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WBB MEDIA SERVICES

EASTERN OREGON

Barrett Henderson, Asst. AD,

Women’s Basketball

Media Services, Game Management, and Promotions bhenderson@eou.edu

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GAME 29 * FEB. 25, 2011 2010 EASTERN OREGON SCHEDULE Date Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 22 Nov. 26 Nov. 27 Dec. 3 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 12 Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 15 Jan. 21 Jan 22 Jan. 28 Jan. 29 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 22

Opponent Time/Result ALUMNI GAME # W, 84-72 MONTANA TECH W, 61-45 WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY W, 94-34 University of Idaho # L, 55-72 Walla Walla University W, 102-49 MONTANA WESTERN $ L, 72-77 WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY $ W, 77-35 Willamette University W, 70-55 Warner University % W, 85-50 Webber International % W, 80-42 EVERGREEN STATE * W, 69-68 NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY* W, 70-69 Northwest Nazarene # L, 65-80 Linfield College W, 66-45 Southern Oregon* L, 53-69 Oregon Tech* W, 85-68 CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY* L, 90-93 WARNER PACIFIC* L, 62-67 College of Idaho* L, 53-57 Northwest Christian* L, 61-66 Corban University* L, 64-75 OREGON TECH* W, 69-60 SOUTHERN OREGON* W, 69-35 Warner Pacific* L, 74-87 Concordia University* W, 72-64 WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY W, 69-57 COLLEGE OF IDAHO* W, 69-57 CORBAN UNIVERSITY* L, 80-82 NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN* W, 69-52 Northwest University* W, 91-85 2OT Evergreen State College* W, 71-65 CCC Tournament-1st Round** Northwest University W, 90-65 Feb. 25 CCC Tournament-Semis** Concordia University 7 p.m. Feb. 28 CCC Tournament-Finals** Mar. 9-15 NAIA Div. II National Championships^ HOME GAMES # Exhibition Game $ Aramark Holiday Classic- Hosted by EOU % Warrior Turkey Shootout- Hosted by Webber International * Cascade Collegiate Conference Game ** CCC Tournament Game ^ NAIA Div. 2 National Tournament

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EOU MOUNTAINEERS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES

Eastern Women Travel to Top-Seed for Tournament Semifinal Matchup

CONCORDIA 22-9, 13-5 CCC IN THE POLL No. 23

CASCADE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

LEADERS POINTS Clauson, 21.05 ppg. REBOUNDS Clauson, 7.50 rpg. ASSISTS May, 3.91 apg. STEALS May, 2.86 spg. BLOCKS Eischen, 0.86 bpg. THREE-POINTERS Scarpelli, 42/98, 42%

SEMIFINALS 6-Eastern Oregon at 1-Concordia

FEB. 22-FEB. 28

4-College of Idaho at 2-Corban

GAME 29 Dates: Friday, Feb. 25 Location: Portland, Ore. Tipoff: Friday 7 p.m. Gymnasium: CU Gymnasium (1,000)

ONE TO WATCH Eastern Oregon guard Kelsea Hurliman is No. 5 on the EOU all-time three-pointers made in a season list. The sophomore has hit 101 three-pointers three-pointers in her two years at Eastern. Christie Weaver owns the career record at 300 made three-pointers. Hurliman is 10th in NAIA Div. 2 in threepoint field goal percentage. Her 61 made three-pointers is tied for third in the Cascade Collegiate Conference with teammate Shaylee Nielsen.

GAME TIME Tipoff on Friday is set for 7 p.m. There will be a live video stream of the game from New Media Television Services on EOUSports.com. There will be live stats available on EOUSports.com as well. Live radio is available locally on KEOL 91.7 FM and worldwide on cast.eou.edu. THE SERIES * The Mountaineers hold a 40-19 advantage over Concordia all-time. * Eastern Oregon won 16 straight over Concordia from 1991 to 1999. * From 2003 to 2007, EOU won 10 consecutive meetings. * Since then the series is even at 3-3. * Eastern and CU have met twice in the postseason. Concordia won the 1988 District 2 playoff meeting, 86-53 and the Mountaineers won the 2000 CCC First Round game, 69-60. QUICK HITS * EOU is 63-19 over the past five seasons in Quinn Coliseum. * Eastern Oregon is No. 2 in NAIA Div. 2 in three-point percentage shooting 39 percent this season. * The Mountaineers broke the school record for three-pointers ON THE AIR made in a season last weekend. EOU has hit 257 threes. Friday, 7 p.m. * Six of EOU’s nine losses came by a combined 24 points. Video: * Eastern Oregon is 0-7 when it is not leading at halftime. http://gocugo.nmtvsports.com/ * EOU is 18-1 when leading at halftime. Tod Pickett, Play-by-Play POSTSEASON NOTES * EOU is in its 10th straight postseason. * The Mountaineers are 22-23 all-time in the postseason. * Eastern Oregon is 14-9 all-time in the CCC tournament.

Radio: KEOL 91.7 FM http://cast.eou.edu/ Rob Cashell, Play-by-Play Barrett Henderson, Color Commentary


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011 EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 2 ABOUT THE CAVALIERS EASTERN OREGON QUICK FACTS Location ............................................ La Grande, Ore. The No. 22 Cavaliers (22-9) and Eastern are the only teams left in the conferFounded .............................................................. 1929 ence with single digit amount of losses. Concordia is led by All-Conference performer Enrollment .......................................................... 3,957 Nickname .............................................. Mountaineers Danielle Clauson. The senior ranks in the top 10 in the country in scoring and field goal Colors ... Navy and Vegas Gold (Pant. 2745 and 583) percentage. CU is sixth in NAIA Div. 2 in total points this season, and 18th in the nation Gymnasium (Capacity) ......... Quinn Coliseum (1,403) averaging 75 points an outing. The Cavs shoot 44 percent from the field which is eighth Conference .................................. Cascade Collegiate First Basketball Season ..................... 1968 (42 years) in the country. President ............................................. Dr. Bob Davies Athletic Director ....................................... Rob Cashell Faculty Representative ............. Dr. Peter Diffenderfer Athletics Website ...................... www.EOUSports.com Main Athletic Dept. Phone ……...……… 541.962.3497

