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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2 | K-STATE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

133 | RECORD BOOK

Table of Contents | Quick Facts & Kansas State Travel Itinerary | 2012-13 Schedule | 2012-13 TV/Radio Roster | 2008 & 2004 Big 12 Regular Season Champions | 2011-12 K-State Award Winners | March Madness | Home Court Advantage | National Prominence | K-State and USA Basketball | From K-State to a Dream | Wildcats in the WNBA | National Media Attention | Head Coach Deb Patterson | Exceptional Coaching | Support and Medical Staffs | Strength & Conditioning | Academic Excellence | K-State & Fort Riley | Community Outreach | Wildcats Off the Court | The Future of K-State Basketball | This is K-State

1,000 Point Club | Season Team Records | Team Records | Scoring Records | 30-Point Games in School History | Field Goal Records | Three-Point Field Goal Records | Free Throw Records | Rebounding Records | Assist Records | Steal Records | Block Records | Shalee Lehning’s Triple-Doubles | Miscellaneous Player Records | Bramlage Coliseum Records | Bramlage Coliseum Facts & Figures | Overall Attendance Records | Miscellaneous and TV Records | Wildcat Classic Records and Results | Year-By-Year Summary | All-Time Team Statistics | Year-By-Year Leaders | Kansas State in the National Polls | Kansas State vs. Ranked Opponents

42 | COACHING STAFF Head Coach Deb Patterson | Associate Head Coach Kamie Ethridge | Assistant Coach Kelly Moylan | Assistant Coach Shalee Lehning | Support Staff

53 | MEET THE WILDCATS 2012-13 Season Outlook | 2012-13 Roster/Roster Breakdown | Brittany Chambers | Mariah White | Chantay Caron | Katya Leick | Ashlynn Knoll | Heidi Brown | Haley Texada | Ashia Woods | Brianna Craig | Marissa Ellis | Stacey Malone | Kendra Spresser | Kelly Thomson

163 | KANSAS STATE HISTORY NCAA Tournament Records | NCAA Tournament Player Stats | NCAA Tournament Teams | Additional Postseason History | NCAA Tournament Box Scores | Big 12 Tournament Records | Kansas State Retired Uniforms | Kansas State All-Americans and National Honors | Big 12 Honors | National Teams and K-State Hall of Fame | Miscellaneous History | How It All Began | K-State Women’s Basketball Timeline | All-Time Letterwinners | Year-By-Year Results

197 | WELCOME TO K-STATE This is Kansas State | University Administration | Athletics Administration | NCAA Regulations | Media Policies and Procedures | Wildcats on the Air | Media Outlets | Kansas State Athletic Communications

79 | 2011-12 SEASON IN REVIEW 2011-12 Season Notes | 2011-12 Season Statistics | 2011-12 Season Results | 2011-12 Game-By-Game Statistics | 2011-12 Superlatives | 2011-12 Box Scores | Departed Seniors | 2011-12 Big 12 Conference Review | 2011-12 Big 12 Conference Statistics

109 | 2012-13 OPPONENTS Big 12 Conference | Phillips 66 Big 12 Basketball Championships | Big 12 Conference Honors and Awards | Opponent Records/2012-13 Series History | 2012-13 Opponents | Play 4Kay | Player Game-By-Game vs. the Big 12 | Kansas State vs. Opponents | Kansas State vs. Conferences | Series Records

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EDITORIAL CREDITS The 2012-13 Kansas State Women’s Basketball Media Guide was published by the Kansas State Department of Athletics. This guide is a product of the Kansas State Sports Information Office and was written, edited, compiled and designed by Randy Peterson, Assistant Sports Information Director, using QuarkXPress (layout) and Adobe Photoshop CS (design). Cover design by Ron Cook, Kansas State Director of Graphic Design. Special thanks to the Kansas State women’s basketball coaching staff, Heather Peterson, Tom and Julie Peterson and Cindy, Mike and Cole Gillund.

ON THE COVER On the 2012-13 Kansas State Women’s Basketball media guide cover: seniors Mariah White and Brittany Chambers.

PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS Scott Weaver, Peter Aiken (PGA Photography), Greg Carroccio (Sideline Photos, LLC), J.B. Gallegos, Bob Nixon, Ron Cook, Randy Peterson, Atlanta Dream, New York Liberty, San Antonio Silver Stars, Connecticut Sun, Chicago Sky, Phoenix Mercury, D. Clarke Evans (NBAE/Getty Images), Jennifer Pottheiser (NBAE/Getty Images), Washington Mystics, NBA Photos, Mitchell Layton, Bob Stowell, WBCA and USA Basketball.

PRINTING Mainline Printing, Topeka, Kan. To purchase additional copies of this guide, please send a check or money order for $25 (which includes shipping and handling) to: K-State Sports Information, Kansas State University, 1800 College Ave, Suite 37, Bramlage Coliseum, Manhattan, KS 66502. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics recognizes the diversity of individuals and their contributions that support Kansas State University. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to providing student-athletes with an inclusive University experience and environment. The Department respects each individual’s participation in the success of their team, the Department, and the University at large and is committed to providing equal opportunities for all student-athletes.

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K-STATE QUICK FACTS & TRAVEL ITINERARY

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Manhattan, KS 66502 Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1863 Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24,378 Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wildcats Colors: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Purple (Pantone 268) and White Home Arena (Capacity): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division I Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Big 12 Conference President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Kirk Schulz Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Virginia Tech ‘86 and ‘91 Athletics Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .John Currie Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wake Forest ‘93 Associate AD/SWA: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jill Shields Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Florida ‘80 Athletics Department Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(785) 532-6910 Ticket Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-800-221-CATS

BASKETBALL HISTORY Seasons of Basketball: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45th Season First Year of Basketball/Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1968-69 (11-3) Overall All-Time Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .823-492 (.626) Record in Bramlage Coliseum: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .251-93 (.730) NCAA Appearances/Last: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13/2012 WNIT Appearances/Last: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Three/2007 Last Postseason Opponent (Result): . . . . . . . . . . . .2012 NCAA Second Round, vs. Connecticut (L, 72-26)

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kenny Lannou SID Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .785-532-6735 Women’s Basketball SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Randy Peterson Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .785-532-7975 Cell Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .785-587-7769 E-mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rpeterson@kstatesports.com SID Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .785-532-6093 Press Row Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .785-539-3423 SID Mailing Address: 1800 College Avenue, Suite 37 Bramlage Coliseum, Manhattan, KS 66502 Overnight Address: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .same as above Website: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.k-statesports.com

COACHING STAFF

KANSAS STATE TRAVEL ITINERARY TENNESSEE STATE

TCU

at Gentry Center Nov. 19: Depart for Nashville, TN Nov. 22: Continue on to Charlotte, N.C.

at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Jan. 18: Depart for Fort Worth Jan. 19: Return to Manhattan

Team Headquarters Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt 2555 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 Phone: 615-321-1300

Team Headquarters Embassy Suites - Downtown Fort Worth 600 Commerce St. Fort Worth, TX 76102 Phone: 817-332-6900

CHARLOTTE

TEXAS

at Halton Arena Nov. 22: Arrive from Nashville, Tenn. Nov. 25: Return to Manhattan

at Frank Erwin Center Jan. 25: Depart for Austin Jan. 26: Return to Manhattan

Team Headquarters Hilton Charlotte University Place 8629 JM Keynes Drive Charlotte, NC 28262 Phone: 704-547-7444

Team Headquarters Hilton Garden Inn 500 North IH 35 Austin, TX 78701 Phone: 512-480-8181

WICHITA STATE

IOWA STATE

at Koch Arena Dec. 3: Bus to Wichita Dec. 4: Return to Manhattan

at Hilton Coliseum Feb. 8: Depart for Ames Feb. 9: Return to Manhattan

Team Headquarters Hyatt Regency 400 West Waterman Wichita, KS 67202 Phone: 316-293-1234

Team Headquarters Hilton Garden Inn 1325 Dickinson Ave. Ames, IA 50014 Phone: 515-233-8000

WORLD VISION INVITATIONAL

OKLAHOMA STATE

at Cox Pavilion Dec. 17: Depart for Las Vegas Dec. 22: Depart for the Holidays

at Gallagher-Iba Arena Feb. 15: Depart for Stillwater Feb. 16: Return to Manhattan

Team Headquarters New York, New York 3790 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, NV 89109 Phone: 866-815-4365

Team Headquarters Hampton Inn & Suites 717 East Hall of Fame Avenue Stillwater, OK 74075 Phone: 405-743-1306

Head Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Deb Patterson (16th Season) Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rockford College ’79 Career Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .320-189 (16 Years) Record at School (Years): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .same as above Basketball Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .785-532-6970 Best Time to Reach Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contact SID Associate Head Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kamie Ethridge Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Texas ’87 Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kelly Moylan Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kansas State ‘94 Assistant Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Shalee Lehning Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kansas State ‘09 Director of Basketball Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Danielle Zanotti Director of Video Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Claire Coggins

UC SANTA BARBARA

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-14 Home: 10-4 Away: 6-6 Neutral: 4-4 2011-12 Big 12 Conference Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-9 2011-12 Big 12 Conference Finish: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .t-4th 2012 Postseason: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Second Round 2012 Final Rankings: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NR (AP)/RV (Coaches’) Starters Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6/6 Newcomers: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

RADIO BROADCAST INFORMATION Radio Station: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .K-State Sports Network Radio Contact Person: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ben Boyle, General Manager Address: K-State Sports Properties, 1800 College Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66502 Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .785-532-2005 Play-by-Play Announcer: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brian Smoller Color Analysts: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Missy Decker Heidrick & Kristin Rethman Waller

at UCSB Thunderdome Dec. 27: Depart for Santa Barbara Dec. 30: Return to Manhattan Team Headquarters Hyatt Santa Barbara 1111 East Cabrillo Boulevard Santa Barbara, CA 93103 Phone: 805-882-1234

OKLAHOMA at Lloyd Noble Center Feb. 19: Depart for Norman Feb. 20: Return to Manhattan Team Headquarters Embassy Suites 2501 Conference Dr. Norman, OK 73069 Phone: 405-364-8040

KANSAS

WEST VIRGINIA

at Allen Fieldhouse Jan. 1: Bus to Lawrence Jan. 2: Return to Manhattan

at WVU Coliseum Feb. 25: Depart for Morgantown Feb. 26: Return to Manhattan

Team Headquarters The Oread 1200 Oread Ave. Lawrence, KS 66044 Phone: 785-843-1200

Team Headquarters The Waterfront Place Hotel 2 Waterfront Place Morgantown, WV 26501 Phone: 304-296-1700

TEXAS TECH

BAYLOR

at United Spirit Arena Jan. 8: Depart for Lubbock Jan. 9: Return to Manhattan

at Ferrell Center March 3: Depart for Waco March 4: Return to Manhattan

Team Headquarters The Overton 2322 Mac Davis Lane Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: 806-776-7000

Team Headquarters Homewood Suites by Hilton 5620 Legend Lake Parkway Waco, TX 76712 Phone: 254-644-4663

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2012-13 SCHEDULE DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

TV

Thursday Monday

November 1 November 5

Fort Hays State (exhibition) Washburn (exhibition)

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

7 p.m. 7 p.m.

FOX Sports Midwest

Friday Sunday Tuesday Saturday Friday

November 9 November 11 November 20 November 24 November 30

Idaho State Arkansas - Pine Bluff at Tennessee State at Charlotte Mississippi Valley State

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Nashville, Tenn. Charlotte, N.C. Manhattan, Kan.

5:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.

FOX Sports Midwest

Tuesday Sunday Sunday

December 4 December 9 December 16

at Wichita State South Dakota UTEP

Wichita, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

7:05 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

FOX Sports Midwest K-StateHD.TV

World Vision Invitational (Cox Pavilion) Wednesday December 19 Thursday December 20 Friday December 21

vs. Texas A&M TBD TBD

Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev.

2:30 p.m. TBD TBD

Saturday

December 29

at UC Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, Calif.

4 p.m.

Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday

January 2 January 5 January 9 January 12 January 16 January 19 January 23 January 26

at Kansas * TCU * at Texas Tech * West Virginia * Baylor * at TCU * Oklahoma State * at Texas *

Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lubbock, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Fort Worth, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Austin, Texas

TBA 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday

February 2 February 6 February 9 February 13 February 16 February 20 February 23 February 26

Kansas * Oklahoma * at Iowa State * Texas * at Oklahoma State * at Oklahoma * Iowa State * at West Virginia *

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Stillwater, Okla. Norman, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Morgantown, W.V.

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m.

K-StateHD.TV FOX Sports Midwest

Saturday Monday

March 2 March 4

Texas Tech * at Baylor *

Manhattan, Kan. Waco, Texas

12:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

K-StateHD.TV FSN

6 p.m./8:30 p.m. 11 a.m./1:30 p.m./6 p.m./8:30 p.m. 1 p.m./3:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

FSN FSN FSN

PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP (American Airlines Center) Friday March 8 First Round Saturday March 9 Quarterfinals Sunday March 10 Semifinals Monday March 11 Final 2013 NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST AND SECOND ROUNDS Sat.-Tue. March 23-26 Baton Rouge, La. College Station, Texas Iowa City, Iowa Lubbock, Texas Spokane, Wash. Waco, Texas NCAA TOURNAMENT REGIONALS Sat.-Tue. Mar. 30-April 2

NCAA TOURNAMENT FINAL FOUR Sun. & Tues. April 7 & 9

All Times Central

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HOME GAMES IN BOLD

Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas

Boulder, Colo. Columbus, Ohio Knoxville, Tenn. Newark, Del. Stanford, Calif.

Ted Constant Center Chesapeake Energy Arena Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Sun National Bank Arena

Norfolk, Va. Oklahoma City, Okla. Spokane, Wash. Trenton, N.J.

New Orleans Arena

New Orleans, La.

* - Big 12 Conference game

College Park, Md. Durham, N.C. Louisville, Ky. Queens, N.Y. Storrs, Conn.

FOX Sports Midwest K-StateHD.TV

K-StateHD.TV FSN FOX Sports Midwest K-StateHD.TV Longhorn Network

FOX Sports Midwest SoonerSports K-StateHD.TV


RADIO/TV CHART

1 | HALEY TEXADA

2 | BRITTANY CHAMBERS

G • 5-7 • So. Frisco, Texas

G • 5-8 • Sr. Jordan, Minn.

4 | KATYA LEICK

10 | HEIDI BROWN

F • 6-1 • Jr. Grey Cloud Township, Minn.

G • 5-11 • So. Plains, Kan.

11 | CHANTAY CARON F • 5-11 • Jr. Lawrence, Kan.

12 | KELLY THOMSON

13 | KENDRA SPRESSER

20 | BRIANNA CRAIG

21 | ASHLYNN KNOLL

22 | MARIAH WHITE

G • 5-10 • Fr. Riley, Kan.

G • 5-6 • Jr. Dresden, Kan.

G • 5-10 • Fr. Lincoln, Neb.

F • 5-11 • Jr. Canyon, Texas

G • 5-7 • Sr. Midwest City, Okla.

23 | ASHIA WOODS

24 | MARISSA ELLIS

25 | STACEY MALONE

DEB PATTERSON

G • 5-7 • Fr. Kansas City, Mo.

F • 6-1 • Fr.. Tyler, Texas

Head Coach

KELLY MOYLAN

SHALEE LEHNING

DANIELLE ZANOTTI

CLAIRE COGGINS

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Dir. of Basketball Ops.

Dir. of Video Ops.

G • 5-11 • So. Wichita, Kan.

KAMIE ETHRIDGE Associate Head Coach

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HISTORICAL RELEVANCE

With a 69-64 win at Nebraska on Feb. 19, 2011, Kansas State became the 13th program in NCAA Division I women’s basketball history to record 800 or more wins. KState’s record in its 44-year history of women’s basketball stands at 823-492 (.626). The Wildcats have accumulated 23 20-win seasons and have secured 251 victories inside Bramlage Coliseum. K-State has 138 wins as a member of the Big 12 conference, while 11 of the victories have come in the NCAA Tournament. The Cats have registered 211 victories when they were ranked in the Associated Press top25 poll and achieved 70 wins against teams ranked in the AP poll. K-State head coach Deb Patterson has achieved the most wins of any of K-State’s eight head coaches with 320. MEMBERS OF 800-WIN CLUB Rk. School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wins (as of April 4, 2012) 1. Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,191 2. Louisiana Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,017 3. Old Dominion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .940 4. James Madison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .934 5. Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .927 6. Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .885 Ohio State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .885 8. Stanford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .866 9. Tennessee Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .854 10. Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .832 11. Penn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .831 12. Connecticut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .829 13. Kansas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .823 14. Green Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .820 15. Texas Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .817 16. Long Beach State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .815 17. Auburn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .809

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2011-12 AWARD WINNERS

2011-12 K-STATE AWARD WINNERS JALANA CHILDS All-Big 12 First Team College Sports Madness Big 12 All-Conference 4th Team Academic All-Big 12 Second Team

All-Big 12 First Team Brittany Chambers, Jr., Guard Jalana Childs, Sr., Forward College Sports Madness Big 12 All-Conference 3rd Team Brittany Chambers, Jr., Guard College Sports Madness Big 12 All-Conference 4th Team Jalana Childs, Sr., Forward Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Week Brittany Chambers, Jan. 9 Academic All-Big 12 - First Team JuliAnne Chisholm (life sciences/pre-med) Brittany Chambers (life sciences/pre-med) Emma Ostermann (kinesiology) Academic All-Big 12 - Second Team Jalana Childs (hotel and restaurant management) Preseason All-Big 12 honorable mention Brittany Chambers, Jr., Guard Jalana Childs, Sr., Forward

JULIANNE CHISHOLM Academic All-Big 12 - First Team

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2011-12 AWARD WINNERS

BRITTANY CHAMBERS All-Big 12 First Team College Sports Madness Big 12 All-Conference 3rd Team Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Week Academic All-Big 12 First Team

EMMA OSTERMANN Academic All-Big 12 - First Team

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POSTSEASON APPEARANCES

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POSTSEASON APPEARANCES

MARCH MADNESS KANSAS STATE ALL-TIME NCAA AND WNIT TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES (16) 2012 NCAA Second Round 2011 NCAA First Round 2009 NCAA Second Round 2008 NCAA Second Round 2007 WNIT Final Four 2006 WNIT Champions

2005 NCAA Second Round 2004 NCAA Second Round 2003 NCAA Second Round 2002 NCAA Sweet 16 1999 WNIT Second Round 1997 NCAA First Round

1987 NCAA First Round 1984 NCAA Sweet 16 1983 NCAA Sweet 16 1982 NCAA Elite Eight

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HOME COURT ADVANTAGE

NEWLY DESIGNED COURT UNVEILED IN BRAMLAGE COLISEUM DURING 2011-12 SEASON Excitement for the new season of K-State basketball was in full swing this summer, with the introduction of a newly-designed and refurbished basketball court at Bramlage Coliseum. The Robbins All-Star Plus floor, which was originally purchased and installed in 2004, received a new court design to incorporate the athletics department’s new branding effort, while it was completely overhauled to replace broken pine boards and locking clamps that are used to hold the 290 (6x8) panels together. “We are pleased with the new design of the court,” said athletics director John Currie. “Our staff worked through several concepts, and with input from both basketball staffs, we were able to unanimously create something that our fans will enjoy for years to come. I want to thank Dave Smoller, Ron Cook, Casey Scott and Scott Garrett, among others, for all their hard work and dedication on this project.” The floor was sanded down to bare wood and new graphics and court design were painted to include not only the new design, but also new NCAA rule changes. The men’s and women’s basketball teams will now use the same 3-point distance (20 feet, 9 inches), while the men have added a restricted-area arc under each rim. The design centers on a purple octagon shape that surrounds the floor with a lone purple Powercat at center court. The shape echoes the unique octagonal design of the building. The “K-State” word mark is prominently found at the top of center court and again under both baskets with the athletics website (www.kstatesports.com) and the new university mark alternating at both ends of the baseline. Bramlage Coliseum is written at the bottom of center court directly opposite the “K-State” word mark. The floor maintains its purple lanes, but there is now a darker stain to mark each 3-point line. The Big 12 logo is displayed within each 3-point arc. The refurbishment was a necessity after seven years of use. The floor is typically removed an average of six times a year to accommodate various university and public events. It is common for gaps between the boards to occur over time, as the hardware and mechanisms that hold the floor together start to loosen. The refurbishment was done at a cost of $39,000. The project, which was done at Robbins Sports’ factory in Appleton, Wis., took about four weeks to complete with the floor being removed on July 22 and returned on August 28.

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HOME COURT ADVANTAGE

THE PURPLE PALACE In four consecutive seasons and nine out of the last 11, Kansas State has finished in the top 25 nationally among NCAA Division I women's basketball attendance leaders. Affectionately known as the “Purple Palace,” the Wildcats have lost only nine non-conference games over the last 16 years in the venue, going a sterling 96-9 (.914). The Wildcats finished the 2011-12 season ranked 24th in the nation for attendance by averaging 4,069 fans per game at Bramlage Coliseum. For the second straight season, K-State was selected as the Big 12 Conference’s “Pack the House” champion and one of 33 winners among NCAA Division I schools across the nation. K-State drew a season-high 12,528 fans to its Feb. 4, 2012 game against eventual national champion Baylor. This was the highest attended women’s game in Bramlage since March 31, 2006 when K-State hosted the WNIT Final in front of a sell-out crowd of 13,340. The Wildcats have finished among the top-10 in the national attendance rankings four times, checking in with a school-record fifth-place finish in 2002-03 (which included 11 games with 8,000 or more fans in attendance) and then notched a pair of eighth place efforts in 2003-04 and 2004-05. In 2011-12, Bramlage Coliseum continued to be one of the toughest places to play in the country. The Wildcats ended the season with a 10-4 home record, including a win over an Associated Press top-15 ranked foe.

DID YOU KNOW? During the Deb Patterson era, Kansas State owns a 40-11 (.784) record in Bramlage Coliseum when the attendance is 7,500 fans or larger.

HOME CROWDS OVER 10,000 AT BRAMLAGE COLISEUM 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Nebraska (1/12/02) Marquette (3/31/06) Kansas (1/17/04) Texas A&M (2/22/03) Oklahoma State (2/15/03) Texas (1/25/03) Iowa State (2/2/02) Texas Tech (1/27/02) Baylor (2/4/12) Texas Tech (3/3/04) Oklahoma (2/13/02) Arkansas (3/17/02) Colorado (1/11/03) Notre Dame (3/25/03) Kansas (2/26/05) Iowa (1/5/03) Oklahoma (1/31/04) Harvard (3/23/03) Kansas (2/26/03) Kent State (3/15/02)

13,466 13,340 13,340 13,340 13,340 13,340 13,340 13,340 12,528 12,174 11,789 11,786 11,753 11,534 11,254 10,913 10,866 10,732 10,702 10,573

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NATIONAL PROMINENCE

KANSAS STATE ALL-TIME KODAK ALL-AMERICANS Kendra Wecker (2001-05) 2005 Kodak/WBCA All-America

Nicole Ohlde (2000-04) 2004 Kodak/WBCA All-America 2003 Kodak/WBCA All-America

Priscilla Gary (1982-83) 1983 Kodak All-America Kendra Wecker (2001-05) became the third player in school history to be named to the prestigious Kodak/WBCA All-America Team in 2005. Former Wildcat Nicole Ohlde (2000-04) holds the distinction of being the program’s only two-time Kodak All-American having received the honor in 2003 and 2004, while K-State Hall of Famer Priscilla Gary-Sweeney (1982-83) was named a Kodak All-American in 1983. For the third time in her career, Kansas State head coach Deb Patterson was named a top finalist for the Naismith Coach of the Year Award in 2005. Patterson was voted ESPN The Magazine Coach of the Year in 2001-02. Wecker was one of five women finalists in contention for the John R. Wooden Award presented annually to the nation’s top player of the year at the 29th Annual Wooden Award Ceremony held at The Los Angeles Athletic Club.

KANSAS STATE LOWE’S SENIOR CLASS AWARD ALL-AMERICANS Ashley Sweat 2010 Award Finalist/First Team Senior All-American

Shalee Lehning 2009 Award Finalist/First Team Senior All-American

Kendra Wecker 2005 National Winner/ First Team Senior All-American

Nicole Ohlde 2004 Award Finalist/First Team Senior All-American Wecker was honored as the 2005 national winner of the Senior C.L.A.S.S. (acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School) Award presented annually to the nation’s top male and female senior basketball player of the year. 16


NATIONAL PROMINENCE

Kansas State All-American Kendra Wecker and head coach Deb Patterson with legendary UCLA head coach John Wooden at the 2004 Wooden Award ceremony in Los Angeles. In May of 2010, Patterson contributed a chapter to the FCA book - Greatest Coach Ever - which is about the lessons she learned from Coach Wooden. 17


K-STATE AND USA BASKETBALL

K-STATE & USA BASKETBALL

1998 USA Basketball FIBA World Championships Team (Berlin, Germany)

Laurie Koehn, Nicole Ohlde and Kendra Wecker are just some of the Wildcats who have represented the United States in national and international competition with USA Basketball. In the summer of 2003, Wecker and Ohlde helped Team USA win gold at the World Championship For Young Women in Sibenik, Croatia. Koehn, meanwhile, won a silver medal as a member of the U.S. Pan American Games Team, which competed in Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic. Kansas State head coach Deb Patterson has served as an assistant coach for four gold medal-winning USA Basketball teams, including the 2000 Junior World Championship Qualifying Team, the 1998 World Championship Team, the 1997 World University Games Team and the 1997 USA Basketball International Invitational Team. Kansas State associate head coach Kamie Ethridge has a storied past with USA Basketball. She was a member of the U.S. gold medal-winning Olympic Team at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea. Her trophy case also includes gold medals as a member of Team USA at the 1986 Goodwill Games, 1986 World Championships, 1987 Pan American Games, 1982 and 1983 U.S. Olympic Festivals and the 1982 USA Junior National Team.

2003 USA Basketball World Championship for Young Women Team (Sibenik, Croatia)

Former K-State women’s basketball player Laurie Miller competed for the 1977 USA World University Games Team that finished with a 6-2 record and earned a silver medal.

2003 USA Basketball Pan American Games Team (Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic) 18


K-STATE AND USA BASKETBALL

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FROM THE WILDCATS...

SHALEE LEHNING’S CAREER TROPHY CASE • Fifth player in school history to have her jersey retired (March 1, 2009)

• 2008-09 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VII first team

• 2008-09 AP All-America honorable mention

• 2008-09 Academic All-Big 12 first team

• 2008-09 Lowe’s All-Senior All-America first team

• Named Big 12 Player of the Week for March 9, 2009

• 2008-09 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America third team

• 2007-08 All-Big 12 first team selection

• Named Big 12 Player of the Week for March 7, 2008 • 2006-07 All-Big 12 honorable mention • 2006-07 Academic All-Big 12 first team • 2005-06 All-Newcomer Team

• 2007-08 WBCA Region V finalist • 2008-09 Wade Trophy candidate • 2007-08 Kansas City Star Big 12 co-Player of the Year • 2008-09 Naismith Trophy candidate • 2007-08 Kansas City Star All-Big 12 first team • 2008-09 Wooden Award candidate • 2007-08 Waco Tribune All-Big 12 second team • 2008-09 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award finalist • 2008-09 All-Big 12 first team • 2008-09 Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 first team • 2008-09 Waco Tribune All-Big 12 first team

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• 2007-08 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VII third team • Named to the 2007-08 Academic All-Big 12 first team

• Named to 2005-06 Dallas Morning News Big 12 All-Newcomer team


... TO THE DREAM

SHALEE LEHNING’S ATLANTA DREAM CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Drafted in the second round (25th overall selection) in the 2009 WNBA Draft by the Atlanta Dream • Helped the Dream to a then-franchise record 18 wins during the 2009 season. Aided Atlanta to its first playoff berth in franchise history in just their second year of existence as a franchise. • Ranked 10th in the league in assists per game (3.8) and ranked second in the league for assists per 40 minutes played (7.2) • Averaged 3.1 points and 2.4 rebounds in 33 games played,

including 19 starts; Dream were 12-7 in her 19 starts during the 2009 season • Named team captain for the 2010 season

• Averaged 2.9 points, 2.6 assists and 1.9 rebounds in her first seven games of WNBA Playoff experience during the 2010 season

• Helped Atlanta to a franchise record 19 wins in 2010 and reached the playoffs for the second straight season. • Advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals by sweeping the top-seed Washington Mystics. • Became the second Wildcat (Nicole Ohlde, 2009, Phoenix Mercury) to play in the WNBA Finals

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WILDCATS IN THE WNBA

NICOLE OHLDE OLGA FIRSOVA

LAURIE KOEHN SHALEE LEHNING

SHANELE STIRES

KENDRA WECKER (left) and MEGAN MAHONEY 22

CLAIRE COGGINS


WILDCATS IN THE WNBA Former K-State All-American Nicole Ohlde helped the Phoenix Mercury to the 2009 WNBA title. This was Ohlde’s first season with the organization and her second career appearance in the WNBA Playoffs.

K-STATE ALL-TIME WNBA DRAFT PICKS Shalee Lehning (2006-09) Atlanta Dream - 25th pick - 2nd Round - 2009 Kendra Wecker (2001-05) San Antonio Stars - 4th pick - 1st Round - 2005 Megan Mahoney (2001-05) Connecticut Sun - 34th pick - 3rd Round - 2005 Nicole Ohlde (2000-04) Minnesota Lynx - 6th pick - 1st Round - 2004 Olga Firsova (1998-00) New York Liberty - 13th pick - 1st Round - 2000 Shanele Stires (1993-95)* Minnesota Lynx - 56th pick - 4th Round - 2000 *Previously played for the ABL’s Columbus Quest

Shalee Lehning (2005-09) was drafted by the Atlanta Dream in the second round of the 2009 WNBA Draft with the 25th overall selection. Helped the Dream to a franchise record for wins in her firts year.

Laurie Koehn, as a member of the Washington Mystics, defeated Diana Taurasi and Penny Taylor of the Phoenix Mercury to win the Three-Point Shootout at the 2007 WNBA All-Star Game. Koehn connected on 14 straight shots and 18 of her final 19 attempts.

Claire Coggins (2003-07) earned a spot on the 2007 Chicago Sky roster in May, making her the seventh Wildcat to play in the WNBA. Kendra Wecker (2001-05) was selected fourth overall by the San Antonio Silver Stars to become K-State's highest-ever draft pick at the 2005 WNBA Draft held on April 16, 2005, in Secaucus, N.J. She is now a member of the Washington Mystics Megan Mahoney (2001-05) was also drafted in the third round by the Connecticut Sun with the 34th overall pick.

Laurie Koehn (2001-05) went undrafted, but later signed on as a free agent with the Washington Mystics. She captured the WNBA Three-Point Shootout at the 2007 All-Star Game. Two-time All-American Nicole Ohlde (2000-04) was selected sixth overall by the Minnesota Lynx in the 2004 WNBA Draft. She finished third in Rookie of the Year voting and led the Lynx to the WNBA Playoffs with a franchise-tying 18 victories for the season. Ohlde was among a draft class, which included Connecticut's Diana Taurasi and Duke's Alana Beard, tabbed as one of the deepest and most talented classes in WNBA history. Former Wildcats Olga Firsova (1998-00) and Shanele Stires (1993-95) were both drafted in 2000 by the New York Liberty and Minnesota Lynx, respectively.

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NATIONAL MEDIA ATTENTION

KANSAS STATE ON TELEVISION Since the 2002 season, K-State women’s basketball has had over 140 games broadcast by a number of national and regional networks including: ESPN, ESPN2, Fox Sports, Fox Sports Kansas City, The Big Ten Network, The Mtn., and CBS College Sports. The Wildcats played a school-record 23 games on either regional or national television during the 2011-12 season. Below is a list of the games to air on television during the 2012-13 season.

vs. Washburn (FOX Sports Midwest) Nov. 5 - Manhattan, Kan. - 7 p.m. (CT)

vs. TCU (K-StateHD.TV) Jan. 5 - Manhattan, Kan. - 6 p.m. (CT)

vs. Texas (FOX Sports Midwest) Feb. 13 - Manhattan, Kan. - 7 p.m. (CT)

vs. Idaho State (K-StateHD.TV) Nov. 9 - Manhattan, Kan. - 5:30 p.m. (CT)

vs. West Virginia (FOX Sports) Jan. 12 - Manhattan, Kan. - 3 p.m. (CT)

vs. Iowa State (K-StateHD.TV) Feb. 23 - Manhattan, Kan. - 2 p.m. (CT)

vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (K-StateHD.TV) Nov. 11 - Manhattan, Kan. - 2 p.m. (CT)

vs. Baylor (FOX Sports Midwest) Jan. 16 - Manhattan, Kan. - 7 p.m. (CT)

vs. Texas Tech (K-StateHD.TV) March 2 - Manhattan, Kan. - 12:30 p.m. (CT)

vs. Mississippi Valley State (FOX Sports Midwest) Nov. 30 - Manhattan, Kan. - 7 p.m. (CT)

vs. Oklahoma State (K-StateHD.TV) Jan. 23 - Manhattan, Kan. - 7 p.m. (CT)

at Baylor (FOX Sports) March 4 - Waco, Texas - 7 p.m. (CT)

vs. South Dakota (FOX Sports Midwest) Dec. 9 - Manhattan, Kan. - 2 p.m. (CT)

vs. KU (K-StateHD.TV) Feb. 2 - Manhattan, Kan. - 2 p.m. (CT)

vs. UTEP (K-StateHD.TV) Dec. 16 - Manhattan, Kan. - 2 p.m. (CT)

vs. Oklahoma (FOX Sports Midwest) Feb. 6 - Manhattan, Kan. - 7 p.m. (CT)

Kansas State women’s basketball has been featured on numerous national websites and in national publications including: ESPN.com, USA Today, Sports Illustrated, Yahoo! Sports, CBS College Sports Network, SLAM Magazine and Women’s Basketball Magazine. 24


NATIONAL MEDIA ATTENTION

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HEAD COACH DEB PATTERSON

TWO-TIME BIG 12 COACH OF THE YEAR

320 Career wins at Kansas State

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Associated Press All-America selections

Former Wildcats Patterson has coached who have played in the WNBA

Kansas State head coach Deb Patterson has been recognized as the Coach of the Year by a number of organizations and media outlets. The organizations that have recognized her include the Big 12 Conference (2008 and 2002), Kansas Basketball Coaches’ Association (2008 and 1997), Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Association (2008, 2003 and 2002) and the Naismith Foundation (2005, 2003 and 2002). The media outlets to recognize her achievements include the Associated Press (2008), the Kansas City Star (2008), the Waco Tribune (2008), Dallas Morning News (2008 and 2002), Austin American-Statesman (2002), San Antonio Express News (2002) and ESPN the Magazine (2001-02). 26


HEAD COACH DEB PATTERSON

THREE-TIME WBCA DISTRICT V COACH OF THE YEAR

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Academic All-America selections

Senior CLASS Award finalists, including a national award winner

Big 12 Player of the Year honorees

Coach Patterson has guided the Wildcats to 11 postseason appearances, including nine NCAA Tournament bids. She has also captured three titles, two Big 12 regular season crowns and the 2005-06 Postseason WNIT title. Coach Patterson has been involved with USA Basketball on three separate occasions. She was an assistant coach on the 1997 World University Games gold medal-winning squad. She also assisted USA Basketball teams in winning gold medals at the 1998 FIBA World Championships and the 2000 Junior World Championships.

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EXCEPTIONAL COACHING

COACHING EXPERTISE Head coach Deb Patterson along with her superior staff have shaped past and present players into successful individuals on-and-off the court. As former standout collegiate players in their days, K-State's outstanding staff members have appeared in, played on or coached NCAA tournament teams, a WNIT championship team, a national championship team, conference championship teams, USA Basketball national teams and professional women's basketball teams. Associate Head Coach Kamie Ethridge is recognized as one of the greatest women’s basketball guards to ever play the game. Ethridge, a Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame inductee, was a two-time Kodak All-American, and a Wade Trophy and Honda Award honoree. In 1986, she led Texas to a national championship and an undefeated 34-0 season, the first perfect season in NCAA Division I history. Ethridge was named the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Player of the Year in 1986, presented annually to the nation’s top senior collegian under 5-foot-6 in height. Assistant Coach Kelly Moylan, a four-year letterwinner for the Wildcats from 1989-93, ranks 11th all-time in both career three-pointers made (108) and threepointers attempted (281) at K-State. She also ranks sixth all-time in career three-point field goal percentage (38.4). During the 1991-92 season as a junior, Moylan finished third-best in the Big Eight Conference shooting 39.3 percent (53-135) from behind the arc. Assistant Coach Shalee Lehning, also a four-year letterwinner for the Wildcats from 2005-09, was an Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American in 2009 while also earning Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award All-America first team honors. The two-time All-Big 12 first team recipient helped lead K-State to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances (2008 and 2009), a pair of Postseason WNIT appearances (2006 and 2007) including a WNIT title in 2006 and the 2008 Big 12 regular season crown. Lehning finished her career as the only player in Big 12 history with 1,000 points, 900 rebounds and 800 assists and ranks second in league history and holds the Kansas State record for assists. She moved on to the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream for three seasons from 2009-11. Lehning helped the Dream to three playoff appearances including consecutive trips to the WNBA Finals.

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SUPPORT AND MEDICAL STAFFS

DANIELLE ZANOTTI

CLAIRE COGGINS

KEVIN SCHADT

STERLING HUDGINS

Director of Video Ops

TASHA DICKEY

Director of Basketball Ops

Graduate Assistant

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Team Advisor

MELISSA EBERT Team Manager

BRENT GIPSON Team Manager

PABLO GUIMERA Team Manager

MARSHALL MILLER Team Manager

KAYLA MOYLAN Team Manager

ANN TOMLIN Team Manager

ABBEE VANNESS Team Manager

CAITLYN KIRKPATRICK Student Trainer

EMILY RANDOLPH Student Trainer

ORTHOPAEDIC DOCTORS (FROM L-R): DR. JAMIE MCATEE, DR. DAN HINKIN, DR. WILLIAM JONES, DR. ALLAN HOLIDAY AND DR. PETE HODGES

TEAM DOCTORS (FROM L-R): DR. KEVIN WALL, DR. DOUG HINKIN AND DR. KEITH WRIGHT 29


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

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K-STATE IN THE CLASSROOM IN 2011-2012 Wildcats have been named to the Academic All-Big 12 Conference women’s basketball team (most of any school in the Big 12), including 77 first team honors.

PATTERSON ERA ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 2012 Brittany Chambers JuliAnne Chisholm Emma Ostermann Jalana Childs

First Team First Team First Team Second Team

2011 Brittany Chambers JuliAnne Chisholm Kelsey Hill Shalin Spani Taelor Karr Alina Voronenko

First Team First Team First Team First team Second Team Second Team

2010 Jalana Childs Kari Kincaid Shalin Spani Ashley Sweat

First Team First Team First Team First Team

2009 Kelsey Hill Marlies Gipson Kari Kincaid Shalee Lehning Kelsey Nelson Shalin Spani Ashley Sweat Danielle Zanotti

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

2008 Kimberly Dietz Marlies Gipson Kari Kincaid Shalee Lehning Carolyn McCullough Ashley Sweat Shana Wheeler Danielle Zanotti 2007 Kimberly Dietz Marlies Gipson Shalee Lehning Carolyn McCullough Shana Wheeler Danielle Zanotti 2006 Kimberly Dietz Carolyn McCullough Jessica McFarland Twiggy McIntyre 2005 Laurie Koehn Megan Mahoney Jessica McFarland Twiggy McIntyre Kendra Wecker Brie Madden

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Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team

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First Team First Team First Team First Team

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team

2004 Laurie Koehn Megan Mahoney Kimmery Newsom Nicole Ohlde Kendra Wecker Chelsea Domenico Amy Dutmer Brie Madden

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

2003 Laurie Koehn Brie Madden Megan Mahoney Kimmery Newsom Nicole Ohlde Kendra Wecker Chelsea Dominico Amy Dutmer

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team

2002 Andrea Armstrong Nicole Ohlde Kristin Rethman

First Team First Team First Team

2001 Morgen Finneran Kristin Rethman Marshela Webb Kim Woodlee Denisha Ferguson

First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team

2000 Jenny Coalson Kristin Rethman Marshela Webb Kim Woodlee Angie Finkes Morgen Finneran Olga Firsova

First Team First Team First Team First Team HM HM HM

1999 Morgen Finneran Olga Firsova Kristen Rethman Kim Woodlee Angie Finkes

First Team First Team First Team First Team HM

BRANSHEA BROWN

HEIDI BROWN

CHANTAY CARON

Four-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Four-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Four-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Graduated with a degree in social science

Major is life sciences

Major is elementary education

BRITTANY CHAMBERS

JALANA CHILDS

JULIANNE CHISHOLM

2012 Academic All-Big 12 Second Team

Capital One All-District VII Third Team

2010 Academic All-Big 12 First Team

Two-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team

Six-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Eight-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Majoring in hotel and restaurant management

Graduated with degrees in life sciences and athletic training; secondary major in gerontology and a minor in kinesiology and was in the K-State pre-med program

2011 Capital One All-District VII Third Team Two-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team Six-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection Majoring in life sciences

1998 Jenny Coalson Morgen Finneran Brit Jacobson Kim Woodlee

First Team First Team First Team First Team

1997 Jenny Coalson Missy Decker Angie Finkes Kjersten Larson Sara Munson Nicky Ramage Andria Jones

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team HM

Set to graduate in May 2013

K-STATE 13TH IN THE NATION AMONG WBCA ACADEMIC TOP-25 TEAM HONOR ROLL IN 2008-09 Kansas State was the only school from a BCS conference to rank in the WBCA Academic Top-25 Team Honor Roll for the second straight season. The Wildcats ranked second with a team GPA of 3.374. The Wildcats have appeared in the ranking five times since the rankings began at the beginning of the 1997-98 season (2009, 13th; 2008, 2nd; 2003, 2nd; 1999, 20th; 1998, 19th).


ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

K-STATE IN THE CLASSROOM IN 2011-2012 KANSAS STATE ALL-TIME ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Ashley Sweat - Third Team - 2010 Shalee Lehning - Third Team - 2009 Laurie Koehn - Second Team - 2005 Laurie Koehn - First Team - 2004 Nicole Ohlde - Second Team - 2004 Gayla Williams - Third Team - 1981

TASHA DICKEY

KATYA LEICK

Fall 2011 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Fall 2009 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Graduated from Arizona in spring of 2011; played 2011-12 season at K-State as a graduate student pursuing a degree in college student development

Major is journalism and mass communications

EMMA OSTERMANN 2012 Academic All-Big 12 First Team Four-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection Graduated with a degree in kinesiology

Laurie Koehn became the first women's basketball player in school history to be named a first team CoSIDA Academic All-American, while Nicole Ohlde earned second team honors in 2004. Koehn and Ohlde are only the second and third women's basketball players ever in K-State history to be named Academic All-Americans. Shalee Lehning became the fourth Wildcat to earn CoSIDA Academic All-America honors, earning a third team citation during the 2008-09 season. Ashley Sweat became the fifth Wildcat to earn CoSIDA Academic All-America honors, earning a third team citation during the 200910 season. Former Wildcat Gayla Williams (1978-81) was a third team selection in 1981. Koehn received second team Academic All-America honors in 2005.

HALEY TEXADA

MARIAH WHITE

ASHIA WOODS

Major is education

Three-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Major is civil engineering

Majoring in family studies and human services

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K-STATE & FORT RILEY

K-STATE WBB PARTNERS WITH 1ST SUSTAINMENT BRIGADE AT FORT RILEY Since September of 2009, the Kansas State women’s basketball team has built a partnership with the 1st Sustainment Brigade of the U.S. Army based at Fort Riley (Kan.). The brigade provides logistics support to the 1st Infantry Division, also known as the Big Red One. Fort Riley is located between the cities of Manhattan and Junction City. The 1st Infantry Division, which is the oldest division of the U.S. Army, returned to Fort Riley on Aug. 1, 2006. The relationship began with an invitation from the brigade to the women’s basketball team to visit them at Fort Riley and to get a better understanding of what their mission is. During the time on base, the Wildcats experienced a simulation of what the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan do on a day-to-day basis and met one of the highest ranking officials in the U.S. Army. “All the things that make up a great team were on display at Fort Riley,” said K-State associate head coach Kamie Ethridge. “We watched teamwork, people playing to their roles, respect toward others and authority, communication, loyalty, and pride in doing their jobs. We are 34

humbled knowing we strive for these things in order to win a basketball game, while these men and women are doing these things in order to save lives.” The afternoon at Fort Riley, arranged by Captain Trisha Meyer, began with a welcome and introduction session, followed by a unit specific briefing, which included a description of the chain of command at Fort Riley and throughout the U.S. Army. During these sessions, the Wildcats were addressed by Colonel Walker and Command Sergeant Major Rivera and were introduced to General Whitcomb, a three-star general who was visiting Fort Riley from the Pentagon, and Major General Brooks. “We saw leadership and shared leadership at its best with Colonel Walker and Command Sergeant Major Rivera,” stated Ethridge. “They spent a few hours with us talking about leadership and teamwork. We had the opportunity to meet Major General Brooks and Lieutenant General Whitcomb. Every step of the way people welcomed our team and remarked on the importance of our partnership with them.” Once the briefing and question and answer session


K-STATE & FORT RILEY

During the team’s 2009 visit, Branshea Brown and Jalana Childs were allowed to try the tank simulators at Fort Riley.

As part of the team’s visit to Fort Riley in 2010, K-State was able to use the simulated gun range.

Prior to K-State’s Jan. 9, 2011 game against Oklahoma State, K-State head coach Deb Patterson presented a women’s basketball jersey with the No. 1 outlined in red to the commanders of the 1st Sustainment Brigade at Fort Riley.

were completed, the team and the 1st Sustainment Brigade began a simulations training exercise involving tanks and vehicle engagements training. Following the tank simulation, K-State players and coaches were invited to a social with the 1st Sustainment Brigade at Colonel Walker’s quarters. During the 2010-11 season, the women’s basketball team made a number of return trips to Fort Riley to put on basketball clinics for the children of Fort Riley. The Wildcats also took part in a computer simulated firing range with members of the 1st Sustainment Brigade. The weapons had the same weight and feel as the weapons used in the field, but all activities took place at the indoor computer firing range. The K-State athletic department and the women’s basketball team returned the favor of the hospitality that

they were shown before the start of the season, as the Wildcats honored the 1st Sustainment Brigade prior to and during the Big 12 home opener against Oklahoma State on Jan. 9, 2011. With close to a thousand members of the 1st Sustainment Brigade and their family members in attendance, the Wildcats registered a 63-45 win. As a result of the soldiers’ attendance, K-State captured the Big 12’s title of the NCAA Women’s Basketball “Pack the House” initiative. K-State received a $500 award for capturing the title, which the women’s basketball team donated to the USO at Fort Riley.

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH

WILDCATS IN THE COMMUNITY The Kansas State women’s basketball team participates in numerous community service events throughout the year in and around Manhattan. Over the years, the Wildcats have volunteered their time with Relay For Life, the Red Cross Blood Drive, Kansas Children’s Service League at Sunset Zoo, Special Olympics Basketball Clinic, The Flint Hills Community Clinic benefit basketball game and the Kansas Reading Association’s “Make a Fast Break for Reading!” program. The Wildcats have also been involved in K-State Athletics sponsored events such as Cats for Cans, Junior Wildcat Day, Cat Caravan and the annual summer Catbacker events.

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WILDCATS OFF THE COURT

WILDCATS OFF THE COURT A perfect day for me is... On the lake fishing, tubing and spending time with my family and friends while eating great food. - Katya Leick

What is on your bucket list? 1. Go to the Olympics as a spectator 2. Go sky diving 3. Meet Trey Songz and LeBron James 4. Ride a unicycle

Being on a lake in Minnesota with my family. - Brittany Chambers

- Mariah White

1. Take cooking classes in France Getting a good night’s sleep, waking up at a decent time and get- 2. Run in the Chicago marathon 3. Go sky diving ting a workout in and staying busy all day. - Heidi Brown 4. Be in New York City on New Year’s Eve - Kelly Thomson What’s a talent you would most like to have? The ability to dunk or to be as fast as Usain Bolt.

I wish I could do flips.

1. Host an awards show - Ashia Woods 2. Own a snow cone stand 3. Go to Spain 4. Own a kangaroo - Chantay Caron

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WILDCATS OFF THE COURT

Describe a life changing moment you’ve experienced. My pictures of my friends and family because they show memoWhen I was offered my scholarship to K-State. ries that won’t be replaced. - Chantay Caron - Heidi Brown Best words of advice your parents gave you. My iPhone so I could call 911. A box of cards/pictures/poems You can’t please everyone but you can always be the best person that I have saved over the years. you can. - Kendra Spresser - Haley Texada My phone because I can’t go anywhere without it. - Brittany Chambers God never gives you a task that you can’t handle, you just have to believe within yourself that you can do it. - Bri Craig What would you do if you were the last person on Earth? Go to the Dallas Cowboys’ stadium and sing over the loud speakIf your apartment/house/dorm were on fire, what is the one ers. Then I would go to an Olive Garden’s kitchen and pretend to cook. item you’d make sure to save? Why? Double Stuff Oreos because a fire is a stressful situation and - Ashlynn Knoll Oreos are comfort food. - Marissa Ellis I would get into a race car and drive as fast as I can everywhere. - Katya Leick

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BASKETBALL TRAINING FACILITY

THE FUTURE OF

K-STATE BASKETBALL IS HERE

K-State head women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson: "This facility is state-of-the-art. It will impact our recruiting in such positive ways that it is hard to imagine. It will impact the day-to-day experience of our student-athletes in their attempt to achieve excellence. That is what this experience is really all about, all of us coming together and somehow finding a way to become the very best we can be."

BASKETBALL TRAINING FACILITY Classic design inspired by Ahearn Field House and includes K-State limestone Located east of Bramlage Coliseum, in close proximity for game day activities and other facilities such as the Academic Learning Center Size: Approximately 50,000 square feet

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AMENITIES • Fully functional men’s and women’s basketball facilities • Practice courts (two full-sized courts designed for shared or private use) • Locker rooms for both programs and coaches • Two Players lounges (a private space for players to share)

• Coaches offices (assistant coaches offices overlook practice courts) • Weight room (2500+ square feet) • Sports medicine center with a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy facility • Team film room (theatre-style to be utilized by both programs) • Entrance atrium & viewing deck (open design ideal for donor receptions and recruiting functions)

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DEB PATTERSON Head Coach | 17th Season (Rockford ‘79)

Two-time Big 12 Coach of the Year

PATTERSON’S CAREER RECORD • 320-189 (.629) - 17th season

PATTERSON’S TROPHY CASE • 2008 and 2002 Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2008 and 2004 Big 12 Conference Champions • 2008, 2003 and 2002 WBCA District V Coach of the Year • 2008, 2003 and 2002 WBCA National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2008 Associated Press National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2005, 2003 and 2002 Naismith National Coach of the Year Finalist • 2008 Kansas City Star Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2008 Waco Tribune Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2008 and 2002 Dallas Morning News Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2002 Austin American-Statesman Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2002 San Antonio Express News Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2001-02 ESPN the Magazine Coach of the Year • 2005-06 WNIT Champions • 2006-07 WNIT Final Four • 2002-03 Preseason WNIT Champions • USA Basketball 2000 Junior World Championship Qualifying Team (Gold Medal) • USA Basketball 1998 FIBA World Championships (Gold Medal) • USA Basketball 1997 World University Games (Gold Medal) • 2008, 2002 and 1997 KBCA Women’s College Basketball Coach of the Year • Received the Kay Yow Heart of a Coach Award in 2012 • Named to FCA Hall of Champions in 2011 • Inducted into the FCA Coaches Hall of Fame in 2008

PATTERSON BY THE NUMBERS • 320 wins at K-State • 7 former players reached the WNBA • 9 Associated Press All-America selections • 5 Academic All-America selections • 4 Senior CLASS Award finalists, including a national award winner • 2 Big 12 Player of the Year honorees • 40 All-Big 12 recipients, including 16 first team honorees • 94 Academic All-Big 12 selections, including 77 first team recipients Deb Patterson, the career wins leader for women’s basketball at Kansas State, (320-189, .629), enters her 17th season and will look to continue to mold Kansas State women's basketball into one of the most successful programs in the nation. Over the past 16 seasons, Patterson has captured the imagination of women's basketball fans across the nation and exceeding the expectations put upon her team by catapulting the Wildcat program into the national spotlight as an annual top-seeded postseason tournament contender, a consistent top-25 nationally ranked program in both major polls and one of the top-25 national leaders in NCAA Division I women's basketball attendance. During her time in Manhattan, Patterson has directed the program to nine NCAA Tournament appearances, nine 20-win seasons, two Big 12 regular season titles (2004 and 2008) and one postseason WNIT crown (2006). In the history of K-State women’s 42

basketball, Patterson is the longest tenured coach and has the most NCAA Tournament appearances and the most 20-win seasons of any of her predecessors. For her efforts in shaping the Kansas State program over the last 16 seasons, Patterson has garnered a number of honors and awards on the league, regional and national levels. Some of the organizations which have recognized Patterson for her outstanding coaching efforts include: the Russell Athletic/WBCA Region V Coach of the Year (2002, 2003 and 2008), Big 12 Coach of the Year (2002 and 2008), ESPN the Magazine Coach of the Year (2001-02), Kansas Basketball Coaches Association Women's Basketball College Coach of the Year (1997, 2002 and 2008), Kansas City Star Big 12 Coach of the Year (2008), Dallas Morning News Big 12 Coach of the Year (2002 and 2008), the San Antonio Express News Big 12 Coach of the Year (2002), the Austin American-Statesman Big 12 Coach of the Year (2002) and the Waco Tribune Big 12 Coach of the Year (2008). She has also been a finalist for the WBCA National Coach of the Year honor (2002, 2003 and 2008), a finalist for the Naismith National Coach of the Year (2002) and finished third in the voting for the Associated Press National Coach of the Year Award (2008). The intensity, determination, and unwavering commitment to excellence that Patterson has demonstrated in directing the program are the same qualities evident in her Wildcat teams and individual players. From 2002-12, K-State has made 10 postseason appearances with eight NCAA Tournament appearances and two visits to the Postseason WNIT including the first postseason title in the program’s history in the 2006 WNIT. In her nine career NCAA Tournament appearances at Kansas State, Patterson has advanced to at least the second round seven times. The Wildcats have also advanced to the semifinals or better in the Big 12 Championships seven times including consecutive semifinal appearances in 2011 and 2012 and four straight semifinal trips from 2002-05. During the 2002-12 time frame, K-State has recorded nine 20-win seasons which includes a school-record 29 victories in 2002-03. The program also earned its highest national ranking ever in the 2002-03 season, when the Wildcats were ranked No. 2 in both national polls on Nov. 25, 2002. During the 2010-11 season, Patterson helped the K-State program reach a new historic level in the NCAA record books, as Kansas State became the 13th program in NCAA Division I women’s basketball history and the second in the Big 12 to reach the 800-win mark with a 69-64 win at Nebraska on Feb. 19, 2011. Also during that 2010-11 season, Patterson secured the 300th victory of her career at K-State with a win in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Championships over Iowa State on March 9, 2011. Under Patterson’s direction during the 2008-09 season, KState tallied a 25-8 record and the 11th NCAA Tournament appearance in school history and the eighth straight postseason trip. The final mark of 25-8 included the best unbeaten start in school history, as the Wildcats opened the season 14-0. The Wildcats’ also rose to the highest rankings since the 2003-04 season in both the Associated Press (No. 14, Jan. 26) and ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ polls (No. 12, Jan. 26).


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THE PATTERSON FILE COACHING EXPERIENCE Kansas State, Head Coach, 1996-Present USA Basketball, Assistant Coach, 1997-98 Vanderbilt, Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, 1992-96 Southern Illinois, Assistant Coach, 1991-92 Northern Illinois, Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, 1987-91 Northern Illinois, Assistant Coach, 1986-87 Hononegah (Ill.) High School Coach, 1982-86

COLLEGIATE ACCOMPLISHMENTS President's Scholar, 1979 Two-Time Student-Athlete of the Year, 1978-79 Rockford College Hall of Fame

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Rockford College, 1975-79

COACHING SUCCESS Head Coach Year

School

Record

Postseason

2011-12

Kansas State

20-14

NCAA 2nd Round

2010-11

Kansas State

21-11

NCAA 1st Round

2009-10

Kansas State

14-18

2008-09

Kansas State

25-8

NCAA 2nd Round

2007-08

Kansas State

22-10

NCAA 2nd Round/

2006-07

Kansas State

19-15

WNIT Final Four

2005-06

Kansas State

24-10

WNIT Champions

2004-05

Kansas State

24-8

NCAA 2nd Round

2003-04

Kansas State

25-6

NCAA 2nd Round/

2002-03

Kansas State

29-5

2001-02

Kansas State

26-8

2000-01

Kansas State

12-16

1999-00

Kansas State

13-17

1998-99

Kansas State

16-14

1997-98

Kansas State

11-17

Big 12 Champions

Big 12 Champions NCAA 2nd Round/ Preseason WNIT Champions

1996-97

Kansas State

Totals

16 Years

19-12

NCAA Sweet 16

WNIT 2nd Round

NCAA 1st Round

320-189 (.629)

Assistant Coach Year

School

Record

Postseason

1995-96

Vanderbilt

23-8

NCAA Elite 8

1994-95

Vanderbilt

28-7

NCAA Sweet 16/ SEC Tourney Champs

1993-94

Vanderbilt

25-8

1992-93

Vanderbilt

30-3

NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Final 4/ SEC Tourney Champs

1991-92

Southern Illinois

23-8

1990-91

Northern Illinois

25-10

WNIT

1989-90

Northern Illinois

26-5

NCAA 2nd Round

1988-89

Northern Illinois

23-7

1987-88

Northern Illinois

14-14

1986-87

Northern Illinois

Totals

10 Years

11-16 228-86 (.726)

NCAA 2nd Round

The 2007-08 season was a testament to the determination and hard work Patterson instills in her team, as the Wildcats captured the second Big 12 regular season title in school history, and the first outright Big 12 crown in the program’s history, with a 13-3 league mark. With the title, the Wildcats became the first BCS school in the nation and the first Big 12 basketball program, male or female, to go from worst to first in the span of one season. In 2003-04, the Wildcats finished 25-6 overall and 14-2 in the Big 12 Conference. Kansas State received the No. 2 seed in the Mideast Region of the 2004 NCAA Tournament, the program's highest ever seed in school history. K-State also claimed a share of the Big 12 regular season title with Texas for its first conference title since 1987. As a team, K-State finished in the top 15 in eight NCAA statistical categories and tied or reset numerous school records during the regular season. Heading into the 2003-04 slate, K-State was tabbed No. 5 in both preseason national polls, its highest preseason billing ever. Her teaching and motivation skills were particularly evident in 2001-02 when Kansas State broke through for Patterson’s second NCAA Tournament appearance. Patterson led one of the nation's youngest teams to a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament, and to K-State's first Sweet 16 appearance in 19 years. Remarkably, the successful 2002 Wildcat squad started three freshmen, one sophomore and only one senior. The young Wildcats tied for third place in the Big 12 with an 11-5 record and made the highest debut ever by a women's team in The Associated Press Poll (since ranking 25 teams), while achieving the pro-

gram's first-ever ranking in the USA TODAY/ESPN Coaches Poll. Kansas State ended the season ranked 10th in the USA TODAY/ESPN Coaches Poll and 11th in the AP Poll. The achievements of 2001-02 were a culmination of years of commitment, hard work, and persistence by Patterson and her staff. In 1996-97, Patterson embraced the extraordinary challenge of rebuilding a Wildcat program that had been hit by NCAA penalties and probation just months prior to her arrival. The Wildcat program had not posted a winning record in Big Eight Conference play for five consecutive years prior to her arrival. It did not take long for Patterson to make her mark. In her first year at Kansas State, she guided the Wildcats to the school's first NCAA Tournament bid in 10 years and to the championship game of the Big 12 Tournament. In 1998-99, she led K-State to its first-ever WNIT appearance. Patterson has mentored numerous players to national recognition and success, most notably, Nicole Ohlde, Kendra Wecker, Laurie Koehn, Shalee Lehning and Ashley Sweat. She has seen 40 of her student-athletes earn All-Big 12 honors including 16 first team citations, three Big 12 Player of the Year Awards and one Big 12 Freshman of the Year. Wecker, Ohlde, Sweat and Koehn are the top-four all-time leading scorers in school history, while Lehning ranks first in school history for career assists. Patterson has had seven former players enjoy playing careers in the WNBA, with Ohlde (Phoenix Mercury) and Lehning (Atlanta Dream) playing in the WNBA Finals. From 2002-2005, a Wildcat was named Big 12 Player of the Year, Kodak All-American, first team All43


COACHING STAFF American, first team all-conference and a top finalist for some of the nation's most coveted awards including the Wade Trophy, Naismith Trophy, Honda, John R. Wooden and NCAA Woman of the Year Awards. In 2003-04, Ohlde and Wecker, both National Player of the Year finalists, received first team and third team All-America honors by the AP, respectively. Ohlde was later drafted sixth overall by the Minnesota Lynx in the 2004 WNBA Draft, a draft class tabbed as one of the deepest and most talented classes in league history. Ohlde finished her career as a two-time first team AllAmerican and three-time first team All-Big 12 selection. She collected Big 12 Freshman of the Year honors in 2000-01 and was a third team All-Big 12 selection that same year. Ohlde, one of the most decorated players in the program's history, was honored twice as a Kodak/WBCA All-American and Big 12 Conference Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004. Wecker followed in Ohlde's footsteps having been named a Kodak/WBCA All-American and Big 12 Conference Player of the Year in 2005. Wecker broke nearly every school record previously held by Ohlde, including the distinction of becoming the school's all-time leading scorer (2,333) and rebounder (1,087). Her career scoring mark is fifth in the Big 12 and she is one of only six players in league history to have recorded 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career. Both Wildcats are two of five women’s basketball players in the program’s history to have their jerseys retired in the rafters of Bramlage Coliseum. Wecker was named a consensus first team All-American by The Associated Press, Kodak/WBCA and USBWA in 2004-05. She was also selected as the national winner of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. Wecker was drafted fourth overall by the San Antonio Silver Stars in the 2005 WNBA Draft and was the highest-ever draft pick in the program's history. Koehn, a two-time second team All-Big 12 standout, left her mark in NCAA history as the all-time leader in career three-pointers made (392). She holds the school and conference records for career three-pointers made and three-pointers attempted. Koehn and Wecker became the first freshmen teammates in Big 12 history to be named third team all-conference in 2001-02. Off the court, Koehn was the first women's basketball player in school history to be named a first team CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican in 2004 and earned second team honors in 2005. Koehn played with the Washington Mystics for four seasons (2005-08) and was the WNBA’s Three-Point Shootout champion at the 2007 WNBA All Star Game. After the departure of “The Big Three,” Patterson continued to mentor solid student-athletes, as she advised AP All-America honorable mention selection, Lowe’s Senior All-American first team choice and CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic AllAmerica third team honoree, Shalee Lehning. Lehning, a 2009 All-Big 12 first team selection, finished her career as the first player in Big 12 history to record 1,000 points (1,189), 900 rebounds (914) and 800 assists (800). Her career assist total ranks first in school history and second in Big 12 history, while her rebounding total ranks fourth in school history and her point total ranks 21st. In her career, Lehning set the school and Big 12 record for career triple-doubles (5) and triple-doubles in a season (3). Following her final season in a Wildcat uniform, Lehning became the fifth women’s basketball player in school history to have her jersey retired. She was also selected by the Atlanta Dream in the second round of the 2009 WNBA Draft and enjoyed a three year career with the Dream that included three playoff appearances and two trips to the WNBA Finals. Sweat garnered Lowe’s Senior CLASS first team All-America honors and CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America third team honors at the end of her senior season in 2010. She also tallied All-Big 12 first team honors from the league’s coaches and was named to the Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 second team. To go along with her honors, Sweat finished her career third in school history in career points with 1,805 and became the third player in school history with 1,800 points, 600 rebounds and 70 blocks. 44


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In the Deb Patterson era, Kansas State has enjoyed one of the most exciting home court environments within the confines of Bramlage Coliseum in the nation. The Wildcats have enjoyed a record of 168-49 (.774) inside Bramlage under Patterson’s watchful eye including a 96-9 (.914) against non-conference opponents. When she took over the reins of the program in 1996-97, Patterson had a dream of one day filling Bramlage Coliseum for a women's basketball game. On Jan. 12, 2002, this dream was realized when a school benchmark was set with a 13,466 streamed into Bramlage for the first sellout in the program’s history. In total during her tenure, Patterson has coached in front of nine sellouts in Bramlage Coliseum, including a crowd of 12,528 on Feb. 4, 2012 against No. 1 ranked Baylor. The top-20 largest single-game crowds in Bramlage Coliseum history to view a women’s basketball game have all occurred during Patterson’s time with the Wildcats. For their attendance efforts over the last two seasons, K-State has been recognized as the Big 12 Conference’s “Pack the House” champion by the NCAA in 2011 and 2012. In 10 of the last 11 seasons, the Wildcats have finished in the top 25 for attendance nationally among NCAA Division I schools. The Wildcats finished among the top-10 in 2001-02 (7th), 200203 (6th), 2003-04 (8th) and 2004-05 (8th). The 2003-04 edition set the school record for average attendance in a season with 9,365 fans per game. During her 16 seasons on the sidelines for K-State, Patterson has coached in front of 1,215,456 in Bramlage Coliseum for an average of 5,172 fans per game. The top 10 largest single season crowds in school history have occurred in the Patterson Era. In addition to outstanding play on the court, Patterson’s teams also have a sterling reputation in the classroom. Since the inception of the Big 12 in the 1996-97 season, the Wildcats have placed a league-high 94 student-athletes on the Academic All-Big 12 first and second teams. K-State has also been recognized nationally for their focus on the books with five Academic AllAmerica selections, four Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award finalists including one national winner, 18 CoSIDA Academic All-District VII honorees and five appearances in the WBCA Academic Top-25 Team Honor Roll (1998, 1999, 2003, 2008 and 2009).

Off the court, Patterson has been recognized by numerous organizations for her leadership skills during her time in Manhattan. In 2012, she was the fifth recipient of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ (FCA) Kay Yow Heart of a Coach Award which was presented to her at the 2012 NCAA Final Four. In 2008, she was named to the FCA Coaches’ Hall of Fame. She has also garnered the 2001 Outstanding Leadership Award from Kansas State's Leadership Studies and Programs and has also been recognized as a "Champion of Diversity.” Patterson was also named an honorary Colonel for the Kansas State University Army ROTC and as Honorary Commander for the Kansas State University Air Force ROTC. In the community, she is an active member of the advisory committee for the Coronado Area Council, Boy Scouts of America and Manhattan Young Life. Patterson's coaching excellence has also been proven on the international basketball scene. While working to build K-State into a national power, she served as an assistant coach for three goldmedal winning USA Basketball teams, including the 2000 Junior World Championship Qualifying Team, the 1998 World Championship Team and the 1997 World University Games Team. In the summer of 2000 as an assistant coach, Patterson joined head coach Geno Auriemma (University of Connecticut) and assistant Ed Baldwin in guiding the 2000 USA Basketball Women's Junior World Championship Qualifying Team to a 5-0 record and a gold medal. In 1999, she helped the United States Senior National team capture the gold medal at the FIBA World Championships in Germany as an assistant coach on Nell Fortner's (Auburn University) staff. The United States women posted an unblemished 9-0 record to clinch their third title in the last four FIBA World Championships and sixth overall. In the championship game on June 7 in Berlin, Germany, the U.S. overcame a 12-point deficit in the game's last minutes to earn a 71-65 victory over Russia and win the gold medal. During the summer of 1997, Patterson traveled to Trapani, Sicily, with the World University Games Team, along with head coach and former mentor Jim Foster (Ohio State) and assistant Ed Baldwin. In September 1997, Patterson assisted Fortner along the

sidelines during the USA Invitational Tournament in Colorado Springs, Colo. Patterson came to K-State as a proven winner. In her 10 years as a Division I assistant coach, she contributed to eight consecutive 20-win seasons for three different programs (Vanderbilt, Southern Illinois and Northern Illinois). During her four seasons as the top assistant coach and recruiting coordinator on the Vanderbilt staff, she helped the Commodores to a 106-26 record (.803), including four-straight seasons with at least 23 victories. In 1992-93, Vanderbilt posted a 30-3 record, won the SEC Tournament title and advanced to the NCAA Final Four. In 199394, Vanderbilt recorded a 25-8 record and reached the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. During Patterson's third year on the staff, Vandy again won the SEC Tournament title and reached the NCAA Sweet Sixteen with a final mark of 29-7. The Commodores reached the NCAA Elite Eight and finished 1995-96 with a 23-8 record. Prior to her four seasons at Vanderbilt, Patterson spent the 1991-92 season as an assistant coach at Southern Illinois, where the Salukis posted a 20-5 record and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament. From 1988-91, she was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Northern Illinois, where she was part of three consecutive 20-win seasons and a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 1990. Patterson began her coaching career in 1983 as the head basketball coach at Rockton Hononegah (Ill.) High School, where she rebuilt a program with an 0-22 record before her arrival to a 212 mark in just four years. She was named the Illinois High School Association Coach of the Year in 1985 and back-to-back conference coach of the year in 1985 and 1986. In 1986-87, she accepted her first job on the collegiate level as a part-time assistant coach at Northern Illinois. A native of Rockford, Ill., Patterson graduated from Rockford College, where she was a two-time student-athlete of the year and a President's Scholar in 1979. She is a member of the Rockford College Hall of Fame after starring in basketball and field hockey from 1975-79.

