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this is ZAG BASKETBALL It has been an amazing nine-year journey as the head coach of the Gonzaga University women’s basketball team. I have seen this program grow into not only one of the best in the west but one that is gaining national recognition as one of the premier basketball programs. In just the last six years, we have achieved the program’s first NCAA Tournament victory, the first two NCAA Tournament selections, our first national ranking, postseason play on five occasions, five WCC regular season championships and two tournament championships. Meanwhile, we have had the best record in WCC history over a four, five, six and seven-year period, definitely establishing ourselves as the standard in the West Coast Conference. I am proud to be the women’s basketball coach at Gonzaga University. I am proud of our basketball program and what it stands for. I am also very proud of our student-athletes. Not only are they tremendous basketball players who are passionate about the game but they are also tremendous students and citizens who are passionate about life. They demonstrate great respect for the coaches, each other and most importantly, for themselves. You could not find a more quality group of individuals anywhere and they are wonderful ambassadors of Gonzaga University and the Spokane community. We truly feel we are a part of a big family. Every day, I’m thankful that I have the opportunity to work with my

team and I respect each one of them for their commitment to our university, community and basketball program. They are, indeed, the very best Gonzaga has to offer. Gonzaga basketball holds a very special place in our community. We have outstanding fans that support us with a passion you don’t see in many places. Spokane is known for its four seasons but it’s the fifth season, the Gonzaga Basketball season, that fires people up the most. We are looking forward to another terrific season of Zag basketball. We return most of the team that won the school’s first NCAA Tournament game, including two WCC Player of the Years in Courtney Vandersloot and Heather Bowman, along with All-WCC first team honoree Vivian Frieson. With those three, along with returnees Janelle Bekkering, Kelly Bowen, Tiffanie Shives, Tatriana Lorenzo, Shannon Reader, Kayla Standish, Claire Raap, Carter Schick, Ariam TecleMariam and a talented group of newcomers, it’s easy to see why this could seasonss in Go Gonzaga cou d be oonee oof thee ggreatest ea es seaso aga Baskethistory. ball history y. We invite you to be a part of what we hope will wi ill ll bbee aan n exciting year. Go Zags!

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“To me being on the Gonzaga women’s basketball team is more then just being on a team - its becoming a part of a family, and even more so, a community. There is nothing like being able to actually enjoy spending time with the people you HAVE to spend time with. I think our team embodies perfectly what chemistry is, on and off the court, and to me that is the most important thing in the world.” - Senior Vivian Frieson

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“My teammates are my foundation. We go through everything together, whether it be conditioning, a tough practice, a bad game and we have a connection through these experiences that others can’t quite understand. We pick each other up when we get down. Plus, I am fortunate to have my teammates as great friends off the court too. I don’t think there are many teams out there with team chemistry as good as ours and for that I am super lucky.” -Senior Tiffanie Shives

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“The coaches and team at Gonzaga are like my second family. They are always there to talk to or just hang out with in their offices. They care about making us better players on and off the court. They are very motivating, encouraging and push us to become better players by working on our individual skills and making practices competitive.” -Junior Janelle Bekkering

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TABLE OF GONZAGA BASKETBALL Table of Contents .............................. This is our History ............................ The State of The Program ................. USA Basketball ................................... The Canadian National Team ............ McCarthey Athletic Center ................. The Game Day Experience ................. First Sell Out ..................................... Bulldog Locker Room ........................ Facilities ........................................... Academics ........................................ Gonzaga University ........................... Campus Life ...................................... Travel With The Zags ........................ Community Involvement ................... Bulldogs and the Media ..................... Gonzaga Athletic Success .................

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Kelly Graves ................... Jodie Kaczor Berry ............................. Lisa Mispley Fortier ........................... Michelle Elliott .................................. Amanda Brown/Molly Hays ................ Support Staff .....................................

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Roster ............................................... Vivian Frieson ................................... Heather Bowman ............................... Tiffanie Shives .................................. Tatriana Lorenzo ............................... Janelle Bekkering .............................. Courtney Vandersloot ....................... Claire Raap ....................................... Carter Schick .................................... Ariam TecleMariam ........................... Shannon Reader ................................ Kayla Standish .................................. Kelly Bowen ...................................... Katelan Redmon ................................ Kaitlyn Petersen ................................ Meghan Winters ................................ Brittany Gray ..................................... Pink Zone .........................................

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2008-09 Review .................................... 104 2008-09 Results .................................... 105 2008-09 Statistics ................................. 106

2009-10 OPPONENTS

South Dakota State, Idaho, USC, Washington, North Dakota, Stanford .......................... 108 Eastern Washington, Montana State, Cal State Northridge, Montana, Portland State ...... 109 Baylor, Texas A&M, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, Portland, Saint Mary’s ............... 110 San Diego, Pepperdine, Loyola Marymount, Santa Clara, San Francisco ...................... 111 Best in the West/Best in the Northwest ..........112

ZAG RECORD BOOK

Attendance/Overtime Games ................. 114 1,000-Point Club ................................... 115 Individual Game Records ........................ 116 Individual Career/Season Records .......... 117 Team Records ........................................ 118 West Coast Conference Honors .............. 119 All-Time Roster ..................................... 120 Against the Best ..................................... 121 Post-Season .......................................... 122

ALL-TIME SERIES

All-Time Series ............................... 124-127 Year-by-Year Results ...................... 128-131 West Coast Conference ................... 132-134

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY

Thayne McCulloh, President ................... 136 Gonzaga Administration ........................ 137 Mike Roth, Athletic Director ................... 138 Gonzaga Athletic Administration/Coaches .... 139-141 Staff Directory ........................................ 142 Media Information ................................. 143 TV Spotter ............................................. 144 2009-10 Women’s Basketball Yearbook Credits The 2009-10 women’s basketball guide is a production of the Gonzaga Sports information office. It was created in InDesign and was printed by Lithography Reproductions of Spokane, Wash. Photo credits in this publication go to Gonzaga Office of Public Information, Zero Gravity Photos, Bart Rayniak, Allen Hubbard, Dale Goodwin, Shawn Toner/Explosive Illusions, Jay Metzger, RAM Photos, Jeff Green, Columbus Crew Communications, Andrew D. Berstein, Znkur Dholakia, Hanna Zak, Minnesota Twins communications, Mark Muelheim, Ben Smidt, Torrey Vail, USA Basketball, Canada Basketball, Red Sox communications. Cover design by Mike Lee.

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2009 ncaa to u r n a Second R ment ound The Bulldogs had an unprecedented year in 2008-09. Gonzaga won its fifthstraight West Coast Conference regularseason title, earned its second-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament after winning the WCC Tournament for the second time in three years and advanced to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. Overall the Zags finished with a 27-7 mark, one win shy of tying the school record, and had a 12-2 record in conference action. Gonzaga, seeded No. 12 in the NCAA Tournament, upset No. 5 Xavier University 74-59. Showing the savvy of an experienced tournament team - not one making just its second appearance ever - Gonzaga imposed its pace on Xavier’s defense that was sixth best in the country at the time, allowing just 53 points per game.

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“Going to the NCAA tournament was something out of a dream. You watch March Madness on TV but never imagine yourself as part of it until you step out on the court and see that logo on the floor. Now it’s not just an idea; it’s a realistic goal that we work hard towards every day. We are going back better, stronger, smarter and more determined.”

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this is OUR HISTORY The 2007 season is not one that will be forgotten any time soon. The Zags finally got the monkey off their backs and won their inaugural West Coast Conference Tournament Championship, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament; their first-ever appearance. Gonzaga also won its third-straight WCC regular season title with an impressive 13-1 record. Stephanie Hawk was named WCC Co-Player of the Year, Heather Bowman WCC Newcomer of the Year and Kelly Graves garnered WCC Co-Coach of the Year. The Bulldogs, who were seeded 12th in the NCAA Tournament, dropped a tough decision to Middle Tennessee State University in the first round of the NCAA Tournament hosted by Stanford University.

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1987-88 WCC CHAMPIONS In only its second year of NCAA Division I competition Gonzaga won its first West Coast Conference title posting an 11-3 record in league play. The team finished the season 18-9 overall including a seven-game win streak to open WCC play. The team was led by All-WCC performers Tammy Tibbles and Carla Curfman, both players graduating among the school’s all-time leading scorers.

1993-94 WNIT Team The Bulldogs posted a school-record 21 wins en route to the school’s inaugural NCAA Division I post-season appearance. Gonzaga would go 1-2 in the WNIT Tournament in Amarillo, Texas - finishing in seventh place in the old tournament format. The team was led by first-team All-WCC selections Ivy Safranski and Juanita Rivera, both players graduating among the school’s all-time leading scorers.

2003-04 WNIT Team Gonzaga returned to the post-season for the first time in 10 years as the Bulldogs posted an 1812 record to finish second in the WCC. Gonzaga advanced to the WCC Tournament championship game, losing by three points to regular-season champion Loyola Marymount. The Bulldogs lost in the first round of the WNIT, dropping a 69-64 decision at Oregon State. The team was led by first-team All-WCC selections Ashley Burke and Shannon Mathews, both juniors at the time.

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2004-05 WCC CHAMPIONS 2005 WNIT Team

Much like the Bulldogs men’s team in 1999, the Gonzaga women captured the hearts of Spokane as they made a magical run through the West Coast Conference that was capped by a second-straight post-season berth. Gonzaga ran off a 23-game win streak that was the longest in the nation ending in the WCC Tournament Championship game at Santa Clara. Along the way GU became only the second team to finish with a perfect WCC record and earned the school’s first national ranking in both the Associated Press and WBCA Coaches poll. The season ended in the second round of the Women’s NIT at eventual champion Southwest Missouri State. The season was also highlighted by Shannon Mathews earning WCC Player of the Year honors along with honorable mention All-America honors. 2005-06 WCC CHAMPIONS Coming off the 2005 season that saw the Bulldogs win the WCC regular-season title after finishing 14-0, Gonzaga had its second-straight stellar year, winning its second WCC regularseason title after finishing 11-3. Both Stephanie Hawk and Ashley Anderson earned first team allWCC honors, while Jami Bjorklund was named to the WCC all-newcomers team.

2007-08 WCC CHAMPIONS 2008 WNIT Second Round The 2008 season didn’t end like many envisioned, but it was none-the-less another successful year. The Gonzaga Bulldogs rolled through West Coast Conference action, finishing with a 13-1 overall mark to win its four-straight title. The Zags, seeded first in the WCC Tournament, fell though in the finals to host San Diego. Gonzaga didn’t earn a bid into the NCAA Tournament but had a spot in the WNIT. GU’s season came to an end in the second round of the WNIT with a setback to the University of Colorado. Gonzaga closed out the year with a 25-9 overall record.

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this is The State of Our Program Team Success On the Court

2009 WCC Tournament Championship 2009 WCC Championship 2008 WCC Championship 2007 WCC Championship 2007 WCC Tournament Championship 2006 WCC Championship 2005 WCC Championship -2009 NCAA Second Round 2008 WNIT Second Round 2007 NCAA Tournament First Round 2005 WNIT Second Round 2004 WNIT First Round -63-7 record in the West Coast Conference last five years 39-3 home record in West Coast Conference games last six years 70-11 home record during the last six years 138-56 overall record during the last six years

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Consistency of Excellence

Of the 338 Division 1 teams in the country, only five have placed 1st in their respective conferences in each of the last four years. School GONZAGA Stanford Marist UW-Green Bay Chattanooga

Conference West Coast Pac-10 Metro Atlantic Horizon Southern

Conf. Record Win % 51-5 .911 65-7 .900 66-6 .917 62-4 .939 70-4 .946

Top 10 Conference Records Since 2004-05 Season School UW-Green Bay Chattanooga Connecticut Stanford Marist GONZAGA Bowling Green Liberty Coppin State LSU

Conference Horizon Southern Big East Pac-10 Metro Atlantic West Coast Mid-American Big South Mid-Eastern SEC

Conf. Record Win % 80-4 .952 87-7 .925 74-6 .925 82-8 .911 82-8 .911 63-7 .900 72-8 .900 62-8 .886 76-10 .884 61-9 .871

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this is The State of Our Program Individual Bulldog Success Courtney Vandersloot 2009-10 Wade Watch Preseason List 2009-10 Wooden Award Preseason List 2008-09 State Farm & AP All-America Honorable Mention 2008-09 WCC Player of the Year 2009 WCC Tournament MVP 2008-09 First Team All-WCC 2007-08 WCC Newcomer of the Year 2007-08 First Team All-WCC 2007-08 All-WCC Freshman Team Heather Bowman 2009-10 Wooden Award Preseason List 2008-09 WCC All-Tournament 2008-09 WCC First Team All-WCC 2007-08 WCC Player of the Year 2007-08 First Team All-WCC 2006-07 WCC Newcomer of the Year 2007 WCC Tournament MVP 2006-07 First Team All-WCC 2006-07 All-WCC Freshman Team Vivian Frieson 2008-09 First Team All-WCC Janelle Bekkering 2009 Canadian National Team 2008-09 WCC All-Tournament 2008-09 WCC All-Academic Jami Schaefer 2008-09 WCC All-Academic 2008-09 I-AAA Scholar-Athlete Team 2008-09 ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict 2007-08 WCC Defensive Player of the Year 2007-08 Honorable Mention All-WCC 2007-08 WCC All-Academic 2007-08 1-AAA Scholar-Athlete Team 2007-08 ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict 2007 WCC All-Tournament 2006-07 ESPN The Magainze Academic AllDistrict 2005-06 All-WCC Freshman Team Michelle Elliott 2007-08 Gonzaga Senior Athlete of the Year 2007-08 WCC All-Academic 2006-07 WCC All-Academic

Stephanie Hawk 2006-07 WCC Player of the Year 2006-07 AP Honorable Mention All-America 2006-07 First Team All-WCC 2007 WCC All-Tournament 2006-07 Gonzaga Senior Athlete of the Year 2006-07 WCC All-Academic 2006-07 ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict 2005-06 First Team All-WCC 2005-06 WCC All-Academic

Ashley Anderson 2005-06 First Team All-WCC 2003-04 All-WCC Honorable Mention Anne Bailey 2004-05 All-WCC Honorable Mention Raeanna Jewell 2004-05 All-WCC Honorable Mention Shannon Mathews 2004-05 WCC Player of the Year 2004-05 AP Honorable Mention All-America 2004-05 First Team All-WCC 2004-05 Gonzaga Senior Athlete of the Year 2004-05 WCC All-Academic 2003-04 First Team All-WCC 2003-04 WCC All-Academic 2002-03 All-WCC Honorable Mention 2002-03 WCC All-Academic Ashley Burke 2004-05 First Team All-WCC 2004-05 WCC All-Academic 2003-04 First Team All-WCC 2002-03 First Team All-WCC Triana Allen 2002-03 All-WCC Honorable Mention 2002-03 Gonzaga Senior Athlete of the Year Kelly Graves 2007-08 WCC Coach of the Year 2006-07 WCC Coach of the Year 2004-05 WBCA Region VIII Coach of the Year 2004-05 WCC Coach of the Year 2002-03 WCC Coach of the Year

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this is USA Basketball Gonzaga University women’s basketball player Courtney Vandersloot was one of 29 players to participate in the USA Women’s World University Games Team Trials in the summer of 2009. Vandersloot became the first women’s player in Zag history to earn an invite to a USA Team Trial. Heather Bowman also received an invitation but had to decline due to an injury she suffered weeks before the Zags season was completed. “This was such an honor,” stated Vandersloot. “I was extremely excited about the opportunity but it was also a very humbling experience for me. To be allowed the opportunity to share the court for four days with such high caliber athletes, along with the possibility of representing the United States, was just amazing.”

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this is The Canadian National Team Gonzaga University women’s basketball player Janelle Bekkering was named to the 2009 Canadian Senior Women’s National Team (SWNT); making her the first Bulldog to make the Canadian National squad. Bekkering, of Taber, Alberta, was one of 16 players vying for a spot on the squad. “I am so excited for this summer, and to finally get back into the program,” said Bekkering. “It’s been about three years since I’ve played Canada basketball and to get back into it and make the Senior Team is very exciting. I feel so privileged to get the chance to play for and represent my country. I’m just looking forward to a great summer of learning from experienced international players and coaches.” Canada’s Senior Women traveled to China June 6-14 to compete in a threegame exhibition series, followed by a visit to Cuba in August for three further exhibition games, with a final two-game tune-up in September against Brazil. The season culminated with the eight team FIBA Americas Championships for Women in Brazil where it placed third. As a top three finisher at this year’s qualifying tournament, Canada clinched a spot in the 2010 FIBA World Championship in Czech Republic.

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“The McCarthey athletic center is not just a building but a great privilege which enables athletes like myself and fellow teammates not only to utilize the facilities and become physically stronger but also gain wisdom from the atmosphere that is created from our home game crowds. ‘The Kennel’ is the sanctuary where the true Bulldog inside of all Gonzaga players and fans comes alive. Even in the thickness of a Spokane winter the McCarthey Athletic center can heat up like a hot desert in Australia.” - Sophopmore Kelly Bowen

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“Our fans are awesome! I love the fact we have a family atmosphere. You see moms, dads, grandparents, grandchildren. it’s a place where everyone can enjoy compeGonzaga has won more than 87 percent of its home tition. I don’t think they games during the past six seasons posting an 83-13 know they are a part of our success. We greatly apprecihome record. ate their love and support.”

Opened in October 2004, the 6,000 seat McCarthey Athletic Center serves as the home for Gonzaga men’s and women’s basketball. It ranks as one of the top basketball arenas on the West Coast.

TOP 10 HOME CROWDS 1. 6,000 vs. Tennessee (12-30-08) 2. 5,825 vs. Portland (2-26-05) 3. 3,603 vs. Brigham Young (3-16-05) 4. 3,418 vs. Arizona State (12-6-06) 5. 3,035 vs. Loyola Marymount (2-12-05) 6. 3,029 vs. San Francisco (2-15-04) 7. 3,012 vs. Portland (2-8-09) 8. 2,914 vs. San Diego (2-28-09) 9. 2,709 vs. San Francisco (2-14-09) 10. 2,617 vs. Loyola Marymount (1-24-09)

- Junior Tatri Lorenzo

Gonzaga has hosted ... Tennessee - Southeastern Conference Purdue - Big Ten Conference Marquette - Big East Conference Washington - Pacific-10 Conference Arizona State - Pacific-10 Conference Utah - Mountain West Conference

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this is The Game Day Experience The game itself isn’t the only thing that happens on Game Day. A typical Game Day consists of: * Shootaround in the morning. * Scouting session/game film review after shootaround. * Pregame meal three to four hours before tip-off. * Warmups 90 minutes to an hour before tip-off. * Game! * Post-game interviews/press conference. * Autograph signing.

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“Being a part of a team that works hard, takes care of one another and just flat out loves the game of basketball is one of the greatest things. just being able to wake up every morning and spend the day at the gym with my teammates playing the game we love is a blessing in of its self.”

- Sophomore Katelan Redmon

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this is OUR fIRST sELL oUT On Dec. 30, 2008, 6,000 people braved the snowy Spokane streets to watch their Gonzaga women’s basketball team battle the University of Tennessee; the then-reigning National Champions, at the McCarthey Athletic Center. With a packed house cheering them on, the Bulldogs fought hard with the then-eighth ranked Lady Vols, helmed by the legendary head coach Pat Summitt. Ultimately Gonzaga dropped a tough 7758 decision to Tennessee, but the experience will not soon be forgotten. It was the first sellout in Gonzaga women’s basketball history. The Bulldogs had nearly sold out the McCarthey Athletic Center on a few different occasions, but the 15th game in GU’s 2008-09 season will go down in Bulldog history!

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“We have the best times in the locker room. It is where everything happens; from dancing and singing to naps, homework and movie time. We have computers available to use, ping pong table to pass the time, leather couches to relax in and a flat screen TV to watch game film on. It is one of my favorite places!”

- Sophomore Carter Schick

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“Mike Nilson is so important to our team because of his knowledge of the human body and his passion for his job. It’s apparent that every single day, Mike is 100 percent focused on making us better as individuals and as a team. He has become such an asset to our team because he knows and keeps in mind every single one of our strengths and weaknesses, and his main intentions are to help us reach our goal. He is very good at what he does which rubs off on us and we are a better team because of it.”

-Junior Courtney Vandersloot

The Gonzaga Basketball strength and conditioning program is under the direction of Mike Nilson, the former Bulldog men’s basketball player. Nilson’s philosophy is that all movement, life, and basketball happens in three dimensions. He train the athlete’s minds, bodies, and hearts to be successful on the court and in life. Training in three dimensions keeps the body balanced and produces better basketball players, not just better weight lifters.

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“The athletic training facilities are absolutely fantastic! The Josh Burrows Performance Atheltic Center is perfect for our basketball team to focus on ourselves to get stronger and faster. The Deidrick/ Delong Athletic Training room is beautiful. With the cold tub, our team is able to help our bodies recover during season, and for those recovering from injury, like myself, the underwater treadmill pool helps us get back into the game quicker. Plus, the wonderful staff we have working in the facilities are a pleasure to work with and always want the studentathletes at our highest potential in our sport.”

-Junior Claire Raap

The Diedrick/DeLong Athletic Training Center was built in the fall of 2008. The 5,000-square foot facility is equiped with state-of-the art rehabilitation equipment, balance and proproception training areas and two Hydro Worx pools: the polar plunge, a 9.5-by-7.5 cold water pool and the hydrotheraphy pool, a 14-foot-long pool with built-in treadmill.

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“What Pete Clark, our athletic trainer, and those who work with him do best is get the players back on the court. Whether it be treatment or conditioning or whatever, I know they are doing all they can to get me out there playing if I was injured. Probably the most comforting thing to know is our Athletic trainers want us out there almost as badly as we want to be.”

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The student-athlete academic support center is located on the first floor of the Martin Centre and houses the Basketball Academic Coordinator, CHAMPS/Life Skills Coordinator, Director of Academic Support and Compliance Officer along with computer terminals, printers and work stations. Academic Coordinator – Basketball ONLY The basketball academic coordinator and academic support center work for Gonzaga University women’s basketball players by providing effective and individualized academic support to assist with the goal of earning a bachelor’s degree, preparing for a career or graduate school, and monitoring of athletic eligibility. The basketball academic coordinator advises women’s basketball student-athletes on academic, social, personal and athletic issues. Each student-athlete brings a unique set of strengths and areas for improvement academically, and we customize our support program to the specific needs of the individual. 1. o o

Academic Support Services NCAA Initial Eligibility counseling before arrival on campus. Monitoring - Grade progress reports - Athletic eligibility - Appropriate progress towards graduation and meeting requirements for specific major o Weekly meetings with the academic coordinator provide an open line of communication between the women’s basketball student-athlete, the academic coordinator, the faculty and the coaching staff. o Priority Registration - Ensure student-athletes are in the classes necessary for practice schedule and meeting progress toward graduation. o Excellent Tutorial Program - Employ between 40-50 tutors each semester - Tutors work with no more than two students per semester with weekly one-on-one sessions. - The goal of the tutorial experience is to foster independence, self-sufficiency and academic self-confidence. o Travel Services - Laptop Lending - Provide laptops for students to use on team road trips, study tables or special circumstances. This gives the student-athletes the opportunity to maintain their academic excellence on the road. 2. Freshman Athletics Class – 1 credit course A course for all freshman student-athletes that introduces key learning strategies, NCAA and WCC rules and policies, lifestyle and personal growth strategies, as well as reinforce important University processes and functions vital to maintaining athletic eligibility as well as good academic standing with Gonzaga University. The course focuses on the needs of incoming freshman student-athletes in an effort to ease their transition into a university setting, while providing strategies for maintaining the balance between the demands of athletics and academics. o Focus on incoming freshman transition to university life o Exposure to choices of majors o Assessments on learning styles and academic strengths and weaknesses o Guest speakers (nutrition, sports psychology, communication, media training). o Study and time management strategies

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“Having the Academic lab open to us at all hours of the day is very helpful. especially when we are in the middle of season and super busy with homework, classes, practice and traveling, it’s nice to have the lab available to us whenever we need it! Rian Oliver, our academic advisor, she goes out of her way to help us do our best. She does so much for the basketball team and she deserves all the thanks in the world! I would be completely lost without her!”

-Sophomore Kayla Standish

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UNIVERSITY ORIGIN

Gonzaga was founded in 1887 by Father Joseph Cataldo, S.J., as a frontier boarding school for boys. The school has established its own unique identity since starting as a single building along the banks of the Spokane River. Named for the Jesuit Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, the patron of youth, the 122-year-old institution has grown and matured into one of the West’s premier regional universities. Gonzaga’s educational philosophy is based on the 469-year-old Ignatian model that aims to educate the whole person-mind, body and spirit - an integration of science and art, faith and reason, action and contemplation. The state Legislature accorded Gonzaga status as a University in 1912, the same year the School of Law began. The 1920’s were highlighted by the establishment of the School of Business Administration (1921) and the School of Education (1928). The Graduate School was launched in 1931 and the School of Engineering was created in 1934 to meet the demand sparked by the new national interest in hydroelectric projects. Enrollment swelled in the late 1940’s due largely to the G.I. Bill and women were first admitted in 1948. Situated on 94 acres of landscaped campus located in a residential section of Spokane, the Gonzaga campus continues to grow and change with the times. Opening in the summer of 2000, Gonzaga’s School of Law Building becomes the newest addition to the growing urban campus. A new Rosauers School of Education building was completed in the spring of 1994, and Jundt Art Center and Museum opened in the fall of 1995. Other campus additions in recent years are the Herak Center which houses the School of Engineering and the Jepson Center which has the School of Business Administration as its tenants. The former Crosby Library was transformed into a new Student Union Building.

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What the Future Holds

In April 2002, Gonzaga launched a $119 million capital campaign entitled “Educating People the World Needs Most.” The campaign will provide new scholarships and professorships, and construction and renovation of buildings for athletics and recreation, the sciences, business, engineering, the performing arts and residence living. The Start of Jesuit Education Founded in 1540 by Basque nobleman Ignatius of Loyola, the Society of Jesus is an order of Catholic priests and brothers, who with their lay colleagues, carry on a 469-year tradition of eduction excellence. While recovering from a battle wound, Ignatius’ life was changed by reading the Bible and studying the lives of the saints. His religious experiences led him to renounce the life of courtier and soldier to serve God. That inspired him to write the Spiritual Exercises, a work that would become the basis of Jesuit spirituality and mission. After studying at the University of Paris for seven years, he founded a school based on his scholarship. At the time of Ignatius’ death in 1556, Jesuits ran 33 colleges and universities worldwide. Georgetown University, founded in 1789, became the first American Jesuit university. There are now 112 Jesuit colleges and universities in the world, including 33 in the United States. Gonzaga University is named for Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, a 16th century priest. In his effort to comfort the ill in Rome during the plague, he caught the scourge and died a young man. He is named the Patron Saint of Youth.

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“I chose Gonzaga because of the team unity, tradition, coaches and Michelle Elliott’s cookies!”

-Freshman Kaitlyn Petersen

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travel with Traveling to exciting places across the nation is part of the Zag experience. Gonzaga has recently been to ...

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Arizona, California, Hawai’i, Las Vegas, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Virgin Islands

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“I have been all over! we have traveled a lot. I feel very priveledged to have our own plane. It makes it much easier with security and having a whole row to myself is something I can’t complain about. My favorite place we have traveled is San Diego. We were able to take a free day and do what we wanted! I was able to lay by the pool and have a swimming contest with my teammates which was a great bonding experience experience.” .”

-Sophomore Shannon Reader

Recent tournament travels for the Bulldogs have included .... Anchorage, Alaska (2001) Honolulu, Hawai’i (2002) Seattle, Washington (2003) Iowa City, Iowa (2003) Phoenix, Arizona (2004) Albuquerque, New Mexico (2004) St. Thomas - U.S. Virgin Islands (2006) Reno, Nevada (2006) Honolulu, Hawai’i (2007) Tempe, Arizona (2008) Milwaukee, Wisconsin (2009) Las Vegas, Nevada (2009)

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the bulldogs Community Involvement

Our Recent Causes Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is our number one charity and fundraiser. Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery Halloween takes on a whole new meaning for our young women. This is a chance for us to show off our lovely ladies at the Annual Halloween Ball, in which they sell raffle tickets to raise money for the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery. March of Dimes We have been involved in the walk through Downtown Spokane that raises money for research and prevention of infant deaths. Read Across America Throughout the year our players spend time in the classroom with elementary students, reading with them and encouraging them to be avid readers. Rosauer’s Grocery Bag Once a year our players volunteer to bag groceries at a local grocery to help raise money for cancer research. Basketball Camps and Clinics This past summer more than 3,000 girls participated in our summer basketball camps, tournaments and clinics. We pride ourselves in running great events and using them as a chance to teach the fundamentals of the game.

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SAAC Book Drive The SAAC book drive centers around a Bulldogs women’s basketball game. SAAC, in conjuction with Page Ahead, has collected more than 5,000 books during its five-year existense. Pink Zone The WBCA began “Pink Zone” in 2007, originally called ‘Think Pink’, as an initiative to raise breast cancer awareness in women’s basketball, on campuses and in communities. This past year 900 schools across all three NCAA divisions and 19 conferences participated.

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Steve Myklebust Voice of the Zags Steve Myklebust returns for his sixth year of calling the action. Gonzaga basketball will air on the radio with all games, including all post-season action, being broadcast on Spokane station KEYF 1050 The Key. In addition to radio broadcasts all home games will be available through the internet at www. GoZags.com.

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Athletic tradition at Gonzaga University is almost as old as the University itself, ranging from the football hey days at the early part of the century to the Bulldogs foray into the NCAA Elite Eight. As the University has grown from a single building along the banks of the Spokane River in 1887 into a major urban campus, so too has the Gonzaga athletic program grown. Gonzaga now competes in 16 varsity sports at the NCAA Division I level and is a proud member of the West Coast Conference. In the early part of the century, football was the game at Gonzaga as future NFL Hall-of-Famers Ray Flaherty and Tony Canadeo joined with many others to put Bulldog Athletics on the map. As Gonzaga slowly dropped football as an intercollegiate sport, hockey came to the forefront as Gonzaga won the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Hockey Championship in 1939. During the 1940’s and 1950’s men’s basketball and boxing became the feature sports at Gonzaga as the Bulldog’s basketball team reached the 1948 NAIA National Tournament played in Kansas City. Two years later Gonzaga won its only NCAA National Championship to date as the Bulldog boxing team won the 1950 NCAA Championship. Men’s basketball remained in the spotlight through the late 1950’s as Gonzaga’s all-time leading rebounder Jerry Vermillion and all-time leading scorer Frank Burgess graced the hardwood for the Zags. Through the 1970’s and early 1980’s Gonzaga baseball came to dominate play in the Pacific Northwest. The Bulldogs won eight conference titles over a 10-year span from 1971-1981. That 10-year run witnessed seven post-season appearances for Gonzaga, highlighted by a NCAA West Regional championship appearance in 1978. Women’s athletics had some of its most successful years as the 1990’s started with both the volleyball and basketball teams making post-season appearances. Behind All-Americans Lisa Petticord and Kelley Cunningham, the volleyball Bulldogs made their only NCAA Tournament appearance in 1990. In 1994 the women’s basketball team grabbed the spotlight making it’s first postseason tournament with a bid to the Women’s National Invitational Tournament in Amarillo, Texas. The women’s team returned to post-season action in 2004 and 2005 with back-to-back WNIT bid. In 2007 Gonzaga women’s basketball won its inagural WCC Tournament Champiopnship and earned its first berth into the NCAA Tournament. Women’s basketball continues to keep its name in the spotlight, prodcuing its most successful season to date as it made it to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2009. Women’s crew has also become a dominant sport with the team winning 12 West Coast Conference Rowing Championships and capturing the ECAC National Invitational championship in 2003. Gonzaga has been vaulted on the national scene based on the success of its men’s basketball team in the NCAA Tournament. In 1999, the Bulldogs captured the hearts of the nation with their incredible run to the Elite Eight, following up that success with Sweet Sixteen appearances in 2000, 2001 and 2009. Men’s basketball has continued to build on that national success making 11-straight NCAA Tournament appearances and reaching the top echelon of the national rankings. In 2002 Gonzaga finished the season ranked sixth in the Associated Press poll only to top that success two seasons later with a No. 3 national ranking and a No. 2 seed in the 2004 NCAA Tournament. National Player of the Year candidate Adam Morrison led the nation in scoring in 2006. He was the third pick in the 2006 NBA Draft, selected by the Charlotte Bobcats. Along with team success, the Bulldogs have also had numerous individual accolades during the past couple of years with basketball stars Dan Dickau, Blake Stepp and Adam Morrison each earning All-American honors while being named to the Wooden All-American teams. On the baseball field Nate Gold led the NCAA in home runs in 2002 while earning All-America honors and becoming a semifinalist for the Dick Howser Trophy and Rotary Smith awards for collegiate baseball Player of the Year. In 2004 catcher Kiel Thibault continued that success as he was named a semifinalist for the Johnny Bench Award for baseball’s top collegiate catcher. In 2007, pitcher Clayton Mortenson was named Louisville Slugger Third Team All-America and was drafted 36th overall in the MLB draft. On the water women’s rower Maria Bokulich and Kelly Steinhaus made names for themselves with All-America accolades and invites to the U.S. Rowing National Team non-Olympic camp. In addition to standout athletic teams through the years and recent individual success, Gonzaga has also been home to many top notch individual athletes such as the NBA’s all-time assist and steals leader and 2009 NBA Hall of Fame inductee - John Stockton; U.S. Speed Skating Champion and 2006 Olympian - Kristine Holzer; U.S. National Soccer team member - Brian Ching; Florida Marlins World Series catcher - Mike Redmond; 2004 National League Rookie of the Year and 2005, 2006 and 2009 All-Star - Jason Bay; U.S. Olympic Rowing team member - Monica Tranel-Michini; former two-time U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Golf Champion - Connie Oldershaw Guthrie; and Stanley Cup winning goal-keeper and 1945 Calder Cup recipient for the Toronto Maple Leafs Frank McCool.

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Kelly Graves Kelly Graves has turned Gonzaga University women’s basketball into one of the elite programs in his nine years at the helm. Graves has guided the Bulldogs to an unprecedented five straight WCC regular-season titles (2005-09) and now three straight post-season apperances. The Zags won their fifth WCC regular season title in 2009 with a 12-2 record and went on to win their second-ever WCC Tournament title and an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. Gonzaga’s post-season was probably its most exciting. The Zags, seeded No. 12 in the NCAA Tournament, upset No. 5 Xavier University for their first-ever tournament victory. Gonzaga was nearly a minute away from the Sweet Sixteen but fell to No. 4 University of Pittsburgh by five points in the Second Round. Courtney Vandersloot was named WCC Player of the Year and earned AP and State Farm All-America Honorable Mention accolades. The Bulldogs had three players earn first-team All-WCC honors for the sixth straight season, giving Graves 15 first-team honorees in his nine years on the GU bench. The Bulldogs finished the 2008 season with an impressive 13-1 finish. Gonzaga swept the WCC annual honors as Heather Bowman was named WCC Player of the Year, junior Jami (Bjorklund) Schaefer was tabbed for Defensive Player of the Year honors and freshman Courtney Vandersloot was named as the conference’s top newcomer. Graves earned WCC Coach of the Year recognition for the fourth time in his career as the Zags became the first conference program to sweep the individual awards since U.S. International in 1985-86, the league’s inaugural season of women’s basketball. Gonzaga was one game away from its second NCAA apperance in 2008, but fell in the WCC Championship game to host University of San Diego. The Bulldogs, instead, earned a bid to the WNIT; the school’s third bid in five years. The Zags fell in the second round of the WNIT to the University of Colorado and ended their 2008 campaign with a strong 25-9 record. Gonzaga won its third straight WCC regular-season title with a 13-1 finish in 2007. The Bulldogs went on to win their firstever WCC Tournament Championship and earned an automatic bid to the NCCA Tournament; the Zags inaugural appearance. Graves was named WCC Co-Coach of the Year after leading the Bulldogs to a 24-10 record and a first-round NCAA Tournament apperance. Stephanie Hawk earned WCC Co-Player of the Year honors, while freshman Heather Bowman was tabbed as the WCC’s Newcomer of the Year.

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The Graves File Birthplace: Salt Lake City, UT High School: Dixie High, Saint George, UT, 1981 College: Ricks College, Rexburg, ID, 1986 University of New Mexico, 1988 (B.S. Communications) Collegiate Honors Two-time All-Scenic West First Team 1985-86 Western Athletic Conference All-Academic 1987 Coaching Experience: 1989 - Men’s Graduate Assistant University of New Mexico 1990-92 - Head Women’s Coach Big Bend Community College 1993-97 - Assistant Women’s Coach University of Portland 1998-00 - Head Women’s Coach Saint Mary’s College April 11, 2000 - Head Women’s Coach Gonzaga University

Wife: Mary (Winter) Graves Children: Maxwell Joseph (1995) Jackson Obde (1997) William Kelly (2000)

Gonzaga ranked among the top teams in the West Coast Conference during the 2006 campaign as the Bulldogs finished 11-3 to tie for the WCC regularseason championship. It was the seventh time a team had repeated as conference champions in the 20-year history of WCC women’s play. In 2005, Gonzaga became only the second school in WCC history to run the table in league play as the Bulldogs finished the 2005 season 140, joining only the 1997 University of Portland Pilots as undefeated regularseason champions in the 20-year history of the league. Graves was also part of that run as an assistant coach at Portland. Along the way Gonzaga ran off a nation-leading 23-game win streak and cracked both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Top 25 polls reaching as high as No. 23. Graves earned his second WCC Coach of the Year honor and was named the WBCA Region VIII Coach of the Year as Gonzaga finished the season 28-4 and advanced to the second round of the Women’s NIT, the second-straight post-season appearance for Gonzaga under Graves. The Bulldogs also had several firsts in 2005 under Graves’ watchful eye as Shannon Mathews became the first Gonzaga player to earn WCC Player of the Year honors and the first to earn All-America honors with an honorable mention nod from the Associated Press. Graves was named the fourth head coach in the NCAA Division I history of the program on April 11, 2000, and it’s no surprise where he’s taken the program in eight seasons. The turnaround began in 2002 when the Bulldogs posted an 11-18 record, the first time the club had hit double digits in the win column since 1998. That success continued in 2003 as Gonzaga posted a winning record for the first time since 1994 when the Bulldogs advanced to the WNIT. Gonzaga posted 18 wins, at the time the second highest total in the school’s NCAA Division I history, and received a bye to the WCC Tournament semifinals. For the efforts of his team Graves was named the West Coast Conference Coach of the Year for the first time in his six years as a head coach in the league. The Bulldogs also had one player named to the WCC first team and two additional players earn honorable mention All-WCC honors. In 2004, Gonzaga continued to make improvements under Graves as the team again posted 18 wins and a second-place WCC finish. The Bulldogs advanced to their second WCC Tournament championship game and were

Graves Timeline April 11, 2000 - Became Gonzaga’s Head Coach Nov. 18, 2000 - Wins First Game of Zag Tenure 11 Wins in 2002 - Most Wins Since 1998 2002 - Wins two WCC Games 18 Wins in 2003 - Most Wins Since 1994 Biggest Turnaround in WCC History 2003 - Wins Nine WCC Games 2004 - 10 WCC Wins - Most Wins Since 1995 2004 - WCC Tournament Runner-Up 2004 - Earned A Bid To The WNIT 2005 - Wins School Record 28 Games 2007 - Wins Third-Straight WCC Regular-Season Championship 2007 - Earned First Bid to NCAA Tournament 2008 - Wins Fourth-Straight WCC Regular-Season Title 2009 - Wins first NCAA Tournament game

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were awarded a bid to the Women’s NIT after falling to Loyola Marymount University, 61-58, in the WCC title game. Dating back to his years as an assistant coach at Portland, Graves has now coached 27 All-West Coast Conference performers, seven WCC Players of the Year, five All-Americans, two WCC Defender’s of the Year, two WCC Newcomer’s of the Year and 23 WCC All-Tournament selections. And Graves has done it all by making the Spokane area one of his recruiting priorities. “I have loved recruiting the Spokane area and believe I’ve had success in recruiting the area because I respect the coaches in the area. Those young ladies are well coached and work hard,” Graves said. No stranger to the area, Graves started his coaching career in nearby Moses Lake as the head coach of Big Bend Community College. In three seasons at the school, Graves turned a struggling program with four wins his first season into a Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges power his last season with 23 wins. From Big Bend, Graves earned his first taste of West Coast Conference basketball as an assistant at the University of Portland under head coach Jim Sollars. During his tenure at Portland, Graves recruited many of the players that helped the Pilots post a 102-46 record and 51-19 WCC mark in five seasons. The Pilots made four straight NCAA Tournament appearances from 1994-97 and boasted three straight WCC Players of the Year from 1995-97. In 1998 Graves moved south in the WCC to guide the program at Saint Mary’s College. He made an immediate impact with the Gaels, producing a 66-26 record in three seasons with WCC Tournament championship game appearances his first two seasons. In his first season at the helm he guided SMC to a 20-9 record, the first 20-win season at the school since the 199091 season. Graves followed up that success with a 26-7 mark and two firsts for the Gaels program. The first-ever WCC Tournament championship and first-ever NCAA Tournament berth, a 61-57

setback to Notre Dame. His final Saint Mary’s squad finished with a 20-10 mark that included a first-round WNIT victory over Hawai’i and a second-round loss to Long Beach State. Graves is an active member of the WBCA (Women’s Basketball Coaches Association) and has previously served on the voting panel for the ESPN/USA Today Top 25 poll. He works with the WBCA’s philanthropy arm. Graves and his wife Mary have three sons - Maxwell Joseph (1995) Jackson Obde (1997) and William Kelly (2000).

