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2011-12 NORTHRIDGE

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

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Season Outlook

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The Matadome

THE MATADORS 8

Head Coach Jason Flowers

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Assistant Coaches

12 Violet Alama 14 Bridgette Conejo 16 Jasmine Erving 18 Felicia Walker 20 Haley White 22 Matador Newcomers

OPPONENTS 26 Big West Conference 28 Opponents

TEAM HISTORY 30 2010-11 Statistics 2010-11 Highs & Lows 31 2010-11 Game-By-Game 2010-11 Points-Rebounds-Assists 2010-11 Matador Records 2010-11 Attendance 32 2010-11 Box Scores 37 Year-by-Year Results 42 Series Scores by Opponent 44 Coaching Records 45 Matador Honors 46 Season Leaders 48 Career Leaders 50 Matador Records Division-I Individual Game Highs 51 Matador Letterwinners

NORTHRIDGE 54 Matador Administration 55 Athletic Staff Directory 56 Media Information 57 Athletic Training Center 58 This is Cal State Northridge 60 The Northridge Community 61 Hall of Fame 62 A History of Success 63 Academic Success 64 Radio/Television Roster

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2011-12 SEASON OUTLOOK

FOR CSUN, THE TIMES ARE

A-CHANGIN CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE USHERS IN A NEW ERA OF WOMEN’S BASKETBALL, SPEARHEADED BY ITS NEW HEAD COACH AND AN EXPERIENCED GROUP OF MATADORS. CHANGE IS AFOOT AT CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE for

without the swagger and confidence that the

Preseason Team since Ofa Tulikihihifo in 2006, Erving

the women’s basketball program. There is a new

changes have instilled.

enters the year off a highly successful junior season

team room augmented by a hardwood floor reminis-

Coming off a 4-26 season and a 4-12 Big West

where she averaged a career-high 14.9 points and

cent of the Boston Garden’s famed parquet. The

campaign last year, the Matadors have much higher

changes spill onto the roster, where a mixture of six

expectations this season. The squad has welcomed

fresh-faced rookies and two transfers who bring in

in a class of eight newcomers, two of which are

the free throw line, pulled down a career-high 205

NCAA credentials join the club.

Division-I transfers, to go along with five returning stu-

rebounds and added 16 assists, 36 blocked shots

dent-athletes from a year ago.

and 17 steals during her junior season. In confer-

And most importantly, there is a change in the culture and attitude of the program under second

One of those returning players, senior center

year head coach Jason Flowers. As Northridge pos-

Jasmine Erving (Santa Ana, Calif.), figures to be a

tulates what the 2011-12 season holds in store, the

key fixture in the fate of the Matadors' season. The

Matadors know that they won’t be entering any fight

first Northridge player to be named to the league's

6.9 rebounds. Erving also finished at 72 percent (85-of-118) from

ence play, Erving averaged 17 points and 7.6 rebounds per game. Finally, Erving became the ninth player in school history to amass 1,000 career points, hitting the mile-

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NO LOOKING A-CHANGIN BACK FOR CSUN, THE TIMES ARE

stone at home against the Cal State Fullerton Titans. For her career, Erving has scored 1,074 points, good for eighth in school history and an average of 12.5 points per game. The team’s other senior is guard Bridgette Conejo (San Pedro, Calif.). A tough combo guard, Conejo appeared in 23 games and made 15 starts during her junior season. She averaged 5.7 points and 4.9 rebounds before a knee injury cut her season short. Among the other returning players, Violet Alama (Honolulu, Hawai’i) had a breakout sophomore campaign that saw her average 10.9 points and 5.8 rebounds. She also led the team at the charity stripe, shooting 79 percent (98-of-124) in 30 games. Sophomore Haley White (Ontario, Calif.) put together a successful rookie campaign that saw her finish with 105 assists, the second-most dimes in the Big West. With reinforcements at the point guard position, White will have more of an ability to affect games from numerous positions. The team’s final returnee, junior Felicia Walker (Oakland, Calif.), brings a defensive presence with her ability to alter shots and rebound. Among the newcomers, Flowers and his staff hold all the incoming freshmen in high regards. On the interior, the team adds three prospects to give the team ample depth. At Mater Dei High School, Jessica Duarte (Fullerton, Calif.) was a part of a national championship team and brings in good size and toughness to the interior. Camille Mahlknecht (Agoura, Calif.) is a rangy 6-3 post with the versatility to play with her back to the basket or by facing up on the perimeter. Finally, Kourtney Ainsworth (Duarte, Calif.) earned All-CIF honors for her play in high school and has already turned heads with her hustle in individual workouts. The team added three perimeter-oriented rookies to the squad to give the backcourt a new look. Ashlee Guay (San Diego, Calif.), a point guard from San Diego, has already made waves with her tenacity in individual workouts and possesses great speed. Randi Friess (Savannah, Ga.) is a long 6-0 guard who has tremendous versatility and athleticism that is just beginning to take shape. Finally, Janae Sharpe (Rialto, Calif.) is an All-CIF standout from Rialto High School who has already impressed with her defense. The two transfers arrive at Northridge after experiencing tremendous success at their previous schools. Kaitlyn Petersen (Mission Viejo, Calif.) spent a year with Gonzaga, helping the Bulldogs advance to the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16. Jianni Jackson (Riverside, Calif.) is a 6-2 forward who played for Hampton University, helping the Pirates advance to the NCAA Tournament, and also spent a year at Mt. San Antonio College as the Mounties won a conference title. Marcel Proust once conjectured that, “time, which changes people, does not alter the image we have retained of them.” It’s a fitting analogy for the Matadors. After years of underwhelming performances, the Matadors bring in a squad hungry and determined to change people’s perception of the program. That will have to do with the product they put out on the court, not in the hyperbole of preseason prognostications. And that kind of change is certainly a good thing.

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ABOUT THE GUIDE EDITOR

Geoff Herberg

ART DIREC TOR

Braden Villanueva

PHOTOGRAPHY

Jeff Golden Monique Muniz Braden Villanueva

The 2011-12 Cal State Northridge Women’s Basketball Media Guide contains basic information on the Cal State Northridge women’s basketball program. Designed in-house on a MacBook Pro using QuarkXPress 8.5, Adobe Photoshop CS5. The 2011-12 Cal State Northridge Women’s Basketball Media Guide may be purchased for $10 per copy. Please include an additional $2 to cover postage and handling. Make checks payable to Cal State Northridge Athletics. Write to: Cal State Northridge Athletic Media Relations 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge, CA 91330-8276

TICKETS General Admission Adult Youth (17 and under) Senior Citizen (60 and older)

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Cal State Northridge students presenting their current activity card are admitted free (general seating). Children two years old and younger are also admitted free. For group sales or further information, contact the Cal State Northridge Ticket Office at (818) 677-2488. THE MATADOME is the site of all 13 women’s basketball regular-season home games, as well as an exhibition contests and two neutral site tournament games as part of the Holiday Inn Woodland Hills Thanksgiving Baskebtall Tournament, in 2011-12. The 50-year-old facility has undergone major reconstruction in recent years, receiving a new floor in 1996, a state-of-the-art scoreboard above center court in 1997, chair-backed bleachers in 1998 and a redesigned court in 2001. The refurbished 1,600-seat gym is located at the corner of Zelzah Avenue and Plummer Street on the Cal State Northridge campus. The Matadome also serves as the home for Cal State Northridge men’s and women’s volleyball and men’s basketball events. The overall attendance record for a sporting event in the facility is 3,106, achieved in standing-room-only fashion Nov. 2, 1990, when the United States defeated Japan in an international exhibition men’s volleyball match. The attendance record for a Matador women’s basketball game was set in 1998-99 when 1,019 fans witnessed Northridge defeat Portland State on March 6 to win the Big Sky Conference Tournament Championship. The Matadome is complete with men’s and women’s locker rooms as well as a training room and equipment storage space. It is adjacent to the Matadors’ 25-yard competition swimming and diving pool, a fitness center and six racquetball courts. The facility also houses classrooms and offices for the university’s Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education. The gym has direct high pressure sodium lighting. It is recommended that photographers use 3200 ASA film for action photography as there is NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY ALLOWED. A telephone is available for working media at press row during all games. The Matadome press row telephone number is (818) 677-4702. ■

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JASONFLOWERS >> HEAD COACH // SECOND SEASON // UCLA, 2001

JASON FLOWERS BEGINS HIS SECOND SEASON WITH THE MATADORS IN 201112. The 12th head coach in school history, Flowers has the Matadors primed for success in the upcoming season. In his first season at CSUN, Flowers began taking the steps towards building the Matadors into a threat in the Big West Conference. Northridge doubled its win totals against league opponents from the previous season, including a victory over conference co-Champion Cal Poly. The Matadors also picked up league victories at Pacific and UC Irvine and against Cal State Fullerton. In that win over the Titans, Jasmine Erving became the ninth player in school history to reach 1,000 points and eventually earned All-Big West Second Team honors for the second-straight season. The team’s only freshman and Flowers’ first recruit at the school, Haley White, was one of only two players in the conference to finish with over 100 assists. Off the court, his team had four players earn Academic All-Big West honors and the team saw four its members earn degrees following the end of the season. Before arriving at CSUN, Flowers helped mold UC Riverside into an exceptional basketball program as an assistant coach the past two seasons. This past season (2009-10), the Highlanders earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament berth following their championship performance at the Big West Tournament. A year earlier, UC Riverside enjoyed a magical season in Flower's coaching debut as an assistant. The Highlanders chalked up 19 wins, a 14-2 league mark (the 14 wins are the most Big West wins in school history), produced the school's firstever victory over a nationally-ranked Top-25 team, recorded a school record 13straight wins and earned a berth in the WNIT. Prior to his stint with the Highlanders, Flowers began his college coaching career at Long Beach State where he was an assistant coach for four seasons (2004-05 - 2007-08). While at Long Beach State, Flowers helped coach the 49ers to the 2005-06 Big West Conference championship, and developed eleven players into all-conference performers including the 2006 Big West Conference Player of the Year. His duties included player skill development, recruiting, and supervising team and individual camps. Flower's head coaching experience began at Valley High School in Santa Ana where served as the head coach of the girls basketball program (2003-04). In addition to his coaching experience, Flowers played division I basketball, splitting his time between UC Irvine and UCLA> As a player, Flowers was a Big West Scholar-Athlete in 1999 at UC Irvine, the 2000 recipient of the Coaches vs Cancer Scholar-Athlete Award, and in 2001, the UCLA Alumni Association Academic Award winner while a member of the Bruins basketball team. Following his graduation with a Sociology degree at UCLA in 2001, Flowers served as the team's academic coordinator from 2001-03 as well as a volunteer assistant coach with the Bruins. Flowers played in 47 games (21 as a starter) in two seasons at UC Irvine (1997-98. 1998-99). His best games included a 25-point effort against Long Beach State and eight rebounds against New Mexico State in 1997-98. The following year (1998-99), Flowers tallied a career-high six assists against Cal State Fullerton and a career-high five steals against North Texas. Also in 1998-99, Flowers shot .472 from three-point territory. Flowers' roots in Southern California are strong. Flowers graduated from Bellflower High School (Bellflower, Ca) where he averaged 12.4 points and 6.5 assists in helping his team to a 21-5 record during his senior campaign. His efforts landed him a spot on the All-Suburban League first team. Flowers also played baseball where he also gained all-league honors. Flower's coaching strength runs through the family. Flowers is married to Tairia Flowers, the Cal State Northridge softball head coach. Tairia was a member of the United States National Team (2001-08), won a gold medal as a member of the 2004 U.S. Olympic softball team in Athens (Greece) and a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Games. The couple has one daughter - Jasmine, and one son, Jayce, who was born on April 26, 2010.

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FLOWER’S CAREER RECORD >> YEAR 20010-11 TOTALS

W-L 4-24 4-24

PCT CONF. REC. CONF. FINISH .143 4-12 Ninth (Big West) .143 4-12

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LINDSEY

FOSTER >> ASSISTANT COACH >> SECOND SEASON Lindsey Foster joined the Cal State Northridge women's basketball program as an assistant coach prior to the start of the 2010-11 season. Before arriving at Cal State Northridge, Lindsey Foster was an assistant coach at UC Riverside since 2004. During the 2003-04 campaign, Foster served as an undergraduate assistant coach at her alma mater, Northern Arizona University. As an assistant coach at UC Riverside, Foster helped elevate the Highlanders to one of the top collegiate women's basketball programs in the Western United States. In six seasons as an assistant coach, UC Riverside enjoyed five winning seasons including a school record 21 wins in 2006-07, three trips to the NCAA Tournament, one journey to the women's NIT, and three championships at the Big West Tournament. In the last two seasons alone (2008-09, 2009-10), UC Riverside produced 36 wins, 25 victories in Big West competition, two post-season berths, and six all-conference players including the 2009 Big West Conference Player of the Year. Foster graduated from Northern Arizona University (NAU) in 2004 with a degree in Health Promotion, an emphasis in Secondary Education and a minor in Biology. As a player at Northern Arizona, Foster is NAU's all-time leader in career assists, steals, and free throw percentage (.818). Foster's name appears in NAU's Top-10 in 14 other categories. A four-year starter and letter winner, Foster gained Big Sky Conference Honorable Mention honors twice. She was also a four-time Golden Eagle Scholar from 2000-03.

CHRISTINE

COLLINS-KIERNAN >> ASSISTANT COACH >> SECOND SEASON Christine Collins-Kiernan joined the Cal State Northridge women's basketball program as an assistant coach prior to the start of the 2010-11 season. Prior to arriving at CSUN, Collins-Kiernan established herself as a winning coach. Collins-Kiernan arrives at CSUN after serving as an Assistant Coach at Mater Dei High School in Southern California. In three seasons (2007-08, 2008-09, 200910), Mater Dei chalked up an impressive 88-6 record. This past season (2009-10), the Monarchs won the Trinity League championship for the third straight year, their second-straight CIF Southern Section title, the Southern California Regional crown and the California state championship. Mater Dei finished 32-1 and was recognized as the No. 1 team in the nation by USA Today and Cal Hi Sports. From 1996-2007, Collins-Kiernan served as an Associate

Head Coach at Troy High School in Fullerton, Ca. During her tenure at Troy, Collins-Kiernan helped build the Warriors into a state power. During her tenure, Troy recorded a 317-33 record including eleven Freeway League titles, eight trips to the CIF finals, five CIF championships, and California state titles in 2003, 2005 and 2006. As a coach for more than 13 years, Collins-Kiernan has succeeded in many facets of coaching including game preparation, scouting, strength and conditioning, game management, fund raising, marketing, and booster club development. Collins-Kiernan graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 2006 with a degree in Communicative Disorders. She is married to Kevin Kiernan, the girl's basketball head coach at Mater Dei High School in Orange County, Calif. The couple has four children: Brenden, Camryn, Devyn and Kaidyn.

MARIO

TRUTANIC >> ASSISTANT COACH >> FIRST SEASON Mario Trutanic joined the Cal State Northridge women's basketball program as an assistant coach prior to the 2011-12 season. A coaching veteran at several different levels of women's basketball, Trutanic most recently worked as the head coach at Oaks Christian High School. Last season, OCHS set a school record with 25 wins and were a Division IV-A CIF Finalist and quarterfinalist in the state tournament. Trutanic also spent the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Santa Monica College, helping the team qualify for the state playoffs in his first season with the squad. During the 2008-09 season, Trutanic served as the top assistant at Division-II San Francisco State. That year, the club ranked among the top 10 in the nation in field goal percentage defense. Flowers and Trutanic also spent a season together on the women's basketball staff at Long Beach State. The familiarity between the two has Flowers anticipating a smooth transition. Trutanic began his coaching career as an assistant coach for two years (1999-2001) at Marymount High School in Los Angeles. Marymount went 29-17 in those two years, including a 17-5 mark in 2000-01, a league championship and an appearance in the CIF playoffs. He has also had coaching stints at Crossroads High School, Saint Bernard's High School and has served as the head coach for the Girls 17 & Under Southern California Swoosh Team. A 2003 graduate of Antioch University with a degree in Liberal Studies, Trutanic earned his Master's Degree in Sports Management in 2007 from the University of San Francisco, Orange campus. He is also currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Teaching and Education Studies at USC. Trutanic is married to the former Julie Wendell. The couple resides in Los Angeles County.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

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PRONUNCIATION

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Kourtney Ainsworth

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Violet Alama

A-la-ma

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Bridgette Conejo

co-NAY-ho

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Jessica Duarte

Do-ar-TE

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Jasmine Erving

JAZZ-min

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Randi Friess

Freeze

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Ashlee Guay

Gway

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Jianni Jackson

gee-AH-knee

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Camille Mahlknecht Mahl-ki-NECT

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Kaitlyn Petersen

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Janae Sharpe

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Felicia Walker

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Haley White

Juh-NAY

NUMERICAL ROSTER >>

HC Jason Flowers NO NAME

AC

Lindsey Foster

AC

Chrisitne Collins-Kiernan KEYR-nan

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS >> [SENIORS_2] Bridgette Conejo, Jasmine Erving [JUNIORS_3] Violet Alama, Jianni Jackson, Felicia Walker [SOPHOMORES_2] Kaitlyn Petersen, Haley White [FRESHMEN_6] Kourtney Ainsworth, Jessica Duarte, Randi Friess, Ashlee Guay, Camille Mahlknecht, Janae Sharpe

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY POSITION >> [GUARDS_6] Bridgette Conejo, Randi Friess, Ashlee Guay, Kaitlyn Petersen, Janae Sharpe, Haley White

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HT

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HOMETOWN (HS/PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

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Haley White

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5-9

SO

1V

Ontario, CA (Colony HS)

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5-8

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San Pedro, CA (Bishop Montgomery HS)]

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Agoura, CA (Agoura HS)

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HS

San Diego, CA (Our Lady of Peace HS)

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5-7

FR

HS

Rialto, CA (Rialto HS)

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5-11

FR

HS

Duarte, CA (Rancho Cucamonga HS)

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5-9

SO

TR

Mission Viejo, CA (Gonzaga)

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6-2

JR

TR

Riverside, CA (Mt. San Antonio College)

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6-0

FR

HS

Savannah, GA (Savannah Christian HS)

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F

6-1

JR

2V

Honolulu, HI (Kalani HS)

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C

6-3

JR

2V

Oakland, CA (McClymonds HS)

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C

6-2

SR

3V

Santa Ana, CA (Huntington Beach HS)

35 Jessica Duarte

F

5-11

FR

HS

Fullerton, CA (Mater Dei HS)

[FORWARDS_4] Kourtney Ainsworth, Violet Alama, Jessica Duarte, Jianni Jackson [CENTERS_3] Jasmine Erving, Camille Mahlknecht, Felicia Walker

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Head Coach: Jason Flowers, Second Season (UCLA, 2001) Assistant Coach: Lindsey Foster, Second Season (Northern Arizona, 2004) Assistant Coach: Mario Trutanic, First Season (Antioch College, 2006) Assistant Coach: Christine Collins-Kiernan, Second Season (Cal State Fullerton, 2006)

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#4 CAMILLE MAHLKNECHT

#2 HALEY WHITE

#3 BRIDGETTE CONEJO

#5 ASHLEE GUAY

#10 JANAE SHARPE

#12 KOURTNEY AINSWORTH

#13 KAITLYN PETERSEN

#23 VIOLET ALAMA

#21 JIANNI JACKSON

#32 FELICIA WALKER

#35 JESSICA DUARTE

#34 JASMINE ERVING

>> C // 6-2 // FR

>> G // 5-7 // FR

>> F // 6-2 // JR

#22 RANDI FRIESS >> G // 6-0 // FR

>> G // 5-9 // SO

>> F // 5-11 // FR

>> C // 6-3 // JR

>> G // 5-8 // SR

>> G // 5-7 // SO

>> F // 5-11 // FR

>> G // 5-7 // FR

>> F // 6-1 // JR

>> C // 6-2 // SR

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VIOLETALAMA 2010-11 Violet Alama appeared in all 30 games during her sophomore season, making 22 starts ... finished second on the team in scoring on a career-high 10.9 points-pergame ... also was team's second-leading rebounder with 174 boards, an average of 5.8 per game and a new career high ... rebounding average placed her 10th among all league players for the season ... ranked sixth in free throw percentage (.790; 98-of-124) among all league players for the season ... named to AllTournament Team at The Jack in the Box Rainbow Wahine Classic for her performances in CSUN's three games ... scored a career-high 32 points and 12 field goals against Eastern Michigan on Nov. 21 ... also posted season-high 11 rebounds against the Eagles, the first of three times she would match the total ... scored 16 points and had eight rebounds against Hawai'i on Nov. 19 ... had eight points and nine rebounds CAREER HIGHS > against Oregon State on Nov. 20 ... also set several Points 32 new career highs throughout the course of the season vs. Eastern Michigan (11-21-10) ... had a career-high three 3-pointers at Long Beach Field Goals 12 State on Feb. 9 ... knocked down a career-high eight vs. Eastern Michigan (11-21-10) free throws on three different occasions ... dished out Free Throws 8, Three Times a career-high eight assists against Cal State Fullerton last at LBSU (2-9-11) on Feb. 12 ... blocked a career-high four shots at Cal Rebounds 17 Poly on Jan. 22 ... had a career-high four steals in two at Pacific (3-6-10) different games ... played a career-high 38 minutes Assists 8 against Eastern Michigan on Nov. 21 ... finished the vs. Fullerton (2-12-11) year with four double-doubles ... second double-douBlocks 4, twice ble came on 20-point, 11-rebound performance last at Cal Poly (1-22-11) against Long Beach State on Jan. 5 ... nearly posted a triple-double by recording 17 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists against Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 12 ... fourth double-double came in win over Cal Poly on Feb. 17 courtesy of 14 points and 11 rebounds ... opened season with 20 points against Pepperdine on Nov. 17 ... finished season with career-high 61 assists and 32 steals ... also had 20 blocked shots.

2009-10 Alama appeared in 28 games for CSUN, making six starts in her freshman season ... averaged 4.1 points and 5.3 rebounds for the season ... averages jumped to 5.6 points and 5.8 rebounds in Big West Conference play ... finished second on the team with 26 blocked shots ... posted a season-high 17 rebounds and seven field goals in season finale at Pacific on Mar. 6 ... tied a season high with 15 points in game against Tigers, posting her first career double-double ... also scored 15 points vs. Long Beach State on Feb. 6 ... pulled down 10 rebounds vs. Seattle on Feb. 10 ... blocked season-high four shots against Cal Poly on Jan. 23 ... recorded season-high three steals vs. UC Riverside on Feb. 4 ... dished out season-high three assists vs Pacific on Jan. 2.

KALANI HIGH SCHOOL Alama was a four-year starter for the Falcons on the hardwood ... earned All-Oahu Interscholastic Association Honors following 2007, 2008 and 2009 seasons ... member of 2007 league championship team ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL: Born on Dec. 9, 1991 ... daughter of Barbara and Yale Alama ... has a sisters, Rose ... lists the late Heath Ledger, actress Jessica Biel, Jack Johnson and acai bowls as some of her favorites ... chose her number because it is shared by Sebastian Telfair of the Los Angeles Clippers ... heads to the beach to surf when she has time to relax ... can't imagine going a week with orange juice ... undecided on a major.

FORWARD // 6-1 // JUNIOR // HONOLULU, HAWAI’I // KALANI HS.

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 TOTALS

GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA 28-6 528-18.9 39-118 30-22 842-28.1 109-257 58-28 1,370-23.6 148-375

PCT .331 .424 .395

3FG-3FGA 0-2 11-22 11-24

PCT FT-FTA .000 36-61 .500 98-124 .458 134-185

PCT O-D-REB-AVG .590 52-96-148-5.3 .790 68-106-174-5.8 .724 120-202-322-5.6

PF-DQ 81-2 100-7 181-9

AST 20 61 81

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STL 18 32 50

PTS-AVG 114-4.1 327-10.9 441-7.6

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BRIDGETTECONEJO 2010-11` Bridgette Conejo appeared in 23 games, making 15 starts, during her junior season before injuries cut the campaign short ... averaged 5.7 points and 4.9 rebounds on the season ... averages jumped to 7.8 points and 5.1 rebounds during league season ... scored a season-high 13 points on two different occasions ... had a season-high five field goals in three different games ... pulled down a season-high 10 rebounds at Cal State Fullerton on Jan. 15 ... also scored 13 points against the Titans on Jan. 15 to post her second career double-double ... tied a career high with a season-high five assists at UC Riverside on Jan. 13 ... scored 12 points in the Matadors' victory over Pacific on Dec. 31 ... concluded junior season with 54 career 3-pointers ... tied a season high with three steals in three different games ... posted 41 assists, four blocks and 18 steals on the year. CAREER HIGHS > Points 26 2009-10 vs. Prairie View A&M (11-15Conejo appeared in 27 games, starting 15 con09) tests, in second season at Northridge ... averaged Field Goals 8 career-high 10.0 points and 4.6 rebounds for the vs. Prairie View A&M (11-15season ... connected on career-high 32 3-pointers 09) ... tied a school record with seven treys against Rebounds 11 Prairie View A&M on Nov. 16 ... finished with vs. Seattle (2-10-10) career highs in points (26), field goals (8) and Steals 6 blocked shots (2) in same game against Lady at San Diego (11-24-09) Panthers ... knocked down career-high 10 free Assists 5, twice throws at Eastern Washington on Dec. 4 ... last at UC Riverside (1-13-11) grabbed career-high 11 rebounds against Seattle Minutes 40 on Feb. 10 ... also had 14 points against Seattle, vs. Cal State Fullerton (1-16-10) finishing with her first career double-double ... recorded career-high six steals at San Diego on Nov. 24 ... dished out career-high five assists against Long Beach State on Feb. 10 ... averaged 8.4 points and 3.6 rebounds during Big West season ... finished year with 48 assists, 13 blocked shots and 31 steals.

2008-09 Conejo appeared in 30 games in her rookie season at CSUN, making three starts ... averaged 4,2 points and 3.2 rebounds on the season ... finished with 23 steals and 19 assists on the year ... scored a season-high 14 points and six field goals against San Diego on Nov. 19 ... also recorded season-high five steals against Toreros ... grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds against Cal State Bakersfield on Nov. 22 ... scored 11 points off the bench in CSUN's victory at Cal State Fullerton on Jan. 21 ... had 13 points off the bench at Pacific on Jan. 2 ... knocked down season-high five free throws against Eastern Washington on Dec. 22.