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KAMIE ETHRIDGE Associate Head Coach | 17th Season (Texas ‘87)

ETHRIDGE’S TROPHY CASE • 2002 Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee • 2000 Texas Women’s Athletics Hall of Honor Inductee • 2000 Texas Women’s Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee • Southwest Conference All-Decade Team • Two-time Kodak All-American (1985 and 1986) • 1986 Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award • 1986 Wade Trophy and Honda Broderick Award recipient • 1986 NCAA Champions, MVP and Team Captain

ETHRIDGE’S NATIONAL TEAMS • 1988 U.S. Olympics (Gold Medal) • 1984 U.S. Olympics (alternate) • 1987 Pan American Games (Gold Medal) • 1987 Goodwill Games (Gold Medal) • 1986 World Championships (Gold Medal) • 1985 World University Games (Silver Medal) • 1982 and 1983 National Sports Festival (Gold Medal) Recognized as one of the greatest women's basketball guards to ever play the game, Kamie Ethridge is in her 17th season as associate head coach of the Kansas State women's basketball program. In this role, Ethridge shares the responsibility for all developmental, administrative and coaching aspects of the program. Ethridge's reputation as one of the best players ever at the point guard position is matched professionally by her label as one of the best teachers in the game. Anyone who has been in the gym with Ethridge recognizes her special ability to break the game down and develop individual player skills. The culmination of her spectacular playing career and inspirational coaching received the ultimate recognition in 2002 with her enshrinement into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tenn. Leading up to the honor, she was inducted into the University of Texas Women's Athletics Hall of Honor in 2000 and was one-ofeight players selected to the Southwest Conference Players of the Decade Team. On Jan. 17, 1997, her No. 33 jersey was retired at Monterey High School in her hometown of Lubbock, Texas. Ethridge's coaching prowess has been apparent in the Wildcat perimeter game. Under Ethridge's tutelage, K-State's perimeter game has blossomed into one of the nation's best. In 2001-02, Kansas State led the country in three-point field goal percentage (41.1) and ranked among the top 10 in three-point field goals made (8th, 262). She has also helped in the development of four WNBA players (Shalee Lehning, Laurie Koehn, Claire Coggins and Megan Mahoney). Lehning, a 2009 All-Big 12 first team selection, finished her career as the first player in Big 12 history to record 1,000 points (1,189), 900 rebounds (914) and 800 assists (800). Her career assist total ranks first in school history and second in Big 12 history, while her rebounding total ranks fourth and her point total ranks 19th. In her career, Lehning set the school and Big 12 record for career triple-doubles (5) and triple-doubles in a season (3). Following her final season in a Wildcat uniform, Lehning became the fifth women’s basketball player in school history to have her 46

jersey retired. She was also selected by the Atlanta Dream in the second round of the 2009 WNBA Draft. K-State, Big 12 Conference and NCAA career three-point leader Koehn, then a freshman, led the nation in three-point field goals made (122), while former Wildcat Kristin Rethman was third in three-point field goal percentage (47.6). Ethridge's corps also set the school team season records for three-pointers (262), three-point attempts (637) and three-point percentage. Since her arrival, the Wildcats have had three players, including Koehn, ranked among the best in the country in three-point shooting. During her senior campaign in 2004-05, Koehn broke the NCAA record for career three-pointers made with 392. She finished the season ranked third nationally in three-point field goals per game (3.1 avg). In all, three out of the top 5 Big 12 all-time three-point specialists hail from K-State. Former all-time leading three-point shooter Kim Woodlee (1997-01) still ranks third all-time in the Big 12 Conference and second behind Koehn at K-State. During her career she ranked among the nation's top 40 in 2000, 15th in 1999 and second in the country among all freshmen in 1998. Rethman was 24th in 2001, among the nation's top 40 in 2000 and 30th as a rookie. Koehn was fifth in three-point field goals per game (3.2 avg) and eighth in three-point field goal percentage (43.5) in 2004. With the help of Ethridge, K-State has made nine postseason appearances in 12 years, captured the 2006 Postseason WNIT Championship, to mark its first postseason championship title in school history, won a Preseason WNIT Championship in 2002-03, became the highest debuting team in the Associated Press Poll, received its highest (No. 2) and first-ever ranking in the USA TODAY/ESPN Coaches Poll and had record-breaking attendance marks. In 2003-04, Ethridge helped lead the Wildcats to their first Big 12 Conference title and highest-ever seed in the NCAA Tournament (No. 2). Last season, K-State made a school-record sixth consecutive appearance in the Postseason Tournament. Ethridge has been instrumental in the Wildcats' success on the conference level. K-State reached the Big 12 Tournament semifinals in 2001-02 and the finals in 1997-98, marking the program's first trip to a conference tournament title game since 1990. The Wildcats advanced to their second conference tournament title tilt in 2004-05. During a eight-year stretch, K-State dominated the Big 12 regular season, finishing with an outright title in 2007-08 (13-3) finishing tied for first (14-2) in 2003-04, tied for second (14-2) in 2002-03, tied for third (12-4) in 2004-05, and third (115) in 2001-02. In addition to her tireless work at K-State, Ethridge served a four-year term on the USA Basketball Women's Player Selection Committee, which is responsible for the selection of numerous teams, including the World University Games, Pan American Games and Jones Cup teams. In the summer of 1999, she was invited to lead a point guard camp in Colorado Springs, Colo., for current, past and prospective USA Basketball talent. She began her coaching career in 1987 as a student assistant at her alma mater Texas. In 1988, she played professionally in Italy and then returned in 1989 to accept a graduate assistant position at Northern Illinois. She became a full-time assistant in 1990 and joined the Vanderbilt staff in 1992. In her five years at


COACHING STAFF Vanderbilt, Ethridge was an integral part of landing five high school Kodak All-Americans and 13 Gatorade State Players of the Year. Throughout her career, Ethridge has assisted in one NCAA Final Four, two Elite Eights and three Sweet Sixteen appearances. When Ethridge joined the Vanderbilt staff in 1991, she helped the Commodores to their first NCAA Elite Eight appearance in school history and an overall winning percentage of .785 over five years.

THE ETHRIDGE FILE CAREER ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2002 Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee 2000 Texas Women's Athletics Hall of Honor Inductee 2000 Texas Women's Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee Southwest Conference All-Decade Team Two-Time Kodak All-American (1985 and 1986) 1986 Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award 1986 Wade Trophy and Honda Broderick Award recipient 1986 NCAA Champions, MVP and Team Captain

Ethridge has served as a position coach for several highcaliber players. She coached Vanderbilt's perimeter players, including Kodak All-American Sheri Sam, and helped develop players such as Julie Powell, the nation's leading threepoint shooter in 1993. Championship credentials followed Ethridge to K-State. The University of Texas graduate led the Longhorns to the 1986 national title game, where she garnered Most Valuable Player honors. A team captain, Ethridge and the Longhorns

NATIONAL TEAMS 1988 U.S. Olympics (Gold Medal) 1984 U.S. Olympics (alternate) 1987 Pan American Games (Gold Medal) 1987 Goodwill Games (Gold Medal) 1986 World Championships (Gold Medal) 1985 World University Games (Silver Medal) 1982 and 1983 National Sports Festival (Gold Medal)

COACHING EXPERIENCE Kansas State, Associate Head Coach, 1996-Present Vanderbilt, Assistant Coach, 1991-96 Northern Illinois, Assistant Coach, 1990-91 Northern Illinois, Graduate Assistant, 1989-90 Texas, Student Coach, 1987-88

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Italian Professional League, 1988-89 University of Texas, 1982-86

COACHING SUCCESS Associate Head Coach Year

School

Record

Postseason

2011-12

Kansas State

20-14

NCAA 2nd Round

2010-11

Kansas State

21-11

NCAA 1st Round

2009-10

Kansas State

14-18

2008-09

Kansas State

25-8

2007-08

Kansas State

22-10

NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 2nd Round Big 12 Champions

2006-07

Kansas State

19-15

WNIT Final Four

2005-06

Kansas State

24-10

WNIT Champions

2004-05

Kansas State

24-8

NCAA 2nd Round

2003-04

Kansas State

25-6

NCAA 2nd Round Big 12 Champions

2002-03

Kansas State

29-5

NCAA 2nd Round

2001-02

Kansas State

26-8

NCAA Sweet 16

2000-01

Kansas State

12-16

1999-00

Kansas State

13-17

1998-99

Kansas State

16-14

1997-98

Kansas State

11-17

1996-97

Kansas State

Totals

15 Years

19-12

WNIT 2nd Round

NCAA 1st Round

320-189 (.629)

Assistant Coach Year

School

Record

Postseason

1995-96

Vanderbilt

23-8

NCAA Elite 8

1994-95

Vanderbilt

28-7

NCAA Sweet 16/ SEC Tourney Champs

1993-94

Vanderbilt

25-8

1992-93

Vanderbilt

30-3

NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Final 4/ SEC Tourney Champs

1991-92

Vanderbilt

20-9

Elite 8

1990-91

N. Illinois

25-10

WNIT

Totals

Six Years

151-45 (.770)

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put together a 34-0 record that season, the first perfect season in NCAA Division I history. During her playing career at Texas, Ethridge and the Longhorns won the 1986 national championship and made two NCAA Elite Eight appearances and one trip to the Sweet Sixteen. She received just about every national award possible. A two-time Kodak All-American, Ethridge was honored with the Wade Trophy and the Honda Broderick Cup, awarded to the top female student-athlete in the country each year. The final jewel in her awards crown was the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Player of the Year Award, presented annually to the nation's top senior collegian under 5-foot-6 in height. Ethridge continued her basketball successes following her collegiate career. She saw considerable action on the international level. The pinnacle of her extensive USA Basketball experience came as a member of the U.S. gold medal-winning Olympic squad at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea. In addition, Ethridge won gold medals for Team USA at the 1986 Goodwill Games, 1986 World Championships and the 1987 Pan American Games. As a prep star at Monterey High School in Lubbock, Ethridge was named the Player of the Year in the state of Texas, an honor later bestowed upon Texas Tech great Sheryl Swoopes.

Kamie Ethridge being inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame with Texas women’s Athletic Director Christine Plonsky (left) and her former legendary coach at the University of Texas, Jody Conradt (right).

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KELLY MOYLAN Assistant Coach | 7th Season (Kansas State ‘94)

MOYLAN’S TROPHY CASE • 7th all-time in career 3-point field goal percentage at K-State • 11th all-time in career 3-pointers made at K-State • 11th all-time in career 3-pointers attempted at K-State

MOYLAN’S PLAYING EXPERIENCE • Kansas State, 1989-93 Kelly Moylan is in her seventh season as an assistant coach at Kansas State. Moylan, a four-year letterwinner for the Wildcats from 198993, most recently served as head girls varsity basketball coach at nearby Junction City (Kan.) High School the last two years. She compiled a 30-15 career record with the Blue Jays and guided the team to a 17-5 mark this past season. Moylan garnered co-Coach of the Year honors leading Junction City to a tied for first finish in the Centennial League. Moylan ranks 11th all-time in both career three-pointers made (108) and three-pointers attempted (281) at K-State. She also ranks seventh all-time in career three-point field goal percentage (38.4). During the 1991-92 season as a junior, Moylan finished third-best in the Big Eight Conference shooting 39.3 percent (53135) from behind the arc. Prior to her head coaching position at Junction City High

School, Moylan served as head girls varsity basketball coach at Hiawatha (Kan.) High School from 1997-99. She was also the school’s head volleyball coach and taught physical education. Originally from Emmett, Kan., Moylan is a 1994 graduate of KState with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. She started her collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant women’s basketball coach at Northern Iowa, where she completed her master’s degree in physical education in 1996. A local prep standout at St. Mary’s (Kan.) High School, Moylan was named an honorable mention All-American by USA TODAY and a consensus all-state selection as a senior. She was also honored as the 1989 Kansas Sports Magazine Player of the Year and recorded 1,841 career points at St. Mary’s.

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SHALEE LEHNING Assistant Coach | 4th Season (Kansas State ‘09)

LEHNING’S TROPHY CASE • Fifth player in school history to have her jersey retired • 2008-09 AP All-America honorable mention • 2008-09 Lowe’s All-Senior All-America first team • 2008-09 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Third team • 2008-09 Wade Trophy candidate • 2008-09 Naismith Trophy candidate • 2008-09 Wooden Award candidate • 2008-09 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award finalist • Two-time All-Big 12 First Team • 2006-07 All-Big 12 honorable mention • 2005-06 All-Newcomer Team • Three-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team • Two-time Big 12 Player of the Week • 2008-09 Dallas Morning News All-Big 12 first team • 2008-09 Waco Tribune All-Big 12 first team • 2008-09 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VII first team • 2007-08 WBCA Region V finalist • 2007-08 Kansas City Star Big 12 co-Player of the Year • 2007-08 Kansas City Star All-Big 12 first team • 2007-08 Waco Tribune All-Big 12 second team • 2007-08 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VII Third team • Named to 2005-06 Dallas Morning News Big 12 All-Newcomer team

LEHNING’S PLAYING CAREER • Atlanta Dream (2009-11) • Kansas State (2005-09)

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Shalee Lehning enters her fourth season as an assistant coach on Deb Patterson's staff, following an All-American career with the Wildcats and a three-year playing career with the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream. The Sublette, Kan., native finished her K-State career ranked first in school history and second in Big 12 history for career assists with 800, ranked first in school history for career minutes played with 4,271, ranked fourth in school history for career rebounds with 914 and 19th for career points with 1,189. She is the first player in Big 12 history to record 1,000 career points, 900 career rebounds and 800 career assists. Lehning is the eighth guard in school history to register 200 points in every season of her career and her final career point total is the 11th-highest by a guard in school history. The 2009 Associated Press All-America honorable mention recipient finished her senior season as the Wildcats' third-leading scorer at 10.7 points per game, the team's top rebounder at 7.0 per game and the Big 12 leader and second in the nation in assists per game at 7.6 per contest. Along with her All-American honor, Lehning was selected to the All-Big 12 first team for the second straight season by the league's coaches. She also became the fifth player in school history to have her jersey retired and the first player in school history to record consecutive 200-point, 200-rebound and 200-assist seasons. Her 229 assists during the 2008-09 season set a school record for assists in a season and set the Big 12 record for assists by a senior. She became the third player in Big 12 history to record consecutive 200 assist seasons. During her senior season, Lehning was a candidate for a number of national All-American honors including: a candidate for the Wade Trophy, a State Farm/WBCA All-America finalist, a finalist for the Naismith Trophy, a finalist for the Wooden Award, a finalist for the Lieberman Award and a finalist for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award. She garnered CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America third team honors, was selected to the Lowe's Senior CLASS All-America first team and earned her third straight Academic All-Big 12 first team citation. Lehning registered three triple-doubles during the 2008-09 season to set the Big 12 and school records for triple-doubles in a season and owns five for her career, which is tied for third in NCAA history for triple-doubles. After her stellar Kansas State career, Lehning played three seasons with the WNBA's Atlanta Dream. With Lehning’s help during the last three seasons, Atlanta has a 57-37 record and three playoff appearances, including a franchise record 20 wins during the 2011 season and an appearance in the 2010 WNBA Finals. Lehning, voted the Dream’s captain for the 2010 season during her second year in the league, registered a career-high and team-leading 154 assists (4.8 assists per game) during the 2010 regular season. She ranked seventh in the WNBA in assists per game, third in assist to turnover ratio (2.61) and second in assists per 40 minutes played (8.2). She has also tallied a career-high 3.7 points per game (120 points), and 2.7 rebounds per game (84 rebounds) in 23.5 minutes. In December of 2009, she earned her undergraduate degree in electronic journalism.


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DANIELLE ZANOTTI Director of Team Operations Fourth Season Kansas State '09

CLAIRE COGGINS Video Coordinator First Season Kansas State '07

KRISTIN WALLER Academic Counselor/ Director of Life Skills 10th Year Kansas State ’02

ZANOTTI’S TROPHY CASE

COGGINS’ TROPHY CASE

WALLER’S TROPHY CASE

• Three-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team • Eight-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient

• Two-time All-Big 12 Second Team • 2006 Postseason WNIT MVP

• Four-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team

ZANOTTI’S PLAYING CAREER

COGGINS’ COACHING CAREER

• Kansas State (2005-09)

• Oklahoma City University (2011-12) • Connors State (2009-11)

WALLER’S PLAYING CAREER

Danielle Zanotti is in her fourth season serving as director of team operations for the Kansas State women's basketball program. Zanotti is responsible for team and staff travel, operational management for summer camps, practice facilitation and community relations involving the women’s basketball program. Prior to her appointment at K-State, Zanotti was a four-year letterwinner for the Wildcats from 2005-09. During her playing career under Coach Patterson, Zanotti played in 130 career games to rank third in school history for games played. She averaged 2.5 points and 2.3 rebounds per contest while helping K-State to two NCAA Tournament appearances and two Postseason WNIT appearances, including the 2006 Postseason WNIT title and the 2008 Big 12 regular season crown. She was also a model student-athlete, earning three Academic All-Big 12 first team honors and eight Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll citations. A native of Mustang, Okla., Zanotti graduated from Kansas State in December of 2009 with a degree in psychology.

COGGINS’ PLAYING CAREER • Panathanaikos (2008) • Chicago Sky (2007) • Kansas State (2003-07) Claire Coggins returns to the K-State women’s basketball program after a successful playing career with the Wildcats. Coggins will serve as the team’s video coordinator after serving three seasons as an assistant coach at Oklahoma City University and Connors State. In her only season with Oklahoma City, Coggins aided head coach Rob Edmisson in guiding the Stars to a 35-1 record and the sixth NAIA Division I title in the program’s history. At Connors State, Coggins helped the Cowgirls to a 27-5 record in 2010-11. The Cowgirls captured the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference title and an appearance in the NJCAA Region II championship game. Coggins helped develop three 2011 All-NJCAA Region II performers in Sierra Cornwell, Katie Fleming and Shakayla Love. Coggins also coached Magen Roth, a 2010 NJCAA All-American, as a first-year assistant at Connors State. During her playing career at Kansas State, she was a two-time All-Big 12 second team selection, the most valuable player of the 2006 Postseason WNIT and was a member of the 2004 Big 12 regular season championship team. She finished her career with 1,236 points, the 32nd Wildcat to pass the 1,000-point mark, and currently ranks 19th on the K-State career points list. She also tallied 213 assists and ranks 22nd in the program’s history. After her time in Manhattan, Coggins spent the 2007 season with the WNBA's Chicago Sky and then played the 2008 season with Panathanaikos in Athens, Greece. Coggins, a native of Independence, Mo., earned her degree in electronic journalism from K-State in 2007.

• Kansas State (1998-02) Kristin Waller is in her 10th year in the K-State athletics department and her third as the Academic Counselor and Director of Life Skills. Waller’s primary sports are women’s basketball and volleyball. She also serves as an advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and is the director of the Powercat Choice Awards during the last three years. Prior to her move to Student-Athlete Academic Services, Waller was an assistant director of compliance for five years. She also spent a year as an assistant operations director for K-State women’s basketball. In addition to her responsibilities within the Kansas State athletic department, Waller also serves as a color analyst on the KState Sports Network during women’s basketball games. She also is a member of NACWAA. Waller earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing in May of 2002 from Kansas State and received her master’s in journalism/mass communications in December of 2008 from K-State. During her playing career at K-State under coach Patterson, Waller was a four-time Academic All-Big 12 first team recipient. During her time in Manhattan, Waller averaged 9.1 points and 3.3 rebounds for her career. She currently ranks as the school record holder for career three-point field goal percentage (.436), third in school history for career three-point field goals made (266) and ranks 10th in school history for career assists (294). A native of Corning, Kan., she and her husband, Brad, reside in Manhattan with their daughter, Taryn.

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TASHA DICKEY Graduate Assistant First Season Arizona ‘11

DICKEY'S TROPHY CASE • Named to the 2008 Pac-10 All-Freshman honorable mention team After completing her athletic eligibility in 2012 with Kansas State, former Wildcat Tasha Dickey has joined K-State head coach Deb Patterson’s staff as a graduate assistant for the 2012-13 season. Dickey, who is entering her second year of graduate school at K-State as a college student development major, finished her playing career by helping K-State to a second round appearance in the 2012 NCAA Tournament which was her only appearance in the postseason as a player. The product of Sandy, Utah, registered career-highs in numerous statistical categories including: points (9.9 ppg), rebounds (4.1 rpg), steals (53), three-point field goals made and attempted (43-of-151), free throws made and attempted (42-of-58), games played (34), games started (34) and minutes played (901). Dickey played four seasons at Arizona (2007-11) and graduated with a degree in religious studies and a minor in African American studies. While playing in Tucson, Dickey was named a 2008 Pac 10 All-Freshman honorable mention selection. Dickey is the daughter of Charlie and Lisa Dickey. Her father is the offensive line coach for the Kansas State football team.

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KEVIN SCHADT Strength and Conditioning Coach First Season Delaware '07

Kevin Schadt joins the K-State strength and conditioning staff as an assistant coach after working the last three seasons at Army. Prior to his stint at West Point, he worked as a graduate assistant for the University of Delaware from 2008-2009. Schadt worked primarily with the football, men's lacrosse, swimming and diving, track and field and golf teams. His graduate assistant position at Delaware came on the heels of a two-year tenure as an intern on the Blue Hens' strength and conditioning staff. During that time, he assisted in the training of a 2007 Football Championship Subdivision National Championship participant that included first team All-Americans Omar Cuff and Joe Flacco, who was later drafted as the 18th overall selection in the 2008 NFL Draft. Also during his time at Delaware, Schadt assisted with the 2007 NCAA Final Four participant Blue Hen men's lacrosse team. Schadt also served as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for Wilmington Friends School from 2008-2009. A 2007 graduate of Delaware, Schadt earned a bachelor's degree from in nutrition with a minor in strength and conditioning. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and is also a U.S.A. Weightlifting Certified Sports Performance Coach. Schadt and his wife Michelle now reside in Manhattan.

RANDY PETERSON Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Ninth Year Grand View ‘02 Western Illinois ‘04

Randy Peterson enters his ninth year in the Kansas State Sports Information Office and his sixth with the K-State women’s basketball program. Before his time with K-State women’s basketball, Peterson served as the volleyball and track SID for the Wildcats. Peterson is an active member of CoSIDA and has earned a number of national and regional honors for his publications including a second-place national finish and “Best in District VII” for the 2010-11 women’s basketball media guide and a fourthplace national finish and “Best in District VII” women’s basketball guide for the 2009-10 season. Before K-State, Peterson earned his master’s degree in sport management at Western Illinois while serving as the primary contact for six sports, including track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, cross country and men’s and women’s golf. Peterson earned his bachelor of arts degree from Grand View College in Des Moines, Iowa, in 2002. While attending Grand View, the Fargo, N.D., native was a four-year letterwinner and threetime Academic All-Midwest Classic Conference selection on the men’s basketball team, helping the Vikings to two NAIA Division II National Tournament appearances. Peterson is married to the former Heather Hanssen and the couple resides in Manhattan.


2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK

Senior guards Brittany Chambers (left) and Mariah White

Looking for another

NCAA Bid Entering its 45th season of women’s basketball, Kansas State will look to build upon its second straight NCAA Tournament appearance and the fourth NCAA bid in the last five years during the 2012-13 season. In order to make the 14th NCAA Tournament appearance in the program’s history, K-State will need to blend together six returning letterwinners, led by senior and two-time All-Big 12 First Team guard Brittany Chambers, with seven newcomers. During the 2011-12 season, K-State recorded the 23rd 20-win season in school history and the ninth under head coach Deb Patterson’s guidance, while tying for fourth in the Big 12 standings after being tabbed for a ninth-place finish by the league’s coaches in the preseason poll. K-State advanced a round at both the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championships and the 2012 NCAA Tournament. Patterson returns to the Bramlage Coliseum sidelines for her 17th season at the helm of the Wildcats. The career wins leader in K-State women’s basketball history with a record of 320-189 (.629), Patterson has guided the program to 20 or more wins in nine of the last 11 seasons and 10 postseason appearances in the last 11 years (eight NCAA Tournaments and two WNITs). In 2012-13, Kansas State returns 70 percent of its assist production, 65 percent of its three-point field goals made and 58 percent of its steals. Despite the return in production from these statistical categories, K-State will need to replace the output of departed letterwinners Branshea Brown, Jalana Childs and Tasha Dickey. The five-member senior class was responsible for 57 percent of the points scored in 2011-12 and 56 percent of the

rebounding. The Wildcats will face a challenging schedule in 2012-13. The slate of games features 25 contests against teams that played in a 2012 postseason tournament and includes Big 12 newcomers TCU and West Virginia.

BACKCOURT Kansas State will have a solid amount of experience returning to its backcourt this season, as the Wildcats welcome back seniors Chambers and Mariah White and sophomores Heidi Brown, Haley Texada and Ashia Woods. K-State will also see four newcomers make a bid to crack the rotation this season with junior Kendra Spresser and freshmen Brianna Craig, Marissa Ellis and Kelly Thomson vying for minutes and to help replace the production of one-year wonder, Tasha Dickey. Chambers, an All-Big 12 First Team selection in 2011-12 and an All-America candidate in 2012-13, will look to continue to provide leadership and a dynamic scoring presence for the Wildcats in the backcourt in her final season in purple. In the 2011-12 season, she was K-State’s second-leading scorer and ranked eighth in the Big 12 with 14.0 points per game average (514 total points) despite being the focal point of every defense she faced. She finished as one of two overall players in the Big 12 and one of 15 guards in the nation in 2011-12 to record 400+ points, 200+ rebounds and 70+ assists. The native of Jordan, Minn., paced K-State on the boards and ranked 14th in the Big 12 with a career-high 6.2 rebounds per game (211 rebounds). She also led the team in defensive

rebounds per game with 4.7 per game. She was also one of the top three-point shooters in the Big 12, as she led the league in 3point field goals made per game (80-of-257, .311; 2.4 per game). She also proved to be one of the most durable players in the league, averaging a career-high 36.7 minutes per game to rank second in the Big 12. Chambers will have the opportunity to move up on a number of K-State career lists in her final season. She will enter the season with 1,378 career points which places her 10th on the KState career points list. With another solid performance on the boards, Chambers has the opportunity to move into the top-10 in school history for career rebounds as she enters the season ranked 16th with 581 career boards. She can also climb into the top-10 on the K-State career assists chart, as she enters the season ranked 17th with 241 assists. With 67 connections from beyond the arc in 2012-13, Chambers will become just the second player in school history and the second player in the Big 12 to surpass the 300 three-point field goals made milestone. For the second straight season, White displayed one of the most improved skill sets of any of the Wildcats. White will look to cap her career in 2012-13 by providing leadership and direction to K-State’s incoming freshmen class while also climbing into the top-5 on the K-State career assists list. While playing and starting a career-high 34 games last season, White averaged a career-high 5.3 points and led the team and ranked fourth in the Big 12 and 41st in the nation with 4.8 assists per game. Her total of 163 assists in 2011-12 ranks eighth in school history for assists in a season. The total helped 53


2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK another point guard option and to help spell Chambers and White for small stretches of games. Thomson, a local product from Riley, Kan., and the same high school as former Wildcat letterwinner Kelsey Nelson (Riley County High School), joins the Wildcats with a reputation as a threat from beyond the arc. The 2012 All-State All-Classes first team and 2012 All-State Class 3A first team recipient reset the Riley County High School career record for three-point field goals made with 192, as she notched 1,208 career points to rank second in school history. Thomson, who started her senior season as a Sporting News High School All-America honorable mention selection, also set the school record for career free throw percentage (.800) and finished her final campaign with the Falcons with 17.5 points per game, 4.5 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.7 steals. Thomson will give the Wildcats another shooter to pair with Chambers to help spread the defense and to give the frontcourt space to operate.

Junior forward Chantay Caron

FRONTCOURT

propel White into eighth in school history for career assists with 325. White was also careful with the ball in her hands, as she ranked third in the Big 12 and 24th in the nation for assist to turnover ratio (1.92), which tied for the sixth-highest assist to turnover ratio in school history. The native of Midwest City, Okla., was one of K-State’s top perimeter defenders last season, as she led the team in steals with 69 (2.0 spg), which marked the most by a Wildcat since the 2007-08 season and the third-highest total in the Patterson-era. Brown saw limited action in her first season in Manhattan. With a high school resume that included a career .482 three-point field goal percentage and a full summer in the gym with her teammates, Brown helps give the Wildcats the ability to space the floor from beyond the arc. Texada saw a limited role in 2011-12 playing just 14 games. The second-year player from Frisco, Texas, registered her careerhigh of 8 points against Missouri while going 3-of-5 from the field. She also dished out her career-best of three assists in the season-opener against Dartmouth. Texada will look to provide KState with valuable minutes off the bench at the point guard spot to spell Chambers or White. Of the three freshmen on the roster in 2011-12, Woods provided the Wildcats with the most valuable contributions. The product of Wichita, Kan., gave K-State a solid perimeter defensive presence off the bench as she was asked to defend some of the top perimeter players in the country during her minutes as a rookie. Woods chipped in with 2.1 points per game and 2.3 rebounds per game to go with 30 steals in 14.3 minutes of action off the bench in 34 games last season. In 2012-13, Woods will be the first player Patterson turns to in order to replace the production of Dickey 54

on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor. Spresser joined the Wildcats early in the summer to restart her playing career. The 5-5 guard from Dresden, Kan., started her collegiate career at Seward County (Kan.) Community College in 2009-10, where she played in 32 games, starting two, with an average of 20.4 minutes per contest and helped the Lady Saints to a 31-3 record by averaging 9.2 points, which included a .269 three-point field goal percentage, and 3.6 rebounds. Spresser then played in the 2010 NJCAA All-Star event in Pensacola, Fla., but just before the start of the 2010-11 season, she suffered a leg injury and missed the entire season. She did not play anywhere in the 2011-12 season, but has recommitted herself to the game and will look to provide the Wildcats with minutes off the bench for the backcourt. Craig, the 2012 Gatorade Nebraska Player of the Year, joins the Wildcats from Lincoln Northeast High School in Lincoln, Neb. Craig was a highly decorated player within the state of Nebraska who also garnered Sporting News High School All-America honorable mention status prior to the start of her senior season. She concluded her senior campaign second in Class A and first in the Heartland Conference in points per game (18.6) while helping Lincoln Northeast to a district title. Craig capped her career with 1,307 points and 431 rebounds. The athletic guard will be looked upon to fill the void left by Dickey’s departure. Ellis comes to K-State as the No. 24 rated guard in the nation by ESPN Hoopgurlz. The product of Kansas City, Mo., played in the 2012 HyVee/Pepsi Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Challenge and scored 11 points after a senior season that saw her average 10.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.7 assists. Ellis will provide Patterson and the Wildcats with

This will be the area where K-State will see its greatest contribution from its group of newcomers in the 2012-13 season. With the departures of All-Big 12 first team selection Jalana Childs, the solid four-year defensive presence and rebounding tenacity of Branshea Brown and the valuable minutes supplied by two-sport student-athlete JuliAnne Chisholm, Patterson will use a combination of returning letterwinners and newcomers to fill the gaps in production lost to graduation. The Wildcats will look for continued development from junior Chantay Caron, the addition of redshirt junior Katya Leick and the arrival of junior Ashlynn Knoll and freshman Stacey Malone to attempt to replace the production of Childs, Brown and Chisholm from a season ago. Caron represents K-State’s only frontcourt player on the roster to see significant playing experience in a K-State uniform over the last two seasons. The forward from Lawrence, Kan., played in a career-high 34 games with an average of 13.3 minutes of action, all off the bench. Caron pieced together similar numbers in her sophomore season compared to her freshman debut, as she averaged 2.9 points and 1.8 rebounds. The 5-11 forward did add range to her shot, as she was 12-of-44 from beyond the arc with a career-best two off the bench in a critical road win at Texas. Caron will be asked to increase her offensive numbers without sacrificing her defensive tenacity. Leick joins the Wildcats and remains in the Big 12 Conference following two seasons at Nebraska. Due to NCAA transfer rules, Leick was redshirted during the 2011-12 season but will make her debut in purple and white in 2012-13. The 6-1 junior forward from Grey Cloud Township, Minn., averaged 4.3 points and 3.8 rebounds per game in 40 career games for the Cornhuskers. Patterson will look to Leick to provide a scoring punch and to use her experience as a veteran of the Big 12 to help the Wildcats during the double-round robin format. Knoll joins K-State after a successful two-year stint at Seward County (Kan.) Community College. Knoll garnered WBCA AllAmerican honors and was named an NJCAA All-American honorable mention recipient in 2011-12. The native of Canyon, Texas started 58 of a possible 61 games in her career at Seward County and registered 786 points (12.9 ppg) and 403 rebounds (6.6 rpg) during her two seasons while leading the squad in scoring in both seasons. She was also active in other facets of the game as she dished out 78 assists, picked up 101 steals and blocked 32 shots. Knoll will be looked upon to provide K-State with a balanced offensive presence by scoring in the lane and to stretch defenses with her jump shot. Malone entered her senior season at Robert E. Lee High in Tyler, Texas, as a Sporting News High School All-America honorable mention selection and was rated as the No. 24 ranked forward in the nation by ESPN Hoopgurlz. However, she was slowed by a shoulder injury but has made a full recovery to take part in the preseason workouts. Malone, who is the tallest player on the Wildcats’ roster entering the 2012-13 season at 6-1, will be asked to provide rebounding and a defensive presence in the paint in her first season in Manhattan.


2012-13 ROSTER

NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 1 2 4 10 11 12 13 20 21 22 23 24 25

NAME Haley Texada Brittany Chambers Katya Leick Heidi Brown Chantay Caron Kelly Thomson Kendra Spresser Brianna Craig Ashlynn Knoll Mariah White Ashia Woods Marissa Ellis Stacey Malone

POSITION G G F G F G G G F G G G F

HEIGHT 5-7 5-8 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-5 5-10 5-11 5-7 5-11 5-7 6-1

YEAR-EXP. So.-1L Sr.-3L R-Jr.-Tr So.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS R-Jr.-Tr Fr.-HS Jr.-Tr Sr.-3L So.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Frisco, Texas (Wakeland HS) Jordan, Minn. (Jordan HS) Grey Cloud Township, Minn. (Nebraska/Park HS) Plains, Kan. (Southwestern Heights HS) Lawrence, Kan. (Free State HS) Riley, Kan. (Riley County HS) Dresden, Kan. (Seward County [KS] CC/Hoxie HS) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Northeast HS) Canyon, Texas (Seward County [KS] CC/Happy HS) Midwest City, Oklahoma (Midwest City HS) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Collegiate HS) Kansas City, Mo. (Staley HS) Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee HS)

POSITION G F G G G F F F G G G G G

HEIGHT 5-11 5-11 5-8 5-10 5-7 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-5 5-7 5-10 5-7 5-11

YEAR-EXP. So.-1L Jr.-2L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-Tr R-Jr.-Tr Fr.-HS R-Jr.-Tr So.-1L Fr.-HS Sr.-3L So.-1L

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Plains, Kan. (Southwestern Heights HS) Lawrence, Kan. (Free State HS) Belle Plaine, Minn. (Jordan HS) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Northeast HS) Kansas City, Mo. (Staley HS) Canyon, Texas (Seward County [KS] CC/Happy HS) Grey Cloud Township, Minn. (Nebraska/Park HS) Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee HS) Dresden, Kan. (Seward County [KS] CC/Hoxie HS) Frisco, Texas (Wakeland HS) Riley, Kan. (Riley County HS) Midwest City, Oklahoma (Midwest City HS) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Collegiate HS)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. 10 11 2 20 24 21 4 25 13 1 12 22 23

NAME Heidi Brown Chantay Caron Brittany Chambers Brianna Craig Marissa Ellis Ashlynn Knoll Katya Leick Stacey Malone Kendra Spresser Haley Texada Kelly Thomson Mariah White Ashia Woods

HEAD COACH ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH

Deb Patterson (Rockford (Ill.) College ‘79 - 17th Season) Kamie Ethridge (Texas ‘87 - 17th Season) Kelly Moylan (Kansas State ‘94 - Eighth Season) Shalee Lehning (Kansas State ‘09 - Fourth Season)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE CHANTAY CARON ASHLYNN KNOLL KATYA LEICK Haley TEXADA ASHIA Woods

sh-ON-tae CAR-on ash-LYNN KUH-noll COT-ee-yah LIKE tay-HA-duh AH-shuh

BY STATE Kansas (5) Heidi Brown (Plains) Chantay Caron (Lawrence) Kendra Spresser (Dresden) Kelly Thomson (Riley) Ashia Woods (Wichita) Minnesota (2) Brittany Chambers (Jordan) Katya Leick (Grey Cloud Township) Missouri (1) Marissa Ellis (Kansas City) Nebraska (1) Brianna Craig (Lincoln) Oklahoma (1) Mariah White (Midwest City) Texas (3) Ashlynn Knoll (Canyon) Stacey Malone (Tyler) Haley Texada (Frisco) BY POSITION Guards (9) Heidi Brown Brittany Chambers Brianna Craig Marissa Ellis Kendra Spresser Haley Texada Kelly Thomson Mariah White Ashia Woods Forwards (4) Chantay Caron Ashlynn Knoll Katya Leick Stacey Malone

2012-13 ROSTER BREAKDOWN Players Returning (6) Heidi Brown Chantay Caron Brittany Chambers Haley Texada Mariah White Ashia Woods

Position G F G G G G

Height 5-11 5-11 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-11

Year-Exp. So.-1L Jr.-2L Sr.-3L So.-1L Sr.-3L So.-1L

Players Lost (6) Branshea Brown Jalana Childs JuliAnne Chisholm Tasha Dickey Emma Ostermann Stephanie Wittman

Position F F F G G G

Height 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-9

Reason Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. Grad. -

Newcomers (7) Brianna Craig Marissa Ellis Ashlynn Knoll Katya Leick Stacey Malone Kendra Spresser Kelly Thomson

Position G G F F F G G

Height 5-10 5-7 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-6 5-10

Year-Exp. Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Jr.-TR* Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS

2011-12 Statistics 0.0 ppg, 0.4 rpg 2.9 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 0.6 apg 14.0 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 2.3 apg, .758 FT% 1.0 ppg, 0.8 rpg 5.3 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 4.8 apg, 2.0 spg 2.1 ppg, 2.3 rpg, 0.7 apg, 0.9 spg 2011-12 Statistics 5.6 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 27 blocks 14.3 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 20 blocks 2.2 ppg, 1.0 rpg, .406 3FG% 9.9 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 1.6 spg 0.8 ppg, 0.2 rpg 0.5 ppg, 1.1 rpg 2011-12 Statistics (HS) 18.6 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 2.5 spg 10.1 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 3.7 apg 13.8 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 1.3 apg, 1.7 spg 5.1 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 1.1 apg* 9.1 ppg, 9.4 rpg, 2.2 bpg 9.2 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 1.3 spg** 17.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 3.8 apg, 2.7 spg

BY CLASS Senior (2) Brittany Chambers Mariah White Juniors (4) Chantay Caron Ashlynn Knoll Katya Leick Kendra Spresser Sophomores (3) Heidi Brown Haley Texada Ashia Woods Freshmen (4) Brianna Craig Marissa Ellis Stacey Malone Kelly Thomson

Bold - Starter in 2011-12 * - at Nebraska; due to NCAA transfer rules,sat out the 2011-12 season ** - stats from 2009-10 season at Seward County CC 55


CHAMBERS | 2

2 | BRITTANY CHAMBERS G | 5-8 | Sr. - 3L Jordan, Minn. (Jordan HS)

2-time All-Big 12 1st Team selection CHAMBERS’ TROPHY CASE

MISCELLANEOUS CAREER STATS

• Named 2012 All-Big 12 first team by league’s coaches • Named to the 2011-12 preseason All-Big 12 honorable mention team • Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Week for Jan. 9 • Identified by the Lieberman Award as a 2012 “Player Making the Buzz” • Named to 2012 Academic All-Big 12 first team • Invited and competed in the 2011 USA Basketball Women’s World University Games Team Trials • Named a unanimous selection to the 2010-11 All-Big 12 first team • Named to 2010-11 Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District VII third team • Named to 2010-11 Academic All-Big 12 first team • Named MVP of 34th Annual Blue Sky Classic • Named Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Week for Feb. 7 • Named Phillips 66 co-Big 12 Player of the Week for March 6 • Named to 2010 Waco Tribune All-Big 12 Freshman Team • Big 12 Freshman of the Week (Dec. 7, 2009) • Six-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Double-Figure Scoring Games 30+ Points in a Game 20+ Points in a Game Double-Figure Rebounding Games Double-Doubles 5+ Rebound Games 5+ Assist Games 2+ Steal Games 4+ Made 3-Pt. FGs 2+ Made 3-Pt. FGs

CAREER

Favorite K-State athlete (not women’s basketball) and why? (NCAA heptathlon champion) Ryann Krais. She is my idol.

THE CHAMBERS FILE What is it like running out of the tunnel in Bramlage? What did it feel like the first time? It is amazing. I still get the chills. It is like all of your dreams came true and your finally realizing all of your hard work paid off. Describe yourself in three words. Talkative, energetic, strong.

• Ninth player in school history and the fifth guard with 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 200 assists • 10th in school history for career points with 1,378 • 16th in school history for career rebounds with 581 • 17th in school history for career assists with 241 • Fourth on the K-State career list (233) and the fifth player in school history with 200 career 3-point field goals made.

CAREER HIGHS Minutes 45, three Points 35, vs. Texas A&M (3/2/11) Field Goals 13, at Nebraska (2/19/11) Field Goals Attempted 22, at Baylor (1/21/12) 3-pt. Field Goals 8, vs. Northwestern (12/19/11) 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted 14, twice Free Throws 6, six times Free Throws Attempted 11, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) Rebounds 14, at Colorado (3/3/10) Assists 7, vs. Iowa State (1/31/10) Blocks 1, eight times Steals 4, vs. North Dakota State (12/18/11)

CHAMBERS’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. 2009-10 32-28 992-31.0 2010-11 32-32 1120-35.0 2011-12 34-34 1247-36.7 TOTAL 98-94 3359-34.3 56

FGM-FGA 129-312 187-436 162-457 478-1205

74 2 19 11 7 62 11 28 22 65

What did you get in trouble for the most as a kid at age 10? age 13? age 18? Talking too much. Talking too much. Talking too much. Since last year, I have improved the most at...? 1. Mid-range jumper 2. Developing my left hand 3. I’ve gotten twice as fast. What is the one moment in your life that you’d like to relive? I would love to relive the UConn game from last year in the NCAA Tournament. I think we had a lot more to show the world than what we did. Who is the most famous person you’ve met? Where did it occur? Michael Phelps at the US Olympic training facilities in Colorado. What has impressed you the most about Coach Patterson and her staff? Their sincerity and compassion for the team and their 24/7 work ethic.

PCT 3PT-A .413 65-171 .429 88-236 .354 80-257 .397 233-664

PCT .380 .373 .311 .351

FTM-FTA 65-77 52-85 72-95 189-257

PCT .844 .612 .758 .735

O-D-T 53-132-185 55-130-185 52-159-211 160-421-581

AVG 5.8 5.8 6.2 5.9

PF-D 61-1 41-0 49-0 151-1

A 80 84 77 241

TO 98 113 114 325

BLK 2 2 4 8

ST 22 38 38 98

PTS-AVG 388-12.1 514-16.1 476-14.0 1378-14.1


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JUNIOR (2011-12) 2011-12 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 45, twice Points 29, twice Field Goals 9, three times Field Goals Attempted 22, at Baylor (1/21/12) 3-pt. Field Goals 8, vs. Northwestern (12/19/11) 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted 14, twice Free Throws 6, four times Free Throws Attempted 11, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) Rebounds 11, vs. Purdue (11/25/11) Assists 6, vs. Iowa State (3/8/12) Blocks 1, four times Steals 4, vs. North Dakota State (12/18/11) Started all 34 games… Played a school record 1,247 minutes... Finished second on the team and eighth in the Big 12 in scoring (14.0)... Led the team and ranked 14th in the Big 12 in rebounding (6.2)... Led the Big 12 and ranked 50th in the nation in 3-point field goals per game (2.4)... Ranked 12th in the Big 12 in defensive rebounds per game (4.7)... Ranked second in the Big 12 in minutes played (36.7 mpg)... Became the 37th player in school history to record 1,000 points in her career with 17 points against Wichita State (12/7)... One of two players in the Big 12 and one of 15 guards in the nation in 2011-12 to record 400+ points, 200+ rebounds and 70+ assists... Became the 12th player in school history to notch consecutive seasons of 400 or more points… Became second player in school history with two or more seasons with 80 or more connections from beyond the arc... Scored in double figures in 27 games including six games with 20 or more points… Tallied three double-doubles… Carded a season-high 29 points on a career-best 8-of-14 shooting from beyond the arc against Northwestern (12/19)... Became the fifth player in school history to make 8 or more 3-point field goals in a game and tied for the third-most 3-point field goals made in a game in school history… Tied season-high with 29 points, including five 3-point field goals, and haul in 10 rebounds at Oklahoma State (1/28)… Scored a game-high 21 points against Texas A&M (1/4)... Registered 23 points, eight rebounds and four

assists at Kansas (1/7)... Tallied 25 points on 8-of-20 shooting, including 6-of-12 from beyond the 3-point line against Missouri State (11/18)... Also pulled in seven rebounds against the Lady Bears... Registered 23 points, six rebounds and three assists against Iowa (12/3)… Carded 17 points, six rebounds, two assists and two steals in 39 minutes at Texas (2/1)… Also recorded 15 points and nine rebounds against the Longhorns (2/18).

SOPHOMORE (2010-11) Started all 32 games… Set new season career-highs in points (514), assists (84), three-point field goals made and attempted (88-of-236) and steals (38)... Led the team, ranked 10th in the Big 12 and 95th in the nation in scoring... Second on the team in rebounding... Led the Big 12 and ranked 26th in the nation in 3point field goals made per game (2.8) and 10th in the league and 71st in the nation in 3-point field goal percentage (.373)... Set the Big 12 record for 3-point field goals attempted by a sophomore (236) and ranks 8th in Big 12 history for 3-point field goals

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Dartmouth BYU Missouri State vs. Hofstra vs. Purdue Iowa Wichita State at South Dakota State vs. North Dakota State vs. Northwestern at UNLV at Marist Texas A&M at Kansas Missouri at Texas Tech Oklahoma at Baylor Iowa State at Oklahoma State at Texas Baylor at Texas A&M Kansas at Oklahoma Texas Oklahoma State at Missouri at Iowa State Texas Tech vs. Iowa State vs. Baylor vs. Princeton vs. Connecticut

Date 11/12 11/16 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/29 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/17 3/19

GS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Min 12 39 39 39 44 45 31 36 27 40 34 40 45 40 32 40 40 28 35 37 40 34 31 40 39 39 35 44 32 39 38 37 39 37

FG 0-6 3-14 8-20 4-19 4-12 7-17 6-13 7-17 4-12 9-18 5-14 5-14 9-18 7-13 5-13 4-9 2-11 6-22 3-5 9-19 8-18 3-11 3-15 1-10 6-12 6-18 3-10 2-11 1-7 4-10 4-9 7-17 3-7 4-16

3FG 0-4 1-6 6-12 1-9 2-6 3-10 3-7 4-9 2-8 8-14 1-6 3-8 2-9 5-7 4-7 3-7 2-9 2-12 0-2 5-14 1-6 2-8 2-7 1-4 4-8 2-11 2-6 1-5 0-3 3-8 0-3 2-9 0-1 3-12

FT 1-2 6-7 3-5 0-1 0-0 6-11 2-2 2-2 6-9 3-4 0-0 2-4 1-4 4-4 0-0 4-4 4-4 2-2 0-0 6-6 0-0 2-2 3-3 4-4 1-3 1-1 2-2 1-2 2-2 0-0 4-5 2-2 0-0 0-0

O-D-T 1-3-4 2-2-4 3-4-7 1-4-5 5-6-11 0-6-6 2-6-8 1-3-4 1-4-5 1-6-7 3-4-7 0-6-6 0-2-2 0-8-8 1-5-6 1-9-10 1-4-5 4-2-6 1-7-8 2-8-10 1-5-6 2-2-4 2-1-3 0-2-2 3-3-6 0-9-9 2-6-8 1-3-4 1-7-8 2-6-8 2-6-8 2-6-8 1-1-2 3-3-6

PF 1 0 1 1 2 2 2 3 0 0 2 1 2 2 3 3 1 2 3 0 4 1 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0

A 1 4 2 1 3 3 0 1 5 3 1 3 1 4 1 3 2 1 0 1 1 1 3 4 0 2 4 2 3 5 6 4 2 0

TO 4 1 2 5 1 4 2 5 2 5 3 2 3 2 3 4 6 3 4 2 2 2 5 3 9 3 0 2 6 6 3 3 2 5

Bk 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

St 1 1 2 1 2 0 3 1 4 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 2

Pts 1 13 25 9 10 23 17 18 16 29 11 15 21 23 14 15 10 16 6 29 17 10 11 7 17 15 10 6 4 11 12 18 6 11

Career Honors #awardwinner • • • • • • • •

Two-time All-Big 12 First Team by league’s coaches Identified by the Lieberman Award as a 2012 “Player Making the Buzz” Two-time Academic All-Big 12 first team 2010-11 Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District VII third team Three-time Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Week recipient 2010 Waco Tribune All-Big 12 Freshman Team Big 12 Freshman of the Week (Dec. 7, 2009) Six-time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection

Career Records & Rankings #careermilestones • • • • •

Ninth player in school history and the fifth guard with 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 200 assists - #diversegame 10th in school history for career points with 1,378 - #consistentscorer 16th in school history for career rebounds with 581 - #cleaningtheglass 17th in school history for career assists with 241 Fourth on the K-State career list (233) and the fifth player in school history with 200 career 3-point field goals made #longrange

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CHAMBERS | 2 pulled in eight rebounds and recorded two steals against the Tigers... Notched 19 points on 7-of-14 shooting and also added four rebounds, three assists and a steal at Iowa State (2/13)... Set a school record for points scored in a true road contest and for points scored at Nebraska (2/19) with 32 points on a career-best 13-of-18 shooting, including 6-of-10 from beyond the arc... Also hauled in seven rebounds and dished out three assists against the Huskers... Recorded a career night in an upset of No. 5 Texas A&M (3/2) with a career-best 35 points on 11-of-19 shooting, which included a career-high 7-of-12 effort from beyond the arc... Was also 6-of-8 from the foul line and dished out four assists against the Aggies... Displayed an all-around effort in the regular season finale at Kansas (3/5) with nine points, nine rebounds, three assists and three steals... Notched 20 points, seven rebounds and three assists against Iowa State (3/9)... Carded her third double-double of the season with 18 points and 12 rebounds against Purdue (3/20) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

FRESHMAN (2009-10)

attempted in a season... Tied for 7th in Big 12 history for 3-point field goals made in a season (88)... Ranks 10th in Big 12 history for 3-point field goals made per game in a season (2.75)... One of two players in the Big 12 to record 500+ points, 180+ rebounds and 80+ assists and the only sophomore guard in NCAA Division I to achieve the feat... Scored in double figures in 25 games, including 10 efforts of 20 or more points and two games with 30 or more points... Had 17 games with five or more rebounds, including five in double figures... Notched 23 games with two or more 3-point field goals made and 11 efforts with four or more connections from beyond the arc... Tallied 21 points, seven rebounds and six assists against Grambling State (11/12)... Notched 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists against Indiana State (11/17)... First Wildcat since Kendra Wecker 58

in 2004-05 to score 20 or more points in two of the first three games of a season... Carded 18 points, two rebounds, three assists and two steals against South Dakota State (11/30)... Surpassed the 500-point barrier for her career with 20 points at Iowa (12/5)... Registered 26 points, which included six 3-point field goals, a season-high 13 rebounds and five assists at Dartmouth (12/29)... Set the Blue Sky Classic two-game record for 3-point field goals with nine... Tallied 26 points on 10-of-15 shooting, including 5-of-8 from beyond the arc against Nebraska (1/22)... Also pulled in 11 rebounds and dished out four assists against the Huskers... Recorded 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting and was 5-of-7 from the foul line at Colorado (1/26)... Set a school record for points scored at Missouri (2/5) with 27 points on 11-of-19 shooting, including 5-of-11 from beyond the arc... Also

Named to the Waco Tribune Herald All-Big 12 freshman team… Earned Big 12 Freshman of the Week honors on Dec. 7, 2009… Appeared in all 32 games and started 28 games, including the final 27 games of the season… Averaged 31.0 minutes per game... Was the only freshman in the Big 12 to achieve the combination of 350+ points, 180+ rebounds and 80+ assists… Finished second on the team and 20th in the Big 12 with a 12.1 points per game average (388 total points), which was the highest points per game average by a K-State freshman since the 2001-02 season… Her 388 total points were the fourth-highest in school history by a freshman and the most since the 2001-02 season… Scored in doubles figures in 22 of 32 games, including seven straight from Feb. 13-March 11… Registered a field goal percentage of .413 (129-of-312)… Tallied a team-leading 5.8 rebounds per game (185 total rebounds) and is the first freshman to lead the Wildcats in rebounding since 2005-06… Ranked 19th in the Big 12 for rebounding in all games and tied for 12th in rebounding (6.6 rpg; 106) for Big 12 contests… Only Wildcat to grab 100+ rebounds in Big 12 action... Carded 18 games with five or more rebounds and three games with 10 or more, including a career-high 14 at Colorado (3/3/10)… In her final 21 games, she averaged 6.9 rebounds per game… Led the team in defensive rebounds per game (4.1) and ranked 10th in the Big 12 for defensive rebounds in Big 12 contests with 4.8 per game… Finished second on the team with 2.5 assists per contest (80 assists) and ranked 13th in Big 12 with 2.7 assists in league contests… Led the Wildcats in three-point field goals made (65) and attempted (171) and was second on the team and eighth in the Big 12 in three-point field goal percentage (.380)… Her 65 made three-point field goals were the third-highest by a freshman in school history… Made a three-point field goal in 28 of 32 games, including 13 straight from Nov. 16, 2009 – Jan. 2, 2010… Made three or more 3-point field goals in 12 games, including a career-high five against Hawaii… At Creighton (11/23/09), Chambers tallied a perfect 4-of-4 from beyond the three-point line and tie the school record for threepoint field goal percentage in a game… Finished her debut season by leading the team in free throw percentage and recording the eighth-highest free throw percentage for a season in school history (.844, 65-of-77)… Was 27-of-29 (.931) from the foul line in Big 12 contests... Registered her career-high of 20 points twice, against Arkansas State (11/16/09) and against Hawaii in Las Vegas (12/19/09)… Against Arkansas State, Chambers tallied her 20 points on 6-of-9 shooting, including 4-of-6 from beyond the arc… Against Hawaii in the Duel in the Desert, she was 5-of9 from beyond the three-point line and 5-of-6 from the charity stripe… Named to Duel in the Desert All-Tournament team after averaging 15.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists… During the Duel in the Desert, she tallied 17 points, six rebounds and four assists against VCU (12/20/09) and eight points, nine rebounds and six assists against UTSA (12/21/09)… Named to Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic All-Tournament team after averaging 17.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 0.5 steals… Notched first career double-double with 13 points and a career-high 14


CHAMBERS | 2 rebounds, including six offensive boards, at Colorado (3/3/10)… Reached her Big 12 high of 18 points twice, at Missouri (1/13/10) and at Nebraska (1/23/10)… At Missouri, she was 7-of-10 from the field, including 3-of-3 from the three-point line… At Nebraska, she was 6-of-10 from the field including 4-of-7 from the three-point line… She also hauled in eight rebounds against the Cornhuskers… Carded 17 points and nine rebounds at Texas A&M (2/13/10)… Scored 16 points and pulled in seven rebounds against Colorado (1/20/10)… Registered eight points and 10 rebounds against Nebraska in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Championships (3/12/10).

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Two-time All-State selection (2008 and 2009)… Associated Press Minnesota All-State first team… Three-time All-State Tournament team selection (2007, 2008 and 2009)… 2008-09 Minnesota Class 2A Girls Basketball Player of the Year…2009 McDonald’s All-American nominee…Minnesota Ms. Basketball nominee… Named to the 2008-09 gPrep All-State first team…Garnered first team All-Metro honors... Four-time AllMinnesota River Conference (MRC) selection… Two-time MRC Player of the Year (2007 and 2009)… Selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves as a “fab 5” player in the state of Minnesota… Two-time KARE 11 Player of the Week… Finished basketball career at Jordan High as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,828 career points… Averaged 23.0 points and 7.9 rebounds, 5.1 assists (158 assists) and 3.7 steals (116 steals) during her senior season…Registered 23.9 points and 8.3 rebounds during her junior season… Notched an average of 23.5 points and 8.7 rebounds in her sophomore year… In her freshman season with the Jaguars, she averaged 15.9 points and 5.9 rebounds… Scored a Minnesota high school tournament record 47 points against Crookston High in the semifinals of the Class 2A state tournament in 2008… Four-time All-State and Minnesota State Tournament team selection in volleyball… Named a 2008 AllAmerican by Prep Volleyball… 2007 Sophomore National Player of the Year by Prep Volleyball… Was a 2008 Gatorade Player of the Year nominee for volleyball… Named the Minnesota Class 2A Girls Volleyball Player of the Year... Four-time All-State selection in volleyball… Four-time All-State Tournament team honoree… 2008 Star Tribune All-Metro first team selection… Four-time AllMRC selection… Four-time MRC Player of the Year selection in volleyball… Finished career ranked second in Minnesota high school volleyball history for career and single-season kills… Led Jordan High to a pair of Class 2A state titles in 2006 and 2008.

PERSONAL Born April 3, 1991 in Crosby, Minn... Daughter of Lance and Colleen Chambers… Has two younger sisters: Kelsey and Alexis… Father played baseball and football at Bemidji State and was a prospect in the Minnesota Twins minor league system… Mother played basketball at Brainerd Community College and coached Brittany in volleyball at Jordan High… National Honor Society selection… Major is life sciences.

CHAMBERS’ CAREER BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA 2009-10 16-16 546 64-174 2010-11 16-16 608 100-214 2011-12 18-18 670 82-232 TOTAL 50-50 1804 246-620

PCT 3PT-A .368 30-93 .467 46-115 .353 41-133 .397 117-341

PCT .323 .400 .308 .343

FTM-FTA 27-29 23-42 37-43 87-114

PCT O-D-T .931 30-76-106 .548 21-72-93 .860 24-89-113 .763 75-237-312

AVG 6.6 5.8 6.3 6.2

PF-D 29-1 25-0 33-0 87-1

A 43 39 38 120

TO 49 58 65 172

BLK 2 1 2 5

ST 13 21 16 50

PTS-AVG 185-11.6 269-16.8 242-13.4 696-13.9

CHAMBERS’ CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA Big 12 6-6 215 27-75 NCAA 3-3 113 14-43 TOTALS 9-9 328 41-118

PCT .360 .326 .347

PCT .211 .280 .238

FTM-FTA 13-18 0-0 13-18

PCT .722 .000 .722

AVG 7.0 6.7 6.9

PF-D 7-0 2-0 9-0

A 19 2 21

TO 23 10 33

BLK 0 0 0

ST 4 2 6

PTS-AVG 75-12.5 35-11.7 110-12.2

3PT-A 8-38 7-25 15-63

O-D-T 11-31-42 11-9-20 22-40-62

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WHITE | 22

22 | MARIAH WHITE G | 5-7 | Sr. - 3L Midwest City, Okla. (Midwest City HS)

WHITE’S TROPHY CASE

What do you want to be doing in 10 years? Coaching at a college or university and, hopefully in the process, building a family.

• Named Big 12 co-Player of the Week on Nov. 15 • 2010 Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic All-Tournament Team

CAREER • Ranks eighth in school history for career assists with 325 • Ranks third in school history for career assist-to-turnover ratio (1.68).

What is the best advice your parents ever gave you? When you get knocked down, don’t stay there.

CAREER HIGHS Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

48, at Texas Tech (1/15/11) 23, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 9, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 11, twice 5, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 7, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 8, vs. St. John’s (11/13/10) 11, vs. St. John’s (11/13/10) 10, twice 11, vs. Texas A&M (1/4/12) 2, three times 5, vs. Western Illinois (11/21/10)

MISCELLANEOUS CAREER STATS Double-Figure Scoring Games 20+ Point Scoring Games Double-Figure Rebounding Games Double-Figure Assist Games Double-Doubles 5+ Rebound Games 5+ Assist Games 2+ Steal Games 2+ Block Games 2+ Made 3-Pt. FGs

9 1 2 1 1 34 27 37 3 4

THE WHITE FILE What are two of the funniest things you did as a kid? 1. Eat sand 2. Make my sister put beads in her nose. If you study abroad, where would you go and what would you study? I would go to Italy to study the art. Describe a life-changing moment you’ve experienced. Coming to college.

WHITE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS 2009-10 31-1 2010-11 32-32 2011-12 34-34 TOTAL 97-67 60

What is your favorite part of a K-State women’s basketball game day? Going around the gym after the game and shaking the hands of our fans.

MIN-AVG. 338-10.9 932-29.1 1148-33.8 2418-24.9

FGM-FGA 16-63 53-128 62-163 131-354

PCT .254 .414 .380 .370

I chose to play basketball at K-State because... I wanted to be challenged by the coaches and also learn from one of the greatest point guards ever. What is your favorite road trip memory? My favorite road trip memory is when we went to Las Vegas my freshman year and Branshea Brown and I road the roller coaster in our hotel six or seven times.

JUNIOR (2011-12) 2011-12 SEASON HIGHS Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

41, vs. Purdue (11/25/11) 23, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 9, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 11, twice 5, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 7, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 6, vs. Texas A&M (1/4/12) 7, vs. Texas A&M (1/4/12) 10, twice 11, vs. Texas A&M (1/4/12) 2, at UNLV (12/20/11) 4, five times

Played in and started all 34 games… Played a career-high 1,148 minutes… Set new career-highs for points (180, 5.3 ppg), rebounds (156, 4.6 rpg), assists (163, 4.8 apg), steals (69), field goals made and attempted (62-of-163) and three-point field goals made and attempted (18-of-56)… Led the team in assists and steals… Ranked fourth in the Big 12 and 41st in the nation for assists per game... Ranked third in the Big 12 and 24th in the nation in assist to turnover ratio (1.92)... Assist to turnover ratio ranks seventh-best in school history… Ranked seventh in the Big 12 in steals per game (2.0)... Ranked seventh in the Big 12 in minutes played (33.8 mpg)... Her 163 assists rank eighth in school history for assists in a season... Most assists by a Wildcat

3PT-A 1-6 3-8 18-56 22-70

PCT .167 .375 .321 .314

FTM-FTA 8-13 43-63 38-54 89-130

PCT O-D-T AVG .615 19-37-56 1.8 .683 34-98-132 4.1 .704 33-123-156 4.6 .685 86-258-344 3.5

PF-D 37-1 82-2 87-3 206-6

A 36 126 163 325

TO 35 73 85 193

BLK 4 13 11 28

ST 11 49 69 129

PTS-AVG 41-1.3 152-4.8 180-5.3 373-3.8


WHITE | 22 since the 2008-09 season... Her 69 steals were the most by a Wildcat since the 2007-08 season and were the third most in the Deb Patterson era... Registered six points, seven rebounds and eight assists against Hofstra (11/24)... Carded seven points, seven assists, two steals and a blocked shot against Iowa (12/3)... Registered 10 points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals at South Dakota State (12/4)... Set new career-highs with 10 rebounds and two blocks at UNLV (12/20)... Dished out eight assists at Marist (12/29)... Also added five rebounds and tied her season-high with four steals against the Red Foxes... Notched a career-high 11 assists to go with a season-high 12 points, including the game-winning layup in overtime, for her first career double-double against Texas A&M (1/4)... Also added five rebounds, three steals and a blocked shot to her final stat line against the Aggies... Had a career-night against Missouri with a career-best of 23 points on 9-of-11 shooting including 5-of-7 from beyond the arc against Missouri (1/11)... Entered the game against the Tigers with 4 career 3-point field goals made... Tallied six points, including the decisive 3-pointer, seven rebounds and seven assists against Oklahoma State (2/22)… Carded nine points, five assists, two rebounds and a steal against Princeton (3/17) in KState’s NCAA Tournament first round win.

SOPHOMORE (2010-11) Started all 32 games... Reset her season career-highs in every statistical category this season... Led the team in assists and steals... Fifth on the squad in rebounds... Ranks ninth in the Big 12 and 136th in the nation in assists and ranks fourth in the Big 12 and 47th in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.73)... Tallied three points, six assists, six rebounds and a blocked shot against Grambling State (11/12)... Helped propel K-State to an upset of St. John’s (11/13) with a career-high 17 points and nine rebounds... All points came in the second half and was boosted by a career-high 8-of-11 performance from the free throw line in the final five minutes of the game... Made as many free throws in one game (8) as she did in 31 games played last season... Has made two 3-point field goals this season, which is more than she made in the first 31 games of her career (1)... Carded seven points, three rebounds, three assists, a career-high three steals and a blocked shot against Indiana State (11/17)... Touched every stat category against Western Illinois (11/21) with six points, a teamleading seven rebounds, a team-leading four assists, a careerhigh five steals and a blocked shot... Registered two points, seven rebounds, four assists, two steals and a blocked shot at College of Charleston (11/27)... Recorded a career-high eight assists at Iowa (12/5)... Added five rebounds and two steals against the Hawkeyes... Registered four points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals against UC Davis (12/12)... Recorded six assists, five rebounds, two points, a block and a steal at Dartmouth (12/29)... Tallied six assists, five rebounds and two points against Oklahoma State (1/9)... Registered nine points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals at Oklahoma (1/12)... Recorded 12 points, six rebounds, six assists and three steals in a career-high 48 minutes at Texas Tech (1/15)... Tallied six assists, four steals, three points and a blocked shot against Nebraska (1/22)... Carded 10 points, four assists, three rebounds, a steal and a blocked shot against Kansas (1/29)... Recorded eight points, five rebounds and two assists against Texas (2/9)... Displayed an all-around game with four points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals against Colorado (2/16)... Recorded a strong season finale at Kansas (3/5) with 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting, four rebounds, three assists and a pair of blocks... Displayed an all-around game with six points, five assists, three rebounds and two blocks against Iowa State (3/9)... Carded seven points, four assists, two rebounds and a steal against Baylor (3/11).

FRESHMAN (2009-10) Fall 2009 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient… Appeared in 31 contests, including one start at BYU (11/27/09)… Played 10.9 minutes per game… Registered 1.3 points per game (41 total points), 1.8 rebounds (56 total rebounds), and 1.2 assists (36 assists)… Had four games with five or more rebounds… Carded five games with three or more assists… 61


WHITE | 22 Scored a career-high nine points on a career-high 4-of-5 shooting against Washington State (11/20/09)... Dished out a career-high five assists against Colorado (1/20/10)... Pulled in a career-high six rebounds at Creighton (11/23/09).

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER KTRX Springfield All-Tourney Team… Oklahoma All-Star Game… 2008-09 Mid-State Conference Defensive Player of the Year… Three-time All-Mid-State Conference selection, two first team honors and a second team honor… 2009 Oklahoma 6A State Tournament first team selection… 2009 Big All-City first team recipient… 2009 Oklahoma Basketball Girls Coaches Association (OBGCA) All-State team member… 2009 Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State team… 2009 Tulsa World All-State second team honoree… super 5 Oklahoma All-State second team selection… Finished senior season at Midwest City High by averaging 7.7 points, 4.1 assists, 3.7 rebounds and 2.7 steals... Junior season cut short in January by an ACL injury… Registered career averages of 8.4 points, 5.1 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 2.5 steals… Helped the AAU team of Oklahoma Select capture two AAU national titles.

PERSONAL Born on April 3, 1991… Daughter of Trevor and Toni White… Has two siblings: Derrick (20) and Adrianna (14)… Derrick was recruited by Kansas to play basketball, but was diagnosed with heart disease and was forced to quit the game… Major is family studies and human services.

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Dartmouth BYU Missouri State vs. Hofstra vs. Purdue Iowa Wichita State at South Dakota State vs. North Dakota State vs. Northwestern at UNLV at Marist Texas A&M at Kansas Missouri at Texas Tech Oklahoma at Baylor Iowa State at Oklahoma State at Texas Baylor at Texas A&M Kansas at Oklahoma Texas Oklahoma State at Missouri at Iowa State Texas Tech vs. Iowa State vs. Baylor vs. Princeton vs. Connecticut

Date 11/12 11/16 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/29 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/17 3/19

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Min 18 36 25 37 41 39 26 34 22 37 38 39 36 36 30 38 36 31 31 35 37 28 27 38 31 30 38 42 31 36 36 38 38 33

FG 0-1 5-11 1-4 3-5 1-4 3-7 1-3 4-5 0-2 3-5 1-5 3-6 3-6 0-6 9-11 1-5 2-7 2-4 2-8 1-3 1-5 4-6 0-4 1-5 0-4 2-4 2-5 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-4 2-4 1-3 0-2

3FG 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 5-7 0-2 1-4 0-1 2-4 1-2 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-2 0-1 1-2 2-4 0-1 0-1 1-3 1-3 1-1 1-2 0-2

FT 0-0 1-1 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-1 1-2 0-2 6-7 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 4-4 0-0 4-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 6-7 0-1

O-D-T 0-1-1 1-3-4 0-2-2 1-6-7 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-4-5 1-3-4 1-3-4 2-4-6 2-8-10 1-4-5 1-4-5 1-5-6 1-3-4 0-4-4 2-1-3 2-1-3 0-2-2 1-6-7 0-5-5 3-2-5 0-3-3 1-2-3 1-5-6 2-8-10 0-7-7 3-5-8 1-2-3 0-5-5 1-5-6 2-3-5 0-2-2 0-3-3

PF 3 1 4 5 3 3 1 3 2 3 4 2 3 2 0 2 2 0 2 3 4 3 2 1 4 4 1 5 2 5 2 3 2 1

A 1 5 3 8 2 7 4 4 5 4 2 8 11 2 8 5 9 3 5 6 5 4 2 6 5 8 7 6 1 4 4 3 5 1

TO 2 4 4 3 5 1 1 1 0 2 1 4 2 4 1 3 3 2 1 3 2 4 5 1 7 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 2 2

Bk 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

St 0 2 2 2 4 2 3 2 1 0 3 4 3 4 1 4 3 2 2 1 4 2 1 4 2 2 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 2

Pts 0 11 5 6 2 7 2 10 2 6 3 6 12 0 23 3 5 4 7 5 6 10 4 4 0 5 6 2 2 3 3 7 9 0

WHITE’S CAREER BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA 2009-10 16-0 149 4-20 2010-11 16-16 496 31-64 2011-12 18-18 611 33-92 TOTAL 50-34 1236 68-176

PCT .200 .484 .359 .386

3PT-A 0-2 0-0 15-37 15-39

PCT .000 .000 .405 .385

FTM-FTA 2-4 25-33 20-28 47-65

PCT O-D-T .500 9-16-25 .758 21-37-58 .714 19-70-89 .723 49-123-172

AVG 1.6 3.6 4.9 3.4

PF-D 21-1 38-2 45-2 104-5

A 18 56 97 171

TO 16 40 50 106

BLK 3 5 4 12

ST 4 24 40 68

PTS-AVG 10-0.6 87-5.4 101-5.6 198-4.0

WHITE’S CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA Big 12 6-4 165 11-29 NCAA 3-3 105 1-9 TOTALS 9-7 270 12-38

PCT .379 .111 .316

3PT-A 3-5 1-4 4-9

PCT .600 .250 .444

FTM-FTA 2-2 6-8 8-10

PCT 1.000 .750 .800

AVG 3.2 2.7 3.0

PF-D 12-0 6-0 18-0

A 17 10 27

TO 8 6 14

BLK 2 1 3

ST 2 4 6

PTS-AVG 27-4.5 9-3.0 36-4.0

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O-D-T 5-14-19 3-5-8 8-19-27


CARON | 11

11 | CHANTAY CARON F | 5-11 | Jr. - 2L Lawrence, Kan. (Free State HS)

CARON’S TROPHY CASE

SOPHOMORE (2011-12) 2011-12 SEASON HIGHS

• Named to the Fall 2010 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

CAREER HIGHS Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

27, twice 13, at Dartmouth (12/29/10) 6, at Dartmouth (12/29/10) 11, at Dartmouth (12/29/10) 2, at Texas (2/1/12) 3, three times 5, at UTSA (12/20/10) 7, at UTSA (12/20/10) 9, at Dartmouth (12/29/10) 3, three times 2, twice 2, six times

MISCELLANEOUS CAREER STATS Double-Figure Scoring Games 5+ Rebounding Games 2+ Steal Games 2+ Block Games 2+ 3-Pt. FGs Made

1 4 6 2 1

THE CARON FILE What is your dream job and why? To be a second grade teacher or to be a special education teacher. I just love kids. Who do you admire the most in your life and why? My mom. She raise me alone and works her butt off all the time. What is it like running out of the tunnel in Bramlage Coliseum? What did it feel like the very first time? It is awesome. The first time I was worried about falling or tripping. Who would you trade places with for one day and why? Michael Phelps because he is awesome and I love to swim. If you could tell K-State women’s basketball fans one thing they can expect when they watch you play what would it be? I will work my hardest every time I get on the court. Describe yourself in three words. 1. Colorful 2. Outgoing 3. Athletic CARON’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS 2010-11 28-11 2011-12 34-0 TOTAL 62-11

MIN-AVG. 318-11.4 453-13.3 771-12.4

FGM-FGA 30-72 39-103 69-175

PCT .417 .379 .394

Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

27, at UNLV (12/20/11) 9, twice 4, twice 9, at UNLV (12/20/11) 2, at Texas (2/1/12) 3, three times 2, twice 2, three times 4, seven times 3, vs. Missouri State (11/18/11) 2, twice 2, four times

Played in all 34 games with 453 minutes of action on the floor… Finished with career highs in points (100, 2.9 ppg), rebounds (61, 1.8 rpg), assists (21), blocks (8), steals (16), field goals made and attempted (39-of-103) and 3-point field goals made and attempted (12-of-44)… Saw 19 minutes of action off the bench against Dartmouth (11/12)... Carded seven points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals against the Big Green... Provided 10 valuable minutes off the bench against BYU (11/16) with eight points... Tallied a career-high two blocks and added five rebounds and three points against Wichita State (12/7)... Recorded a season-high nine points against North Dakota State (12/18)... Tied her career-high with a pair of blocks at UNLV (12/20)... Connected on a career-high two 3-point field goals at Texas (2/1) to finish with six points off the bench... Tied her season-high with nine points on four made field goals at Oklahoma (2/15) in 13 minutes off the bench… Scored six points on 3-of-3 shooting against Texas Tech (3/3)… Knocked down a three-point field goal against Princeton (3/17) in the NCAA Tournament.

