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GENERAL INFORMATION SACRAMENTO STATE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2009-10 MEDIA GUIDE SACRAMENTO STATE QUICK FACTS Name ......................... Sacramento State Location .....................Sacramento, Calif. Founded .......................................1947 Enrollment .................................. 29,362 Nickname ..................................Hornets Colors .............................. Green & Gold Affiliation ......................NCAA Division I Conference................................. Big Sky President ........... Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Director of Athletics..... Dr. Terry Wanless Faculty Athletic Rep. .........Dr. Steve Perez Athletics Phone ............. (916) 278-6481 Media Relations Dir.: .......... Brian Berger Assistant MRD: ...................... Ryan Bjork Assistant MRD: (WBB Contact) .... J.D. Fox Office Phone: ............... (916) 278-6896 E-mail: ........................... jdfox@csus.edu Fax Number: ................ (916) 278-5429 Fox's Cell Phone: .......... (209) 210-8858 Web site: ............ www.hornetsports.com Arena (Capacity) .... Hornets Nest (1,200) Press Row Phone ........... (916) 278-7531 Head Coach: ..................Jamie Craighead Alma Mater, Yr: .................. Oregon, '02 Overall Record .................... First Season Craighead's Phone: ...... (916) 278-5276 Assistant Coach: ......................Josh Suttles Alma Mater, Yr: ........ Southern Miss., '97 Suttles' Phone: .............. (916) 278-5276 Assistant Coach: .................. Andrea Bills Alma Mater, Yr: .................. Oregon, '05 Bills' Phone:.................. (916) 278-4138 Assistant Coach ............... Adam Zedonis Alma Mater, Yr: ..........Saint Anselm, '99 Zedonis' Phone: ............ (916) 278-4533 Director of Basketball Ops: . Jourdan Willard Alma Mater, Yr: ... Sacramento State, '09 Willard's Phone: ........... (916) 278-4138

THEY COVER THE HORNETS

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ..........11/1 Starters Returning/Lost: ....................4/1 Newcomers: ........................................3 Redshirt Returning ................................1

Sacramento Bee Bill Bradley, Sports Editor John Schumacher, Beat Writer 2100 Q Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 441-4100 www.sacbee.com

GENERAL INFORMATION

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1 Media Information 2 Roster/Breakdown 36 Full Court Press

COACHING STAFFf 4 6 7 7 8 8

Jamie Craighead Josh Suttles Andrea Bills Adam Zedonis Jourdan Willard Support Staff

SCHEDULE INFORMATION 32 33 34 35

THE PLAYERSf 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 25

Nneka Payne Alex White Mallorie Franco Sam Gipson Kylie Kuhns Natasha Torgerson Notebook

2009-10 Schedule Div. I Opponent Records Big Sky Conference Travel Destinations

2008-09 IN REVIEW

Erika Edwards Ashley Garcia Charday Hunt Jasmine Cannady Emily Christensen Sami Field-Polisso Tika Koshiyama-Diaz Karri Gallagher Kristine Jurgens-Duenas

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Final Results Final Statistics Team Game-by-Game Team Superlatives Big Sky Team Stats Big Sky Final Standings Big Sky Indiv. Stats

RECORDS/HISTORYf 44 46 48 49 49 50 51 52 55

Career Leaders Single-Season Leaders Single-Game Indiv. Records Single-Game Records Single-Season Records Single-Game Rundown Division I Honors Yearly Results All-Time Roster

THE UNIVERSITY 56 58 59 60 61 61 62 62

This is Sacramento State The City of Sacramento Athletic Excellence Dr. Gonzalez/ Dr. Wanless Academic Support Athletic Training Support Staff Head Coaches

The 2009-10 Sacramento State women’s basketball guide was written and designed by Media Relations Assistant Director J.D. Fox. Assistance in editing provided by MR Dir. Brian Berger and MR Asst. Dir. Ryan Bjork. Photographs not credited provided by Sam Parsons, Bob Solorio, Mark Christensen, Dolwain Green, San Diego State Media Relations, Mike Martin, Sacramento Metro Chamber, Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, and Sacramento State Sports Information files. Sacramento information courtesy of Chamber of Commerce sources

State Hornet Andrew Hazard, Sports Editor Sacramento State Sacramento, CA 95819-6102 (916) 278-5567 www.statehornet.com

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Associated Press (Sacramento) 925 L Street #320 Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 448-9555 FAX (916) 446-2756

Roseville Press Tribune Tim Menicutch, Sports Editor 188 Cirby Way Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 786-6500 www.rosevillept.com

KXTV Channel 10 (ABC) Bryan May, Ryan Yamamoto 400 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 (916) 441-3373 www.news10.net

KTXL Channel 40 (FOX) Jim Crandell, Mark Demsky 4655 Fruitridge Road Sacramento, CA 95820 (916) 454-4548 www.fox40.com

Associated Press (San Francisco) Greg Beacham, Sports 303 2nd Street, Suite 680 North San Francisco, CA 94107 (415) 495-1708 FAX (415) 495-4967

Auburn Journal Todd Mordhorst Sports Editor 1030 High Street Auburn, CA 95604 (530) 885-5656 www.auburnjournal.com

KOVR Channel 13 (CBS) 2713 KOVR Drive W. Sacramento, CA 95605 (916) 374-1336 www.cbs13.com

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KRJY Radio (1240 AM) P.O. Box 1228 Sacramento, CA 95812 (916) 553-3000 www.rejoice1240.com Sports 1140 KHTK (1140 AM) Jason Ross, Sports Director 5244 Madison Ave. Sacramento, CA 95841 (916) 338-9200 www.khtk.com KFBK Radio (1530 AM) Pat Walsh, Sports Director 1440 Ethan Way Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 924-3901 www.kfbk.com

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ROSTER 2009-10 SACRAMENTO STATE ROSTER Roster Breakdown • Numerical Roster • Alphabetical Roster • Pronunciation Guide

Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 10 11 12 13 22 23 24 25 30 33 44

Name Pos. Tika Koshiyama-Diaz G Charday Hunt F Sami Field-Polisso G Ashley Garcia G Jasmine Cannady G Alex White G Mallorie Franco G/F Nneka Payne G Sam Gipson G/F Emily Christensen F Kylie Kuhns F Karri Gallagher C Kristine Jurgens-Duenas C Erika Edwards F Natasha Torgerson F

By Position Ht. 5-6 5-10 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-10 5-6 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-2

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

Exp. 2V 2V 2V 3V 2V 1V HS 1V RS 2V HS 1V 1V 3V HS

Hometown/Previous School San Jose, Calif./Pinewood HS Portland, Ore./Clackamas CC Mountain View, Calif./Pinewood HS Antioch, Calif./Deer Valley HS Sacramento, Calif./Sheldon HS Folsom, Calif./Folsom HS Fortuna, Calif./Fortuna Union HS Auburn, Wash./Auburn HS San Leandro, Calif./San Leandro HS El Dorado Hills, Calif./Oak Ridge HS Salem, Ore./Sprague HS Lake Stevens, Wash./Lake Stevens HS Tracy, Calif./Merrill F. West HS Redmond, Wash./Redmond HS Grants Pass, Ore./Grants Pass HS

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Jaime Craighead (Third Season, First as Head Coach) Josh Suttles (First Season) Andrea Bills (Second Season) Adam Zedonis (Second Season) Director of Basketball Operations: Jourdan Willard (Second Season)

Alphabetical Roster No. 10 23 33 3 12 25 4 22 2 30 1 24 13 44 11

Name Pos. Jasmine Cannady G Emily Christensen F Erika Edwards F Sami Field-Polisso G Mallorie Franco G/F Karri Gallagher C Ashley Garcia G Sam Gipson G/F Charday Hunt F Kristine Jurgens-Duenas C Tika Koshiyama-Diaz G Kylie Kuhns F Nneka Payne G Natasha Torgerson F Alex White G

Ht. 5-6 5-11 6-0 5-6 5-10 6-3 5-7 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-6 6-0 5-6 6-2 5-7

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

Exp. 2V 2V 3V 2V HS 1V 3V RS 2V 1V 2V HS 1V HS 1V

Hometown/Previous School Sacramento, Calif./Sheldon HS El Dorado Hills, Calif./Oak Ridge HS Redmond, Wash./Redmond HS Mountain View, Calif./Pinewood HS Fortuna, Calif./Fortuna Union HS Lake Stevens, Wash./Lake Stevens HS Antioch, Calif./Deer Valley HS San Leandro, Calif./San Leandro HS Portland, Ore./Clackamas CC Tracy, Calif./Merrill F. West HS San Jose, Calif./Pinewood HS Salem, Ore./Sprague HS Auburn, Wash./Auburn HS Grants Pass, Ore./Grants Pass HS Folsom, Calif./Folsom HS

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Guards (8) - Jasmine Cannady, Sami Field-Polisso, Mallorie Franco, Ashley Garcia, Sam Gipson, Tika KoshiyamaDiaz, Nneka Payne, Alex White Forwards (7) - Emily Christensen, Erika Edwards, Mallorie Franco, Sam Gipson, Charday Hunt, Kylie Kuhns, Natasha Torgerson Centers (2) - Karri Gallagher, Kristine Jurgens-Duenas

By Class

Seniors (3) - Erika Edwards, Ashley Garcia, Charday Hunt Juniors (4) - Jasmine Cannady, Emily Christensen, Sami Field-Polisso, Tika Koshiyama-Diaz Sophomores (4) - Karri Gallagher, Kristine Jurgens-Duenas, Nneka Payne, Alex White Freshmen (4) - Mallorie Franco, Sam Gipson, Kylie Kuhns, Natasha Torgerson

By Height

5-6 (4) - Jasmine Cannady, Sami FieldPolisso, Tika Koshiyama-Diaz, Nneka Payne 5-7 (2) - Ashley Garcia, Alex White 5-10 (3) - Mallorie Franco, Sam Gipson, Charday Hunt 5-11 (1) - Emily Christensen 6-0 (2) - Erika Edwards, Kylie Kuhns 6-1 (1) - Kristine Jurgens-Duenas 6-2 (1) - Natasha Torgerson 6-3 (1) - Karri Gallagher

Roster Pronunciations Sami Field-Polisso

SAM-ee Field-PO-lease-O Charday Hunt SHAR-day Kristine Jurgens-Duenas Jurgens-DWAY-nus Tika Koshiyama-Diaz TEE-ka KO-she-YA-ma DEE-as Kylie Kuhns Ky-lee COONS Nneka Payne NEE-ka


HEAD COACH JAMIE CRAIGHEAD

HEAD COACH • FIRST SEASON • THIRD YEAR AT SACRAMENTO STATE OREGON, 2002 Jamie Craighead was promoted to head women’s basketball coach on May 1, 2009. At age 29, she is the youngest Division I women’s basketball coach in the country. Craighead spent the 2007-08 season as the team’s top assistant, before being promoted to associate head coach by former head coach Dan Muscatell in the summer of 2008. Coordinating the Hornets’ offense and working with the team’s perimeter players, Craighead helped lead the team to a 7-9 Big Sky Conference record in 2008-09, the best mark in program history. During her two years directing the Sacramento State offense, Craighead has helped develop seniors Charday Hunt and Erika Edwards into arguably the conference’s top 1-2 scoring punch. Hunt ranked third in the conference in scoring (14.3 ppg) and raised her averages across the board in conference play, including increasing her scoring average (15.2 ppg). She earned second team all-Big Sky accolades, the highest of any Hornet since the 2005-06 season. Edwards averaged 11.1 points and 8.2 rebounds per game during conference play, and led the conference with 13 double-digit rebounding performances. The entire pace of the game will change during the 2009-10 season, as the Hornets will be debuting a new up-tempo style of play that will consist of full court play on both ends of the floor. This system led to the Hornets posting a 126-74 exhibition victory over Dominican in a game where seven players scored in double figures, and four posted double-doubles. Prior to her time in the Green and Gold, Craighead spent two years as an assistant at Portland State. A former player at Oregon, Craighead served as the Vikings’ recruiting coordinator and also worked with the post players. In her first year at Portland State, she helped develop a pair of all-conference performers in guard/forward Kelsey Kahle and center Brianna Thompson. Kahle would post the most prolific freshman season in school history, tying for third among the nation’s freshmen in scoring at 17.3 ppg and tied for eighth in rebounding at 8.3 rpg. She would earn first team all-Big Sky Conference honors and was named the conference’s co-outstanding freshman. Prior to working at Portland State, Craighead was an assistant at Div. II powerhouse Seattle Pacific under the guidance of two-time NCAA Division II Coach of the Year Gordy Presnell. Craighead served as Presnell’s top assistant for two seasons, and coached Seattle Pacific to a 99-75 win over Alaska Fairbanks on Dec. 4, 2004, while Presnell was on leave. Seattle Pacific finished the 2004-05 season ranked No. 2 in the nation. While playing at Oregon, the Ducks made three trips to the NCAA Tournament and captured the 2002 WNIT championship her senior season. She finished her career second on the school’s career list for three-point field goals with 182, and ranked seventh in three-point field goal percentage at 36.9 percent. Craighead was an honorable mention academic all-Pacific Conference 10 selection in 2002. She graduated from Oregon with a bachelor’s degree in educational studies. A native of Elma, Wash., Craighead attended Elma High School, where she was the Washington 2A Player of the Year and a four-time all-league selection. She finished her career setting school records for points (1,669), assists (653), steals (405) and blocked shots (168).

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THE CRAIGHEAD FILE NAME Jamie Craighead AGE 29 (5/23/80) PLACE OF BIRTH Elma, Wash. ALMA MATER Oregon, ‘02 DEGREE B.A. Educational Studies COACHING EXPERIENCE Seven Seasons JOB HISTORY 2008-09 Associate Head Coach Sacramento State 2007-08 Assistant Coach Sacramento State 2005-07 Assistant Coach Portland State 2002-05 Assistant Coach Seattle Pacific


CRAIGHEAD

HEAD COACH

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ASSISTANT COACHES JOSH SUTTLES ASSISTANT COACH • FIRST SEASON SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI, 1997

Josh Suttles was named the program’s top assistant on June 9, 2009. Suttles comes to Sacramento from SUNY-Cobleskill, where he spent six years as the school’s head coach. Suttles posted a 125-44 overall record with the Fighting Tigers, leading the team through a transition from junior college to a Division III institution. In their first year in Division III, Suttles led the team to a 19-8 overall record, which included an 18-game winning streak and a first-place regular season finish in the North Eastern Athletic Conference. The team was rewarded as the top seed and host school for the Eastern Coast Athletic Conference Upstate Region Division III Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament. “Josh brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience,” Craighead said. “He has outstanding people skills, and his experience at Cobleskill has prepared him well for the Division I level. Josh will be a terrific on-court coach as well as an excellent recruiter. I am thrilled to have him join my coaching staff.” Suttles took over a SUNY-Cobleskill program in 2003 that had combined for just nine wins the previous two years, and in his second season produced a 22-6 record. During the five years he directed the Fighting Tigers in the junior college ranks, the team ranked in the top five in the nation in scoring defense four times and reached the National Junior College Athletic Association Tournament three times. Suttles coached 13 all-Mountain Valley Conference selections, nine NJCAA Region III Division III all-region honorees, three NJCAA Division III Academic All-America recipients and two NJCAA Division III All-America selections during his time at Cobleskill. Prior to his time in New York, Suttles worked as a men’s basketball assistant at his alma mater, Southern Mississippi, from 2000-02, before taking a job in the school’s admissions office in 2003. A native of Knoxville, Tenn., he earned bachelor’s degrees in physical education and coaching and sports administration, before earning a master’s in sports administration in 2001 from Southern Miss.

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THE SUTTLES FILE NAME Josh Suttles ALMA MATER Southern Mississippi, ‘97 DEGREES B.A. Physical Education and Coaching and Sports Administration M.A. Sports Administration COACHING EXPERIENCE Nine Seasons


ASSISTANT COACHES ANDREA BILLS

ASSISTANT COACH • SECOND SEASON OREGON, 2005 Andrea Bills begins her second season as an assistant coach at Sacramento State, and will work with the Hornets’ post players. Under the guidance of Bills, the Hornets had two of the top five rebounders in the Big Sky last season in Erika Edwards and Atty Boyer. Edwards returns for her senior year after posting a Big Sky leading 13 double-digit rebound games a season ago. Bills came to the Nest after finishing a professional career that spanned five countries in the course of three seasons. Bills spent the 2007-08 professional season with the Lithuanian team Arvi Marijampole of the Lietuvos Moteru Krepsinio Lyga, where she was the team’s leading scorer and rebounder, averaging 14.3 points and 8.8 rebounds per game. Prior to her stint in Lithuania, Bills had professional stops from 2005-07 in Spain, China, the Ukraine, and Israel. A native of Moreno Valley, Calif., Bills graduated from the University of Oregon in 2005 with a degree in psychology, after leading the Ducks to the second round of the NCAA Tournament during her senior year. Bills, who stands 6-foot-3, earned all-Pacific 10 Conference honors during her final year in Eugene, averaging 11.5 points and 7.0 rebounds per game. She left Oregon ranking 12th in school history in career points (1,213) and seventh in career rebounds (825). She shared the floor with head coach Jamie Craighead during her freshman season at Oregon, where the duo started 16 games together.

ADAM ZEDONIS ASSISTANT COACH • SECOND SEASON SAINT ANSELM, 1999

Adam Zedonis begins his second season as an assistant coach with the Hornets in 2009-10. Zedonis heads up the team’s film exchange and is also in charge of advance game scouting. Zedonis came to the Hornets prior to the 2008-09 season after working for the Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings during the previous six years. He had served as the Community Service Coordinator for Maloof Sports and Entertainment, the owners of the Kings, from 2004-08. After spending two years working in a similar capacity for the Warriors, Zedonis coordinated community outreach programs for the Monarchs and Kings, and handled the teams’ charitable contributions. With the Warriors from 2002-03, Zedonis was the co-director of the team’s basketball camps, serving as both a public relations manager and as a camp coach. Prior to his experience as a camp coach, Zedonis spent a season as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Saint Anselm College, which is located in Manchester, N.H. While there, Zedonis was the recruiting coordinator, and also handled the program’s marketing and alumni relation responsibilities. The Hawks reached the NCAA DIvision II Elite Eight during that season, losing to Metro State, which went on to the win the NCAA Championship. Zedonis is no stranger to the basketball floor, having been a four-year letterwinner at Saint Anselm from 1995-99. During his career, Zedonis scored 1,091 points, grabbed 614 rebounds and blocked 65 shots for the Division II Hawks. He was a second team all-Northeast 10 Conference selection during the 1996-97 season, while also being named second team all-Northeast Region by the Eastern College Athletic Conference. Zedonis led the Hawks in rebounding each of his final three seasons, and posted the third highest single-season blocked shot total in school history (26). He was also the co-captain of the 1998-99 Hawk team that appeared in the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Tournament. He currently resides in Sacramento with his wife Katherine, who is Sacramento State’s Athletic Compliance and Financial Services Director.

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ASSISTANT COACHES JOURDAN WILLARD

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS • SECOND SEASON SACRAMENTO STATE, 2009

SUPPORT STAFF

Jourdan Willard begins her first season as the director of basketball operations. She spent the 2008-09 season as the team’s undergraduate assistant coach, where she helped conduct the team’s film exchange and also assisted in perimeter development. In her new role, Willard is responsible for many of the day-to-day activities of the basketball program, and also assists with the new Full Court Press women’s basketball booster club. Willard spent two seasons (2006-08) as a letterwinner on the squad before seeing her playing career end prematurely due to a hip injury. She appeared in 19 contests in 2007-08, making one start at the forward position despite being unable to practice for the majority of the season.Willard led the team in field goal percentage (.500) while averaging 1.8 points and 2.1 rebounds per game. During the 2006-07 season, she started 15 of the final 17 games of the season after sitting out the first 13 games of the season due to NCAA transfer regulations, averaging 6.2 points per game. Willard had four double-figure scoring games and two-nine rebound performances. She posted a career-high 15 points against Portland State, shooting a career best 6-of-10 from the field. She is a product of El Camino High School in Sacramento, where she is the school’s second all-time leading scorer. Willard was a two-time first team all-Capital Athletic League choice for the Eagles. Willard graduated this past spring with a degree in business administration.

Brian Berger Home Play-by-Play

Brenna Brodbeck Game Film

Kelli Davis Student Assistant

Veronica Espindola Equipment Manager

Heather Farwig Athletic Trainer

J.D. Fox Sports Info. Contact

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Steve Tebbs Facilities Director

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EDWARDS #33 ERIKA EDWARDS 6-0 • SENIOR • FORWARD • FOURTH SEASON REDMOND, WASH. • REDMOND HIGH SCHOOL

AS A JUNIOR (2008-09) Started all 30 games in the post for the Hornets...averaged 9.0 points and 8.1 rebounds per game...increased her averages to 11.1 points and 8.2 rebounds per game in conference play...ranked third in the Big Sky in rebounding...led the conference with 13 double-digit rebounding performances...became the eighth player in school history to enter the 500-rebound club on Feb. 21 at Northern Arizona...posted seven double-doubles on the season...scored a season-best 17 points against Montana State on Jan. 8...scored 16 points on four occasions, including the last three games of the season...tied her career high with four three-pointers against Idaho State in the Big Sky Tournament on Feb. 12...connected on 44.2 percent of her field goal attempts (99-for-224)...her 91 career three-pointers are tied for seventh in school history. AS A SOPHOMORE (2007-08) Saw action in 26 games, making 20 starts...missed two games following a broken nose at the beginning of the conference season...ranked third on the team in scoring at 8.3 points per game while ranking second in rebounding at 6.8 rebounds per game...led all sophomores in Big Sky play in rebounding (6.6 rpg) and three-point field goal percentage (.408)...scored a career-high 19 points and added a season-best 12 rebounds against Portland State on Jan. 3...scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds against Santa Clara on Dec. 1...posted 10 double-digit scoring and five double-digit rebounding games...led the Hornets in steals with 28. AS A FRESHMAN (2006-07) Saw action in 29 of the Hornets’ 30 games during her first season, making six starts...averaged 4.1 points and was second on the team in rebounds, collecting 122...a versatile threat inside and out, knocked down 22 three-pointers...scored a then career-high 14 points against Northern Arizona on 5-of-8 shooting from the field, including 2-of-3 three pointers...knocked down a season-best four three-pointers against UCLA on Nov. 25, and against Pacific on Dec. 15...tallied a season-high 10 rebounds against Saint Mary’s on Dec. 28. HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Redmond High School in Washington...played three seasons of basketball for head coaches Pat Bangasser and Dennis Edwards...was named first team all-4A Kingco her junior and senior years by the Seattle Times...in 2006 was also named team MVP and Most Inspirational...led the team in steals her senior year...in three seasons at Redmond, tallied 639 career rebounds while shooting 79 percent from the free-throw line...as a junior, scored 34 points in a league game against Lake Washington High School...also scored a school-record 19 points in a single quarter...her sophomore season was named honorable mention all-4A Kingco...played five years of club basketball for the Puget Sound Flight for head coaches Gary Heitlauf and her father, Dennis Edwards. PERSONAL Born Mar. 28, 1988...parents are Dennis and Angie Edwards...major is criminal justice.

CAREER STATS year 06-07 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs 29-6 26-20 30-30 85-56

min-avg 546-18.8 667-25.7 889-29.6 2102-24.7

total fg-fga 43-145 75-188 99-224 217-557

pct .297 .399 .442 .390

3-pointers fg-fga pct 22-72 .306 30-90 .333 39-108 .361 91-270 .337

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ft-fta 10-14 36-47 34-44 80-105

pct .714 .766 .773 .762

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CAREER HIGHS POINTS 19, vs. Portland State, 1/3/08 FIELD GOALS MADE 7, Two Times Last vs. Portland State, 1/3/08 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 14, vs. Montana State, 1/8/09 THREE-POINTERS MADE 4, Three Times Last vs. Idaho State, 3/12/09 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 8, vs. Idaho State, 3/12/09 FREE THROWS MADE 8, at Eastern Wash., 2/7/08 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 10, at Eastern Wash., 2/7/08 REBOUNDS 13, Three Times Last vs. Eastern Wash., 2/5/09 ASSISTS 4, vs. Northern Colo., 3/7/09 BLOCKS 2, Two Times Last vs. Portland State, 2/7/09 STEALS 3, Two Times Last at Idaho State, 1/24/09

rebounds off-def tot avg pf-fo a 45-77 122 4.2 66-0 14 65-112 177 6.8 88-5 23 78-165 243 8.1 105-6 42 188-354 542 6.4 259-11 79

to 40 36 54 130

blk 2 6 8 16

st 20 28 21 69

pts-avg 118-4.1 216-8.3 271-9.0 605-7.1


EDWARDS

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BIG SKY STATS year 06-07 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs 16-1 14-10 16-16 46-27

min-avg 259-16.2 336-24.0 462-28.9 1057-23.0

total fg-fga 17-65 40-101 64-138 121-304

pct .262 .396 .464 .398

3-pointers fg-fga pct 9-31 .290 20-49 .408 24-64 .375 53-144 .368

ft-fta 5-8 23-29 25-32 53-69

rebounds pct off-def tot avg pf-fo a to blk st pts-avg .625 21-33 54 3.4 34-0 9 13 1 11 48-3.0 .793 32-61 93 6.6 50-3 11 17 4 17 123-8.8 .781 41-90 131 8.2 55-2 23 27 4 11 177-11.1 .768 94-184 278 6.0 139-5 43 57 9 39 348-7.6

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GARCIA #4 ASHLEY GARCIA 5-7 • SENIOR • GUARD • FOURTH SEASON ANTIOCH, CALIF. • DEER VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

AS A JUNIOR (2008-09) Saw the floor in 27 matchups, starting the final 15 contests at the point guard position...team was 7-8 when Garcia started and 2-13 when she didn’t...averaged 1.5 points and 1.3 assists per game...scored a career-high six points against Eastern Washington on Feb. 5...tied her career high of four assists on two occasions...went 4-for-5 at the free throw line at Pacific on Dec. 22. AS A SOPHOMORE (2007-08) Appeared in 26 of the Hornets 28 games in a reserve role...was the team’s backup point guard, averaging 7.2 minutes per game...scored a season-high five points in the Hornets first CAREER HIGHS game of the year at UC Davis on Nov. 11...knocked down her second career three-pointer in that contest...collected a season-best four assists at Drake Nov. 16...logged a season-high 17 POINTS 6, vs. Eastern Wash., 2/5/09 minutes at UC Irvine on Nov. 24. AS A FRESHMAN (2006-07) Saw action in 23 games off the Hornet bench during her first season...averaged 7.1 minutes per game as a reserve point guard...scored a season-high four points at Idaho on Nov. 19... collected a then season-high three assists playing a 16 minutes against Saint Mary’s on Dec. 28...knocked down her first career three-pointer at Montana State on Feb. 15. HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Deer Valley High School in Antioch, Calif...played four seasons at both the point and shooting guard spots for head coach Lindsay Lopez-Wisely...as a senior, led Deer Valley to a 22-6 overall record and a 12-2 mark in the Bay Valley Athletic League... was named team MVP and first team all-BVAL after averaging 18.0 points, 9.0 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 6.0 steals per game...scored 13 points with nine assists and six rebounds against Washington High School in the 2005 West Coast Jamboree Championship game...as a junior, earned second team all-league honors and helped lead the Wolverines to the North Coast Section championship with a 25-4 record...was named second team all-BVAL and team defensive MVP as a sophomore. PERSONAL Born March 13, 1988...parents are Alberto Garcia and Trenna McCoy...major is kinesiology.