BISHOP MONTGOMERY HIGH SCHOOL Conejo was a four-year starter and letterwinner for the Knights and head coach Bryn Britton ... earned All-Del Rey League First Team honors in three of high school seasons ... member of 2007-08 Del Rey League champions ... averaged 15 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals per game during senior season ... graduated in 2008 with a 3.6 GPA.

PERSONAL Born on June 12, 1989 ... daughter of Sylvia Loreto and Alberto Conejo ... has one sister, Julie, and one brother, Marcello ... favorites include Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, the TV show “Family Guy” and sandwiches as some of her favorites ... picked her uniform number in honor of Allen Iverson ... would like to switch places with Oprah for one day ... cannot imagine going a week without candy ... undecided on a major.

GUARD // 5-8 // SENIOR // SAN PEDRO, CALIF. // BISHOP MONTGOMERY HS.

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GP-GS 30-3 27-15 23-15 80-33

MIN-AVG 470-15.7 751/27.8 561-24.4 1,782-22.3

FG-FGA 44-124 96-231 51-147 191-502

PCT .355 .416 .347 .380

3FG-3FGA 9-34 32-89 13-55 51-178

PCT .265 .360 .236 .287

FT-FTA 30-50 45-76 16-23 91-149

PCT .600 .592 .696 .611

O-D-REB-AVG 45-50-95-3.2 31-92-123-4.6 48-64-112-4.9 124-206-330-4.1

PF-DQ 59-0 58-2 33-1 150-3

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STL 23 31 18 72

PTS-AVG 127-4.2 269-10.0 131/5.7 527-6.6

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2010-11 Jasmine Erving appeared in all 30 games during her junior season, making 24 starts ... earned All-Big West Second Team honors for the second-straight season after averaging 14.5 points and 6.9 rebounds, both of which set new career highs, for the season ... scoring average ranked second and rebounding checked in at fourth among all league players ... led the conference with a scoring average of 17.0 ppg during the 16-game league schedule ... rebounding average of 7.6 rpg finished third during league campaign ... also finished 10th in the Big West in field-goal percentage (.430), making 177-of-412 shots ... the 177 field goals were the third-most by CAREER HIGHS > a Big West player for the season Points 35 and ranked ninth in school history vs. Fullerton (2-12-11) ... her 434 career field goals now Field Goals 15 rank sixth in school history ... finvs. Fullerton (2-12-11) ished 10th in the conference in Rebounds 16 free-throw percentage (.720), makvs. Long Beach State (1-5-11) ing 85-of-118 attempts ... finished Blocks 4, Three Times fifth among all league players last at UC Irvine (1-24-09) with 36 blocked shots, the fourthFree Throws 9 most in school history, an average at Fullerton (2-13-10) of 1.2 per game ... ranks third in Minutes 37 school history with 103 career at Fullerton (1-15-11) blocks ... became the ninth player in school history to reach 1,000 career points, hitting the mark during a career-high 35-point, 15-field-goal effort against Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 12 ... the performance represented the most points scored by a Big West player in a single game for the season ... ended season with 1,074 points, good for eighth in school history, and an average of 12.5 ppg ... for the season, Erving scored 447 points, the seventh-most in school history ... also produced league's second-best individual performance, scoring 34 points against Cal State Fullerton on Jan. 14 ... pulled down a career-high 208 rebounds on the season to move into eighth in school history with 518 career rebounds ... had a career-high 16 rebounds against Long Beach State on Jan. 5 ... finished the season with seven double-doubles to give her 13 for her career ... had consecutive double-doubles in Matadors' games at The Woodland Hills Holiday Inn Thanksgiving Basketball Classic 2010, earning all-tournament team honors ... had a streak of three-straight double-doubles during league season: Jan. 5 vs. LBSU, Jan. 13 vs. UCR and Jan. 14 vs. CSUF ... tied a career high with three steals against LMU on Nov. 30 ... set a new career high with 37 minutes played against Fullerton on Jan. 15 ... knocked down a career-high 10 free throws at UC Irvine on Feb. 5 ... had season-high three blocks on two occasions ... finished year with career-high eight 3-pointers.

2009-10 Erving appeared in 27 games for CSUN, starting 23 con-

tests in second season with Matadors ... named to All-Big West Conference Second Team ... led CSUN in scoring, averaging 13.6 points for the season ... averaged careerhigh 5.5 rebounds per game ... ranked fifth in the Big West in scoring average ... led CSUN with 34 blocked shots, giving her 67 through her first two seasons, the eighth-most in school history ... ranked second in the Big West Conference at 1.2 blocks per game ... averages jumped to 14.1 points and 5.6 rebounds in Big West play ... named Big West Player of the Week on Feb. 22 after she scored career-high 31 points and 11 field goals at Cal Poly on Feb. 20 ... during same week,finished with a game-high 21 points at Arizona and scored 27 points and recorded fifth career double-double with 10 rebounds at Cal Sate Fullerton ... pulled down career-high 13 rebounds vs. South Dakota on Dec. 29 ... knocked down career-high nine free throws at Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 13 ... finished year with 14 assists and 21 steals.

2008-09 Erving played in 29 games during her freshman season, making 22 starts ... earned All-Big West Freshman Team honors after averaging 8.9 points and 5.6 rebounds during the season ... finished year with three double-doubles, the second-most on the team ... finished 11th among all Big West players in rebounds-per-game ... led the team with a .454 field goal percentage and 33 blocked shots ... finished third in the Big West with average of 1.1 blocks-per-game and 33 rejections tied for the seventh-most in school history for a single season ... scored a season-high 26 points and 12 field goals against Southern Miss in Las Vegas, Nev., on Dec. 20 ... recorded first career double-double with 21 points and season-high 13 rebounds at UCLA on Nov. 30 ... posted 25-point, 11-rebound game against Long Beach State on Jan. 17 ... finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Cal Poly on Jan. 31 ... recorded four blocked shots on three occasions: vs. UCLA on Nov. 30, at Pacific on Jan. 2 and at UC Irvine on Jan. 24 ... scored in double-figures 10 times during the season.

HUNTINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Erving was a four year starter and letter winner for the Huntington Beach Oilers ... named All-Sea View League following junior year ... earned team MVP all four years ... averaged 15 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks per game during high school career ... graduated in 2008 with a 3.0 GPA.

PERSONAL Born on November 3, 1990 ... daughter of Kelli and Charles Erving ... includes the movie "Friday," Mexican food and the TV show "Making the Band" ... says being part of a team is the best thing about being an athlete, while staying in shape and dealing with the pressure to get better are the toughest parts ... names her mom as her greatest hero ... undecided on a major.

CENTER // 6-2 // SENIOR // HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF. // HUNTINGTON HS.

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTALS

GP-GS MIN-AVG 29-22 558-19.2 27-23 642-23.8 30-24 816-27.2 86-69 2,016/23.4

FG-FGA 109-240 148-329 177-412 434-981

PCT .454 .450 .430 .442

3FG-3FGA 0-1 5-8 8-23 13-32

PCT .000 .625 .348 .406

FT-FTA 41-63 67-91 85-118 193-272

PCT .651 .736 .720 .710

O-D-REB-AVG 48-114-162-5.6 48-100-148-5.5 67-141-208-6.9 163-355-518-6.0

PF-DQ 72-3 72-1 91-2 235-6

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STL 10 21 17 48

PTS-AVG 259-8.9 368-13.6 447-14.9 1,074/12.5

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FELICIAWALKER 2010-11 Felicia Walker appeared in 21 games during her sophomore season with CSUN ... averaged 0.5 points and 1.4 rebounds on the year ... scored a season-high three points at UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 26 ... had a season-high five rebounds at New Mexico State on Dec. 5 ... also posted career-high three blocked shots and two steals against the Aggies ... played a CAREER HIGHS > career-high 16 minutes Points 5 against UCSB on Feb. 26. vs. UC Davis (1-4-10) Field Goals 2, Three Times 2009-10 last at Pacific (3-6-10) Walker appeared in 17 Free Throws 3 games for Northridge in vs. UC Davis (1-4-10) her first season ... averRebounds 7 aged 1.6 points and 1.1 vs. Pacific (1-2-10) rebounds during season Assists 1, Twice ... also finished with two last vs. UC Davis (1-4-10) assists, seven blocks and Blocks 2 a steal in rookie season ... vs. Pacific (1-2-10) scored season-high five points against UC Davis on Jan. 4 ... had season-high seven rebounds vs. Pacific on Jan. 2 ... also had season-high two blocked shots against Tigers on Jan. 2 ... knocked down season-high three free throws against UC Davis on Jan. 4 ... averaged 2.2 points and 1.4 rebounds in nine Big West games.

MCCLYMONDS HIGH SCHOOL Walker was a four-year starter and captain for the Warriors ... averaged 11.4 points and 9.9 rebounds per game while earning All-Oakland Athletic League First Team honors ... also led the OAL in blocked shots and rebounds ... graduated in 2009 with 3.33 GPA.

PERSONAL: Born on January 30, 1991 ... raised by her grandmother, Mae ... has a sister, Tanesha, and a brother, Derek ... lists the TV show “Gossip Girl”, actor Tyler Perry and LeBron James as some of her favorites ... says the best thing about being an athlete is playing the game with people who love it as much as she does ... once met former First Lady Laura Bush ... says her greatest hero is her grandmother ... majoring in early child development.

CENTER // 6-3 // JUNIOR // OAKLAND, CALIF. // MCCLYMONDS HS

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 TOTALS

GP-GS 17-0 21-0 38-0

MIN-AVG 88-5.2 99-4.7 187-4.9

FG-FGA 10-18 3-19 13-37

PCT .556 .158 .351

3FG-3FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0

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FT-FTA 7-13 4-8 11-21

PCT .538 .500 .524

O-D-REB-AVG 7-11-18-1.1 12-18-30-1.4 19-29-48-1.3

PF-DQ 14-1 15-1 29-2

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STL 1 2 3

PTS-AVG 27-1.6 10-0.5 37-1.0

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HALEYWHITE 2010-11 Haley White appeared in all 30 games, making 22 starts, during her freshman season ... averaged 5.3 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists for the season ... posted averages of 6.2 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists during the league season ... one of only two league players to finish with over 100 assists for the season, dishing out 105 dimes ... scored a seaCAREER HIGHS > son-high 17 points, six Points 5 field goals and four 3vs. UC Davis (1-4-10) pointers in Matadors' Field Goals 2, Three Times win at UC Irvine on Feb. last at Pacific (3-6-10) 5 ... also had six field Free Throws 3 goals at UC Santa vs. UC Davis (1-4-10) Barbara on Feb. 26 ... Rebounds 7 pulled down a seasonvs. Pacific (1-2-10) high nine rebounds Assists 1, Twice against UC Riverside on last vs. UC Davis (1-4-10) Feb. 3 ... dished out 10 Blocks 2 assists in the Matadors' vs. Pacific (1-2-10) victory over Pacific on Dec. 31 ... had five steals against UC Riverside on Feb. 3 ... knocked down 20 3-pointers on the season ... led the Matadors with 48 steals on the year, an average of 1.6 per game and ranking eighth in the Big West ... also posted eight blocked shots on the year.

COLONY HIGH SCHOOL During her senior season, White led Colony with an average of 3.0 assists per game ... recorded a season-high seven assists and 16 points against Don Lugo on Jan. 19, 2010 ... While playing for head coach Fonda Wilson, White and the Titans finished the 2009-10 season as the California State Southern Section quarter finalist ... was a Max Preps All-Mt. Baldy Second Team selection after helping lead the Titans to back-to-back CIF Southern Section IIA Championships ... graduated in 2010.

PERSONAL Born on December 24, 1992 ... daughter of Katrina and Richard White ... has two sisters, Janae and Lauryn, and one brother, Elijah ... favorites include the Los Angeles Lakers, Denzel Washington, "The Little Mermaid" and Korean BBQ ... would like to switch places with an elementrary school teacher for a day ... says her family always makes her smile ... majoring in Education.

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CAREER STATS >> YEAR 2010-11 TOTALS

GP-GS 30-22 30-22

MIN-AVG 857-28.6 857-28.6

FG-FGA 59-211 59-211

PCT .280 .280

3FG-3FGA 20-75 20-75

PCT .267 .267

FT-FTA 22-38 22-38

PCT .579 .579

O-D-REB-AVG 21-80-101-3.4 21-80-101-3.4

PF-DQ 88-5 88-5

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PTS-AVG 160-5.3 160-5.3

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#22 RANDI

FORWARD 5-11 // FRESHMAN DUARTE, CALIF. RANCHO CUCAMONGA HS

GUARD 6-0 // FRESHMAN SAVANNAH, GA. SAVANNAH CHRISTIAN HS

AINSWORTH

FRIESS

RANCHO CUCAMONGA HIGH SCHOOL

SAVANNAH CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL

Ainsworth was a four-year letterwinner and also served as a team captain ... earned all-league and All-CIF honors during her playing career with the Cougars ... graduated in 2011.

Randi Friess played four years of volleyball and baseketball at for the Raiders ... atwo-time member of the GHSA All-State Basketball First Team ... also participated in Converse All Star Classic National Team ... four-time Scholar Athlete ...helped lead the Raiders to the GHSA Class A state championship game in her junior year ...earned all-region honors following all four of her seasons and was all-area her final three years ... graduated in 2011.

PERSONAL Born on August 18, 1993 ... daughter of Dena and Kederio Ainsworth ... has one sister, Kayla ... favorites include the LA Lakers and Kobe Bryant, "Love and Basketball" and Denzel Washington ... would like to be stranded on a desert island with Chris Brown ... cannot imagine going a week without her cell phone or family ... lists her cousin Terry Large as her greatest hero ... majoring in Communications.

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DUARTE

FORWARD 5-11 // FRESHMAN FULLERTON, CALIF. MATER DEI HS

MATER DEI HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL Born on August 13, 1993 ... daughter of Amy Friess ... has three sisters: Dani, Jayme and Bobbi ... has a brother, Joey, who plays basketball at Emory Univeristy ... mom was a volleyball player at Northern Iowa ... favorites include the Green Bay Packers, Rajon Rondo, "Cash Cab" and the Black Eyed Peas ... watches Lifetime Movies when she has time to relax ... would like to stranded on a desert island with Justin Beiber ... calls her mom her greatest hero because she raised five kids on her own ... majoring in Pre-Pharmacy.

#5 ASHLEE

Duarte played four years for the Monarchs and head coach Kevin Kiernan ... member on four-time league champion, three-time CIF champion, two-time state champion and two-time national championship squad ... earned all-league honors twice and earned All-CIF honors following junior season ... graduated in 2011.

GUARD 5-7 // FRESHMAN SAN DIEGO, CALIF. ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF PEACE

PERSONAL

ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF PEACE

Born on July 27, 1993 ... daughter of Debbie and Tim Duarte ... has two brothers, Thomas and Sammy ... favorites include the Miami Heat, the movie "Love and Basketball" and Beyonce ... would like to switch places with the President for a day ... would travel around the world if she had a million dollars ... has four chihuahuahs that always make her smile ... cannot imagine going a week without her family ... undecided on a major.

Ashlee Guay was a three-sport standout for the Pilots, playing basketball, swimming and running track ... on the hardwood, was a four-time all-city selection and earned Western League MVP honors in her final three seasons ... helped lead Pilots, who were coached by her father Norm, to three-straight league tites ... also a first-team scholar athlete threestraight years ... graduated in 2011.

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PERSONAL Born on June 25, 1993 ... daughter of Dana and Norm Guay ... has a brother, Justin, who attends Salve Regina University ... favorites incluide Derrick Rose, the Phoenix Suns, Ryan Reynolds and "That 70s Show" ... once met Bill Walton ... advice to young

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people is "to never give up and always pursue your dreams" ... cannot imagine going a week without chapstick ... majoring in Child Development.

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JACKSON

FORWARD 6-2 // JUNIOR RIVERSIDE, CALIF. MT. SAC/HAMPTON/ RIVERSIDE POLY HS

MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE Jackson spent the 2010-11 season with the Mounties and helped the team win a conference championship.

HAMPTON UNIVERSITY Jackson spent the 2009-10 season with the Pirates, who participated in the 2009 NCAA Tournament.

RIVERSIDE POLY HIGH SCHOOL Jackson played four years of basketball for the Bears ... earned all-league and all-CIF honors during an accomplished prep career ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on April 15, 1991 ... daughter of Sharon Guillary and Wayne Guillary .... has two sisters, Turie and Tanilya, and one brother, Ryan ... favorites include the Los Angeles Lakers and the movie "Love and Basketball" ... says the best thing about being an athlete are the friends you make ... would like to switch places with Candace Parker for a day ... would entitle her autobiography "Wihtout Struggle There is No Progress" ... lists her mom as her greatest hero ... undecided on a major.

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MAHLKNECHT

CENTER 6-2 // FRESHMAN AGOURA, CALIF. AGOURA HS

AGOURA HIGH SCHOOL Mahlknecht was a four-year starter and team captain during her senior season with the Chargers and Steve Scifres ... earned numerous awards after her senior season, including First Team All-CIF, AllMarmonte League and All-Ventura County honors ... part of two consecutive league championship teams ... graduated in 2011.

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Born on July 25, 1993 ... daughter of Cheri and Henry Mahlknecht ... has one brother, Marc ... favorites include the Oklahoma City Thunder, Dwight Howard, Will Ferrel and the TV show "Gossip Girl" ... would require all student-athletes to complete community service work if named NCAA President for day ... would like to switch places with Emma Stone for a day ... lists her dad as her greatest hero ... majoring in Business Marketing.

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PETERSEN

GUARD 5-9 // SOPHOMORE MISSION VIEJO, CALIF. GONZAGA MISSION VIEJO HS

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY

earned all-league honors all four years of her playing career ... named South Coast Conference MVP following her junior and senior seasons ... earned all-state honors after all four years of participation ... graduated in 2009.

PERSONAL Born on May 16, 1991 ... daughter of Anne and Marty Petersen ... has two sisters, Sammy and Sarah, and one brother, Tommy ... favorites include the Seattle Supersonics, Steve Nash, Jennifer Aniston and "Gossip Girl" ... would like to switch places with Chelsea Handler for a day ... cannot imagine going a week without dental floss ... lists her grandmother and parents as her greatest heroes ... majoring in English.

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SHARPE

Petersen spent the 2009-10 season with the Bulldogs, helping the team advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.

GUARD 5-7 // FRESHMAN RIALTO, CALIF. RIALTO HS

MISSION VIEJO HIGH SCHOOL

RIALTO HIGH SCHOOL

Petersen was a four-year standout for the Diablos ...

and field for the Knights ... named the CIF Division 2AA MVP in 2011 ... earned all-league honors in all four seasons of hoops ... helped lead Knights to three-straight league titles to conclude prep career ... also helped lead team to second place finish in the state tournament and to a CIF Divsion 2AA championship in 2011 ... graduated in 2011.

PERSONAL Born on January 23, 1993 ... daughter of Rochelle and Jermain Sharpe ... has three sisters: Ashley, Jazmyne and Jada ... has one brother, Vernon ... her favorites include Marilyn Monroe, Chris Paul, "Family Guy" and "Love and Basketball" ... would want to be stranded on a desert island with ber family and friends ... would want to switch places for a day with Chris Paul, Michael Jackson or Kobe Bryant ... cannot imagine going a week without her family, phone or her IPod ... lists her parents and grandfather as her greatest heroes ... undecided on a major.

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OPPONENTS

OOPPONENTS THE BIG WEST CONFERENCE BIG WEST MEMBERS

THE BIG WEST CONFERENCE EMBARKS UPON ITS 29TH

head coach Sandy Simpson to the NCAA Tournament in

year of sponsoring women’s basketball with the com-

his final season. Although the Aggies lost in the first

Cal State Northridge

mencement of the 2011-12s season, it fourth season as

round at Stanford, UCD and Simpson were given plau-

Cal Poly

a nine-team conference. The league welcomed UC

dits for their competitiveness and spirit and for

Davis as an official member on July 1, 2007, after the

Simpson’s many decades of service to the sport of

Aggies completed their four-year reclassification from

women’s basketball. UC Santa Barbara, UC Riverside

Division II to Division I, which expanded the Big West

and Cal Poly all went on to participate in the postsea-

Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State Pacific UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara

CONFERENCE DIRECTORY Physical and Mailing Address 2 Corporate Park – Suite 206 Irvine, CA 92606 Phone (949) 261-2525 Fax (949) 261-2528 Website Address www.bigwest.org Dennis Farrell, Commissioner e-mail: dfarrell@bigwest.org Conference to a nine-member league. Over the last 27 years of competition, the Big West

son WNIT as well. For Northridge, the Matadors finished 4-12 against

has witnessed success in many areas, including the

league opposition under the guidance of first-year

postseason, the national polls and in sending players

head coach Jason Flowers. Jasmine Erving earned all-

to the professional ranks.

league second team honors for the second-straight sea-

The Big West has sent a representative to the NCAA

son. CSUN picked up notable victories at UC Irvine and

Tournament in every year of its existence, and has

Pacific and in an upset of regular season champion

emerged with at least one postseason victory 12 times.

Cal Poly at The Matadome.

On five occasions, multiple Big West teams have

Big West programs. The conference has had at least

all-time high four entries in 1989. The conference’s post-

one team ranked in the final Associated Press poll on 11

season success was most magnified with Long Beach

occasions. UC Santa Barbara achieved its highest year-

State’s two consecutive trips to the Final Four in 1987

end ranking ever with the conclusion of the 1999-00 sea-

and 1988.

son, finishing ninth in the nation in the AP poll. Long

of the Big West Tournament to help lead retiring Aggie

Jody McRoberts, Associate Commissioner e-mail: jmcroberts@bigwest.org Michael Daniels, Assistant Commissioner e-mail: mdaniels@bigwest.org Erica Satterfield, Compliance Director e-mail: esatterfield@bigwest.org Kaia Hedlund, Special Projects e-mail: khedlund@bigwest.org

The national polls have prominently featured several

advanced to the NCAA Tournament, punctuated by an

In 2010-11, UC Davis outlasted Cal Poly in the finals

Rob Halvaks, Senior Associate Commissioner e-mail: rhalvaks@bigwest.org

Beach State was ranked among the top 10 for four straight seasons, including a No. 4 ranking in 1987. ■

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Patricia Sampson, Administrative Assistant e-mail: psampson@bigwest.org Mike Villamor, Information Director e-mail: mvillamor@bigwest.org Julie St. Cyr, Assistant Information Director e-mail: jstcyr@bigwest.org Chris Hargraves, Assistant Information Director e-mail: chargraves@bigwest.org

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR > Rachel Clancy, Cal Poly FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR > Brandi Henton, Long Beach State COACH OF THE YEAR > Faith Mimnaugh, Cal Poly DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR > Mekia Valentine, UC Santa Barbara SIXTH WOMAN OF THE YEAR > Vicky Deely, UC Davis

2010-11 FINAL BIG WEST STANDINGS BIG WEST W L Cal Poly 1 3 12 4 UC Santa Barbara 1 3 12 4 UC Riverside 3 11 5 UC Davis 2 10 6 UC Irvine 7 9 Long Beach State 6 10 Pacific 5 11 Cal State Fullerton 5 11 Northridge 4 12

GAMES PCT. .750 .750 .688 .625 .438 .375 .313 .313 .250

OVERALL W L PCT. 18 13 .581 19 12 .613 19 13 .594 24 9 .727 15 15 .500 8 23 .258 9 22 .290 9 21 .300 4 26 .133

HOME 9-4 9-5 11-4 12-3 9-6 6-7 3-10 6-6 2-12

ROAD 8-7 9-7 7-8 10-6 6-9 1-13 5-10 3-14 2-12

1 – Regular Season Big West Champs; 2 – Big West Tournament Champs, NCAA Tournament Participant; 3 – WNIT Participant

HUSTLE PLAYER OF THE YEAR > Courtney Jacob, Long Beach State

2010-11 BIG WEST STATISTICAL LEADERS

BIG WEST FIRST TEAM > Rachel Clancy Paige Mintun Megan Richardson Alyssa Morris Emilie Johnson Tre’Shonti Nottingham Jade Smith-Williams

SCORING > NAME 1. Rachel Clancy, CP 2. Jasmine Erving, CSUN 3. Jade Smith-Williams, UCI 3. Megan Richardson, CSUF 5. Paige Mintun, UCD

Cal Poly UC Davis Cal State Fullerton UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UC RIverside UC Irvine

BIG WEST SECOND TEAM > Jasmine Erving Northridge Heidi Heintz UC Davis Mekia Valentine UC Santa Barbara Abby Bloetscher Cal Poly Courtney Jacob Long Beach State BIG WEST HONORABLE MENTION > Vicky Deely UC Davis Jonae Ervin Cal Poly Lindsey Grove Cal State Fullerton Brandi Henton Long Beach State Gena Johnson Pacific Rhaya Neabors UC Riverside Danielle Peacon Pacific Sweets Underwood UC Santa Barbara Brittany Waddell UC Riverside ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM > Jonae Erving Brandi Henton Gena Johnson Nicole Nesbit Danielle Peacon

Cal Poly Long Beach State Pacific UC Santa Barbara Pacific

BIG WEST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK > 11/16 Danielle Peacon, Pacific 11/22 Vicky Deely, UC Davis 11/29 Mekia Valentine, UC Santa Barbara 12/3 Jade Smith-Williams, UC Irvine 12/13 Alyssa Morris, UC Riverside 12/20 Rachel Clancy, Cal Poly 12/23 Heidi Heintz, UC Davis 1/3 Jade Smith-Williams, UC Irvine 1/10 Mikah Maly-Karros, UC Irvine 1/17 Abby Bloetscher, Cal Poly 1/24 Courtney Jacob, Long Beach State 1/31 Courtney Jacob, Long Beach State 2/7 Emilie Johnson, UC Santa Barbara 2/14 Jasmine Erving, Northridge 2/21 Mekia Valentine, UC Santa Barbara 2/28 Emilie Johnson, UC Sata Barbara 3/7 Mekia Valentine, UC Santa Barbara