FRESHMAN (2010-11) Played in 28 games, making 11 starts... Made career debut a memorable one against Grambling State (11/12) with nine points and five rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench... Most rebounds by a K-State freshman in a career debut since Ashley Sweat pulled in eight against Wisconsin-Green Bay on Nov. 10, 2006... Notched two points in eight minutes off the bench against St. John’s (11/13)... Carded seven points and seven rebounds, including four offensive boards, against Indiana State (11/17)... Tallied three points and two rebounds against Western Illinois (11/21)... Registered five points, two rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot at College of Charleston (11/27)... Registered six points, including her first career 3-point field goal, two rebounds and a career-high three assists against North Dakota (12/8)... Scored two points and pulled in three rebounds against UC Davis

3PT-A 3-10 12-44 15-54

PCT .300 .273 .278

FTM-FTA 18-28 10-19 28-47

PCT O-D-T .643 27-26-53 .526 27-34-61 .596 54-60-114

AVG 1.9 1.8 1.8

PF-D 23-0 36-0 59-0

A 15 21 36

TO 16 18 34

BLK 3 8 11

ST 10 16 26

PTS-AVG 81-2.9 100-2.9 181-2.9 63


CARON | 11 (12/12)... Recorded seven points which included a career-high 5of-7 from the foul line at UTSA (12/20)... Carded five points and two rebounds against Middle Tennessee State (12/21/10)... Made first career start at Dartmouth (12/29) and responded with career-highs of 13 points and nine rebounds... Tallied six points, two rebounds and an assist at Texas Tech (1/15)... Came off the bench to play a career-high 27 minutes and record three points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals against Texas A&M (3/2).

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER 2010 All-Sunflower League first team… 2010 All-Area Player of the Year… 2010 All-Area first team… 2010 Class 6A All-State first team by the Topeka Capital-Journal… 2010 Class 6A AllState second team by the Wichita Eagle… 2010 Firebird Classic All-Tournament Team and Most Valuable Player… 2010 Bonner Springs Metro Classic All-Tournament Team… Participated in the Hy-Vee/Pepsi All-Star Challenge presented by the GKCBCA… Set the school record for points in a career (827) and career field goals made (291)… Registered a school record 88 free throws made in 2010… 2009-10 Sporting News High School AllAmerican honorable mention selection…2010 McDonald’s AllAmerican nominee and is a four-time All-State honorable mention recipient… 2010 All-Sunflower League first team honoree… Three-time All-Area first team honors from the Lawrence Journal World… Carded 14.6 points, 6.6 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.5 steals during her senior season… Averaged 14.3 points and 6.3 rebounds in her junior season and 9.4 points and 5.0 rebounds in her sophomore campaign... Played in the 2007 and 2008 Miss Basketball Showcase and was a two-time selection to the Miss Basketball All-American team... During her junior campaign at

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Dartmouth BYU Missouri State vs. Hofstra vs. Purdue Iowa Wichita State at South Dakota State vs. North Dakota State vs. Northwestern at UNLV at Marist Texas A&M at Kansas Missouri at Texas Tech Oklahoma at Baylor Iowa State at Oklahoma State at Texas Baylor at Texas A&M Kansas at Oklahoma Texas Oklahoma State at Missouri at Iowa State Texas Tech vs. Iowa State vs. Baylor vs. Princeton vs. Connecticut

Date 11/12 11/16 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/29 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/17 3/19

GS

Min 19 10 14 18 15 14 16 14 14 12 27 11 13 12 17 2 5 17 15 14 7 16 19 7 13 11 12 24 6 13 14 16 5 11

FG 3-6 3-4 1-1 1-5 0-2 1-3 1-2 1-3 4-5 0-2 3-9 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-4 0-0 0-1 1-5 1-3 2-4 2-4 0-4 1-4 0-1 4-6 2-3 0-3 1-5 0-1 3-3 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-0

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

Free State, established a school record for points (36) and field goals made (13) in a game… Also holds the school record for free throws made in a game with 12… In her first season with the

FT 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

O-D-T 2-2-4 1-0-1 2-1-3 3-1-4 1-2-3 2-2-4 3-2-5 1-3-4 2-2-4 0-1-1 1-3-4 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-3-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-2-3 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-3-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

PF 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 0 3 0 0 2 3 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 0

A 2 0 3 0 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0

TO 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

Bk 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

St 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 7 8 2 2 0 4 3 2 9 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 3 5 6 0 3 0 9 4 0 5 0 6 4 3 3 0

Firebirds in 2006-07, Caron averaged 11.6 points per game, including a high of 22. She also carded 9.3 rebounds per game… Teammates with Brianna Kulas and Taelor Karr on the Missouri Valley Eclipse AAU squad... Three-sport star, as she was an honorable mention All-State selection in volleyball… At the conclusion of her senior year, played in the 2009 Mo-Kan All-Star volleyball game and earned MVP honors... Led the Sunflower League and Great Kansas City Area in hitting percentage and blocks... Following her junior season, Caron registered first team All-Area honors from the Lawrence Journal World and was a first team AllSunflower League selection… Played in the Greater Kansas City Volleyball Coaches’ Association’s Mo-KAN All-Star game during the fall of 2009… Garnered 2008 All-Area Volleyball Player of the Year honors… Ran track and set the Lawrence Free State records for the 200- and 400-meter dashes... Started her high school basketball career at Ottawa High School and averaged 11.6 points and 9.8 rebounds... Earned All-Area first team honors from the Ottawa Herald... Also earned state track medalist honors at Ottawa in the 100, 200 and 400.

PERSONAL Born on Sept. 15, 1991... Daughter of Tina Caron and father figure Tim Gaines... Has five stepbrothers: Jehren, Jonathon, Kyle, Brewster and Cameron... Mother, Tina, played volleyball and ran track at Ottawa University... Stepbrother, Jonathon is the head men's basketball coach at Labette County Community College... Major is early childhood education.

CARON’S CAREER BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA 2010-11 12-8 131 5-17 2011-12 18-0 223 18-54 TOTAL 30-8 334 23-71

PCT .294 .333 .324

3PT-A 1-2 7-28 8-30

PCT .500 .250 .267

FTM-FTA 5-6 4-10 9-16

PCT .833 .400 .563

O-D-T 5-4-9 7-14-21 12-18-30

AVG 0.8 1.2 1.0

PF-D 5-0 22-0 27-0

A 4 7 11

TO 5 14 19

BLK 2 1 3

ST 4 8 12

PTS-AVG 16-1.3 47-2.6 63-2.1

CARON’S CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA Big 12 4-0 60 3-6 NCAA 3-1 29 2-6 TOTALS 7-1 89 5-12

PCT .500 .250 .417

3PT-A 1-2 1-3 2-5

PCT .500 .333 .400

FTM-FTA 2-2 0-0 2-2

PCT 1.000 .000 1.000

O-D-T 1-3-4 2-0-2 3-3-6

AVG 1.0 2.0 0.9

PF-D 4-0 0-0 4-0

A 2 1 3

TO 2 0 2

BLK 0 0 0

ST 2 0 2

PTS-AVG 9-2.3 5-1.7 14-2.0

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KNOLL | 21

21 | ASHLYNN KNOLL F | 5-11 | Jr. - TR Canyon, Texas (Seward County [Kan.] CC/ Happy HS)

THE KNOLL FILE Favorite movie quote. “With great power comes great responsibility.” - Peter Parker in Spiderman What is the funniest thing you did as a kid? I would jump back into the bath tub after my mom put me in my pajamas. What are you most proud of in your life? My brother. He is in the Marines. Who would you trade places with for one day and why? Angelina Jolie. She gets to fight crime in movies and make out with Brad Pitt all day.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER In senior season at Happy High in Happy, Texas, she registered 19 points, 8.3 rebounds and four steals per game… Named the 2010 6-man Player of the Year and a member of the 2010 Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-State squad… In her high school career with the Cowgirls, Knoll was a three-time All-State and All-District selection including first team honors in 2010… Knoll is also a solid student, earning Academic All-State honors twice and a member of the National Honor Society in her last three years.

PERSONAL Born on July 9, 1992… Daughter of Machelle and Jody Knoll… Has one brother, Jarron… Major is business administration.

Describe your perfect date... “That’s a tough one. I’d have to say April 25.” (Line from Miss Congeniality) - My real perfect date would probably be to go on a hike in the mountains and then making s’mores over a fire.

JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER Named a WBCA All-American recipient in 2011-12… Also earned 2011-12 NJCAA All-American honorable mention honors… Named to the Jayhawk All-Conference first team… Started 58 of a possible 61 games in her career at Seward County… Registered a combined 786 points (12.9 ppg) and 403 rebounds (6.6 rpg) during her two seasons… Also dished out 78 assists, picked up 101 steals and blocked 32 shots… Led the Lady Saints in scoring with 13.8 points and rebounding with 6.3 rebounds in 201112… Led the team in scoring 10 times… Was 30-of-97 (.309) from beyond the arc and 69-of-95 (.726) from the foul line in her sophomore season… Finished her freshman season in 2011 at Seward County as a WBCA All-American honorable mention recipient, a second team All-Region VI selection and was named to the Jayhawk West All-Conference first team… Led Lady Saints in scoring with 12.1 points and rebounding with 6.9 per game in first season… Finished the season by shooting 39 percent from the field, including 29-of-99 (.293) from beyond the arc.

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LEICK | 4

4 | KATYA LEICK F | 6-1 | R-Jr. - Tr. Grey Cloud Township, Minn. (Nebraska/Park HS)

LEICK’S TROPHY CASE

CAREER AT NEBRASKA

• Named to the Fall 2009 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Played in 40 career games with Huskers, starting nine during the 2010-11 season... Scored 172 career points (4.3 ppg), including 154 points last season... Hauled in 150 career rebounds (3.8 rpg) with a 136 boards coming in her sophomore season... Improved her three-point shooting by making a career-high 20-of-51 during her sophomore season... Dished out 34 assists during the 201011 season... Registered a career-high 17 points against South Florida (12/30/10)... Also hauled in eight boards against the Bulls... Pulled down a career-best 11 rebounds against Iowa State (1/26/11)... Had nine points and 10 rebounds against Louisville (12/20/10)... Carded 10 points and nine rebounds in a careerhigh 37 minutes against Texas Tech (1/29/11).

CAREER HIGHS (at Nebraska) Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

37, Texas Tech (1/29/11) 17, South Florida (12/30/10) 6, Northern Colorado (12/11/10) 12, South Florida (12/30/10) 3, Kansas State (2/19/11) 3, Four times 6, South Florida (12/30/10) 7, twice 11, Iowa State (1/26/11) 3, three times 1, Kansas (1/16/11) 2, twice

THE LEICK FILE If you could play one-on-one against a men’s basketball player at K-State who would it be and why? Rodney McGruder so I can beat him again. What has impressed you the most about Coach Patterson and her staff? How supportive they are. No matter what our coaches are always there for us and I really feel like that is hard to find. What is your favorite restaurant in Manhattan? What do you order? Taco Lucha and the fish tacos. What’s on your bucket list? 1. Go sky diving 2. Go to Australia 3. Travel the U.S., trying all the great restaurants 4. Learn to surf LEICK’S CAREER STATISTICS (Nebraska) YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. 2009-10 10-0 58-5.8 2010-11 30-9 634-21.1 TOTAL 40-9 692-17.3

FGM-FGA 4-18 55-162 59-180

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER 2009 AAU All-American... McDonald’s High School All-American nominee... An All-Minnesota Class 4A state selection following senior season at Park High School... Averaged 22.0 points, 8.8 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 2.5 steals... Played in the 2009 Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Series... Earned honorable mention All-Minnesota Class 4A honors after her junior season in 2008 from the Associated Press, St. Paul Pioneer Press and the Minnesota High School Coaches Association... Averaged 14.6 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.3 steals for the Wolfpack... Helped Park High to a 25-3 record and second straight Suburban East Conference title... Four-time letterwinner in volleyball and tallied a letter in track and field.

PERSONAL Born March 17, 1991… Daughter of Scott and Malia Leick… Has two younger sisters, Marissa and Kierra... Major is journalism and mass communications.

PCT .222 .340 .328

3PT-A 0-4 20-51 20-55

PCT .000 .392 .364

FTM-FTA 10-12 24-39 34-51

PCT O-D-T .833 7-7-14 .615 45-91-136 .667 52-98-150

AVG 1.4 4.5 3.8

PF-D 8-0 55-0 63-0

A 2 34 36

TO 9 53 62

BLK 0 0 0

ST 2 17 19

PTS-AVG 18-1.8 154-5.1 172-4.3

LEICK’S CAREER BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS (Nebraska) YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. FGM-FGA PCT 2009-10 2-0 12-6.0 2-4 .500 2010-11 16-6 362-22.6 22-78 .282 TOTALS 18-6 374-20.8 24-82 .293

3PT-A 0-0 8-22 8-22

PCT .000 .364 .364

FTM-FTA 3-4 14-21 17-25

PCT .750 .667 .680

O-D-T 1-1-2 25-44-69 26-45-71

AVG 1.0 4.3 3.9

PF-D 0-0 30-0 30-0

A 0 15 15

TO 1 23 24

BLK 0 1 1

ST 1 7 8

PTS-AVG 7-3.5 66-4.1 73-4.1

PCT .750

3PT-A 2-3

O-D-T 0-6-6

AVG 6.0

PF-D 2-0

A 1

TO 1

BLK 0

ST 1

PTS-AVG 8-8.0

.750

2-3

PCT FTM-FTA PCT .667 0-0 .000 DNP - Coach’s Decision .667 0-0 .000

0-6-6

6.0

2-0

1

1

0

1

8-8.0

LEICK’S CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS (Nebraska) YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. FGM-FGA Big 12 1-0 27-27.0 3-4 NCAA TOTALS 1-0 27-27.0 3-4 66


SPRESSER | 13

13 | KENDRA SPRESSER G | 5-5 | R-Jr. - TR Dresden, Kan. (Seward County [Kan.] CC/ Hoxie HS)

THE SPRESSER FILE If you could play one-on-one against a men’s basketball player at K-State who would it be and why? Adrian Diaz because he is so tall, I could just go between his legs to get around him to score. Why did you choose your major? What do you want to do with it when you “grow up”? So many people need help and I can help them through my degree in sociology. I want to work in a non-profit women’s/children’s shelter or counsel people. What is your favorite story about a teammate or yourself with your teammates? Telling scary stories after elite camp with the whole team and camp girls while a crazy thunderstorm was going on outside.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Played at Hoxie High School under coach Shelly Hoyt during her junior and senior seasons... Played for Golden Plains High School during her freshman and sophomore seasons... During four years of high school, she helped her teams to an 87-15 record... Averaged over 15 points, six rebounds, four assists and five steals per game... Averaged nearly 20 points per game, six rebounds six assists per contest in her senior season while helping Hoxie to a state berth in 2009... First Team All-State pick, a unanimous First Team All-League selection a and First Team All-Area honoree by the Hays Daily News, the Topeka Capital Journal and The Wichita Eagle... Three-time All-League pick and twice was chosen Second Team All-Area... Played in the KBCA All Star Game in Topeka in 2009... Four-time letter winner in both volleyball and track... Three-time First Team All-League selection and a Second Team (2008) and Third Team (2009) All-State recipient in volleyball... Two-time state champion on the track in the 4x800... Three-time member of the National Honor Society.

What was your favorite TV show growing up and why? Saved by the Bell - Zach Kelly, Screech, need I say more?

PERSONAL

What would you do if you were the last person on Earth? Go to Disneyland because I’d be the first person in line for every ride.

Born on May 28, 1991… Daughter of Dennis and Shawn Spresser… Has one younger brother, Kade, and two older sisters, Kelsey and Katie… Both Kelsey and Katie played basketball at Colby (Kan.) CC... Major is sociology.

What was your favorite TV show growing up and why? Saved by the Bell - Zach Kelly, Screech, need I say more?

JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER Played in the 2010 NJCAA All-Star event in Pensacola, Fla.... Saw action in 32 games with two starts and a total of 653 minutes (20.4 mpg) during the 2009-10 season... Helped the Lady Saints to a 31-3 overall record and a 15-1 record in the Jayhawk Conference... Helped the Lady Saints to a runner-up finish in the Region VI tournament... For the season, she averaged 9.2 points and 3.6 rebounds per game... Dished out 59 assists (1.8 apg)... Tallied 42 steals (1.3 spg)... Shot .375 from the field, including a three-point field goal percentage of .269 (43-of-160)... Carded a free throw percentage of .744 (32-of-43)... In conference action, she averaged 8.9 ppg and 3.4 rpg... Shot .433 from the field and .352 from the 3-point line during league action... Reached double figures in points 16 times, including a career-high of 23 against Colby... Registered one double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds against Clarendon... Missed the entire 2010-11 season after suffering a leg injury.

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BROWN | 10

10 | HEIDI BROWN G | 5-11 | So. - 1L Plains, Kan. (Southwestern HS)

CAREER HIGHS Minutes 7, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 2, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted 1, vs. North Dakota St. (12/18/11) Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds 2, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Assists Blocks Steals -

THE BROWN FILE What are two of the funniest things you did as a kid? I would dress up our cat in baby clothes and play with her like a doll.

FRESHMAN (2011-12) 2011-12 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 7, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 2, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted 1, vs. North Dakota St. (12/18/11) Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds 2, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Assists Blocks Steals Saw action in five games with 15 minutes of playing time… Made her career debut against Dartmouth (11/12)... Played seven minutes and pulled in two rebounds against the Big Green.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Who is your celebrity crush and why? Liam Hemsworth because we would make a great couple. Favorite K-State athlete (not women’s basketball) and why? Collin Klein because he cares about his teammates more than himself. What is one of your favorite scriptures? Isaiah 40:31 - But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like angels; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. What is your favorite part of a K-State women’s basketball game day? Getting to put that jersey on and playing with girls who have passion for the game. What has impressed you the most about Coach Patterson and her staff? All of them care about each other and each of us as if we were their own family. They know how to make us tough and to have a good time. They teach us to become better people on and off the court. What is your hometown like? Small town that does not even have a stoplight. We have to drive 30 minutes for groceries. I loved growing up there because everyone knew everyone and they always supported each other.

BROWN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. 2011-12 5-0 15-3.0 TOTAL 5-0 15-3.0 68

FGM-FGA 0-3 0-3

PCT .000 .000

2011 All-Class 3A second team selection by the Topeka CapitalJournal… A three-time Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA) All-State selection… Invited to play in the KBCA All-Star game… Named to the 2011 Hutchinson News All-Area team… 2011 McDonald’s All-American nominee… Three-time unanimous All-High-Plains League first team selection… Helped Southwestern Heights to an 83-8 record and four High Plains League titles during her four-year career… Scored 1,040 points on a career .511 field goal percentage and a .807 free throw percentage in her four-year career… During her senior season, averaged 19.4 points while shooting .482 from the three-point line, 7.2 rebounds, 6.4 assists and 4.2 steals per game… Helped the Mustangs win a Class 3A state title in 2009… Averaged 16.3 points, which included a .430 percentage from three-point range, 5.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 2.5 steals… An accomplished volleyball and track athlete as well… Three-time All-High Plains League selection in volleyball, including a unanimous honor in 2010… Named to the 2010 KVA All-State second team… Named to the 2010 Hutchinson News All-Area 3A first team and a Hutchinson News Top-18 second team recipient… A three-time selection to the Hutchinson News All-Area 3A honorable mention squad… Named to the 2007 Class 2A State All-Tournament Team… Earned 2007 All-State second team honors… Four-year letterwinner in track and earned All-High Plains League honors in the javelin and discus from 2008-2011… Holds the school and High Plains League records in the javelin with a distance of 14211… Owns the school record in the discus with a toss of 12410… 2010 Kansas 3A State javelin champion… Two-time Kansas Relays runner-up in the javelin (2010 and 2011)… Finished seventh in the discus at the 2010 Kansas 3A state track

3PT-A 0-1 0-1

PCT .000 .000

FTM-FTA 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000

O-D-T 1-1-2 1-1-2

AVG 0.4 0.4

PF-D 3-0 3-0

A 0 0

TO 0 0

BLK 0 0

ST 0 0

PTS-AVG 0-0.0 0-0.0


BROWN | 10 meet… 2009 Kansas 3A state javelin runner-up… Was a threetime selection to the National Honor Society and a Kansas Board of Regents Scholar.

PERSONAL Born Oct. 19, 1992… Daughter of L.H. and Thais Brown… Father, L.H., was a world ranked javelin thrower…Has a sister, Holly, who will throw the javelin at Fort Hays State this season... Had a cousin, Andrew Brady, play football at Ohio State… Major is life sciences.

BROWN’S CAREER BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA 2011-12 2-0 4 0-0 TOTAL 2-0 4 0-0 BROWN’S CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA Big 12 NCAA TOTALS

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Dartmouth BYU Missouri State vs. Hofstra vs. Purdue Iowa Wichita State at South Dakota State vs. North Dakota State vs. Northwestern at UNLV at Marist Texas A&M at Kansas Missouri at Texas Tech Oklahoma at Baylor Iowa State at Oklahoma State at Texas Baylor at Texas A&M Kansas at Oklahoma Texas Oklahoma State at Missouri at Iowa State Texas Tech vs. Iowa State vs. Baylor vs. Princeton vs. Connecticut

Date 11/12 11/16 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/29 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/17 3/19

FTM-FTA 0-0 0-0

GS

Min 7

FG 0-2

3FG 0-0

1 3

0-0 0-1

0-0 0-1

3

0-0

0-0

1

0-0

0-0

FT O-D-T PF 0-0 1-1-2 1 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 1 0-0 0-0-0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 1 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A 0

TO 0

Bk 0

St 0

Pts 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

PCT .000 .000

3PT-A 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000

PCT .000 .000

O-D-T 0-0-0 0-0-0

AVG 0.0 0.0

PF-D 1-0 1-0

A 0 0

TO 0 0

BLK 0 0

ST 0 0

PTS-AVG 0-0.0 0-0.0

PCT

3PT-A

PCT FTM-FTA PCT DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

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PF-D

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TEXADA | 1

1 | HALEY TEXADA G | 5-7 | So. - 1L Frisco, Texas (Wakeland HS)

• First player in the 45-year history of women’s basketball at Kansas State to wear the number 1.

Who would you trade places with for a day and why? Shawn White because I’m dying to go snowboarding and look cool doing it.

CAREER HIGHS Minutes 22, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Points 8, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) Field Goals 3, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) Field Goals Attempted 7, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted3, vs. North Dakota State (12/18/11) Free Throws 2, twice Free Throws Attempted 4, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Rebounds 5, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Assists 3, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Blocks Steals 1, three times

What is on your bucket list? 1. Snowboard 2. Sky dive 3. Win the lottery 4. Have an impact on someone

MISCELLANEOUS CAREER STATS

What is it like running out of the tunnel in Bramlage Coliseum? What did it feel like the very first time? It felt super cool to know everyone there is cheering for you. It gives you chills every time.

Double-Figure Scoring Games Double-Figure Rebounding Games Double-Doubles 5+ Rebound Games 5+ Assist Games 2+ Steal Games 4+ Made 3-Pt. FGs 2+ Made 3-Pt. FGs

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

THE TEXADA FILE Why did you choose your major? What do you want to do with it when you “grow up”? I want to impact the next generation and there is no better way to do that than by teaching. I chose to play basketball at K-State because... I always wanted to play in the Big 12 and when I came up for camp, I instantly told my dad this is it. I fell in love with Manhattan. Who is the toughest player on our team and why? Brittany Chambers. She’ll run through a wall for us and if she fails, she’ll get back up and try again. Who on the team do you think will have a breakout season and surprise everyone? Katya Leick. She’s been waiting to play for a year and is dying to be out there. I’m excited to see her play.

TEXADA’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. 2011-12 14-0 87-6.2 TOTAL 14-0 87-6.2 70

FGM-FGA 5-32 5-32

PCT .156 .156

Favorite part of a K-State game day. The pregame meal reminds me a lot of a family dinner. If your apartment/house/dorm were on fire, what is the one item you’d make sure to save? Why? My phone because I would have to Tweet that I was just in a fire.

FRESHMAN (2011-12) 2011-12 SEASON HIGHS Minutes 22, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Points 8, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) Field Goals 3, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) Field Goals Attempted 7, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted 3, vs. North Dakota St. (12/18/11) Free Throws 2, twice Free Throws Attempted 4, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Rebounds 5, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Assists 3, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Blocks Steals 1, three times Played in 14 games this season... Made career debut against Dartmouth (11/12), with a career-high 22 minutes of action and finished with a stat line of four points, five rebounds, three assists and a steal... Registered a career-high eight points and pulled in two rebounds against Missouri (1/11).

HIGH SCHOOL Entered her senior season as the 75th best guard in the nation according to ESPN Hoopgurlz… Two-time Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) All-State selection (2010 and 2011)… Two-time Texas Girls basketball Coaches Association (TGCA) All-State recipient (2010 and 2011)… Two-time TABC

3PT-A 0-12 0-12

PCT .000 .000

FTM-FTA 4-6 4-6

PCT .667 .667

O-D-T 1-10-11 1-10-11

AVG 0.8 0.8

PF-D 1-0 1-0

A 7 7

TO 16 16

BLK 0 0

ST 5 5

PTS-AVG 14-1.0 14-1.0


TEXADA | 1 All-Region pick… Selected to play in both the 2011 TABC and the 2011 TGCA All-Star games… Named a two-time District 9A Most Valuable Player to go with a pair of All-District 9A first team honors (2010 and 2011)… A well-recognized player on the AAU circuit as well, earning all-tournament team honors at a number of events including: the Nike Music City Madness tournament in Nashville, Tenn., the Great American Shootout in Dallas, Texas, the Nike Cy-Fair Elite event and the Frisco Premier Tournament… Scored 1,780 points in her four-year career at Wakeland High School… Helped the Wolverines to a state runner-up finish in 2010… Named to the 2011 All-Area Dallas/Fort Worth first team by the Dallas Morning News… During her junior season in 2010, she averaged 14.7 points while shooting 47 percent from the field and pulled in 4.0 rebounds per game.

PERSONAL Born Jan. 25, 1993… Daughter of Lawrence and Beverly Texada… Named to the 2009 American Sign Language National Honor Society… Major is education.

TEXADA’S CAREER BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA 2011-12 6-0 28 3-10 TOTAL 6-0 28 3-10 TEXADA’S CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA Big 12 NCAA TOTALS

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Dartmouth BYU Missouri State vs. Hofstra vs. Purdue Iowa Wichita State at South Dakota State vs. North Dakota State vs. Northwestern at UNLV at Marist Texas A&M at Kansas Missouri at Texas Tech Oklahoma at Baylor Iowa State at Oklahoma State at Texas Baylor at Texas A&M Kansas at Oklahoma Texas Oklahoma State at Missouri at Iowa State Texas Tech vs. Iowa State vs. Baylor vs. Princeton vs. Connecticut

Date 11/12 11/16 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/29 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/17 3/19

FTM-FTA 2-2 2-2

GS

Min 22

FG 1-7

3FG 0-2

4 1

0-1 0-1

0-1 0-0

2 9 2 16

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

0-1 0-1 0-0 0-3

3

0-2

0-1

9

3-5

0-1

5

0-1

0-1

3 5

0-1 0-3

0-0 0-1

2

0-0

0-0

4

0-0

0-0

FT O-D-T PF 2-4 1-4-5 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 1 0-0 0-0-0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-1-1 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 2-2 0-2-2 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-1-1 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 0-1-1 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A 3

TO 6

Bk 0

St 1

Pts 4

0 0

2 1

0 0

1 0

0 0

1 0 0 2

0 1 0 2

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 2

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

8

0

1

0

1

0

1 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

PCT .300 .300

3PT-A 0-3 0-3

PCT .000 .000

PCT 1.000 1.000

O-D-T 0-4-4 0-4-4

AVG 0.7 0.7

PF-D 0-0 0-0

A 1 1

TO 3 3

BLK 0 0

ST 3 3

PTS-AVG 8-1.3 8-1.3

PCT

3PT-A

PCT FTM-FTA PCT DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

O-D-T

AVG

PF-D

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PTS-AVG

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23 | ASHIA WOODS G | 5-11 | So. - 1L Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Collegiate HS)

• Fourth player from Wichita, Kan., in the 45-year history of women’s basketball at Kansas State and the first since 1978.

CAREER HIGHS Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

29, vs. Hofstra (11/24/11) 9, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 4, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 11, vs. Purdue (11/25/11) 1, three times 5, twice 4, at Oklahoma State (1/28/12) 5, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) 7, twice 2, three times 3, vs. Princeton (3/17/12) 3, twice

MISCELLANEOUS CAREER STATS Double-Figure Scoring Games 20+ Points in a Game Double-Figure Rebounding Games Double-Doubles 5+ Rebound Games 5+ Assist Games 2+ Block Games 2+ Steal Games 4+ Made 3-Pt. FGs 2+ Made 3-Pt. FGs

0 0 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 0

THE WOODS FILE What is your favorite restaurant in Manhattan? What do you order? Olive Garden. Parmesan chicken with pasta. What is your favorite story about a teammate or yourself with your teammates? The night Haley, Mariah, Brittany and I made a music video and dressed up like the artist 2 Chainz. What has been a “welcome to Division I basketball” moment for you? The first big game we had. The one I played in and had to guard Brittney Raburn from Purdue. I was beyond dead tired in two minutes. If you could tell K-State women’s basketball fans one thing they can expect when they watch you play what would it be? I never give up on a play, offense or defense.

WOODS’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. 2011-12 34-0 487-14.3 TOTAL 34-0 487-14.3 72

FGM-FGA 26-96 26-96

PCT .271 .271

What is it like running out of the tunnel in Bramlage Coliseum? What did it feel like the very first time? A lot of emotions - excited, anxious, nervous, scared and super jacked. What is your dream job and why? I want to be the CEO of a company. What has impressed you the most about Coach Patterson and her staff? Coach P and her motivational talks. Coach E and her cut-throat fiestiness. I love them both to pieces.

FRESHMAN (2011-12) 2011-12 SEASON HIGHS Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

29, vs. Hofstra (11/24/11) 9, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 4, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 11, vs. Purdue (11/25/11) 1, three times 5, twice 4, at Oklahoma State (1/28/12) 5, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) 7, twice 2, three times 3, vs. Princeton (3/17/12) 3, twice

Played in all 34 games and saw 487 minutes of action… Made her K-State debut against Dartmouth (11/12) with nine points, seven rebounds and three steals... Her seven rebounds were the most by a Wildcat making their career debut since Ashley Sweat pulled in eight against Green Bay on Nov. 10, 2006... Played in a career-high 29 minutes and notched four points, three rebounds, two steals, a block and an assist against Purdue (11/25)... Recorded seven points, two rebounds and two assists against Iowa (12/3)... Notched seven points and a career-high tying seven rebounds against her hometown team, Wichita State (12/7)... Broke a five-game scoreless stretch and tallied her highest point total since Dec. 7 with seven at Oklahoma State (1/28)... Also recorded four rebounds, an assist and a steal in 21 minutes off the bench against the Cowgirls... Tallied four points, four assists, three rebounds, three blocks and a steal in 24 minutes against Princeton (3/17) in the Wildcats’ NCAA Tournament first round win.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER 2011 McDonald’s All-American candidate... Three-time All-State selection by the KBCA… 2011 All-Class top-five All-State selection by the Topeka Capital-Journal and the Wichita Eagle… Two-

3PT-A 3-31 3-31

PCT .097 .097

FTM-FTA 18-34 18-34

PCT .529 .529

O-D-T 30-49-79 30-49-79

AVG 2.3 2.3

PF-D 53-0 53-0

A 25 25

TO 25 25

BLK 8 8

ST 30 30

PTS-AVG 73-2.1 73-2.1


WOODS | 23 time Class 3A All-State recipient from the Wichita Eagle and the Topeka Capital-Journal… Four-time All-AVCTL first team honoree and was the AVCTL Player of the Year in 2011… Three-time AllMetro selection by the Wichita Eagle… Notched 22 points per game, 8 rebounds, four steals, four assists and two blocks per game in her senior season at Wichita Collegiate… Averaged 22.7 points while shooting 55 percent from the field, pulled in 7.4 rebounds and tallied 5.8 steals in her junior season.

PERSONAL Born May 9, 1992... Daughter of Denis Woods and Jennifer Brehon... Major is civil engineering.

2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Dartmouth BYU Missouri State vs. Hofstra vs. Purdue Iowa Wichita State at South Dakota State vs. North Dakota State vs. Northwestern at UNLV at Marist Texas A&M at Kansas Missouri at Texas Tech Oklahoma at Baylor Iowa State at Oklahoma State at Texas Baylor at Texas A&M Kansas at Oklahoma Texas Oklahoma State at Missouri at Iowa State Texas Tech vs. Iowa State vs. Baylor vs. Princeton vs. Connecticut

Date 11/12 11/16 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/29 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/17 3/19

GS

Min 18 1 6 2 29 21 19 14 19 18 22 11 23 10 10 10 11 14 3 21 21 12 24 3 18 17 18 17 14 7 9 12 24 9

FG 4-6 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-11 2-5 3-6 1-3 2-4 1-6 1-3 0-4 1-3 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-3 0-0 1-3 2-5 0-0 0-4 0-0 1-6 1-4 1-2 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-5 0-2

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

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

O-D-T 2-5-7 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 1-2-3 1-1-2 1-6-7 1-1-2 2-1-3 1-1-2 0-4-4 2-2-4 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-2-3 0-0-0 1-2-3 3-1-4 0-0-0 1-3-4 1-2-3 1-0-1 2-4-6 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-2-2 3-1-4 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-3 2-1-3

PF 1 0 0 1 4 2 2 3 2 3 3 4 2 1 2 0 1 3 0 2 2 3 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 1

A 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 0

TO 2 0 1 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3

Bk 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

St 3 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1

Pts 9 0 0 0 4 7 7 2 4 3 2 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 7 4 1 0 0 4 3 2 3 0 0 0 1 4 0

WOODS’ CAREER BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA 2011-12 18-0 253 9-38 TOTAL 18-0 253 9-38

PCT .237 .237

3PT-A 1-14 1-14

PCT .071 .071

FTM-FTA 11-17 11-17

PCT .647 .647

O-D-T 16-21-37 16-21-37

AVG 2.1 2.1

PF-D 23-0 23-0

A 9 9

TO 9 9

BLK 2 2

ST 16 16

PTS-AVG 30-1.7 30-1.7

WOODS’ CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA Big 12 2-0 21 0-2 NCAA 2-0 33 1-7 TOTALS 4-0 54 1-9

PCT .000 .143 .111

3PT-A 0-2 1-5 1-7

PCT .000 .200 .143

FTM-FTA 1-2 1-2 2-4

PCT .500 .500 .500

O-D-T 0-0-0 3-3-6 3-3-6

AVG 0.0 3.0 1.5

PF-D 2-0 3-0 5-0

A 2 4 6

TO 0 3 3

BLK 0 3 3

ST 0 2 2

PTS-AVG 1-0.5 4-2.0 5-1.3

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20 | BRIANNA CRAIG G | 5-10 | Fr. - HS Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Northeast HS)

THE CRAIG FILE I chose to play basketball at K-State because... Honestly, I can’t put my finger on one reason. Out of all the other schools I visited, K-State just felt right and it felt like it’s where I needed to be. I love everything about it!

points and 431 career rebounds… Led Lincoln Northeast to consecutive district runner-up finishes in 2010 and 2011… First team Super State honors in 2011, second team All-State honors in 2010, a pair of All-Heartland Conference honors and a trio of All-City first team citations.

PERSONAL What is the one moment in your life that you’d like to relive? Senior year of high school, winning district finals, cutting down the nets and being embraced by our entire student section after they stormed the court. Who on the team do you think will have a breakout season and surprise everyone? Keep your eyes out for Katya Leick. I know that she has been working hard on getting back and ready to play since she had to sit out last season. A perfect day for me is... Waking up to a thunderstorm, grabbing my favorite book, heading outside with a blanket and some snacks and read while listening to the rain all day. What makes your place unique? My amazing shoe collection. Describe a life changing moment you’ve experienced. I would have to say going on a missions trip and seeing how little the people we helped had and appreciating everything I have and not taking things for granted. If you could tell K-State women’s basketball fans one thing they can expect when they watch you play, what would it be? I will always try to have a positive attitude and will give it all that I can when I’m on the court. And I would also say that I am a pretty cool person out of the gym too. Since last year, I have improved the most at... 1. Free throw shooting 2. Becoming a more consistent shooter 3. Not hesitating and taking shots my team needed me to take

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER 2012 Gatorade Nebraska Player of the Year… Named to the first and honorary captain at Super State… Class A first team selection by the Lincoln Journal Star… First team All-Nebraska and Class A by the Omaha World Herald… 2012 All-Heartland Conference… Prior to the start of her senior season, she was named a Sporting News High School All-America honorable mention selection… Finished her senior season at Lincoln Northeast second in Class A and first in the Heartland Conference in scoring (18.6 ppg)… Finished 2012 ranked third in the league in rebounding (8.3 rpg), second in steals (2.5 spg) and fourth in 3point field goals made (45)… Tallied a career-high and a school record 40 points and seven 3-point field goals made against North Platte on Jan. 28, 2012… Completed her career with 1,307 74

Born on Sept. 13, 1994… Daughter of Terri and Curtis Craig… Craig comes from an extremely athletic family, as her mother, the former Terri Parriott, played for the Nebraska women’s basketball team in the early 1980s… Her father, Curtis, was a member of the Nebraska football team in the mid 1970s... Her uncle, Roger, was a standout running back at Nebraska who went on to become an NFL All-Pro performer and helped the San Francisco 49ers win three Super Bowls… Her cousin, Rometra Craig, played basketball at Duke from 2005-09… Has two siblings: Elijah and Erica… Major is criminology.


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24 | MARISSA ELLIS G | 5-7 | Fr. - HS. Kansas City, Mo. (Staley HS)

THE ELLIS FILE What has been a “welcome to Division I basketball” moment for you The first day of pickup games, Mariah White literally went through me for a basket. What is your personal game day routine? Find a nice corner and focus on what needs to happen. What is on your bucket list? 1. Live in a very expensive condo in downtown Seattle 2. Go scuba diving in a cave 3. Adopt a tiger (like Michael Jackson and Mike Tyson) 4. Have a menu item named after me Who do you model your game after and why? Maurice Cheeks because he was an amazing passer and a team player. He did the dirty work. What is your dream job? Food critic. To get paid to eat would be fantastic. What is your hometown like? Kansas City, Mo., is the perfect size. Not too crowded and a great combination of city life and space if needed. What is your favorite movie quote? “Love me, then, or hate me as you will. You have my full and free forgiveness. Be at peace.” - Jane Eyre

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Played in 2012 HyVee/Pepsi Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Challenge and scored 11 points… Rated the No. 24 guard in the nation by ESPN Hoopgurlz heading into her senior season… Selected as a 2012 All-Metro honorable mention recipient… Named a “Suburban Small 6” AllConference first team selection… MCBA All-District Class 5 District 15… Averaged 10.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.7 assists in her senior season… Helped guide the program to a sectional title in 2011 and a pair of district crowns in 2009 and 2011.

PERSONAL Born Feb. 6, 1994... Daughter of Kenneth and Pamela StatenEllis... Has one brother, Kenneth II… Major is microbiology.

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MALONE | 25

25 | STACEY MALONE F | 6-1 | Fr. - HS Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee HS)

THE MALONE FILE If you could trade places with someone for a day, who would it be and why? (Former Wildcat) Jalana Childs because everyone knows her and loves her to death. She’s also the bomb on the court. What makes your place unique? My picture boards and the fact that my side is zebra and Kelly’s side is cheetah. What do you want to be remembered for after your career at K-State? I want to be the positive player that made everyone around her better on and off the court. Describe a life-changing moment you’ve experienced. Signing my NLI, because I realized how many people from my hometown are actually hoping I succeed and are hoping I put Tyler, Texas on the map. Why did you choose your major? What do you want to do with it when you “grow up?” I love cooking healthy and if I can teach others how to eat healthywithout sacrificing taste, then it would help other athletes treat their bodies right.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Sporting News High School All-America honorable mention selection entering senior season and rated as the No. 24 ranked forward in the nation by ESPN Hoopgurlz… Averaged 9.1 points, 9.4 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game while helping the Raiders to a 24-9 record in 2011… Malone is also a strong student, earning Academic All-District and Academic All-State honors in 2011.

PERSONAL Born June 30, 1994... Daughter of Eleanore and Stacy Malone... Has one sibling, Shelby… Cousin, Michael Crabtree, currently plays for the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers and was a standout wide receiver at Texas Tech where he was a two-time All-American, two-time winner of the Fred Biletnikoff Award which is given annually to the nation’s best Division I wide receiver and a twotime All-Big 12 selection… Cousin, A’Quonesia Franklin, was a women’s basketball standout at Texas A&M from 2005-09 and is now an assistant coach at Mississippi State… Major is sports nutrition.

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12 | KELLY THOMSON G | 5-10 | Fr. - HS Riley, Kan. (Riley County HS)

THE THOMSON FILE What do you want to be remembered for after your career at K-State? My work ethic, competitive drive and leadership abilities. I want to be known as a player who always pushed that extra 10%, ran the extra mile and always gave it all to help our team win games and be successful. Who is the toughest player you’ve had to guard and why? Brittany Chambers all this summer. She is so versatile and really does it all: shoot, drive, post and she just makes great plays all of the time. What has been a “welcome to Division I basketball” moment for you? Walking into the locker room for the first time this summer and seeing my name and number engraved on the plate above my locker with a big Powercat next to them. It gave me chills. What did you get in trouble for the most as a kid? Nothing. I grew up with three younger sisters so I was always really good at pinning things on them. What is your favorite restaurant in Manhattan? What do you order? Early Edition. I’m addicted to their chocolate chip pancakes. A perfect day for me is... Getting to spend the day relaxing with my family. Nothing beats hanging out at home with my sisters.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER Named 2012 All-State All-Classes first team… 2012 All-State Class 3A first team recipient… 2012 All-Flint Hills first team… Named to the 2012 All-Mid-East League first team… Played in the 2012 KBCA All Star Game in Topeka and tied for game-high honors with 16 points with 12 coming on 4 connections from beyond the arc… Scored just over 1,208 career points to rank second in school history… Set the school record for 3-point field goals made with 192… Set the school record for career free throw percentage (.800)… Began her senior season as a Sporting News High School All-America honorable mention selection… Finished her senior season with 17.5 points per game, 4.5 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.7 steals… Thomson averaged 15.4 points which included 56 connections from the 3-point line in her junior season. Also pulled in 5.1 rebounds and dished out 3.1 assists while helping Riley County to a 21-3 record… Following her junior campaign, named to the All-State Class 3A first team, the first team of the All-Mid-East League, the Flint Hills Player of the Year and the All-Flint Hills team Year by the Manhattan Mercury.

PERSONAL Born Dec. 28, 1993… Daughter of Cindy and Dan Thomson… Father is The Jones Professor of Production Medicine and Epidemiology and Director of the Beef Cattle Institute at Kansas State’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He has served as the OIE Chair of Beef Cattle Production and Welfare and was recently asked to serve on the Food Marketing Institute’s Animal Welfare Advisory Board.… Kelly has three siblings: Katelyn, Tory and Sarah… Major is health professions.

When not playing basketball, I’m most likely... Watching an episode of One Tree Hill with a bowl of kettle corn. (I mean studying.) If your life was a movie what would it be called? Legally Blonde. Sad but true. I have lots of blonde moments. If you studty abroad, where would you go and what would you study? I’ve always loved to cook and bake, so I think traveling to Paris and taking cooking or pastry classes would be so cool. Who is the funniest player on the team and why? Stacey Malone. It’s an ab workout every time I’m around her because she’s always making me laugh. I’ll definitely have a chiseled 6-pack by the time we graduate thanks to her. What is your hometown like? Riley is one of those small towns where you know everyone and everyone knows you. I loved growing up there because our community was one huge family and everyone supported everyone. Just like here at K-State.

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2011-12 SEASON IN REVIEW

K-STATE FINISHES 44TH SEASON WITH NCAA SECOND ROUND APPEARANCE

After exceeding its preseason predicted ninth-place finish by the league’s coaches by at least four places for the second straight season, Kansas State (20-14, 9-9 Big 12) made the program’s 13th NCAA Tournament appearance and achieved its 23rd 20-win season in the program’s 44-year history. The Wildcats finished tied for fourth in the Big 12 and advanced to the semifinals of the Big 12 Championships for the second straight season. In the NCAA Tournament, No. 8 seed K-State advanced to the second round for the seventh time in its last eight NCAA Tournament appearances with a 67-64 win over No. 9 seed and No. 24-ranked Princeton. The Wildcats were paced during the 2011-12 season by a pair of All-Big 12 first team selections in Jalana Childs and Brittany Chambers. Childs (486) and Chambers (476) were the first set of K-State teammates to tally consecutive 400-point seasons since Wecker and Nicole Ohlde (2002-03 and 2003-04). The duo also surpassed the 1,000-point mark during the 2011-12 season. Childs, who garnered her first career All-Big 12 first team selection, led the Wildcats in scoring and ranked sixth in the Big 12 with a career-high 486 points (14.3 ppg). She also led the 78

team in field goal percentage (.445), free throw percentage (.778) and offensive rebounds (79, 2.3 orpg). Chambers, a two-time All-Big 12 first team selection, finished second on the team and eighth in the Big 12 in scoring (476 points, 14.1 ppg) and paced the Wildcats and ranked 14th in the league in rebounding (211, 6.2 rpg) and led the Big 12 in 3-point field goals made (80) and attempted (257). Chambers was one of only two players in the Big 12 in 2011-12 to record at least 400 points, grab 200 rebounds and dish out 70 assists. She was one of 15 guards in the nation to achieve the feat and was the first Wildcat to accomplish these numbers since Marlies Gipson in the 2008-09 season. Chambers is the sixth player in school history to achieve the feat and the second guard to accomplish this (Megan Mahoney, 2002-03). Also aiding the K-State attack in 2011-12 was Tasha Dickey. Making the most of her only season in Manhattan, Dickey registered new career season-highs and game-highs in a number of categories including: points (335 - season; 20 - game), rebounds (138 - season; 10 - game) and steals (53 - season; 6 - game). At the conclusion of the 2011-12 season, K-State bid a fond

farewell to a five-member senior class consisting of: Branshea Brown, Childs, JuliAnne Chisholm, Dickey and Emma Ostermann. The senior class tallied 80 wins, including three 20win seasons, and three NCAA Tournament appearances. In the 2011-12 season, the quintet was responsible for 1,088 of KState’s 1,942 points (56 percent) and 501 of the team’s 1,172 rebounds (42.7 percent).

RECORDS SET IN THE 2011-12 SEASON The following are school and Big 12 records set by K-State and the players during the 2011-12 season. • Average home attendance - 4,069 - 8th in school history and ranked 24th in the nation in 2011-12 • Total games - 34 - tied for third-most in school history • Total TV games - 23 - school record for games on television • Starters - K-State used the same starting lineup for all 34


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games in 2011-12. The Wildcats were the only team in the Big 12 and one of three teams in the 2012 NCAA Tournament (Nebraska and BYU) to use the same lineup in every game. This was the first time in the Deb Patterson-era and the first time since at least the

1986-87 season that K-State has used the same lineup for every game.

history since the 1981-82 season and notched seventh-best effort in allowing 49 or fewer points (11 games)

• Scoring defense - 57.4 ppg allowed - 4th lowest in school

• Steals - 272 - most since the 2005-06 season (300)

K-STATE AWARDS FOR 2011-12 The following is a list of awards the Kansas State women’s basketball team has earned during the 2011-12 season. All-Big 12 First Team - Brittany Chambers, Jr., Guard - Jalana Childs, Sr., Forward College Sports Madness Big 12 All-Conference 3rd Team - Brittany Chambers, Jr., Guard

College Sports Madness Big 12 All-Conference 4th Team - Jalana Childs, Sr., Forward

Academic All-Big 12 Second Team - Jalana Childs (hotel and restaurant management)

Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Week - Brittany Chambers, Jan. 9

Preseason All-Big 12 honorable mention - Brittany Chambers, Jr., Guard - Jalana Childs, Sr., Forward

Academic All-Big 12 First Team - JuliAnne Chisholm (life sciences/pre-med) - Brittany Chambers (life sciences/pre-med) - Emma Ostermann (kinesiology) 79


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• Minutes Played per Game - Brittany Chambers set the school record for minutes played in a season with 1,247. Her 36.7 minutes played per game ranks tied for fifth in school history. Her career minutes played per game average of 34.3 (3,359 career minutes) is tied for first in school history with Diana Miller (198891; 3,915 career minutes). • Jalana Childs and Branshea Brown tallied 131 and 128 career games played, respectively, in their fours seasons with the Wildcats. Childs ranks tied for second in school history for games played, while Brown ranks tied for 10th. • Chambers and Childs became the 37th and 38th players, respectively, in K-State women’s basketball history to score 1,000 points in their careers. Chambers achieved the feat on Dec. 7 against Wichita State with a 3-point field goal. She climbed all the way to 10th on the K-State career list with 1,378 points at the end of the 2011-12 season. Childs finished her career ranked 18th on the career scoring list with 1,237 points. She achieved her 1,000th point against Oklahoma on Jan. 17 with a free throw. • Chambers and Childs were the 12th and 13th players, respectively, in school history to register consecutive 400-point scoring seasons in their careers. They became the first set of teammates to achieve consecutive 400-point seasons since Kendra Wecker and Nicole Ohlde in the 2002-03 and 2003-04 seasons. • Chambers was one of two players in the Big 12 in 2011-12 to record at least 400 points, grab 200 rebounds and dish out 70 assists. She was one of 15 guards in the nation to achieve the feat and the first Wildcat to accomplish these numbers since Marlies Gipson in the 2008-09 season. Chambers is the sixth player in school history to achieve the feat and the second guard to accomplish this (Megan Mahoney, 2002-03). • Big 12 Tournament Scoring Record - 31 - Childs set the school record for points scored in a Big 12 Tournament game, carding 31 against Iowa State on March 8, 2012. Childs also tied the school record for made field goals with 13. • The Wildcats saw three players pull in 500 rebounds for their career during the 2011-12 season. The three players were Chambers (581, 16th), Branshea Brown (539, 22nd) and Childs (503, 28th). This was the first time since the 2003-04 season that K-State has had three players with at least 500 career rebounds on the roster at the same time. • K-State’s guards set a school record for rebounds with a total of 623 rebounds for the season. This equates to the highest per game average in the program’s history for K-State’s backcourt players at 18.3, surpassing the old record of 16.0 set last season. • The Wildcats had two players surpass the 200 assist mark for their careers during the 2011-12 season. Mariah White (325) and Chambers (241) each achieved the feat. This was the first time since the 2008-09 season that K-State has had two players with at least 200 career assists on the roster at the same time.

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2012 All-Big 12 First Team recipients Brittany Chambers (left) & Jalana Childs.


2011-12 SEASON STATISTICS

OVERALL STATISTICS RECORD: 20-14 •• BIG 12: 9-9 •• NON-CONFERENCE: 11-5 •• HOME: 10-4 •• AWAY: 6-6 •• NEUTRAL: 4-4 # 33 02 13 34 22 11 21 23 01 20 14 10 TM

Player Childs, Jalana Chambers, Brittany Dickey, Tasha Brown, Branshea White, Mariah Caron, Chantay Chisholm, JuliAnne Woods, Ashia Texada, Haley Ostermann, Emma Wittman, Stephanie Brown, Heidi TEAM Total Opponents

GP 34 34 34 34 34 34 27 34 14 19 22 5

GS 34 34 34 34 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 1090 1247 901 1022 1148 453 224 487 87 90 136 15

Avg 32.1 36.7 26.5 30.1 33.8 13.3 8.3 14.3 6.2 4.7 6.2 3.0

34 34

SCORE BY PERIODS: Kansas State Opponents

1st 948 908

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Kansas State Opponents

TOTAL 77 88

FG 197 162 125 83 62 39 21 26 5 4 4 0

FGA 443 457 319 202 163 103 62 96 32 16 26 3

Pct .445 .354 .392 .411 .380 .379 .339 .271 .156 .250 .154 .000

728 1922 .379 706 1815 .389 2nd 972 1016

OT 22 26

/-----3PT----\ FG FGA Pct 1 8 .125 80 257 .311 43 151 .285 0 3 .000 18 56 .321 12 44 .273 13 32 .406 3 31 .097 0 12 .000 3 12 .250 0 5 .000 0 1 .000

FT 91 72 42 25 38 10 5 18 4 5 3 0

FTA 117 95 58 53 54 19 7 34 6 6 7 0

Pct .778 .758 .724 .472 .704 .526 .714 .529 .667 .833 .429 .000

173 612 132 470

313 456 406 577

.686 .704

2OT -

.283 .281

/---------REB--------\ O D T Avg 79 92 171 5.0 52 159 211 6.2 33 105 138 4.1 61 100 161 4.7 33 123 156 4.6 27 34 61 1.8 10 18 28 1.0 30 49 79 2.3 1 10 11 0.8 1 2 3 0.2 7 17 24 1.1 1 1 2 0.4 55 72 127 3.7 390 782 1172 34.5 406 874 1280 37.6

PF 81 49 93 94 87 36 17 53 1 8 18 3 0 540 461

FO 2 0 6 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 33 77 16 61 163 21 8 25 7 2 3 0

13 -

416 379

PF 35 16 38 45 42 14 30 13 6 1 9 2 0 251 220

FO 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 15 39 7 24 66 14 16 3 1 6 2 0

5 -

193 159

PF 33 46 55 49 45 22 4 23 0 2 9 1 0 289 241

FO 0 1 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 38 18 9 37 97 7 5 9 1 1 1 0

8 -

223 220

TO 68 114 62 55 85 18 15 25 16 2 10 0 23 493 561

Blk 20 4 10 27 11 8 9 8 0 0 0 0

Stl 16 38 53 33 69 16 6 30 5 3 3 0

97 116

272 228

TO 34 49 26 25 35 4 16 9 0 13 6 0 14 231 271

Blk 7 2 9 11 7 7 6 6 0 0 0 0

Stl 8 22 30 15 29 8 14 5 3 2 3 0

55 52

139 108

TO 65 34 36 30 50 14 6 9 3 2 4 0 9 262 290

Blk 2 13 1 16 4 1 3 2 0 0 0 0

Stl 16 8 23 18 40 8 1 16 3 0 0 0

42 64

133 120

Pts 486 476 335 191 180 100 60 73 14 16 11 0 0 1942 1950

Avg 14.3 14.0 9.9 5.6 5.3 2.9 2.2 2.1 1.0 0.8 0.5 0.0

Pts 245 234 135 88 79 53 43 30 12 6 7 0 0 932 874

Avg 15.3 14.6 8.4 5.5 4.9 3.3 2.7 2.0 1.1 0.8 0.6 0.0

Pts 242 241 200 103 101 47 30 30 8 4 4 0 0 1010 1076

Avg 13.4 13.4 11.1 5.7 5.6 2.6 2.5 1.7 1.3 0.5 0.4 0.0

57.1 57.4

Total 1942 1950

STATISTICS IN K-STATE NON-CONFERENCE GAMES RECORD: 11-5 •• HOME: 5-0 •• AWAY: 2-1 •• NEUTRAL: 4-4 # 33 02 13 34 22 11 23 21 20 01 14 10 TM

Player Childs, Jalana Chambers, Brittany Dickey, Tasha Brown, Branshea White, Mariah Caron, Chantay Woods, Ashia Chisholm, JuliAnne Ostermann, Emma Texada, Haley Wittman, Stephanie Brown, Heidi TEAM Total Opponents

GP 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 15 11 8 11 3

GS 16 16 16 16 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 500 577 370 459 537 230 234 145 63 59 65 11

Avg 31.3 36.1 23.1 28.7 33.6 14.4 14.6 9.7 5.7 7.4 5.9 3.7

16 16

SCORE BY PERIODS: Kansas State Opponents

1st 447 397

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Kansas State Opponents

TOTAL 32 31

2nd 476 467

FGA 220 225 131 105 71 49 58 36 13 22 12 3

Pct .459 .356 .366 .362 .408 .429 .293 .306 .231 .091 .250 .000

/-----3PT----\ FG FGA Pct 1 6 .167 39 124 .315 21 64 .328 0 3 .000 3 19 .158 5 16 .313 2 17 .118 7 19 .368 2 9 .222 0 9 .000 0 3 .000 0 1 .000

FT 42 35 18 12 18 6 7 1 4 2 1 0

353 945 308 859

.374 .359

80 290 57 224

146 220 201 273

FG 101 80 48 38 29 21 17 11 3 2 3 0

OT 9 10

2OT -

.276 .254

FTA 49 52 24 28 26 9 17 2 4 4 5 0

Pct .857 .673 .750 .429 .692 .667 .412 .500 1.000 .500 .200 .000 .664 .736

/---------REB--------\ O D T Avg 52 54 106 6.6 28 70 98 6.1 19 40 59 3.7 33 59 92 5.8 14 53 67 4.2 20 20 40 2.5 14 28 42 2.6 5 13 18 1.2 1 2 3 0.3 1 6 7 0.9 2 7 9 0.8 1 1 2 0.7 29 35 64 4.0 219 388 607 37.9 205 414 619 38.7

58.2 54.6

Total 932 874

STATISTICS IN K-STATE CONFERENCE GAMES RECORD: 9-9 •• HOME: 5-4 •• AWAY: 4-5 •• NEUTRAL: 0-0 # 02 33 13 34 22 11 21 23 01 20 14 10 TM

Player Chambers, Brittany Childs, Jalana Dickey, Tasha Brown, Branshea White, Mariah Caron, Chantay Chisholm, JuliAnne Woods, Ashia Texada, Haley Ostermann, Emma Wittman, Stephanie Brown, Heidi TEAM Total Opponents

GP 18 18 18 18 18 18 12 18 6 8 11 2

GS 18 18 18 18 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 670 590 531 563 611 223 79 253 28 27 71 4

18 18

SCORE BY PERIODS: Kansas State Opponents

1st 501 511

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Kansas State Opponents

TOTAL 45 57

2nd 496 549

Avg 37.2 32.8 29.5 31.3 33.9 12.4 6.6 14.1 4.7 3.4 6.5 2.0

FGA 232 223 188 97 92 54 26 38 10 3 14 0

Pct .353 .430 .410 .464 .359 .333 .385 .237 .300 .333 .071 .000

/-----3PT----\ FG FGA Pct 41 133 .308 0 2 .000 22 87 .253 0 0 .000 15 37 .405 7 28 .250 6 13 .462 1 14 .071 0 3 .000 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 0 0 .000

FT 37 49 24 13 20 4 4 11 2 1 2 0

375 977 398 956

.384 .416

93 322 75 246

167 236 205 304

FG 82 96 77 45 33 18 10 9 3 1 1 0

OT 13 16

2OT -

.289 .305

FTA 43 68 34 25 28 10 5 17 2 2 2 0

Pct .860 .721 .706 .520 .714 .400 .800 .647 1.000 .500 1.000 .000 .708 .674

/---------REB--------\ O D T Avg 24 89 113 6.3 27 38 65 3.6 14 65 79 4.4 28 41 69 3.8 19 70 89 4.9 7 14 21 1.2 5 5 10 0.8 16 21 37 2.1 0 4 4 0.7 0 0 0 0.0 5 10 15 1.4 0 0 0 0.0 26 37 63 3.5 171 394 565 31.4 201 460 661 36.7

Total 1010 1076

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2011-12 SEASON RESULTS

2011-12 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME HIGHS OPPONENT Dartmouth

DATE 11/12

SCORE W, 54-20

POINTS 20 - Dickey

REBOUNDS 10 - Childs

ASSISTS 3 - Texada

STEALS 6 - Dickey

BYU Missouri State vs. Hofstra

11/16 11/18 11/24

W, 59-46 W, 65-63 L, 64-54

18 - Childs 25 - Chambers 20 - Childs

9 - Childs 7 - Chambers 11 - Childs

5 - White 3 - three tied 8 - White

2 - White 2 - four tied 3 - Dickey

vs. (15/17) Purdue (--/rv) Iowa Wichita State at South Dakota State

11/25 12/3 12/7 12/10

L, 46-42 (OT) W, 81-78 (OT) W, 60-34 W, 63-46

23 - Childs 23 - Chambers 17 - Chambers 18 - Chambers

11 - Chambers 7 - Brown, B. 8 - Chambers 7 - Brown, B.

3 - Chambers 7 - White 4 - White 4 - Childs 4 - White

4 - White 3 - Dickey 4 - Dickey 2 - three tied

BLOCKS 2 - Dickey 2 - Childs 3 - Brown, B. 1 - Dickey 1 - Childs 1 - White 1 - Woods 1 - four tied 2 - three tied 1 - four tied

vs. North Dakota State

12/18

W, 70-47

16 - Chambers

5 - Chambers 5 - White

4 - Chambers

1 - four tied

vs. (rv/--) Northwestern at UNLV

12/19 12/20

W, 64-45 L, 44-38

29 - Chambers 12 - Childs

5 - Childs 5 - Chambers 5 - Chisholm 13 - Brown, B. 10 - White

4 - White 3 - Woods

2 - Chambers 3 - White

at Marist

12/29

W, 57-56

21 - Childs

9 - Childs

8 - White

4 - White

(9/8) Texas A&M

1/4

W, 71-69

21 - Chambers

11 - White

at (rv/rv) Kansas

1/7

W, 63-57

23 - Chambers

6 - Brown, B. 6 - Dickey 8 - Chambers

3 - White 3 - Dickey 4 - White

1 - four tied 2 - White 2 - Caron 1 - Brown, B. 1 - Chambers 2 - Brown, B.

Missouri

1/11

W, 72-46

23 - White

6 - Chambers

at (10/14) Texas Tech

1/14

W, 62-61

23 - Childs

10 - Chambers

(rv/--) Oklahoma

1/17

L, 65-57

18 - Dickey

at (1/1) Baylor

1/21

L, 76-41

16 - Chambers

8 - Childs 8 - Brown, B. 6 - Chambers

3 - White

Iowa State

1/25

L, 66-57

22 - Childs

8 - Chambers

5 - White

3 - Chambers 3 - White 2 - Dickey 2 - White 2 - White

at Oklahoma State at Texas

1/28 2/1

W, 67-56 W, 64-55

29 - Chambers 17 - Chambers

10 - Chambers 6 - Chambers

6 - White 5 - White

2 - Brown, B. 6 - Brown, B.

(1/1) Baylor

2/4

L, 70-41

5 - White

4 - White

2 - White

at (15/14) Texas A&M

2/8

L, 67-36

10 - Chambers 10 - White 11 - Chambers

2 - Brown, B. 2 - Childs 1 - Childs 1 - Brown, B. 1 - Childs None

3 - Chambers

2 - Dickey

None

Kansas at (rv/rv) Oklahoma

2/12 2/15

W, 47-43 L, 68-62

18 - Childs 17 - Chambers

6 - White 5 - White

4 - White 2 - three tied

4 - Brown, B. 1 - Caron

Texas

2/18

W, 65-45

18 - Dickey

6 - Childs 6 - Woods 10 - Dickey 6 - Chambers 6 - White 10 - White

8 - White

3 - Woods

Oklahoma State at Missouri at Iowa State Texas Tech

2/22 2/25 2/29 3/3

W, 53-50 L, 61-56 (ot) L, 57-33 L, 64-63

22 - Childs 18 - Dickey 11 - Dickey 22 - Childs

8 - Chambers 8 - White 8 - Chambers 8 - Chambers

7 - White 6 - White 3 - Chambers 5 - Chambers

vs. Iowa State vs. (1/1) Baylor vs. (24/rv) Princeton

3/8 3/9 3/17

W, 67-63 W, 86-65 W, 67-64

31 - Childs 18 - Chambers 22 - Brown, B.