FIELD GOALS MADE 3, vs. Eastern Wash., 2/5/09 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 5, vs. Portland State, 2/7/09 THREE-POINTERS MADE 1, Three Times Last at Eastern Wash., 1/4/09 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 2, Four Times Last at UC Irvine, 11/24/07 FREE THROWS MADE 4, at Pacific, 12/22/08 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 5, at Pacific, 12/22/08 REBOUNDS 3, at Eastern Wash., 1/4/09 ASSISTS 4, Three Times Last vs. Portland State, 2/7/09 BLOCKS 1, at Eastern Wash., 2/7/08 STEALS 3, vs. Portland State, 2/7/09

CAREER STATS year 06-07 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs 23-0 26-0 27-15 76-15

min-avg 164-7.1 188-7.2 251-9.3 603-7.9

total fg-fga 8-28 6-25 14-49 28-102

pct .286 .240 .286 .275

3-pointers fg-fga pct 1-9 .111 1-4 .250 1-9 .111 3-22 .136

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ft-fta 5-6 5-7 11-19 21-32

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .833 3-11 14 0.6 .714 1-6 7 0.3 .579 2-16 18 0.7 .656 6-33 39 0.5

12

pf-fo 14-0 18-0 33-0 55-0

a 16 18 34 68

to 42 36 42 120

blk 0 1 0 1

st 7 6 10 23

pts-avg 22-1.0 18-0.7 40-1.5 80-1.1


GARCIA

GARCIA

BIG SKY STATS year 06-07 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs min-avg 11-0 69-6.3 15-0 99-6.6 16-14 172-10.8 42-14 340-8.1

total fg-fga 6-11 5-14 13-32 24-57

pct .545 .357 .406 .421

3-pointers fg-fga pct ft-fta 1-2 .500 2-2 0-0 .000 0-1 1-7 .143 6-11 2-9 .222 8-14

rebounds pct off-def tot avg 1.000 2-6 8 0.7 .000 1-3 4 0.3 .545 2-9 11 0.7 .571 5-18 23 0.5

13

pf-fo 2-0 10-0 22-0 34-0

a 7 7 27 41

to blk st 19 0 3 19 1 3 31 0 6 69 1 12

pts-avg 15-1.4 10-0.7 33-2.1 58-1.4

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HUNT #2 CHARDAY HUNT

5-10 • SENIOR • FORWARD • THIRD SEASON PORTLAND, ORE. • CLACKAMAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE AS A JUNIOR (2008-09) Earned second team all-Big Sky honors after averaging a team-high 14.3 points and 4.9 rebounds per game...increased her averages to 15.2 points and 5.1 rebounds per game in conference play...ranked third in the conference in scoring...also ranked in the top 20 in freethrow shooting (3rd, 82.4 percent), three-point shooting (5th, 38.1 percent), three-pointers made (8th, 1.5 per game), minutes (11th, 32.7 mpg), steals (14th, 1.27 spg), and rebounding (20th)...started all 30 games...scored a career-high 27 points in the team’s 88-86 overtime victory over Montana State on Jan. 8...scored over 20 points on five occasions and reached double figures 21 times in 30 games...connected on a career-high 10 field goals and four three-pointers on two occasions...went 11-for-12 at the free throw line at Weber State on Jan. 22...also grabbed a career-high nine rebounds in that contest. AS A SOPHOMORE (2007-08) Was the team’s second leading scorer during her first season in the Green and Gold, averaging 8.9 points and 3.3 rebounds...one of two Hornets to start all 28 games...made the game-winning shot on her only field goal of the game against Pacific on Dec. 11...also hit three consecutive free throws at Portland State on Feb. 9 after being fouled with 16 seconds remaining, sending the game into overtime...scored a season-high 19 points against Fresno State on Dec. 21...poured in 17 points at Idaho State on Feb. 28...reached double figures in 13 contests...posted a season-high eight rebounds against Santa Clara on Dec. 1...dished out four assists on two separate occasions.

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 27, vs. Montana State, 1/8/09 FIELD GOALS MADE 10, vs. Eastern Wash., 2/5/09 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 18, vs. Idaho State, 3/12/09 THREE-POINTERS MADE 4, Two Times Last vs. Montana State, 1/8/09

PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Attended Clackamas Community College in Clackamas, Ore., for two years...averaged 19.3 points per game in 2006-07 before being sidelined with an injury six games into the season... received medical redshirt, entering Sacramento State as a sophomore...scored 19.4 points per game in 2005-06...was named MVP of the south division of the Northwest Athletic Association of Community College...ranked second in the NAACC in scoring and third in three-pointers made...tallied school record seven three-pointers against Lane CC.

THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 8, at Pacific, 12/22/08

HIGH SCHOOL A 2005 graduate of Tigard High School in Tigard, Ore...2004-05 Pac-9 MVP who earned four varsity letters for coach Ken Johnson...McDonald’s All-America nominee...averaged a state 4A division leading 21.7 points per game, while averaging nine rebounds and six assists per game...shot 85.0 percent from the free throw line during her senior campaign...averaged 14.5 points per game as a junior...two-time first team all-league honoree.

REBOUNDS 9, at Weber State, 1/22/09

PERSONAL Born on June 18, 1987...parents are Ron and Carol Hunt...major is communications.

STEALS 4, vs. UC Davis, 12/13/08

year 07-08 08-09 Totals

total gp-gs min-avg fg-fga 28-28 698-24.9 76-211 30-30 981-32.7 140-360 58-58 1679-28.9 216-571

FREE THROWS MADE 11, at Weber State, 1/22/09 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 12, at Weber State, 1/22/09

ASSISTS 5, vs. Fresno State, 11/23/08 BLOCKS 2, at Portland, 11/30/08

CAREER STATS

pct .360 .389 .378

3-pointers fg-fga pct ft-fta 30-85 .353 68-87 45-118 .381 103-125 75-203 .369 173-212

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rebounds pct off-def tot avg .782 45-48 93 3.3 .824 51-95 146 4.9 .816 96-143 239 4.1

14

pf-fo 80-0 82-3 162-3

a to blk st pts-avg 44 67 0 19 250-8.9 51 93 14 38 428-14.3 95 160 14 57 678-11.7


HUNT

HUNT

BIG SKY STATS year 07-08 08-09 Totals

total gp-gs min-avg fg-fga 16-16 412-25.8 46-121 16-16 525-32.8 78-187 32-32 937-29.3 122-308

pct .380 .417 .396

3-pointers fg-fga pct ft-fta 17-52 .327 40-47 27-61 .443 60-75 44-113 .389 100-122

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .851 20-23 43 2.7 .800 23-58 81 5.1 .820 43-81 124 3.9

15

pf-fo 45-0 40-0 85-0

a to blk st pts-avg 28 33 0 10 149-9.3 25 52 6 18 243-15.2 53 85 6 28 392-12.3

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CANNADY #10 JASMINE CANNADY 5-6 • JUNIOR • GUARD • THIRD SEASON SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • SHELDON HIGH SCHOOL

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Saw the floor in 29 of 30 games during her sophomore campaign, making six starts...averaged 5.3 points and 2.1 rebounds per game...scored a career-high 16 points at Northern Arizona on Feb. 21 in the Hornets’ overtime victory over the Lumberjacks...scored the gamewinning basket in the Hornets’ 88-86 overtime victory over Montana State on Jan. 8...corralled a career-high 10 rebounds against Idaho State on Feb. 26...collected a career-high five assists on two separate occasions...knocked down three three-pointers in back-to-back games at Northern Arizona and against Idaho State. CAREER HIGHS AS A FRESHMAN (2007-08) Appeared in all 28 games while starting 25 at shooting guard during her freshman camPOINTS paign...averaged 4.6 points and 1.4 rebounds per game...totaled a career-high 10 points on 16, at Northern Ariz., 2/21/09 three occasions, all of which were home contests...knocked down a season-high two threepointers against Portland State on Jan. 3...dished out a season-high four assists on three oc- FIELD GOALS MADE 6, at Portland, 11/30/08 casions...knocked down 76.1 percent of her free throws. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Sheldon High School in Elk Grove, Calif...four year letterwinner for the Huskies...averaged 15.3 points per game during her senior season...leading scorer on team that reached the Division I CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Elite Eight...led the Huskies to the Division I CIF Sac-Joaquin Section championship during her junior season...scored 17 points in the title game at Arco Arena...teamed with Hornet teammate Emily Christensen in the Sac vs. Bay Area All-Star game in Folsom...played point guard in high school...played her club basketball for Nor Cal Elite. PERSONAL Born on June 3, 1989...parents are Laura and Darrell Cannady...major is journalism.

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 16, at UNLV, 11/14/08 THREE-POINTERS MADE 3, Two Times Last vs. Idaho State, 2/26/09 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 7, at Northern Ariz., 2/21/09 FREE THROWS MADE 5, Two Times Last at Northern Ariz., 2/21/09 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 6, Two Times Last at Northern Ariz., 2/21/09 REBOUNDS 10, vs. Idaho State, 2/26/09 ASSISTS 5, Two Times Last vs. Idaho State, 2/26/09 BLOCKS 1, Two Times Last vs. Montana, 1/10/09

year 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs 28-25 29-6 57-31

total min-avg fg-fga 524-18.7 44-120 542-18.7 53-165 1066-18.7 97-285

STEALS 3, Two Times Last at Eastern Wash., 1/4/09

CAREER STATS

pct .367 .321 .340

3-pointers rebounds fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off-def tot avg 5-19 .263 35-46 .761 10-28 38 1.4 12-39 .308 37-54 .685 15-45 60 2.1 17-58 .293 72-100 .720 25-73 98 1.7

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16

pf-fo 47-1 46-0 93-1

a to 37 61 35 81 72 142

blk 1 1 2

st pts-avg 18 128-4.6 22 155-5.3 40 283-5.0


CANNADY

CANNADY

BIG SKY STATS year 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs min-avg 16-15 351-21.9 15-0 232-15.5 31-15 583-18.8

total fg-fga 31-83 20-58 51-141

3-pointers pct fg-fga pct .373 4-16 .250 .345 8-20 .400 .361 12-36 .333

ft-fta 23-29 21-28 44-57

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .793 5-20 25 1.6 .750 12-22 34 2.3 .772 17-42 59 1.9

17

pf-fo 32-1 26-0 58-1

a to blk st pts-avg 27 33 0 13 89-5.6 18 33 1 9 69-4.6 45 66 1 22 158-5.1

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CHRISTENSEN #23 EMILY CHRISTENSEN 5-11 • JUNIOR • FORWARD • THIRD SEASON EL DORADO HILLS, CALIF. • OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Appeared in the final 19 games of the season off the Hornet bench after missing the first 11 games due to offseason knee surgery...averaged 8.6 points and 4.1 rebounds in just 18.8 minutes per game...shot 51.6 percent from the field (63-for-122) and 41.7 percent from beyond the three-point arc (10-for-24)...remains the schools’ all-time leader in three-point field goal percentage, hitting at a 42.0 percent clip...scored a career-high 20 points against Idaho State on Feb. 26...reached double figures seven times...posted her second career doubledouble with 10 points and 10 rebounds at home against Eastern Washington on Feb. 5. CAREER HIGHS AS A FRESHMAN (2007-08) Saw action in all 28 games, making four starts during her freshman season...played both on POINTS the perimeter and inside...averaged 6.5 points and 3.0 rebounds per game...set a then-school 20, vs. Idaho State, 2/26/09 single-season record by shooting 42.1 percent from beyond the three-point arc...made 24of-57 from three-point distance...posted a season-high 19 points against Northern Arizona FIELD GOALS MADE 8, vs. Idaho State, 2/26/09 on Feb. 23 on 7-of-10 shooting from the field and 3-of-3 from beyond the three-point arc... scored 14 points in her third collegiate game at Iowa State on Nov. 18...recorded her first FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 15, vs. Idaho State, 2/26/09 career double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds against Idaho State on Jan. 26. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Oak Ridge High School in El Dorado Hills, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Steve White and the Trojans...averaged 18.0 points along with 5.7 rebounds, 3.3 steals and 2.4 assists per game during her senior season...ranked 29th in the state of California in scoring...was named the Sierra Valley League MVP, Cal-Hi Magazine Division II all-State and first team all-Metro in 2006-07 after leading the Trojans to a 30-2 record, including a perfect 10-0 league mark...led Oak Ridge to the Division II CIF Sac-Joaquin Section championship game...scored 20 of her team’s 36 points in the title game, which was the Trojans’ first loss of the season...tallied 19 points in final high school game against Archbishop Mitty in state title tournament...collected 1,629 points during her career...teamed with Hornet teammate Jasmine Cannady in the Sac vs. Bay Area All-Star game in Folsom...played club ball with the Pacific Pistols. PERSONAL Born on April 24, 1989...parents are Lori and Mark Christensen...major is liberal studies.

THREE-POINTERS MADE 4, at Iowa State, 11/18/07 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 7, at Iowa State, 11/18/07 FREE THROWS MADE 4, Four Times Last vs. Northern Colo., 3/7/09 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 5, Two Times Last vs. Eastern Wash., 2/5/09 REBOUNDS 11, vs. Idaho State, 1/26/08 ASSISTS 5, at Boise State, 12/15/07 BLOCKS 1, Seven Times Last vs. Montana, 1/10/09 STEALS 6, at Northern Colo., 1/29/09

year 07-08 08-09 Totals

total gp-gs min-avg fg-fga 28-4 525-18.8 73-161 19-0 358-18.8 63-122 47-4 883-18.8 136-283

CAREER STATS

pct .453 .516 .481

3-pointers fg-fga pct 24-57 .421 10-24 .417 34-81 .420

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ft-fta 12-19 27-36 39-55

rebounds pct off-def tot avg pf-fo a to blk st pts-avg .632 37-46 83 3.0 60-0 41 43 7 18 182-6.5 .750 35-43 78 4.1 46-1 25 36 1 20 163-8.6 .710 72-89 161 3.4 106-1 66 79 8 38 345-7.3

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CHRISTENSEN

CHRISTENSEN

BIG SKY STATS year 07-08 08-09 Totals

total gp-gs min-avg fg-fga 16-4 326-20.4 50-107 16-0 322-20.1 58-107 32-4 648-20.3 108-214

3-pointers pct fg-fga pct .467 13-30 .433 .542 8-19 .421 .505 21-49 .429

ft-fta 10-14 27-36 37-50

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .714 27-32 59 3.7 .750 31-41 72 4.5 .740 58-73 131 4.1

19

pf-fo 37-0 42-1 79-1

a to blk st pts-avg 21 28 4 13 123-7.7 21 31 1 19 151-9.4 42 59 5 32 274-8.6

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FIELD-POLISSO #3 SAMI FIELD-POLISSO 5-6 • JUNIOR • GUARD • THIRD SEASON MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. • PINEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Started all 30 games, averaging 5.6 points and 2.8 assists in 32.7 minutes per game... transitioned into more of a combo guard after playing the point exclusively as a freshman... ranked in the top 10 in the Big Sky in three-pointers made (7th, 1.6 per game), assists (9th), and minutes played (10th, 32.7 mpg)...her 48 made three-pointers rank ninth in the school’s single season record books...her 99 career three-pointers made are tied for fourth place in school history, while her 349 career attempts rank fifth all-time...posted a season-high 17 points on two occasions, at Santa Clara on Nov. 20 and at Texas Tech on Dec. 20...made five three-pointers at Santa Clara and vs. Montana State on Jan. 8. AS A FRESHMAN (2007-08) Started all 28 games as a true freshman at the point guard position...averaged 8.2 points and 3.5 assists per game...led the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio in conference games, averaging 2.74 assists for every turnover...her 99 assists rank as the sixth best single-season performance in school history...played an average of 32.4 minutes per game to lead the club...saw the floor for 38 minutes or more in nine contests, playing all 40 minutes against Montana on Feb. 14...posted a career-high 21 points against Eastern Washington on Jan. 5... scored 16 points in the Hornets victory over Pacific on Dec. 11...totaled 15 points at Montana on Jan. 12...knocked down at least three three-pointers in 10 games...her 51 made threepointers rank sixth in the school’s single season history, while her 196 attempts were the third highest single-season output...dished out seven assists on two occasions and six assists on four occasions...converted on 86.5 percent of her free throws, which is the school’s third best single -season percentage. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Pinewood High School in Los Altos Hills, Calif...four year letterwinner for Doc Scheppler and the Panthers...led the team in scoring during her senior season, averaging 17.6 points per game...collected a state-leading 118 three-pointers during her senior season...named Cal-Hi Magazine Division V Player of the Year and Palo Alto Daily News Player of the Year...led Pinewood to the Division V CIF Central Coast Section title for third consecutive year...scored 12 points in title game...formed a guard tandem with Hornet teammate Tika Koshiyama-Diaz that led the Panthers to back-to-back Division V State Titles in 2004-05 and 2005-06...scored 14 points in the title game in 2006...also earned Cal-Hi Magazine Division V all-state honors during her junior year...played club ball with the East Bay Xplosion, sharing the floor with five other Division I players. PERSONAL Born on Oct. 26, 1988...parents are Jeff Field, and Mike and Nancy Polisso...has five cousins who have played sports at the collegiate level...major is kinesiology.

year 07-08 08-09 Totals

total gp-gs min-avg fg-fga 28-28 908-32.4 67-242 30-30 982-32.7 55-186 58-58 1890-32.6 122-428

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 21, vs. Eastern Wash., 1/5/08 FIELD GOALS MADE 6, at Texas Tech, 12/20/08 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 15, vs. Eastern Wash., 1/5/08 THREE-POINTERS MADE 5, Two Times Last vs. Montana State, 1/8/09 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 12, at Montana, 1/12/08 FREE THROWS MADE 8, vs. Eastern Wash., 1/5/08 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 12, vs. Eastern Wash., 1/5/08 REBOUNDS 5, Three Times Last at Northern Ariz., 1/19/08 ASSISTS 7, Two Times Last at Northern Colo., 1/31/08 BLOCKS 1, Three Times Last vs. Montana, 1/10/09 STEALS 3, Two Times Last at Weber State, 1/22/09

CAREER STATS

3-pointers rebounds pct fg-fga pct ft-fta pct off-def tot avg .277 51-196 .260 45-52 .865 4-57 61 2.2 .296 48-153 .314 11-16 .688 0-59 59 2.0 .285 99-349 .284 56-68 .824 4-116 120 2.1

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pf-fo a 40-0 99 43-0 85 83-0 184

to 73 67 140

blk 1 2 3

st pts-avg 23 230-8.2 17 169-5.6 40 399-6.9


FIELD-POLISSO

FIELD-POLISSO

BIG SKY STATS year 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs 16-16 16-16 32-32

total min-avg fg-fga 530-33.1 39-143 510-31.9 27-98 1040-32.5 66-241

pct .273 .274 .274

3-pointers fg-fga pct ft-fta 27-113 .239 31-35 23-84 .274 5-6 50-197 .254 36-41

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .886 1-33 34 2.1 .833 0-39 39 2.4 .878 1-72 73 2.3

21

pf-fo a 20-0 63 17-0 41 37-0 104

to blk st pts-avg 23 1 18 136-8.5 29 1 8 82-5.1 52 2 26 218-6.8

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KOSHIYAMA-DIAZ #1 TIKA KOSHIYAMA-DIAZ 5-6 • JUNIOR • GUARD • THIRD SEASON SAN JOSE, CALIF. • PINEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Appeared in all 30 contests, making eight starts...averaged 4.5 points,1.9 assists, and 1.7 rebounds per game...shot 84.1 percent from the foul line (37-of-44), which ranks fifth in single season school history...reached double figures twice...scored 10 points at Portland on Nov. 30...also scored 10 points against Idaho State in the Big Sky Tournament on March 12...hit a three-pointer with 19 seconds remaining in overtime to tie the game at 76-76 in the tournament game...blocked six shots from the guard position. AS A FRESHMAN (2007-08) Averaged 3.3 points and 1.0 assists per game during her freshman campaign...appeared CAREER HIGHS in 23 contests, making her first collegiate start against Montana State on Jan. 10...played POINTS a career-high 29 minutes in the Hornets overtime loss at Portland State on Feb. 9...scored a 12, at Idaho State, 2/28/08 career-high 12 points at Idaho State on Feb. 28...also scored in double figures at Fresno State, scoring 10 points on a 3-for-3 shooting performance from beyond the three-point arc...started FIELD GOALS MADE 5, at Idaho State, 2/28/08 her career with a stretch of 9-for-14 shooting from three-point territory. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Pinewood High School in Los Altos Hills, Calif...four year letterwinner for coach Doc Scheppler and the Panthers...earned first team all-Private School Athletic League honors during her senior campaign after averaging 9.5 points and 7.0 assists per game...had 231 assists to just 110 turnovers during her senior season running the point for Pinewood... named second team all-area by the Palo Alto Daily News and the San Jose Mercury News... formed a guard tandem with Hornet teammate Sami Field-Polisso that led the Panthers to back-to-back Division V State Titles in 2004-05 and 2005-06...played club ball with the West Valley Basketball Club. PERSONAL Born Oct. 19, 1989...daughter of Deborah Koshiyama...majoring in business administration.

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 8, at Idaho State, 2/28/08 THREE-POINTERS MADE 3, at Fresno State, 12/21/07 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 4, Five Times Last at Oregon State, 11/18/08 FREE THROWS MADE 4, Four Times Last at Weber State, 1/22/09 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 5, at Pacific, 12/22/08 REBOUNDS 4, Four Times Last vs. Weber State, 2/28/09 ASSISTS 6, vs. Northern Colo., 3/7/09 BLOCKS 1, Eight Times Last vs. Northern Colo., 3/7/09 STEALS 3, Two Times Last at Santa Clara, 11/20/08

year 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs min-avg 23-1 279-12.1 30-8 629-21.0 53-9 908-17.1

total fg-fga 25-64 40-126 65-190

CAREER STATS

pct .391 .317 .342

3-pointers fg-fga pct ft-fta 12-38 .316 14-21 17-59 .288 37-44 29-97 .299 51-65

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rebounds pct off-def tot avg .667 6-20 26 1.1 .841 13-37 50 1.7 .785 19-57 76 1.4

22

pf-fo 22-0 50-1 72-1

a to blk st pts-avg 24 26 2 14 76-3.3 57 70 6 22 134-4.5 81 96 8 36 210-4.0


KOSHIYAMA-DIAZ

KOSHIYAMA-DIAZ

BIG SKY STATS year 07-08 08-09 Totals

gp-gs min-avg 16-1 242-15.1 16-1 321-20.1 32-2 563-17.6

total fg-fga 21-56 19-58 40-114

3-pointers pct fg-fga pct .375 8-33 .242 .328 8-23 .348 .351 16-56 .286

ft-fta 13-18 18-20 31-38

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .722 6-16 22 1.4 .900 6-20 26 1.6 .816 12-36 48 1.5

23

pf-fo 19-0 24-0 43-0

a to blk st pts-avg 22 22 2 11 63-3.9 34 36 4 7 64-4.0 56 58 6 18 127-4.0

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GALLAGHER #25 KARRI GALLAGHER 6-3 • SOPHOMORE • CENTER • SECOND SEASON LAKE STEVENS, WASH. • LAKE STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09) Appeared in 27 of the team’s 30 games during her freshman campaign...averaged 1.9 points and 2.9 rebounds in 9.7 minutes per game as a reserve post player...scored a career-high 11 points on 4-of-4 shooting from the field in her collegiate debut at UNLV on Nov. 14...pulled down a career-high six rebounds at Pacific on Dec. 22...went 4-for-5 at the foul line at Portland State on Jan. 2, on her way to a six point, five rebound performance. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Lake Stevens High School in Lake Stevens, Wash...was a four-year let- CAREER HIGHS terwinner for the Vikings...earned first team all-WesCo North Division honors after averaging POINTS 14.1 points per game during her senior season...scored a career-high 33 points in the Vikings 11, at UNLV, 11/14/08 69-36 win over Mountlake Terrace...scored 20 or more points six times during her senior FIELD GOALS MADE season...was a second team all-WesCo North Division honoree during her junior season after 4, at UNLV, 11/14/08 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS averaging 11.0 points and 6.1 rebounds per game. 4, at UNLV, 11/14/08

FREE THROWS MADE 4, at Portland State, 1/4/09

PERSONAL Born May 18, 1990...parents are Tom and Alana Gallagher...major is undeclared.

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 5, at Portland State, 1/4/09 REBOUNDS 6, at Pacific, 12/22/08 ASSISTS 1, Three Times Last at Montana State, 2/14/09 BLOCKS 1, Five Times Last vs. Portland State, 2/7/09 STEALS 2, at San Diego State, 12/28/08

2008-09 STATS

gp-gs Overall 27-0 Big Sky 14-0

min-avg 263-9.7 89-6.4

total 3-pointers fg-fga pct fg-fga pct ft-fta 17-46 .370 0-0 .000 18-28 5-20 .250 0-0 .000 11-15

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rebounds pct off-def tot avg .643 23-54 77 2.9 .733 10-20 30 2.1

24

pf-fo 30-0 11-0

a 3 1

to blk st 19 5 6 8 2 2

pts-avg 52-1.9 21-1.5


JURGENS-DUENAS #30 KRISTINE JURGENS-DUENAS 6-1 • SOPHOMORE • CENTER • SECOND SEASON TRACY, CALIF. • MERRILL F. WEST HIGH SCHOOL

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09) Appeared in six games during her first season in the Green and Gold...played 10 minutes on the year, grabbing three offensive rebounds. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Merrill F. West High School in Tracy, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Joe Lawrence and the Wolfpack...led the Tri-City Athletic League in blocked shots during her senior season, averaging 2.9 per game...posted a near triple-double against El Camino, scoring nine points, grabbing 12 rebounds and blocking 10 shots...scored 14 points CAREER HIGHS on 7-for-9 shooting from the field against Santa Maria during her senior season...during her FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 2, vs. UTEP 12/30/08 sophomore season totaled 13 points and collected 16 rebounds against Edison. PERSONAL Born May 1, 1990...parents are T.K. Lewis and Debbie Jurgens-Lewis...major is undeclared.