NEUT. 1-2 1-0 1-1 2-0 0-0 1-3 0-2 0-1 0-2

PTS AVG 524 16.9 447 14.9 440 14.7 440 14.7 476 14.4

TEAM SCORING OFFENSE > TEAM 1. UC Davis 2. Cal Poly 3. UC Irvine 4. Cal State Fullerton 5. UC Santa Barbara

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > NAME FGM 1. Mekia Valentine, UCSB 142 2. Abby Bloetscher, CP 126 3. Alyssa Morris, UCR 145

FGA 229 257 307

PCT .620 .490 .472

TEAM FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > TEAM FGM FGA 1. UC Santa Barbara 733 1699 2. UC Riverside 727 1731 3. Cal Poly 803 1912

PCT .431 .420 .420

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > NAME FTM 1. Tre’Shonti Nottingham, UCR 139 2. Brittany Waddell, UCR 81 3. Jade Smith-Williams, UCI 159

FTA 156 92 189

PCT .891 .880 .841

TEAM FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > TEAM FTM FTA 1. Cal State Fullerton 355 468 2. Cal Poly 340 457 3. UC Riverside 410 553

PCT .759 .744 .741

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > NAME 3FG 3FGA 1. Alyssa Morris, UCR 45 100 2. Rachel Clancy, CP 86 206 3. Lyndsey Grove, CSUF 50 123

PCT .450 .417 .407

TEAM 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > TEAM 3FG 3FGA PCT 1. Cal Poly 172 464 .371 2. UC Irvine 165 475 .347 3. UC Santa Barbara 161 476 .338

GP 31 30 30 30 33

GP 33 31 30 30 31

PTS AVG 2261 68.5 2118 68.3 2011 67.0 1958 65.3 1989 64.2

REBOUNDING > NAME 1. Mekia Valentine, UCSB 2. Abby Bloetscher, CP 3. Jasmine Erving

GP 31 29 30

REB AVG 347 11.2 220 7.6 208 6.9

TEAM REBOUNDING > TEAM 1. UC Santa Babara 2. Pacific 3. Long Beach State

GP 31 31 31

REB AVG 1246 40.2 1193 38.5 1192 38.5

ASSISTS > NAME 1. Jade Smith-Williams, UCI 2. Courtney Jacob, LBSU 3. Haley White, CSUN

GP 30 27 30

AST AVG 141 4.7 97 3.6 105 3.5

TEAM ASSISTS > TEAM 1. Cal Poly 2. UC Davis 3. UC Riverside

GP 31 33 32

AST AVG 490 15.8 494 15.0 444 13.9

2011 BIG WEST CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Tuesday, March 8 - Session I No. 1 Cal Poly 73 d. No. 8 Cal State Fullerton 70 No. 7 Pacific d. No. 2 UC Santa Barbara, 49-45 Friday, March 11 - Semifinals No. 1 Cal Poly d. No. 7 Pacific 70-55 No. 4 UC Davis d. No. 3 UC Riverside 44-39

No. 4 UC Davis d. No. 5 UC Irvine, 72-45 No. 3 UC Riverside d. No. 6 Long Beach State, 83-65 Saturday, March 13 - Championship No. 4 UC Davis d. No. 1 Cal Poly , 66-49

All-Tournament Team: Paige Mintun (MVP), UC Davis; Heidi Heintz, UCD; Rachel Clancy, CP; Abby Bloetscher, CP; Tre’Shonti Nottingham, UCR; Danielle Peacon, PAC

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2010-11 BIG WEST HONORS

OOPPONENTS 2011-12 OPPONENTS SCHOOL Big West Conference San Francisco Loyola Marymount Oregon State Washington UCLA West Virginia Colgate Santa Clara Pepperdine Fresno State San Jose State Oregon Portland UC Irvine UC Riverside Long Beach State UC Davis Pacific Cal Poly UC Santa Barbara Cal State Fullerton CSU Bakersfield

SID Julie St. Cyr Racehl Engrissei Sarah Finney Melody Stockwell Jeremy Cothran James Ybiernas Katie Kane Gloria Nantulya Nick Mirkovich Rachel Caton Theresa Kurtz Richard Stern Andria Wenzel Adam Linnman Stacey Shackleford Lauren Kane Andrea Ohta Mike Robles Kevin Wilkinson Brian Thurmond Matt Hurst Jason Spencer Matt Turk

PHONE 949-261-2525 415-422-6818 310-338-5798 541-737-8588 206-685-3120 310-206-6831 304-293-9887 315-228-6761 408-554-4659 310-506-4333 559-278-4881 408-924-1208 541-346-0962 503-943-7731 949-824-7350 951-827-2153 562-985-8569 530-752-2663 209-946-2289 805-756-2410 805-893-8603 657-278-7547 661-654-3071

FAX 949-261-2528 415-422-2510 310-338-2703 541-737-3072 206-543-4668 310-825-8664 --315-228-7977 408-565-6942 310-506-7459 559-278-4689 408-924-1291 541-346-5031 --949-824-5260 951-787-5889 562-985-1549 530-754-5674 209-946-2757 805-756-2650 805-893--4537 657-278-3141 661-654-2376

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E-MAIL jstcyr@bigwest.org raengrissei@usfca.edu sarah.finney@lmu.edu

WEBSITE www.bigwest.org www.usfdons.com www.lmulions.com melody.stockwell@oregonstate.edu www.osubeavers.com cothranj@uw.edu www.gohuskies.com jamesy@ucla.edu www.uclabruins.com katie.kane@mail.wvu.edu www.msnsportsnet.com gnantulya@colgate.edu www.colgate.sidearmsports.com nmirkovich@scu.edu www.santaclarabroncos.com rachel.caton@pepperdine.edu www.pepperdinesports.com tkurtz@csufresno.edu www.gobulldogs.com richard.stern@sjsu.edu www.sjsuspartans.com awenzel@uoregon.edu www.goducks.com linnman@up.edu www.portlandpilots.com saking@uci.edu www.ucirvinesports.com lauren.kane@ucr.edu www.gohighlanders.com aohta@csulb.edu www.longbeachstate.com aipiechowski@ucdavis.edu www.ucdavisaggies.com kevin.wilkinson@pacific.edu www.pacifictigers.com bthurmon@calpoly.edy www.gopoly.com matt.hurst@athletics.ucsb.edu www.ucsbgauchos.com jspenser@fullerton.edu www.fullertontitans.com sid@csub.edu www.gorunners.com

TEAM HISTORY

H TEAMHISTORY 2010-11 STATISTICS NAME Violet Alama Big West Janet Alvarado Big West Bridgette Conejo Big West Bianca Davies Big West Jasmine Erving Big West Charise Hall Big West Paige McIntyre Big West Janelle Nomura Big West Anna Simmons Big West Amanda Thomson Big West Analee Viena-Lota Big West Felicia Walker Big West Haley White Big West TEAM TOTALS Northridge Big West Opponents Big West

GP-GS MIN/AVG FGM-FGA FG% 30-22 842/28.1 109-257 .424 16-8 429/26.8 51-116 .440 23-8 501/21.8 30-99 .303 15-8 390/26.0 24-70 .343 23-15 561/24.4 51-147 .347 11-8 288/26.2 34-76 .447 9-1 52/5.8 2-7 .286 8-1 36/4.5 2-6 .333 30-24 816/27.2 177-412 .430 16-15 474/29.6 106-235 .451 1-0 2/2.0 0-1 .000 15-0 153/10.2 3-0 25/8.3 17-11 481/28.3 5-3 126/25.2 26-4 332/12.8 14-3 187/13.4 20-15 400/20.0 9-7 191/21.2 30-28 929/31.0 16-16 543/33.9 21-0 99/4.7 13-0 60/4.6 30-22 857/28.6 16-11 476/29.8 G 30 16 30 16

7-27 1-5 33-94 9-21 7-27 6-15 44-108 20-51 90-296 49-163 3-19 3-13 59-211 36-141

.259 .200 .351 .429 .259 .400 .407 .392 .304 .301 .158 .231 .280 .255

MIN FGM-FGA FG% 6025 612-1705 .359 3225 341-912 .374 6025 730-1773 .412 3225 382-954 .400

3FG-FGA 3FG% FTM-FTA FT% ORB DRB 11-22 .500 98-124 .790 68 106 8-14 .571 49-60 .817 32 57 5-14 .357 17-36 .472 39 50 5-13 .385 12-28 .429 26 35 13-55 .236 16-23 .696 48 64 9-28 .321 9-12 .750 23 33 0-0 --3-5 .600 2 3 0-0 --3-5 .600 2 2 8-23 .348 85-118 .720 67 141 4-13 .308 56-73 .767 39 82 0-1 .000 0-0 --0 0 Did Not Appear in Any Games 6-19 .316 5-6 .833 2 6 1-3 .333 0-0 --0 2 13-34 .382 73-92 .793 8 20 2-5 .400 11-16 .688 3 6 5-23 .217 11-16 .688 6 19 4-13 .308 4-7 .571 2 9 19-56 .339 11-18 .611 17 29 10-24 .417 6-10 .600 8 12 26-95 .274 24-33 .727 54 111 15-54 .278 15-21 .714 28 62 0-0 --4-8 .500 12 18 0-0 --4-6 .667 8 10 20-75 .267 22-38 .579 21 80 11-47 .234 11-20 .550 15 52 3FG-FGA 3FG% 126-417 .302 69-214 .322 199-579 .344 110-334 .329

FTM-FTA 369-517 180-258 476-681 230-321

FT% .714 .698 .699 .717

ORB 392 210 444 221

TRB/AVG 174/5.8 98/5.6 89/3.9 61/4.1 112/4.9 56/5.1 5/0.6 4/0.5 208/6.9 121/7.6 0/0.0

PF-DQ 100-7 48-3 39-0 27-0 33-1 16-0 1-0 1-0 91-2 47-1 0

AST 61 39 11 10 41 20 4 2 16 10 0

TO 96 52 29 22 46 30 4 3 58 28 0

BLK 20 10 7 3 4 1 0 0 36 19 0

STL 32 12 18 15 18 13 2 2 17 5 0

PTS/AVG 327/10.9 159/9.9 82/3.6 65/4.3 131/5.7 86/7.8 7/0.8 7/0.9 447/14.9 272/17.0 0/0.0

8/0.5 2/0.7 28/1.6 9/1.8 25/1.0 11/0.8 46/2.3 20/2.2 165/5.5 90/5.6 30/1.4 18/1.4 101/3.4 67/4.2

15-0 3-0 42-0 12-0 31-0 17-0 39-1 21-1 47-0 18-0 15-1 8-0 88-5 48-4

9 1 44 13 18 8 21 8 55 38 2 1 105 62

11 3 63 27 21 11 35 19 63 37 15 12 125 70

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 4 8 4

5 0 9 5 11 4 14 10 36 21 2 0 48 27

25/1.7 3/1.0 152/8.9 31/6.2 30/1.2 20/1.4 118/5.9 56/6.2 230/7.7 128/8.0 10/0.5 10/0.8 160/5.3 94/5.9

DRB TRB/AVG PF 706 1098/36.6 541-17 395 605/37.8 266-9 783 1227/40.9 495-6 404 625/39.1 259-5

AST 387 212 442 245

TO 580 321 474 251

BLK STL PTS/AVG 87 212 1717/57.3 41 114 931/58.2 74 311 2135/71.2 43 173 1104/69.0

2010-11 HIGHS & LOWS CATEGORY

NORTHRIDGE HIGH

NORTHRIDGE LOW

OPPONENT HIGH

OPPONENT LOW

Total Points

82 at UC Irvine (2/5)

32 vs. Oregon State (11/20)

108 by Pepperdine (11/17)

49 by Oregon State (11/20)

Field Goals Made

29 at Pacific (12/31)

14 vs. Oregon State (11/20)

39 by Pepperdine (11/17)

16 by New Mexico State (12/5)

Field Goals Attempted

75 vs. San Diego (1/19)

42 at UC Irvine (2/5)

84 by Pepperdine (11/17)

46 by Pacific (3/5)

Field Goal Percentage

.643 at UC Irvine (2/5)

.240 vs. San Diego (1/19)

.540 by Iowa State (12/20)

.296 by New Mexico State (12/5)

3-Point FG Made

11 at UC Irvine (2/5)

1, three times; last vs. Pacific (3/5)

11, twice; last by UTEP (12/3)

2, twice; last by San Diego (1/19)

3-Point FG Attempted

22 at Iowa State (12/20)

6 vs. Pacific (3/5)

28, twice; last by UCR (1/13)

11, twice; last by Washington (12/8)

3-Point FG Percentage

.611 at UC Irvine (2/5)

.083, twice; last vs. UC Davis (3/3)

.579 by UTEP (12/3)

.154 by South Dakota (12/18)

Free Throws Made

22 vs. Wichita State (11/26)

3 vs. Oregon State (11/20)

30 by New Mexico St. (12/5)

6 by Long Beach State (1/5)

Free Throws Attempted

33 at UTEP (12/3)

9 at Hawai’i (11/19)

38 by New Mexico St (12/5)

7 by Long Beach State (1/5)

Free Throw Percentage

.944 at UC Irvine (2/5)

.273 vs. Oregon State (11/20)

1.000 by UC Riverside (1/13)

.429 by Oregon State (11/20)

Total Rebounds

52 vs. Long Beach State (1/5)

24, twice; last at Iowa State (12/20)

54 by Pepperdine (11/17)

29 by UC Irvine (2/5)

Assists

22 vs. Pepperdine (11/17)

6 at New Mexico St (12/5)

26 by Iowa State (12/20)

7 by New Mexico State (12/5)

Steals

12 at Pacific (12/31)

1 vs. Chattanooga (11/27)

20 by Pepperdine (11/17)

3, twice; last by South Dakota (12/18)

Blocked Shots

7 at Cal Poly (1/22)

0 at UC Santa Barbara (2/26)

7 by South Dakota (12/18)

0, Five Times; last by Cal Poly (2/17)

Turnovers

29 at Cal Poly (1/22)

9 vs. Chattanooga (11/27)

27 by San Diego (1/19)

6 by UC Davis (1/2)

Personal Fouls

25 vs. Washington (12/8)

11, twice; last vs. Cal Poly (2/17)

24 by UTEP (12/3)

10 by UC Santa Barbara (1/29)

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DATE OPPONENT SITE W/L CSN-OPP ATT. HIGH SCORER(S) HIGH REBOUNDER(S) 11/17 Pepperdine Northridge, Calif. L 74-108 412 Alama (20) Viena-Lota/Conejo (7) 11/19 Hawai’i $ Honolulu, Hawai’i L 58-66 1522 Alama (16) Violet Alama (8) 11/20 Oregon State $ Honolulu, Hawai’i L 32-49 1424 Viena-Lota (11) Viena-Lota (16) 11/21 Eastern Michigan $ Honolulu, Hawai’i L 68-79 1424 Alama (32) Alama (11) 11/26 Wichita State # Northridge, Calif. L 58-67 --- Erving (15) Erving (13) 11/27 Chattanooga # Northridge, Calif. L 68-74 412 Nomura (24) Erving (13) 11/30 Loyola Marymount Northridge, Calif. L 52-69 323 Erving (15) Alama (6) 12/3 UTEP El Paso, Texas L 59-79 742 Erving (22) Erving (11) 12/5 New Mexico State Las Cruces, N.M. L 59-66 1008 Alama (12) Viena-Lota (7) 12/8 Washington Northridge, Calif. L 55-73 --- Nomura/Viena-Lota (13) Conejo (9) 12/18 South Dakota Vermillion, S.D. L 62-71 471 Three Players (12) Viena-Lota (6) 12/20 No. 20 Iowa State Ames, Iowa L 47-93 6904 Erving (21) Erving (6) 12/31 Pacific * Stockton, Calif. W 74-68 (OT) 353 Viena-Lota (18) Erving (7) 1/2 UC Davis * Davis, Calif. L 56-78 476 Erving (23) Erving (7) 1/5 Long Beach State * Long Beach, Calif. L 50-64 213 Alama (20) Erving (16) 1/13 UC Riverside * Riverside, Calif. L 53-64 412 Erving (24) Erving (13) 1/15 Cal State Fullerton * Fullerton, Calif. L 67-75 260 Erving (34) Erving (13) 1/19 San Diego Northridge, Calif. L 50-66 312 Alama (19) Alvarado (9) 1/22 Cal Poly * San Luis Obispo, Calif. L 52-82 606 Viena-Lota (16) Conejo/Alama (6) 1/27 UC Irvine * Northridge, Calif. L 53-59 212 Erving (23) Viena-Lota (9) 1/29 UC Santa Barbara * Northridge, Calif. L 48-71 309 Thomson (18) Viena-Lota (10) 2/3 UC Riverside * Northridge, Calif. L 48-77 202 Erving (18) White (9) 2/5 UC Irvine * Irvine, Calif. W 82-72 --- Erving (27) Erving (10) 2/9 Long Beach State * Long Beach, Calif. L 64-74 528 Alama (23) Viena-Lota/Erving (7) 2/12 Cal State Fullerton * Northridge, Calif. W 71-65 410 Erving (35) Alama (11) 2/17 Cal Poly * Northridge, Calif. W 68-65 434 Alvarado (16) Alama (11) 2/23 Cal State Bakersfield Bakersfield, Calif. L 46-71 269 Erving (15) Erving (9) 2/26 UC Santa Barbara * Santa Barbara, Calif. L 52-71 1143 Erving/White (13) Erving (6) 3/3 UC Davis * Northridge, Calif. L 44-56 347 Erving (12) Erving (7) 3/5 Pacific * Northridge, Calif. L 49-63 579 Alama (15) Erving/Alama (6) Legend: # - Warner Center Marriott Classic (Northridge, Calif.), * - Big West Conference Games

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2010-11 MATADOR RECORDS OVERALL Record

4-26

Home

2-12

Away

2-12

Neutral

0-2

BIG WEST Record

4-12

Home

2-6

Away

2-6

2010-11 ATTENDANCE TOTAL AVG. Home

3865

276

Away

14694

1050

Neutral Total

31

1424

712

19983

666

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2010-11: STATISTICS // HIGHS & LOWS // GAME-BY-GAME // GAME-BY-GAME POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS // MATADOR RECORDS // ATTENDANCE

2010-11 GAME-BY-GAME

H TEAMHISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1974-75 > Coach: Judy Brame Record: 8-8 1-7 CS Los Angeles A 46-34 1-13 USC H 56-39 1-15 UC Santa Barbara H 52-60 1-22 UC Riverside A 65-41 1-24 Fresno State H 39-63 1-26 CS Fullerton H 36-77 2-3 UCLA H 27-77 2-7 Cal Poly A 48-34 2-8 Fresno State A 59-58 2-12 UCLA A 32-85 2-14 UC Riverside H 74-58 2-18 CS Fullerton A 30-98 2-21 Cal Poly H 59-40 2-24 CS Los Angeles H 52-36 2-27 Long Beach State ! N 52-61 2-28 USC ! N 51-68 ! SCWIAC Tournament at Riverside 1975-76 > Coach: Judy Brame Record: 6-9 UC Santa Barbara 1-20 Cal Poly Pomona 1-24 UCLA 1-27 CS Fullerton 1-31 San Diego State 2-5 USC 2-7 Fresno State 2-9 Cal Poly Pomona 2-19 CS Fullerton 2-21 San Diego State 2-24 USC 3-4 Long Beach State 3-6 Cal Poly Cal Poly Pomona Whittier

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55-64 52-56 54-81 37-76 46-51 52-53 65-51 65-59 50-67 52-32 61-62 60-75 85-39 93-29 55-26

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1976-77 > Coach: Judy Brame Record: 16-8 SCAA: 7-3 12-9 Biola H 87-78 12-13 CS Fullerton H 56-84 12-17 UC Santa Barbara # N 82-59 12-18 Long Beach State # N 66-83 12-18 USC # N 84-73 Sacramento State % N 74-63 1-7 Long Beach State % N 74-73 Chico State % A 64-54 1-11 Long Beach State A 74-97 CS Los Angeles * H 90-54 1-19 UC Irvine * A 69-41 1-21 UC Santa Barbara (2 ot) * A 72-75 1-26 Cal Poly Pomona * A 49-91 1-27 USC A 77-69 1-29 Cal Poly * H 68-59 2-3 UC Irvine * H 113-46 2-5 CS Los Angeles * A 79-61 2-8 UC Santa Barbara * H 75-73

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2-14 USC H Cal Poly Pomona * H 2-22 Long Beach State H 2-25 Cal Poly * A 3-1 UCLA H 3-10 Long Beach State + N * SCAA Games # Cal Poly Pomona Tournament % Chico Tournament + WAIAW Regional at Fullerton

76-71 60-87 77-75 70-58 55-98 68-78

1977-78 > Coach: Judy Brame Record: 16-9 SCAA: 8-2 12-2 Fresno State + N 83-48 12-3 UC Santa Barbara + N 75-76 12-6 USC H 81-80 12-13 CS Fullerton H 88-101 12-15 Biola # N 74-87 12-16 UC Santa Barbara # N 76-74 12-20 California H 84-82 1-3 Northwest Missouri St. (ot) H 74-78 1-5 Cal Poly ^ N 68-78 1-6 Sonoma State ^ N 90-44 1-7 Sacramento State ^ N 76-64 1-14 UC Irvine * A 88-64 1-19 UC Santa Barbara * A 59-56 1-21 USC A 63-73 1-24 CS Los Angeles * A 85-51 1-26 UC Irvine * H 72-53 1-31 Cal Poly Pomona * H 62-94 2-3 Cal Poly * A 59-56 2-7 CS Los Angeles * H 94-53 2-10 UC Santa Barbara * H 75-67 2-14 San Diego State (ot) H 76-70 2-17 Cal Poly Pomona * A 68-78 2-24 Cal Poly * H 74-67 2-28 Long Beach State H 48-72 3-3 Pepperdine A 58-55 * SCAA Games + Cal Poly Tournament # Cal Poly Pomona Tournament ^ Chico Tournament 1978-79 > Coach: Judy Brame Record: 14-14 SCAA: 5-5 11-16 USC # N 67-106 11-18 Fresno State # N 74-63 11-18 Nevada # N 70-65 11-28 CS Fullerton % H 57-78 12-1 Arizona $ N 99-77 12-2 UNLV $ A 61-96 12-6 Biola A 51-65 12-13 Long Beach State A 48-72 12-16 Pepperdine H 63-66 12-22 Weber State H 84-81 1-4 CS Hayward A 66-47 1-5 San Francisco State A 72-63 1-6 Stanford A 69-98 1-16 UC Irvine * A 71-52

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1-19 Cal Poly * A 59-52 W 1-25 UC Santa Barbara * A 76-68 W 1-27 Cal Poly Pomona * H 61-96 L 2-2 Occidental H 74-45 W 2-3 CS Los Angeles * A 63-74 L 2-6 San Diego State A 65-74 L 2-9 Cal Poly * H 64-52 W 2-12 Pepperdine A 60-71 L 2-16 UC Irvine * H 93-57 W 2-20 UC Santa Barbara * H 54-64 L 2-23 Cal Poly Pomona * A 78-98 L 2-24 USC H 58-71 L 2-27 CS Los Angeles * H 73-91 L 3-3 California H 73-71 W * SCAA Games # Cal Poly Tournament % Fullerton forfeit gives CS Northridge win $ Las Vegas Tournament at UNLV 1979-80 > Coach: Leslie Trapnell Record: 17-18 SCAA: 3-7 11-20 Azusa Pacific H 61-52 11-27 San Diego State H 36-68 11-30 UC Riverside A 92-47 12-4 CS Fullerton (ot) H 80-81 12-7 San Francisco St. # N 67-73 12-8 Nevada # N 84-73 12-10 California A 66-87 12-13 Biola A 49-93 12-14 Chapman % N 84-61 12-15 UC Santa Barbara % A 75-61 12-18 CS Dominguez Hills A 70-61 12-21 Chapman A 95-81 12-28 Pepperdine H 52-78 12-31 CS Hayward H 94-47 1-3 Portland State $ N 75-73 1-4 California $ N 58-71 1-5 New Mexico State $ N 73-82 1-8 Alaska-Anchorage H 71-53 1-11 Occidental A 80-42 1-12 Chapman A 104-60 1-15 UC Irvine * A 74-70 1-19 Cal Poly Pomona * H 63-76 1-22 CS Los Angeles * H 83-81 1-25 UC Riverside H 91-75 1-26 Pepperdine A 62-90 1-29 UC Santa Barbara * H 54-52 2-1 Cal Poly * A 54-55 2-5 CS Fullerton A 75-91 2-8 Biola H 65-71 2-12 CS Los Angeles * A 72-82 2-15 Cal Poly Pomona * A 64-97 2-19 CS Dominguez Hills H 72-69 2-22 UC Santa Barbara * A 69-89 2-26 UC Irvine * H 62-68 2-29 Cal Poly * H 52-70 * SCAA Games # UC Davis Tournament % UC Santa Barbara Tournament $ Chico Tournament