EASTERN OREGON BASKETBALL FACTS 2009 Record ....................................................... 20-12 2009 Cascade Record/Finish ..........................12-6/4th 2009 Final Ranking ................................................ NR All-Time NAIA Record .......................... 428-381 (.528) All-Time Cascade Record .................... 186-123 (.600) All-Time Postseason Record ............................. 22-23 CCC tournament ......… 12 appearances (14-9) ‘98, ’00, ’02, ’03, ’04, ‘05, ’06, ’07, ’08, ’09, ‘10, ‘11 National tournament ........ 5 appearances (1-5) ’04,’06,’07 ’08, ‘10 EASTERN OREGON COACHING STAFF Anji Weissenfluh, 11th Year (219-97, 144-54 CCC) HC Mike Weissenfluh, 11th Year ................................. AC Tiffanie Ulmer, Second Year .................................. AC Jeremy Templeton, Second Year .......................... S/C Russell Yap ............................................................ AT

ABOUT THE CCC TOURNAMENT Rachel Scarpelli’s four-point play with just under five minutes to play turned a six-point lead into a double-digit advantage as No. 1 seed Concordia University defeated eighth-seeded Northwest Christian, 75-62, in the opening round Tuesday. Corban advanced to its second straight CCC tournament semifinal with an 80-69 win over Southern Oregon. And, Nicole Gall recorded the second triple-double in College of Idaho women’s basketball history, defeated Warner Pacific, 75-57. LAST TIME OUT The Eastern Oregon University women’s basketball team eased past Northwest University in the first round of the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament Tuesday night, 90-65. Tuesday, Eastern completed the rare feat of beating the same team three times during the season. Kelsea Hurliman led EOU with 19 points. The sophomore went 5 for 9 from behind the arc and finished 6 of 10 from the field. Kyle Miller and Vintea Georges each added 18 points, Shaylee Nielsen was 4 of 7 from three-point range and ended the game with 17 points. Samantha Flett chipped in nine points, along seven rebounds and seven assists. The Mountaineers made 29 of their 57 shots from the field, finishing 50 percent from the field. Eastern went 12 of 28 from behind the arc, and 20 of 28 from the free-throw line.

EASTERN OREGON MEDIA SERVICES Phone …………………...………………… 541.962.3946 Fax ……………...……………………..….. 541.962.3577 Asst. Ath. Dir., Media Relations ….. Barrett Henderson Office phone ………….…..… 541.962.3946 Cell phone ………..……..….. 541.805.5687 E-mail ……….....….. bhenderson@eou.edu Press row phone number …………….… 541.962.3685 Phone for radio outlet ……………….….. 541.962.3361 Media Relations Assistant ……….….…… Paul Carollo Mailing Address ….……….. Eastern Oregon University ……………………………………… One University Blvd. ……………………..…………….. La Grande, OR 97850

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Game Notes continue on page 6

2010-11 EASTERN OREGON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER No. Name 3 Shaylee Nielsen 5 Alyssa Garro 10 Jessica Kramer 12 Colby Patton 14 Taylor Stewart 20 Kyle Miller 21 Nicole Redd 23 Kelsea Hurliman 24 Samantha Flett 32 Vintea Georges 33 Stevie Isaac 34 Rosebud Guthrie 44 Nyesha Joseph RS Halie Boyce RS Dominique Johnson

Pos. G G G G G G G G G F C F F G G

Ht. 5-6 5-6 5-9 5-8 5-9 5-7 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-9 6-3 6-0 5-10 5-4 5-7

Cl.-Ex. Sr.-2V Sr.-4V Fr.-1V So.-2V Fr.-1V Jr.-3V Fr.-1V So.-2V Sr.-2V Jr.-1V Jr.-1V So.-2V Fr.-1V RS RS

Hometown Delta, Utah Pullman, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Joseph, Ore. Priest River, Idaho Cheney, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho Cloverdale, Ore. Wellpinit, Wash. Vacaville, Calif. Grangeville, Idaho Zillah, Wash. Spokane, Wash. Cathlamet, Wash. Beaverton, Ore.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN By position F (3): Georges, Guthrie, Joseph G (11): Nielsen, Garro, Kramer, Patton, Stewart, Miller, Redd, Johnson, Hurliman, Flett, Boyce C (1): Isaac

By year FR (4): Kramer, Stewart, Redd, Joseph SO (3): Patton, Hurliman, Guthrie JR (3): Miller, Georges, Isaac SR (3): Nielsen, Garro, Flett RS (2): Boyce, Johnson

By state Wash. (6): Garro, Miller, Flett, Guthrie, Joseph, Boyce Idaho (4): Kramer, Stewart, Redd, Isaac Ore. (3): Patton, Johnson, Hurliman Calif (1): Georges Utah (1): Nielsen


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 3

Standings Around the Cascade FEB. 18 Concordia at Oregon Tech, 85-74 College of Idaho at Evergreen, 62-58 Eastern Oregon at Northwest, 91-85 2 OT Warner Pacific at Southern Oregon, 83-71 Northwest Christian at Corban, 76-84

FEB. 19 Warner Pacific at Oregon Tech, 82-84 Concordia at Southern Oregon, 69-86 College of Idaho at Northwest, 69-54 Eastern Oregon at Evergreen, 71-65 * All times Pacific

CCC Tournament

School Concordia Corban Northwest College of Idaho Warner Pacific Eastern Oregon Southern Oregon Northwest Christian Oregon Tech Evergreen

Conf 13-5 13-5 12-6 11-7 10-8 10-8 9-9 6-12 3-15 3-15

FEB. 25 - SEMIFINALS #6 Eastern Oregon at #1 Concordia, 7 p.m. #4 College of Idaho at #2 Corban, 7 p.m. .

