2012-13: Did not see action in 2012-2013 season
2011-12: Saw first action of the season in 87-74 victory over Morgan State (12/14) ... Scored her first points as a Wildcat against UNLV (12/18) and also grabbed a season-high three rebounds in the same game ... Recorded two rebounds in four minutes against Morgan State (12/14) ... Posted two points, three rebounds and one assist in a season-high 10 minutes at Wisconsin (1/22).
2010-11: Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules.
2009-10: (at Kentucky) Missed final 18 games with two stress fractures in her right foot ... Saw action in nine games prior to her injury ... Recorded her first collegiate basket against Mississippi Valley State (1/1) and finished with three points ... Made a pair of free throws and grabbed three rebounds against Miami (Ohio) (12/1) ... Grabbed three rebounds against Florida A&M (12/13) ... Hit a free throw with two rebounds and two blocked shots in a season-high five minutes against McNeese State (11/28).
High School: Averaged 15.4 points, 8.6 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game as a senior ... Named to the Division 3 Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-State Team as a junior and senior ... Elected team captain by her peers during her senior season ... Team's leading scorer and rebounder as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Three-time All-Conference selection ... Three-time All-Northwestern choice ... Averaged 12.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 4.0 blocks as a junior ... Four-year starter for Coach Shauna Brian ... Helped lead the Buffalos to the regional finals as a junior after finishing with a remarkable 21-2 overall record and an undefeated 18-0 mark in the Dunn St. Croix conference ... Played AAU basketball for Team Wisconsin, one of the best in the country ... Her AAU team, Team Wisconsin, won the 2005 Junior Olympics and the 2004 National Championship title ... Also excelled as a middle blocker on her high school's volleyball team ... Led the team in blocks and kills as a senior ... Was named second-team All-Conference as a junior and honorable-mention All-Conference during her sophomore season ... Excellent student who consistently garnered high academic marks ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Active in several clubs, including Student Council, Future Business Leaders of America and the History Club.
Personal: Born Anna Rae Cole in Madison, Wis. ... Parents are Brett and Cathryn Cole ... Father played football at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire ... Majoring in human development and psychological services.
Cole's Career Stats (at Kentucky)