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1980-81 > Coach: Judy Brame Record: 10-18 SCAA: 3-9 11-14 Azusa Pacific A 54-73 12-2 U.S. International H 91-51 12-5 UC Davis # A 52-70 12-6 Air Force # N 55-53 12-7 CS Hayward # N 54-52 12-9 Biola H 64-74 12-18 San Diego State $ N 47-70 12-19 San Francisco St. $ N 57-75 12-31 UC Davis H 49-65 1-2 Army H 62-67 1-9 CS Los Angeles * H 80-86 1-10 Cal Poly Pomona * H 53-97 1-16 Cal Poly * A 63-66 1-17 UC Santa Barbara * A 61-73 1-20 CS Dominguez Hills A 81-61 1-23 UC Irvine * A 67-53 1-24 San Diego * A 73-63 1-30 UC Riverside H 81-69 2-3 Biola A 55-71 2-6 San Diego * H 59-50 2-7 UC Irvine * H 68-76 2-10 Pepperdine A 65-108 2-13 UC Santa Barbara * H 55-62 2-14 Cal Poly * H 52-60 2-19 Cal Poly Pomona * A 53-88 2-21 CS Los Angeles * A 68-70 2-27 UC Riverside A 94-88 3-3 CS Dominguez Hills H 86-76 * SCAA Games # UC Davis Tournament $ Cal Poly Pomona Tournament 1981-82 > Coach: Judy Brame Record: 15-14 CCAA: 3-9 11-21 UC San Diego A 73-51 11-24 Biola H 91-79 12-1 Occidental H 92-44 12-3 Nevada # N 80-51 12-4 UC Davis # A 71-69 12-5 UC Santa Barbara # N 72-79 12-12 UC Irvine A 62-66 12-18 Fresno State $ N 71-83 12-19 Saint Mary’s $ N 95-63 12-20 CS Dominguez Hills $ N 80-72 12-29 UC Santa Barbara H 72-69 1-5 CS Stanislaus A 88-60 1-6 Sacramento State A 94-73 1-7 CS Hayward A 74-64 1-14 Missouri State H 67-78 1-16 Cal Poly * A 64-74 1-18 Pomona-Pitzer H 76-55 1-21 UC Riverside * H 85-87 1-23 Chapman * H 58-55 1-26 CS Dominguez Hills * H 95-91 1-30 Cal Poly Pomona * H 68-91 2-4 CS Los Angeles * A 77-105 2-6 San Diego H 66-71 2-11 Cal Poly * H 74-83

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1982-83 > Coach: Judy Brame Record: 16-10 CCAA: 6-6 11-20 Azusa Pacific H 69-51 11-23 Loyola Marymount A 70-66 11-27 U.S. International H 96-70 12-3 UC Davis # A 68-66 12-4 San Diego # N 91-66 12-7 Sacramento State H 83-71 12-11 Pomona-Pitzer A 58-49 12-18 CS Hayward H 83-48 12-20 New Mexico State H 82-91 12-30 UC Santa Barbara A 50-62 1-3 Hawaii $ N 66-74 1-4 Chicago State $ N 98-58 1-5 Saint Mary’s A 66-69 1-14 CS Dominguez Hills * H 85-64 1-15 Chapman * H 55-58 1-18 Biola A 81-78 1-21 Cal Poly * A 70-62 1-25 Cal Poly Pomona * H 66-89 1-28 UC Riverside * H 67-65 2-4 CS Los Angeles * A 76-67 2-11 Cal Poly Pomona * A 72-95 2-12 UC Riverside * A 75-86 2-19 Cal Poly * H 82-80 2-25 Chapman * A 67-68 2-26 CS Dominguez Hills * A 84-86 3-3 CS Los Angeles * H 75-70 * CCAA Games # Aggie Invitational at UC Davis $ San Francisco State Tournament 1983-84 > Coach: Leslie Milke Record: 8-19 CCAA: 2-10 11-17 Alaska-Anchorage # N 57-66 11-18 CS Los Angeles # N 50-52 11-19 CS Hayward # A 72-47 11-22 Biola H 70-75 11-26 San Diego State H 65-95 11-28 Sacramento State H 68-62 12-3 Azusa Pacific A 62-42 12-6 Pomona-Pitzer A 50-56 12-16 Loyola Marymount H 53-59 12-18 West Texas State H 54-53 12-20 U.S. International A 78-92 12-21 San Diego A 45-62 12-29 UC Davis H 74-54 12-30 Alaska-Anchorage H 65-63 1-4 Boise State H 54-69 1-12 CS Dominguez Hills (ot) * H 77-78 1-14 Chapman * H 63-72

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1-25 CS Dominguez Hills * A 63-59 W 1-31 CS Los Angeles * A 69-56 W 2-6 CS Dominguez Hills * H 74-37 W 2-8 UC Riverside * H 80-57 W 2-13 Cal Poly Pomona * A 51-58 L 2-15 Cal Poly * H 70-60 W 2-20 Sacramento State H 71-63 W 2-22 Chapman * A 58-72 L 2-25 CS Los Angeles * H 66-73 L 2-28 Chapman ! N 58-57 W 3-1 Cal Poly Pomona ! N 61-69 L 3-8 UC Davis + H 68-57 W 3-11 Cal Poly Pomona + A 46-66 L * CCAA Games # UC Davis Tournament $ Sacramento State Tournament % Color Country Classic at Southern Utah ! CCAA Tournament + NCAA Western Regional 1986-87 > Coach: Leslie Milke Record: 16-11 CCAA: 8-4 11-21 Chico State # N 62-61 W 11-22 Cal Poly Pomona # A 52-66 L 11-26 Cal Lutheran H 78-35 W 12-1 Texas-Arlington A 78-91 L 12-3 Texas Wesleyan A 67-77 L 12-4 North Texas A 58-74 L 12-16 Northern Colorado (ot) H 75-71 W 12-18 CS Hayward H 64-47 W 12-22 Mankato State H 71-65 W 12-28 San Francisco State A 56-58 L 12-29 Sacramento State A 49-51 L 12-31 NW Oklahoma State H 72-45 W 1-3 Sonoma State H 67-43 W 1-9 CS Los Angeles * H 68-57 W 1-16 UC Riverside * A 55-59 L 1-17 Cal Poly Pomona * A 55-82 L 1-23 Chapman * H 74-68 W 1-24 CS Dominguez Hills (ot) * A 61-64 L 1-31 Cal Poly * H 68-58 W 2-3 CS Los Angeles * A 74-73 W 2-6 UC Riverside * H 75-59 W 2-7 Cal Poly Pomona (ot) * H 78-88 L 2-13 Chapman * A 61-60 W 2-14 CS Dominguez Hills * H 59-52 W 2-21 Cal Poly * A 65-55 W 2-27 Chapman ! N 63-60 W 2-28 Cal Poly Pomona ! N 46-80 L * CCAA Games # Lions Club Tournament at Cal Poly Pomona ! CCAA Tournament 1987-88 > Coach: Leslie Milke Record: 14-13 CCAA: 8-4 11-24 Azusa Pacific H 60-49 11-27 Southern Utah # A 67-78 12-4 Oregon Tech $ N 63-49 12-5 Chico State $ A 58-85 12-8 San Diego State A 48-81

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2-13 UC Riverside * A 68-88 2-18 CS Dominguez Hills * A 79-83 2-20 Chapman * A 60-62 2-25 Cal Poly Pomona * H 66-72 2-27 CS Los Angeles * H 94-86 * CCAA Games # UC Davis Tournament $ UC Santa Barbara Tournament

H TEAMHISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS * CCAA Games # San Luis Obispo Tournament $ CS Hayward Tournament ! CCAA Tournament + NCAA Regionals 1989-90 > Coach: Leslie Milke Record: 11-18 CCAA: 7-5 11-17 Chico State # N 77-56 11-18 Cal Poly Pomona # A 73-83 11-24 Saint Mary’s A 56-71 11-25 CS Stanislaus A 69-91 11-29 Alaska-Anchorage A 71-92 11-30 Alaska-Anchorage A 63-84 12-2 Alaska-Fairbanks A 61-84 12-3 Alaska-Fairbanks A 57-60 12-9 Pepperdine A 62-79 12-12 Point Loma Nazarene H 81-54 12-15 Idaho State A 55-75 12-16 Boise State A 38-77 12-30 Sacramento State A 56-75 1-2 San Angelo State H 78-63 1-6 Southern Utah A 69-79 1-11 Cal Poly * A 68-65 1-19 CS Dominguez Hills * H 50-43 1-20 Chapman * A 72-68 1-26 Cal Poly Pomona * A 52-70 1-27 UC Riverside * H 89-79 2-2 CS Los Angeles * H 64-49 2-3 CS Los Angeles * A 69-67 2-9 CS Dominguez Hills * A 44-54 2-10 Chapman * H 55-53 2-16 Cal Poly Pomona * H 38-61 2-17 UC Riverside * A 47-56 2-22 Cal Poly (ot) * H 68-74 3-1 Cal Poly ! N 71-64 3-3 Cal Poly Pomona ! N 47-79 * CCAA Games # Cal Poly Pomona Tournament ! CCAA Tournament 1990-91 > Coach: Janet Martin Record: 10-17 11-23 CS Fullerton # 11-24 Texas State # 11-27 Pepperdine 11-30 Fresno State $ 12-1 Northeastern $ 12-2 Missouri State 12-4 Nevada 12-8 UC Irvine 12-16 Santa Clara 12-17 San Francisco 12-19 Loyola Marymount 12-22 San Diego 12-28 James Madison 12-29 Eastern Michigan 12-31 Louisiana State 1-2 Butler 1-5 Iona

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1-22 CS Los Angeles H 1-25 Portland State % N 1-26 Sacramento State % A 2-1 Southern Utah H 2-2 Southern Utah (2 ot) H 2-8 Idaho State ^ N 2-9 Portland State ^ A 2-16 Southern Utah A 2-19 San Diego State A 2-22 Portland State H # CS Fullerton Tournament $ Fresno State Tournament % Sacramento State Tournament ^ Portland State Tournament

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1991-92 > Coach: Janet Martin (0-9) Kim Chandler (2-15) Record: 2-24 11-25 CS Los Angeles H 56-69 11-29 Baylor # N 55-73 11-30 Sacramento State # N 50-74 12-1 Northwestern St. # N 51-104 12-3 Pepperdine A 55-77 12-6 UC Irvine $ A 64-74 12-7 Idaho $ N 46-97 12-9 Fresno State H 55-84 12-10 CS Fullerton H 51-85 12-13 Arizona A 66-112 12-14 Northern Arizona A 76-91 12-18 UC Santa Barbara A 68-96 12-21 Arizona State A 37-93 12-28 USC ^ N 38-92 12-29 UCLA ^ A 47-107 1-4 Nebraska H 53-85 1-9 Loyola Marymount H 48-54 1-11 San Diego State A 41-97 1-14 Sacramento State H 43-64 1-24 Southern Utah A 56-60 1-25 Southern Utah A 63-71 2-7 Chapman H 77-65 2-15 Southern Utah H 63-66 2-22 Sacramento State A 49-80 2-23 Nevada A 59-84 2-27 Northern Arizona H 78-59 # Wolf Pack Classic at Nevada $ Disneyland Classic at UC Irvine ^ LA Gear Classic at UCLA 1992-93 > Coach: Kim Chandler Record: 6-21 12-1 Loyola Marymount 12-5 Pacific 12-9 Grand Canyon 12-11 Northern Arizona 12-15 Pepperdine 12-18 Rice 12-21 Northern Arizona 12-29 UC Irvine 12-30 Colorado State 1-3 Loyola-Chicago (ot)

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1-5 Northeastern Illinois A 51-55 L 1-7 Chicago State A 54-60 L 1-11 Santa Clara A 61-96 L 1-12 Fresno State A 59-79 L 1-16 Sacramento State H 48-86 L 1-20 UC Santa Barbara H 60-71 L 1-25 CS Dominguez Hills H 50-57 L 1-30 Sacramento State A 46-68 L 2-6 Southern Utah A 69-87 L 2-9 Pepperdine A 72-80 L 2-13 CS Fullerton A 63-74 L 2-16 CS Los Angeles H 62-53 W 2-21 USC H 36-78 L 2-24 Southern Utah H 51-59 L 3-5 Chicago State # N 63-69 L 3-7 Northeastern Illinois # N 76-55 W 3-8 Missouri-Kansas City # A 46-71 L # Quarterage Classic at Missouri-Kansas City

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1993-94 > Coach: Kim Chandler Record: 3-22 11-26 Saint Mary’s # A 47-79 L 11-27 Brigham Young # N 51-102 L 12-1 CS Fullerton H 51-79 L 12-4 Nevada H 79-66 W 12-7 USC A 31-95 L 12-10 Fresno State H 42-73 L 12-18 San Diego A 56-72 L 12-21 Pepperdine H 46-82 L 12-28 UC Santa Barbara A 48-85 L 12-30 San Jose State H 62-73 L 1-2 Northern Arizona H 52-63 L 1-6 Loyola Marymount A 52-79 L 1-8 CS San Bernardino H 87-84 W 1-10 CS Dominguez Hills H 53-73 L 1-13 Nevada A 53-59 L 1-15 Sacramento State A 64-84 L 1-25 Pacific A 52-73 L 1-26 San Francisco A 44-69 L 2-2 Northern Arizona A 37-63 L 2-3 Cal Poly A 82-66 W 2-8 CS Los Angeles A 55-76 L 2-12 Southern Utah A 52-85 L 2-16 Arizona A 57-98 L 2-19 Sacramento State H 56-65 L 2-26 Missouri-Kansas City A 39-69 L # Delta Faucet/Saint Mary’s Tip-Off Classic

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1995-96 > Coach: Michael Abraham Record: 5-22 AWC: 1-5 11-24 Columbia A 46-49 L 11-25 Central Connecticut # N 61-56 W 11-30 CS Dominguez Hills H 56-66 L 12-2 Northern Arizona A 37-95 L 12-5 Pepperdine A 54-81 L 12-8 Idaho $ A 43-67 L 12-9 Sacramento State $ N 58-72 L 12-16 Cal State Fullerton A 60-70 L 12-19 Long Beach State H 72-75 L 12-28 Pacific H 44-75 L 12-30 Eastern Washington H 58-54 W 1-2 Fresno State A 55-78 L 1-4 Santa Clara H 64-84 L 1-6 Navy (ot) H 57-58 L 1-9 San Diego A 40-75 L 1-15 Texas-El Paso A 43-75 L 1-19 Cal Poly * A 63-56 W 1-22 Loyola Marymount A 58-64 L 1-27 Southern Utah * A 39-71 L 1-31 Cal State Los Angeles H 81-61 W 2-7 The Master’s College H 87-51 W 2-10 Sacramento State * H 58-69 L 2-14 UC Santa Barbara H 54-79 L 2-17 Cal Poly * H 49-75 L 2-22 Southern Utah * H 50-80 L 2-24 Sacramento State * A 75-80 L 3-1 Southern Utah ! H 57-73 L * American West Conference Games # Game played in New York, N.Y. $ Best Western/University Inn Classic at Idaho ! AWC Tournament at Northridge 1996-97 > Coach: Michael Abraham Record: 4-23 Big Sky: 2-14 11-26 Long Beach State A 56-65 11-29 Oregon State $ N 62-53 11-30 Portland $ A 55-81 12-3 Fresno State H 46-51

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2002-03 > Coach: Tammy Holder Record: 3-24 Big West: 3-13 11-22 Portland State H 60-71 11-24 San Jose State A 51-76 11-27 New Mexico State H 56-77 12-1 Northern Arizona H 64-79 12-6 Denver A 56-85 12-16 Pepperdine A 49-92 12-18 Saint Mary’s A 59-67 12-21 UCLA A 49-88 12-22 Wyoming H 75-97 12-28 San Diego State A 54-75 1-2 Loyola Marymount H 60-70 1-4 Idaho * A 43-60 1-7 UC Santa Barbara * A 41-73 1-11 Pacific * H 57-50 1-16 UC Santa Barbara * H 43-77 1-18 Cal Poly * H 54-67 1-23 Long Beach State * A 59-72 1-25 UC Irvine * A 46-62 1-30 Cal State Fullerton * H 55-65 2-1 UC Riverside * H 69-59 2-8 Pacific * A 48-69 2-13 Cal Poly * A 62-54 2-20 UC Irvine * H 54-58 2-22 Long Beach State * H 66-75 2-27 UC Riverside * A 51-57 3-1 Cal State Fullerton * A 58-63 3-8 Idaho (ot) * H 58-69 * Big West Conference Games 2003-04 > Coach: Tammy Holder Record: 6-20 Big West: 5-13 11-21 San Jose State H 54-71 11-23 Saint Mary’s H 45-51 12-6 San Diego State H 71-52 12-15 Northern Arizona A 55-68 12-17 UCLA H 66-74 12-22 New Orleans H 63-65 12-28 Denver H 75-87 12-30 Wyoming A 53-72 1-3 Cal State Fullerton * H 65-66

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H TEAMHISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1-5 UC Riverside * H 1-8 UC Irvine * H 1-10 Long Beach State * A 1-15 Idaho * H 1-17 Utah State * H 1-22 UC Santa Barbara * H 1-24 Cal Poly * A 1-31 Pacific * A 2-5 Long Beach State * H 2-7 UC Irvine * A 2-12 Utah State * A 2-14 Idaho * A 2-19 Cal Poly * H 2-21 UC Santa Barbara * A 2-28 Pacific (ot) * H 3-4 UC Riverside * A 3-6 Cal State Fullerton * A * Big West Conference Games

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2004-05 > Coach: Tammy Holder Record: 18-11 Big West: 11-7 11-19 Eastern Washington H 69-66 W 12-2 Loyola Marymount A 50-62 L 12-4 California # A 67-77 L 12-5 Pepperdine # N 42-63 L 12-17 Wright State H 84-74 W 12-20 Southeastern Louisiana A 59-52 W 12-22 New Orleans A 77-51 W 12-28 CS Fullerton (2 ot) * A 80-74 W 12-30 UC Riverside * A 56-44 W 1-6 UC Irvine * H 81-61 W 1-8 Long Beach State * H 74-89 L 1-13 Idaho * A 54-68 L 1-15 Utah State * A 57-61 L 1-20 UC Santa Barbara * H 74-86 L 1-22 Cal Poly * H 69-67 W 1-27 Pacific * H 73-50 W 1-31 UC Davis H 65-54 W 2-3 Long Beach State * A 66-63 W 2-5 UC Irvine * A 68-58 W 2-10 Utah State * H 63-52 W 2-12 Idaho * H 68-63 W 2-17 Cal Poly (2 ot) * A 83-81 W 2-19 UC Santa Barbara * A 46-74 L 2-24 Pacific * A 63-57 W 2-26 UC Davis (ot) A 76-68 W 3-3 UC Riverside * H 55-63 L 3-5 Cal State Fullerton * H 55-69 L 3-10 UC Riverside (ot) $ N 62-58 W 3-11 UC Santa Barbara $ N 67-79 L * Big West Conference Games # Contra Costa Times Classic at California $ Big West Tournament in Anaheim 2005-06 > Coach: Staci Schulz Record: 10-20 Big West: 5-9 11-19 Brigham Young H 59-76 L

11-21 San Jose State H 62-76 11-25 Texas A&M # N 52-76 11-26 Eastern Michigan # N 69-59 11-27 Washington State # N 64-65 11-30 Eastern Washington A 61-69 12-2 Washington State A 55-68 12-9 USC A 69-97 12-19 Southeastern Louisiana H 73-52 12-21 Portland H 86-79 12-28 Santa Clara A 77-96 1-4 Pacific * A 56-58 1-7 Cal State Fullerton * A 61-87 1-9 UC Riverside * A 76-70 1-13 UC Irvine * H 57-47 1-15 Long Beach State * H 62-102 1-19 UC Davis A 68-79 1-26 UC Santa Barbara * H 51-54 1-28 Cal Poly * H 53-83 2-4 UC Davis H 55-66 2-11 UC Irvine * A 55-59 2-16 UC Riverside * A 58-65 2-18 Cal State Fullerton * H 78-69 2-23 Long Beach State * A 77-62 2-25 Pacific * H 80-59 3-2 Cal Poly * A 67-80 3-4 UC Santa Barbara * A 63-85 3-8 UC Irvine $ N 66-64 3-9 Cal State Fullerton $ N 74-70 3-10 UC Santa Barbara $ N 61-66 * Big West Conference Games # Rainbow Wahine Classic at Hawai’i $ Big West Tournament at Anaheim 2006-07 > Coach: Staci Schulz Record: 13-16 Big West: 9-5 11-10 San Diego H 77-95 11-12 Portland State H 77-67 11-17 San Jose State A 66-63 11-19 Colorado A 64-80 11-24 Saint Mary’s # (OT) A 91-100 11-25 Alabama # N 56-75 11-28 Pepperdine H 66-84 12-2 Santa Clara H 79-67 12-5 Hawai’i H 61-72 12-9 BYU A 48-55 12-17 Montana H 73-87 12-22 Michigan State (OT) H 69-73 12-30 Pacific * H 72-50 1-4 Cal State Fullerton * H 73-78 1-6 UC Riverside * H 69-60 1-11 UC Irvine * A 76-60 1-13 Long Beach State * A 73-63 1-18 UC Davis H 73-62 1-25 UC Santa Barbara * A 66-64 1-27 Cal Poly * A 72-78 2-1 Long Beach State * H 74-60 2-3 UC Irvine * H 80-63

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2-8 UC Riverside * A 70-81 2-10 Cal State Fullerton * A 79-86 2-17 UC Davis A 68-69 2-24 Pacific * A 72-51 3-1 Cal Poly * H 67-60 3-3 UC Santa Barbara H 79-90 3-8 Cal State Fullerton $ N 65-75 * Big West Conference Games # Hilton Conrad Thanksgiving Classic (Moraga, Calif.) $ Big West Tournament at Anaheim 2007-08 > Coach: Staci Schulz Record: 1-26 Big West: 0-16 11-9 Pepperdine A 38-70 11-11 San Diego A 50-79 11-14 UCLA H 69-81 11-16 Rice H 55-81 11-23 Portland State A 64-91 11-25 Portland A 65-86 11-30 San Jose State H 55-59 12-8 Montana A 52-87 12-19 Cal State Bakersfield H 65-69 12-30 Fresno State H 58-69 1-3 Cal Poly * H 66-78 1-5 UC Santa Barbara * H 44-88 1-10 UC Davis * A 60-76 1-12 Pacific * A 73-79 1-16 UC Riverside * H 48-67 1-26 Long Beach State * A 56-71 1-31 UC Irvine * A 55-70 2-2 Cal State Fullerton * A 55-59 2-7 Pacific * H 52-66 2-3 UC Davis * H 48-86 2-16 UC Riverside * A 51-71 2-21 Cal State Bakersfield A 73-72 2-23 Long Beach State * H 48-49 2-28 Cal State Fullerton * H 45-55 3-1 UC Irvine * H 61-65 3-6 UC Santa Barbara A 79-90 3-8 Cal Poly * A 55-71 * Big West Conference Games 2008-09 > Coach: Staci Schulz Record: 8-23 Big West: 4-12 11-14 Rice A 55-76 11-16 Prairie View A&M A 58-78 11-19 San Diego H 51-64 11-22 Cal State Bakersfield H 59-74 11-25 Alaska-Anchorage $ A 44-72 11-26 Jackson State $ N 65-73 11-30 UCLA A 53-96 12-7 San Jose State H 69-63 12-9 Fresno State A 29-68 12-19 UNLV # A 69-88 12-20 Southern Miss # N 68-73 12-22 Eastern Washington H 54-47

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12-28 Columbia H 74-64 W 1-2 Pacific * A 58-63 L 1-4 UC Davis * A 66-86 L 1-14 UC Riverside * H 62-72 L 1-17 Long Beach State*(OT) H 88-84 W 1-21 Cal State Fullerton * A 87-82 W 1-24 UC Irvine * A 46-48 L 1-28 UC Santa Barbara * H 58-75 L 1-31 Cal Poly * H 61-68 L 2-11 Long Beach State * A 50-63 L 2-14 UC Riverside * A 41-62 L 2-18 UC Irvine * H 53-57 L 2-21 Cal State Fullerton * H 78-67 W 2-26 Cal Poly * A 60-70 L 2-28 UC Santa Barbara * A 48-56 L 3-4 UC Davis * H 50-53 L 3-7 Pacific * H 70-61 W 3-11 UC Davis % N 64-56 W 3-12 Cal Poly % N 65-74 L * Big West Conference Games $ - Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) # - The Desert Draw (Las Vegas, NV) % - Big West Tournament (Anaheim, CA) 2009-10 > Coach: Staci Schulz Record: 4-24 Big West: 2-14 11-13 New Mexico State H 72-79 11-15 Prairie View A&M H 70-85 11-20 San Jose State A 62-61 11-24 San Diego A 54-90 11-27 Northern Colorado $ H 42-79 12-4 Eastern Washington A 50-68 12-6 Gonzaga A 47-80 12-20 Miami (OH) H 68-50 12-29 South Dakota H 46-47 1-2 Pacific * (OT) H 70-76 1-4 UC Davis * H 56-82 1-7 UC Irvine * A 64-69 1-11 Cal State Bakersfield H 71-91 1-14 UC Riverside * A 61-74 1-16 Cal State Fullerton * H 66-53 1-23 Cal Poly * H 60-73 1-28 Long Beach State A 49-65 1-30 UC Santa Barbara A 55-69 2-4 UC Riverside * H 53-75 2-6 Long Beach State * H 67-86 2-10 Seattle H 51-69 2/13 Cal State Fullerton * A 72-64 2/16 Arizona A 50-73 2/20 Cal Poly * A 78-100 2/24 UC Santa Barbara * H 54-67 2/27 UC Irvine * H 65-82 3-4 UC Davis * A 53-62 3-6 Pacific * (2OT) A 89-93 * Big West Conference Games $ - Warner Center Marriott Classic (Northridge, CA)

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2010-11 > Coach: Jason Flowers Record: 4-26 Big West: 4-12 11-17 Pepperdine H 74-108 11-19 Hawai’i $ A 58-66 11-20 Oregon State $ N 32-49 11-21 Eastern Michigan $ N 68-79 11-26 Wichita State # H 58-67 11-27 Chattanooga # H 68-74 11-30 LMU H 52-69 12-3 UTEP A 59-79 12-5 New Mexico St. A 59-66 12-8 Washington H 55-73 12-18 South Dakota A 62-71 12-20 Iowa State A 47-93 12-31 Pacific * A 74-68(OT) 1-2 UC Davis * A 56-78 1-5 Long Beach State * H 50-64 1-13 UC Riverside * A 53-64 1-15 Fullerton * A 67-75 1-19 San Diego H 50-66 1-22 Cal Poly * A 52-82 1-27 UC Irvine * H 53-59 1-29 UC Santa Barbara * H 48-71 2-3 UC Riverside * H 48-77 2-5 UC Irvine * A 82-72 2-9 Long Beach State A 64-74 2-12 Fullerton * H 71-65 2-17 Cal Poly * H 68-65 2-23 Bakersfield A 46-71 2-26 UC Santa Barbara * A 52-71 3-3 UC Davis * H 44-56 3-5 Pacific * H 49-63 * Big West Conference Games $ - Jack in the Box Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, Hawai’i) # - Holiday Inn Thanksgiving Basketball Classic 2010 (Northridge, Calif.)

