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Bemidji State Women’s Basketball This Week’s Opponents

St. Cloud State Fri., Jan. 14, 6 p.m., Halenbeck Hall No. 9 Wayne State College Sat., Jan. 15, 4 p.m., Gangelhoff Center

St. Cloud State Preview

St. Cloud State University enters the weekend with a 7-6 record (4-5 NSIC). The Huskies are coming off a weekend split with Upper Iowa University and Winona State University. SCSU upended the Peacocks handily but fell to the Warriors 57-52. St. Cloud State is paced offensively guards Sam Price and Talisha Barlow. Price, a 5-9 freshman from Eau Claire, Wis., comes into Friday as the team’s leading scorer averaging 11.8 points per game. Barlow, a senior from Little Canada, Minn. is averaging 11.2 points per game and is shooting 41.8 percent from beyond the arc. Inside, freshman Jessica Benson leads the way with 10.8 points and 7.0 rebounds per game.

Series History

St. Cloud State leads the all-time series between the schools 28-12. The two teams split last year’s meetings with BSU upending the Huskies 70-63 in Bemidji and falling 87-80 in St. Cloud.

Concordia-St. Paul Preview

Concordia University, St. Paul comes into the weekend with a 5-8 record after wins over Winona State and Upper Iowa last weekend. The Golden Bears are led by returning All-NSIC performers Maurika Hickman and Jineen Williams. Hickman comes into the weekend averaging 15.5 points per game. Williams is averaging 14.2 points per game so far this season. Concordia University comes into the weekend shooting 36.6 percent from beyond the arc. Hickman leads the way for the Golden Bears shooting 42. 9 percent from three-point land.

Series History

Concordia-St. Paul leads the all-time series 21-11 over Bemidji State. The conference regular-season champion Golden Bears swept the Beavers last season. BSU has lost the last seven meetings between the two schools. They last defeated the Golden Bears on Dec. 8, 2006.

2010-11 Schedule

Oct. 28 Jamestown (Exh.) L, 80-75 Nov. 4 at SD State (Exh.) L, 63-47 Nov. 16 Mayville State W, 87-76 Nov. 19 No. 19 California (Pa.) L, 73-68 Nov. 20 Grand View W, 72-68 Dec. 3 MSU Moorhead * L, 74-46 Dec. 4 UMC * L, 83-55 Dec. 7 St. Scholastica W, 83-31 Dec 10 Winona State * L, 81-64 Dec. 11 Upper Iowa * W, 79-65 Dec. 17 at Northern State * L, 64-41 Dec. 18 at U-Mary * L, 72-50 Jan. 2 at Minnesota Duluth * L, 99-76 Jan. 7 Augustana * W, 79-78 Jan. 8 Wayne State * L, 64-44 Jan. 14 at St. Cloud State * 6 pm Jan. 15 at Concordia-St. Paul * 4 pm Jan. 21 at Minnesota State * 6 pm Jan. 22 at SW Minnesota State * 6 pm Jan. 28 U-Mary * 6 pm Jan. 29 Northern State * 4 pm Feb. 5 Minnesota Duluth * 2 pm Feb. 11 at Minnesota, Crookston * 6 pm Feb. 12 at MSU Moorhead * 6 pm Feb. 18 SW Minnesota State * 6 pm Feb. 19 Minnesota State * 4 pm Feb. 25 Upper Iowa * 6 pm Feb. 25 Winona State * 5 pm

Multimedia Live Stats (Friday): http://www.stcloudstate.edu/athletics/sports/livestats/ sportsstats2/xlive.htm Live Stats (Saturday): http://www.cugoldenbears.com/livestats/basketballw/xlive. htm Video: NMTV (Friday and Saturday) Radio: Talk Radio 1360 (Mark Ricci)

Shawn Smith, Graduate Assistant Athletic Media Relations • ssmith@bemidjistate.edu • 218-755-4603 1500 Birchmont Drive NE #29 • Bemidji, MN 56601-2699 • www.bsubeavers.com


Bemidji State Women’s Basketball Projected Starters Bemidji State

PG 22 Melissa Borstner, Fr., 5-6, East Bethel, Minn., SG 20 Anna Hebrink, Sr., 5-8, Austin, Minn. 3G 5 Samantha Baldwin, Jr., 5-7, St. Thomas, N.D. PF 54 Jessie Althoff, So., 6-1, Becker, Minn. C 45 Colleen McKay, Sr., 6-0, Barnum, Minn. Bench G/F 2 Ellie Wessling, Fr., 5-10, Winsted, Minn. G 24 Sydney Epema, Jr., 5-8, Crookston, Minn. G 10 Morgan Lee, Fr., 5-7, Hayward, Wis. F 11 Alicia Underwood, Fr., 5-10, Colton, S.D. G 21 Shannon Thompson, So., 5-7, Rosemount, Minn. F 23 Taylor Davis, Jr., 5-11, Crookston, Minn. G 25 Tiffany Van Haaften, Fr., 5-8, Chaska, Minn. C 51 Kate Warmack, Fr., 6-2, East Grand Forks, Minn.

BSU Weekend Preview The Beavers are coming off a weekend in which they pulled off the upset of No. 21 Augustana on Saturday. BSU was unable to follow-up the performance on Sunday against No. 9 Wayne State but still came away from the weekend with a positive outlook. The win over the Vikings ends an eight-game losing streak for BSU against Augustana dating back to 1983. The victory was also the first for the Beavers over a ranked opponent since defeating defending National Champion Minnesota State in December of 2009. The Beavers got strong performances from several players on the weekend led by senior Colleen McKay (C, Barnum, Minn.) who averaged 16 points and nine rebounds in two games. Fellow senior Anna Hebrink (G, Austin, Minn.) was also key for BSU against No. 21 Augustana as she poured in four threes to help her to 18 points against Augie.

Top BSU Scorers

C 45 Colleen McKay, 9.5 ppg G/F 2 Ellie Wessling, 9.1 ppg F/C 54 Jessie Althoff, 8.6 ppg G 5 Samantha Baldwin, 7.9 ppg

Top Rebounders

C 45 Colleen McKay, 5.4 rpg G/F 2 Ellie Wessling, 5.4 rpg G 5 Samantha Baldwin, 4.6 rpg F/C 54 Jessie Althoff, 4.2 rpg

Top 3-Point Shooters

G 24 Sydney Epema, 35.1 pct. G 10 Morgan Lee, 34.8 pct. F/C 54 Jessie Althoff, 32.1 pct. G 5 Samantha Baldwin, 31.3 pct.