FEB. 28 - FINALS

TEAM

Higher seed is host institution.

Cascade Player of the Week Kyle Miller (EOU) 5-7 Jr. Guard

AVG 75.0 73.9

SCORING DEFENSE PTS 1. COI 1709 2. EOU 1718 7. CU 2137 SCORING MARGIN OWN-OPP 1. EOU 73.9-61.4 3. CU 75.0-68.9

TBD, 7 p.m.

FIELD GOAL PCT. FGM-FGA 1. CU 848-1905 2. EOU 746-1731

1. NU 3. EOU 8. CU

AVG 58.9 61.4 68.9

MAR. +12.5 +6.1

- Miller becomes only the second player in EOU history to be named a Red Lion Player of the Week. Ashlee Michelseon received the FG PCT DEFENSE FGM-FGA honor last season on Dec. 21. Miller made 13 of her 26 shots from the field and went 5 for 7 from behind the perimeter in a pair of Mountaineer victories at No. 23 Northwest University and The Evergreen State College over the weekend. The junior finished the weekend with 38 points and 12 rebounds. She led EOU in scoring each game. The Cheyney, Wash. native has been a big part of EOU riding into the postseason on a three-game win streak, and having won six of its last seven and eight of its last 10.

2010-11 CCC Preseason Poll 1. College of Idaho (9) 2. Southern Oregon (1) 2. Corban 4. Eastern Oregon 5. Warner Pacific 6. Concordia 7. Oregon Tech 8. Northwest 9. Evergreen State 10. Northwest Christian First place votes in parenthesis ( )

99 pts 77 pts 77 pts 72 pts 64 pts 44 pts 39 pts 38 pts 21 pts 19 pts

Over 22-9 19-10 18-10 17-12 16-13 19-9 16-15 10-19 11-19 5-20

Pct. 0.710 0.655 0.643 0.586 0.552 0.679 0.516 0.345 0.367 0.200

Home 12-4 11-2 10-3 7-4 10-3 10-4 8-4 4-9 7-7 4-8

Away 9-4 8-6 8-4 6-6 5-9 8-5 7-9 6-9 4-9 1-11

Streak W1 W5 L5 W3 L2 W4 L1 L6 W1 L5

PF 75.0 74.8 71.7 66.4 67.2 73.9 70.5 66.2 66.6 59.3

PA 68.9 71.7 67.8 58.9 63.8 61.4 69.1 67.8 70.6 68.7

NO. 125 71 42

AVG 4.46 2.29 1.50

NO. 517 465 452

AVG 17.83 16.61 14.58

NO. 390 351 192

AVG 13.45 11.32 6.86

Statistical Leaders (As of 2/24/11)

SCORING OFFENSE FEB. 22 - QUARTERFINALS PTS #8 Northwest Christian at #1 Concordia, 62-75 1. CU 2326 #5 Warner Pacific at #4 College of Idaho, 57-75 3. EOU 2068

#6 Eastern Oregon at #3 Northwest, 90-65 #7 Southern Oregon at #2 Corban, 69-80

Pct. 0.722 0.722 0.667 0.611 0.556 0.556 0.500 0.333 0.167 0.167

620-1649 652-1683 801-1956

FREE THROW PCT FTM-FTA 1.WP 451-615 2.EOU 319-438 6. CU 456-657

PCT. .733 .728 .694

BLOCKED SHOTS

3-POINT FG PCT 3PM-3PA 1. EOU 257-645 3. CU 174-503

PCT. .398 .346

ASSISTS

3-POINT FG DEFENSE 3PM-3PA 1. EOU 120-428 2. CU 149-520

PCT. .280 .287

PCT. .445 .431

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS 1. SOU 464 8. CU 422 9. EOU 367

AVG 14.97 13.61 13.11

PCT. .376 .387 .410

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS 1. SOU 894 5. EOU 760 6. CU 779

AVG 28.84 27.14 25.13

1. NU 7. CU 10. EOU

1. CRB 2. EOU 5. CU STEALS 1. COI 2. CU 10. EOU

TURNOVER MARGIN OWN-OPP 1. COI 586-722 3. EOU 439-479 6. CU 633-669

+/+4.69 +1.43 +1.16

INDIVIDUAL 3-POINT MADE

SCORING 1. Clauson-CU 12. Miller-EOU

PTS 612 338

AVG 19.7 12.1

FIELD GOAL PCT. FGM-FGA 1. Gibson-NU 147-257 2. Clauson-CU 254-458 9. Georges-EOU 96-197

PCT. .572 .555 .487

FREE THROW PCT FTM-FTA 1. Tsugawa-CRB 62-72 3. Miller- EOU 85-103 6. Scarpelli-CU 78-97

PCT. .861 .825 .804

3-POINT FG PCT 3PM-3PA 1. Tucker-WPC 47-104 2. Hurliman-EO 61-140 6. Scarpelli-CU 57-141

PCT. .452 .436 .404

1. 3. 3. 6.

Gall-COI Nielsen-EOU Hurliman-EOU Scarpelli-CU

ASSISTS NO. 89 61 61 57

AVG. 3.07 2.18 2.18 1.84

REBOUNDING 1. Swain-ESC 5. Clauson-CU Guthrie-EOU

RBS 223 234 143

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS RBS 1. WIlliams-NCU 189 6. May-CU 143 10. Flett-EOU 113 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS NO. 1. Ward-ESC 70 3. Clauson-CU 98 Georges -EOU 54

AVG 9.3 7.5 5.3

AVG 6.52 4.61 4.04

AVG 3.89 3.16 1.90

1. Gall-COI 4. May-CU 6. Flett-EOU

NO. 153 137 104

AVG 5.28 4.42 3.71

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO RATIO 1. Miller-EOU 1.73 9. May-CU 0.97 STEALS 1. Gall-COI 4. May-CU Flett-EOU

NO. 102 81 35

AVG 3.52 2.61 1.32

NO. 76 25 20

AVG 2.71 0.81 0.71

BLOCKED SHOTS 1.Jackson-NU 9.Eischen-CU 11. Guthrie-EOU


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011 EASTERN’S RECORD WHEN ...