10 - Childs 8 - Chambers 8 - Childs

6 - Chambers 4 - Chambers 5 - White

vs. (3/3) Connecticut

3/19

L, 72-26

11 - Chambers

6 - Chambers 6 - Childs

2 - Wittman

2 - White 2 - Caron 2 - three tied 2 - Childs 2 - Woods 3 - Childs 3 - Brown, B. 1 - White 1 - Woods 3 - Dickey

1 - Chisholm 1 - Woods 2 - Brown, B. 1 - Chisholm None None

4 - Brown, B. 4 - Chambers 8 - White 5 - Brown, B. 5 - White 9 - White

2 - Brown, B. 2 - Caron 4 - White

1 - Brown, B. 1 - Childs 2 - Childs 2 - Childs 3 - Childs 2 - Brown

2 - Dickey 2 - Childs 3 - Woods 1 - White 1 - Chisholm

2011-12 KANSAS STATE ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME ALL 56,970 82

BIG 12 (AVG.) 41,758 (4,640)

HIGH 12,528 (2/4)

AVG. (GAMES) 4,069 (14)

ROAD ALL 60,130

BIG 12 (AVG) 51,617 (5,735)

HIGH 10,983 (2/29)

AVG. (GAMES) 4,822 (12)


2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS DATE 11/12/11 11/16/11 11/18/11 11/24/11 11/25/11 12/3/11 12/7/11 12/10/11 12/18/11 12/19/11 12/20/11 12/29/11 1/4/12 1/7/12 1/11/12 1/14/12 1/17/12 1/21/12 1/25/12 1/28/12 2/1/12 2/4/12 2/8/12 2/12/12 2/15/12 2/18/12 2/22/12 2/25/12 2/29/12 3/3/12 3/8/12 3/9/12 3/17/12 3/19/12

OPPONENT Dartmouth vs. (rv/--) K-State BYU vs. (rv/--) K-State Missouri State vs. (rv/--) K-State Hofstra vs. (rv/--) K-State (15/17) Purdue vs. (rv/--) K-State (--/rv) Iowa vs. K-State Wichita State vs. K-State K-State at South Dakota State North Dakota State vs. K-State (rv/--) Northwestern vs. K-State K-State at UNLV K-State at Marist (9/8) Texas A&M vs. K-State K-State at (rv/rv) Kansas Missouri vs. (rv/rv) K-State (rv/rv) K-State at (10/14) Texas Tech (rv/--) Oklahoma vs. (23/22) K-State (23/22) K-State at (1/1) Baylor Iowa State vs. (rv/rv) K-State (rv/rv) K-State at Oklahoma State (rv/rv) K-State at Texas (1/1) Baylor vs. (rv/rv) K-State (rv/rv) K-State at (15/14) Texas A&M Kansas vs. (rv/rv) K-State (rv/--) K-State at (rv/rv) Oklahoma Texas vs. (rv/--) K-State Oklahoma State vs. (--/rv) K-State (--/rv) K-State at Missouri K-State at Iowa State Texas Tech vs. K-State K-State vs. Iowa State K-State vs. (1/1) Baylor vs. (24/rv) Princeton K-State K-State vs. (3/3) Connecticut

FG-FGA 7-53 20-60 19-55 23-62 21-53 22-54 23-56 22-67 13-44 19-65 25-54 28-57 11-58 22-62 24-54 11-51 16-44 26-59 14-53 25-61 15-53 14-51 22-56 20-47 28-67 27-50 21-47 20-54 17-47 26-62 25-47 23-54 22-53 21-58 16-65 28-63 25-54 22-55 20-52 19-54 26-61 20-52 27-48 14-53 10-44 28-53 18-54 17-48 23-60 23-48 17-54 27-63 19-56 23-54 21-63 18-44 13-45 18-46 28-55 23-50 25-56 24-60 25-67 36-64 26-61 25-54 10-57 28-55

PCT. .132 .333 .345 .371 .396 .407 .411 .328 .295 .292 .463 .491 .190 .355 .444 .216 .364 .441 .264 .410 .283 .275 .393 .426 .418 .540 .447 .370 .362 .419 .532 .426 .415 .362 .246 .444 .463 .400 .385 .352 .426 .385 .563 .264 .227 .528 .333 .354 .370 .479 .315 .429 .339 .426 .333 .409 .289 .391 .509 .460 446 .400 .373 .563 .426 .463 .175 .509

3P-3PA 0-16 4-23 3-14 3-17 3-15 9-19 3-9 2-17 3-11 3-14 10-19 5-18 0-5 5-16 6-14 4-10 3-9 6-23 3-20 8-19 1-13 2-11 6-16 6-22 3-10 4-12 6-11 2-11 1-15 12-25 3-11 6-13 7-13 3-22 2-20 1-9 6-14 6-22 11-28 7-26 4-15 7-17 1-7 6-21 4-16 2-10 3-10 1-8 8-20 5-14 3-8 5-24 4-16 4-16 5-19 5-19 3-15 8-22 4-12 6-17 4-15 5-22 9-25 2-9 3-12 5-15 4-26 7-20

PCT. .000 .174 .214 .176 .200 .474 .333 .118 .273 .214 .526 .278 .000 .313 .429 .400 .333 .261 .150 .421 .077 .182 .375 .273 .300 .333 .545 .182 .067 .480 .273 .462 .538 .136 .100 .111 .429 .273 .393 .269 .267 .412 .143 .286 .250 .200 .300 .125 .400 .357 .375 .208 .250 .250 .263 .263 .200 .364 .333 .353 .267 .227 .360 .222 .250 .333 .154 .350

FT-FTA 6-9 10-18 5-5 10-12 18-24 12-20 15-18 8-11 17-22 1-5 18-23 20-31 12-22 11-14 9-14 20-25 12-19 12-18 14-18 6-10 7-10 14-20 7-14 10-16 10-19 13-21 15-17 15-17 11-13 8-12 9-12 9-17 14-18 12-18 7-10 19-30 10-14 7-9 16-21 11-13 8-10 8-18 15-18 7-10 12-15 9-20 4-6 12-15 8-11 17-24 8-12 6-8 8-9 3-4 9-19 20-31 4-5 13-15 4-10 11-19 13-15 10-12 6-9 12-16 9-12 12-14 2-5 9-12

PCT. .667 .556 1.000 .833 .750 .600 .833 .727 .773 .200 .783 .645 .545 .786 .643 .800 .632 .667 .778 .600 .700 .700 .500 .625 .526 .619 .882 .882 .846 .667 .750 .529 .778 .667 .700 .633 .714 .778 .762 .846 .800 .444 .833 .700 .800 .450 .667 .800 .727 .708 .667 .750 .889 .750 .474 .645 .800 .867 .400 .579 .867 .833 .667 .750 .750 .857 .400 .750

OR-DR-RB 10-21-31 23-35-58 11-24-35 16-24-40 16-25-41 12-19-31 9-27-36 17-26-43 11-33-44 16-22-38 10-22-32 14-21-35 24-30-54 13-32-45 10-27-37 16-23-39 13-26-39 10-18-28 9-24-33 14-31-45 14-24-38 17-27-44 14-27-41 3-25-28 24-17-41 11-19-30 6-28-34 6-21-27 7-26-33 11-22-33 5-23-28 10-19-29 13-21-34 17-21-38 16-16-32 24-36-60 10-28-38 4-21-25 9-31-40 5-25-30 8-22-30 13-27-40 11-27-38 12-12-24 13-17-30 15-22-37 12-29-41 4-23-27 11-18-29 9-28-37 9-21-30 16-27-43 11-25-36 4-25-29 13-25-38 6-34-40 7-22-29 7-26-33 9-28-37 4-22-26 9-25-34 13-23-36 14-19-33 13-28-41 16-24-40 7-22-29 16-16-32 12-33-45

A 0 8 11 11 12 14 7 10 8 9 19 18 3 10 14 6 6 14 9 14 8 9 14 9 15 16 10 14 8 17 14 14 12 14 7 14 10 13 14 12 9 11 19 12 8 17 9 11 11 10 11 15 7 14 11 9 12 12 16 15 15 11 15 26 8 16 3 15

TO 28 28 16 9 19 15 18 20 21 14 17 15 20 12 15 17 21 6 14 14 18 17 16 15 17 20 15 11 18 7 16 14 19 18 10 12 18 13 15 14 10 21 12 12 23 15 17 11 20 22 18 17 12 10 11 17 20 15 18 14 6 8 14 10 14 10 20 16

B 2 6 2 4 1 1 1 2 6 1 2 4 3 8 4 2 2 4 2 4 4 5 2 4 2 4 2 3 7 3 2 3 6 5 5 8 0 7 1 5 2 4 5 0 0 4 1 5 1 4 3 2 2 2 1 3 0 1 3 0 3 4 2 9 0 4 2 6

S 8 17 6 5 10 11 12 8 6 11 7 10 8 13 9 6 4 11 4 4 7 5 11 8 8 9 6 5 1 9 7 11 12 11 6 5 6 4 6 4 13 7 6 4 5 9 6 9 8 8 9 9 4 5 5 3 11 7 9 6 5 4 6 5 5 2 9 11

PTS. 20 54 46 59 63 65 64 54 46 42 78 81 34 60 63 46 47 70 45 64 38 44 57 56 69 71 63 57 46 72 62 61 65 57 41 76 66 57 67 56 64 55 70 41 36 67 43 47 62 68 45 65 50 53 56 61 33 57 64 63 67 63 65 86 64 67 26 72

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2011-12 SUPERLATIVES

2011-12 INDIVIDUAL SEASON-HIGHS CATEGORY Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 made) 3-Pt. Field Goals Made

KANSAS STATE 31, Jalana Childs, vs. Iowa State (3/8/12) 13, Jalana Childs, vs. Iowa State (3/8/12) 23, Jalana Childs, vs. Iowa State (3/8/12) .818, Mariah White, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 8, Brittany Chambers, vs. Northwestern (12/19/11)

3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. (min. 5 attempts)

14, Brittany Chambers, twice .714, Brittany Chambers, at Kansas (1/7/12) .714, Mariah White, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 10, Jalana Childs, vs. Texas Tech (3/3/12)

Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Free Throw Pct. (Min 5 attempts) Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked Shots Turnovers Minutes Played

OPPONENT 45, Brittney Griner, Baylor (3/9/12) 19, Brittney Griner, Baylor (3/9/12) 28, Brittney Griner, Baylor (3/9/12) .833, Kiah Stokes, Connecticut (3/19/12) 5, Aaryn Ellenberg, Oklahoma (1/17/12) 5, Chassidy Fussell, Texas (2/1/12) 11, Morgan Jones, Northwestern (12/19/11) .625, Aaryn Ellenberg, Oklahoma (1/17/12) 9, Casey Garrison, Missouri State (11/18/11) 9, Carolyn Davis, Kansas (1/7/12) 12, Christine Flores, Missouri (2/25/12) 1.000, Casey Garrison, Missouri State (11/18/11) 1.000, Nikki Moody, Iowa State (3/8/12) 17, Aishah Sutherland, Kansas (2/12/12) 9, Angel Goodrich, Kansas (1/7/12) 9, Aaryn Ellenberg, Oklahoma (1/17/12) *

13, Jalana Childs, vs. Texas Tech (3/3/12) 1.000, Jalana Childs, twice 1.000, Brittany Chambers, at Oklahoma State (1/28/12) 13, Branshea Brown, vs. Northwestern (12/19/11) 11, Mariah White, vs. Texas A&M (1/4/12) 6, Tasha Dickey, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 6, Branshea Brown, at Texas (2/1/12) 4, Branshea Brown, vs. Kansas (2/12/12) 9, Brittany Chambers, at Oklahoma (2/15/12) 45, Brittany Chambers, twice

7, Brittney Griner, Baylor (3/9/12) 9, Eve Zelinger, Dartmouth (11/12/11) 44, Kyley Simmons, Missouri (2/25/12)

* - Bramlagae Coliseum opponent record

2011-12 TEAM SUPERLATIVES K-STATE HIGH 81, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) 28, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) 67, vs. Hofstra (11/24/11) 67, vs. Baylor (3/9/12) .540, vs. Texas A&M (1/4/12) 12, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) 28, at Oklahoma State (1/28/12) .545, at Kansas (1/7/12) 20, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) 31, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) .882, at Kansas (1/7/12) 23, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11)

35, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 58, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 22, at South Dakota State (11/18/11)

18, vs. Iowa (12/3/11) 28, vs. Darthmouth (11/12/11)

K-STATE LOW 26, vs. Connecticut (3/19/12) 10, at Texas A&M (2/8/12) 10, vs. Connecticut (3/19/12) 44, at Texas A&M (2/8/12)

67, Texas A&M (1/4/12)

FG Pct. 3-Pt. FG Made

.563, Baylor twice 10, Iowa (12/3/11)

3-Pt. FG Att. 3-Pt. FG Pct.

26, Oklahoma State (1/28/12) .538, Oklahoma (1/17/12)

1, vs. Purdue (11/25/11) 4, vs. Oklahoma State (2/22/12) .200, vs. Purdue (11/25/11) 4, vs. Iowa State (1/25/12) 4, vs. Kansas (2/12/12) 4, vs. Oklahoma State (2/22/12) 4, vs. Texas Tech (3/3/12) 12, vs. Baylor (2/4/12) 24, vs. Baylor (2/4/12) 7, vs. BYU (11/16/11)

Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Free Throw Pct. Offensive Rebounds

17, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 43, (2nd) vs. Baylor (3/9/12) .667, (2nd) vs. Iowa (12/3/11)

10, (1st) vs. Connecticut (3/19/12) .129, (1st) vs. Connecticut (3/19/12)

84

Field Goals Attempted

OPPONENT HIGH 86, Baylor (3/9/12) 36, Baylor (3/9/12)

.175, vs. Connecticut (3/19/12) 1, at UNLV (12/20/11) 1, vs. Kansas (2/12/12) 8, vs. Kansas (2/12/12) .077, at UNLV (12/20/11)

3, vs. Connecticut (3/19/12) 6, vs. North Dakota State (12/18/11) 6, vs. Iowa State (3/8/12) 0, vs. Baylor (2/4/12) 0, at Texas A&M (2/8/12) 0, at Iowa State (2/29/12) 0, vs. Texas Tech (3/3/12) 2, vs. Princeton (3/17/12)

8, vs. Wichita State (12/7/11)

CATEGORY Points Field Goals

Defensive Rebounds Rebounds Fouls

Assists Turnovers Blocked Shots

Steals Points in a Half FG Pct. in a Half

20, South Dakota State (12/10/11) 30, Baylor (1/21/12) 1.000, BYU (11/16/11) 24, Wichita State (12/7/11) 24, Texas A&M (1/4/12) 24, Baylor (1/21/12)

OPPONENT LOW 20, Dartmouth (11/12/11) 7, Dartmouth (11/12/11) 44, Purdue (11/25/11) 44, North Dakota State (12/18/11) .132, Dartmouth (11/12/11) 0, Dartmouth (11/12/11) 0, Wichita State (12/7/11) 5, Wichita State (12/7/11) .000, Dartmouth (11/12/11) .000, Wichita State (12/7/11) 4, Texas Tech (3/3/12) 5, BYU (11/16/11) .400, Texas Tech (3/3/12) 3, Marist (12/29/11)

36, Baylor (1/21/12) 60, Baylor (1/21/12) 23, Iowa (12/3/11)

17, Texas A&M (1/4/12) 27, Kansas (1/7/12) 9, Baylor (3/9/12) 9, Connecticut (3/19/12)

26, Baylor (3/9/12) 28, Dartmouth (11/12/11)

0, Dartmouth (11/12/11) 8, Iowa State (3/8/12)

9, Baylor (3/9/12)

12, Hofstra (11/24/11) 12, Oklahoma (1/17/12) 44, (2nd) Baylor (3/9/12) .633, (1st) Baylor (3/9/12)

0, Iowa State (1/25/12) 0, Princeton (3/17/12)

1, Missouri (1/11/12) 10, (1st & 2nd) Dartmouth (11/12/11) .080, (1st) South Dakota State (12/10/11)


2011-12 BOX SCORES GAME

1

DARTMOUTH KANSAS STATE

20 54

November 12, 2011 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Making her career-debut at K-State a memorable one, senior Tasha Dickey led the Wildcats to a season-opening 54-20 win on Saturday night in Bramlage Coliseum over Dartmouth. Dickey registered a career-high 20 points and six steals and added five rebounds and two blocks to her diverse final stat line. Her 20 points were the most scored by a Wildcat making their career debut in purple since Laurie Koehn poured in 27 against Georgia Tech on Nov. 16, 2001. Dickey’s six steals were the most by a Wildcat since Shalee Lehning tallied six against Chattanooga in the first round of the 2008 NCAA Tournament. Also adding to the cause on Saturday night were freshman Ashia Woods and sophomore Chantay Caron. Woods carded nine points, seven rebounds, three steals and a blocked shot in 18 minutes off the bench. Woods’ seven boards were the most by a Wildcat making her career debut since Ashley Sweat pulled in eight against Green Bay on Nov. 10, 2006. Caron registered seven points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals in 19 minutes of action off the bench. In total, K-State’s bench outscore the Dartmouth bench 262 on Saturday evening. As a team, K-State (1-0) recorded a sound defensive effort by allowing just 20 Dartmouth points, which were scored on just a 13.2 field goal percentage (7-of-53). The 20 points were the fewest allowed by the Wildcats since surrendering 18 to Mississippi Valley State on Dec. 1, 2006. In addition to the 20 points allowed, the Wildcats forced 28 Big Green turnovers with the aid of 17 steals. K-State also controlled the glass, 58-31. The 17 thefts were the most since K-State notched 23 against Western Illinois on Nov. 21, 2003. Kansas State jumped out to a 12-3 lead on the strength of its defense, by holding the Big Green to one field goal on its first 17 attempts in the first 10 minutes of the game. During the run, K-State was paced by the interior play of Jalana Childs with four points and the defense and rebounding of Dickey. Dickey ended an 8-minute K-State drought with her first career 3-point field goal at the six minute mark to give K-State a 16-6 lead. She then exploded to the basket for a layup to boost the K-State lead to 21-6. A fast break lay-in by Caron gave the Wildcats a 23-6 edge and forced Dartmouth to call their second timeout of the half. K-State pieced together an 11-4 run in the first eight minutes of the second half to extend the lead. Chisholm and Caron each hit a three during the run. The K-State defense opened the second half just as solid as the first, holding the Big Green to one field goal on their first 13 attempts in the opening 11 minutes. Dartmouth (0-1, 0-0 Ivy League) No. N A M E FG 3FG 34 Dosenko, Sasha f 0-10 0-1 05 Dawson, Tia c 2-5 0-0 11 Toskovic, Milica g 0-7 0-3 25 Steen, Faziah g 3-16 0-8 32 Zelinger, Eve g 2-9 0-4 12 Ross, Janelle 0-1 0-0 15 Thompson, Kamala 0-2 0-0 35 Hunter, Arianne 0-3 0-0 TEAM Totals 7-53 0-16

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

RB PF 2-1-3 1 0-2-2 1 0-1-1 3 0-3-3 2 1-1-2 3 0-3-3 3 1-3-4 1 1-0-1 0 6-6-12 6-9 11-20-31 14

1st Half .121 .000 .667

Kansas State (1-0, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 2-6 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-2 02 Chambers, Brittany g 0-6 13 Dickey, Tasha g 7-14 22 White, Mariah g 0-1 01 Texada, Haley 1-7 10 Brown, Heidi 0-2 11 Caron, Chantay 3-6 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-2 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-2 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 2-6 23 Woods, Ashia 4-6 TEAM Totals 20-60

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

FT 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0

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

2nd Half .150 .000 .667

RB PF 4-6-10 0 3-1-4 2 1-3-4 1 2-3-5 2 0-1-1 3 1-4-5 0 1-1-2 1 2-2-4 0 1-2-3 2 0-1-1 0 1-2-3 1 2-5-7 1 5-4-9 4-23 10-18 23-35-58 13

1st Half .414 .154 .700

FT 0-0 1-2 1-2 5-6 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-2

2nd Half .258 .200 .375

TP 1 4 0 9 4 2 0 0

A MIN 0 22 0 30 0 31 0 36 0 27 0 23 0 20 0 11

20

0 200

Game .132 .000 .667 2

TP 4 3 1 20 0 4 0 7 0 0 6 9

A MIN 0 14 0 14 1 12 0 23 1 18 3 22 0 7 2 19 0 20 0 11 0 22 1 18

54

8 200

Game .333 .174 .556 6

Officials: Beverly Roberts, Bryan Enterline, Jesse Dickerson Technical Fouls: Dartmouth-Bench; Kansas State-None Attendance: 2,889 Score by Periods Dartmouth Kansas State

1st 10 33

2nd 10 21

Total 20 54

GAME

2

BYU KANSAS STATE

46 59

November 16, 2011 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Holding a delicate two-point lead early in the second half, K-State was able to press past BYU with a decisive 13-2 run to register the second straight 20 start and the 12th under Deb Patterson with a 59-46 win on Wednesday night in Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats were led by forward Jalana Childs with a game-high 18 points and nine rebounds. The effort was the 36th career double-figure scoring effort for the senior from Orlando, Fla. Joining Childs in double figures were Brittany Chambers with 13 points and Mariah White with 11 points, five assists and two steals. BYU (1-2) also saw three players reach double figures led by Lexi Eaton with 16 points, while Haley Steed chipped in with 13 and Kim Parker added 11. The Wildcats held a 29-21 lead at the half, but the Cougars cut the deficit to two with 12:22 remaining on a Parker jumper, 37-35. This was the last field goal BYU would connect on over the next 10 minutes, as the Wildcats pieced together a 12-2 run capped by consecutive layups from Mariah White and a three-point play from Chantay Caron. Caron helped the Wildcats to a 10-0 bench scoring advantage with eight. Six free throws in the final minute and a half provided the Wildcats with the final margin, 59-46. In the first half, BYU trimmed a nine-point K-State lead to two, 20-18, with 5:15 remaining, the Wildcats pushed back out with a 7-0 run. Caron provided the spark for the run with a jumper and a three-pointer from the corner to give K-State a 27-18 lead with 1:30 remaining in the opening stanza. For the night, K-State turned 16 offensive rebounds into 16 second-half points and outrebounded the Cougars, 40-35. The Wildcats were 10-of-12 from the foul line on the evening, which was K-State’s best percentage since carding a free throw percentage of 88.9 against Colorado on Feb. 16, 2011. BYU (1-2, 0-0 WCC) No. N A M E 32 Peterson, Dani 35 Riley, Kristen 04 Parker, Kim 21 Eaton, Lexi 33 Steed, Haley 02 Rovetti, Stephanie 03 Garfield, Ashley 11 Harry, Xojian 12 Vermunt, Stephanie 41 Bailey, Morgan TEAM Totals

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

FG f 2-7 f 1-6 g 5-10 g 6-11 g 5-13 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-3

19-55 3-14

FT 0-0 0-0 1-1 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 2-1-3 2 0-3-3 3 1-2-3 2 0-5-5 1 1-4-5 4 2-0-2 1 2-0-2 0 0-0-0 0 0-3-3 1 0-2-2 0 3-4-7 5-5 11-24-35 14

1st Half .321 .333 1.000

Kansas State (2-0, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 8-17 34 Brown, Branshea f 2-6 02 Chambers, Brittany g 3-14 13 Dickey, Tasha g 1-4 22 White, Mariah g 5-11 11 Caron, Chantay 3-4 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 1-5 23 Woods, Ashia 0-0 TEAM Totals 23-62

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-1 3-6 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1

3FG 0-1 0-0 1-6 1-3 0-3 1-1 0-0 0-3 0-0

2nd Half .370 .125 1.000

RB PF 5-4-9 1 2-5-7 4 2-2-4 0 0-6-6 0 1-3-4 1 1-0-1 1 1-0-1 0 1-2-3 0 0-0-0 0 3-2-5 3-17 10-12 16-24-40 7

1st Half .353 .300 1.000

FT 2-3 0-0 6-7 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

2nd Half .393 .000 .800

TP 4 2 11 16 13 0 0 0 0 0

A MIN 1 27 2 30 1 31 1 33 5 35 1 11 0 7 0 4 0 11 0 11

46

11 200

Game .345 .214 1.000 1

TP 18 4 13 3 11 8 0 2 0

A MIN 0 36 1 34 4 39 0 21 5 36 0 10 1 6 0 17 0 1

59

11 200

Game .371 .176 .833 1

Officials: Michael Price, Laura Morris, Jules Gallien Technical Fouls: BYU-None; Kansas State-None Attendance: 2,889 Score by Periods BYU Kansas State

1st 21 29

2nd 25 30

Total 46 59

GAME

3

MISSOURI STATE KANSAS STATE

63 65

November 18, 2011 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State led by as many as 16 points over Missouri State on Friday night at Bramlage Coliseum and withstood a late charge by the Lady Bears to claim the victory, 65-63, in non-conference action. K-State (3-0) was led by junior guard Brittany Chambers with 25 points. Chambers was stymied in the second half as Missouri State could not slow her down in the first half when she scored 20 of her points. She was hitting from long range, shooting 6-of12 from beyond the arc. Chambers was joined in double figures by Jalana Childs with 14 points and Tasha Dickey with 10. Chambers also led the team with seven rebounds. The charge by Missouri State (1-2) was created by guard Casey Garrison, as she led the Bears with 26 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals. She made half her shots from the field and was a perfect 9-of-9 at the free-throw line. She was the only player for Missouri State to post double digits in points, but the pair of Christiana Shorter and Karly Buer each scored nine points. Shorter hauled in 10 rebounds and also tallied three steals. K-State jumped on the Lady Bears early with the Wildcats leading 10-2 three minutes into the contest. Missouri State would pull within 10 points late in the opening frame, but the Wildcats answered by outscoring the Lady Bears 8-4 over the final four minutes to hold a 41-27 lead at halftime. Missouri State would come out of the locker room to go on a 10-0 run to get within striking distance of the Wildcats. K-State would battle back to build a second-half lead of 13 points with 4:52 remaining. The Lady Bears would continue to chip away at the lead until a layup by Buer would make it a one-point ballgame with 27 seconds remaining. After making one of her two free throws, Childs extended the lead to two points and gave Missouri State a chance to play for overtime or go for the win on the final possession. The Lady Bears would miss four shots on their possession as the Wildcats failed to keep Missouri State from crashing the boards late. A final shot by Jaleshia Roberson missed and Mariah White pulled down the rebound for K-State as time expired for the win. Chambers’ 25 points marks a new season-best and the 14th time she has scored 20 or more in a game in her career. It was also the 16th time she has made at least four 3-pointers. Missouri State (1-2, 0-0 MVC) No. N A M E FG 33 Shorter, Christiana f 3-7 40 Soldner, Regan f 0-0 05 Garrison, Casey g 8-16 14 Buer, Karly g 3-10 23 Roberson, Jaleshia g 1-6 00 Wilkerson, Hannah 1-3 01 Edie, Whitney 0-0 12 Malone, Jasmine 3-5 15 Gaines, NiJay 0-2 44 Boshe, Lacey 2-4 TEAM Totals 21-53

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

FT 3-6 0-0 9-9 2-2 0-1 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2

RB PF 5-5-10 3 0-2-2 1 5-3-8 2 0-5-5 2 1-2-3 2 0-1-1 1 1-3-4 3 1-1-2 2 0-1-1 0 2-1-3 3 1-1-2 3-15 18-24 16-25-41 19

1st Half .391 .125 .727

Kansas State (3-0, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 5-13 34 Brown, Branshea f 3-6 02 Chambers, Brittany g 8-20 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-4 22 White, Mariah g 1-4 01 Texada, Haley 0-1 11 Caron, Chantay 1-1 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-1 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-2 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 1-1 23 Woods, Ashia 0-1 TEAM Totals 22-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

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

3FG 0-0 0-0 6-12 2-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0

2nd Half .400 .286 .769

RB PF 1-3-4 4 1-3-4 4 3-4-7 1 2-2-4 5 0-2-2 4 0-0-0 1 2-1-3 0 0-1-1 1 0-1-1 0 1-0-1 1 0-2-2 0 0-2-2 9-19 12-20 12-19-31 21

1st Half .483 .615 .500

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

2nd Half .320 .167 .700

TP 9 0 26 9 3 3 0 7 0 6

A MIN 2 32 1 17 4 39 2 27 2 23 0 10 1 13 0 14 0 6 0 19

63

12 200

Game .396 .200 .750 3

TP 14 6 25 10 5 0 2 0 0 3 0

A MIN 1 33 3 32 2 39 1 22 3 25 0 4 3 14 0 3 0 3 1 19 0 6

65

14 200

Game .407 .474 .600 3

Officials: Scott Yarbrough, Lisa Jones, Gina Cross Technical Fouls: Missouri State-None; Kansas State-None Attendance: 2,918 Score by Periods Missouri State Kansas State

1st 27 41

2nd 36 24

Total 63 65

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2011-12 BOX SCORES GAME

4

KANSAS STATE HOFSTRA

54 64

November 24, 2011 • Cancun, Mexico

CANCUN, Mexico – K-State received the third double-double of Jalana Childs’ career and the third double figure scoring effort of the season from Tasha Dickey, but Hofstra used a balanced attack to send the Wildcats to their first loss of the season on Thursday afternoon, 64-54, in the Cancun Challenge at the Moon Palace Resort. The Wildcats (3-1) were paced by Childs who finished with a game-high 20 points and 11 rebounds for her third career double-double and her first since Jan. 9, 2011 against Oklahoma State. Playing in her 101st career game, Childs registered her 38th career double figure scoring performance and her fourth career double figure rebounding effort. Joining Childs in double digits was Dickey with 15 points. The senior from Sandy, Utah completed her stat line with six rebounds and three steals. The Pride (3-1) was led by preseason All-CAA first team selection Shante Evans with 19 points and seven rebounds. Also in double figures for Hofstra was Katelyn Loper, who was held 10 points below her season average, with 10 points on Thursday afternoon. K-State jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead on the Pride, as Dickey, Brittany Chambers and Mariah White all recorded layups to force a Hofstra timeout with 18:09 to play in the opening half. From this point until the halftime buzzer, Hofstra piled up a 30-10 run to take a 30-16 advantage into the locker room. The Wildcats were able to cut the deficit to five, 45-40, with 10:41 to play on a layup by Dickey and force a Hofstra timeout. Following a pair of empty possessions by the Wildcats, Loper bumped the Pride lead back to eight, 48-40, with her second and final 3-point field goal of the night. From this point on, K-State was only able to cut the deficit to six on a White layup with 2:03 to play. Hofstra, who entered the contest averaging 90.3 points per game and a field goal percentage of .479, finished shooting .411 from the field. The Wildcats were held to a field goal percentage of .328 while shooting 2-of-17 from beyond the arc. Kansas State (3-1, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 8-16 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-4 02 Chambers, Brittany g 4-19 13 Dickey, Tasha g 5-15 22 White, Mariah g 3-5 01 Texada, Haley 0-1 11 Caron, Chantay 1-5 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-2 23 Woods, Ashia 0-0 TEAM Totals 22-67

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds Hofstra (3-1, 0-0 CAA) No. N A M E 30 Evans, Shante 02 Bond, Candace 10 Bellocchio, Candice 22 Capurso, Nicole 31 Loper, Katelyn 05 Thomas, Andreana 23 Green, Deven 35 Malone, Marie 40 Onyeuku, Anma TEAM Totals

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-9 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

FT 4-4 0-2 0-1 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 6-5-11 4 2-6-8 3 1-4-5 1 3-3-6 3 1-6-7 5 0-0-0 0 3-1-4 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 1 0-0-0 1 1-0-1 2-17 8-11 17-26-43 18

1st Half .206 .000 .667

FG f 9-14 g 2-3 g 2-5 g 2-11 g 4-11 2-4 1-3 0-2 1-3

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

2nd Half .455 .250 .750

RB 4-3-7 0-5-5 0-2-2 1-5-6 0-3-3 1-2-3 0-1-1 0-3-3 1-2-3 2-1-3 23-56 3-9 15-18 9-27-36 1st Half .344 .500 1.000

FT 1-1 2-2 4-7 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2

2nd Half .500 .200 .750

TP 20 2 9 15 6 0 2 0 0 0 0

A MIN 1 38 0 24 1 39 0 29 8 37 0 1 0 18 0 1 0 2 0 9 0 2

54

10 200

Game .328 .118 .727 2

PF 3 4 2 2 1 0 0 2 0 14

TP 19 6 8 9 10 4 2 2 4

A MIN 1 31 0 23 2 33 3 30 0 27 1 15 0 15 0 16 0 10

64

7 200

Game .411 .333 .833 3

Officials: Doug Knight, Pualani Spurlock, Kathy Ridilla Technical Fouls: Kansas State-None; Hofstra-None Attendance: 143 Score by Periods Kansas State Hofstra

1st 16 30

2nd 38 34

Total 54 64

GAME

5

(15/17) PURDUE KANSAS STATE

46 42 (ot)

November 25, 2011 • Cancun, Mexico

CANCUN, Mexico – Kansas State used the momentum of a late first half run to capture a five-point lead in the second half, but No. 15/17 Purdue clawed its way back into the contest to force overtime and hold on for a 46-42 win on Friday night in the 2011 Cancun Challenge. K-State (3-2) was paced by the tandem of Jalana Childs and Brittany Chambers. Childs recorded a career-high 23 points, which came a day after she tallied her third career double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds against Hofstra. Chambers notched 10 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and two steals. This was Chambers’ fifth career double-double and her second against Purdue, as she tallied 18 points and 12 rebounds against the Boilermakers in last season’s NCAA Tournament contest. Purdue (6-0), playing its fourth game in six days, was led by Brittany Rayburn with 16 points on 3-of-14 shooting, but was able to convert 8-of-11 from the foul line. Joining Rayburn in twin figures was KK Houser with 11. After a sluggish start to the first half for both teams, Purdue was able to secure a 10-point lead, 19-9, with 6:30 to play. The Wildcats were able to jump start their offense with consecutive three-point field goals from Chambers and Dickey. K-State closed the stanza on a 13-5 run to trail 24-21 at the break. The Wildcats were paced in the first half by Childs with 11 points. K-State also received five points, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals from Chambers in the half. The Wildcats captured their first lead since early in the first half, 30-29, on a jump hook in the lane by Childs with 14:50 to play in regulation. K-State would extend the advantage to five, 34-29, on a Mariah White steal and fullcourt drive for a layup which forced a Purdue timeout. The Boilermakers, who were held without a point for eight and a half minutes of the second half, were able to hold the Wildcats to just six points over the final seven minutes of regulation and use an 11-6 run to close out the second stanza. Purdue secured the win in overtime with four free throws after the teams traded baskets. The Boilermakers were 17-of-22 from the foul line in the game, while K-State was just 1-of-5 from the charity stripe. The Wildcats won the turnover battle, 21-14, which included 11 steals. This was just the second time in the last 65 such games that K-State has lost when holding an opponent to fewer than 49 points, 63-2. (15/17) Purdue (6-0, 0-0 Big Ten) No. N A M E FG 32 Ostarello, Sam f 2-7 40 Jones, Chelsea c 2-3 05 Rayburn, Brittany g 3-14 22 Houser, KK g 3-9 43 Poston, Chantel g 1-4 02 Howard, Antionette 0-0 04 Thornton, Torrie 0-0 20 Williams, Dee Dee 0-0 23 Clemons, Liza 0-0 41 Guyton, Alex 2-7 54 Woods, Samantha 0-0 TEAM Totals 13-44

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .316 .200 .733

Kansas State (3-2, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 11-20 34 Brown, Branshea f 0-7 02 Chambers, Brittany g 4-12 13 Dickey, Tasha g 1-6 22 White, Mariah g 1-4 11 Caron, Chantay 0-2 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-2 23 Woods, Ashia 2-11 TEAM Totals 19-65

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .310 .400 .250

3FG FT RB PF 0-1 3-5 5-5-10 0 0-0 0-0 0-5-5 2 2-6 8-11 1-7-8 2 1-4 4-4 0-4-4 4 0-0 2-2 1-3-4 2 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 3 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 2-3-5 3-11 17-22 11-33-44 14 2nd Half .286 .333 1.000

3FG 0-0 0-0 2-6 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-5 3-14

A MIN 2 38 0 26 2 42 2 32 0 35 2 14 0 5 0 16 0 1 0 14 0 2

46

8 225

OT .250 .000 .800

FT 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

RB PF 3-1-4 4 2-5-7 3 5-6-11 2 0-2-2 1 1-1-2 3 1-2-3 1 0-0-0 1 0-1-1 0 1-2-3 4 3-2-5 1-5 16-22-38 19

2nd Half .333 .167 .000

TP 7 4 16 11 4 0 0 0 0 4 0

OT .111 .000 .000

Game .295 .273 .773 3

TP 23 0 10 3 2 0 0 0 4

A MIN 0 38 2 35 3 44 0 15 2 41 1 15 0 4 0 4 1 29

42

9 225 Game .292 .214 .200 1

86

1st Half 24 21

2nd Half 16 19

6

OT 6 2

Game 46 42

(--/rv) IOWA KANSAS STATE

78 81 (ot)

December 3, 2011 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Wildcats had a 13-point lead over the Iowa Hawkeyes only to see it disappear, but a strong defensive effort in overtime without star player Jalana Childs gave Kansas State the 81-78 victory on Saturday night. Childs fouled out of the game with 2:34 remaining in overtime and the score tied at 76, and her teammates responded and allowed Iowa to only score once the rest of the way for the win. K-State (4-2) had its opportunities to put the game away but missed four free throws down the stretch. Thanks to solid defense from the Wildcats the missed free throws did not come back to hurt K-State as Iowa (5-3) shot just 2-of-5 in the overtime period. Brittany Chambers led the Wildcats in scoring with 23 points hitting three shots from long range during the contest. She also pulled down six rebounds, all on the defensive side, to help K-State in transition. Childs posted 20 points on 8-of-12 shooting and was a perfect 4-of-4 at the free-throw line. Branshea Brown led the Wildcats in rebounds with seven. Five of those were offensive rebounds that helped K-State tally 15 second chance points. With the scored tied at 32 after the first half, Kansas State used a 15-2 run to open the second half 47-34 and create the largest lead of the night for the Wildcats. That lead would dwindle down to just one point with 8:48 remaining in regulation after a 3-pointer by Kamile Wahlin. The Hawkeyes would keep it close over the next three minutes before claiming the lead themselves with 5:12 left, 68-67. Iowa did build a lead as large as four points, but K-State would force overtime with a layup by Mariah White with just over a minute left. Sharp shooting from Iowa’s Jaime Printy and Kalli Hansen is what pulled the Hawkeyes back into the game as Printy posted 21 points and Hansen added 11 – 10 of them in the second half. Wahlin scored 13, and Morgan Johnson had 17 inside for Iowa. It was a see-saw battle in the first half before K-State was able to go on the 15-2 run and open the lead up. There were a total of six lead changes and five ties in the first half alone. The difference in the game was inside, where the Wildcats had a clear advantage with Childs and Brown. K-State scored 42 points in the paint, to Iowa’s 26. (--/rv) Iowa (5-3, 0-0 Big Ten) No. N A M E FG 12 Johnson, Morgan c 6-11 02 Wahlin, Kamille g 4-6 20 Krei, Kelly g 1-3 22 Logic, Samantha g 3-7 24 Printy, Jaime g 5-15 03 Hansen, Kalli 4-6 21 Dixon, Melissa 1-3 23 Taylor, Theairra 1-3 33 Reynolds, Kathryn 0-0 51 Doolittle, Bethany 0-0 TEAM Totals 25-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .379 .455 .625

Kansas State (4-2, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 8-12 34 Brown, Branshea f 4-5 02 Chambers, Brittany g 7-17 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-7 22 White, Mariah g 3-7 01 Texada, Haley 0-1 11 Caron, Chantay 1-3 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 2-5 TEAM Totals 28-57

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .407 .333 .875

3FG FT 0-0 5-6 3-4 2-2 1-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 3-6 8-11 2-3 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 3-3-6 3 0-3-3 2 0-1-1 2 1-5-6 5 2-0-2 3 1-5-6 3 0-0-0 0 0-2-2 4 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 1 3-2-5 10-19 18-23 10-22-32 23 2nd Half .600 1.000 .867

A MIN 2 38 4 43 0 28 4 29 6 38 2 21 0 7 1 12 0 2 0 7

78

19 225

OT .400 .000 .000

3FG FT 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-1 3-10 6-11 2-3 4-5 0-2 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-5

RB PF 1-1-2 5 5-2-7 4 0-6-6 2 3-3-6 2 0-1-1 3 0-0-0 0 2-2-4 1 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 1 1-1-2 2 2-5-7 5-18 20-31 14-21-35 21 2nd Half .667 .286 .615

TP 17 13 3 6 21 11 3 4 0 0

Game .463 .526 .783 3

TP 20 8 23 12 7 0 4 0 0 7

A MIN 1 39 3 29 3 45 2 30 7 39 1 2 0 14 0 4 0 2 1 21

81

18 225

OT .167 .000 .500

Game .491 .278 .645 4

OT 4 7

Game 78 81

Officials: Laura Morris, Bryan Enterline, Gina Cross Technical Fouls: Iowa - Taylor; Kansas State - None Attendance: 3,774 Score by Period Iowa Kansas State

Officials: Felicia Grinter, Doug Knight, Kathy Ridilla Technical Fouls: Purdue - None; Kansas State - None Attendance: 212 Score by Period Purdue Kansas State

GAME

1st Half 32 32

2nd Half 42 42


2011-12 BOX SCORES GAME

7

WICHITA STATE KANSAS STATE

34 60

December 7, 2011 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State put together a suffocating defensive effort and Brittany Chambers registered the 1,000th point of her career, as K-State defeated Wichita State on Wednesday night, 60-34. Chambers finished the evening with a game-high 17 points on 6-of-13 shooting. She also added a team-high eight rebounds and pocketed a career-high-tying three steals. She is the 37th player in school history to reach the 1,000-point mark for her career and the first junior to do so since Ashley Sweat in the 2008-09 season. Joining Chambers in double figures was Jalana Childs. The senior from Orlando, Fla., entered the game with three straight games of 20 or more points, but Childs was held to 12 points. She completed her stat line with five rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot. As a team, K-State (5-2) held its fourth opponent this season to under 49 points by limiting the Shockers to a .190 field goal percentage which included an 0-of-5 effort from beyond the arc. The Wildcats forced 20 Wichita State turnovers and recorded 13 steals Wichita State (3-5) was paced by Chynna Turner with 11 points and a game-high 14 rebounds. Also adding to the effort was Jessica Diamond 10. In the first half, a JuliAnne Chisholm three-point play followed by a Chantay Caron layup pushed K-State out to a 10-point lead, 22-12, with 6:22 remaining. After the Shockers called a timeout, Mariah White tallied a steal on the ensuing Wichita State possession. Chambers capped the resulting Wildcats’ possession with a driving ball fake and layup for a 24-12 K-State lead. K-State concluded the opening stanza with a 9-5 advantage, as Chambers tallied five points on a pair of free throws and a three-pointer. The Wildcats shot .379 from the field on the way to a 33-17 halftime lead. The 17 points surrendered by K-State were the fewest in a half since the Wildcats held Dartmouth to 10 points in both halves of the season-opening win. The Wildcats used an 8-2 run early in the second half to build a 20-point lead, 4525. The run started on the back of a Branshea Brown layup, followed by a Chambers three and a layup and concluded on a Caron free throw with 13:15 remaining. The Shockers cut into the K-State lead, 47-33, by holding the Wildcats without a field goal for over seven minutes. Childs ended the drought with a jump hook in the lane to give K-State a 49-33 lead with 4:49 to play. Chambers put the finishing touches on the scoring for K-State, as she connected on her final attempt of the night, a three-pointer from the left wing with under a minute to play. The points gave her exactly 1,000 for her career. Wichita State (3-5, 0-0 MVC) No. N A M E FG 25 Turner, Chynna f 5-9 34 Gordon, Jazimen c 0-2 04 Sanchez, Alicia g 0-2 12 Diamond, Jessica g 4-15 21 Lankster, Haleigh g 2-12 01 Jones, Jasmine 0-4 03 Henderson, Krystle 0-2 05 O' Brien, Molly 0-5 13 Jacobs, Kelsey 0-1 24 Harden, Alex 0-6 31 Wells, Nicole 0-0 TEAM Totals 11-58

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .200 .000 .583

Kansas State (5-2, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 6-13 34 Brown, Branshea f 2-7 02 Chambers, Brittany g 6-13 13 Dickey, Tasha g 1-7 22 White, Mariah g 1-3 01 Texada, Haley 0-3 11 Caron, Chantay 1-2 14 Wittman, Stephanie 1-2 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 1-5 23 Woods, Ashia 3-6 TEAM Totals 22-62

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .379 .286 .900

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 5-8 0-2 3-6 0-0

RB PF 5-9-14 2 1-1-2 0 0-0-0 0 3-1-4 0 2-1-3 3 1-2-3 2 0-2-2 2 1-2-3 3 2-6-8 2 2-2-4 1 0-0-0 1 7-4-11 0-5 12-22 24-30-54 16

TP 11 0 0 10 5 0 0 5 0 3 0

A MIN 0 25 0 19 0 7 2 25 0 24 0 22 0 20 1 22 0 16 0 17 0 3

34

3 200

2nd Half .182 .000 .500

3FG 0-0 0-0 3-7 1-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-2

FT 0-1 1-2 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 4-4 1-1 0-0

RB PF 2-3-5 0 3-3-6 3 2-6-8 2 0-2-2 0 1-4-5 1 0-1-1 0 3-2-5 2 0-2-2 2 0-0-0 1 0-1-1 2 1-6-7 2 1-2-3 5-16 11-14 13-32-45 15 2nd Half .333 .333 .500

Game .190 .000 .545 0

TP 12 5 17 5 2 0 3 2 4 3 7 60

A MIN 2 28 2 24 0 31 0 21 4 26 0 9 1 16 0 8 0 8 0 10 1 19 10 200 Game .355 .313 .786 1

Officials: Beverly Roberts, Brian Hall, Maj Forsberg Technical Fouls: Wichita State - None; Kansas State - None Attendance: 2,742 Score by Period Wichita State Kansas State

1st Half 17 33

2nd Half 17 27

GAME

8

KANSAS STATE SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

63 46

December 10, 2011 • Brookings, S.D.

BROOKINGS, S.D. – Kansas State used a stifling school-record tying defensive effort in the first half to hold back South Dakota State at Frost Arena on Saturday night, 63-46. The Wildcats have now won three straight for the second time this season. K-State (6-2) saw three players reach double figures led by Brittany Chambers with a game-high 18 points, which included a 4-of-9 performance from beyond the arc. Just behind Chambers in scoring was junior Branshea Brown with 13 points and a team-high seven rebounds. Brown also contributed two assists, two steals and a blocked shot. Joining Chambers and Brown was junior guard Mariah White. The product of Midwest City, Okla., tallied 10 points, four rebounds, four assists, two steals and a blocked shot. South Dakota State (6-4) was paced by Katie Lingle with 10 points. Kansas State built a 20-3 lead to start the game off of its defense, as the run was capped by a jump shot from White on the left wing with 8:07 remaining. The Jackrabbits were held without a field goal for the first 13 minutes of the game before Jennie Sunnarborg connected on a three-pointer from the top of the key with 7:10 remaining to narrow the deficit to 20-8. K-State continued to pour on the defensive pressure, as the Wildcats held South Dakota State to a 2-of-25 performance from the field to lead 31-14 at the break. The two made field goals tied the school record for fewest field goals allowed in a half (2 – vs. Mississippi Valley State, Dec. 1, 2006). The 8.0 field goal percentage by the Jackrabbits was a season-low performance by a K-State opponent. The Wildcats continued its strong defensive effort into the second half, as the Jackrabbits finished the contest 11-of-51 from the field for a .216 field goal percentage. K-State built its largest lead of 24, 46-22, with 11:47 to play on a Jalana Childs layup. The lone area South Dakota State had an edge on K-State was at the foul line. The Jackrabbits connected on 20-of-25 attempts from the charity stripe while K-State was 9-of-14. Kansas State (6-2, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 3-10 34 Brown, Branshea f 4-7 02 Chambers, Brittany g 7-17 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-5 22 White, Mariah g 4-5 01 Texada, Haley 0-2 10 Brown, Heidi 0-0 11 Caron, Chantay 1-3 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 20 Ostermann, Emma 1-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-1 23 Woods, Ashia 1-3 TEAM Totals 24-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .423 .333 .700

3FG 0-0 0-0 4-9 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0

FT 2-2 5-9 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

RB PF 2-4-6 2 2-5-7 3 1-3-4 3 0-2-2 3 1-3-4 3 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 1 1-3-4 2 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 0 1-2-3 1 1-1-2 3 1-4-5 6-14 9-14 10-27-37 22

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

A MIN 4 26 2 36 1 36 1 20 4 34 0 2 0 1 2 14 0 3 0 6 0 8 0 14

63

14 200

2nd Half .464 .500 .500

South Dakota State (6-4, 2-0 Summit) No. N A M E FG 3FG FT 31 Sunnarborg, Jennie f 1-13 1-1 0-0 42 Lingle, Katie c 3-7 0-0 4-6 10 Young, Jill g 0-4 0-3 4-4 15 Paluch, Steph g 0-5 0-0 3-4 30 Eide, Ashley g 3-4 1-1 2-3 03 Stuart, Megan 0-2 0-0 3-4 04 Boever, Gabrielle 2-5 1-1 0-0 12 Heiser, Tara 0-1 0-0 0-0 14 Strop, Hannah 0-1 0-1 0-0 21 Dietel, Leah 1-1 0-0 2-2 23 Walters, Rachel 1-2 1-2 2-2 24 Waytashek, Megan 0-3 0-1 0-0 40 Clarin, Mariah 0-3 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 11-51 4-10 20-25 1st Half .080 .167 .900

TP 8 13 18 7 10 0 0 2 0 3 0 2

Game .444 .429 .643 2

RB PF 1-2-3 2 5-4-9 1 0-4-4 0 0-0-0 1 2-0-2 3 1-1-2 1 0-1-1 3 0-1-1 1 0-2-2 0 0-1-1 0 1-0-1 1 1-1-2 1 2-4-6 2 3-2-5 16-23-39 16

2nd Half .346 .750 .733

TP 3 10 4 3 9 3 5 0 0 4 5 0 0 46

A MIN 0 21 0 24 2 25 0 21 2 21 0 5 1 19 1 9 0 6 0 11 0 10 0 15 0 13 6 200 Game .216 .400 .800 2

Officials: Nick Marshall, Ann Schroeder, Ben Franson Technical Fouls: Kansas State - None; South Dakota State - None Attendance: 3,302 Score by Period Kansas State South Dakota State

1st Half 31 14

2nd Half 32 32

GAME

9

NORTH DAKOTA STATE KANSAS STATE

47 70

December 18, 2011 • Las Vegas, Nev.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Kansas State used a balanced offensive performance to pick apart North Dakota State in the second half on Sunday night to cruise to a 70-47 win in the BTI Invitational at the Cox Pavilion. K-State has now won four straight for the first time since Jan. 15-Feb. 9 of last season. The Wildcats (7-2) were led by junior guard Brittany Chambers with a game-high 16 points. This was the 54th career game in double figures for Chambers. Joining Chambers in double figures was Jalana Childs with 12 points and five rebounds. North Dakota State (2-9) was paced by Dani DeGagne with 16 points while Abby Plucker added seven points and nine rebounds. K-State built a 13-7 first half lead following a Chambers reverse layup. The Bison closed the gap to two, 13-11 on a DeGagne lay-in. The Wildcats were able to push back out in front of NDSU with a 9-4 run highlighted by consecutive baskets from Childs for a 22-17 lead. After North Dakota State cut K-State’s lead again to two, 22-20, with 6:12 remaining the Wildcats closed out the opening stanza with a 9-2 run. During the run, Dickey notched a layup and a three-pointer to pace the Wildcats to a 31-22 halftime lead. The Wildcats built a 15-point advantage in the first six minutes of the second half, 39-24, with an 8-2 run. K-State was able to force NDSU into four turnovers during this stretch. Kansas State continued to build its lead, reaching a high of 29 with 2:09 remaining on a JuliAnne Chisholm three-point field goal. For the night, K-State was 26-of-59 (.441) from the field while holding the Bison to 16-of-44 (.364). The Wildcats dished out 14 assists while recording a season-low six turnovers. On the defensive side, the Wildcats were able to force NDSU into 21 turnovers with 11 K-State steals. Kansas State tallied 29 points of the Bison turnovers. North Dakota State (2-9, 0-0 Summit) No. N A M E FG 3FG FT 45 Burich, Janae c 1-4 0-0 0-2 04 DeGagne, Dani g 6-10 0-1 4-5 22 Linz, Hannah g 3-5 3-4 0-0 24 Van Kirk, Jamie g 2-7 0-2 3-4 32 Plucker, Abby g 2-7 0-1 3-4 14 Muri, Danielle 0-3 0-1 1-2 30 Lopez, Jennifer 0-0 0-0 0-0 34 Browning, Ali 0-0 0-0 0-0 40 Stephenson, Miki 1-4 0-0 0-0 42 Gaines, Britney 1-3 0-0 0-0 44 Jones, Catavia 0-1 0-0 1-2 TEAM Totals 16-44 3-9 12-19 1st Half .375 .500 .500

2nd Half .350 .200 .667

Kansas State (7-2, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 5-11 34 Brown, Branshea f 3-4 02 Chambers, Brittany g 4-12 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-5 22 White, Mariah g 0-2 01 Texada, Haley 1-5 10 Brown, Heidi 0-1 11 Caron, Chantay 4-5 14 Wittman, Stephanie 2-3 20 Ostermann, Emma 1-4 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 1-3 23 Woods, Ashia 2-4 Totals 26-59

3FG FT 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-8 6-9 1-3 1-3 0-1 2-2 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 1-2 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-23 12-18

1st Half .483 .333 .000

2nd Half .400 .214 .706

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

RB PF 1-3-4 0 0-7-7 4 0-0-0 1 1-3-4 4 2-7-9 1 0-2-2 0 1-0-1 0 0-0-0 0 2-2-4 1 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 1 6-1-7 13-26-39 12

TP 2 16 9 7 7 1 0 0 2 2 1

A MIN 0 19 1 31 1 26 2 31 1 31 0 16 0 5 0 1 1 24 0 6 0 10

47

6 200 Game .364 .333 .632 4

RB PF 3-2-5 2 0-1-1 0 1-4-5 0 0-0-0 3 1-3-4 2 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 2-2-4 2 0-1-1 2 0-0-0 2 1-4-5 1 2-1-3 2 10-18-28 16

TP 12 6 16 8 2 2 0 9 5 3 3 4 70

A MIN 0 26 0 22 5 27 0 15 5 22 2 16 0 3 1 14 0 10 0 11 0 15 1 19 14 200 Game .441 .261 .667 3

Officials: Randy Campbell, Connie Pardue, Darla Foutz Technical Fouls: North Dakota State - Bench 2; Kansas State - None Attendance: 980 Score by Period North Dakota State Kansas State

1st Half 22 31

2nd Half 25 39

Game 47 70

Game 63 46

Game 34 60

87


2011-12 BOX SCORES GAME

10

KANSAS STATE (rv/--) NORTHWESTERN

64 45

December 19, 2011 • Las Vegas, Nev.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – With a sterling performance in the first half and a combined 47 points from Brittany Chambers and Jalana Childs, Kansas State distanced itself from Northwestern to register a 64-45 win at the BTI Invitational for its fifth straight victory. Kansas State (8-2) entered the contest ranked eighth in the nation in scoring defense (49.3 ppg) and seventh in the country in field goal percentage defense (.312). The Wildcats held Northwestern to 26 points below their season average of 71 points. This was the seventh time in 10 games that K-State has held an opponent to 49-points or less. K-State was led by Chambers who finished with a season-high 29 points on 9-of18 shooting including a career-high 8-of-14 from beyond the arc. The 29-point effort was her highest since registering a career-high 35 points against Texas A&M last season. Childs gave Kansas State a solid presence in the post with 18 points on 8-of-18 shooting and six rebounds. Aiding Childs in the post was senior forward Branshea Brown with a career-high 13 rebounds. Northwestern (9-2) was paced by freshman Morgan Jones with 20 points on 6-of19 shooting, while Kendall Hackney added 14 points and seven rebounds. K-State jumped out to a fast start with an 11-0 lead to open the contest forcing Northwestern to call an early timeout. Kansas State continued its early assault by extending its lead to 20-5 with 11:05 to play on Childs’ fourth basket of the half. Childs finished the first half with 12 points. Kansas State continued to pour on the points in the first half, as the Wildcats used a 12-0 run to hold a 34-7 lead with 3:42 remaining. During the run, K-State held Northwestern without a field goal for seven minutes. K-State closed out a stellar opening half with a deep three from Chambers, who recorded four connections from beyond the arc in the opening stanza and 15 points, as the Wildcats held a 39-14 lead. The Wildcats finished the first half by shooting a sweltering 51.5 percent from the field and held Northwestern to their lowest field goal percentage for a half this season at 19.2. Northwestern cut into K-State’s lead to begin the second half with a 12-3 run, capped by a Jones steal and layup to force a Kansas State timeout holding a 42-26 lead. Following the timeout, K-State dashed back out to a 22-point lead on the strength of a 12-6 run capped by a Childs jumper with 6:10 remaining. K-State finished the night by shooting 25-of-61 from the field, including 8-of-19 from beyond the arc. The Wildcats dominated Northwestern on the glass with a 45-33 advantage which resulted in a 15-2 edge in second chance points. Kansas State (8-2, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 8-18 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-7 02 Chambers, Brittany g 9-18 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-5 22 White, Mariah g 3-5 11 Caron, Chantay 0-2 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 1-6 TEAM Totals 25-61

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .515 .400 .500

Northwestern (9-2, 0-0 Big Ten) No. N A M E FG 04 Hackney, Kendall f 5-12 31 Diamant, Dannielle f 0-3 01 Jones, Morgan g 6-19 12 Mocchi, Allison g 1-7 42 Roser, Karly g 2-5 14 McKeown, Meghan 0-3 21 Cole, Anna 0-0 34 Jones, Tailor 0-4 TEAM Totals 14-53

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .192 .111 .750

3FG 0-1 0-0 8-14 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

FT 2-2 0-1 3-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

RB PF 3-3-6 1 5-8-13 3 1-6-7 0 1-4-5 5 2-4-6 3 0-1-1 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 0 1-1-2 3 1-4-5 8-19 6-10 14-31-45 16

TP 18 2 29 6 6 0 0 0 0 3 64

2nd Half .286 .444 .625

3FG 0-3 0-1 3-11 0-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

FT 4-4 1-2 5-6 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 2-2

RB 1-6-7 1-3-4 1-5-6 0-3-3 1-3-4 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 4-3-7 3-20 14-18 9-24-33

A MIN 3 32 2 36 3 40 0 22 4 37 2 12 0 1 0 2 0 0+ 0 18 14 200 Game .410 .421 .600 2

PF 2 0 1 3 1 1 0 5

TP 14 1 20 2 6 0 0 2

A MIN 0 39 1 33 4 38 2 31 1 30 1 13 0 1 0 15

13

45

9 200

2nd Half .333 .182 .786

Game .264 .150 .778 3

Officials: Brenda Pantoja, Maj Forsberg, Peter Contreras Technical Fouls: Kansas State - None; Northwestern - Hackney Attendance: 930 Score by Period Kansas State Northwestern

88

1st Half 39 14

2nd Half 25 31

Game 64 45

GAME

11

KANSAS STATE UNLV

38 44

December 20, 2011 • Las Vegas, Nev.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Kansas State was unable to overcome a sluggish offensive performance against UNLV in the final game of the BTI Invitational on Tuesday night, as the Lady Rebels defeated the Wildcats 44-38. The loss ended K-State’s five-game winning streak. The Wildcats (8-3) were paced by senior forward Jalana Childs with 12 points. Joining Childs in double figures was Brittany Chambers with 11 points. UNLV (10-3) was led by Markiell Styles with a game-high 15 points while also adding seven rebounds. Adding to the Lady Rebels performance was a double-double from Jamie Smith with 10 points and a game-high 12 rebounds. Both teams opened the game showing signs of fatigue from playing the third game in three days. UNLV used a 15-4 run midway through the first half to hold a 23-12 lead. K-State was held without a field goal for nine minutes during this stretch before a Chambers layup ended the drought. The Lady Rebels held off K-State in the final minutes of the first half to hold a 23-16 advantage. This was the first time K-State had trailed at the half since Nov. 25 against Purdue. Kansas State shot just 29.6 percent from the field in the opening stanza and UNLV held a 23-20 advantage on the glass. K-State cut UNLV’s halftime lead to two, 23-21, following a Chambers three and a pair of free throws by Childs. The Lady Rebels responded with a 9-0 run to hold a 3221 lead and force a K-State timeout. The Wildcats answered after the timeout by cutting into the UNLV lead with an 110 run of their own, as Childs was responsible for six of those points to tie the game at 32 with 6:37 remaining. K-State captured its first lead since early in the first half, as Chambers connected fast break lay-in to make the score 34-32. The Lady Rebels responded with a deep three from Thompson with 5:29 remaining to secure a 35-34 lead. The Wildcats cut a three-point UNLV lead to one on another Chambers layup with 1:38 remaining. K-State forced UNLV to scramble on its next offensive possession, but Mia Bell was able to recover and connect on a long three-point field goal as the shot clock expired to give UNLV a 40-36 lead that K-State could not overcome. The 38 points by the Wildcats were the fewest in a loss since K-State tallied 34 against Texas on Feb. 3, 2007. Kansas State (8-3, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 3-12 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-2 02 Chambers, Brittany g 5-13 13 Dickey, Tasha g 1-6 22 White, Mariah g 1-5 01 Texada, Haley 0-2 11 Caron, Chantay 3-9 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 1-3 TEAM Totals 15-53

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds UNLV (10-3, 0-0 MWC) No. N A M E 05 Styles, Markiell 11 Smith, Jamie 51 Sanford, Lenita 30 Bell, Mia 45 Thompson, Kelli 03 Nzeukou, Sandrine 22 Haynes, Rmanii 24 Cesarz, Alana 33 Charles, Briana 42 Miller, Danielle TEAM Totals

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .296 .000 .000

FG f 4-9 f 3-10 c 3-9 g 1-5 g 1-8 2-7 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1

3FG 0-1 0-0 1-6 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-1

FT 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

RB PF 4-2-6 2 0-0-0 3 3-4-7 2 1-0-1 3 2-8-10 4 0-1-1 0 1-3-4 3 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 1 0-4-4 3 3-2-5 1-13 7-10 14-24-38 21

38

2nd Half .269 .167 .778

RB PF 4-3-7 2 4-8-12 1 2-4-6 4 1-0-1 2 1-4-5 1 2-3-5 2 0-1-1 0 1-1-2 0 1-0-1 0 0-0-0 0 1-3-4 14-51 2-11 14-20 17-27-44 12

1st Half .267 .000 .778

TP 12 2 11 2 3 0 6 0 0 2

3FG 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

FT 5-8 4-4 2-2 0-1 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2nd Half .286 .286 .636

A MIN 0 31 0 17 1 34 2 20 2 38 0 3 0 27 0 3 0 5 3 22 8 200 Game .283 .077 .700 0

TP 13 10 8 3 6 4 0 0 0 0 44

A MIN 0 30 1 38 1 32 4 28 2 37 0 16 1 9 0 3 0 3 0 4 9 200 Game .275 .182 .700 2

Officials: Michael Price, Gator Parrish, Clarke Stevens Technical Fouls: Kansas State - None; UNLV - None Attendance: 884 Score by Period Kansas State UNLV

1st Half 16 23

2nd Half 22 21

GAME

12

KANSAS STATE MARIST

57 56

December 29, 2011 • Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – Kansas State built a 12-point second half advantage at Marist on Thursday night and needed every point to hold off the Red Foxes, 57-56, at a near sold out McCann Arena. The Wildcats concluded its non-conference schedule with a 93 mark. K-State was led on Thursday night by the trio of Jalana Childs, Brittany Chambers and Tasha Dickey. Childs tied for game-high honors with 21 points and hauled in a game-high nine rebounds. The effort by Childs was her fourth 20-point game of the season and the eighth of her career. Chambers registered 15 points, six rebounds and three assists. The junior from Jordan, Minn., was 3-of-8 from beyond the arc and moved into fifth in school history on the career three-point field goals made list with 187. Dickey finished the night with 13 points, six rebounds and three steals. The senior guard from Sandy, Utah tied her career-high and notched a season-high with three connections from beyond the arc. Her three steals marked her seventh contest this season with two or more steals. Marist (5-6) was paced by preseason MAAC Player of the Year recipient Corielle Yarde with 21 points. K-State was able to overcome its early shooting doldrums to secure a 16-13 lead on Chambers’ second 3-point field goal of the first half. The Wildcats opened up its largest lead of the opening half of seven, 29-22, on a Jalana Childs hook shot with 2:40 to play. The Red Foxes cut the K-State lead to two at the break, 29-27, with a 5-0 run highlighted by a three-pointer from Leanne Ockenden. The Wildcats were led in the opening half by the duo of Childs (14) and Chambers (12) with 26 of K-State’s 29 points. K-State was 11-of-30 (.367) from the field in the stanza and forced Marist into nine turnovers including seven steals for the Wildcats. Marist continued its run to 7-0 to tie the game at 29 in the early stages of the second half. Kansas State used a pair of baskets from Tasha Dickey, including her second 3-pointer of the game, to rebuild the lead to 34-29 with 16:33 to play. K-State upped its lead to 11, 44-33, following a Mariah White fast break layup to force a Marist timeout with 11:53 remaining in the game. The Wildcats improved the lead to 12, 50-38, as Childs recorded a second chance layup with 8:23 to play. Marist closed the deficit to three, 54-51, on a three and a pair of free throws from Yarde to cap a 5-0 rally. A clutch Dickey three-point field goal with 2:23 remaining in the game pushed K-State’s lead back to six, 57-51. The Red Foxes benefitted from five missed free throws by K-State to close the game and bring the final margin to one, 5756, on a last second three-pointer from Ockenden. Kansas State (9-3, 0-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 8-15 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-3 02 Chambers, Brittany g 5-14 13 Dickey, Tasha g 5-13 22 White, Mariah g 3-6 11 Caron, Chantay 0-1 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 0-4 TEAM Totals 22-56

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds Marist (5-6, 0-0 MAAC) No. N A M E 23 Beynnon, Kelsey 34 Gang, Brandy 11 Ockenden, Leanne 14 Dulin, Casey 24 Yarde, Corielle 03 Gomez, Natalie 13 O'Connor, Emma 20 Stallings, Emily 33 Danella, Kristina TEAM Totals

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .367 .400 .750

FG f 4-6 f 2-4 g 3-9 g 4-10 g 7-14 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2

3FG 0-0 0-0 3-8 3-6 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 5-6 0-0 2-4 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1

RB PF 4-5-9 0 2-5-7 3 0-6-6 1 3-3-6 3 1-4-5 2 1-0-1 0 0-1-1 0 2-2-4 4 1-1-2 6-16 7-14 14-27-41 13

A MIN 1 35 0 33 3 40 0 26 8 39 0 11 0 5 2 11

57

14 200

2nd Half .423 .333 .400

RB 0-4-4 0-3-3 0-2-2 0-5-5 1-5-6 0-2-2 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-2-2 20-47 6-22 10-16 3-25-28

1st Half .478 .333 .500

TP 21 2 15 13 6 0 0 0

3FG 1-2 0-1 3-8 0-3 2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

FT 0-2 2-4 0-0 1-1 5-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2

2nd Half .375 .231 .667

Game .393 .375 .500 2

PF 2 1 2 2 4 0 2 0 0

TP 9 6 9 9 21 0 0 0 2

A MIN 1 25 2 31 1 33 1 36 4 37 0 11 0 11 0 5 0 11

13

56

9 200 Game .426 .273 .625 3

Officials: Joseph Vaszily, Kenneth Kelly, Michael Schmidt Technical Fouls: Kansas State - None; Marist - None Attendance: 2,062 Game 38 44

Score by Period Kansas State Marist

1st Half 29 27

2nd Half 28 29

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(9/8) TEXAS A&M KANSAS STATE

69 71 (ot)

January 4, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The last time Kansas State faced the Texas A&M Aggies the Wildcats handed them their second-to-last loss before going on to eventually win the NCAA Championship. On Wednesday night, the Wildcats handed the Aggies their first loss in Big 12 Conference play getting the upset over the No. 9/8 Aggies in overtime, 7169, to open league play on the right foot. K-State has now won five straight Big 12 openers. Brittany Chambers found her stroke in the second half after only scoring two points in the first half to tally 21 on the night and lead the way to the victory. Three other Wildcats joined her in double digits with Tasha Dickey scoring 17 and shooting a perfect 6-of-6 on the night and 3-of-3 at the free-throw line. Jalana Childs posted 16 points and pulled down four rebounds in the winning effort, but perhaps most key to the victory was Mariah White’s 12 points and a career-high 11 assists for her first career double-double. White did not even take a shot in the first half but managed to find seams to the basket and score on backdoor screens against the Aggies. White also made the most important basket on the night driving to the basket and hitting a layup with 1.6 seconds remaining to win the game. Texas A&M (9-3, 0-1 Big 12) had three players reach double digits in scoring led by Tyra White with 17. Sydney Carter added 16 in the loss, and Kelsey Bone had a doubledouble with 14 points and 10 rebounds. K-State (10-3, 1-0) climbed back into the game, after trailing 34-25 at the half, with a 15-5 run to begin the second half. Chambers scored six points during the rally and White registered an old fashioned three-point play on a fast break layup and free throw with 14:56 to play to bring K-State to within one, 39-38. A pair of White free throws with 14:20 to play gave K-State its first lead, 40-39, since the 14:45 mark of the first half. The teams traded baskets and the lead after Dickey gave K-State a 43-41 lead on a 3-pointer with 13:00 to play. Texas A&M was able to secure a five-point lead, 54-49, on an 8-2 run forcing a K-State timeout with 4:05 remaining. K-State cut into the Aggies’ lead with a 6-0 run to trail 56-55 with 2:07 to play. Chambers registered consecutive layups, including a fast break layup following a steal and full court pass from White. Childs registered a pair of layups in the closing moments of regulation, including the game-tying effort with eight seconds remaining to knot the score at 61 and send the game to overtime. In overtime, K-State was a perfect four-of-four from the field, as Chambers recorded a layup nine seconds into the extra frame and a deep three to give the Wildcats a 6663 edge with 4:06 to play. After Texas A&M’s Bone tied the game at 69 with 2:00 remaining, the team’s turned stagnant on their offensive possessions. On K-State’s final offensive possession, White used a screen from Childs to drive to the basket and muscle past her defender for the game-winning layup. Texas A&M (9-3, 0-1 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 21 Elonu, Adaora f 3-13 03 Bone, Kelsey c 7-10 04 Carter, Sydney g 4-11 20 White, Tyra g 8-19 32 Pratcher, Adrienne g 0-4 05 Bellock, Kristi 0-0 10 Standish, Alexia 0-2 25 Collins, Skylar 4-4 34 Gilbert, Karla 2-3 40 Assarian, Kelsey 0-1 TEAM Totals 28-67

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .394 .286 .750

Kansas State (10-3, 1-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 7-14 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-2 02 Chambers, Brittany g 9-18 13 Dickey, Tasha g 6-6 22 White, Mariah g 3-6 11 Caron, Chantay 0-1 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 1-3 TEAM Totals 27-50

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .423 .167 .500

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

FT 2-4 0-2 6-8 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 5-4-9 3 7-3-10 4 1-3-4 2 3-2-5 2 0-0-0 2 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 1 2-0-2 1 2-3-5 2 0-1-1 1 4-1-5 3-10 10-19 24-17-41 18 2nd Half .440 .333 .400

3FG 0-0 0-0 2-9 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

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OT .444 .000 .000

FT 2-5 0-0 1-4 3-3 6-7 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

RB PF 3-1-4 3 3-3-6 2 0-2-2 2 1-5-6 5 1-4-5 3 1-0-1 0 1-0-1 0 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 0 1-1-2 2 0-3-3 4-12 13-21 11-19-30 18 2nd Half .600 .400 .667

TP 8 14 16 17 1 0 0 9 4 0

OT 1.000 1.000 .500

A MIN 3 42 2 33 2 43 2 42 1 18 0 0+ 3 10 2 23 0 11 0 3 15 225 Game .418 ..300 ..526 5

TP 16 2 21 17 12 0 0 1 0 2

A MIN 0 38 2 37 1 45 1 24 11 36 1 13 0 2 0 5 0 2 0 23

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16 225 Game .540 .333 .619 3

Officials: Tina Napier, Bob Trammell, Brenda Pantoja Technical Fouls: Texas A&M - None; Kansas State - None Attendance: 2,871 Score by Period Texas A&M Kansas State

1st Half 34 25

2nd Half 27 36

OT 8 10

GAME

14

KANSAS STATE KANSAS

63 57

January 7, 2012 • Lawrence, Kan.