REBOUNDS 2, vs. UTEP 12/30/08 ASSISTS 1, vs. UTEP 12/30/08

2008-09 STATS

gp-gs Overall 6-0 Big Sky 2-0

min-avg 10-1.7 3-1.5

total 3-pointers fg-fga pct fg-fga pct 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

ft-fta 0-0 0-0

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .000 3-0 3 0.5 .000 1-0 1 0.5

25

pf-fo 5-0 2-0

a 1 0

to 2 1

blk st 0 0 0 0

pts-avg 0-0.0 0-0.0

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PAYNE #13 NNEKA PAYNE 5-6 • SOPHOMORE • GUARD • SECOND SEASON AUBURN, WASH. • AUBURN HIGH SCHOOL

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09) Saw the court in 28 of the Hornets’ 30 games, making one start at Eastern Washington on Jan. 9...averaged 4.0 points and 0.9 rebounds per game...shot 40.8 percent from the field (42for-103) and 42.3 percent from three-point distance (22-for-52)...her three-point percentage ranks first in single season in school history...tallied a career-high 14 points at UNLV on Nov. 14 in her first collegiate game...scored 11 points and made a career-high tying three threepointers on Feb. 7 against Portland State...dished out a career-high four assists at Portland State on Jan. 2. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Auburn High School in Auburn, Wash....was a two-year letterwinner for the Trojans in basketball...spent her freshman and sophomore seasons at Auburn Riverside HS were she also earned two varsity letters...led her team to the Washington 3A State Tournament during her senior season...earned first team all-South Puget Sound League during her junior and seniors seasons...averaged 14.0 points and 3.1 assists per game during her junior campaign and 15.0 points per game during her final year for the Trojans...scored a careerhigh 29 points during her junior season against Bonny Lake which included 12 fourth quarter points and a 13-for-15 performance at the free-throw line...earned second team all-SPSL honors during her sophomore season, after leading the Trojans to a sixth place finish in the 3A Tournament...earned honorable mention all-SPSL honors as a freshman at Auburn Riverside.

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 14, at UNLV, 11/14/08 FIELD GOALS MADE 5, at UNLV, 11/14/08 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 15, at UNLV, 11/14/08 THREE-POINTERS MADE 3, Two Times Last vs. Portland State, 2/7/09 THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 5, Two Times Last vs. Portland State, 2/7/09 FREE THROWS MADE 2, Two Times Last vs. Montana, 1/10/09 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 4, at UNLV, 11/14/08

PERSONAL Born Nov. 2, 1989...guardians are Ed and Denise Bender...major is undeclared.

REBOUNDS 4, at Idaho State, 1/24/09 ASSISTS 4, at Portland State, 1/2/09 STEALS 3, at Idaho State, 1/24/09

2008-09 STATS

gp-gs min-avg Overall 28-1 275-9.8 Big Sky 16-1 183-11.4

total 3-pointers fg-fga pct fg-fga pct 42-103 .408 22-52 .423 25-58 .431 14-32 .438

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ft-fta 7-11 5-7

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .636 6-19 25 0.9 .714 4-13 17 1.1

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pf-fo 37-0 23-0

a to blk st pts-avg 20 37 1 14 113-4.0 18 24 1 10 69-4.3


WHITE #11 ALEX WHITE

5-7 • SOPHOMORE • GUARD • SECOND SEASON FOLSOM, CALIF. • FOLSOM HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09) Battled through a foot injury that forced her to miss all but 10 games during her freshman campaign...averaged 0.9 points and 1.4 rebounds per game...connected on her first career three-pointer on Dec. 14 against San Francisco...grabbed five rebounds in four minutes vs. UTEP on Dec. 30...corralled four offensive rebounds in just one minute of play at Idaho State on Jan. 24. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Folsom High School in Folsom, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner in CAREER HIGHS basketball and track for the Bulldogs...earned all-Delta River League honors during her final POINTS three seasons...was the Delta River League MVP during her junior season after leading the 3, vs. San Francisco, 12/14/08 GOALS MADE Bulldogs to the Division I Sac-Joaquin Section Semifinals...averaged 15.9 points and 8.2 FIELD 1, Two Times rebounds per game during her junior season...scored 31 points and grabbed 11 rebounds Last at Idaho State, 1/24/09 GOAL ATTEMPTS against Sheldon HS that season...finished her high school career averaging 13.0 points and FIELD 2, Three Times Last at Idaho State, 1/24/09 8.8 rebounds during her senior campaign. THREE-POINTERS MADE 1, vs. San Francisco, 12/14/08

PERSONAL Born July 26, 1990...parents are Steve and Karla White...undeclared major.

THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED 2, vs. San Francisco, 12/14/08 FREE THROWS MADE 2, vs. Montana, 1/10/09 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 3, at Northern Colo., 1/29/09 REBOUNDS 5, vs. UTEP, 12/30/08 ASSISTS 1. Three Times Last at Northern Colo., 1/29/09 STEALS 1, Three Times Last vs. Montana, 1/10/09

2008-09 STATS

gp-gs Overall 10-0 Big Sky 3-0

min-avg 31-3.1 7-2.3

total 3-pointers fg-fga pct fg-fga pct 2-9 .222 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-1 .000

ft-fta 4-10 3-6

rebounds pct off-def tot avg .400 6-8 14 1.4 .500 4-2 6 2.0

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pf-fo 3-0 0-0

a 3 2

to 2 1

blk st 0 3 0 1

pts-avg 9-0.9 5-1.7

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THE NEWCOMERS #12 MALLORIE FRANCO 5-10 • FRESHMAN • GUARD/FORWARD • FIRST SEASON FORTUNA, CALIF. • FORTUNA UNION HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Fortuna Union High School in Fortuna, Calif...a two-time first team allHumboldt Del Norte Conference selection for coach Mike Benbow and the Huskies...was named area defensive MVP and second team all-area by the Eureka Times-Standard...averaged 10.1 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game during her junior year...led the Huskies to a 25-5 record in 2007-08, leading the team in rebounding, steals, and blocked shots from the point guard position, while being named her team’s defensive player of the year...was a four-sport all-conference honoree during her four years, earning honorable mention honors in volleyball as a sophomore and soccer as a senior, while winning eight league titles in track and field...posted a personal record 5’7” mark in the high jump as a senior. PERSONAL Born July 31, 1991...parents are Rudy and Jill Franco...major is undeclared..

#22 SAM GIPSON

5-10 • FRESHMAN • GUARD/FORWARD • SECOND SEASON SAN LEANDRO, CALIF. • SAN LEANDRO HIGH SCHOOL 2008-09 Redshirted during her first season at Sacramento State HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of San Leandro High School in San Leandro, Calif....was a four-time allHayward Area Athletic League selection...earned first team honors as a senior for coach Eddie Arnold after averaging 17.5 points per game...earned third team all-East Bay honors from by the Oakland Tribune...scored a career-high 32 points in a game as a senior...earned all-tournament honors during the East Bay All Star Classic following her senior season...competed for the East Bay Xplosion and coach Mark Anger at the AAU level...earned team MVP and led the team to multiple tournament titles. PERSONAL Born Jan. 8, 1990...parents are Steve and Faye Gipson...majoring in criminal justice.

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THE NEWCOMERS #24 KYLIE KUHNS

6-0 • FRESHMAN • FORWARD • FIRST SEASON SALEM, ORE. • SPRAGUE HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Sprague High School in Salem, Ore...a three-time first team all-Central Valley Conference selection for coach Allison Galvin and the Olympians...averaged 13.7 points and 14.2 rebounds per game as a senior, earning honorable mention all-state honors...represented the state of Oregon in the Oregon-Washington Northwest All-Star Shootout...averaged 12.2 points and 14.4 rebounds per game during her junior year, while being named to the Statesman Journal all-region team...set the Oregon state record for rebounds in a game in 2007 against Rex Putnam, corralling 34 boards...tallied a career-high 23 points against Milwaukie HS during the 2007 season...also a standout in volleyball...was the Central Valley Conference player of the year as a senior and earned second team all-state honors...set the school’s all-time record for single-season and career kills...was named Salem Sports and Breakfast Club Harold Hauk female athlete of the year...competed at the club level for Oregon Elite. PERSONAL Born Jan. 16, 1991...parents are David and Sherril Kuhns...holds black belt in Taekwondo and competed in four Junior Olympic championships...major is undeclared.

#44 NATASHA TORGERSON 6-2 • FRESHMAN • FORWARD • FIRST SEASON GRANTS PASS, ORE. • GRANTS PASS HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Grants Pass High School in Grants Pass, Ore...earned first team all-Southwest Conference honors as a senior for coach Robert Lingo and the Cavemen...earned honorable mention all-state honors after averaging 12.1 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game in her final campaign...averaged 16.5 points per game in the Cavemen’s two playoff games...scored a career-high 22 points against South Medford HS on Feb. 3, 2009...was the leading female votegetter for the Mail Tribune High School All-Star Basketball Classic following the season...also was a second team all-Southwest Conference selection as a junior after averaging 9.5 points per game...was named to the Les Schwab South Coast Invitational all-tournament team after leading her squad to the title in 07-08...led her team with 14 points in a second round playoff loss to Sunset HS..earned second team all-SWC honors as a sophomore and honorable mention accolades as a freshman. PERSONAL Born Oct. 19, 1990...parents are John and Nancy Torgerson...plans to major in psychology.

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HORNET NOTEBOOK WHERE THEY’RE FROM

CAREER NUMBERS

California (9)

Games Played/Started

Jasmine Cannady (Sacramento) Emily Christensen (El Dorado Hills) Sami Field-Polisso (Mountain View) Mallorie Franco (Fortuna) Ashley Garcia (Antioch) Sam Gipson (San Leandro) Tika Koshiyama-Diaz (San Jose) Kristine Jurgens-Duenas (Tracy) Alex White (Folsom)

Washington (3)

Erika Edwards (Redmond) Karri Gallagher (Lake Stevens) Nneka Payne (Auburn)

Oregon (3)

Charday Hunt (Portland) Kylie Kuhns (Salem) Natasha Torgerson (Grants Pass)

HOW THEY GOT HERE JC Transfers (1)

Charday Hunt (Clackamas CC)

High School (14)

Erika Edwards .............. 85/56 Ashley Garcia ............... 76/15 Sami Field-Polisso ......... 58/58 Charday Hunt ............... 58/58 Jasmine Cannady .......... 57/31 Tika Koshiyama-Diaz ...... 53/9 Emily Christensen ............ 47/4 Nneka Payne .................. 28/1 Karri Gallagher .............. 27/0 Alex White ..................... 10/0 Kristine Jurgens-Duenas ..... 6/0

Minutes

Erika Edwards ................ 2102 Sami Field-Polisso ........... 1890 Charday Hunt ................. 1679 Jasmine Cannady ............ 1066 Tika Koshiyama-Diaz ........ 908 Emily Christensen .............. 883 Ashley Garcia ................... 603 Karri Gallagher ................ 263 Nneka Payne .................... 262 Alex White ......................... 31 Kristine Jurgens-Duenas ....... 10

Jasmine Cannady (Sheldon) Emily Christensen (Oak Ridge) Erika Edwards (Redmond) Sami Field-Polisso (Pinewood) Mallorie Franco (Fortuna Union) Karri Gallagher (Lake Stevens) Ashley Garcia (Deer Valley) Sam Gipson (San Leandro) Kristine Jurgens-Duenas (West) Tika Koshiyama-Diaz (Pinewood) Kylie Kuhns (Sprague) Nneka Payne (Auburn) Natasha Torgerson (Grants Pass) Alex White (Folsom)

Games as Points Leader*

BIRTHDAYS

Sami Field-Polisso ............... 29 Tika Koshiyama-Diaz ......... 8.5 Ashley Garcia ....................... 5 Emily Christensen .................. 4 Charday Hunt ....................... 3 Jasmine Cannady .................. 3 Erika Edwards ................... 1.5 Nneka Payne ........................ 1

Jan. 8, 1990.................Gipson Jan. 16, 1991................ Kuhns March 13, 1988 ........... Garcia March 28, 1988 ........ Edwards April 24, 1989 ...... Christensen May 1, 1990 ... Jurgens-Duenas May 18, 1990 ......... Gallagher June 3, 1989 .............Cannady June 18, 1987 ................. Hunt July 26, 1990 ................ White July 31, 1991 ............... Franco Oct. 19, 1989 . Koshiyama-Diaz Oct. 19, 1990 ..........Torgerson Oct. 26, 1988 ...... Field-Polisso Nov. 2, 1989 ................ Payne

Charday Hunt .................. 18.5 Erika Edwards ................... 7.5 Sami Field Polisso.................. 6 Emily Christensen ............... 3.5 Nneka Payne ........................ 2 Jasmine Cannady ............... 1.5

Games as Rebounds Leader*

Erika Edwards ................. 39.5 Charday Hunt .................... 2.5 Emily Christensen .................. 2 Jasmine Cannady ............... 0.5 Sami Field-Polisso .............. 0.5

Games as Assists Leader*

ERIKA EDWARDS

Double-Figure Scoring

Charday Hunt ..................... 33 Erika Edwards .................... 28 Sami Field-Polisso ............... 12 Emily Christensen ................ 12 Jasmine Cannady .................. 7 Tika Koshiyama-Diaz ............ 3 Nneka Payne ........................ 2 Karri Gallagher .................... 1

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Double-Figure Rebounds

Erika Edwards .................... 19 Emily Christensen .................. 2 Jasmine Cannady .................. 1

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Double-Doubles

Erika Edwards ...................... 9 Emily Christensen .................. 2

*half point given for sharing team-high honors


SCHEDULE INFORMATION 2009-10 SCHEDULE AND DIVISION I SERIES RECORDS Day Sun. Thu. Sun. Wed. Fri. Sun. Wed. Tue. Sun. Fri. Mon. Thu. Sat. Tue. Fri. Sat. Thu. Sat. Thu. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sat. Thu. Sat. Thu. Sat. Fri. Sat. Thu.-Sat. Wed.-Sun

Date Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Nov. 27 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 8 Dec. 13 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 31 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 11-13 Mar. 17-21

Opponent CAL STATE FULLERTON (AUDIO) UNLV (AUDIO) at Portland at Seattle University (AUDIO) vs. Memphis# (AUDIO) at Washington# (AUDIO) at Nevada (AUDIO) at Fresno State (AUDIO) at UC Davis (AUDIO) SAN JOSE STATE (AUDIO) ACADEMY OF ART% (AUDIO) EASTERN WASH.* (AUDIO) PORTLAND STATE* (AUDIO) at San Francisco (AUDIO) at Montana* (AUDIO) at Montana State* (AUDIO) NORTHERN COLO.* (AUDIO) NORTHERN ARIZ.* (AUDIO) WEBER STATE* (AUDIO) IDAHO STATE* (AUDIO) at Portland State* (AUDIO) at Eastern Washington* (AUDIO) PACIFIC (AUDIO) MONTANA STATE* (AUDIO) MONTANA* (AUDIO) at Northern Arizona* at Northern Colorado* at Idaho State* at Weber State* Big Sky Tournament NCAA First and Second Rounds

Time 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 5:35 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. TBA TBA

All Time Series Fullerton leads 4-1 UNLV leads 3-0 Portland leads 3-1 First Meeting First Meeting First Meeting Nevada leads 11-6 Fresno State leads 8-2 Davis leads 5-2 San Jose State leads 9-6 First Meeting Eastern Wash. leads 19-10 Portland State leads 21-7 San Francisco leads 5-2 Montana leads 26-0 Montana State leads 21-6 Sacramento State leads 4-2 Northern Ariz. leads 25-4 Weber State leads 23-3 Idaho State leads 27-0 Portland State leads 21-7 Eastern Wash. leads 19-10 Pacific leads 10-4 Montana State leads 21-6 Montana leads 26-0 Northern Ariz. leads 25-4 Sacramento State leads 4-2 Idaho State leads 27-0 Weber State leads 23-3 0-3 in Big Sky Tournament 0-0 all-time

All Times Pacific ALL CAPS and bold indicate home games (played at the Hornets Nest) * Denotes Big Sky Conference Games # Husky Classic, Seattle, Wash. (Host Washington, Sacramento State, Memphis and Eastern Washington) % Doubleheader with Men's Basketball (AUDIO) Game broadcast live on www.hornetsports.com, media relations director Brian Berger handles home contests, while assistant media relations director J.D. Fox will call the play-by-play on the road. All home games, and all road Big Sky contests available on Big Sky TV, a free service provided by the conference and B2 Networks. Visit www.bigskytv.org for more information.

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OPPONENT RECORDS Academy of Art .............. 0-0 Air Force ........................ 0-2 Alaska-Anchorage .......... 1-0 Alaska-Fairbanks ............ 1-0 American ....................... 1-1 Arizona .......................... 0-1 Arizona State.................. 0-1 Army.............................. 1-1 Azusa Pacific .................. 1-0 Bethany College .............. 1-0 Biola .............................. 1-0 Boise State ...................... 0-3 Bradley .......................... 0-1 Bucknell .......................... 0-1 Cal................................. 0-1 Cal Poly ......................... 6-7 Chicago State ................. 1-0 Colorado State ................ 0-3 Cal State Fullerton .......... 1-4 Cal State Northridge ..... 15-9 Cal State San Bernardino . 1-0 Dartmouth ...................... 1-0 Denver ........................... 0-1 Drake ............................. 0-1 Duke .............................. 0-1 Eastern Washington .... 10-19 Fordham ........................ 1-0 Fresno State ................... 2-8 George Washington ........ 0-1 Georgia ......................... 0-1 Gonzaga ........................ 2-4 Hawai’i .......................... 0-1 Holy Cross ...................... 0-1 Houston .......................... 0-1 Idaho ............................. 1-4 Idaho State................... 0-27 Iowa State ...................... 0-1 Jackson State .................. 1-0 Jacksonville State ............ 1-0 Kansas ........................... 0-2 Kansas State ................... 0-3 Lamar ............................ 1-1 Long Beach State ............. 1-1 Louisville ......................... 0-1 Loyola Marymount .......... 0-1 Maine ............................ 0-1 Marquette ....................... 1-0 Memphis ........................ 0-0 Mercer ........................... 0-1 Missouri State ................. 0-1 Montana ...................... 0-26

Montana State .............. 6-21 Navy .............................. 0-2 Nevada........................ 6-11 New Mexico State ........... 0-1 North Carolina ............... 0-1 North Carolina State ....... 0-1 North Texas .................... 1-0 NE Illinois ....................... 1-0 Northern Arizona ......... 4-25 Northern Colorado ......... 4-2 Notre Dame De Namur ... 1-0 Ohio .............................. 1-1 Ohio State ...................... 0-1 Oral Roberts ................... 0-1 Oregon State .................. 0-4 Pacific .......................... 4-10 Penn State ...................... 0-1 Pepperdine ..................... 0-2 Portland ......................... 1-3 Portland State .............. 7-21 Saint Mary’s ................. 0-16 Sam Houston State .......... 1-0 San Diego ...................... 1-5 San Diego State .............. 0-3 San Francisco ................. 2-5 San Jose Christian ........... 1-0 San Jose State ................ 6-9 Santa Clara .................... 2-8 Seattle University ............ 0-0 Seton Hall ....................... 0-1 Shippensburg ................. 1-0 Southern Utah ................. 6-9 Stanford ......................... 0-1 Texas ............................. 1-1 Texas A&M..................... 0-1 Texas Pan American ........ 0-2 Texas Tech ...................... 0-3 Tulane ............................ 0-1 UC Davis ........................ 2-5 UC Irvine ........................ 3-4 UCLA ............................. 0-2 UC Riverside ................... 2-3 UMKC ............................ 2-2 UNLV ............................. 0-3 USC ............................... 0-3 UTEP .............................. 0-1 Washington .................... 0-0 Washington State ............ 0-1 Weber State ................. 3-23 Wisconsin-Milwaukee ...... 1-0 Wofford ......................... 2-0 Wyoming ....................... 0-4

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BIG SKY CONFERENCE The Big Sky Conference is currently in its 47th year of athletic competition in 2009-10. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified in the Football Championship Subdivision (formally I-AA). The Big Sky returned to a nine-team format in 2006 with the addition of Northern Colorado. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996, Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time, the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. With the addition of Northern Colorado in 2006-07, the Big Sky spreads across eight states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, and now Colorado.

Doug Fullerton Commissioner

Ron Loghry

Jaynee Nadolski

Associate Commissioner

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Of the nine western-most states in the contiguous United States, only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., the legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. Harry Missildine of the Spokane SpokesmanReview called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, women's golf and soccer. The 2009-10 season will mark the 22nd year that the Big Sky Conference will sponsor championships in women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, will enter his 15th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81 while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

Asst. Commissioner/ Director of Compliance

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Asst. Commissioner/ Media Relations

Autumn Wehr Media Relations Director


TRAVEL INFORMATION Cheney, Wash. Eastern Washington Feb. 6 Missoula, Mont. Montana Jan. 15

Seattle, Wash. Seattle University Nov. 25 Seattle, Wash. Husky Classic Nov. 27-29

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Portland, Ore. Portland Nov. 22 Portland, Ore. Portland State Feb. 5 Davis, Calif. UC Davis Dec. 13 San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco Jan. 5 Fresno, Calif. Fresno State Dec. 8

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Bozeman, Mont. Montana State Jan. 16

Pocatello, Idaho Idaho State Mar. 5

Ogden, Utah Weber State Mar. 6

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Reno, Nev. Nevada Dec. 2 Flagstaff, Ariz. Northern Arizona Feb. 25

PORTLAND

Fairfield Inn and Suites 1200 North Anchor Way Portland, OR 97217 Ph: (503) 286-6336 Arrive: Nov. 21 from Sacramento Depart: Nov. 23 from Portland to Seattle

SEATTLE Renaissance Seattle Hotel 515 Madison Street Seattle, WA 98104 Ph: (206) 583-0300 Arrive: Nov. 23 from Portland Depart: Nov. 26 change hotels

HUSKY CLASSIC TOURNAMENT Crowne Plaza Seattle 1113 6th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 Ph: (206) 464-1980 Arrive: Nov. 26 from other hotel Return: Nov. 29 from Seattle

NEVADA John Ascuaga’s Nugget 1100 Nugget Ave Sparks, NV 89431 Ph: (800) 648-1177 Arrive: Dec. 1 from Sacramento Return: Dec. 2 from Reno

Greeley, Colo. Northern Colorado Feb. 27

MONTANA

NORTHERN ARIZONA

DoubleTree - Missoula Edgewater 100 Madison Missoula, MT 59808 Ph: (406) 542-4614 Arrive: Jan. 14 from Sacramento Depart: Jan. 15 from Missoula to Bozeman

Hilton Garden Inn - Flagstaff 350 West Forest Meadows Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 Ph: (928) 226-8888 Arrive: Feb. 24 from Sacramento Depart: Feb. 26 from Flagstaff to Greeley

MONTANA STATE

NORTHERN COLORADO

Best Western GranTree Inn 1325 N. 7th Ave. Bozeman, MT 59715 Ph: (406) 587-5261 Arrive: Jan. 16 from Missoula Return: Feb. 17 from Bozeman

Hampton Inn and Suites - Greeley 2350 W. 29th Street Greeley, CO 80631 Ph: (970) 339-5525 Arrive: Feb. 26 from Flagstaff Return: Feb. 28 from Greeley

PORTLAND STATE

IDAHO STATE

Marriott Portland City Center 520 Southwest Broadway Portland, OR 97205 Ph: (503) 226-6300 Arrive: Feb. 4 from Sacramento Depart: Feb. 5 from Portland to Cheney

Red Lion - Pocatello 1555 Pocatello Creek Road Pocatello, ID 83201 (208) 233-2200 Arrive: Mar. 4 from Sacramento Depart: Mar. 5 from Pocatello

EASTERN WASHINGTON

WEBER STATE

Holiday Inn Express - Cheney 111 Betz Road Cheney, WA 99004 Ph: (509) 235-1100 Arrive: Feb. 5 from Portland Return: Feb. 7 from Cheney

Hilton Garden Inn -Salt Lake/Layton 762 West Heritage Park Blvd Layton, UT 84041 Ph: (801) 416-8899 Arrive: Mar. 5 from Pocatello Return: Mar. 7 from Ogden

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2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent at UNLV

Date 11/14/08

Score W/L 71-92 L

POINTS 14-Payne

REBOUNDS 13-Edwards

at Oregon State at Santa Clara

11/16/08 11/20/08

45-100 L 62-52 W

15-Boyer 17-Field-Polisso

8-Boyer 10-Edwards

FRESNO STATE

11/23/08

68-74

L

25-Hunt

10-Boyer

at San Jose State at Portland

11/28/08 11/30/08

48-49 59-63

L L

15-Boyer 14-Cannady

11-Edwards 8-Hunt

UC IRVINE

12/03/08

53-54

L

18-Boyer

13-Edwards

ASSISTS 3-Garcia Field-Polisso 2-Koshiyama-Diaz 2-Edwards Hunt Field-Polisso 5-Hunt Field-Polisso 4-Field-Polisso 3-Field-Polisso Boyer 5-Field-Polisso

UC DAVIS

12/13/08

53-45

W

19-Hunt

12-Edwards

4-Field-Polisso

SAN FRANCISCO

12/14/08

55-64

L

15-Boyer

3-Koshiyama-Diaz

at Texas Tech

12/20/08

46-83

L

17-Field-Polisso

10-Edwards Boyer 9-Edwards

STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS 2-Koshiyama-Diaz 1-Boyer Cannady 2-Garcia 1-Hunt 3-Boyer None Koshiyama-Diaz Hunt 3-Field-Polisso 2-Boyer Hunt 2-(Four Tied) 1-Koshiyama-Diaz 2-Hunt 2-Hunt Koshiyama-Diaz 1-Edwards 1-Boyer Cannady Gallagher 4-Hunt 1-Koshiyama-Diaz Hunt Boyer 3-Edwards 2-Edwards

4-Field-Polisso

3-Cannady

at Pacific

12/22/08

64-76

L

24-Hunt

10-Boyer

5-Field-Polisso

at San Diego State%

12/28/08

47-75

L

18-Boyer

7-Edwards

vs UTEP%

12/30/08

49-67

L

7-Hunt

1-(Six Tied)

1-Edwards

at Portland State* 01/02/09 at Eastern Washington* 01/04/09

66-81 64-69

L L

2-Boyer 3-Cannady

2-Boyer 2-Boyer

MONTANA STATE*

01/08/09

88-86 WOT

9-Payne Boyer 19-Hunt 16-Edwards Hunt 27-Hunt

2-Field-Polisso Christensen Edwards 3-Hunt Koshiyama-Diaz 5-Field-Polisso 5-Koshiyama-Diaz

2-Hunt Field-Polisso 2-Gallagher

5-Cannady

3-Hunt

1-Koshiyama-Diaz

MONTANA*

01/10/09

67-77

L

14-Hunt

11-Boyer Edwards 7-Boyer

4-Garcia

1-(Five Tied)

NORTHERN ARIZONA* 01/18/09 at Weber State* 01/22/09 at Idaho State* 01/24/09

58-61 68-57 57-64

L W L

17-Hunt 26-Boyer 14-Edwards

10-Edwards 12-Edwards 11-Boyer

at Northern Colorado* 01/29/09

71-53

W

19-Hunt

10-Boyer

6-Christensen

6-Boyer

EASTERN WASH.*

02/05/09

74-67

W

25-Hunt

13-Edwards

2-Hunt Christensen

1-Edwards Koshiyama-Diaz

PORTLAND STATE*

02/07/09

65-74

L

9-Boyer

3-Garcia

2-Edwards

at Montana*

02/12/09

48-75

L

11-Boyer Payne 13-Hunt

3-Field-Polisso 3-Field-Polisso 2-Garcia Field-Polisso Payne 3-Christensen Koshiyama-Diaz 3-Payne Koshiyama-Diaz Field-Polisso 4-Garcia

2-Garcia Hunt 5-Boyer 3-Field-Polisso 3-Payne

6-Edwards

3-Christensen

1-Hunt

at Montana State*

02/14/09

63-78

L

19-Hunt

8-Christensen

2-(Four Tied)

2-Field-Polisso Hunt Payne 1-(Four Tied)

at Northern Arizona*

02/21/09

83-80 WOT

16-Cannady Christensen

8-Edwards

4-Hunt

2-Boyer Hunt

IDAHO STATE*

02/26/09

64-70

L

20-Christensen

5-Cannady

2-Christensen

WEBER STATE* NORTHERN COLO.*

02/28/09 03/07/09

59-53 74-60

W W

4-Koshiyama-Diaz 6-Koshiyama-Diaz

2-Edwards 1-Cannady

2-Boyer 3-Boyer

vs Idaho State$

03/12/09

76-78

LOT

18-Hunt 16-Edwards Hunt 23-Hunt

10-Cannady Edwards 10-Edwards 10-Edwards

1-Hunt Boyer 1-Hunt Boyer Edwards 1-Boyer

13-Boyer

4-Field-Polisso

2-Boyer Edwards Hunt

2-Boyer

9-Edwards 7-Edwards

* Big Sky Conference Game % Surf-n-Slam Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) $ Big Sky Tournament (Missoula, Mont.)