THIS SEASON’S MEETINGS ...

Leading at halftime Trailing at halftime Tied at halftime

19-2 0-6 0-1

Vs. Top 25 Team Vs. Top 10 Team

1-1 0-0

Leading with 10:00 remaining Trailing with 10:00 remaining Tied with 10:00 remaining

18-1 1-8 0-0

Leading with 5:00 remaining Trailing with 5:00 remaining Tied with 5:00 remaining

18-0 1-9 0-0

In Overtime

1-0

EOU outrebounds opponents EOU is outrebounded Same amount of rebounds

11-2 7-6 1-1

EOU commits more turnovers Opponent commits more turnovers Same amount of turnovers

3-2 13-6 3-1

EOU has more fouls than opponent Opponent has more fouls than EOU Same amount of fouls

7-5 12-2 0-2

EOU shoots 50 percent or better Opponent shoots 50 percent or better

5-0 1-3

EOU shoots less than 50 percent Opponent shoots less than 50 percent

14-9 19-5

EOU shoots better than opponent Opponent shoots better than EOU Same shooting percentage

15-1 4-8 0-0

EOU has more free-throw attempts Opponent has more free-throw attempts Same amount of free-throw attempts

12-2 6-7 1-0

EOU bench outscores opponent bench Opponent bench outscores EOU bench Benches score the same

17-8 1-1 1-0

Games Games Games Games

2-6 4-0 4-3 9-0

decided decided decided decided

by by by by

1-5 points 6-10 points 11-15 points 16 or more points

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 4

EOU makes 10 or more three-pointers EOU makes 9 or less three-pointers

10-2 9-7

EOU shoots above 60 FT percentage EOU shoots below 60 FT percentage

16-9 3-0

CONCORDIA EASTERN

72 64

Portland, Ore. Jan. 29, 2011 * CU Gymnasium PORTLAND, Ore. – The Eastern Oregon University THE LAST FIVE MEETINGS women’s basketball team picked up a big road victory * 1/29/11 - in Portland at Concordia University Saturday, 72-64. Eastern 72, Concordia 64

* 12/30/10 - in La Grande

The Mountaineers (14-8) (6-7) were powered by a Concordia 59, Eastern 53 career-high 21 points from Vintea Georges. The * 1/30/10 - in La Grande junior was 7 for 9 from the field. Rosebud Guthrie added 16 points, and Kyle Miller and Shaylee Nielsen Eastern 53, Concordia 37 each scored 10 points. Nielsen grabbed a team-high * 12/30/09 - in Portland six rebounds and Miller threw a game-high five Eastern 63, Concordia 51 assists.

* 2/6/09 - in Portland Concordia 72, Eastern 64

The Cavaliers entered the game receiving votes in the national poll and opened the game with an 11-2 lead after a Courtney May jumper. Eastern responded with a 20-0 run capped by a lay-up from Guthrie. The Mountaineers would never lose the lead, and took their largest lead in the first half after a Nielsen three-pointer gave them a 36-20 advantage with 1:36 remaining in the half. EOU had a 36-21 lead at halftime. The Mountaineers had a 20-6 advantage on points off of the bench in a first half that features two ties and one lead change. EOU held the Cavaliers to 0-6 shooting from behind the perimeter in the first half, while it shot 4 of 12. Eastern was 46 percent from the field in the first stanza, and CU was 39 percent. Concordia (16-8) (8-4) was led by Danielle Clauson’s game-high 27 points. The senior finished 12 of 23 from the field and grabbed six rebounds. May had a team-high nine rebounds and four assists.

CONCORDIA EASTERN

93 90

La Grande, Ore. Dec. 30, 2010 *Quinn Coliseum LA GRANDE, Ore. – The No. 15 Concordia University women’s basketball team held off an incredible rally by No. 20 Eastern Oregon University Thursday for a 93-90 win. The Cavaliers (12-4) (4-0) took an 84-66 lead after a Rachel Scarpelli jump-shot with 6:20 remaining in regulation. EOU slowly cut into Concordia’s largest lead of the game over the next six minutes. A Kyle Miller free throw with 45 seconds left cut the lead to 90-87. The Mountaineers missed a three-pointer to tie with two seconds left in the game. Eastern entered the game with the top three-point percentage in NAIA Div. 2, 44 percent from behind the arc, but Thursday the Mountaineers were 25 percent. EOU made 8 of its 31 three-point attempts. Concordia made 11 of its 23 shots from three-point range and finished 47 percent from behind the perimeter. Eastern Oregon was No. 2 in the nation in three-point percentage defense holding opponents to 22 percent shooting before the game. The Cavaliers remained the only unbeaten team in Cascade Collegiate Conference play behind three scorers that finished with at least 20 points. Danielle Clauson, the leading scorer in the CCC, matched her average with 22 points in the win. Courtney May added 21 points and Scarpelli finished with 20 points. The trio was 23 of 41 from the field and 8 of 17 from three-point range. Sarah Eischen had 10 rebounds and May finished with eight assists. Concordia became the first team to shoot 50 percent from the field against EOU (11-3) (3-2) this season. The Mountaineers were 45 percent from the field. Miller had the fourth 20-point game of her career, and scored in double figures for the 36th time, with 20 points. Shaylee Nielsen scored 20 points and made five three-pointers. Samantha Flett added 18 points, and Rosebud Guthrie had 11 points. Flett and Kelsea Hurliman each grabbed seven rebounds, and Miller and Hurliman each threw four assists. The Cavaliers finished with 19 assists, while Eastern Oregon had 17. Concordia committed 16 turnovers to EOU’s 14. It was the 12th time this season an opponent has thrown more turnovers than the Mountaineers.