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas State registered its sixth 2-0 start to Big 12 play on Saturday night with a hard fought 63-57 win at Kansas. The Wildcats have now won three straight in the series and 20 of the last 22 against the Jayhawks. Kansas State (11-3, 2-0 Big 12) was led by Brittany Chambers with game-highs of 23 points and eight rebounds. The junior guard recorded her second 20-point effort of the week by shooting 7-of-13 from the field including 5-of-7 from beyond the arc. Chambers also recorded four assists and a steal. Joining Chambers in double figures were the frontcourt duo of Jalana Childs and Branshea Brown. Childs tallied 15 points including 11 in the second half. Brown registered 12 points including a pair of late baskets in the second half. Kansas (12-2, 1-1) was led by Carolyn Davis with 19 points, while Monica Engelman added 13. K-State was able to establish an early six-point lead, 16-10, as Chambers knocked down her second 3-pointer of the half from the top of the key. Kansas chipped into the Wildcats’ lead with a 9-0 run and secured a 19-16 advantage with 7:55 to play. K-State ended the rally, as Chantay Caron connected on a high-arcing three to even the score at 19 with 7:27 remaining. With Kansas holding a 23-21 lead, Ashia Woods cut to the rim and converted an old fashioned three-point play to give K-State a 24-23 advantage with 4:27 to play. The Jayhawks ended the first stanza on a 9-4 run to hold a 32-28 lead at the break. Kansas State came out of the halftime locker room with an 8-0 run to capture a 3632 lead following Chambers’ third 3-pointer of the game with 17:41 to play. Childs added a quick four to start the rally for the Wildcats. K-State continued to hold the lead, as Chambers connected on her fourth 3-point field goal of the game with 15:11 to play. An aggressive drive by Dickey and a pair of free throws from Branshea Brown kept K-State in front, 43-38 with 11:54 remaining. Both went cold from the field for the next four minutes, as the defensive pressure turned up a notch on both ends. During the stretch, K-State connected on four free throws, while the Jayhawks made three as the Wildcats held a 47-41 lead with 7:49 to play. After Kansas’ Aishah Sutherland registered consecutive baskets to tie the game at 47 with 5:04 to play, a Chambers three followed by a Brown jumper pushed K-State back in front 52-47 to force a Jayhawks’ timeout with 3:33 to play. K-State rebuilt its advantage and received an emotional lift as Brown recorded an uncontested layup and a deep jumper from the top of the key. Immediately after Brown’s jumper, Chambers stole the ball and was fouled and converted the two free throws to give K-State a 60-53 lead with 45.9 left. Kansas State shot .447 from the field for the night and held Kansas, who entered the game leading the country in field goal percentage, to a .370 field goal percentage. The Wildcats also outrebounded the Jayhawks, 34-27. Kansas State (11-3, 2-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 4-12 34 Brown, Branshea f 5-6 02 Chambers, Brittany g 7-13 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-7 22 White, Mariah g 0-6 11 Caron, Chantay 1-2 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 1-1 TEAM Totals 21-47

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .462 .500 1.000

3FG 0-0 0-0 5-7 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

FT 7-7 2-2 4-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-3

RB 1-3-4 2-5-7 0-8-8 1-4-5 1-5-6 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-1-2 6-11 15-17 6-28-34

1st Half .429 .667 1.000

TP 15 12 23 6 0 3 0 4

17

63

2nd Half .429 .600 .875

Kansas (12-2, 1-1 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 3FG FT RB 11 Sutherland, Aishah f 4-14 0-0 0-0 1-6-7 21 Davis, Carolyn f 5-9 0-0 9-10 1-5-6 03 Goodrich, Angel g 2-9 0-1 4-5 0-2-2 13 Engelman, Monica g 6-16 1-7 0-0 1-2-3 42 Knight, Natalie g 0-3 0-2 2-2 1-0-1 24 Harper, CeCe 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 33 Jackson, Tania 2-2 1-1 0-0 1-1-2 TEAM 1-3-4 Totals 20-54 2-11 15-17 6-21-27

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

PF 2 3 2 5 2 2 0 1

2nd Half .308 .000 .818

A MIN 0 33 4 35 4 40 0 33 2 36 0 12 0 1 0 10

1st Half 28 32

2nd Half 35 25

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MISSOURI KANSAS STATE

PF 3 2 2 4 1 0 2

TP 8 19 8 13 2 2 5

A MIN 0 36 0 39 9 40 1 36 3 32 1 12 0 5

14

57

14 200 Game .370 .182 .882 1

Game 63 57

46 72

January 11, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – A career-night by Mariah White sparked Kansas State to its first 3-0 league start since the 2007-08 season, as K-State defeated Missouri 72-46 on Wednesday in Bramlage Coliseum. White led the Wildcats with a career-high 23 points surpassing her previous career best of 17 against St. John’s last season. The guard shot a sizzling 5-of-7 from beyond the arc. White had made just four 3-pointers her entire career entering Wednesday’s contest with the Tigers. She also helped create points for her teammates with eight assists. K-State (12-3, 3-0 Big 12) also saw JuliAnne Chisholm increase her role on the team against Missouri (10-4, 0-3) as she posted a career-high 10 points and made the Tigers pay for leaving her room on the perimeter as she shot 2-of-2 from long range. Brittany Chambers also reached double digits with 14 points on the night hitting four 3pointers. Missouri (10-4, 0-3) struggled on offense shooting just 36.2 percent (17-of-47) as a team. Three Tigers did reach double digits led by forward Christine Flores with 13. BreAnna Brock and Sydney Crafton each added 11 points for Missouri, but the Tigers turned the ball over too much against the Wildcats. The Wildcats were able to score in transition as they converted 18 Missouri turnovers into 24 K-State points including eight fast break points. Missouri on the other hand only tallied two points off of seven K-State turnovers. The Wildcats never trailed in the game, and the score was tied only once. Kansas State jumped out to an early 17-6 lead, as White and Chambers recorded consecutive three-pointers to cap a 15-4vrun. Missouri cut the deficit to four, 22-18, with an 8-2 run capped by a Flores layup with 8:03 to play forcing a K-State timeout. Out of the timeout, White hit her third 3-point field goal of the half to boost the K-State advantage back to seven, 25-18. The Wildcats were able to close out the first half on a 15-6 run, as Chambers tallied eight points to close out the stanza. Chambers registered 14 points, while White added 13. K-State was 15-of-34 from the field in the first half, including 7-of-15 from beyond the arc. The Wildcats forced the Tigers into 10 turnovers which included three steals. K-State continued its run into the second half, as the Wildcats jumped to a 52-30 advantage with a 15-6 run with 13:05 to play. White sparked the charge with her fourth 3-pointer and a layup. Missouri (10-4, 0-3 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 22 Brock, BreAnna f 4-7 50 Flores, Christine f 5-11 15 Simmons, Kyley g 0-1 21 Crafton, Sydney g 4-8 32 Priede, Liene g 2-6 02 Gee, Bailey 0-0 03 Fowler, Bree 0-4 05 Spietz, Paige 0-2 12 Niemann, Tori 0-0 24 Flynn, Maggie 0-0 30 Eye, Morgan 0-6 45 Smith, Liz 2-2 TEAM Totals 17-47

10 200 Game .447 .545 .882 2

Officials: Roy Gulbeyan, Gina Cross, Doug Knight Technical Fouls: Kansas State - None; Kansas - None Attendance: 5,657 Score by Period Kansas State Kansas

GAME

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .435 .000 1.000

Kansas State (12-3, 3-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 2-4 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-6 02 Chambers, Brittany g 5-13 13 Dickey, Tasha g 2-7 22 White, Mariah g 9-11 01 Texada, Haley 3-5 10 Brown, Heidi 0-0 11 Caron, Chantay 0-4 14 Wittman, Stephanie 1-2 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 3-7 23 Woods, Ashia 0-2 TEAM Totals 26-62

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .441 .467 .000

3FG 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-4 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-0

FT 3-3 3-3 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3

RB 1-6-7 2-5-7 0-0-0 1-4-5 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-5-5 0-2-2 1-3-4 1-15 11-13 7-26-33

PF 2 3 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0

TP 11 13 0 11 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

A MIN 2 33 0 31 2 34 1 31 1 21 0 7 1 9 0 4 0 4 0 4 1 15 0 7

13

46

8 200

2nd Half .292 .100 .778

3FG 0-0 0-0 4-7 1-5 5-7 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 2-2 0-0

FT 1-2 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-2

RB PF 0-0-0 4 2-2-4 3 1-5-6 3 0-1-1 2 1-3-4 0 0-2-2 0 0-0-0 1 2-2-4 3 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 1-3-4 1 1-2-3 2 3-2-5 12-25 8-12 11-22-33 19 2nd Half .393 .500 .727

Game .362 .067 .846 3

TP 5 5 14 5 23 8 0 0 2 0 10 0

A MIN 2 19 2 25 1 32 1 21 8 30 0 9 0 3 1 17 0 9 1 9 1 16 0 10

72

17 200 Game .419 .480 .667 3

Officials: Lisa Mattingly, Michael Price, Amy Bonner Technical Fouls: Missouri - None; Kansas State- None Attendance: 2,906 Score by Period Missouri Kansas State

1st Half 24 37

2nd Half 22 35

Game 46 72

Game 69 71

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KANSAS STATE (10/14) TEXAS TECH

62 61

January 14, 2012 • Lubbock, Texas

LUBBOCK, Texas – Holding on to a one-point lead with 18 seconds remaining, Kansas State pressured Texas Tech all over the floor as the Lady Raiders were unable to connect on three potential game-winning shots before time expired, giving the Wildcats a 62-61 victory over No. 10 Texas Tech on Saturday at United Spirit Arena. K-State (13-3, 4-0), which has now won its first four conference games for the first time since the Big 12 Championship season of 2007-08, recorded its first road win over an AP Top-10 team since a victory at Iowa State on Jan. 2, 2002. Also, paired with their win over ninth-ranked Texas A&M on January 4, the Wildcats earned two victories over top-10 teams in the same season for the first time since 2002. Senior Jalana Childs led Kansas State by scoring a game-high 23 points with four rebounds and two blocked shots. Tasha Dickey added 17 points, just three shy of her career high. Junior guard Brittany Chambers picked up her sixth career double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds. She connected on three shots from behind the arch to push her career three-point total to 201, becoming the fifth player in school history to record 200 or more three-point field goals. Texas Tech (14-2, 2-2) fell at home for the first time in 10 games this season. The Lady Raiders were led by Kierra Mallard’s 18 points, while Christine Hyde and Casey Morris added 10 apiece. Kansas State led at the half, 37-27, but Texas Tech cut the K-State lead to four, 3935, as Morris connected on a pair of three-point field goals on consecutive trips down the floor. K-State quickly bounced back, as Dickey registered a fast break layup and push the lead to 41-35, with 16:22 to play. The Lady Raiders continued to be the aggressors in the second half, taking a 48-47 lead following a Mallard steal and layup with 11 minutes remaining. K-State stayed within two possessions for the next six minutes until Texas Tech’s Monique Smalls converted a three-point play with 4:43 remaining to push Texas Tech out in front by five at 58-53. The Wildcats cut the Tech lead to two with a Childs jumper, but Hyde quickly answered with a bucket of her own to put Texas Tech up four, 61-57, with 3:20 left, which forced the Wildcats to call a timeout. But, due to K-State’s high-intensity on defense late in the game, the basket by Hyde proved to be the final points for the Lady Raiders. Childs was fouled with 2:53 left and made one of the two shots to make the score 61-58. After a Tech turnover, Branshea Brown was true on a jumper to cut the lead to one at 61-60. K-State turned up the defensive pressure again as Morris missed a long three with two minutes left. On the other end, Childs was fouled with 1:43 remaining and made what proved to be the tying and game-winning free throws. The Wildcats shot 53.2-percent from the floor for the contest and held Texas Tech to 42.6-percent. The Lady Raiders out-rebounded the Wildcats, 29-28. Kansas State (13-3, 4-0 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 10-18 34 Brown, Branshea f 2-4 02 Chambers, Brittany g 4-9 13 Dickey, Tasha g 8-11 22 White, Mariah g 1-5 11 Caron, Chantay 0-0 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 0-0 TEAM Totals 25-47

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .593 .429 1.000

Texas Tech (14-2, 2-2 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 20 Mallard, Kierra f 8-14 41 Baker, Kelsi f 1-2 05 Hyde, Christine g 4-8 15 Morris, Casey g 3-12 23 Smalls, Monique g 3-8 00 Brown, Chynna 1-6 01 Barncastle, J. 2-2 24 Bokenkamp, Mary 0-0 33 Nobles, Shauntal 1-2 TEAM Totals 23-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .435 .000 1.000

3FG 0-0 0-0 3-7 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

RB 1-3-4 2-3-5 1-9-10 0-4-4 0-4-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 3-11 9-12 5-23-28

PF 2 2 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 0

TP 23 4 15 17 3 0 0 0 0 0

A MIN 1 38 5 39 3 40 0 30 5 38 0 2 0 0+ 0 2 0 1 0 10

14

62

14 200

2nd Half .450 .000 .700

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

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

RB PF 2-6-8 0 0-3-3 1 1-0-1 3 0-2-2 2 1-0-1 3 2-1-3 1 0-3-3 0 0-0-0 0 1-1-2 1 3-3-6 6-13 9-17 10-19-29 11 2nd Half .292 .100 .778

Game .532 .273 .750 1

TP 18 4 10 10 9 2 6 0 2

A MIN 2 34 0 18 1 25 3 30 6 38 1 17 0 18 1 8 0 12

61

14 200 Game .362 .067 .846 3

Officials: Dee Kantner, Laura Morris, Eric Brewton Technical Fouls: Kansas State- None; Texas Tech-None Attendance: 6,313 Score by Period Kansas State Texas Tech

90

1st Half 37 27

2nd Half 25 34

Game 62 61

GAME

17

(rv/--) OKLAHOMA (23/22) KANSAS STATE

65 57

January 17, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Led by 31 points from Aaryn Ellenberg, Oklahoma halted No. 23/22 Kansas State’s eight-game home court winning streak on Tuesday night, 63-57, in Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats suffered their first league defeat this season and are 4-1 in Big 12 play and 13-4 overall. Oklahoma improves to 11-5 overall and 3-2 in the Big 12. K-State was led by seniors Tasha Dickey and Jalana Childs with 18 and 16 points, respectively. With her 16 points on Tuesday, Childs surpassed the 1,000-point mark for her career (1,008) and is the 38th player in school history to reach the mark and the second this season (Brittany Chambers). In addition to her 31 points, Ellenberg also registered a Bramlage Coliseum record by an opponent with nine steals. Joining Ellenberg in double figures was Morgan Hook with 11. After K-State jumped out to a quick 8-3 lead, Oklahoma regrouped to go on an 110 run to capture a 14-8 advantage with 12:53 to play. The Sooners’ run was highlighted by Ellenberg with five straight points, while Hook and Whitney Hand each added a three-point field goal. Oklahoma continued its hot shooting in the half, as Ellenberg connected on her third 3-pointer of the half to give the Sooners a 23-12 lead. K-State cut into the Sooners’ lead with a 9-3 run jump started by K-State’s first three-point field goal of the night by Chambers with 6:52 to play. Dickey proceeded to score four straight points to force Oklahoma’s second timeout of the half as K-State trailed, 28-23. Oklahoma recorded five of the final seven points of the first half to hold a 33-25 halftime lead. Oklahoma was boosted by its three-point shooting in the opening frame, notching a 7-of-9 performance. K-State was cold from the field, shooting 12-of-34 including 1-of-16 from beyond the arc. Kansas State cut into Oklahoma’s halftime lead with an 11-3 run to open the second stanza and tied the game at 36 with 15:45 remaining. Mariah White sparked the rally with a three-point field goal and a steal and fast break layup. White finished the night with five points, nine assists, three rebounds and three steals. Oklahoma was able to fend off K-State’s efforts, as Ellenberg carded 10 of the Sooners’ next 14 points to push Oklahoma in front, 51-42, with nine minutes remaining. The Wildcats could not cut into the lead enough as the Sooners were able to shut down K-State’s offense over the final two minutes. K-State pulled to within two points on a layup by Dickey with 2:49 to play, but the Wildcats would score only one point the rest of the way. Oklahoma (11-5, 3-2 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 04 Griffin, Nicole c 2-4 03 Ellenberg, Aaryn g 11-22 10 Hook, Morgan g 3-9 24 Campbell, Sharane g 0-4 25 Hand, Whitney g 4-8 12 Cerina, Jelena 0-0 22 Harden, DaShawn 0-2 42 Williams, Kaylon 2-4 TEAM Totals 22-53

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .500 .778 .000

Kansas State (13-4, 4-1 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 5-11 34 Brown, Branshea f 4-5 02 Chambers, Brittany g 2-11 13 Dickey, Tasha g 8-20 22 White, Mariah g 2-7 11 Caron, Chantay 0-1 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-1 23 Woods, Ashia 0-2 TEAM Totals 21-58

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .353 .063 .000

3FG 0-0 5-8 1-3 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

FT 4-6 4-4 4-4 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0

RB PF 1-1-2 3 1-1-2 1 0-2-2 1 0-3-3 1 3-3-6 2 1-4-5 0 0-1-1 0 4-5-9 3 3-1-4 7-13 14-18 13-21-34 11

TP 8 31 11 1 9 1 0 4 65

2nd Half .333 .000 .778

3FG FT 0-0 6-10 0-0 0-2 2-9 4-4 0-6 2-2 1-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

RB PF 4-4-8 3 3-5-8 3 1-4-5 1 3-4-7 3 2-1-3 2 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 1-2-3 1 3-1-4 3-22 12-18 17-21-38 13 2nd Half .375 .333 .750

A MIN 0 23 1 35 6 40 0 12 3 38 0 16 1 6 1 30 12 200 Game .415 .538 .778 1

TP 16 8 10 18 5 0 0 0

A MIN 2 39 0 36 2 40 1 31 9 36 0 5 0 2 0 11

57

14 200 Game .362 .136 .667 5

Officials: Melissa Barlow, Maj Forsberg, Gator Parrish Technical Fouls: Oklahoma-None; Kansas State- None Attendance: 3,439 Score by Period Oklahoma Kansas State

1st Half 33 25

2nd Half 32 32

GAME

18

(23/22) KANSAS STATE (1/1) BAYLOR

41 76

January 21, 2012 • Waco, Texas

WACO, Texas (AP) – Kansas State coach Deb Patterson was pretty blunt and to the point when assessing her team's performance against top-ranked Baylor. Brittany Chambers got Kansas State (13-5, 4-2 Big 12) off to a fast start, a 7-3 lead when she had all of those points while making her first three shots. She and the Wildcats couldn't keep up that pace. Brittney Griner had 22 points and 12 rebounds and the Lady Bears (19-0, 6-0 Big 12) extended their school-record home winning streak to 34 games. They are only of only two undefeated women's teams in Division I. All 12 Lady Bears who played scored points, and Washington was the only one who didn't have a rebound. Baylor outrebounded K-State 60-32 and held the Lady Wildcats to 24.6 percent shooting (16 of 65). Brittany Chambers had 16 points and Tasha Dickey 10 for Kansas State (13-5, 42). Kimetria Hayden added 11 points for the Lady Bears. Destiny Williams had 13 rebounds, her fourth consecutive game and sixth of seven with at least 10 rebounds. Griner played 29 minutes for her 10th double-double this season and 36th in 91 career games. Baylor has won all six of its games this season against Top 25 teams. Kansas State was coming off a loss against Oklahoma after a five-game winning streak. The other undefeated women's team is Green Bay (17-0), which hasn't losing to Baylor in the NCAA round of 16 in Dallas last March. After Chambers stopped and stepped around a defender for a short jumper in the lane just more than 6 minutes in the game, she already had nine points for K-State and the game was tied at 11. Griner then missed a shot, but Williams grabbed the rebound and got the ball right back to Baylor's 6-foot-8 All-American. Griner made the basket while being fouled. After making her first three shots, Chambers was 3-of-19 after that. The rest of the Wildcats combined to make 10 of 43 shots. Kansas State played a No. 1 team for the first time since losing 100-54 in 1990 at Louisiana Tech, when Mulkey was an assistant coach at her alma mater. K-State is 04 against top-ranked teams. Kansas State (13-5, 4-2 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 2-10 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-5 02 Chambers, Brittany g 6-22 13 Dickey, Tasha g 4-11 22 White, Mariah g 2-4 01 Texada, Haley 0-1 11 Caron, Chantay 1-5 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-3 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-1 23 Woods, Ashia 0-3 TEAM Totals 16-65

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds Baylor (19-0, 6-0 Big 12) No. N A M E 10 Williams, Destiny f 42 Griner, Brittney c 00 Sims, Odyssey g 01 Hayden, Kimetria g 03 Madden, Jordan g 04 Washington, Shanay 14 Robertson, Makenzie 20 Condrey, Terran 22 Agbuke, Sune 24 Field, Ashley 25 Palmer, Lindsay 32 Pope, Brooklyn TEAM Totals

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .258 .111 .833

FG 3-10 9-15 2-10 3-6 1-3 2-2 1-4 2-3 1-2 0-2 1-1 3-5

3FG 0-0 0-0 2-12 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

FT 0-0 2-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 0-1-1 3 2-2-4 3 4-2-6 2 2-2-4 4 2-1-3 0 0-1-1 0 1-3-4 4 1-1-2 2 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 3-1-4 3 1-2-3 2-20 7-10 16-16-32 21

41

2nd Half .235 .091 .500

RB PF 4-9-13 1 6-6-12 1 0-3-3 2 2-5-7 1 1-0-1 2 0-0-0 0 1-0-1 0 1-3-4 0 1-0-1 2 1-0-1 1 0-2-2 0 2-4-6 1 5-4-9 28-63 1-9 19-30 24-36-60 11 1st Half .429 .000 .813

TP 4 4 16 10 4 0 3 0 0 0 0

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

FT 1-2 4-4 2-2 5-6 1-2 2-3 0-0 2-4 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-3

2nd Half .464 .200 .429

A MIN 0 26 2 26 1 28 0 28 3 31 0 5 0 17 0 14 0 1 0 10 1 14 7 200 Game .246 .100 .700 1

TP 7 22 7 11 3 6 2 6 3 1 2 6

A MIN 1 26 0 29 2 31 5 23 5 21 0 6 0 8 1 17 0 8 0 10 0 8 0 13

76

14 200 Game .444 .111 .633 5

Officials: Beverly Roberts, Amy Bonner, Bill Larance Technical Fouls: Kansas State- None; Baylor-None Attendance: 9,380 Game 65 57

Score by Period Kansas State Baylor

1st Half 22 43

2nd Half 19 33

Game 41 76


2011-12 BOX SCORES GAME

19

IOWA STATE (rv/rv) KANSAS STATE

66 57

January 25, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas State Wildcats dropped their third straight contest on Wednesday night as the Iowa State Cyclones were able to pound away inside and find a way to stop Brittany Chambers. Iowa State defeated K-State 66-57 thanks to strong play from Chelsea Poppens as she posted 23 points. Chambers entered the contest averaging 15.9 points for the Wildcats, but was held to only six on Wednesday as Iowa State played tight defense on her and allowed her to shoot just 3-of-5 from the field. Jalana Childs led K-State in scoring with 22 points on 11-of-19 shooting, but it was not enough for the Wildcats to overcome Iowa State’s performance from Poppens. K-State (13-6, 4-3) shot just 36 percent in the second half as Iowa State’s defense continued to put pressure on the Wildcats. The Cyclones (11-7, 2-5) shot 50 percent in the second stanza thanks to Poppens going 7-of-9. She also pulled down nine rebounds, five on the offensive end, to help Iowa State win the battle on the glass. Iowa State won the battle in the paint as well outscoring K-State, 36-20. The Wildcats also were unable to take advantage of 18 Iowa State turnovers scoring only six points. Meanwhile, Iowa State converted 13 K-State turnovers into 21 points. After the teams traded baskets for a majority of the first half, K-State used an 113 run to capture a 31-23 lead with 2:41 to play. The Wildcats held a 36-27 advantage at the break, as Childs registered 12 points while Tasha Dickey tallied eight. K-State was 6-of-14 from beyond the arc which included two each from Dickey and Mariah White. Iowa State (11-7, 2-5 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Poppens, Chelsea f 10-14 55 Prins, Anna c 3-6 04 Moody, Nikki g 5-11 10 Mansfield, Lauren g 5-10 23 Cole, Chassidy g 1-7 03 Harris, Kelsey 0-1 05 Christofferson, H. 1-5 32 Ellis, Fallon 0-0 42 Zimmerman, Amanda 0-0 TEAM Totals 25-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .423 .250 .667

Kansas State (13-6, 4-3 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 11-19 34 Brown, Branshea f 2-5 02 Chambers, Brittany g 3-5 13 Dickey, Tasha g 2-10 22 White, Mariah g 2-8 11 Caron, Chantay 1-3 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-3 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 1-2 23 Woods, Ashia 0-0 TEAM Totals 22-55

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .433 .429 .667

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

FT 3-5 0-0 3-5 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0

RB PF 4-5-9 2 1-2-3 1 0-6-6 1 1-5-6 3 2-1-3 1 0-0-0 0 0-6-6 3 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 2-3-5 6-14 10-14 10-28-38 11

TP 23 7 15 15 2 0 4 0 0

A MIN 2 32 0 20 2 36 2 36 2 32 2 12 0 31 0 0+ 0 1

66

10 200

2nd Half .500 .500 .750

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-10 2-4 1-3 0-1 1-2 0-0 6-22

FT 0-0 4-5 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB 1-4-5 0-0-0 1-7-8 1-4-5 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-2-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-2-2 7-9 4-21-25

2nd Half .360 .000 1.000

Game .463 .429 .714 3

PF 4 5 3 1 2 1 2 0 0

TP 22 8 6 8 7 3 0 3 0

A MIN 1 35 3 27 0 35 2 38 5 31 1 15 1 13 0 3 0 3

18

57

13 200 Game .400 .273 .778 2

Officials: Lisa Mattingly, Eric Brewton, Roy Gulbeyan Technical Fouls: Iowa State- None; Kansas State-None Attendance: 3,175 Score by Period Iowa State Kansas State

1st Half 27 36

2nd Half 39 21

Game 66 57

GAME

20

(rv/rv) KANSAS STATE OKLAHOMA STATE

67 56

January 28, 2012 • Stillwater, Okla.

STILLWATER, Okla. – With a barrage of three-point field goals early and key free throws late, Kansas State ended its three-game skid with a 67-56 win over Oklahoma State on Saturday at Gallagher-Iba Arena. K-State improved to 14-6 overall and 5-3 in Big 12 play, while the Cowgirls fall to 12-5 and 4-4. Leading K-State’s attack was junior Brittany Chambers with a game-high 29 points and 10 rebounds for her third double-double of the season. The product of Jordan, Minn., bounced back from an 0-of-2 effort from beyond the arc against Iowa State on Wednesday to card five of K-State’s 11 connections from beyond the arc and was a perfect 6-of-6 from the foul line in the final minute and a half. Joining Chambers in double figures was senior Tasha Dickey. The guard from Sandy, Utah, dropped in 15 points, including three 3-point field goals, and pulled in a careerhigh eight rebounds. Dickey has surpassed double figures in four of the last five games. The Cowgirls were led by Tiffany Bias with 21 points, while Lindsey Keller added 14 points and nine rebounds. Kansas State recovered from an early deficit to secure an 18-14 lead, as Chambers and Dickey connected on three-point field goals on consecutive trips down the floor. Oklahoma State used an 8-0 run to cut K-State lead to one at 23-22 with 5:42 to play. The Wildcats proceeded to blitz the Cowgirls for the next 10 minutes, which spanned both halves. K-State bolted to a 26-point lead with 12:16 remaining in the game by using a 22-5 run. The effort was jump started Chambers, as she connected on consecutive threepoint field goals and followed those triples with a layup to give the Wildcats a 31-22 lead. Another Chambers layup followed by a pair of Ashia Woods free throws pushed KState in front, 35-24, at the half. Woods finished with seven points to lead a 12-point effort from the Wildcats’ bench. Oklahoma State cut into K-State’s lead with a 27-7 run, with Bias and Keller leading the charge. The Cowgirls closed to within six, 60-54, with 1:19 remaining on a Bias layup, but the sophomore guard picked up her fifth foul on K-State’s ensuing possession. Chambers and Dickey proceeded to connect on 7-of-8 free throws to build up the final margin. K-State outrebounded Oklahoma State, 40-30, and held an 18-8 edge in points off turnovers. Kansas State (14-6, 5-3 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 1-5 34 Brown, Branshea f 2-6 02 Chambers, Brittany g 9-19 13 Dickey, Tasha g 4-12 22 White, Mariah g 1-3 11 Caron, Chantay 2-4 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 1-3 TEAM Totals 20-52

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .414 .583 1.000

Oklahoma State (12-5, 4-4 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 04 Donohoe, Liz f 1-12 15 Young, Toni f 1-4 25 Keller, Lindsey f 6-8 01 Schippers, Taylor g 1-7 03 Bias, Tiffany g 7-14 11 Bryan, Jenni 0-2 12 Schultz, Jordan 1-3 13 Howard, Heather 0-0 24 Crutchfield, Carissa 0-0 34 McIntyre, Vicky 0-1 55 Jones, LaShawn 2-3 TEAM Totals 19-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .308 .273 .833

3FG 0-0 0-0 5-14 3-8 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-2

FT 0-1 0-2 6-6 4-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 4-4

RB 1-2-3 2-1-3 2-8-10 1-7-8 1-6-7 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-3-4 0-4-4 11-28 16-21 9-31-40

PF 4 2 0 3 3 1 0 2

TP 2 4 29 15 5 5 0 7

A MIN 0 32 3 31 1 37 2 27 6 35 1 14 0 3 1 21

15

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14 200

2nd Half .348 .250 .706

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

FT 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 4-5 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB 1-5-6 0-5-5 2-7-9 0-1-1 0-3-3 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-1-2 7-26 11-13 5-25-30 2nd Half .393 .267 .857

Game .385 .393 .762 3

PF 2 2 4 0 5 2 3 0 1 0 2

TP 4 4 14 3 21 3 3 0 0 0 4

A MIN 2 31 0 21 2 39 0 17 6 37 0 8 2 20 0 3 0 7 0 10 0 7

21

56

12 200 Game .352 .269 .846 1

1st Half 35 24

2nd Half 32 32

21

(rv/rv) KANSAS STATE TEXAS

Game 67 56

64 55

February 1, 2012 • Austin, Texas

AUSTIN, Texas – Kansas State saw a six-point halftime lead turn into an eight-point Texas advantage midway through the second half, but the Wildcats battled back and held off the Longhorns down the stretch as they picked up a 64-55 win Wednesday evening at the Frank Irwin Center. With the win, the Wildcats (15-6, 6-3) are now tied for second in the Big 12 standings heading into a showdown with the nation’s top-ranked team, Baylor, Saturday in Manhattan. The victory over Texas was the first since a 66-50 triumph in Manhattan three seasons ago, while it was the first in Austin since a 77-74 win in 2008. Texas fell to 13-8 overall and 3-6 in Big 12 play with the loss. K-State had three players score in double figures, led by Brittany Chambers’ 17 points on 8-of-18 shooting. Jalana Childs, who went 7-of-16 from the field, was right behind her with 16 points, while Tasha Dickey scored 10. Texas’ Chassidy Fussell led all scorers with 23 points on 9-of-18 shooting, including a 5-of-9 mark from the behind the three-point line. Ashleigh Fontenette also added 17 for the Longhorns. Kansas State led at the half, 31-24, but Texas opened up the second stanza with a 16-1 run to take a 40-32 lead with 11:51 to play. During the run, Fussell and Fontenette had seven and five points, respectively. Over the next five minutes, K-State promptly got back into the game with a 16-3 run of its own. Following Chambers’ first and only three-pointer of the evening to get the Wildcats to within one, Ashia Woods pulled down an offensive rebound and put it back in to give K-State a 44-43 lead. After a pair of stops on the defensive end, Childs and Chambers each made layups to extend the K-State lead to 48-43. Texas then went on a 6-0 spurt with a pair of three-point plays to take a one-point lead at 49-48 with five minutes left. But, with the game tied at 52 apiece, Childs made two jumpers around a Texas free throw to give the Wildcats a 56-53 lead, one they would not relinquish. Kansas State shot only 10 free throws the entire evening, making eight, but the Wildcats were outstanding at the line in the closing minutes as they made all six foul shots attempted in the final two minutes of the contest. The Wildcats recorded 13 steals on the evening, including a career high six from Branshea Brown. K-State also forced 21 Texas turnovers, the most since North Dakota State had 21 on December 18. Kansas State scored 18 points off the Longhorn miscues. K-State used a 10-1 run to capture a 17-13 lead early in the first half. The rally was boosted by a pair of three-point field goals off the bench from Chantay Caron, and the Wildcats eventually built a five-point first half lead at 21-16 as Chambers connected on a running lay-in. A Mariah White jumper just before the shot clock expired, followed by a steal and jump shot by Chambers, gave the Wildcats their 31-24 halftime lead. K-State scored 11 points off of 11 turnovers by Texas in the opening stanza and closed out the half shooting 14-of-31 from the field. Kansas State (15-6, 6-3 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 7-16 34 Brown, Branshea f 2-4 02 Chambers, Brittany g 8-18 13 Dickey, Tasha g 4-9 22 White, Mariah g 1-5 11 Caron, Chantay 2-4 23 Woods, Ashia 2-5 TEAM Totals 26-61

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds Texas (13-8, 3-6 Big 12) No. N A M E 22 Gayle, Ashley f 45 Reed, Cokie c 12 Anderson, Yvonne g 24 Fussell, Chassidy g 33 Fontenette, Ashleigh g 03 Enemkpali, Nneka 04 Moore, Tiffany 44 Hartung, Anne Marie TEAM Totals

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

Officials: Bryan Enterline, Brian Hall, Metta Roberts Technical Fouls: Kansas State- None; Oklahoma State-None Attendance: 2,931 Score by Period Kansas State Oklahoma State

GAME

1st Half .452 .333 .000

FG 0-1 0-2 2-11 9-18 6-12 2-4 0-1 1-3

3FG 0-1 0-0 1-6 1-2 0-1 2-3 0-2

FT 2-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 4-4 0-0 0-0

RB 2-2-4 2-2-4 1-5-6 0-3-3 0-5-5 0-0-0 1-2-3 2-3-5 4-15 8-10 8-22-30

PF 2 2 4 2 4 1 2

TP 16 5 17 10 6 6 4

17

64

2nd Half .400 .167 .800

RB PF 0-4-4 2 1-2-3 0 1-2-3 1 1-4-5 1 4-5-9 0 1-5-6 3 2-1-3 2 1-2-3 2 2-2-4 20-52 7-17 8-18 13-27-40 11 1st Half .360 .556 .167

3FG 0-0 0-1 0-3 5-9 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 0-2 1-2 1-4 0-0 3-7 3-3 0-0 0-0

2nd Half .407 .250 .583

A MIN 0 35 3 37 1 40 0 23 5 37 0 7 0 21 9 200 Game .426 .267 .800 2

TP 0 1 5 23 17 7 0 2 55

A MIN 1 29 0 16 4 38 0 38 5 33 1 27 0 10 0 9 11 200 Game .385 .412 .444 1

Officials: Dee Kantner, Clarke Stevens, Lisa Jones Technical Fouls: Kansas State- None; Texas-None Attendance: 2,846 Score by Period Kansas State Texas

1st Half 31 24

2nd Half 33 31

Game 64 55

91


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22

(1/1) BAYLOR (rv/rv) KANSAS STATE

70 41

February 4, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) – Brittney Griner scored 29 points in another dominating performance, and No. 1 Baylor cruised to a 70-41 victory over Kansas State on Saturday night to keep its perfect season intact. Destiny Williams added 14 points and Odyssey Sims finished with 13 for the Lady Bears (23-0, 10-0 Big 12), who extended the best start in school history in easy fashion. It’s the second-best start in conference history behind former member Nebraska, which won its first 30 games during the 2009-10 season. Ninth-ranked Green Bay is still the only other Division I women’s program that has yet to lose this season. Brittany Chambers had 10 points for Kansas State (15-7, 6-3), though she was just 3 of 11 from the field. Mariah White also had 10 points. The 6-foot-8 Griner has been a menace all season against smaller teams, coupling her height advantage with a deft touch around the basket, and that played out again Saturday night. The league’s leading scorer pushed her career total to 2,020, making her the fourth player in school history to eclipse 2,000 points. Griner also became the first player in Division I women’s basketball to break that barrier while also recording at least 500 rebounds. The Wildcats’ plan seemed to be the exact opposite of every other team to face Baylor this season: force Griner to beat them by denying everyone else a shot. It was working early on, too. Baylor’s offense looked disjointed and at times downright inept. By the time Chambers hit a 3-pointer with 8:25 left in the first half, the plucky Wildcats had a 1913 lead. The rest of the Lady Bears finally got on track after Griner scored with 8:01 remaining, the start of what turned out to be a 20-5 run into halftime. Williams converted a pair of three-point plays 90 seconds apart, then added another bucket a couple minutes later. Sims added a basket as the half wound down, silencing a sellout crowd that had taken advantage of dollar tickets to see the game at Bramlage Coliseum. Griner had 17 points on 8-of-10 shooting in the first half. She added two more points less than a minute into the second half, and Baylor began pouring on the offense with the kind of play that’s become familiar to folks in the Big 12. The Lady Bears scored the first six points out of halftime, and after White and Branshea Brown managed baskets for Kansas State, Baylor scored 10 more. Griner had four during the 5-minute spurt, and Sims hit a 3-pointer and Williams a jumper for a 53-28 lead. Baylor (23-0, 10-0 Big 12) No. N A M E 10 Williams, Destiny f 42 Griner, Brittney c 00 Sims, Odyssey g 01 Hayden, Kimetria g 03 Madden, Jordan g 04 Washington, Shanay 14 Robertson, Makenzie 20 Condrey, Terran 22 Agbuke, Sune 24 Field, Ashley 25 Palmer, Lindsay 32 Pope, Brooklyn TEAM Totals

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

FG 6-8 12-16 4-8 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 1-1 3-7

RB PF 3-6-9 0 2-7-9 2 1-0-1 3 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 2 1-3-4 1 0-2-2 0 1-1-2 0 0-1-1 1 2-6-8 1 1-1-2 27-48 1-7 15-18 11-27-38 11

1st Half .556 .000 .750

Kansas State (15-7, 6-4 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 2-10 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-5 02 Chambers, Brittany g 3-11 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-10 22 White, Mariah g 4-6 01 Texada, Haley 0-1 11 Caron, Chantay 0-4 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-2 20 Ostermann, Emma 1-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-3 23 Woods, Ashia 0-0 TEAM Totals 14-53

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .333 .444 1.000

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

FT 2-2 5-6 4-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2

TP 14 29 13 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 8

A MIN 2 30 2 34 3 32 0 6 1 8 1 13 0 12 8 22 0 5 0 5 1 8 1 25

70

19 200

2nd Half .571 .250 .857

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

FT 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2

RB PF 1-1-2 0 1-2-3 2 2-2-4 1 0-1-1 2 3-2-5 3 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-3-3 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 2 1-0-1 3 4-1-5 6-21 7-10 12-12-24 13 2nd Half .192 .167 .625

Game .563 .143 .833 2

TP 4 2 10 9 10 0 0 2 3 0 1 41

A MIN 2 23 1 34 1 34 0 30 4 28 1 3 2 16 0 8 0 3 1 9 0 12 12 200 Game .264 .286 .700 2

Officials: Tina Napier, Brenda Pantoja, Doug Knight Technical Fouls: Baylor-None; Kansas State- None Attendance: 12,528 Score by Period Baylor Kansas State

92

1st Half 33 24

2nd Half 37 17

Game 70 41

GAME

23

(rv/rv) KANSAS STATE (15/14) TEXAS A&M

36 67

February 8, 2012 • College Station, Texas

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) – Kelsey Bone and Karla Gilbert scored 14 points apiece to lead No. 15 Texas A&M to its fourth straight win, 67-36, over Kansas State on Wednesday night. Texas A&M had a 20-point lead at halftime and used a 12-5 run early in the second half to extend its advantage to 51-24. The win leaves the Aggies (17-5, 8-3 Big 12) in second place in the Big 12 entering Saturday's game against league-leader and top-ranked Baylor. Brittany Chambers had 11 points, three rebounds and three assists for Kansas State (15-8, 6-5). Jalana Childs also chipped in a team-high six rebounds for the Wildcats who host Kansas next on Sunday, Feb. 12. Kansas State (15-8, 6-5 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 02 Chambers, Brittany g 3-15 13 Dickey, Tasha g 2-6 22 White, Mariah g 0-4 33 Childs, Jalana f 1-2 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-2 01 Texada, Haley 0-3 11 Caron, Chantay 1-4 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-2 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 2-2 23 Woods, Ashia 0-4 TEAM Totals 10-44

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .263 .286 .778

Texas A&M (17-5, 8-3 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 03 Bone, Kelsey c 6-10 04 Carter, Sydney g 2-7 10 Standish, Alexia g 2-6 20 White, Tyra g 6-9 21 Elonu, Adaora f 3-7 05 Bellock, Kristi 0-0 12 Windham, Cierra 1-2 15 Scott, Tori 0-0 25 Collins, Skylar 1-2 32 Pratcher, Adrienne 0-1 34 Gilbert, Karla 7-9 40 Assarian, Kelsey 0-0 TEAM Totals 28-53

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .567 .250 .333

3FG 2-7 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-2 0-1

FT 3-3 2-2 4-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 2-1-3 3 0-2-2 4 0-3-3 2 3-3-6 3 0-0-0 1 0-1-1 0 1-0-1 1 1-1-2 2 1-0-1 0 2-4-6 2 3-2-5 4-16 12-15 13-17-30 18

TP 11 6 4 4 2 0 3 0 6 0

A MIN 3 31 0 23 2 27 1 27 0 27 0 5 0 19 0 11 0 6 2 24

36

8 200

2nd Half .200 .222 .833

3FG 0-1 0-3 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

FT 2-4 1-1 1-2 1-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-0

RB PF 3-2-5 3 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 2 5-5-10 1 2-0-2 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-2-2 1 1-0-1 1 0-1-1 1 2-6-8 1 0-0-0 0 2-5-7 2-10 9-20 15-22-37 10 2nd Half .478 .000 .545

Game .227 .250 .800 2

TP 14 5 7 13 8 0 2 0 3 1 14 0

A MIN 1 23 1 27 3 26 2 28 2 25 1 4 0 7 1 5 5 13 0 14 0 20 1 8

67

17 200 Game .528 .200 .450 4

Officials: Lisa Mattingly, Melissa Barlow, Scotty Hermann Technical Fouls: Kansas State- None; Texas A&M-None Attendance: 5,372 Score by Period Kansas State Texas A&M

1st Half 19 39

2nd Half 17 28

Game 36 67

GAME

24

KANSAS (rv/rv) KANSAS STATE

43 47

February 12, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State, looking to halt a three-game home skid on Sunday afternoon, responded with a hard-fought 47-43 win over in-state rival Kansas at Bramlage Coliseum. K-State has now won 21 of the last 23 meetings against the Jayhawks, including 11 straight in Manhattan. Kansas State (16-8, 7-5 Big 12) was led on Sunday by its two veteran post players, as Jalana Childs and Branshea Brown combined for 28 points and 11 rebounds. Childs registered a game-high 18 points, including 15 in the second half. This was Childs’ 17th game this season in double figures. Brown finished with 10 points, eight rebounds and a season-high four blocked shots. Her four blocked shots tied her career-high and moved her into seventh place on the K-State career blocked shots list. Kansas (17-7, 6-6) was paced by Angel Goodrich and Aishah Sutherland with 13 and 12 apiece. Sutherland hauled in a game-high 17 rebounds in the absence of All-Big 12 performance Carolyn Davis, who was injured in the first three minutes of the game. K-State trailed by seven to open the contest, but a 12-3 run spurred by eight straight points from Brown pushed K-State into the lead, 14-12, with 7:10 to play. The Wildcats captured the momentum heading into the halftime locker room, as Mariah White snared an offensive rebound and converted a layup with four seconds left to give K-State a 21-17 lead. The Wildcats shot .391 from the floor in the opening stanza, while holding the Jayhawks without a field goal for the final 4:18 of the half and a .250 field goal percentage. The teams traded baskets for a majority of the second frame, with neither team taking a lead larger than two points in the half. The score was tied six times and the lead was exchanged eight times. Childs was solid for K-State in the second half, scoring eight of the final 10 points for the Wildcats. A final defensive stand by the Wildcats prevented the Jayhawks from tying the game with under five seconds to play. This was the 10th opponent K-State has held to 49-points or less this season. The last time K-State held at least 10 foes to 49-points or less in a season was in 1975-76 when the Wildcats prevented 12 opponents from reaching the mark. K-State shot .354 from the field in the game, while allowing Kansas to shoot .333. The Wildcats forced the Jayhawks into 17 turnovers and converted 12 points off those turnovers. Kansas (17-7, 6-6 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 3FG 11 Sutherland, Aishah f 6-14 0-0 21 Davis, Carolyn f 1-3 0-0 03 Goodrich, Angel g 5-15 2-6 13 Engelman, Monica g 2-6 0-0 42 Knight, Natalie g 2-4 1-2 05 Williams, Bunny 0-1 0-0 15 Gardner, Chelsea 2-7 0-0 24 Harper, CeCe 0-2 0-1 33 Jackson, Tania 0-2 0-1 TEAM Totals 18-54 3-10

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .250 .250 .500

Kansas State (16-8, 7-5 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 6-14 34 Brown, Branshea f 5-12 02 Chambers, Brittany g 1-10 13 Dickey, Tasha g 4-6 22 White, Mariah g 1-5 11 Caron, Chantay 0-1 23 Woods, Ashia 0-0 TEAM Totals 17-48

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .391 .000 .600

FT RB PF 0-0 2-15-17 3 0-0 0-1-1 0 1-1 0-5-5 2 0-0 0-3-3 1 0-0 1-1-2 3 0-0 0-1-1 4 3-5 2-1-3 4 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 1-1-2 1 6-1-7 4-6 12-29-41 18

TP 12 2 13 4 5 0 7 0 0 43

2nd Half .423 .500 .750

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0

FT RB 6-8 1-2-3 0-0 2-6-8 4-4 0-2-2 0-0 0-10-10 2-3 1-2-3 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-8 12-15 4-23-27 2nd Half .320 .333 .900

A MIN 3 39 0 4 3 40 2 38 0 34 0 8 0 23 1 8 0 6 9 200 Game .333 .300 .667 0

PF 1 1 1 2 1 2 0

TP 18 10 7 8 4 0 0

A MIN 0 35 1 38 4 40 0 39 6 38 0 7 0 3

8

47

11 200 Game .354 .125 .800 4

Officials: Scott Yarbrough, Clarke Stevens, Cameron Inouye Technical Fouls: Kansas-None; Kansas State- None Attendance: 4,893 Score by Period Kansas Kansas State

1st Half 17 21

2nd Half 26 26

Game 43 47


2011-12 BOX SCORES GAME

25

(rv/--) KANSAS STATE (rv/rv) OKLAHOMA

62 68

February 15, 2012 • Norman, Okla.

GAME

26

TEXAS (rv/--) KANSAS STATE

45 65

February 18, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

NORMAN, Okla. – Kansas State held a six-point lead with five minutes left in the game, but Oklahoma went on a 13-1 run to close out the contest as the Sooners topped the Wildcats, 68-62, Wednesday night at the Lloyd Noble Center. Oklahoma improved to 178 overall and 9-4 in Big 12 play, while K-State dropped to 16-9 on the season and 7-6 in conference action. The Wildcats, who led by as many as nine in the second half, took a 61-55 lead on a Brittany Chambers three-pointer with 4:58 left. However, due to a stout defensive effort by the Sooners, K-State turned the ball over in its next five possessions and missed its final four field goals of the contest. The Sooners’ Aaryn Ellenberg and Whitney Hand combined to score seven of the final 13 Oklahoma points and each had steal that led to an OU bucket the other way. Hand led four Oklahoma players who finished in double figures as she recorded 16 points. Ellenberg had 12, while Sharane Campbell and Morgan Hook added 11 and 10, respectively. Kaylon Williams pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds as she helped the Sooners out-rebound K-State, 37-29. Chambers paced K-State by scoring a game-high 17 points, while Tasha Dickey had 15 and Jalana Childs turned in 13. Much like the end of the game, K-State held a seven-point advantage at 28-21 with 1:47 to go in the first period, but OU went on an 8-0 run to close out the frame and take a 29-28 halftime lead. Then, with the game tied at 34, Chambers connected on a threepointer and Childs made a bucket before Chantay Caron was true on two-straight to put the Wildcats on top 43-36 with 12:38 left. The Wildcats nine-point lead in the second half came at the 9:49 mark after a Chambers layup and a three-pointer on two-straight possessions before OU began to chip away at the lead and run away late. Kansas State was able to force 22 Oklahoma turnovers in the game, the most by a Wildcat opponent in conference play this season. The previous high was 21 by Texas on February 1. However, the Sooners made 47.9-percent of their shots, the third highest by a K-State opponent this season. After a sluggish start to the game for the Wildcats, K-State used a 10-3 run to capture a 12-9 advantage. The rally was started on a backdoor layup from Chambers followed by eight-straight points from Dickey, including a pair of three-pointers. Oklahoma was able to take brief 16-15 lead on the Wildcats with 10:20 to play, but K-State started to use the fast break to take control of the half. Caron converted an offensive rebound into a layup and was followed by a fast break lay-in by Dickey with 3:19 to play. K-State boosted its lead to seven at 28-21 as Ashia Woods converted a pair of free throws and Childs knocked down a hook shot before OU went on its run to close out the frame.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – With a 15-2 run to open the second half, the Kansas State Wildcats were able to leave the Texas Longhorns in the dust with a lead that was too much to overcome. K-State grabbed the momentum out of the break and never surrendered it to get the win in commanding fashion 65-45. The win helps separate the Wildcats from the pack in the Big 12 Conference standings to solidify their spot in fourth place with 17-9 overall record and 8-6 in the Big 12. With Kansas losing on Saturday, the Wildcats are now two games ahead of the Jayhawks and await the result of Iowa State’s contest with Oklahoma see if the Cyclones can keep pace with K-State. K-State had three players score in double digits led by Tasha Dickey with 18 points. Dickey was 8-of-16 shooting as she scored on a number of back door cuts for layups. Brittany Chambers scored 15 points and pulled down nine rebounds on the defensive end to assist in transition. Jalana Childs scored 14 points inside for the Wildcats and was a perfect 4-of-4 at the free-throw line. Mariah White played a big role for the Wildcats as well leading the team with 10 rebounds and eight assists. Texas (15-11, 5-9) struggled to get its offense clicking, shooting 31.5 percent (17of-54) from the field. The Longhorns spread their offense around with only one player reaching double digits on the night. Ashleigh Fontenette scored 10 and got help from four other players who scored at least seven points. The teams traded the lead throughout the first half, with K-State wresting the advantage from the Longhorns with a 7-0 run, 21-17, with 6:26 remaining. Chambers jump started the run with her first 3-point field goal of the game. Childs, who recorded 10 first half points, followed with a jumper in the lane and Ashia Woods tallied an offensive rebound and putback to give the Wildcats the four-point edge. K-State expanded its lead to seven, 29-22 with 1:31 to play, as White found Dickey on a back cut for a layup to force a Texas timeout. After a steal from Woods, Dickey registered another layup to extend the lead to nine, 31-22, with 22 seconds to play. A pair of Fontenette free throws before the end of the half gave the Wildcats a 31-24 halftime lead. The Wildcats stormed out of the locker room to jump on Texas with a 15-2 run to hold a 46-26 lead with 14:55 to play. Dickey continued her hot hand into the second stanza, scoring 10 of the 15 points. Texas cut into the K-State lead with a 9-0 run, 46-35, highlighted by a pair of Fontenette fast break layups. K-State was able to hold off the Longhorns’ charge and increase the lead to 22, 65-43, with 1:21 to play. K-State dominated the glass, 43-30. The Wildcats pulled down 16 offensive rebounds to convert them into 15 second chance points. Texas could only muster seven second chance points and could not win the battle in the paint with K-State scoring 38 points.

Kansas State (16-9, 7-6 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 13 Dickey, Tasha g 5-15 33 Childs, Jalana f 5-11 02 Chambers, Brittany g 6-12 22 White, Mariah g 0-4 34 Brown, Branshea g 2-6 11 Caron, Chantay 4-6 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 1-6 TEAM Totals 23-60

Texas (15-11, 5-9 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 03 Enemkpali, Nneka f 3-4 44 Hartung, Anne Marie f 4-11 12 Anderson, Yvonne g 1-8 24 Fussell, Chassidy g 3-9 33 Fontenette, Ashleigh g 3-10 00 Brewer, Kayla 0-0 11 Bass, Chelsea 3-5 22 Gayle, Ashley 0-2 25 Major, Ronisha 0-0 45 Reed, Cokie 0-5 TEAM Totals 17-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .370 .333 .833

Oklahoma (17-8, 9-4 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 42 Williams,Kaylon f 0-1 12 Cerina,Jelena c 4-9 10 Hook,Morgan g 4-8 24 Campbell,Sharane g 3-5 25 Hand,Whitney g 5-11 03 Ellenberg,Aaryn 4-9 04 Griffin,Nicole 1-1 22 Harden,DaShawn 2-3 53 McFarland,Joanna 0-1 TEAM Totals 23-48

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .478 .333 .625

3FG 3-8 0-0 4-8 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-2

FT 2-2 3-4 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2

RB PF 2-1-3 3 1-3-4 4 3-3-6 2 1-5-6 4 0-2-2 5 1-2-3 1 0-0-0 0 1-1-2 0 2-1-3 8-20 8-11 11-18-29 19

TP 15 13 17 0 4 9 0 4

A MIN 0 32 1 34 0 39 5 31 3 33 0 13 0 0+ 2 18

62

11 200

2nd Half .394 .455 .600

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-1 2-3 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-1

FT 4-6 1-2 1-3 5-6 4-4 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB 4-7-11 1-3-4 0-0-0 0-4-4 2-4-6 0-5-5 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-2-2 1-3-4 5-14 17-24 9-28-37 2nd Half .480 .375 .750

Game .383 .400 .727 1

PF 3 2 3 1 0 1 1 0 1

TP 4 9 10 11 16 12 2 4 0

12

68

A MIN 1 21 0 26 2 26 0 31 3 40 3 23 0 7 1 15 0 11 10 200 Game .479 .357 .708 5

1st Half 28 29

2nd Half 34 39

Game 62 68

1st Half .296 .400 .750

Kansas State (17-9, 8-6 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 5-12 34 Brown, Branshea f 2-4 02 Chambers, Brittany g 6-18 13 Dickey, Tasha g 8-16 22 White, Mariah g 2-4 01 Texada, Haley 0-0 10 Brown, Heidi 0-0 11 Caron, Chantay 2-3 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 1-2 23 Woods, Ashia 1-4 TEAM Totals 27-63

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

Officials: Bryan Enterline, Lisa Jones, Metta Roberts Technical Fouls: Kansas State-None; Oklahoma- None Attendance: 5,827 Score by Period Kansas State Oklahoma

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .438 .125 1.000

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-8

FT 1-2 1-2 2-2 0-0 4-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB 0-1-1 3-4-7 0-3-3 2-3-5 1-5-6 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-1-2 8-12 9-21-30

PF 2 1 1 4 1 0 1 2 0 1

TP 7 9 4 8 10 0 7 0 0 0

A MIN 0 24 0 28 5 31 0 36 5 33 0 2 0 19 1 18 0 1 0 8

13

45

11 200

2nd Half .333 .333 .500

3FG 0-0 0-0 2-11 2-8 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 5-24

FT 4-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3

RB PF 4-2-6 3 5-2-7 1 0-9-9 2 1-0-1 1 2-8-10 4 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-2-2 1 1-1-2 1 0-0-0 0 1-0-1 2 2-3-5 6-8 16-27-43 15

2nd Half .419 .250 .667

Game .315 .375 .667 3

TP 14 4 15 18 5 0 0 4 0 2 3

A MIN 1 33 2 32 2 39 0 31 8 30 0 2 0 1 0 11 0 1 0 3 2 17

65

15 200

GAME

27

OKLAHOMA STATE (--/rv) KANSAS STATE

50 53

February 22, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Mariah White broke open a tie game with under a minute to play and Jalana Childs scored a game-high 22 points, as K-State defeated Oklahoma State on Wednesday night, 53-50, in Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats are now 18-9 overall and assured themselves of at least a .500 record in Big 12 action with a 9-6 mark. Childs tallied her game-high 22 on 11-of-20 shooting from the field. The product of Orlando, Fla., recorded 18 points in the first half, as the Wildcats struggled to find their offensive rhythm. This was the seventh time this season and the 11th time in her career Childs has scored 20 or more points in a game. Joining Childs in double figures were Branshea Brown and Brittany Chambers with 10 points apiece. In addition to her 10 points, Chambers added a team-high eight rebounds and dished out four assists. Oklahoma State (13-11, 5-10) was led by freshman Liz Donohoe with 12 points and a game-high 12 rebounds. Also registering double figures was Tiffany Bias with 10 points, six boards and four assists. The Cowgirls were the aggressors early in the second half, building upon their onepoint halftime lead to 32-26 with 15:48 to play. K-State cut the Oklahoma State to two, 36-34, as Brown connected on a three jumpers. The Wildcats completed the comeback, as Chambers found White in the corner for K-State’s first 3-point field goal of the night with 9:12 remaining to take a 37-36 lead. After the Cowgirls tied the contest at 42, another Brown jumper and a Chambers’ three-point field goal staked K-State to a five-point lead, 47-42, with 3:35 remaining. A Kendra Suttles basket followed by a Lindsey Keller three-point field goal with 1:12 to play tied the game at 47. On K-State’s ensuing possession, the Wildcats got the ball to Childs in the low post and was able to spin baseline. With her path to the rim cut off, Childs found White on the wing who connected on her second 3-pointer of the night with 49 seconds remaining. White finished with a game-high seven assists while also pulling in seven rebounds. K-State shot 42.6 percent from the field and registered 14 assists on the night. Oklahoma State (13-11, 5-10 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 3FG 04 Donohoe, Liz f 5-11 0-1 31 Suttles, Kendra f 4-9 0-4 25 Keller, Lindsey c 1-5 1-3 01 Schippers, Taylor g 1-3 1-3 03 Bias, Tiffany g 3-14 1-4 11 Bryan, Jenni 0-0 0-0 12 Schultz, Jordan 1-2 1-1 15 Young, Toni 2-5 0-0 24 Crutchfield, Carissa 1-1 0-0 34 McIntyre, Vicky 1-6 0-0 TEAM Totals 19-56 4-16

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .269 .200 1.000

Kansas State (18-9, 9-6 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 11-20 34 Brown, Branshea f 5-6 02 Chambers, Brittany g 3-10 13 Dickey, Tasha g 1-6 22 White, Mariah g 2-5 11 Caron, Chantay 0-3 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-2 23 Woods, Ashia 1-2 TEAM Totals 23-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .379 .000 .000

FT 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2

RB PF 4-8-12 1 0-3-3 2 1-3-4 2 0-1-1 2 2-4-6 4 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 0 0-1-1 0 2-3-5 1 2-1-3 8-9 11-25-36 13

TP 12 8 3 3 10 0 3 5 2 4 50

2nd Half .400 .333 .500

3FG 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-4 2-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 4-16

FT 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB 0-2-2 0-1-1 2-6-8 0-4-4 0-7-7 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-2-2 1-2-3 3-4 4-25-29

2nd Half .480 .500 .750

A MIN 0 32 0 24 0 33 0 21 4 31 1 15 0 11 0 8 1 9 1 16 7 200 Game .339 .250 .889 2

PF 0 4 1 3 1 1 1 1

TP 22 10 10 3 6 0 0 2

12

53

A MIN 2 36 1 32 4 35 0 21 7 38 0 12 0 8 0 18 14 200 Game .426 .250 .750 3

Officials: Dee Kantner, Michael Price, Eric Brewton Technical Fouls: Oklahoma State-None; Kansas State- None Attendance: 2,797 Score by Period Oklahoma State Kansas State

1st Half 23 22

2nd Half 27 31

Game 50 53

Game .429 .208 .750 3

Officials: Beverly Roberts, Maj Forsberg, Michol Murray Technical Fouls: Texas-None; Kansas State- None Attendance: 5,532 Score by Period Texas Kansas State

1st Half 24 31

2nd Half 21 34

Game 45 65

93


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28

(--/rv) KANSAS STATE MISSOURI

56 61 (ot)

February 25, 2012 • Columbia, Mo.

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Holding a seven-point lead with under four minutes to play in the second half, Kansas State was unable to close out Missouri on Saturday afternoon as the Tigers nipped the Wildcats in overtime, 61-56, in Mizzou Arena. K-State is now 1810 overall and 9-7 in Big 12 action, while Missouri improves to 12-15 and 2-14. The Wildcats were led by the senior tandem of Tasha Dickey and Jalana Childs. Dickey tallied 18 points on 7-of-15 shooting, while Childs added 15 points. The Tigers were paced by the post duo of Christine Flores and BreAnna Brock. Flores notched a game-high 20 points, while Brock carded 15 and a game-high 10 rebounds. Also in doubles figures for Missouri was Liene Priede with 11 points off the bench, including nine of Missouri’s final 12 points. After the Tigers pulled in front by six in the first half, 18-12, K-State used a long 3pointer from Brittany Chambers and a layup from Childs to cut the deficit to one and force Missouri into a timeout. Chambers finished the game with six points. A Chambers layup staked K-State to a 19-18 lead with 7:18 to play in the first half. The teams proceeded to exchange the lead eight times before the end of the first frame, with Missouri capturing a 25-23 advantage on a Kyley Simmons three-pointer with four minutes remaining. Ashia Woods converted a three-point play with 2:43 to play to push K-State back in front, 26-25. A layup for Missouri and one of two free throws by Chantay Caron sent the game into halftime tied at 27. A 7-2 run by Missouri broke open a tie game at the half and pushed the Tigers into a 36-32 lead with 15:57 to play. An old-fashioned three-point play from Childs jump started the Wildcats into an 8-1 run and push K-State into a 42-39 lead with 7:51 remaining. The Wildcats took the lead for the first time in the second half. 40-38, on a steal and no look pass from Mariah White to Dickey on a fast break. Dickey followed on the next possession with a driving layup. Missouri scored the next four points to take a brief 43-42 lead, but Childs answered the call with four straight points of her own to give K-State a 46-43 lead with 4:46 to play. These baskets were followed by a pair of long rebounds and run outs for the Wildcats, as Dickey and White each converted layups to push K-State into a 50-43 lead with 3:51 to play. The Tigers charged back into the contest with a 10-3 rally to close out regulation. K-State shot just 3-of-6 from the line with under a minute to play and held a 53-50 advantage with 12.6 seconds remaining. Following consecutive timeouts from Missouri and K-State, Priede banked in a three-pointer with 2.6 seconds to play to even the score at 53 and send the game into overtime. In overtime, the Wildcats took a 56-55 lead on a Caron three with 4:18 to play. However, Missouri closed out the extra period with a 6-0 run as Priede continued her solid play with a transition layup and the final three points of the game from the foul line. Kansas State (18-10, 9-7 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 7-20 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-4 02 Chambers, Brittany g 2-11 13 Dickey, Tasha g 7-15 22 White, Mariah g 1-3 11 Caron, Chantay 1-5 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 1-4 23 Woods, Ashia 1-1 TEAM Totals 21-63

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .345 .333 .667

Missouri (12-15, 2-14 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 22 Brock, BreAnna f 7-12 50 Flores, Christine f 5-8 03 Fowler, Bree g 0-2 15 Simmons, Kyley g 1-1 30 Eye, Morgan g 2-12 02 Gee, Bailey 0-0 21 Crafton, Sydney 0-3 32 Priede, Liene 2-4 45 Smith, Liz 1-2 TEAM Totals 18-44

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .429 .364 .625

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-5 3-7 0-1 1-5 0-1 0-0

FT 1-1 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-2 2-6 2-3 1-1

RB PF 2-2-4 5 0-2-2 4 1-3-4 1 0-4-4 4 3-5-8 5 0-3-3 3 1-1-2 0 3-1-4 1 3-4-7 5-19 9-19 13-25-38 23 2nd Half .357 .167 .385

56

OT .167 .250 .000

3FG FT RB 0-0 1-6 3-7-10 2-3 8-12 0-7-7 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 1-1 0-0 0-3-3 1-11 2-2 0-6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 1-2 6-8 0-3-3 0-0 1-1 1-0-1 1-6-7 5-19 20-31 6-34-40 2nd Half .368 .143 .733

TP 15 3 6 18 2 5 4 3

OT .500 .000 .500

A MIN 0 36 2 19 2 44 0 33 6 42 1 24 0 10 0 17 11 225 Game .333 .263 .474 5

PF 4 4 0 3 1 0 1 3 1

TP 15 20 0 3 7 0 2 11 3

17

61

A MIN 1 34 2 43 1 16 2 44 1 43 0 4 2 14 0 18 0 9 9 225 Game .409 .263 .645 6

1st Half 27 27

2nd Half 26 26

29

KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE

33 57

February 29, 2012 • Ames, Iowa

AMES, Iowa – Tasha Dickey led Kansas State with 11 points, but Iowa State broke open a close contest with a strong second half to surge past the Wildcats, 57-33, Wednesday night at Hilton Coliseum. With the loss, K-State fell to 18-11 overall and 9-8 in Big 12 play, while Iowa State improved to 18-10 and 9-8. Trailing 21-17 at the half, K-State looked to cut into the four-point deficit, but Iowa State took the early advantage in the second stanza with a 14-4 run to go up 35-21 and maintained its double-digit lead for the rest of the game. K-State shot just 28.9 percent from the floor in the contest, which included going 3-of-15 from three-point range, while also committing 20 turnovers and going to the free throw line just five times. Iowa State connected on 39.1 percent of its field goals, including 8-of-22 three-pointers, and went 13-of-15 from the free throw line. K-State was paced in the first half by hot shooting from Dickey. The senior guard recorded 11 first-half points and staked the Wildcats to a 15-14 lead with five straight points with under five minutes to play. The Cyclones captured the halftime lead as Hallie Christofferson scored four of Iowa State’s final six points in the opening frame. Jalana Childs added 10 points for the Wildcats as Dickey and Childs led the squad in scoring. Three Cyclones scored in double figures as Nikki Moody (15), Lauren Mansfield (13) and Christofferson (14) paced Iowa State. Kansas State (18-11, 9-8 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 02 Chambers, Brittany g 1-7 13 Dickey, Tasha g 4-12 22 White, Mariah g 1-3 33 Childs, Jalana f 4-12 34 Brown, Branshea f 3-7 01 Texada, Haley 0-0 11 Caron, Chantay 0-1 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-1 23 Woods, Ashia 0-2 TEAM Totals 13-45

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .304 .333 .000

Iowa State (18-10, 9-8 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 04 Moody, Nikki g 4-5 05 Christofferson, H. f 5-10 10 Mansfield, Lauren g 4-12 23 Cole, Chassidy g 2-2 33 Poppens, Chelsea f 1-6 03 Harris, Kelsey 0-0 22 Williamson, Brynn 0-2 24 Arganbright, Elly 0-1 32 Ellis, Fallon 0-0 42 Zimmerman, Amanda 0-0 55 Prins, Anna 2-8 TEAM Totals 18-46

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .333 .182 1.000

3FG 0-3 3-7 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 3-15

FT 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB 1-7-8 1-4-5 1-2-3 1-1-2 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-3-3 4-5 7-22-29

PF 1 3 2 2 3 0 1 1 1 1

TP 4 11 2 10 6 0 0 0 0 0

A MIN 3 32 1 33 1 31 2 34 2 34 0 4 0 6 0 5 2 7 1 14

15

33

12 200

2nd Half .273 .000 .800

3FG 3-4 2-4 2-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4

FT 4-6 2-2 3-3 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB 0-5-5 2-6-8 0-1-1 1-1-2 2-5-7 0-1-1 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-3-4 0-1-1 8-22 13-15 7-26-33 2nd Half .455 .545 .833

Game .289 .200 .800 0

PF 0 1 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 2

TP 15 14 13 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 5

A MIN 3 31 0 37 4 35 3 38 1 17 0 2 1 14 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 19

10

57

12 200 Game .391 .364 .867 1

Officials: Jesse Dickerson, Brian Hall, Greg Small Technical Fouls: Kansas State- None; Iowa State-None Attendance: 10,983 Score by Period Kansas State Iowa State

1st Half 17 21

2nd Half 16 36

Game 33 57

GAME

30

OT 3 8

Game 56 61

64 63

March 3, 2012 • Manhattan, Kan.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – After the Wildcats gave up a double-digit lead to Texas Tech and fell behind by double digits themselves, Kansas State nearly completed an incredible comeback but came up short one by point, falling to the Lady Raiders 64-63 on Senior Night at Bramlage Coliseum. Senior forward Jalana Childs had one of her best games of her career as she posted 22 points to lead the Wildcats. She was 6-of-13 shooting and a strong 10-of-13 at the free-throw line. Childs was at the line when she made two free throws in the final minute to pull the Wildcats within a point, but K-State could not capitalize on a missed free throw by the Lady Raiders twice after Childs put K-State (18-12, 9-9) within striking distance. Junior guard Brittany Chambers joined Childs in double figures with 11 points, hitting three times from beyond the arc. Chambers led the team in rebounds with eight. Senior forward Branshea Brown also reached double digits with 10 points. Texas Tech (18-12, 6-12) was led by Shauntal Nobles with 16 points, and the pair of Monique Smalls and Kierra Mallard scored 15 points. Smalls tallied a game-high six steals while pulling in six boards and dishing out four assists. Both teams exchanged the lead in the early stages of the contest, but K-State used a 17-3 run to capture a 26-11 lead on the Lady Raiders with 10:02 to play. The run was jump started by consecutive layups by Chantay Caron. Chambers tallied two 3-point field goals during the run, while four of the five seniors all registered points in the scoring outburst. The Wildcats built a 33-16 lead on a Chambers offensive rebound and put back with 6:52 to play, but Texas Tech cut into the K-State lead for the remainder of the opening stanza. The Lady Raiders used a 14-3 run to climb back to within six, 36-30. Mallard was the key during the run by Texas Tech with six points and 11 points in the first half. Texas Tech used the momentum they built with the first half run to dominate the first four minutes of the second half and take a 42-38 lead with 16:07 to play. The Lady Raiders outscored K-State, 12-2, to open the second half, as Texas Tech was led on the interior by Nobles with eight points during the rally. K-State trimmed the Lady Raiders lead to three, 46-43, on a layup by Caron with 12:42 to play. Texas Tech, however, answered with three consecutive layups to increase the lead back to eight, 52-44, and force a K-State timeout. After Texas Tech increased its lead to 12 with 8:34 remaining, K-State strung together a 10-2 run to narrow the game to four, 58-54, with 6:18 to play. The Wildcats’ rally was highlighted by threes from Mariah White and Chambers. The Lady Raiders registered its final point of the night on a Nobles free throw with 3:20 to play. In the final three minutes, K-State tallied five free throws from Childs and a layup from Brown to close to within one, 64-63. The Wildcats’ comeback was almost completed, as the Lady Raiders’ Smalls missed the first of a one-and-one free throw and Dickey pulled in the rebound with 10 seconds left. Dickey’s ensuing down court pass to an open Chambers was too long and K-State fell just short. Texas Tech (18-12, 6-12 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 01 Barncastle, Jordan f 1-4 33 Nobles, Shauntal f 6-8 00 Brown, Chynna g 2-5 15 Morris, Casey g 2-10 23 Smalls, Monique g 7-8 12 Battle, Amber 0-0 20 Mallard, Kierra 7-15 24 Bokenkamp, Mary 3-5 42 Walker, Ebony 0-0 TEAM Totals 28-55

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .464 .333 .500

Kansas State (18-12, 9-9 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 6-13 34 Brown, Branshea f 5-8 02 Chambers, Brittany g 4-10 13 Dickey, Tasha g 2-9 22 White, Mariah g 1-3 11 Caron, Chantay 3-3 20 Ostermann, Emma 0-0 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 2-4 23 Woods, Ashia 0-0 TEAM Totals 23-50 1st Half .483 .333 .800

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

FT 0-0 4-6 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

RB 0-2-2 3-5-8 1-5-6 1-2-3 0-6-6 0-0-0 3-3-6 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-4-5 4-12 4-10 9-28-37

PF 1 5 2 1 0 0 5 0 2

TP 2 16 4 4 15 0 15 8 0

A MIN 4 32 0 20 3 32 3 39 4 37 0 1 2 24 0 11 0 4

16

64

16 200

2nd Half .556 .333 .375

3FG FT RB 0-0 10-13 1-2-3 0-0 0-2 0-1-1 3-8 0-0 2-6-8 1-4 1-4 1-5-6 1-3 0-0 0-5-5 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 6-17 11-19 4-22-26 2nd Half .429 .400 .500

Game .509 .333 .400 2

PF 1 3 1 3 5 0 1 0 0

TP 22 10 11 6 3 6 0 5 0

A MIN 3 37 1 21 5 39 1 34 4 36 0 13 0 4 1 9 0 7

14

63

15 200 Game .460 .353 .579 3

Officials: Clarke Stevens, Lisa Jones, Scotty Hermann Technical Fouls: Texas Tech- None; Kansas State-None Attendance: 3,617 Score by Period Texas Tech Kansas State

94

TEXAS TECH KANSAS STATE

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

Officials: Tina Napier, Scott Yarbrough, Gina Cross Technical Fouls: Kansas State- None; Missouri-None Attendance: 2,308 Score by Period Kansas State Missouri

GAME

1st Half 30 36

2nd Half 34 27

Game 64 63


2011-12 BOX SCORES GAME

31

KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE

67 63

March 8, 2012 • Kansas City, Mo.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With a career-high and K-State Big 12 tournament record effort, Jalana Childs propelled Kansas State into the semifinals of the 2012 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championships with a 67-63 win over Iowa State at Municipal Auditorium. Kansas State improved to 19-12 with the win and have advanced to the semifinals for the seventh time in history of the Big 12 Championships. Childs registered a career-high 31 points on 13-of-23 shooting and a 5-of-6 performance from the foul line. The 2012 All-Big 12 first team recipient surpassed the KState school record for points in a Big 12 tournament game, as surpassed the record set by Andria Jones on March 6, 1997 against Kansas with 28 points. This was the 41st 30point game in school history and the fifth in the month of March. Childs also pulled in 10 boards and carded three steals. It was the fourth doubledouble of Childs’ career. Joining Childs in double figures were Tasha Dickey and Brittany Chambers. Dickey tallied 13 points, four rebounds and two blocks. Chambers notched 12 points, eight rebounds and a team-high six assists. The Cyclones were led by senior Lauren Mansfield and freshman Nikki Moody. The pair each scored 21 points and grabbed four rebounds. Iowa State (18-12) zipped out to a 12-2 lead to start the game, as Lauren Mansfield register five points during the run including a three-point field goal to force a K-State timeout with 16:36 to play. The Wildcats battled back with a 13-2 run to capture a 15-14 lead with 10:36 to play. After Iowa State’s initial burst, K-State held the Cyclones without a field goal for the next five minutes during the rally. Mansfield carded her second 3-pointer of the half following a scramble for a loose ball to give the Cyclones a 26-22 lead with 4:59 to play. The Wildcats recovered with a pair of free throws from Branshea Brown and a layup from Chantay Caron to tie the game at 26. K-State sailed into halftime on an 11-3 run to hold a 33-29 lead, as Childs and Chambers each carded a basket in the paint while Tasha Dickey tallied her second 3point field goal of the half with 50 seconds left. Childs paced K-State in the early stages of the second half, scoring six of the Wildcats’ first eight points on an assortment of post moves to keep K-State in front, 4137, with 15:08 to play. After Mansfield connected on a mid-range jumper to tie the game at 46 with 11:33 to play, Childs answered for the Wildcats with a pair of jumper to give K-State a 50-46 lead with 8:38 remaining. Moody tied the game for the seventh and final time at 59 with a fast break layup after a scramble for a rebound. K-State went back to Childs, who responded with four of the next five K-State points including a long jumper from the top of the key as the shot clock expired to give K-State a 64-61 lead with 21 seconds to play. Chambers and Childs sealed the K-State win with four free throws in the final 14 seconds. K-State shot 44.6 percent from the field for the game and held an 11-4 edge in points off turnovers. The Wildcats were 13-of-15 from the charity stripe, which is the second-high free throw percentage of the season at 86.7. Kansas State (19-12, 9-9 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 02 Chambers, Brittany g 4-9 13 Dickey, Tasha g 5-11 22 White, Mariah g 1-4 33 Childs, Jalana f 13-23 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-5 11 Caron, Chantay 1-2 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-1 23 Woods, Ashia 0-1 TEAM Totals 25-56

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .419 .333 1.000

Iowa State (18-12, 9-9 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 04 Moody, Nikki g 7-14 05 Christofferson, H. f 4-9 10 Mansfield, Lauren g 8-19 23 Cole, Chassidy g 1-3 33 Poppens, Chelsea f 3-9 22 Williamson, Brynn 0-2 42 Zimmerman, Amanda 0-0 55 Prins, Anna 1-4 TEAM Totals 24-60

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .407 .308 .750

3FG 0-3 3-7 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1

FT 4-5 0-0 0-0 5-6 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0

RB 2-6-8 1-3-4 1-5-6 2-8-10 2-1-3 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 4-15 13-15 9-25-34

PF 0 3 2 2 4 0 0 1

TP 12 13 3 31 4 4 0 0

A MIN 6 38 1 37 4 36 1 36 2 22 0 14 1 8 0 9

12

67

15 200

2nd Half .480 .167 .818

3FG 1-6 0-1 3-10 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2

FT 6-6 1-1 2-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 0-4-4 0 4-4-8 3 2-2-4 0 1-5-6 3 3-2-5 4 0-1-1 0 0-1-1 0 1-2-3 2 2-2-4 5-22 10-12 13-23-36 12 2nd Half .394 .111 .875

Game .446 .267 .867 1

TP 21 9 21 2 7 0 0 3 63

A MIN 4 35 2 38 2 40 3 37 0 23 0 7 0 5 0 15 1 11 200 Game .400 .227 .833 0

Officials: Laura Morris, Eric Brewton, Brian Hall Technical Fouls: Kansas State-None ; Iowa State - None Attendance: 5,542 Score by Period Kansas State Iowa State

1st Half 33 29

2nd Half 34 34

GAME

32

KANSAS STATE (1/1) BAYLOR

65 86

March 9, 2012 • Kansas City, Mo.