Top Free Throw Shooters G 20 Anna Hebrink, 87.5 pct. G/F 2 Ellie Wessling, 82.6 pct. G 10 Morgan Lee, 82.4 pct. F/C 54 Jessie Althoff, 81.3 pct.

Assist Leaders

G 20 Anna Hebrink, 2.5 apg G 5 Samantha Baldwin, 2.4 apg G 21 Shannon Thompson, 2.2 apg

Steals Leaders

G 20 Anna Hebrink. 1.8 spg G 5 Samantha Baldwin, 1.8 spg

BSU Ranked In Top 25 Nationally For Free Throws The BSU women’s basketball team dropped to No. 22 nationally this week in freethrow percentage according to the NCAA National Statistics Summary for Division II. The Beavers had been No. 4 nationally but their struggles from the charity stripe on Saturday against No. 21 Augustana College led to a fall in the overall free-throw rankings. BSU shot only 65.7 percent from the free-throw line last weekend. Freshman Ellie Wessling (G/F, Winsted, Minn.) with an 82.6 percentage, which ranks 79th in the nation individually.

Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week BSU has had three players honored as the Beaver Pride Female Athlete of the Week so far this season. Colleen McKay (Sr., C, Barnum, Minn.) earned her second honor of the season after averaging 16 points and nine rebounds as the Beavers split with No. 21 Augustana and No. 9 Wayne State. McKay along with Anna Hebrink (Sr., G, Austin, Minn.) and (Fr., G/F, Winsted, Minn.) are the three Beaver players to be honored this season.


Bemidji State Women’s Basketball Bemidji State Quick Facts School/Enrollment:....... Bemidji State University (5,171) Location/Founded: .............. Bemidji, Minnesota (1919) Population:.........30,000 (reflects city and surrounding area) Conference:.......................Northern Sun Intercollegiate Affiliation: ................ NCAA Division II (NCAA I-Hockey) Nickname: ........................................................ Beavers School Colors: ................Green (PMS 3305) and White Home Court: ..........................BSU Gymnasium (2,500) Press Row Phone:................................. (218) 755-3620 President: ... Dr. Richard Hanson (North Dakota St. ‘71) Athletic Director:...Dr. Rick Goeb (North Dakota St. ‘89) SWA: ....................... Sarah Levesque (North Dakota‘00) SWA Phone:.......................................... (218) 755-2142 Head Athletic Trainer: ................................... Bill Crews Athletic Trainer Phone:.......................... (218) 755-2769 Compliance Coordinator: ....................Sarah Levesque Compliance Phone:............................... (218) 755-2142 Ticket Manager:............................................ Pam Papp Tickets Phone:....................................... (218) 755-2057 Athletics Administrative Assistant:.........Debbie Slough Athletic Phone: ..................................... (218) 755-2941 Athletic Fax: ...........................................(218) 755-3898

Athletic Media Relations Director: ................. Brad Folkestad (Bemidji State ‘01) AMR Phone: ......................................... (218) 755-4603 AMR Fax: ..............................................(218) 755-3898 AMR Cell:.............................................. (218) 308-1115 AMR Email:.......................bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Women’s Basketball Contact:...................Shawn Smith Graduate Assistant Email:......ssmith@bemidjistate.edu Graudate Assistant Cell:........................ (319) 431-2545 Volleyball/Basketball Press Row:...........(218) 755-3620 Web site: .................................... www.bsubeavers.com

Program History

First year of women’s basketball: .................... 1967 Overall record (41 years): ................ 473-536-1 (.469) Years in post-season play: .............................. 6 (NAIA) National: (1985, 1986, 1987) District 13: (1988, 1989, 1991) Northern Sun (NSC Championships):..........................3 Northern Sun Intercollegiate (NSIC Championships)...0

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: .................Mike Curfman (Concordia ‘92) Head Coach Email:........... mcurfman@bemidjistate.edu Men’s Basketball Office Phone: ............(218) 755-3783 Record at School: ...........................55-83-Sixth season Career Record:.........................120-184 - 12th season Assistant Coach:..........Krissi Super (North Dakota ‘00) Graduate Assistant:........ Pamela Findlay (Air Force ‘08) Student Assistant..................................... Megan Bates Student Manager......................................Mary Graham

Team Information 2009-10 Record: ................ 12-15 (4-7 NSIC, t-11th) Starters Returning/Lost:........................................... 4/1 Letterwinner Returning/Lost:.................................... 9/5

BSU Against Ranked Foes Bemidji State has played some of their best games this season against teams ranked in the top 25. On Nov. 19 at the Maverick Classic in Mankato, Minn., the Beavers came within two points in the waning seconds against No. 19 California University (Pa.) but ultimately came short. Then last Saturday the Beavers followed up their early season performance with an upset of No. 21 Augustana College. The win is the first victory for BSU over a ranked opponent since upended defending National Champion Minnesota State University, ranked No. 11 at the time, on Dec. 19, 2009. BSU struggled in their last ranked game on Sunday as they fell to conference-leading Wayne State College, ranked No. 9 in the country.

Lee Beginning to Make Impact The daughter of Bemidji State men’s basketball’s all-time leading scorer David Lee, Morgan Lee (Fr., G, Hayward, Wis.) is beginning to make more and more of an impact for the Beavers as her freshman season progresses. Lee has seen an increased amount of playing time over the last few games for the Beavers. Last week Lee tallied a careerhigh 15 points on six of shooting from the field against Minnesota Duluth and also added 11 points in BSU’s upset of No. 21 Augustana. The two scoring performances served as Lee’s first double-figure scoring outings for BSU. Lee still has a ways to go to reach the level her father once was at as a Beaver men’s basketball player. David Lee had 2,034 career points. His daughter Morgan still needs 1,962 points to surpass her father’s outputs.

Road Woes Bemidji State has lost their last eight games on the road dating back to Jan. 29, 2010 when they defeated Minnesota State at the Taylor Center, 71-69. The Beavers are 0-3 in road games this year losing their last contest to Minnesota Duluth at Romano Gymnasium 99-76. The Beavers will look to end the streak when they begin a four-game road stretch on Jan. 14 and Jan. 15 against St. Cloud State and Concordia-St.Paul.