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 5 EASTERN’S RECORD WHEN ...

Concordia University EOU EOU EOU EOU EOU EOU EOU

scores scores scores scores scores scores scores

Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent Opponent In In In In In

less than 50 between 50-59 between 60-69 between 70-79 between 80-89 between 90-99 100 or more

scores scores scores scores scores scores scores

less than 50 between 50-59 between 60-69 between 70-79 between 80-89 between 90-99 100 or more

0-0 0-2 7-2 5-2 3-1 3-1 1-0 8-0 3-1 7-3 0-2 1-2 0-1 0-0

October November December January February

2-0 5-1 4-3 3-4 5-1

On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday

1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 5-7 10-1 1-0

Wearing Wearing Wearing Wearing

8-3 8-5 2-0 1-1

white uniforms navy uniforms retro uniforms pink uniforms

Concordia Season Box


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011 SEMI SWEET The Mountaineer women have now qualified for the semifinals in the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament the past two seasons. Last season EOU fell in the finals. Eastern made the semifinals six straight seasons before falling in the first round in 2008 and 2009. The Mountaineers record in the CCC tournament semifinals is 5-2. LONG DISTANCE SPECIALISTS The Mountaineers are first in the nation in three-point percentage shooting 39 percent from behind the perimeter. EOU is 16th in NAIA Div. 2 holding opponents to 28 percent shooting from behind the arc. Eastern has won its games by an average of 12.5 points. Eastern Oregon is averaging 9.1 threepointers per game, which is fifth in NAIA Div. 2. Kelsea Hurliman is 9th in the country in three-point field goal percentage hitting 43 percent of her shots. UNSELFISH MOUNTIES Eastern is 12th in NAIA Div. 2 averaging 16.6 assists per game. The Mountaineers have dished out 465 assists this year. EOU has a turnover margin of +1.42 and is fifth in the country in assist to turnover ratio. Kyle Miller is 26th in the country in assist to turnover margin. MILLER TAKES WEEKLY NOD Eastern Oregon’s Kyle Miller was named the Red Lion Cascade Collegiate Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week Monday. The junior made 13 of her 26 shots from the field and went 5 for 7 from behind the perimeter in a pair of Mountaineer victories at No. 23 Northwest University and The Evergreen State College over the weekend. She finished the weekend with 38 points and 12 rebounds. The Cheyney, Wash. native led EOU in scoring each game. Miller becomes only the second player in EOU history to be named a Red Lion Player of the Week. Game Notes continue on page 10

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 6

Friday’s Projected Starters Concordia University

Guard 23 Brittney Yates JR 5-7 Happy Valley, Ore. Mt. Hood CC

Guard 20 Rachel Scarpelli JR 5-8 Troutdale, Ore. Reynolds HS

Forward 15 Danielle Clauson SR 5-10 Edmonds, Wash. Kings HS

Guard 22 Courtney May JR 5-6 Napavine, Wash. Centralia CC

Center 33 Sarah Eischen SR 5-11 Hillsboro, Ore. Hillsboro HS

Eastern Oregon University


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 7

THE LAST TIME AN EOU PLAYER...

EASTERN OREGON IN THE POLLS

Week NAIA Scored 40 Points: Preseason NR Scored 35 Points: 35 (15-21) by Tiffanie Ulmer vs. Cascade (12/18/07) Nov. 29 RV Scored 30 Points: 32 (11-13) by Nicole Redd at Walla Walla (11/17/10) Dec. 6 24 Scored 25 Points: 32 (11-13) by Nicole Redd at Walla Walla (11/17/10) Dec. 13 20 Grabbed 20 Rebounds: 20 by Heather Epeldiat Southern Oregon (2/28/03) Jan. 10 NR Jan. 17 NR Grabbed 15 Rebounds: 18 by Tana Stickney vs. College of Idaho (2/17/09) Jan. 24 NR Made 15 Field Goals: 15 (15-21) by Sunny Nilson vs. Multnomah (2/5/08) Jan. 31 NR Made 10 Field Goals: 32 (11-13) by Nicole Redd at Walla Walla (11/17/10) Feb. 7 NR Attempted 25 Field Goals: 25 (10-25) by Christie Weaver at Southern Oregon Feb. 14 NR Feb. 21 NR (2/9/07) Attempted 20 Field Goals: 21 (15-21) by Sunny Nilson vs. Multnomah (2/5/08) March 2 Made 8 3-Pointers: 9 (9-13) by Christie Weaver vs. Southern Oregon (1/13/07) NAIA Div. 2 Top 25 (as of 2/21) Made 7 3-Pointers: 7 (7-11) by Shaylee Nielsen at Oregon Tech (12/18/10) 1. Davenport University (Mich.) (15) Made 6 3-Pointers: 7 (7-11) by Shaylee Nielsen at Oregon Tech (12/18/10) 2. Northwestern College (Iowa) 3. Morningside College (Iowa) Attempted 15 3-Pointers: 20 (6-20) by Christie Weaver at S. Oregon (2/9/07) University of Sioux Falls (S.D.) Attempted 10 3-Pointers: 13 (5-13) by Kelsea Hurliman at Coll. of Idaho (1/7/11) 4. 5. Walsh University (Ohio) Made 15 Free Throws: 15 (15-17) by Tiffanie Ulmer vs. Coll. of Idaho (2/17/08) 6. Kansas Wesleyan University Made 10 Free Throws: 15 (15-17) by Tiffanie Ulmer vs. Coll. of Idaho (2/17/08) 7. Indiana Wesleyan University 8. University of Saint Francis (Ind.) Attempted 20 Free Throws: 9. Black Hills State University (S.D.) Attempted 15 Free Throws: 17 (15-17) by Tiffanie Ulmer vs. C of I (2/17/08) 10. College of the Ozarks (Mo.) Had 15 Assists: 11. Daemen College (N.Y.) Had 10 Assists: 10 by Salena Leavitt vs. Corban College (2/9/08) 12. Saint Ambrose University (Iowa) 13. Sterling College (Kan.) Had 6 Steals: 8 by Jenny Fiso at College of Idaho (1/6/09) 14. Marian University (Ind.) Had 5 Steals: 5 by Sasha Valdez at Walla Walla University (1/10/10) 15. Tennessee Wesleyan College Had 5 Blocks: 5 by Rosebud Guthrie at Corban University (1/15/11) 16. Iowa Wesleyan College Converted A 4-Pointed Play: 17. Cedarville University (Ohio) 18. Briar Cliff University (Iowa) Hit A Shot At The Buzzer To Send A Game To Overtime: 19. Indiana University Southeast Hit A Shot At The Buzzer To Win The Game: 20. Mount Marty College (S.D.) Hit A Closing-Seconds Shot To Win a Game: 21. Valley City State University (N.D.)