Kelly Graves Collegiate Coaching Record Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals Gonzaga

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Jodie Kaczor Berry

The Kaczor Berry File

Jodie Kaczor Berry enters her seventh year as a member of the Gonzaga women’s basketball staff, fourth year as an assistant coach and second as the top assistant. Kaczor Berry served as the coordinator of women’s basketball operations for the Gonzaga Bulldogs for two seasons prior to being promoted to an assistant coach role in the summer of 2005. Kaczor Berry was promoted to the Zag top assistant in the summer of 2008 after Jennifer Mountain left to become the head coach at Santa Clara University. Kaczor Berry brings a solid basketball background to GU after earning four varsity letters at Western Washington University. She finished her career as WWU’s career leader in three-pointers (210) and free throw percentage (81.9) and earned All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference honors in 2001 and 2002. Western Washington posted a 95-24 record during Kaczor Berry’s four-year career and four trips to the NCAA Division II Tournament with a final four appearance in 2000. Kaczor Berry was married to Eric Berry in July 2005.

Birthplace: Seattle, Wash. High School: Federal Way College: Western Washington University, 2003 Coaching Experience 2002-03 - Student Assistant Coach Western Washington University 2003-05 - Coordinator of Basketball Operations Gonzaga University 2005-present - Assistant Women’s Coach Gonzaga University Playing Honors 2001 - All Great Northwest Athletic Conf. 2002 - All Great Northwest Athletic Conf.

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Lisa Mispley Fortier Lisa Mispley Fortier enters her third year as an assistant coach on the Bulldogs staff in 2009-10 and fifth year overall. Mispley Fortier is no stranger to the Zags program having served as the coordinator of basketball operations at Gonzaga for two seasons from 2004-06. She returned to Gonzaga after a season as an assistant coach at the University of Northern Colorado; members of the Big Sky Conference. Mispley Fortier played collegiate basketball at both Cal State Monterey Bay and Butte (Calif.) Community College. At CSUMB, she earned honorable mention All Cal-Pac Conference honors as a junior and was an NAIA Academic All-American in 2003. Mispley Fortier was named the 2004 CSUMB Female Scholar Athlete of the Year. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from CSUMB in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in human communications. Mispley Fortier earned her Master’s degree in Sport and Athletic Administraion from Gonzaga in 2004. Mispley Fortier is married to Craig Fortier, an assistant men’s basketball coach at Whitworth University.

The Mispley Fortier File Birthplace: Sacramento, Calif. High School: Placer College: Cal State, Monterery Bay, 2004 Coaching Experience 2004-06 - Coordinator of Basketball Operations Gonzaga University 2006-07 - Assistant Women’s Coach University of Northern Colorado 2007-present - Assistant Women’s Coach Gonzaga University Playing Honors 2003 - All Cal-Pac Conference Honorable Mention 2003 - Academic All-American

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Michelle Elliott

Michelle Elliott is in her second year as an assistant coach on the Gonzaga University women’s basketball staff. Elliott is no stranger to the Bulldogs program having been a two-year player from 2007-08. As a player, Elliott joined the Bulldogs for the 200607 season from Columbia Basin College in her hometown of Pasco, Wash., after two seasons at San Diego State University. She eclipsed the 1,000 point plateau for her career, amassing 1,215 points. At Gonzaga, Elliott scored 626 points, brought down 222 rebounds, dished out 126 assists and made 53 steals. She closed out her Zag career draining 103 three-pointers to stand seventh on the GU career record book for threepointers made. Elliott also hit nine three-pointers in a single contest during her senior season to break a 14-year-old Bulldog record held by Ivy Safranski. Elliott was a two-time West Coast Conference winter all-academic honoree and was named the Most Inspirational Player by her teammates both years with Gonzaga.

The Elliott File Birthplace: Pasco, Wash. High School: Pasco College: Gonzaga University, 2008 Coaching Experience 2008-present - Assistant Women’s Coach Gonzaga University Playing Honors 2004 - All-MWC Third Team 2005 - ALL-MWC Honorable Mention 2007 - WCC All-Academic 2008 - WCC All-Academic

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Basketball Operations Amanda Brown Amanda Brown is in her first year as a Director of Basketball Operations for Gonzaga University. Brown was a three-year member of the Bulldog women’s basketball team, finishing her career in 2009. As a player, Brown was named the team captain her senior season and, after two and a half seasons as a walk-on, was so instrumental to the team, she earned a scholarship her final semester. “Amanda was a great leader and extremely hard worker during her time as a student-athlete,” stated head coach Kelly Graves. “She was so well respected by her teammates that she was named a team captain her final season as a player. She will bring all those great attributes into her role as the Director of Basketball Operations.” Brown, who participated in the WBCA’s ‘So You Want to Be A Coach’ program during the 2009 NCAA Final Four, graduated from Gonzaga with a degree in English in May of 2009. She is currently pursing a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership at Gonzaga.

Molly Hays

Molly Hays is in her first year as a Director of Basketball Operations at Gonzaga University. Hays played at Idaho State University from 200305 earning First Team All-Big Sky Conference accolades both seasons. Hays also was named Big Sky Conference Player of the Week twice and was an Academic All-Big Sky honoree in 2004-05. She helped lead the Bengals to a 33-15 overall mark and a 1810 record in Big Sky Conference during her time in a ISU uniform. Hays left her mark at Idaho State as she is currently fourth in the career record book in free throw percentage (81.1), sixth in field goal percentage (47.5), seventh in free throws made (241), eighth in points per game (13.5) and tenth in rebounds per game (8.1). She is also fourth in the single-season record book in free throws made (139, 2004-05) and tied for eighth in steals (61, 2003-04). Prior to her time at Gonzaga, Hays spent one season as the assistant varsity girl’s coach at Central Catholic High School in Portland, Ore., where she helped lead them to a third place finish. Hays, who graduated for the University of Montana in 2007 with a degree in business marketing, is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Sport and Athletic Administration at Gonzaga.

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Support Staff Peter Clark Mike Nilson Women’s Basketball Athletic Trainer Peter Clark is in his second year as the women’s basketball athletic trainer at Gonzaga University. Clark came to the Bulldogs from Whitworth College where he received his B.A. in athletic training as well as a B.A. in health, fitness and physical education. The local product of Mead High School worked with the baseball and men’s basketball teams as a primary athletic training student for the Pirates. He was also an athletic training student for the U.S. Figure Skating Championship in Spokane in 2007. Along with women’s basketball, his primary sport responsibilities at Gonzaga will be men’s tennis and cross country and track.

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Women’s Basketball Academic Advisor

Mike Nilson joined the Gonzaga University athletic department as a strength and conditioning coach in the summer of 2003. But the native of Seattle is no stranger to the Bulldogs. He was part of the foundation for the most successful run in men’s basketball history, playing for the Bulldogs from 1997-00 as a walkon out of Seattle’s Shorecrest High. His collegiate career came to a sudden end his senior season when he ruptured his right Achilles tendon during the Bulldogs’ West Coast Conference Tournament opener against Saint Mary’s College. Gonzaga went on to win the WCC Tournament and advance to the NCAA Sweet 16 with Nilson providing emotional leadership and support despite not being able to don a uniform. He started all 30 games his senior season up to the time of his injury and was named the WCC Defender of the Year. He played 109 games in his career with 34 starts and had 112 career steals. Nilson is married to the former Rhiannon Fabian who was a cheerleader for the Bulldogs. The couple, who were married in July of 2000, welcomed son Carter Blue in 2007 and are expecting their second child in November.

Rian Oliver is in her seventh year on the Gonzaga athletics staff, and fourth year as the basketball academic coordinator. A former undergraduate work study for the Gonzaga men’s basketball team from 1997-00, Oliver earned both a bachelor of business administration and a bachelor of arts in Spanish in 2000. After spending three years in the retail industry in San Diego, Calif., Oliver returned to her alma mater in 2003 as the administrative assistant for men’s basketball before being promoted to her current position in the summer of 2006. Oliver earned her master’s degree from Gonzaga in 2006. A native of Helena, Mont., Oliver and her husband Wes were married in 2001. Wes joined the University Relations staff at Gonzaga in 2005. The couple, who has two dogs, Wrigley and Rawlings, welcomed their first son Griffin in 2008.

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Hometown/High School/Previous Olympia, WA/Olympia Tacoma, WA/Bellarmine Preparatory Wahiawa, HI/Kamehameha Taber, Alberta, Canada/W.R. Myers Seattle, WA/Garfield Mission Viejo, CA/Mission Viejo Englewood, CO/Regis Kent, WA/Kentwood Spokane, WA/Lewis and Clark/Univ. of Washington Spokane, WA/Lewis and Clark Lake Oswego, OR/Lake Oswego Ellensburg, WA/Ellensburg Bainbridge, WA/Bainbridge Lansing, MI/Lansing Christian/Michigan State Prosser, WA/Prosser Victoria, Australia/St. Peter’s College

Kelly Graves (University of New Mexico, 1988 – 10th year) Jodie Kaczor Berry (Western Washington University, 2003 – 7th year) Lisa Mispley Fortier (Cal State Monterey Bay, 2004 – 3rd year) Michelle Elliott (Gonzaga University, 2008 – 2nd year) Amanda Brown (Gonzaga University, 2009 – 1st year) Molly Hays (University of Montana, 2007 - 1st year) Peter Clark (Whitworth College, 2008 – 2nd year)

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“There is no question Viv is our most versatile player and in many ways our most valuable. She has the ability to play every position on the floor. She consistently comes up big in our big games. She is fun-loving, has a great personality and keeps the team energized or loose, whichever is needed. She has improved more than any player I have ever coached.” - Kelly Graves

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12 - Vivian Frieson 6-0 * Senior * Forward Seattle, Wash. (Garfield)

HIGH SCHOOL Played basketball at Seattle’s Garfield High School for coach Joyce Walker as a junior and senior helping Garfield win Washington State 4A championship in 2005...attended Garfield as a junior and Nova Project as a senior, playing basketball at GHS both seasons... started high school career at Bremerton High...named to the Kitsap Sun Super Six all-area team as a sophomore...All-Narrows League first team as a sophomore...named Street & Smith honorable mention All-American as a sophomore...family relocated to Seattle following sophomore year...helped Garfield post a 26-1 record and earn a national ranking as a junior...averaged 11 points, nine rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks per-game as a senior...McDonald’s All-American nominee...selected to play in Washington State Coaches Association All-Star game and Queens of the Hardwood All-Star game as a senior...helped Garfield post an 18-6 record as a senior and win KingCo League championship...career best game was in 2006 district playoffs with 26 points, 18 rebounds, six assists, four steals and four blocks...also competed in track during senior year winning KingCo championship in the high jump...invited to participate in the Washington vs. Oregon Meet of Champions. FRESHMAN (2006-07) Played in all 34 games for the Bulldogs...averaged 3.2 points and 2.6 rebounds per game...scored a career-high nine points against Saint Mary’s College...made four field goals for eight points against Pepperdine University...grabbed a career-high eight rebounds at Portland State University...grabbed seven rebounds four times; against Marquette University, Pepperdine, at Portland and against San Francisco in the semifinals of the WCC Tournament...dished out a career-high three assists against Pepperdine...blocked two shots at Purdue and against Montana State. SOPHOMORE (2007-08) Missed the first seven games due to a broken finger...played in all 27 games after returning from her injury, including 25 starts...scored in double-figures in 13 contests...scored a career-high 21 points at then-No.1 University of Tennessee (12/16/07)...scored 20 points at Utah Valley College (12/31/07)...grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds at the University of San Francisco (1/19/08)...blocked three shots against Loyola Marymount University (1/12/08)...had four steals at Pepperdine University (2/9/08)...registered her first career doubledouble against Pepperdine (3/6/08); finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds...had her second career double-double against the University of Colorado (3/24/08) in the second round of the WNIT...finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds against Colorado.

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What is the best advice you ever received? To not give up and always fight through adversity. What reality show would you like to be on? My own! Something you can’t live without? My family. Who is the best dancer on the team? Me! Describe yourself in one word? Outgoing.

If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A house for my mom. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The best fans in the world. Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? Quit dribbling around like you’re in the Ukranian Circus. Three words that describe Coach Graves? Caring, Passionate, Awesome. Who is the funniest person on the team? Carter Schick. Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - the coaches, worst - Carter Schick

JUNIOR (2008-09) Played in 33 games for Gonzaga, getting the starting nod 29 times... named to the All-West Coast Conference first team...finished first on the team in blocks (56) and second in steals (66) and assists (87)... registered 17 double-digit scoring performances and had four double-doubles to her credit...scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds against the University of Utah in the WBCA Classic (11/29/08)...finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds versus Saint Joseph’s University (1/2/09)...had 10 points and 15 rebounds, one rebound shy of tying her career high, at the University of San Francisco (1/17/09)...poured in 13 points and grabbed 10 boards at Loyola Marymount University (2/19/09)...scored a career-high 26 points, hitting 10-of-14 from the field and 6-of-9 from the free throw line, versus Santa Clara University (2/26/09)...dished out a career-high seven assists in back-to-back games; versus Santa Clara (2/26/09) and against the University of San Diego (2/28/09)...made a school record 10 steals at the University of Washington (11/16/08)...had a career-high five blocks at Loyola Marymount (2/19/09)...scored 17 points, had three assits, three blocks and one steal in Zags upset victory over Xavier University in first round of NCAA Tournament...named to the WBCA All-Tournament squad. Misc High school honor roll...mothers name is Julien Washington.

Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... Of the coaches and the family atmosphere. What’s playing on your Ipod? Drake, Keri Hilson, Pleasure, Trey Songz.

FAVORITES Food: Potatoes Place on Campus: MAC Vacation Spot: My mom’s couch Actress: Sanaa Lathan Actor: John Travolta Holiday: Christmas

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Brand of Clothing: Nike Class: Graphic Design ZAG moment: Winning the first round of NCAA Tourney.

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career highs

Points ................................................. 26 vs. Santa Clara (2/26/09) Rebounds ......................................... 16 at San Francisco (1/19/08) Assists ................................................. 7 two times - most recent vs. San Diego (2/28/08) Steals ............................................... 10* at Washington (11/16/08)

Blocks ................................................. 5 at Loyola Marymount (2/19/09) Field Goals Made ............................. 11 at San Diego (1/31/09) Field Goals Attempted .................... 18 at Utah Valley (12/31/07) Free Throws Made ............................ 6 two times - most recent vs. Santa Clara (2/26/09) Free Throws Attempted .....................9 vs. Santa Clara (2/26/09) 3-Point Field Goals Made ................. 1 five times - most recent at San Diego (1/31/09) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted ......... 4 at Purdue (12/2/06) Minutes ............................................. 38 two times - most recent vs. Pittsburgh (3/23/09) Career Statistics Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

34-0 362/10.6 27-25 627/23.2 33-31 1027/31.1 94-56 2016/21.4

45-131 108-221 137-318 290-670

.344 .489 .431 .433

2-18 2-12 1-8 5-38

.111 .167 .125 .132

F-Throws ft-fta pct

17-34 23-32 55-81 95-147

off

Rebounds def tot

.500 34 54 .719 40 120 .679 70 163 .646 144 337

88 160 233 481

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pf

2.6 36 5.9 55 7.1 66 5.1 157

fo

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to

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3.2 8.9 10.0 7.2

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“Heather is perhaps the greatest competitor I’ve ever coached. She works hard and competes every day in practice and consistently performs in games - she never seems to have an off day or game. Despite all of her accolades she remains humble and is always willing to give credit to her teammates. She will have a long legacy here at Gonzaga as one of the all-time greatest players and the standard by which others will forever be judged.” - Kelly Graves

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30 - heather bowman 6-1 * Senior * Forward Spokane, Wash. (Lewis and Clark)

HIGH SCHOOL Played for coach Jim Redmon at Spokane’s Lewis and Clark High School...led the Tigers to four-straight Washington 4A State Tournament appearances...helped team win 4A State Championship in 2006 earning Tournament MVP honors...helped team finish third at 4A State championships during junior campaign...averaged 16.5 points and 8.3 rebounds as a junior earning second team All-State honors... first-team All-State as a senior as she ended her prep career as the all-time leading scorer in Greater Spokane League history with 1,680 points...four-year starter and three-time first-team All-GSL selection... rated 38th best prospect in the country by Scout.com and one of the Top 10 forwards...also played for Spokane Stars AAU program helping lead that team to national prominence. FRESHMAN (2006-07) Played and started in all 34 games for the Bulldogs...averaged 13.0 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 1.1 steals per game...scored in double-digit points in 23 contests, including eight 20+ point performances and one 30+ point performance...scored in double-digit points in 13 out of 14 West Coast Conference games...had four double-digit rebound games...had four double-doubles...scored a career-high 32 points against Eastern Washington...hit 10-of-15 from the field and 12-of16 from the charity stripe against Eastern Washington...hit a seasonhigh 11 field goals at Santa Clara to finish with 28 points...grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds at Santa Clara...dished out a career-high five assists against Portland...named West Coast Conference Player of the Week once...named West Coast Conference Newcomer of the Year...named to the All-WCC first team...named to the West Coast Conference All-Freshman Team...named the WCC Tournament Most Valuable Player after averaging 15.7 points, 5.3 rebounds and shooting 66.7 percent (18-27) from the field and 91.7 percent (11-12) from the free throw line. SOPHOMORE (2007-08) Played and started 29 games for Gonzaga...missed five games with a spiral fracutre of her left hand...was named West Coast Conference Player of the Year...named to the All-WCC squad...named to the WCC All-Tournament squad...was named WCC Player of the Month three times....named WCC Player of the Week four times...led the team in points (20.1) and rebounds (8.3) per contest...shot an impressive 52.9 percent from the field...scored in double-figures in all but one contest...had 17 20-plus point performances and one 30-plus point game...has 10 double-doubles...broke into the single-season Top-10 in points (3rd; 584), field goals made (3rd; 217), free throws made (t2nd; 150) and rebounds (10th; 240)...scored a season-high 30 points at Santa Clara University (2/28/08)...tied an individual game record

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bowman up Close What is the best advice you ever received? Take each day as it comes, don’t worry about tomorrow. What reality show would you like to be on? Real World/Road Rules Challenge. Something you can’t live without? Music. Who is the best dancer on the team? Carter Schick Describe yourself in one word? Awkward. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A boat. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The crowd. In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Cameron Diaz. ‘Battle of the Elbow’. Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? ‘Toughen Up!” Three words that describe Coach Graves? Intense, Passoniate, Competitive. Who is the funniest person on the team? Janelle Bekkering Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Vivian Frieson. Worst - Katelan Redmon Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... I loved the team, the coaches and the entire atmosphere here. What’s playing on your Ipod? Kings of Leon

with 14 free throws at Santa Clara...was the first player in Bulldog history to hit a perfect 14-of-14 from the charity stripe (against SCU)...grabbed 14 rebounds twice; against the University of Nevada (11/17/07) and against UC Riverside (12/2/07)...became the first player in women’s basketball history to eclipse 1,000 points in just two seasons...has 1,025; the 13th Bulldog to score 1,000 or more points. JUNIOR (2008-09) Played and started 33 games for Gonzaga...All-West Coast Conference first team honoree...earned WCC All-Tournament honors... named West Coast Conference Player of the Week three times and was tabbed the WCC Player of the Month for December...led the team in points (19.4) and rebounds (7.5)...shot an impressive 51.1 percent from the field (237-464)...scored in double-figures in all but two games and finished the season with a streak of 26...had 13 20-plus point performances and two 30-plus point outings...had eight double-doubles this season...broke into Zags single season Top-10 in points (2nd; 641), field goals made (3rd; 237) and free throws made (2nd; 166)...is first in the Bulldog career record book in free throws made (417), second in field goals made (624), fourth in total points (1,666) and rebounds (695)...scored a career-high 33 points versus Saint Joseph’s University (1/2/09)...had 31 points against the University of San Diego (2/28/09)...had a season-high 14 rebounds against Portland State University (12/14/08)...hit her only career 3-pointer at Loyola Marymount University (1/24/09)...scored 23 points, had four rebounds, and one assist in Zags upset victory over Xavier University in first round of NCAA Tournament...played the final four games of the season with a torn labrum in her shooting shoulder... had surgery to repair her shoulder in the offseason. SENIOR (2009-10) Named to the preseason Women’s Wooden Award All-American Team and Player of the Year trophy preseason 30 list. Misc. 3.56 high school GPA...parents are Scott and Annette Bowman.

FAVORITES Food: Spike’s BBQ Holiday: Christmas Place on Campus: The MAC Brand of Clothing: Nike Vacation Spot: Hawai’i Class: History Actress: Meryl Streep ZAG moment: Winning the Actor: Edward Norton first round of NCAA Tourney last year.

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career highs

Points ................................................. 33 vs. Saint Joseph’s (1/2/09) Rebounds ......................................... 15 at Santa Clara (2/10/07) Assists ................................................. 5 vs. Portland (2/10/07) Steals ................................................... 4 at Wyoming (11/23/08) Blocks ................................................. 5 at San Diego (2/27/07)

Field Goals Made .............................14 vs. Saint Joseph’s (1/2/09) Field Goals Attempted .................... 26 vs. South Dakota State (12/12/08) Free Throws Made .......................... 14 at Santa Clara (2/28/08) Free Throws Attempted ...................16 at Eastern Washington (12/9/06) 3-Point Field Goals Made ................. 1 at Loyola Marymount (2/19/09) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted ......... 1 five times - most recent at Loyola Marymount (2/19/09) Minutes ............................................. 40 vs. UC Riverside (12/2/07)

Career Statistics Season

gp-gs

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

34-34 861/25.3 170-356 29-29 871/30.0 217-410 33-33 1076/32.6 237-464 96-96 2808/29.3 624-1230

.478 .529 .511 .507

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

.000 .000 .500 .200

min/avg

F-Throws ft-fta pct

101-131 150-186 166-203 417-520

off

Rebounds def tot

.771 84 125 .806 106 134 .818 102 144 .802 292 403

209 240 246 695

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pf

fo

ast

to

6.1 96 8.3 80 7.5 79 7.2 255

3 1 0 4

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blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

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“Tiff is a phenomenal perimeter shooter who has the ability to take over a game with her shooting ability. We missed her greatly during the second half of last season and with her back we become a much better team. Tiffanie’s strength and savvy will also allow us to move her around to other positions on the floor. She has a strong determination to have a memorable senior season.” - Kelly Graves

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34 - tiffanie shives 5-10 * Senior * Guard Lansing, Mich. (Lansing Christian)

HIGH SCHOOL 2005 McDonald’s All-American...named the National Christian School Athletic Association National Player of the Year...third-team USA Today All-American...Parade All-America third-team selection...was the No. 18-ranked senior in the nation by All-Star Girls Report and No. 19 by Blue Star Basketball...was named Michigan Miss Basketball as a senior after averaging 25.1 points, 8.0 assists, 5.2 steals and 4.4 rebounds...also named Michigan Gatorade Player of the Year...led Lansing Christian to a 26-1 record and the Class D State Championship as a senior...set the state’s career 3-point basket record with 311, and ranks second with 653 career assists and seventh with 2,283 career points and 441 steals...twice sank nine three-pointers in a single game...was named to the Detroit Free Press Dream Team each of her last two seasons...was a finalist for the U.S. Junior National Team in 2004...played on the North team at the USA Youth Development Festival in 2004...was the Michigan Class D Player of the Year, the Lansing State Journal Player of the Year, a Street & Smith’s Honorable Mention All-American and an All-Region first team pick as a junior after averaging 24 points, 6.5 rebounds, six assists and four steals per game while leading Lansing Christian to the state finals... her 93 three-point baskets as a junior and 184 assists as a sophomore were both third-best in a single season in Michigan high school history...her career high in points was a 47-point outburst vs. Webberville in 2002. FRESHMAN (2005-06) Played at Michigan State...saw action in 26 games for the Spartans, averaging 9.1 minutes per contest...finished the season averaging 1.9 points and 1.1 rebounds per game. RS-SOPHOMORE (2006-07) Sat out the season per NCAA transfer rules. SOPHOMORE (2007-08) Played in all 34 games, getting the starting nod three times...was second on the squad in three-pointers made (52)...has 16 double-figure point performances, including a six-game streak to close out the season...scored a career-high 19 points at the University of Portland (2/23/08)...also had six rebounds, two assists and one steal against the Pilots...registered 18 points at Portland State University (11/25/07)... hit four three-pointers at Portland State and at the University of San Diego (1/17/08)...dished out a career-high eight assists against the University of Nevada (11/17/07)...had six assists at Saint Mary’s College (3/1/08)...scored double-figure points in all three West Coast Conference Tournament games...scored 16 points in opening round of tournament against Pepperdine University (3/6/08)...followed that

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shives up Close What is the best advice you ever received? That everyone struggles or hits a wall. You find out who you are by the way you respond in those situations. What reality show would you like to be on? Survivor Something you can’t live without? My family. Who is the best dancer on the team? Vivian Frieson Describe yourself in one word? Tender hearted. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A sweet house and a house for my family. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? It’s always open! In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Drew Barrymore. ‘Ups and Downs’. Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? Shoot the ball. You’re not out there for defense. Two words that describe Coach Graves? Intense, Caring. Who is the funniest person on the team? Carter Schick.

performance up with 10 points, five assists and four steals in GU’s semifinal win over Saint Mary’s College (3/8/08)...had 11 points in Zags loss to the University of San Diego in WCC final (3/9/08)... averaged 11.0 in the Bulldogs two WNIT contests...finished with 10 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals against UC Davis in the opening round of the WNIT (3/20/08)...had 12 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals in GU’s setback to the University of Colorado in the second round of the WNIT. JUNIOR (2008-09) Played in 10 games before a knee injury forced her out for the season...registered double-digit points in four of the 10 contests played in...finished with a career-high 25 points, going 9-of-14 from the field, including 4-of-6 from beyond the 3-point arc, in victory over Utah Valley University (11/19/08)...had 19 points, one steal and four boards at the University of Washington (11/16/08)...scored 19 points, dished out six assists and had four steals at Eastern Washington University (12/4/08)...only played 10 games but finished third on the team in 3-pointers made with 19. Misc.: Parents are Greg and Trudy Shives.

Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Vivian Frieson. Worst - Carter Schick. Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... of the amazing team chemistry, great coaches and family atmosphere. What’s playing on your Ipod? The most random mix ever. Mostly slow jams! FAVORITES Food: Salmon Brand of Clothing: Cheap Place on Campus: MAC Class: Broadcasting Vacation Spot: Hawai’i ZAG moment: Hanging with Holiday: Christmas the team at basketball houses.

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career highs

Points ................................................. 25 vs. Utah Valley (11/19/08) Rebounds ........................................... 9 vs. UC Riverside (12/2/07) Assists ................................................. 8 vs. Nevada (11/17/07) Steals ................................................... 2 nine times - most recent vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Blocks ................................................. 1 three times - most recent vs. Utah (11/29/08) Field Goals Made ...............................9 vs. Utah Valley (11/19/08) Field Goals Attempted .................... 17 vs. UC Riverside (12/2/07) Free Throws Made ............................ 6 vs. Pepperdine (3/6/08) Free Throws Attempted .....................8 at Washington (11/16/08) 3-Point Field Goals Made ................. 5 at Eastern Washington (12/4/08) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted ......... 9 at Eastern Washington (12/4/08) Minutes ............................................. 32 at Eastern Washington (12/4/08)

Career Statistics Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

34-3 10-3 44-6

612/18.0 218/21.8 830/18.9

104-244 34-78 138-322

.426 .436 .429

3-Point fg-fga

52-135 19-48 71-183

pct

.385 .396 .388

F-Throws ft-fta pct

38-44 14-19 52-63

.864 .737 .825

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

29 8 37

61 17 78

2.6 2.5 2.6

64 27 91

0 1 1

55 19 74

55 19 74

2 1 3

25 8 33

298 8.8 101 10.1 399 9.1

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“Tatri is a true team player. She fills whatever role is needed and necessary and has given us a big lift in some of our most important games. She is a consistently hard worker with incredible ball handling skills—a human highlight with a basketball in her hands. She is our quickest player and a tremendous defender. Her leadership both on and off the court make Tatri a valuable asset to the entire athletic community.” - Kelly Graves

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10 - tatri lorenzo 5-5 * Junior * Guard Wahiawa, Hawai’i (Kamehameha)

HIGH SCHOOL Played basketball for coach Clay Cockett at Kamehameha High School earning four varsity letters...first-team All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu as a junior and senior...second-team All-ILH as a sophomore and honorable mention honoree as a freshman...helped lead team to a 13-5 record as a senior and fifth place finish at the Hawaii State Championships...named to the All-Tournament team averaging 10 points and five rebounds a game...first team All-State in 2006 after earning honorable mention honors as a sophomore and junior...Honolulu Star Bulletin’s All-State FAB 15 selection in 2005 and 2006...named MVP of Palama Christmas Tournament in 2004... helped lead team to several in-season tournament championships. FRESHMAN (2006-07) Played in six games, starting three, before a knee injury ended her season...earned a medical redshirt. RS-FRESHMAN (2007-08) Played in 24 games...played a season-high 15 minutes against Santa Clara University (2/2/08)...scored four points five times; against Eastern Washington University (12/29/07), the University of Portland (1/26/08), Santa Clara (2/2/08), the University of San Francisco (2/14/08) and at Portland (2/23/08)...dished out three assists on two twice; against Portland (1/26/08) and against Saint Mary’s College (1/31/08)...made two steals against Santa Clara (2/2/08)...had a season-high five rebounds against San Francisco (2/14/08). SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Played in 32 of the Bulldogs 34 games...played a season-high 32 minutes against then-No. 15 University of Virginia (11/30/08)...scored a season-high six points against Portland State University (12/14/08)... finished with four points on two different occasions; versus Montana State University (11/21/08) and against Saint Mary’s (2/12/09)... dished out a career-high six assists in win over then-No. 15 Virginia... had five assists at Eastern Washington University (12/4/08)...grabbed four rebounds on two different occasions; verus Montana State University (11/21/08) and the University of Utah (11/29/08)...finished with two steals on two occasions; against then-No. 15 Virginia and versus Portland State...missed two games with a broken finger on her shooting hand.

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lorenzo up Close What is the best advice you ever received? Keep on trucking. What reality show would you like to be on? The Amazing Race or Whale Wars. Something you can’t live without? A sense of humor. Who is the best dancer on the team? Vivian Frieson Describe yourself in one word? Cruise. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? My own island.

Misc. Full first name is Tatriana...3.67 high school GPA...parents are Patrick and Dana Lorenzo...honor roll...National Honor Society...Principal’s List...cousins Mahie Atay and Poliala Lorenzo both played soccer at the University of Hawai’i...cousin Shawn Lorenzo played football at the University of San Diego.

Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? 24/7 access. In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Sandra Bullock. ‘Happy Hour’. Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? Go to dinner. Have yourself some prime rib. Three words that describe Coach Graves? Funny, blunt, challenging. Who is the funniest person on the team? Janelle Bekkering. Who is the biggest prankster? Heather Bowman Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Claire Raap. Worst - Carter Schick. Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... I wanted to be part of a program that was on the rise. The chemistry throughout really brings that family feeling. What’s playing on your Ipod? One day by Matisyahu. FAVORITES Food: Kalua pig and cabbage Place on Campus: Lake Arthur Vacation Spot: North Shore Actress: Jodie Foster Actor: Huge Jackman Holiday: Christmas

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Brand of Clothing: Billabong Class: Christian Leadership ZAG moment: Leanne Stockton sinking her 3-point shot or Spike knocking over the ball rack during halftime warmups!

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career highs

Points ................................................... 6 two times - most recent vs. Portland State (12/14/08) Rebounds ........................................... 5 vs. San Francisco (2/14/08) Assists ................................................. 6 vs. Virginia (11/30/08) Steals ................................................... 2 three times - most recent vs. Portland State (12/14/08) Blocks ................................................. 1 vs Eastern Washington (12/29/07)

Field Goals Made ...............................3 vs. Portland State (12/14/08) Field Goals Attempted ...................... 6 vs. Virginia (11/30/08) Free Throws Made ............................ 4 at Montana (11/19/06) Free Throws Attempted .....................4 at Montana (11/19/06) 3-Point Field Goals Made ................. 1 two times - most recent vs. Nevada (11/17/07) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted ......... 2 three times - most recent vs. Virginia (11/30/08) Minutes ............................................. 32 vs. Virginia (11/30/08) Career Statistics Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

F-Throws ft-fta pct

off

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

6-3 24-0 32-1 62-4

80/13.3 158/6.6 318/9.9 556/9.0

7-14 15-35 9-44 31-93

.500 .429 .205 .333

1-2 1-2 0-6 2-10

.500 .500 .000 .200

6-6 1.000 2-2 1.000 2-5 .400 10-13 .769

1 5 2 8

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

9 18 29 56

1.7 1.0 1.0 1.0

7 6 14 27

0 0 0 0

10 17 40 67

14 14 32 60

0 1 0 1

3 6 11 20

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Scoring pts avg

21 33 20 74

3.5 1.4 0.6 1.2

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“Janelle is one of the most gifted athletes and skilled basketball players that I’ve ever had the opportunity to coach. Her confidence level has increased and I expect this summer playing for the Canadian National Team will elevate her game even more. For the first time since she arrived at GU she’s healthy and GU fans will have the opportunity to see the real Janelle in action.” - Kelly Graves

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11 - janelle bekkering 6-0 * Junior * Forward/Guard Taber, Alberta, Canada (W.R. Myers)

HIGH SCHOOL Considered one of the best Canadian high school talents in the last several years, she earned three varsity letters at W.R. Myers High School in Taber, Alberta...averaged 28.8 points and 15.4 rebounds per-game as a senior...helped lead team to a third-place finish at the Canadian Provincials...named Canadian 3A Player of the Year and league MVP...member of Team Alberta 2003-05...member of Canadian Junior National Team in 2004-05...youngest player invited to try out for Canadian National Team in summer of 2006...Myers High School Athlete of the Year...also earned three varsity letters in volleyball leading team to second place finish in Provincials...first-team All-League in volleyball. FRESHMAN (2006-07) Redshirted her first season with the Bulldogs. RS-FRESHMAN (2007-08) Played in all 34 games, getting the starting nod 11 different times... scored in double figures in nine contests...finished with a career-high 20 points in her collegiate debut against the University of Washington (11/12/07)...had 15 points, six rebounds and three steals against Marquette University (11/23/07)...registered her only double-double of the season at Montana State University (12/21/07), posting 16 points and grabbing 11 rebounds...had 11 points, nine rebounds and four assists against Eastern Washington University (12/29/07)...scored 12 points, five rebounds and one block against Loyola Marymount University (1/12/07)...posted 10 points against the University of San Francisco (2/14/08), the University of San Diego (2/16/08), at Saint Mary’s College (3/1/08) and against the University of Colorado (3/24/08) in the second round of the WNIT. SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Played in all 34 games for the Zags, getting the starting nod 31 times... scored in double-figure points in 11 different contests...scored a seasonhigh 19 points, one off her career-high, at the University of San Diego (1/31/09)...had 18 points and seven rebounds against the University of San Francisco (2/14/09)...grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds against San Diego in the championship game of the West Coast Conference Tournament (3/9/09)...had eight rebounds, along with 16 points, three assists, two steals and one block versus Saint Joseph’s University (1/2/09)...dished out a career-high five assists at Saint Mary’s College (1/29/09)...made a career-high five steals at Santa Clara University (1/15/09)...drained 34 3-pointers, second best on the team, including a team-best 20 in West Coast Conference play...earned West Coast Conference All-Tournament honors after averaging 11.5 points, 8.0 rebounds over the two games...she registered

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bekkering up Close What is the best advice you ever received? Just relax and play. What reality show would you like to be on? The Bachelorette Something you can’t live without? Laughter. Who is the best dancer on the team? Vivian Frieson Describe yourself in one word? Quirky. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A vacation home for my family. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The sweet gym floor. In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Kate Hudson. ‘Crazy and Canadian’. Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? Did someone just fuss?

a double-double in the WCC Tournament title game, scoring 14 points and grabbing 10 boards against San Diego (3/9/09)...named to the West Coast Conference Winter All-Academic Team. SUMMER OF 2009 Was a member of the Canadian Women’s National Team that participated in the FIBA Americas Championships in Brazil Sept. 23-27; team winning Bronze medal. Misc. Graduated with 90 percent average in high school...honor roll...parents are Simon and Joanne Bekkering...sister Anna played basketball at the University of Calgary and professionally in Holland...sister Cory won the Canadian National Tracy MacLeod award in 2005 and played at Calgary with sister Anna...brothers Henry and Ross play basketball at the University of Calgary.

Three words that describe Coach Graves? Competitive, go-getter, caring. Who is the funniest person on the team? Kelly Bowen. Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Shannon Reader. Worst - Carter Schick Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... of the awesome basketball atmosphere and the girls on the team. As well as being close to home. What’s playing on your Ipod? Random mix. I listen to everything! FAVORITES Food: Steak and baked potatoes Place on Campus: Engineering lab Vacation Spot: Fairmont, B.C. Actor: Steve Carell

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Holiday: Christmas Brand of Clothing: Lululemon ZAG moment: When Spike tripped over the ball rack during halftime warmups. Priceless!