Epema Watch Sydney Epema (Jr., G, Crookston, Minn.) had shown her prowess from beyond the arc through two-and-a-half seasons in Bemidji as she currently ranks fifth all-time for career threes with 139. Epema needs 27 threes to surpass Kris DeMaris in fourth place. Epema had 56 made three-pointers as a sophomore after tallying 73 as a freshman. Her 73 made three-pointers still ranks third all-time for most made threes in a season. Top Career Three Pointers Made No. Made...... Player.........................................Season 1. 244......... Erin Walker.................................1997-00 2. 213......... Maggie Gernbacher...................2003-06 3. 212......... Holly Logghe..............................1992-96 4. 168......... Kris DeMaris..............................1987-91 5. 142......... Sydney Epema..........................2008-Pr


Bemidji State Women’s Basketball Upset-Minded

NSIC Standings

The BSU Beavers pulled off the upset of No. 21 Augustana College 79-78 on Saturday in Bemidji. Colleen McKay (Sr., C, Barnum, Minn.) and Anna Hebrink (Sr., G, Austin, Minn.) led the Beavers over the Vikings with 18 points apiece in what was a game where the BSU team was led by a balanced attack where both outside and inside games converged to give the Beavers a victory. Morgan Lee (Fr., G, Hayward, Wis.) and Jessie Althoff (So., F/C, Becker, Minn.) each scored in double figures as well with 11 points.

1. Wayne State 13-1 (10-0 NSIC) 2. Winona State 11-2 (7-2 NSIC) 3. Minnesota Duluth 8-5 (6-3 NSIC) T4. Augustana 13-4 (6-4 NSIC) T4. Northern State 9-5 (6-4 NSIC) T6. Minnesota State 8-5 (5-4 NSIC) T6. MSU Moorhead 8-5 (5-4 NSIC) 8. U-Mary 8-6 (5-5 NSIC) T9. St. Cloud State 7-6 (4-5 NSIC) T9. Concordia-St. Paul 5-8 (4-5 NSIC) T11. Bemidji State 5-8 (2-7 NSIC) T11. Minnesota, Crookston 5-8 (2-7 NSIC) T11. SW Minnesota State 3-10 (2-7 NSIC) 14. Upper Iowa 1-12 (1-8 NSIC)

Bemidji State in Tournament Games BSU holds a 9-13 record in tournament games under Curfman. BSU went 1-1 this season in tournament games picking up a victory over Grand View and a loss to No. 19 California (Pa.) at the Maverick Classic in Mankato, Minn.The Beavers went 3-1 last season in nonconference tournaments picking up wins against Western State and Western New Mexico at the Grand Canyon Thanksgiving Tournament and Martin Luther at the Grinnell Tip-Off Tournament. The three tournament victories in 2009 were the most in one season under a Curfman coached squad. The Beavers went 2-2 in 2007 with victories over St. Scholastica and Wisconsin-Stout at the University of WisconsinStout Tournament.

NSIC Player to Watch Jessie Althoff (So., F/C, Becker, Minn.) was selected as BSU’s Player to Watch by the NSIC heading into the season. Althoff led the team in scoring last season with 10.1 points per game as a freshman. She was selected as an NSIC All-Freshman team member following the conclusion of the season.

National Stat Rankings Scoring Offense: 147th Scoring Defense: 234th Field Goal Percentage: 195th Free-Throw Percentage: 22nd Three Point Field Goal Percentage: 182nd Assists Per Game: 131st Turnover Margin: 133rd Assist Turnover Ratio: 106th Free Throw Percentage Ellie Wessling, 79th

Projected Starters (Opponents) St. Cloud State PG 15 Amanda Wagner, So., 5-9, Webster, Minn. SG 11 Talisha Barlow, Sr., 5-8, Little Canada, Minn. 3G 3 Sam Price, Fr., 5-9, Eau Claire, Wis. 4G 10 Nicole Anderson, So., 5-6, Cannon Falls, Minn. C 45 Aaryn Booker, Jr., 5-10, Minneapolis, Minn.

Concordia-St. Paul PG 4 Zoraa Quoie, Sr., 5-7, Boston, Mass. SG 10 Maurika Hickman, Sr., 5-6, Minneapolis, Minn. 3G 22 Jineen Williams, Sr., 5-9, Racine, Wis. 4G 11 Rachel Hansen, Fr., 5-11, Eagan, Minn. PF 21 Jodi Batzel, Fr., 6-1, Rochester, Minn.


Bemidji State Women’s Basketball USA Today/ESPN Poll Assis 1. Delta State 2. Lander 3. Fort Lewis 4. Arkansas Tech 5. Clayton State 6. Northeastern State 7. Washburn 8. Wayne State (Neb.) 9. Michigan Tech 10. Emporia State 11. Alaska-Anchorage 12. Western Washington 13. Grand Valley State 14. Holy Family 15. Bentley 16. Millersville 17. Grand Canyon 18. USC-Aiken 19. Rollins 20. Dixie State 21. Metro State 22. Seattle Pacific 23. Quincy 24. Cal State-Chico 25. West Liberty

Bemidji State - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS.......................

FIELD GOALS MADE.............

FIELD GOAL ATT...............

FG PCT (min 5 made)..........

Scoring Offense 11. 64.9

Wessling, Ellie vs Upper Iowa (12/11/10)

21

Wessling, Ellie vs California (PA) (11/19/10)

18

Hebrink, Anna vs AUGIE (01/08/11)

18

McKay, Colleen vs AUGIE (01/08/11)

18

McKay, Colleen vs Upper Iowa (12/11/10)

18

Borstner, Melissa vs California (PA) (11/19/10)

9

McKay, Colleen vs AUGIE (01/08/11)

8

Wessling, Ellie vs California (PA) (11/19/10)

15

McKay, Colleen at Northern State (12/17/10)

14

Althoff, Jessie vs MSU Moorhead (12/3/10)

.714 ( 5-7 ) Baldwin, Samantha vs Minnesota, Crookston (12/4/10) .714 ( 5-7 ) Wessling, Ellie vs Mayville (11/16/10)

3 PT FG MADE.................

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS.............

