Women's Basketball

    Chloé Kerr
    Chloé  Kerr


    Bolingbrook, Ill.

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    Chloé Kerr returns for her final season at USC as the Trojans' power on the post, boasting a keen eye for the hoop and the size and strength to contend with all comers in the paint.

    2005-06 JUNIOR SEASON
    Kerr started all but three games at center... Ranked third in the Pac-10 in blocks with 1.53 per game... Third on team in rebounding with 5.9 per game... Named MVP of the Waikiki Beach Marriott Classic after scoring 28 points and tallying 21 rebounds and five blocks in two games at the tourney... Scored a career-high 21 points at UCLA on Feb. 28... Recorded a career-high 14 rebounds and five blocks in the NCAA First Round against South Florida on March 19... Had four double-doubles against Hawaii on Nov. 19 (13 pts, 13 rebs), Notre Dame on Nov. 27 (15 pts, 11 rebs), ASU on Feb. 4 (10 pts, 10 rebs) and South Florida (16 points, 14 rebs)... Scored in double figures 13 times... Received Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention... A Marks Scholar.

    Kerr appeared in all 31 games and was in the starting lineup of six in her second Trojan season... Averaged 5.3 points and 4.0 rebounds per game... Her 1.2 blocks per game ranked fifth in the Pac-10, and she led USC with 36 total blocked shots... Was one point away from her first double-double against LMU on Dec. 5 when she pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds... Had back-to-back 14-point outings late in the season, first with a 77.8 shooting performance (7-9) against Stanford in the Pac-10 Tournament on March 3, and then in the NCAA first round against Louisville on March 19 when she shot 70 percent (7-10), tying her career best of 14 points for the third time and adding nine rebounds.. Received Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention... A Marks Scholar.

    Kerr played in all 28 games and made five starts as a freshman... Averaged 3.3 points, 2.1 rebounds, 0.4 assists, 0.3 steals and 0.4 blocks per game... Also shot 36.5 percent (38-104) from the field and 66.7 percent (16-24) at the line... Made her first collegiate start against Washington on Jan. 9... Also started against Washington State (Jan. 11), Arizona (Jan. 15), Oregon (Jan. 31) and UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 26)... Scored doubles digits on three occasions, including a season-best 11 points against San Diego on Dec. 13 and Washington State on Jan. 11... Had a season-high three blocks at Notre Dame on Dec. 22... Tallied a season-high 10 rebounds at Stanford on Feb. 19.

    Kerr is a 2003 graduate of Bolingbrook (Ill.) High... She lettered four years in basketball... Ranked No. 33 nationally according to the All-Star Girls' Report in 2003 and No. 51 in 2002... Averaged 22.0 points, 13.0 rebounds, 4.0 blocks and 4.0 steals as a senior... Finished her career as Bolingbrook's all-time leader in scoring (1,798 career points), rebounds and blocked shots... Helped lead Bolingbrook to two SICA North Conference championships (team went 10-0 in 2003) as a junior and senior... As a junior, averaged 16.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 4.0 blocks and 4.1 assists per game, leading team to a 26-4 record and the 2002 City Sectional Finals... A three-time (2001-03) Street & Smith All-America honorable mention selection and 2003 McDonald's All-American Top 100... Earned 2003 Associated Press Class AA all-state second team honors... Named to the Chicago Tribune all-state honorable mention team and Chicago Sun Times' all-state and all-area teams as a junior and senior... Honored as 2003 Joliet Herald News MVP and a two-time all-area selection... A three-time Bolingbrook Sun Player of the Year and three-time Daily Southtown all-area pick... A 2001 Adidas Top 10 Underclass All-Star, also selected to compete at the 2003 L'adidas Roundball Classic, 2002 Nike All-America Camp and 2002 USA Youth Development Festival... 2003 Bolingbrook Female Athlete of the Year and Gatorade Player of the Year nominee... Played select team basketball with Chicago Hoops Express (along with current teammate Allison Jaskowiak) and named North Team MVP at the 2003 Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game... An Honor Roll student... Named to the SICA conference all-academic team in 2003... Four-time winner of the Academic Excellence Award and awarded the Class of 2003 BHS Principal's Award... A member of the Student Council, Black History Committee Officer, Student Body Treasurer and a Peer Leader.

    Chloé Darielle Kerr was born on March 25, 1985, in Naperville, Ill. ... The daughter of Lloyd and Maggie Kerr, she has two brothers, Lloyd Jr. (33) and Schin (25)... Her father, Lloyd, and uncle, Floyd Kerr, both played basketball at Colorado State (1967-69)... Her uncle is currently the athletic director at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Md. ... Her brother, Lloyd Jr., played football at Tennessee... Her brother, Schin, played basketball at Loyola-Chicago and went on to play professionally in Italy and China following graduation... Lists her brother, Schin, and her father as her biggest sports heroes... Would love to one day meet Maya Angelou... A political science major who would like to pursue a law degree and a career in corporate law... Would also like the opportunity to continue her basketball career in the WNBA.

    KERR'S Career Statistics
    2003-04	28-5	38-104	.365	0-0	.000	16-24	.667	92	3.3	19	40	59	2.1	41-1	10	26	12	9	295
    2004-05	31-6	69-174	.397	0-0	.000	27-51	.529	165	5.3	42	82	124	4.0	79-3	12	43	36	15	496
    2005-06	30-27	116-264	.439	0-1	.000	50-90	.556	282	9.4	61	116	177	5.9	85-1	20	77	46	26	719
    Totals	89-38	223-542	.411	0-1	.000	93-165	.564	534	6.1	122	238	360	4.0	205-5	42	146	94	50	1510