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H TEAMHISTORY SERIES RECORD VS. CURRENT DIVISION-I OPPONENTS H, A, N - Record vs. Opponent at Home, Away or Neutral Sites S - Current Winning or Losing Streak vs. Opponent AIR FORCE > 2-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +2 12-6-80 N 55-53 W 12-28-96 H 56-41 W ALABAMA > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 11-25-06 N 56-75 L ARIZONA > 1-3 H: 0-0, A: 0-3, N: 1-0, S: -3 12-1-78 N 99-77 W 12-13-91 A 66-112 L 2-16-94 A 57-98 L 2-16-10 A 50-73 L ARIZONA STATE > 0-2 H: 0-0, A: 0-2, N: 0-0, S: -2 12-21-92 A 37-93 L 12-21-00 A 44-80 L ARMY > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 1-2-81 H 62-67 L BAYLOR > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 11-29-91 N 55-73 L BOISE STATE > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 1-4-84 H 54-69 L 12-16-89 A 38-77 L BRIGHAM YOUNG > 0-3 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-1, S: -3 11-27-93 N 51-102 L 11-19-05 H 59-76 L 12-9-06 A 48-55 L BUTLER > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 1-2-91 H 77-71 W CALIFORNIA > 2-4 H: 2-0, A: 0-2, N: 0-2, S: -4 12-20-77 H 84-82 W 3-3-79 H 73-71 W 12-10-79 A 66-87 L 1-4-80 N 58-71 L 12-2-00 N 63-75 L 12-4-04 A 67-77 L CAL POLY > 32-30 H: 16-13, A: 15-15, N: 1-2, S: +1 2-7-75 A 48-34 W 2-21-75 H 59-40 W

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3-6-76 1-29-77 2-25-77 1-5-78 2-3-78 2-24-78 1-19-79 2-9-79 2-1-80 2-29-80 1-16-81 2-14-81 1-16-82 2-11-82 1-21-83 2-19-83 1-26-84 2-11-84 1-17-85 2-16-85 1-16-86 2-15-86 1-31-87 2-21-87 1-30-88 2-20-88 11-19-88 1-21-89 2-11-89 1-11-90 2-22-90 3-1-90 2-3-94 2-1-95 2-11-95 1-19-96 2-17-96 1-27-98 12-19-98 1-15-02 2-8-02 1-18-03 2-13-03 1-24-04 2-19-04 1-22-05 2-17-05 1-28-06 3-2-06 1-27-07 3-1-07 1-3-08 3-8-08 1-31-09 2-26-09 3-12-09 1-23-10 2-20-10 1-22-11 2-17-11

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85-39 68-59 70-58 68-78 59-56 74-67 59-52 64-52 54-55 52-70 63-66 52-60 64-74 74-83 70-62 82-80 76-82 59-77 48-50 68-82 70-80 70-60 68-58 65-55 71-62 76-66 72-60 78-69 74-47 68-65 68-74 (ot) 71-64 82-66 83-101 53-60 63-56 49-75 86-75 (2ot) 84-74 59-69 78-72 54-67 62-54 64-74 67-46 69-67 83-81 (2ot) 53-83 67-80 72-78 67-60 66-78 55-71 61-68 60-70 65-74 60-73 78-100 52-82 68-65

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CS FULLERTON > 11-27 H: 6-13, A: 4-13, N: 1-1, S: +1 1-26-75 H 36-77 L 2-18-75 A 30-98 L 1-27-76 A 37-76 L 2-19-76 H 50-67 L 12-13-76 H 56-84 L 12-13-77 H 88-101 L 11-28-78 H 57-78* W 12-4-79 H 80-81 (ot) L 2-5-80 A 75-91 L 11-23-90 A 35-68 L 12-10-91 H 51-85 L 2-13-93 A 63-74 L 12-1-93 H 51-79 L 12-16-95 A 60-70 L 11-21-98 A 75-57 W 11-28-00 H 84-59 W 1-24-02 A 55-64 L 2-24-02 H 63-71 L 1-30-03 H 55-65 L 3-1-03 A 58-63 L 1-3-04 H 65-66 L 3-6-04 A 65-73 L 12-28-04 A 80-74 (2ot) W 3-5-05 H 55-69 L 1-7-06 A 61-87 L 2-18-06 H 78-69 W 3-9-06 N 74-70 W 1-4-07 H 73-78 L 2-10-07 A 79-86 L 3-8-07 N 65-75 L 2-2-08 A 55-59 L 2-28-08 H 45-55 L 1-21-09 A 87-82 W 2-21-09 H 78-67 W 1-16-10 H 66-53 W 2-13-10 A 72-64 W 1-14-11 A 67-75 L 2-12-11 H 71-65 W *Forfeit gives CSUN win CENTRAL CONN. ST. > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 11-25-95 N 61-56 W CHATTANOOGA > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 11-27-10 H 68-74 L CHICAGO STATE > 1-2 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 1-1, S: -2 1-4-83 N 98-58 W 1-7-93 A 54-60 L

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COLORADO > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 11-19-06 A 64-80 L COLORADO STATE > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 12-30-92 H 52-67 L 3-12-99 A 59-71 L COLUMBIA > 1-1 H: 1-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: +1 11-24-95 A 46-49 L 12-28-08 H 74-64 W CONNECTICUT > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-27-01 A 44-101 L DARTMOUTH > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 12-17-99 H 77-55 W DENVER > 0-3 H: 0-1, A: 0-2, N: 0-0, S: -3 11-16-84 A 67-85 L 12-6-02 A 56-85 L 12-28-03 H 75-87 L E. MICHIGAN > 1-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 1-1, S: -1 12-29-90 H 69-78 L 11-26-05 N 69-59 W 11-21-10 N 68-79 L E. WASHINGTON > 10-4 H: 7-0, A: 3-4, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-30-95 H 58-54 W 1-4-97 A 61-49 W 2-13-97 H 56-49 W 1-5-98 H 68-64 W 2-12-98 A 73-57 W 1-9-99 A 71-56 W 2-18-99 H 80-58 W 1-15-00 H 83-71 W 2-24-00 A 39-63 L 1-20-01 A 62-65 L 3-1-01 H 0-0 * T 11-19-04 H 69-66 W 11-30-05 A 61-69 L 12-22-08 H 54-47 W 12-4-09 A 50-68 L *-power outage resulted in tie FLA. ATLANTIC > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 3-10-89 N 68-54 W FRESNO STATE > 4-14 H: 1-6, A: 1-7, N: 2-1, S: -13 1-24-75 H 39-63 L

2-8-75 2-7-76 12-2-77 11-18-78 12-18-81 11-30-90 12-9-91 1-12-93 12-10-93 12-18-94 2-15-95 1-2-96 12-3-96 12-20-96 11-22-01 12-30-07 12-9-08

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GEORGIA STATE > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 11-27-98 H 83-55 W GONZAGA > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-6-09 A 47-80 L HAWAI’I > 0-3 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-1, S: -3 1-3-83 N 66-74 L 12-5-07 H 61-72 L 11-19-10 A 58-66 L IDAHO > 2-9 H: 2-2, A: 0-5, N: 0-2, S: +1 12-11-87 N 67-72 L 12-7-91 N 46-97 L 12-8-95 A 43-67 L 1-10-02 H 76-63 W 2-27-02 A 69-80 (ot) L 1-4-03 A 43-60 L 3-8-03 H 58-69 (ot) L 1-15-04 H 57-71 L 2-14-04 A 49-58 L 1-13-05 A 54-68 L 2-12-05 H 68-63 W IDAHO STATE > 4-9 H: 2-3, A: 0-6, N: 2-0, S: -2 12-15-89 A 55-75 L 2-8-91 N 66-52 W 1-23-97 H 47-51 L 3-1-97 A 49-70 L 1-22-98 A 68-78 L 2-28-98 H 65-70 L 1-4-99 A 64-73 (ot) L 1-28-99 H 78-48 W 1-9-00 H 82-53 W 2-3-00 A 66-72 L 3-9-00 N 70-62 W 1-13-01 A 60-78 L 2-8-01 H 59-75 L

ILLINOIS > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-21-99 A 69-88 L IONA > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 1-5-91 H 75-50 W IOWA > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 11-29-97 A 56-67 L IOWA STATE > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-20-11 A 47-93 L JACKSON STATE > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 11-26-08 N 65-73 L JAMES MADISON > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-28-90 H 47-85 L KANSAS > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 11-30-97 N 66-79 L KENTUCKY > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-31-94 H 52-74 L LONG BEACH ST. > 11-33 H: 5-14, A: 5-15, N: 1-4, S: -5 1963-64 H 26-48 L 1963-64 A 22-61 L 1964-65 A 26-46 L 1964-65 H 16-41 L 1965-66 A 32-33 L 1965-66 N 40-52 L 1966-67 A 32-28 W 1966-67 H 41-35 W 1967-68 A 23-58 L 1972-73 H 42-45 L 1972-73 A 28-64 L 2-27-75 N 52-61 L 3-4-76 H 60-75 L 12-18-76 N 66-83 L 1-7-77 N 74-73 W 1-11-77 A 74-97 L 2-22-77 H 77-75 W 3-10-77 N 68-78 L 2-28-78 H 48-72 L 12-13-78 A 48-72 L 1-18-95 A 67-85 L 12-19-95 H 72-75 L 11-26-96 A 56-65 L 12-7-97 H 69-66 W 1-18-02 H 62-83 L 2-17-02 A 65-84 L 1-23-03 A 59-72 L 2-22-03 H 66-75 L

1-10-04 2-5-04 1-8-05 2-3-05 1-15-06 2-23-06 1-13-07 2-1-07 1-26-08 2-23-08 1-17-09 2-11-09 1-28-10 2-6-10 1-5-11 2-9-11

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LOUISIANA STATE > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-31-90 H 52-70 L LOYOLA-CHICAGO > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 1-3-93 A 61-66 (ot) L

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MISSOURI ST. > 0-2 H: 0-2, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -2 1-14-82 H 67-78 L 12-2-90 H 58-79 L MONTANA > 3-10 H: 3-3, A: 0-7, N: 0-0, S: -3 1-11-97 H 40-66 L 2-6-97 A 36-63 L 1-10-98 A 38-75 L 2-5-98 H 48-71 L 1-16-99 H 70-62 W 2-11-99 A 71-77 L 1-21-00 A 46-60 L 2-17-00 H 65-49 W 3-11-00 A 53-66 L 1-27-01 H 57-54 W 2-23-01 A 55-74 L 12-17-06 H 73-87 L 12-8-07 A 52-87 L

LOY. MARYMOUNT > 3-11 H: 1-5, A: 2-5, N: 0-1, S: -5 11-23-82 A 70-66 W 12-16-83 H 53-59 L 12-19-90 A 69-57 W 1-9-92 H 48-54 L 12-1-92 A 36-67 L 1-6-94 A 52-79 L 1-5-95 H 60-75 L 1-22-96 A 58-64 L 11-22-97 H 75-63 W 12-1-98 A 71-74 L 12-3-00 N 59-75 L 1-2-03 H 60-70 L 12-2-04 A 50-62 L 11-30-10 H 52-69 L

NAVY > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 1-6-96 H 57-58 (ot) L

MARSHALL > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 11-24-01 N 58-76 L

NEBRASKA > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 1-4-92 H 53-85 L

MICHIGAN STATE > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-22-06 H 69-73(OT) L

NEVADA > 5-3 H: 2-0, A: 0-3, N: 3-0, S: -2 11-18-78 N 70-65 W 12-8-79 N 84-73 W 12-3-81 N 80-51 W 12-4-90 H 72-67 W 2-23-92 A 59-84 L 12-4-93 H 79-66 W 1-13-94 A 53-59 L 11-26-94 A 71-74 L

MIAMI (OHIO) > 1-1 H: 1-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 12-2-97 H 66-78 L 12-20-09 H 68-50 W MISSISSIPPI ST. > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -2 12-31-99 H 64-98 L 11-24-00 N 61-75 L MISSOURI-KC > 1-2 H: 1-0, A: 0-2, N: 0-0, S: -2

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NEW MEXICO ST. > 0-7 H: 0-3, A: 0-3, N: 0-1, S: -7 1-5-80 N 73-82 L 12-20-82 H 82-91 L 12-17-96 A 47-62 L

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CS BAKERSFIELD > 1-4 H: 0-3, A: 1-1, N: 0-0, S: -3 12-19-07 H 65-69 L 2-21-08 A 73-72 W 11-22-08 H 59-74 L 1-11-10 H 71-91 L 2-23-11 A 46-71 L

H TEAMHISTORY SERIES RECORD VS. CURRENT DIVISION-I OPPONENTS 12-16-01 11-27-02 11-13-09 12-5-10

A 71-85 H 56-77 H 72-79 A 59-66

L L L L

NEW ORLEANS > 1-1 H: 0-1, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 12-22-03 L 63-65 H 12-22-04 W 77-51 A NICHOLLS STATE > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 11-25-00 W 90-54 N NORTH TEXAS > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-4-86 L 58-74 A NORTHEASTERN > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 12-1-90 W 59-58 N N. ARIZONA > 7-15 H: 4-7, A: 3-7, N: 0-1, S: -5 12-14-91 A 76-91 L 2-27-92 H 78-59 W 12-11-92 A 59-53 W 12-21-92 H 74-52 W 1-2-94 H 52-63 L 2-2-94 A 37-63 L 12-3-94 H 70-79 L 12-2-95 A 37-95 L 2-1-97 A 61-64 L 2-27-97 H 49-69 L 1-31-98 H 50-63 L 2-26-98 A 52-80 L 3-6-98 N 49-61 L 12-30-98 H 66-63 W 2-6-99 A 56-44 W 3-5-99 H 83-68 W 1-6-00 A 57-49 W 2-12-00 H 52-67 L 1-11-01 H 53-55 L 2-17-01 A 56-58 L 12-1-02 H 64-79 L 12-15-03 A 55-68 L N. COLORADO > 1-2 H: 1-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 11-19-84 A 68-77 L 12-16-86 H 75-71 (ot) W 11-27-09 H 42-79 L NORTHERN IOWA > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-22-96 H 51-77 L NORTHWESTERN ST. > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 12-1-91 N 51-104 L OAKLAND > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1

11-14-98 H 83-72 W ORAL ROBERTS > 1-1 H: 1-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: +1 1-14-95 A 56-64 L 12-22-98 H 70-55 W OREGON STATE > 1-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-1, S: -1 11-29-96 N 62-53 W 11-20-10 N 32-49 L PACIFIC > 9-15 H: 6-6, A: 3-9, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-5-92 H 39-69 L 1-25-94 A 52-73 L 12-29-94 A 41-76 L 12-28-95 H 44-75 L 1-30-02 A 51-90 L 2-3-02 H 60-92 L 1-11-03 H 57-50 W 2-8-03 A 48-69 L 1-31-04 A 73-82 L 2-28-04 H 64-61 (ot) W 1-27-05 H 73-50 W 2-24-05 A 63-57 W 1-4-06 A 56-58 L 2-25-06 H 80-59 W 12-30-06 H 72-50 W 2-24-07 A 72-51 W 1-12-08 A 73-79 L 2-7-08 H 52-66 L 1-2-09 A 58-63 L 3-7-09 H 70-61 W 1-2-09 H 70-76(OT) L 3-6-10 A 89-93(2OT)L 12-31-10 A 74-68(OT) L 3-5-11 H 49-63 L PEPPERDINE > 3-22 H: 2-8, A: 1-13, N: 0-1, S: -7 3-3-78 A 58-55 W 12-16-78 H 63-66 L 2-12-79 A 60-71 L 12-28-79 H 52-78 L 1-26-80 A 62-90 L 2-10-81 A 65-108 L 12-9-89 A 62-79 L 11-27-90 H 68-62 W 12-3-91 A 55-77 L 12-15-92 H 59-66 L 2-9-93 A 72-80 L 12-21-93 H 46-82 L 12-6-94 H 39-67 L 2-6-95 A 65-77 L 12-5-95 A 54-81 L 12-13-97 H 63-72 L 12-9-98 A 86-90 L 11-20-99 H 69-62 W 12-17-00 A 68-94 L 1-2-02 H 48-64 L 12-16-02 A 49-92 L

12-5-04 11-28-06 11-9-07 11-17-10

N H A H

42-63 66-84 38-70 74-108

L L L L

PORTLAND > 2-4 H: 2-0, A: 0-3, N: 0-1, S: -1 1-7-88 A 50-68 L 11-30-96 A 55-81 L 12-16-96 N 33-86 L 11-16-98 H 74-55 W 12-21-05 H 86-79 W 11-25-07 A 65-86 L PORTLAND STATE > 10-10 H: 5-4, A: 4-4, N: 1-2, S: -1 1-3-80 N 75-73 W 1-6-88 A 92-86 W 1-25-91 N 37-77 L 2-9-91 N 62-82 L 2-22-91 H 67-69 L 1-2-97 A 53-57 L 2-15-97 H 51-53 L 1-3-98 H 62-57 W 2-14-98 A 65-68 L 1-7-99 A 75-65 W 2-20-99 H 71-67 W 3-6-99 H 79-65 W 1-13-00 H 70-47 W 2-25-00 A 50-48 W 1-18-01 A 63-60 W 3-3-01 H 52-54 L 12-18-01 A 56-60 L 11-22-02 H 60-71 L 11-12-06 H 77-67 W 11-23-07 A 64-91 L PRAIRIE VIEW A&M > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 11-16-08 A 58-78 L 11-15-09 H 70-85 L RICE > 0-3 H: 0-2, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -3 12-18-92 H 63-72 L 11-16-07 H 55-81 L 11-14-08 A 55-76 L SACRAMENTO ST. > 16-18 H: 8-6, A: 5-10, N: 3-2, S: +8 1976 N 74-63 W 1-7-78 N 76-64 W 1-6-82 A 94-73 W 12-7-82 H 83-71 W 11-28-83 H 68-62 W 12-29-84 N 60-54 W 2-20-86 H 71-63 W 12-29-86 A 49-51 L 12-21-87 A 57-67 L 1-11-89 H 72-54 W 12-30-89 A 56-75 L 1-26-91 A 55-75 L

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11-30-91 1-14-92 2-22-92 1-16-93 1-30-93 1-15-94 2-19-94 1-28-95 2-25-95 12-9-95 2-10-96 2-24-96 1-16-97 2-22-97 1-14-98 2-21-98 1-21-99 2-27-99 1-26-00 3-4-00 1-6-01 2-1-01

N H A H A A H A H N H A A H H A A H H A H A

50-74 43-64 49-80 48-86 46-68 64-84 56-65 55-70 55-84 58-72 58-69 75-80 49-68 42-51 73-62 60-58 75-52 93-59 76-52 70-67 88-62 75-70

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W W W W W W

SAINT MARY’S > 1-7 H: 0-1, A: 0-5, N: 1-1, S: -7 12-19-81 N 95-63 W 1-5-83 A 66-69 L 12-7-85 N 61-62 L 11-24-89 A 56-71 L 11-26-93 A 47-79 L 12-18-02 A 59-67 L 11-23-03 H 45-51 L 11-24-06 A 91-100(OT)L SAN DIEGO > 4-13 H: 2-6, A: 1-7, N: 1-0, S: -5 1-24-81 A 73-63 W 2-6-81 H 59-50 W 2-6-82 H 66-71 L 12-4-82 N 91-66 W 12-21-83 A 45-62 L 11-24-84 H 52-65 L 12-22-90 A 54-61 L 12-18-93 A 56-72 L 1-7-95 H 54-71 L 1-9-96 A 40-75 L 12-11-99 A 55-81 L 12-9-00 H 75-54 W 11-10-06 H 77-95 L 11-11-07 A 50-79 L 11-19-08 H 51-64 L 11-24-09 A 54-90 L 1-19-11 H 50-66 L SAN DIEGO ST. > 3-9 H: 3-2, A: 0-6, N: 0-1, S: +1 1-31-76 A 46-51 L 2-21-76 H 52-32 W 2-14-78 H 76-70 (ot) W 2-6-79 A 65-74 L 11-27-79 H 36-68 L 12-18-80 N 47-70 L

11-26-83 12-8-87 2-19-91 1-11-92 12-28-02 12-6-03

H 65-95 L A 48-81 L A 60-70 L A 41-97 L A 54-75 L H 71-52 W

SAN FRANCISCO > 0-3 H: 0-0, A: 0-3, N: 0-0, S: -3 12-17-90 A 47-66 L 1-26-94 A 44-69 L 11-30-01 A 69-95 L SAN JOSE STATE > 3-7 H: 1-4, A: 2-3, N: 0-0, S: +2 12-30-93 H 62-73 L 12-28-94 A 65-90 L 12-14-96 A 59-63 L 11-24-02 A 51-76 L 11-21-03 H 54-71 L 11-21-05 H 62-76 L 11-17-06 A 66-63 W 11-30-07 H 55-59 L 12-7-08 H 69-63 W 11-20-09 A 62-61 W SANTA CLARA > 1-6 H: 1-1, A: 0-5, N: 0-0, S: -6 12-16-90 A 52-70 L 1-11-93 A 61-96 L 12-16-94 A 51-95 L 1-4-96 H 64-84 L 12-29-01 A 58-103 L 12-28-05 A 77-96 L 12-2-06 H 79-67 W

2-2-91 2-16-91 1-24-92 1-25-92 2-15-92 2-6-93 2-24-93 2-12-94 1-21-95 2-18-95 3-10-95 1-27-96 2-22-96 3-1-96 1-25-97

H A A A H A H A H A A A H H H

76-75 (ot) W 73-81 L 56-60 L 63-71 L 63-66 L 69-87 L 51-59 L 52-85 L 50-74 L 50-74 L 54-72 L 39-71 L 50-80 L 57-73 L 53-66 L

STANFORD > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -1 1-6-79 A 69-98 L SYRACUSE > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 11-19-01 H 57-80 L TEXAS A&M > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 11-25-05 N 52-76 L TEXAS-ARLINGTON > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 12-1-86 A 78-91 L 11-14-97 H 50-66 L

SEATTLE > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 2-10-10 H 51-69 L

TEXAS-EL PASO > 1-3 H: 0-0, A: 0-2, N: 1-1, S: -1 12-12-87 N 35-57 L 1-15-96 A 43-75 L 11-27-99 N 71-49 W 12-3-10 A 59-79 L

SOUTH DAKOTA > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 12-29-09 H 46-47 L 12-18-10 A 62-71 L

TEXAS STATE > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -2 11-24-90 N 52-60 L 12-21-94 N 45-64 L

SE LOUISIANA > 2-0 H: 1-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-0, S: +2 12-20-04 A 59-52 W 12-19-05 H 73-52 W

TOWSON > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 12-28-99 H 75-58 W

SOUTHERN MISS > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 12-20-08 N 68-73 L SOUTHERN UTAH > 3-18 H: 3-6, A: 0-12, N: 0-0, S: -14 12-28-84 A 66-72 L 12-14-85 H 73-61 W 12-28-85 A 63-67 L 11-27-87 A 67-78 L 1-6-90 A 69-79 L 2-1-91 H 67-54 W

UC DAVIS > 10-14 H: 4-6, A: 4-8, N: 2-0, S: -4 12-5-80 A 52-70 L 12-31-80 H 49-65 L 12-4-81 A 71-69 W 12-3-82 A 68-66 W 12-29-83 H 74-54 W 11-22-85 A 78-73 W 12-6-85 N 82-74 W 3-8-86 H 68-57 W 12-22-87 A 52-66 L 1-31-05 H 65-54 W 2-26-05 A 76-68 (ot) W

H

A H H A A H A H N H A A H

68-79 L 55-66 L 73-62 W 68-69 L 60-76 L 48-86 L 66-86 L 50-53 L 64-56 W 56-82 L 53-62 L 56-78 L 44-56 L

UC IRVINE > 18-20 H: 7-9, A: 10-11, N: 1-0, S: +1 1-19-77 A 69-41 W 2-3-77 H 113-46 W 1-14-78 A 88-64 W 1-26-78 H 72-53 W 1-16-79 A 71-52 W 2-16-79 H 93-57 W 1-15-80 A 74-70 W 2-26-80 H 62-68 L 1-23-81 A 67-53 W 2-7-81 H 68-76 L 12-12-81 A 62-66 L 12-8-90 A 57-76 L 12-6-91 A 64-74 L 12-29-92 A 58-57 W 3-1-95 A 49-73 L 12-4-99 A 65-55 W 11-18-00 H 48-71 L 1-20-02 H 62-76 L 2-15-02 A 52-67 L 1-25-03 A 46-62 L 2-20-03 H 54-58 L 1-8-04 H 56-50 W 2-7-04 A 48-63 L 1-6-05 H 81-61 W 2-5-05 A 68-58 W 1-13-06 H 57-47 W 2-11-06 A 55-59 L 3-8-06 N 66-64 W 1-11-07 A 76-60 W 2-3-07 H 80-63 W 1-31-08 A 55-70 L 3-1-08 H 61-65 L 1-24-09 A 46-48 L 2-18-09 H 53-57 L 1-7-10 A 64-69 L 2-27-10 H 65-82 L 1-27-11 H 53-59 L 2-5-11 A 82-72 W UCLA > 0-9 H: 0-5, A: 0-4, N: 0-0, S: -9 2-3-75 H 27-77 L 2-12-75 A 32-85 L 1-24-76 H 54-81 L 3-1-77 H 55-98 L 12-29-91 A 47-107 L

12-21-02 12-17-03 11-14-07 11-30-08

A 49-88 H 66-74 H 69-81 A 53-96

SERIES RECORD VS. CURRENT DIVISION-I OPPONENTS

1-19-06 2-4-06 1-18-07 2-17-07 1-10-08 2-9-08 1-4-09 3-4-09 3-11-09 1-4-10 3-4-10 1-2-11 3-3-11