4

Hebrink, Anna vs AUGIE (01/08/11)

3

Epema, Sydney vs AUGIE (01/08/11)

3

Hebrink, Anna at University of Mary (12/18/10)

3

Borstner, Melissa vs California (PA) (11/19/10)

10 8

3-PT FG PCT (min 2 made).....

Epema, Sydney vs St. Scholastica (12/7/10) Epema, Sydney vs Mayville (11/16/10)

1.000 ( 2-2 ) Epema, Sydney at Grand View (11/20/10) 1.000 ( 2-2 ) Baldwin, Samantha vs California (PA) (11/19/10)

FREE THROWS MADE.............

NSIC Stat Rankings

21

FREE THROW ATT...............

8

Wessling, Ellie vs Upper Iowa (12/11/10)

8

Baldwin, Samantha vs Mayville (11/16/10)

12 9

FT PCT (min 3 made)..........

Borstner, Melissa at Minnesota Duluth (01/03/11) Borstner, Melissa vs California (PA) (11/19/10)

1.000 ( 8-8 ) Wessling, Ellie vs Upper Iowa (12/11/10) 1.000 ( 8-8 ) Baldwin, Samantha vs Mayville (11/16/10)

Scoring Defense 12. 71.4 points per game

1.000 ( 6-6 ) Borstner, Melissa at Grand View (11/20/10) 1.000 ( 5-5 ) Wessling, Ellie vs Wayne State (01/09/11)

Free Throw Percentage 6. 75.9 percent

1.000 ( 4-4 ) Hebrink, Anna at Minnesota Duluth (01/03/11)

Field Goal Percentage 13. 37.9 percent

1.000 ( 4-4 ) Baldwin, Samantha at Grand View (11/20/10)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage 12. 29.4 percent

1.000 ( 4-4 ) Hebrink, Anna vs Upper Iowa (12/11/10)

1.000 ( 4-4 ) Althoff, Jessie vs California (PA) (11/19/10) REBOUNDS.....................

ASSISTS......................

Rebounding Margin 13. -2.8 Assists 8. 13.23 Steals 5. 9.54

STEALS.......................

BLOCKED SHOTS................

TURNOVERS....................

FOULS........................

13

Baldwin, Samantha vs St. Scholastica (12/7/10)

13

Wessling, Ellie at Grand View (11/20/10)

7

Thompson, Shannon vs Mayville (11/16/10)

5

Hebrink, Anna at Minnesota Duluth (01/03/11)

5

Hebrink, Anna vs Upper Iowa (12/11/10)

5

Thompson, Shannon at Grand View (11/20/10)

6

Hebrink, Anna at Northern State (12/17/10)

5

Wessling, Ellie vs St. Scholastica (12/7/10)

2

McKay, Colleen vs Winona State (12/10/10)

2

McKay, Colleen vs St. Scholastica (12/7/10)

2

Wessling, Ellie at Grand View (11/20/10)

11

Borstner, Melissa vs California (PA) (11/19/10)

8

Lee, Morgan at Minnesota Duluth (01/03/11)

5

Lee, Morgan at Minnesota Duluth (01/03/11)

5

Baldwin, Samantha vs Minnesota, Crookston (12/4/10)

5

McKay, Colleen vs Mayville (11/16/10)


Bemidji State Women’s Basketball 2010-11 Bemidji State Roster 2 5 10 11 20 21 22 23 24 25 45 51 54 55

Ellie Wessling G/F Samantha Baldwin G Morgan Lee G Alicia Underwood F Anna Hebrink G Shannon Thompson G Melissa Borstner G Taylor Davis F Sydney Epema G Tiffany Van Haaften G Colleen McKay C Kate Warmack C Jessie Althoff F/C Emily Kaus C

Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. r-Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So.

2010-11 St. Cloud State Roster

Winsted, Minn. St. Thomas, N.D. Hayward, Wis. Colton, S.D. Austin, Minn. Rosemount, Minn. East Bethel, Minn. Crookston, Minn. Crookston, Minn. Chaska, Minn. Barnum, Minn. E. Grand Forks, Minn. Becker, Minn. Eagan, Minn.

5-10 5-7 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-10 5-8 5-8 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-2

Pronouncations Alicia Underwood - uh-LISH-uh Anna Hebrink - HEE-brink Sydney Epema - Eh-PUH-muh Tiffany Van Haaften - Van HOFF-ten Emily Kaus - KOSS

2 3 4 5 10 11 13 15 21 23 32 33 43 45

Morgan Lof Sam Price Jordi Gerking Rachelle Eckmann Nicole Anderson Talisha Barlow Jamie Noonan Amanda Wagner Jennifer Dowd Reyan Robinson Jessica Benson Rachael Moen Christina Steele Aaryn Booker

F G G P G G G G G F F G P P

So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

Detroit Lakes, Minn. 6-0 Eau Claire, Wis. 5-9 Spirit Lake, Iowa 5-10 Trimont, Minn. 6-1 Cannon Falls, Minn. 5-6 Little Canada, Minn. 5-8 Richfield, Minn. 5-9 Webster, Minn. 5-9 Rogers, Minn. 5-7 Becker, Minn. 6-0 Grand Meadow, Minn. 6-0 Savage, Minn. 5-7 Apple Valley, Minn. 6-1 Minneapolis, Minn. 5-10

Head Coach: Lori Fish Assistant Coach: Megan Vogel Graduate Assistant Coach: Alanna Wahl

Head Coach: Mike Curfman Assistant Coach: Krissi Super Graduate Assistant Coach: Pamela Findlay

2010-11 Concordia-St. Paul Roster 2 4 5 10 11 12 13 20 21 22 23 24 30 32 42

Maribel Arellano Zoraa Quoie Anne Skriba Maurika Hickman Rachel Hansen Jolene Blood Mandy Poke Carissa Wolyniec Jodi Batzel Jineen Williams Shandrell Duncan Megan Quiram Tori Lythjohan Ari Johnson Erica Gress

G G G G G G G G F G F C F F F

Head Coach: Paul Fessler Assistant Coach: Angie Woods Assistant Coach: Drew Woods Graduate Assistant: Gillian Bjerke

Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr.

Scottsbluff, Neb. Boston, Mass. LaCrosse, Wis. Minneapolis, Minn. Eagan, Minn. Mounds View, Minn. Richfield, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Rochester, Minn. Racine, Wis. New Orleans, La. Eagle Lake, Minn. Cedarburg, Wis. Oakdale, Minn. Apple Valley, Minn.