THE LAST TIME EOU ... Scored 110 Points: Scored 105 Points: 106 vs. Multnomah (2/5/08) Scored 100 Points: 102 at Walla Walla (11/17/10) Allowed 100 Points: Scored 60 Points in a Half: Did Not Score 20+ Points in a Half: 19 (1st half) vs. Black Hills State (3/10/10) Grabbed 55 Rebounds: 59 at Webber International (11/27/10) Grabbed 50 Rebounds: 54 at Northwest University (2/18/11) Made 40 Field Goals: 40 (40-75) vs. Walla Walla (10/30/10) Attempted 90 Field Goals: Attempted 80 Field Goals: 80 (36-80) vs. Concordia (12/30/10) Attempted 75 Field Goals: 80 (36-80) vs. Concordia (12/30/10) Made 15 3-Pointers: 17 (17-31) vs. Warner University (11/26/10) Made 10 3-Pointers: 12 (12-28) at Northwest University (2/22/11) Attempted 35 3-Pointers: 40 (11-40) vs. Willamette (11/21/09) Attempted 30 3-Pointers: 11 (11-29) vs. Southern Oregon (1/22/11) Made 20 Free Throws: 20 (20-28) at Northwest University (2/22/11) Made 25 Free Throws: 29 (29-37) at Northwest University (2/18/11) Attempted 45 Free Throws: Had 30 Assists: 32 vs. Multnomah Bible (2/5/08) Had 25 Assists: 26 at Oregon Tech (12/18/10) Had 15 Steals: 16 at Walla Walla (1/10/10) Had 10 Blocks: Overcame a 15-Point Halftime Deficit: Overcame a 10-Point Halftime Deficit:

22. 23. 24. 25.

Concordia University (Ore.) Concordia University (Mich.) Cardinal Stritch University (Wis.) Cornerstone University (Mich.)

MASSEY N/A 27 29 23 42 57 47 45 43 46 41

REC 30-0 27-1 22-4 24-4 25-4 27-2 24-5 23-7 21-6 25-5 23-6 25-4 24-4 21-6 26-3 21-7 22-8 19-11 24-5 22-8 20-8 21-9 21-9 22-7 21-8

PTS 405 392 379 356 355 336 328 299 293 287 270 268 265 226 212 211 190 180 170 137 126 122 110 98 73

Others receiving votes: Southwestern (Kan.) 64; Minot State (N.D.) 53; William Penn (Iowa) 37; Milligan (Tenn.) 36; Notre Dame (Ohio) 27; Huntington (Ind.) 19; Peru State (Neb.) 17; Montreat (N.C.) 16; Holy Names (Calif.) 13; Corban (Ore.) 11; Jamestown (N.D.) 7; Brescia (Ky.) 6; Indiana Northwest 3; Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio) 1; Mount Mercy (Iowa) 1; Indiana Tech 1; Grace (Ind.) 1; Northwest (Wash.) 1; Dordt (Iowa) 1; Saint Thomas (Fla.) 1; Union (Ky.) 1; Bethel (Ind.) 1; Ave Maria (Fla.) 1. Massey Ratings Top 20 (as of 2/21) 1. Northwestern IA 2. Davenport 3. Morningside 4. Walsh 5. Sioux Falls 6. IN Wesleyan 7. St Francis IN 8. Marian IN 9. St Ambrose 10. Mt Marty 11. Black Hills St 12. Briar Cliff 13. Daemen 14. Valley City St 15. KS Wesleyan 16. Cedarville 17. Iowa Wesleyan 18. TN Wesleyan 19. Huntington 20. Minot St

1.388 1.325 1.024 0.945 0.912 0.858 0.841 0.840 0.730 0.723 0.689 0.675 0.659 0.649 0.640 0.638 0.614 0.589 0.574 0.568


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 8

THE LAST TIME EOU ... Had Six Players Score In Double Figures in Same Game: Had Two Players record Double-Doubles in Same Game: Elise Hawes (12 pts, 10 rebs) and Sheena Henderson (21 pts, 10 rebs) (2/26/08) EOU Did Not Have A Player Score In Double Figures: Opponent Did Not Have A Player Score In Double Figures: vs. Warner University (11/26/10) Had Three Players Score 20+ Points in Same Game: Sunny Nilson (34), Calli Jo Turner (20) and Alyssa Garro (20) vs. Multnomah Bible (2/5/08)

2010-11 EASTERN TEAM GAME HIGHS

2010-11 OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS

2010-11 EASTERN TEAM GAME LOWS

2010-11 OPPONENT TEAM GAME LOWS


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011 2010-11 EASTERN INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 9 2010-11 OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