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career highs

Points ................................................. 20 vs. Washington (11/12/07) Rebounds ......................................... 11 at Montana State (12/21/07) Assists ................................................. 5 at Saint Mary’s (1/29/09) Steals ................................................... 5 at Santa Clara (1/15/09) Blocks ................................................. 2 three times - most recent at Eastern Washington (12/4/08)

Field Goals Made ...............................7 two times - most recent at San Diego (1/31/09) Field Goals Attempted .................... 13 four times - most recent vs. San Francisco (2/14/09) Free Throws Made ............................ 7 three times - most recent vs. Virginia (11/30/08) Free Throws Attempted .....................9 two times - most recent vs. Virginia (11/30/08) 3-Point Field Goals Made ................. 4 two times - most recent vs. San Francisco (2/14/09) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted ....... 11 vs. San Francisco (2/14/09) Minutes ............................................. 37 vs. San Diego (3/9/09) Career Statistics Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

34-11 588/17.3 34-31 873/25.7 68-42 1461/21.5

75-207 99-252 174-459

pct

.362 .393 .379

3-Point fg-fga

16-63 34-102 50-165

pct

.254 .333 .303

F-Throws ft-fta pct

50-63 53-73 103-136

.794 .726 .757

off

Rebounds def tot

42 83 40 93 82 176

125 133 258

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

3.7 56 3.9 57 3.8 113

2 2 4

28 62 44 60 72 122

7 15 22

22 35 57

216 6.4 285 8.4 501 7.4

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“Courtney is the heart and soul of our basketball team. She is a tremendous leader, hard worker and one of the greatest competitors in women’s basketball today. She comes up the biggest when the spotlight is the brightest—a true gamer. Her court vision, ability to set her teammates up and her ability to get into the lane and make things happen make her an imposing threat. All the while she remains humble and is always focused on the team’s success.” - Kelly Graves

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21 - courtney vandersloot 5-8 * Junior * Point Guard Kent, Wash. (Kent)

HIGH SCHOOL Named the Seattle Times 2007 State Player of the Year...consensus first-team All-State honoree...was the state of Washington’s leading scorer as a senior...averaged 26.0 points, 7.0 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 5.0 steals per game as a senior at Kentwood High School...led Kentwood to a 28-1 overall record in 2007 and a third place finish at the Washington State 4A Tournament...a two-time South Puget Sound League North Division MVP (junior/senior)...named state tournament Most Valuable Player after finishing one point shy of the Washington state record for points in a tournament with 113...named Most Valuable Player of the Washington State Coaches Association All-State basketball game as a senior...averaged 18.5 points, 7.2 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 4.5 steals per game as a junior...led her team to a 24-5 record, South Puget Sound League Champions, third place finish in the SW District and help the squad to its first trip to the Washington State 4A Tournament...all-time leading scorer at Kentwood High School with 1,684 points...rated the 63rd best prospect in the country by Scout.com and was the top point guard in the state of Washington, as well as one of the Top 15 point guards in the country. FRESHMAN (2007-08) Named West Coast Conference Newcomer of the Year...garnered WCC All-Conference and WCC All-Freshman team accolades...named WCC Player of the Week once...named to the WCC All-Tournament squad...played in all 34 games, getting the starting nod 27 times... led the team in assists per game (5.6) and was second in points-pergame (10.6)...had 22 double-digit point games....one double-double... two double-figure assist contests...dished out four or more assists in 28 games...scored a career-high 20 points at Pepperdine University (2/9/08)...scored 15 points and grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds at Saint Mary’s College (3/1/08)...dished out a career-high 11 assists at the University of Portland (2/23/08)...had 10 assists in her collegiate debut against the University of Washington (11/12/07)...had a careerhigh five steals at Pepperdine (2/9/08)...blocked three shots at the University of Portland (2/23/08)...scored in double figures in all three WCC Tournament games...had 10 points and four assists in first round win over Pepperdine....tallied 14 points, registered eight assists and eight rebounds in semifinal win over Saint Mary’s...posted 10 points and three assists in final loss to San Diego...her 191 total assists ranks third in the single-season Top-10. SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Named West Coast Conference Player of the Year…named West Coast Conference Tournament Most Valuable Player after averaging 15.5 points, 9.0 assists, 2.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals over the Zags to games…earned All-West Coast Conference accolades…

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vandersloot up Close What reality show would you like to be on? Real World. Something you can’t live without? My family. Who is the best dancer on the team? Vivian Frieson Describe yourself in one word? Laidback. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? Our locker room. Three words that describe Coach Graves? Intense, Competitive, Friendly. Who is the funniest person on the team? Kayla Standish. Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Tiffanie Shives. Worst - Carter Schick Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... of my teammates. What’s playing on your Ipod? Country.

named WBCA/State Farm Coaches’ All-America honorable mention…named Associated Press All-America honorable mention… named a finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award…named West Coast Conference Player of the Week three times and was the West Coast Conference Player of the Month for January and February…missed two games (Virginia/Eastern Washington) due to a sprained ankle… led the team in assists (239), 3-pointers (35) and steals (69)…finished third in the nation in assists per game at 7.5…was 18th in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.96), 71st in points per game (16.4) and 82nd in field goal percentage (47.1)…221 assists is most dished out in a Gonzaga season…third in career assists with 430 and 10th in 3-pointers made with 68…registered 26 double-figure point games and closed out the season with a streak of 11…had six double-doubles on the year (points/assists)…dished out double-digit assists in seven contests…scored a career-high 32 points at Marquette University (11/28) in the WBCA Classic…passed out a career-high 13 assists versus Montana State University (11/21)…hit a career-high four 3-pointers against Eastern Oregon University (11/14)…made a career-tying high five steals against the University of Pittsburgh in the second round of the NCAA Tournament…had four steals in five different contests. SUMMER OF 2009 Invited to the USA World University Games Team Trials; the first player in Gonzaga history to receive an invite.

Who has the messiest locker? Tiffanie Shives Who works the hardest in the weight room? Carter Schick

JUNIOR (2009-10) One of 25 Division I players named to the prestigious 2009-10 preseason “Wade Watch” list for The State Farm Wade Trophy Player of the Year...named to the preseason Women’s Wooden Award AllAmerican Team and Player of the Year trophy preseason 30 list. Misc. 3.53 high school GPA...Parents are Bill and Jan Vandersloot.

FAVORITES

Food: Mashed potatoes Place on Campus: MAC Vacation Spot: Hawai’i Actor: Vince Vaughn Holiday: Christmas Brand of Clothing: Nike Class: Comm 101

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ZAG moment: Winning the first round of NCAA Tourney.

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career highs

Points ................................................. 32 at Marquette (11/28/08) Rebounds ......................................... 11 at Saint Mary’s (3/1/08) Assists ............................................... 13 vs. Montana State (11/21/08) Steals ................................................... 5 two times - most recent vs. Pittsburgh (3/23/09) Blocks ................................................. 3 at Portland (2/23/08)

Field Goals Made .............................10 two times - most recent at Marquette (11/28/08) Field Goals Attempted .................... 19 at Marquette (12/28/08) Free Throws Made .......................... 11 vs. Portland (2/8/09) Free Throws Attempted ...................13 two times - most recent vs. Portland (2/8/09) 3-Point Field Goals Made ................. 4 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted ......... 7 vs. Montana (11/19/07) Minutes ............................................. 38 at Santa Clara (2/28/08) Career Statistics Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

34-27 962/28.3 32-31 1049/32.8 66-58 2011/30.5

128-311 180-385 308-696

.412 .468 .443

3-Point fg-fga

33-100 35-93 68-193

pct

.330 .376 .352

F-Throws ft-fta pct

70-107 129-164 199-271

.654 .787 .734

off

Rebounds def tot

19 112 22 109 41 221

131 131 262

avg

pf

3.9 79 4.1 49 4.0 128

fo

ast

to

1 191 103 0 239 120 1 430 223

stl

Scoring pts avg

6 62 9 69 15 131

359 10.6 524 16.4 883 13.4

blk

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“Claire is perhaps the best pure athlete on our basketball team. She is one of a few players who has the ability and is asked to play both inside and out. She is a tenacious rebounder, excellent defender and has a knack for scoring in transition. She made some big improvements on her game this past season and I’m looking forward to seeing her in action.” - Kelly Graves

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35 - claire raap 5-11 * Junior * Forward Prosser, Wash. (Prosser)

HIGH SCHOOL Three-time 3A All-Mid-Valley League first team honoree...averaged 14.7 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.8 steals and 3.0 assists per game as a junior..earned All-Region team honors and was voted Most Valuable Player by her team as a junior...four-time Tri-City/Yakima All-Star Game participant...also played volleyball and was a member of the track and field team...earned All-League volleyball honors threestraight years and is a two-time state finalist in both the 100 and 200 meters. FRESHMAN (2007-08) Saw action in 25 games...played a season-high 17 minutes against Eastern Washington University (12/29/07)...scored a career-high 10 points at Montana State University (12/21/07)...grabbed a career-high six rebounds against Eastern Washington (12/29/07)...dished out two assists at Sacramento State University (12/8/07) and against Santa Clara University (2/2/08)...had two steals at Sacramento State. SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Was a key reserve off the bench for the Zags, appearing in 33 games... shot an impressive 53.3 percent (64-for-120) from the field, including 53.2 percent (33-for-62) in West Coast Conference action...recorded five double-figure point contests...finished with a career-high 15 points against Saint Mary’s College (2/12/09)...had 13 points, two boards and one assist at the University of San Diego (1/31/09)... grabbed a career-tying high six boards against Saint Joseph’s University (1/2/09)...had a career-high five steals versus Eastern Oregon University (11/14/08). Misc. 3.72 high school GPA...Parents are John Raap and Tricia Anderson.

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What is the best advice you ever received? Play for me!

Points ................................................. 15 vs. Saint Mary’s (2/21/09)

What reality show would you like to be on? Dancing with the Stars.

Rebounds ........................................... 6 two times - most recent vs. Saint Joseph’s (1/2/09)

Something you can’t live without? My family. Who is the best dancer on the team? Vivian Frieson

Assists ................................................. 2 four times - most recent vs. San Diego (2/28/09)

Describe yourself in one word? Loving or friendly. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A horse barn filled with horses.

Steals ................................................... 5 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The locker room.

Blocks ................................................. 1 eight times - most recent vs. Loyola Marymount (3/8/09)

In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Megan Fox. ‘One world at a time’.

Field Goals Made ...............................5 four times - most recent vs. Santa Clara (2/26/09)

Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? We’re not playing Quincy anymore Claire. Three words that describe Coach Graves? Big, intimidating, friendly.

Field Goals Attempted .................... 11 vs. Saint Mary’s (2/19/09)

Who is the funniest person on the team? Carter Schick.

Free Throws Made ............................ 5 vs. Saint Mary’s (2/19/09)

Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Vivian Frieson. Worst - Carter Schick

Free Throws Attempted .....................6 two times - most recent vs. Saint Mary’s (2/19/09)

Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... I absolutely love it here. The team, coaches and school are great.

Minutes ............................................. 24 at Saint Mary’s (2/19/09)

What’s playing on your Ipod? Country

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Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

25-0 33-0 58-0

151/6.0 434/13.2 585/10.1

21-41 64-120 85-161

.512 .533 .528

3-Point fg-fga

pct

0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 2-2 1.000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

10-17 16-38 26-55

.588 .421 .473

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

9 24 33

18 47 65

1.1 2.2 1.7

14 26 40

0 0 0

7 12 19

9 29 38

2 6 8

9 25 34

52 2.1 146 4.4 198 3.4

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“Carter is a coach’s dream. Although she doesn’t play as much as the others she is every bit as important to our success as anyone else. She is in the gym constantly shooting. She keeps our team loose by dancing, singing, impersonating, telling jokes. But make no mistake about it, inside of her is a great competitor and a loving teammate.” - Kelly Graves

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1 - carter schick 5-6 * Sophomore * Guard Olympia, Wash. (Olympia)

HIGH SCHOOL Attended Olympia High School...was a two-year vasrity member of the girls basketball team...earned second team All-Narrows League... earned All-State in both cross country and golf. FRESHMAN (2007-08) Was a member of the Gonzaga women’s golf team. RS-FRESHMAN (2008-09) Was a first-year walk-on who saw seen action in six games for the Bulldogs...played a season-high three minutes against Montana State University (11/21/08)...hit a three-pointer, her only points of the season, in the Zags first game of the season against Eastern Oregon University (11/14/08)...grabbed one rebound and made one steal in two minutes of against versus Pepperdine University (1/22/09). Misc 3.61 high school GPA...parents are Elmer and Terry Schick.

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What is the best advice you ever received? Whatever you do, work at it with all of your heart.

Points ................................................... 3 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

What reality show would you like to be on? Cribs.

Rebounds ........................................... 1 vs. Pepperdine (1/22/09)

Something you can’t live without? Protein.

Steals ................................................... 1 vs. Pepperdine (1/22/09)

Who is the best dancer on the team? Myself and Vivian Frieson. Describe yourself in one word? Unpredictable.

Field Goals Made ...............................1 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A better house for my parents.

Field Goals Attempted ...................... 2 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The locker room.

Minutes ............................................... 3 vs. Montana State (11/21/08)

Favorite Coach Graves quote/saying? Guys we are the better team, this is going to be fun. Who is the funniest person on the team? Too hard of a question. Everyone makes me laugh. Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Ariam. Worst - Me! Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... it was my dream school. What’s playing on your Ipod? T.I. Who works the hardest in the weight room? Katelan Redmon Who has the messiest locker? Courtney Vandersloot

Career Statistics Season

2008-09 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

6-0 6-0

11/1.8 11/1.8

1-4 1-4

.250 .250

1-2 1-2

.500 .500

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-0 0-0

.000 .000

off

0 0

Rebounds def tot

1 1

1 1

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

0.2 0.2

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 2

0 0

1 1

3 0.5 3 0.5

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“Ariam is a great teammate because she is not afraid to be vocal. She is a cerebral player with the ability to play within herself. She is a very good defender and is not afraid to battle with the biggest and the baddest. As she continues to improve, Ariam can become a significant contributor on the court.” - Kelly Graves

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3 - Ariam tecleMariam 5-9 * Sophomore *Guard Tacoma, Wash. (Bellarmine Preparatory)

HIGH SCHOOL Attended Bellarmine Preparatory School...was a four-year member of the varsity basketball team...earned All-Narrows first team...also played soccer...helpd Bellarmine Prep win the 2004 Washington state championship in soccer. FRESHMAN (2008-09) Saw action in 14 games...played a season-high six minutes in two contests; versus Eastern Oregon University (11/14/08) and against the University of San Francisco (2/14/09)...did not score a point for the Zags this season, going 0-for-9 from the field, including 0-for-1 from 3-point range, and 0-of-2 from the free throw line...grabbed six rebounds. Misc. 3.6 high school GPA...twin sister ReZina is a sophomore on the Univeristy of Portland women’s basketball team...Parents are Peter and Shauna TecleMariam.

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What is the best advice you ever received? Life is too short to not enjoy every moment, so live for today, hope for tomorrow and learn from the past.

Rebounds ............................................1 six times - most recent vs. San Francisco (2/14/09)

What reality show would you like to be on? Daddy’s Girls or Run’s House! Something you can’t live without? My twin sister Zee.

Field Goals Attempted .......................4 vs. San Francisco (2/14/09)

Who is the best dancer on the team? Vivian Frieson

3-Point Field Goals Attempted ..........1 vs. San Francisco (2/14/09)

Describe yourself in one word? Nerd and proud of it.

Free Throws Attempted .....................2 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A new house and car for my parents and a puppy for me.

Minutes ................................................6 two times - most recent vs. San Francisco (2/14/09)

Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The lights. In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Halle Berry. ‘The Goofy Movie’. Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? “Heather Bowman you’re an All-American, play like one.” Three words that describe Coach Graves? Nice, funny, big. Who is the funniest person on the team? Kelly Bowen and Kayla Standish...it’s a duo. Who is the biggest prankster? Carter Schick. Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Shannon Reader. Worst - Carter Schick Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... It’s close to home and it’s a good education What’s playing on your Ipod? Down by Jay Sean.

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Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

2008-09 TOTAL

14-0 14-0

37/2.6 37/2.6

0-9 0-9

.000 .000

0-1 0-1

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

0-2 0-2

.000 .000

off

1 1

Rebounds def tot

5 5

6 6

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

0.4 0.4

2 2

0 0

0 0

2 2

0 0

0 0

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“Shannon is a true Zag in every way. She works hard daily, she competes and she’s very coachable. She has the ability to rebound with the best of them and has a real nose for the basketball. She has developed into a great team leader and is always willing to do what is best for the team. We need her to step up and have a big year for us.” - Kelly Graves

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31 - shannon reader 6-2 * Sophomore * Center Lake Oswego, Ore. (Lake Oswego)

HIGH SCHOOL Led Lake Oswego High to the Oregon State Tournament semifinals as a junior...averaged 12.7 points and 13.2 rebounds as a senior and 14.0 points and 13.0 rebounds per game as a junior...named first team All-Leauge as a senior..as freshman and sophomore at Century High School, she was twice named to the Metro All-League team after averaging 13.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 14.0 points, 13.0 rebounds per game as a sophomore and freshman, respectively. FRESHMAN (2008-09) Played in 26 games for the Bulldogs...scored a career-high eight points against Eastern Oregon University (11/14/08)...scored four points on four different occasions...grabbed a career-high eight rebounds versus Eastern Oregon...had four boards at UC Santa Barbara (12/7/08)... blocked two shots on three different occasions; versus Montana State University (11/21/08), at Saint Mary’s College (1/29/09) and against the University of Portland (2/8/09)...had two steals against Montana State. Misc. 3.61 high school GPA...Parents are Denny and Leann Reader.

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What is the best advice you ever received? To always believe.

Points ................................................... 8 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

What reality show would you like to be on? Survivor.

Rebounds ........................................... 8 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Something you can’t live without? My family and friends. Who is the best dancer on the team? Carter Schick...got to love the Irish jig!

Assists ................................................. 2 three times - most recent vs. Saint Joseph’s (1/2/09)

Describe yourself in one word? Energetic.

Steals ................................................... 2 vs. Montana State (11/21/08)

If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A house by the river for my dad and a house in a tropical location for my mom and a private jet to take them to see each other.

Field Goals Made ...............................3 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The atmosphere of a game day. In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Katherine Heigl. ‘Surviving the end of the world’.

Field Goals Attempted ...................... 5 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? “Go get yourself a prime rib dinner.”

Free Throws Made ............................ 3 vs. Wyoming (12/22/08)

Three words that describe Coach Graves? Energetic, intense, competitive.

Free Throws Attempted .....................4 vs. Wyoming (12/22/08)

Who is the funniest person on the team? Carter Schick.

Free Throw Percentage ....... .750 (3-4) vs. Wyoming (12/22/08)

Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Kayla Standish. Worst - Carter Schick

Minutes ............................................. 14 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... of my teammates. They are great basketball players along with amazing friends. What’s playing on your Ipod? Country.

Career Statistics Season

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min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

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2008-09 TOTAL

26-0 26-0

174/6.7 174/6.7

14-30 14-30

.467 .467

0-0 0-0

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F-Throws ft-fta pct

9-12 9-12

.750 .750

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19 19

24 24

1.7 1.7

24 24

0 0

7 7

12 12

8 8

6 6

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“Kayla has all of the physical tools to be one of the greatest players I’ve had the privilege of coaching and to have ever played at Gonzaga. With her skill set, she can play any of four positions on the court. She is our best shot blocker, has great shooting range and in time could be our best rebounder and defensive stopper. If she continues to improve like she has so far—watch out! - Kelly Graves

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32 - Kayla standish 6-2 * Sophomore * Forward Ellensburg, Wash. (Ellensburg)

HIGH SCHOOL Finished her career scoring 2,076 points and led Ellensburg High to four State apperances and won three trophies...averaged 22.3 points and 10.0 rebounds per game as a sophomore...averaged 18.6 points and 10.0 rebounds per game as a junior...was named All-Central Washington Athletic Conference and All-State four times...was also a 2006 first-team State 3A Tournament honoree and 2007 2A Tournament Most Valuable Player...standout all-around athlete who was also considered among the best volleyball players in the state and placed in the top four at state each year in both the 100-meter high hurdles and the triple jump. FRESHMAN (2008-09) Saw action in all 34 games for the Bulldogs, including three starts... was fourth on the team in 3-pointers made (16) and second in blocks (18)...scored a career-high 16 points in her collegiate debut against Eastern Oregon University (11/14/08)...scored 11 points at the University of Montana (12/19/08)...grabbed a career-high eight rebounds three times; versus Montana State (11/21/08), at Saint Mary’s College (1/29/09) and against the University of San Francisco (2/14/09)... blocked three shots on two different occasions; versus Eastern Oregon and against Loyola Marymount University (1/24/09)...had four steals against the University of Portland (2/8/09). Misc. Parents are Dave Standish and Joni Leaman.

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What is the best advice you ever received? Play from your heart.

Points ................................................. 16 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

What reality show would you like to be on? Real World.

Rebounds ........................................... 8 two times - most recent vs. San Francisco (2/14/09)

Something you can’t live without? My family. Who is the best dancer on the team? Kelly Bowen...with the shuffle.

Assists ................................................. 3 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Describe yourself in one word? Sarcastic.

Steals ................................................... 4 vs. Portland (2/8/09)

If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A truck and a house.

Blocks ................................................. 3 two times - most recent vs. Loyola Marymount (1/24/09)

Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The crowd! Who is the worst dancer on the team? Katelan Redmon.

Field Goals Made ...............................8 vs. Eastern Oregon (11/14/08)

Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? “Quit playing like a freshman.”

Field Goals Attempted .................... 11 two times - most recent at Montana (12/19/08)

Three words that describe Coach Graves? Intense, persuading, extreme. Who is the funniest person on the team? Carter Schick.

Free Throws Made ............................ 6 vs. Wyoming (12/22/08)

Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Courtney Vandersloot. Worst - Claire Raap

Free Throws Attempted .....................6 vs. Wyoming (12/22/08)

Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... Why wouldn’t I choose Gonzaga?

Free Throw Percentage ....... 1.00 (6-6) vs. Wyoming (12/22/08)

What’s playing on your Ipod? Smalltown USA.

Minutes ............................................. 29 at Montana (12/19/08) Career Statistics

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min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2008-09 TOTAL

34-3 34-3

456/13.4 456/13.4

45-149 45-149

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3-Point fg-fga

16-72 16-72

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F-Throws ft-fta pct

28-37 28-37

.757 .757

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pf

fo

ast

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73 73

2.9 2.9

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27 27

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“Kelly was a huge surprise for us last season. Her physical toughness helped our defense immensely. She has proven she can knock down big shots at crucial times—she’s a gamer. She is perhaps our best rebounder and always loose and plays with a no worries attitude. However, deep down inside she is a competitor that hates to lose.” - Kelly Graves

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44 - kelly bowen 6-0 * Sophomore * Forward Victoria, Australia (St. Peter’s College)

HIGH SCHOOL Played for Frankston Blues; a member of the Youth League Women’s Division of the Big V League in Australia...averaged 14.0 points and 11.5 rebounds per game with Frankston Blues...averaged a doubledouble playing for the Melbourne Roos All-Star High School team in its nine-game American Tour versus different colleges, many of which were NCAA Division I...scored 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds against WCC foe the University of San Diego...had a 16 point, 14 rebound performance against Cal Poly...a member of the 2008 Victorian U20 State Team...finalist for the Emerging Athlete Award. FRESHMAN (2008-09) Saw action in all 34 games for the Bulldogs, including 17 starts... named to the West Coast Conference All-Freshman team...scored in double-figures in five contests...finished with a career-high 17 points on two different occasions; against Saint Joseph’s Unversity (1/2/09) and at Saint Mary’s College (1/29/09)...first career double-double came at Saint Mary’s; scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds... collected double-digit rebounds in three contests, including a careerhigh 11 boards versus Montana State University (11/21/08)...had four steals against both Montana State and Saint Mary’s (2/12/09)...had a monster game in the WCC Championship contest against the University of San Diego; scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds...third on the team in rebounds (153) and fifth in 3-pointers made (15). Misc Parents are Kim and Loretta Bowen.

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Points ................................................. 17 two times - most recent at Saint Mary’s (1/29/09)

What is the best advice you ever received? “No excuses, play like a champion.” What reality show would you like to be on? Big Brother!

Rebounds ......................................... 11 vs. Montana State (11/21/08)

Something you can’t live without? My sisters and Kayla (Standish).

Assists ................................................. 3 two times - most recent vs. Saint Joseph’s (1/2/09)

Who is the best dancer on the team? Myself or Vivian Frieson. Describe yourself in one word? Spunky.

Steals ................................................... 4 two times - most recent vs. Saint Mary’s (2/12/09)

If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A yacht in the Bahamas. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The Bulldog out front.

Blocks ................................................. 1 eight times - most recent vs. Pittsburgh (3/23/09)

In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Megan Fox and ‘Maiden Warrier or Greek Goddess’. Favorite Coach Graves Quote/Saying? Alright, is everybody feeling good?

Field Goals Made ...............................8 at Saint Mary’s (1/29/09)

Who is the funniest person on the team? Me!

Field Goals Attempted .................... 11 at Saint Mary’s (1/29/09)

Who is the biggest prankster? Carter Schick or Tatriana Lorenzo Who is the best/worst dresser on the team? Best - Coach Graves, Worst - Heather Bowman

Free Throws Made ............................ 5 vs. San Diego (3/9/09)

Finish this sentence: I chose Gonzaga because... of the 70 inches of snow each winter and the family enviroment.

Free Throws Attempted .....................6 vs. San Diego (3/9/09)

What’s playing on your Ipod? Nickleback, Kings of Leon, NSYNC.

Free Throw Percentage ..... 1.000 (4-4) vs. Wyoming (12/22/08)

Who works the hardest in the weight room? Carter Schick.

Minutes ............................................. 29 vs. Tennessee (12/30/08)

Career Statistics Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

2008-09 TOTAL

34-17 34-17

617/18.1 617/18.1

72-169 72-169

.426 .426

3-Point fg-fga

15-55 15-55

pct

.273 .273

F-Throws ft-fta pct

21-37 21-37

.568 .568

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pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

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60 60

93 93

4.5 4.5

72 72

1 1

17 17

41 41

8 8

35 35

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23 - Katelan redmon 6-0 * Sophomore * Guard/Forward Spokane, Wash. (Lewis and Clark)

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner and one-year team captain at Lewis and Clark High...two-time Street & Smith’s honorable mention All-American... three-time first-team All-Greater Spokane League selection as a sophomore, junior and ssenior...All-GSL honorable mention as a freshman...led team to State 4A title as a junior and senior...also led team to regional titles as a sophomore and junior. FRESHMAN (2007-08) Played at the University of Washington...named to Pacific-10 AllFreshman Team...one of two Huskies to start all 31 games, setting a Washington freshman record for games started...team scoring leader with 11.8...also led the squad in field goals made (149) and field goals attempted (373)...tied for second on the team in rebounding (4.5 rpg), was third in steals (0.9 spg) and fifth in assists (1.5 apg)...tallied teamhigh 20 double-figure scoring games including nine straight from Nov. 17 through Dec. 21...single-game scoring leader a team-high 12 times; led the squad in both rebounding and assists four times... had best game of the season vs. UC Irvine (12/2/07) with careerhighs in points (20) and rebounds (9); was 9-of-16 from the field and also dished two assists...in Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinal game vs. Arizona State (3/8/08), led the Huskies in both points (15) and rebounds (career-high tying 9)...equaled career-high with 20 points vs. WSU (2/3/08)...made game-winning shot with three seconds on the clock to lift UW over Purdue (12/21/07); had 13 points, 4 rebounds, 1 block and 1 steal in the game...had game-high 19 points and eight rebounds vs. UCLA (1/10/08)...tallied team-high 17 points vs. Pepperdine (12/4/07), while grabbing a career-high three steals...had 14 points, three rebounds, one assist and one steal at Washington State (1/4/07)...had team-high 13 points vs. Oregon State (2/07/07); also recorded four rebounds and one steal...tallied eight points and four rebounds in upset of then-No. 9 Cal (3/2/08). RS-FRESHMAN (2008-09) Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Misc. 3.75 high school GPA...Grandfather Charles Redmon played basketball at Gonzaga...parents are Chuck and Michelle Redmon.

REDMON up Close Who has the messiest locker? Courtney Vandersloot. What reality show would you like to be on? Big Brother. Something you can’t live without? My Jordan shorts or cell phone. Who is the best dancer on the team? Vivian Frieson Describe yourself in one word? Nerdy. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A car. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? The atmosphere. Who is the funniest person on the team? Carter Schick. Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo What is playing on your Ipod? Slow jams. Who works the hardest in the weight room? Carter Schick.

“Katelan has the opportunity to be a “special player” here at Gonzaga. She has all of the tools, the work ethic and the mindset to be one of the nation’s premier players. Her quickness, length and her ability to elevate on her jump shot is unparalleled. She is also personable, always smiles, and upbeat everyday. Look for Katelan to be the next great player at GU.” - Kelly Graves

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13 - kaitlyn petersen 5-7 * Freshman * Guard Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mission Viejo)

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner for Mission Viejo High School...as a senior averaged 26.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 4.0 steals per game... four-time first team All-South Coast Conference honoree and was named SCC Player of the Year as a junior and senior...averaged 21.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 4.0 steals per game as a junior... first team All-CIF and second team All-Orange County as a junior and senior...was selected all-tournament in the prestigious Nike End of the Oregon Trail and River City Classic basketball tournament in the summer of 2008. Misc. 3.4 high school GPA...parents are Anne and Marty Petersen.

petersen up Close What is the best advice you ever received? Work hard and good things will happen for you. What reality show would you like to be on? Real Housewives of Spokane. Something you can’t live without? My family. Who is the best dancer on the team? Carter Schick. Describe yourself in one word? Focused. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? A navy blue two-door convertible phantom. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? Locker room. In a movie about your life, who would play you and what would the title be? Selma Hayek. ‘Life of an exotic woman’. Three words that describe Coach Graves? Funny, personable, honest. Who is the funniest person on the team? Meghan Winters. Who is the biggest prankster? Tatri Lorenzo

“Kaitlyn is a very good all-around player who can shoot the ball, find open teammates and get to the rim. She is a gym rat and has a great feel for the game of basketball. Her desire to learn and get better every day will make her a tremendous asset to our team. She adds to our depth at the point guard position and will allow us a seamless transition in the next couple of years.” - Kelly Graves

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20 - Meghan Winters 5-10 * Freshman * Guard Englewood, Colo. (Regis)

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner at Regis Jesuit High School...averaged 12.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.5 steals and 1.2 assists as a senior...was named 2008 First Team “All Colorado” by the Denver Post as a junior (one of only two players to earn this honor as a junior behind only Abby Waner from Duke and Anne Strother of Connecticut...was named first team All-Continental League and was on the All-Aurora first team as a junior...averaged 13.3 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.1 assists in leading Regis to the state championship game as a junior. Misc. 3.8 high school GPA...parents are Brian and Julie Winters...father Brian Winters was the 12th pick in the NBA draft in 1974, taken by the L.A. Lakers...Brian played for nine years before coaching for the University of South Carolina, the L.A. Lakers, the Milwaukee Bucks, Vancouver Grizzlies, Golden State Warriors and the WNBA’s Indiana Fever...Brian is currently a scout for the Indiana Pacers...brother Brendan Winters played collegiate basketball at Davidson College... sister Keelin Winters is a member of the University of Portland women’s soccer team.

winters up Close What is the best advice you ever received? What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger. What reality show would you like to be on? Dancing with the stars. Something you can’t live without? Gum. Who is the best dancer on the team? Vivian Frieson. Describe yourself in one word? Gregarious. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? I would buy a plane ticket to travel around the world. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? Locker room. Three words that describe Coach Graves? Loud, energetic, considerate. Who is the funniest person on the team? Carter Schick. I chose Gonzaga because.. because of the fun team and coaches. What’s playing on your Ipod? Mat Kearney and Kanye West.

“Meghan is one of many talented athletes in her family. Her size makes her very versatile and allows her to play multiple positions on the floor. Having grown up around the game she has developed into a great shooter and is dedicated to reaching her potential as a basketball player. Meghan reminds me of Jami Schaefer in that she is a hard worker both on and off the court and will contribute greatly to this team.” - Kelly Graves

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33 - brittany gray 5-9 * Freshman * Forward Bainbridge, Wash. (Bainbridge)

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner for Bainbridge High School...holds 10 Bainbridge career records, including points (1,668), rebounds (1,109) and double-doubles (56)...averaged 16.7 points and 11.1 rebounds... scored a career-high 34 points...named All-State junior and senior year...named the Metro League Most Valuable Player as a junior... Metro League first team honoree sophomore, junior and senior seasons...McDonalds All-American nominee. Misc. Brother Steven is a junior on the Gonzaga men’s basketball team... parents are Lorraina Julian and Robert Gray.

gray up Close What is the best advice you ever received? Stay positive. What reality show would you like to be on? For the Love of Ray J. Something you can’t live without? My family. Who is the best dancer on the team? Carter Schick. Describe yourself in one word? Quiet. If you could win the lottery what would you buy? Clothes. Favorite thing about the McCarthey Athletic Center? Locker room. Three words that describe Coach Graves? Silly, outgoing, determined. Who is the funniest person on the team? Katilyn Petersen. Who is the biggest prankster? Carter Schick. What is playing on your Ipod? Disney songs.

“Brittany comes from a talented family. Her knack for the basketball will allow her to be a tremendous rebounder. He size and strength on the basketball floor enable her to battle with the biggest players. We are excited to see her improve over the years.” - Kelly Graves

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* On Feb. 14 vs. San Francisco, Gonzaga participated in a West Coast Conference match-up that was part of the WBCA’s ‘Pink Zone’ initiative, raising awareness and education of cancer prevention. * ‘Pink Zone’, formerly ‘Think Pink’, is a global, unified effort for the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) to assist in raising breast cancer awareness on the court, across campuses, in communities and beyond * Student-athletes, coaches and staff participated by wearing commemorative warm-up tops and pink clothing. * Fans were also encouraged to wear pink to the game. * Gonzaga’s ‘Pink Zone’ game in 2009-10 will be Thursday, Feb. 18 against WCC foe Loyola Marymount University.

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2008-09 Review BULLDOGS UPSET XAVIER IN NCAA FIRST ROUND: Those No. 12 seeds pulling off upsets made their way to the women’s NCAA tournament. And it just so happens to be that little Jesuit school from Spokane. Yep, those Bulldogs were barking again. Heather Bowman scored 14 of her 23 points in the second half, and 12th-seeded Gonzaga won its first NCAA Tournament game in school history with a 74-59 upset of No. 5 seed Xavier in the first-round of the Oklahoma City Regional. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: A Gonzaga University women’s basketball player was named West Coast Conference Player of the Year for the third-straight season, and fourth in five years, as sophomore Courtney Vandersloot ran away with the award. Vandersloot, who was the WCC Newcomer of the Year a season ago, also garnered All-WCC first team accolades for back-to-back seasons. Prior to Vandersloot being tabbed Player of the Year, Heather Bowman earned the honor in 2008, Stephanie Hawk was named Co-Player of the Year in 2007 and Shannon Mathews claimed the award in 2005. Vandersloot finished the regular season averaging a conference-best 7.3 assists per contest, third-highest in NCAA Division I and was third in scoring at 16.4 points per game. The Kent, Wash., native also finished second in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.90) and three-point field goal percentage (40.0 percent), fourth in steals per game (2.11), sixth in field goal percentage (48.2 percent) and ninth in free throw percentage (77.4 percent). She was named WCC Player of the Week three times and was tabbed the Player of the Month for January. THREE PLAYERS NAMED TO ALLWCC: Along with Courtney Vandersloot, junior classmates Heather Bowman and Vivian Frieson were also named to the All-WCC first team. Bowman has garnered this honor all three years with the Bulldogs, while this is Frieson’s first time on the list. Bowman, who, along with being named Player of the Year last season, was the Newcomer of the Year in 2007, finished the regular season ranked in the top five of the WCC statistics in five categories. She led the league in points, averaging 19.8, and was second in offensive rebounds per game (3.21), third in field goal percentage (51.8 percent), and fourth in both rebounds per game (7.5) and free throw percentage (81.6 percent). She scored the conference single-game high in points, scoring 33, which was also a personal career-high, against Saint Joseph’s University and has the third most double-doubles (7). Frieson finished the regular season ranked in nearly

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every WCC category. She closed out the season ranked third in blocked shots (1.6), fifth in defensive rebounds (4.8) and steals (2.1), seventh in total rebounds (7.0), ninth in assists (2.8), 10th in offensive rebounds (2.3), 11th in field goal percentage (43.0 percent), and 15th in overall scoring (10.1). She holds the conference single-game high in steals, collecting 10, which also was a Zag school record, at the University of Washington and the fourth most double-doubles (4). ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM: Rounding out the West Coast Conference honors for Gonzaga University was freshman Kelly Bowen who was named to the WCC All-Freshman squad. Bowen, who played in all 34 games for Bulldogs, including 12 starts in WCC action, closed out the regular season averaging 5.2 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.1 steals per contest. GONZAGA SWEEP: Gonzaga University left the West Coast Conference Tournament in Las Vegas, Nev., with a sweep of both the men’s and women’s basketball titles. It was the third time in WCC history the same school won both the men’s and women’s tournament championship. Gonzaga also won both in 2007, while the University of San Diego claimed both titles in 2008. Gonzaga was also just one of three schools to sweep its conference tournament this season. East Tennessee State University swept the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament and the University of Utah won both the men’s and women’s basketball championships for the Mountain West Conference. THE WCC TOURNAMENT: The Gonzaga University women’s basketball team earned its automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament by winning the West Coast Conference Tournament held at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. The Bulldogs, who were the No. 1 seed in the tourney, defeated the No. 4 team Loyola Marymount University, 74-63, in the semifinals. The championship game pitted Gonzaga against No. 6 seed University of San Diego, who upset the No. 1 seeded Zags in the 2008 WCC Tournament title game. The Bulldogs got revenge on the Toreros, defeating them 66-55 to capture their second WCC tournament title in three years. Sophomore Courtney Vandersloot was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, while both junior Heather Bowman and sophomore Janelle Bekkering earned all-tournament honors. Vandersloot became the first player to grab both WCC Player of the Year and Tournament MVP honors since Jerkisha Dosty from Saint Mary’s in 2001.

FIVE IN A ROW: Gonzaga University became the first school in West Coast Conference history to win five-straight WCC regular-season titles since the league adopted women’s basketball in 1986. The Bulldogs clinched their fifth-straight WCC regularseason crown this year with a 12-2 conference mark. Only Santa Clara University has ever won more than two consecutive regularseason titles, winning four from the 1991-94 seasons. VANDERSLOOT A NANCY LIEBERMAN FINALIST: Gonzaga University women’s basketball point guard Courtney Vandersloot was one of 13 finalists for the 10th annual Nancy Lieberman Award. The award is a national project for the Rotary Club of Detroit honoring the nation’s top collegiate point guard in women’s Division I basketball. The criteria for the award are the floor leadership, play-making and ball-handling skills that personified Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman during her career. The finalists include six seniors, two juniors, four sophomores and one freshman. Sportswriters from across the country have determined the final nominee list. VANDERSLOOT AP ALL-AMERICA: Gonzaga University women’s basketball sophomore Courtney Vandersloot became just the third Bulldog player to earn All-America honors from the Associated Press. Vandersloot was named an honorable mention selection after Gonzaga ended its season in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The only other Zags to earn this recognition were Shannon Mathews and Stephanie Hawk who garnered honorable mention accolades in 2005 and 2007, respectively. VANDERSLOOT STATE FARM COACHES’ ALL-AMERICA: Gonzaga University women’s basketball sophomore Courtney Vandersloot garnered her second All-America honor of the season after being named WBCA/ State Farm Coaches’ All-America honorable mention. With this accolade, Vandersloot became the inaugural Bulldog in women’s basketball history to be named both AP and State Farm Coaches’ All-American.