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1-Hunt Gallagher 1-Field-Polisso 1-Boyer

1-Gallagher 1-Hunt 1-Boyer


2008-09 STATISTICS 2008-09 OVERALL STATISTICS Name G-GS Charday Hunt 30-30 Atty Boyer 30-30 Erika Edwards 30-30 Emily Christensen 19-0 Sami Field-Polisso 30-30 Jasmine Cannady 29-6 Tika Koshiyama-Diaz 30-8 Nneka Payne 28-1 Karri Gallagher 27-0 Ashley Garcia 27-15 Alex White 10-0 Kristine Jurgens-Duenas 6-0 Team Sacramento State 30 Opponents 30 Score by Periods: Sacramento State Opponents

Min-Avg 981-32.7 864-28.8 889-29.6 358-18.8 982-32.7 542-18.7 629-21.0 275-9.8 263-9.7 251-9.3 31-3.1 10-1.7 6075 6075 1 836 998

FG-FGA 140-360 127-282 99-224 63-122 55-186 53-165 40-126 42-103 17-46 14-49 2-9 0-2

Pct .389 .450 .442 .516 .296 .321 .317 .408 .370 .286 .222 .000

3P-3PA 45-118 0-2 39-108 10-24 48-153 12-39 17-59 22-52 0-0 1-9 1-3 0-0

Pct FT-FTA Pct .381 103-125 .824 .000 77-114 .675 .361 34-44 .773 .417 27-36 .750 .314 11-16 .688 .308 37-54 .685 .288 37-44 .841 .423 7-11 .636 .000 18-28 .643 .111 11-19 .579 .333 4-10 .400 .000 0-0 .000

652-1674 .389 195-567 .344 746-1778 .420 165-497 .332 2 997 1050

OT 32 29

RB-Avg 146-4.9 196-6.5 243-8.1 78-4.1 59-2.0 60-2.1 50-1.7 25-0.9 77-2.9 18-0.7 14-1.4 3-0.5 113-3.8 366-501 .731 1082-36.1 420-622 .675 1166-38.9

PF-FO 82-3 81-3 105-6 46-1 43-0 46-0 50-1 37-0 30-0 33-0 3-0 5-0

A 51 29 42 25 85 35 57 20 3 34 3 1

TO 93 65 54 36 67 81 70 37 19 42 2 2 11 561-14 385 579 493-6 435 491

BK 14 29 8 1 2 1 6 1 5 0 0 0

PF-FO 40-0 55-2 48-3 42-1 17-0 26-0 23-0 24-0 22-0 0-0 11-0 2-0

BK 6 4 20 1 1 1 1 4 0 0 2 0

ST 38 27 21 20 17 22 22 14 6 10 3 0

Pts-Avg 428-14.3 331-11.0 271-9.0 163-8.6 169-5.6 155-5.3 134-4.5 113-4.0 52-1.9 40-1.5 9-0.9 0-0.0

67 200 1865-62.2 93 288 2077-69.2

Total 1865 2077

2008-09 BIG SKY STATISTICS

Score by Periods: Sacramento State Opponents

Min-Avg 525-32.8 462-28.9 424-26.5 322-20.1 510-31.9 232-15.5 183-11.4 321-20.1 172-10.8 7-2.3 89-6.4 3-1.5 3250 3250 1 476 520

FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct 78-187 .417 27-61 .443 64-138 .464 24-64 .375 59-133 .444 0-0 .000 58-107 .542 8-19 .421 27-98 .276 23-84 .274 20-58 .345 8-20 .400 25-58 .431 14-32 .438 19-58 .328 8-23 .348 13-32 .406 1-7 .143 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 5-20 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 369-892 392-982 2 568 565

OT 25 20

.414 113-311 .363 .399 70-243 .288

FT-FTA 60-75 25-32 37-55 27-36 5-6 21-28 5-7 18-20 6-11 3-6 11-15 0-0

218-291 .749 251-349 .719

Total 1069 1105

2008-09 SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Points ....................................27, 27, Charday Hunt vs. Montana State (1/8/09) Field Goals ................................... 11, Atty Boyer at Weber State (1/22/09) Field Goals Att. ............................. 19, Atty Boyer at Weber State (1/22/09) Three-Pointers .... 5, Two Times (last Sami Field-Polisso vs. Montana State (1/8/09) Three-Pointers Att. ....10, 10, Two Times (last Sami Field-Polisso at Montana State (2/14/09) Free Throws ........ 11, Two Times (last Charday Hunt at Weber State (1/22/09) Free Throws Att. ....................... 14, Atty Boyer vs. San Francisco (12/14/08) Rebounds ............... 13, Four Times (last Atty Boyer vs. Idaho State (3/12/09) Assists ................... 6, Tika Koshiyama-Diaz vs. Northern Colorado (3/7/09) Steals ......................... 6, Emily Christensen at Northern Colorado (1/29/09) Blocks ................................... 6, Atty Boyer at Northern Colorado (1/29/09)

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Pct .800 .781 .673 .750 .833 .750 .714 .900 .545 .500 .733 .000

RB-Avg 81-5.1 131-8.2 91-5.7 72-4.5 39-2.4 34-2.3 17-1.1 26-1.6 11-0.7 6-2.0 30-2.1 1-0.5 65-4.1 604-37.8 613-38.3

310-6 262-4

A 25 23 14 21 41 18 18 34 27 2 1 0

TO 52 27 27 31 29 33 24 36 31 1 8 1 2 224 302 220 239

ST 18 11 17 19 8 9 10 7 6 1 2 0

Pts-Avg 243-15.2 177-11.1 155-9.7 151-9.4 82-5.1 69-4.6 69-4.3 64-4.0 33-2.1 5-1.7 21-1.5 0-0.0

40 108 1069-66.8 51 147 1105-69.1

ATTY BOYER

Name G-GS Charday Hunt 16-16 Erika Edwards 16-16 Atty Boyer 16-16 Emily Christensen 16-0 Sami Field-Polisso 16-16 Jasmine Cannady 15-0 Nneka Payne 16-1 Tika Koshiyama-Diaz 16-1 Ashley Garcia 16-14 Alex White 3-0 Karri Gallagher 14-0 Kristine Jurgens-Duenas 2-0 Team Sacramento State 16 Opponents 16

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2008-09 SUPERLATIVES 2008-09 SUPERLATIVES AND GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS 2008-09 SUPERLATIVES SACRAMENTO STATE TEAM HIGHS

Points ........... 88, vs. Montana State (1/8/09) FG .................. 30, vs. Idaho State (3/12/08) FGA ................ 75, vs. Idaho State (3/12/08) FG% .... .605 (26-43), vs. Northern Colo. (3/7/09) 3PT FG ............14, vs. Montana State (1/8/09) 3PT FGA .. 27, Twice (last at Idaho State 1/24/09) 3PT% .. .583 (14-24), vs. Montana State (1/8/09) FTM ............ 22, at Northern Ariz. (2/21/09) FTA ..27, Twice (last at Northern Ariz. 2/21/09) FT% ........ .1.000, (7-7), at Portland (11/30/08) Rebounds .. 45, Twice (last at Northern Ariz. 2/21/09) Assists .......... 21, vs. Montana State (1/8/09) Steals ........ 12, vs. San Francisco (12/14/08) Blocks .....4, at Northern Colorado (1/29/09) Turnovers ... 29, at San Diego State (12/28/08) Fouls ...................... 29, at UNLV (11/14/08)

OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS

SAMI FIELD-POLISSO

POINTS ..... 100, at Oregon State (11/16/08) FG .............. 36, at Oregon State (11/16/08) FGA ............. 75, vs. Montana State (1/8/09) FG% .....579 (33-57), at Texas Tech (12/20/08) 3PT FG ... 12, Twice (last at Oregon State 11/16/08) 3PT FGA ...... 28, vs. Fresno State (11/23/08) 3PT% .. .615 (8-13), vs. Idaho State (3/12/09) FTM ...... 24, at Eastern Washington (1/4/09) FTA ... 36, Twice (last at San Diego State 12/28/08) FT% ....889 (16-18), at Oregon State (11/16/08) Rebounds ...... 50, vs. Weber State (2/28/08) Assists ......... 21, at Oregon State (11/16/08) Steals ..17, Twice (last at Northern Ariz. 2/21/09) Blocks ...... 6, Twice (last vs. Idaho State 2/26/09) Turnovers ...... 29, at Santa Clara (11/20/08) Fouls .22, Six Times (last vs. Northern Ariz. 2/21/09)

FG-A SAC 24-68 UNLV 30-64 SAC 15-42 Oregon State 36-65 SAC 20-54 Santa Clara 21-55 SAC 15-58 UC Irvine 31-58 Fresno State 24-60 SAC 27-59 SAC 21-60 San Jose State 21-52 SAC 23-57 Portland 23-57 UC Irvine 20-52 SAC 20-52 UC Davis 17-52 SAC 15-49 San Francisco 19-54 SAC 16-55 SAC 18-58 Texas Tech 33-57 SAC 22-51 Pacific 29-67 SAC 16-49 San Diego State 27-53 SAC 16-53 UTEP 26-54 SAC 22-49 Portland State 28-70 SAC 23-53 Eastern Wash. 21-56 Montana State 35-75 SAC 27-58 Montana 24-52 SAC 23-50 Northern Ariz. 24-60 SAC 18-55 SAC 23-54 Weber State 20-63 SAC 19-64 Idaho State 22-52 SAC 24-56 Northern Colo. 16-51 Eastern Wash. 28-69 SAC 28-52 Portland State 23-60 SAC 22-66 SAC 18-54 Montana 28-63 SAC 21-55 Montana State 29-72 SAC 25-57 Northern Ariz. 28-66 Idaho State 26-54 SAC 27-64 Weber State 20-59 SAC 23-62 Northern Colo. 20-60 SAC 26-43 Idaho State* 28-54 SAC 30-75

PCT. .353 .469 .357 .554 .370 .382 .259 .534 .400 .458 .350 .404 .404 .404 .385 .385 .327 .306 .352 .291 .310 .579 .431 .433 .327 .509 .302 .481 .449 .400 .434 .375 .467 .466 .462 .460 .400 .327 .426 .317 .297 .423 .429 .314 .406 .538 .383 .333 .333 .444 .382 .403 .439 .424 .481 .422 .339 .371 .333 .605 .519 .400

Home team listed second *Big Sky Tournament Game

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3PT-A 6-19 12-27 4-12 12-26 7-22 2-16 2-18 3-10 10-28 10-23 2-18 7-21 6-11 3-14 5-12 4-15 3-13 7-25 8-23 5-15 7-22 5-13 7-17 7-20 3-12 4-13 7-20 9-15 4-7 4-20 11-27 3-13 6-16 14-24 6-11 9-21 0-9 4-18 2-11 5-18 8-27 6-13 7-18 3-16 4-11 5-15 5-18 7-21 4-24 7-16 7-21 3-14 11-23 4-14 6-17 7-17 4-15 4-20 4-22 9-17 8-13 7-25

PCT. .316 .444 .333 .462 .318 .125 .111 .300 .357 .435 .111 .333 .545 .214 .417 .267 .231 .280 .348 .333 .318 .385 .412 .350 .250 .308 .350 .600 .571 .200 .407 .231 .375 .583 .545 .429 .000 .222 .182 .278 .296 .462 .389 .188 .364 .333 .278 .333 .167 .438 .333 .214 .478 .286 .353 .412 .267 .200 .182 .529 .615 .280

REBOUNDS

FT-A PCT. OFF/DEF/TOT PF AS 17-25 .680 16/29/45 29 16 20-36 .556 14/32/46 22 19 11-15 .733 9/12/21 17 5 16-18 .889 18/20/38 19 21 15-23 .652 9/21/30 17 6 8-11 .727 15/28/43 22 14 12-18 .667 19/20/39 24 6 13-20 .650 13/28/41 20 20 16-28 .571 20/24/44 11 19 4-5 .800 9/24/33 20 17 4-6 .667 15/19/34 7 12 0-1 .000 11/25/36 11 11 7-7 1.000 9/20/29 20 12 14-20 .700 17/22/39 13 15 9-12 .750 7/20/27 16 12 9-12 .750 15/28/43 17 11 8-13 .615 9/32/41 22 9 16-24 .667 6/29/35 15 10 18-26 .692 13/31/44 15 14 18-22 .818 11/27/38 16 11 3-7 .429 11/13/24 15 12 12-15 .800 10/32/42 12 19 13-19 .684 13/24/37 18 12 11-19 .579 21/20/41 22 16 12-16 .750 15/18/33 25 9 17-36 .472 19/19/38 19 15 10-19 .526 12/22/34 18 12 6-18 .333 10/29/39 15 18 18-27 .667 9/25/34 24 12 21-26 .808 19/24/43 22 20 7-10 .700 9/24/33 21 15 24-30 .800 14/22/36 13 11 10-13 .769 15/20/35 20 17 20-25 .800 15/27/42 18 21 23-28 .821 9/24/33 16 14 12-15 .800 4/23/27 22 14 13-19 .684 14/27/41 22 13 18-25 .720 13/27/40 18 9 20-22 .909 9/30/39 15 7 12-20 .600 17/23/40 17 12 11-15 .733 21/19/40 20 10 14-18 .778 13/28/41 14 16 16-20 .800 8/29/37 23 13 18-25 .720 10/26/36 19 7 7-10 .700 13/17/30 19 17 13-22 .591 13/29/42 14 17 23-35 .657 14/35/49 16 15 14-16 .875 11/28/39 25 16 8-15 .533 11/21/32 18 9 12-18 .667 19/29/48 13 14 14-20 .700 14/30/44 21 10 17-25 .680 17/25/42 14 12 22-27 .815 15/30/45 20 17 20-30 .667 13/21/34 19 17 12-17 .706 7/23/30 8 16 3-6 .500 16/25/41 18 19 9-13 .692 21/29/50 16 8 9-11 .818 12/20/32 14 15 16-22 .727 13/12/25 14 11 13-15 .867 5/32/37 19 20 14-20 .700 5/30/35 12 13 9-10 .900 16/26/42 17 16

TO 22 19 27 15 21 29 28 21 13 16 20 26 19 19 10 18 25 19 22 22 15 12 27 17 29 17 12 12 22 14 19 15 15 23 17 21 16 19 12 14 14 15 18 23 12 23 15 15 18 17 27 13 25 14 11 17 19 9 9 20 16 10

BK 1 6 1 2 0 2 1 1 0 5 1 6 3 6 1 2 2 3 5 4 2 3 1 2 1 3 1 1 3 3 2 2 5 1 2 5 1 1 1 4 1 2 6 2 3 2 6 5 1 4 2 3 3 5 6 1 3 2 0 4 3 2

ST Score 7 71 11 92 3 45 17 100 11 62 8 52 4 44 10 78 5 74 6 68 8 48 6 49 5 59 11 63 9 54 2 53 12 45 7 53 11 64 12 55 7 46 9 83 7 64 16 76 5 47 16 75 6 49 5 67 5 66 4 81 7 64 6 69 13 86 7 88 12 77 8 67 11 61 10 58 7 68 5 57 7 57 7 64 10 71 7 53 12 67 7 74 10 74 8 65 8 48 7 75 4 63 15 78 6 83 17 80 7 70 3 64 2 53 6 59 12 60 5 74 5 78 6 76


BIG SKY TEAM LEADERS 2008-09 BIG SKY TEAM LEADERS SCORING OFFENSE Team Montana State Portland State Montana Northern Colorado Eastern Washington Weber State Sacramento State Idaho State Northern Arizona

G 30 33 33 30 29 29 30 31 30

SCORING DEFENSE Team Montana Portland State Northern Colorado Idaho State Eastern Washington Weber State Sacramento State Northern Arizona Montana State

G 33 33 30 31 29 29 30 30 30

SCORING MARGIN Team Montana Portland State Montana State Northern Colorado Eastern Washington Idaho State Weber State Sacramento State Northern Arizona

W-L 15-15 23-10 28-5 12-18 10-19 10-19 9-21 11-20 9-21

G 33 33 30 30 29 31 29 30 30

Pts 1831 2151 2005 2077 1986 2003 2077 2080 2237

OFF 69.4 70.1 74.1 64.4 63.9 61.6 62.5 62.2 60.4

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Team Montana Weber State Portland State Montana State Sacramento State Eastern Washington Idaho State Northern Colorado Northern Arizona

G 33 29 33 30 30 29 31 30 30

Pts Avg/G 2224 74.1 2314 70.1 2291 69.4 1932 64.4 1854 63.9 1813 62.5 1865 62.2 1910 61.6 1813 60.4

FTM 462 384 413 410 366 363 379 456 390

Avg/G 55.5 65.2 66.8 67.0 68.5 69.1 69.2 69.3 74.6

DEF 55.5 65.2 74.6 66.8 68.5 67.0 69.1 69.2 69.3

Mar. +13.9 +4.9 -0.4 -2.4 -4.6 -5.4 -6.6 -7.1 -8.9

FTA 620 521 562 560 501 500 528 637 557

Pct .745 .737 .735 .732 .731 .726 .718 .716 .700

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Team Montana Montana State Portland State Eastern Washington Idaho State Sacramento State Northern Colorado Northern Arizona Weber State

G 33 30 33 29 31 30 30 30 29

FG 827 822 855 666 673 652 637 643 624

FGA 1937 1950 2051 1686 1705 1674 1647 1751 1706

Pct .427 .422 .417 .395 .395 .389 .387 .367 .366

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE Team G FG FGA Montana 33 654 1886 Idaho State 31 750 1857 Portland State 33 770 1887 Northern Colorado 30 718 1718 Sacramento State 30 746 1778 Weber State 29 744 1763 Eastern Washington 29 671 1582 Montana State 30 815 1916 Northern Arizona 30 742 1728

Pct .347 .404 .408 .418 .420 .422 .424 .425 .429

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Team Montana Sacramento State Eastern Washington Montana State Northern Colorado Idaho State Weber State Portland State Northern Arizona

G 33 30 29 30 30 31 29 33 30

FG 175 195 159 170 202 185 181 191 137

REBOUNDING MARGIN Team Montana Portland State Eastern Wash. Northern Ariz. Weber State Montana State Sacramento St. Idaho State Northern Colo.

G 33 33 29 30 29 30 30 31 30

TM 1312 1288 1076 1137 1101 1150 1082 1069 994

Avg 39.8 39.0 37.1 37.9 38.0 38.3 36.1 34.5 33.1

FGA 505 567 467 505 619 577 568 603 446

OPP 1195 1206 1042 1176 1149 1234 1166 1257 1190

Pct .347 .344 .340 .337 .326 .321 .319 .317 .307

Avg 36.2 36.5 35.9 39.2 39.6 41.1 38.9 40.5 39.7

Mar. +3.5 +2.5 +1.2 -1.3 -1.7 -2.8 -2.8 -6.1 -6.5

BLOCKED SHOTS

Team Montana Portland State Idaho State Montana State Eastern Washington Northern Colorado Weber State Sacramento State Northern Arizona

ASSISTS

Team Portland State Montana Idaho State Eastern Washington Weber State Northern Arizona Montana State Sacramento State Northern Colorado

STEALS

Team Northern Colorado Portland State Montana State Montana Eastern Washington Idaho State Northern Arizona Sacramento State Weber State

G 33 33 31 30 29 30 29 30 30

Blocks Avg/G 133 4.0 110 3.3 95 3.1 88 2.9 85 2.9 84 2.8 68 2.3 67 2.2 57 1.9

G 33 33 31 29 29 30 30 30 30

Assts 509 451 418 386 384 390 386 385 335

Avg/G 15.4 13.7 13.5 13.3 13.2 13.0 12.9 12.8 11.2

G 30 33 30 33 29 31 30 30 29

Steals 253 267 240 255 219 224 206 200 163

Avg/G 8.4 8.1 8.0 7.7 7.6 7.2 6.9 6.7 5.6

3FG 202 195 181 185 191 170 159 175 137

Avg/G 6.7 6.5 6.2 6.0 5.8 5.7 5.5 5.3 4.6

Neutral 1-3 1-0 2-2 2-2 0-2 1-1 2-2 0-1 0-1

Streak L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L4 L5 W1

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Team Northern Colorado Sacramento State Weber State Idaho State Portland State Montana State Eastern Washington Montana Northern Arizona

G 30 30 29 31 33 30 29 33 30

2008-09 BIG SKY STANDINGS Team Montana*#$ Portland State# Montana State# Idaho State# Sacramento State# Northern Arizona# Northern Colorado Eastern Washington Weber State

Conference W 15 14 8 7 7 6 5 5 5

L 1 2 8 9 9 10 11 11 11

Pct. .938 .875 .500 .438 .438 .375 .313 .313 .313

Home 8-0 7-1 5-3 3-5 4-4 3-3 4-4 4-4 3-5

Away 7-1 7-1 3-5 4-4 3-5 3-7 1-7 1-7 2-6

Overall

W 28 23 15 11 9 9 12 10 10

L 5 10 15 20 21 21 18 19 19

Pct. .848 .697 .500 .355 .300 .300 .400 .345 .345

Home 17-1 12-2 9-4 4-7 5-7 5-9 8-4 8-6 7-8

Away 10-1 10-8 4-9 5-11 4-12 3-11 2-12 2-12 3-10

*Regular Season Champion, $Tournament Champion, #Participated in Big Sky Tournament

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BIG SKY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 2008-09 BIG SKY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS All-Conference

First Team Mandy Morales, Sr., Guard - UM Kelsey Kahle, Sr., Forward - PSU Claire Faucher, Jr., Guard - PSU Erika Perry, Jr., Guard - MSU Sonya Rogers, Sr., Guard - UM Michelle Grohs, Sr., Forward - ISU

Second Team Charday Hunt, Jr., Forward - SAC Sade Cunningham, Sr., Guard - NAU Courtney Stoermer, So., Guard - NC Nubia Garcia, Sr., Forward - MSU Britney Lohman, Sr., Forward - UM Jenna Brown, Sr., Guard - ISU

Honorable Mention Julie Piper, Eastern Washington Sarah Ena, Montana Kelli Valentine, Portland State Caitlin Anderson, Weber State

Most Valuable Player Mandy Morales, Sr., Guard - UM

Top Newcomer Sarah Conner, Jr., Guard - WSU

Defensive Player of the Year Kelsey Kahle, Sr., Forward - PSU

Outstanding Freshman Katie Bussey, Fr., Guard - MSU

Coach of the Year Robin Selvig, UM

Scoring

Player G MORALES, Mandy-UM 33 KAHLE, Kelsey-PSU 33 HUNT, Charday-SAC 30 GROHS, Michelle-ISU 31 PERRY, Erica-MSU 30 ROGERS, Sonya-UM 33 IACOVITA, Oana-ISU 31 SCHNIBBE, Tonya-WSU 29 STOERMER, Courtney-NC 30 BROWN, Jenna-ISU 31 ANDERSON, Caitlin-WSU 29 COX, Whitley-NC 28