EASTERN OREGON SEASON BOX


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 10

EOU CAREER AND 2010-11 SEASON HIGHS CAREER

SEASON

CAREER #22 Dominique Johnson

#3 Shaylee Nielsen Pts - 22, at Oregon Tech, 12/18/10 Rbs - 12, Evergreen State, 02/20/10 Asts - 5 vs. Walla Walla, 11/20/10 Stls - 4 at Whitman, 12/12/09 Minutes - 35 at Northwest, 12/05/09

Same 8 vs. MT Tech, 10/23/10 Same 3 at Willamette, 11/22/10 33, Evergreen, 12/3/10

Pts - None Rbs - None Asts - None Stls - None Minutes - None

11, Warner Pac, 12/31/10 8, at NCU, 1/14/11 Same Same Same

Pts - 21, at Warner Pacific, 01/28/11 Rbs - 11, at Evergreen, 2/19/11 Asts - 6, at Northwest Christian, 1/14/11 Stls - 3, 2x last Evergreen, 12/3/10 Minutes - 39, at Northwest, 2/18/11

#10 Jessica Kramer Pts - 8, Walla Walla, 10/30/2010 Rbs - 3, 2x last at Walla Walla, 11/17/2010 Asts - 2 at Webber International, 11/27/10 Stls - 2, Walla Walla, 11/20/2010 Minutes - 19 at Walla Walla, 11/17/2010

Same Same Same Same Same

#12 Colby Patton Pts - 10 at Walla Walla, 01/10/10 Rbs - 5 at Walla Walla, 01/10/10 Asts - 6 at Walla Walla, 01/10/10 Stls - 3 at Walla Walla, 01/10/10 Minutes - 31 at Walla Walla, 01/10/10

6, MT Tech, 10/23/10 4, 2x last at WW, 11/17/10 4, WWU, 10/30/10 2, 2x last WIU, 11/27/10 20 vs. WWU, 10/30/10

#14 Taylor Stewart Pts - 7 vs. Warner, 11/26/10 Rbs - 4 at Walla Walla, 11/17/2010 Asts - 2 at Walla Walla, 11/17/2010 Stls - 1, 2x last vs. Walla Walla, 11/20/10 Minutes - 15 at Walla Walla, 11/17/2010

18, 2x last Corban, 2/12/11 9, at WIU, 11/27/10 7, 2x last at WPC, 1/29/11 Same Same

#32 Vintea Georges Pts - 21, at Concordia, 1/29/11 Rbs - 6, 4x last vs. NU, 2/22/11 Asts - 2, 4x last at NU, 2/22/11 Stls - 3, at Northwest, 2/18/11 Minutes - 32, at Northwest, 2/18/11

Same Same Same Same Same

#33 Stevie Isaac Pts - 4, 3X last at Webber Int’l., 11/27/10 Rbs - 9, at Webber International, 11/27/10 Asts - None Stls - None Minutes - 14 Walla Walla, 10/30/10

20, Concordia, 12/30/10 10, MT Tech, 10/23/10 6, 2x, last at OIT, 12/18/10 3, at NU, 2/18/11 Same

Pts - 20, vs. C of I, 2/4/11 Rbs - 12, 3x, last vs. C of I, 2/4/11 Asts - 3, 4x, last Concordia, 12/30/10 Stls - 3, at CU, 1/29/11 Minutes - 27, vs. C of I, 2/4/11

Same Same Same Same Same

#34 Rosebud Guthrie

#21 Nicole Redd Pts - 30, at Walla Walla, 11/17/2010 Rbs - 13, Webber International, 11/27/10 Asts - 5, Linfield, 12/12/10 Stls - 5, Walla Walla, 10/30/10 Minutes - 31, vs. Warner, 11/26/10

Same Same Same Same Same

#24 Samantha Flett Pts - 20, at Southern Oregon, 01/23/10 Rbs - 11, at Southern Oregon, 01/23/10 Asts - 8, Northwest Christian, 01/15/10 Stls - 4, at Willamette, 11/22/10 Minutes - 40, at Northwest, 2/18/11

Same Same Same Same Same

#20 Kyle Miller Pts - 25, at Hope International, 11/13/09 Rbs - 13, Northwest Christian, 1/2/2009 Asts - 8, Webber International, 11/27/10 Stls - 4, Oregon Tech, 1/30/2009 Minutes - 40, at Northwest, 2/18/11

Same Same Same Same Same

#23 Kelsea Hurliman

#5 Alyssa Garro Pts - 20, 2x last vs. Puget Sound, 11/27/2009 Rbs - 9, vs. Multnomah Bible, 2/5/2008 Asts - 8, Walla Walla, 10/30/10 Stls - 3, 2x last at Southern Oregon, 12/17/10 Minutes - 36, at Northwest, 2/18/11

SEASON

Same Same Same Same Same

DEADLY DEFENSE Eastern has stymied its opponents in 2010-11. Only three opponents have shot over 50 percent from the field in a game versus the Mountaineers. The Mountaineers are giving up an average of 61 points per game, the 34th best in the nation. Eastern is second in in the CCC three-point defense field goal percentage (.289), and in points allowed per game (61.2), and fourth in field goal percentage defense (.390).

Same Same Same Same Same

#44 Nyesha Joseph Pts - 14, at Walla Walla, 11/17/2010 Rbs - 10, at Walla Walla, 11/17/2010 Asts - None Stls - 1, 4x last Warner Pacific, 12/31/10 Minutes - 16, Walla Walla, 10/20/10

Same Same Same Same Same

CRAZY CONFERENCE The Cascade Collegiate Conference has had six teams appear in the NAIA Div. 2 Top 25 rating at sometime this season. That’s more than any other conference in the nation. After beginning the season as the preseason favorite, The College of Idaho, was ranked No. 19 in the preseason poll. Concordia took their place in the first rating and was joined by Eastern Oregon in the second ranking, as EOU was No. 24. No team has climbed higher than Concordia’s No. 15 rating. Concordia is currently No. 22 in the poll. Corban is receiving 11 votes and Northwest is receiving one vote.