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2008-09 Bulldog Results RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 27-7 12-2 15-5

HOME 12-3 6-1 6-2

Date 11/14/08

Opponent EASTERN OREGON MOUNTAIN

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MONTANA STATE BOBCATS at Wyoming Cowgirls %at Marquette %vs Utah %vs Virginia at Eastern Washington at UC Santa Barbara SOUTH DAKOTA STATE JACKR PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS at Montana WYOMING COWGIRLS TENNESSEE LADY VOLS SAINT JOSEPH'S HAWKS *at Portland *at Santa Clara *at USF *PEPPERDINE WAVES *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LIONS *at Saint Mary's *at San Diego

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*at Loyola Marymount University *at Pepperdine *SANTA CLARA BRONCOS

W W

81-78 62-72 92-63

02/28/09

*SAN DIEGO TOREROS

W

77-67

W W W

74-63 66-55 74-59 60-65

03/08/09 03/09/09 03/21/09 03/23/09

67-70

#vs Loyola Marymount #vs San Diego @at Xavier @vs Pittsburgh

L

L L

L

L

L

L

AWAY 11-3 6-1 5-2

NEUTRAL 4-1 0-0 4-1

Att. High Points High Rebounds 2418 (27)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(8)READER, Shannon (8)BOWEN, Kelly 2661 (20)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(8)FRIESON, Vivian 1811 (25)SHIVES, Tiffanie (6)FRIESON, Vivian (6)BOWMAN, Heather 2593 (25)BOWMAN, Heather (11)BOWEN, Kelly 3119 (28)BOWMAN, Heather (10)BOWMAN, Heather 1407 (32)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(8)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney (27)BOWMAN, Heather (11)FRIESON, Vivian (18)BOWMAN, Heather (10)BOWMAN, Heather 1157 (23)BOWMAN, Heather (11)BOWMAN, Heather 1091 (16)BOWMAN, Heather (8)BOWMAN, Heather 2118 (29)BOWMAN, Heather (13)BOWMAN, Heather 1357 (20)BOWMAN, Heather (14)BOWMAN, Heather 2870 (22)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(10)BOWEN, Kelly 1462 (19)BOWMAN, Heather (7)BOWMAN, Heather 6000 (19)BOWMAN, Heather (7)BOWMAN, Heather 1611 (33)BOWMAN, Heather (12)BOWMAN, Heather 514 (19)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(13)FRIESON, Vivian 886 (25)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(9)BOWMAN, Heather (17)BOWMAN, Heather (15)FRIESON, Vivian 1984 (18)BOWMAN, Heather (7)BOWEN, Kelly 2617 (28)BOWMAN, Heather (13)FRIESON, Vivian 425 (19)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(10)BOWEN, Kelly 452 (28)BOWMAN, Heather (5)BOWEN, Kelly (5)STANDISH, Kayla 3012 (19)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(5)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney (5)FRIESON, Vivian 1541 (20)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(9)BOWEN, Kelly (9)FRIESON, Vivian 2709 (18)BEKKERING, Janelle (8)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney (18)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(8)STANDISH, Kayla 744 (26)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(10)FRIESON, Vivian 812 (22)BOWMAN, Heather (8)BOWMAN, Heather 1833 (26)FRIESON, Vivian (6)BOWEN, Kelly (6)FRIESON, Vivian 2914 (31)BOWMAN, Heather (7)BEKKERING, Janelle (7)BOWMAN, Heather 1803 (21)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(13)BOWMAN, Heather 3190 (16)BOWMAN, Heather (10)BEKKERING, Janelle 2853 (23)BOWMAN, Heather (6)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney 2270 (18)VANDERSLOOT,Courtney(8)FRIESON, Vivian

* = Conference game % - WBCA CLASSIC - Milwaukee, Wisc. # - WCC CHAMPIONSHIP - Las Vegas, Nev. @ - NCAA TOURNAMENT, FIRST AND SECOND ROUNDS - Seattle, Wash.

Attendance Summary

Home Away Neutral Total

Games

Attend

Avg/Game

15 14 5 34

35980 18991 7263 62234

2399 1356 1453 1830

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OVERALL 27-7 12-2 15-5

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

##

Player

gp-gs

30 21 34 12 11 44 32 35 33 31 10 01 20 03

BOWMAN, Heather VANDERSLOOT,Court SHIVES, Tiffanie FRIESON, Vivian BEKKERING, Janelle BOWEN, Kelly SCHAEFER, Jami RAAP, Claire STANDISH, Kayla READER, Shannon LORENZO, Tatriana SCHICK, Carter BROWN, Amanda TECLEMARIAM, Ariam Team Total.......... Opponents......

33-33 1076 32.6 237-464 32-31 1049 32.8 180-385 10-3 218 21.8 34-78 33-31 1027 31.1 137-318 34-31 873 25.7 99-252 34-17 617 18.1 72-169 25-20 579 23.2 54-146 33-0 434 13.2 64-120 34-3 456 13.4 45-149 26-0 174 6.7 14-30 32-1 318 9.9 9-44 6-0 11 1.8 1-4 14-0 31 2.2 1-3 14-0 37 2.6 0-9 34 34

HOME 12-3 6-1 6-2

1-2 35-93 19-48 1-8 34-102 15-55 10-30 2-2 16-72 0-0 0-6 1-2 1-1 0-1

.500 .376 .396 .125 .333 .273 .333

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

off

NEUTRAL 4-1 0-0 4-1

Rebounds def tot avg

pf dq

.818 102 144 246 7.5 79 .787 22 109 131 4.1 49 .737 8 17 25 2.5 27 .679 70 163 233 7.1 66 .726 40 93 133 3.9 57 .568 60 93 153 4.5 72 .632 36 27 63 2.5 37 1.000 .421 24 47 71 2.2 26 .222 .757 25 73 98 2.9 44 .000 .750 19 24 43 1.7 24 .000 .400 2 29 31 1.0 14 .500 .000 0 1 1 0.2 0 1.000 .000 3 3 6 0.4 3 .000 .000 1 5 6 0.4 2 64 94 158 947-2171 .436 135-422 .320 505-690 .732 476 922 1398 41.1 500 767-2068 .371 163-551 .296 347-515 .674 454 841 1295 38.1 605

6900 6900

.511 .468 .436 .431 .393 .426 .370 .533 .302 .467 .205 .250 .333 .000

AWAY 11-3 6-1 5-2

166-203 129-164 14-19 55-81 53-73 21-37 12-19 16-38 28-37 9-12 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-2

pts

avg

0 35 76 13 47 641 0 239 120 9 69 524 1 19 19 1 8 101 1 87 80 56 66 330 2 44 60 15 35 285 1 17 41 8 35 180 0 25 28 0 31 130 0 12 29 6 25 146 0 16 27 18 26 134 0 7 12 8 6 37 0 40 32 0 11 20 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 5 541 535 134 360 2534 - 405 696 98 290 2044

a

to blk stl

19.4 16.4 10.1 10.0 8.4 5.3 5.2 4.4 3.9 1.4 0.6 0.5 0.2 0.0 74.5 60.1

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OVERALL 12-2 12-2 0-0

HOME 6-1 6-1 0-0

AWAY 6-1 6-1 0-0

##

Player

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

30 21 12 11 35 44 33 32 31 10 03 20 01

BOWMAN, Heather VANDERSLOOT,Court FRIESON, Vivian BEKKERING, Janelle RAAP, Claire BOWEN, Kelly STANDISH, Kayla SCHAEFER, Jami READER, Shannon LORENZO, Tatriana TECLEMARIAM, Ariam BROWN, Amanda SCHICK, Carter Team Total.......... Opponents......

14-14 14-14 14-14 14-14 14-0 14-12 14-0 7-2 13-0 14-0 8-0 9-0 3-0

452 477 467 395 240 264 225 125 102 114 18 17 4

62-77 63-78 26-37 21-28 10-23 5-10 11-15 1-3 4-6 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

14 14

2900 2900

32.3 34.1 33.4 28.2 17.1 18.9 16.1 17.9 7.8 8.1 2.3 1.9 1.3

105-188 86-166 69-151 49-114 33-62 29-72 19-66 8-26 7-12 4-14 0-7 0-2 0-2

.559 1-1 .518 13-38 .457 1-1 .430 20-58 .532 1-1 .403 5-18 .288 8-39 .308 1-2 .583 0-0 .286 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0

409-882 .464 50-159 322-852 .378 64-222

Rebounds def tot avg

34 53 87 .342 6 54 60 1.000 38 74 112 .345 16 29 45 1.000 14 24 38 .278 23 43 66 .205 11 33 44 .500 10 10 20 .000 10 12 22 .000 1 12 13 .000 1 3 4 .000 1 1 2 .000 0 1 1 22 30 52 .314 203-279 .728 187 379 566 .288 108-172 .628 179 331 510 1.000

.805 .808 .703 .750 .435 .500 .733 .333 .667 .000 .000 .000 .000

off

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

6.2 4.3 8.0 3.2 2.7 4.7 3.1 2.9 1.7 0.9 0.5 0.2 0.3

pf dq

33 18 29 20 12 33 16 8 13 4 1 2 0

40.4 189 36.4 248

a

pts

avg

28 6 20 273 48 3 33 248 39 28 26 165 30 6 18 139 14 2 11 77 17 5 17 68 14 9 17 57 5 0 7 18 8 6 2 18 11 0 3 8 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 227 218 65 155 1071 - 152 292 38 132 816

to blk stl

19.5 17.7 11.8 9.9 5.5 4.9 4.1 2.6 1.4 0.6 0.0 0.0 0.0

0 14 0 105 0 48 0 20 0 7 1 4 0 11 0 7 0 2 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0

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SOUTH DAKOTA STATE JACKRABBITS

IDAHO VANDALS

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TROJANS

November 13 Brookings, S.D.

November 16 Moscow, Idaho

November 19 McCarthey Athletic Center

Location: Brookings, South Dakota Enrollment: 11,995 Conference: The Summit League Colors: Yellow and Blue Home Court (Capacity): Frost Arena (6,500) President: Dr. David Chicoine Athletic Director: Justin Sell Basketball SID: Jason Hove Work Phone: (605) 688-4623 Fax: (605) 688-5999 Press Row: (605) 688-4623 Email: jason.hove@sdstate.edu Website: www.GoJacks.com

Location: Moscow, Idaho Enrollment: 11,636 Conference: Western Athletic Colors: Silver and Vandal Gold Home Court (Capacity): Cowan Spectrum (7,000) President: Dr. Duane Nellis Athletic Director: Dr. Rob Spear Basketball SID: Spencer Farrin Work Phone: (208) 885-7065 Fax: (208) 885-0255 Press Row: (208) 885-0211 Email: spencerf@uidaho.com Website: www.GoVandals.com

Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment: 33,000 Conference: Pacific-10 Colors: Cardinal and Gold Home Court (Capacity): Galen Center (10,258) President: Dr. Steven Sample Athletic Director: Mike Garrett Basketball SID: Darcy Couch Work Phone: (213) 740-3808 Fax: (213) 740-7584 Press Row: (213) 740-3900 Email: dcouch@usc.edu Website: www.usctrojans.com

Head Coach: Aaron Johnston Alma Mater, Year: Gustavus Adolphus, 1996 SDSU Record (Years): 225-65 (9+) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Katie Falco, Emilee Gusso, Chad Oletzke 2008-09 Record: 32-3 Conference (Finish): 17-1 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Last Meeting: SDSU 78, @GU 64 Series Record: SDSU leads 1-0

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Head Coach: Jon Newlee Alma Mater, Year: San Diego State, 1982 UI Record (Years): 13-15 (1) Career Record (Years): 106-97 (7) Assistants: Gavin Petersen, Christa Sanford, Karen Piers 2008-09 Record: 13-15 Conference (Finish): 10-6 (t-3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Last Meeting: @UI69, GU 62 (2006) Series Record: UI leads 15-10

Head Coach: Michael Cooper Alma Mater, Year: New Mexico, 1978 USC Record (Years): First Season Career Record (Years): First Season Associate Head Coach: Ervin Monier, Kelley Gibson, Mary Wooley 2008-09 Record: 17-15 Conference (Finish): 9-9 (t-4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9-4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Last Meeting: First Meeting Series Record: First Meeting

WASHINGTON HUSKIES

NORTH DAKOTA SIOUX

STANFORD CARDINALS

November 22 McCarthey Athletic Center

November 25 McCarthey Athletic Center

November 29 Stanford, Calif.

Location: Seattle, Washington Enrollment: 42,000 Conference: Pacific-10 Colors: Purple and Gold Home Court (Capacity): Bank of America Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion (10,000) President: Dr. Mark Emmert Acting Athletic Director: Scott Woodward Basketball SID: Andrea Chaknis Work Phone: (206) 685-3120 Fax: (206) 543-5000 Press Row: (206) 543-2230 Email: achaknis@u.washington.edu Website: www.GoHuskies.com

Location: Grand Folks, North Dakota Enrollment: 12,748 Conference: Great West Colors: Kelly Green & White Home Court (Capacity): Betty Engelstad Sioux Center (3, 140) President: Dr. Robert Kelley Athletic Director: Brian Faison Basketball SID: Christy Kramer Work Phone: (701) 777-4210 Fax: (701) 777-2234 Press Row: (307) 777-5061 Email: christykramer@mail.und.nodak.edu Website: www.fightingsioux.com

Location: Stanford, California Enrollment: 15,140 Conference: Pacific-10 Colors: Cardinal and White Home Court (Capacity): Maples Pavilion (7,223) President: John Hennessy Athletic Director: Bob Bowlsby Basketball SID: Aaron Juarez Work Phone: (650) 725-2957 Fax: (650) 725-2957 Press Row: (650) 723-4418 Email: arjuarez@stanford.edu Website: www.gostanford.com

Head Coach: Tia Jackson Alma Mater, Year: Iowa, 1995 UW Record (Years): 21-40 (2) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Fred Applin, Loree Payne, Judy Spoelstra 2008-09 Record: 8-22 Conference (Finish): 3-15 (10th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Head Coach: Gene Roebuck Alma Mater, Year: Mayville, 1969 UND Record (Years): 575-104 (22) Career Record (Years): 662-118 (25) Assistants: Travis Brewster, Greg Ulland, Kristi Boese 2008-09 Record: 18-11 Conference (Finish): 5-1 (t-1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Last Meeting: GU 64, @UW 59 (2009) Series Record: UW leads series 17-2

Last Meeting: First Meeting Series Record: First Meeting

Head Coach: Tara VanDerveer Alma Mater, Year: Indiana, 1975 SU Record (Years): 605-142 (23) Career Record (Years): 757-193 (30) Assistants: Amy Tucker, Bobbie Kelsey, Kate Paye 2008-09 Record: 33-5 Conference (Finish): 17-1 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Last Meeting: First Meeting Series Record: First Meeting

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EASTERN WASHINGTON EAGLES MONTANA STATE BOBCATS December 1 McCarthey Athletic Center

December 4 Bozeman, Mont.

Location: Cheney, Washington Enrollment: 10,005 Conference: Big Sky Colors: Red and White Home Court (Capacity): Reese Court (5,000) President: Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo Athletic Director: Bill Chaves Basketball SID: Matt MacDonald Work Phone: (509) 359-6333 Fax: (509) 359-2828 Press Row: (509) 359-6331 Email: mmacdonald@mail.edu.edu Website: www.goeags.cstv.com

Location: Bozeman, Montana Enrollment: 12,500 Conference: Big Sky Colors: Blue and Gold Home Court (Capacity): Worthington Arena (7,250) President: Dr. Geoffrey Gamble Athletic Director: Peter Fields Basketball SID: Tom Schulz Work Phone: (406) 994-5130 Fax: (406) 994-2278 Press Row: (406) 994-3210 Email: tschulz@msubobcats.com Website: www.msubobcats.com

Head Coach: Wendy Schuller Alma Mater, Year: Fresno Pacific, 1992 EWU Record (Years): 94-133 (9) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Cheryl Sorenson, Alison Chase, Raelynn Chaffee. 2008-09 Record: 10-19 Conference (Finish): 5-11 (t-7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0

Head Coach: Tricia Binford Alma Mater, Year: Boise State, 1995 MSU Record (Years): 49-67 (4) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Amy Saneholtz, Justin Scanson, Mandy Close 2008-09 Record: 15-15 Conference (Finish): 8-8 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Last Meeting: GU 71, @EWU 56 (2009) Series Record: GU leads series 22-14

Last Meeting: @GU 100, MSU 47 (2009) Series Record: MSU leads series 10-8

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE MATADORS

MONTANA GRIZZLIES

PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS

December 6 McCartthey Athletic Center

December 11 McCarthey Athletic Center

December 13 Portland, Ore.

Location: Northrdige, CA Enrollment: 32,997 Conference: Big West Colors: Red, White and Black Home Court (Capacity): The Matadome

Location: Missoula, Montana Enrollment: 14,207 Conference: Big Sky Colors: Maroon and Silver Home Court (Capacity): Dahlberg Arena (7,200) President: Dr. George Dennison Athletic Director: Jim O’Day Basketball SID: Joel Carlson Work Phone: (406) 243-5414 Fax: (406) 243-6859 Press Row: (406) 243-4281 Email: joel.carlson@mso.umt.edu Website: www.MontanaGrizzlies.com

Location: Portland, Oregon Enrollment: 27,00 Conference: Big Sky Colors: Green, White and Silver Home Court (Capacity): Peter W. Stott Center (1,500) President: Dr. Wim Wiewel Athletic Director: Torre Chisholm Basketball SID: Ryan Borde Work Phone: (503) 725-2525 Fax: (503) 725-5550 Press Row: (503) 725-5597 Email: rborde@pdx.edu Website: www.GoViks.com

Head Coach: Robin Selvig Alma Mater, Year: Montana, 1974 UM Record (Years): 725-204 (31 years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Annette Rocheleau, Shannon Schweyen, Trish Duce 2008-09 Record: 28-5 Conference (Finish): 15-1 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Head Coach: Sherri Murrell Alma Mater, Year: Pepperdine, 1991 PSU Record (Years): 45-19 (2) Career Record (Years): 192-212 (14) Assistants: Peg Swadener, Mike Hood, Katie Benz 2008-09 Record: 23-10 Conference (Finish): 14-2 (2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Last Meeting: GU 69, @UM 63 (2009) Series Record: UM leads series 17-9

Last Meeting: @GU 86, PSU 61 (2009) Series Record: GU leads series 9-6

(1,600)

President: Dr. Jolene Koester Athletic Director: Rick Mazzuto Basketball SID: Geoff Herberg Work Phone: (818) 677-3243 Fax: (818) 677-4950 Press Row: (818) 677-4702 Email: geoffrey.herberg@csun.edu Website: www.GoMatadors.com Head Coach: Staci Schulz Alma Mater, Year: Mount Mary, 1996 CSN Record (Years): 32-85 (4) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Carla Houser, Cory O’Dell, Pat Charity 2008-09 Record: 8-23 Conference (Finish): 4-12 (8th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Last Meeting: First Meeting Series Record: First Meeting

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BAYLOR BEARS

TEXAS A&M AGGIES

UC IRVINE ANTEATERS

December 19 Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic

December 20 Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic

December 27 McCarthey Athletic Center

Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 14,174 Conference: Big 12 Colors: Green and Gold Home Court (Capacity): Ferrell Center (10,284) Interim President: Dr. David Garland Athletic Director: Ian McCaw Basketball SID: Julie Bennett Work Phone: (254) 710-2743 Fax: n/a Press Row: (254) 710-3955 Email: Julie_Bennett@baylor.edu Website: www.baylorbears.com

Location: College Station, Texas Enrollment: 48,000 Conference: Big 12 Colors: Maroon and White Home Court (Capacity): Reed Arena (12,292) Interim President: Dr. R. Bowen Loftin Athletic Director: Bill Byrne Basketball SID: Marlene Navor Work Phone: (979) 862-5452 Fax: (979) 845-6825 Press Row: (979) 862-6944 Email: mnavor@athletics.tamu.edu Website: www.aggieathletics.come

Head Coach: Kim Mulkey Alma Mater, Year: Louisiana Tech, 1984 BU Record (Years): 237-66 (9) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Bill Brock, Leon Barmore, Damion McKinney 2008-09 Record: 29-6 Conference (Finish): 12-4 (2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4

Head Coach: Gary Blair Alma Mater, Year: Texas Tech, 1972 TAM Record (Years): 129-66 (6) Career Record (Years): 537-229 (24) Assistants: Vic Schaefer, Kelly Bond, Johnnie Harris 2008-09 Record: 27-8 Conference (Finish): 11-5 (t-3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

Last Meeting: GU 78, BU 70 (1985) Series Record: GU leads series 1-0

Last Meeting: @GU 87, UM 71 (2008) Series Record: UM leads series 17-8

Head Coach: Molly Goodenbour Alma Mater, Year: Stanford, 1993 UCI Record (Years): 7-23 (1) Career Record (Years): 59-34 (2) Assistants: George Libbon, Brianna Finch, Julia Smith 2008-09 Record: 7-23 Conference (Finish): 4-12 (t-7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Last Meeting: UCI 84, GU 65 (1985) Series Record: UCI leads 1-0

UC SANTA BARBARA GAUCHOS

PORTLAND PILOTS

SAINT MARY’S GAELS

December 30 McCarthey Athletic Center

January 9 - McCarthey Athletic Center February 6 - Portland, Ore.

January 14 - McCarthey Athletic Center February 11 - Moraga, Calif.

Location: Santa Barbara, California Enrollment: 20,847 Conference: Big West Colors: Blue and Gold Home Court (Capacity): The Thunderdome (6,000) Chancellor: Dr. Henry Young Athletic Director: Mark Massari Basketball SID: Matt Hurst Work Phone: (805) 893-8603 Fax: (805) 893-4537 Press Row: (805) 893-4361 Email: matt.hurst@athletics.ucsb.edu Website: www.UCSBgauchos.com

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Location: Irvine, California Enrollment: 27,000 Conference: Big West Colors: Orange and White Home Court (Capacity): Bren Center (5,000) Chancellor: Dr. Michael Drake Athletic Director: Mike Izzi Basketball SID: Stacey Shackleford Work Phone: (949) 824-7350 Fax: (949) 824-XXXC Press Row: (949) 824-6931 Email: saking@uci.edu Website: www.ucirvinesports.com

Location: Portland, Oregon Location: Moraga, California Enrollment: 3,300 Enrollment: 3,840 Conference: West Coast Conference: West Coast Colors: Purple and White Colors: Navy, Red and Silver Home Court (Capacity): Chiles Center (4,852) Home Court (Capacity): McKeon Pavilion (3,500) President: Rev. E. William Beauchamp, C.S.C., J.D. President: Brother Ronald Gallagher, FSC Athletic Director: Mark Orr Athletic Director: Larry Williams Basketball SID: Staci Hamaguchi Basketball SID: Adam Linnman Work Phone: (925) 631-8722 Work Phone: (503) 943-7731 Fax: (925) 631-4405 Fax: (503) 943-7242 Press Row: (925) 376-3906 Press Row: (503) 943-7527 Email: shamaguc@stmarys-ca.edu Email: linnman@up.edu Website: www.SMCGaels.com Website: www.portlandpilots.com

Head Coach: Lindsay Gottlieb Alma Mater, Year: Brown, 1999 UCSB Record (Years): 22-9 (1) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Kelly Barsky, Jaida Williams, Salena Ho 2008-08 Record: 22-9 Conference (Finish): 15-1 (1st) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3

Head Coach: Jim Sollars Alma Mater, Year: Seattle Pacific, 1966 UP Record (Years): 4317-347 (23) Career Record (Years): 494-429 (33) Assistants: Sean Kelly, Shayla Johnson, Catherria Turner 2008-09 Record: 17-14 Conference (Finish): 10-4 (2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8-5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Head Coach: Paul Thomas Alma Mater, Year: Wayne State, 1986 SMC Record (Years): 40-50 (3) Career Record (Years): 276-208 (17) Assistants: Tasha Burnett, Jesse Clark, Tracy Johnston 2008-09 Record: 11-19 Conference (Finish): 7-7 (t-4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Last Meeting: @UCSB 59, GU 37 (2009) Series Record: UCSB leads 1-0

Last Meeting: UP 70, @GU 67 (2009) Series Record: GU leads series 31-27

Last Meeting: @GU 84, SMC 56 (2009) Series Record: GU leads series 25-22

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SAN DIEGO TOREROS January 16 - McCarthey Athletic Center February 13 - San Diego, Calif.

PEPPERDINE WAVES

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LIONS

January 21 - Malibu, Calif. January 23 - Los Angeles, Calif. February 20 - McCarthey Athletic Center February 18 - McCarthey Athletic Center

Location: San Diego, California Location: Malibu, California Enrollment: 7,800 Enrollment: 8,000 Conference: West Coast Conference: West Coast Colors: Torero Blue, Navy and White Colors: Blue, Orange and White Home Court (Capacity): Jenny Craig Pavilion (5,100) Home Court (Capacity): Firestone Fieldhouse (3,104) President: Mary E. Lyons, Ph.D. President: Andrew K. Benton Athletic Director: Ky Snyder Athletic Director: Dr. John Watson Basketball SID: Chris Loucks Basketball SID: Karen Costello Work Phone: (619) 260-7930 Work Phone: (310) 506-4333 Fax: (619) 260-2990 Fax: (310) 506-4322 Press Row: (619) 767-3928 Press Row: (310) 456-5050 Email: cloucks@sandiego.edu Email: karen.costello@pepperdine.edu Website: www.usdtoreros.com Website: www.pepperdinesports.com

Location: Los Angeles, California Enrollment: 8,300 Conference: West Coast Colors: Crimson, Navy and Gray Home Court (Capacity): Gersten Pavilion (4,156) President: Rev. Robert B. Lawton Athletic Director: Dr. William Husak Basketball SID: Mark Dodson Work Phone: (310) 338-5798 Fax: (310) 338-2703 Press Row: (310) 670-8792 Email: mdodson2@lmu.edu Website: www.LMULions.com

Head Coach: Cindy Fisher Alma Mater, Year: Arizona State, 1988 USD Record (Years): 68-54 (3) Career Record (Years): 125-135 (9) Assistants: Mary Ann Falcosky, Niecee Nelson, Tiara Harris 2008-09 Record: 19-13 Conference (Finish): 7-7 (t-7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Head Coach: Julie Rousseau Alma Mater, Year: Cal State Los Angeles, 1991 PU Record (Years): 63-88 (5) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Maylana Martin Douglas, Darryl Brown, Maurice Hilliard 2008-09 Record: 16-13 Conference (Finish): 9-8 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Head Coach: Julie Wilhoit Alma Mater, Year: Marian, 1985 LMU Record (Years): 200-204 (14) Career Record (Years): 321-274 (21) Assistants: Lynn Flanagan, Brian Rosario and Michelle Zyistra 2008-09 Record: 18-12 Conference (Finish): 7-7 (t-4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Last Meeting: GU 77, USD 67 (WCC Tourny, 2009) Series Record: GU leads series 27-20

Last Meeting: @PU 72, GU 62 Series Record: PU leads series 28-22

Last Meeting: GU 74, LMU 63 (2009) Series Record: GU leads series 27-21

SANTA CLARA BRONCOS

SAN FRANCISCO DONS

January 28 - McCarthey Athletic Center February 25 - Santa Clara, Calif.

January 30 - McCarthey Athletic Center February 27 - San Francisco, Calif.

Location: Santa Clara, California Location: San Francisco, California Enrollment: 8,685 Enrollment: 8,000 Conference: West Coast Conference: West Coast Colors: Red and White Colors: Green and Gold Home Court (Capacity): Leavey Center (4,500) Home Court (Capacity): War Memorial Gym (5,300) President: Michael Engh, S.J.. President: Fr. Stephen J. Privett, S.J. Athletic Director: Dan Coonan Athletic Director: Debra Gore-Mann Basketball SID: ???? Basketball SID: Rachel Engrissei Work Phone: (408) 554-4659 Work Phone: (415) 422-6161 Fax: (408) 554-6942 Fax: (415) 422-2929 Press Row: (408) 554-4655 Press Row: (415) 422-6873 Email: ???@scu.edu Email: rengrissei@sfca.edu Website: www.SantaClaraBroncos.com Website: www.USFDons.com Head Coach: Jennifer Mountain Alma Mater, Year: Gonzaga, 1991 SCU Record (Years): 4-27 (1) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Tamara Inoue, Evan Unrau, Marissa White 2008-09 Record: 4-27 Conference (Finish): 1-13 (8th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2

Head Coach: Tanya Haave Alma Mater, Year: Tennessee, 1984 USF Record (Years): 31-59 (3) Career Record (Years): Same Assistants: Abby Conklin, Molly Marin, Marta Menuez 2008-09 Record: 7-22 Conference (Finish): 3-11 (7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6-5 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Last Meeting: @GU 92, SCU 63 (2009) Series Record: SCU leads series 27-20

Last Meeting: @GU 71, USF 35 (2009) Series Record: USF leads series 24-23

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DOMINATING THE WCC Last 7 years: 1. Gonzaga

WCC Games 82-16

2. Loyola Marymount

60-38

123-85

3. Pepperdine

57-41

105-101

4. Santa Clara

45-53

102-110

5. San Diego

38-60

6. Saint Mary’s

46-52

93-110

7. San Francisco

31-67

74-130

8. Portland

32-66

72-130

Last 7 Years

Overall Record 156-68

97-112

Last 5 years:

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DOMINATING THE NORTHWEST

1. Gonzaga

WCC Games 63-7

2. Loyola Marymount

42-28

85-64

3. San Diego

32-38

77-73

4. Santa Clara

33-37

73-80

5. Saint Mary’s

35-35

67-79

6. Pepperdine

35-35

66-82

7. San Francisco

21-49

52-95

8. Portland

19-51

52-95

1. Gonzaga

Conference Games 82-16

Overall Record 156-68

2. Washington

64-62

112-101

3. Boise State

56-62

107-106

4. Oregon

51-75

101-108

5. Portland State

52-54

91-113

6. Oregon State

41-85

95-118

7. Idaho

50-64

83-115

8. Eastern Washington

38-64

79-118

9. Portland

32-66

72-130

10. Washington State

14-112

42-158

Overall Record 120-44

Last 5 Years 1. Gonzaga

Conference Games 63-7

Overall Record 120-44

2. Boise State

45-37

89-65

3. Oregon

37-53

73-75

4. Portland State

40-36

72-76

5. Washington

42-48

71-78

6. Oregon State

25-65

62-87

7. Eastern Washington

26-50

51-90

8. Idaho

33-49

52-92

9. Portland

19-51

52-95

10. Washington State

11-79

35-110

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Gonzaga Top Attendance Home (all games) 1. 6,000 vs. Tennessee (12-30-08) 2. 5,825 vs. Portland (2-26-05) 3. 3,603 vs. Brigham Young (3-16-05) # 4. 3,418 vs. Arizona State (12-6-06) 5. 3,035 vs. Loyola Marymount (2-12-05) 6. 3,029 vs. San Francisco (2-15-04) 7. 3,012 vs. Portland (2-8-09) 8. 2,914 vs. San Diego (2-28-09) 9. 2,709 vs. San Francisco (2-14-09) 10. 2,678 vs. Portland (1-13-99) * Home (conference games only) 1. 5,825 vs. Portland (2-26-05) 2. 3,035 vs. Loyola Marymount (2-12-05) 3. 3,029 vs. San Francisco (2-15-04) 4. 3,012 vs. Portland (2-8-09) 5. 2,914 vs. San Diego (2-28-09) 6. 2,709 vs. San Francisco (2-14-09) 7. 2,678 vs. Portland (1-13-99) * 8. 2,617 vs. Loyola Marymount (1-24-09) 9. 2,582 vs. Portland (1-29-06) 10. 2,336 vs. Pepperdine (2-18-06) Road (all games - 3,000 or more) 1. 14, 598 vs. Tennessee (12-16-07) 2. 10,273 vs. Providence (11-26-04) ~ 3. 10,150 at New Mexico (11-27-04) ~ 4. 7,882 at Purdue (12-2-06) 5. 6,537 at Alaska-Anchorage (11-20-01) + 6. 6,459 vs. Iowa (11-21-01) + 7. 5,005 at Southwest Missouri State (3-21-05) ! 8. 4,433 at Portland (2-25-99) * 9. 4,265 at Oregon (11-22-02) 10. 4,150 at Pepperdine (2-15-91) 11. 4,141 at Washington (11-28-03) 12. 3,574 at Montana (12-3-96) 13. 3,474 at Montana (11-19-06) 14. 3,408 vs. Montana State (12-21-07) 15. 3,371 vs. San Diego (3-9-08) @ 16. 3,190 vs. San Diego (3-9-09) ^ 17. 3,119 at Wyoming (11-23-08) Road (conference games only) 1. 4,433 at Portland (2-25-99) * 2. 4,150 at Pepperdine (2-15-91) 3. 2,165 at Saint Mary’s (2-19-00) 4. 2,077 at Portland (1-29-00) * 5. 1,537 at Saint Mary’s (1-8-07) 6. 1,473 at Saint Mary’s (1-26-02) 7. 1,320 at San Diego (1-12-02) 8. 1,173 at Santa Clara (1-15-00) 9. 1,167 at Santa Clara (2-25-99) 10. 1,166 at Portland (2-14-98) * * Indicates Double-Header with Men + Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) $ Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City, IA) & Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) ~ New Mexico Tournament (Albuquerque, NM) # Sportsview.TV Women’s NIT (Spokane, WA) ! Sportsview.TV Women’s NIT (Springfield, MO) @ West Coast Conference Tournament (San Diego, CA) ^ West Coast Conference Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) BOLD INDICATES 2009 SEASON GAME

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Bulldog Overtime Games Overtime Record: (11-11) Home: (6-5) Road: (4-3) Neut: (1-3) Overtime Conference Record: (7-6) Home: (5-3) Road: (3-3) Date 1-13-89 1-20-89 1-18-90 1-26-90 2-9-91 12-9-91 1-6-92 1-12-95 1-14-95 1-26-95 1-24-97 12-3-99 11-29-01 1-12-02 1-19-02 3-8-03 1-15-04 3-6-04 1-12-06 12-9-06 1-11-06 12-2-07

Opponent San Diego * Loyola Marymount * Loyola Marymount * Pepperdine * Pepperdine * Washington Whitworth San Diego * San Francisco * Saint Mary’s * Loyola Marymount * American # Pacific San Diego * Loyola Marymount * Santa Clara + San Francisco Pepperdine $ Pepperdine * Eastern Washington Santa Clara * UC Riverside !

W/L W L L W W L W W L W L L L W L L W W L W W L

Score 69-65 67-62 70-66 83-76 92-84 73-67 72-64 77-64 83-77 82-75 66-62 66-64 86-85 75-65 76-74 60-59 72-61 66-64 59-58 103-102 78-73 75-65

Site Home Away Home Away Home Home Home Home Home Home Away Neut. Home Away Home Neut. Away Neut. Away Away Home Neut.