L L L L

UC RIVERSIDE > 22-26 H: 12-11, A: 8-15, N: 2-0, S: -9 1-22-75 A 65-41 W 2-14-75 H 74-58 W 11-30-79 A 92-47 W 1-25-80 H 91-75 W 1-30-81 H 81-69 W 2-27-81 A 94-88 W 1-21-82 H 85-87 L 2-13-82 A 68-88 L 1-28-83 H 67-65 W 2-12-83 A 75-86 L 1-21-84 A 63-84 L 2-16-84 H 78-74 W 1-24-85 H 67-81 L 2-9-85 A 63-75 L 12-27-85 N 72-63 W 1-23-86 A 60-59 W 2-8-86 H 80-57 W 1-16-87 A 55-59 L 2-6-87 H 75-59 W 1-23-88 A 69-75 L 2-13-88 H 72-65 W 2-4-89 H 68-72 L 2-25-89 A 74-44 W 1-27-90 H 89-79 W 2-17-90 A 47-56 L 12-7-99 H 88-62 W 2-10-01 A 64-71 L 1-26-02 A 68-71 L 2-22-02 H 61-63 L 2-1-03 H 69-59 W 2-27-03 A 51-57 L 1-5-04 H 64-66 L 3-4-04 A 75-66 W 12-30-04 A 56-44 W 3-3-05 H 55-63 L 3-10-05 N 62-58 (ot) W 1-9-06 A 76-70 W 2-16-06 H 58-65 L 1-6-07 H 69-60 W 2-8-07 A 70-81 L 1-16-08 H 48-67 L 2-16-08 A 51-71 L 1-14-09 H 62-72 L 2-14-09 A 41-62 L 1-14-10 A 61-74 L 2-4-10 H 53-75 L 1-13-11 A 53-64 L 2-3-11 H 48-77 L UC SANTA BARB. > 11-36 H: 5-15, A: 4-17, N: 2-4, S: -9 1-15-75 H 52-60 L 1975-76 A 55-64 L 12-17-76 N 82-59 W 1-21-77 A 72-75 (2ot) L

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H TEAMHISTORY SERIES RECORD VS. CURRENT DIVISION-I OPPONENTS 2-8-77 12-3-77 12-16-77 1-19-78 2-10-78 1-25-79 2-20-79 12-15-79 1-29-80 2-22-80 1-17-81 2-13-81 12-5-81 12-29-81 12-30-82 12-1-84 12-18-91 1-20-93 12-28-93 12-9-94 2-14-96 1-6-02 2-10-02 1-7-03 1-16-03 1-22-04 2-21-04 1-20-05 2-19-05 3-11-05 1-26-06 3-4-06 3-10-06 1-25-07 3-3-08 1-5-08 3-6-08 1-28-09 2-28-09 1-30-10 2-24-10 1-29-11 2-26-11

H N N A H A H A H A A H N H A H A H A A H A H A H H A H A N H A N A H H A H A A H H A

75-73 75-76 76-74 59-56 75-67 76-68 54-64 75-61 54-52 69-89 61-73 55-62 72-79 72-69 50-62 65-61 68-96 60-71 48-85 47-91 54-79 60-105 53-80 41-73 43-77 71-72 48-64 74-86 46-74 67-79 51-54 63-85 61-66 66-64 79-90 44-88 58-71 58-75 48-56 55-69 54-67 48-71 52-71

W L W W W W L W W L L L L W L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L

UNLV > 1-2 H: 0-0, A: 1-2, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-2-78 A 61-96 L

12-19-00 A 12-19-08 A

84-69 W 69-88 L

USC > 10-16 H: 6-3, A: 3-9, N: 1-4, S: -11 1970-71 A 31-42 L 1970-71 H 31-27 W 1971-72 H 36-31 W 1971-72 A 53-23 W 1972-73 A 61-34 W 1972-73 H 39-35 W 1973-74 A 39-56 L 1-13-75 H 56-39 W 2-28-75 N 51-68 L 2-5-76 H 52-53 L 2-24-76 A 61-62 L 12-18-76 N 84-73 W 1-27-77 A 77-69 W 2-14-77 H 76-71 W 12-6-77 H 81-80 W 1-21-78 A 63-73 L 11-16-78 N 67-106 L 2-24-79 H 58-71 L 12-28-91 N 38-92 L 2-21-93 H 36-78 L 12-7-93 A 31-95 L 3-5-95 A 46-79 L 12-20-97 N 60-67 L 12-12-98 A 68-77 L 12-4-01 A 54-96 L 12-9-05 A 69-97 L UTAH STATE > 1-3 H: 1-1, A: 0-2, N: 0-0, S: +1 1-17-04 H 63-69 L 2-12-04 A 71-76 L 1-15-05 A 57-61 L 2-10-05 H 63-52 W VILLANOVA > 0-1 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-1, S: -1 11-26-99 N 52-72 L VIRGINIA > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-29-00 H 69-75 L

VA. COMMONWEALTH > 1-0 H: 0-0, A: 0-0, N: 1-0, S: +1 12-21-97 N 71-58 W WASHINGTON > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 12-8-10 H 55-73 L WASHINGTON ST. > 0-2 H: 0-0, A: 0-1, N: 0-1, S: -2 11-27-05 N 64-65 L 12-2-05 A 55-68 L WEBER STATE > 7-6 H: 4-2, A: 2-4, N: 1-0, S: -1 12-22-78 H 84-81 W 11-30-94 A 45-92 L 1-18-97 A 59-76 L 2-20-97 H 39-61 L 1-15-98 H 53-43 W 2-19-98 A 62-60 W 3-5-98 N 73-69 W 1-23-99 A 63-74 L 2-25-99 H 60-47 W 1-27-00 H 59-61 L 3-2-00 A 75-72 (ot) W 1-4-01 H 70-63 W 2-3-01 A 53-67 L WICHITA STATE > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 11-26-10 H 58-67 L

COACHING RECORDS

OVERALL W L PCT

CONFERENCE W L PCT

WRIGHT STATE > 1-0 H: 1-0, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: +1 12-17-04 H 84-74 W

COACH Judy Brame (1974-79, 80-83)

8

101 90

.529

WYOMING > 0-2 H: 0-1, A: 0-1, N: 0-0, S: -2 12-22-02 H 75-97 L 12-30-03 A 53-72 L

Leslie Trapnell (1979-80)

1

17 18

.486

Leslie Milke (1983-90)

7

100 94

.515

Janet Martin (1990-91)

2

10 26

.278

Kim Chandler (1991-95)

4

12 84

.125

0

6

.000

Michael Abraham (1995-98)

3

23 59

.280

12 26

.316

Frozena Jerro (1998-02)

4

48 41

.539*

29 18

.615*

Paula Nirschl, Ken Turner (2001-02) 1

2 19

.095

2 14

.125

YALE > 0-1 H: 0-1, A: 0-0, N: 0-0, S: -1 11-25-98 H 64-74 L

YEARS

{ KATIE HOLLOWAY }

3

.485

7

.300

43 41

.512

Tammy Holder (2002-05)

3

27 55

.329

19 33

.365

Staci Schulz (2005-10)

5

36 109

.248

20 56

.263

Jason Flowers (2010-)

1

4 26

.133

4 12

.250

TOTALS

37

+380 621

+Record includes forfeit win over CS Fullerton in 1978-79 *Record includes tie against Eastern Washington in 2000-01

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.380*

164 247

.399*

H

SCAA > 1980-81 Tracey Burns CCAA > 1981-82 Patricia De La Riva CCAA > 1982-83 Allison Hazeltine Michelle Meaney

Second Team

First Team First Team

Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

CCAA > 1984-85 Regan O’Hara Diana Ayala Lori Costello

Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

CCAA > 1986-87 Denise Sitton Julie Middleton Kathleen Dixon CCAA > 1987-88 Marianne Dixon CCAA > 1988-89 Chris Cavalin Bridgette Ealy Julie Arlotto Vicki Mallett CCAA > 1989-90 Julie Arlotto

ALL-AMERICANS > First Team First Team Honorable Mention

Edniesha Curry

BIG SKY > 1999-2000 Lynda Amari Neda Milic

Ofa Tulikihihifo

First Team First Team

BIG SKY > 2000-01 LaShaunda Fowler Monica Hernandez Kristi Rose

Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

BIG WEST > 2001-02 Jenny Shetters Sha’Tasha Allen

Second Team Honorable Mention

First Team Second Team Honorable Mention

Second Team

First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

BIG WEST > 2003-04 Ofa Tulikihihifo Brezya Rhodes BIG WEST > 2004-05 Ofa Tulikihihifo LaJoyce King Katie Holloway

Ofa Tulikihihifo Katie Holloway First Team Jamie McCaa

AMERICA WEST > 1994-95 Carrie Dormire First Team Maureen Batiste Second Team Pam Karbowski Second Team/Freshman of the Year AMERICA WEST > 1995-96 Carrie Dormire First Team Tammie Mills Second Team Maureen Batiste Honorable Mention Pam Karbowski Honorable Mention Sherry Ramirez Honorable Mention BIG SKY > 1997-98 Edniesha Curry First Team/Outstanding Freshman Tammie Mills Honorable Mention

1986-87 (CCAA)

Denise Sitton

1988-89 (CCAA) Chris Cavalin, Bridgette Ealy 1989-90 (CCAA)

First Team Honorable Mention All-Freshman Team

First Team Hustle Player of the Year First Team Honorable Mention Sixth Woman of the Year Honorable Mention

Sandi Olson

1997-98 (BSC)

Edniesha Curry

1998-99 (BSC)

Edniesha Curry (MVP)

1998-99 (BSC)

Lynda Amari

1999-00 (BSC)

Neda Milic

2004-05 (BWC)

Ofa Tulikihihifo

2005-06 (BWC)

LaJoyce King

2008-09 (BWC)

Tonicia Tademy

ALL-DISTRICT > 1986-87

Denise Sitton

ALL-INDEPENDENT > 1993-94

Michelle Esparza

ALL-WEST REGIONAL TOURNAMENT >

BIG WEST > 2007-08 Katie Holloway

Second Team

BIG WEST > 2008-09 Tonicia Tademy Jasmine Erving

Honorable Mention All-Freshmen Team

BIG WEST > 2009-10 Jasmine Erving Katrina Thompson Janelle Nomura

Second Team Honorable Mention All-Freshmen Team

BIG WEST > 2010-11 Jasmine Erving

{ OFA TULIKIHIHIFO } CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS >

First Team Honorable Mention

BIG WEST > 2005-06 Jamie McCaa Honorable Mention Katie Holloway Sixth Woman of the Year BIG WEST > 2006-07 LaJoyce King

WomensCollegeHoops.com

Freshmen All-American Team

BIG WEST > 2002-03 Ofa Tulikihihifo First Team, All-Freshman Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

Women’s Basketball Journal

Freshmen All-American Team

First Team

CCAA > 1983-84 Darleen Branigan Denise Sitton

CCAA > 1985-86 Tara Flanagan Lori Costello Denise Sitton

BIG SKY > 1998-99 Lynda Amari Edniesha Curry Tina Greer

HONORS

1988-89

Julie Arlotto

DISTRICT VIII ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM > 1981-82

Patricia De La Riva

COACHING HONORS >

Second Team

1985-86 West Region Coach of the Year

Leslie Milke

1985-86 CCAA Coach of the Year

Leslie Milke

1988-89 CCAA Coach of the Year

Leslie Milke

1998-99 Big Sky Coach of the Year

Frozena Jerro

2004-05 Big West Coach of the Year

Tammy Holder

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SERIES RECORD VS. CURRENT DIVISION-I OPPONENTS // COACHING RECORDS // ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS // HONORS

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS

H TEAMHISTORY SEASON LEADERS GAMES PLAYED > NAME 1. Tracey Burns Patricia De La Riva Arnetta Robinson 4. Teri Gallus Nancy Katayama 6. Joyce Rotheram 7. Pam Spencer 8. Whitney Ligon Katrina Thompson Ashley Blake Tonicia Tademy Analee Viena-Lota GAMES STARTED > NAME 1. Tonicia Tademy 2. Julie Arlotto Bridgette Ealy 4. LaJoyce King Jamilah Jones Julie Arlotto Tara Flanagan Renee Loch Denise Sitton 10. Analee Viena-Lota Edniesha Curry Denna Mulverhill LaShaunda Fowler Keisha Harris

YEAR 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09

YEAR 2008-09 1988-89 1988-89 2004-05 1998-99 1989-90 1985-86 1985-86 1985-86 2010-11 1998-99 1989-90 1999-00 1999-00

{ CASSANDRA MARKOVICH }

G 31 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 29 30 29 29 28 28

GP 35 35 35 34 34 33 32 31 31 31 31 31

GS 31 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 29 28 28 28 28 28

MINUTES > NAME 1. Tonicia Tademy 2. Edniesha Curry 3. Jamie McCaa 4. Monica Hernandez 5. Analee Viena-Lota 6. Julie Arlotto 7. Brezya Rhodes 8. Julie Arlotto 9. LaJoyce King 10. Whitney Ligon

YEAR 2008-09 1997-98 2006-07 2000-01 2010-11 1989-90 2002-03 1988-89 2004-05 2008-09

G 31 28 28 27 30 29 27 30 29 31

MIN 1,123 964 942 938 929 925 924 921 900 885

POINTS > NAME 1. Edniesha Curry 2. Denise Sitton 3. Edniesha Curry Joyce Rotheram 5. Patricia De La Riva 6. Paula Moran 7. Jasmine Erving 8. Ofa Tulikihihifo 9. Michelle Meaney 10. Ofa Tulikihihifo

YEAR 1998-99 1986-87 1997-98 1979-80 1981-82 1978-79 2010-11 2004-05 1981-82 2003-04

G 29 27 28 33 29 28 30 23 29 26

PTS 533 527 477 477 466 462 447 443 435 427

SCORING AVERAGE > NAME YEAR 1. Denise Sitton 1986-87 2. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2004-05 3. Edniesha Curry 1998-99 4. Edniesha Curry 1997-98 5. Paula Moran 1978-79 6. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2003-04 7. Patricia De La Riva 1981-82 8. Michelle Meaney 1982-83 9. Michelle Esparza 1993-94 10. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2006-07

G 27 23 29 28 28 26 29 24 16 26

PTS AVG 527 19.5 443 19.3 533 18.4 477 17.0 460 16.5 427 16.4 466 16.1 380 15.8 251 15.7 394 15.2

FIELD GOALS > NAME 1. Patricia De La Riva 2. Joyce Rotheram 3. Denise Sitton 4. Paula Moran 5. Edniesha Curry 6. Michelle Meaney 7. Ofa Tulikihihifo 8. Ofa Tulikihihifo 9. Jasmine Erving 10. Tracey Burns

YEAR 1981-82 1979-80 1986-87 1978-79 1998-99 1981-82 2004-05 2003-04 2010-11 1979-80

G 29 33 27 28 29 29 23 26 30 35

FG 211 208 205 199 186 181 180 179 177 169

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > NAME 1. Patricia De La Riva 2. Joyce Rotheram 3. Denise Sitton 4. Edniesha Curry 5. Edniesha Curry 6. Jasmine Erving 7. Denise Sitton

YEAR 1981-82 1979-80 1986-87 1998-99 1997-98 2010-11 1983-84

G 29 33 27 29 28 30 27

FGA 463 457 449 444 439 412 396

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8. Paula Moran 9. Ofa Tulikihihifo 10. Ofa Tulikihihifo

1978-79 2004-05 2003-04

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > NAME (Min. 50 FGA) YEAR G 1. Katie Holloway 2006-07 19 2. Paula Moran 1977-78 26 3. Katie Holloway 2007-08 26 4. Renee Loch 1985-86 29 5. Paula Lucas 1988-89 29 6. Jenny Shetters 2001-02 25 7. Paula Moran 1978-79 28 8. Katie Holloway 2005-06 30 9. LaJoyce King 2006-07 26 10. Michelle Meaney 1982-83 24

28 23 26 FG-FGA 64-98 158-280 138-249 115-208 89-166 130-247 199-383 97-188 108-210 167-328

383 374 373 PCT .653 .564 .554 .553 .536 .526 .519 .516 .514 .509

3-POINT FIELD GOALS > NAME YEAR 1. Edniesha Curry 1998-99 2. Edniesha Curry 1997-98 3. Ashley Blake 2008-09 Krisztina Fuleki 2006-07 5. Carrie Dormire 1995-96 6. Denise Cardenas 2001-02 7. Whitney Ligon 2007-08 8. Carrie Dormire 1994-95 9. Lisa Vaillancourt 1996-97 10. Jamie McCaa 2006-07

G 29 28 31 29 27 26 27 27 26 28

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > NAME YEAR 1. Edniesha Curry 1997-98 2. Ashley Blake 2008-09 3. Edniesha Curry 1998-99 4. Denise Cardenas 2001-02 5. Krisztina Fuleki 2006-07 6. Lisa Vaillancourt 1996-97 7. Carrie Dormire 1995-96 8. Whitney Ligon 2008-09 9. Whitney Ligon 2007-08 10. Edniesha Curry 1999-00

G 3-FGA 28 199 31 184 29 170 26 168 29 165 26 162 27 158 31 154 27 149 16 123

3-FG 66 65 57 57 50 48 45 42 41 40

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > NAME (Min. 20 3FGA) YEAR G 3FG-A 1. Megan Ching 2005-06 30 16-33 2. Jody Bittner 1991-92 26 12-25 3. Kristen Brinkema 1987-88 27 25-57 4. Cassandra Markovich 2005-06 24 14-32 5. Kris Waldorf 1992-93 26 28-66 6. Lynda Amari 1998-99 29 35-85 7. Katrina Thompson 2009-10 27 37-91 8. Brezya Rhodes 2003-04 26 10-25 9. Edniesha Curry 1998-99 29 66-170 10. Carrie Dormire 1994-95 26 42-111

PCT .485 .480 .439 .438 .424 .412 .407 .400 .388 .378

FREE THROWS > NAME 1. LaJoyce King 2. Regan O’Hara 3. Julie Arlotto 4. Denise Sitton 5. Brezya Rhodes Chris Cavalin 7. Regan O’Hara 8. LaJoyce King 9. LaJoyce King Whitney Ligon

FT 138 133 118 117 116 116 114 110 102 102

YEAR 2006-07 1985-86 1988-89 1986-87 2002-03 1988-89 1984-85 2004-05 2005-06 2008-09

G 26 29 30 27 27 27 24 29 30 31

H

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > NAME (Min. 20 FTA) YEAR G 1. Joyce Rotheram 1979-80 33 2. Jamie McCaa 2006-07 28 3. Brezya Rhodes 2003-04 26 4. Lynda Amari 1999-00 28 5. Leslie Milke 1977-78 21 6. Tara Flanagan 1985-86 29 7. Jamie McCaa 2005-06 30 8. Jamie McCaa 2004-05 26 Edniesha Curry 1998-99 29 10. Janelle Nomura 2010-11 17 Michelle Meaney 1981-82 29 REBOUNDS > NAME 1. Pam Spencer 2. LaJoyce King 3. Denise Sitton 4. Michelle Meaney Chris Cavalin 6. Paula Moran Denise Sitton 8. Regan O’Hara 9. Regan O’Hara 10. Ofa Tulikihihifo

YEAR 1979-80 2006-07 1983-84 1981-82 1988-89 1978-79 1986-87 1984-85 1985-86 2003-04

REBOUND AVERAGE > NAME YEAR 1. LaJoyce King 2006-07 Regan O’Hara 1984-85 3. Denise Sitton 1983-84 4. Chris Cavalin 1988-89 5. Denise Sitton 1986-87 6. Paula Moran 1978-79 7. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2004-05 Michelle Meaney 1981-82 9. Pam Spencer 1979-80 10. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2003-04 ASSISTS > NAME 1. Tonicia Tademy 2. Monica Hernandez 3. Vicki Mallett 4. Renee Loch 5. Edniesha Curry 6. Bridgette Ealy

G 26 24 27 27 27 28 23 29 32 26

YEAR 2008-09 2000-01 1986-87 1985-86 1997-98 1990-91

G 26 29 35 26 30 27 27 24 30 27 30

FTA 189 183 168 161 158 154 153 153 152 150 150

FT-A 61-69 56-69 68-81 63-76 64-78 54-66 55-68 81-104 95-118 73-92 73-92

PCT .884 .855 .840 .829 .821 .818 .809 .805 .805 .793 .793

G 32 26 27 29 27 28 27 24 29 26

REB 294 284 277 270 270 265 265 261 241 235

REB AVG 284 10.9 261 10.9 { MONICA HERNANDEZ } 277 10.3 270 10.0 7. Shelli Mosby 1981-82 265 9.8 8. Tonicia Tademy 2007-08 265 9.5 9. Jamie McCaa 2006-07 214 9.3 10. Megan Ching 2005-06 270 9.3 Joyce Rotheram 1979-80 294 9.2 235 9.0 BLOCKED SHOTS > NAME YEAR 1. Pam Spencer 1979-80 G ASST 2. Crystal Hahs 2007-08 31 204 3. Denise Sitton 1986-87 27 135 4. Jasmine Erving 2010-11 27 125 Keisha Harris 1999-00 29 119 Katie Holloway 2007-08 28 118 7. Jasmine Erving 2009-10 25 116 Crystal Hahs 2005-06

SEASON LEADERS

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS > NAME YEAR 1. LaJoyce King 2006-07 2. Regan O’Hara 1985-86 3 Tracey Burns 1979-80 4. Katie Holloway 2007-08 5. Julie Arlotto 1988-89 6. Denise Sitton 1986-87 7. Chris Cavalin 1988-89 Regan O’Hara 1984-85 9. LaJoyce King 2005-06 10. Brezya Rhodes 2002-03 Bridgette Ealy 1988-89

24 27 28 30 33

113 110 109 108 108

G BLKS 32 93 27 76 27 43 30 36 28 36 26 36 27 34 30 34

9. Jamsine Erving Carrie Dormire

2008-09 1993-94

31 25

33 33

STEALS > NAME 1. Bridgette Ealy 2. Renee Loch 3. Denise Sitton 4. Denise Sitton 5. Tina Greer 6. Vicki Mallett 7. Ofa Tulikihihifo 8. LaShaunda Fowler 9. Darleen Branigan 10. Lynda Amari Bridgette Ealy

YEAR 1988-89 1985-86 1983-84 1986-87 1998-99 1987-88 2003-04 2000-01 1983-84 1998-99 1990-91

G 30 29 27 27 28 26 26 26 27 29 25

S 84 79 74 73 72 68 66 65 64 63 63

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H TEAMHISTORY CAREER LEADERS GAMES PLAYED > NAME 1. Teri Gallus 2. Krisztina Fuleki Julie Arlotto 4. Jazelle Burries Analee Viena-Lota 6. Dawn Broline 7. Jamie McCaa 8. Megan Ching LaJoyce King Jamilah Jones Jody Bittner Denise Sitton

YEAR 1978-82 2003-07 1987-91 2003-07 2007-11 1988-92 2003-07 2003-07 2003-07 1996-00 1989-93 1982-87

GP 118 113 113 112 112 111 110 109 109 109 109 109

GAMES STARTED > NAME 1. Julie Arlotto 2. LaJoyce King 3. Ofa Tulikihihifo 4. Analee Viena-Lota 5. Bridgette Ealy 6. Jazelle Burries 7. Vicki Mallett 8. Jamie McCaa Jamilah Jones 10. Tammie Mills

YEAR 1987-91 2003-07 2002-07 2007-11 1987-92 2003-07 1985-89 2003-07 1996-00 1995-98

G 113 109 101 112 88 112 103 110 109 81

GS 113 97 94 85 83 79 76 72 72 70

MINUTES > NAME 1. Julie Arlotto 2. Ofa Tulikihihifo 3. LaJoyce King 4. Jamie McCaa 5. Analee Viena-Lota 6. Jamilah Jones 7. Carrie Dormire 8. Bridgette Ealy 9. Jody Bittner 10. Dawn Broline

YEAR 1987-91 2002-07 2003-07 2003-07 2007-11 1996-00 1992-96 1987-92 1989-93 1988-92

G 113 101 109 110 112 109 103 88 109 111

MIN 3436 3174 3089 2921 2845 2614 2556 2515 2505 2455

POINTS > NAME 1. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2. Denise Sitton 3. Julie Arlotto 4. Paula Moran 5. Edniesha Curry 6. LaJoyce King 7. Patricia De La Riva 8. Jasmine Erving 9. Jamie McCaa 10. Katie Holloway

YEAR 2002-07 1982-87 1987-91 1975-79 1997-00 2003-07 1978-82 2008--2003-07 2004-08

G 101 109 113 86 73 109 100 86 110 104

PTS 1632 1401 1364 1270 1254 1208 1122 1074 1039 938

SCORING AVERAGE > NAME YEAR G PTS AVG 1. Edniesha Curry 1997-00 73 1254 17.2 2. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2002-07 101 1632 16.2 3. Michelle Meaney 1981-83 53 815 15.4 4. Chris Cavalin 1988-89 27 408 15.1 5. Allison Hazeltine 1982-83 26 386 14.8 Paula Moran 1975-79 86 1270 14.8 7. Joyce Rotheram 1979-80 33 477 14.5 8. Denise Sitton 1982-87 109 1401 12.9 9. Jasmine Erving 2008--- 86 1104 12.5 10. Kathleen Dixon 1986-88 48 598 12.5

{ DENISE SITTON }

FIELD GOALS > NAME 1. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2. Denise Sitton 3. Julie Arlotto 4. Patricia De La Riva 5. Edniesha Curry 6. Jasmine Erving 7. LaJoyce King 8. Jamie McCaa

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YEAR 2002-07 1982-87 1987-91 1978-82 1997-00 2008--2003-07 2003-07

G 101 109 113 100 73 86 109 110

FG 655 555 513 482 442 434 391 377

9. Teri Gallus 10. Bridgette Ealy Katie Holloway

1978-82 1987-92 2004-08

118 88 104

359 358 358

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > NAME 1. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2. Denise Sitton 3. Julie Arlotto 4. Edniesha Curry 5. Patricia De La Riva 6. Jasmine Erving 7. LaJoyce King 8. Teri Gallus 9. Jamie McCaa 10. Krisztina Fuleki