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 11

The Anji Weissenfluh Era…By The Numbers Game Highs EASTERN INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points: 37 (14-22) by Christie Weaver vs. Westminster (11/17/06) Field-Goals Made: 15, 2x, last by Sunny Nilson vs. Multnomah (2/5/08) Field-Goal Attempts: 25, 2x, last by Christie Weaver at Southern Oregon (2/9/07) Field-Goal Percentage (min. 8 made): 1.000 (9-9) by Sheena Henderson vs. Concordia University (1/31/2006) 3-Pointers Made: 10 (10-14) by Christe Weaver at Montana Tech (10/2905) 3-Pointers Attempted: 20 (6-20) by Christie Weaver at Southern Oregon (2/9/07) 3-Point Percentage (min. 6 made): 1.000 (8-8) by Jamie Jo Cant at University of Montana (11/23/2002) Free-Throws Made: 15 (15-17) by Tiffanie Ulmer vs. College of Idaho (2/17/08) Free-Throw Attempts: 17 (15-17) by Tiffanie Ulmer vs. College of Idaho (2/17/08) Free-Throw Percentage (min. 10 Made): 1.000 (12-12) Salena Leavitt vs. Corban College (1/16/2009) Rebounds: 18 by Tana Stickney vs. College of Idaho (2/17/09) Assists: 14 by Whitney Leman at Concordia (12/20/06) Steals: 8 by Jenny Fiso at College of Idaho (1/6/09) Block Shots: 5 by Tiffany McMurphy vs. Lewis & Clark College (12/8/00)

GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS Opponent MONTANA TECH WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY at Walla Walla University MONTANA WESTERN WALLA WALLA UNIVERSITY at Willamette at Warner University at Webber International EVERGREEN STATE NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY LINFIELD COLLEGE at Southern Oregon at Oregon Tech CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY WARNER PACIFIC at College of Idaho at Northwest Christian at Corban University OREGON TECH SOUTHERN OREGON at Warner Pacific at Concordia University COLLEGE OF IDAHO CORBAN UNIVERSITY NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN at Northwest University at Evergreen State College at Northwest University

Result/Time W, 61-47 W, 94-34 W, 102-49 L, 72-77 W, 77-35 W, 70-55 W, 85-50 W, 80-42 W, 69-68 W, 70-69 W, 66-45 L, 53-69 W, 85-68 L, 90-93 L, 62-67 L, 53-57 L, 61-66 L, 64-75 W, 69-60 W, 69-35 L, 74-87 W, 72-64 W, 69-57 L, 80-82 W, 69-52 W, 91-85 W, 71-65 W, 90-65

Guard 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 5-Garro 5-Garro 5-Garro 5-Garro

Guard 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller 20-Miller

Wing 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 21-Redd 5-Garro 5-Garro 5-Garro 24-Flett 21-Redd 5-Garro 5-Garro 5-Garro 5-Garro 5-Garro 3-Nielsen 3-Nielsen 3-Nielsen 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman 23-Hurliman

Wing 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 32-Georges 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 32-Georges 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett 24-Flett

Post 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 34-Guthrie 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 32-Georges 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie 34-Guthrie


GAME 28 * CU - CCC SEMIFINALS * FEB. 25, 2011

EOU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL GAME NOTES * 12

EASTERN OREGON SINGLE-GAME LEADERS

2010-11 SEASON RESULTS

SCORING Shaylee Nielsen Nicole Redd Kelsea Hurliman Kyle Miller Vintea Georges Samantha Flett Alyssa Garro Rosebud Guthrie

SEASON 6 2 4 10 4 2 0 3

CAREER 11 2 5 19 4 5 3 4

REBOUNDING Samantha Flett Kyle Miller Nyesha Joseph Nicole Redd Kelsea Hurliman Vintea Georges Rosebud Guthrie Stevie Isaac Alyssa Garro Shaylee Nielsen

SEASON 7 7 1 1 5 4 10 1 3 4

CAREER 11 10 1 1 5 4 10 1 3 8

ASSISTS Kyle Miller Samantha Flett Nicole Redd Alyssa Garro Shaylee Nielsen Colby Patton Kelsea Hurliman

SEASON 13 13 2 3 1 0 5

CAREER 20 24 2 6 4 1 8

DOUBLE-DOUBLES Kelsea Hurliman Kyle Miller Nyesha Joseph Samantha Flett Rosebud Guthrie Shaylee Nielsen

SEASON 2 1 1 0 3 0

CAREER 2 2 1 1 4 1

DOUBLE FIGURE SCORING Shaylee Nielsen Kyle Miller Nicole Redd Kelsea Hurliman Vintea Georges Samantha Flett Nyesha Joseph Rosebud Guthrie Alyssa Garro Colby Patton

SEASON 15 20 6 15 12 9 3 13 2 0

CAREER 23 45 6 22 12 17 3 14 11 1

20-POINT GAMES Nicole Redd Shaylee Nielsen Kyle Miller Vintea Georges Kelsea Hurliman Rosebud Guthrie

SEASON 1 2 2 1 1 1

CAREER 1 2 5 1 1 1

DOUBLE FIGURE REBOUNDING Nicole Redd Kelsea Hurliman Kyle Miller Nyesha Joseph Samantha Flett Shaylee Nielsen Rosebud Guthrie

SEASON 1 2 1 1 0 0 3

CAREER 1 2 3 1 1 1 4

MISCELANEOUS STATS

2010-11 TEAM GAME BY GAME

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