OT OT OT OT OT 2OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT OT

* - West Coast Conference Games + - West Coast Conference Tournament (San Diego, CA) $ - West Coast Conference Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # - Southwest Airlines Lobo Classic (Albuquerque, NM) ! - Arizona State Classic (Tempe, AZ)

Bulldog 100-Point Games Date 12-31-84 1-8-85 1-9-85 1-15-85 2-1-85 2-14-85 2-18-85 2-20-85 2-22-85 2-23-85 12-17-88 3-26-94 11-25-06 12-9-06 11-14-08 11-21-08 1-31-09

Opponent Loyola Marymount Warner Pacific Pacific Lutheran Central Washington Seattle Pacific Lewis-Clark State Whitman Central Washington Seattle University Seattle Pacific Saint Martin’s NE Louisiana # North Carolina @ Eastern Washington Eastern Oregon Montana State San Diego

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W

Score Site 100-78 Away ** 117-58 Away ** 108-58 Away ** 103-66 Away ** 102-71 Away ** 107-62 Home ** 113-75 Away ** 102-81 Home ** 110-68 Home ** 111-84 Home ** 102-46 Home 105-69 Neutral 101-63 Neutral 103-102 (OT) Home 101-44 Home 100-47 Home 109-73 Away

** 100-Point Games with Gonzaga as an NAIA member # Women’s NIT (Amarillo, Texas) @ Hawaiian Airlines Rainbow Wahine Classic

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1,000-Point Club 1. Tammy Tibbles - 2,011 Years 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 Totals

GP 30 29 27 25 111

FGM 215 202 240 171 828

FTM 45 86 114 71 316

Pts. 475 490 597 449 2,011

Avg. 15.8 16.9 22.1 18.0 18.1

Pts. 345 405 508 445 1,703

Avg. 12.8 14.5 18.8 15.3 15.3

2. Jessica Malone - 1,703 Years 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 Totals

GP 27 28 27 29 111

FGM 118 134 168 148 568

FTM 56 78 95 59 288

GP 27 26 31

FGM 138 146 153

FTM 70 93 106

Pts. 378 429 477

Avg. 14.0 16.5 15.4

Pts. 441 584 641 1,666

Avg. 13.0 20.1 19.4 17.4

Pts. 324 399 444 464 1,631

Avg. 11.2 13.3 14.8 14.5 13.5

4. Heather Bowman - 1,666 Years 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

GP 34 29 33 96

FGM 170 217 237 624

FTM 101 150 166 417

5. Ashley Burke - 1,631 Years 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Totals

GP 29 30 30 32 121

FGM 122 155 163 166 606

FTM 77 74 108 127 386

6. Jennifer Mountain - 1,422 Years 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 Totals

GP 27 27 27 28 109

FGM 49 158 163 177 547

FTM 22 44 71 75 212

Years 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 Totals

GP 30 27 27 28 112

FGM 82 128 150 167 527

FTM 47 70 71 86 274

Pts. 211 326 371 425 1,333

Avg. 7.0 12.1 13.7 15.2 11.9

9. Shannon Mathews - 1,318 Years 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Totals

GP 29 30 30 32 121

FGM 101 111 109 129 450

FTM 45 64 45 53 207

Pts. 283 358 309 368 1,318

Avg. 9.7 11.9 10.3 11.5 10.9

Pts. 55 300 387 489 1,231

Avg. 9.7 11.9 10.3 11.5 10.1

10. Stephanie Hawk - 1,231

3. Ivy Safranski - 1,702 Years 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

8. Carla Cufman - 1,333

Pts. 131 397 429 465 1,422

Avg. 4.9 14.7 15.9 16.6 13.0

Pts. 439 353 245 349 1,386

Avg. 16.8 11.8 7.7 11.3 11.6

Years 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Totals

GP 26 32 30 34 122

FGM 22 114 131 168 435

FTM 7 72 114 135 328

11. Sarah Christensen - 1,230 Years 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 Totals

GP 27 26 31 26 110

FGM 114 108 148 142 512

FTM 52 41 65 43 201

Pts. 280 257 361 332 1,230

Avg. 10.4 9.9 11.6 12.8 11.2

Pts. 275 268 272 273 1,088

Avg. 9.5 8.9 9.1 8.5 9.0

Pts. 344 337 340 1,021

Avg. 12.7 13.0 11.3 12.3

12. Raeanna Jewell - 1,088 Years 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Totals

GP 29 30 30 32 121

FGM 105 98 96 100 399

FTM 42 39 41 30 152

13. Junita Rivera - 1,021 Years 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 Totals

GP 27 26 30 83

FGM 132 122 126 380

FTM 80 93 88 261

7. Amy Simpson - 1,386 Years 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 Totals

GP 26 30 32 31 119

FGM 180 138 84 150 552

FTM 79 77 77 49 282

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The 30-Point Club Bulldog Players with 30 or more points in a game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Amy Simpson 38 (16FG, 6FT) Ivy Safranski 36 (14FG, 0FT)^ Ivy Safranski 35 (11FG, 9FT)~ Joy Pauley 34 (11FG, 7FT)& Heather Bowman 33 (14 FG, 5 FT) Stephanie Hawk 33 (10FG, 11FT) Jessica Malone 33 (9FG, 9FT)# 8. Courtney Vandersloot 32 (10 FG, 9 FT)+ Heather Bowman 32 (10FG, 12 FT) Jennifer Mountain 32 (13FG, 5FT)* 11. Heather Bowman31 (13 FG, 5 FT) Michelle Elliott 31 (11FG, 0FT) Ashley Burke 31 (13FG, 4FT)* Ivy Safranski 31 (9FG, 8FT)& Ivy Safranski 31 (12FT, 4FT)+ 16. Heather Bowman 30 (8FG, 14FT)!

vs. Lewis-Clark State (2-1-83) vs. NE Louisiana (3-26-94) vs. Portland (1-29-93) vs. Saint Mary’s (1-13-96) vs. Saint Joseph’s (1-2-09) vs. Santa Clara (1-11-07) vs. Saint Mary’s (3-1-01) at Marquette (11-28-08) vs. Eastern Washington (12-9-06) vs. Warner Pacific (1-3-90) vs. San Diego (2-25-09) vs. Sacramento State (12-8-07) vs. Montana (1-4-04) vs. Idaho (11-26-93) vs. Loyola Marymount (1-16-93) vs. Santa Clara (2-28-08)

^ Includes eight 3-point field goals ~ Includes four 3-point field goals # Includes six 3-point field goals * Includes one 3-point field goal & Includes five 3-point field goals +Includes three 3-point field goals !Includes nine three-point field goals

600 Career Rebound Club Player 1. Kay Koppelman 2. Juanita Rivera 3. Ashley Burke 4. Heather Bowman 5. Stephanie Hawk 6. Loretta O’Brien 7. Raeanna Jewell 8. Jessica Malone 8. Carla Curfman 9. Kerri McIntosh 10. Lisa Nichols 11. Anne Bailey

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Rebounds 983 820 697 695 684 679 643 642 621 618 607 601

Years 4 3 4 3 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Played 1987-91 1991-94 2002-05 2006-pres. 2003-07 1980-86 2002-05 1998-02 1985-89 1985-89 1987-91 2003-06

Individual Game Records POINTS 38 - Amy Simpson vs. Lewis-Clark State (2-1-83) REBOUNDS 20 - Anne Bailey vs. Portland (2-22-03) 20 - Penny Thomley vs. Lewis-Clark State (2-20-82) 20 - Sue Harvey vs. Central Washington (2-25-82) ASSISTS 17 - Robin Allen vs. California Lutheran (1-7-87) FREE THROWS MADE 14 - Heather Bowman vs. Santa Clara (2-28-08) 14 - Maria Stack vs. Central Washington (2-20-85) 14 - Colleen Palmer vs. Puget Sound (2-25-84) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) 1.000 (14-14) - Heather Bowman vs. Santa Clara (2-28-08) 1.000 (13-13) - Ivy Safranski vs. Oregon State (12-3-94) 1.000 (12-12) - Lisa Nichols vs. San Diego (2-8-90) 1.000 (12-12) - Lisa Nichols vs. Wisconsin (11-24-90) 1.000 (11-11) - Ivy Safranski vs. Portland (2-16-94) 1.000 (10-10)- Shannon Mathews vs. Eastern Wash. (1-8-03) 1.000 (10-10) - Lisa Nicholls vs. Portland (1-19-91) FIELD GOALS MADE 16 - Amy Simpson vs. Lewis-Clark State (2-1-83) 3-POINTERS MADE 9 - Michelle Elliott vs. Sacramento State (12-28-07)

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Indivdual Season POINTS 1. Maria Stack 2. Heather Bowman 3. Tammy Tibbles 4. Heather Bowman 5. Courtney Vandersloot 6. Lisa Vestal 7. Jessica Malone 8. Tammy Tibbles 9. Stephanie Hawk 10. Ivy Safranski

707 (1984-85) 641 (2008-09) 597 (1986-87) 584 (2007-08) 524 (2008-09) 510 (1985-86) 508 (2000-01) 490 (1985-86) 489 (2006-07) 477 (1993-94)

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Maria Stack 2. Tammy Tibbles 3. Heather Bowman 4. Heather Bowman 4. Tammy Tibbles Lisa Vestal 6. Tammy Tibbles 7. Lisa Vestal 8. Courtney Vandersloot Amy Simpson 10. Jennifer Mountain

264 (1984-85) 240 (1986-87) 237 (2008-09) 217 (2007-08) 215 (1984-85) 215 (1985-86) 202 (1985-86) 186 (1984-85) 180 (2008-09) 180 (1982-83) 177 (1990-91)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum two fgm/game) 1. Sheri McNeal .576 (98-170) 1984-85 2. Tammy Tibbles .540 (213-398) 1984-85 3. Ashley Burke 537 (166-309) 2004-05 4. Heather Bowman .529 (217-540) 2007-08 Ashley Burke .529 (163-308) 2003-04 Kelli Howell .529 (120-227) 1993-94 7. Anne Bailey .527 (129-245) 2004-05 8. Kristin Deal .523 (67-128) 1998-99 9. Sydney Perno .517 (74-143) 1997-98 10. Lisa Nicholls .516 (79-153) 1989-90

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE (min. 2 FT attempted per game) 1. Heather Bowman 417 (2006-pres.) 1.Jennifer Mountain .866 (71-82) 1989-90 2. Ashley Burke 386 (2002-05) GAMES PLAYED 2.Ivy Safranski .852 (92-108) 1994-95 3. Ivy Safranski 361 (1991-95) 1. Katy Ridenour 126 (2004-07) 3. Triana Allen .850 (34-40) 2000-01 4. Stephanie Hawk 328 (2004-07) 4. Chelsea Herman .846 (77-91) 1995-96 2. Jami (Bjorklund) Schaefer 123 (2005-09) 5. Tammy Tibbles 316 (1984-88) 122 (2004-07) 6. Lisa Nichols 5. Lisa Nichols .843 (91-108) 1989-90 3. Stephanie Hawk 298 (1987-91) 121 (2002-05) 7. Amy Simpson Ivy Safranski .843 (70-83) 1991-92 4. Ashley Burke 282 (1982-86) Raeanna Jewell 121 (2002-05) 8. Carla Curfman 7. Carla Curfman .835 (86-103) 1988-89 274 (1985-89) Shannon Mathews 121 (2002-05) 8. Shannon Mathews .833 (45-54) 2001-02 9. Jessica Malone 269 (1998-02) 119 (1982-86) 10. Kerri McIntosh 9. Lisa Nichols .829 (150-181) 1990-91 7. Amy Simpson 263 (1985-89) 8. Anne Bailey 113 (2003-06) 10. Shannon Mathews .821 (64-78) 2002-03 9. Robin Allen 112 (1983-88) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 10. Carla Curfman 112 (1985-89) 1. Shannon Mathews .840 (210-250) 2002-05 REBOUNDS 2. Ivy Safranski .828 (255-308) 1991-95 1. Lisa Vestal 292 (1984-85) 3. Lisa Nichols .826 (298-361) 1989-91 2. Juanita Rivera 289 (1993-94) POINTS 2,011 (1984-88) 4. Joy Pauley .816 (93-114) 1992-96 3. Lisa Vestal 288 (1985-86) 1. Tammy Tibbles 1,703 (1998-02) 5. Raeanna Jewell .804 (152-189) 2002-05 4. Kay Koppelman 282 (1990-91) 2. Jessica Malone 1,702 (1991-95) 6. Heather Bowman.802 (417-80.2) 2006-pres. 5. Juanita Rivera 276 (1991-92) 3. Ivy Safranski 6. Stephanie Hawk 272 (2006-07) 4. Heather Bowman 1,666 (2006-pres.) 6. Chelsea Herman.798 (174-218) 1992-97 1,631 (2002-05) 8. Jennifer Mountain..771 (212-275) 1987-91 7. Kay Koppelman 267 (1989-90) 5. Ashley Burke 1,422 (1987-91) 9. Angie Hendricks .770 (157-204) 1991-94 8. Kay Koppelman 256 (1988-89) 6. Jennifer Mountain 1,386 (1982-86) 10. Amy Jo Silva .768 (63-82) 1993-95 9. Juanita Rivera 255 (1992-93) 7. Amy Simpson 1,333 (1985-89) 10. Heather Bowman 246 (2008-09) 8. Carla Curfman 9. Shannon Mathews 1,318 (2002-05) REBOUNDS 10. Stephanie Hawk 1,231 (2004-07) 1. Kay Koppelman 983 (1987-91) ASSISTS 2. Juanita Rivera 820 (1991-94) 1. Courtney Vandersloot 239 (2008-09) 3. Ashley Burke 697 (2002-05) 2. Maria Stack 207 (1984-85) FIELD GOALS MADE 828 (1984-88) 4. Stephanie Hawk 684 (2004-07) 3. Shannon Mathews 197 (2004-05) 1. Tammy Tibbles 606 (2002-05) 5. Loretta O’Brien 679 (1980-86) 4. Courtney Vandersloot 191 (2007-08) 2. Ashley Burke 3. Heather Bowman 624 (2006-pres.) 6. Raeanna Jewell 643 (2002-05) 5. Shannon Mathews 162 (2002-03) 580 (1991-95) 7. Jessica Malone 642 (1998-02) 6. Amy Simpson 149 (1985-86) 4. Ivy Safranski 568 (1998-02) 8. Carla Curfman 621 (1984-89) 7. Shannon Mathews 141 (2003-04) 5. Jessica Malone 552 (1982-86) 9. Kerri McIntosh 8. Amy Simpson 133 (1983-84) 6. Amy Simpson 618 (1985-89) 547 (1987-91) 10. Lisa Nichols 9. Robin Allen 132 (1986-87) 7. Jennifer Mountain 607 (1987-91) 527 (1985-89) 10. Rachel Kane 130 (2006-07) 8. Carla Curfman 9. Sarah Christensen 512 (1991-95) ASSISTS 10. Stephanie Hawk 435 (2004-07) 1. Shannon Mathews STEALS 600 (2002-05) 1. Maria Stack 96 (1984-85) 2. Amy Simpson 439 (1982-86) 2. Ivy Safranski 73 (1994-95) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3. Courtney Vandersloot430 (2007-pres.) 1. Ashley Burke .516 (606-1174) 2002-05 4. Carla Curfman 393 (1985-89) 3. Courtney Vandersloot 69 (2008-09) 355 (1984-88) 3. Vivian Frieson 66 (2008-09) 2. Heather Bowman.507 (624-1230) 2007-pres. 5. Robin Allen Sheri McNeal .507 (152-300) 1982-85 6. Ivy Safranski 291 (1991-95) Tammy Tibbles 66 (1984-85) 285 (2004-08) 5. Shannon Mathews 65 (2003-04) 4. Ashley Anderson .498 (332-666) 2003-06 7. Rachel Kane .491 (401-817) 1983-86 8. Jessica Malone 284 (1998-02) 6. Amy Simpson 64 (1983-84) 5. Lisa Vestal 6. Colleen Palmer .489 (161-329) 1983 9. Jennifer Mountain 269 (1987-91) 7. Kathy Pradere 63 (1983-84) .485 (212-437) 1992-96 10. Raeanna Jewell 267 (2002-05) Lisa Vestal 63 (1985-86) 7. Joy Pauley .484 (61-126) 1981-84 9. Courtney Vandersloot 62 (2007-08) 8. Liz Osborn Amy Simpson 62 (1982-83) 9. Carla Curfman 479 (527-1100) 1985-89 STEALS Lisa Nichols .479 (230-480) 1987-91 1. Amy Simpson 235 (1982-86)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jessica Malone 90 (2001-02) 2. Jessica Malone 78 (1999-00) 3. Jessica Malone 77 (2000-01) 4. Shannon Mathews 72 (2002-03) 5. Ivy Safranski 65 (1993-94) 6. Shannon Mathews 57 (2004-05) 7. Michelle Elliott 56 (2007-08) 8. Jessica Malone 53 (1998-99) 9. Tiffanie Shives 52 (2007-08) BLOCKED SHOTS 10. Holly Bruno 46 (1998-99) 1. Stephanie Hawk 2. Janet Robertson 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 3. Vivian Frieson 1. Jessica Malone 226 (2001-02) 4. Juanita Rivera 2. Jessica Malone 225 (2000-01) 5. Janet Robertson 3. Jessica Malone 215 (1999-00) 6. Lisa Vestal 4. Shannon Mathews 202 (2002-03) 7. Stephanie Hawk 5. Shannon Mathews 178 (2004-05) 8. Lisa Vestal 6. Ivy Safranski 155 (1993-94) 9. Juanita Rivera Jessica Malone 155 (1998-99) 10. Juanita Rivera 8. Michelle Elliott 140 (2007-08) 9. Tiffanie Shives 135 (2007-08) 10. Shannon Mathews 134 (2003-04) FREE THROWS MADE 1. Maria Stack 2. Heather Bowman 3. Heather Bowman Lisa Nichols 5. Stephanie Hawk 6. Courtney Vandersloot 7. Ashley Burke 8. Stephanie Hawk 9. Tammy Tibbles 10. Ashley Burke

179 (1984-85) 166 (2008-09) 150 (2007-08) 150 (1990-91) 135 (2006-07) 129 (2008-09) 127 (2004-05) 114 (2005-06) 114 (1986-87) 108 (2003-04)

Indivdual Career

2. Ivy Safranski 3. Shannon Mathews 77 (2006-07) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 298 (1998-02) 4. Tammy Tibbles 70 (1981-82) 1. Jessica Malone 208 (2002-05) 5. Raeanna Jewell 56 (2008-09) 2. Shannon Mathews 181 (1991-95) 6. Loretta O’Brien 53 (1991-92) 3. Ivy Safranski 138 (2002-05) 7. Carla Curfman 47 (1982-83) 4. Raeanna Jewell 123 (1997-00) 8. Jessica Malone 46 (1984-85) 5. Holly Bruno 116 (1987-91) 9. Katy Ridenour 44 (2005-06) 6. Jennifer Mountain 92 (2007-08) 10. Sarah Christensen 40 (1985-86) 7. Michelle Elliott 79 (2001-03) 39 (1993-94) 8. Triana Allen 74 (2005-pres.) BLOCKED SHOTS 38 (1992-93) 9. Tiffanie Shives 10. Katy Ridenour 76 (2004-07) 1. Stephanie Hawk 2. Janet Robertson 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 3. Juanita Rivera 1. Jessica Malone 821 (1998-02) 4. Kelli Howell 2. Shannon Mathews 636 (2002-05) 5. Kay Koppelman 3. Ivy Safranski 499 (1991-95) Anne Bickelhaupt 4. Raeanna Jewell 457 (2002-05) 7. Stephanie Hawk 5. Holly Bruno 366 (1997-00) Melanie Tipps 6. Jennifer Mountain 285 (1987-91) 9. Vivian Frieson 7. Triana Allen 239 (2001-03) 9. Lisa Vestal 8. Katy Ridenour 221 (2004-07) 10. Anne Bailey 9. Tiffanie Shives 209 (2005-pres.) 10. Courtney Vandersloot193 (2007-pres.)

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221 (1991-95) 217 (2002-05) 205 (1984-88) 177 (2002-05) 162 (1982-86) 149 (1985-89) 144 (1998-02) 136 (2004-07) 133 (1991-95)

167 (2004-07) 152 (1980-84) 130 (1991-94) 110 (1991-95) 101 (1987-91) 101 (2000-04) 90 (2004-pres.) 90 (1997-02) 87 (2006-pres.) 86 (1984-86) 71 (2003-06)

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Season Records POINTS 1. 2625 2. 2534 3. 2327 4. 2220 5. 2202

2007-08 (34 games) 2008-08 (34 games) 2006-07 (34 games) 2004-05 (32 games) 1993-94 (31 games)

SCORING AVERAGE 1. 77.2 2007-08 (34 games) 2. 74.5 2008-09 (34 games) 3. 71.0 1993-94 (31 games) 4. 69.7 2001-02 (29 games) 5. 69.4 2004-05 (32 games) FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 996 2007-08 (34 games) 2. 947 2008-09 (34 games) 3. 860 2006-07 (34 games) 4. 831 2004-05 (32 games) 5. 807 1993-94 (31 games) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 2223 2007-08 (34 games) 2. 2171 2008-09 (34 games) 3. 2038 2006-07 (34 games) 4. 1825 2004-05 (32 games) 5. 1822 1993-94 (31 games) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .455 2. .448 3. .443 4. .436 5. .428 .428

2004-05 (831-for-1825) 2007-08 (996-2223) 1993-94 (807-for-1822)

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 36 Pepperdine - 2/17/88 36 Loyola Marymount - 1/28/88 3. 33at Eastern Washington - 12/9/06 4. 32 at Portland - 2/17/90 32 Weber State - 2/20/87

REBOUNDS 1. 1473 2. 1398 3. 1344 4. 1294 5. 1288

2007-08 (34 games) 2008-09 (34 games) 2006-07 (34 games) 1993-94 (31 games) 2004-05 (32 games)

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 46 at Cal Poly - 12/6/97 2. 45at Eastern Washington - 12/9/06 45 Pepperdine - 2/9/91 4. 43 Loyola Marymount - 1/28/88 5. 42 at Weber State - 12/29/97

ASSISTS 1. 573 2. 559 3. 547 4. 541 5. 490

2004-05 (32 games) 2007-08 (34 games) 2006-07 (34 games) 2008-09 (34 games) 2001-02 (29 games)

STEALS 1. 360 2. 327 3. 281 4. 272 5. 260

2008-09 (34 games) 1997-98 (27 games) 2007-08 (34 games) 2003-04 (30 games) 2002-03 (30 games)

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 136 2004-05 (32 games) 2. 134 2008-09 (34 games) 3. 127 2005-06 (30 games) 4. 129 2006-07 (34 games) 5. 118 2002-03 (30 games)

2008-09 (947-for-2171) 2003-04 (716-for-1671) 1987-88 (623-for-1539)

Single Game Records

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 190 2007-08 (34 games) 190 2001-02 (29 games) 3. 184 2002-03 (30 games) 4. 175 1999-00 (28 games) 5. 170 2000-01 (28 games)

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 43 Saint Martins - 12/17/88 43 Montana State - 11/21/08 2. 41 vs. NE Louisiana - 3/26/94 41 at California Lutheran - 1/7/87 41 at San Diego - 1/31/09 41 Eastern Oregon - 11/14/08

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS 1. .581 2001-02 (29 games) 2. 563 2007-08 (34 games) 3. .536 2002-03 (30 games) 4. .524 2000-01 (28 games) 5. .513 1999-00 (28 games)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 87 Montana State - 11/21/08 87 Warner Pacific - 1/3/90 3. 86 Western Baptist - 1/2/98 4. 84 Concordia College - 12/13/97 5. 81 Portland State - 1/2/92

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .404 1987-88 (53-for-131) 2. .398 1993-94 (82-for-206) 3. .385 1988-89 (62-for-161) 4. .384 1990-91 (106-for-276) 5. .343 2002-03 (184-for-536)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .673 Whitworth - 12/15/02 2. .632 Saint Martins - 12/17/88 3. .631 vs. NE Louisiana - 3/26/94 4. .608 vs. Portland - 2/17/07 5. .618 at Whitworth - 12/8/87

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 506 1993-94 (31 games) 2. 505 2008-09 (34 games) 3. 464 1997-98 (27 games) 4. 457 2006-07 (34 games) 5. 443 2007-08 (34 games)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 14 at UC Riverside - 12/31/02 2. 13 Santa Clara - 1/6/05 3. 12 Eastern Washington - 12/29/07 4. 11 at Oregon - 11/22/02 11 Saint Mary’s - 2/21/02 11 at San Jose State - 11/21/99

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 713 1993-94 (31 games) 2. 690 2008-09 (34 games) 3. 685 1997-98 (27 games) 4. 658 2005-06 (30 games) 5. 643 2006-07 (34 games)

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FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. .767 2004-05 (414-for-540) 2. .765 2001-02 (365-for-477) 3. .755 1989-90 (342-for-453) 4. .747 1990-91 (413-for-553) 5. .736 1994-95 (391-for-531)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 1.000 (5-5) at Saint Mary’s - 2/24/89 1.000 (3-3) Idaho - 12/19/88 1.000 (2-2) Santa Clara - 2/3/89 1.000 (1-1) Warner Pacific - 1/3/90 1.000 (1-1) at Idaho - 12/20/86

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (12 Att) 1. 1.000 (24-24) at Saint Mary’s - 2/3/05 1.000 (23-23) Saint Mary’s - 1/14/89 1.000 (16-16) vs. Pittsburgh - 3/23/09 1.000 (13-13) vs. Portland - 3/3/05 4. .968 (30-31) at Idaho - 11/28/93 5. .955 (21-22)Lewis-Clark State - 12/7/93 REBOUNDS 1. 68 Warner Pacific - 1/3/90 2. 67 Montana State - 11-21-08 3. 63 at San Jose State - 11/21/99 4. 62 San Diego - 1/12/95 5. 60 UC-Riverside - 12/7/00 60at Eastern Washington - 11/30/99 ASSISTS 1. 33 Saint Martins - 12/17/88 2. 31 Santa Clara - 1/6/05 3. 28 Sacramento State - 1/3/05 4. 27 Eastern Washington - 12/29/07 27 Whitworth - 12/15/02 27 vs. NE Louisiana - 3/26/94 STEALS 1. 34 Western Baptist - 1/2/98 2. 22 Utah Valley - 11/19/08 3. 20 Washington State - 12/10/94 4. 19 Concordia - 12/13/97 5. 18 vs. Saint Mary’s - 3/10/94 18 Saint Martins - 12/17/88 18 at Portland State - 11/28/86

COMBINED SCORING 1. 205 GU 103, Eastern Washington 102 - 2006-07 2. 182 GU 109, USD 73 - 2008-09 GU 92, Pepperdine 85 - 2007-08 177 177 Portland 91, GU 86 - 1991-92 4. 176 GU 92, Pepperdine 84 (2ot) - 1990-91 5. 174 GU 105, NE Louisiana 69 - 1993-94 LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 1. 57 2. 56 3. 53 4. 49 5. 48 48

GU 101, East. Oregon 44 - 2008-09 GU 102, Saint Martins 46 - 1988-89 GU 100, Montana State 47 - 2008-09 GU 85, Whitworth 36 - 2002-03 GU 90, San Francisco 42 - 2007-08 GU 93, Cal. Lutheran 45 - 1986-87

** Northeast Louisiana University changed its school name to University of Louisiana-Monroe during the 1999-2000 year.

Streaks LONGEST WINNING STREAKS 1. 23 games 12/10/04 through 3/6/05 2. 18 games 1/15/85 through 3/6/85 3. 15 games 1975-76 season (AIAW member) 4. 9 games 2/3/07 through 3/4/07 5. 8 games 1/2/09 through 1/31/09 8 games1/3/08 through 2/2/08 8 games12/30/06 through 1/27/07 8 games 1/21/89 through 2/17/89 LONGEST LOSING STREAKS 1. 16 games 1/11/2001 through 11/17/2001 2. 10 games 1/29/2000 through 3/2/2000 3. 9 games 11/23/96 through 12/28/96 9 games 1/18/96 through 2/15/96 5. 8 games 11/30/95 through 1/2/96 6. 7 games 1/10/98 through 1/31/98 7 games 12/19/92 through 1/16/93 7 games 2/5/97 through 2/27/97 7 games 2/15/95 through 11/25/95

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 12 vs. Nevada - 12/3/04 12 at Alaska Anchorage - 11/20/01 3. 11 Idaho - 12/18/04 11 at UC Riverside - 1/2/03 5. 10 at Loyola Marymount - 2/19/09 10 at San Diego - 2/23/06 10 vs. Illinois State - 11/25/00 10 Central Washington - 11/28/89

Team Records SINGLE GAME SCORING 1. 109 at San Diego - 2008-09 2. 105 vs. NE Louisiana - 1993-94 3. 103 at Eastern Washington - 2006-07 4. 102 Saint Martins - 1988-89 5. 101 Eastern Oregon - 2008-09 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 1. 35 San Francisco - 2008-09 35 Pepperdine - 2006-07 35 Portland - 2004-05 3. 36 Whitworth - 2002-03 36 San Francisco - 1987-88

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All-West Coast Conference Honors FIRST TEAM 1988 Carla Curfman Tammy Tibbles 1989 Carla Curfman Jennifer Mountain Tammy Tibbles 1990 Jennifer Mountain 1991 Jennifer Mountain Kay Koppelman 1992 Juanita Rivera 1993 Ivy Safranski 1994 Juanita Rivera Ivy Safranski 1995 Ivy Safranski 1996 Joy Pauley 2001 Jessica Malone 2003 Ashley Burke 2004 Ashley Burke Shannon Mathews 2005 Ashley Burke Shannon Mathews 2006 Ashley Anderson Stephanie Hawk 2007 Heather Bowman Stephanie Hawk 2008 Heather Bowman Courtney Vandersloot 2009 Heather Bowman Courtney Vandersloot Vivian Frieson

HONORABLE MENTION (CONT.) Joy Pauley 1998 Staci Andrews 1999 Holly Bruno Kristin Deal Jessica Malone 2000 Jessica Malone 2002 Jessica Malone 2003 Shannon Mathews Triana Allen 2004 Ashley Anderson 2005 Anne Bailey Raeanna Jewell 2008 Jami (Bjorklund) Schaefer PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2005 Shannon Mathews 2007 Stephanie Hawk 2008 Heather Bowman 2009 Courtney Vandersloot FRESHMAN/NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1988 Kay Koppelman (co-winner) 1992 Juanita Rivera Ivy Safranski 2007 Heather Bowman 2008 Courtney Vandersloot ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 1989 Missy Smith 1990 Sheri Stemple 1992 Sarah Christensen 1993 Benibel Carrion 2006 Jami (Bjorklund) Schaefer 2007 Heather Bowman 2008 Courtney Vandersloot 2009 Kelly Bowen

HONORABLE MENTION 1989 Kay Koppelman 1990 Kay Koppelman 1991 Lisa Nicholls 1992 Ivy Safranski 1993 Juanita Rivera 1995 Sarah Christensen

COACH OF THE YEAR 1994 Julie Holt 2003 Kelly Graves 2005 Kelly Graves 2007 Kelly Graves 2008 Kelly Graves ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM (GPA) 1991 Kay Koppelman (3.44) Jennifer Mountain (3.21) Lisa Nicholls (3.50) 1992 Ivy Safranski (3.27) 1993 Ivy Safranski (3.23) 1994 Angie Hendricks (3.78) Kelli Howell (3.71) Ivy Safranski (3.33) 1995 Kelli Howell (3.71) Joy Pauley (3.52) Ivy Safranski (3.41) 1996 Joy Pauley (3.56) 1997 Lydia Ledgerwood (3.72) 1998 Lydia Ledgerwood (3.75) Staci Andrews (3.67) 2000 Holly Bruno (3.4) 2001 Jessica Malone (3.22) Celeste Quitiquit (3.81) 2002 Jessica Malone (3.25) 2003 Shannon Mathews (3.50) 2004 Shannon Mathews (3.32) 2005 Shannon Mathews (3.4) Ashley Burke (3.26) 2006 Stephanie Hawk (3.58) 2007 Michelle Elliott (3.60) Stephanie Hawk (3.60) 2008 Jami (Bjorklund) Schaefer (3.94) Michelle Elliott (3.44) 2009 Jami (Bjorklund) Schaefer (3.95) Janelle Bekkering (3.30)

Gonzaga Year-by-Year Year 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Coach Linda Ponikvar Linda Ponikvar Linda Ponikvar Bill Evans Bill Evans Mike Peterson Mike Peterson Mike Peterson Mike Peterson Julie Holt Julie Holt Julie Holt Julie Holt Julie Holt Kellee Barney Kellee Barney Kellee Barney Kellee Barney Kellee Barney Kellee Barney Kelly Graves Kelly Graves Kelly Graves Kelly Graves Kelly Graves Kelly Graves Kelly Graves Kelly Graves Kelly Graves

Rec. 10-14 10-18 14-12 21-9 28-4 21-10 11-16 18-9 15-13 10-17 13-15 8-19 11-15 21-10 9-17 4-23 4-23 11-16 8-19 9-19 5-23 11-18 18-12 18-12 28-4 16-14 24-10 25-9 27-7

Pct. .416 .357 .538 .700 .875 .677 .407 .667 .536 .370 .464 .296 .423 .677 .346 .148 .148 .407 .296 .321 .178 .379 .600 .600 .875 .533 .706 .735 .794

Conf. --------------11-3 11-3 5-9 7-7 5-9 6-8 10-4 4-10 2-12 2-12 3-11 4-10 2-12 0-14 2-12 9-5 10-4 14-0 11-3 13-1 13-1 12-2

Pct. --------------.786 .786 .357 .500 .357 .428 .714 .286 .143 .143 .214 .286 .143 .000 .143 .643 .714 1.000 .785 .929 .929 .857

Conf. Fin. --------------1st 2nd 5th 4th 6th T4th 2nd T6th 8th 7th 7th T6th 8th 8th 8th T2nd T2nd 1st T1st 1st 1st 1st

Other ------NAIA District Qualifier NAIA District Qualifier NAIA District Qualifier --WCC Regular Season Champs ----------Women’s NIT ------------------Women’s NIT First Round Women’s NIT Second Round WCC Co-Regular Season Champs NCAA First Round Women’s NIT Second Round NCAA Second Round

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ALLTIME ROSTER A Lori Abraham Robin Allen Triana Allen Ashley Anderson Staci Andrews

1981-82-83-84 1985-86-87-88 2001-02-03 2003-04-05-06 1995-96-97-98

B Anne Bailey Tracy Baldwin Theresa Baumgartner Grace Beauchane Janelle Bekkering Erin Bergman Tessie Bertilino Anne Bickelhaupt Kelly Bowen Heather Bowman Lucia Brandon Maria Bresee Amanda Brown Cheyenne Brown Holly (Turner) Bruno Ashley Burke

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2003-04-05-06 1991 1987-88-89 1989-90 2007-08-09 1999-00-01 1990 2001-02-03-04 2009 2007-08-09 1987 1985-86 2007-08-09 2003-04 1998-99-00 2002-03-04-05

C Sue Canoy Benibel Carrion Cameron Carroll Nathalie Chevallay Sarah Christensen Chelsea Clark Carol Clingan Nena Cook Casey Correa Heidi Crider Carla Curfman

1987 1993 1998-99 2000-01 1992-93-94-95 1997-98-00-01 1988-89 1985 1999-00 1990-91-92 1986-87-88-89

D Nancy Darrow Kristin Deal Maura Doohan Michelle Durkin

1988-89 1997-98-99-00 1985 1981-82-83

E Michelle Elliott Missy Eskew Kelly Ethier

2007-08 1991 1981-82

F Amanda Fahsholtz Leah Fenwick Vivian Frieson Donna Gentry Sandy Gere Michelle Gray

2001 1993-94-95 2007-08-09 1991 1995-96-97-98 1992-93-94

H Colleen Harmon Dominique Harris Tiosha Harrison Sue Harvey Maria Hassett Stephanie Hawk

1983-84-85 2005-06 2001 1981-82-83 2006-07-08 2004-05-06-07

Angie Hendricks Chelsea Herman Katherine Herman Rebecca Higgins Pam Holsinger Kelli Howell Alana Hunt

1992-93-94 1993-94-95-96-97 2003 1993 1983 1992-93-94-95 1992

J Rikki Jackson Tennille Jeffries Beth Jensen Raeanna Jewell

2002 1996-97-98-99-00 1981-82-83 2002-03-04-05

K Rachel Kane Karen Kime Kay Koppelman Kim Kucera

2004-05-06-07-08 1986-87 1988-89-90-91 1981

L Jennifer Lamb Carmel Lampson Tara Landon Juliann Laney * Delphine Lecoultre Lydia Ledgerwood Kathleen Linn Tatriana Lorenzo

1987 2000-01 1991 2002-05-06 2003-04-05 1995-96-97-98 1981-82 2007-08-09

M Jessica Malone Shannon Mathews Regan McCliment Melissa McCullough Karla McGuire Kerri McIntosh Shennae McNairy Sheri McNeal Paula Mitchell Renay Mobley Leigh Morehouse Claudia Morgan Jennifer Mountain Ziya Muhammad Casy Murdock Cindy Murphy

1999-00-01-02 2002-03-04-05 1995-96 1996-97 1988 1986-87-88-89 1998-99 1983-84-85 1982-83-84 1988-89 1981-82 1994-95 1988-89-90-91 2002 1998 1990

N Mandy Nelson Lisa Nicholls

1992-93-94 1988-89-90-91

O Loretta O’Brien Rosie O’Brien Heather Osberg Lisa Osborn

1983-84-85-86 1981 1997-98-99-00 1982-83-84

P Colleen Palmer Joy Pauley Sydney Perno Tami Petersen Heidi Phillips Sasha Polishchuk Kathy Pradere Katie Prichard

1984 1993-94-95-96 1997-98-99-00 1981-82 1992-93-94-96 2006-07-08 1982-83-84-85 2003-04-05-06

Q Celeste Quitiquit

2000-01-02

R Claire Raap Shannon Reader Elaina Renius Tori Rhodes Katy Ridenour Juanita Rivera Janet Robertson Cynthia Rosman Jennifer Rosman

2008-09 2009 2005-06-08 1986-87 2004-05-06-07 1992-93-94 1981-82-83-84 1986 1986

S Ivy Safanski Beth Salzman Simone Santos Jami Schaefer Carter Schick Sarah Schramm Cheri Sharp Ellen Shaw Ashley Shearer Rebekah Sherfey Tiffanie Shives Amy Jo Silva Amy Simpson Missy Smith Maria Stack Nora Stack Terri Stalder Kayla Standish Sara Steblaj Sheri Stemple Annette Steward Bernice Stime

1992-93-94-95 1991-92 20060-07 2006-07-08-09 2009 2006 1990-91 2001 2003-04 1996 2008-09 1995-96 1983-84-85-86 1989-90 1985 1981 1981-82 2009 2002 1990-91 1996-97 2001-02

T Ariam TecleMariam Penny Thomley Tammy Tibbles Lorrie Tidwell

2009 1981-82-83 1985-86-87-88 1992

Melanie Tipps

1998-99-00-02

U Monica Uhrig

2003-04

V Courtney Vandersloot Lisa Vestal Valda Vitolins

2008-09 1985-86 1986

W Jessica Waltz Michelle Wiitala

1997-98-99-00 1983-84-85

* Players in bold are on 2009 Gonzaga Roster

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RESULTS WHEN NATIONALLY RANKED POLLS

DATE 2-26-05 3-03-05 3-05-05 3-06-05

W/L W W W L

SCORE 81-35 77-42 58-40 66-77

AP 25 24 24 24

USA TODAY 25 23 23 23

OPPONENT (LOCATION) Portland (Home) Portland (N - WCC Tournament - Santa Clara, CA) Pepperdine (N - WCC Tournament - Santa Clara, CA) Santa Clara (Away - WCC Tournament)

COMPETING AGAINST THE BEST 2009-10 Opponents Stanford University Baylor University Portland State University South Dakota State University Texas A&M UC Santa Barbara University of Montana University of Portland

NCAA Final Four NCAA Sweet Sixteen WNIT Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Sweet Sixteen NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament WNIT First Round 2008-09 Opponents

University of Tennessee University of Virginia University of Utah Marquette University University of Wyoming University of Montana UC Santa Barbara South Dakota State University

NCAA National Champions NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament WNIT Champions NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament WNIT Tournament 2007-08 Opponents

University of Washington University of Montana Marquette University Arizona State University Auburn University UC-Riverside University of Tennessee Purdue University St. Joseph’s University

NCAA Tournament WNIT NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament Elite 8 WNIT NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament National Champions NCAA Tournament Elite 8 WNIT 2006-07 Opponents

University of Utah UCLA University of North Carolina Arizona State University Purdue University Marquette University Middle Tennessee State University of San Diego

NR #19 #2 #13 #9 #21 #16 NR

WNIT PAC-10 NCAA Tournament Final 4 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 NCAA Tournament Elite 8 NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament WNIT 2005-06 Opponents

University of Tennessee University of Maryland Michigan State University University of Utah

#1 #10 #9 #22

NCAA Tournament Elite 8 NCAA Tourney National Champions NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 NCAA Tournament Elite 8

***Gonzaga played its first ranked opponent, Washington, on December 9, 1997 and had only played two ranked opponents before 2003. In the last four years, GU has played 17 ranked opponents including seven Elite 8 teams, including 2006 National Champion Maryland, 2007 Final Four participant North Carolina and 2008 National Champion Tennessee.