GAME

33

(24/rv) PRINCETON KANSAS STATE

64 67

March 17, 2012 • Bridgeport, Conn.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Brittany Chambers could finally admit it about 30 minutes after the game. It's kind of fun playing against Brittney Griner. "She's an unbelievable player," said Kansas State's point guard. "It's fun to be on the court with her, I guess, now saying it. Not when it's happening." Not when No. 1 Baylor's star player is putting together the best game of her career. Griner set a Big 12 tournament record with a career-high 45 points, and had 10 rebounds and seven blocked shots in the Lady Bears' 86-65 rout of the Wildcats in the semifinals Friday. Griner finished 19 of 28 from the field to better her career scoring mark of 41 points, set in the Lady Bears' regular-season finale against Iowa State, and got a standing ovation from fans of both teams when she checked out of the game with just over 2 1/2 minutes remaining. "I've watched Baylor play a lot this year, and I know in the recent contests I've watched, I've seen coach Kim Mulkey over on the sideline admonishing her team with this message: `42," Kansas State coach Deb Patterson said, referring to Griner's jersey number. "She understands that's the best player in the country, and they get her the ball." Over and over again. Griner scored the opening eight points for Baylor, and at one point midway through the first half was on pace to finish with 72, which would have shattered the women's Division I record of 60 set by Long Beach State's Cindy Brown in February 1987. "We took what they gave us. They were in one-on-one coverage on Griner early in the game," Mulkey said. "That's what they chose to do, and we threw it in there." Destiny Williams also contributed 12 points and 14 rebounds for Baylor (34-0), which will play Oklahoma or defending national champion Texas A&M on Saturday as it attempts to become the first program, men's or women's, to finish a season 40-0. Chambers had 18 points to lead Kansas State (19-13), which has lost 14 straight to the Lady Bears. JuliAnne Chisholm and Jalana Childs wound up with 11 points each. Kansas State was still within 21-18 on a basket by Branshea Brown with 10:36 left in the first half, but Griner scored the game's next three baskets. It was the start of a 16-2 run for Baylor that included eight points from Griner, Terran Condrey's only two field goals of the half, and jumpers by Sims and Kimetria Hayden. By the time Sims converted a three-point play off a feed from Griner, and Williams scored on a fast break, the Lady Bears had surged to a comfortable 42-22 halftime advantage.

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) – Kansas State's Branshea Brown picked a good day to have a career game. The senior forward scored a career-high 22 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Wildcats past Princeton 67-64 Saturday in the first round of the women's NCAA tournament. Jalana Childs added 15 points for Kansas State (20-13). The eighth seed will play the Prairie View A&M-Connecticut winner in the second round. Niveen Rasheed had 20 points, and Lauren Edwards and Devona Allgood each had 15 for Princeton (24-5). The Tigers lost for the first time in 18 games and for the third consecutive year in the first round of the tournament. The win is the first in the tournament for Kansas State since 2009. The Wildcats have not advanced past the second round since 2004. K-State led by four points at halftime, but Princeton started the second half on a 10-2 run. A 3-point play by Allgood and a layup by Rasheed gave the Tigers a 37-33 lead and forced a K-State timeout. The Wildcats quickly regrouped. A layup by Brown capped a 14-4 run over the next 5 minutes and gave Kansas State a 49-43 lead and they pushed that lead to eight. Lauren Edwards brought the Tigers back to 53-52 on a 3-pointer, but the Wildcats held them off, going to Brown in the paint for key buckets down the stretch. Princeton, which became the first Ivy League team to be ranked in the AP poll when it was released Monday, was making its third tournament appearance, having won the Ivy League each of the past three seasons. They lost to St. John's in 2010 and Georgetown last season. Rasheed, who missed last year's NCAA tournament with an ACL injury, looked nervous at the start and turned the ball over on Princeton's first two possessions. The Tigers didn't score for almost 4 minutes as Kansas State jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead. But Princeton responded with a 12-2 run over the next 4 minutes, taking the lead on a 3-point shot from Lauren Edwards and forcing a timeout from K-State. The Wildcats then reeled off the next seven points. Brown, whose previous career-high was 14 points, had 12 points and six rebounds at halftime, and the Wildcats led 31-27. Childs and Chambers, who each came in averaging over 14 points a game, combined for just 10 points before intermission. This is Kansas State's 13th NCAA tournament appearance and the ninth under Deb Patterson. It's the third time since 2008 and the second straight season that Kansas State (20-13) has been shipped to Connecticut. The Wildcats were in Storrs last year as an eight-seed and lost to Purdue in the opening round. Kansas State also played in Bridgeport in 2008.

Kansas State (19-13, 9-9 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 02 Chambers, Brittany g 7-17 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-11 22 White, Mariah g 2-4 33 Childs, Jalana f 5-12 34 Brown, Branshea f 3-14 11 Caron, Chantay 1-2 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 4-6 23 Woods, Ashia 0-1 TEAM Totals 25-67

Princeton (24-5, 14-0 Ivy League) No. N A M E FG 20 Miller, Kate f 3-8 24 Rasheed, Niveen f 8-22 44 Allgood, Devona c 7-10 03 Polansky, Lauren g 1-4 30 Edwards, Lauren g 5-13 10 Hung, Nicole 2-3 22 Johnson, Laura 0-0 25 Smith, Mariah 0-0 43 Bowen, Megan 0-1 TEAM Totals 26-61

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .267 .300 .750

Baylor (33-0, 18-0 Big 12) No. N A M E 00 Sims, Odyssey g 01 Hayden, Kimetria g 03 Madden, Jordan g 10 Williams, Destiny f 42 Griner, Brittney c 14 Robertson, Makenzie 20 Condrey, Terran 22 Agbuke, Sune 24 Field, Ashley 25 Palmer, Lindsay 32 Pope, Brooklyn TEAM Totals

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

3FG 2-9 1-5 1-1 1-1 0-3 1-1 3-4 0-1 9-25

FT 2-2 0-1 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2

RB PF 2-6-8 0 2-2-4 0 2-3-5 3 3-2-5 4 2-5-7 1 1-0-1 2 0-0-0 4 0-0-0 1 2-1-3 6-9 14-19-33 15

A MIN 4 37 0 29 3 38 1 24 3 31 1 16 1 13 2 12

65

15 200

2nd Half .459 .400 .600

FG 2-8 3-7 1-3 6-11 19-28 1-3 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

3FG FT RB PF 0-4 3-3 0-1-1 1 1-1 2-2 0-3-3 1 0-2 0-1 2-1-3 2 0-0 0-0 5-9-14 3 0-0 7-10 2-8-10 2 1-2 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3-2-5 0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 0-2-2 36-64 2-9 12-16 13-28-41 9

1st Half .633 .000 .800

TP 18 7 7 11 7 3 11 1

2nd Half .500 .400 .727

Game .373 .360 .667 3

TP 7 9 2 12 45 3 8 0 0 0 0

A MIN 5 34 8 27 7 26 0 30 4 37 0 6 2 17 0 3 0 6 0 4 0 10

86

26 200 Game .563 .222 .750 0

1st Half 22 42

2nd Half 43 44

1st Half .423 .500 .750

Kansas State (20-13, 9-9 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 6-13 34 Brown, Branshea f 10-17 02 Chambers, Brittany g 3-7 13 Dickey, Tasha g 3-6 22 White, Mariah g 1-3 11 Caron, Chantay 1-2 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 0-0 23 Woods, Ashia 1-5 TEAM Totals 25-54

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .394 .333 1.000

FT RB PF 0-0 2-0-2 1 3-5 4-5-9 3 1-1 2-10-12 2 0-0 3-2-5 3 3-4 2-2-4 0 2-2 0-0-0 1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0-0 1-1-2 0 2-4-6 3-12 9-12 16-24-40 10

TP 6 20 15 2 15 6 0 0 0

A MIN 0 29 6 37 1 32 1 35 0 38 0 13 0 4 0 1 0 11

64

8 200

2nd Half .429 .125 .750

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

FT 3-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 6-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

RB 4-4-8 1-6-7 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-3 0-6-6 5-15 12-14 7-22-29 2nd Half .571 .333 .833

Game .426 .250 .750 0

PF 1 3 1 5 2 0 0 0 2

TP 15 22 6 8 9 3 0 0 4

A MIN 0 35 4 39 2 39 0 17 5 38 1 5 0 2 0 1 4 24

14

67

16 200 Game .463 .333 .857 0

Officials: Joseph Vaszily, Laura Morris, Edward Sidlasky Technical Fouls: Princeton - None; Kansas State-None Attendance: 4,563

Officials: Tina Napier, Beverly Roberts, Felicia Grinter Technical Fouls: Kansas State-None ; Baylor - None Attendance: 5,408 Score by Period Kansas State Baylor

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

3FG 0-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Game 65 86

Score by Period Princeton Kansas State

1st Half 27 31

2nd Half 37 36

Game 64 67

Game 67 63

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2011-12 BOX SCORES GAME

34

KANSAS STATE (3/3) CONNECTICUT

26 72

March 19, 2012 • Bridgeport, Conn.

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) – Bria Hartley scored 13 of her 16 points in the first half and top-seeded Connecticut held Kansas State to an NCAA tournament record low for points in a game in a 72-26 second-round rout Monday night. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis added 15 points and Kiah Stokes had a career-high 13 for top-seeded UConn, which will play the winner of Penn State and LSU in Kingston, R.I. on Saturday in the regional semifinals. It’s the 19th straight season that UConn has made it to the round of 16. Eighth-seeded Kansas State (20-14) was trying to make it that far for the first time since 2002. The Wildcats were no match for the Huskies, unable to surpass the 27 points that Southern scored against Duke in 2006. Brittany Chambers scored 11 points to lead the Wildcats, who went 11 minutes in the first half without a point. Chambers recorded three connections from beyond the arc and became just the second player in school history with two or more seasons with 80 or more made 3-point field goals. After taking a 3-2 lead 34 seconds in, the Wildcats missed 18 straight shots over the next 11:17. By the time Jalana Childs put back a miss, they trailed 19-5 with 8:09 left. They could never recover. Even when Kansas State did something right, it went wrong. Twice the Wildcats had steals at midcourt that would have led to easy layups, but UConn (31-4) was whistled for fouls. Both times Kansas State took the ball out on the side and was unable to convert the turnovers into baskets. A pull-up jumper from the free throw line by Chambers just before halftime helped Kansas State avoid tying Prairie View for the lowest-scoring first half in the history of the NCAA tournament. The 16th-seeded Lady Panthers did that last season against Brittney Griner and top-seed Baylor. Hartley and Mosqueda-Lewis outscored the Wildcats in the first half. MosquedaLewis, who matched the UConn record with 21 points in her NCAA debut, fell just five short of the school’s two-game mark held by Maya Moore. The Huskies led 38-10 at the half, as the Wildcats missed 27 of their 31 shots. It didn’t get much better in the second half for Kansas State. UConn built its lead up to 46. The only question in the last few minutes was whether the Wildcats would avoid the mark for futility set by Southern. A late basket by Emma Ostermann gave Kansas State 26 points. They had a few chances for more, but couldn’t come up with another point. It was the 17th time this season that the Huskies held an opponent under 40 points. The Wildcats survived a tough test from Princeton in the opening round Saturday, beating the Tigers 67-64. They were playing the Huskies for the first time despite being in UConn’s region of the NCAAs five times in the last 11 years. Kansas State (20-14, 9-9 Big 12) No. N A M E FG 33 Childs, Jalana f 2-9 34 Brown, Branshea f 1-9 02 Chambers, Brittany g 4-16 13 Dickey, Tasha g 1-12 22 White, Mariah g 0-2 11 Caron, Chantay 0-0 14 Wittman, Stephanie 0-2 20 Ostermann, Emma 1-1 21 Chisholm, JuliAnne 1-4 23 Woods, Ashia 0-2 TEAM Totals 10-57

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .129 .167 .000

Connecticut (31-4, 13-3 Big East) No. N A M E FG 03 Hayes, Tiffany f 4-7 31 Dolson, Stefanie c 2-4 05 Doty, Caroline g 1-3 14 Hartley, Bria g 6-12 34 Faris, Kelly g 2-2 13 Banks, Brianna 1-5 23 Mosqueda-Lewis, K. 6-12 25 Johnson, Michala 1-3 32 Buck, Heather 0-1 41 Stokes, Kiah 5-6 TEAM Totals 28-55

Field Goals Three-Point FG Free Throws Deadball Rebounds

1st Half .536 .333 .833

3FG 0-2 0-0 3-12 1-8 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 4-26

FT 2-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB PF 5-1-6 3 1-3-4 2 3-3-6 0 1-4-5 0 0-3-3 1 0-0-0 0 1-0-1 0 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 0 2-1-3 1 3-1-4 2-5 16-16-32 8

TP 6 2 11 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 26

2nd Half .231 .143 1.000

3FG 2-4 0-0 0-1 2-6 1-1 0-3 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 1-2 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-4

RB PF 1-8-9 2 2-3-5 2 0-1-1 2 0-2-2 1 1-6-7 0 1-1-2 0 1-1-2 1 1-1-2 0 1-2-3 1 4-5-9 0 0-3-3 7-20 9-12 12-33-45 9 2nd Half .481 .364 .667

A MIN 0 29 0 31 0 37 0 23 1 33 0 11 2 8 0 7 0 12 0 9 3 200 Game .175 .154 .400 1

TP 11 4 4 16 5 2 15 2 0 13

A MIN 4 24 1 28 2 25 3 25 4 32 0 14 1 21 0 5 0 8 0 18

72

15 200 Game .509 .350 .750 2

Officials: Joseph Vaszily, Laura Morris, Eric Koch Technical Fouls: Kansas State-None; Connecticut Attendance: 4,372 Score by Period Kansas State Connecticut

96

1st Half 10 38

2nd Half 16 34

Game 26 72


DEPARTED SENIOR

34 | BRANSHEA BROWN F | 6-2 Walterboro. S.C. (Colleton County HS)

CAREER HIGHS Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

39, twice 22, vs. Princeton (3/17/12) 10, vs. Princeton (3/17/12) 17, vs. Princeton (3/17/12) -3, vs. Baylor (3/9/12) 5, twice 10, vs. St. John’s (11/13/10) 13, vs. Northwestern (12/19/11) 5, at Texas Tech (1/14/12) 4, three times 6, at Texas (2/1/12)

• Ranks tied for 22nd in school history for career rebounds (539) • Ranks sixth in school history for career blocks (76) • Ranks tied for 10th in school history for career games played (128)

SENIOR (2011-12) Played in and started all 34 games... Set career-highs in points (191, 5.6 ppg), assists (61), blocks (27) and field goals made and attempted (83-of-202)... Ranked 14th in the league in blocked shots (0.8 bpg)... Tallied four points, seven rebounds and three blocks against BYU (11/16)... Her first block against BYU was the 50th of her career... Recorded eight points, seven rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block against Iowa (12/3)... Filled up her stat line at South Dakota State (12/10) with 13 points, seven rebounds, two assists, two steals and a blocked shot... Tallied a career-high 13 rebounds against Northwestern (12/19)... Registered 12 points, on 5-of-6 shooting, seven rebounds and four assists at Kansas (1/7)... Registered eight points, eight rebounds and two blocks against Oklahoma (1/17)... Registered a career-high six steals at Texas (2/1)... Tied her career-high and tallied a season-high four blocks against Kansas (2/12)... Added 10 points and eight rebounds against the Jayhawks... Tallied a career-high 22 points, on a career-best 10-of-17 from the field, against Princeton (3/17).

JUNIOR (2010-11) Played in 32 games and started 21... Leads the team in rebounds, blocked shots and is second in field goal percentage and fourth in steals... Ranked ninth in the Big 12 for offensive rebounds per

BROWN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. 2008-09 31-0 205-6.6 2009-10 31-1 558-18.0 2010-11 32-21 844-26.4 2011-12 34-34 1022-30.1 TOTAL 128-56 2629-20.5

FGM-FGA 14-45 38-98 66-151 83-202 201-496

PCT .311 .388 .437 .411 .405

game (2.5)... Recorded five or more rebounds in 19 games... Has blocked four shots in two games this season and is the first Wildcat to achieve this feat since Marlies Gipson in the 2008-09 season... Carded a career-highs with 14 points and four blocked shots against St. John's (11/13)... Also hauled in six rebounds and recorded an assist and a steal against the Red Storm... Had a memorable game in her home state, as she tallied 10 points, five rebounds, three steals, two assists and two blocked shots at College of Charleston (11/27)... Registered 12 points, seven rebounds, a career-high tying four blocked shots, three steals and an assist against South Dakota State (11/30)... Tallied a personal season-high 11 rebounds to go with six points, two blocks, an assist and a steal at Iowa (12/5)... First double figure rebounding game for K-State this season and Brown's first since March 6, 2010 against Nebraska... Recorded 10 points, five rebounds, a blocked shot and a steal in just 16 minutes of action against North Dakota (12/8)... Notched 13 points, four rebounds, three steals and an assist against UC Davis (12/12)... Carded nine points, four rebounds and two blocks off the bench at Dartmouth (12/29)... Registered six points, eight rebounds, an assist and a blocked shot against Vermont (12/30)... Came off the bench to record 11 points on a career-best 5-of-5 from the foul line and also pulled in seven rebounds against Missouri (1/19)... Tied her career-high with 11 rebounds, including six offensive boards, and two steals in 36 minutes off the bench at Colorado (1/26)... Pulled in 10 rebounds, including six offensive, against Kansas (1/29)... Notched 10 points, eight rebounds, an assist and a steal against Texas A&M (3/2)... Carded five points, six rebounds and a steal at Kansas (3/5)... Pulled in 11 rebounds to go with four points and a steal against Purdue (3/20) in the NCAA Tournament first round.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10) Played in 31 games and garnered her first career start at BYU (11/27/09)... Averaged a career-high 18.0 minutes per game and tallied a career-high 29 minutes against VCU (12/20/09)... Averaged a career-high 3.1 points (95 total points), grabbed a career-high 4.3 rebounds per game (133 total rebounds)... Snared 53 offensive rebounds... Led the team in blocked shots with a career-high 19... Dished out a career-high 16 assists... Scored a career-high 12 points, on a career-best 5-of-9 shooting and pulled in eight rebounds against UTSA (12/21/09)... First time Brown has reached double figures... Averaged 4.8 points and 5.3 rebounds during final six games of the season... Hauled in a career-high 11 rebounds against Nebraska (3/6/10)... Recorded seven points and six rebounds at Iowa State (2/27/10)... Pulled in 10 rebounds against Northwestern (12/13/09)... Also rejected a career-high three shots against Northwestern and at Iowa State

3PT-A 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-4

PCT .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FTM-FTA 16-32 19-31 41-68 25-53 101-184

PCT O-D-T AVG .500 20-37-57 1.8 .613 53-80-133 4.3 .603 81-107-188 5.9 .472 61-100-161 4.7 .549 215-324-539 4.2

PF-D 51-1 94-4 100-4 94-2 339-11

A 4 16 23 61 104

TO 26 45 68 55 194

BLK 8 19 22 27 76

ST 5 16 34 33 88

PTS-AVG 44-1.4 95-3.1 173-5.4 191-5.6 503-3.9 97


DEPARTED SENIOR

(2/27/10)... Tallied three steals against Northwestern... Scored four points and pulled in seven rebounds against Arkansas State (11/16/09)... Also pulled in seven rebounds and blocked two shots at Creighton (11/23/09)... Tallied four points, six rebounds and a blocked shot against Washington State (11/20/09).

FRESHMAN (2008-09) Finished debut season by averaging 1.4 points (44), 1.8 rebounds (57) and 0.3 blocks (8) in 6.6 minutes per game (205)... Grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds and scored six points against UTSA (11/23/08)... First freshman to pull in at least 10 rebounds since Ashley Sweat grabbed 11 boards on Jan. 31, 2007 at Colorado... Registered a career-high eight points, pulled in eight rebounds 98

and dished out a career-high two assists against Central Arkansas (1/3/09)... Carded three points and four rebounds against Alcorn State (12/5/08)... Recorded two points, four rebounds and an assist at Iowa State (1/31/09).


DEPARTED SENIOR

33 | JALANA CHILDS F | 6-2 Orlando, Fla. (Timber Creek HS)

CHILDS' TROPHY CASE • Named 2012 All-Big 12 first team by league's coaches • Named to 2012 Academic All-Big 12 second team • Named as a candidate for the 2011-12 Lowe's Senior CLASS Award • Named to the 2011-12 preseason All-Big 12 honorable mention team • 2012 Winter Big 12 Community of Champions recipient • Named to 2010-11 All-Big 12 second team • Named 2010 Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic MVP • Named to the 34th Annual Blue Sky Classic all-tournament team • 2009-10 Academic All-Big 12 first team • Big 12 Freshman of the Week (Feb. 16, 2009) • Six-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll selection

CAREER HIGHS Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

40, twice 31, vs. Iowa State (3/8/12) 13, vs. Iowa State (3/8/12) 23, vs. Iowa State (3/8/12) 1, four times 2, twice 10, vs. Texas Tech (3/3/12) 13, twice 16, vs. Oklahoma State (2/15/09) 4, twice 3, three times 3, three times

• Ranks 18th in school history for career points with 1,237 • Ranks 28th in school history for career rebounds with 503 • Ranks tied for second in school history for career games played with 131

SENIOR (2011-12) Played in and started a career-high 34 games... Played a careerhigh 1,090 minutes... Led the team and is sixth in the Big 12 for scoring (14.3 ppg)... Ranks 10th in the Big 12 in field goal percentage (.445)... Ranks eighth in the Big 12 for free throw percentage (.778)... Carded game-highs of 18 points and nine rebounds against BYU (11/16)... Recorded third career doubledouble with 20 points and 11 rebounds against Hofstra (11/24) in Cancun... Notched 23 points against Purdue (11/25) in Cancun...

CHILDS’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS 2008-09 33-3 2009-10 32-31 2010-11 32-29 2011-12 34-34 TOTAL 131-97

MIN-AVG. 313-9.5 761-23.8 873-27.3 1090-32.1 3037-23.2

FGM-FGA 44-83 103-241 168-370 197-443 512-1137

PCT .530 .427 .454 .445 .450

Secured her third straight 20-point game with 20 points against Iowa (12/3)... Tallied a game-high 21 points and nine rebounds at Marist (12/29/11)... Scored 23 points on 10-of-18 shooting at Texas Tech (1/14)... Surpassed the 1,000-point mark against Oklahoma (1/17) with 16 points... Also moved into the career rebounding school rankings with eight boards against the Sooners... Tallied 22 points, on 11-of-19 shooting, five rebounds and two blocks against Iowa State (1/25)... Scored 16 points, including eight of the final 12 of the game, in K-State's win at Texas (2/1)... Tallied 18 points, including eight of the final 10 in the game, in K-State win over Kansas (2/12)... Registered a game-high 22 points against Oklahoma State (2/22), including 18 in the first half... Notched a career-high and school record for a Big 12 tournament game with 31 points on 13-of-23 shooting against Iowa State (3/8)... Also pulled in 10 rebounds and pocketed three steals against the Cyclones... Carded 15 points and eight rebounds against Princeton (3/17) in NCAA Tournament first round win.

JUNIOR (2010-11) Played in 32 games and started 29... Ranked 19th in the Big 12 in scoring and second on the team... Ranked 15th in the Big 12 and 104th in the nation in field goal percentage (.454)... Scored in doubles figures in 20 games... Tallied 20 or more points four times... Notched 16 points on 8-of-9 shooting, five rebounds and two steals against Grambling State (11/12)... Tallied 18 points, five rebounds and tied her career-high with three blocks against Western Illinois (11/21)... Carded 18 points on 6-of-11 shooting and was 6-of-7 from the foul line at Iowa (12/5)... Also carded six rebounds, two assists and a steal against the Hawkeyes (12/5)... Recorded 15 points and five rebounds against Vermont (12/30)... Registered second career double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds against Oklahoma State (1/9)... Led K-State with 15 points and also pulled in seven rebounds and notched two steals at Texas Tech (1/15)... Scored a career-high 21 points, including a career-best 7-of-8 from the foul line, against Missouri (1/19)... Registered 17 points, five rebounds and two assists at Colorado (1/26)... Tallied 18 points, four rebounds, two assists and two blocks against Kansas (1/29)... Carded 17 points, five rebounds, a career-high three steals and dished out two assists against Texas (2/9)... Scored 21 points, including 19 in the second half, at Iowa State (2/13)... Also registered five rebounds, one assist, one block and one steal against the Cyclones... Notched 18 points, three rebounds and an assist against Colorado (2/16)... Recorded 22 points on 8-of-20 shooting, including 1-of-2 from beyond the arc, and 5-of-6 from the foul line at Nebraska (2/19)... Scored 22 points on 9-of-16 shooting at Baylor (2/23)... Tallied a game-high

3PT-A 1-1 0-0 3-8 1-8 5-17

PCT 1.000 .000 .375 .125 .294

FTM-FTA 16-37 29-56 72-105 91-117 208-315

PCT O-D-T .432 22-33-55 .518 66-76-142 .686 49-86-135 .778 79-92-171 .660 216-287-503

AVG 1.7 4.4 4.2 5.0 3.8

PF-D 47-1 82-4 73-3 81-2 283-10

A 10 28 33 33 104

TO 20 44 49 68 181

BLK 1 17 17 20 55

ST 5 9 22 16 52

PTS-AVG 105-3.2 235-7.3 411-12.8 486-14.3 1237-9.4 99


DEPARTED SENIOR

16 points while also dishing out two assists, picking up two steals and blocking a shot at Kansas (3/5)... Carded 14 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals against Iowa State (3/9).

Scored 14 points, pulled in eight rebounds and dished out a career-high four assists against Indiana State (11/14/09)... Tallied 12 points and six rebounds against UTSA (12/21/09).

SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in all 32 games and started 31, including the final 27 games of the season... Led the Wildcats in field goal percentage (.427, 103-of-241)... Set career-highs in six statistical categories... Averaged 7.3 points (235 total points) and hauled in 4.4 rebounds (142 total rebounds)... Scored in double figures in 12 games... Grabbed a team-high 66 offensive rebounds, which was 46 percent of her total rebounds... Snagged five or more rebounds in 14 games... Finished third on the team with a career-high 17 blocked shots... Scored 15 points against Kansas (1/9/10)...

Finished first season in Manhattan averaging 3.2 points (105), 1.7 rebounds (55) and 0.3 assists (10) in 9.5 minutes per game (313)... Named Big 12 Freshman of the Week for Feb. 16, 2009... Made first career start against Oklahoma State (2/15/09) and responded with first career double-double with career-highs of 14 points on 6-of-12 shooting and a career-high 16 rebounds... The 16 boards were the most by a Wildcat during the 2008-09 season and the highest by a freshman since Shalee Lehning pulled down a school record-tying 20 against Louisiana Tech on Dec. 6, 2005...

100

Tallied 13 points on 6-of-8 shooting against UTSA (11/23/08)... In first NCAA Tournament game, recorded six points, a rebound, an assist and a blocked shot against Drexel (3/21/09).


DEPARTED SENIOR

21 | JULIANNE CHISHOLM F | 5-11 Hillsboro, Kan. (Hillsboro HS)

CHISHOLM'S TROPHY CASE • Named to 2012 Academic All-Big 12 first team • 2010-11 Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District VII 2nd team • Named to 2010-11 Academic All-Big 12 first team.

CAREER HIGHS Minutes Points

23, vs. Vermont (12/30/10) 11, vs. Baylor (3/9/12)

rebounds and an assist... In her first career start at Dartmouth (12/29), she tallied six points, three rebounds and a career-high two steals... Scored four points, pulled in four rebounds, recorded two steals and a blocked shot against Vermont (12/30)... Tallied two points, two rebounds, two steals and an assist against Colorado (2/16)... Carded a late game layup, two rebounds, an assist and a steal at Nebraska (2/19)... Recorded two blocks, a steal and a rebound against Texas A&M (3/2)... Notched two points and two rebounds against Baylor (3/11).

Field Goals 4, vs. Baylor (3/9/12) Field Goals Attempted 8, at Dartmouth (12/29/10) 3-pt. Field Goals 3, vs. Baylor (3/9/12) 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted 5, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) Free Throws 2, three times Free Throws Attempted 3, at Missouri (2/25/12) Rebounds 5, vs. North Dakota State (12/18/11) Assists 1, eight times Blocks 2, twice Steals 2, three times

SENIOR (2011-12) Played in a career-high 27 games... Scored a career-high 60 points and connected on a career-best 13-of-32 from beyond the arc... Dished out a career-high eight assists and blocked a careerbest nine shots... Saw 22 minutes of action against Dartmouth (11/12) in the season-opener and tallied six points and three rebounds... Registered two 3-point field goals made against the Big Green... Added three points, a rebound, an assist and a steal against Missouri State (11/18)... Set a new career-high with five rebounds against North Dakota State (12/18)... Scored 10 points on 3-of-7 shooting, including 2-of-2 from beyond the arc, against Missouri (1/11)... Knocked down a pair of three-point field goals at Texas A&M (2/8)... Tallied a career-high 11 points against Baylor (3/9), with a career-best 3 connections from beyond the arc.

JUNIOR (2010-11) Played in 24 games, including five starts... Following the conclusion of her senior season with the Kansas State volleyball team, she joined the Kansas State women's basketball program on Nov. 28... Made first career appearance against South Dakota State (11/30)... Played four minutes and tallied her first point on a free throw... Had a career-day against North Dakota (12/8) with seven points, including her first career 3-point field goal, four rebounds and an assist in 16 minutes of action... Played a career-high 18 minutes against UC Davis (12/12) and recorded one point, three

CHISHOLM’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. 2010-11 23-5 241-10.5 2011-12 27-0 224-8.3 TOTAL 50-5 465-9.3

FGM-FGA 11-40 21-62 32-102

PCT .275 .339 .314

3PT-A 1-10 13-32 14-42

PCT .100 .406 .333

FTM-FTA 4-8 5-7 9-15

PCT .500 .714 .600

O-D-T 8-26-34 10-18-28 18-44-62

AVG 1.5 1.0 1.2

PF-D 29-0 17-0 46-0

A 6 8 14

TO 17 15 32

BLK 4 9 13

ST 12 6 18

PTS-AVG 27-1.2 60-2.2 87-1.7 101


DEPARTED SENIOR

13 | TASHA DICKEY G | 5-10 Sandy, Utah (Arizona/Brighton HS)

DICKEY'S TROPHY CASE • Named to the 2008 Pac-10 All-Freshman honorable mention team

CAREER HIGHS Minutes Points Field Goals Field Goals Attempted 3-pt. Field Goals 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

39, vs. Kansas (2/12/12) 20, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 8, three times 20, vs. Oklahoma (1/17/12) 3, six times 10, vs. Iowa State (1/25/12) 5, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11) 6, twice 10, vs. Kansas (2/12/12) 4, vs. Miami (Ohio) (11/15/09) 2, twice 6, vs. Dartmouth (11/12/11)

SENIOR (2011-12) Third on the team and ranks 28th in the Big 12 in scoring (9.9 ppg)... Ranks 12th in the Big 12 in steals per game (1.6)... Made her K-State debut with a start against Dartmouth (11/12)... Tallied 20 points, five rebounds, six steals and two blocked shots in 23 minutes of action against the Big Green... Dickey registered career-highs in points, free throws made and attempted, steals and blocks with the performance and tied her career-highs in field goals made and attempted... Her 20 points and five free throws made against Dartmouth were exactly half her point total and free throws made total from the 2010-11 season in 21 games with Arizona... Dickey tallied the most points in a K-State debut since Laurie Koehn registered 27 against Georgia Tech on Nov. 16, 2001... With her six steals, Dickey pocketed the most steals by a Wildcat since Shalee Lehning carded six against Chattanooga on March 23, 2008 in the NCAA Tournament... Pulled in a career-high tying six rebounds against BYU (11/16).,, Registered 10 points, four rebounds, two steals and a block against Missouri State (11/18)... Recorded 15 points, six rebounds and three steals against Hofstra (11/24) in Cancun... Tallied 12 points, six rebounds, three steals and two assists against Iowa (12/3)... Registered eight points, two steals and a block against North Dakota State (12/18)... Finished with six points, five rebounds, a block and a steal against Northwestern (12/19)... Tallied 13 points, six rebounds and three steals at Marist (12/29)... Recorded a perfect night against Texas A&M (1/4), as she was 6DICKEY’S CAREER STATISTICS (Arizona & K-State) YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. FGM-FGA 2007-08 (UA) 28-21 713-25.5 71-212 2008-09 (UA) 2009-10 (UA) 27-0 218-8.1 20-55 2010-11 (UA) 21-0 154-7.3 15-48 2011-12 (K-State) 34-34 901-26.5 125-319 TOTAL 110-55 1987-18.1 231-634 102

PCT .335 .364 .313 .392 .364

of-6 from the field including 2-of-2 from beyond the arc, and 3of-3 from the foul line for 17 points... Also added six rebounds and three steals against the Aggies... Registered 17 points on 8-of-11 shooting and pulled in four rebounds at Texas Tech (1/14)... Led the Wildcats with 18 points and pulled in seven rebounds against Oklahoma (1/17)... Notched 15 points and eight rebounds at Oklahoma State (1/28)... Pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds to go with eight points and three steals against Kansas (2/12)... Tallied 18 points on 8-of-16 shooting against Texas (2/18).

CAREER AT ARIZONA Played in 76 career games and made 21 starts... Notched 1,085 minutes (14.3 mpg)... Registered 282 points (3.7 ppg), 110 rebounds (1.4 rpg) and 39 assists (0.5 apg)... Recorded a shooting percentage of .337 from the field (106-of-315), including 26of-112 (.232) from beyond the three-point line... Tallied a careerhigh of 18 points against Charlotte (11/11/07), which included a career-best seven made field goals... Redshirted during the entire 2008-09 season due to injury... Earned Pac-10 All-Freshman Team honorable mention honors following the 2007-08 season... Averaged 6.9 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.4 steals in 25.5 minutes per game in her rookie season in Tucson.

3PT-A 24-96

PCT FTM-FTA .250 26-39 DNP - Injured 2-9 .222 8-18 0-7 .000 10-15 43-151 .285 42-58 70-267 .262 86-130

PCT .667

O-D-T 26-31-57

AVG 2.0

PF-D 59-2

A 26

TO 64

BLK 1

ST 40

PTS-AVG 192-6.9

.444 13-17-30 1.1 .667 11-12-23 1.1 .724 33-105-138 4.1 .662 83-165-248 2.3

19-0 22-0 93-6 193-8

9 4 16 55

29 10 62 165

3 4 10 18

14 6 53 113

50-1.9 40-1.9 335-9.9 617-5.6


DEPARTED SENIOR

20 | EMMA OSTERMANN G | 5-8 Abilene, Kan. (Abilene HS/Cloud County CC)

OSTERMANN'S TROPHY CASE

CLOUD COUNTY CC

• Named to 2012 Academic All-Big 12 first team

During her time with the Thunderbirds, she aided the squad to a 50-14 record and a pair of Region 6 tournament appearances... In her first season under coach Brett Erkenbrack, Ostermann averaged 10.0 points on a .380 field goal percentage, including a .350 three-point field goal percent... She also pulled in 2.5 rebounds per contest and shot .750 from the foul line... During the 2009-10 season, she tallied 8.0 points on a .390 field goal percentage and a .360 field goal percentage... She also notched 3.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists.

CAREER HIGHS Minutes 12, vs. St. John’s (11/13/10) Points 5, at UTSA (12/20/10) Field Goals 1, six times Field Goals Attempted 4, vs. North Dakota State (12/18/11) 3-pt. Field Goals 1, five times 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted3, vs. North Dakota State (12/18/11) Free Throws 4, vs. Wichita State (12/7/11) Free Throws Attempted 4, vs. Wichita State (12/7/11) Rebounds 3, vs. St. John’s (11/13/10) Assists 1, vs. Missouri (1/11/12) Blocks -Steals 2, vs. Missouri State (11/18/11)

SENIOR (2011-12) Saw action in a career-high 19 games... Scored a career-high 16 points... Played 11 minutes in the season-opener against Dartmouth (11/12) and tallied a rebound and a steal... Scored her first four points of the season on a career-high 4-of-4 performance from the foul line against Wichita State (12/7)... Saw action at South Dakota State (12/10) and connected on her first threepoint field goal of the year.

JUNIOR (2010-11) Played in 16 games... Made career debut against Grambling State (11/12) and carded a rebound and a steal in seven minutes of action... Played a career-high 12 minutes and registered two points on a pair of free throws against St. John's (11/13)... Also pulled in a career-high three rebounds and tallied a steal against the Red Storm... Tallied first career made field goal against Western Illinois (11/21) and finished with two points, a rebound and a steal... Scored a career-high five points, including her first career 3-point field goal at UTSA (12/20)... Knocked down a three and dished out two assists against Colorado (2/16).

OSTERMANN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR G-GS MIN-AVG. 2010-11 16-0 85-5.3 2011-12 19-0 90-4.7 TOTAL 35-0 175-5.0

FGM-FGA 3-18 4-16 7-34

PCT .167 .250 .206

3PT-A 2-13 3-12 5-25

PCT .154 .250 .200

FTM-FTA 6-8 5-6 11-14

PCT .750 .833 .786

O-D-T 4-7-11 1-2-3 5-9-14

AVG 0.7 0.2 0.4

PF-D 8-0 8-0 16-0

A 2 2 4

TO 2 2 4

BLK 0 0 0

ST 6 3 9

PTS-AVG 14-0.9 16-0.8 30-0.9 103


2011-12 BIG 12 CONFERENCE REVIEW

FINAL BIG 12 STANDINGS

Baylor*^! $ Oklahoma ! Texas A&M ! Iowa State ! Kansas State ! Kansas ! Oklahoma State ~% Texas ! Texas Tech ~ Missouri *Big 12 regular season champions

/-----------Conference---------\ W L Pct. 18 0 1.000 11 7 .611 11 7 .611 9 9 .500 9 9 .500 8 10 .444 8 10 .444 8 10 .444 6 12 .333 2 16 .111 ^Big 12 postseason champion

H 9-0 7-2 7-2 7-2 5-4 3-6 6-3 6-3 4-5 1-8

/-----------------------------Overall-----------------------------\ W L Pct. H A N 40 0 1.000 19-0 11-0 10-0 21 13 .618 11-5 5-7 5-1 24 11 .686 14-2 6-7 4-2 18 13 .581 14-3 3-8 1-2 20 14 .588 10-4 6-6 4-4 21 13 .618 13-6 6-5 2-2 22 12 .647 18-3 3-7 1-2 18 14 .563 13-4 3-7 2-2 21 14 .600 14-6 5-7 2-1 13 18 .419 8-9 4-8 1-1

A 9-0 4-5 4-5 3-6 4-5 5-4 2-7 2-7 2-7 1-8

!NCAA Participant

$NCAA Champion

~WNIT Participant

L10 10-0 5-5 5-5 5-5 4-6 4-6 9-1 5-5 4-6 3-7

Streak W40 L1 L1 L3 L1 L1 W6 L2 L1 L1

/-vs. Ranked Teams-\ Top-10 Top-25 6-0 13-0 1-4 4-7 1-5 3-6 0-5 1-7 2-4 2-6 1-3 4-6 0-2 2-4 1-4 3-6 0-3 1-5 0-2 0-6

%WNIT Champion

2012 PHILLIPS 66/BIG 12 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP /-----------FIRST ROUND-----------\ /--------QUARTERFINALS---------\ /-----------SEMIFINALS------------\ /-------------- FINALS -------------\

#5 Kansas State #1 Baylor Game-3 11 a.m.

#4 Iowa State

#8 Texas Game-1 5 p.m.

#9 Texas Tech Game-4 1:30 p.m.

#9 Texas Tech #7 Oklahoma State Game-2 7:30 p.m.

Game-7 12 p.m.

#1 Baylor

#5 Kansas State

#1 Baylor

Game-9 11 a.m.

#10 Missouri Game-5 5 p.m.

#10 Missouri

#2 Oklahoma #6 Kansas

#1 Baylor BIG 12 CHAMPION

#2 Oklahoma

Game-8 2:30 p.m.

#3 Texas A&M

Game-6 7:30 p.m.

#3 Texas A&M #3 Texas A&M \----------Wed., March 7-----------/ \----------Thurs., March 8-----------/ \----------Fri., March 9-----------/ \--------- Sat., March 10 ----------/

2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT National Championship Game (April 3) No. 1 Baylor 80, No. 1 Notre Dame 61 Women’s Final Four (April 1) No. 1 Baylor 59, No. 1 Stanford 47 Elite Eight (March 26) No. 1 Baylor 77, No. 2 Tennessee 58 Sweet 16 (March 24-25) No. 1 Baylor 83, No. 4 Georgia Tech 68 No. 2 Tennessee 84, No. 11 Kansas 73 No. 2 Maryland 81, No. 3 Texas A&M 74 Second Round (March 19-20) No. 1 Baylor 76, No. 9 Florida 57 No. 3 Texas A&M 61, No. 6 Arkansas 59 No. 11 Kansas 70, No. 3 Delaware 64 No. 3 St. John’s 74, No. 6 Oklahoma 70 No. 1 Connecticut 72, No. 8 Kansas State 26

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First Round (March 17-18) No. 1 Baylor 81, No. 16 UC Santa Barbara 40 No. 3 Texas A&M 69, No. 14 Albany 47 No. 6 Oklahoma 88, No. 11 Michigan 67 No. 8 Kansas State 67, No. 9 Princeton 64 No. 11 Kansas 57, No. 6 Nebraska 49 No. 8 West Virginia 68, No. 8 Texas 55 No. 7 Green Bay 71, No. 10 Iowa State 57

2012 POSTSEASON WNIT Championship Game at Oklahoma State 75, James Madison 68 Semifinals at Oklahoma State 73, San Diego 57 Quarterfinals at Oklahoma State 78, Colorado 70 Third Round at Oklahoma State 70, Missouri State 57 San Diego 60, at Texas Tech 51 Second Round at Oklahoma State 63, Wichita State 44 at Texas Tech 69, Tulane 55 First Round at Texas Tech 85, Eastern Illinois 71 at Oklahoma State 72, Central Arkansas 51


2011-12 BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS - OVERALL GAMES SCORING OFFENSE ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Oklahoma 3. Kansas 4. Texas A&M 5. Texas 6. Texas Tech 7. Oklahoma State 8. Iowa State 9. Missouri 10. Kansas State

G 40 34 34 35 32 35 34 31 31 34

W-L 40-0 21-13 21-13 24-11 18-14 21-14 22-12 18-13 13-18 20-14

Pts Avg/G 3136 78.4 2408 70.8 2334 68.6 2374 67.8 2155 67.3 2346 67.0 2252 66.2 1944 62.7 1894 61.1 1942 57.1

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team G 1. Baylor 40 2. Oklahoma State 34 3. Texas 32 4. Missouri 31 5. Oklahoma 34 6. Iowa State 31 7. Texas Tech 35 8. Kansas State 34 9. Texas A&M 35 10. Kansas 34

FG 777 697 709 701 778 645 751 706 753 828

FGA 2504 2011 1920 1895 2090 1714 1941 1815 1872 2040

Pct .310 .347 .369 .370 .372 .376 .387 .389 .402 .406

REBOUNDING MARGIN ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Iowa State 3. Texas Tech 4. Texas A&M 5. Oklahoma 6. Oklahoma State 7. Texas 8. Kansas 9. Missouri 10. Kansas State

G 40 31 35 35 34 34 32 34 31 34

TEAM 1810 1212 1458 1336 1374 1408 1299 1237 1151 1172

OPP Margin 1359 +11.3 1022 +6.1 1261 +5.6 1228 +3.1 1283 +2.7 1321 +2.6 1252 +1.5 1223 +0.4 1213 -2.0 1280 -3.2

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Team G 1. Baylor 40 2. Oklahoma State 34 3. Texas A&M 35 4. Kansas 34 5. Iowa State 31 6. Oklahoma 34 7. Kansas State 34 8. Texas 32 9. Texas Tech 35 10. Missouri 31

Asst 727 492 501 496 448 492 416 438 441 406

Turn 549 477 521 534 495 580 493 525 547 521

SCORING DEFENSE ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Iowa State 3. Kansas State 4. Oklahoma State 5. Texas Tech 6. Texas A&M 7. Texas 8. Kansas 9. Missouri 10. Oklahoma

G 40 31 34 34 35 35 32 34 31 34

Pts 2084 1775 1950 2013 2088 2102 2008 2155 1979 2237

Avg/G 52.1 57.3 57.4 59.2 59.7 60.1 62.8 63.4 63.8 65.8

3-POINT FG PCT ## Team 1. Oklahoma 2. Missouri 3. Texas 4. Baylor 5. Kansas 6. Iowa State 7. Texas Tech 8. Texas A&M 9. Oklahoma State 10. Kansas State

G 34 31 32 40 34 31 35 35 34 34

FG 202 214 161 143 125 227 177 110 193 173

FGA 582 628 475 425 372 714 562 354 640 612

Pct .347 .341 .339 .336 .336 .318 .315 .311 .302 .283

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Texas 3. Missouri 4. Texas A&M 5. Kansas 6. Oklahoma 7. Oklahoma State 8. Texas Tech 9. Kansas State 10. Iowa State

G 40 32 31 35 34 34 34 35 34 31

Blocks 310 191 178 157 144 137 130 133 97 80

Avg/G 7.75 5.97 5.74 4.49 4.24 4.03 3.82 3.80 2.85 2.58

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team 1. Texas Tech 2. Texas A&M 3. Baylor 4. Texas 5. Oklahoma State 6. Oklahoma 7. Iowa State 8. Kansas 9. Kansas State 10. Missouri

G 35 35 40 32 34 34 31 34 34 31

No. 572 550 584 462 444 423 373 398 390 313

Avg/G 16.34 15.71 14.60 14.44 13.06 12.44 12.03 11.71 11.47 10.10

SCORING MARGIN ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Texas A&M 3. Texas Tech 4. Oklahoma State 5. Iowa State 6. Kansas 7. Oklahoma 8. Texas 9. Kansas State 10. Missouri

G 40 35 35 34 31 34 34 32 34 31

OFF 78.4 67.8 67.0 66.2 62.7 68.6 70.8 67.3 57.1 61.1

DEF Margin 52.1 +26.3 60.1 +7.8 59.7 +7.4 59.2 +7.0 57.3 +5.5 63.4 +5.3 65.8 +5.0 62.8 +4.6 57.4 -0.2 63.8 -2.7

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE ## Team G 1. Baylor 40 2. Kansas State 34 3. Texas Tech 35 4. Kansas 34 5. Oklahoma State 34 6. Missouri 31 7. Oklahoma 34 8. Iowa State 31 9. Texas 32 10. Texas A&M 35

FG 201 132 151 115 197 168 188 171 168 170

FGA 760 470 523 380 644 549 613 556 533 466

Pct .264 .281 .289 .303 .306 .306 .307 .308 .315 .365

ASSISTS ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Kansas 3. Oklahoma State Oklahoma 5. Iowa State 6. Texas A&M 7. Texas 8. Missouri 9. Texas Tech 10. Kansas State

G 40 34 34 34 31 35 32 31 35 34

Assists 727 496 492 492 448 501 438 406 441 416

Avg/G 18.18 14.59 14.47 14.47 14.45 14.31 13.69 13.10 12.60 12.24

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Oklahoma State 3. Oklahoma 4. Iowa State 5. Missouri 6. Texas 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas 9. Kansas State 10. Texas A&M

G 40 34 34 31 31 32 35 34 34 35

No. 1226 964 951 839 838 837 886 839 782 786

Avg/G 30.65 28.35 27.97 27.06 27.03 26.16 25.31 24.68 23.00 22.46

FREE THROW PCT ## Team 1. Oklahoma 2. Iowa State 3. Baylor 4. Missouri 5. Oklahoma State 6. Texas 7. Kansas State 8. Kansas 9. Texas Tech 10. Texas A&M

G 34 31 40 31 34 32 34 34 35 35

FTM 500 415 691 364 395 410 313 359 517 450

FTA 676 570 960 517 569 592 456 524 775 682

Pct .740 .728 .720 .704 .694 .693 .686 .685 .667 .660

REBOUNDING OFFENSE ## Team G 1. Baylor 40 2. Texas Tech 35 3. Oklahoma State 34 4. Texas 32 5. Oklahoma 34 6. Iowa State 31 7. Texas A&M 35 8. Missouri 31 9. Kansas 34 10. Kansas State 34

Reb 1810 1458 1408 1299 1374 1212 1336 1151 1237 1172

Avg/G 45.2 41.7 41.4 40.6 40.4 39.1 38.2 37.1 36.4 34.5

STEALS ## Team 1. Texas Tech 2. Texas 3. Texas A&M 4. Baylor 5. Kansas State 6. Kansas 7. Oklahoma State 8. Oklahoma 9. Iowa State 10. Missouri

G 35 32 35 40 34 34 34 34 31 31

Steals 364 300 323 331 272 271 262 250 181 166

Avg/G 10.40 9.38 9.23 8.28 8.00 7.97 7.71 7.35 5.84 5.35

3-POINT FG MADE ## Team 1. Iowa State 2. Missouri 3. Oklahoma 4. Oklahoma State 5. Kansas State 6. Texas Tech 7. Texas 8. Kansas 9. Baylor 10. Texas A&M

G 31 31 34 34 34 35 32 34 40 35

3FG 227 214 202 193 173 177 161 125 143 110

Avg/G 7.32 6.90 5.94 5.68 5.09 5.06 5.03 3.68 3.58 3.14

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES ## Team G 1. Baylor 40 2. Kansas 34 3. Oklahoma 34 4. Texas A&M 35 5. Texas 32 6. Oklahoma State 34 7. Missouri 31 8. Iowa State 31 9. Texas Tech 35 10. Kansas State 34

FG 1151 925 853 907 792 832 658 651 826 728

FGA 2360 2032 2008 2146 1978 2082 1657 1660 2135 1922

Pct .488 .455 .425 .423 .400 .400 .397 .392 .387 .379

REBOUNDING DEFENSE ## Team G 1. Iowa State 31 2. Baylor 40 3. Texas A&M 35 4. Kansas 34 5. Texas Tech 35 6. Kansas State 34 7. Oklahoma 34 8. Oklahoma State 34 9. Texas 32 10. Missouri 31

Reb 1022 1359 1228 1223 1261 1280 1283 1321 1252 1213

Avg/G 33.0 34.0 35.1 36.0 36.0 37.6 37.7 38.9 39.1 39.1

TURNOVER MARGIN ## Team 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas Tech 3. Kansas State 4. Baylor 5. Oklahoma State 6. Texas 7. Kansas 8. Oklahoma 9. Iowa State 10. Missouri

G 35 35 34 40 34 32 34 34 31 31

TEAM 521 547 493 549 477 525 534 580 495 521

OPP 701 635 561 611 513 556 550 540 434 378

Margin +5.14 +2.51 +2.00 +1.55 +1.06 +0.97 +0.47 -1.18 -1.97 -4.61

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Ratio 1.32 1.03 0.96 0.93 0.91 0.85 0.84 0.83 0.81 0.78


2011-12 BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - OVERALL GAMES SCORING ##Player-Team 1. Griner, Brittney-BU 2. Flores, Christine-MU 3. Fussell, Chassidy-UT 4. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU 5. Sims, Odyssey-BU 6. Childs, Jalana-KSU 7. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU 8. Chambers, Brittany-KSU Goodrich, Angel-KU 10. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 11. Brock, BreAnna-MU 12. Hand,Whitney-OU 13. Donohoe, Liz-OSU 14. White, Tyra-TAMU 15. Bias, Tiffany-OSU 16. Young, Toni-OSU 17. Bone, Kelsey-TAMU 18. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT 19. Anderson, Yvonne-UT 20. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 21. Hook,Morgan-OU Carter, Sydney-TAMU 23. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 24. Christofferson, H.-ISU 25. Morris,Casey-TTU 26. Williams, Destiny-BU 27. Moody, Nikki-ISU 28. Dickey, Tasha-KSU 29. Hayden, Kimetria-BU 30. Campbell,Sharane-OU

Cl JR SR SO SO SO SR JR JR JR SR SR JR FR SR SO JR JR SR SR SR SO SR SR SO JR JR FR SR JR FR

G 40 31 32 34 40 34 30 34 34 34 31 34 34 32 34 33 35 32 31 35 34 34 32 31 35 38 31 34 39 34

FG 358 167 183 193 190 197 150 162 184 212 165 152 154 169 152 170 179 134 135 156 128 125 129 106 119 165 91 125 118 86

3FG 1 42 68 75 63 1 1 80 50 0 9 39 54 11 25 0 0 34 28 1 50 27 21 40 56 0 41 43 34 11

FT 212 149 86 67 151 91 124 72 58 47 87 109 84 70 116 55 59 77 65 94 66 95 49 65 61 55 87 42 85 124

Pts 929 525 520 528 594 486 425 476 476 471 426 452 446 419 445 395 417 379 363 407 372 372 328 317 355 385 310 335 355 307

REBOUNDING ##Player-Team 1. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU 2. Griner, Brittney-BU 3. Williams, Destiny-BU 4. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 5. Brock, BreAnna-MU 6. Flores, Christine-MU 7. Donohoe, Liz-OSU 8. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 9. Hand,Whitney-OU 10. Young, Toni-OSU 11. Keller, Lindsey-OSU 12. Bone, Kelsey-TAMU 13. Gayle, Ashley-UT 14. Chambers, Brittany-KSU 15. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 16. Christofferson, H.-ISU 17. Nobles,Shauntal-TTU 18. McFarland,Joanna-OU 19. White, Tyra-TAMU 20. Pope, Brooklyn-BU

Cl JR JR JR SR SR SR FR SR JR JR JR JR SR JR SR SO SO JR SR JR

G 30 40 38 34 31 31 34 32 34 33 34 35 32 34 35 31 35 28 32 36

OFF 132 129 126 83 71 65 87 89 78 81 70 108 61 52 103 62 118 47 75 86

DEF 185 250 220 220 182 177 177 157 163 151 164 132 154 159 114 123 89 118 104 106

TOT 317 379 346 303 253 242 264 246 241 232 234 240 215 211 217 185 207 165 179 192

Avg/G 10.6 9.5 9.1 8.9 8.2 7.8 7.8 7.7 7.1 7.0 6.9 6.9 6.7 6.2 6.2 6.0 5.9 5.9 5.6 5.3

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G 1. Griner, Brittney-BU JR 40 2. Williams, Destiny-BU JR 38 3. Bone, Kelsey-TAMU JR 35 4. Young, Toni-OSU JR 33 5. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU JR 30 6. Brock, BreAnna-MU SR 31 7. Sutherland, Aishah-KU SR 34 8. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU SR 35 9. Sims, Odyssey-BU SO 40 10. Childs, Jalana-KSU SR 34 11. Christofferson, H.-ISU SO 31 12. Hook,Morgan-OU SO 34 13. Goodrich, Angel-KU JR 34 14. Flores, Christine-MU SR 31 15. Hayden, Kimetria-BU JR 39 ASSISTS ##Player-Team 1. Goodrich, Angel-KU 2. Bias, Tiffany-OSU 3. Anderson, Yvonne-UT 4. White, Mariah-KSU 5. Sims, Odyssey-BU 6. Moody, Nikki-ISU 7. Smalls,Monique-TTU 8. Hand,Whitney-OU 9. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT 10. Simmons, Kyley-MU 11. Hook,Morgan-OU 12. Hayden, Kimetria-BU 13. Mansfield, Lauren-ISU 14. Carter, Sydney-TAMU 15. Pratcher, Adrienne-TAMU

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Cl JR SO SR JR SO FR JR JR SR FR SO JR SR SR JR

G 34 34 31 34 40 31 35 34 32 31 34 39 31 34 34

FG 358 165 179 170 150 165 212 156 190 197 106 128 184 167 118

FGA 588 303 344 331 301 345 444 330 425 443 241 296 427 392 281

Assists 250 229 170 163 174 133 149 140 116 111 121 136 103 104 102

Pct .609 .545 .520 .514 .498 .478 .477 .473 .447 .445 .440 .432 .431 .426 .420 Avg/G 7.35 6.74 5.48 4.79 4.35 4.29 4.26 4.12 3.63 3.58 3.56 3.49 3.32 3.06 3.00

Avg. 23.2 16.9 16.3 15.5 14.9 14.3 14.2 14.0 14.0 13.9 13.7 13.3 13.1 13.1 13.1 12.0 11.9 11.8 11.7 11.6 10.9 10.9 10.3 10.2 10.1 10.1 10.0 9.9 9.1 9.0

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G 1. Fussell, Chassidy-UT SO 32 2. Donohoe, Liz-OSU FR 34 3. Hand,Whitney-OU JR 34 4. Sims, Odyssey-BU SO 40 5. Carter, Sydney-TAMU SR 34 6. Griner, Brittney-BU JR 40 7. Hayden, Kimetria-BU JR 39 8. Childs, Jalana-KSU SR 34 9. Flores, Christine-MU SR 31 10. Christofferson, H.-ISU SO 31 11. Moody, Nikki-ISU FR 31 12. Chambers, Brittany-KSU JR 34 13. Campbell,Sharane-OU FR 34 14. Bass, Chelsea-UT SO 25 15. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT SR 32

FTM 86 84 109 151 95 212 85 91 149 65 87 72 124 51 77

STEALS ##Player-Team 1. Sims, Odyssey-BU 2. Smalls,Monique-TTU 3. Anderson, Yvonne-UT 4. Bias, Tiffany-OSU 5. Goodrich, Angel-KU 6. Morris,Casey-TTU 7. White, Mariah-KSU 8. Carter, Sydney-TAMU 9. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU 10. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 11. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT 12. Dickey, Tasha-KSU 13. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 14. Fussell, Chassidy-UT 15. Mallard,Kierra-TTU

Steals 118 95 84 84 82 77 69 65 60 60 53 53 50 45 44

Cl SO JR SR SO JR JR JR SR SO SR SR SR SR SO SR

G 40 35 31 34 34 35 34 34 34 35 32 34 34 32 32

FTA 95 97 130 182 116 265 108 117 193 85 114 95 166 69 108

Pct .905 .866 .838 .830 .819 .800 .787 .778 .772 .765 .763 .758 .747 .739 .713 Avg/G 2.95 2.71 2.71 2.47 2.41 2.20 2.03 1.91 1.76 1.71 1.66 1.56 1.47 1.41 1.38

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G 1. Standish, Alexia-TAMU FR 34 2. Sims, Odyssey-BU SO 40 3. Simmons, Kyley-MU FR 31 4. Goodrich, Angel-KU JR 34 Christofferson, H.-ISU SO 31 6. Fussell, Chassidy-UT SO 32 Schultz, Jordan-OSU FR 34 8. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU SO 34 Hook,Morgan-OU SO 34 10. Flores, Christine-MU SR 31 11. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT SR 32 12. Eye, Morgan-MU FR 31 13. Priede, Liene-MU JR 31 14. Bass, Chelsea-UT SO 25 15. Morris,Casey-TTU JR 35

3FG 41 63 37 50 40 68 34 75 50 42 34 63 36 26 56

FGA 96 158 95 130 104 180 90 204 136 117 95 177 103 76 165

3-POINT FG MADE ##Player-Team 1. Chambers, Brittany-KSU 2. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU 3. Fussell, Chassidy-UT 4. Eye, Morgan-MU 5. Morris,Casey-TTU Williamson, Brynn-ISU 7. Donohoe, Liz-OSU 8. Sims, Odyssey-BU 9. Mansfield, Lauren-ISU 10. Goodrich, Angel-KU Hook,Morgan-OU 12. Flores, Christine-MU 13. Moody, Nikki-ISU 14. Christofferson, H.-ISU 15. Dickey, Tasha-KSU

Cl JR SO SO FR JR FR FR SO SR JR SO SR FR SO SR

G 34 34 32 31 35 30 34 40 31 34 34 31 31 31 34

3FG 80 75 68 63 56 48 54 63 48 50 50 42 41 40 43

Avg/G 2.35 2.21 2.13 2.03 1.60 1.60 1.59 1.58 1.55 1.47 1.47 1.35 1.32 1.29 1.26

BLOCKED SHOTS ##Player-Team 1. Griner, Brittney-BU 2. Flores, Christine-MU 3. Gayle, Ashley-UT 4. Brock, BreAnna-MU 5. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 6. Griffin,Nicole-OU 7. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 8. McIntyre, Vicky-OSU 9. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 10. Young, Toni-OSU 11. Gilbert, Karla-TAMU 12. Reed, Cokie-UT 13. Agbuke, Sune-BU 14. Brown, Branshea-KSU 15. Williams,Kaylon-OU

Cl JR SR SR SR SR SO SR SO SR JR SO SO FR SR FR

G 40 31 32 31 32 34 34 34 35 33 35 29 33 34 30

Blocks 206 93 92 63 61 57 47 44 39 34 36 28 27 27 22

Pct .427 .399 .389 .385 .385 .378 .378 .368 .368 .359 .358 .356 .350 .342 .339

Avg/G 5.15 3.00 2.88 2.03 1.91 1.68 1.38 1.29 1.11 1.03 1.03 0.97 0.82 0.79 0.73

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game) ##Player-Team Cl G Asst 1. Smalls,Monique-TTU JR 35 149 2. Goodrich, Angel-KU JR 34 250 3. White, Mariah-KSU JR 34 163 4. Pratcher, Adrienne-TAMU JR 34 102 5. Anderson, Yvonne-UT SR 31 170 6. Hand,Whitney-OU JR 34 140 7. Sims, Odyssey-BU SO 40 174 Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT SR 32 116 9. Mansfield, Lauren-ISU SR 31 103 10. Bias, Tiffany-OSU SO 34 229 11. Hayden, Kimetria-BU JR 39 136 12. Carter, Sydney-TAMU SR 34 104 13. Hook,Morgan-OU SO 34 121 14. Simmons, Kyley-MU FR 31 111 15. Moody, Nikki-ISU FR 31 133

Turn 62 121 85 55 101 84 105 70 67 149 89 69 96 89 111

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ##Player-Team 1. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU 2. Nobles,Shauntal-TTU 3. Williams, Destiny-BU 4. Griner, Brittney-BU 5. Bone, Kelsey-TAMU 6. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 7. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 8. Donohoe, Liz-OSU 9. Young, Toni-OSU 10. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 11. Pope, Brooklyn-BU 12. White, Tyra-TAMU 13. Childs, Jalana-KSU 14. Hand,Whitney-OU 15. Brock, BreAnna-MU

Cl JR SO JR JR JR SR SR FR JR SR JR SR SR JR SR

G 30 35 38 40 35 35 32 34 33 34 36 32 34 34 31

No. 132 118 126 129 108 103 89 87 81 83 86 75 79 78 71

Avg/G 4.40 3.37 3.32 3.23 3.09 2.94 2.78 2.56 2.45 2.44 2.39 2.34 2.32 2.29 2.29

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ##Player-Team 1. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 2. Griner, Brittney-BU 3. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU 4. Brock, BreAnna-MU 5. Williams, Destiny-BU 6. Flores, Christine-MU 7. Donohoe, Liz-OSU 8. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 9. Keller, Lindsey-OSU 10. Gayle, Ashley-UT 11. Hand,Whitney-OU 12. Chambers, Brittany-KSU 13. Young, Toni-OSU 14. McFarland,Joanna-OU 15. Christofferson, H.-ISU

Cl SR JR JR SR JR SR FR SR JR SR JR JR JR JR SO

G 34 40 30 31 38 31 34 32 34 32 34 34 33 28 31

No. 220 250 185 182 220 177 177 157 164 154 163 159 151 118 123

Avg/G 6.47 6.25 6.17 5.87 5.79 5.71 5.21 4.91 4.82 4.81 4.79 4.68 4.58 4.21 3.97

MINUTES PLAYED ##Player-Team 1. Goodrich, Angel-KU 2. Chambers, Brittany-KSU 3. Hand,Whitney-OU 4. Simmons, Kyley-MU 5. Bias, Tiffany-OSU 6. Carter, Sydney-TAMU 7. White, Mariah-KSU 8. Fussell, Chassidy-UT 9. Flores, Christine-MU 10. White, Tyra-TAMU

Cl JR JR JR FR SO SR JR SO SR SR

G 34 34 34 31 34 34 34 32 31 32

Minutes 1274 1247 1230 1121 1205 1196 1148 1080 1040 1052

Ratio 2.40 2.07 1.92 1.85 1.68 1.67 1.66 1.66 1.54 1.54 1.53 1.51 1.26 1.25 1.20

Avg/G 37.47 36.68 36.18 36.16 35.44 35.18 33.76 33.75 33.55 32.88


2011-12 BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS - CONFERENCE GAMES SCORING OFFENSE ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Oklahoma 3. Texas 4. Texas A&M 5. Kansas 6. Iowa State 7. Texas Tech 8. Oklahoma State 9. Kansas State 10. Missouri

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

W-L 18-0 11-7 8-10 11-7 8-10 9-9 6-12 8-10 9-9 2-16

SCORING DEFENSE ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Texas A&M 3. Iowa State 4. Kansas State 5. Oklahoma State 6. Texas Tech 7. Kansas 8. Texas 9. Oklahoma 10. Missouri

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

SCORING MARGIN ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Texas A&M 3. Iowa State 4. Oklahoma 5. Texas 6. Kansas 7. Kansas State 8. Texas Tech 9. Oklahoma State 10. Missouri FREE THROW PCT ## Team 1. Iowa State 2. Oklahoma 3. Missouri 4. Kansas State 5. Baylor 6. Kansas 7. Texas 8. Oklahoma State 9. Texas A&M 10. Texas Tech

Pts Avg/G 1340 74.4 1215 67.5 1177 65.4 1170 65.0 1132 62.9 1084 60.2 1064 59.1 1053 58.5 1010 56.1 998 55.4

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team G 1. Baylor 18 2. Oklahoma State 18 3. Oklahoma 18 4. Iowa State 18 5. Texas 18 6. Texas A&M 18 7. Missouri 18 8. Kansas State 18 9. Texas Tech 18 10. Kansas 18

FG 333 396 433 396 432 382 451 398 418 457

FGA 1069 1049 1129 1013 1075 935 1086 956 977 1048

Pts 909 1053 1073 1076 1129 1131 1176 1216 1238 1242

Avg/G 50.5 58.5 59.6 59.8 62.7 62.8 65.3 67.6 68.8 69.0

3-POINT FG PCT ## Team 1. Texas 2. Oklahoma 3. Kansas 4. Iowa State 5. Missouri 6. Baylor 7. Texas Tech 8. Texas A&M 9. Kansas State 10. Oklahoma State

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

FG 97 93 68 129 116 57 86 57 93 90

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

OFF 74.4 65.0 60.2 67.5 65.4 62.9 56.1 59.1 58.5 55.4

DEF Margin 50.5 +23.9 58.5 +6.5 59.6 +0.6 68.8 -1.3 67.6 -2.2 65.3 -2.4 59.8 -3.7 62.8 -3.7 62.7 -4.2 69.0 -13.6