Record against Opponents 5-9 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-4 6-0 5-10 5-10

Mayville State 25-5 California (Pa.) 1-1 Grand View 2-0 MSU Moorhead 38-51 Minnesota, Crookston 17-8 St. Scholastica 24-2 Winona State 38-29 Upper Iowa 8-3 Northern State 8-43 U-Mary 2-7 Minnesota Duluth 29-54 Augustana 2-8 Wayne State 12-23 St. Cloud State 12-28 Concordia-St. Paul 11-21 SW Minnesota State 29-35

Last Meeting: 11/16/10 Last Meeting: 11/19/10 Last Meeting: 11/20/10 Last Meeting: 12/3/10 Last Meeting: 12/4/10 Last Meeting: 12/7/10 Last Meeting: 12/10/10 Last Meeting: 12/11/10 Last Meeting: 12/18/10 Last Meeting: 12/19/10 Last Meeting: 1/3/11 Last Meeting: 1/8/11 Last Meeting: 1/9/11 Last Meeting: 2/6/10 Last Meeting: 2/16/10 Last Meeting: 1/30/10


Bemidji State Women’s Basketball Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Bemidji State Season Box Score (Through games of Jan 10, 2011) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES........... CONFERENCE.......... NON-CONFERENCE......

OVERALL (5-8) (2-7) (3-1)

HOME (4-4) (2-4) (2-0)

AWAY (1-3) (0-3) (1-0)

NEUTRAL (0-1) (0-0) (0-1)

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| ## Player GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------45 McKay, Colleen..... 13-9 317 24.4 52-113 .460 2-8 .250 18-33 .545 19 51 70 5.4 38 1 12 19 5 12 124 9.5 Conference-Only.. 9-7 247 27.4 43-92 .467 2-8 .250 11-20 .550 13 42 55 6.1 24 0 12 11 3 12 99 11.0 02 Wessling, Ellie.... 13-7 314 24.2 38-88 .432 4-15 .267 38-46 .826 25 45 70 5.4 24 0 19 28 2 16 118 9.1 Conference-Only.. 9-4 200 22.2 19-56 .339 2-11 .182 26-30 .867 13 26 39 4.3 18 0 14 21 0 8 66 7.3 54 Althoff, Jessie.... 13-12 331 25.5 45-115 .391 9-28 .321 13-16 .813 21 33 54 4.2 26 0 9 22 4 9 112 8.6 Conference-Only.. 9-9 240 26.7 31-82 .378 7-21 .333 4-6 .667 13 19 32 3.6 21 0 7 16 2 5 73 8.1 05 Baldwin, Samantha.. 10-10 241 24.1 22-51 .431 5-16 .313 30-39 .769 20 26 46 4.6 23 1 24 12 0 18 79 7.9 Conference-Only.. 6-6 141 23.5 12-34 .353 2-9 .222 11-18 .611 7 14 21 3.5 14 1 13 8 0 12 37 6.2 22 Borstner, Melissa.. 13-8 266 20.5 27-77 .351 7-25 .280 35-48 .729 10 23 33 2.5 20 0 21 33 2 14 96 7.4 Conference-Only.. 9-5 177 19.7 13-44 .295 2-12 .167 18-26 .692 6 15 21 2.3 13 0 10 19 2 9 46 5.1 20 Hebrink, Anna...... 13-13 314 24.2 33-97 .340 16-59 .271 14-16 .875 7 26 33 2.5 38 0 33 37 1 24 96 7.4 Conference-Only.. 9-9 248 27.6 26-75 .347 14-47 .298 11-12 .917 5 20 25 2.8 27 0 22 30 1 20 77 8.6 10 Lee, Morgan........ 13-0 172 13.2 25-68 .368 8-23 .348 14-17 .824 1 28 29 2.2 16 1 9 20 1 9 72 5.5 Conference-Only.. 9-0 138 15.3 19-50 .380 4-15 .267 13-14 .929 1 23 24 2.7 14 1 9 19 0 8 55 6.1 23 Davis, Taylor...... 11-0 135 12.3 17-37 .459 3-6 .500 3-3 1.000 13 10 23 2.1 7 0 2 7 3 1 40 3.6 Conference-Only.. 7-0 86 12.3 8-20 .400 3-6 .500 2-2 1.000 2 6 8 1.1 3 0 1 3 2 1 21 3.0 24 Epema, Sydney...... 13-6 201 15.5 14-52 .269 13-37 .351 2-2 1.000 4 19 23 1.8 12 0 13 16 0 5 43 3.3 Conference-Only.. 9-5 130 14.4 6-25 .240 6-15 .400 0-0 .000 3 11 14 1.6 9 0 7 9 0 2 18 2.0 21 Thompson, Shannon.. 12-0 187 15.6 8-45 .178 3-21 .143 19-25 .760 5 12 17 1.4 18 0 26 21 0 16 38 3.2 Conference-Only.. 8-0 105 13.1 7-29 .241 3-16 .188 5-7 .714 4 7 11 1.4 7 0 10 10 0 7 22 2.8 51 Warmack, Kate...... 12-0 97 8.1 9-22 .409 0-0 .000 6-8 .750 10 23 33 2.8 20 0 3 9 4 0 24 2.0 Conference-Only.. 8-0 67 8.4 7-17 .412 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 4 14 18 2.3 14 0 2 6 3 0 18 2.3 11 Underwood, Alicia.. 7-0 21 3.0 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 1 2 0.3 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0.3 Conference-Only.. 6-0 17 2.8 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 1 2 0.3 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0.3 25 Van Haaften, Tiffan 1-0 2 2.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Conference-Only.. 1-0 2 2.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TEAM............... 19 26 45 3.5 0 6 Conference-Only.. 13 18 31 3.4 0 3 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total.............. 13 2598 291-768 .379 70-238 .294 192-253 .759 155 324 479 36.8 242 3 172 231 22 124 844 64.9 Conference-Only.. 9 1798 192-526 .365 45-160 .281 105-141 .745 85 217 302 33.6 164 2 107 156 13 84 534 59.3 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Opponents.......... 13 2600 323-753 .429 84-255 .329 198-285 .695 160 356 516 39.7 226 - 188 237 48 136 928 71.4 Conference-Only.. 9 1800 235-529 .444 61-188 .324 149-203 .734 111 268 379 42.1 141 1 143 152 30 92 680 75.6