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BULLDOGS IN THE POSTSEASON Date 3-24-94 3-25-94 3-26-94

1994 Women’s NIT (Amarillo, TX) Opponent University of Pittsburgh New Mexico State University Northeast Louisiana University

Date 3-19-04

2004 Women’s NIT 1st Round (Corvallis, OR) Opponent Result Oregon State University L 64-69

Date 3-16-05

2005 Women’s NIT 1st Round (Spokane, WA) Opponent Result Brigham Young University W 71-57

Date 3-21-05

2005 Women’s NIT 2nd Round (Springfield, MO) Opponent Result Southwest Missouri State University L 66-85

Date 3-17-07

2007 NCAA First Round (Stanford, CA) Opponent Middle Tennessee State University

Result L 85-46

Date 3-20-08

2008 Women’s NIT 1st Round (Spokane, WA) Opponent UC Davis

Result W 81-60

Date 3-24-08

2008 Women’s NIT 2nd Round (Boulder, CO) Opponent Result University of Colorado L 82-68

Date 3-21-09 3-23-09

2009 NCAA First and Second Rounds (Seattle, WA) Opponent Result Xavier University W 74-59 Pittsburgh University L, 65-60

Result L 77-89 L 63-83 W 105-69

CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS PLAYER Ivy Safranski Michelle Elliott Sarah Christensen Shannon Mathews Ashley Burke Heather Bowman Angie Hendricks Juanita Rivera Ashley Anderson Tiffanie Shives Courtney Vandersloot Anne Bailey Vivian Frieson Stephanie Hawk Kelli Howell Janelle Bekkering Mandy Nelson Katy Ridenour Raeanna Jewell Delphine Lecoultre Jami Bjorklund Sasha Polishchuk Heidi Phillips Elaina Renius Kelly Bowen Joy Pauley Rachel Kane Claire Raap Kayla Standish Claudia Morgan Maria Hassett Michelle Gray Tatriana Lorenzo Juliann Laney Dominique Harris Anne Bickelhaupt Katie Prichard Simone Santos Amanda Brown Shannon Reader Team GONZAGA Opponents

GP-GS 3-3 3-2 3-3 3-3 3-3 5-5 3-3 3-3 1-1 2-0 4-4 3-1 5-4 4-3 3-2 4-2 2-0 4-1 3-3 3-0 5-5 1-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-0 2-0 2-0 3-0 3-1 4-0 2-2 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

FGM-FGA 26-46 12-23 19-43 16-31 16-40 29-57 12-32 11-23 3-6 9-23 15-47 13-27 19-48 12-27 12-16 10-25 4-5 8-12 6-21 7-9 11-29 2-4 5-8 2-7 3-9 3-10 2-6 3-4 1-3 1-1 0-1 1-5 1-1 0-4 0-4 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1

PCT. .565 .521 .441 .516 .400 .509 .375 .478 .500 .391 .319 .481 .396 .444 .750 .400 .800 .667 .286 .777 .379 .500 .625 .286 .333 .300 .333 .750 .333 1.000 .000 .200 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

3FG-FGM PCT. 13-24 .541 6-14 .429 0-0 .000 9-22 .409 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-9 .222 1-13 .077 0-2 .000 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 5-13 .385 2-2 1.000 2-6 .333 4-11 .363 1-1 1.000 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FTM-FTA 8-10 12-14 6-11 2-2 8-11 14-14 10-11 12-20 5-11 2-3 16-17 1-4 5-6 9-11 0-0 6-6 2-2 5-6 0-0 0-2 1-1 0-0 1-1 3-4 0-2 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT. .800 .857 .545 1.000 .727 1.000 .909 .600 .454 .667 .941 .250 .833 .818 .000 1.000 1.000 .833 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .750 .000 1.000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

11 11

294-661 296-699

.445 .423

54-151 56-175

133-178 155-212

.747 .731

.358 .320

OR 2 9 4 2 7 12 7 8 2 3 1 3 7 4 2 4 1 1 6 0 6 0 0 6 2 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 123 152

DR 6 2 13 10 7 15 12 13 4 8 20 10 22 10 10 12 3 8 12 2 9 1 5 8 7 7 5 2 0 2 1 6 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 1 20 280 273

REB 8 11 17 12 14 27 19 21 6 11 21 13 29 14 12 16 4 9 18 2 15 1 5 14 9 10 7 2 0 2 3 7 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 34 403 425

AVG. 2.6 3.7 5.6 4.0 4.6 5.4 6.3 7.0 6.0 5.5 5.3 4.3 5.8 3.5 4.0 4.0 2.0 2.3 6.0 0.6 3.0 1.0 1.6 7.0 4.5 3.3 2.3 0.5 0.0 1.0 1.5 2.3 0.3 1.5 0.5 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.5 3.1 36.6 38.6

PF-DQ 10-1 4-0 7-0 5-0 7-0 14-0 5-0 8-0 3-0 6-0 10-0 5-0 9-0 5-0 13-2 7-1 5-0 4-0 10-1 1-0 7-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 7-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 3-0 0-0 0-0

A 7 3 3 17 9 3 18 2 4 5 28 2 7 1 3 3 0 3 5 1 8 2 3 1 0 6 7 1 0 1 0 19 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 10 9 6 12 6 12 14 4 5 6 14 6 10 4 5 7 1 6 7 1 4 10 4 2 2 1 9 2 0 0 1 7 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 8 5 3 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

ST 3 2 6 7 6 4 5 4 2 4 10 2 4 0 1 3 1 5 3 0 2 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

MIN 82 77 89 110 97 161 102 98 36 43 122 64 138 86 61 100 12 91 84 23 101 19 42 24 46 58 49 15 9 12 19 66 25 20 15 7 2 13 2 2

PTS 73 42 44 43 41 66 35 34 11 22 47 27 43 34 24 31 12 23 16 15 26 4 11 7 6 8 6 7 3 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AVG 24.3 14.0 14.6 14.3 13.6 13.2 11.6 11.3 11.0 11.0 9.4 9.0 8.6 8.5 8.0 7.8 6.0 5.8 5.3 5.0 5.2 4.0 3.6 3.5 3.0 2.6 2.0 1.8 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.6 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

178-5 177-1

180 170

196 184

33 33

88 36

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775 803

70.5 73.0

High Points - 36 (Ivy Safranski vs. NE Louisiana, 3-26-94) High Rebounds - 12 (Angie Hendricks vs. Pittsburgh, 3-24-94) High Assists - 12 (Michelle Gray vs. NE Louisiana, 3-26-94)

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GONZAGA ALLTIME

VERSUS OPPONENTS

TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Alaska Anchorage Alaska-Fairbanks American Arizona State Baylor Biola University Boise State Brigham Young Butler California Lutheran UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UCLA Cal Poly Cal State Fullerton Carroll College Central Washington Colgate Colorado Concordia (Oregon) Davidson Denver Eastern Oregon Eastern Washington Fordham Fresno State Hawai’i Houston Idaho Idaho State Illinois State Iowa James Madison Lewis-Clark State Linfield College Louisiana-Monroe Loyola Marymount Marquette Maryland Memphis Miami (Fla.) Michigan State Middle Tennessee State Mississippi Missouri-Kansas City Montana Montana State Montana State-Billings Montana State-Northern Montana Tech Navy Nebraska Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State New Orleans North Carolina Northern Colorado Northeast Lousiana Northwestern State Northwest Nazarene Oregon

1-0 3-5 0-1 0-4 1-0 0-1 6-12 2-3 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 4-1 0-2 1-0 1-2 2-2 4-0 17-2 1-0 0-3 2-0 0-1 1-2 3-0 23-14 0-1 0-1 0-3 0-1 11-14 4-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 12-4 1-0 1-0* 27-21 1-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 9-17 8-10 1-1 2-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 3-1 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-8

Oregon State 0-2 Pacific 1-2 Pacific (Ore.) 1-0 Pacific Lutheran 3-0 Pepperdine 21-29 Pittsburgh 0-2 Portland 32-26 Portland State 9-6 Providence 1-0 Puget Sound 7-0 Purdue 0-2 Radford 0-1 Sacramento State 4-2 Saint Joseph’s 2-0 Saint Mary’s 25-22 St. Martin’s College 10-2 San Diego 27-20 San Diego State 0-3 San Francisco 22-25 San Jose State 3-0 Santa Clara 20-27 Seattle Pacific 8-1 Seattle 9-4 Simon Fraser 5-4 South Dakota State 0-1 Southern Utah 0-1 Southwest Missouri State 0-1 Tennessee 0-3 Tennessee-Chattanooga 0-1 Texas Christian 1-0 Texas Pan American 1-0 Texas Southern 1-0 U.S. International 0-1 Utah 3-4 Utah Valley State 2-2 Virginia 1-0 Warner Pacific 2-0 Washington 2-17 Washington State 3-15 Weber State 2-4 Western Montana 3-0 Western Washington 8-11 Whitman 1-0 Whitworth 17-2 Wisconsin 0-1 Wyoming 2-1 Xavier 1-0 Yale 1-0 * - formerly Northeast Louisiana Bold Indicates 2005-06 opponent Includes records from NAIA and Division I (NAIA from 1980-1986) (Division I from 1986-Present) 2009-10 Opponents in bold.

1986-87 Dial Classic (Pullman, WA) Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) Northern Lights (Anchorage, AK)

1-1 (2nd) 1-1 (2nd) 1-2 (7th)

1987-88 Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA)

1-1 (3rd)

1988-89 Boise State Tournament (Boise, ID) Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) Wheatland Classic (Moscow, ID)

1-1 (3rd) 1-1 (2nd) 0-2 (4th)

1989-90 Mark IV Classic (Moscow, ID) Wheatland Classic (Spokane, WA)

1-1 (3rd) 0-2 (4th)

1990-91 Coors Classic (Boulder, CO) Wheatland Classic (Pullman, WA)

0-2 (4th) 1-1 (2nd)

1991-92 Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA) Titan Classic (Fullerton, CA)

0-2 (4th) 0-2 (4th)

1992-93 Thanksgiving Classic (Moscow, ID)

1-1 (3rd)

1993-94 BYU Holiday Classic (Provo, UT)

1-1 (2nd)

1994-95 G-T Classic (Corvallis, OR)

1-1 (2nd)

1995-96 Cablevision Classic (Lincoln, NE)

0-2 (4th)

1996-97 Gate City Shootout (Pocatello, ID) Dial Classic (Pullman, WA)

1-1 (3rd) 0-2 (4th)

1998-99 Wells Fargo Classic (Tucson, AZ)

1-1 (3rd)

1999-00 SW Airlines Classic (Albuquerque, NM)

1-1 (3rd)

2000-01 Pacific Bell Classic (San Diego, CA)

1-1 (3rd)

2001-02 American Dream Classic (Pocatello, ID) Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK)

1-1 (2nd) 1-1 (2nd)

2002-03 Wahine Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, HI)

0-3 (8th)

2003-04 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City, IA) Seattle Times Classic (Seattle, WA)

1-1 (3rd) 1-1 (3rd)

2004-05 Thanksgiving Classic (Albuquerque, NM) Wells Fargo Holiday Classic (Tempe, AZ)

1-1 (2nd) 1-1 (2nd)

2005-06 Paradise Jam (St. Thomas - U.S. Virgin Islands) Jahn Ascuaga’s Nugget Classic (Reno, NV)

0-3 (4th) 2-0 (1st)

2006-07 Hawaiian Airlines Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI)

1-2 (4th)

2007-08 Versizon Wireless/ASU Classic (Tempe, AZ)

0-2 (4th)

2008-09 WBCA Classic (Milwaukee, WI)

2-1 (1st)

Upcoming Gonzaga Tournament Schedules 2009-10 Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic @ Las Vegas, NV

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A A A

H H H H A A

N

A A H A

* Wells Fargo Holiday Classic (Tempe, AZ) Current GU Streak - Lost 4 Baylor University (1-0) 1985 * W 78-70 * UC Irvine Tournament (Irvine, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Biola University (0-1) 1982 L Current GU Streak - Lost 1

59-75

Boise State University (6-13) 1986 L 52-55 1987 W 61-51 1988 L 59-63 1989 * L 59-65 1990 L 48-79 1991 W 49-47 1992 L 80-84 1993 L 69-75 1995 L 71-76 1996 L 82-86 1997 L 45-76 1998 L 65-75 1999 L 49-68 2000 L 56-69 2001 W 72-60 2002 L 59-71 2003 W 82-55 2004 W 75-54 2005 W 61-59 * BSU Tournament (Boise, ID) Current GU Streak - Won 3 Brigham Young University (2-3) 1984 # L 63-80 1994 * W 75-67 2000 L 58-77 2001 L 57-74 2005 $ W 71-57 # Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) * Holiday Classic (Provo, UT) $ Women’s NIT 1st Round (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Butler University (1-0) 2004 # W 65-69 # Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City, IA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 California Lutheran University (1-0) 1987 W 93-45 Current GU Streak - Won 1 UC Davis (3-0) 2007 W 2008 W *2008 W *WNIT First Round Current Streak - Won 3

73-70 71-58 81-60

UC Irvine (0-1) 1984 L Current GU Streak - Lost 1

65-84

UCLA (1-0) 2007# W 62-57 #Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) Current Streak - Won 1 UC Riverside (4-1) 2001 W 2002 W

73-67 75-64

N

H

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

H A A H H

N

2003 W 64-55 2004 W 68-54 2008 * L 65-75 OT *ASU Classic (Tempe, AZ) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

A H N

UC Santa Barbara (0-2) 2000 L 2009 L Current GU Streak - Lost 2

58-76 59-47

H A

Cal Poly (1-2) 1999 L 2000 W 2001 L Current GU Streak - Lost 1

55-60 70-48 51-60

H H A

Cal State Fullerton (2-2) 1985 # L 58-75 1992 * L 57-80 2002 W 89-48 2003 W 75-57 # UC Irvine Tournament (Irvine, CA) * Titan Classic (Fullerton, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Carroll College (4-0) 1981 W 65-54 1983 * W 69-49 1983 # W 57-52 1984 W 73-58 * Eastern Montana Classic (Billings, MT) # Big Sky Holiday Classic (Butte, MT) Current GU Streak - Won 4 Central Washington University (17-2) 1981 W 83-71 1981 L 53-59 1982 W 81-58 1982 W 74-57 1983 W 57-52 1983 W 75-65 1984 W 76-72 1984 W 66-62 1985 W 103-66 1985 W 102-81 1986 W 70-57 1986 W 73-72 1987 W 74-49 1988 W 70-60 1989 L 69-72 1990 W 73-57 1991 W 87-58 1992 W 97-60 1993 W 67-43 Current GU Streak - Won 4 Colgate University (1-0) 2001 * W * Played at Spokane Arena Current GU Streak - Won 1

67-56

Colorado, University of (0-3) 1990 L 41-58 1991 * L 59-87 2008 ! L 68-82 * Coors Classic (Boulder, CO) ! WNIT Second Round Current GU Streak - Lost 3 Concordia (Ore) University (2-0) 1987 * W 74-56 1998 W 96-57 * Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Davidson College (0-1) 2007 L Current Streak - Lost 1

69-77

N A H A

A N N H

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

Fordham University (0-1) 2003 * L 69-74 * Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

N

Idaho, University of (10-15) 1981 L 64-101 1981 L 44-95 1982 L 48-63 1982 L 66-76 1983 $ L 60-70 1984 L 62-81 1984 & L 59-118 1987 L 49-51 1988 * W 66-51 1988 W 57-54 1989 L 51-53 1990 # L 51-61 1991 W 71-67 1992 ^ L 42-69 1992 L 67-83 1993 L 72-76 1994 W 88-62 1995 W 72-58 1996 W 62-58 1997 W 57-55 1998 W 75-73 1999 W 87-81 2000 L 67-73 2005 W 70-53 2006 L 62-69 $ Eastern Montana Classic (Billings, MT) & Bulldog Classic (Spokane, WA) * Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA) # Wheatland Classic (Spokane, WA) ^ Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

H A A

H H

H

A

H A H

A

N

H A

Denver University (1-2) 2003* L 43-62 2005 W 63-39 2006 L 52-60 * Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Eastern Oregon University (3-0) 1984 W 92-58 1986 W 69-49 2009 W 101-44 Current GU Streak - Won 3 Eastern Washington University (23-13) 1982 L 39-79 1982 L 51-75 1986 L 65-81 1986 W 57-55 1987 L 56-89 1988 * L 61-71 1989 # L 40-45

1990 ^ L 69-74 1991 + W 72-55 1991 W 68-61 1991 W 78-68 1992 W 73-71 1993 W 69-54 1993 L 69-70 1994 W 66-61 1994 W 68-58 1995 W 70-58 1995 W 71-62 1996 L 50-60 1996 W 73-62 1997 L 69-83 1998 W 87-46 1998 W 73-57 1999 W 59-57 1999 L 63-65 2000 W 61-44 2000 W 58-57 2001 L 57-59 2002 W 69-64 2003 W 71-64 2004 $ L 69-72 2005 W 72-51 2006 W 54-51 2007 W 103-102 OT 2008 W 97-61 2009 W 71-56 * Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA) # Wheatland Classic (Moscow, ID) ^ Wheatland Classic (Spokane, WA) + Wheatland Classic (Pullman, WA) $ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 5

N H A

A H

H A H A A A N

Fresno State University (0-1) 1997 * L 53-73 * Dial Classic (Pullman, WA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Hawai’i, University of (0-3) 1987 L 62-66 2003 * L 61-71 2007* L 57-68 *Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) Current GU Streak - Lost 3 Houston, University of (0-1) 2004 # L 54-66 # Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City, IA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

Idaho State University (3-2) 1985 # W 84-61 1985 $ W 74-59 1987 L 62-64 1996 L 63-67 1997 * W 58-56 # Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) $ UC Irvine Tournament (Irvine, CA) * Idaho State Classic (Pocatello, ID) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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

N

N

H A A

N

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

H N H H A

Illinois State University (1-0) 2001 * W 64-55 * Pacific Bell Classic (San Diego, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Iowa, University of (0-1) 2002 # L 73-90 # Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 James Madison University (0-1) 1996 * L 66-72 * Cablevision Classic (Lincoln, NE) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

N

N

N

Lewis-Clark State College (12-4) 1981 L 55-70 1981 L 56-79 1982 L 65-92 1982 L 65-71 1983 W 78-73 1983 W 87-71 1984 W 72-67 1984 W 83-72 1985 W 85-72 1985 W 107-62 1986 W 79-64 1986 W 69-67 1988 W 68-57 1989 W 70-39 1990 W 61-56 1994 W 85-81 Current GU Streak - Won 12

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

Linfield College (1-0) 1982 W Current GU Streak - Won 1

H

75-69

Loyola Marymount University (27-21) 1985 W 100-78 A 1988 * W 56-55 A 1988 * W 66-52 H 1989 * W 62-57 (ot) A 1989 * L 59-65 H 1990 * L 66-70 (ot) H 1990 * L 56-63 A 1991 * W 81-60 H 1991 * W 66-59 A 1992 * W 77-55 H 1992 * W 75-63 A 1993 * L 56-71 A 1993 * W 65-59 H 1994 * W 73-53 H 1994 * L 62-66 A 1995 * L 68-86 A 1995 * W 80-66 H 1996 * L 63-71 H 1996 * L 57-72 A 1997 * L 62-66 (ot) A 1997 * W 79-74 H 1998 * W 71-59 H 1998 * W 72-62 A 1999 * L 57-64 A 1999 * W 69-57 H 2000 * L 73-94 A 2000 * L 59-74 H 2001 * L 56-61 H 2001 * L 37-60 A 2002 * L 74-76 (ot) H 2002 * L 49-63 A 2003 * L 42-58 A 2003 * W 67-64 H 2004 * W 70-54 H 2004 * L 58-70 A 2004 # L 58-61 N 2005 * W 67-59 A 2005 * W 70-48 H 2006 * L 46-75 A 2006 * W 53-43 H 2007 * W 60-56 A 2007 * W 66-56 H 2007 @ W 64-47 N 2008 * W 81-65 H 2008 * L 60-75 A 2009 * W 83-58 H 2009 * W 81-78 A 2009 $ W 74-63 N * West Coast Conference Game # WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) @WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) $WCC Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) Current GU Streak - Won 3 Year indicated on series year-by-year results is ending year of season in which the contest was played. (i.e. 1999-2000 games are listed as 2000)

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ALLTIME SERIES Marquette University (1-2) 2007 L 60-74 2008 W 77-64 2009 L 80-77 Current Streak - Lost 1

A H A

Maryland, University of (0-1) 2006 * L 50-88 N *Paradise Jam (St.Thomas - U.S. Virgin Islands) Cuurent GU Streak - Lost 1 Memphis, University of (1-0) 1995 * W 80-78 * Gazette-Times Classic (Corvallis, OR) Current GU Streak - Won 1

N

Middle Tennessee State University (0-1) 2007& L 48-85 N &NCAA First Round (Standford, CA) Current Streak - Lost 1 Miami, University of (Fla.) (0-1) 1987 * L 52-79 * Northern Lights (Anchorage, AK) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

N

Michigan State University (0-1) 2006 * L 45-60 N *Paradise Jam (St.Thomas - U.S. Virgin Islands) Cuurent GU Streak - Lost 1

Nebraska, University of (0-1) 1996 * L 40-87 * Cablevision Classic (Lincoln, NE) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

A

Nevada, University of (3-1) 1984 L 80-92 A 1993 * W 66-63 N 2005 # W 70-49 N 2008 W 93-55 H * Thanksgiving Classic (Moscow, ID) # Wells Fargo Holiday Classic (Tempe, AZ) Current GU Streak - Won 3 New Mexico, University of (0-1) 2005 # L 54-76 A # Thanksgiving Classic (Albuquerque, NM) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 New Mexico State University (0-2) 1994 * L 63-83 N 2002 + L 71-78 N * Women’s NIT (Amarillo, TX) + American Dream Classic (Pocatello, ID) Current GU Streak - Lost 2

Mississippi, University of (1-0) 1994 * W 66-62 * Holiday Classic (Provo, UT) Current GU Streak - Won 1

N

New Orleans, University of (0-1) 1987 * L 55-67 * Northern Lights (Anchorage, AK) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

Missouri-Kansas City, Univ. of (0-1) 1993 * L 53-67 * Thanksgiving Classic (Moscow, ID) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

N

North Carolina, University of (0-1) 2007# L 101-63 #Rainbow Wahine Tourament (Honolulu, HI) Current Streak - Lost 1

Montana, University of (9-17) 1981 L 55-82 1982 L 45-70 1987 L 43-61 1987 L 54-69 1988 L 58-73 1989 L 54-74 1990 L 44-57 1991 L 46-96 1992 L 55-76 1993 L 52-68 1994 W 70-62 1995 L 42-72 1996 L 56-57 1997 L 66-81 1998 W 68-65 1999 L 63-79 2000 W 43-41 2001 W 74-73 2002 W 57-50 2003 L 68-73 2004 W 60-52 2005 W 57-51 2006 L 60-72 2007 L 78-88 2008 W 87-71 2009 W 100-47 Current GU Streak - Won 2

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

Montana State University (8-10) 1981 W 76-56 1985 * W 90-61 1987 W 63-59 1987 L 47-65 1988 * W 59-51 1988 L 47-50 1991 L 48-65 1992 L 43-56 1993 L 71-80 1994 W 62-44 1995 L 67-69 1998 L 68-73 1999 L 49-58 2001 L 47-61 2001 L 47-68 2007 W 81-53 2008 W 82-68 2009 W 100-47 * Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 3

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

Montana State University - Billings (1-1) 1981 W 67-65 H 1983 # L 49-65 A # Eastern Montana Classic (Billings, MT) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Montana State University - Northern (2-0) 1982 W 51-43 A 2003 W 76-51 H Current GU Streak - Won 2

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* Gateway Shootout (Pocatello, ID) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

Montana Tech (1-2) 1982 L 67-83 1983 * L 64-77 1983 W 89-71 * Big Sky Classic (Butte, MT) Current GU Streak - Won 1

A A H

Naval Academy (0-1) 1997 * L

N

55-58

N

Northeast Louisiana, University of (1-0) 1994 * W 105-69 N * Women’s NIT (Amarillo, TX) (now Louisiana-Monroe) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Northern Colorado University (1-0) 2006 W 69-48 N John Ascuaga’s Nugget Classic (Reno, NV) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Northwestern State University (1-0) 2006 W 92-68 N John Ascuaga’s Nugget Classic (Reno, NV) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Northwest Nazarene College (1-0) 1988 W 78-48 Current GU Streak - Won 1

A

Oregon, University of (0-8) 1987 * L 67-83 1988 L 55-70 1990 L 40-64 1991 L 60-74 1996 L 45-83 1997 L 33-52 2003 L 72-83 2004 L 57-73 * Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Lost 8

H A A H A H A H

Oregon State University (0-2) 1995 * L 61-76 2004 # L 64-69 * Gazette-Times Classic (Corvallis, OR) # Women’s NIT (Corvallis, OR) Current GU Streak - Lost 2

A A

Pacific, University of the (1-2) 1999 * W 65-64 2000 L 70-84 2002 L 85-86 (ot) * Wells Fargo Classic (Tempe, AZ) Current GU Streak - Lost 2

N A H

Pacific (Ore.) College (1-0) 1986 W 68-64 Current GU Streak - Won 1

A

Pacific Lutheran University (3-0) 1984 W 93-52 1985 W 108-58 1986 W 85-61 Current GU Streak - Won 3

A A A

Pepperdine University (21-29) 1988 * W 60-59 1988 * W 63-59 1989 * W 71-50 1989 * W 59-48 1990 * W 76-66 1990 * W 83-76 (ot) 1991 * W 92-84 (2ot) 1991 * L 54-78 1992 * L 60-73 1992 * L 59-97 1993 * L 72-93 1993 * L 67-70 1994 * W 70-62 1994 * W 70-69 1995 * L 80-85 1995 * W 63-62

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

1996 * L 69-81 1996 * L 60-89 1997 * L 41-86 1997 * L 56-72 1998 * L 81-84 1998 * L 59-79 1998 + L 56-75 1999 * L 49-75 1999 * L 64-77 2000 * L 67-89 2000 * L 68-74 2000 + L 71-82 2001 * L 56-61 2001 * L 55-78 2002 * L 69-77 2002 * L 66-73 2002 # L 64-68 2003 * L 63-78 2003 * L 60-66 2004 * W 75-44 2004 * L 62-73 2004 + W 66-64 (ot) 2005 * W 71-54 2005 * W 61-51 2005 + W 58-40 2006 * L 58-59 2006 * W 55-38 2007 * W 58-35 2007 * L 56-70 2008 * W 68-56 2008 * W 92-85 2008 # W 77-67 2009 W 66-43 2009 L 62-72 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Pittsburgh, University of (0-2) 1994 * L 77-89 2009 @ L 60-65 * Women’s NIT (Amarillo, TX) @ NCAA Second Round Current GU Streak - Lost 2 Portland, University of (32-26) 1981 W 78-72 1981 W 75-70 1982 L 67-82 1982 L 51-72 1984 $ L 84-85 1985 $ L 55-58 1986 # W 70-66 1987 W 72-62 1987 L 66-70 1988 * W 73-55 1988 * L 51-54 1989 * W 55-48 1989 * W 56-45 1990 * W 83-52 1990 * W 65-52 1991 * W 89-58 1991 * W 75-62 1992 * L 86-91 1992 * L 80-82 1993 * W 88-77 1993 * L 70-72 1994 * W 84-67 1994 * W 74-64 1994 + L 65-73 1995 * L 48-60 1995 * L 67-89 1995 + L 73-79 1996 * L 61-82 1996 * L 56-96 1996 # L 60-77 1997 * L 63-77 1997 * L 67-88 1998 * L 50-79 1998 * L 57-71 1999 * W 77-65 1999 * L 59-75 2000 * W 71-53 2000 * L 62-64 2001 * L 53-54 2001 * L 40-52 2002 * L 59-62 2002 * W 71-65 2003 * W 72-59 2003 * W 64-50 2004 * W 64-55 2004 * W 83-71 2005 * W 67-56 2005 * W 81-35 2005 + W 77-42 2006 * W 67-60 2006 * W 46-41 2007 * W 61-48 2007 * W 88-58 2007 @ W 68-55 2008 * W 76-50 2008 * W 87-67 2009 * W 60-49 2009 * L 67-70 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) ^ WCC Tournament (Los Angeles, CA) @WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) $ NAIA Bi-District Playoff (Portland, OR) # Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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

N N

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

Portland State University (9-6) 1987 L 75-84 1987 * W 60-52 1987 L 65-67 1988 W 65-61 1989 # W 59-57 1989 L 67-78 1990 W 65-64 1991 L 62-79 1992 L 58-91 2004 W 69-61 2005 W 66-48 2006 W 81-57 2007 W 76-59 2008 L 72-75 2009 W 86-61 * Dial Classic (Pullman, WA) # Boise State Invitational (Boise, ID) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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

Providence College (1-0) 2005 # W 85-38 N # Thanksgiving Classic (Albuquerque, NM) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Puget Sound, University of (7-0) 1984 W 64-53 H 1984 W 69-49 A 1985 W 91-65 H 1985 W 95-66 A 1986 W 70-62 H 1986 W 72-71 A 1986 * W 64-62 N * NAIA District I Playoffs (Bellingham, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 7 Purdue University (0-2) 2007 L 2008 L Current Streak - Lost 2

44-69 61-64

A H

Radford University (0-1) 1987 * W 70-67 * Northern Lights (Anchorage, AK) Current GU Streak - Won 1

N

Sacramento State University (4-2) 2001 L 58-71 2002 W 89-55 2003 W 71-56 2006 L 54-73 2007 W 84-43 2008 W 75-63 Current GU Streak - Won 2

A A H A H A

Saint Joseph’s University (2-0) 2008 W 67-43 2009 W 93-70 Current GU Streak - Won 2

A H

Saint Mary’s College (25-22) 1988 * L 63-79 1988 * W 77-56 1989 * W 88-74 1989 * W 68-58 1990 * L 64-83 1990 * L 64-67 1991 * L 78-92 1991 * W 73-61 1992 * W 73-65 1992 * L 53-79 1993 * L 61-76 1993 * W 87-71 1994 * W 80-52 1994 * W 54-53 1994 + W 84-66 1995 * L 47-58 1995 * W 82-75 (ot) 1996 * W 88-78 1996 * L 63-74 1997 * L 54-87 1997 * L 51-70 1998 * L 64-81 1998 * L 63-88 1999 * L 44-69 1999 * L 55-79 2000 * L 36-69 2000 * L 68-76 2001 * L 36-62 2001 * L 50-63 2001 # L 59-84 2002 * L 49-69 2002 * L 64-73 2003 * W 67-53 2003 * W 67-43 2004 * L 48-60 2004 * W 68-45 2005 * W 74-50 2005 * W 70-60 2006 * W 56-42 2006 * W 68-58 2007 * W 85-49 2007 * W 78-68 2008 * W 74-50 2008 * W 79-63 2008 # W 81-64 2009 * W 91-63 2009 * W 84-56 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 12

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ALLTIME SERIES St. Martins College (10-2) 1982 L 1983 L 1983 W 1984 W 1984 W 1984 * W 1985 W 1985 W 1986 W 1986 W 1989 W 2002 W Current GU Streak - Won 10

64-68 51-68 85-74 55-51 69-49 84-46 95-55 80-60 79-47 72-31 102-46 79-51

San Diego, University of (27-20) 1987 W 64-60 1988 * W 69-67 1988 * W 77-59 1989 * W 69-65 (ot) 1989 * L 46-51 1990 * L 54-62 1990 * L 56-76 1991 * L 61-65 1991 * L 72-77 1992 * W 66-65 1992 * L 56-70 1993 * W 55-53 1993 * L 62-87 1994 * L 69-91 1994 * W 73-62 1995 * W 77-64 (ot) 1995 * L 71-72 1996 * L 55-78 1996 * W 68-57 1997 * W 54-47 1997 * L 56-60 1998 * L 62-68 1998 * L 50-57 1999 * W 64-48 1999 * L 54-72 2000 * L 57-60 2000 * L 64-77 2001 * L 55-81 2001 * L 80-84 2002 * W 75-65 (ot) 2002 * L 48-63 2003 * W 67-58 2003 * W 86-72 2004 * W 61-58 2004 * W 55-53 2005 * W 67-44 2005 * W 74-59 2006 * W 81-66 2006 * W 58-51 2007 * W 87-82 2007 * W 71-58 2008 * W 83-76 2008 * W 76-60 2008 # L 66-70 2009 * W 109-73 2009 * W 77-67 2009 ! W 66-55 * West Coast Conference Game # WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) ! WCC Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) Current GU Streak - Won 3

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San Diego State University (0-3) 1992 * L 54-69 1994 L 69-91 1996 L 59-78 * Titan Classic (Fullerton, CA) Current GU Streak - Lost 3

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San Francisco, University of (23-24) 1988 * W 57-36 1988 * L 47-62 1989 * W 64-50 1989 * W 51-46 1990 * L 55-56 1990 * W 70-65 1991 * L 72-83 1991 * W 66-56 1992 * W 66-59 1992 * L 43-68 1993 * L 58-80 1993 * W 88-69 1994 * L 63-73 1994 * W 83-68 1995 * L 77-83 (ot) 1995 * L 77-93 1996 * L 54-76 1996 * L 46-52 1997 * L 41-54 1997 * L 47-76 1997 + L 49-86 1998 * L 57-75 1998 * L 53-56 1999 * W 63-59 1999 * L 70-88 2000 * W 76-71 2000 * L 70-76 2001 * L 52-72 2001 * L 60-88 2002 * L 58-73 2002 * L 67-72 2003 * W 59-47 2003 * L 57-59 2004 * W 72-61 (ot) 2004 * L 53-59 2005 * W 81-62

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2005 * W 70-62 2006 * W 54-42 2006 * W 71-53 2006 + L 67-75 2007 * W 58-53 2007 * W 57-37 2007 @ W 59-38 2008 * W 74-70 2008 * W 90-42 2009 * W 63-42 2009 * W 71-35 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Los Angeles, CA) @WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) Current GU Streak - Won 7 San Jose State University (3-1) 2000 W 82-65 2003 W 65-54 2006 L 61-69 2006 W 68-53 Current GU Streak - Won 1 Santa Clara University (20-27) 1988 * W 59-45 1988 * W 63-56 1989 * W 72-46 1989 * W 55-51 1990 * W 59-45 1990 * L 56-61 1991 * L 60-65 1991 * L 60-78 1992 * L 61-83 1992 * L 50-63 1993 * W 71-68 1993 * L 59-72 1994 * W 79-73 1994 * L 68-78 1995 * L 68-81 1995 * L 62-71 1996 * L 69-79 1996 * L 75-87 1997 * L 40-84 1997 * L 44-84 1998 * L 58-98 1998 * W 72-71 1999 * L 57-79 1999 * L 64-79 1999 + L 42-69 2000 * L 66-98 2000 * L 71-84 2001 * L 48-74 2001 * L 54-70 2002 * L 69-99 2002 * L 75-81 2003 * L 41-65 2003 * W 69-53 2003 # L 59-60 (ot) 2004 * W 77-69 2004 * W 80-67 2005 * W 85-50 2005 * W 66-61 2005 + L 66-77 2006 * W 70-60 2006 * L 52-74 2007 * W 78-73 (ot) 2007 * W 79-68 2008 * W 88-52 2008 * W 80-71 2009 * W 65-47 2009 * W 92-63 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 6

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Seattle Pacific University (7-1) 1981 L 67-70 1981 W 65-59 1982 W 71-58 1984 W 79-70 1985 W 102-71 1985 W 111-84 1986 W 85-72 1986 W 80-62 Current GU Streak - Won 7

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Seattle University (9-4) 1981 L 72-83 1982 L 66-70 1982 L 57-66 1983 L 53-61 1983 W 68-57 1984 W 64-60 1984 W 86-67 1985 W 67-56 1985 W 110-68 1985 * W 76-64 1986 W 64-50 1986 W 63-49 2004 W 76-40 * NAIA District I Playoffs (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 9

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Simon Fraser University (5-4) 1983 * L 55-58 1983 L 60-65 1983 W 68-54 1984 W 76-51 1984 W 87-56 1985 W 84-46 1985 W 81-64

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1986 L 52-66 1986 L 43-61 * Big Sky Classic (Helena, MT) Current GU Streak - Lost 2

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South Dakota State University (0-1) 2009 L 64-78 Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Southern Utah State University (0-1) 1989 * L 57-66 * BSU Tournament (Boise, ID) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Southwest Missouri State University (0-1) 2005 # L 66-85 A # Women’s NIT 2nd Round (Springfield, MO) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Tennessee, University of (0-3) 2006 * L 65-79 N 2008 L 96-73 A 2009 L 58-77 H *Paradise Jam (St.Thomas - U.S. Virgin Islands) Cuurent GU Streak: Lost 3 Tennessee-Chattanooga, University of (0-1) 2001 * L 60-72 N * Pacific Bell Classic (San Diego, CA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Texas Christian University (1-0) 1990 * W 72-65 * Mark IV Classic (Moscow, ID) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Texas Southern University (1-0) 2000 * W 74-52 * Lobo Classic (Albuquerque, NM) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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U.S. International University (0-1) 1985 L 83-89 Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Utah, University of (3-4) 1996 L 59-89 1997 L 60-90 2004 L 64-88 2005 W 66-60 2006 L 54-81 2007 W 57-45 2009 ! W 60-55 ! WBCA Classic (Milwaukee, WI) Current GU Streak - Won 2

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Utah Valley University (2-2) 2005 W 87-41 2006 L 51-60 2008 L 73-94 2009 W 95-79 Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Virginia, University of (1-0) 2009 ! W 69-62 WBCA Classic (Milwaukee, WI) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Warner Pacific College (2-0) 1985 W 117-58 1990 W 88-54 Current GU Streak - Won 2

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Washington, University of (2-17) 1984 L 59-79 1986 * L 57-72 1987 L 59-94 1988 L 42-65 1989 L 49-69 1990 L 45-70 1991 L 32-91 1992 L 67-73 (ot) 1993 L 64-94 1994 L 40-63 1995 L 59-88 1996 L 55-71 1997 L 45-74 1998 L 67-77 1999 L 57-92 2004 # L 56-70 2007 L 61-75 2008 W 91-72 2009 W 64-59 * Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) # Seattle Times Classic (Seattle, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Washington State University (3-15) 1984 L 61-74 1986 L 60-82 1987 * L 59-94 1987 L 58-68 1988 L 50-74 1989 + L 52-79 1991 ^ L 59-70 1992 # L 37-88 1993 W 71-69 1994 L 60-69 1995 L 65-74 1997 & L 55-85 1998 L 59-78 1999 L 70-75

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2000 W 82-66 2001 L 56-74 2002 L 72-80 2003 W 77-57 * Dial Classic (Pullman, WA) + Wheatland Classic (Moscow, ID) ^ Wheatland Classic (Pullman, WA) # Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA) & Played at Spokane Arena Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Weber State University (2-4) 1987 L 62-71 1997 * L 67-73 1998 W 83-80 1999 W 71-61 2003 L 49-52 2004 L 54-72 * Dial Classic (Pullman, WA) Current GU Streak - Lost 2

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Western Montana College (3-0) 1981 W 73-57 1982 W 53-50 1985 W 68-62 Current GU Streak - Won 3

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Western Washington University (6-11) 1981 L 50-69 H 1981 L 59-83 A 1982 L 37-83 A 1982 L 61-68 H 1983 L 59-68 H 1983 L 47-57 A 1984 L 62-68 A 1984 W 73-57 H 1984 * W 70-58 H 1985 L 66-77 A 1985 W 94-65 H 1985 * W 76-64 H 1986 L 49-66 A 1986 W 53-51 H 1986 * W 83-70 H 1986 # L 53-74 A 1986 # L 69-70 A * NAIA District I Playoffs (Spokane, WA) # NAIA District I Playoffs (Bellingham, WA) Current GU Streak - Lost 2 Whitman College (1-0) 1985 W Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Whitworth College (17-2) 1981 W 1981 W 1982 W 1982 W 1983 W 1983 L 1984 W 1984 W 1985 W 1986 L 1986 W 1987 W 1988 W 1992 W 1993 W 1994 W 1995 W 2002 W 2003 W Current GU Streak - Won 9

66-54 65-58 62-52 72-55 71-55 65-79 65-54 72-53 86-71 60-61 74-60 70-55 75-57 72-64 (ot) 95-66 72-55 67-54 65-54 83-36

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Wisconsin, University of (0-1) 1991 * L 77-80 * Coors Classic (Boulder, CO) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Wyoming, University of (2-1) 1990 * L 60-69 2009 W 68-58 2009 W 67-39 * Mark IV Classic (Moscow, ID) Current GU Streak - Won 2

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Xavier University (1-0) 2009 # W 74-59 # NCAA First Round (Seattle, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Yale University (1-0) 2004 # W 69-48 # Seattle Times Classic (Seattle, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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YEARBYYEAR RESULTS 1986-87 (11-16, Ind.) Coach Mike Petersen Date 11/28 12/5 12/6 12/12 12/13 12/20 12/22 12/30 1/5 1/7 1/8 1/10 1/13 1/23 1/29 2/4 2/7 2/8 2/10 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/25 2/27 2/28 2/29

1988-89 (15-13 / 11-3 (2nd) in WCC) Coach Mike Petersen

Opponent W/L Score at Portland State L 75-84 % Portland State W 60-52 % Washington State L 63-75 # CONCORDIA (Ore) W 74-56 # OREGON L 67-83 HAWAI’I L 62-66 at Washington L 59-94 at Idaho L 49-51 at San Diego W 64-60 at California Lutheran W 93-45 MONTANA STATE W 63-59 MONTANA L 43-61 WHITWORTH W 61-43 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 74-49 BOISE STATE W 61-51 WASHINGTON STATE L 58-68 at Montana State L 47-65 at Montana L 54-69 at Eastern Washington L 56-89 PORTLAND STATE L 65-67 PORTLAND W 72-62 WEBER STATE W 62-51 IDAHO STATE L 62-64 at Portland L 66-70 ^ New Orleans L 55-67 ^ Miami, Fla L 52-79 ^ Radford W 70-67 % Dial Classic (Pullman, WA) # Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, WA) ^ Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, AK)

Date 11/20 11/21 11/30 12/1 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/17 12/19 12/20 12/27 12/31 1/2 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/28

1987-88 (18-9 / 11-3 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mike Petersen Date 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/12 12/19 12/21 12/30 1/3 1/4 1/6 1/9 1/14 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/26 2/27

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Opponent W/L at Oregon L CENTRAL WASHINGTON W # Eastern Washington L # Idaho W at Whitworth W LEWIS-CLARK STATE W at Northwest Nazarene W at Boise State L at Washington State L PORTLAND STATE W MONTANA L at Idaho W WASHINGTON L * SAN FRANCISCO W * SANTA CLARA W * at Pepperdine W * at Loyola Marymount W * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W * PEPPERDINE W * at San Diego W * at Saint Mary’s L * SAINT MARY’S W * SAN DIEGO W * PORTLAND W * at Portland L * at Santa Clara W * at San Francisco L * WCC Game # Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA)

Score 55-70 70-60 61-71 66-51 75-57 68-57 78-48 59-63 50-74 65-61 58-73 57-54 42-65 57-36 59-45 60-59 56-55 66-52 63-59 69-67 63-79 77-56 77-59 73-55 51-54 63-56 47-62

Opponent W/L # Southern Utah L # Portland State W CENTRAL WASHINGTON W + MONTANA STATE W + BOISE STATE L ^ Washington State L ^ Eastern Washington L ST. MARTINS W IDAHO L LEWIS-CLARK STATE W at Washington L at Montana State L at Montana L * SAN DIEGO W * SAINT MARY’S W * at Loyola Marymount L * at Pepperdine W * PORTLAND W * at Portland W * SANTA CLARA W * SAN FRANCISCO W * at San Francisco W * at Santa Clara W * PEPPERDINE W * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L * at Saint Mary’s W * at San Diego L * WCC Game # Boise State Tournament (Boise, ID) + Zip’s Bulldog Invite (Spokane, WA) ^ Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA)

Score 57-66 59-57 69-72 59-51 59-65 52-79 40-45 102-46 51-53 70-39 49-69 47-50 54-74 69-65 (ot) 88-74 62-67 (ot) 71-50 55-48 56-45 72-46 64-50 51-46 55-51 59-48 59-65 68-58 46-51