YEAR 2002-07 1982-87 1987-91 1997-00 1978-82 2008--2003-07 1978-82 2003-07 2003-07

G 101 109 113 73 100 86 109 118 110 113

FGA 1404 1380 1171 1124 1123 981 920 882 873 872

FG-FGA 357-663 358-673 189-365 348-684 164-325 137-278 128-261 146-302 247-512 202-420

PCT .538 .532 .518 .509 .504 .493 .490 .483 .482 .481

G 73 113 103 103 116 110 58 101 52 57

3-FG 168 150 125 112 100 95 84 65 64 64

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > NAME (Min. 50 FGA) YEAR G 1. Paula Moran 1975-79 54 2. Katie Holloway 2004-08 104 3. Jenny Shetters 2000-02 52 4. Michelle Meaney 1981-83 35 5. Pam Spencer 1979-80 32 6. Shagarro Lattin 1990-92 46 7. Paula Lucas 1987-89 56 8. Chris Cavalin 1988-89 27 9. Kathleen Dixon 1986-88 48 10. Lynda Amari 1998-00 57 3-POINT FIELD GOALS > NAME YEAR 1. Edniesha Curry 1997-00 2. Krisztina Fuleki 2003-07 3. Carrie Dormire 1992-96 4. Lisa Vaillancourt 1994-98 5. Ashley Blake 2005-09 6. Jamie McCaa 2003-07 7. Whitney Ligon 2007-09 8. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2002-07 9. Sha’Tasha Allen 2000-02 Lynda Amari 1998-00

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > NAME YEAR G 3-FGA 1. Edniesha Curry 1997-00 73 492 2. Krisztina Fuleki 2003-07 113 441 3. Lisa Vaillancourt 1994-98 103 423 4. Carrie Dormire 1992-96 103 383 5. Ashley Blake 2005-09 116 368 6. Whitney Ligon 2007-09 58 303 7. Jamie McCaa 2003-07 110 292 8. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2002-07 101 208 9. Kim Gildersleeve 2002-04 53 205 10. LaShaunda Fowler 1997-2001 108 203 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE > NAME (Min. 20 3FGA) YEAR G 3FG-A 1. Kristen Brinkema 1986-89 69 27-69 2. Lynda Amari 1998-00 57 64-164 3. Katrina Thompson 2006-10 93 38-99 4. Cassandra Markovich 2002-06 74 26-71

PCT .391 .390 .384 .366

H

FREE THROWS > NAME 1. LaJoyce King 2. Julie Arlotto 3. Denise Sitton 4. Ofa Tulikihihifo 5. Regan O’Hara 6. Tracey Burns 7. Katie Holloway 8. Bridgette Ealy 9. Edniesha Curry 10. Jasmine Erving

2003-07 1997-00 2003-07 1992-95 2002-04 1999-01 1990-92 1985-89

109 31-89 73 168-492 113 150-441 62 17-50 53 21-63 46 18-54 47 9-27 103 14-42

YEAR 2003-07 1987-91 1982-87 2002-07 1984-86 1978-81 2004-08 1987-92 1997-00 2008---

G 109 113 109 101 53 87 104 88 73 86

.348 .341 .340 .340 .333 .333 .333 .333

FT 382 338 291 257 247 225 221 210 202 193

8. Regan O’Hara 9. Sandi Olson 10. Vicki Mallett

1984-86 1989-92 1985-89

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE > NAME (Min. 20 FTA) YEAR G 1. Lynda Amari 1998-00 57 2. Brezya Rhodes 2002-04 53 3. Michelle Meaney 1981-83 53 4. Jamie McCaa 2003-07 110 5. Whitney Ligon 2007-09 58 6. Krisztina Fuleki 2003-07 113 7. Paula Moran 1975-79 54 8. Joan Weinerth 1989-91 51 9. Regan O’Hara 1984-86 53 10. Edniesha Curry 1997-00 73 REBOUNDS > NAME 1. Denise Sitton 2. Ofa Tulikihihifo 3. LaJoyce King 4. Julie Arlotto 5. Bridgette Ealy 6. Analee Viena-Lota 7. Katie Holloway 8. Jasmine Erving 9. Myesha Saleem 10. Regan O’Hara

YEAR 1982-87 2002-07 2003-07 1987-91 1987-92 2007-11 2004-08 2008--1997-02 1984-86

REBOUND AVERAGE > NAME YEAR 1. Chris Cavalin 1988-89 2. Regan O’Hara 1984-86 3. Paula Moran 1975-79 Pam Spencer 1979-80 5. Denise Sitton 1982-87 Michelle Meaney 1981-83 7. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2002-07 8. Allison Hazeltine 1982-83 9. LaJoyce King 2003-07 10. Kristi Rose 2000-01

{ JULIE ARLOTTO } FREE THROW ATTEMPTS > NAME YEAR 1. LaJoyce King 2003-07 2. Julie Arlotto 1987-91 3. Denise Sitton 1982-87 4. Tracey Burns 1978-81 5. Ofa Tulikihihifo 2002-07 6. Bridgette Ealy 1987-92 7. Katie Holloway 2004-08

G 109 113 109 87 101 88 104

FTA 544 470 465 369 367 362 352

G 27 53 54 32 109 53 101 26 109 26

53 83 103

336 294 289

FT-A 149-186 184-231 119-152 190-243 174-228 104-137 113-147 129-171 247-336 202-280

PCT .801 .796 .783 .782 .763 .759 .769 .754 .735 .721

G 109 101 109 113 88 112 104 86 90 53

REB 923 838 815 649 589 551 546 518 514 502

CAREER LEADERS

5. Megan Ching 6. Edniesha Curry 7. Krisztina Fuleki Shannon Crouse 9. Brezya Rhodes ReShawnda Richardson Christine Rumfola Vicki Mallett

REB AVG 270 10.0 502 9.5 495 9.2 294 9.2 923 8.5 449 8.5 838 8.3 206 7.9 815 7.5 183 7.0 { BRIDGETTE EALY }

ASSISTS > NAME 1. Jamie McCaa 2. Vicki Mallett 3. Megan Ching 4. Tonicia Tademy 5. Bridgette Ealy 6. Edniesha Curry 7. Renee Loch 8. Ofa Tulikihihifo 9. Monica Hernandez 10. Patricia De La Riva

YEAR 2003-07 1985-89 2003-07 2007-09 1987-92 1997-00 1982-86 2002-07 2000-02 1978-82

G ASST 110 340 103 339 109 322 58 314 88 283 73 277 101 269 101 247 53 240 100 238

BLOCKED SHOTS > NAME 1. Crystal Hahs 2. Katie Holloway 3. Jasmine Erving 4. Denise Sitton

YEAR 2005-08 2004-08 20081982-87

G BLKS 81 136 104 110 86 103 109 96

Carrie Dormire 6. Pam Spencer 7. Sarah Bell 8. Jazelle Burries Keisha Harris 10. Bridgette Ealy

1992-96 1979-80 1994-98 2003-07 1998-00 1987-92

103 32 95 112 57 88

96 93 91 55 55 49

STEALS > NAME 1. Bridgette Ealy 2. Vicki Mallett 3. Ofa Tulikihihifo 4. LaShaunda Fowler 5. Denise Sitton 6. Julie Arlotto 7. Renee Loch 8. LaJoyce King Jamie McCaa 10. Edniesha Curry

YEAR 1987-92 1985-89 2002-07 1997-01 1982-87 1987-91 1982-86 2003-07 2003-07 1997-00

G 88 103 101 108 109 113 101 109 110 73

S 213 203 202 198 187 183 173 162 162 156

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H TEAMHISTORY MATADOR RECORDS TEAM-GAME > Points 113, vs. UC Irvine, 2-3-77 Fewest Points 27, vs. UCLA, 2-3-75 Most Points Allowed 112, vs. Arizona, 12-13-91 Fewest Points Allowed 29, vs. Humboldt State, 1-4-88; vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 1975-76 Highest Combined Score 191 (91-100, OT), vs. Saint Mary’s, 11-24-06 Largest Winning Margin 67 (113-46), vs. UC Irvine, 2-3-77 Largest Losing Margin 68 (30-98), vs. CS Fullerton, 2-18-75 Field Goals 48, vs. UC Irvine, 2-3-77 Field Goal Attempts 90 vs. CS Los Angeles, 2-27-82 Free Throws 38, vs. Nevada-Reno, 12-8-79 Free Throw Attempts 55, vs. Nevada-Reno, 12-8-79 Rebounds 61, vs. CS Dominguez Hills, 1-25-93 Personal Fouls 35, vs. San Diego, 12-11-99 TEAM-SEASON > Most Wins Most Consecutive Wins Best Winning Percentage Points Highest Point Average Field Goals Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage Rebounds

22, 1988-89 8, 1982-83; 2004-05 .724, 1998-99 2,298, 1979-80 76.5, 1981-82 946, 1979-80 2,208, 1981-82 .494, 1977-78 572, 1988-89 823, 1988-89 .724, 2004-05 1,235, 1988-89

INDIVIDUAL-GAME > Points 40, Edniesha Curry vs. Loyola Marymount, 12-1-99; Whitney Ligon, vs. Pacific, 1-12-08 Field Goals 15, Joyce Rotheram vs. Chapman, 1979-80 15, Jasmine Erving at Fullerton, 2-12-11 Field Goals Attempted 31, Patricia De La Riva vs. CSLA, 2-27-82 31, Jasmine Erving at Fullerton, 2-12-11 3-pt. Field Goals1 7, Carrie Dormire vs. Cal Poly, 2-1-95; Edniesha Curry vs. Loyola Marymount, 12-1-99 and vs. Pepperdine, 12-9-99 7, Bridgette Conejo vs. Prairie View A&M, 11-15-09 3-pt. FGs Attempted1 16, Denise Cardenas vs. Syracuse, 11-19-01 and vs. Connecticut, 12-2-01 Free Throws 18, Michelle Esparza, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 1-10-94 Free Throws Attempted 24, Michelle Esparza vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 1-10-94 Rebounds 23, Denise Sitton vs. UC Riverside, 2-16-84 Assists 13, Shelli Mosby vs. CS Dominguez Hills, 2-18-82 Blocks 7, Crystal Hahs vs. Pacific 12-30-06 Steals 10, Ofa Tulikihihifo vs. Cal Poly, 1-18-03 1 - only NCAA Division I era (since 1990-91) CONSECUTIVE WINS > In a row At home On the road In season openers In home openers

9*, 2-27-82 to 12-18-82 16*, 11-27-98 to 12-28-99 6, 12-15-79 to 1-15-80; 2-20-88 to 12-16-88 5, 1985-86 to 1989-90 5, 1978-79 to 1982-83

At the start of a season 8, 1982-83 In conference 10*, 2-13-99 to 1-20-00 At home in conference 13*, 12-30-98 to 1-26-00 On the road in conference 5*, 2-20-88 to 1-28-89 (not including neutral sites) On the road in conference 4, 2-3-87 to 2-27-87 (includes neutral sites) In conference season openers 5, 1985-86 to 1989-90 In conference home openers 5, 1997-98 to 2001-02 At the start of conference 3, 1978-79; 1989-90; 1997-98; 2004-05 CONSECUTIVE DEFEATS > In a row 27*, 2-8-94 to 2-18-95 At home 16**, 3-3-07 to 12-7-09 On the road 31**, 2-3-01 to 2-13-03 In season openers 8, 1990-91 to 1997-98 In home openers 7, 1991-92 to 1997-98 At the start of a season 22, 1994-95 In conference 20**, 3-3-07 to 1-17-09 At home in conference 11*, 2-16-90 to 1-23-97 On the road in conference 17**, 2-3-01 to 2-13-03 In conference season openers 3, 2008-Current In conference home openers 4, 1978-79 to 1981-82 At the start of conference 16, 2007-08 *over two seasons **over three seasons RECORD IN OPENERS > Season openers Home openers Conference openers Conference home openers

14-23 16-21 17-14 16-15

DIVISION-I INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 3. Lisa Vaillancourt vs. Weber State (1-18-97)

POINTS > 1. Edniesha Curry vs. Loyola Marymount (12-1-98) Whitney Ligon vs. Pacific (1-12-08) 3. Ofa Tulikihihifo at Cal State Fullerton (12-28-04)

40 40 37

FIELD GOALS > 1. Jasmine Erving vs. Fullerton (2-12-11) 2. Jasmine Erving at Fullerton (1-14-11) Ofa Tulikihihifo at California (12-4-04) Edniesha Curry vs. Loyola Marymount (12-1-98)

15 14 14 14

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > 1. Jasmine Erving at Fullerton (1-14-11) 2. Edniesha Curry vs. Yale (11-25-98) 3. Jasmine Erving vs. Fullerton (2-12-11) Edniesha Curry vs. Weber State (2-19-98)

31 29 28 28

15

FREE THROWS >

21

2. LaJoyce King vs. UC Santa Barbara (3-10-06)

19

LaJoyce King at UC Davis (2-26-05)

19

2. Lynda Amari vs. Pepperdine (12-9-98)

16

Ofa Tulikihihifo vs. Cal State Fullerton (3-6-04)

19

3. Janelle Nomura vs. New Mexico St. (11-13-09)

14

ASSISTS > FREE THROW ATTEMPTS >

1. Bridgette Ealy vs. Portland State (2-22-91)

1. Michelle Esparza vs. CS Dominguez Hills (1-10-94) 24 2. Lynda Amari vs. Pepperdine (12-1-98)

19

3. Janelle Nomura vs. New Mexico St. (11-13-09)

17

Tonicia Tademy vs. Cal Poly (1-31-09) 2. Shakira Bryant vs. Sacramento State (1-26-00)

7 7 7 7

12 11

Bridgette Ealy vs. Butler (1-2-91)

11 11

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS > 1 LaJoyce King vs. UC Santa Barbara (3-10-06)

12

STEALS >

2. Violet Alama at Pacific (3-6-10)

10

1. Ofa Tulikihihifo vs. Cal Poly (1-18-03)

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS > 16

2. Ofa Tulikihihifo vs. Cal State Fullerton (12-28-05)

13

Tannea Nelson vs. USC (12-20-97) Jazelle Burries vs. UC Santa Barbara (1-26-06)

9

Michelle Esparza vs. Pepperdine (12-21-93)

8

13

BLOCKED SHOTS >

12

1. Cystal Hahs vs. Pacific (12-30-06)

7

12

2. Carrie Dormire vs. CS Dominguez Hills (1-10-94)

6

Michelle Esparza vs. CS San Bernardino (1-8-94) 12

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3. Sarah Hagman vs. Central Connecticut (11-25-95) 8

1. LaJoyce King vs. Santa Clara (12-2-06)

3. Jazelle Burries at UC Riverside (1-9-06) 16 16

12

Tonicia Tademy vs. Cal State Bakersfield (2-21-08)

2. Joan Weinerth vs. Loyola Marymount (12-19-90)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS > 1. Denise Cardenas vs. Connecticut (12-2-01) Denise Cardenas vs. Syracuse (11-19-01)

1. LaJoyce King vs. Santa Clara (12-2-06) 1. Michelle Esparza vs. CS Dominguez Hills (1-10-94) 18

3-POINT FIELD GOALS > 1. Bridgette Conejo vs. Prairie View A&M (11-15-09) Edniesha Curry vs. Pepperdine (12-9-98) Edniesha Curry vs. Loyola Marymount (12-1-98) Carrie Dormire vs. Cal Poly (2-1-95)

TOTAL REBOUNDS >

Carrie Dormire vs. San Jose State (12-30-93)

H MATADOR RECORDS // DIVISION-I INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS // MATADOR LETTERWINNERS

MATADOR LETTERWINNERS A> Alama, Violet Allen, Sha'Tasha Alvarado, Janet Amari, Lynda Anderson, Kristin Anderson, Myette Arlotto, Julie Ayala, Diana

2009-10, 10-11 2000-01, 01-02 2010-11 1998-99, 99-00 2002-03, 03-04 2002-03 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85

B> Babcock, Holly Ball, Beverly Batiste, Maureen Bell, Sarah Berggren, Barbara Bidrussian, Karolin Bittner, Jody Blake, Ashley Blin, Stephanie Blue, Brittany Blum, Tracy Bowles, Janine Bowling, Bambi Branigan, Darleen Brawner, Jill Brinkema, Kristen Broline, Dawn Brown, Dorothy Brown, Tyeisha Bryant, Shakira Burns, Tracey Burries, Jazelle

1994-95 1987-88 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 1976-77 2000-01, 01-02 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 1979-80 2008-09 1983-84, 84-85 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83 1996-97, 97-98 1981-82, 83-84 1988-89, 89-90 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 1975-76 2001-02 1999-00 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07

C> Caires, Karen Caldwell, Janine Cardenas, Denise Cavalin, Chris Chambers, Sonya Ching, Megan Coleman, Iisha Collins, Alana Conejo, Bridgette Cooper, Chelsea Cooper, Paula Costello, Lori Crockam, Shelley Crouse, Shannon Curry, Edniesha Cushing, Heather

1988-89 1991-92, 92-93 2001-02 1988-89 1983-84 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 1996-97 1992-93 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11 1995-96 1987-88 1984-85, 85-86 1996-97 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06

D> Davies, Bianca Davis, Ebony Davis, Tracey

2007-08, 08-09, 09-10 10-11 2000-01, 01-02 1983-84, 84-85

De La Riva, Patricia Dillon, Brigitte Dixon, Kathleen Dixon, Marianne Dormire, Carrie Doss, Cheryl

1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 1981-82 1986-87, 87-88 1986-87, 87-88 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96 1980-81

E> Ealy, Bridgette Eddings, Cheryl Enright, Liz Erving, Jasmine Esparza, Michelle Espino, Mary Jean

1987-88, 88-89, 90-91, 91-92 1988-89, 89-90 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11 1992-93 1992-93

F> Flanagan, Tara Flores, Cheryl Fowler, LaShaunda Fuleki, Krisztina

1984-85, 85-86 2000-01, 01-02 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07

G> Gallus, Teri Garcia, Catrina Gildersleeve, Kim Goldenberg, Roz Gowin, Katosha Greer, Tina Griffith, Haily

1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 2002-03, 03-04 2002-03, 03-04 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78, 78-79 1997-98, 98-99 1998-99 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93

H> Hagman, Sarah Hahs, Crystal Hall, Charise Hamilton, Nikki Harris, Keisha Haynes, Vanessa Hazeltine, Allison Hernandez, Monica Herrel, Marianne Hicks, Cardie Hodges, Laurie Hofmann, Karen Holloway, Katie Howard, Sandy Howard, Shanice I> Ito, Helen J> Johnson, Alexis Jonas, Natalia Jones, Jamilah K> Karbowski, Pam

1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08 2007-08, 08-09 1997-98 1998-99, 99-00 { HEATHER CUSHING } 2001-02 Katayama, Nancy 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81 1982-83 Keating, Laurie 1983-84 2000-01, 01-02 King, LaJoyce 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 1974-75, 75-76 1976-77 L> 2002-03 LaFromboise, Alicia 2000-01 1986-87, 87-88 Landsgaard, CeCe 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 Lattin, Shagarro 1990-91, 91-92 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78 Ligon, Whitney 2007-08, 08-09 2006-07, 07-08 Linton, Roz 1991-92 Llerenas, Cynthia 1991-92 Loch, Renee 1982-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 1982-83 Löf, Viveca 1997-98, 98-99 Lucas, Paula 1987-88, 88-89 Ludwig, Denise 1975-76, 76-77 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06 1998-99 M> 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 Magee, Williece 2003-04 Mahoric, Cathy 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 Mallett, Vicki 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89

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TEAMHISTORY MATADOR LETTERWINNERS Manley, Diane Markovich, Cassandra Martin, Maureen McAllister, Porsche McCaa, Jamie McCaslin, Jean McCauley, Teresa McCloskey, Caroline McGeoy, Michele McIntyre, Paige McKeown, Anita Meaney, Michelle Means, Kanika Middleton, Julie Milic, Neda Milke, Leslie Mills, Tammie Minnifield, Gayle

1977-78 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 1975-76, 76-77 2001-02 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 1975-76 1990-91, 91-92 1980-81, 81-82 1981-82 2009-10, 10-11 1979-80, 80-81 1981-82, 82-83 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1982-83, 83-84, 85-86, 86-87 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78, 78-79 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98 1977-78

Moran, Paula

1975-76, 76-77, 77-78, 78-79

Morris, Kelly

1994-95

Morrison, Pam

1974-75

Mosby, Shelli

1981-82, 82-83

Mulverhill, Denna

1988-89, 89-90

Muzurovic, Maja

1996-97, 97-98

N> Nelson, Tannea Nicholls, Nancy Nino, Marcella Nomura, Janelle

1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 1990-91 1985-86 2009-10, 10-11

O> O’Hara, Regan O’Rourke, Kristin Olson, Sandi

{ BREZYA RHODES }

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1984-85, 85-86 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92

P> Papac, Ciara Patrick, Tinisha Pryor, Morgan Purdom, Kameelah R> Ramirez, Sherry Reese, Joann Reese, Kerri Reuss, Michelle Rhodes, Brezya Rice, Leah Richardson, ReShawnda Ridout, Joy Robinson, Arnetta Rose, Kristi Rotheram, Joyce Rubert, Maureen Rumfola, Christine Rutherford, Kayla

2003-04 2006-07 2006-07 2000-01, 01-02

1994-95, 95-96 1976-77 1996-97 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87 2002-03, 03-04 1998-99, 99-00 1999-00, 00-01 1986-87, 87-88 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81 2000-01 1979-80 1977-78, 78-79 1990-91, 91-92 2008-09

S> Saleem, Myesha Sapon, Melanie Senette, Lisa Shea, Peggy Shephard, Kisha Shetters, Jenny Sitton, Denise Spencer, Pam Sreekanth, Neeta Stege, Sally Stewart, Doris Stil, Marlo

1997-98, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02 1991-92 1989-90, 90-91 1980-81, 81-82 2000-01, 01-02 2000-01, 01-02 1982-83, 83-84, 85-86, 86-87 1979-80 2008-09, 09-10 1976-77, 77-78 1975-76, 76-77, 77-78 1976-77, 77-78, 78-79

T> Tademy, Tonicia Thomas, Tammy Thomson, Amanda Thompson, Katrina Tiger, Jordana Trice, Crystian Tulikihihifo, Ofa Turner, Jill

2007-08, 08-09 1980-81 2009-10, 10-11 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 1978-79, 80-81 2007-08, 08-09 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 06-07 1981-82, 82-83

V> Vaillancourt, Lisa Vega, Janel Verrept, Daphne Viena-Lota, Analee

1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 1991-92, 92-93 1998-99, 99-00 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11

W> Waldorf, Kris Walker, Felicia Ward, La Toya Weinerth, Joan White, Haley Williams, Jennifer Wooldridge, Debbie

1992-93 2009-10, 10-11 1995-96, 96-97 1989-90, 90-91 2010-11 1990-91 1981-82, 82-83

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NORTHRIDGE MATADOR ADMINISTRATION

DR. JOLENE KOESTER

University President Dr. Jolene Koester began her appointment as the fourth president of California State University, Northridge on July 1, 2000. At the time of her appointment, Koester had been serving as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs and professor of communication studies at California State University, Sacramento, a post she had held since 1993. Prior to her appointment as provost, she served in other executive positions in the academic affairs division at CSU Sacramento. She has been a faculty member since 1980. She earned a B.A. from the University of Minnesota, an M.A. in communication arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Ph.D. in speech communication from Minnesota. The author of several scholarly books and articles on intercultural and interpersonal communication and a former Fulbright Scholar, Koester has served on systemwide committees on Cornerstones (the California State University’s systemwide strategic plan), budget and accountability, and teacher preparation. The Minnesota native chaired CSU Sacramento’s NCAA accreditation study and was president of the Western States Communication Association. In 1998, Cal State Northridge celebrated its 40th anniversary as the only public university located in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, home to about 1.7 million residents. Founded in 1958, the university has grown to include the 353-acre Northridge campus with over 34,000 diverse students and more than 3,800 employees. The university is one of the largest in the 23-campus California State University system. Cal State Northridge offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in more than 50 different majors.

RICK MAZZUTO

Athletic Director Rick Mazzuto was named Cal State Northridge Athletic Director on August 3, 2006, becoming the seventh athletic director in the Matadors’ 48-year history. Mazzuto comes to Northridge from Longwood University in Farmville, Va., where he served as athletic director since 2002. He has led the Lancers in the school’s transition from Division II to Division I, which began in March 2002. At Longwood, Mazzuto guided the program through many changes, including increases in operating budgets, scholarships and department personnel, while also overseeing scheduling, fundraising and marketing. Additionally, Mazzuto was instrumental in developing a comprehensive master plan for new athletic facilities and the complete renovation of some existing facilities. Prior to his days at Longwood, Mazzuto was the athletic director at Saint Mary’s in Moraga, Calif. from 1989 to 2000. He oversaw a $5-million budget and 16sport athletic program while with the Gaels. During his time at SMC, the Gaels made three trips to the NCAA Tournament with their 1992 women’s soccer, 1997 men’s basketball and 1999 women’s basketball squads. Mazzuto began his athletic director career at Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y., where he managed the Gaels’ 20-sport program. While there, Iona participated in two NCAA Tournaments and National Invitational Tournaments in men’s basketball, as the school won a combined 13 conference championships. Mazzuto started at Iona in 1977, working for three years as the institution’s associate athletic director. Mazzuto has served on numerous committees during his career, including the NCAA Division I

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Women’s Basketball Committee from 1991 to 1997. He also has extensive community service activities, serving on the Board of Directors of both the Moraga and New Rochelle Rotary Clubs. Mazzuto currently serves on the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics and is on the Big West Compliance and Game Management Committee and is the administrative liaison to the Sports Information Directors. Mazzuto earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., where he began his career in intercollegiate athletics as the school’s sports information director for two years. He also served as SID at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. for four years, and was the publicity director for the East Coast Conference for two years. Mazzuto is married to the former Janet Johnstone.

DR. TINA KIESLER

Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Tina Kiesler assumed the title of CSUN's Faculty Athletics Representative prior to the start of the 2010-11 academic year. Dr. Kiesler joined the faculty of Cal State University Northridge in 2002. She is currently an Associate Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Business Honors Program. Before joining CSUN, she was a faculty member or visiting faculty member at the University of Southern California (USC), Rutgers University, New York University (NYU), Universidad Catolica Portuguesa, Yale, UCLA and Columbia University. Dr. Kiesler received her bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and her PhD in Marketing Management from UCLA's Anderson Graduate of Management.