BY PERIOD 1st 2nd ------------ ---- ---Team........ 401 443 Opponents... 480 448

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Total ---844 928

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: OFF DEF TOTAL ------------------------------ --- ----- ----Bemidji State................. 17 4 21 Opponents..................... 28 9 37


Bemidji State Women’s Basketball Bemidji State University Bemidji State Game-by-Game Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Jan 12, 2011) All games 02

05

10

11

20

21

22

23

24

Opponent

Date

Score

WL WESSLING, BALDWIN,S LEE,MORGA UNDERWOOD HEBRINK,A THOMPSON, BORSTNER, DAVIS,TAY EPEMA,SYD

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MAYVILLE

11/16/10

87-76

W

vs California (PA)

11/19/10

68-73

at Grand View

11/20/10

72-68

MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON

12/4/10

55-83

ST. SCHOLASTICA

12/7/10

83-31

WINONA STATE

12/10/10

64-81

UPPER IOWA

12/11/10

79-65

MSU MOORHEAD

12/3/10

46-74

at Northern State

12/17/10

at University of Mary

16- 4- 0

12- 8- 4

6- 1- 0

DNP

6- 0- 2

9- 3- 7

15- 5- 4

4- 3- 0

6- 0- 1

21-10- 4

8- 2- 0

0- 2- 0

DNP

2- 5- 2

5- 1- 2

18- 3- 2

2- 2- 0

3- 1- 0

5-13- 0

11- 2- 3

6- 0- 0

DNP

5- 1- 3

1- 2- 5

8- 2- 2

6- 5- 1

8- 6- 2

6- 3- 1

12- 7- 3

7- 1- 1

0- 0- 0

2- 3- 1

2- 3- 2

11- 4- 3

0- 1- 0

0- 0- 2

10- 4- 1

11-13- 4

5- 2- 0

0- 0- 1

6- 2- 4

1- 0- 2

9- 2- 3

7- 5- 0

8- 2- 3

7- 2- 3

7- 3- 3

7- 2- 0

0- 1- 0

8- 2- 4

2- 2- 1

0- 0- 0

0- 1- 0

3- 2- 0

21- 5- 1

7- 2- 3

4- 1- 0

DNP

9- 4- 5

L

7- 2- 2

2- 1- 1

2- 2- 0

DNP

6- 2- 1

4- 2- 1

4- 6- 0

4- 0- 0

0- 2- 2

41-64

L

2- 3- 2

DNP

7- 4- 0

2- 1- 0

2- 4- 2

9- 0- 2

3- 5- 0

3- 0- 1

0- 2- 0

12/18/10

50-72

L

4- 7- 2

DNP

2- 1- 0

0- 0- 0

13- 6- 2

3- 3- 0

5- 1- 2

9- 2- 0

3- 0- 2

at Minnesota Duluth

01/03/11

76-99

L

5- 5- 0

DNP

15- 3- 4

0- 0- 0

16- 1- 5

0- 1- 1

9- 1- 3

5- 3- 0

0- 0- 0

AUGIE

01/08/11

79-78

18- 2- 0

2- 0- 2

4- 1- 1

WAYNE STATE

01/09/11

44-64

3- 1- 2

0- 0- 1

8- 1- 0

Opponent

Date

Score

WL VAN HAAFT MCKAY,COL WARMACK,K ALTHOFF,J

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MAYVILLE

11/16/10

87-76

W

vs California (PA)

11/19/10

68-73

at Grand View

11/20/10

72-68

MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON

12/4/10

55-83

ST. SCHOLASTICA

12/7/10

83-31

WINONA STATE

12/10/10

64-81

UPPER IOWA

12/11/10

79-65

MSU MOORHEAD

12/3/10

46-74

at Northern State

12/17/10

at University of Mary

L W L W L W

W L

3- 9- 2

3- 4- 3

11- 5- 3

11- 3- 1

6- 4- 0

0- 5- 1

25

45

51

DNP 0- 0- 0

54

DNP

5- 5- 0

0- 1- 0

DNP

3- 3- 0

0- 1- 1

6- 2- 1

DNP

9- 2- 0

0- 2- 0

13- 9- 0

DNP

6- 2- 0

4- 3- 0

5- 3- 1

DNP

8- 5- 0

6-11- 0

12- 5- 1

DNP

14- 7- 2

4- 2- 1

12- 5- 2

DNP

18- 7- 4

4- 2- 0

11- 6- 0

L

DNP

6- 3- 0

4- 3- 0

7- 3- 1

41-64

L

DNP

6- 7- 1

0- 2- 0

7- 3- 0

12/18/10

50-72

L

DNP

4- 3- 1

0- 5- 0

7- 2- 2

at Minnesota Duluth

01/03/11

76-99

L

DNP

15- 8- 2

0- 0- 1

11- 3- 1

AUGIE

01/08/11

79-78

DNP

18- 9- 2

WAYNE STATE

01/09/11

44-64

L W L W L W

W L

0- 1- 0

12- 9- 0

DNP 2- 1- 0

8- 6- 0

11- 3- 0 2- 4- 0

DNP

2- 2- 1

DNP

DNP 0- 1- 0

3- 2- 0

9- 4- 1 0- 2- 0


Bemidji State Women’s Basketball ANNA HEBRINK SR • G • 5 - 8 AUST IN, MINN. • R IV E RL AND C O MM U N I TY C OL L E G E 2010-11 (Senior) - Has started all 13 games for BSU...Averaging 15.5 points in last two games for BSU...Had eight points and four assists vs. Winona State...Notched nine points and four boards against Upper Iowa...Tallied team-high 13 points and grabbed six rebounds in loss to U-Mary... Made three shots from beyond the arc...Led team with 16 points against UMD...Named Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week following performance against Minnesota Duluth...Was co-leader in scoring for Beavers with 18 points on six of 11 shooting from the field in upset of No. 21 Augustana... Connected on four of six from beyond the arc against Vikings.

