2002-03: Saw action in 27 games, starting in 10...Named Honorable Mention All-Ivy and Academic All-Ivy...Finished second on the team and 17th in the Ivy League (10.6 ppg.)...Led the team in scoring on nine different occasions...Placed first on the team and seventh in the Ivy League in three-point FG made (44)...Scored a career-high 26 points at Princeton on 2/28...Averaged 23.3 ppg in the final four games of the season...Had 23 points and 10 rebounds in the victory over Penn on 3/1...Named Ivy League Player of the Week on 3/3...Recorded 19 points, seven rebounds and three assists in a victory over Hartford on 1/2.
2001-02: Smith was a key player off the bench, supplying a physical presence on the perimeter and a deft shooting touch...Appeared in all 27 games, making two starts...Averaged 14.9 minutes per contest....Scored double figures in 10 games ...Set career highs in points (16) and rebounds (9) in win at Princeton on 2/9...Matched the career high 16 points versus Harvard on 3/1...Led team in 3-pointers made (35) and finished fifth in the league in 3-point percentage (.36.8%)...In two games against Bowling Green, Smith averaged 12.5 points and 7.0 rebounds...Over a four game stretch late in the season, she averaged 12.5 points while connecting on nine of 17 3-point attempts...Had 14 games with 2+ 3-pointers made...Drained a career high four 3-pointers at Harvard on 3/1.
2000-01: Had four double-digit scoring games, including a then career-high 15 points and five rebounds against Harvard.
At Messalonskee: Smith was a two-time captain, leading her team to the regional quarterfinals three times...A three-time first team all-conference selection, three-time team MVP, was a 1,000-point scorer and was a USA Today Girls Basketball Honorable Mention...Played soccer and softball where she earned first team all-conference honors as well.
Personal: Bonnie M. Smith, daughter of Bill and Jan Smith, was born on January 6, 1982. She has five younger siblings.