1989-90 (10-17 / 5-9 (5th) in WCC) Coach Julie Holt Date 11/24 11/25 11/28 12/5 12/8 12/9 12/10 12/17 12/29 1/2 1/3 1/12 1/13 1/15 1/18 1/20 1/23 1/26 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/8 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/22 2/24

Opponent W/L # Wyoming L # Texas Christian W CENTRAL WASHINGTON W WASHINGTON L + IDAHO L + EASTERN WASHINGTON L COLORADO L MONTANA L at Oregon L PORTLAND STATE W WARNER PACIFIC W * at Saint Mary’s L * at San Francisco L at Boise State L * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L * PEPPERDINE W LEWIS-CLARK STATE W * at Pepperdine W * at Loyola Marymount L * SANTA CLARA W * SAN DIEGO L * at San Diego L * at Santa Clara L * PORTLAND W * at Portland L * SAN FRANCISCO W * SAINT MARY’S L * WCC Game # Mark IV Classic (Moscow, ID) + Wheatland Classic (Spokane, WA)

Score 60-69 72-65 73-57 45-70 51-61 69-74 41-58 44-57 40-64 65-64 88-54 64-83 55-56 48-79 66-70 (ot) 76-66 61-56 83-76 (ot) 56-63 59-45 54-62 56-76 56-61 83-52 65-76 70-65 64-67

1990-91 (13-15 / 7-7 (4th) in WCC) Coach Julie Holt Date 11/23 11/24 11/27 11/29 11/30 12/2 12/7 12/8 12/15 12/17 12/28 1/3 1/6 1/11 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/24 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/21 2/23

Opponent W/L # Colorado L # Wisconsin L CENTRAL WASHINGTON W at Montana L at Montana State L OREGON L + Eastern Washington W + Washington State L IDAHO W EASTERN WASHINGTON W at Washington L at Portland State L at Boise State W * at Saint Mary’s L * at San Francisco L * PORTLAND W * at Portland W * SANTA CLARA L * SAN DIEGO L * at San Diego L * at Santa Clara L at Eastern Washington W * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W * PEPPERDINE W * at Pepperdine L * at Loyola Marymount W * SAN FRANCISCO W * SAINT MARY’S W * WCC Game # Coors Classic (Boulder, CO) + Wheatland Classic (Pullman, WA)

Score 59-87 77-80 87-58 46-96 48-65 60-74 72-55 59-70 71-67 68-61 32-91 62-79 49-47 78-92 72-83 89-58 75-62 60-65 61-65 72-77 60-78 78-68 81-60 92-84 (2ot) 54-78 66-59 66-56 73-61

1991-92 (8-19 / 5-9 (6th) in WCC) Coach Julie Holt Date 11/22 11/23 11/29 11/30 12/5 12/7 12/9 12/14 12/20 1/2 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/20 2/22 2/28 2/29

Opponent W/L + Washington State L + Idaho L # Cal-State Fullerton L # San Diego State L at Eastern Washington W CENTRAL WASHINGTON W WASHINGTON L MONTANA L at Idaho L PORTLAND STATE L WHITWORTH W BOISE STATE L MONTANA STATE L * PEPPERDINE L * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W * at Santa Clara L * at San Diego W * PORTLAND L * at Portland L * SAINT MARY’S W * SAN FRANCISCO W * at San Francisco L * at Saint Mary’s L * SAN DIEGO L * SANTA CLARA L * at Loyola Marymount W * at Pepperdine L * WCC Game + Wheatland Classic (Cheney, WA) # Titan Classic (Fullerton, CA)

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Score 37-88 42-69 57-80 54-69 73-71 97-60 67-73 (ot) 55-76 67-83 58-91 72-64 (ot) 80-84 43-56 60-73 77-55 61-83 66-65 86-91 80-82 73-65 66-59 43-68 53-79 56-70 50-63 75-63 59-97


YEARBYYEAR RESULTS 1992-93 (11-15 / 6-8 (T4th) in WCC) Coach Julie Holt Date 12/1 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/10 12/12 12/14 12/19 12/20 1/5 1/9 1/11 1/15 1/16 1/21 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/18 2/20 2/25 2/27

Opponent W/L CENTRAL WASHINGTON W # Missouri-Kansas City L # Nevada W WHITWORTH W WASHINGTON STATE W IDAHO L EASTERN WASHINGTON W at Montana State L at Montana L at Washington L at Boise State L at Eastern Washington L * at Pepperdine L * at Loyola Marymount L * SANTA CLARA W * SAN DIEGO W * PORTLAND W * at Portland L * at Saint Mary’s L * at San Francisco L * SAN FRANCISCO W * SAINT MARY’S W * at San Diego L * at Santa Clara L * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W * PEPPERDINE L * WCC Game # Thanksgiving Classic (Moscow, ID)

Score 67-43 53-67 66-63 95-66 71-69 72-76 69-54 71-80 52-68 64-94 69-75 69-70 72-93 56-71 71-68 55-53 88-77 70-72 61-76 58-80 88-69 87-71 62-87 59-72 65-59 67-70

1994-95 (9-17 / 4-10 (T6th) in WCC) Coach Kellee Barney Date 11/28 12/2 12/3 12/6 12/8 12/10 12/17 12/21 1/3 1/4 1/7 1/12 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/26 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/9 2/11 2/15 2/18 2/23 2/25 3/2

Opponent W/L Score at Eastern Washington W 70-58 # Memphis W 80-78 # Oregon State L 61-76 BOISE STATE L 71-76 IDAHO W 72-58 WASHINGTON STATE L 65-74 WHITWORTH W 67-54 at Washington L 59-88 at Montana State L 67-69 at Montana L 42-72 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 71-62 * SAN DIEGO W 77-64 (ot) * SAN FRANCISCO L 77-83 (ot) * at Santa Clara L 68-81 * at Saint Mary’s L 47-58 * SAINT MARY’S W 82-75 (ot) * SANTA CLARA L 62-71 * at Loyola Marymount L 68-86 * at Pepperdine L 80-85 * PEPPERDINE W 63-62 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 80-66 * PORTLAND L 48-60 * at Portland L 67-89 * at San Francisco L 77-93 * at San Diego L 71-72 + Portland L 73-79 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament # Gazette Times Classic (Corvallis, OR)

1993-94 (21-10 / 10-4 (2nd) in WCC) Coach Julie Holt Date 11/28 12/1 12/7 12/10 12/11 12/18 12/29 12/30 1/4 1/6 1/10 1/11 1/13 1/15 1/20 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/3 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/10 3/11 3/24 3/25 3/26

Opponent W/L Score at Idaho W 88-62 WHITWORTH W 72-55 LEWIS-CLARK STATE W 85-81 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 66-61 at Washington State L 60-69 at Washington L 40-63 # Brigham Young W 75-67 # Mississippi W 66-62 MONTANA STATE W 62-44 MONTANA W 70-62 at Eastern Washington W 68-58 at San Diego State L 54-69 * at San Diego L 69-91 * at San Francisco L 63-73 * SANTA CLARA W 79-73 * SAINT MARY’S W 80-52 * at Saint Mary’s W 54-53 * at Santa Clara L 68-78 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 73-53 * PEPPERDINE W 70-62 * at Pepperdine W 70-69 * at Loyola Marymount L 62-66 * PORTLAND W 84-67 * at Portland W 74-64 * SAN FRANCISCO W 83-68 * SAN DIEGO W 73-62 + Saint Mary’s W 84-66 + Portland L 65-73 ^ Pittsburgh L 77-89 ^ New Mexico State L 63-83 ^ Northeast Louisiana W 105-69 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # BYU Holiday Classic (Provo, UT) ^ WNIT (Amarillo, TX)

1996-97 (4-23 / 2-12 (7th) in WCC) Coach Kellee Barney Date 11/22 11/23 11/26 11/30 12/3 12/6 12/7 12/10 12/14 12/28 1/2 1/4 1/10 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/30 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/20 2/22 2/27

Opponent W/L Score # Idaho State W 58-56 # Navy L 55-58 at Eastern Washington L 69-83 ^ Washington State L 55-85 at Montana L 66-81 & Weber State L 67-73 & Fresno State L 53-73 at Washington L 45-74 OREGON L 33-52 at Utah L 60-90 IDAHO W 57-55 BOISE STATE L 45-76 * at Santa Clara L 40-84 * at Saint Mary’s L 54-87 * SAN DIEGO W 54-47 * SAN FRANCISCO L 41-54 * at Loyola Marymount L 62-66 (ot) * at Pepperdine L 41-86 * PEPPERDINE L 56-72 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 79-74 * PORTLAND L 63-77 * at Portland L 67-88 * at San Francisco L 47-76 * at San Diego L 56-60 * SAINT MARY’S L 51-70 * SANTA CLARA L 44-84 + San Francisco L 49-86 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Los Angeles, CA) # Gate City Shootout (Pocatello, ID) ^ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) & Dial Classic (Pullman, WA)

1995-96 (4-23 / 2-12 (8th) in WCC) Coach Kellee Barney Date 11/24 11/25 11/28 11/30 12/6 12/8 12/11 12/18 12/28 12/31 1/2 1/6 1/11 1/13 1/18 1/20 1/24 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/9 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/23 2/24 2/29

Opponent W/L Score # Nebraska L 40-87 # James Madison L 66-72 at Idaho W 62-58 at Eastern Washington L 50-60 WASHINGTON L 55-71 UTAH L 59-89 MONTANA L 56-57 SAN DIEGO STATE L 59-78 IDAHO STATE L 63-67 at Boise State L 82-86 at Oregon L 45-83 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 73-62 * SANTA CLARA L 69-79 * SAINT MARY’S W 88-78 * at San Diego L 55-78 * at San Francisco L 54-76 * PORTLAND L 61-82 * at Portland L 56-96 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 63-71 * PEPPERDINE L 69-81 * at Pepperdine L 60-89 * at Loyola Marymount L 57-72 * SAN FRANCISCO L 46-52 * SAN DIEGO W 68-57 * at Saint Mary’s L 63-74 * at Santa Clara L 75-87 + Portland L 60-77 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Cablevision Classic (Lincoln, NE)

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YEARBYYEAR RESULTS 1997-98 (11-16 / 3-11 (7th) in WCC) Coach Kellee Barney Date 11/20 11/26 11/28 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/15 12/19 12/29 1/2 1/6 1/8 1/10 1/15 1/17 1/22 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/5 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/26

Opponent W/L Score EASTERN WASHINGTON W 87-46 at Eastern Washington W 73-57 WASHINGTON STATE L 59-78 MONTANA STATE L 68-73 at Cal Poly W 83-73 WASHINGTON L 67-77 CONCORDIA (Ore) W 96-57 MONTANA W 68-65 at Idaho W 75-73 at Weber State W 83-80 WESTERN BAPTIST W 89-47 at Boise State L 65-75 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 71-59 * PEPPERDINE L 81-81 * at San Diego L 62-68 * at Saint Mary’s L 64-81 * SAINT MARY’S L 63-88 * SAN DIEGO L 50-57 * at San Francisco L 57-75 * at Santa Clara L 58-98 * SANTA CLARA W 72-71 * SAN FRANCISCO L 53-56 * PORTLAND L 50-79 * at Portland L 57-71 * at Pepperdine L 59-79 * at Loyola Marymount W 72-62 + Pepperdine L 56-75 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA)

1999-2000 (9-19 / 2-12 (8th) in WCC) Coach Kellee Barney Date 11/21 11/23 11/26 11/30 12/3 12/4 12/8 12/12 12/17 12/21 12/30 1/5 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/20 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/10 2/12 2/17 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/2

Opponent W/L Score at San Jose State W 82-65 at Pacific L 70-84 at Brigham Young L 58-77 at Eastern Washington W 61-44 # American L 64-65 (ot) # Texas Southern W 74-52 WASHINGTON STATE W 82-66 MONTANA W 43-41 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 58-57 CAL POLY W 70-48 UC-SANTA BARBARA L 58-76 at Boise State L 56-69 at Idaho L 67-73 * at San Francisco W 76-71 * at Santa Clara L 66-98 * SAINT MARY’S L 36-69 * SAN DIEGO L 57-60 * PORTLAND W 71-53 * at Portland L 62-64 * at Pepperdine L 67-89 * at Loyola Marymount L 73-94 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 59-74 * PEPPERDINE L 68-74 * at San Diego L 64-77 * at Saint Mary’s L 68-76 * SANTA CLARA L 71-84 * SAN FRANCISCO L 70-76 + Pepperdine L 71-82 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # SW Airlines Lobo Classic (Albuquerque, NM)

2001-02 (11-18 / 2-12 (8th) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves Date 11/16 11/17 11/20 11/21 11/24 11/29 12/1 12/4 12/6 12/8 12/14 12/31 1/2 1/5 1/10 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/25 1/26 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/21 2/23 2/28

Opponent W/L Score # New Mexico State L 71-78 # at Idaho State W 83-68 & at Alaska Anchorage W 98-45 & Iowa L 73-90 PACIFIC L 85-86 (ot) at Washington State L 72-80 SAINT MARTIN’S W 79-51 at Eastern Washington W 69-64 WHITWORTH W 65-54 CAL STATE FULLERTON W 89-48 at Boise State L 59-71 at UC Riverside W 75-64 at Sacramento State W 89-55 MONTANA W 57-50 * at Santa Clara L 69-99 * at San Diego W 75-65 (ot) * PEPPERDINE L 69-77 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 74-76 (ot) * at San Francisco L 58-73 * at Saint Mary’s L 49-69 * PORTLAND L 59-62 * at Portland W 71-65 * SAN DIEGO L 48-63 * SANTA CLARA L 75-81 * at Loyola Marymount L 49-63 * at Pepperdine L 66-73 * SAINT MARY’S L 64-73 * SAN FRANCISCO L 67-72 + Pepperdine L 64-68 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) # American Dream Classic (Pocatello, ID) & Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK)

2002-03 (18-12 / 9-5 (T2nd) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves 1998-99 (8-19 / 4-10 (T6th) in WCC) Coach Kellee Barney Date 11/13 11/16 11/20 11/24 11/29 12/5 12/6 12/12 12/18 12/20 12/30 1/2 1/8 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/21 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/18 2/20 2/25

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Opponent W/L at Montana State L at Montana L EASTERN WASHINGTON W at Washington L BOISE STATE L # Arizona State L # Pacific W WEBER STATE W at Washington State L at Eastern Washington L CAL POLY L IDAHO W * at Loyola Marymount L * at Pepperdine L * PORTLAND W * at Portland L * SAN FRANCISCO W * SANTA CLARA L * at Santa Clara L * at San Francisco L * SAN DIEGO W * SAINT MARY’S L * at Saint Mary’s L * at San Diego L * PEPPERDINE L * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W + Santa Clara L * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Wells Fargo Classic (Tempe, AZ)

Score 49-58 63-79 59-57 57-92 49-68 52-96 65-64 71-61 70-75 63-65 55-60 87-81 57-64 49-75 77-65 59-75 63-59 57-79 64-79 70-88 64-48 44-69 55-79 54-72 64-77 69-57 42-69

2000-01 (5-23 / 0-14 (8th) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves Date 11/18 11/22 11/24 11/25 11/29 12/2 12/5 12/7 12/17 12/20 12/22 12/30 1/2 1/11 1/13 1/18 1/21 1/25 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/22 2/24 3/1

Opponent W/L BOISE STATE W at Cal Poly L # Tennessee-Chattanooga L # Illinois State W EASTERN WASHINGTON L BRIGHAM YOUNG L MONTANA STATE L UC RIVERSIDE W at Washington State L at Montana W at Montana State L at Sacramento State L & COLGATE W * SAN FRANCISCO L * SAINT MARY’S L * PORTLAND L * at Portland L * at San Diego L * at Santa Clara L * PEPPERDINE L * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L * at Saint Mary’s L * at San Francisco L * at Loyola Marymount L * at Pepperdine L * SANTA CLARA L * SAN DIEGO L + Saint Mary’s L * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) # Pacific Bell Classic (San Diego, CA) & Played at Spokane Arena

Score 72-60 51-60 60-72 64-55 57-59 57-74 47-61 73-67 56-74 74-73 47-68 58-71 67-56 52-72 36-62 53-54 40-52 55-81 48-74 56-61 58-62 50-63 60-88 37-60 55-78 54-70 80-84 59-84

Date 11/22 11/25 11/29 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/7 12/11 12/15 12/12 12/29 12/31 1/2 1/5 1/8 1/10 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/25 1/30 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/22 2/27 3/1 3/8

Opponent W/L Score at Oregon L 72-83 MONTANA STATE NORTHERN W 76-51 # at Hawai’i L 61-71 # Denver L 43-62 # Fordham L 69-74 TEXAS PAN AMERICAN W 71-55 SAN JOSE STATE W 65-54 WASHINGTON STATE W 77-57 WHITWORTH W 85-36 WEBER STATE L 49-52 BOISE STATE W 82-55 at Cal State Fullerton W 75-57 at UC Riverside W 64-55 at Montana L 68-73 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 71-64 * at Pepperdine L 63-78 * at Loyola Marymount L 42-58 * SAN FRANCISCO W 59-47 * SAINT MARY’S W 67-53 * PORTLAND W 72-59 * at San Diego W 67-58 * at Santa Clara L 41-65 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 67-64 * PEPPERDINE L 60-66 * at Saint Mary’s W 67-43 * at San Francisco L 57-59 * at Portland W 64-50 * SANTA CLARA W 69-53 * SAN DIEGO W 86-72 + Santa Clara L 59-60 (ot) * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) # Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI)

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YEARBYYEAR RESULTS 2003-04 (18-12 / 10-4 (T2nd) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves Date 11/21 11/22 11/25 11/28 11/29 12/4 12/6 12/10 12/12 12/14 12/29 12/31 1/4 1/8 1/10 1/15 1/17 1/24 1/29 1/31 2/5 2/7 2/12 2/15 2/21 2/26 2/28 3/6 3/7 3/19

Opponent W/L Score # Houston L 54-66 # Butler W 65-59 OREGON L 57-73 & at Washington L 56-70 & Yale W 69-48 at Utah L 64-88 at Weber State L 54-72 BOISE STATE W 75-54 at Portland State W 69-61 UC RIVERSIDE W 68-54 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 76-40 ! Eastern Washington L 69-72 MONTANA W 60-52 * PEPPERDINE W 75-44 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 70-54 * at San Francisco W 72-61 (ot) * at Saint Mary’s L 48-60 * PORTLAND W 64-55 * SANTA CLARA W 77-69 * SAN DIEGO W 61-58 * at Loyola Marymount L 58-70 * at Pepperdine L 62-73 * SAINT MARY’S W 68-45 * SAN FRANCISCO L 53-59 * at Portland W 83-71 * at Santa Clara W 80-67 * at San Diego W 55-53 + Pepperdine W 66-64 (ot) + Loyola Marymount L 58-61 $ at Oregon State L 64-69 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City, IA) & Seattle Times Classic (Seattle, WA) $ Women’s NIT (Corvallis, OR)

2004-05 (28-4 / 14-0 (1st) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves Date 11/20 11/26 11/27 11/30 12/3 12/4 12/10 12/12 12/18 12/20 12/29 12/31 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/13 1/15 1/20 1/22 1/29 2/3 2/5 2/10 2/12 2/17 2/19 2/26 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/16 3/21

Opponent W/L Score UTAH VALLEY STATE W 87-41 # Providence W 85-38 # at New Mexico L 54-76 at Eastern Washington W 72-51 & Nevada W 70-49 & at Arizona State L 58-77 at Montana W 57-51 at Boise State W 61-59 IDAHO W 70-53 PORTLAND STATE W 66-48 UTAH W 66-60 DENVER W 63-39 SACRAMENTO STATE W 71-56 * SANTA CLARA W 85-50 * SAINT MARY’S W 74-50 * at Loyola Marymount W 67-59 * at Pepperdine W 71-54 * SAN FRANCISCO W 81-62 * SAN DIEGO W 67-44 * at Portland W 67-56 * at Saint Mary’s W 70-60 * at Santa Clara W 66-61 * PEPPERDINE W 61-51 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 70-48 * at San Francisco W 70-62 * at San Diego W 74-59 * PORTLAND W 81-35 + Portland W 77-42 + Pepperdine W 58-40 + at Santa Clara L 66-77 $ BRIGHAM YOUNG W 71-57 ! at Southwest Missouri State L 66-85 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Thanksgiving Classic (Albuquerque, NM) & Wells Fargo Holiday Classic (Tempe, AZ) $ Sportsview.TV Women’s NIT (Spokane, WA) ! Sportsview.TV Women’s NIT (Springfield, MO)

2005-06 (16-14 / 11-3 (T1st) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves Date 11/18 11/20 11/24 11/25 11/26 11/30 12/2 12/3 12/5 12/10 12/18 12/21 12/23 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/29 2/2 2/4 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/23 2/25 3/2

Opponent W/L Score San Jose State L 69-61 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 54-51 $ Maryland L 50-88 $ Tennessee L 65-79 $ Michigan State L 45-60 Idaho L 62-69 # Northwestern State W 92-68 # Northern Colorado W 69-48 Sacramento State L 54-73 Utah L 54-81 MONTANA L 60-72 Denver L 52-60 SAN JOSE STATE W 68-53 UTAH VALLEY STATE L 51-60 PORTLAND STATE W 81-57 * SANTA CLARA W 70-60 * SAINT MARY’S W 56-42 * Pepperdine L 58-59 (ot) * Loyola Marymount L 46-75 * SAN DIEGO W 81-66 * SAN FRANCISCO W 54-42 * PORTLAND W 67-60 * Santa Clara L 52-74 * Saint Mary’s W 68-58 * Portland W 46-41 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 53-43 * PEPPERDINE W 55-38 * San Diego W 58-51 * San Francisco W 71-53 + SAN FRANCISCO L 67-75 * WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Spokane, WA) $ Paridise Jam (St. Thomas - U.S. Virgin Islands) # John Ascuaga’s Nugget Classic (Reno, NV)

2007-08 (25-9 / 13-1 (1st) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves Date 11/12 11/17 11/19 11/23 11/25 11/30 12/2 12/6 12/8 12/16 12/19 12/21 12/29 1/3 1/10 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/23 2/28 3/1 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/20 3/24

2006-07 (24-10 / 13-1 (1st) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves Date 11/10 11/12 11/16 11/19 11/21 11/24 11/25 11/26 11/30 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/15 12/17 12/20 12/30 1/5 1/7 1/11 1/13 1/20 1/25 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/8 2/10 2/17 2/22 2/24 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/17

Opponent W/L Score UTAH W 57-45 UC DAVIS W 73-70 SACRAMENTO STATE W 84-43 Montana L 78-88 Portland State W 76-59 !UCLA W 62-57 !North Carolina L 101-63 !Hawaii L 57-68 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 74-58 Purdue L 44-69 ARIZONA STATE L 66-81 103-102 (ot) Eastern Washingotn W Washington L 61-75 Marquette L 60-74 DAVIDSON L 69-77 MONTANA STATE W 81-53 * Loyola Marymount W 60-56 * Pepperdine W 58-35 * SANTA CLARA W 78-73 (ot) * SAINT MARY’S W 85-49 * PORTLAND W 61-48 * San Francisco W 58-53 * San Diego W 87-82 * PEPPERDINE L 56-70 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 66-56 * Saint Mary’s W 78-68 * Santa Clara W 79-68 * Portland W 88-58 * SAN DIEGO W 71-58 * SAN FRANCISCO W 57-37 + Portland W 68-55 + San Francisco W 59-38 + Loyola Marymount W 64-47 ^ Middle Tennessee State W 46-85 *WCC Game + WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) !Rainbow Wahine Tournament (Honolulu, HI) ^NCCA Tournament First Round (Stanford, CA)

Opponent W/L Score WASHINGTON W 97-72 NEVADA W 93-55 MONTANA W 87-71 MARQUETTE W 77-64 Portland State L 72-75 $Arizona State L 60-78 $UC Riverside L 65-75 (ot) UC Davis W 72-58 Sacramento State W 75-63 Tennessee L 73-96 PURDUE L 61-64 Montana State W 82-68 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 97-61 Saint Joseph’s W 67-43 * PEPPERDINE W 68-56 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 81-65 * San Diego W 83-76 * San Francisco W 74-70 * PORTLAND W 76-50 * SAINT MARY’S W 74-50 * SANTA CLARA W 88-52 * Loyola Marymount L 60-75 * Pepperdine W 92-85 * SAN FRANCISCO W 90-42 * SAN DIEGO W 76-60 * PORTLAND W 87-67 * SANTA CLARA W 80-71 * Saint Mary’s W 79-63 + Pepperdine W 77-67 + Saint Mary’s W 81-64 + San Diego L 66-70 ^ UC DAVIS W 81-60 ^ Colorado L 68-82 *WCC Game +WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) !Arizona State Classic (Tempe, AZ) ^WNIT First Round (Spokane, WA) %WNIT Second Round (Boulder, CO)

2008-09 (27-7 / 12-2 (1st) in WCC) Coach Kelly Graves Date 11/14 11/16 11/19 11/21 11/23 11/28 11/29 11/30 12/4 12/7 12/12 12/14 12/19 12/22 12/30 1/2 1/10 1/15 1/17 1/22 1/24 1/29 1/31 2/8 2/12 2/14 2/19 2/21 2/26 2/28 3/8 3/9 3/21 3/23

Opponent W/L Score EASTERN OREGON W 101-44 Washington W 64-59 UTAH VALLEY W 95-79 MONTANA STATE W 100-47 Wyoming W 68-58 !Marquette L 77-80 !Utah W 60-55 !Virginia W 69-62 Eastern Washington W 71-56 UC Santa Barbara L 47-59 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE L 64-78 PORTLAND STATE W 86-61 Montana W 69-63 WYOMING W 67-38 TENNESSEE L 58-77 SAINT JOSEPH’S W 93-70 *Portland W 60-49 *Santa Clara W 65-47 *San Francisco W 63-42 *PEPPERDINE W 66-43 *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 83-58 *Saint Mary’s W 91-63 *San Diego W 109-73 *PORTLAND L 67-70 *SAINT MARY’S W 84-56 *SAN FRANCISCO W 71-35 *Loyola Marymount W 81-78 *Pepperdine L 62-72 *SANTA CLARA W 92-63 *SAN DIEGO W 77-67 +Loyola Marymount W 74-63 +San Diego W 66-55 %Xavier W 74-59 %Pittsburgh L 60-65 *WCC Game +WCC Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) !WBCA Classic (Milwaukee, WI) ^NCAA First & Second Rounds (Seattle, WA)

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WEST COAST CONFERENCE Gonzaga University Location: Spokane, Wash. Enrollment: 7,500 Nickname: Bulldogs

University of Portland Location: Portland, Ore. Enrollment: 3,300 Nickname: Pilots

Loyola Marymount University Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment: 8,300 Nickname: Lions

Saint Mary’s College Location: Moraga, Calif. Enrollment: 4,768 Nickname: Gaels

Pepperdine University Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Enrollment: 8,300 Nickname: Waves

University of San Diego Location: San Diego, Calif. Enrollment: 7,600 Nickname: Toreros

Santa Clara University

University of San Francisco

Location: Santa Clara, Calif. Enrollment: 8,377 Nickname: Broncos

Location: San Francisco, Calif. Enrollment: 8,000 Nickname: Dons

WEST COAST CONFERENCE OFFICE 1200 Bayhill Drive Suite 302 San Bruno, CA 94066 (650) 873-8622 - phone (650) 873-7846 - fax www.wccsports.com Jamie Zaninovich Wendy Guthrie Commissioner Associate Commissioner jzainovich@westcoast.org wguthrie@westcoast.org

Scott Leykam Ellen Moore Associate Commissioner Dir. of Championships sleykam@westcoast.org emoore@westcoast.org

Jae Wilson Dir. of Communitcations jwilson@westcoast.org

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Christine Halsey Dir. of Compliance chasley@westcoast.org

When the West Coast Conference first got its start back in 1952, the founders really had only one goal in mind...to create a convenient way for five Bay Area schools to play basketball. Now a marvelously cohesive athletics league, which is competitive at the national level in 13 sports, is entering 31 seasons under its present eight-team mix. The current members of the WCC span the western coast of the United States from Canada to Mexico. Though the institutions range from the pine forests of eastern Washington state to the sun drenched beaches of southern California, the combined excellence in athletics and academics sets the conference apart on the national scene and draws the individual institutions together in a common mission. The WCC crowns champions in 13 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball. The league was chartered by five Bay Area institutions (San Francisco, Saint Mary’s, Santa Clara, San Jose State and Pacific) as the California Basketball Association, playing its first game on January 2, 1953. After two seasons of play under that name, the conference expanded to include Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine in 1955, and became the “West Coast Athletic Conference” in 1956. The name was shortened in 1989. The current alignment of Gonzaga, LMU, Pepperdine, Portland, Saint Mary’s, San Diego, San Francisco and Santa Clara has remained unchanged since 1979, making the WCC the third most stable conference in the nation. Only the Ivy League and Pacific-10 Conference have been together longer.

West Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Champions Regular-Season 2009 GONZAGA 2008 GONZAGA 2007 GONZAGA 2006 GONZAGA and Santa Clara 2005 GONZAGA 2004 Loyola Marymount 2003 Pepperdine 2002 Pepperdine 2001 Saint Mary’s/Santa Clara 2000 Pepperdine 1999 Pepperdine/Santa Clara 1998 Santa Clara 1997 Portland 1996 San Francisco 1995 San Francisco 1994 Santa Clara 1993 Santa Clara 1992 Santa Clara/Portland/San Francisco 1991 Santa Clara 1990 Saint Mary’s 1989 Saint Mary’s 1988 GONZAGA 1987 San Francisco 1986 U.S. International

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WCC TOURNAMENT PLAYER Ivy Safranski Heather Bowman Jessica Malone Ashley Burke Courtney Vandersloot Juanita Rivera Tiffanie Shives Sarah Christensen Stephanie Hawk Joy Pauley Kelli Howell Shannon Mathews Anne Bailey Holly Bruno (Turner) Ashley Anderson Lydia Ledgerwood Rebekah Sherfey Angie Hendricks Melanie Tipps Kelly Bowen Jami Bjorklund Raeanna Jewell Sydney Perno Shennae McNairy Staci Andrews Vivian Frieson Janelle Bekkering Bernice Stime Amy Jo Silva Simone Santos Michelle Elliott Melissa McCullough Triana Allen Rachel Kane Katy Ridenour Regan McCliment Erin Bergman Delphine Lecoultre Heather Osberg Jessica Waltz Tennille Jeffries Chelsea Herman Chelsea Clark Sandy Gere Dominique Harris Kristin Deal Maria Hassett Sasah Polishchuk Juliann Laney Anne Bickelhaupt Heidi Phillips Michelle Gray Claire Raap Claudia Morgan Katie Prichard Celeste Quitiquit Tatriana Lorenzo Elaina Renius Ziya Muhammad Amanda Farholtz Carmel Lampson Nathalie Chevallay Mandy Nelson Annette Steward Casy Murdock Cameron Carroll Casey Correa Amanda Brown Ariam TecleMariam Kayla Standish Shannon Reader Team GONZAGA Opponents

GP-GS 3-3 8-8 4-4 7-7 5-5 2-2 3-0 3-1 7-7 4-4 3-3 7-6 7-2 2-1 4-4 3-3 1-1 2-2 3-2 2-0 9-9 7-7 4-3 1-0 4-3 8-5 5-2 2-1 1-0 4-0 6-3 2-1 2-2 6-4 9-4 2-0 3-1 6-0 4-1 4-1 4-0 3-2 2-0 3-0 4-0 4-2 6-0 4-0 5-5 5-0 3-1 2-0 3-0 2-0 3-0 3-0 4-0 4-0 1-0 1-0 2-2 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 2-0

FGM-FGA PCT 17-45 .377 55-101 .545 24-62 .387 30-62 .484 22-62 .355 10-23 .434 12-32 .375 15-35 .428 31-60 .517 21-49 .428 14-37 .378 29-73 .397 28-69 .406 7-29 .241 16-37 .432 13-40 .325 4-13 .307 4-11 .363 9-18 .500 5-7 .714 32-69 .464 21-66 .318 10-17 .588 3-5 .600 10-28 .357 23-47 .489 8-27 .296 3-14 .214 1-1 1.000 9-17 .529 11-27 .407 3-9 .333 2-17 .117 4-16 .025 11-41 .268 1-4 .250 2-10 .200 10-21 .476 6-21 .285 5-13 .384 4-11 .363 3-11 .272 1-6 .167 3-10 .300 2-8 .250 2-13 .153 4-8 .500 3-10 .300 3-19 .158 3-12 .250 1-5 .200 1-2 .500 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 1-1 1.00 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-7 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000

3FG-FGM PCT 9-18 .500 0-0 .000 13-28 .464 4-6 .667 4-17 .235 0-0 .000 7-18 .389 2-2 1.000 2-4 .500 0-7 .000 0-0 .000 13-37 .351 6-12 .500 4-13 .307 0-0 .000 3-11 .272 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-3 .667 3-13 .231 7-29 .241 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 0-4 .000 5-15 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 5-12 .417 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 4-13 .308 4-14 .286 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 0-5 .000 0-4 .000 1-3 .333 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-4 .000 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 1-9 .111 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-5 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000

FTM-FTAPCT 17-20 .850 42-76 .553 14-19 .737 48-53 .905 17-25 .680 5-8 .625 6-7 .857 6-10 .600 20-22 .909 5-8 .625 7-10 .700 8-9 .888 16-20 .800 4-11 .363 11-19 .579 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 11-13 .846 8-9 .888 5-6 .833 6-8 .750 8-14 .571 12-15 .800 2-3 .667 9-14 .642 5-9 .556 6-10 .600 3-4 .750 3-4 .750 2-3 .667 2-3 .667 3-4 .750 4-4 1.000 4-4 1.000 9-10 .900 5-5 1.000 4-7 .571 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 3-6 .500 1-1 1.000 3-6 .500 4-7 .571 4-8 .500 2-2 1.000 1-4 .250 2-2 1.000 2-6 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

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497-1267 .392 535-1314 .407

96-309 110-300

348-484 314-428

.311 .367

.719 .734

OFF 5 25 10 27 5 12 2 5 11 22 6 3 11 3 7 2 2 4 4 5 11 17 4 1 5 10 2 4 1 4 6 0 0 2 8 2 2 3 2 4 3 1 4 1 3 7 6 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 38 316 266

DEF 11 37 15 33 13 9 5 10 40 24 11 17 29 2 20 6 3 5 9 5 12 27 15 2 4 17 17 9 1 4 6 4 8 27 29 2 8 5 6 8 9 6 2 2 1 6 8 3 10 5 6 0 1 0 0 1 1 7 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 31 553 581

REB 16 62 25 60 18 21 7 15 51 46 17 20 40 5 27 8 5 9 13 10 23 44 19 3 9 47 19 13 2 8 12 4 8 29 37 4 10 8 8 12 12 7 6 3 4 13 14 3 13 6 9 0 1 0 0 2 1 8 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 69 869 847

AVG 5.3 7.8 6.2 8.6 3.6 10.5 2.3 5.0 7.3 11.5 5.6 2.8 5.7 2.5 6.8 2.6 5.0 4.5 4.3 5.0 2.6 6.3 4.7 3.0 2.2 5.9 3.8 6.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 4.0 4.8 4.1 2.0 3.3 1.3 2.0 3.0 3.0 3.1 3.0 1.0 1.0 3.2 2.3 0.8 2.6 1.2 3.0 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.0 0.6 0.3 2.0 0.0 0.0 2.5 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 3.1 39.5 38.5

PF-DQ 6-0 28-0 11-2 18-0 12-0 4-0 7-0 14-2 11-0 9-1 13-1 10-0 21-1 3-0 12-0 3-0 1-0 4-0 14-2 3-0 11-0 16-1 13-1 2-0 4-0 17-0 7-0 4-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 0-0 6-0 3-0 20-0 0-0 6-0 3-0 5-0 6-0 3-0 4-0 3-0 4-0 9-1 13-0 2-0 1-0 6-0 8-0 3-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 2-0 0-0 5-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 5-1 0-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0

A 6 8 10 16 33 1 6 2 15 8 5 17 9 1 4 1 0 11 4 0 10 13 1 1 3 5 1 1 0 1 10 2 4 23 11 0 6 4 1 9 0 7 0 4 1 3 0 5 3 0 1 7 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 16 19 14 20 9 3 4 8 17 5 5 26 12 3 7 11 2 8 6 2 8 19 11 1 11 25 8 5 0 4 4 3 6 17 11 1 2 3 2 8 4 10 3 7 3 8 5 2 4 7 2 4 1 0 3 2 2 3 3 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 4 0 2 2 3 1 1 15 0 0 2 5 0 4 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 10 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

ST 7 8 6 4 6 4 3 3 6 8 1 17 5 2 7 1 0 3 6 0 7 12 1 2 2 6 2 1 0 1 6 0 4 2 6 1 2 1 3 8 3 3 0 2 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 5 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 93 271 130 228 173 64 74 74 215 152 87 221 189 44 126 86 33 53 68 41 235 213 78 16 91 173 106 51 12 34 115 29 68 122 216 21 62 46 54 85 47 68 22 43 50 85 39 34 93 49 38 30 20 2 12 28 8 23 9 3 26 13 1 10 10 6 7 3 1 7 1

PTS 60 152 74 112 65 25 37 36 84 47 35 79 78 22 43 31 10 19 26 17 73 57 32 8 30 54 27 10 5 20 29 9 8 16 35 7 10 20 13 12 11 8 5 7 8 5 12 8 8 8 4 2 4 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AVG 20.0 19.0 18.5 16.0 13.0 12.5 12.3 12.0 12.0 11.7 11.6 11.3 11.1 11.0 10.8 10.3 10.0 9.5 8.6 8.5 8.1 8.1 8.0 8.0 7.5 6.8 5.4 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.8 4.5 4.0 4.0 3.9 3.5 3.3 3.3 3.2 3.0 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.3 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.6 1.6 1.3 1.0 1.3 1.0 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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1994 at Santa Clara #2 Gonzaga #3 Saint Mary’s

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2001 at San Diego #1 Saint Mary’s #8 Gonzaga

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#3 Santa Clara #1 Gonzaga

77 66

#4 Portland #2 Gonzaga

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2002 at San Diego #1 Pepperdine #8 Gonzaga

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2006 at Gonzaga #1 Gonzaga #8 San Francisco

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1995 at Santa Clara #2 Portland #7 Gonzaga

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2003 at San Diego #3 Santa Clara #2 Gonzaga (ot)

60 59

#1 Gonzaga #8 Porland

68 55

2004 at Santa Clara #2 Gonzaga #3 Pepperdine (ot)

#1 Gonzaga #7 San Francisco

59 38

66 64

#1 Gonzaga #3 Loyola Marymount

64 47

#1 Loyola Marymount #2 Gonzaga

61 58

2008 at San Diego #1 Gonzaga #8 Pepperdine

77 67

2005 at Santa Clara #1 Gonzaga #8 Portland

#1 Gonzaga #5 Saint Mary’s

81 64

77 42

#1 Gonzaga #3 San Diego

66 70

#1 Gonzaga #4 Pepperdine

58 40

77 60

1997 at Loyola Marymount #2 San Francisco 86 #7 Gonzaga 49 1998 at Santa Clara #2 Pepperdine #7 Gonzaga 1999 at Santa Clara #2 Santa Clara #7 Gonzaga 2000 at Santa Clara #1 Pepperdine #8 Gonzaga

74 63

#1 Gonzaga #6 San Diego

66 55

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1996 at Santa Clara #1 Portland #8 Gonzaga

2009 in Las Vegas, NV #1 Gonzaga #4 Loyola Marymount

2007 at Portland

75 56 69 42 82 71

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

GONZAGA San Diego GONZAGA Pepperdine Santa Clara Loyola Marymount Pepperdine Pepperdine Saint Mary’s San Diego Saint Mary’s Santa Clara San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco Portland San Diego Santa Clara

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200809 WCC STATS FINAL 2008-09 WCC STANDINGS WCC Team W Gonzaga#*^ 12 Portland% 10 Pepperdine 9 Loyola Marymount 7 San Diego 7 Saint Mary’s 7 San Francisco 3 Santa Clara 1

Overall W L 27 7 17 14 16 13 18 12 19 13 11 19 7 22 4 27

L 2 4 5 7 7 7 11 13

H 12-3 8-5 10-5 10-4 9-6 8-4 4-9 1-11

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES (FG DEFENSE) A 10-3 8-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 3-12 2-11 2-15

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

# NCAA Tournament berth *Regular Season Champion ^ WCC Tournament Champion % WNIT berth

2008-09ALL-WEST COAST CONFERENCE TEAM First Team Miranda Ayim Heather Bowman** Laiken Dollente* Vivian Frieson Kiva Herman Shay Rollins Amber Sprague** Louella Tomlinson Courtney Vandersloot* Renahy Young

School Pepperdine Gonzaga Portland Gonzaga San Diego San Francisco San Diego Saint Mary’s Gonzaga Loyola Marymount

Yr. F/C F G F F G C F G G

Pos. JR JR JR JR SR SR SR SO SO SO

Hometown London, Ont., Canada Spokane, WA Yakima, WA Seattle, WA Vancouver, WA Alameda, CA San Diego, CA Melbourne, Australia Kent, WA Carson, CA

Honorable Mention: Loyola Marymount: Alex Cowling, Cassady Moore. Pepperdine: Nakeya Isabell, Jazmine Jackson. Portland: Lauren Angel, Karlie Burris, Tara Cronin. Santa Clara: Lena Gipson. All-Freshman Team: Gonzaga: Kelly Bowen, San Diego: Dominique Conners, Loyola Marymount: Alex Cowling, Pepperdine: Jazmine Jackson, Portland: Alexis Gannis. Coach of the Year: Jim Sollars, Portland; Player of the Year: Courtney Vandersloot, Gonzaga; Defensive Player of the Year: Louella Tomlinson, Saint Mary’s; Newcomer of the Year: Alex Cowling, Loyola Marymount.