FG 194 196 140 163 146 160 168 121 125 114 137 134

3FG 49 0 45 62 15 71 10 15 43 28 29 2

FT 122 154 103 47 105 59 62 118 91 134 60 79

PTS 559 546 428 435 412 450 408 375 384 390 363 349

AVG 16.9 16.5 14.3 14.0 13.7 13.6 13.2 12.9 12.8 12.6 12.5 12.5

FGA 267 373 402 339 306 369 282 302 257 224

PCT .532 .525 .483 .478 .477 .455 .450 .444 .444 .442

G 29 33 33 33 30 31 30 30 29 30

G 29 33 30 33 31 30 29 30 30 31

Assists 194 220 177 152 129 111 94 96 85 80

Avg 6.7 6.7 5.9 4.6 4.2 3.7 3.2 3.2 2.8 2.6

G 29 33 29 31 30 28 30 30 33 30

3FG 63 71 60 62 56 45 48 45 49 43

Avg 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.4

FG 142 196 194 162 146 168 127 134 114 99

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TOT 256 250 243 241 219 198 224 196 181 211 181 201

Avg 8.8 8.6 8.1 7.8 7.1 6.8 6.8 6.5 6.5 6.4 6.2 6.1

Player FAUCHER, Claire-PSU PERRY, Erica-MSU STOERMER, Courtney-NC SCHNIBBE, Tonya-WSU GARCIA, Nubia-MSU CUNNINGHAM, Sade-NAU COOPER, Chene-EWU DIEHL, Devin-ISU MORALES, Mandy-UM KAHLE, Kelsey-PSU

G 33 30 30 29 29 30 29 31 33 33

Steals 79 71 68 53 52 51 47 48 51 50

Avg 2.4 2.4 2.3 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.5

Player MORALES, Mandy-UM KAHLE, Kelsey-PSU HUNT, Charday-SAC KEVORKEN, Kate-NC PIPER, Julie-EWU CONNER, Sarah-WSU SCHNIBBE, Tonya-WSU BROWN, Jenna-ISU COX, Whitley-NC PERRY, Erica-MSU

G 33 33 30 30 29 28 29 31 28 30

FTM 122 154 103 80 90 64 118 134 79 105

FTA 144 186 125 98 115 82 153 174 103 139

Pct .847 .828 .824 .816 .783 .780 .771 .770 .767 .755

Blocks 48 42 32 30 29 28 27 25 24 24

Avg 1.5 1.3 1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.7

Blocked Shots

3-Pointers Made Player THORDERSON, Ali-WSU ROGERS, Sonya-UM EVANS, Kyla-EWU GROHS, Michelle-ISU KEVORKEN, Kate-NC CONNER, Sarah-WSU FIELD-POLISSO, Sami-SAC HUNT, Charday-SAC MORALES, Mandy-UM STOERMER, Courtney-NC

G OFF DEF 29 98 158 29 90 160 30 78 165 31 70 171 31 69 150 29 100 98 33 79 145 30 67 129 28 51 130 33 92 119 29 55 126 33 75 126

Free Throw Percentage

Assists Player SCHNIBBE, Tonya-WSU FAUCHER, Claire-PSU CUNNINGHAM, Sade-NAU MORALES, Mandy-UM BROWN, Jenna-ISU PERRY, Erica-MSU HUNTINGTON, Jessica-EWU STOERMER, Courtney-NC FIELD-POLISSO, Sami-SAC DIEHL, Devin-ISU

Player ANDERSON, Caitlin-WSU GARCIA, Nubia-MSU EDWARDS, Erika-SAC GROHS, Michelle-ISU IACOVITA, Oana-ISU PIPER, Julie-EWU ENA, Sarah-UM BOYER, Atty-SAC SCHAFER, Katie-NAU KAHLE, Kelsey-PSU O’NEILL, Joey-WSU LOHMAN, Britney-UM

Steals

Field Goal Percentage Player GARCIA, Nubia-MSU KAHLE, Kelsey-PSU MORALES, Mandy-UM VALENTINE, Kelli-PSU PERRY, Erica-MSU IACOVITA, Oana-ISU BOYER, Atty-SAC CUNNINGHAM, Sade-NAU SCOTT, Nicole-EWU EDWARDS, Erika-SAC

Rebounding

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Player GROHS, Michelle-ISU LOHMAN, Britney-UM O’NEILL, Joey-WSU GARCIA, Nubia-MSU BOYER, Atty-SAC SCOTT, Nicole-EWU CREMER, Courtney-PSU STRAND, Sarah-MSU KAHLE, Kelsey-PSU BECK, Lauren-UM

G 31 33 29 29 30 29 30 30 33 33


CAREER LEADERS

Shelby Boudreaux

Susan Digitale

Points

Free Throws Made

Scoring Average

Free Throws Attempted

Field Goals Made

Free Throw Percentage

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 .............. 2,064 Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 ........... 1,729 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............ 1,438 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............ 1,322 Terri Lugert, 1987-91 .............. 1,306 Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 ...... 1,023 Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 .... 1,013 Michelle St. Clair, 1997-01 ........ 979 Jeanine Miller, 1982-86 ............. 948 Atty Boyer, 2005-09 .................. 901 Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ........... 27.2 Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 ............. 19.7 Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................ 19.1 Tressie Millender, 1991-93 ........ 15.0 Cheryl Bradley, 1981-83 ........... 14.7 Darlene Smartt, 1979-81 .......... 14.6 Sephora Scoubes, 1999-01 ....... 14.1 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 .............. 13.3 Terri Lugert, 1987-91 ................ 12.7 Karen Littleton, 1975-79 ............ 12.6 Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................. 733 Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 .............. 602 Terri Lugert, 1987-91 ................. 477 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............... 468 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............... 427 Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 ......... 420 Jeanine Miller, 1982-86 ............. 390 Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 ....... 370 Atty Boyer, 2005-09 .................. 337 Michelle St. Clair, 1997-01 ........ 313

Stephanie Cherry Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jeanine Miller

Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 .............. 1,745 Terri Lugert, 1987-91 .............. 1,244 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............ 1,191 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............ 1,107 Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 ........... 1,098 Jeanine Miller, 1982-86 ............. 977 Stephanie Cherry, 2003-07 ........ 916 Michelle St. Clair, 1997-01 ........ 887 Kim Sheehy, 2004-2007 ............ 880 Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 ....... 790

Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ........... .645 Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 ........ .560 Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 ............. .548 Celine Kabwasa, 1985-89 ........ .531 Jeanne Walker, 1983-85 ......... .502 Seleta Ellis, 1979-83 ................. .493 Stefanie Fontana, 1978-80 ........ .492 Cheryl Bradley, 1981-83 ........... .488 Jane Trippet, 1976-77 .............. .478 Allison Espinosa, 1990-92 ........ .477

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................. 572 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............... 372 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............... 360 Terri Lugert, 1987-91 ................. 320 Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 ....... 262 Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 .............. 257 Atty Boyer, 2005-09 .................. 225 Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 ......... 183 Sephora Scoubes, 1999-01 ........ 178 Michelle St. Clair, 1997-01 ........ 178 Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................. 800 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............... 480 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............... 438 Terri Lugert, 1987-91 ................. 413 Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 ....... 385 Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 .............. 338 Atty Boyer, 2005-09 .................. 328 Jeanine Miller, 1982-86 ............. 301 Chalmers Bebber, 1989-93 ........ 256 Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 ......... 254

(min. 100 free throws made) 1. Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 .............. .827 2. Cindy Alldrin, 2004-06 ............. .808 3. Michelle St. Clair, 1997-01 ....... .777 Kellie Kuelper, 1993-97 ............ .777 5. Julie Wastell, 1995-99 .............. .775 Terri Lugert, 1987-91 ................ .775 7. Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 ............. .760 8. Tressie Millender, 1991-93 ........ .755 9. Sephora Scoubes, 1999-01 ....... .733 10. Stephanie Cherry, 2003-07 ....... .728

3-Pointers Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Kim Sheehy, 2004-07 ................ 176 Michelle St. Clair, 1997-01 ........ 175 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............... 142 Sami Field-Polisso, 2007-Pres. ..... 99 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ................. 99 Stephanie Cherry, 2003-07 .......... 98 Kerri Dunn, 1998-00 ................... 91 Tressie Millender, 1991-93 ........... 91 Kris Karley, 1994-97 ................... 89 Diane Peterson, 2002-04 ............. 72

3-Pointers Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kim Sheehy, 2004-07 ................ 535 Michelle St. Clair, 1997-01 ........ 524 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............... 399 Stephanie Cherry, 2003-07 ........ 352 Sami Field-Polisso, 2007-Pres .... 349 Kris Karley, 1994-97 ................. 325 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............... 312 Diane Peterson, 2002-04 ........... 300 Kerri Dunn, 1998-00 ................. 272 Tressie Millender, 1991-93 ......... 266

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• From 2004-07, guard Kim Sheehy made 176 three-pointers in 535 attempts, ranking first in program history in both categories.


CAREER LEADERS 3-Point Field Goal Pct.

(min. 10 made) 1. Emily Christensen, 2007-Pres. .... .420 2. Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 ...... .392 3. Patti Melchoir, 1988-90 ............ .390 4. Caree Anderson, 1990-95 ........ .386 5. Kristin Niemann, 1997-99 ......... .358 6. Celine Kabwasa, 1985-89 ........ .357 7. Rexanne Rodriguez, 1999-01. ... .356 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 .............. .356 9. Lindsay Calmettes, 2004-06 ...... .355 10. Tressie Millender, 1991-93 ........ .342

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Heather Baker, 1989-93 ............ 453 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............... 366 Terri Lugert, 1987-91 ................. 254 Kris Karley, 1994-1997 ............. 247 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............... 246 Rexanne Rodriguez, 1999-01 ..... 233 Tina Gray, 1984-86................... 229 Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................. 214 Sheila Johnson, 1986-89............ 214 10. Sydney Gatson, 1999-04. .......... 201

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................. 179 Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............... 174 Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............... 168 Stephanie Cherry, 2003-07 ........ 164 Kris Karley, 1994-97 ................. 160 Michelle St. Clair, 1997-01 ........ 151 Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 ....... 150 Chalmers Bebber, 1989-93 ........ 148 Heather Baker, 1989-93 ........... 147 Jeanine Miller, 1982-86 ............. 143

Blocked Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 .............. 259 Kristine Knowlton, 2001-05 ........ 155 Sephora Scoubes, 1999-01 .......... 67 Atty Boyer, 2005-09 .................... 56 Katelyn Ciampi, 2002-06 ............. 55 Caren Siebe, 1990-94 ................. 54 Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................... 52 Darlene Smartt, 1979-81 ............. 50 Susan Moser, 1990-92 ................ 46 Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 ........... 45

Fouls

1. Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 ......... 287 2. Julie Wastell, 1995-99 ............... 275 3. Erika Edwards, 2006-Pres. ........ 259 Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................. 259 5. Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 ....... 258 6. Sarah Stapp, 1992-96 ............... 254 7. Katelyn Ciampi, 2002-06 ........... 252 8. Kristine Knowlton, 2001-05 ........ 239 9. Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 .............. 227 10. Chalmers Bebber, 1989-93 ........ 215

Rebounds 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 .............. 931 Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 ................. 911 Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 ......... 719 Chalmers Bebber, 1989-93 ........ 708 Shelby Boudreaux, 1992-96 ....... 573 Atty Boyer, 2005-09 .................. 546 Erika Edwards, 2006-Pres. ........ 542 Celine Kabwasa, 1985-89 ......... 534 Caren Siebe, 1990-94 ............... 475 Katelyn Ciampi, 2002-06 ........... 445

Rebounding Average

• Katelyn Ciampi (2002-06) recorded 55 blocks in her career, ranking fifth all-time. Her 445 career rebounds are tenth in program history.

(min. 300 rebounds) 1. Jane Trippet, 1976-78 ................ 9.6 2. Heidi Carroll, 1982-86 ............... 9.3 3. Tevani Scott, 1986-88 ................. 9.0 4. Darlene Smartt, 1979-81 ............ 8.9 5. Kristy Ryan, 1990-94 .................. 8.4 6. Lorraine Simmons, 1977-79 ........ 8.2 7. Torilynn Boyd, 1998-01 .............. 7.6 8. Suz Lowry, 1988-90 ................... 7.4 9. Teresa Hampton, 1988-92 .......... 7.1 10. Tressie Millender, 1991-93 .......... 6.9

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1,000-Pt. Scorers Kristy Ryan Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 totals

GP 26 29 27 26 108

FG 3FG FT 136 5 56 186 16 114 171 3 157 240 2 245 733 26 572

Pts. 333 502 502 727 2064

Avg. 12.8 17.3 18.6 28.0 19.1

Heidi Carroll Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 totals

GP 26 26 23 25 100

Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 totals

GP 27 26 27 28 108

Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 totals

GP 28 27 25 26 106

Kristy Ryan

FG 3FG FT Pts. Avg. 110 0 52 268 10.3 212 0 94 518 19.9 166 0 67 399 17.3 224 0 96 544 21.7 712 0 309 1729 17.3

Sarah Stapp FG 71 124 124 149 468

3FG FT 21 63 36 105 34 100 51 92 142 360

Pts. 226 389 382 441 1438

Avg. 8.4 15.0 14.1 15.8 13.3

Heidi Carroll

Julie Wastell FG 3FG FT 88 23 68 129 30 115 123 34 83 87 12 106 427 99 372

Pts. 264 403 363 292 1322

Avg. 9.8 14.9 14.5 11.2 12.5

Pts. 110 353 339 504 1306

Avg. 3.9 14.7 13.6 19.4 12.7

Terri Lugert Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 totals

GP 28 24 25 26 103

Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 totals

GP 21 25 26 29 101

FG 3FG FT 41 0 28 131 1 90 130 5 74 175 26 128 477 32 320

Sarah Stapp

Teresa Hampton

Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 totals

FG 3FG FT Pts. Avg. 75 0 24 174 8.3 106 0 49 261 10.4 124 0 60 308 11.8 115 0 50 280 9.7 420 0 183 1023 10.1

Shelby Boudreaux GP 22 26 28 28 104

FG 3FG FT 29 0 20 71 0 46 133 2 84 137 9 112 370 11 262

Pts. 78 188 352 395 1013

Avg. 3.5 7.2 12.6 14.1 9.7

Julie Wastell

Terri Lugert

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SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS Points

Field Goals Attempted

Scoring Average

Field Goal Percentage

Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................ 28.0 Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ........... 27.2 Heidi Carroll, 1985-86 ............. 21.7 Heidi Carroll, 1983-84 ............. 19.9 Terri Lugert, 1990-91 ................ 19.4 Kristy Ryan, 1992-93 ................ 18.6 Kristy Ryan, 1991-92 ................ 17.3 Heidi Carroll, 1984-85 ............. 17.3 9. Jeanine Miller, 1985-86 ............ 17.2 10. Sarah Stapp, 1995-96 .............. 15.8 Michelle St. Clair, 2000-01 ....... 15.8

(min. 20 games) 1. Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ........... .645 2. Celine Kabwasa, 1985-86 ........ .585 3. Teresa Hampton, 1990-91 ........ .579 4. Teresa Hampton, 1988-89 ........ .573 5. Heidi Carroll, 1984-85 ............. .572 6. Teresa Hampton, 1989-90 ........ .567 7. Heidi Carroll, 1985-86 ............. .552 8. Celine Kabwasa, 1988-89 ........ .547 9. Seleta Ellis, 1982-83 ................. .531 10. Stefanie Fontana, 1979-80 ........ .529

Rebounds

3-Pointers Made

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Caree Anderson

Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................. 727 Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ............ 587 Heidi Carroll, 1985-86 .............. 544 Heidi Carroll, 1983-84 .............. 518 Terri Lugert, 1990-91 ................. 504 Kristy Ryan, 1992-93 ................. 502 Kristy Ryan, 1991-92 ................. 502 8. Sarah Stapp, 1995-96 ............... 441 9. Tressie Millender, 1991-92 ......... 438 10. Charday Hunt, 2008-09 ............ 428

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Kerri Dunn

Sydney Gatson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................. 347 Tevani Scott, 1987-88 ................ 309 Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ............ 287 Celine Kabwasa, 1988-89 ......... 258 Heidi Carroll, 1983-84 .............. 255 Heidi Carroll, 1984-85 .............. 251 Jane Trippet, 1977-78 ............... 245 Erika Edwards, 2008-09 ............ 243 Heidi Carroll, 1985-86 .............. 238 Chalmers Bebber, 1990-91 ........ 236

Rebounding Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Celine Kabwasa

7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................ 13.3 Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ........... 12.6 Heidi Carroll, 1984-85 ............. 10.9 Celine Kabwasa, 1988-89 ........ 10.8 Chalmers Bebber, 1990-91 ......... 9.8 Heidi Carroll, 1983-84 ............... 9.8 Katelyn Ciampi, 2002-03. ........... 9.6 Heidi Carroll, 1985-86 ............... 9.5 Linda Simmons, 1978-79 ............ 8.7 Jane Trippet, 1976-77 ................ 8.5

Field Goals Made

Tevani Scott

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................. 240 Heidi Carroll, 1985-86 .............. 224 Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ............ 220 Heidi Carroll, 1983-84 .............. 212 Seleta Ellis, 1982-83 .................. 190 Kristy Ryan, 1991-92 ................. 186 Cheryl Bradley, 1982-83 ............ 178 Jeanine Miller, 1985-86 ............. 176 Terri Lugert, 1990-91 ................. 175 Kristy Ryan, 1992-93 ................. 171

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................. 506 Kristy Ryan, 1991-92 ................. 467 Terri Lugert, 1990-91 ................. 460 Kristy Ryan, 1992-93 ................. 426 Jeanine Miller, 1985-86 ............. 423 Heidi Carroll, 1985-86 .............. 406 Tressie Millender, 1991-92 ......... 399 Karen Littleton, 1978-79 ............. 397 Kim Sheehy, 2006-07 ................ 377 Sarah Stapp, 1995-96 ............... 374

Michelle St. Clair, 2000-01 .......... 77 Kim Sheehy, 2006-07 .................. 61 Kim Sheehy, 2005-06 .................. 60 Kim Sheehy, 2004-05 .................. 55 Sami Field-Polisso, 2007-08 ........ 51 Sarah Stapp, 1995-96 ................. 51 Kerri Dunn, 1998-99 ................... 50 Tressie Millender, 1991-92 ........... 49 Sami Field-Polisso, 2008-09 ........ 48 Kristin Niemann, 1997-98 ............ 47

3-Pointers Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Michelle St. Clair, 2000-01 ........ 214 Kim Sheehy, 2006-07 ................ 200 Sami Field-Polisso, 2007-08 ...... 196 Kim Sheehy, 2005-06 ................ 181 Diane Peterson, 2002-03 ........... 171 Kim Sheehy, 2004-05 ................ 154 Sami Field-Polisso, 2008-09 ...... 153 Kris Karley, 1996-97 ................. 145 Tressie Millender, 1991-92 ......... 139 Kerri Dunn, 1999-00 ................. 137

3-Point Field Goal Pct.

(min. 10 made) 1. Nneka Payne, 2008-09 ............ .423 2. Emily Christensen, 2007-08 ...... .421 3. Emily Christensen, 2008-09 ...... .417 4. Patti Melchoir, 1989-90 ............ .413 5. Julie Wastell, 1997-98 .............. .395 6. Kristin Niemann, 1998-99 ......... .385 7. Caree Anderson, 1994-95 ........ .382 Sarah Stapp, 1993-94 .............. .382 9. Charday Hunt, 2008-09 ........... .381 10. Sarah Stapp, 1995-96 .............. .378

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• Michelle St. Clair (1997-01) was a first team all-Big Sky selection in 2001. She set Sacramento State’s single season record with 77 threepointers during her senior year. She also ranks second in program history with 175 career treys.


SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS Free Throws Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................. 245 Kristy Ryan, 1992-93 ................. 157 Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ............ 133 Terri Lugert, 1990-91 ................. 128 Julie Wastell, 1996-97 ............... 115 Kristy Ryan, 1991-92 ................. 114 Shelby Boudreaux, 1995-96 ....... 112 Julie Wastell, 1998-99 ............... 106 Sarah Stapp, 1993-94 ............... 105 Charday Hunt, 2008-09 ............ 103

Free Throws Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................. 353 Kristy Ryan, 1992-93 ................. 205 Susan Digitale, 1976-77 ............ 184 Kristy Ryan, 1991-92 ................. 156 Julie Wastell, 1996-97 ............... 154 Shelby Boudreaux, 1995-96 ....... 154 7. Julie Wastell, 1998-99 ............... 140 8. Danielle Iceman, 2001-02 .......... 131 Sephora Scoubes, 1999-00 ........ 131 10. Terri Lugert, 1990-91 ................. 128 Heidi Carroll, 1985-86 .............. 128

Free Throw Percentage

(min. 30 FTM) 1. Julie Wastell, 1995-96 .............. .872 2. Cindy Alldrin, 2005-06 ............. .867 3. Sami Field-Polisso, 2007-08 ..... .865 4. Sarah Stapp, 1995-96 .............. .852 5. Tika Koshiyama-Diaz, 2008-09 .841 6. Sarah Stapp, 1993-94 .............. .840 7. Michelle St. Clair, 1998-99 ....... .833 Diane Peterson, 2002-03 .......... .833 9. Sarah Stapp, 1994-95 .............. .826 10. Charday Hunt, 2008-09 ........... .824

Seleta Ellis

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Heather Baker, 1991-92 ............ 160 Tina Gray, 1985-86................... 157 Rexanne Rodriguez, 2000-01 ..... 147 Julie Wastell, 1998-99 ............... 107 Julie Wastell, 1997-98 ............... 101 Sami Field-Polisso, 2007-08 ........ 99 Jennifer Kuhl, 1980-81 ................ 96 Kris Karley, 1995-96 ................... 95 Ethel Nicolls, 1982-83 ................. 88 Julie Wastell, 1995-96 ................. 87

Tina Gray

Steals

1. Lisa Kennedy, 1978-79 ................ 94 2. Jorrie Lange, 1978-79 ................. 75 3. Celine Kabwasa, 1988-89 ........... 68 Cheryl Bradley, 1982-83 .............. 68 5. Kris Karley, 1996-97 ................... 63 6. Seleta Ellis, 1982-83 .................... 62 7. Jeanine Miller, 1985-86 ............... 61 8. Tyeisha Brown, 2004-05 .............. 59 Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 ................... 59 Sarah Stapp, 1993-94 ................. 59

Danielle Iceman

Blocks

1. Heidi Carroll, 1985-86.................. 83 2. Heidi Carroll, 1984-85.................. 60 3. Heidi Carroll, 1983-84.................. 58 Heidi Carroll, 1982-83.................. 58 5. Kristine Knowlton, 2001-02 ........... 57 6. Kristine Knowlton, 2002-03 ........... 51 7. Darlene Smartt, 1979-80 ............... 41 8. Sephora Scoubes, 2000-01 ........... 35 9. Kristine Knowlton, 2003-04 ........... 32 Sephora Scoubes, 1999-00 ........... 32

Ethel Nicholls

Fouls 1. 2. 3. 4.

Erika Edwards, 2008-09 ............. 105 Seleta Ellis, 1982-83 ..................... 89 Erika Edwards, 2007-08 ............... 88 Danielle Iceman, 2002-03 ............. 87 Maria Lara, 1997-98 .................... 87 6. Heidi Carroll, 1985-86.................. 85 7. Kristine Knowlton, 2001-02 ........... 83 8. Kellie Kuelper, 1996-97 ................ 82 Teresa Hampton, 1990-91............. 82 Suz Lowry, 1989-90 ..................... 82

• In her three seasons at Sacramento State, Tevani Scott (1986-88) averaged 9.0 rebounds per game, a mark that ranks third in program history.

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Heather Baker

Maria Lara

Kristin Niemann

Rexanne Rodriguez

Sephora Scoubes

Most Points 45 by Kristy Ryan at UC Irvine (12-4-93) Most Points (Conference Game) 28 by Michelle St. Clair vs. CS Northridge (2-1-01) Points By Two Players Combined 70 by Kristy Ryan (45) and Sarah Stapp (25) at UC Irvine (12-4-93) Points By Two Players Combined (Conference Game) 51 by Julie Wastell (26) and Kerri Dunn (25) at Eastern Wash. (2-13-99) Field Goals 16 by Kristy Ryan vs. Cal Poly (12-11-93) Field Goals Attempted 30 by Kristy Ryan at Saint Mary’s (1-4-94) Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts) .909 (10-11) by Tola Tallman at UC Riverside (1-20-01) Field Goals (Conference Game) 12 by Sephora Scoubes vs. CS Northridge (3-4-00) Field Goals Attempted (Conference Game) 25 by Sephora Scoubes vs. Montana State (2-2-00) Field Goal Percentage (Conference Game, min. 10 attempts) .769 (10-13) by Danielle Iceman vs. Eastern Wash. (2-2-02) Free Throws 18 by Kristy Ryan vs. Alaska Fairbanks (1-8-94) Free Throws Attempted 22 by Kristy Ryan vs. San Diego (1-7-94) Free Throw Percentage (min. 15 attempts) .947 (18-19) by Kristy Ryan vs. Alaska Fairbanks (1-8-94) Free Throws (Conference Game) 11 by Julie Wastell vs. Portland State (1-16-99) Free Throws Attempted (Conference Game) 15 by Sephora Scoubes at Portland State (1-21-00) Free Throw Percentage (Conference Game, min. 10 attempts) .916 (11-12) by Julie Wastell vs. Portland State (1-16-99) Three-Point Field Goals 9 by Michelle St. Clair at UC Riverside (1-20-01) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 13 by Michelle St. Clair at UC Riverside (1-20-01) Three-Point Field Goals (Conference Game) 6 by Kristin Niemann at Eastern Washington (1-8-98) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted (Conference Game) 10 Twice, Kristin Niemann at Montana (2-12-98), Kim Sheehy vs. NAU (2-26-05) Rebounds 22 by Kellie Kuelper vs. Saint Mary’s (12-6-96) Rebounds (Conference Game) 17 Twice, Sephora Scoubes vs. Montana State (2-2-00), Tola Tallman vs. Idaho State (3-3-01) Assists 12 by Heather Baker vs. Fresno State (12-20-91), Diane Peterson vs. Idaho State (2-22-03) Assists (Conference Game) 12 by Diane Peterson vs. Idaho State (2-22-03) Blocked Shots 8 by Kristine Knowlton vs. Montana State (1-30-03) Blocked Shots (Conference Game) 8 by Kristine Knowlton vs. Montana State (1-30-03) Steals 8 by Numerous Players Steals (Conference Game) 7 Twice, Maria Lara vs. Montana State (1-21-98), Catherine Reynolds vs. Montana (1-22-98)

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• Kellie Kuelper holds the Sacramento State single-game record with 22 rebounds. She set the record on Dec. 6, 1996 in a game against Saint Mary’s.