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE ## Team G 1. Baylor 18 2. Kansas State 18 3. Oklahoma State 18 4. Oklahoma 18 5. Texas Tech 18 6. Iowa State 18 7. Texas 18 8. Missouri 18 9. Kansas 18 10. Texas A&M 18

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

FTM 243 288 200 167 265 174 200 207 201 220

FTA 323 394 282 236 376 249 291 304 299 342

Pct .752 .731 .709 .708 .705 .699 .687 .681 .672 .643

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES ## Team G 1. Baylor 18 2. Texas A&M 18 3. Kansas 18 4. Oklahoma 18 5. Texas 18 6. Kansas State 18 7. Iowa State 18 8. Missouri 18 9. Texas Tech 18 10. Oklahoma State 18

FG 509 456 445 417 440 375 356 341 379 378

FGA 1058 1080 1063 1033 1128 977 930 937 1056 1075

Pct .481 .422 .419 .404 .390 .384 .383 .364 .359 .352

Pct .312 .378 .384 .391 .402 .409 .415 .416 .428 .436

REBOUNDING MARGIN ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Iowa State 3. Texas A&M 4. Oklahoma 5. Texas 6. Texas Tech 7. Oklahoma State 8. Kansas 9. Missouri 10. Kansas State

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

TEAM 795 656 657 719 701 663 704 608 623 565

OPP Margin 582 +11.8 616 +2.2 626 +1.7 700 +1.1 718 -0.9 685 -1.2 740 -2.0 664 -3.1 699 -4.2 661 -5.3

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Team G 1. Baylor 18 2. Texas A&M 18 3. Kansas 18 4. Oklahoma State 18 5. Iowa State 18 6. Kansas State 18 7. Texas 18 8. Texas Tech 18 9. Oklahoma 18 10. Missouri 18

Asst 320 251 241 213 244 223 233 189 226 199

Turn 234 259 260 247 285 262 275 244 304 311

FGA 270 269 202 391 373 184 281 193 322 322

Pct .359 .346 .337 .330 .311 .310 .306 .295 .289 .280

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Texas 3. Texas A&M 4. Oklahoma 5. Missouri 6. Kansas 7. Oklahoma State Texas Tech 9. Kansas State 10. Iowa State

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Blocks 135 89 85 71 70 69 53 53 42 39

Avg/G 7.50 4.94 4.72 3.94 3.89 3.83 2.94 2.94 2.33 2.17

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team 1. Texas A&M 2. Baylor 3. Texas 4. Texas Tech 5. Oklahoma State 6. Oklahoma 7. Kansas 8. Iowa State 9. Missouri 10. Kansas State

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

No. 264 252 242 232 220 219 207 192 177 171

Avg/G 14.67 14.00 13.44 12.89 12.22 12.17 11.50 10.67 9.83 9.50

FG 88 75 98 96 90 96 94 102 59 88

FGA 319 246 320 310 290 309 301 307 170 235

Pct .276 .305 .306 .310 .310 .311 .312 .332 .347 .374

ASSISTS ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Texas A&M 3. Iowa State 4. Kansas 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma 7. Kansas State 8. Oklahoma State 9. Missouri 10. Texas Tech

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Assists 320 251 244 241 233 226 223 213 199 189

Avg/G 17.78 13.94 13.56 13.39 12.94 12.56 12.39 11.83 11.06 10.50

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team 1. Baylor 2. Oklahoma 3. Oklahoma State 4. Iowa State 5. Texas 6. Missouri 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas 9. Kansas State 10. Texas A&M

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

No. 543 500 484 464 459 446 431 401 394 393

Avg/G 30.17 27.78 26.89 25.78 25.50 24.78 23.94 22.28 21.89 21.83

REBOUNDING OFFENSE ## Team G 1. Baylor 18 2. Oklahoma 18 3. Oklahoma State 18 4. Texas 18 5. Texas Tech 18 6. Texas A&M 18 7. Iowa State 18 8. Missouri 18 9. Kansas 18 10. Kansas State 18

Reb 795 719 704 701 663 657 656 623 608 565

Avg/G 44.2 39.9 39.1 38.9 36.8 36.5 36.4 34.6 33.8 31.4

STEALS ## Team 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas 3. Baylor 4. Texas Tech 5. Kansas State 6. Oklahoma State 7. Kansas 8. Oklahoma 9. Iowa State 10. Missouri

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Steals 164 152 147 145 133 130 123 112 93 91

Avg/G 9.11 8.44 8.17 8.06 7.39 7.22 6.83 6.22 5.17 5.06

3-POINT FG MADE ## Team 1. Iowa State 2. Missouri 3. Texas 4. Kansas State Oklahoma 6. Oklahoma State 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas 9. Texas A&M Baylor

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

3FG 129 116 97 93 93 90 86 68 57 57

Avg/G 7.17 6.44 5.39 5.17 5.17 5.00 4.78 3.78 3.17 3.17

REBOUNDING DEFENSE ## Team G 1. Baylor 18 2. Iowa State 18 3. Texas A&M 18 4. Kansas State 18 5. Kansas 18 6. Texas Tech 18 7. Missouri 18 8. Oklahoma 18 9. Texas 18 10. Oklahoma State 18

Reb 582 616 626 661 664 685 699 700 718 740

Avg/G 32.3 34.2 34.8 36.7 36.9 38.1 38.8 38.9 39.9 41.1

TURNOVER MARGIN ## Team 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas Tech 3. Kansas State 4. Baylor 5. Oklahoma State 6. Kansas 7. Texas 8. Oklahoma 9. Iowa State 10. Missouri

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

TEAM 259 244 262 234 247 260 275 304 285 311

OPP 354 281 290 258 260 269 279 259 234 197

Margin +5.28 +2.06 +1.56 +1.33 +0.72 +0.50 +0.22 -2.50 -2.83 -6.33

107

Ratio 1.37 0.97 0.93 0.86 0.86 0.85 0.85 0.77 0.74 0.64


2011-12 BIG 12 CONFERENCE STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - CONFERENCE GAMES SCORING ##Player-Team 1. Griner, Brittney-BU 2. Fussell, Chassidy-UT 3. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU 4. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU 5. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 6. Hand,Whitney-OU 7. Goodrich, Angel-KU 8. Flores, Christine-MU Chambers, Brittany-KSU 10. Childs, Jalana-KSU 11. White, Tyra-TAMU 12. Brock, BreAnna-MU 13. Bias, Tiffany-OSU 14. Sims, Odyssey-BU 15. Anderson, Yvonne-UT 16. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 17. Bone, Kelsey-TAMU 18. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT 19. Dickey, Tasha-KSU Carter, Sydney-TAMU 21. Donohoe, Liz-OSU 22. Williams, Destiny-BU 23. Hook,Morgan-OU 24. Prins, Anna-ISU 25. Moody, Nikki-ISU 26. Christofferson, H.-ISU 27. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 28. Hayden, Kimetria-BU 29. Smalls,Monique-TTU Morris,Casey-TTU

Cl JR SO SO JR SR JR JR SR JR SR SR SR SO SO SR SR JR SR SR SR FR JR SO JR FR SO SR JR JR JR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 15 18 18 18

FG 167 106 95 86 113 86 88 79 82 96 98 83 76 78 83 81 96 73 77 69 69 80 57 67 50 56 55 58 54 53

3FG FT 1 99 46 49 33 40 1 86 0 27 17 61 28 39 23 61 41 37 0 49 7 36 9 51 12 61 23 45 16 38 0 53 0 22 18 43 22 24 16 46 18 42 0 23 20 47 16 24 21 49 27 30 14 15 15 35 7 46 22 33

Pts 434 307 263 259 253 250 243 242 242 241 239 226 225 224 220 215 214 207 200 200 198 183 181 174 170 169 139 166 161 161

REBOUNDING ##Player-Team 1. Williams, Destiny-BU 2. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU 3. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 4. Griner, Brittney-BU 5. Donohoe, Liz-OSU 6. Brock, BreAnna-MU 7. Flores, Christine-MU 8. Hand,Whitney-OU 9. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 10. Bone, Kelsey-TAMU 11. Keller, Lindsey-OSU 12. Young, Toni-OSU 13. Chambers, Brittany-KSU Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 15. White, Tyra-TAMU 16. Williams,Kaylon-OU 17. Fussell, Chassidy-UT 18. Christofferson, H.-ISU Enemkpali, Nneka-UT 20. Pope, Brooklyn-BU

Cl JR JR SR JR FR SR SR JR SR JR JR JR JR SR SR FR SO SO FR JR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 15 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 16

OFF 63 71 39 54 51 44 31 44 33 51 33 37 24 52 46 44 31 32 39 36

DEF 127 111 125 106 97 91 103 84 69 68 85 79 89 61 60 59 71 68 61 48

TOT 190 182 164 160 148 135 134 128 102 119 118 116 113 113 106 103 102 100 100 84

Avg/G 10.6 10.1 9.1 8.9 8.2 7.5 7.4 7.1 6.8 6.6 6.6 6.4 6.3 6.3 5.9 5.7 5.7 5.6 5.6 5.3

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G 1. Griner, Brittney-BU JR 18 2. Bone, Kelsey-TAMU JR 18 3. Williams, Destiny-BU JR 18 4. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU SR 18 5. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU JR 18 6. Sutherland, Aishah-KU SR 18 7. Prins, Anna-ISU JR 18 8. Brock, BreAnna-MU SR 18 9. Sims, Odyssey-BU SO 18 10. Childs, Jalana-KSU SR 18 11. Hayden, Kimetria-BU JR 18 12. Christofferson, H.-ISU SO 18 13. Anderson, Yvonne-UT SR 18 14. Young, Toni-OSU JR 18 15. Hand,Whitney-OU JR 18

FG 167 96 80 81 86 113 67 83 78 96 58 56 83 67 86

FGA 281 176 158 167 184 247 150 189 179 223 135 132 197 160 209

Pct .594 .545 .506 .485 .467 .457 .447 .439 .436 .430 .430 .424 .421 .419 .411

ASSISTS ##Player-Team 1. Goodrich, Angel-KU 2. Anderson, Yvonne-UT 3. White, Mariah-KSU 4. Bias, Tiffany-OSU 5. Moody, Nikki-ISU 6. Hayden, Kimetria-BU 7. Smalls,Monique-TTU 8. Mansfield, Lauren-ISU 9. Sims, Odyssey-BU Hand,Whitney-OU 11. Hook,Morgan-OU 12. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT 13. Madden, Jordan-BU 14. Simmons, Kyley-MU 15. Carter, Sydney-TAMU

Assists 127 108 97 95 78 77 73 67 64 64 60 55 53 51 49

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Cl JR SR JR SO FR JR JR SR SO JR SO SR JR FR SR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Avg/G 7.06 6.00 5.39 5.28 4.33 4.28 4.06 3.72 3.56 3.56 3.33 3.06 2.94 2.83 2.72

Avg. 24.1 17.1 14.6 14.4 14.1 13.9 13.5 13.4 13.4 13.4 13.3 12.6 12.5 12.4 12.2 11.9 11.9 11.5 11.1 11.1 11.0 10.2 10.1 9.7 9.4 9.4 9.3 9.2 8.9 8.9

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G 1. Fussell, Chassidy-UT SO 18 2. Chambers, Brittany-KSU JR 18 3. Donohoe, Liz-OSU FR 18 4. Griner, Brittney-BU JR 18 Sims, Odyssey-BU SO 18 6. Carter, Sydney-TAMU SR 18 7. Hand,Whitney-OU JR 18 8. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU SO 18 9. Hook,Morgan-OU SO 18 10. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU SR 18 11. Moody, Nikki-ISU FR 18 12. Flores, Christine-MU SR 18 13. Anderson, Yvonne-UT SR 18 14. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU JR 18 Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT SR 18

FTM 49 37 42 99 45 46 61 40 47 53 49 61 38 86 43

STEALS ##Player-Team 1. Sims, Odyssey-BU Bias, Tiffany-OSU 3. Anderson, Yvonne-UT 4. White, Mariah-KSU 5. Smalls,Monique-TTU 6. Carter, Sydney-TAMU Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT 8. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU 9. Goodrich, Angel-KU Mallard,Kierra-TTU 11. Morris,Casey-TTU 12. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 13. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 14. Hayden, Kimetria-BU 15. Bone, Kelsey-TAMU

StealsAvg/G 46 2.56 46 2.56 43 2.39 40 2.22 39 2.17 33 1.83 33 1.83 32 1.78 30 1.67 25 1.67 29 1.61 28 1.56 27 1.50 26 1.44 25 1.39

Cl SO SO SR JR JR SR SR SO JR SR JR SR SR JR JR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 15 18 18 18 18 18

FTA 54 43 51 121 55 57 76 50 61 70 65 81 52 118 59

Pct .907 .860 .824 .818 .818 .807 .803 .800 .770 .757 .754 .753 .731 .729 .729

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game) ##Player-Team Cl G 1. Simmons, Kyley-MU FR 18 2. Christofferson, H.-ISU SO 18 3. Fussell, Chassidy-UT SO 18 4. Standish, Alexia-TAMU FR 18 Schultz, Jordan-OSU FR 18 6. Goodrich, Angel-KU JR 18 7. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU SO 18 8. Sims, Odyssey-BU SO 18 9. Mansfield, Lauren-ISU SR 18 10. Flores, Christine-MU SR 18 Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT SR 18 12. Hook,Morgan-OU SO 18 13. Morris,Casey-TTU JR 18 14. Chambers, Brittany-KSU JR 18 15. Williamson, Brynn-ISU FR 17

3FG 27 27 46 22 18 28 33 23 29 23 18 20 22 41 23

FGA 58 60 106 55 45 76 94 67 86 69 54 64 71 133 80

3-POINT FG MADE ##Player-Team 1. Fussell, Chassidy-UT 2. Chambers, Brittany-KSU 3. Ellenberg,Aaryn-OU 4. Eye, Morgan-MU 5. Mansfield, Lauren-ISU 6. Goodrich, Angel-KU 7. Christofferson, H.-ISU Simmons, Kyley-MU 9. Williamson, Brynn-ISU 10. Sims, Odyssey-BU Flores, Christine-MU 12. Standish, Alexia-TAMU Morris,Casey-TTU Dickey, Tasha-KSU 15. Moody, Nikki-ISU

Cl SO JR SO FR SR JR SO FR FR SO SR FR JR SR FR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 18 18 18 18 18 18

3FG 46 41 33 31 29 28 27 27 23 23 23 22 22 22 21

Avg/G 2.56 2.28 1.83 1.72 1.61 1.56 1.50 1.50 1.35 1.28 1.28 1.22 1.22 1.22 1.17

BLOCKED SHOTS ##Player-Team 1. Griner, Brittney-BU 2. Gayle, Ashley-UT 3. Flores, Christine-MU 4. Griffin,Nicole-OU 5. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 6. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 7. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 8. McIntyre, Vicky-OSU Brock, BreAnna-MU 10. Gilbert, Karla-TAMU 11. Brown, Branshea-KSU 12. Williams, Destiny-BU 13. Childs, Jalana-KSU Young, Toni-OSU 15. Williams,Kaylon-OU Enemkpali, Nneka-UT White, Tyra-TAMU Reed, Cokie-UT

Cl JR SR SR SO SR SR SR SO SR SO SR JR SR JR FR FR SR SO

G 18 18 18 18 15 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 15

Blocks Avg/G 90 5.00 40 2.22 39 2.17 33 1.83 24 1.60 26 1.44 23 1.28 21 1.17 21 1.17 19 1.06 16 0.89 14 0.78 13 0.72 13 0.72 12 0.67 12 0.67 12 0.67 10 0.67

Pct .466 .450 .434 .400 .400 .368 .351 .343 .337 .333 .333 .313 .310 .308 .288

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game) ##Player-Team Cl G Asst 1. White, Mariah-KSU JR 18 97 2. Goodrich, Angel-KU JR 18 127 3. Smalls,Monique-TTU JR 18 73 4. Hayden, Kimetria-BU JR 18 77 5. Anderson, Yvonne-UT SR 18 108 6. Hand,Whitney-OU JR 18 64 7. Mansfield, Lauren-ISU SR 18 67 8. Sims, Odyssey-BU SO 18 64 9. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT SR 18 55 10. Bias, Tiffany-OSU SO 18 95 11. Moody, Nikki-ISU FR 18 78 12. Hook,Morgan-OU SO 18 60

Turn 50 66 39 42 59 39 45 44 40 80 68 54

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ##Player-Team 1. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU 2. Williams, Destiny-BU 3. Griner, Brittney-BU 4. Elonu, Adaora-TAMU 5. Donohoe, Liz-OSU Bone, Kelsey-TAMU 7. White, Tyra-TAMU 8. Hand,Whitney-OU Williams,Kaylon-OU Brock, BreAnna-MU 11. Pope, Brooklyn-BU 12. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 13. Enemkpali, Nneka-UT Sutherland, Aishah-KU Nobles,Shauntal-TTU

Cl JR JR JR SR FR JR SR JR FR SR JR SR FR SR SO

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 16 15 18 18 18

No. 71 63 54 52 51 51 46 44 44 44 36 33 39 39 39

Avg/G 3.94 3.50 3.00 2.89 2.83 2.83 2.56 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.25 2.20 2.17 2.17 2.17

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ##Player-Team 1. Williams, Destiny-BU 2. Sutherland, Aishah-KU 3. Poppens, Chelsea-ISU 4. Griner, Brittney-BU 5. Flores, Christine-MU 6. Donohoe, Liz-OSU 7. Brock, BreAnna-MU 8. Chambers, Brittany-KSU 9. Keller, Lindsey-OSU 10. Hand,Whitney-OU 11. Mallard,Kierra-TTU 12. Young, Toni-OSU 13. Fussell, Chassidy-UT 14. Fontenette, Ashleigh-UT White, Mariah-KSU

Cl JR SR JR JR SR FR SR JR JR JR SR JR SO SR JR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 15 18 18 18 18

No. 127 125 111 106 103 97 91 89 85 84 69 79 71 70 70

Avg/G 7.06 6.94 6.17 5.89 5.72 5.39 5.06 4.94 4.72 4.67 4.60 4.39 3.94 3.89 3.89

MINUTES PLAYED ##Player-Team 1. Goodrich, Angel-KU 2. Hand,Whitney-OU 3. Simmons, Kyley-MU 4. Chambers, Brittany-KSU 5. Bias, Tiffany-OSU 6. Fussell, Chassidy-UT Smalls,Monique-TTU 8. Carter, Sydney-TAMU 9. White, Tyra-TAMU 10. Donohoe, Liz-OSU

Cl JR JR FR JR SO SO JR SR SR FR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Minutes 709 683 675 670 652 644 644 642 640 619

Ratio 1.94 1.92 1.87 1.83 1.83 1.64 1.49 1.45 1.38 1.19 1.15 1.11

Avg/G 39.39 37.94 37.50 37.22 36.22 35.78 35.78 35.67 35.56 34.39


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BIG 12 CONFERENCE 400 East John Carpenter Freeway Irving, TX 75062 Phone: (469) 524-1000 | Fax: (469) 524-1049 Website: www.big12sports.com | Twitter: @big12conference

The new Big 12 ushers in its 17th year by welcoming a new commissioner and two new members as it continues to promote the strength and success of one of the nation’s premier athletic conferences. Bob Bowlsby was named the Conference’s fourth commissioner on May 4, 2012 after spending the previous six years as director of athletics at Stanford University. TCU and West Virginia became the Big 12’s first additions since inception, joining Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech. With 10 members, the Big 12 will remain as the only major conference in the nation to determine its champions in all sports directly on the field of play. The Conference’s hard work ethic and strong values have translated to enormous success in its first 16 years. Since it began competition in 1996-97, the league can boast of 47 NCAA team titles and 517 individual national championships. The trophy case added more hardware last year, including Baylor’s second national championship in women’s basketball, as well as the Hunter Seat title for BU in equestrian. In addition, Texas men’s golf claimed the national crown. Several other teams also made strong national showings. The 2011 season marked the sixth straight in which Big 12 volleyball represented with at least three teams in the NCAA Regional Semifinal field. Texas has made six consecutive appearances. The Big 12 finished first in NCAA Volleyball Conference RPI for the first time in its history. In addition to winning its second consecutive national title, Big 12 women’s basketball claimed the top position in conference RPI for the fifth consecutive season. Kansas men’s basketball advanced to the national title game and made its fourth Final Four appearance since 2002. Oklahoma finished second at the College World Series in softball. Overall in 2011-12, five of the eight sports that hold NCAA Championships where the Big 12 sponsored full round-robin competition had a school competing among the final eight teams or beyond. The individual honors also continued with national coaches of the year in football (Kansas State’s Bill Snyder and Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy), women’s basketball (Baylor’s Kim Mulkey) and men’s basketball (Kansas’ Bill Self). In addition, Texas’ Matt Scoggin was named the CSCAA Diving Coach of the Year. Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III won the league’s fifth Heisman Trophy – the most of any conference since 1998. Oklahoma pitcher Keilani Ricketts was selected the 2012 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year. Baylor center Brittney Griner garnered consensus national player of the year honors in women’s basketball in addition to receiving the prestigious Honda Cup as the collegiate woman athlete of the year. The Conference has had 13 athletes earn major individual awards in football in the past three campaigns. Also in the fall, Haley Eckerman of Texas was tabbed the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Freshman of the Year. Overall, more than 1,400 student-athletes have earned AllAmerica recognition in the past five years alone. Through its first 16 years, the Big 12 has claimed a team national championship in 16 of the sports it sponsors. The Conference ranks second with seven appearances in the BCS National Championship Game and leads the country with 95 football consensus All-America selections. League squads have combined to lead the nation in women’s basketball attendance each of the last 13 years and the Big 12 is the only conference to surpass the one-million mark in season attendance – doing so six times. In men’s basketball, the league has had two teams in the regional finals in four of the past five seasons. No other conference has had multiple Elite Eight teams in a season as much during that span. During the last eight years a total of 26 NCAA trophies have been hoisted by Big 12 institutions, with at least one national crown won in all but one year for the Conference, including 15 consecutive sea-

sons. The Big 12 and its member institutions are committed to a competitive environment where sportsmanship and fair play take center stage. Whether on the field, in the classroom, or within the community, the student-athletes, administrators, coaches and game officials of the Big 12 support the highest ideals in sportsmanship. National academic accolades have always been strong in the Big 12. Danielle Robinson (Oklahoma) and Sam Acho (Texas) were selected to receive Today’s Top VIII Awards – one of the NCAA’s top honors. It recognizes student-athletes who completed their athletic eligibility during 2010-11 for success on the fields and courts, in the classroom and in the community. In 2011-12, two student-athletes were recipients of the NCAA Elite 89 Award. That honor showcases individuals who have reached the pinnacle of competition at the national championship level, while also achieving the highest academic standard among their peers. In its short history, the Big 12 has also had over 500 Academic All-America recipients, averaging more than 30 each season. Big 12 student-athletes have shown commitment to their studies by earning numerous individual academic recognitions. Nine times in the past eight years a league athlete has garnered the top academic honor for their respective sport. The Big 12 had plenty of success overall in the classroom the last three years, as the Conference boasted 74 student-athletes earning Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America recognition through the spring of 2012. The Big 12 can take pride in other stories that combine on and off the field success. Patience Knight (Texas Tech) was the recipient of the Honda Inspiration Award in 2008, given to an outstanding female college athlete who overcomes adversity to excel in her sport. She was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in 2007, but rebounded to win All-America honors at the 2008 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. Oklahoma State women’s basketball was the inaugural recipient of the “Together We R” Team Award in 2012, recognizing programs that have strived to succeed in the face of adversity. Competitive excellence, scholarship and sportsmanship are all equal components of the Big 12 philosophy. All-Big 12 teams and Academic All-Big 12 squads are recognized for each sport at the end of their respective seasons. At the end of each academic year, the Conference honors its top male and female student-athletes with the Big 12 Athlete of the Year and Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year awards. Institutions can also nominate student-athletes for the prestigious Dr. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarships. A total of 293 scholars have received over $2 million in postgraduate financial aid through the first 16 years of the program. The Big 12 sponsors 23 sports. Men’s squads include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, swimming & diving, tennis and wrestling. Women’s teams are fielded in basketball, cross country, equestrian, golf, gymnastics, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis and volleyball. Big 12 institutions create a league that encompasses five states and nearly 37 million people. More than 4,200 student-athletes from across the United States and around the World compete annually in the sports sponsored by the Conference. The Conference conducts postseason championships for 20 of its 23 sports. Each championship helps to determine teams and/or individuals that will represent the Conference in national postseason competition. The winner of the Big 12 football regular season championship earns the league’s berth into the Bowl Championship Series. In its first 16 years, the Conference has distributed more than $1.6 billion to its member institutions. The conference office is headquartered in Irving, Texas.

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PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

American Airlines Center- Dallas, Texas

2013 PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP (American Airlines Center - Dallas, Texas - March 8-11, 2013) FRIDAY, MARCH 8 Game 1: Seed #8 vs. Seed #9 Game 2: Seed #7 vs. Seed #10

6 p.m. 8:30 p.m.

SATURDAY, MARCH 9 Game 3: Seed #4 vs. Seed #5 Game 4: Seed #1 vs. Game-1 winner Game 5: Seed #2 vs. Game-2 winner Game 6: Seed #3 vs. Seed #6

SUNDAY, MARCH 10 Game 7: Semifinals 1 Game 8: Semifinals 2

1 p.m. (FSN) 3:30 p.m. (FSN)

MONDAY, MARCH 11 Game 9: Championship Game

7 p.m. (FSN)

11 a.m. (FSN) 1:30 p.m. (FSN) 6 p.m. (FSN) 8:30 p.m. (FSN)

K-STATE IN THE BIG 12 TOURNAMENT (RECORD: 14-15) Year 1996-97

Round 1st Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

K-State Seed 5 5 5 5

Opponent (seed) Oklahoma (12) Texas Tech (4) Kansas (1) Colorado (3)

1997-98

1st Quarterfinals

11 11

Baylor (6) Kansas (3)

1998-99

1st Quarterfinals

8 8

Colorado (9) Texas Tech (1)

W, 55-51 L, 55-74

1999-00

1st

8

Oklahoma State (9)

L, 59-67

2000-01

1st

11

Baylor (6)

L, 44-60

2001-02

Quarterfinals Semifinals

4 4

Texas (5) Oklahoma (1)

W, 79-63 L, 49-69

2002-03

Quarterfinals Semifinals

2 2

Baylor (7) Texas Tech (3)

W, 77-60 L, 65-71

2003-04

Quarterfinals Semifinals

2 2

Missouri (7) Oklahoma (6)

W, 79-58 L, 66-78

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Result W, 81-56 W, 76-68 W, 73-58 L, 44-54

Year 2004-05

Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

K-State Seed 3 3 3

Opponent (seed) Nebraska (6) Texas (2) Baylor (1)

2005-06

First Round Quarterfinals

7 7

Kansas (10) Baylor (2)

2006-07

First Round

12

Iowa State (5)

L, 45-57

2007-08

Quarterfinals

1

Iowa State (8)

L, 65-66 (ot)

2008-09

First Round Quarterfinals

5 5

Colorado (12) Texas A&M (4)

W, 68-51 L, 63-65

2009-10

First Round Quarterfinals

9 9

Texas Tech (8) Nebraska (1)

W, 59-51 L, 46-63

2010-11

Quarterfinals Semifinals

4 4

Iowa State (5) Baylor (1)

W, 56-53 L, 53-86

2011-12

Quarterfinals Semifinals

5 5

Iowa State (4) Baylor (1)

W, 67-63 L, 65-86

W, 75-66 (ot) L, 46-50

Result W, 71-45 W, 72-69 L, 55-68 W, 72-52 L, 74-79 (ot)


BIG 12 CONFERENCE HONORS AND AWARDS BIG 12 REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Baylor Baylor Nebraska Oklahoma Kansas State Texas A&M / Oklahoma Oklahoma Baylor Kansas State / Texas Texas Oklahoma Oklahoma Iowa State / Oklahoma / Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Kansas

Head coach Deb Patterson has won two Big 12 Coach of the Year honors (2002 and 2008) and guided the Wildcats to a pair of Big 12 regular season titles (2004 and 2008).

BIG 12 TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Baylor Baylor Texas A&M Baylor Texas A&M Oklahoma Oklahoma Baylor Oklahoma Texas Oklahoma Iowa State Iowa State Texas Tech Texas Tech Colorado

BIG 12 COACH OF THE YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Kim Mulkey (Baylor) Kim Mulkey (Baylor) Connie Yori (Nebraska) Sherri Coale (Oklahoma) Deb Patterson (Kansas State) Gary Blair (Texas A&M) Sherri Coale (Oklahoma) Kim Mulkey (Baylor) Jody Conradt (Texas) Jody Conradt (Texas) Deb Patterson (Kansas State) Sherri Coale (Oklahoma) Sherri Coale (Oklahoma) Marsha Sharp (Texas Tech) Marsha Sharp (Texas Tech) Marian Washington (Kansas)

BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Brittney Griner (Baylor) Brittney Griner (Baylor) Kelsey Griffin (Nebraska) Courtney Paris (Oklahoma) Courtney Paris (Oklahoma) Courtney Paris (Oklahoma) Sophia Young (Baylor) Kendra Wecker (Kansas State) Nicole Ohlde (Kansas State) Nicole Ohlde (Kansas State) Stacey Dales (Oklahoma) Stacey Dales (Oklahoma) Phylesha Whaley (Oklahoma) Angie Braziel (Texas Tech) Alicia Thompson (Texas Tech) Tamecka Dixon (Kansas)

BIG 12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

BIG 12 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Brittney Griner (Baylor) Brittney Griner (Baylor) Brittney Griner (Baylor) & Yvonne Turner (Nebraska) Danielle Gant (Texas A&M) Courtney Paris (Oklahoma) Courtney Paris (Oklahoma)

BIG 12 NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Kelsey Bone (Texas A&M) Destiny Williams (Baylor) Danielle Adams (Texas A&M) Tanisha Smith (Texas A&M) Dominic Seals (Texas Tech) Bernice Mosby (Baylor) Whitney Pegram (Oklahoma State) Jelena Spiric (Nebraska) Nina Stone (Oklahoma State) Jamie Carey (Texas) Keisha Cannon (Nebraska) Sheila Lambert (Baylor) Amanda Lassiter (Missouri) Desiree Francis (Iowa State) Stacy Frese (Iowa State) Nicole Palmer (Baylor)

Liz Donohoe (Oklahoma State) Odyssey Sims (Baylor) Brittney Griner (Baylor) Whitney Hand (Oklahoma) Danielle Robinson (Oklahoma) Andrea Riley (Oklahoma State) Courtney Paris (Oklahoma) Morenike Atunrase (Texas A&M) Tiffany Jackson (Texas) Chelsi Welch (Oklahoma) & Erin Grant (Texas Tech) Heather Schreiber (Texas) Nicole Ohlde (Kansas State) Plenette Pierson (Texas Tech) LaNeishea Caufield (Oklahoma) Megan Taylor (Iowa State) Julie Helm (Missouri)

BIG 12 SIXTH MAN AWARD 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Sharane Campbell (Oklahoma) Chynna Brown (Texas Tech) & Maryann Baker (Texas A&M) Bianca Smith (Colorado) Melissa Jones (Baylor) & Nyeshia Stevenson (Oklahoma) Morenike Atunrase (Texas A&M) Danielle Gant (Texas A&M)

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OPPONENT RECORDS/2012-13 SERIES HISTORY LAST TIME BY AN OPPOSING PLAYER 40 POINTS 45 Brittney Griner, Baylor (3/9/12)

* - Big 12 record

20 REBOUNDS 20 Teviani Scott, Sacramento St. (3/3/94)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 58 by UCLA (1/20/78)

15 REBOUNDS 17 Aishah Sutherland, Kansas (2/12/12)

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 101 by UCLA (1/20/78)

15 FIELD GOALS MADE 19 Brittney Griner, Baylor (3/9/12)

FEWEST FIELD GOALS 5 vs. Miss. Valley State (12/1/06)

30 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 33 Andrea Riley, Oklahoma St. (1/16/10)

FEWEST FGS ATTEMPTED 37 by Sacramento State (1/12/95)

7 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 8 Heather Ezell, Iowa State (3/12/08)

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .667 (34-51) by Missouri (2/5/85)

15 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 18 Shelby Hoffman, Wyoming (11/24/00)

MOST 3-POINT FGS MADE 13 by Lamar (11/25/95)

15 FREE THROWS MADE 17 Hanna Zavecz, Wyoming (3/28/07)

MOST 3-POINT FGS ATTEMPTED 37 by Stanford (11/30/02)

20 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 24 Hanna Zavecz, Wyoming (3/28/07)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE 38 by Ohio State (12/19/93)

10 ASSISTS 10 Alison Lacey, Iowa State (1/31/10)

FEWEST FREE THROWS 0, five times, latest UMKC (11/27/90)

10 STEALS 14 Heidi Caruso, Lafayette (12/5/92)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 52 by Wyoming (3/28/07)

5 BLOCKS 7 Brittney Griner, Baylor (3/9/12)

FEWEST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 2 by Missouri State (1/23/76)

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE GAME OPPONENT RECORDS MOST POINTS Game: 48 by Karen Jennings, Nebraska (1/21/92) MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 22 by Karen Jennings, Nebraska (1/21/92) MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 35 by Lynette Woodard, Kansas (1/28/78) MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 8 by Michelle Arnold, Kansas (1/28/89) 8 by Heather Ezell, Iowa State (3/12/08) MOST 3-POINT FGS ATTEMPTED Game: 18 by Shelby Hoffman, Wyoming (11/24/00) MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 17 by Sharon Bax, Missouri (2/4/90) 17 by Hanna Zavecz, Wyoming (3/28/07) MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 24 by Hanna Zavecz, Wyoming (3/28/07) MOST REBOUNDS Game: 33 by Lynette Woodard, Kansas (1/28/78)

TEAM SINGLE GAME OPPONENT RECORDS MOST POINTS 123 by UCLA (1/20/78) FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 15 by Washburn (2/1/72) FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED (CONFERENCE GAME) 27 by Oklahoma (2/12/76) MOST POINTS ALLOWED (CONFERENCE GAME) 106 by Colorado (12/6/79)

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K-STATE SERIES HISTORY VS. 2012-13 OPPONENTS

FEWEST POINTS SCORED (BOTH TEAMS) 70, Kansas State 37, Missouri 33 (2/10/10)*

MOST REBOUNDS 73 by Kansas (2/26/79) FEWEST REBOUNDS 17 by Simpson College (1/5/77)

LAST TIME BY AN OPPONENT

Idaho State H: 1-0 A: 0-0

N: 0-0

K-State leads 1-0 Last: W, 88-68, March 17, 2006 (H)

Arkansas - Pine Bluff H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0

K-State leads 1-0 Last: W, 115-37, Dec. 2, 2002 (H)

Tennessee State H: 0-0 A: 1-0

K-State leads 1-0 Last: W, 72-58, Dec. 30, 1999 (A)

N: 0-0

Charlotte

First Meeting

Mississippi Valley State H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0

K-State leads 1-0 Last: W, 77-18, Dec. 1, 2006 (H)

Wichita State H: 18-3 A: 20-2 N: 2-1

K-State leads 40-6 Last: W, 60-34, Dec. 7, 2011 (H)

South Dakota H: 2-0 A: 0-0

N: 1-0

K-State leads 3-0 Last: W, 81-37, Dec. 4, 1994 (H)

UTEP H: 1-0

A: 1-0

N: 0-1

K-State leads 2-1 Last: W, 65-44, Nov. 14, 2008 (A)

Texas A&M H: 7-2 A: 5-4

N: 1-2

K-State leads 13-8 Last: L, 67-36, Feb. 8, 2012 (A)

UNLV H: 1-0

A: 1-2

N: 1-0

K-State leads 3-2 Last: L, 44-38, Dec. 20, 2011 (A)

Old Dominion H: 1-0 A: 0-1

N: 1-2

ODU leads 3-2 Last: L, 88-62, March 23, 2002 (N)

Alabama A&M Notre Dame H: 0-1 A: 0-0

First Meeting

N: 0-0

Notre Dame leads 1-0 Last: L, 59-53, March 25, 2003 (H)

UC Santa Barbara H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0

K-State leads 1-0 Last: W, 57-48, Dec. 29, 1986, (A)

Kansas H: 30-13 A: 26-24 N: 6-5

K-State leads 62-42 Last: W, 47-43, 2/12/12 (H)

100 POINTS 105 by Ohio State (12/19/93)

TCU H: 0-0

A: 0-0

N: 0-1

TCU leads 1-0 Last: L, 71-62, Dec. 11, 1999, (N)

40 FIELD GOALS MADE 45 by Louisiana Tech (1/6/90)

Texas Tech H: 4-4 A: 5-5

N: 2-2

Series tied 11-11 Last: L, 64-63, 3/3/12 (H)

90 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 91 by Baylor (3/12/02)

West Virginia

10 THREE-POINT FGS MADE 10 by Iowa (12/3/11) 35 THREE-POINT FGS ATTEMPTED 37 by Stanford (11/30/02) 30 FREE THROWS MADE 37 by Wyoming (3/28/07 40 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 52 by Wyoming (3/28/07) 60 REBOUNDS 60 by Baylor (1/21/12) 25 ASSISTS 26 by Baylor (3/9/12) 15 STEALS 15 by Nebraska (2/18/06) 10 BLOCKS 10 by Duke (11/27/04)

First Meeting

Baylor H: 4-4 A: 1-8 N: 4-6

Baylor leads 18-9 Last: L, 86-65, 3/9/12 (N)

Oklahoma State H: 15-8 A: 11-13 N: 4-6

K-State leads 30-27 Last: W, 53-50, 2/22/12 (H)

Texas H: 6-4

Texas leads 12-11 Last: W, 65-45, 2/18/12 (H)

A: 3-7

N: 2-1

Oklahoma H: 12-12 A: 8-15 N: 3-3

Oklahoma leads 30-23 Last: L, 68-62, 2/15/12 (A)

Iowa State H: 24-11 A: 16-18 N: 7-2

K-State leads 47-31 Last: W, 67-63, 3/8/12 (N)


OPPONENTS GAME - 1

GAME - 2

GAME - 3

IDAHO STATE

ARKANSAS - PINE BLUFF

TENNESSEE STATE

Friday, November 9 | 5:30 p.m. | K-StateHD.TV Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Sunday, November 11 | 2 p.m. | K-StateHD.TV Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Tuesday, November 20 | 7 p.m. Gentry Center | Nashville, Tenn.

Seton Sobolewski Head Coach

Kaela Oakes Sr., Guard

Nate Kilbert Head Coach

Larry Joe Inman Head Coach

2012-13 SCHEDULE N9 N 11 N 17 N 20 N 29 D1 D8 D 14 D 20 D 22 D 30 J3 J5 J 10 J 14 J 17 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F2 F9 F 14 F 16 F 21 F 28 M2 M7 M9

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Pocatello, Idaho Enrollment: 14,489 Nickname: Bengals Colors: Orange and Black Conference: Big Sky Home Arena: Reed Gymnasium Capacity: 3,241 President: Dr. Arthur C. Vailas Director of Athletics: Jeff Tingey Ticket Office Phone: 208-282-FANS Website: www.isubengals.com

at Kansas State at Kansas Air Force at Boise State at South Dakota at Nebraska Utah Valley Carroll College Portland State Eastern Washington at Arizona State at North Dakota at Northern Colorado Southern Utah at Weber State at Sacramento State at Northern Arizona Montana Montana State Northern Colorado North Dakota at Southern Utah at Montana State at Montana Weber State Northern Arizona Sacramento State at Eastern Washington at Portland State

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Seton Sobolewski Alma Mater: Northern Arizona ‘01 School Record (Yrs): 68-55 (4 Years) Career Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Tony Giannotti, Laura Dinkins Office Phone: 208-282-4492 2011-12 Record: 24-8 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 14-2 (1st) 2011 Postseason Results: Lost to Miami (Fla.), 70-41, in first round of 2012 NCAA Tournament Letterwinners R/L: 13/1 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 2 PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Kaela Oakes Ashleigh Vella Lindsey Reed Cydney Horton

Yr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

Pos. G F G F

Statistics 11.3 ppg, 2.7 rpg 11.2 ppg, 6.4 rpg 10.7 ppg, 5.5 rpg 7.1 ppg, 6.9 rpg

Others Returning Jessa Jeppesen Taylor Floyd

Yr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. F F

Statistics 5.6 ppg, 5.0 rpg 2.9 ppg, 1.4 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Jaime Schroeder Office Phone: 208-282-3651 E-Mail: schrjaim@isu.edu SID Fax: 208-282-4063 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads 1-0 Last Meeting: K-State won 88-68 (3/17/06) Current Streak: K-State has won one Patterson vs. Idaho State: 1-0

Jasmin Shuler Sr., Guard

2012-13 SCHEDULE

2012-13 SCHEDULE

N 11 at Kansas State D 15 at Wichita State J 2 at Mississippi Valley State J8 Alabama A&M F4 at Alabama A&M F 28 Mississippi Valley State

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Pine Bluff, Ark. Enrollment: 3,800 Nickname: Lady Lions Colors: Black and Gold Conference: Southwestern Athletic Home Arena: H.O. Clemmons Arena Capacity: 4,500 Chancellor: Dr. Lawrence Davis Jr. Director of Athletics: Lonza Hardy Jr. Ticket Office Phone: 870-575-8601 Website: www.uapblionsroar.com Twitter: @UAPBAthletics

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment: 9,165 Nickname: Lady Tigers Colors: Reflex Blue and White Conference: Ohio Valley Home Arena: Gentry Center Capacity: 10,600 President: Dr. Portia H. Sheilds Director of Athletics: Teresa L. Phillips Ticket Office Phone: 615-963-5841 Website: www.tsutigers.com Twitter: @tsuladytigersbb

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Nate Kilbert Alma Mater: Mississippi Valley St. ‘87 School Record (Yrs): 0-0 (1st Year) Career Record (Yrs): 122-198 (11 Years) Assistant Coaches: Ashley Brown, Danny Evans Office Phone: 870-575-8694 2011-12 Record: 1-29 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 1-17 (10th) 2012 Postseason Results: N/A

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Larry Joe Inman Alma Mater: Austin Peay State ‘70 School Record (Yrs): 0-0 (1st Year) Career Record (Yrs): 480-317 (28 Years) Assistant Coaches: Marcus Payne, Joe Bonham, Ashlee McGee Office Phone: 615-863-5851 2011-12 Record: 9-20 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 5-11 (t-8th) 2012 Postseason Results: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 10/2 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Edrin Nicholson Office Phone: 870-575-7949 E-Mail: nicholsone@uapb.edu SID Fax: 870-575-7880 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads 1-0 Last Meeting: K-State won 115-37 (12/2/02) Current Streak: K-State has won one Patterson vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff: 1-0

N 12 N 20 N 23 N 24 N 26 N 30 D1 D3 D 16 D 18 D 29 D 31 J5 J7 J 14 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 28 F4 F9 F 11 F 16 F 18 F 25 F 28 M2

at South Alabama Kansas State UAB/Samford UAB/Samford Fisk vs. Montana/Idaho vs. Montana/Idaho at Montana State Cleveland State at Lipscomb Eastern Illinois at Louisville at Jacksonville State at Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri at Belmont Jacksonville State at Morehead State at Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay at Murray State Belmont UT Martin at SIU Edwardsville Morehead State Eastern Kentucky

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Jasmin Shuler Destiney Gaston Rachel Allen Alana Morris

Yr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr.

Pos. G C G G/F

Statistics 15.2 ppg, 3.1 rpg 7.0 ppg, 4.3 rpg 6.2 ppg, 3.3 apg 4.3 ppg, 3.4 rpg

Others Returning Chelsea Hudson Kesi Hess Avery Jones

Yr. R-So. Sr. Sr.

Pos. F G C

Statistics 5.7 ppg, 5.0 rpg 5.4 ppg, 2.7 rpg 4.7 ppg, 3.2 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Zekeya Anderson Office Phone: 615-963-1867 E-Mail: zanderson01@tnstate.edu SID Fax: 615-963-7692 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads 1-0 Last Meeting: K-State won 72-58 (12/30/99) Current Streak: K-State has won one Patterson vs. Tennessee State: 1-0

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OPPONENTS GAME - 4

GAME - 5

GAME - 6

CHARLOTTE

MISSISSPPI VALLEY STATE

WICHITA STATE

Saturday, November 24 | 6 p.m. Halton Arena | Charlotte, N.C.

Friday, November 30 | 7 p.m. | FOX Sports Midwest Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Tuesday, December 4 | 7:05 p.m. Charles Koch Arena | Wichita, Kan.

Jennifer Hailey Sr., Forward

Cara Consuegra Head Coach

Elvis Robinson Head Coach

Alia Frank Sr., Forward

2012-13 SCHEDULE N 10 N 14 N 17 N 24 N 28 D2 D5 D8 D 18 D 21 D 29 D 30 J3 J6 J 13 J 16 J 20 J 27 J 30 F3 F6 F 10 F 13 F 17 F 20 F 24 F 28 M3

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Charlotte, N.C Enrollment: 26,000 Nickname: 49ers Colors: Green, White and Gold Conference: Atlantic 10 Home Arena: Halton Arena Capacity: 9,105 Chancellor: Dr. Philip L. Dubois Director of Athletics: Judy Rose Ticket Office Phone: 704-687-4949 Website: www.charlotte49ers.com Twitter: @Charlotte49ers

North Carolina Central at TCU Florida Gulf Coast Kansas State UCF Florida State at UNC Wilmington Stetson at North Carolina A&T Davidson vs. Toledo vs. MVSU or Georgia St. Coppin State Colgate Fordham at Rhode Island Xavier at Saint Louis at St. Bonaventure Duquesne Temple at St. Joseph’s Butler George Washington at UMass at La Salle VCU at Richmond

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Cara Consuegra Alma Mater: Iowa ‘01 School Record (Yrs): 16-14 (1 Year) Career Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Joanne AlukaWhite, Sabrina Gregory, Karen Lange Office Phone: 704-687-1012 2011-12 Record: 16-14 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 8-6 (6th) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Wake Forest, 72-61, in Postseason WNIT first round Letterwinners R/L: 9/3 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 4 PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Jennifer Hailey Jai Forney Amanda Dowe Ayanna Holmes

Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

Pos. F G F G

Statistics 13.7 ppg, 9.3 rpg 8.0 ppg, 4.3 rpg 7.0 ppg, 9.3 rpg 4.0 ppg, 2.4 rpg

Others Returning Ny Hammonds Hillary Sigmon

Yr. Jr. So.

Pos. G G

Statistics 5.2 ppg, 3.8 apg 7.6 ppg, 2.1 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Travis Woods Office Phone: 704-687-1838 E-Mail: travis.woods@uncc.edu SID Fax: 704-687-4918 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: First meeting Last Meeting: n/a Current Streak: n/a Patterson vs. Charlotte: n/a

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Jody Adams Head Coach

Jessica Diamond Sr., Guard

2012-13 SCHEDULE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Itta Bena, Miss. Enrollment: 2,500 Nickname: Devilettes Colors: Forest Green, White and Red Conference: SWAC Home Arena: Harrison HPER Complex Capacity: 10,000 President: Dr. Donna H. Oliver Director of Athletics: Ashley Robinson Ticket Office Phone: 662-254-3550 Website: www.mvsusports.com

N9 N 10 N 17 N 24 N 27 N 30 D8 D 15 D 19 D 29 D 30 J2 J6 J 12 J 14 J 19 J 21 J 26 J 28 F2 F9 F 11 F 16 F 18 F 23 F 25 F 28

vs. Dayton TBD at UAB Philander Smith at Mississippi at Kansas State Talladega Tuskegee at Arkansas at Georgia State TBD at Arkansas-Pine Bluff Alabama A&M at Alcorn State at Southern Prairie View A&M Texas Southern at Jackson State at Grambling State at Alabama A&M Alcorn State Southern at Prairie View A&M at Texas Southern Jackson State Grambling State at Arkansas-Pine Bluff

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Elvis Robinson Alma Mater: Miss. Valley St. ‘04 School Record (Yrs): 1st Season Career Record (Yrs): 1st Season Assistant Coach: LaTasha Thomas-Davis Office Phone: 662-254-3549 2011-12 Record: 18-14 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 14-4 (1st) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost at Tulane, 68-61, in first round of WNIT Letterwinners R/L: 7/6 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 4 PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Alia Frank Lenise Stallings

Yr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. F G

Statistics 9.7 ppg, 5.3 rpg 9.0 ppg, 2.4 rpg

Others Returning Davina Jefferson

Yr. Sr.

Pos. G

Statistics 6.4 ppg, 1.8 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Kenneth Mister Office Phone: 662-254-3011 E-Mail: kcmister@mvsu.edu SID Fax: 662-254-3011 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads, 1-0 Last Meeting: K-State won, 77-18 (12/1/06) Current Streak: K-State won one Patterson vs. Purdue: 1-0

2012-13 SCHEDULE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Wichita, Kan. Enrollment: 15,100 Nickname: Shockers Colors: Black and Yellow Conference: Missouri Valley Home Arena: Charles Koch Arena Capacity: 10,506 President: Dr. Donald L. Beggs Director of Athletics: Dr. Eric Sexton Ticket Office Phone: 316-978-3267 Website: www.goshockers.com Twitter: @GoShockers TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Jody Adams Alma Mater: Tennessee ‘93 School Record (Yrs): 68-61 (4) Career Record (Yrs): 92-69 (5) Assistant Coaches: Bridgette Gordon, Kirk Crawford, Dana Eikenberg Office Phone: 316-978-3257 2011-12 Record: 17-15 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 10-8 (5th) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Oklahoma State, 63-44, in second round of Postseason WNIT Letterwinners R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 2

N 11 N 15 N 18 N 22 N 23 N 24 N 27 D4 D7 D 15 D 22 D 30 J3 J 10 J 12 J 19 J 21 J 25 J 27 F1 F3 F8 F 10 F 14 F 16 F 21 F 23 F 28 M3 M9

at LSU at Arkansas State UTSA vs. James Madison vs. Richmond vs. Missouri Grambling Kansas State Northern Colorado Arkansas-Pine Bluff at SMU Green Bay Missouri State at Bradley at UNI Creighton Drake at Southern Illinois at Evansville Illinois State Indiana State UNI Bradley at Drake at Creighton Evansville Southern Illinois at Illinois State at Indiana State at Missouri State

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Jessica Diamond Chynna Turner Jazimen Gordon

Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. G F C

Statistics 13.3 ppg, 2.5 apg 8.7 ppg, 5.7 rpg 8.7 ppg, 5.4 rpg

Others Returning Alex Harden Molly O’Brien

Yr. So. So.

Pos. G/F G/F

Statistics 5.7 ppg, 3.8 rpg 2.8 ppg, 1.9 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Brian Petrotta Office Phone: 316-978-5535 E-Mail: bpetrotta@goshockers.com SID Fax: 316-978-3336 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads 40-6 Last Meeting: K-State won 60-34 (12/7/11) in Manhattan Current Streak: K-State has won two straight Patterson vs. Wichita State: 4-0


OPPONENTS WORLD VISION CLASSIC | GAME - 9

GAME - 7

GAME - 8

SOUTH DAKOTA

UTEP

TEXAS A&M

Sunday, December 9 | 2 p.m. | FOX Sports Midwest Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Sunday, December 16 | 2 p.m. | K-StateHD.TV Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Wednesday, December 18 | 2:30 p.m. (CT) Cox Pavilion | Las Vegas, Nev.

Amy Williams Head Coach

Alexis Yackley Sr., Guard

Keitha Adams Head Coach

Kayla Thornton Jr., Forward

2012-13 SCHEDULE N9 N 11 N 15 N 23 N 24 N 29 D1 D6 D9 D 15 D 20 D 22 D 30 J3 J6 J 12 J 17 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 30 F2 F9 F 14 F 16 F 21 F 23 F 28

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment: 9,970 Nickname: Coyotes Colors: Red and White Conference: Summit League Home Arena: DakotaDome Capacity: 10,000 President: James W. Abbott Director of Athletics: David Sayler Ticket Office Phone: 605-677-5959 Website: www.goyotes.com Twitter: @SDCoyotesSID

at Cleveland State at Drake at UNI at Pepperdine at Pepperdine Idaho State Utah Valley State Dakota State at Kansas State Peru State at Utah State at Boise State Nebraska-Omaha at North Dakota State at South Dakota State at Kansas City Fort Wayne Oakland at Western Illinois at IUPUI South Dakota State North Dakota State Kansas City at Oakland at Fort Wayne IUPUI Western Illinois at Nebraska-Omaha

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Amy Williams Alma Mater: Nebraska ‘98 School Record (Yrs): 0-0 (1st Year) Career Record (Yrs): 97-65 (5 years) Assistant Coaches: Ryan Larsen, Brooke Atkinson, Chuck Love Office Phone: 605-677-5941 2011-12 Record: 23-8 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 12-6 (3rd) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Colorado, 64-55, in second round of Postseason WNIT Letterwinners R/L: 8/3 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 6 PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Tempestt Wilson Alexis Yackley

Yr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. G G

Statistics 8.6 ppg, 3.2 rpg 6.7 ppg, 4.8 apg

Others Returning Kelly Stewart McKayla Knudson

Yr. So. Jr.

Pos. G F

Statistics 4.1 ppg, 2.3 rpg 2.7 ppg, 1.4 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Jarrod Tell Office Phone: 605-677-8813 E-Mail: Jarrod.Tell@usd.edu SID Fax: 605-677-5618 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads 4-0 Last Meeting: K-State won 81-37 (12/4/94) in Manhattan Current Streak: K-State has won four straight Patterson vs. South Dakota: First meeting

Gary Blair Head Coach

Asya Bussie Sr., Center

2012-13 SCHEDULE N 10 N 16 N 18 N 21 N 23 N 29 D1 D5 D8 D 16 D 20 D 28 D 30 J9 J 13 J 20 J 24 J 27 J 31 F3 F7 F 10 F 14 F 17 F 21 F 24 F 28 M3 M8

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: El Paso, Texas Enrollment: 22,640 Nickname: Miners Colors: Dark Blue, Orange and Silver Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Don Haskins Center Capacity: 12,000 President: Dr. Diana Natalicio Director of Athletics: Bob Stull Ticket Office Phone: 915-747-5234 Website: www.utepathletics.com Twitter: @UTEPAthletics

Loyola Marymount Houston Baptist Arizona State vs. Arizona vs. Texas Southern at New Mexico State Texas State New Mexico State Eastern New Mexico at Kansas State New Mexico Sam Houston State UTPA at Tulsa East Carolina UAB at Rice at Houston Tulsa SMU at Tulane Southern Miss at Marshall at UCF Houston at Memphis Rice at SMU Tulane

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Keitha Adams Alma Mater: Southwestern College ‘89 School Record (Yrs): 184-147 (11 Years) Career Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Ewa Laskowska, Bill Damuth Office Phone: 915-747-8609 2011-12 Record: 29-4 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 15-1 (1st) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Penn State, 65-77, in first round of NCAA Tournament Letterwinners R/L: 8/7 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 8

2012-13 SCHEDULE N9 N 14 N 18 N 20 N 23 N 25 D4 D8 D 15 D 19 D 20 D 21 D 28 J1 J3 J6 J 10 J 13 J 20 J 24 J 27 J 31 F4 F 10 F 14 F 18 F 21 F 24 F 28 M3

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: College Station, Texas Enrollment: 49,129 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Maroon and White Conference: SEC Home Arena: Reed Arena Capacity: 12,500 Chancellor: Dr. Michael D. McKinney Director of Athletics: Eric Hyman Ticket Office Phone: 888-99-AGGIE Website: www.aggieathletics.com Twitter: @AggieAthletics

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Gary Blair Alma Mater: Texas Tech ‘72 Record at School (Yrs): 212-90 (9 years) Career Record (Yrs): 620-253 (26 years) Associate Head Coaches: Kelly Bond-White Assistant Coach: Bob Starkey and Amy Wright Office Phone: 979-845-0565 2011-12 Record: 24-11 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 11-7 (t2nd-Big 12) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Maryland, 81-74, in NCAA Regional Semifinal Letterwinners R/L: 8/5 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 6

at Louisville Penn State Connecticut Liberty Southern Marquette Louisiana Tech TCU at USC vs. Kansas State TBD TBD Prairie View A&M Rice Alabama at Arkansas at Kentucky Auburn Georgia Mississippi State Missouri Vanderbilt at LSU at South Carolina Florida Kentucky Mississippi at Vanderbilt at South Carolina LSU

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Kayla Thornton Kelli Willingham Kristine Vitola Anete Steinberga

Yr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. F G F F

Statistics 9.8 ppg, 7.3 rpg 7.9 ppg, 2.5 rpg 5.8 ppg, 5.4 rpg 5.2 ppg, 3.5 rpg

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Kelsey Bone Alexia Standish

Yr. Jr. So.

Pos. C G

Statistics 11.9 ppg, 6.9 rpg 5.8 ppg, 2.0 apg

Others Returning Chrishauna Parker Jenzel Nash

Yr. So. So.

Pos. G G

Statistics 5.3 ppg, 3.6 rpg 5.1 ppg, 1.9 rpg

Others Returning Karla Gilbert Adrienne Pratcher

Yr. Jr. Sr.

Pos. C G

Statistics 5.1 ppg, 4.5 rpg 4.5 ppg, 3.0 apg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Mark Brunner Office Phone: 915-747-5722 E-Mail: mbrunner@utep.edu SID Fax: 915-747-5154 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads 2-1 Last Meeting: K-State won 65-44 (11/14/08) in El Paso, Texas Current Streak: K-State has won two straight Patterson vs. UTEP: 2-1

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: TBD Office Phone: 979-862-5443 E-Mail: TBD SID Fax: 979-845-0564 Press Row Phone: 979-862-6944 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads the series, 13-8 Last Meeting: Texas A&M won, 67-36 (2/8/12) Current Streak: Texas A&M won one Patterson vs. Texas A&M: 10-6

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OPPONENTS WORLD VISION CLASSIC | GAME - 10 or 11

WORLD VISION CLASSIC | GAME - 10 or 11

GAME - 12

UNLV - Possible Opponent

OLD DOMINION

UC SANTA BARBARA

Thursday, Dec. 20 or Friday, Dec. 21 | TBA Cox Pavilion | Las Vegas, Nev.

Thursday, Dec. 20 or Friday, Dec. 21 | TBA Cox Pavilion | Las Vegas, Nev.

Thursday, December 29 | 4 p.m. | UCSB Thunderdome | Santa Barbara, Calif.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Las Vegas, Nev. Enrollment: 28,000 Nickname: Lady Rebels Colors: Red, Black and White Conference: Mountain West Home Arena: Cox Pavilion Capacity: 2,500 Director of Athletics: Jim Livengood Ticket Office Phone: 702-739-FANS Website: www.unlvrebels.com

2012-13 SCHEDULE

2012-13 SCHEDULE

N9 UNLV N 13 Arizona N 17 vs. Maine N 18 TBD N 24 Montana N 25 Bowling Green/Villanova D1 vs. Dayton D2 TBD D8 at UTSA D 19 Old Dominion D 20 TBD D 21 TBD D 29 at UC Riverside D 31 at Santa Clara J9 New Mexico J 12 at Air Force J 16 San Diego State J 19 Colorado State J 23 at Wyoming J 30 at Nevada F2 Boise State F6 Fresno State F9 at New Mexico F 13 Air Force F 16 at San Diego State F 20 Colorado State F 23 Wyoming M2 Nevada M6 at Boise State M9 at Fresno State

N9 at Virginia Tech N 13 South Carolina-Upstate N 17 VCU N 20 at Maryland Eastern Shore N 30 California D2 Dartmouth D7 North Carolina Central D 19 at UNLV D 20 TBD D 21 TBD D 29 South Carolina State J2 Pittsburgh J6 at Georgia State J8 at Drexel J 10 Towson J 13 Delaware J 17 at UNC-Wilmington J 20 at Hofstra J 24 Georgia State J 27 at William & Mary J 31 Drexel F3 UNC-Wilmington F7 at George Mason F 12 James Madison F 14 at Delaware F 17 Northeastern F 21 William & Mary F 24 Hofstra F 28 at James Madison M3 at Northeastern

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Kathy Olivier Alma Mater: UNLV ‘82 School Record (Yrs): 60-66 (4) Career Record (Yrs): 265-238 (19) Associate Head Coach: Caitlin Collier Assistant Coaches: Nikki Blue, Kalee Whipple 2011-12 Record: 22-10 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 10-4 (2nd) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to St. Mary’s, 71-63, in 1st round of WNIT Letterwinners R/L: 7/4 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 4

WORLD VISION CLASSIC | GAME - 10 or 11

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Norfolk, Va. Enrollment: 24,466 Nickname: Lady Monarchs Colors: Slate Blue, Sky Blue & Silver Conference: Colonial Athletic Director of Athletics: Dr. Wood Selig Website: www.odusports.com Twitter: @ODUSports TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Karen Barefoot Alma Mater: Christopher Newport ‘95 School Record (Yrs): 11-21 (1 Year) Career Record (Yrs): 221-165 (14 Years) Assistant Coaches: Amaka Aququa, Tom McConnell, Richard Fortune 2011-12 Record: 11-21 2010-11 Conference (Finish): 7-11 (8th) 2012 Postseason Results: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 7/2 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 6

WORLD VISION CLASSIC | GAME - 10 or 11

ALABAMA A&M - Possible Opponent

NOTRE DAME

Thursday, Dec. 20 or Friday, Dec. 21 | TBA Cox Pavilion | Las Vegas, Nev.

Thursday, Dec. 20 or Friday, Dec. 21 | TBA Cox Pavilion | Las Vegas, Nev.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Huntsville, Ala. Enrollment: 6,000 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Maroon and White Conference: SWAC Director of Athletics: Bryan Hicks Website: www.aamusports.com TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Altherias Warmley Alma Mater: UAB ‘90 School Record (Yrs): 126-132 (10) Career Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Dorianne Johnson, Melvin Williams 2011-12 Record: 17-12 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 12-6 (t2nd) 2012 Postseason Results: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 11/3 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 5

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N 12 UAB N 18 at Auburn N 23 at Kansas D 14 at Memphis D 16 at Murray State D 19 vs. Notre Dame D 20 TBD D 21 TBD D 29 Austin Peay J2 Grambling State J4 Jackson State J 6 at Mississippi Valley State J8 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff J 12 Alabama State J 19 Alcorn State J 21 Southern J 26 at Texas Southern J 28 at Prairie View A&M F2 Mississippi Valley State F4 Arkansas-Pine Bluff F9 at Alabama State F 16 at Alcorn State F 18 at Southern F 23 Texas Southern F 25 Prairie View A&M F 28 at Grambling State M2 at Jackson State

2012-13 SCHEDULE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: South Bend, Ind. Enrollment: 11,985 Nickname: Fighting Irish Colors: Gold and Blue Conference: Big East Director of Athletics: Jack Swarbrick Website: www.und.com Twitter: @FightingIrish

N9 N 18 N 20 N 23 N 29 D5 D9 D 19 D 20 D 21 D 29 D 31 J5 J8 J 13 J 15 J 20 J 23 J 26 J 28 F2 F5 F9 F 11 F 17 F 24 F 26 M2 M4

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Muffet McGraw Alma Mater: St. Joseph’s ‘77 School Record (Yrs): 591-215 (25 Years) Career Record (Yrs): 679-256 (30) Associate Head Coach: Carol Owens Assistant Coaches: Beth Cunningham, Niele Ivey 2011-12 Record: 35-4 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 15-1 (1st) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost 2012 NCAA national title to Baylor, 80-61 Letterwinners R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 3

vs. Ohio State Massachusetts Mercer at UCLA at Central Michigan Baylor Utah State vs. Alabama A&M TBD TBD Purdue Saint Francis at Connecticut at USF Rutgers Georgetown St. John’s at Pittsburgh Providence at Tennessee Cincinnati at Villanova at Seton Hall Louisville at Marquette at DePaul Syracuse at Providence Connecticut

Carlene Mitchell Head Coach

Kirsten Tillman Sr., Center 2012-13 SCHEDULE N9 N 14 N 20 N 21 N 22 N 27 D1 D6 D 15 D 18 D 21 D 29 J3 J5 J 10 J 12 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F2 F7 F9 F 16 F 21 F 23 F 28 M2 M7 M9

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Santa Barbara, Calif. Enrollment: 9,200 Nickname: Gauchos Colors: Blue and Yellow Conference: Big West Home Arena: UCSB Thunderdome Capacity: 6,000 Chancellor: Henry T. Yang Director of Athletics: Mark Massari Ticket Office Phone: 805-893-8272 Website: www.ucsbgauchos.com Twitter: @UCSBgauchos

at UNLV New Mexico State vs. Oregon State TBA TBA USC St. Mary’s (Calif.) at Loyola Marymount at Washington at BYU Kentucky Kansas State at UC Irvine at Long Beach State Pacific UC Davis at Cal Poly at Cal State Northridge at Hawaii UC Riverside Cal State Fullerton at UC Davis Pacific Cal Poly Hawaii Cal State Northridge at Cal State Fullerton at UC Riverside Long Beach State UC Irvine

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Carlene Mitchell Alma Mater: Kansas State ‘96 School Record (Yrs): 17-16 (1 Year) Career Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Heather Zurich, Natalie Jarrett Office Phone: 805-893-7211 2011-12 Record: 17-16 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 8-8 (6th) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Baylor, 81-40, in NCAA Tournament First Round Letterwinners R/L: 8/3 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 3 PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Nicole Nesbit Sweets Underwood Kirsten Tilleman Destini Mason

Yr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. G F F/C G

Statistics 8.2 ppg, 2.8 rpg 7.7 ppg, 7.0 rpg 6.8 ppg, 8.4 rpg 3.7 ppg, 1.5 rpg

Others Returning Melissa Zornig

Yr. Jr.

Pos. G

Statistics 6.8 ppg, 1.9 apg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Lisa Skvarla Office Phone: 805-893-8603 E-Mail: Lisa.Skvarla@athletics.ucsb.edu SID Fax: 805-893-5477 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads series 1-0 Last Meeting: K-State won 57-48 (12/29/86) in Santa Barbara, Calif. Current Streak: K-State has won one Patterson vs. UCSB: First meeting


OPPONENTS GAME - 13 & 21

GAME - 14 & 18

KANSAS

TCU

TEXAS TECH

Wednesday, January 2 | TBA Allen Fieldhouse | Lawrence, Kan.

Saturday, January 5 | 6 p.m. | K-StateHD.TV Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Wednesday, January 9 | 7 p.m. United Spirit Arena | Lubbock, Texas

Saturday, February 2 | 2 p.m. | K-StateHD.TV Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Saturday, January 19 | 7 p.m. Daniel-Meyer Coliseum | Fort Worth, Texas

Saturday, March 2 | 12:30 p.m. | K-StateHD.TV Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Angel Goodrich Sr., Guard

Bonnie Henrickson Head Coach

Natalie Ventress So., Guard

Jeff Mittie Head Coach

2012-13 SCHEDULE N 11 N 14 N 18 N 25 N 28 D2 D6 D 16 D 21 J2 J5 J8 J 12 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 30 F2 F6 F9 F 13 F 17 F 20 F 24 F 27 M2 M5

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment: 28,718 Nickname: Jayhawks Colors: Crimson and Blue Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: Allen Fieldhouse Capacity: 16,300 Chancellor: Dr. Bernadette Gray-Little Director of Athletics: Dr. Sheahon Zenger Ticket Office Phone: 800-34-HAWKS Website: www.kuathletics.com Twitter: @KUathletics

Idaho State SE Missouri State Wake Forest at Creighton Grambling State Minnesota at Arkansas Prairie View A&M at California Kansas State at West Virginia at Oklahoma State Baylor at Texas Tech Texas Oklahoma State Iowa State at Kansas State at Baylor West Virginia at TCU Oklahoma at Texas Texas Tech at Iowa State at Oklahoma TCU

GAME - 15 & 29

Casey Morris Sr., Guard

Kristy Curry Head Coach

2012-13 SCHEDULE N 14 Charlotte N 17 UCF N 25 at Texas State N 28 SMU D2 Houston D5 UTSA D8 at Texas A&M D 16 Sam Houston State D 19 Georgia D 22 Texas-Pan American D 29 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi J2 Baylor J5 at Kansas State J9 Oklahoma J 12 at Iowa State J 16 at West Virginia J 19 Kansas State J 26 at Texas Tech J 30 at Oklahoma F2 Texas F5 at Oklahoma State F9 Texas Tech F 13 Kansas F 16 at Baylor F 20 Oklahoma State F 23 West Virginia F 26 at Texas M2 Iowa State M5 at Kansas

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment: 9,518 Nickname: Horned Frogs Colors: Purple and White Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Capacity: 7,201 Chancellor: Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Director of Athletics: Chris Del Conte Ticket Office Phone: 817-257-3764 Website: www.gofrogs.com Twitter: @TCU_athletics

2012-13 SCHEDULE N 11 N 15 N 18 N 23 N 24 N 25 D1 D5 D 16 D 20 D 21 D 30 J2 J5 J9 J 12 J 16 J 19 J 22 J 26 J 30 F2 F6 F9 F 12 F 16 F 24 F 27 M2 M4

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Lubbock, Texas Enrollment: 31,637 Nickname: Lady Raiders Colors: Scarlet and Black Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: United Spirit Arena Capacity: 15,050 President: Dr. Guy Bailey Director of Athletics: Kirby Hocutt Ticket Office Phone: 806-742-TECH Website: www.texastech.com Twitter: @TechAthletics

at Arizona State at New Mexico Lipscomb Southern Utah Nicholls State New Orleans Lamar Illinois Northern Colorado vs. Michigan State vs. Oregon State Houston at Oklahoma State Iowa State Kansas State at Oklahoma at Texas Kansas at West Virginia TCU Baylor at Iowa State West Virginia at TCU at Baylor Texas at Kansas Oklahoma State at Kansas State Oklahoma

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Bonnie Henrickson Alma Mater: St. Cloud State ‘86 Record at School (Yrs): 138-121 (8 years) Career Record (Yrs): 296-183 (15 years) Assistant Coaches: Katie O’Connor, Mohogany Green, Terry Nooner Office Phone: 785-864-4938 2011-12 Record: 21-13 2010-11 Conference (Finish): 8-10 (t6th) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Tennessee, 84-73, NCAA Sweet 16 Letterwinners R/L: 9/3 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 2

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Jeff Mittie Alma Mater: Missouri Western ‘89 Record at School (Yrs): 276-140 (13 Years) Career Record (Yrs): 427-199 (20 Years) Associate Head Coach: Brian Ostermann Assistant Coaches: Chris Johnson, Ebony Gilliam Office Phone: 817-257-7962 2011-12 Record: 16-14 2010-11 Conference (Finish): 9-5 (3rd - Mountain West) 2012 Postseason Results: N/A Letterwinners R/L: 8/3 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 4

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Kristy Curry Alma Mater: Northeast Louisiana ‘88 School Record (Yrs): 109-87 (6 years) Career Record (Yrs): 289-138 (13 years) Assistant Coaches: Kelly Curry, Shereka Wright, Katie Hensle Office Phone: 806-742-7700 2011-12 Record: 21-14 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 6-12 (9th) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to San Diego, 60-51, in WNIT Second Round Letterwinners R/L: 9/3 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 5

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Carolyn Davis Angel Goodrich Monica Engelman Natalie Knight

Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So.