TEAM SCORING TEAM Gonzaga Loyola Marymount San Diego Pepperdine Portland Saint Mary’s Santa Clara San Francisco

G 34 30 32 29 31 30 31 29

PF 2534 2063 2194 1761 1894 1984 1642 1661

AVG. 74.5 68.8 68.6 60.7 61.1 66.1 53.0 57.3

PA 2044 1955 2110 1746 1880 2262 1932 1948

AVG. 60.1 65.2 65.9 60.2 60.6 75.4 62.3 67.2

MAR. +14.4 +3.6 +2.6 +0.5 +0.5 -9.3 -9.4 -9.9

OPP. 1250 1173 1250 1207 1029 1160 1128 1126

AVG. 36.8 39.1 41.7 37.7 33.2 37.4 38.9 38.8

MAR. +2.9 +2.8 +1.8 +1.1 +0.7 -2.2 -3.1 -4.6

TEAM REBOUNDING TEAM Gonzaga Loyola Marymount Saint Mary’s San Diego Santa Clara Portland San Francisco Pepperdine

G 34 30 30 32 31 31 29 29

TEAM 1349 1256 1303 1242 1052 1093 1037 993

AVG. 39.7 41.9 43.4 38.8 33.9 35.3 35.8 34.2

SHOOTING PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS 3-POINTERS TEAM Gonzaga Loyola Marymount Pepperdine Portland Saint Mary’s San Diego San Francisco Santa Clara

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FTM 486 420 328 331 464 446 300 283

FTA 622 620 495 458 731 600 400 410

PCT. .731 .677 .663 .723 .635 .743 .682 .690

3PTM 135 171 127 147 90 106 179 143

3PTA 411 554 431 424 266 321 587 452

PCT. .328 .309 .295 .347 .338 .330 .305 .316

TEAM Gonzaga San Diego Portland Saint Mary’s Loyola Marymount Santa Clara Pepperdine San Francisco

FGM 924 821 708 715 736 559 653 591

TEAM Gonzaga Portland Pepperdine San Diego Saint Mary’s Loyola Marymount Santa Clara San Francisco

ASSISTS 528 436 374 374 348 347 355 302

FGA 2102 1920 1726 1817 1917 1468 1764 1687

PCT. .440 .428 .410 .394 .384 .381 .370 .350

MADE 752 769 670 833 733 628 614 725

ATT. 2012 1914 1762 2043 1795 1636 1433 1637

DEF. .374 .402 .380 .408 .408 .384 .428 .433

MISC. STATS AVG. BLOCKS 15.53 131 14.06 115 12.90 74 11.69 160 11.60 212 11.57 75 10.81 56 10.41 42

AVG. STEALS 3.85 353 3.71 305 2.55 364 5.00 259 7.07 214 2.50 257 1.81 187 1.45 212

AVG. 10.38 9.84 12.55 8.09 7.13 8.57 6.03 7.31

INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADERS NAME - TEAM Heather Bowman - GON Kiva Herman - USD Courtney Vandersloot - GON Shay Rollins - USF Laiken Dollente - POR Louella Tomlinson - SMC Amber Sprague - USD Renahy Young - LMU Lena Gipson - SCU Alex Cowling - LMU

G 33 32 32 29 31 30 32 30 31 30

FG 237 240 180 162 148 173 178 129 160 161

3FG 1 1 35 77 56 9 21 42 0 19

FT 166 107 129 72 122 101 108 141 101 60

PTS. 641 588 524 473 474 456 485 441 421 401

INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOAL PCT. LEADERS NAME - TEAM Ashlee Smith - SMC Alex Cowling - LMU Kiva Herman - USD Heather Bowman - GON Lena Gipson - SCU

G 30 30 32 33 31

FG 107 161 240 237 160

FGA 188 297 469 464 324

PCT. .569 .542 .512 .511 .494

INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDING LEADERS NAME - TEAM Lena Gipson - SCU Necolia Simmons - USF Louella Tomlinson - SMC Amber Sprague - USD Heather Bowman - GON Aleyse Evans - LMU

G 31 18 30 32 33 30

OFF 86 78 78 65 102 73

DEF 221 88 198 179 144 141

TOT 307 166 276 244 246 214

INDIVIDUAL ASSIST LEADERS NAME - TEAM Courtney Vandersloot - GON Nakeya Isabell - PEP Karlie Burris - POR Laiken Dollente - POR Sara Majors - SCU

G 32 29 31 31 31

AST. 239 167 118 100 94

AVG. 7.47 5.76 3.81 3.23 3.03

INDIVIDUAL STEAL LEADERS NAME - TEAM Nakeya Isabell - PEP Cassady Moore - LMU Karlie Burris - POR Courtney Vandersloot - GON Jazmine Jackson - PEP

G 29 30 31 32 27

STL. 89 76 67 69 56

AVG. 3.07 2.53 2.16 2.16 2.07

INDIVIDUAL BLOCK LEADERS NAME - TEAM Louella Tomlinson - SMC Amber Sprague - USD Vivian Frieson - GON Carly Koebel - POR Aleyse Evans - LMU

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Thayne McCulloh President Dr. Thayne McCulloh (BA, ’89) became Gonzaga University’s interim president in the summer of 2009, succeeding the eleven-year tenure of Jesuit President Father Robert J. Spitzer. McCulloh, with 19 years as a Gonzaga administrator, knows that it is his job – ‘interim’ title notwithstanding – to collaborate with other Gonzaga stakeholders and continue to build upon Fr. Spitzer’s remarkable legacy. In fall 2009, Gonzaga enrolled its largest freshman class ever, more than 1,200 students, bringing the university overall enrollment to more than 7,500. While continued success in all ways is important to McCulloh, sustaining and reinforcing the mission of Gonzaga as a Jesuit, Catholic and humanistic institution is fundamental to him. “We, as a community, are going to be led first and foremost by our University Mission, which unites us and allows us to remain focused and faithful to the charge that has been given to all of us,” McCulloh said. “Our fundamental mission is to educate men and women in an environment that is both academically rigorous and distinctively Jesuit, Catholic, and humanistic.” McCulloh knows that environment well. He spent three years here as an undergraduate, earning his bachelor’s degree in psychology, before moving on to Oxford University to earn a doctorate in experimental social psychology. He returned to Gonzaga in 1990 and has held numerous positions – and worked on many projects – over the past 19 years. These include service as interim academic vice president, vice president for administration and planning, associate academic vice president, and dean of student financial services, among others. Gonzaga is ingrained in him. “Gonzaga is our life in a lot of ways,” said McCulloh, who

with wife Julie (BA ’92, MBA ’97, Gonzaga’s dean of admission), has three daughters. “The way we choose to work and live is with an understanding that it’s not merely ‘a job.’ We feel we are participating in something really important. It’s great to be a part of it, and it’s why we feel at home at Gonzaga. It’s hard to draw a sharp distinction between our private life and our life at Gonzaga, as there is an awful lot that we share, as a family, in common with others who work here. “I came to Gonzaga to get a college education, and what brought me back as an employee was the awareness that this place is about transforming women and men who have unique gifts and talents, and come from all different experiences. Here we ask students to focus on important life questions, and we challenge them to think about what they want to do with their lives that will be of benefit to their fellow human beings. That’s a powerful and important endeavor in a world so desperately in need of it,” McCulloh said. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Washington, D.C. and Seattle, McCulloh attended Seattle’s Bishop Blanchet High School. Following high school, he completed a three-year enlistment as a food service sergeant in the U.S. Army. He arrived at Gonzaga in its centennial year (1986), served as a resident assistant and resident director, was president of Alpha Sigma Nu (the Jesuit honor society), and was elected student body president. He, Julie, and their three daughters are big fans of Gonzaga sports and attend home games when their schedules permit. McCulloh will serve as interim president pending the selection of a permanent Jesuit president by the Board of Trustees.

Mission Statement of Gonzaga University Gonzaga University belongs to a long and distinguished tradition of humanistic, Catholic, and Jesuit education. We are committed to preserving and developing that tradition and communicating it to our students and alumni. As humanistic, we recognize the essential role of human creativity, intelligence, and initiative in the construction of society and culture. As Catholic, we affirm the heritage which has developed through two thousand years of Christian living, theological reflection, and authentic interpretation. As Jesuit, we are inspired by the vision of Christ at work in the world, transforming it by His love, and calling men and women to work with Him in loving service of the human community. All these elements of our tradition come together within the sphere of free intellectual inquiry characteristic of a university. At Gonzaga, this inquiry is primarily focused on Western culture, within which our tradition has developed. We also believe that a knowledge of traditions and cultures different from our own draws us closer to the human family of which we are a part and makes us more aware of both the possibilities and limitations of our own heritage. Therefore, in addition to our primary emphasis on Western culture, we seek to provide for our students some opportunity to become familiar with a variety of human cultures. In the light of our own tradition and the variety of human societies, we seek to understand the world we live in. It is a world of great technological progress, scientific complexity and competing ideologies. It offers great possibilities for cooperation and interdependence, but at the same time presents us with the fact of widespread poverty, hunger, injustice, and the prospect of degeneration and destruction. We seek to provide for our students some understanding of contemporary civilization; and we invite them to reflect with us on the problems and possibilities of a scientific age, the ideological differences that separate the peoples of the world, and the rights and responsibilities that come from commitment to a free society. In this way we hope to prepare our students for an enlightened dedication to the Christian ideals of justice and peace.

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GONZAGA ADMINISTRATION CHUCK MURPHY Vice President Finance Chuck Murphy, vice president for finance, assumed the duties of overseeing Gonzaga University’s athletic department June 1, 2001. He replaced Harry Sladich who retired as vice president of administration and planning after nearly 40 years at the school. Murphy, however, is no stranger to Gonzaga, graduating with a BBA in accounting in 1973. After earning his CPA in 1974, he worked as an auditor for the accounting firm of Coopers and Lybrand from 1973-76 and as controller for the Pring Corporation from 1976-78. He joined Gonzaga University in 1978 as controller, and became vice president for finance in 1985. With Sladich’s retirement, Gonzaga President Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., re-organized the responsibilities of several of his vice presidents. In addition to overseeing athletics, Murphy is also responsible for the bookstore, controller’s office, faculty services, mail services and plant and construction. During the past 16 years, Murphy has overseen the construction of the Jundt Art Center and Museum, the Dussault and Burch Apartments, the Rosauer Center for Education, the Foley Center library and the Jepson Center for Business Administration. He was also actively involved in the expansion projects for the Herak Center for Engineering and the Martin Centre for athletics. He is also instrumental in Gonzaga’s acquisition of property adjacent to campus. Murphy and his wife, Linda, who serves as Gonzaga’s director of student accounts, have six children; Brian, Shawn, Steve, Kalin, Melissa and Greg, who passed away in 2002; and three grandchildren. Murphy is a lifelong Spokane resident. He attended Gonzaga Prep.

Ken Anderson Faculty Representative

Ken Anderson begins his 11th year as the Faculty Athletics Representative to the NCAA and Institutional Representative to the West Coast for Gonzaga University, appointed by then-president Fr. Edward Glynn, S.J. in the spring of 1997. Anderson works as a liaison between the university administration and the athletic department in issues regarding the NCAA and WCC, as well as being an invaluable adviser to athletic director Mike Roth on issues of compliance, academics, student-athlete welfare, scheduling, departmental policy and personnel matters. He was also elected president of the WCC in June, 2001. The native of San Pedro, Calif., is no stranger to Bulldog athletics. A two-year Bulldog basketball letterwinner (1980-81), he served as the volunteer assistant men’s basketball coach for the 1991-92 season and has chaired the University Athletic Council since 1998. He organized the Old Dogs men’s exhibition basketball game featuring former Bulldog players. A 1981 graduate from Gonzaga with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Anderson remained at GU to complete his M.B.A. in 1982. He pursued his doctoral studies at the University of Nebraska, receiving his Ph.D. in 1988. Anderson returned to his alma mater in 1986 as an Assistant Professor of Management in the School of Business Administration, was promoted to Associate Professor in 1991 and to Professor in September 2000. He has authored many articles for various professional publications, has made numerous paper presentations and been an integral part of instructional and new course development. Anderson and his wife Sue have two children, K.C. (1986), a 2009 Gonzaga alum, and Molly (1990), a current GU student.

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MIKE ROTH ATHLETIC DIRECTOr Roth has overseen the upgrades of multiple facilities Mike Roth enters his 13th year as Gonzaga Univerduring his tenure. In 2003, Gonzaga added the Kermit Rusity’s athletic director and under his leadership the Bulldolf Fitness Center for Gonzaga students, faculty and staff. dogs athletic programs have grown from a recognized The state-of-the-art fitness center includes two levels, housregional power to a player on the national scene. ing fitness and strength training zones. In 2004, GU opened After taking over as acting athletic director in July, the McCarthey Athletic Center, a 6,000 seat basketball arena 1997, and being named athletic director in September of which is now the home for both the Bulldog men’s and 1998, the men’s basketball team has flourished into one women’s basketball squads. The men’s team continues to of the nation’s elite programs. The Bulldogs have made play before sellout crowds while the women’s attendance 11 straight NCAA Tournament appearances dating back leads the West Coast Conference. In 2005, Gonzaga opened to 1999 when they captured the hearts of a nation with the Harry A. Green Indoor Rowing Facility giving GU one their Elite Eight run. Over the 11 years, the Zags have of the most progressive indoor training facilities on the also reached the Sweet Sixteen four times (2000, 2001, West Coast. The 5,225-square foot facility houses more 2006, and 2009) and earned a Top 10 final national rankthan fifty rowing machines and three high-definition plasma ing four times; 2002 - No. 6, 2004 - No. 3, 2005 - No. 10 televisions that are integrated into a computerized rowing and 2006 - No. 5. Also during Roth’s tenure the men’s program that allows student-athletes to compete with each basketball team has won nine West Coast Conference other as a team. In 2007, Roth and Gonzaga added Patterson Tournament titles and had five All-America nods. Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field. The home The women’s basketball team has made the postto Bulldog baseball is an advanced lighted facility season in five of the last six years, including that incorporates an old-time baseball feel. The its inaugural NCAA Tournament appearance in new stadium includes 1,300 theater-style seats and 2007, after winnings its inaugural WCC Tournaclassic brick detailing. Finally, in the summer of ment title, and its second NCAA Tournament 2008, Roth and Gonzaga added the Gonzaga Socappearance in 2009 where the Zags won their cer Field, the Diedrick/DeLong Athletic Training first-ever game. The Zags have also appeared in Center and a new Academic Lab. three WNIT Tournament (2004, 2005, 2008) and Up next for Roth and Gonzaga is a new have won an unprecedented five-straight WCC indoor tennis and golf facility. The indoor golf regular-season titles. The men’s soccer team and tennis facility will include a golf practice area was the WCC Co-Champions in 2000, earned its along with six tennis courts. It will also feature first NCAA Tournament at-large bid in 2001 and men’s and women’s locker rooms. again in 2007. The women’s soccer squad made Roth’s ties to Gonzaga extend far beyond its inaugural appearance in the NCAA Tournahis time as Athletic Director. He was an assistant ment in 2005 after earning its first national rankmen’s basketball coach under Jay Hillock in 1982ing that season. The Bulldogs were ranked 19th 83, then returned in September, 1986, as a physical in Soccer America and 22nd in Soccer Buzz. The education instructor. In January, 1987, he joined women’s rowing team has become a powerthe athletic department as assistant athletic direchouse, winning 12 of 13 WCC Championships, tor/Martin Centre Director. In that span his responincluding nine-straight from 1997-2005. Baseball sibilities expanded to include direct administration also made a splash in the national scene, making for 10 of Gonzaga’s 14 sports programs. In 1991 its first NCAA appearance in 28 years after winAthletic Director Mike Roth receiving the Under he was designated the university’s compliance ofning its inaugural WCC conference series title in Armour AD of the Year Award in Orlando, Fla., in ficer to the NCAA, overseeing all matters pertain2009. The Zags closed out the season ranked 22nd July, 2009. ing to student-athletic eligibility at the by Baseball America. institutional and NCAA level. The Gonzaga athletic program Roth was recognized as one of also has had extreme success in the 29 regional recipients of the Unclassroom during Roth’s tenure. der Amour AD of the Year Award The Bulldogs have averaged a (ADOY) presented by the National 3.0 GPA or higher in 22-straight Association of Collegiate Directors semesters dating to the fall of 1998. of Athletics (NACDA) and is a past The 2008-09 academic year was member of the Board of Directors another successful one with a 3.21 for the Greater Spokane Sports Asfall and a 3.22 spring semester GPA sociation (GSSA), worked the 1990 to maintain the cumulative GPA of Goodwill Games as the weightlifting 3.21. During his nine years at the coordinator and was Sports Director helm, 973 student-athletes have for the 1989 Washington State Cenbeen named to the President’s List tennial Games. He chaired the GSSA/ (3.7 GPA or higher), while 816 Sportswriters and Broadcasters Sports student-athletes have been named to Awards Banquet, and was banquet the Dean’s List (3.5-3.69 GPA). co-chair for two years. In addition, 181 student-athletes A native of Moses Lake, Wash., have earned WCC All-Academic Roth played basketball at Big Bend recognition. The Bulldogs are also Community College, and finished first in total number of studenthis collegiate career at Willamette athletes named to the WCC ComUniversity where he graduated missioner’s Honor Roll since its with a B.S. in sociology in 1979. inception in 2004. He received his master’s in athletic On the national scale, 10 administration and physical education student-athletes have garnered from Gonzaga in 1983. His coaching CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine career also included stints as an asAcademic All-America accolades, sistant men’s basketball coach at Big including three-time honoree Bend CC and Spokane CC. George Josten (2005, 2006, 2007 Roth and his wife Linda have two sons, Brad (1989), a current Gon- men’s soccer), and two-time honorees Blake Stepp (2003, 2004 - men’s zaga student, and Matt (1991). basketball) and Jared Hertz (2000, 2001 - baseball).

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athletic ADMINISTRATION Chris Standiford Senior Associate Athletic Director Chris Standiford enters his 18th year in the Gonzaga athletic department. Beginning as an undergraduate in 1990, Standiford earned his bachelor of arts in 1991 and master’s degree in 1993 from Gonzaga. Hired as the Assistant Martin Centre Director in January of 1993, Standiford was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director in 1997 and Associate Athletic Director in July of 2002. During his time at Gonzaga, Standiford has served as the athletic department liaison during the construction of several new facilities including the Rudolf Fitness Center, McCarthey Athletic Center, Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field and most recently the Gonzaga Soccer Stadium. He also helps to oversee the athletic department budget which has been gradually increased during the past several years. Standiford and his wife of 13 years Julie, have three children - son Thomas (1999) and daughters Camryn (2001) and Allyson (2005).

Dennis Kalina Associate Athletic Director/Development Dennis Kalina enters his fourth year in the Gonzaga University athletic department as the Associate Athletic Director/Development. His duties at Gonzaga include overseeing the Bulldogs development team and working closely with Bulldog Club members. He also develops Gonzaga’s comprehensive fundraising and men’s basketball ticketing plan, as well as overseeing special development projects and events for the athletic department. Kalina previously worked for eight years at Bradley University as the Associate Athletic Director of External Affairs. Prior to working with the Braves, he also spent two years as the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing at Northwestern State University. In addition to his responsibilities for the Zags, Kalina just finished his term as the president of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) in the summer of 2009. A native of Portage, Ind., Kalina received both his bachelor’s degree in sports marketing/management (1995) and master’s degree in athletic administration (1996) from Indiana University, where he helped to market the Hoosier football, men’s soccer and women’s basketball teams for three years. Prior to working within the IU Athletic Department, he was also a 400-meter hurdler for two seasons on the Hoosiers’ track team. Kalina is married to the former Dina Nightenhelser. They are the proud parents of daughter Addison Shelby (2005) and son Canyon Marek (2008).

Heather Gores Senior Women’s Administrator/ Associate Athletic Director Heather Gores begins her 15th year at Gonzaga University and her ninth year in athletic administration. In May of 2000 Gores was promoted to Senior Women’s Administrator after serving the previous six years as an assistant coach with the women’s basketball program. In September of 2006 Gores was promoted to Associate Athletic Director/SWA. Prior to joining the Gonzaga family in 1994, Gores worked for two years as an assistant coach at Washington State University where she was a four-year letterwinner for the Cougars basketball squad. During her playing career in Pullman, Gores scored 981 points to then-rank seventh in the WSU record books. She finished her career as WSU’s career leader in three-point shots made with 133 and set a single-season record with 61 treys as a senior. In addition to her responsibilities at Gonzaga, Gores was selected to the NCAA Division I Championship Competition Cabinet, representing the West Coast Conference in September of 2006. On September 20, 2007, Gores was selected to the prestigious NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee. A Native of Arroyo Grande, Calif., Gores received her bachelor of science in physical education and health from Washington State University in 1993 and earned her master of arts in organizational leadership from Gonzaga in 2003. The former Heather Norman was married to Greg Gores in August of 1998. The couple have two children - daughter Kaitlin (2001) and son Garrett (2003).

Shannon Strahl Associate Athletic Director/ Compliance Shannon Strahl joined the Gonzaga University staff on a full-time basis as the compliance and academics coordinator in May of 2000. In 1999 Strahl worked as a graduate assistant in the compliance office. She received her MBA in 2002. In July 2003 she was promoted to an assistant athletic director and again promoted in 2006 to associate athletic director. A 1999 graduate of Gonzaga, Strahl understands the balance between academics and athletics at Gonzaga having played four seasons on the women’s soccer team. She was a two-time WCC AllAcademic selection and two-time All-WCC honorable mention pick. Following her senior season, Strahl was selected as the Bulldog Club Senior Female Athlete of the Year. Strahl oversees the areas of compliance and academics to ensure that student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, and boosters meet institutional, West Coast Conference and NCAA standards. The former Shannon Stanford, she was married to Bobby Strahl on July 5, 2003. The couple are proud parents of two sons; Bo (2005) and Brady (2007).

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athletic support staff

Matt Beckman

Gillian Brooksmiller

Megan Brown

Director of Marketing

Program Assistant/ Development

Graduate Intern/Facilities

Kerri Conger Assistant Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Paul Brown

Tommy Brown

Peter Clark

Gayle Clayton

Director of Athletic Giving

Athletic Turf Manager

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Administrative Assistant/ Office Manager

Josh Cox

Vicki Craigen

Ryne Daniel

Ticket Manger/ Travel Coordinator

Computer Information Specalist

Graduate Intern/Facilites

Abbie Davis

Steve DeLong

Sheri Fitzthum

Administrative Assistant/ Development

Director of Athletic Training

Accounting Assistant

Eric Gunning

Jose Hernandez

Jared Hertz

Steve Hertz

Erik Hildebrand

Chris Johnson

Kris Kassel

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Assistant Athletic Director/ Business Operations

Director of Athletic Relations

Compliance Officer

Director of Ticket Operations and Travel

General Manager/IMG

Rob Kavon Director of Athletic Facilities

Regina Paolucci Director of Capital Support

Katie Love

Andy Main

David Martin

Graduate Intern/ Athletic Academic Services

Assistant Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Assistant Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Shelly Radtke

Mike Roden

Sonja Steele

Associate Director Rudolph Fitness Center

Director of Academic Support Services

Administrative Assistant/ Basketball

Joel Morgan

Jen Nyland

Rian Oliver

Assistant Athletic Director/ Facilities

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Basketball Academic Coordinator

Leanne Stockton

Devon Thomas

Louise Torgerson

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Director of Annual Giving

Champs Life Skills Coordinator

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Jana Young

Graduate Intern/ Marketing

Administrative Secretary

This institution is committed to a philosophy of unquestioned academic and financial integrity of our athletics program m and to the accountability of the Athletics Department to the values and goals befitting higher education. In keeping with the University’s Mission Statement, the Department of Athletics seeks to initiate, stimulate and improve intercollegiate athletic programs for our student athletes and to promote educational leadership, physical fitness and recreational pursuits. As part of an equal opportunity, affirmative action university, the Gonzaga University Department of Athletics is committed to supporting equitable opportunities for all students and staff, including women and minorities.

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gonzaga coaches

Shawn Bagnall

Abby Bennett

Steve Bennett

Jodie Kaczor Berry

Amanda Brown

Amy Edwards

Michelle Elliott

Assistant Men’s Crew

Assistant Women’s Volleyball

Assistant Baseball

Assistant Women’s Basketball

Director of Women’s Basketball Operations

Head Women’s Soccer

Assistant Women’s Basketball

Danny Evans

Mark Few

Assistant Baseball

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Melissa Flint

Lisa Mispley Fortier

Dave Gantt

Dan Gehn

Ray Giacoletti

Head Women’s Rowing Coach

Assistant Women’s Basketball

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

Director of Rowing/Head Men’s Coach

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Kelly Graves

Robert Gray

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Head Men’s Golf Coach

D.J. Gurule

Courtney Haase

Vito Higgins

Travis Knight

Jerry Krause

Head Women’s Tennis Coach

Assistant Women’s Rowing

Assistant Men’s Soccer

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Director of Men’s Basketball Operations

Tommy Lloyd

Peter MacDonald

Mark Machtolf

Brynn Murphy

Mike Nilson

Head Men’s Tennis Coach

Lester Melendez

Sarah Michelson

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Head Baseball Coach

Assistant Women’s Soccer

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant Women’s Volleyball

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Leon Rice

Brad Rickel

Shea Swoboda

Mike Thompson

Einar Thorarinsson

Vicki Tiffany

Pat Tyson

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Head Women’s Golf Coach

Assistant Women’s Soccer

Assistant Men’s Soccer

Head Men’s Soccer Coach

Cheerleading Coach

Head Cross Country/Track and Field Coach

Mark Voorhees Assistant Women’s Rowing

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staff directory All area codes are 509 Email address for all employees <last name>@athletics.gonzaga.edu unless noted. Main Office Fax Sports Information Fax Basketball Fax Ticket Office Phone

313-5787 313-5730 313-3958 313-6000

Athletic Administration Mike Roth - Athletic Director 313-3519 Ken Anderson - Faculty Representative 313-3418 E-Mail anderson@jepson.gonzaga.edu Chris Standiford - Senior Associate AD 313-4210 Heather Gores - Associate AD/SWA 313-3599 Shannon Strahl - Associate AD/Compliance 313-5700 Dennis Kalina - Associate AD/Development 313-4211 Oliver Pierce - Assistant AD/SID 313-6373 Joel Morgan - Assistant AD/Facilities 313-3963 Jared Hertz - Assistant Athletic Director/Business 313-4203 Gayle Clayton - Office Manager 313-4204 Jana Young - Administrative Secretary 313-3981 Marketing & Development Dennis Kalina - Associate AD/Development Steve Hertz - Director of Athletic Relations Matt Beckman - Direcor of Marketing Paul Brown - Director of Major Gifts Regina Paoluicci - Director of Capital Support Devon Thomas - Director of Annual Giving Jennifer Lawson - Communications Specalist Abbie Davis - Administrative Assistant/Development Gillian Brooksmiller - Program Assistant II Shelby Ulman - Graduate Intern/Marketing

313-4211 313-4226 313-6818 313-4084 313-5731 313-5721 313-3966 313-5530 313-3964 313-4073

Academics & Compliance Shannon Strahl - Associate AD/Compliance Mike Roden - Academic Coordinator Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Erik Hildebrand - Compliance Officer Louise Torgerson - CHAMPS Life Skills Coordinator Katie Love - Graduate Intern/Athletic Academic Services

313-5700 313-5527 313-3942 313-4043 313-4282 313-3674

Facilities Joel Morgan - Assistant AD/Facilities Rob Kavon - Director of Athletic Facilities Ryne Daniel - Graduate Intern/Facilities Megan Brown - Graduate Intern/Facilities

313-3963 313-4213 313-4229 313-3932

Tickets & Business Office Chris Standiford - Senior Associate AD 313-4210 Jared Hertz - Assistant Athletic Director/Business 313-4203 E-Mail hertzj@athletics.gonzaga.edu Sheri Fitzthum - Accounting Assistant 313-3675 Chris Johnson - Director of Ticket Operations and Travel 313-4046 Josh Cox - Ticket Manager/Travel Coordinator 313-3938 GONZAGA BOX OFFICE 313-6000 TicketsWest 1-800-325-SEAT (325-7328) TicketsWest Website www.ticketswest.com Sports Information Oliver Pierce - Assistant AD/Sports Information Director Liz Smith - Assistant Sports Information Director Bobby Alworth- Graduate Intern/Sports Information

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313-6373 313-4288 313-4227

Computer Services Vicki Craigen - Information Specialist

313-3841

Sports Medicine Steve DeLong - Athletic Trainer Peter Clark - Assistant Athletic Trainer Eric Gunning - Assistant Athletic Trainer Jennifer Nyland - Assistant Athletic Trainer Leanne Stockton - Assistant Athletic Trainer

313-4205 313-5591 313-5785 313-5786 313-4075

Strength and Conditioning Mike Nilson - Strength and Conditioning Coach

313-4099

Kermit R. Rudolf Fitness Center Jose Hernandez - Director Shelly Radtke - Associate Director Kerri Conger - Assistant Director David Martin - Assistant Director Andy Main - Assistant Director

313-3980 313-3977 313-3978 313-3976 313-4252

Corporate Sponsorships-IMG Kris Kassel - General Manager Joel Blockman - Sponsorship Marketing Assistant

313-5729 313-5728

Sodexho Sports & Leasure Jason Aupied - General Manager 313-6905 E-Mail jason.aupied@sodexho.com Jennifer Messenger - Concessions Manager 313-6956 E-Mail jennifer.messenger@sodexho.com Michael Schroeder - Catering Manager 313-6978 E-Mail michael.schroeder@sodexho.com Cheerleading Vicki Tiffany - Head Coach

509-944-0862

Baseball Mark Machtolf - Head Coach Danny Evans - Assistant Coach Steve Bennett - Assistant Coach

313-4209 313-4078 313-3597

Men’s Basketball Mark Few - Head Coach Leon Rice - Associate Head Coach Tommy Lloyd - Assistant Coach Ray Giacoletti - Assistant Coach Jerry Krause - Director of Basketball Operations Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Sonja Steele - Administrative Assistant

313-4218 313-6377 313-4215 313-6374 313-5531 313-3942 313-4201

Women’s Basketball Kelly Graves - Head Coach Jodie Kaczor Berry - Assistant Coach Lisa Mispley Fortier - Assistant Coach Michelle Elliott - Assistant Coach Amanda Brown - Director of Basketball Operations Molly Hays - Director of Basketball Operations Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Sonja Steele - Administrative Assistant

313-4217 313-4240 313-3496 313-4219 313-4219 313-4219 313-3942 313-4202

Cross Country/Track (Men and Women) Pat Tyson

313-5782

Men’s Golf Robert Gray - Head Coach

313-4081

Women’s Golf Brad Rickel - Head Coach

313-3672

Men’s Rowing Dan Gehn - Director of Rowing/Head Coach Shawn Bagnall - Assistant Coach

313-4228 313-4045

Women’s Rowing Melissa Flint - Head Coach Courtney Haase - Assistant Coach Mark Voorhees - Assistant Coach

313-4032 313-4044 313-4221

Men’s Soccer Einar Thorarinsson - Head Coach Mike Thompson - Assistant Coach Vito Higgins - Assistant Coach

313-4076 313-4080 313-4297

Women’s Soccer Amy Edwards - Head Coach Lester Melendez - Assistant Coach Shea Swoboda - Assistant Coach

313-4222 313-4042 313-4283

Men’s Tennis Peter MacDonald - Head Coach

321-4206

Women’s Tennis D.J. Gurule - Head Coach

313-4074

Volleyball David Gantt - Head Coach Abby Bennett - Assistant Coach Brynn Murphy - Assistant Coach Mailing Address Gonzaga University Athletics 502 E. Boone Spokane, WA 99258-0066 Official Gonzaga Athletics Website www.gozags.com

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313-6376 313-5837 313-4041


media information Gonzaga University Sports Information 502 E. Boone Spokane, WA 99258-0066 Oliver Pierce Sports Information Director (509) 313-6373 - work (509) 891-7819 - home (509) 280-8421 - cell pierce@athletics.gonzaga.edu Liz Smith Assistant Sports Information Director (509) 313-4288 - work (509) 435-8660 - cell smith@athletics.gonzaga.edu Bobby Alworth Graduate Intern (509) 313-4227 - work (951) 452-6129 - cell alworth@athletics.gonzaga.edu SID Fax: (509) 313-5730 Bulldogs on the Web: www.gozags.com

Newspapers/Wire Service Newspaper Address Phone Sports Editor Newspaper Address Phone Sports Editor E-Mail Wire Services Address Phone Sports Editor

Spokesman-Review 999 W Riverside Spokane, WA 99210 (509) 459-5500 Joe Palmquist Coeur d’Alene Press 201 N 2nd Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814 (208) 664-8176 Mark Nelke sports@cdapress.com Associated Press 999 W Riverside Spokane, WA 99210 (509) 624-1258 Nick Geranios

Television Stations Affiliate Address Sports Reporter Sports Reporter Sports Reporter Phone/Fax Affiliate Address Sports Director Assistant Phone/Fax Affiliate Address Sports Director Reporter Phone/Fax

KHQ-TV (Channel 6/NBC) 1201 W. Sprague Spokane, WA 99201-4102 Sam Adams (sam.adams@khq.com) Justin Lange (justin.lange@khq.com) Josh Godfrey (josh.godfrey@khq.com) (509) 448-4659/(509) 448-6397 KREM-TV (Channel 2/CBS) 4103 S Regal Spokane, WA 99223 Tim Lewis (tlewis@krem.com) Chris Bach (cbach@krem.com) (509) 838-7371/(509) 448-6397 KXLY-TV (Channel 4/ABC) 500 W Boone Spokane, WA 99201 Derek Deis (derekd@kxly.com) Ben Kaplan (benk@kxly.com) (509) 324-4040/(509) 327-3932

Oliver Pierce Assistant AD/ Sports Information Director Oliver Pierce is in his 22nd year as Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information Director for Gonzaga University. Pierce joined the Bulldogs in 1989 and is responsible for the overall operations of the sports information office, including Gonzaga’s combined 22 post-season appearances involving the sports of men’s basketball, women’s basketball, volleyball, men’s soccer and baseball. During his Gonzaga tenure he has toured the Soviet Union’s Georgia Republic with the Bulldog baseball team on a 10-day goodwill trip in 1989; served as media relations director for the 1989-91 Pacific-10 Conference North Baseball Tournament; directed media relations efforts for the 1992 USA Women’s Olympic Basketball Team during its one-week training session held at Gonzaga, and was editor of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association monthly newsletter from 1991-94. A native of Spokane where he was a 1971 graduate of Lewis and Clark High, he also served as the assistant SID at his alma mater of Washington State University from 1977-85. While at WSU he assisted with the 1982 and 1984 NCAA First and Second Round Men’s Basketball Tournament hosted by the Cougars and was the SID for the Pacific-10 Conference North All-Star baseball team that participated in the Honkbal (Baseball) Tournament in Haarlem, The Netherlands, in the summer of 1984. Pierce is a member of the College Sports Information Director’s of America, the United States Basketball Writer’s Association and a previous member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association. He is also active with American Legion Baseball. He served on the Awards Committee for the West Coast Conference and is a former chairman of the WCC Sports Information Directors. He married Maribeth Frazier on May 1, 2001.

Liz Smith Assistant Sports Information Director Liz Smith is in her fourth year as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Gonzaga University. She is the primary contact for women’s basketball, men’s and women’s crew and volleyball in addition to producing all of the department’s media guides and game programs. A 2001 graduate of the University of Wisconsin- Parkside, Smith had previously worked as an assistant sports information director at Longwood University (Va.), a graduate assistant at Robert Morris University (Pa.) and an intern at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (Pa.) prior to coming to Gonzaga. She received a master’s of science degree in sport management from Robert Morris in 2004. While attending Wisconsin-Parkside, Smith was a four-year member of the women’s soccer team.

BOBBY ALWORTH Graduate Intern/ Sports Information Bobby Alworth enters his second year as the sports information graduate intern at Gonzaga University in 2008-09. Alworth serves as the primary contact for baseball, women’s soccer and men’s and women’s tennis. A 2006 graduate of California Baptist University, Alworth previously worked in the media relations office at the University of California, Riverside. He worked as an intern for a year before taking on the role of Assistant Director for seven months. Alworth was a three-year member of the California Baptist baseball team, earning a scholar-athlete award in 2006.

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200910 ZAGS

1 Carter Schick 5-7 SO Olympia, WA

3 Ariam TecleMariam G 5-9 SO Tacoma, WA

10 Tatriana Lorenzo G 5-7 JR Wahiawa, HI

11 Janelle Bekkering G/F 6-0 JR Taber, Alberta, Canada

F

13 Kaitlyn Petersen G 5-7 FR Mission Viejo, CA

20 Meghan Winters G 5-11 FR Englewood, CO

21 Courtney Vandersloot G 5-8 JR Kent, WA

23 Katelan Redmon G/F 6-1 SO Spokane, WA

30 Heather Bowman F 6-2 SR Spokane, WA

31 Shannon Reader C 6-2 SO Lake Oswego, OR

F

G

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44 Kelly Bowen 6-0 SO Victoria, Australia

32 Kayla Standish 6-2 SO Ellensburg, WA

Kelly Graves Head Coach (10th year)

F

33 Brittany Gray 5-10 FR Bainbridge, WA

Jodie Kaczor Berry Assistant Coach (7th year)

G

34 Tiffanie Shives 5-10 SR Lansing, MI

Lisa Mispley Fortier Assistant Coach (5th year)

F

12 Vivian Frieson 6-0 SR Seattle, WA

35 Claire Raap 5-11 JR Prosser, WA

Michelle Elliott Assistant Coach (2nd year)

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2009-10 Gonzaga Women's Basketball Media Guide  

The 2009-10 Gonzaga University women's basketball media guide.

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