-Total-

-3-Point-

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-A PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A 10-11 13-13 314/24.2 33-97 .340 16-59 .271 14-16 09-10 27-23 725/26.9 67-198 .338 39-127 .307 17-21 Total 40-36 1,049/26.2 100-295 .339 55-186 .296 31-37

-Rebounds- PCT. OFF-DEF .875 7-26 .810 20-83 .838 27-109

TOT AVG. 33 2.5 103 3.8 136 3.4

PF-FO A TO B ST PTS 38-0 33 37 1 24 96/7.4 66-2 69 59 1 37 190/7.0 104-2 102 96 2 61 286/7.2

COLLEEN MCKAY SR • C • 6 - 0 BARNUM, MINN. • BARNUM H . S . 2010-11 (Senior) - Has started the last eight games for BSU...Tallied nine points in 14 minutes vs. Grand View...Had eight points and five boards vs. St. Scholastica...Led BSU with 14 points and seven rebounds against Winona State...Had season-high 18 points and seven boards vs. Upper Iowa...Grabbed seven rebounds against Northern State...Notched 15 points and eight boards against UMD...Led BSU with 18 points and nine rebounds in upset of No. 21 Augustana...Led Beavers with 12 points and nine rebounds in loss to No. 9 Wayne State...Named Beaver Pride Female Athlete of the Week following performances against Augustana and Wayne State.

-Total-

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG 10-11 13-9 317/24.4 09-10 27-9 433/16.0 08-09 27-19 641/23.7 07-08 26-18 571/22.0 Total 93-56 1,962/21.1

FG-A 52-113 71-138 90-212 84-197 295-660

-3-Point-

-Rebounds-

PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A PCT. OFF-DEF TOT AVG. .460 2-8 .250 18-33 .545 19-51 70 5.4 .514 3-8 .375 40-63 .635 39-73 112 4.1 .425 9-35 .257 44-70 .629 44-86 130 4.8 .426 14-26 .538 51-80 .638 38-68 106 4.1 .447 28-77 .364 153-246 .622 139-278 399 4.3

PF-FO 38-1 45-0 64-3 56-0 203-4

A TO B ST PTS 12 19 5 12 124/9.5 21 40 10 15 185/6.9 22 41 10 23 233/8.6 13 28 6 18 233/9.0 68 128 31 68 775/8.3

SAMANTHA BALDWIN JR • G • 5-7 ST. T H O MAS , N. D . • GRAFT O N H . S . 2010-11 (Junior) - Returned to action against Augustana and Wayne State after missing previous three games...Tallied 12 points, eight rebounds and four assists against Mayville State...Hit 8-of-8 free throws against the Comets...Was one of three Beavers to score in double figures against Mayville State...Eight rebounds led all Beaver players against the Comets...Had 11 points in 26 minutes against Grand View...Led the Beavers with 12 points, seven rebounds and four assists against Minnesota, Crookston...Tallied first career double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds against St. Scholastica.

-Total-

-3-Point-

-Rebounds-

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-A PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A PCT. OFF-DEF TOT AVG. 10-11 10-10 241/24.1 22-51 .431 5-16 .313 30-39 .769 20-26 46 4.6 09-10 26-3 479/18.4 42-104 .404 14-39 .359 50-69 .725 21-78 99 3.8 08-09 27-24 772/28.6 65-145 .448 20-56 .357 41-62 .661 44-104 148 5.5 Total 63-37 1,492/23.7 129-300 .430 39-111 .351 121-170 .712 85-208 293 4.7

PF-FO A TO B ST PTS 23-1 24 12 0 18 79/7.9 53-0 32 34 2 34 148/5.7 64-2 76 78 4 23 191/7.1 140-2 132 124 6 75 418/6.6


TAYLOR DAVIS JR • F • 5-10 CROO K S T O N, MINN. • C R O O KS T O N H .S . 2010-11 (Junior) - Has appeared in all but two games off the bench...Had four points and three rebounds in 10 minutes against Mayville State... Tallied six points and five rebounds in 19 minutes vs. Grand View...Had four points off the bench against MSU Moorhead...Grabbed one board in nine minutes off the bench against Minnesota, Crookston...Had seven points and five boards off bench vs. St. Scholastica...Tallied nine points off the bench against U-Mary.

-Total-

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG 10-11 11-0 135/12.3 09-10 27-10 429/15.9 08-09 27-14 512/19.0 Total 65-24 1,076/16.6

FG-A 17-37 76-178 57-146 150-361

-3-Point- PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A .459 3-6 .500 3-3 .427 7-22 .318 32-34 .390 5-17 .294 45-64 .415 15-45 .333 80-101

-Rebounds- PCT. OFF-DEF 1.000 13-10 .941 20-55 .703 27-80 .792 60-145

TOT AVG. 23 2.1 75 2.8 107 4.0 205 3.2

PF-FO 7-0 36-0 47-1 88-1

A TO B ST PTS 2 7 3 1 40/3.6 21 36 3 6 191/7.1 28 61 10 9 164/6.1 51 104 16 16 392/6.0

SYDNEY EPEMA JR • G • 5-8 CROO K S T O N, MINN. • C R O O KS T O N H .S . 2010-11 (Junior) - Has started six of 13 games for BSU...Tallied eight points and six rebounds against Grand View...Had eight points and three assists against St. Scholastica.

-Total-

-3-Point-

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-A PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A 10-11 13-6 201/15.5 11-46 .239 13-37 .351 2-2 09-10 27-24 709/26.3 85-237 .359 56-151 .371 35-42 08-09 27-24 811/30.0 102-279 .366 73-207 .353 24-36 Total 67-54 1,721/25.7 198-562 .352 142-395 .359 61-80

-Rebounds- PCT. OFF-DEF TOT AVG. 1.000 4-19 23 1.8 .833 16-68 84 3.1 .667 16-62 78 2.9 .763 36-148 185 2.8

PF-FO 12-0 41-0 33-0 90-0

A TO B ST PTS 13 16 0 5 43/3.3 36 45 5 20 261/9.7 37 51 4 23 301/11.1 82 112 9 48 605/9.0

JESSIE ALTHOFF SO • F/ C • 6 - 1 BECKE R, MINN. • BE C KE R H . S .

2010-11 (Sophomore) - Has started 12 of 13 games for BSU...Had eight points and six rebounds against Mayville State...Tallied six points in the second half against California (Pa.) after sitting the first half due to disciplinary reasons...Led the Beavers with 13 points and nine rebounds in 26 minutes vs. Grand View...Led team with 12 points and added five boards vs. St. Scholastica...Had 12 points and five boards against Winona State... Tallied 11 points and six rebounds vs. Upper Iowa...Scored 11 points vs. UMD.