SINGLE-GAME/SEASON RECORDS Single-Game Records Points 111 vs. San Jose State (12-10-93) Opponents’ Points 108 vs. SW Missouri State (12-17-93) Fewest Points 29 (101-29) at No. Arizona (1-19-02) Fewest Opponents’ Points 39 (46-39) vs. New Mexico State (12-31-04) Margin of Victory 54 (90-36) vs. San Jose Christian (1-9-03) Margin of Defeat 72 on three occasions Largest Combined Score 211 points vs. San Jose State (12-10-93) Sacramento St. 111, San Jose St. 100 (ot) Lowest Combined Score 87 points vs. New Mexico State (12-31-04) Sacramento State 46, New Mexico State 39 Field Goals 37 at UC Riverside (1-20-01) Field Goals Attempted 83 at Saint Mary’s (1-4-94) Field Goal Percentage .627 (37-59) at UC Riverside (1-20-01)

TESIA GREEN

Lowest Field Goal Percentage .164 (9-55) at Montana (1-23-97)

Three-Point Field Goals 14 vs. Montana State (1-8-09)

Fewest Points 1,292 in 2001-02

Fewest Three-Point Field Goals 0 on 15 occasions

Lowest Scoring Average 47.9 (1,292 points) in 2001-02

3-Point Field Goal Percentage .778 (7-9) at San Jose State (11-29-97)

Opponents’ Points 2,178 in 2006-07

Free Throws Made 37 vs. San Jose State (12-10-93)

Fewest Opponents’ Points 1,726 in 2005-06

Free Throws Attempted 56 vs. San Jose State (12-10-93)

Opponents’ Scoring Average 79.4 (2,145 points) in 2001-02

Free Throws Percentage .941 (16-17) vs. CS Fullerton (11-24-96)

Lowest Opponents’ Scoring Average 64.0 ppg (1,793) in 2004-05

Fewest Free Throws Made 0 at UC Davis (12-10-06)

Field Goals 760 in 1991-92

Fewest Free Throws Attempted 0 at UC Davis (12-10-06)

Field Goals Attempted 1,864 in 1991-92

Rebounds 61 vs. Saint Mary’s (12-6-96)

Field Goal Percentage .408 in 1991-92

Fewest Rebounds 19 at Kansas State (1-12-95)

3-Point Field Goals 195 in 2008-09

Assists 26 vs. San Jose Christian (1-9-03)

3-Pointers Attempted 583 in 2006-07

Personal Fouls 32 on three occasions

3-Point Field Goal Percentage .351 in 1995-96

Fewest Personal Fouls 5 vs. Eastern Washington (12-20-95)

Free Throws 546 in 1993-94

Season Records

Free Throws Attempted 814 in 1993-94

Victories 17 (17-10) in 1992-93

Bernadette Davy

Erin Enders

Debbie Harrigan

Free Throw Percentage .740 in 2005-06

Losses 27 on two occasions, last 2006-07 Longest Winning Streak 5 in 1992-93

Rebounds 1,306 in 1991-92 Rebounding Average 47.9 (1,294 in 27 games) in 1992-93

Longest Losing Streak 27 in 2001-02

Assists 448 in 1991-92

Longest Big Sky Winning Streak 2 on seven occasions, last 2008-09

Steals 309 in 1996-97

Longest Road Winning Streak 3 on three occasions, last 1993-94

Turnovers 714 in 2001-02

Points 2,062 in 1991-92

Fewest Turnovers 500 in 2004-05

Scoring Average 74.0 (1,999 points) in 1992-93

Blocked Shots 99 in 2002-03

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SINGLE-GAME BESTS Most Points by a Hornet Team

Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

Kristy Ryan vs. UC Irvine, 12-4-93 .......................... 45 Heidi Carroll vs. Chico State, 1-22-86 ..................... 42 Susan Digitale vs. Chico State, 2-29-77 ................... 40 Kristy Ryan vs. UC Davis, 2-25-94 .......................... 39 Kristy Ryan vs. San Jose State, 12-10-93 ................. 39 Kristy Ryan vs. Cal State Northridge, 1-15-94 .......... 38 Susan Digitale vs. UC Davis, 1-25-77 ...................... 38 Michelle St. Clair at UC Riverside, 1-20-01 .............. 36 Tressie Millender vs. Fresno State, 2-10-93 .............. 36 Kristy Ryan vs. Cal Poly, 12-11-93 .......................... 36 Kristy Ryan vs. North Texas, 12-2-93 ...................... 36

Rebounds 1. 2. 4.

7.

Kellie Kuelper vs. Saint Mary’s, 12-6-96 .................. 22 Tevani Scott vs. Fresno Pacific, 1-21-88 ................... 21 Susan Digitale vs. San Francisco State, 2-28-77 ....... 21 Kristy Ryan vs. Kansas State, 3-3-94 ....................... 20 Kristy Ryan vs. San Jose State, 12-10-93 ................. 20 Jane Trippet vs. Nevada, 2-1-78 ............................. 20 Kristy Ryan vs. Cal State Northridge, 1-15-94 .......... 19 Chalmers Bebber vs. Texas A&I, 1-2-91................... 19 Tevani Scott vs. Stanislaus State, 1-19-88 ................ 19 Janice Ster (1981-82 season) .................................. 19 Susan Digitale vs. Chico State, 2-29-77 ................... 19

Free Throws Made 1. 2.

Kristy Ryan vs. Alaska Fairbanks, 1-8-94 ................. 18 Kristy Ryan vs. UC Irvine, 12-4-93 .......................... 17 Kristy Ryan vs. Cal, 11-27-93 ................................. 17 4. Kristy Ryan vs. UC Davis, 2-25-94 .......................... 15 Kristy Ryan vs. San Diego, 1-7-94 ........................... 15 6. Shelby Boudreaux vs. Shippensburg, 1-5-96 ............ 14 Sarah Stapp vs. Cal State Northridge, 12-9-95 ........ 14 Kristy Ryan vs. North Texas, 12-3-93 ...................... 14 Kristy Ryan vs. Fresno State, 12-20-92 .................... 14 10. Kristy Ryan, 1993-94 (twice)................................... 13

Assists 1. 2.

5.

8.

Tina Gray (1985-86 season) ................................... 15 Diane Peterson vs. Idaho State, 2-20-03 .................. 12 Heather Baker vs. Fresno State, 12-20-91 ................ 12 Tina Gray (1985-86 season) ................................... 12 Sheila Johnson vs. Cal Lutheran, 12-19-88 .............. 11 Jennifer Kuhl (1980-81 season) ............................... 11 Julie Wastell at Eastern Washington, 2-13-99 .......... 11 Kim Sheehy vs. Saint Mary’s, 12-28-06 ................... 10 Rexanne Rodriguez vs. Montana, 3-1-01 ................. 10 Rexanne Rodriguez vs. Portland State, 1-27-01 ........ 10 Rexanne Rodriguez vs. Northern Arizona, 1-12-01 .. 10 Heather Baker vs. Eastern Washington, 2-7-92 ........ 10 Heather Baker vs. Cal State Northridge, 1-26-91 ..... 10

Steals • Julie Wastell (1995-99) was selected to the Big Sky first team twice and finished her career with 1,322 points, ranking fourth all-time. Her 366 career assists rank second in program history and her 168 steals rank third.

1. 3.

Jeanine Miller (1983-84 season) ............................. 10 Lisa Kennedy vs. Cal State Hayward, 2-17-79.......... 10 Darlene Smartt (1979-80 season) .............................. 9

Blocked Shots 1. 2.

Heidi Carroll vs. San Francisco State, 1-21-83 ......... 10 Kristine Knowlton vs. Montana State, 1-30-03 ............ 8

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111-100 (ot) .................... vs. San Jose State, Dec. 10, 1993 105-59 ...............................vs. ............................... Shippensburg, Jan. 5, 1996 103-105 (2ot) .......................at Fresno State, Feb. 10, 1993 101-58 ................... vs. Cal State Hayward, Nov. 18, 1988 101-46 ........................... vs. Sonoma State, Feb. 19, 1980 98-96 (ot) ................... vs. NE Missouri State, Dec. 30, 1990 96-89 .......................................at ....................................... UC Irvine, Dec. 4, 1993 96-53 ........................................ vs. Nevada, Jan. 3, 1977 94-56 ...................................vs. ................................... Marquette, Feb. 29, 1992 93-67 .................................... vs. NE Illinois, Mar. 5, 1993 93-81 ......................vs. ...................... Cal State Hayward, Feb. 18, 1983 93-29 ...........................vs. ........................... Stanislaus State, Feb. 27, 1979

Fewest Points by a Hornet Team

28-68 ............................... vs. San Jose State, Feb. 9, 1978 29-101 ........................at ........................ Northern Arizona, Jan. 19, 2002 30-102 ...........................at ........................... Colorado State, Nov. 16, 2001 30-62 .......................................at ....................................... Montana, Jan. 23, 1997 31-60 ....................................... vs. Denver, Nov. 26, 2006 31-66 ..............................................vs. .............................................. Cal, Jan. 15, 1976 31-72 ..................................... vs. Montana, Feb. 22, 2002 31-88 .................................vs. ................................. Santa Clara, Dec. 15, 2000 31-94 ...................................at ................................... Kansas State, Dec. 5, 2003 34-92 .......................................... at UNLV, Nov. 24, 2001 35-47 .................................... at Wyoming, Nov. 19, 2005 35-93 ................................ at Kansas State, Jan. 12, 1995 36-58 ...................................... vs. Wyoming, Jan. 8, 2005 37-83 ................................... at Texas Tech, Dec. 28, 2005 37-64 ..................................... vs. Montana, Feb. 13, 1997 37-77 .......................................... vs. UCLA, Dec. 13, 1975

Largest Margin of Victory

64 .......................93-29 ....................... vs. Stanislaus State, Feb. 27, 1979 55 ...................... 101-46 vs. Sonoma State, Feb. 19, 1980 54 ....................... 76-22 vs. Stanislaus State, Jan. 25, 1979 53 ......................... 81-28 vs. Stanislaus State, Jan. 3, 1978 51 ..................84-33 .................. vs. San Francisco State, Dec. 6, 1988 49 ................ 78-29 vs. Concordia College, Nov. 23, 1990 46 ......................... 105-59 vs. Shippensburg, Jan. 5, 1996 44 .....................90-46 ..................... vs. San Jose Christian, Jan. 9, 2003 44 ........................ 76-32 vs. San Jose State, Feb. 26, 1976 43 ..............101-58 .............. vs. Cal State Hayward, Nov. 18, 1988 43 ...................................96-53 ................................... vs. Nevada, Jan. 3, 1977

Largest Margin of Defeat

72 ...................29-101 ................... at Northern Arizona, Jan. 19, 2002 72 ......................30-102 ...................... at Colorado State, Nov. 16, 2001 63 ...............................31-94 ............................... at Kansas State, Dec. 5 2003 63 .................................. 43-106 vs. UCLA, Nov. 24, 2002 61 ...................... 38-99 vs. North Carolina, Nov. 24, 2006 58 ..................................... 34-92 at UNLV, Nov. 24, 2001 58 ................................47-105 ................................ at Stanford, Dec. 12, 1995 58 ........................... 35-93 at Kansas State, Jan. 12, 1995 57 ........................... 31-88 vs. Santa Clara, Dec. 15, 2000 55 ........................ 45-100 at Oregon State, Nov. 16, 2008 55 ............................... 50-105 at Arizona, Dec. 17, 1994 54 .............................. 52-89 at Iowa State, Nov. 18, 2007 54 ............................. 47-101 at Wyoming, Nov. 18, 2001 53 ...... 55-108 vs. Southwest Missouri State, Dec. 17, 1993 46 ............................. 37-83, at Texas Tech. Dec. 28, 2005 46 .................................48-94 ................................. vs. Georgia, Dec. 19, 1998 42 .....................................52-90 ..................................... at Pacific, Dec. 11, 2002 42 ............................. 46-88 vs. Seton Hall, Nov. 25, 2001 42 ................................... 51-93 at Montana, Feb. 8, 2001 42 ............................ 45-87 at Weber State, Jan. 13, 2001 42 ........................................42-84 ........................................ at USC, Dec. 11, 1999


DIVISION I HORNET HONORS All-American

1993-94 ...... Kristy Ryan (Second Team)

Academic All-American

1993-94 ...... Kristy Ryan (Second Team) 1985-86 .........Heidi Carroll (First Team)

Big Sky All-Conference

2008-09 .. Charday Hunt (Second Team) 2007-08 ....... Atty Boyer (Hon. Mention) 2006-07 ..... Kim Sheehy (Hon. Mention) 2005-06 ........ Cindy Alldrin (First Team) 2005-06 .. Stephanie Cherry (Hon. Mention) 2005-06 ..... Kim Sheehy (Hon. Mention) 2004-05 .......... Kim Sheehy (First Team) 2000-01 ...Michelle Michelle St. Clair (First Team) 1999-00 . Sephora Scoubes (First Team) 1998-99 .... Julie Wastell (Hon. Mention) 1997-98 ......... Julie Wastell (First Team) 1996-97 ......... Julie Wastell (First Team)

Big Sky Newcomer of the Year

2004-05 ............................ Kim Sheehy

American West POY

1995-96 ........................... Sarah Stapp

American West All-Conference

1995-96 ................... Shelby Boudreaux Sarah Stapp 1994-95 ................... Shelby Boudreaux Sarah Stapp

Big Sky All-Academic 2008-09 .............................. Atty Boyer Sami Field-Polisso Karri Gallagher 2007-08 .............................. Atty Boyer Sami Field-Polisso Charday Hunt Becca Reams 2006-07 .............................. Atty Boyer Kelli Davis Becca Reams Kim Sheehy Kelly Vega 2005-06 .............................. Atty Boyer Lindsay Calmettes Ali Mollet Becca Reams Kim Sheehy 2004-05 ................... Lindsay Calmettes Katelyn Ciampi Kristine Knowlton Ali Mollet Kim Sheehy 2003-04 ........................ Tyeisha Brown Katelyn Ciampi Sarah Craig Danielle Iceman Kristine Knowlton

2002-03 ........................ Crystal Conley Sarah Craig Danielle Iceman Kristine Knowlton 2001-02 ........................ Crystal Conley Danielle Iceman Lori Kerswell Kristine Knowlton 2000-01 .......................... Kelly Hodges Rexanne Rodriguez 1999-00

April Ranney Rexanne Rodriguez 1998-99 .......................... Kelly Hodges Becky Misner April Ranney Kelly Smurzynski Julie Wastell 1997-98 .................... Christine Brockett Julie Wastell 1996-97 .................... Christine Brockett Sheila Townsend Julie Wastell

AWC Freshman of the Year 1995-96 ........................... Julie Wastell

RETIRED JERSEY • KRISTY RYAN #21 After four stellar seasons with the Hornets, Sacramento State retired its first women’s basketball jersey in honor of Kristy Ryan in a halftime ceremony at the Hornets Nest on Dec. 20, 2003. Ryan starred for the Hornets from 1990-94 and still owns most of the scoring records in school history. The Cool, Calif., native capped off her career by leading the country in scoring with 28.0 points per game and finishing third in the nation in rebounding with 13.3 per game during her senior season. That year, Ryan earned second team All-America honors as a player and second team Academic All-America honors as a student-athlete. In addition, she was named the ARCO am/pm Northern California Women’s NCAA Player of the Year. During the 1993-94 season, Ryan set school records for points (727), points per

game (28.0), rebounds (347), rebounds per game (13.3), free throws made (245) and field goals made (240). Ryan was named MVP at the UC Irvine Marriott Freedom Bowl Classic after scoring a career-high 45 points and recording 15 rebounds against the Anteathers on Dec. 4, 1993. Her play not only made a name for herself, but drew national media attention to Sacramento State in 1993-94. Ryan’s accolades were featured in the USA Today, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury-News and The Sacramento Bee. Among the school’s career leaders, she ranks first in points (2,064), field goals (733), free throws (572) and steals (179), second in rebounds (911) and seventh in blocks (52). Following her career at Sacramento State, Ryan played professionally in Europe until 2000.

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1976-77

Head Coach: Linda Hughes (18-4, 10-2 NCIAC) UC DAVIS ....................... W, 71-38 at Fresno State ................. W, 73-33 NEVADA......................... W, 96-53 vs. CS Northridge .............. L, 74-63 vs. UC Davis .................... W, 72-46 vs. UC Santa Barbara ....... W, 67-55 at CS Hayward ................ W, 91-52 at San Francisco State ...... W, 79-77 at San Jose State .............. W, 63-57 at CS Fullerton ................... L, 80-62 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 75-68 at Chico State .................... L, 74-62 STANFORD ..................... W, 77-60 SAN FRANCISCO STATE ... L, 74-73 FRESNO STATE ............... W, 87-50 CS HAYWARD ................ W, 79-51 CHICO STATE .................. W, 85-64 SAN JOSE STATE ............ W, 61-56 at Stanford ...................... W, 90-66 at UC Davis ..................... W, 85-72 vs. San Francisco State ..... W, 82-73 vs. Chico State ................. W, 58-55

1977-78

Head Coach: Linda Hughes (11-12, 9-5 GSC) CALIFORNIA ................... W, 65-53 vs. UC Santa Barbara ....... W, 67-61 vs. Cal Poly ........................ L, 88-67 at Stanislaus State ............ W, 81-28 at Pacific ......................... W, 73-46 CS NORTHRIDGE .............. L, 76-67 vs. Sonoma State.............. W, 67-61 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 70-63 at CS Hayward ................ W, 74-69 at UC Davis ....................... L, 59-57 SAN FRANCISCO STATE ... L, 74-63 vs. Washington .................. L, 69-60 vs. Simon Fraser................. L, 74-61 CHICO STATE .................... L, 75-68 at Nevada ....................... W, 75-73 STANISLAUS STATE ......... W, 63-36 SAN JOSE STATE .............. L, 68-28 UC DAVIS ......................... L, 67-62 at Humboldt State............. W, 73-71 at Chico State .................... L, 59-58 at San Francisco State ...... W, 69-64 CS HAYWARD ................ W, 75-58 NEVADA........................... L, 72-66

1978-79

Head Coach: Sandee Hill (14-13, 8-6 GSC) STANFORD ....................... L, 85-49 at Pacific ........................... L, 57-56 at Nevada ....................... W, 74-65 CAL POLY........................ W, 63-60 WASHINGTON ................. L, 63-61 WESTERN WASHINGTON . L, 58-50 SAN JOSE STATE .............. L, 87-45 vs. New Mexico State ......... L, 59-52 vs. Fresno State ................ W, 67-44 vs. UC Santa Barbara ....... W, 60-52 vs. Sonoma State.............. W, 64-31 at Sonoma State ............... W, 67-42 at San Francisco State ........ L, 67-42 CHICO STATE .................... L, 51-47 at Humboldt State............. W, 90-52 NEVADA......................... W, 74-66 STANISLAUS STATE ......... W, 76-22 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 68-54 BIOLA ............................... L, 94-58 at CS Hayward .................. L, 64-59 SAN FRANCISCO STATE ... L, 78-58 CALIFORNIA ................... W, 72-65 at UC Davis ....................... L, 70-64 CS HAYWARD ............... W, 63-54 at Chico State .................... L, 69-60 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 86-67 at Stanislaus State ............ W, 93-29

1979-80

Head Coach: Linda Hughes (10-15, 9-5 GSC) NEVADA........................... L, 76-59 at Cal Poly ......................... L, 78-59 vs. UC Santa Barbara ......... L, 85-64 AZUSA PACIFIC............... W, 66-65 WESTERN WASHINGTON . L, 79-53 PACIFIC............................. L, 72-45 at Fresno State .................. L, 70-58 FRESNO STATE ................. L, 80-64 at Stanislaus State ............ W, 78-54 at Humboldt State............. W, 76-59 at Chico State .................... L, 59-46 CS HAYWARD ................ W, 62-55 at Sonoma State .............. W, 54-48 at Nevada ......................... L, 64-60 at San Francisco State ........ L, 71-52 STANISLAUS STATE ......... W, 86-55 at Santa Clara ................... L, 59-51 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 69-67

at San Francisco State ........ L, 60-54 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 63-57 SONOMA STATE........... W, 101-46 at CS Hayward ................ W, 68-50 SAN FRANCISCO STATE ... L, 71-59 CHICO STATE ................... L, 58-50 at UC Davis ....................... L, 67-53

1980-81

Head Coach: Donna Dedoshka (13-9, 7-7 GSC) at Nevada ......................... L, 72-55 at Dominguez Hills ............. L, 76-68 vs. Chapman ................... W, 67-65 vs. Occidental .................. W, 56-52 vs. Occidental .................. W, 66-53 US INTERNATIONAL ........ W, 88-71 AZUSA PACIFIC............... W, 63-50 SONOMA STATE............. W, 80-70 at Humboldt State............. W, 81-67 at Chico State .................... L, 77-67 STANISLAUS STATE ......... W, 82-56 at UC Davis ....................... L, 67-55 CS HAYWARD .................. L, 76-67 at San Francisco State ...... W, 60-58 NEVADA......................... W, 62-50 at Sonoma State ............... W, 68-52 CHICO STATE .................... L, 67-52 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 75-68 at Stanislaus State ............ W, 67-61 UC DAVIS ......................... L, 68-62 SAN FRANCISCO STATE ... L, 97-80 at CS Hayward .................. L, 97-72

1981-82

Co-Head Coaches: Linda Hughes and Donna Dedoshka (16-12, NCAC record not available) vs. Nevada ........................ L, 68-53 vs. Azusa Pacific ................ L, 71-64 vs. UC Riverside ................. L, 90-60 vs. Chapman ..................... L, 67-54 vs. Dominguez Hills ........... L, 71-59 vs. Denver ......................... L, 70-66 vs. Azusa Pacific ................ L, 70-64 vs. Humboldt State ........... W, 83-74 vs. Stanislaus State ........... W, 89-74 vs. UC Davis .................... W, 73-69 vs. Sonoma State.............. W, 81-69 vs. Chico State ................. W, 76-66 vs. Biola ............................ L, 80-60 vs. San Francisco State ....... L, 69-64 vs. CS Hayward ............... W, 82-75 vs. Sonoma State.............. W, 95-68 vs. UC Davis .................... W, 74-67

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vs. Humboldt State ........... W, 86-79 vs. Chico State ................. W, 63-54 vs. CS Hayward ................. L, 87-58 vs. San Francisco State ....... L, 69-62 vs. Saint Mary’s ............... W, 72-61 vs. Stanislaus State ..... W, 66-61 (ot) vs. Nevada ...................... W, 87-75

1982-83

Co-Head Coaches: Linda Hughes & Donna Dedoshka (18-9, 10-4 NCAC) HAWAI’I ........................... L, 79-73 vs. Point Loma* ................ W, 79-61 vs. Sonoma State* .............. L, 86-82 at Biola ........................... W, 61-60 at CS Northridge................ L, 83-71 at UC Riverside .................. L, 79-68 CHAPMAN COLLEGE......... L, 73-59 CAL POLY........................ W, 65-64 NEVADA% ...................... W, 76-67 POMONA-PITZER% .......... W, 79-55 CHAPMAN COLLEGE%. W, 74-70 (ot) CHICO STATE .................... L, 70-69 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 76-50 STANISLAUS STATE ......... W, 86-59 at San Francisco .............. W, 92-77 CS HAYWARD .................. L, 72-71 UC DAVIS ......................... L, 84-65 at Sonoma State ............... W, 63-59 at Humboldt State............. W, 84-65 at Chico State .................. W, 70-54 at Nevada ....................... W, 82-81 at Stanislaus State ............ W, 63-53 at Saint Mary’s ................ W, 76-67 at CS Hayward ................ W, 93-81 SAN FRANCISCO .............. L, 83-74 SONOMA STATE............. W, 86-66 at UC Davis ..................... W, 77-57 *Pomona-Pitzer Tournament %at CSUS Invitational

1983-84

Co-Head Coaches: Linda Hughes & Donna Dedoshka (15-12, 10-4 NCAC) vs. Cal Baptist*................... L, 74-66 vs. Chico State* ................ W, 58-57 vs. CS Dominguez Hills ....... L, 80-66 at CS Northridge................ L, 68-62 vs. Southern Oregon% ...... W, 76-63 vs. Saint Mary’s% ............. W, 75-67 AZUSA PACIFIC............... W, 68-56 WESTERN WASHINGTON . L, 64-60 PORTLAND ........................ L, 80-69 at Sonoma State ................. L, 76-68 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 76-65 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 65-57 at Stanislaus State ............ W, 60-59 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 71-31 CHICO STATE .................. W, 66-63 at CS Hayward ................ W, 82-60 SAN FRANCISCO STATE ... L, 63-57 UC DAVIS ......................... L, 66-55 SONOMA STATE............. W, 73-57 at Nevada ......................... L, 74-60 STANISLAUS STATE ......... W, 73-53 at Humboldt State............. W, 84-73 at Chico State .................. W, 70-68 CS HAYWARD ................ W, 85-72 at San Francisco State ........ L, 79-68 vs. UC Davis# .................. W, 71-57 vs. San Francisco State# ..... L, 60-58 *at CS Dominguez Hills Tournament %at UCD Invitational #Shaunessey Playoffs

1984-85

Co-Head Coaches: Linda Hughes & Donna Dedoshka (16-7, 13-1 NCAC) CAL STATE LA ................... L, 54-53 at Cal Poly Pomona ............ L, 62-38 at Cal State LA ................... L, 76-70 SOUTHERN UTAH ............ W 82-50 UC RIVERSIDE.................... L, 72-67 WESTERN WASHINGTON W, 67-64 at CS Dominguez Hills ........ L, 58-53 at CS Northridge................ L, 60-54 SAN FRANCISCO ............ W, 71-70 at CS Hayward ................ W, 66-43 SONOMA STATE............. W, 83-54 at UC Davis ..................... W, 68-54 STANISLAUS STATE ......... W, 67-52 CHICO STATE .................. W, 64-36 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 66-49 NEVADA......................... W, 76-70 at San Francisco ............... L, 59-55 at Stanislaus State ............ W, 66-60 at Sonoma State ............... W, 74-51 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 65-61 at Chico State .................. W, 66-60 at Humboldt State............. W, 48-40 CS HAYWARD ................ W, 72-53