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Cal State Northridge Directory USU Ticket Office Mailing Address: Athletic Department 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge, Ca. 91330-8301

2661 2488

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION > Rick Mazzuto DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Tina Kiesler FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE Tom Ford ASSOCIATE A.D., EXTERNAL RELATIONS Ashlie Kite ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Janet Pinneau ASSOCIATE A.D./SWA/STUDENT SERVICES Lauree Floback ATHLETICS DIRECTOR, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT LeeAnna Berkeland ACCOUNT TECHICIAN Karen Mariglia ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT COORDINATOR Cynthia Morgan ADMINSTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT Angelique Odom ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT Joyce Scanlin ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

2933 4608 4837 4839 6432 3008 2207 2660 3208 7245 4836

ACADEMIC SUPPORT > Fax Mandie McConkey ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT COORDINATOR Lara Kehkedjian ACADEMIC ADVISOR Michelle Almazan ACADEMIC ADVISOR Brett Sanders ACADEMIC SPECIALIST Larry O’Connor ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

6590 4781 4781 4781 4781 4781

ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT > Jerry DeFelice, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT/STUDENT SERV. 3935 BUSINESS AFFAIRS > Kimberly Siemen ASST. A.D., BUSINESS AFFAIRS

6431

COMPLIANCE > Julie Sandoval DIRECTOR OF COMPLIANCE

2693

EQUIPMENT > Isidore Gold EQUIPMENT MANAGER Stephanie Cantu ASSISTANT MANAGER FACILITIES > Fax Mark Adamiak FACILTIES MANAGER Howard Garcia EVENTS MANAGER

3236 3236

2661 7423 2836

MARKETING > Erin Kiser ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/MARKETING 2683 Corporate Partnershiups, Cheerleading Squad/Matador Director/Marketing & Pep Band Advisor, Guest Promotions Appearances MEDIA RELATIONS > Fax Bob Vazquez ASST. A.D./MEDIA RELATIONS

4950 2313 cell: 510-673-9521 Men’s Basketball, Women’s Water Polo

All extensions are (818) 677- _ _ _ _ Matt Monroe ASSOCIATE MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR 3247 Men’s/Women’s Volleyball, Men’s/Women’s Golf, Men’s/Women’s Track & Field Geoff Herberg ASSISTANT MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR 3243 Women’s Basketball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Tennis, Softball Kevin Strauss MEDIA RELATIONS ASSISTANT 3860 Men’s Soccer, Baseball Braden Villanueva MEDIA RELATIONS ART DIRECTOR 6634 Baseball Press Box 4292 Basketball Press Box 4702 Softball Press Box 2988 Volleyball Press Box 4702 ATHLETIC TRAINING > Fax Steve Grech DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE Sarah Lyons ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Erick Buitrago ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Dunford Rodill ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Brittany Beckwith GRADUATE ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

7516 4410 3237 7602 6054 5825 6052

TEAM PHYSICANS > Dr. Rick Sletten GENERAL PHYSICIAN

3684

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING > Fax Daniel Kohn HEAD STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH Jeff Crelling ASSISTANT, STRENGTH & CONDITIONIN

4762 6359 6359

BASEBALL > Fax Matt Curtis HEAD COACH Shaun Larkin ASSISTANT COACH Eric Newman ASSISTANT COACH Tom Hutchison DIRECTOR OF BASEBALL OPERATIONS Baseball Field

2661 7055 6652 3218 6651 3233

MEN’S BASKETBALL > Fax Bobby Braswell HEAD COACH Bob Lowe ASSISTANT COACH Danny Sprinkle ASSISTANT COACH Jay Morris ASSISTANT COACH Lior Schwartzburg DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

2661 3231 3994 2682 7071 6251

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL > Fax Jason Flowers HEAD COACH Lindsey Foster ASSISTANT COACH Mario Trutanic ASSISTANT COACH Christine Collins-Kiernan ASSISTANT COACH

2661 2075 6662 4949 5395

MEN’S GOLF > Fax Jim Bracken HEAD COACH

2661 3228

WOMEN’S GOLF > Fax Bonnie Murphy HEAD COACH

2661 7006

MEN’S SOCCER > Fax Terry Davila HEAD COACH Yossi Raz ASSOCIATE COACH Peter Bomar ASSISTANT COACH Zach Friedman VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

2661 2379 2946 6252 3230

WOMEN’S SOCCER > Fax Keith West HEAD COACH Juan Plasencia ASSISTANT COACH Miguel Ruiz ASSISTANT COACH Ivan Alzate VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

2661 6252 4535 3852 3852

SOFTBALL > Fax Tairia Flowers HEAD COACH Caitlin Benyi ASSISTANT COACH Tia Meza ASSISTANT COACH Natasha Watley VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH Softball Field

2661 7259 3230 3854 3230 3885

WOMEN’S TENNIS > Fax Gary Victor HEAD COACH James Ciuffo ASSISTANT COACH Zbynek Mlynarik VOLUNTEER COACH

2661 2948 2058 3882/4731

MEN’S & WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY > Fax 2661 Avery Anderson HEAD COACH 3608 Bridget Anderson ASSISTANT COACH 3242 Quincy Watts ASSISTANT COACH 3867 Jason Schutz ASSISTANT COACH 2228 Justin Johnson ASSISTANT COACH 7680 MEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Fax Jeff Campbell HEAD COACH Theo Edwards ASSISTANT COACH Mike Arone VOLUNTEER COACH

2661 4512 4180 4180

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Fax Jeff Stork HEAD COACH Susie Terrusa ASSISTANT COACH Alicia Robinson ASSISTANT COACH

2661 4104 3221 7784

WOMEN’S WATER POLO > Fax Marcelo Leonardi HEAD COACH Brianna Wilson ASSISTANT COACH

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MATADOR ADMINISTRATION // STAFF DIRECTORY

STAFF DIRECTORY

N NORTHRIDGE MEDIA INFORMATION WELCOME > The members of the Cal State Northridge Media Relations Office appreciate your interest in the 2011-12 Matadors women’s basketball team. We hope this media guide serves as your complete source to this year’s team and a history of Cal State Northridge Women’s Basketball. If you have any further questions, please call Geoffrey Herberg, Assistant Media Relations Director, or any member of the Matadors Media Relations Office at 818-677-3243. CREDENTIALS > Requests for press, radio, television and photographers’ credentials should be addressed to Geoffrey Herberg, Assistant Media Relations Director, Cal State Northridge, Athletic Department, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, Ca. 91330-8301, 818-677-3243. The fax number is 818-677-4950. Requests will be mailed when time permits. Otherwise, they will be left at “Will Call” which is located at the entrance to Matador Soccer Field. PHOTO CREDENTIALS > Photographers must contact the Athletic Media Relations Office for credentials. Only working media will be issued a pass. Photographers are required to wear their credential in plain sight at all time. MEDIA PARKING > Media parking passes, issued only

in advance by the Athletic Media Relations Office, are for the University’s Lot G4. The entrances to Lot G4 are on the west side of Zelzah Avenue between Nordhoff and Plummer Streets. RADIO/TELEVISION LINES > Visiting radio stations must make arrangements through the Athletic Media Relations Office at least two weeks prior to the game. There will be a $35 charge (non-conference opponents only) for use of the telephone line provided for radio, and ALL calls must be either collect or billed to a calling credit card. CONTACTING COACHES > The best time to contact women’s basketball head coach Jason Flowers is weekday mornings from 9 a.m. to Noon. Please contact Geoff Herberg at (818) 677-3243 to setup interviews with Coach Flowers and players. SEASON INTERVIEWS > All requests for coach and/or player interviews should be made in advance by contacting the Cal State Northridge Athletic Media Relations Office at (818) 677-3243. The best time for short interviews prior to a match is following daily practice sessions, which usually run from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at The Matadome. Both facilities are located in the Kinesiology building. The best time for extended interviews is normally between 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., depending on class schedules and team obligations. No interviews

will be permitted during daily practice sessions. On the day of the game, interviews will only be granted after the conclusion of the contest. Telephone interviews are available to the media on a “call-back” basis only. Individual player telephone numbers WILL NOT be given to members of the media. Players are instructed NOT to conduct interviews when contacted directly by telephone. The Athletic Media Relations Office will arrange for telephone interviews at a time convenient for the student-athlete. The most popular time for call backs on telephone interviews is following practice. The Matador locker room and team training rooms are considered private team areas and are OFF-LIMITS to the media. POST GAME INTERVIEWS > At no time will the media be admitted into the Northridge locker room area. There will be a 10-minute cooling down period after the contest. After that time, requests for interviews with Matador coaches and players will be coordinated by a representative from the Northridge Athletic Media Relations Office. Visiting Sports Information Directors will be responsible for their coach and player interviews. SCOUTS > NCAA rules will be strictly enforced. Scouts from opposing schools will be issued one press credential if space permits. Requests must be made at least four days in advance.

MEDIA RELATIONS Geoff Herberg SOCCER SID 818-677-3243 geoffrey.herberg@csun.edu

Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Women’s Tennis IMPORTANT NUMBERS > Fax Baseball Press Box Basketball Press Box Softball Press Box Volleyball Press Box

818-677-4950 818-677-4292 818-677-4702 818-677-2988 818-677-4702

MEDIA OUTLETS Below is a list of many of the media outlets that cover Cal State Northridge Athletics. NEWSPAPERS > Los Angeles Daily News www.dailynews.com Antelope Valley News www.glendalenewspress.com Daily Sundial Sports www.sundial.csun.edu Glendale News Press www.glendalenewspress.com Los Angeles Times www.latimes.com Newhall Signal www.the-signal.com Orange County Register www.ocregister.com Ventura County Star www.venturacountrystar.com USA Today www.usatoday.com RADIO > KCSN (88.5 FM) KFWB (980 AM) www.kfwb.com KNX (1070 AM) www.knx1070.com Sporting News Radio (1540 AM) www.radio.sportingnews.com 710 ESPN Radio www.sports.espn.go.com/stations/710espn XTRA (570 AM) www.xtrasportsradio.com

Bob Vazquez ASST. A.D./MEDIA RELATIONS 818-677-2313 cell: 510-673-9521 robert.vazquez@csun.edu Men’s Basketball, Women’s Water Polo Matt Monroe ASSOCIATE MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR 818-677-3247 matthew.c.monroe@csun.edu Men’s/Women’s Volleyball, Men’s/Women’s Golf, Track & Field Kevin Strauss MEDIA RELATIONS ASSISTANT 818-677-3247 Men’s Soccer, Baseball Braden Villanueva MEDIA RELATIONS ART DIRECTOR 818-677-6634 braden.o.villanueva@csun.edu

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LOCAL TELEVISION > KCBS, Channel 2 KNBC, Channel 4 KTLA, Channel 5 KABC, Channel 7 KCAL, Channel 9 KTTV, Channel 11/KCOP, Channel 13 NATIONAL TELEVISION > ESPN SportsCenter Fox Sports/Fox Sports News WIRE SERVICES > Associated Press

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THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY Northridge Sports Medicine staff is charged with the responsibility of providing the highest quality medical care to the more than 400 student-athletes that participate in 20 intercollegiate athletic teams in the most efficient manner possible. This responsibility includes administering to the health and welfare of the student-athlete on a daily basis and measuring their readiness for athletic competition. In conjunction with the Addie Koltz Student Health Center, the sports medicine staff provides daily services in the prevention, immediate care and management of athletic injuries and illnesses. Thanks to a generous donation from the Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center and its parent company, Tenet Foundation, it was possible for the 2,500 square-foot Athletic Training Center to be built. The Center opened in September, 2000, and almost quadrupled the size of the old facility. The Sports Medicine staff includes the certified athletic train-

ers, athletic training students, team physicians and a wide variety of medial specialists. Director of Sports Medicine, Steven Grech, is joined by assistant athletic trainers Sarah Lyons, Erick Buitrago, Dunford Rodill, Brittany Beckwith, Sonnie DeCosta, Jennifer Guiry, Amanda Mlodzik and Steven Mosher-Stockinger. Northridge’s doctors include Orthopedists Dr. Domenick Sisto and Dr. Brett Leake, as well as sports medicine physician Dr. Eric Sletten. Aimie Kachingwe, PT and Ira Schneider, DC provide physical therapy and chiropractic services, respectively. The Athletic Training Center is located in Redwood Hall and features electronic therapeutic modalities, rehabilitation equipment, and a physician’s exam room. Redwood Hall also houses Northridge’s strength and conditioning room. Headed by coach Daniel Kohn, the strength and conditioning room contains a wide array of weightlifting and exercise equipment for all of the studentathlete’s needs. ■

Steven Grech DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE

818-677-3237 steven.grech@csun.edu

Daniel Kohn STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

818-677-6359 daniel.kohn@csun.edu

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MEDIA INFORMATION // ATHLETIC TRAINING CENTER & WEIGHT ROOM

ATHLETIC TRAINING CENTER & WEIGHT ROOM

N NORTHRIDGE THIS IS CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY? California State University, Northridge exists to help students realize their educational goals. The University's first priority is to promote the welfare and intellectual progress of students. Part of the 23-campus California State University system, Cal State Northridge is the only public university located in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley (If incorporated, the area with 1.7 million residents would be the fifth largest city in the United States). Northridge celebrated its 40th anniversary in 199899, having educated more than 165,000 alumni. The main Northridge campus covers 356 acres and has about four million square feet of facilities, including about two dozen major buildings and more than 100 in total. Campus physical assets are valued at more than $613 million. The physical heart of the campus is the Oviatt Library with more than one million volumes. Cal State Northridge also operates a satellite campus in adjoining Ventura County. Cal State Northridge, accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, is one of the largest higher education institutions in California and is the third-largest public university (2005 enrollment) in L.A. County after UCLA and Long Beach State. CSUN enrolls just over 33,000 students in Fall 2003, with about 1,900 faculty and a staff of nearly 2,100.

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE HISTORY In fall 1956, the San Fernando Valley campus of the Los Angeles State College of Applied Arts and Sciences (later Cal State Los Angeles) was established on the present Northridge site. Soon after, the state Legislature passed Assembly Bill 971, which provided for the campus to separate from its parent college. On July 1, 1958, the founding date of the present university, the institution became San Fernando Valley State College, with about 3,300 students and 104 faculty. On June 1, 1972, the college was renamed California State University, Northridge, by action of the state Legislature and the Board of Trustees of the California State University.

NORTHRIDGE NOTABLES ➤ CSUN is headed toward becoming one of the most modern university campuses in the country. Six new buildings worth more than $70 million each with

state-of-the-art facilities have finished or are under construction, including new wings for the Oviatt Library and a new Arts, Media and Communication Building. Renovations have also just been completed to the University Student Union. ➤ Cal State Northridge has small average class sizes, ranging from about 29 for lecture sections and 19 for laboratory sections. In the recent student survey, small class size was one of the campus' features most appreciated by students, with 84 percent indicating satisfaction.

THE COLLEGES AT CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE Arts, Media and Communication Business Administration and Economics

Extended Learning Health and Human Development Humanities

Education

Science and Mathematics

Engineering and Computer Science

Social and Behavioral Sciences

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➤ Cal State Northridge ranked first among 529 master's level universities in its number of graduates who went on to earn Ph.Ds in the social sciences and psychology, according to a recent National Science Foundation report. The university also ranked second in mathematics and among the top dozen such campuses in biology, computer sciences, engineering and physical sciences. ➤ Northridge students have good things to say about their experience at the university. In a recent survey of Cal State Northridge students: 86 percent said they were satisfied with their overall experience at Cal State Northridge; 87 percent said they were satisfied with the overall quality of instruction; and about two-thirds said they would choose CSUN again as a university. ➤ Northridge has been a leader in involving its students in community service learning, where academic learning is merged with meaningful community work. The university launched a Center for Community Service Learning that has helped create more than 40 new courses since its inception in 1998. CSUN students have taught computer skills to pregnant and at-risk teens and helped establish an after school children's literature/literacy program.

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➤ Cal State Northridge is the leading public university in California in preparing students to obtain teaching credentials. The university had 1,000 single or multiple subject teaching credential documents issued to students/graduates during 200405, more than any other Cal State or University of California campus, according to data from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. ➤ Students at Cal State Northridge constitute a veritable United Nations, with enrollment coming from more than 70 foreign countries. The university consistently ranks in the top 25 for master's level universities based on the size of its foreign student population. Of the foreign students enrolled at Cal State Northridge in 2004-05 the most by country came from Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

LOCATION: Cal State Northridge is located in the northeast San Fernando Valley of suburban Los Angeles. FOUNDED: 1958 (as San Fernando Valley State College) Changed name to California State University, Northridge, on June 1, 1972. MASCOT & COLORS: Cal State Northridge's mascot is the Matador. The school colors are Red, Black and White. CAMPUS SIZE: 356 acres ENROLLMENT (Fall 2010): 35,272 UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: 30,139 GRADUATE STUDENTS: 5,133

➤ Northridge is a university committed to using advanced technology to aid in the education process. Virtually all CSUN students have campusprovided e-mail accounts, as do most faculty and staff. The campus also has an inventory of more than 5,000 computers, including about 2,000 spread among 100 labs. The university also offers about two dozen online academic courses. ➤ Cal State Northridge, one of the first mainstream universities to accept deaf students in the 1960s, now hosts one of the largest deaf student populations among U.S. universities. Nearly 300 deaf and hard-of-hearing students receive sign language interpreting, real-time captioning and other special services each year through the university's renowned National Center on Deafness (NCOD). ➤ The Center on Disabilities at Northridge, specializing in technology and its impact on those with disabilities, annually hosts the Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, the largest event of its kind drawing thousands of participants from around the world. The center also operates one of the first and finest university computer access labs for students with disabilities. ➤ Northridge is a university where minority students are welcome and can excel. The U.S. Education Department ranked Cal State Northridge among the top 100 universities nationwide in graduating Hispanic students at the bachelor's and master's levels. The university also places highly in Black Issues in Higher Education rankings for degrees awarded. ➤ Eight Cal State Northridge faculty members have been awarded the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship for research and creative activity during the institution's history. Fiftyeight Northridge faculty, including 22 since 1980, have received Fulbright awards to conduct research or teach abroad. ■

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FACTS

N NORTHRIDGE WHERE ARE THEY NOW? KARENHOFFMAN

1987-89 Design Education and Design Research Consultant

KRISZTINAFULEKI

2003-07 Working as Emergency Medical Technician with hopes of becoming a firefighter in Hawai’i.

{ BREZYA RHODES }

HEATHERCUSHING { LAJOYCE KING }

L JOYCEKING

A 2003-07 Pursuing a professional basketball career in Europe.

KRISTINO’ROURKE

2003-07 Working towards a teaching credential at CSUN; currently the JV and assistant basketball coach at Hart High School

CASSANDRAMARKOVICH

2002-06 Working for the City of Los Angles Parks and Recreation Series; Also currently enrolled in nursing program

2002-06 Works as a PetNurse at Banfield Animal Hospital in Portland, Ore.

JAMIECOLEMAN [M CAA]

C 2003-07 In teaching credential program at CSUN with aspirations of becoming a history teacher and basketball coach. Recently married.

OFATULIKIHIHIFO

2002-07 Playing professional basketball in Germany for BG 74 Gottingen; aspires to be a sports/music broadcaster

NIKKIHAMILTON

DENISECARDENAS

1996-98 Beginning her clinical rotations as part of a Physician Assistant Master’s program. Has also worked as certified athletic trainer (ACT) for L.A. Sparks.

KRISTINANDERSON

2004-2008 Silver Medalist on 2008 United States Paralympic Sitting Volleball Team.

2001-02 Recently named head coach at Central Arizona Community College 2002-04

{ OFA TULIKIHIHIFO }

KATIEHOLLOWAY

Television news anchor in Miami, Fla.

CATRINAGARCIA

2002-04 Owner of a Just For Your Health Massage College and Day Spa in Los Angeles.

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{ KATIE HOLLOWAY }

N WHERE ARE THEY NOW? // HALL OF FAME

HALL OF FAME: A TRADITION OF SUCCESS MANY OUTSTANDING STUDENT-ATHLETES HAVE WORN the Matador colors of Red, White and Black since the Cal State University opened its doors in 1958. An elite list of 99 student-athletes have been inducted into the Cal State Northridge Athletic Hall of Fame. NAME BASEBALL > Lyman Bostock Henry “Hank” Clark Craig Clayton Terry Craven Paul Edmondson Marty Friedman Jeff Gilbert Perry Husband Adam Kennedy Bob LoPresti Douglas McKenzie Michael O’Hara Rondal Rollin Frank Slaton Jason Thompson 1970 National Championship Team

INDUCTED IN 1981 1988 1999 2010 1981 1985 1984 2004 2001 1983 1992 1993 1987 2001 1982 2009

MEN’S BASKETBALL > Pete Cassidy HEAD COACH Mark Cooley Jack Dyck Brian Heinle Cliff Higgins Jim Malkin Paul McCracken George Robnett

2004 1985 1992 2009 1990 1982 1983 1987

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL > Patricia De La Riva

2001

FENCING > Muriel Bower

1984

FOOTBALL > Dick Billingsley Sherdrick Bonner Marcus Brady Steve Duddy Jack Elway Patrick Hauser Doug Jones Mike Kane Bruce Lemmerman Joel Schaeffer Brian Wagner Mel Wilson 1967 Junior Rose Bowl Team

1983 1998 2009 1991 1995 1990 1982 1992 1981 2001 1993 1984 2010

MEN’S GOLF > Rex Caldwell Ben Graham Jeff Harrier Geoff Knowles Dan Pouliot Vic Wilk

1981 1990 1984 1999 1991 1990

WOMEN’S GOLF > Joyce Deese Benson

1984

MEN’S GYMNASTICS > Richard Grigsby Rusty Rock

1981 1983

MEN’S SOCCER > Marwan Ass’ad HEAD COACH Michael McAndrew Jose Perez

2008 1992 1993

SOFTBALL > Debbie Dickman-Crofts Barbara Jordan Stacy Lim Scia Maumausolo Michelle McAnany Beth Onestinghel-Woll Patricia Rouse-Becker Kathy (Kat Slaten-Ayala) Kathy Toerner Gary Torgeson HEAD COACH

2004 1995 1993 2001 1991 2009 2010 1992 1990 1994

MEN’S SWIMMING > Pete Accardy Herb Bishop Craig Dinkel Bruce Dodge Bob Gaona Michael Hamm Jeff Kubiak John Larson Jeff Thornton

1994 1987 1985 1985 1982 1986 2009 1981 1988

WOMEN’S SWIMMING > Michele Hampton Christa Lawrence Tracy McCluskey Rose Maggie Sundberg-Negron

1990 1992 1994 1987

MEN’S TENNIS > Tony Davila HEAD COACH Steve Messmer

2004 1982

WOMEN’S TENNIS > Heidi Rose

1995

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD > Stephen Brodi Ed Chaidez Clarence Frazier Garrett Noel

1988 1983 1983 2010

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD > Darcy Arreola Lange Alice Brown Julie Brown Jacqueline Hansen Pam Spencer-Marquez Dr. Barbara Swerkes HEAD COACH

1998 1986 1981 1988 1985 2009

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Coley Kyman Bob Samuelson

2004 1994

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL > Angela Binton-Collins Rosemarie Finnigan Rahn Diana Hoffman Mary Perry Mary Jane Smith-Waldman

1993 2001 1981 1984 1986

SPECIAL INDUCTEES > Dr. Glenn Arnett Dr. Judy Brame Joe Buttitta Stephen Burnett Dr. Lester Cohn Dr. James Cleary Dr. Lennin Glass Dick Enberg Bob Hiegert Dorothea “Granny” Heitz Dr. Rhonda Hyatt Phillip Munroe Dr. Edmund Peckham Dr. E. Ann Stitt Virginia White Dale Williams Dr. Sam Winningham

1981 2001 1982 1988 1988 1991 1988 1981 1998 2010 1999 1986 1992 1990 1985 1986 1987

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N NORTHRIDGE A HISTORY OF SUCCESS MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS >>

NCAA Division I, II

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970 1984

Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Stan Chamofsky Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bob Hiegert Bill Kernan Mike Batesole Mike Batesole

BASKETBALL > CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970-71 1971-72 1977-78 1978-79 1984-85 2000-01 2007-08 2008-09

Jerry Ball Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Pete Cassidy Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell Bobby Braswell

CROSS COUNTRY > Chris Johnson Chris Johnson Chris Johnson Chris Johnson

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Tom Keefe Bob Burt

GOLF > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1969 1973 1974

Bill Cullum Bill Cullum Bill Cullum

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

Jim Bracken

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1969 TRACK & FIELD > Cliff Abel

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

1974 1975 1976 1984 1995 1996 2004 2005 2007 2009 2010

Cliff Abel Cliff Abel Cliff Abel Bill Webb Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz

WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS >>

BASKETBALL > CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

GYMNASTICS >

1998-99

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Frozena Jerro

1968 1969

CROSS COUNTRY > 1976 Barbara Swerkes

SOCCER >

GOLF >

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad Marwan Ass’ad

1996 2001

SOFTBALL > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1983 1984 1985 1987

Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

TENNIS >

NCAA Division I, II

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

2000

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

1975

FOOTBALL > 1983 1990

1975 1977 1978 1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1973 1974 1975 1976

Terry Davila Terry Davila

SWIMMING & DIVING >

BASEBALL >

1965 1970 1971 1972 1973 1981 1990 1996 2002

2003 2005

2003 2004

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1993 1994 1995 1998 2010

SWIMMING & DIVING > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982 1987 1988 1989

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 TENNIS > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

GYMNASTICS > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982

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Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982 Bonnie Murphy Bonnie Murphy

Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Gary Torgeson Janet Sherman Janet Sherman Roni Sparrey

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1982 1984 1985 1986

Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy Pete Accardy

Tony Davila Gary Victor

TRACK & FIELD > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOOR

*1978 *1979 *1980

Barbara Swerkes Barbara Swerkes Barbara Swerkes

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: INDOORS

1999 2007

Don Strametz Don Strametz

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: OUTDOORS

1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2002 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz Don Strametz

VOLLEYBALL > NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

*1980 1983 1987

Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

1980 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1996

Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Walt Ker Dr. Lian Lu *Denotes AIAW National Titles

WATER POLO > 2009 Molly Barnes 2010 Marcello Leonardi


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