In four years, Chamique led her Christ the King H.S. team to four state championships and one national title, with an overall record of 106-4...Christ the King H.S. leading scorer and rebounder...Scored 2,223 career points and averaged 25 points, 15 rebounds, five blocks, three assists and four steals per game as a senior...Class A MVP for three consecutive years (1993-1995)...Also led her team to a No. 1 USA Today national ranking...A USA Today All-American for three years...Named Rawlings/WBCA Player of the Year in 1995...Recipient of the 1995 Naismith Award from Atlanta's Tip-Off Club...Also named New York City's Player of the Year for three consecutive years, the first player (male or female) to do so...Both the Daily News and Newsday also named her MVP...Chosen 1995 Player of the Year by Columbus, Ohio's Touchdown Club...A Street & Smith's All-American, Chamique had career averages of 22.5 points, 16.7 rebounds, 3.2 blocked shots and 2.4 steals per game...Single-game career highs include 35 points against Notre Dame, 25 rebounds against St. John's H.S. and nine blocks against Shenendehowah H.S...A three-time state MVP in 1993, 1994 and 1995...Captained her high school team for two years...Greatest moment of her high school athletic career was scoring the winning basket against St. John Vianney, allowing Christ the King to take home the one-point victory...Wrote a bi-weekly diary for the New York Daily News her senior year and did the same for USA Today during her junior season.