1985-86

Head Coach: Donna Dedoshka (15-10) at UC Davis ..................... W, 64-59 vs. Western Washington ..... L, 78-67 at Santa Clara ................... L, 60-47 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 72-59 UC DAVIS ......................... L, 68-67 SAN FRANCISCO STATE . W, 88-72 CAL POLY........................ W, 80-70 SEATTLE PACIFIC ............... L, 77-72 vs. Oregon Tech ............... W, 90-52 vs. Humboldt State ........... W, 71-60 vs. San Jose State ............. W, 79-69 vs. Cal Poly ........................ L, 67-58 at Sonoma State ............... W, 69-44 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 70-59 CHICO STATE .................. W, 80-67 at UC Davis ..................... W, 74-62 at Nevada ......................... L, 85-52 at Cal Poly ....................... W, 70-62 at San Francisco State ...... W, 91-74 SONOMA STATE ............ W, 84-59 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 78-55 at Chico State .................. W, 88-70 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL. L, 64-63 at CS Northridge................ L, 71-63 at CS Los Angeles ............ W, 74-68

1986-87

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (11-16) UC RIVERSIDE.................... L, 86-66 at CS Hayward .................. L, 83-56 SAN JOSE STATE ............. L, 61-58 UC DAVIS ........................ L, 61-51 vs. Humboldt State# ......... W, 62-60 vs. CS Dominguez Hills# ... W, 70-65 SAN FRANCISCO STATE . W, 67-66 EASTERN WASHINGTON .. L, 84-54 vs. Sonoma State$............ W, 78-68 vs. Alaska Anchorage$ ...... L, 92-65 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 51-49 at Cal Poly Pomona ............ L, 74-55 at UC Riverside .................. L, 85-50 MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY ... L, 77-69 at Seattle Pacific ............... W, 72-68 at Puget Sound................... L, 85-44 at Chico State .................... L, 77-70 SAINT MARY’S ............... W, 70-57


ALL-TIME RESULTS STANISLAUS STATE ........ W, 76-70 FRESNO STATE ................. L, 95-60 at UC Davis ....................... L, 64-42 at Sonoma State ............... W, 65-45 CHICO STATE .................... L, 72-48 at Humboldt State............... L, 65-64 CAL BAPTIST .................... W, 66-57 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 51-30 at Fresno State ................... L, 88-46 #CSUS Gold Classic $CSUS Green Classic

1987-88

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (16-12) vs. UC Davis# .................. W, 63-61 at Cal Poly ......................... L, 79-63 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 69-54 vs. Fresno State$ ................ L, 88-75 vs. Saint Mary’s$ ............. W, 65-59 TOWSON STATE ............... L, 60-48 CAL POLY POMONA ......... L, 75-55 at San Jose State ................ L, 65-61 at San Francisco State ...... W, 68-59 AZUSA PACIFIC............... W, 67-42 SOUTHERN UTAH ........... W, 75-68 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 67-57 at UC Santa Barbara .......... L, 78-58 at Chapman College .......... L, 96-94 vs. North Dakota State% ..... L, 89-53 vs. Wayne State% .............. L, 87-68 SAN FRANCISCO STATE . W, 59-57 SONOMA STATE............. W, 71-57 CHICO STATE .................. W, 70-62 at Stanislaus State .............. L, 78-60 at Fresno Pacific ............... W, 70-53 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 79-62 FRESNO PACIFIC ............. W, 75-53 at Chico State .................... L, 68-64 CS HAYWARD ................ W, 53-40 at Humboldt State............. W, 67-58 at Sonoma State ............... W, 63-52 at UC Davis ....................... L, 73-58 #at Cal Poly $Fresno State Taco Bell Classic %North Dakota St. New Year’s Classic

1988-89

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (16-8) CS HAYWARD .............. W, 101-58 at Chico State .................... L, 87-85 at Humboldt State............. W, 75-73 at Santa Clara ................... L, 74-46 UC SANTA BARBARA ...... W, 70-61 SAN FRANCISCO STATE . W, 84-33 at UC Davis ..................... W, 72-71 CONCORDIA .................. W, 85-72 CHICO STATE .................. W, 75-73 CAL LUTHERAN ............... W, 90-75 CHAPMAN COLLEGE......... L, 75-72 SONOMA STATE............. W, 68-41 at San Francisco State ...... W, 76-46 at Cal State LA ................... L, 73-64 at CS Northridge................ L, 72-54 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 69-67 at Denver........................... L, 68-62 at Regis College ................. L, 58-53 at Metro State .................. W, 74-65 at CS Hayward .................. L, 78-65 at Sonoma State ............... W, 62-53 HUMBOLDT STATE ........... W, 86-48 at CS Dominguez Hills ...... W, 61-47 at CS San Bernardino ....... W, 88-71

1989-90

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (14-11) at CS Hayward .................. L, 68-62 CHICO STATE .................... L, 90-76 SAINT CLOUD STATE ......... L, 67-38 vs. Washburn# ................ W, 88-83 vs. West Texas State# ......... L, 87-61 vs. Cameron University# ..... L, 68-65 UC DAVIS ......................... L, 65-45 FRESNO STATE ................. L, 80-46 STANISLAUS STATE ......... W, 63-60 at San Francisco State ...... W, 89-48 at Sonoma State ............... W, 65-54 CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS .... W, 76-62 at Chico State .................. W, 64-59 SAN FRANCISCO STATE . W, 69-41 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 75-56 at Rollins College ............. W, 63-56 at Saint Leo College.......... W, 86-61 at Florida Southern ........... W, 82-56 at UC Davis ....................... L, 61-56 CS HAYWARD ................ W, 73-57 at Nevada ................. W, 84-83 (ot) SONOMA STATE............... L, 73-64 at Master’s College........... W, 86-50 at UC Riverside .................. L, 60-58 at Pacific ........................... L, 81-59 #West Texas State Tournament

1990-91

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (19-7) vs. Concordia College$ .... W, 78-29 vs. Seattle Pacific$ .............. L, 75-72 at UC Davis ....................... L, 86-64 vs. Northeastern% ............ W, 65-60 vs. Fresno State% ............... L, 74-49 EASTERN MONTANA# .... W, 84-73 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE# . W, 69-63 SAN FRANCISCO STATE . W, 85-58 UC RIVERSIDE.................. W, 79-61 ALASKA FAIRBANKS ....... W, 89-64 CHICO STATE .................. W, 77-66 NE MISSOURI STATE . W, 98-96 (ot) TEXAS A&I ...................... W, 82-65 at Chico State .................. W, 83-66 at Cal Poly ....................... W, 73-61 at Cal State LA ................... L, 84-68 at Cal Poly Pomona ............ L, 70-56 at CS Hayward ................ W, 77-59 SOUTHERN UTAH ........... W, 78-63 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 75-55 at UC Davis ..................L, 69-63 (ot) at Alaska Fairbanks.......... W, 66-53 at Alaska Fairbanks.......... W, 61-52 at Alaska Anchorage.......... L, 69-67 CS HAYWARD ................ W, 81-38 ALASKA ANCHORAGE ... W, 81-71 $Mazatlan Classic (Runners-up) %Fresno St. Taco Bell Classic (Runners-up) #CSUS Green Classic (Champions)

vs. Army% ....................... W, 94-56 vs. Maine% ...................L, 90-83 (ot) at Santa Clara ................... L, 90-69 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 66-65 at San Francisco ................ L, 71-50 at Pepperdine ................... L, 84-73 at CS Northridge.............. W, 64-43 at Southern Utah .............. W, 69-55 USC .................................. L, 75-73 SOUTHERN UTAH ........... W, 86-62 vs. Eastern Washington .... W, 73-62 at Portland State................. L, 87-69 at Portland ......................... L, 80-76 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 80-49 PORTLAND STATE ............. L, 73-71 vs. Penn State* ................... L, 63-60 vs. Marquette* ................. W, 94-56 at Alaska Anchorage* ...... W, 73-68 #Wolf Pack Thanksgiving Invite $Fisher Implement Classic %Fun and Sun Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1992-93

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (17-10) at San Jose State .............. W, 74-56 at Houston% ...................... L, 65-58 vs. Jackson State% ............ W, 67-52 SAN FRANCISCO ...... W, 77-75 (ot) at Pacific ........................... L, 67-54 at Nevada$ ..................... W, 83-65 vs. Fresno State$ .............. W, 82-63 BOISE STATE ..................... L, 80-69 BIOLA ............................ W, 75-43 IDAHO .............................. L, 64-59 at San Diego ..................... L, 66-52 NORTHERN ARIZONA ..... W, 63-55 at Southern Utah .............. W, 80-70 at CS Northridge.............. W, 86-48 at UC Irvine ..................... W, 66-62 at Idaho ............................ L, 81-76 at Eastern Washington ....... L, 67-64 SANTA CLARA ................ W, 90-71 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 68-46 at Northern Arizona ........... L, 80-74 at Fresno State ........L, 105-103 (2ot) MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY . W, 70-62 NEVADA......................... W, 82-67 SOUTHERN UTAH ........... W, 82-62 vs. NE Illinois*.................. W, 93-67 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee* . W, 85-72 at Missouri-Kansas City* ..... L, 70-67 %Houston Hobby Hilton Classic $Nevada Classic *UMKC Tournament

1993-94

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (14-12) at California ...................... L, 95-73 PACIFIC............................. L, 68-54 vs. North Texas ................ W, 80-70 at UC Irvine ..................... W, 96-89 SAN JOSE STATE ........ W, 111-100 CAL POLY........................ W, 89-58 vs. SW Missouri State ....... L, 108-55 vs. Dartmouth .................. W, 70-67 at San Francisco .............. W, 78-73 at Nevada ....................... W, 77-54 at Santa Clara ................... L, 84-66 at Saint Mary’s .................. L, 85-64 SAN DIEGO ...................... L, 82-66 ALASKA FAIRBANKS ....... W, 74-40 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 84-64 SOUTHERN UTAH ........... W, 81-71 at Texas A&M .................... L, 87-63 at Sam Houston State ....... W, 63-56 at Chicago State .............. W, 70-56 NEVADA......................... W, 68-61 at CS Northridge.............. W, 65-56 at Southern Utah ................ L, 98-63 UC DAVIS ....................... L, 102-90 at Kansas State .................. L, 69-55 at Missouri-Kansas City ...... L, 68-62

1994-95

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (7-21, 4-4 AWC) TEXAS ............................. W, 88-85 at Tulane ........................... L, 64-55 vs. Missouri-Kansas City ... W, 79-49 at Pacific ........................... L, 68-53 vs. Ohio State# .................. L, 93-71 vs. Ohio# .......................... L, 91-86 vs. Saint Mary’s# ............... L, 88-68 at Arizona ....................... L, 105-50 vs. Pepperdine% ................. L, 78-64 vs. CS Fullerton% ................ L, 69-61 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 98-68 FRESNO STATE ................. L, 73-64 COLORADO STATE ........... L, 81-68 FORDHAM ...................... W, 76-72 SAN FRANCISCO .........L, 73-68 (ot) SANTA CLARA .................. L, 85-63 at Kansas State .................. L, 93-35 at Oral Roberts .................. L, 71-50 at Nevada ......................... L, 62-52 at Southern Utah ................ L, 87-56 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 70-55 NEVADA........................... L, 75-62 at Cal Poly ......................... L, 74-70 SOUTHERN UTAH ............. L, 93-76 CAL POLY........................ W, 75-57

at CS Northridge.............. W, 84-55 vs. Cal Poly& ................... W, 88-61 vs. Southern Utah&............. L, 89-58 #Kona Tournament %Northern Arizona Tournament &American West Conference Tourney

1995-96

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (10-18, 4-4 AWC) vs. Lamar#......................... L, 98-69 vs. Bradley#....................... L, 71-70 UC IRVINE ......................... L, 69-55 AMERICAN ..................... W, 64-60 IDAHO ............................ W, 69-68 NEVADA......................... W, 64-60 vs. San Jose State@ ............ L, 85-68 vs. CS Northridge@ .......... W, 72-58 CS SAN BERNARDINO .... W, 70-49 at Stanford% .................... L, 105-47 vs. Eastern Washington% .... L, 53-39 at Saint Mary’s .............L, 70-67 (ot) at San Jose State ................ L, 77-71 NORTHERN ARIZONA ....... L, 93-86 at Santa Clara ................... L, 84-70 at San Francisco ................ L, 88-70 SHIPPENSBURG ............. W, 105-59 at Fresno State ................... L, 89-64 at Long Beach State ............ L, 85-79 at Texas............................. L, 90-73 CAL POLY.......................... L, 80-69 SOUTHERN UTAH ............. L, 74-71 at Cal Poly ....................... W, 87-62 at CS Northridge.............. W, 69-58 at Southern Utah ................ L, 84-71 CS NORTHRIDGE ............ W, 80-75 vs. Cal Poly& ................... W, 77-61 vs. Southern Utah&............. L, 87-54 # Kansas State Tournament @Idaho Tournament % Stanford Tournament &American West Conference Tourney

1996-97

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (6-21, 4-12 BSC) at Idaho ............................ L, 81-62 CS FULLERTON .................. L, 71-63 vs. Colorado State! ............ L, 75-59 vs. Mercer! ........................ L, 68-60 SAN JOSE STATE ............ W, 71-55 SAINT MARY’S .........L, 87-81 (2OT) NEVADA........................... L, 69-64 OREGON STATE ............... L, 68-57 at Nevada ......................... L, 82-62

1991-92

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (13-16) OREGON STATE ............... L, 83-63 SAN JOSE STATE ............ W, 60-51 at Nevada# ....................... L, 73-72 vs. CS Northridge# .......... W, 74-50 vs. Fresno State# ................ L, 76-68 at Oregon State$ ............... L, 71-63 vs. CS Fullerton$ ................ L, 64-59 PACIFIC........................... W, 76-66 NEVADA......................... W, 71-59 FRESNO STATE ............... W, 69-65 vs. Arizona State% ............. L, 83-75

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ALL-TIME RESULTS LONG BEACH STATE ....... W, 73-60 EASTERN WASH.* ......L, 81-74 (OT) PORTLAND STATE* .......... W, 57-55 CS NORTHRIDGE* ........... W, 68-49 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 72-60 at Montana* ...................... L, 62-30 at Montana State* .............. L, 71-50 MONTANA STATE* ........... L, 74-51 at Weber State* ................. L, 62-43 at Portland State* ............... L, 62-52 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 71-59 MONTANA* ..................... L, 65-37 at Idaho State* ................... L, 63-58 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 64-51 at CS Northridge* ............ W, 51-42 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ... W, 77-69 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 67-54 vs. Montana State$ ............ L, 66-55 !Coors Rocky Mountain Invitational *Big Sky Conference games $Big Sky Conference Tournament

1997-98

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (6-19, 4-12 BSC) PACIFIC........................... W, 63-55 at American ....................... L, 82-41 at Navy ............................. L, 70-43 at San Jose State ................ L, 76-68 at Loyola Marymount .......... L, 79-62 at Saint Mary’s .................. L, 94-77 CAL POLY.......................... L, 84-79 at CS Fullerton ................. W, 79-75 SAN DIEGO .............W, 91-84 (OT) at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 72-69 at Portland State* ........L, 79-75 (OT) at CS Northridge* .............. L, 73-62 at Idaho State* ................... L, 76-67 MONTANA STATE* ......... W, 75-70 MONTANA* ..................... L, 63-47 at Montana State* .............. L, 81-73 at Weber State* ................. L, 90-71 PORTLAND STATE* .......... W, 65-63 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W, 75-60 at Montana* ...................... L, 81-56 IDAHO STATE* ...........L, 71-66 (OT) NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 89-60 CS NORTHRIDGE* ............. L, 60-58 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 70-64 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 74-61 *Big Sky Conference games

1998-99

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (3-23, 1-15 BSC) at Pacific ........................... L, 73-57 NAVY ............................... L, 75-71 at Nevada# ....................... L, 70-47 vs. San Jose State# ........... W, 76-63 SAINT MARY’S^ ................ L, 82-61 at San Diego ..................... L, 75-44 vs. Georgia$ ..................... L, 94-48 vs. Jacksonville State$....... W, 71-52 vs. Holy Cross%.................. L, 92-65 vs. Bucknell% ..................... L, 74-73 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 64-53 at Weber State* ................. L, 87-51 EASTERN WASHINGTON* L, 69-57 PORTLAND STATE* ............ L, 83-59 CS NORTHRIDGE* ............. L, 75-52 at Idaho State* ................... L, 58-53 at Montana* ...................... L, 72-56 at Montana State* .............. L, 70-49 MONTANA STATE* ........... L, 70-50 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 74-49 at Portland State* ............... L, 90-75 at Eastern Washington* .... W, 77-62 MONTANA* ..................... L, 76-53 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 59-43 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 79-64 at CS Northridge* .............. L, 93-59 #Danka Classic in Reno, Nev. ^Game played at Hornet Gym $ Boise State Christmas Classic % Saint Mary’s Christmas Classic *Big Sky Conference games

1999-00

Head Coach: Sue Huffman (6-21, 4-12 BSC) at Santa Clara ................... L, 76-50 LAMAR ........................... W, 61-54 at Fresno State ................... L, 69-44 AZUSA PACIFIC............... W, 68-58 at Saint Mary’s .................. L, 75-41 SAN JOSE STATE .............. L, 62-60 at USC .............................. L, 84-42 vs. Duke# .......................... L, 81-45 vs. UNLV# ......................... L, 78-64 at Cal Poly ......................... L, 73-58 WEBER STATE* ................ W, 66-44 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 75-48 PACIFIC............................. L, 69-47 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 73-54 at Portland State* ............... L, 83-68 at Cal State Northridge* ..... L, 76-52 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 79-59 MONTANA STATE* ......... W, 71-60 MONTANA* ..................... L, 73-62 at Montana State* .............. L, 78-57 at Weber State* ................. L, 80-64 PORTLAND STATE* .......... W, 60-55 EASTERN WASH.* ........... W, 67-63 at Montana* ...................... L, 88-47 at Idaho State* ................... L, 70-62 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 74-57 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE* . L, 70-67 #Nasau Sun Splash Shootout *Big Sky Conference games

2000-01

Head Coach: Carolyn Jenkins (3-23, 1-15 BSC) at San Jose State ................ L, 71-59 at Pacific ........................... L, 74-71 at Cal Poly ......................... L, 75-68 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 66-48 at Fresno State ................... L, 67-61 USC .................................. L, 87-61 SANTA CLARA .................. L, 88-31 WYOMING ....................... L, 80-68 GONZAGA ..................... W, 71-58 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 82-62 at Cal State Northridge* ..... L, 88-62 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 59-56 at Weber State* ................. L, 87-45 at UC Riverside ................ W, 89-83 EASTERN WASHINGTON* L, 67-54 PORTLAND STATE* .......... W, 75-56 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE* . L, 75-70 at Idaho State* ................... L, 62-45 at Montana* ...................... L, 93-51 at Montana State* .............. L, 64-60 MONTANA STATE* ........... L, 73-64 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 62-59 at Portland State* ............... L, 80-63 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 74-41 MONTANA* ..............L, 72-64 (OT) IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 62-35 *Big Sky Conference games

2001-02

Head Coach: Carolyn Jenkins (0-27, 0-14 BSC) at Colorado State ............. L, 102-30 at Wyoming .................... L, 101-47 PACIFIC............................. L, 86-46 at UNLV ............................ L, 92-34 vs. Seton Hall ..................... L, 88-46 SAN JOSE STATE .............. L, 82-57 AIR FORCE ........................ L, 72-48 at San Diego State ............. L, 72-51 at San Diego ..................... L, 84-60 UC RIVERSIDE.................... L, 65-54 ARMY ............................... L, 64-59 GONZAGA ....................... L, 89-55 at Saint Mary’s .................. L, 88-51 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 75-63 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 70-53 at Northern Arizona* ....... L, 101-29 at Montana State* .............. L, 82-47 at Montana* ...................... L, 79-56

PORTLAND STATE* ............ L, 67-45 EASTERN WASHINGTON* .. L, 78-59 at Weber State* ................. L, 76-50 at Idaho State* ................... L, 75-49 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 72-40 MONTANA* ..................... L, 72-31 MONTANA STATE* ........... L, 69-45 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 73-44 at Portland State* ............... L, 71-43 *Big Sky Conference games

2002-03

Head Coach: Carolyn Jenkins (3-24, 1-13 BSC) vs. UCLA^ ....................... L, 106-43 at Hawai’i^ ....................... L, 79-53 CAL POLY.......................... L, 60-49 SAN DIEGO ...................... L, 71-45 NEVADA........................... L, 65-54 at Pacific ........................... L, 92-50 at UC Riverside .................. L, 65-56 ND DE NAMUR ............... W, 77-55 at Air Force ....................... L, 86-61 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 64-56 SOUTHERN UTAH ............. L, 52-45 SAN JOSE CHRISTIAN ..... W, 90-46 SAN DIEGO STATE ............ L, 77-68 PORTLAND STATE* ............ L, 77-51 EASTERN WASHINGTON .. L, 69-40 at Idaho State* ................... L, 77-62 at Weber State* ................. L, 73-47 MONTANA STATE* ........... L, 91-53 MONTANA* ..................... L, 82-45 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 73-44 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 77-46 at Portland State* ............... L, 69-55 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 76-51 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 70-67 at Montana* ...................... L, 75-45 at Montana State* ............ W, 62-60 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 75-64 *Big Sky Conference Games ^Hawai’i Tourney (Honolulu, Hawaii)

2003-04

Head Coach: Dan Muscatell (1-26, 1-13 BSC) at Cal Poly ......................... L, 77-64 at Southern Utah ................ L, 73-53 vs. North Carolina State# ... L, 69-42 vs. Kansas# ....................... L, 70-64 SANTA CLARA .................. L, 79-69 at Kansas State& ................ L, 94-31 vs. Texas-Pan American& ... L, 60-50 SAN JOSE STATE .............. L, 70-39 at Nevada ......................... L, 65-55 UC IRVINE ......................... L, 55-41 at UC Riverside .................. L, 58-50 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 55-48 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN..... L, 49-47 at Portland State* ............. W, 56-50 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 67-49 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 65-53 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 47-43 at Montana State* .............. L, 71-39 at Montana* ...................... L, 76-50 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 60-51 EASTERN WASHINGTON* L, 91-54 PORTLAND STATE* ............ L, 66-51 at Weber State* ................. L, 78-47 at Idaho State* ................... L, 78-48 MONTANA* ..................... L, 68-46 MONTANA STATE* ........... L, 66-48 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 78-61 #Oregon Calssic &Commerce Bank Tournament *Big Sky Conference Games

2004-05

Head Coach: Dan Muscatell (8-20, 4-10 BSC) at San Jose State ................ L, 59-46 UC RIVERSIDE.................. W, 59-58 UC DAVIS ......................... L, 58-50 at Cal Poly ......................... L, 73-65 at Saint Mary’s .................. L, 70-50

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OHIO .............................. W, 83-76 NEVADA........................... L, 64-57 at UC Irvine ............... W, 70-68 (ot) at Texas Tech ..................... L, 83-37 NEW MEXICO STATE ...... W, 46-39 at Gonzaga ....................... L, 71-56 WYOMING ....................... L, 58-36 at Idaho State* ................... L, 63-57 at Weber State* ................. L, 66-49 MONTANA STATE* ... W, 70-65 (ot) MONTANA* ..................... L, 70-46 at UC Davis ....................... L, 74-65 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 55-49 at Eastern Washington* W, 72-68 (ot) at Portland State* ............. W, 59-53 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 74-40 IDAHO STATE* .............L, 70-67 (ot) at Montana* ...................... L, 57-54 at Montana State* .............. L, 74-65 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 60-50 PORTLAND STATE* ............ L, 59-57 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W, 57-41 vs. Northern Arizona# ........ L, 67-58 * Big Sky Conference games # Big Sky Tournament

2005-06

Head Coach: Dan Muscatell (9-17, 4-10 BSC) at Wyoming ...................... L, 47-35 at Boise State ..................... L, 80-52 SOUTHERN UTAH ....W, 68-67 (OT) at No. 24 Texas Tech ......... L, 63-53 GONZAGA ..................... W, 73-54 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 78-65 at Nevada ......................... L, 63-52 WOFFORD ...................... W, 71-57 PACIFIC........................... W, 76-66 at New Mexico State ......... L, 75-58 at Saint Mary’s .................. L, 52-51 at George Washington ....... L, 63-42 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 79-76 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 57-55 at Montana State* ............ W, 66-57 at Montana* ...................... L, 78-59 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 68-54 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W, 69-61 PORTLAND STATE* .......... W, 70-65 at Weber State* ................. L, 59-55 at Idaho State* ................... L, 75-60 MONTANA* ..................... L, 79-45 MONTANA STATE* ....L, 86-80 (OT) NORTHERN ARIZONA* ... W, 61-59 at Portland State* ............... L, 72-60 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 79-58 *Big Sky Conference Games

2006-07

Head Coach: Dan Muscatell (3-27, 1-15 BSC) BETHANY ........................ W, 52-48 at Gonzaga ....................... L, 84-43 at Washington State ........... L, 79-65 at Idaho ............................ L, 57-48 vs. North Carolina^............ L, 99-38 vs. UCLA^ ......................... L, 87-64 vs. Denver^ ....................... L, 60-31 NEVADA........................... L, 75-42 at UC Davis ....................... L, 59-55 at Pacific ........................... L, 62-55 PORTLAND ...................... W, 63-55 SAINT MARY’S .................. L, 71-59 at Louisville ........................ L, 77-42 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 76-54 NORTHERN COLORADO* . W, 54-47 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 69-46 at Northern Arizona* ......... L, 83-46 at Kansas .......................... L, 69-50 at Portland State* ............... L, 80-72 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 74-56 at Northern Colorado* ....... L, 70-45 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 83-59 MONTANA STATE* ........... L, 66-59 MONTANA* ..................... L, 78-50 at Montana State* .............. L, 80-54 at Weber State* ................. L, 79-75

PORTLAND STATE* ............ L, 76-65 EASTERN WASHINGTON* L, 66-63 at Montana ........................ L, 76-43 at Idaho State .................... L, 93-73 *Big Sky Conference Games ^Hawaiian Airlines Rainbow Wahine Classic

2007-08

Head Coach: Dan Muscatell (6-22, 4-12 BSC) at UC Davis ....................... L, 68-39 at Drake ............................ L, 89-52 at Iowa State...................... L, 99-45 at UC Irvine ....................... L, 78-44 SAN JOSE STATE ............ W, 60-57 SANTA CLARA .................. L, 67-60 at San Francisco ................ L, 70-57 GONZAGA ....................... L, 75-63 PACIFIC........................... W, 87-85 at Boise State ..................... L, 87-60 at Fresno State ................... L, 81-58 PORTLAND ........................ L, 74-61 PORTLAND STATE* ............ L, 81-69 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W, 73-70 at Montana State* .............. L, 86-58 at Montana* ...................... L, 82-52 at Northern Arizona* ....... W, 62-53 WEBER STATE* .................. L, 77-44 IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 90-73 NORTHERN COLORADO* . W, 64-62 at Eastern Washington* .... W, 81-72 at Portland State* ........L, 68-67 (OT) MONTANA STATE* ........... L, 72-59 MONTANA* ..................... L, 75-63 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 77-62 at Idaho State* ................... L, 95-78 at Weber State* ................. L, 84-58 at Northern Colorado* ....... L, 75-48 *Big Sky Conference games

2008-09

Head Coach: Dan Muscatell (9-21, 7-9 BSC) at UNLV ............................ L, 92-71 at Oregon State ............... L, 100-45 at Santa Clara ................. W, 62-52 FRESNO STATE ................. L, 74-68 at San Jose State ................ L, 49-48 at Portland ......................... L, 63-59 UC IRVINE ......................... L, 54-53 UC DAVIS ....................... W, 53-45 SAN FRANCISCO .............. L, 64-55 at Texas Tech ..................... L, 83-46 at Pacific ........................... L, 76-64 at San Diego State^ ........... L, 75-47 vs. UTEP^ .......................... L, 67-49 at Portland State* ............... L, 81-66 at Eastern Washington* ...... L, 69-64 MONTANA STATE* ..W, 88-86 (OT) MONTANA* ..................... L, 77-67 NORTHERN ARIZONA* ..... L, 61-58 at Weber State* ............... W, 68-57 at Idaho State* ................... L, 64-57 at Northern Colorado* ..... W, 71-53 EASTERN WASHINGTON* W, 74-67 PORTLAND STATE* ............ L, 74-65 at Montana* ...................... L, 75-48 at Montana State* .............. L, 78-63 at Northern Arizona* ..W, 83-80 OT IDAHO STATE* .................. L, 70-64 WEBER STATE* ................ W, 59-53 NORTHERN COLORADO . W, 74-60 vs. Idaho State# ..........L, 78-76 (OT) *Big Sky Conference games ^Surf-n-Slam Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) #Big Sky Tournament (Missoula, Mont.)