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG 10-11 13-12 331/25.5 09-10 27-22 659/24.4 Total 40-34 990/24.8

-Total-

-3-Point-

FG-A PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A 45-115 .391 9-28 .321 13-16 109-251 .434 8-24 .333 46-57 154-366 .421 17-52 .327 59-73

-Rebounds- PCT. OFF-DEF .813 21-33 .807 49-49 .808 70-82

TOT AVG. 54 4.2 98 3.6 152 3.8

PF-FO 26-0 63-2 89-2

A TO B ST PTS 9 22 4 9 112/8.6 26 56 4 21 272/10.1 35 78 8 30 384/9.6


SHANNON THOMPSON SO • G • 5 - 7 ROSE MO UNT , MINN. • AP P L E V AL LE Y H .S .

2010-11 (Sophomore) - Has played in 12 games off the bench for BSU...Tallied nine points and a team-high seven assists vs. Mayville State...Tallied five points on five-of-six made free throws against California (Pa.)...Had five assists against Grand View...Tallied four steals against St. Scholastica...

Year GP-GS 10-11 12-0 09-10 27-6 Total 39-6

-Total- MIN/AVG 187/15.6 544/20.1 731/18.7

FG-A 8-45 64-140 72-185

-3-Point- PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A .178 3-21 .143 19-25 .457 31-80 .388 44-64 .389 34-101 .337 63-89

-Rebounds- PCT. OFF-DEF .760 5-12 .688 17-32 .708 22-44

TOT 17 49 66

AVG. 1.7 1.8 1.8

PF-FO 18-0 61-0 79-0

A TO B ST PTS 26 21 0 16 38/3.2 49 53 4 46 203/7.5 75 74 4 72 241/6.2

MELISSA BORSTNER FR • G • 5 - 6 E AST B E T H E L , MINN. • S T . F RANC IS H .S .

2010-11 (Freshman) - Has started six games at point guard...Tallied 15 points in first career game shooting five-of-11 from the field in 18 minutes... Had 18 points in 32 minutes against California (Pa.)...Shot three-of-five from beyond the arc against the Vulcans...Was seven-of-nine from charity stripe against California (Pa.)...Had eight points against Grand View...Was six-of-six from charity stripe against Vikings...Had nine points and three assists off the bench against St. Scholastica...Tallied nine points vs. UMD.

-Total-

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-A 10-11 13-8 266/20.5 27-77

-3-Point-

-Rebounds-

PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A PCT. OFF-DEF TOT AVG. PF-FO A TO B ST PTS .351 7-25 .280 35-48 .729 10-23 33 2.5 20-0 21 33 2 14 96/7.4

MORGAN LEE FR • G • 5 - 7 HAY W ARD , W IS . • H AYW AR D H . S .

2010-11 (Freshman) - Has appeared in all 13 games off the bench...Had six points on two three-pointers in 11 minutes against Mayville State... Tallied two rebounds in eight minutes against California (Pa.)...Had six points in seven minutes vs. Grand View...Tallied five points in eight minutes against St. Scholastica...Had seven points off the bench against Winona State...Had four points in 10 minutes vs. Upper Iowa...Tallied career-high 15 points against UMD...Notched 11 points and five rebounds in upset of No. 21 Augustana.

-Total-

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-A 10-11 13-0 172/13.2 25-68

-3-Point-

-Rebounds-

PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A PCT. OFF-DEF .368 8-23 .348 14-17 .824 1-28

TOT AVG. PF-FO A TO B ST PTS 29 2.2 16-1 9 20 1 9 72/5.5

KATE WARMACK FR • C • 6 - 2 EAS T GRAND FO RKS , MINN. • E AS T G RA N D F ORKS H .S .

2010-11 (Freshman) - Has appeared in 12 games off the bench...Had one rebound in six minutes of play against Mayville State...Grabbed one rebound in two minutes vs. California (Pa.)...Had two rebounds in six minutes against Grand View...Tallied four points and two boards in 12 minutes against Winona State...Tallied four points against Upper Iowa...Grabbed five boards against U-Mary.

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG 10-11 12-0 97/8.1

-Total- FG-A 9-22

-3-Point- PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A .409 0-0 .000 6-8

-Rebounds- PCT. OFF-DEF TOT AVG. PF-FO A TO B ST PTS .750 10-23 33 2.8 20-0 3 9 4 0 24/2.0


ELLIE WESSLING FR • G/ F • 5 - 1 0 E AS T BE T H E L , MINN. • S T . F RANC I S H .S .

2010-11 (Freshman) - Has started seven games this season for BSU...Led Beavers with 16 points in first career BSU game...Shot five-of-seven from the field...Named Beaver Pride Female Athlete of the Week after averaging 14.0 points and 9.0 rebounds in first week at BSU...Tallied first career double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds against California (Pa.)...Was eight-of-12 from the floor against the Vulcans...Had five points and 13 rebounds vs. Grand View...Also tallied two blocks vs. Vikings...Had 10 points, four boards and five steals vs. St. Scholastica...Tied career high with 21 points and five boards off bench against Upper Iowa...Grabbed seven boards vs. U-Mary...Had 11 points against No. 9 Wayne State...Tallied team-high nine rebounds in upset of No. 21 Augustana.

-Total-

Year GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-A 10-11 13-7 314/24.2 38-88

-3-Point-

-Rebounds-

PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A PCT. OFF-DEF TOT AVG. PF-FO A TO B ST PTS .432 4-15 .267 38-46 .826 25-40 70 5.4 24-0 19 28 2 16 118/9.1

ALICIA UNDERWOOD FR • G • 5 - 1 0 COLT O N, S . D . • S O UT H D AKO T A S TA TE

2010-11 (Freshman) - Has appeared in seven games for BSU...Scored first career points against Northern State.

Year GP-GS 10-11 7-0

-Total- MIN/AVG 21/3.0

FG-A 1-2

-3-Point- PCT. FG-A PCT. FT-A .500 0-0 .000 0-0

-Rebounds- PCT. OFF-DEF .000 1-1

TOT 2

AVG. PF-FO 0.3 0-0

A TO B ST PTS 1 1 0 0 2/0.3


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