HORNET ROSTER (1971-PRES.) A

Alldrin, Cindy .......... 2004-06 Amthor, Susan ......... 1988-90 Anderson, Caree ...... 1990-95 Anderson, Diane ...... 1978-80

B

Baker, Heather ......... 1989-93 Baldwin, Lora........... 1998-99 Ball, Lindsay ............ 1997-98 Beal, Kim ................. 1987-89 Bebber, Chalmers..... 1989-93 Besio, Cindy ............ 2003-04 Bishop, Darla ........... 2007-08 Black, Samania ........ 2003-05 Boudreaux, Shelby ... 1992-96 Bowman, Mary Ann . 1995-97 Boyd, Torilynn.......... 1998-01 Boyer, Atty .............. 2005-09 Braaten, Marlo......... 1986-90 Bradley, Cheryl ........ 1982-83 Bradshaw, Geri........ 1971-73 Bredeson, Judy......... 1973-74 Brockett, Christine .... 1996-97 Brown, Tyeisha ........ 2003-05 Bryan, Christi ........... 1990-91

C

Cadotte, Ashley ....... 2004-06 Caldwell, Regina ...... 1982-83 Calmettes, Lindsay...... 2004-06 Cannady, Jasmine ..... 2007-pres. Cambra, Kim ........... 1989-90 Capps, Karen .......... 1970-72 Carroll, Heidi ........... 1982-86 Carter, PreShice ....... 1999-00 Cash, Melissa .......... 1995-96 Chalk, Judy ............. 1971-73 Chambers, Cheryl .... 1982-84 Chandler, Alana ...... 1996-97 Chavez, Debbie ....... 1973-74 Cherry, Stephanie .... 2003-07 Christensen, Emily ..... 2007-pres. Ciampi, Katelyn ....... 2002-06 Conley, Crystal ........ 2001-03 Conarroe, Kate ........ 2002-03 Costanza, Cathy ...... 1982-84 Craig, Sarah............ 2002-04

D

Davis, Kelli .............. 2006-09 Davis, Marlene ........ 1971-73 Davy, Bernadette ...... 1986-89 Daykin, Willow ........ 1995-96 Dedoshka, Donna .... 1972-77 Denes, Eileen ........... 1973-77 Derry, Dottie ............ 1979-80 Digitale, Sue ............ 1973-78 Dominguez, Raquel .. 1998-00 Drakulich, Jan .......... 1972-73 Dunn, Kerri .............. 1998-00 Dyer, Denise ............ 1989-90

E

Edwards, Erika ..... 2006-pres. Ellis, Seleta .............. 1980-83 Enders, Erin ............. 1994-96 Espinosa, Allison ...... 1991-92 Estrella, Tamica ........ 2001-02

L

Field-Polisso, Sami ... 2007-pres. Fontana, Stefani ....... 1979-81

Ladd, Carrie ............ 1984-89 Lallas, Lexi ............... 2006-07 Lange, Jorie ............. 1979-80 Lankford, Yvette ....... 1984-87 Lara, Maria ............. 1996-98 Ledbetter, Jackie....... 1978-79 Lee, JoeAnn ............. 1994-95 Littleton, Karen ......... 1975-80 Lugert, Terri ............. 1987-91

G

M

F

Hadley, Dana .......... 1972-73 Hampton, Teresa ...... 1988-91 Hardaway, Nichole ... 1999-03 Harrigan, Debbie ..... 1982-86 Hashigami, Jody ...... 1992-93 Heard, Lindsey ......... 2004-06 Hodges, Kelly .......... 1998-01 Holm, Heather ......... 1992-95 Holm, Heidi ............. 1992-94 Huffman, Sue ........... 1972-77 Hughes, Arnika ........ 1996-97 Hughes, Kelly ........... 2005-08 Hunt, Janice ............. 1971-73 Hunter, Heidi ........... 1995-96

Main, Suzie ............. 1996-98 Majalya, Annette ..... 1989-91 Mallin, Terry ............ 1973-78 Manning, Rachelle ... 1993-94 Marion, Connie........ 1986-87 Martini, Lauretta....... 1980-81 Mason, Stacey ......... 1982-83 Matsuhara, Colleen .. 1971-73 Mayes, Imani ........... 1999-00 McIntire, Kelli ........... 1986-90 Melchoir, Patti .......... 1989-90 Meyers, Carol .......... 1971-73 Millender, Tressie ..... 1991-93 Miller, Jeanine ......... 1982-86 Miller, Samantha...... 2001-02 Miller, Terry ............. 1977-79 Misner, Becky .......... 1998-99 Moharreri, Fariba .... 1980-81 Mollet, Ali................ 2004-08 Monroe, Marcie ....... 1971-72 Moon, Megan .......... 2002-04 Moser, Susan ........... 1990-92 Mulvehill, Melissa ..... 1991-92 Myers, Sharon ......... 1984-85

I

N

Gaines, Renee ......... 1983-84 Gallagher, Karri ... 2008-Pres. Garcia, Ashley ..... 2006-pres. Garduno, Gina ........ 1985-86 Garland, Kerri ......... 1996-98 Gatson, Sydney ....... 1999-04 Gray, Tina ............... 1984-86 Green, Tesia ............ 1991-93

H

Iceman, Danielle ...... 2001-04 Irby, Debbie ............ 1975-77

J

Jackson, Ashley ....... 2003-06 Jackson, Joanne ....... 1985-88 Jacobsen, Kris .......... 1979-80 Jenkins, Ciara .......... 2001-02 Johnson, Jonelle ....... 1980-81 Johnson, Sheila ........ 1986-90 Jurgens-Duenas, Kristine ... 2008-Pres.

K

Kabwasa, Celine ...... 1985-89 Karley, Kris .............. 1994-97 Kelly, Kathy ............. 1982-83 Kennedy, Lisa .......... 1979-80 Kenyon, Tracey ........ 1998-01 Kerley, Ebonie ......... 2001-02 Kliewer, Natasha ..... 1993-94 Knowlton, Kristine ......2001-05 Kockinis, Vicki ......... 1975-77 Koshiyama-Diaz, Tika ....2007-pres. Kuelper, Kellie ......... 1993-97 Kuhl, Jennifer ........... 1980-81

Nicholls, Ethel .......... 1982-84 Niemann, Kristin ...... 1997-99 Nowack, Karen ........ 1979-80

O

O’Donnell, Ruth ....... 1986-87 Olivarez, Dolores ..... 2001-05

P

Palmisano, Margerite . 1985-87 Pannell, Sheila ......... 1977-79 Payne, Nneka ...... 2008-Pres. Peterson, Diane ........ 2002-04 Pifer, Sandy ............. 1971-72 Pinnick, Pamela ........ 1990-91 Piper, Eileen ............ 1973-74 Poulsen, Krista ......... 1985-86

R

Ralphs, Marcey ........ 1994-95 Ranney, April .......... 1998-01 Reams, Becca........... 2004-08 Reynolds, Catherine . 1996-98 Robinson, Necole ..... 1997-99 Rodriguez, Rexanne . 1999-01 Rogers, Stacey ......... 1983-85 Rotta, Deanne .......... 1980-81

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Rouse, Pat ............... 1971-72 Ryan, Kristy ............. 1990-94

S

Schaefers, Jan.......... 1975-78 Schott, Stacey .......... 1994-95 Scott, Kathy ............. 1983-84 Scott, Tevani ............ 1986-89 Scoubes, Sephora .... 1999-01 Sheehy, Kim ............ 2003-07 Siebe, Caren............ 1990-94 Simmons, Linda........ 1978-81 Simmons, Lorraine.... 1977-80 Smartt, Darlene ........ 1980-81 Smith, Nanci ............ 1972-73 Smith, Stacey ........... 1980-81 Smurzynski, Kelly ..... 1998-00 Soares, Deanna ....... 1975-77 Stapp, Sarah ........... 1992-96 Staub, Marie............ 1989-90 St. Clair, Michelle ..... 1997-01 Stobener, Lynn ......... 1984-85 Storms, Ashley ......... 2004-07 Swartout, Amy ......... 1998-99

T

Tablada, Kim ........... 1987-89 Talbott, Kelly ............ 1982-86 Tallman, Tola ........... 2000-01 Thompson, Tess ........ 2002-05 Thurman, Alyson ...... 2001-04 Timperley, Gina ....... 1979-80 Tomlinson, Karlita .... 1997-98 Townsend, Sheila ..... 1993-96 Tremelling, Cheryl .... 1972-74 Trippet, Jane ............ 1977-79

V

Torilynn Boyd

Ashley Storms

Carrie Ladd

Vais, Rosa ............... 1978-81 Van Drimelen, Shelly . 1977-78 Vega, Kelly .............. 2006-07 Voisard, Jessica ....... 2003-04

W

Walker, Jeanne........ 1983-85 Wastell, Julie ........... 1995-99 Wheeler, Sue ........... 1972-74 Whent, Shannon ...... 2000-01 White, Alex .......... 2008-Pres. White, Evelyn .......... 1993-96 Williams, Kim .......... 1988-89 Willard, Jourdan ...... 2006-08 Willie, Suzanne ....... 1983-85 Wilson, LaTonya ...... 1987-89 Woodson, April ....... 1999-00

Kelli McIntire

Y

Yancey, Kendra ....... 2001-02

Z

Zanze, Angela ......... 1997-98

Suzanne Willie

*Bold indicates current players

2009-10 SACRAMENTO STATE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


Quick Facts • Sacramento State is the seventh largest university in the 23-campus CSU system, enrolling a multicultural student body of more than 29,000. The 300-acre campus is sheltered by more than 3,000 trees and dotted with flower gardens, including 3 million square feet of building space. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby river parkway, linking the University and student housing with recreational areas such as Folsom Lake and Old Sacramento. • Quality teaching is a top priority, and classes are small and personalized. More than 80 percent of recent graduates say their professors were enthusiastic and genuinely enjoyed teaching. • Preparing students for a career is a vital part of the education here. Thousands of students from all majors earn academic credit working in internship and co-op positions, many of which are paid. • Sacramento State, often called “Sac State,” was founded as Sacramento State College in 1947 during a time of intense demand for higher education after World War II. We moved to our permanent location on the banks of the historic American River in 1953. In 1972, we were renamed California State University, Sacramento. • The University is in the midst of an ambitious new master plan that will remake Sacramento State into a residential campus and add some 1.5 million square feet of building space. The plan, to guide campus growth in coming decades, includes additional housing, and a recreation and wellness center. • Unlimited bus and light rail service throughout Sacramento is free for University students. Students may attend all home athletic events for free and attend other campus events for free or at a discount. More than half the students join one of the more than 200 student organizations, which include 35 fraternities and sororities.

Founded ....................................... 1947 Location ..................... Sacramento, Calif. Campus Size .......................... 300 acres Student Body Breakdown Student to Faculty Ratio ............... 20:1 Enrollment .............................. 29,011 Men ....................................... 12,041 Women .................................. 16,970 Undergraduate ....................... 24,034 Graduate ................................. 4,977 Full-Time Faculty .............................. 705 Part-Time Faculty ............................. 779 Degree Programs Undergraduate .............................. 60 Graduate ...................................... 40 Campus Phone Numbers Admissions ......................... 278-3901 Campus Operator ............... 278-6011 Housing ............................. 278-6655 Internet Address ............ www.csus.edu


• Sacramento State offers 60 undergraduate and 40 graduate degrees in eight Colleges. Teacher education is the largest academic program, followed by business, criminal justice, communication studies, psychology and computer science. The student-to-faculty ratio is 20 to 1; more than 70 percent of classes have fewer than 30 students. • Attracting students from all over the world, the criminal justice program is one of the largest in the United States. • One in 26 residents of the six-county Sacramento Region is a Sacramento State graduate. The University directly and indirectly contributes more than $900 million to the region’s economy annually. • Almost 700 new school teachers graduate from Sacramento State each year. • Seventy-eight percent of students say that Sacramento State was their first or only choice. • Sacramento State was the site of the 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Div. I Track & Field Championships, and the Sacramento State Aquatic Center was the site of the 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships. In addition, Sacramento State was host of the 2007 NCAA Div. I Women’s Volleyball Final Four at Arco Arena. • Sacramento State hosted the most successful U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials ever in 2000, and hosted the event again in 2004. • Famous Sacramento State alumni include actor Tom Hanks, Grammy award winner Bobby McFerrin, former cohost of Good Morning America Joan Lunden, former host of the Early Show, Rene Syler, stand-up comedian Brian Posehn, actor Carlos Alazraqui, film director Joe Carnahan, former Stockton mayor Edward Chavez, famous economist and author Richard J. Maybury, former KTLA Morning News Giselle Fernández and founding member of the Village People David Hodo. • Famous Sacramento State athletics alumni include retired nine-year NFL offensive lineman and two-time Super Bowl winner John Gesek, Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, former 10-year NFL fullback Daimon Shelton, nine-year long snapper and three-time Super Bowl winner Lonie Paxton, former 12-year NFL defensive back Lorenzo Lynch, CFL Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Ricky Ray, former CFL three-time leading rusher Charles Roberts, Arena Football League record-setting quarterback Aaron Garcia and former San Francisco wide receiver Fred Otis Amey.

Partnering With Athletics For Excellence When the Sacramento State student body overwhelmingly passed a referendum in the spring of 1995, it began a partnership between the Hornet Athletics Department and Associated Students, Inc. That vote by the students helps fund the athletics department and has been a key factor in the recent success. ASI is a student-run, non-profit corporation that represents the student body in the governance of the University. One of ASI’s goals is to facilitate student participation in a full range of campus life and learning outside the classroom. Guided by this goal, ASI supports intercollegiate, recreational, and intramural sports, which is not only an important part of campus life, but an arena in which leadership skills are developed. ASI also operates the Green Sting student organization, the Sacramento State Aquatic Center (which is home to the Hornet rowing team), the Challenge Center, Peak Adventures and numerous other student organizations.


• The city of Sacramento (population 400,018) is the cultural, educational, business and governmental center of a four-county metropolitan region. As California’s capitol city, Sacramento is center stage for governmental policy for the entire state. A dynamic business sector, an expanding public transportation system, affordable housing, and growing cultural, educational, and medical facilities serve the needs of 1.5 million people. • One of the most affordable big cities in California., Sacramento is part of a Capital Region in the heart of Northern California, one of the country’s most beautiful areas. Within easy driving distance are San Francisco, the Napa and Sonoma valleys, Yosemite Valley and the Lake Tahoe region’s ski slopes. • Founded in 1849, Sacramento was California’s first charter city and is at the heart of California history – the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad all began in Sacramento. The city’s rich historical heritage, commitment to quality of life, and abundance of trees and parkland contributed to Newsweek magazine naming Sacramento one of the ten best cities in the United States. • Sacramento is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, the Sacramento River Cats (Oakland A’s Triple-A affiliate) and the WNBA’s Sacramento Monarchs. • Sacramento has also become a tourist center with attractions including the State Capitol building, North America’s largest railroad museum, the Old Sacramento historic area, the California State History Museum and the Crocker Art Museum.


Dr. Alexander Gonzalez has served more than three decades as a professor and education leader, including serving as president of California State University, Sacramento, since 2003. As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. He grew up in East Los Angeles with six siblings, graduating from high school at a time when students did not have the same options for higher education that they have today. Dr. Gonzalez enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at age 17, served four years and then used the G.I. Bill to graduate from Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s in psychology and doctorate from the University of California, Santa Cruz, before serving as a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University. His experience includes six years as president of California State University, San Marcos, and 18 years at Fresno State, where he was a faculty member and chair of the Psychology Department before becoming the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. At Sacramento State, Dr. Gonzalez implemented his Destination 2010 initiative to transform the campus into a premier metropolitan university. The bold initiative seeks to make Sacramento State a campus of choice for students in the Sacramento region and beyond.

Following his belief that universities and communities must work together to improve lives and opportunities, Dr. Gonzalez serves on the Sutter Health Board of Directors and the Pomona College Board of Trustees. He previously served on the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans and the Valley Vision Board of Directors. His service on several boards and commissions includes six years as a commissioner for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the accrediting agency for higher education institutions in the western United States. He also served as chair of the Governing Board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. His commitment to the California State University system includes serving on a work group that reviewed and recommended corrective action on remedial education, and, more recently, as a member of a committee of presidents considering policy on enrollment management, the CSU’s Technology Steering Committee, and the Institute for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Gonzalez is Sacramento State’s 11th president. His wife, Gloria, is also a graduate of the CSU. They have two sons.

Dr. Terry Wanless’ seven-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 18-year Division I history. His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last three years where the Hornets have combined to win 21 conference championships. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during both the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. In addition, the program has claimed back-to-back Big Sky Conference Women’s All-Sports Trophies. In fact, of the 330 Div. I athletics programs, SI.com ranked Sacramento State as the 36th best athletics program during the 2007-08 academic year. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision, Wanless has overseen significant facility enhancement to the athletic facilities. The biggest change came during the spring of 2008 with the opening of the Broad Fieldhouse, which serves as the home to Hornet football and track and field, as well as athletic training and strength and conditioning. The Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse is the first step of an elaborate plan that began with the passing of a referendum by the Sacramento State student body. That vote will also lead to the creation of a recreation and wellness center which will benefit the entire student body and is expected to open in the fall of 2010. Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and just completed a term as a member of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision selection committee and the Div. I Football Issues Committee. Previously, he was a member of the NCAA Football rules committee and the NCAA Peer Review committee. Wanless has been a visible member of the Sacramento State athletics family, constantly representing the University and department at public outings and speaking engagements. His commitment to the student-athlete has also been clear as both he and his wife, Joanne, attend the majority of Hornet home athletic events and support several teams on the road. His leadership and academic support have been evident to the student-athletes in other ways as well. The department’s Life Skills Program has seen rapid growth, significantly increasing the number of summer and fifth-year scholarships available to Hornet student-athletes. The Life Skills program has also launched the program’s first computer lab and offers Hornet student-athletes tutoring as well as academic counseling.

Over the last seven years, Sacramento State student-athletes have posted nearly 2,000 term GPAs of 3.0 or above, and close to 500 Hornets have earned conference all-academic honors during that same time period. His efforts in restoring the department’s booster club structure as well as aggressively improving the University’s collegiate licensing program, while not readily visible, are projects that will surely enhance the program’s financial footing in years to come. Athletically, the Hornets have also seen continued growth and success on the field of play. During his seven years at Sacramento State, 22 teams and 125 individuals have advanced to NCAA postseason competition. Wanless’ efforts to put the Hornets on the map have been instrumental in helping make Sacramento State the unofficial “home of NCAA Championships”. During his seven years of leadership, Sacramento State has served as host to seven NCAA championships (four track, two rowing, one volleyball) as well as the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Prior to Sacramento State, Wanless served as athletics director at the University of North Dakota from 1990-1999, guiding the program to one of its most successful decades in school history. During that time, North Dakota enjoyed strong competitive success, winning four NCAA national championships and 36 conference titles. Additionally, 25 other teams finished second in their respective conferences. Before his position at North Dakota, Wanless was director of intercollegiate athletics at Western Carolina for four years and held a variety of positions, including director of intercollegiate athletics, at Towson University in Maryland. Wanless earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Black Hills State, a master’s degree in physical education from Northern Illinois and a doctorate in athletics administration from Temple. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of two children. Their daughter, Heather, and her husband, Chad Collins, reside in Lexington, Ky., with their daughter Hadley and son Jack. Their son Troy, and his wife, Jesi, live in Minneapolis with their daughter Elli.


The Student-Athlete Resource Center offers academic advising, tutoring and mentoring, NCAA rules education and compliance, athletic financial services support, and life skills programming for all student-athletes of Sacramento State’s Division I Intercollegiate Athletics program. The S.A.R.C.’s services and programming are provided in an assortment of ways including individual advising, orientations, group and team meetings, coaches’ compliance and rules education sessions, freshmen seminar classes, and a variety of student development and academic workshops. S.A.R.C. Director Paul Edwards, Academic Athletic Services Coordinator Laurie Dahlberg, Football Athletic Advisor Bob Shook and Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development Coordinator Mark McGushin serve as the primary advisors to the student-athletes. Additionally, McGushin coordinates the mentoring program which addresses student-athletes experiencing academic difficulties. The Student-Athlete Academic & Life Skills Lab is available to student-athletes as a study area and to meet with tutors. The S.A.R.C. also provides additional services, guest speakers and

Paul Edwards

Steve DeHart

Heather Farwig

Joe Ramos

Laurie Dahlberg

Mark McGushin

workshops related to finding information on campus, in the community and NCAA resources in a variety of areas related to student life, welfare and career opportunities. Athletic Compliance and Financial Services Director Katherine Zedonis and Compliance Coordinator Tina Westerhold are responsible for the administration of NCAA eligibility rules education and compliance for all intercollegiate teams, including issues related to athletic financial aid of student-athletes. The Athletic Compliance Office is responsible for developing, monitoring and enforcing a compliance program that ensures the integrity of the institution within the guidelines of the NCAA, Big Sky Conference and the University. Admission Counselor/NCAA Initial Eligibility Coordinator Josh Collins services Sacramento State student-athletes with admission processing responsibilities and monitoring of NCAA initial-eligibility requirements. Collins works closely with both new transfer and incoming freshmen student-athletes. He is the main contact at Sacramento State for student-athletes working with NCAA Eligibility Center procedures.

Bob Shook

Katherine Zedonis Tina Westerhold

Josh Collins

The goal of the athletic training staff is to provide all Sacramento State student-athletes with high quality health care. Headed by full-time certified athletic trainers Steve DeHart, Heather Farwig and Joe Ramos, the Hornets’ athletic training facility provides state-of-the-art support and the services of highly trained sports medicine and health care professionals. Should an injury occur, student-athletes are seen immediately by their sport’s specific athletic trainer, and are referred, when necessary, to the appropriate medical provider or facility. Sacramento State boasts three athletic training facilities (two located in the physical education complex and one at the Broad Fieldhouse). All athletic training facilities are equipped with the finest therapeutic modalities and rehabilitative apparatus. A staff of three team physicians (Dr. Alan Hirahara, Dr. Ronald Sockolov, Dr. Harold Strauch) and a skillful and talented athletic training staff tend to the medical and rehabilitative needs of each and every student-athlete. Also assisting in the health of the student-athletes is a Kaiser physician, two dentists, a physical therapist and a chiropractor. Sacramento State’s athletic training staff consists of three full-time certified athletic trainers, three graduate assistants and more than 15 athletic training students preparing for a career in sports medicine.

Kyle Yamashiro Physical Therapist RESULTS PT 9500 Micron Ave, Suite 200 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 362-7962

Dr. Alan Hirahara Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street, Suite 330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049 Dr. Ronald Sockolov Family Practice 1 Scripps Drive, #202 Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 927-1114

Dr. Boris Ellyason Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Surgeon 1600 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 784-5283 Dr. Harold Strauch Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street #330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049

Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist 6246 Fair Oaks Blvd. Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 972-8851 Dr. Greg Heise Oral Surgeon 2525 K Street #101 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 442-1882


Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 8th Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball 1st Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer 3rd Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis 4th Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 28th Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball 2nd Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis 5th Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 21st Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 7th Season

John Smith Baseball 32nd Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football 3rd Season

Kathy Strahan Softball 18th Season

David Sutherland Golf 3rd Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball 2nd Season

Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Terrance Brooks Strength/Conditioning

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Toni Brown Stinger Athletic Foundation

Rebekah Capel Travel Coordinator

Tristian Cormier Technical Support

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

J.D. Fox Assistant Media Relations Director

Joe Gengler Facilities/Operations Assistant

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Mark Livingston Associate Athletics Director

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

Lois Mattice Associate Athletics Director

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Tom Ruelas Strength/Conditioning

T-Anté Sims Director of Ticket Operations

Steve Tebbs Facilities/Operations Director

Gigi Timpson Business Assistant

Rose Welch Business Manager

Becca Whitman Assistant A.D. for Corporate Sales


Sacramento State Women's Basketball Media Guide