Pos. F G G G

Statistics 16.9 ppg, 5.7 rpg 14.0 ppg, 4.1 rpg 7.8 ppg, 3.1 rpg 5.9 ppg, 2.9 rpg

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Natalie Ventress Whitney Williams Latricia Lovings Delisa Gross

Yr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Pos. G G C F

Statistics 13.4 ppg, 4.5 rpg 5.4 ppg, 3.0 apg 5.2 ppg, 5.6 rpg 4.8 ppg, 2.6 rpg

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Casey Morris Monique Smalls Christine Hyde Shauntal Nobles

Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. G G G F/C

Statistics 10.1 ppg, 3.2 rpg 8.5 ppg, 4.3 apg 7.9 ppg, 3.7 rpg 6.7 ppg, 5.9 rpg

Others Returning Chelsea Gardner Tania Jackson CeCe Harper

Yr. So. Jr. Jr.

Pos. F F G

Statistics 4.7 ppg, 3.7 rpg 3.7 ppg, 2.5 rpg 3.0 ppg, 2.1 rpg

Others Returning Chelsea Prince Ashley Colbert

Yr. So. So.

Pos. F C

Statistics 6.4 ppg, 4.3 rpg 4.8 ppg, 3.4 rpg

Others Returning Chynna Brown Kelsi Baker

Yr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. G F

Statistics 8.7 ppg, 4.5 rpg 5.7 ppg, 3.7 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Todd Kober Office Phone: 785-864-7867 E-Mail: tkober@ku.edu SID Fax: 785-864-7944 Press Row Phone: 785-864-5593 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads the series, 62-42 Last Meeting: K-State won, 47-43 (2/12/12) Current Streak: K-State has won four straight Patterson vs. Kansas: 24-11

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Matt Hoover Office Phone: 817-257-7969 E-Mail: m.hoover@tcu.edu SID Fax: 817-257-7964 Press Row Phone: 817-257-7337

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Travis Cram Office Phone: 806-742-2770 E-Mail: travis.cram@ttu.edu SID Fax: 806-742-1970 Press Row Phone: 806-742-6688

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: TCU leads the series, 1-0 Last Meeting: TCU won, 71-62 (12/11/99) Current Streak: TCU won one Patterson vs. TCU: 0-1

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Series tied 11-11 Last Meeting: Texas Tech won, 64-63 (3/3/12) Current Streak: Texas Tech won one Patterson vs. Texas Tech: 10-11

117


OPPONENTS GAME - 16 & 28

GAME - 17 & 30

GAME - 19 & 25

WEST VIRGINIA

BAYLOR

OKLAHOMA STATE

Saturday, January 12 | 3 p.m. | FOX Sports Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Wednesday, January 16 | 7 p.m. | FOX Sports Midwest Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Wednesday, January 23 | 7 p.m. | K-StateHD.TV Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Tuesday, February 26 | 6 p.m. (CT) WVU Coliseum | Morgantown, W.V.

Monday, March 4 | 7 p.m. | FOX Sports Ferrell Center | Waco, Texas

Saturday, February 16 | TBA Gallagher-Iba Arena | Stillwater, Okla.

Mike Carey Head Coach

Asya Bussie Sr., Center

Kim Mulkey Head Coach

Brittney Griner Sr., Center

2012-13 SCHEDULE N9 UNC Wilmington N 12 at Boston U. N 17 South Carolina Upstate N 23 FIU Thanksgiving Classic N 25 FIU Thanksgiving Classic D2 at Virginia D4 vs. Marshall D8 St. Bonaventure D 16 at Youngstown State D 20 Duquesne D 28 Appalachian State J2 at Oklahoma J5 Kansas J9 Texas J 12 at Kansas State J 16 TCU J 19 at Baylor J 22 Texas Tech J 26 Iowa State J 29 at Oklahoma State F2 Oklahoma F6 at Texas Tech F9 at Kansas F 13 Oklahoma State F 16 at Iowa State F 23 at TCU F 26 Kansas State M2 Baylor M5 at Texas

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Morgantown, W.V. Enrollment: 29,617 Nickname: Mountaineers Colors: Gold and Blue Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: WVU Coliseum Capacity: 14,000 President: Dr. James P. Clements Director of Athletics: Oliver Luck Ticket Office Phone: 304-293-3541 Website: www.msnsportsnet.com Twitter: @WVUSportsBuzz

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 15,029 Nickname: Lady Bears Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: Ferrell Center Capacity: 10,284 President: Ken Starr Director of Athletics: Ian McCaw Ticket Office Phone: 254-710-1000 Website: www.baylorbears.com Twitter: @BaylorAthletics

Lamar Kentucky vs. Stanford vs. Tennessee-Martin at Hawaii Liberty at Rice at Notre Dame Oral Roberts Tennessee Southeastern Louisiana at TCU Oklahoma State Iowa State at Kansas at Kansas State West Virginia at Iowa State Oklahoma at Texas Tech at Oklahoma State Kansas at Texas Texas Tech TCU Texas at Oklahoma at West Virginia Kansas State

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Kim Mulkey Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech ‘84 School Record (Yrs): 338-79 (12 Years) Career Record (Yrs): Same Associate Head Coach: Bill Brock Assistant Coach: Damion McKinney Associate Coach: Rekha Patterson Office Phone: 254-710-3947 2011-12 Record: 40-0 2010-11 Conference (Finish): 18-0 (1st) 2012 Postseason Results: Won 2012 NCAA national title over Notre Dame, 80-61 Letterwinners R/L: 8/3 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 5

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Asya Bussie Christal Caldwell Taylor Palmer Ayana Dunning Jessica Harlee

Yr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. C G G C F

Statistics 12.1 ppg, 6.6 rpg 10.8 ppg, 5.7 rpg 10.6 ppg, 2.5 rpg 8.3 ppg, 8.4 rpg 5.1 ppg, 5.4 rpg

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Brittney Griner Odyssey Sims Destiny Williams Kimetria Hayden Jordan Madden

Yr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. P G F/P G G

Statistics 23.2 ppg, 9.5 rpg 14.9 ppg, 4.4 apg 10.1 ppg, 9.1 rpg 9.1 ppg, 4.1 rpg 4.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg

Others Returning Brooke Hampton Linda Stepney

Yr. Jr. So.

Pos. G G

Statistics 5.7 ppg, 1.6 rpg 4.4 ppg, 2.2 rpg

Others Returning Brooklyn Pope

Yr. Sr.

Pos. F/P

Statistics 7.3 ppg, 5.3 rpg

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: First meetings Last Meeting: N/A Current Streak: N/A Patterson vs. West Virginia: 0-0 118

Tiffany Bias Jr., Guard 2012-13 SCHEDULE

2012-13 SCHEDULE N9 N 13 N 16 N 17 N 18 N 23 N 27 D5 D 12 D 18 D 29 J2 J5 J9 J 12 J 16 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 30 F2 F6 F9 F 12 F 16 F 23 F 25 M2 M4

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Carey Alma Mater: Salem ‘80 Record at School (Yrs): 227-127 (11 Years) Career Record (Yrs): 515-229 (24 Years) Associate Head Coach: George Porcha Assistant Coaches: Lester Rowe, M.L. Willis Office Phone: 304-293-3508 2011-12 Record: 24-10 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 11-5 (t4th - Big East) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Stanford, 72-55, in NCAA Second Round Letterwinners R/L: 10/1 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 5

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Katie Kane Office Phone: 304-293-2821 E-Mail: katie.kane@mail.wvu.edu SID Fax: 304-293-4105 Press Row Phone: 304-293-2821

Jim Littell Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Julie Bennett Office Phone: 254-710-2743 E-Mail: julie_bennett@baylor.edu SID Fax: 254-710-1369 Press Row Phone: 254-710-3955 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Baylor leads the series, 18-9 Last Meeting: Baylor won, 86-65 (3/9/12) Current Streak:Baylor has won 13 straight Patterson vs. Baylor: 7-17

N9 N 13 N 18 N 20 N 28 D1 D6 D 16 D 22 D 28 D 30 J2 J5 J8 J 12 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 29 F2 F5 F 10 F 13 F 16 F 20 F 23 F 27 M2 M4

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment: 35,073 Nickname: Cowgirls Colors: Orange and Black Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: Gallagher-Iba Arena Capacity: 13,611 President: Burns Hargis Director of Athletics: Mike Holder Ticket Office Phone: 877-ALL-4-OSU Website: www.okstate.com Twitter: @OSUAthletics

Cal Poly at Missouri State Weber State Texas-Pan American Texas State Texas Southern Stephen F. Austin Vermont at UT Arlington vs. Harvard TBD Texas Tech at Baylor Kansas at Texas Iowa State at Kansas State at Kansas West Virginia Baylor TCU at Oklahoma at West Virginia Kansas State at TCU Oklahoma at Texas Tech Texas at Iowa State

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Jim Littell Alma Mater: Southwestern ‘77 School Record (Yrs): 21-12 (1 Year) Career Record (Yrs): 439-73 (15) Associate Head Coach: Candi Whitaker Assistant Coaches: Richard Henderson, Bill Annan Office Phone: 405-744-2490 2011-12 Record: 22-12 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 8-10 (t6th) 2012 Postseason Results: Won against James Madison, 75-68, to win the Postseason WNIT Letterwinners R/L: 7/5 Starters R/L: 4/1 Newcomers: 4 PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Tiffany Bias Liz Donohoe Lindsey Keller Kendra Suttles

Yr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr.

Pos. G F C C

Statistics 13.1 ppg, 6.7 apg 13.1 ppg, 7.8 rpg 7.6 ppg, 6.9 rpg 7.4 ppg, 4.7 rpg

Others Returning Toni Young Jordan Schultz

Yr. Sr. So.

Pos. F G

Statistics 12.0 ppg, 7.0 rpg 3.4 ppg, 1.4 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Ryan Cameron Office Phone: 405-744-4854 E-Mail: ryan.cameron@okstate.edu SID Fax: 405-744-7754 Press Row Phone: 405-744-5757 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads the series, 30-27 Last Meeting: K-State won, 53-50 (2/22/12) Current Streak: K-State won three Patterson vs. Oklahoma State: 11-7


OPPONENTS GAME - 20 & 24

GAME - 22 & 26

TEXAS

OKLAHOMA

IOWA STATE

Saturday, January 26 | 1 p.m. | Longhorn Network Frank Erwin Center | Austin, Texas

Wednesday, February 6 | 7 p.m. | FOX Sports Midwest Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Saturday, February 9 | 1 p.m. Hilton Coliseum | Ames, Iowa

Wednesday, February 13 | 7 p.m. | FOX Sports Midwest Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Wednesday, February 20 | 7 p.m. | SoonerSports Lloyd Noble Center | Norman, Okla.

Saturday, February 23 | 2 p.m. | K-StateHD.TV Bramlage Coliseum | Manhattan, Kan.

Karen Aston Head Coach

Chassidy Fussell Jr., Guard

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 51,145 Nickname: Longhorns Colors: Burnt Orange and White Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: Frank Erwin Center Capacity: 16,775 President: William C. Powers, Jr. Women’s Director of Athletics: Chris Plonsky Ticket Office Phone: 800-982-BEVO Website: www.texassports.com Twitter: @UTexasWBB

Sherri Cole Head Coach

GAME - 23 & 27

Aaryn Ellenberg Jr., Guard

2012-13 SCHEDULE

2012-13 SCHEDULE

N9 vs. St. John’s N 10 vs. Hofstra N 20 Jackson State N 24 Central Connecticut N 30 Texas A&M Corpus Christi D8 UCLA D 11 Louisiana-Monroe D 16 Tennessee D 20 Cornell D 28 vs. Iowa D 30 Central Michigan or San Diego J2 at Iowa State J5 Oklahoma J9 at West Virginia J 12 Oklahoma State J 16 Texas Tech J 19 at Oklahoma J 23 at Kansas J 26 Kansas State F2 at TCU F6 Iowa State F9 Baylor F 13 at Kansas State F 17 at Texas Tech F 20 Kansas F 23 at Baylor F 26 TCU M2 at Oklahoma State M5 West Virginia

N 10 at Creighton N 14 UCLA N 18 Saint Louis N 23 vs. Arkansas N 24 vs. Oregon N 25 at Hawaii N 29 Northwestern (La.) State D2 Marist D6 North Texas D 16 Vanderbilt D 20 UC Riverside D 29 Cal State Northridge J2 West Virginia J5 at Texas J9 at TCU J 12 Texas Tech J 15 at Iowa State J 19 Texas J 26 at Baylor J 30 TCU F2 at West Virginia F6 at Kansas State F 10 Oklahoma State F 17 at Kansas F 20 Kansas State F 23 at Oklahoma State F 25 Baylor M2 Kansas M4 at Texas Tech

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Karen Aston Alma Mater: Arkansas-Little Rock ‘87 School Record (Yrs): 0-0 (1st year) Career Record (Yrs): 101-63 (5 Years) Associate Head Coach: Travis Mays Assistant Coaches: Jalie Mitchell, George Washington Office Phone: 512-471-9802 2010-11 Record: 18-14 2010-11 Conference (Finish): 8-10 (t6th) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to West Virginia, 68-55, NCAA Tournament First Round Letterwinners R/L: 7/3 Starters R/L: 2/3 Newcomers: 7 PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Chassidy Fussell Cokie Reed

Yr. Jr. Sr.

Pos. G P

Statistics 16.3 ppg, 4.4 rpg 6.2 ppg, 4.5 rpg

Others Returning Chelsea Bass Anne Marie Hartung

Yr. Jr. Jr.

Pos. G F

Statistics 7.9 ppg, 2.5 rpg 4.6 ppg, 4.3 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Ashley Cushman Office Phone: 512-471-9801 E-Mail: ashley.cushman@athletics.utexas.edu SID Fax: 512-471-6040 Press Row Phone: 512-471-4246 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Texas leads the series, 12-11 Last Meeting: K-State won, 65-45 (2/18/12) Current Streak: K-State has won two straight Patterson vs. Texas: 11-8

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Norman, Okla. Enrollment: 30,754 Nickname: Sooners Colors: Crimson and Cream Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: Lloyd Noble Center Capacity: 12,000 President: David Boren Director of Athletics: Joe Castiglione Ticket Office Phone: 405-325-2424 Website: www.soonersports.com Twitter: @SoonerSportscom

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Sherri Coale Alma Mater: Oklahoma Christian ‘87 School Record (Yrs): 356-168 (15 Years) Career Record (Yrs): Same Assistant Coaches: Jan Ross, Pam DeCosta, Chad Thrailkill Office Phone: 405-325-8322 2011-12 Record: 21-13 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 11-7 (t2nd) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to St. John’s, 74-70, NCAA Second Round Letterwinners R/L: 7/4 Starters R/L: 5/0 Newcomers: 3

Chelsea Poppens Sr., Forward

Bill Fennelly Head Coach

2012-13 SCHEDULE N 11 N 18 N 23 N 24 N 27 D6 D9 D 17 D 20 D 29 D 30 J2 J5 J9 J 12 J 15 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 30 F2 F6 F9 F 13 F 16 F 23 F 27 M2 M4

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Ames, Iowa Enrollment: 29,887 Nickname: Cyclones Colors: Cardinal and Gold Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: Hilton Coliseum Capacity: 14,356 President: Dr. Gregory Geoffroy Director of Athletics: Jamie Pollard Ticket Office Phone: 515-294-1816 Website: www.cyclones.com Twitter: @CycloneATH

Western Illinois North Dakota vs. Loyola Marymount vs. Tulsa or Illinois Drake at Iowa Fairfield at Northern Iowa East Tennessee State Air Force Alabama State Texas at Texas Tech at Baylor TCU Oklahoma at Oklahoma State Baylor at West Virginia at Kansas Texas Tech at Texas Kansas State at Oklahoma West Virginia at Kansas State Kansas at TCU Oklahoma State

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Bill Fennelly Alma Mater: William Penn ‘79 Record at School (Yrs): 372-173 (17 Years) Career Record (Yrs): 538-226 (24 Years) Associate Head Coach: Jodi Steyer Assistant Coaches: Latoja Schaben, Billy Fennelly Office Phone: 515-294-3436 2011-12 Record: 18-13 2011-12 Conference (Finish): 9-9 (t4th) 2012 Postseason Results: Lost to Green Bay, 71-57, NCAA Tournament First Round Letterwinners R/L: 8/4 Starters R/L: 3/2 Newcomers: 4

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Aaryn Ellenberg Whitney Hand Morgan Hook Nicole Griffin Joanna McFarland

Yr. Jr. RSr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Pos. G G G C F/C

Statistics 15.5 ppg, 3.5 rpg 13.3 ppg, 4.1 apg 10.9 ppg, 3.6 apg 5.7 ppg, 3.9 rpg 5.4 ppg, 5.9 rpg

PLAYER INFORMATION Starters Returning Chelsea Poppens Hallie Christofferson Nikki Moody

Yr. Sr. Jr. So.

Pos. F F G

Statistics 14.2 ppg, 10.6 rpg 10.2 ppg, 6.0 rpg 10.0 ppg, 3.3 rpg

Others Returning Sharane Campbell Kaylon Williams

Yr. So. So.

Pos. G F

Statistics 9.0 ppg, 3.2 rpg 4.8 ppg, 5.2 rpg

Others Returning Anna Prins Brynn Williamson

Yr. Sr. So.

Pos. C G/F

Statistics 7.9 ppg, 4.4 rpg 6.0 ppg, 2.2 rpg

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Jared Thompson Office Phone: 405-325-3671 E-Mail: jaredthompson@ou.edu SID Fax: 405-325-7623 Press Row Phone: 405-325-1024

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Contact: Matt Shoultz Office Phone: 515-294-5778 E-Mail: mshoultz@iastate.edu SID Fax: 515-294-0125 Press Row Phone: 515-294-6178

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Oklahoma leads the series, 30-23 Last Meeting: Oklahoma won, 68-62 (2/15/12) Current Streak: Oklahoma has won 10 straight Patterson vs. Oklahoma: 4-16

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: K-State leads the series, 47-31 Last Meeting: K-State won, 67-63 (3/8/11) Current Streak: K-State won one Patterson vs. Iowa State: 15-21

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K-STATE & PLAY 4KAY

Breast cancer survivors were recognized on the court during KState’s Play 4Kay game on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012 against Texas.

The WBCA's "Play 4Kay" initiative is a global, unified effort for the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's (WBCA) nation of coaches to assist in raising breast cancer awareness on the court, across campuses, in communities and beyond. This season Kansas State has scheduled its participation in the WBCA Play 4Kay initiative for Feb. 23, 2012 against Iowa State. The benefactor of this initiative is the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund, named for the legendary North Carolina State women’s basketball coach Kay Yow, who lost her own heroic fight against breast cancer in January of 2009.

For the fourth straight season, K-State’s players decorated their shows with pink shoelaces.

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For the last four seasons, the Kansas State women’s basketball team has been active participants in the WBCA “Play 4Kay’ initiative. For the 2012 game against Texas, K-State wore pink uniforms to go along with pink shoe laces, pink socks with the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund logo on them, pink warmup t-shirts and pink hair ties for each player. In 2009, K-State wore pink uniforms for the first time in school history. Those uniforms were later auctioned off at kstatesports.com and, along with proceeds from the sale of pink t-shirts for the event, the K-State athletic department raised $15,418 for the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund.

About the Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund. The Kay Yow/WBCA Cancer Fund, the official charity of the WBCA, is a 501 c(3) charitable organization committed to being a part of finding an answer in the fight against women's cancers through raising money for scientific research, assisting the underserved and unifying people for a common cause. The Fund was established in December 2007 in honor of the late Kay Yow, former North Carolina State University head women's basketball coach, who was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1987, and passed away on January 24, 2009, after facing her third bout with the disease. For more information and to get involved, visit www.wbca.org/kayyowwbcacancerfund.asp.


K-STATE & PLAY 4KAY

Fans were asked to write a loved one’s name or someone they knew who fought their own battle against cancer on the back of signs to hold up during a timeout in K-State’s Play 4Kay game on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012 against Texas.

For the fourth straight season and the fourth time in school history, KState wore pink uniforms as part of the Play 4 Kay initiative in 2012. The Wildcats wore the uniforms during the Play 4 Kay initiative, as the Wildcats donned them on Feb. 18 against Texas.

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GAME-BY-GAME VS. THE BIG 12 VS. BAYLOR HEIDI BROWN Date at Baylor (1/21/12) Baylor (2/4/12) vs. Baylor (3/9/12)* TOTALS

ASHIA WOODS ST

FG-A

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

ST N N N N N 0/5

FG-A 0-0 0-1 1-5 0-4 1-2 2-12

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-3 1-1 0-5

FT-A 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2

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

PF 0 1 4 0 2 7

PTS 0 0 3 0 3 6

A 0 0 0 2 1 3

TO 0 0 2 0 0 2

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 1 0 0 0 1

MIN 4 15 17 16 16 68

ST Y Y Y Y Y Y 6/6

FG-A 2-9 5-15 3-11 6-22 3-11 7-17 26-85

3FG-A 1-4 5-13 1-5 2-12 2-8 2-9 13-51

FT-A RB 0-0 0-4-4 0-0 1-1-2 1-2 0-2-2 2-2 4-2-6 2-2 2-2-4 2-2 2-6-8 7-8 9-17-26

PF 2 0 0 2 1 0 5

PTS 5 15 8 16 10 18 72

A 5 0 1 1 1 4 12

TO 1 5 3 3 2 3 17

BK 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

ST 0 2 0 1 0 1 4

MIN 37 29 30 28 34 37 195

FT-A RB PF PTS 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-1-1 0 0

A 0 1

TO 1 0

BK 0 0

ST 1 0

MIN 5 3

Date Kansas (1/9/10) at Kansas (2/7/10) Kansas (1/29/11) at Kansas (3/5/11) at Kansas (1/7/12) Kansas (2/12/12) TOTALS

ST N N

FG-A 0-1 0-1

3FG-A 0-1 0-0

0/2

0-2

0-1

1

1

0

1

8

HALEY TEXADA

BRITTANY CHAMBERS Date Baylor (2/3/10) at Baylor (2/23/11) vs. Baylor (3/11/11)* at Baylor (1/21/12) Baylor (2/4/12) vs. Baylor (3/9/12) TOTALS

HALEY TEXADA Date at Baylor (1/21/12) Baylor (2/4/12) vs. Baylor (3/9/12)* TOTALS

MARIAH WHITE Date Baylor (2/3/10) at Baylor (2/23/11) vs. Baylor (3/11/11)* at Baylor (1/21/12) Baylor (2/4/12) vs. Baylor (3/9/12)* TOTALS

ST N Y Y Y Y Y 5/6

FG-A 0-0 0-2 3-8 2-4 4-6 2-4 11-24

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 2-2 1-1 4-5

FT-A RB 0-0 1-0-1 0-0 0-3-3 0-0 0-2-2 0-0 2-1-3 0-0 3-2-5 2-2 2-3-5 2-2 8-11-19

PF 1 0 3 0 3 3 10

PTS 0 0 7 4 10 7 28

A 0 4 4 3 4 3 18

TO 0 5 1 2 4 2 14

BK 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

ST 0 1 1 2 2 1 7

MIN 5 34 30 31 28 38 166

ST N N N 0/3

FG-A 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-4

3FG-A 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2

FT-A 0-0 1-2 1-2 2-4

PF 3 3 1 7

PTS 0 1 1 2

A 1 0 2 3

TO 0 1 0 1

BK 0 0 0 0

ST 0 1 0 1

MIN 14 12 12 38

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-2-2 1 2 0-0 0-0-0 1 3 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 2-2 0-1-1 0 4 2-2 0-3-3 3 9

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

1 1 0 0 2

1 0 0 1 2

0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 1

15 15 6 14 50

ASHIA WOODS Date at Baylor (1/21/12) Baylor (2/4/12) vs. Baylor (3/9/12)* TOTALS

RB 3-1-4 1-0-1 0-0-0 4-1-5

VS. IOWA STATE HEIDI BROWN Date Iowa St. (1/25/12) at Iowa St. (2/29/12) vs. Iowa St. (3/8/12)* TOTALS

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

N N N N 0/4

1-1 1-3 0-1 1-2 3-7

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

ST Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 8/8

FG-A 5-9 4-10 7-14 4-11 8-16 3-5 1-7 4-9 36-81

3FG-A 2-4 3-6 3-10 1-6 2-8 0-2 0-3 0-3 11-42

FT-A RB 2-2 0-7-7 0-0 2-7-9 2-2 0-4-4 1-3 1-3-4 2-3 1-6-7 0-0 1-7-8 2-2 1-7-8 4-5 2-6-8 13-17 8-47-55

PTS 14 11 19 10 20 6 4 12 106

A 7 3 3 0 3 0 3 6 25

TO 3 4 4 2 4 4 6 3 30

BK 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

ST 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 7

MIN 38 39 40 33 39 35 32 38 294

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

0-0

0-0

0

0

0

1

4

0/1

0-0

0-0

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 0

A

N

0

0

0

1

0

ST N N Y Y Y Y Y Y 6/8

FG-A 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-2 3-8 2-8 1-3 1-4 10-28

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-1 1-3 3-8

FT-A RB 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-3-3 4-4 1-2-3 0-0 1-2-3 1-2 0-2-2 0-0 1-2-3 0-0 1-5-6 5-6 4-16-20

A 0 0 2 2 5 5 1 4 19

TO 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 7

BK 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3

ST 0 0 2 3 0 2 2 0 9

MIN 2 1 30 30 36 31 31 36 197

BRITTANY CHAMBERS Date Iowa St. (1/31/10) at Iowa St. (2/27/10) at Iowa St. (2/13/11) Iowa St. (2/26/11) vs. Iowa St. (3/9/11)* Iowa St. (1/25/12) at Iowa St. (2/29/12) vs. Iowa St. (3/8/12)* TOTALS

PF 2 0 4 4 2 3 1 0 16

HALEY TEXADA Date Iowa St. (1/25/12) at Iowa St. (2/29/12) vs. Iowa St. (3/8/12)* TOTALS

MARIAH WHITE Date Iowa St. (1/31/10) at Iowa St. (2/27/10) at Iowa St. (2/13/11) Iowa St. (2/26/11) vs. Iowa St. (3/9/11)* Iowa St. (1/25/12) at Iowa St. (2/29/12) vs. Iowa St. (3/8/12) TOTALS

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PF 0 0 4 4 2 2 2 2 16

PTS 0 0 0 4 6 7 2 3 22

Date at Kansas (1/7/12) Kansas (2/12/12) TOTALS

FG-A 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-3

3FG-A 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-3

FT-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

RB 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1

PF 0 1 1 2

PTS 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 1

TO 0 1 0 1

BK 0 0 0 0

ST 0 1 0 1

MIN 3 14 9 26

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

ST Y N N N 1/4

FG-A 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-5

3FG-A 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-4

FT-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

ST Y Y Y Y Y Y 6/6

FG-A 2-10 6-14 3-10 4-13 7-13 1-10 23-70

3FG-A 0-3 2-7 2-4 0-2 5-7 1-4 10-27

FT-A RB 0-0 2-6-8 0-0 1-3-4 1-2 0-4-4 1-1 2-7-9 4-4 0-8-8 4-4 0-2-2 10-11 5-30-35

ST

FG-A

ST N N Y Y Y Y 4/6

CHANTAY CARON Date Kansas (1/29/11) at Kansas (3/5/11) at Kansas (1/7/12) Kansas (2/12/12) TOTALS

RB 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-3-3

PF 0 0 2 2 4

PTS 3 0 3 0 6

A 0 0 0 0 0

TO 0 0 2 1 3

BK 0 1 0 0 1

ST 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 5 13 12 7 37

PF 0 5 0 3 2 1 11

PTS 4 14 9 9 23 7 66

A 2 1 3 3 4 4 17

TO 3 4 3 3 2 3 18

BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 1 2 3 1 2 10

MIN 35 35 35 40 40 40 225

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

FG-A 0-0 1-2 3-5 5-8 0-6 1-5 10-26

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2

FT-A RB 1-2 0-1-1 0-0 0-1-1 4-7 0-3-3 4-4 1-3-4 0-1 1-5-6 2-3 1-2-3 11-16 3-15-18

PF 0 1 3 1 2 1 8

PTS 1 2 10 14 0 4 32

A 1 2 4 3 2 6 18

TO 1 0 5 2 4 1 13

BK 0 0 1 2 0 1 4

ST 0 1 1 0 4 4 10

MIN 5 14 37 36 36 38 166

ST N N 0/2

FG-A 1-1 0-0 1-1

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-A 2-3 0-0 2-3

PF 1 0 1

PTS 4 0 4

A 0 0 0

TO 0 1 1

BK 0 0 0

ST 0 0 0

MIN 10 3 13

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

ST N N N 0/3

FG-A 0-1 0-1 4-6 4-8

3FG-A 0-0 0-1 1-1 1-2

FT-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

ST FG-A Y 5-13 Y 4-10 Y 2-11 6-12 4-8 4/4 17-46

3FG-A 3-6 1-6 2-9 1-3 10-29

FT-A RB 0-0 3-2-5 2-3 1-5-6 4-4 1-4-5 3-3-6 2 7-10 8-14-22

BRITTANY CHAMBERS

Date at Kansas (1/7/12) Kansas (2/12/12) TOTALS

MARIAH WHITE Date Kansas (1/9/10) at Kansas (2/7/10) Kansas (1/29/11) at Kansas (3/5/11) at Kansas (1/7/12) Kansas (2/12/12) TOTALS

ASHIA WOODS Date at Kansas (1/7/12) Kansas (2/12/12) TOTALS

RB 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1

VS. OKLAHOMA HEIDI BROWN Date Oklahoma (1/17/12) at Oklahoma (2/15/12) TOTALS

CHANTAY CARON Date at Iowa St. (2/13/11) Iowa St. (2/26/11) vs. Iowa St. (3/9/11)* Iowa St. (1/25/12 at Iowa St. (2/29/12) vs. Iowa St. (3/8/12)* TOTALS

ST N N N 0/3

VS. KANSAS HEIDI BROWN

CHANTAY CARON Date at Baylor (2/23/11) vs. Baylor (3/11/11)* at Baylor (1/21/12) Baylor (2/4/12) vs. Baylor (3/9/12)* TOTALS

Date Iowa St. (1/25/12) at Iowa St. (2/29/12) vs. Iowa St. (3/8/12)* TOTALS

CHANTAY CARON Date at Oklahoma (1/12/11) Oklahoma (1/17/12) at Oklahoma (2/15/12) TOTALS

RB 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-3 1-2-3

PF 0 0 1 1

PTS 0 0 9 9

A 0 0 0 0

TO 0 0 2 2

BK 0 0 1 1

ST 0 1 0 1

MIN 6 5 13 24

PF 1 1 1 17 5

PTS 13 11 10 0 51

A 2 1 2 9 5

TO 2 6 6 0 23

BK 1 0 0 2 1

ST 1 2 3 39 8

MIN 38 38 40

BRITTANY CHAMBERS Date Oklahoma (2/21/10) at Oklahoma (1/12/11) Oklahoma (1/17/12) at Oklahoma (2/15/12)Y TOTALS

155

HALEY TEXADA Date Oklahoma (1/17/12) at Oklahoma (2/15/12) TOTALS

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

ST N Y Y Y 3/4

FG-A 0-1 3-5 2-7 0-4 5-17

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 1-5

FT-A RB 0-0 1-0-1 3-4 0-4-4 0-0 2-1-3 0-0 1-5-6 3-4 4-10-14

PF 3 5 2 4 14

PTS 0 9 5 0 14

A 0 4 9 5 18

TO 0 5 3 7 15

BK 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 3 3 2 8

MIN 5 35 36 31 107

ST N N 0/2

FG-A 0-2 1-6 1-8

3FG-A 0-1 0-2 0-3

FT-A 0-0 2-2 2-2

PF 1 0 1

PTS 0 4 4

A 0 2 2

TO 2 0 2

BK 0 0 0

ST 0 1 1

MIN 11 18 29

MARIAH WHITE Date Oklahoma (2/21/10) at Oklahoma (1/12/11) Oklahoma (1/17/12) at Oklahoma (2/15/12) TOTALS

ASHIA WOODS Date Oklahoma (1/17/12) at Oklahoma (2/15/12) TOTALS

RB 1-2-3 1-1-2 2-3-5


GAME-BY-GAME VS. THE BIG 12 VS. OKLAHOMA HEIDI BROWN

STATE

Date at Okla. St. (1/28/12) Okla. St. (2/22/12) TOTALS

VS. TEXAS TECH HEIDI BROWN

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

ST Y N N 1/3

FG-A 0-2 2-4 0-3 2-9

3FG-A 0-0 1-2 0-2 1-4

FT-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

ST Y Y Y Y 4/4

FG-A 2-10 6-12 9-19 3-10 20-51

3FG-A 1-8 4-8 5-14 2-6 12-26

FT-A RB 1-1 1-2-3 0-1 2-7-9 6-6 2-8-10 2-2 2-6-8 9-10 7-14-21

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

CHANTAY CARON Date Okla. St. (1/9/11) at Okla. St. (1/28/12) Okla. St. (2/22/12) TOTALS

PF 0 1 1 2

PTS 0 5 0 5

A 1 1 0 2

TO 1 1 0 2

BK 0 0 0 0

ST 0 1 1 2

MIN 11 14 12 37

PF 3 1 0 1 5

PTS 6 16 29 10 61

A 2 3 1 4 10

TO 2 4 2 0 8

BK 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 34 40 37 35 146

Date Texas Tech (2/24/10) vs. Texas Tech (3/11/10)* Texas Tech (1/15/11) at Texas Tech (1/14/12)Y Texas Tech (3/3/12) TOTALS

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

HALEY TEXADA

ST N Y Y Y 3/4

FG-A 0-4 1-1 1-3 2-5 4-13

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-4 3-6

FT-A RB 0-0 1-0-1 0-0 2-3-5 2-2 1-6-7 0-0 0-7-7 2-2 4-16-20

PF 0 0 3 1 4

PTS 0 2 5 6 13

A 1 6 6 7 20

TO 1 3 3 2 9

BK 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 0 1 2 4

MIN 10 31 35 38 114

ST N N 0/2

FG-A 1-3 1-2 2-5

3FG-A 1-2 0-0 1-2

FT-A 4-4 0-0 4-4

PF 2 1 3

PTS 7 2 9

A 1 0 1

TO 0 0 0

BK 0 0 0

ST 1 1 2

MIN 21 18 39

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

N

0-0

0-0

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 DNP - Coach’s Decision

0

0

0

0

1

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

N N 0/2

2-4 2-3 4-7

2-3 0-0 2-3

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0-0 0-2-2 1 4 0-0 0-2-2 2 4

0 0 0

0 1 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

7 11 18

ST Y Y Y Y 4/4

FG-A 3-11 6-14 8-18 6-18 23-61

3FG-A 1-7 2-6 1-6 2-11 6-30

FT-A RB 4-4 1-1-2 0-0 1-1-2 0-0 1-5-6 1-1 0-9-9 5-5 3-16-19

PTS 11 14 17 15 57

A 3 2 1 2 8

TO 2 5 2 3 12

BK 0 1 0 0 1

ST 0 3 0 2 5

MIN 34 36 40 39 149

ST

FG-A

3FG-A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0

A

N 0/1

0 0

1 1

0 0

0 0

2 2

ST N Y Y Y 3/4

FG-A 0-0 4-7 1-5 2-4 7-16

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 1-3

FT-A RB 0-0 1-1-2 0-2 3-2-5 4-4 0-5-5 0-0 2-8-10 4-6 6-16-22

PF 3 5 4 4 16

PTS 0 8 6 5 19

A 1 2 5 8 16

TO 2 4 2 2 10

BK 0 1 0 0 1

ST 1 0 4 2 7

MIN 13 30 37 30 110

ST N N 0/2

FG-A 2-5 1-4 3-9

3FG-A 0-2 0-2 0-4

FT-A 0-0 1-3 1-3

PF 2 2 4

PTS 4 3 7

A 0 2 2

TO 0 1 1

BK 0 1 1

ST 1 3 4

MIN 21 17 38

ASHIA WOODS Date at Okla. St. (1/28/12) Okla. St. (2/22/12) TOTALS

RB 1-3-4 0-2-2 1-5-6

VS. TEXAS HEIDI BROWN Date at Texas (2/1/12) Texas (2/18/12) TOTALS

Date at Texas Tech (1/15/11) at Texas Tech (1/14/12)N Texas Tech (3/3/12) TOTALS

Date at Texas Tech (1/14/12) Texas Tech (3/3/12) TOTALS

MARIAH WHITE Date at Okla. St. (1/16/10) Okla. St. (1/9/11) at Okla. St. (1/28/12) Okla. St. (2/22/12) TOTALS

FG-A

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

ST Y 0-0 N 1/3

FG-A 3-4 0-0 3-3 6-7

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-A 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0

ST Y Y Y 4-9 Y 5/5

FG-A 4-12 3-14 6-15 3-7 4-10 21-60

3FG-A 0-5 1-8 2-5 4-4 3-8 6-33

FT-A RB 2-3 0-7-7 2-2 2-5-7 0-3 3-1-4 1-9-10 3 0-0 2-6-8 8-12 8-28-36

ST

FG-A

ST N N Y Y Y 3/5 ST N N 0/2

RB 1-1-2 0 0-0-0 1-1-2

PF 0 0 0 0

PTS 6 0 6 6

A 1 0 0 1

TO 0 0 1 1

BK 0 0 0 0

ST 0 2 0 0

MIN 11

PF 3 3 2 15 1 12

PTS 10 9 14 3 11 26

A 2 3 3 4 5 16

TO 4 4 3 0 6 21

BK 0 0 0 1 0 0

ST 1 1 0 40 0 3

MIN 32 35 43

3FG-A

FT-A RB PF PTS DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision DNP - Coach’s Decision

A

TO

BK

ST

MIN

FG-A 0-1 1-1 6-10 1-5 1-3 9-20

3FG-A 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-3 1-6

FT-A RB 0-0 0-1-1 0-0 0-1-1 0-1 4-2-6 1-2 0-4-4 0-0 0-5-5 1-3 4-13-17

PF 5 2 4 2 5 18

PTS 0 2 12 3 3 20

A 0 0 6 5 4 15

TO 2 0 2 3 3 10

BK 1 0 0 0 0 1

ST 1 0 3 4 1 9

MIN 12 7 48 38 36 141

FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

PF 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

TO 0 1 1

BK 0 0 0

ST 0 2 2

MIN 10 7 17

13 26

BRITTANY CHAMBERS

HALEY TEXADA Date at Okla. St. (1/28/12) Okla. St. (2/22/12) TOTALS

ST

CHANTAY CARON RB 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-1-2

BRITTANY CHAMBERS Date at Okla. St. (1/16/10) Okla. St. (1/9/11) at Okla. St. (1/28/12) Okla. St. (2/22/12) TOTALS

Date at Texas Tech (1/14/12) Texas Tech (3/3/12) TOTALS

39 189

MARIAH WHITE Date Texas Tech (2/24/10) vs. Texas Tech (3/11/10)* at Texas Tech (1/15/11) at Texas Tech (1/14/12) Texas Tech (3/3/12) TOTALS

ASHIA WOODS Date at Texas Tech (1/14/12) Texas Tech (3/3/12) TOTALS

RB 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

* Denotes Big 12 Conference Tournament Game

CHANTAY CARON Date Texas (2/9/11) at Texas (2/1/12) Texas (2/18/12) TOTALS

BRITTANY CHAMBERS Date at Texas (2/17/10) Texas (2/9/11) at Texas (2/1/12) Texas (2/18/12) TOTALS

PF 2 3 4 2 11

HALEY TEXADA Date at Texas (2/1/12) Texas (2/18/12) TOTALS

MARIAH WHITE Date at Texas (2/17/10) Texas (2/9/11) at Texas (2/1/12) Texas (2/18/12) TOTALS

ASHIA WOODS Date at Texas (2/1/12) Texas (2/18/12) TOTALS

RB 1-2-3 1-0-1 2-2-4

123


KANSAS STATE VS. OPPONENTS School Air Force Alabama Alabama State Alcorn State Altus Junior College American Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas State Army Auburn Ball State Baylor Benedictine College Bethany College Bethel College Boise State Boston University Bowling Green Bradley BYU Cal Poly Pomona Cal State Fullerton Central Arkansas Central Connecticut State Central Michigan Central Missouri Chapman College Chattanooga Cheyney State Claremore JC Clemson Cleveland State College of Charleston Colorado Colorado State Creighton Dartmouth DePaul Delaware State Detroit Dickinson State District of Columbia Drake Drexel Duke East Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Elon Emporia State Florida Florida International Fordham Fort Hays State Fresno State George Washington Georgia Georgia Tech Georgia State Grambling State Grand View College Hampton Harvard Haskell JC High Point Hofstra Houston Idaho Idaho State Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Immaculata College Indiana Indiana State IUPUI Iowa Iowa State Jackson State Jacksonville J.F. Kennedy College Kansas Kent State Lafayette Lamar Liberty

124

First/Last Meeting 1980/1980 1999/2005 1990/1999 2006/2008 1973/1973 1986/1986 1988/2003 1982/2009 1987/2007 2003/2003 1994/2009 1998/1998 2007/2007 2003/2003 1972/2012 1972/1974 1974/1975 1969/1970 1975/1975 1980/1981 1989/2005 1995/1996 1978/2011 1979/1979 1982/1986 2009/2009 2005/2005 1976/1985 1972/1988 1987/1987 1999/2008 1980/1982 1975/1975 1978/1990 1988/1988 2010/2010 1979/2011 1988/1988 1980/2009 2010/2011 1997/1997 2006/2006 1981/2006 1972/1974 1994/1994 1978/2000 2009/2009 2005/2005 1973/1973 1994/1994 1998/1998 1998/1999 1989/1989 2006/2006 1969/2006 1996/1996 1988/2006 1980/1980 1970/1976 2006/2006 1995/1995 1983/1983 2001/2003 1989/2001 1984/2010 1974/1976 1996/1996 2001/2003 1972/1974 1978/1978 2011/2011 1977/1977 1995/1999 2006/2006 1981/2007 1991/1992 1975/2005 1974/1975 1991/1991 2008/2010 2001-2001 1979/2011 1974/2012 1981/1981 2008/2008 1970/1975 1969/2012 1998/2002 1992/1992 1972/1995 2005/2005

W-L 1-0 1-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-2 3-2 1-1 1-0 2-4 1-0 1-0 1-0 9-18 4-0 2-0 5-0 1-0 1-1 2-0 2-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 13-7 1-0 2-0 1-1 1-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 35-33 1-0 15-5 2-0 0-1 1-0 4-0 2-0 1-0 12-5 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 9-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 12-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 2-0 3-0 8-0 3-2 1-0 2-0 4-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 0-2 7-1 0-2 0-1 2-1 1-0 4-1 46-31 1-0 1-0 1-3 62-42 2-1 1-0 3-0 0-1

School Lipscomb Long Beach State LSU Louisville Louisiana Tech Loyola Loyola-Chicago Loyola Marymount Luther College Marist Martin Luther King Marquette Maryland Marymount College McPherson College Memphis Mercer Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Middle Tennessee State Midland Lutheran Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi Gulf Coast JC Mississippi State Mississippi Valley State Missouri Missouri-Rolla Missouri-St. Louis Missouri State Missouri Western Montana Montclair State Nebraska Nebraska-Omaha Nevada New Hampshire New Mexico Nicholls State Northern Arizona North Carolina North Carolina State UNC Wilmington North Dakota North Dakota State North Texas Northeast Louisiana Northeastern Illinois Northern Arizona Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northern Oklahoma JC Northwest Missouri State Northwest Oklahoma State Northwestern Northwestern State Notre Dame Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Christian Parsons College Penn State Penn Pepperdine Pfeiffer Phillips Pittsburg State Pittsburgh Portland State Princeton Purdue Queens Quincy Radford Ranger JC Rhode Island Rice Richmond Rockhurst College Rutgers St. Bonaventure St. Mary of the Plains St. John’s

First/Last Meeting 2007/2007 1973/1990 1976/1990 2008/2008 1977/2007 2001/2001 1992/1993 1986/2007 1977/1977 2011/2011 1974/1974 1997/2006 1989/1989 1969/1981 1970/1973 1980/1996 1991/1991 1991/1991 1994/1995 2007/2007 2001/2010 1972/1974 1977/2004 1977/1977 1977/1977 1982/1982 2006/2006 1976/2012 1992/1995 1993/1993 1972/2011 1992/1992 1983/1989 1976/1976 1975/2011 1977/1981 1996/1996 1992/2005 1977/1980 1990/1996 2001/2001 1971/1971 1999/1999 1992/2006 2010/2010 1985/2011 1983/1983 1984/1984 1994/1994 1988/1988 1984/2003 1992/1992 1973/1973 1972/1978 1977/1977 1983/2011 1973/1973 2003/2003 1995/1996 1975/1998 1976/2012 1981/1981 1976/2012 1979/2002 1984/1992 1999/1999 1983/1983 1981/1981 1971/1971 2003/2003 1991/1991 1980/2005 1978/1978 1973/1977 1969/1981 1981/1981 1983/1983 2000/2000 1991/2011 1971/1971 1993/1993 1988/1988 1969/1970 1976/1976 2006/2006 2001/2001 1987/1987 1980/1980 1993/1993 1975/1987 2010/2010

W-L 1-0 1-3 3-2 0-1 2-6 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 0-1 4-0 6-2 2-2 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 2-0 11-6 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 45-36 4-0 1-0 13-3 1-0 2-1 0-1 46-33 2-0 1-0 2-0 2-2 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 4-0 1-0 1-0 3-3 1-0 3-3 0-1 0-1 0-2 2-4 23-30 1-0 30-27 2-3 5-2 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-4 1-1 0-1 2-0 1-0 2-3 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-4 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 1-0

School Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) Saint Mary’s (Calif.) Saint Louis Saint Peter’s (N.J.) Sacramento State San Diego State Santa Clara Seminole Junior College Seton Hall Simpson SMU South Alabama South Carolina South Dakota South Dakota State South Florida Southern Southern Connecticut State Southern Illinois Southern State College Southern Utah Southeast Missouri State Southwestern College Stanford Stephen F. Austin TCU Temple Temple JC Tennessee Tennessee Tech Tennessee State Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Texas-Arlington Texas-Pan American Texas-San Antonio Texas State Texas Tech Texas Southern Texas Women’s College Towson Tulane Tulsa UC Davis UCLA UC Santa Barbara UMKC UNLV USC Utah UTEP Valdosta State Valparaiso Vanderbilt Vermont Villanova Virginia State Washburn Washington Washington State Wayland Baptist Wayne State Weatherford JC Weber State West Texas State West Virginia Western Carolina Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wichita State William Penn Wisconsin-Green Bay Wisconsin-La Crosse Wyoming Yale

First/Last Meeting 1997/2006 1993/1993 1992/2003 2006/2006 1994/2003 1990/1998 1998/2006 1970/1971 1980/1980 1977/1977 1990/1990 1988/1988 1973/1981 1981/1994 1973/2011 2000/2000 1998/1998 1973/1976 1971/2007 1969/1969 2007/2007 2003/2003 1969/1971 2003/2003 1972/1987 1999/1999 2003/2003 1976/1976 1977/1985 1977/1977 1999/1999 1982/2012 1976/2012 2000/2000 2008/2008 1987/2006 2003/2010 1972/2007 1978/2012 2000-2000 1973/1979 1970/1970 2007/2007 1980/1982 2009/2010 1978/1980 1986/1986 1986/2006 1976/2011 2003/2003 1977/1998 1996/2008 1979/1979 2004/2004 2005/2009 2000/2010 2005/2005 1981/1981 1972/2004 2007/2008 1980/2009 1969/1981 1970/1976 1976/1976 2003/2006 1970/1970 2013/2013 1970/1970 1986/2010 1986/2006 2000/2003 1971/2011 1974/1977 1991/2007 1976/1976 1979/2007 1997/2010

W-L 1-2 0-1 2-0 1-0 3-0 2-1 3-0 0-4 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-0 5-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 3-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 3-2 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-4 0-2 1-0 11-12 13-8 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-0 11-11 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 2-0 0-3 1-0 7-3 3-2 1-0 2-3 2-1 0-1 1-0 0-2 2-0 1-0 1-0 6-0 2-0 4-0 3-10 3-4 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 6-0 1-1 3-0 40-6 3-9 4-2 1-0 4-3 2-0 2012-13 Opponents in BOLD


KANSAS STATE VS. CONFERENCES AMERICA EAST Boston University New Hampshire Vermont TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1980/1981 1992/2005 2000/2010

RECORD 1-1 2-0 2-0 5-1

ATLANTIC 10 Fordham George Washington Rhode Island Richmond St. Bonaventure Saint Joseph’s Saint Louis Temple TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1980/1980 1995/1995 1976/1976 2001/2001 1993/1993 1997/2005 1992/2003 2003/2003

RECORD 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-2 2-0 1-0 8-3

ATLANTIC COAST Clemson Duke Georgia Tech Maryland North Carolina North Carolina State TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1978/1990 2005/2005 2001/2003 1989/1989 1971/1971 1999/1999

RECORD 2-1 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 4-5

ATLANTIC SUN Jacksonville Lipscomb Mercer TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2008/2008 2007/2007 1991/1991

RECORD 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0

BIG 12 Baylor Iowa State Kansas Oklahoma Oklahoma State TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1972/2012 1974/2012 1969/2012 1976/2012 1976/2012 1999/1999 1982/2012 1978/2012 2013/2013

RECORD 9-18 46-31 62-42 23-30 30-27 0-1 11-12 11-11 0-0 328-280*

BIG EAST Connecticut DePaul Louisville Marquette Notre Dame Pittsburgh Rutgers Seton Hall South Florida St. John’s Villanova TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2012/2012 1997/1997 2008/2008 1997/2006 2003/2003 1981/1981 1980/1980 1980/1980 2000/2000 2010/2010 2005/2005

RECORD 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 6-6

BIG SKY Eastern Washington Idaho State Montana North Dakota Northern Arizona Portland State Sacramento State Southern Utah Weber State TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1989/1989 2006/2006 1983/1989 2010/2010 1988/2001 1983/1983 1994/2003 2007/2007 2003/2006

RECORD 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 2-0 14-1

BIG SOUTH Liberty Radford TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2005/2005 1988/1988

RECORD 0-1 0-1 0-2

BIG TEN Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Ohio State Penn State Purdue Wisconsin TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1981/2007 1991/1991 1979/2010 1994/1995 2007/2007 1977/2004 1975/2011 1983/2009 1975/1998 2003/2003 1991/2011 2006/2006

RECORD 2-0 0-1 4-1 1-1 0-1 11-6 46-33 3-3 2-4 1-1 0-4 0-1 70-56*

BIG WEST Cal State Fullerton Hawaii Long Beach State UC Davis UC Santa Barbara TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1982/1986 2009/2009 1973/1990 2009/2010 1986/1986

RECORD 2-0 0-1 1-3 2-0 1-0 6-4

COLONIAL Drexel Georgia State Hofstra UNC Wilmington Old Dominion Towson VCU TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2009/2009 1989/2001 2011/2011 1992/2006 1979/2002 1970/1970 2009/2009

RECORD 1-0 3-0 0-1 2-0 2-3 1-0 1-0 10-4

CONFERENCE USA East Carolina Houston Memphis Rice SMU Tulane Tulsa UTEP TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1973/1973 1977/1977 1980/1996 2006/2006 1990/1990 2007/2007 1980/1982 1996/2008

RECORD 1-0 1-0 2-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 2-1 10-4

GREAT WEST Texas-Pan American TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1987/2006

RECORD 2-0 6-0

HORIZON Cleveland State Detroit Green Bay Illinois-Chicago Loyola (Ill.) Valparaiso TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1988/1988 1981/2006 1991/2007 1991/1992 1992/1993 2004/2004

RECORD 1-0 4-0 4-2 0-2 2-0 1-0 12-4

IVY LEAGUE Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2010/2011 2001/2003 1991/1991 2000/2012 1997/2010

RECORD 2-0 2-0 0-1 2-0 2-0 8-1

METRO ATLANTIC Loyola (Md.) Marist St. Peter’s (N.J.) TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2001/2001 2011/2011 2006/2006

RECORD 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0

MID-AMERICAN Ball State Bowling Green Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Kent State Miami (Ohio) Northern Illinois Ohio Western Michigan TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2003/2003 1989/2005 1976/1985 1998/1999 1998/2002 1991/1991 1984/2003 1995/1996 2000/2003

RECORD 1-0 2-0 3-0 2-0 2-1 0-1 4-0 0-2 3-0 17-4

MID-EASTERN Delaware State Hampton TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2006/2006 1996/1996

RECORD 1-0 1-0 2-0

MISSOURI VALLEY Bradley Creighton Drake Illinois State Indiana State Missouri State Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Wichita State TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1995/1996 1980/2009 1978/2000 1975/2005 2008/2010 1972/2009 1992/1992 1971/2007 1971/2011

RECORD 2-0 15-5 12-5 7-1 2-1 13-3 1-0 3-0 40-6 95-21

MOUNTAIN WEST Boise State Colorado State Fresno State Nevada New Mexico San Diego State UNLV Wyoming TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1975/1975 1988/1988 2006/2006 1996/1996 1977/1980 1990/1998 1976/2011 1979/2007

RECORD 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-2 2-1 3-2 4-3 16-9

NORTHEAST Central Connecticut State TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2005/2005

RECORD 1-0 1-0

OHIO VALLEY Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri State Tennessee State Tennessee Tech TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1994/1994 1998/1998 2003/2003 2000/2000 1977/1977

RECORD 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 4-2

PACIFIC-12 Arizona State Colorado Oregon Oregon State Stanford UCLA USC Utah Washington Washington State TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1988/2003 1979/2011 1999/1999 1983/2001 2003/2003 1978/1980 2003/2003 1977/1998 2007/2008 1980/2009

RECORD 1-2 35-33* 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-3 1-0 2-3 2-0 3-0 46-44*

PATRIOT LEAGUE American Army Lafayette TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1986/1986 1998/1998 1992/1992

RECORD 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0

SOUTHEASTERN Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia LSU Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1999/2005 1982/2009 2007/2007 1996/1996 1983/1983 1976/1990 1977/1977 1982/1982 1976/2012 1973/1981 1977/1985 1976/2012 2005/2009

RECORD 1-1 3-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 3-2 0-1 0-1 45-36 2-1 0-4 13-8 0-2 68-60*

SOUTHERN Chattanooga College of Charleston Elon Western Carolina TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1999/2008 2010/2010 2006/2006 1970/1970

RECORD 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 4-1

SOUTHLAND Central Arkansas Lamar Nicholls State Northwestern State Oral Roberts Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M-Corpus Christi TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2009/2009 1972/1995 1990/1996 1973/1973 1984/1992 1972/1987 2000/2000

RECORD 1-0 3-0 2-0 0-1 5-2 3-2 1-0 15-5

SWAC Alabama State Alcorn State Arkansas-Pine Bluff Grambling State Jackson State Mississippi Valley Southern TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1990/1999 2006/2008 2003/2003 1984/2010 1981/1981 2006/2006 1998/1998

RECORD 2-0 2-0 1-0 8-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 16-0

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE North Dakota State South Dakota South Dakota State UMKC Western Illinois TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1985/2011 1981/1994 1973/2011 1986/2006 1986/2010

RECORD 2-0 3-0 5-0 7-3 6-0 23-3

SUN BELT Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas State Florida International Louisiana-Monroe Middle Tennessee State North Texas South Alabama Western Kentucky TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 2007/2007 1994/2009 1988/2006 1984/1984 2001/2010 1983/1983 1988/1988 1986/2006

RECORD 1-0 2-4 1-1 0-1 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 9-8

WEST COAST BYU Loyola Marymount Pepperdine Saint Mary’s (Calif.) Santa Clara TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1978/2011 1986/2007 1980/2005 1993/1993 1998/2006

RECORD 3-0 2-0 2-0 0-1 3-0 8-1

WESTERN ATHLETIC Idaho Louisiana Tech Texas-Arlington Texas-San Antonio Texas State TOTALS

FIRST MTG/LAST MTG 1995/1999 1977/2006 2008/2008 2003/2010 1972/2007

RECORD 3-0 2-6 1-0 3-1 2-0 11-7

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SERIES RECORDS Air Force 1/3/80

K-State leads 1-0 W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 92-52

Alabama 12/18/04 11/26/99

W L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-1 71-52 72-73

W W

H: 2-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 80-32 103-57

Alabama State 12/3/99 11/23/90

W W

H: 2-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 80-22 81-41

W

W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 54-51

W L L

H: 0-0 A: 0-1 N: 1-1 59-50 58-76 73-75

Ruston, La.

Freeport, Bahamas St. Thomas, V.I. Tempe, Ariz. K-State leads 3-2 Fayetteville, Ark. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Fayetteville, Ark.

W L

H: 0-1 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 52-40 59-62

Los Angeles, Calif. Manhattan, Kan.

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 115-37

Arkansas-Little Rock

UALR leads 1-1

Arkansas-Pine Bluff

2/28/75 3/1/74

Army

2/21/70 12/13/69 2/22/69 2/7/69 N/A

11/28/75 Hays, Kan. Lindsborg, Kan. K-State leads 5-0

W W W W W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 52-30 63-17 40-39 51-44 38-25

N. Newton, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. site unavailable site unavailable site unavailable K-State leads 1-0

3/20/75 W $ AIAW National Tournament

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 65-37$

Boston University

Harrisonburg, Va.

Series Tied 1-1

2/6/81 L 3/12/80 W $ AIAW National Tournament

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-1 59-62 72-68$

Bowling Green

Bradley 11/24/96 11/24/95

Seattle, Wash. Missoula, Mont.

K-State leads 2-0 W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 71-49 61-50

W W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 1-0 59-46 65-62 101-96

W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 78-75

BYU 11/16/11 11/27/09 11/24/78

University Park, Pa. Boston, Mass.

K-State leads 2-0

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 2-0 3/19/05 W 70-60$ 12/1/89 W 72-60 $ NCAA Kansas City Regional First Round

Peoria, Ill. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 3-0

Cal Poly Pomona

Manhattan, Kan. Provo, Utah Albuquerque, N.M. K-State leads 1-0

Manhattan, Kan.

Cal State Fullerton Manhattan, Kan. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Manhattan, Kan. Washington, D.C.

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 87-58

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 67-54 #

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 71-61!

Auburn

Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 1-0

Ball State

12/30/86 12/31/82

Albuquerque, N.M.

Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 2-0 W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 80-68 88-71

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 81-38

Central Arkansas 1/3/09

K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0

Central Connecticut State 1/2/05

Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 1-0

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 77-23

Manhattan, Kan.

W W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 1-0 82-63 75-60 61-51

Minneapolis, Minn. Manhattan, Kan. Normal, Ill.

Central Michigan 11/29/85 11/24/84 2/6/76

Fullerton, Calif. Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 3-0

K-State leads 1-0

Baylor

Central Missouri

H: 4-4 A: 1-8 N: 4-6 3/9/12 L 65-86% 2/4/12 L 41-70 1/21/12 L 41-76 3/11/11 L 53-86% 2/23/11 L 48-75 2/3/10 L 47-65 2/7/09 L 50-59 2/2/08 L 49-63 1/20/07 L 70-79 3/8/06 L 74-79% (OT) 2/25/06 L 70-79 3/12/05 L 55-68% 2/2/05 L 62-72 1/27/04 W 85-65 3/12/03 W 77-60% 2/8/03 W 65-53 1/5/02 W 89-75 3/6/01 L 44-60% 2/28/01 L 57-74 1/12/00 W 73-58 1/20/99 L 53-82 3/3/98 W 75-66% (OT) 1/24/98 W 62-59 3/1/97 L 76-81 11/30/84 W 62-56 11/26/76 L 54-68 2/25/72 W 66-48 % Big 12 Conference Championship

K-State leads 13-7

Manhattan, Kan.

Baylor leads 18-9

126

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 1-0 77-44 63-35

ASU leads 4-2

H: 1-1 A: 1-2 N: 0-1 11/16/09 L 73-77 (OT) 11/25/08 W 69-58 3/11/99 L 70-83+ 1/23/96 L 64-73 (OT) 12/31/95 W 63-58^ 12/9/94 L 55-60 + Women’s National Invitation Tournament

11/15/02 ! Preseason WNIT

W W

K-State leads 1-0

Arkansas State

3/25/07 # Postseason WNIT

3/20/82 L 1/25/80 W @ NCAA East Regional Elite Eight

W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 78-46

Clemson 11/25/90 1/5/83 12/23/78

Springfield, Mo. K-State leads 2-1

L W W

H: 0-1 A: 1-0 N: 1-0 61-68 92-72 73-70

W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 77-43

Cleveland State 1/4/89

Raleigh, N.C. Lawrence, Kan.

K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 2-0

Bethel College

11/23/79

12/4/98

Series Tied 1-1 H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-1 71-93@ 68-51

Manhattan, Kan. Clemson, S.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. K-State leads 1-0

College of Charleston

Miami, Fla.

11/27/10

K-State leads 1-0 W

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 56-46

Colorado

H: 3-0 A: 0-2 N: 0-0 58-60 65-56 82-68# 86-79 53-68

12/2/09 L 12/6/08 W 3/17/02 W 11/26/82 W 1/2/82 L # NCAA Midwest Second Round

12/2/02

Manhattan, Kan. Atchison, Kan. Atchison, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

Cheyney State

Claremore JC Bethany College

Enid, Okla.

ASU leads 2-1

Arkansas

12/28/07 11/27/87

W W W W

Boise State

K-State leads 1-0

Arizona State 11/28/03 11/25/01 1/4/88

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

1/29/74 1/15/74 2/11/72 1/22/72

K-State leads 4-0 H: 2-0 A: 2-0 N: 0-0 68-30 63-24 65-26 44-25

K-State leads 1-0 H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 31-22

American 12/5/86

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 2-0

Altus Junior College 11/22/73

Springfield, Mo. Cancun, Mexico K-State leads 2-0

Alcorn State 12/5/08 12/2/06

Wichita, Kan. Series Tied 1-1

Benedictine College

Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Waco, Texas Kansas City, Mo. Waco, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Waco, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Waco, Texas Dallas, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Waco, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Dallas, Texas Waco, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Waco, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Waco, Texas Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Waco, Texas Wichita, Kan. Plainview, Texas Houston, Texas

12/6/88 W 11/26/83 W 11/27/82 W 3/5/82 W 12/18/81 W 2/27/81 W 3/1/80 L 2/19/80 L 2/19/79 W 2/14/78 L 11/30/77 W 2/14/77 W 1/19/76 L 1/14/75 W 1/19/74 W 12/10/73 L 3/9/73 W 1/30/73 L 1/19/73 W 3/9/72 L & AIAW Southern Subsectional # AIAW Region VI Tournament

H: 8-1 A: 4-4 N: 1-2 55-53 93-70 88-75 66-61 66-64 78-73 60-73& 73-79 81-74 57-73 74-69 77-61 62-64 67-56 46-41 52-54 45-41 57-59 59-53 57-65#

Chapman College 1/2/87

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Warrensburg, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Pittsburg, Kan. Warrensburg, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Warrensburg, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Warrensburg, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Warrensburg, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Warrensburg, Mo. Warrensburg, Mo. Warrensburg, Mo. Springfield, Mo.

Charleston, S.C. K-State leads 35-33

H: 18-13 A: 13-16 N: 4-4 2/16/11 W 78-51 1/26/11 W 72-59 3/3/10 W 72-70 1/20/10 L 57-63 3/12/09 W 68-51% 3/7/09 W 71-61 2/21/09 W 72-60 2/23/08 L 68-73 1/19/08 W 67-60 2/14/07 L 58-60 1/31/07 L 55-66 2/8/06 W 67-62 1/14/06 W 85-66 2/19/05 W 73-51 1/29/05 W 81-70 2/8/04 W 79-53 1/10/04 W 76-69 3/1/03 W 67-59 1/11/03 W 61-36 2/23/02 L 58-79 1/9/02 W 75-72 2/24/01 L 56-74 1/6/00 L 62-67 3/1/00 W 64-47 2/16/00 W 62-54 3/2/99 W 55-51% 2/17/99 L 54-57 2/6/99 W 59-57 1/31/98 L 52-56 1/21/98 W 64-52 3/8/97 L 44-54% 2/19/97 W 68-62 1/29/97 L 58-71 2/4/96 L 50-54 1/7/96 L 58-64 2/26/95 L 74-77 1/27/95 L 66-76 2/6/94 L 57-66 1/7/94 L 58-65 3/6/93 L 41-55* 2/7/93 L 51-61 1/8/93 L 33-61 3/7/92 L 27-79* 2/26/92 L 42-65 2/5/92 L 56-69 2/13/91 L 68-71 1/12/91 L 74-75 2/11/90 L 69-82 1/13/90 W 71-67 2/15/89 L 71-87 1/14/89 L 63-75 2/17/88 L 70-86 1/23/88 L 58-84 2/11/87 W 85-78 (OT) 1/21/87 W 71-61 3/6/86 L 56-57* 2/8/86 L 57-69 1/18/86 W 67-55 2/23/85 W 78-60 1/19/85 W 89-74 2/16/84 W 94-67 1/25/84 W 77-55 3/11/83 W 97-63* 2/19/83 L 67-84 1/15/83 W 75-59 1/16/82 W 76-71 1/19/80 W 81-69* 12/6/79 W 106-75 % Big 12 Conference Championship * Big Eight Conference Tournament

Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma City, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Mahnattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Salina, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Salina, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Kan. Norman, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 1-0 W

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 95-51

Colorado State 11/25/88

Chattanooga H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 1-0 3/23/08 W 69-59$ 12/28/99 W 69-55 $ NCAA New Orleans Regional First Round

K-State leads 1-0

Orange, Calif. W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 70-56

Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 2-0 Bridgeport, Conn. Chattanooga, Tenn.

Connecticut

UConn leads 1-0

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 3/19/12 L 26-72$ $ NCAA Kingston Regional Second Round

Bridgeport, Conn.


SERIES RECORDS Creighton 11/23/09 12/9/08 12/18/07 11/13/06 12/19/05 12/14/03 3/11/99 11/30/91 12/15/90 12/17/89 12/10/88 12/2/87 12/13/86 1/12/85 12/10/83 2/20/82 2/11/82 12/21/82 1/30/81 12/6/80 + Postseason WNIT

K-State leads 15-5 L W L W W W W L L W W W L W W W W W W W

H: 10-1 A: 5-4 N: 0-0 54-63 64-55 62-69 94-79 69-59 94-60 71-60+ 57-77 75-83 89-50 69-45 67-60 (OT) 59-62 71-64 66-50 89-36 79-49 81-62 77-53 73-63

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 54-20 69-49

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 78-30

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 68-75

W W W W

H: 3-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 91-55 64-50 69-56 70-35

Chicago, Ill. K-State leads 4-0

Dickinson State

Manhattan, Kan. Detroit, Mich. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 2-0

3/9/74 W 3/10/72 W # AIAW Region VI Tournament

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 67-33 57-32#

11/9/04 12/11/85 12/12/84 2/27/76 2/11/75 1/28/75 68-69 3/5/69 68-69

W

Manhattan, Kan. Springfield, Mo.

12/30/96

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 67-89

Florida International

Gainesville, Fla. Series Tied 1-1

W L

H: 0-0 A: 1-1 N: 0-0 59-52 68-81

W

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 66-64

Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla.

1/10/80

K-State leads 1-0

Fort Hays State 2/16/76 12/12/75 1/20/75 3/2/74 2/9/74 1/25/74 2/24/73 2/3/73 1/26/73 3/4/72 1/29/72 1/29/71 2/7/70 1/10/70

Bronx, N.Y. K-State leads 12-2

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

H: 5-0 A: 5-2 N: 2-0 85-48 105-28 67-59 82-54 62-38 67-39 50-42 43-46 47-24 61-50 43-48 60-35 35-26 56-26

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 64-61+

Fresno State

Hays, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Hays, Kan. Lindsborg, Kan. Hays, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Hays, Kan. Hays, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Hays, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Hays, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 1-0

12/19/09

Hawaii leads 1-0 L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 61-71

W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 86-81

High Point 12/21/78

K-State leads 1-0

Hofstra 11/24/11

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 54-64

W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 77-64

W W W

H: 2-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 81-69 72-53 68-55

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 88-68+

W W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 66-51+ 67-52

Manhattan, Kan. Wichita, Kan.

L L

H: 0-1 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 60-61 64-68

Manhattan, Kan. Chicago, Ill.

W W W L W W W W

H: 4-0 A: 1-1 N: 2-0 105-61 54-39 66-55 68-69 91-72 80-70 72-60 67-55

Freeport, Bahamas Normal, Ill. Manhattan, Kan. Normal, Ill. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Wichita, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

UIC leads 2-0

Illinois State 11/26/04 12/20/98 11/21/97 11/27/84 3/19/83 11/30/82 1/4/80 1/18/75

K-State leads 7-1

Immaculata

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 45-69

Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 2-0

Illinois-Chicago 12/21/92 11/25/91

Manhattan, Kan. Moscow, Idaho Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 1-0

Illinois 3/22/07 1/8/81 + Postseason WNIT

Plainview, Texas K-State leads 3-0

Idaho State 3/17/06 + Postseason WNIT

Cancun, Mexico K-State leads 1-0

Idaho 12/4/99 12/7/96 12/29/95

Chapel Hill, N.C. Hofstra leads 1-0

Houston 11/24/77

Las Vegas, Nev.

Manhattan, Kan.

GWU leads 1-0

Washington, D.C.

H: 8-0 A: 3-4 N: 1-1 69-63 59-57 67-88 82-76 76-65 73-72 76-64 68-78 68-58 82-74 79-82 69-76# 74-94 74-65 89-78 79-70# 66-52#

Georgia Des Moines, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Des Moines, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Des Moines, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Des Moines, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Des Moines, Iowa Minneapolis, Minn. Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Minneapolis, Minn. Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 1-0

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 3/21/09 W 68-44$ $ NCAA Raleigh Regional Second Round

Albuquerque, N.M.

Duke

Duke leads 1-0 L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 51-63

East Carolina

Freeport, Bahamas K-State leads 1-0

3/23/73 W $ AIAW National Championships

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 47-46$

Eastern Illinois

New York, N.Y.

1/6/83

San Juan, P.R. UGA leads 1-0

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 67-88

Georgia State 12/29/01 1/2/91 12/9/89

11/17/02 11/16/01 ! Preseason WNIT

W W W

H: 2-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 93-79 67-57 88-71

W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 83-59! 74-70

Immaculata leads 2-0

3/19/75 L 3/21/74 L $ AIAW National Tournament

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 54-63$ 40-50$

Manhattan, Kan. Atlanta, Ga.

K-State leads 8-0 W W W W W W W W

H: 6-0 A: 1-0 N: 1-0 67-44 87-62 105-54 73-54 72-62 79-71 94-82 92-70

W W W L L

H: 1-1 A: 1-1 N: 1-0 73-39 89-72 73-72 55-57 49-60

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 78-42

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Memphis, Tenn. Grambling, La. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 3-2 Manhattan, Kan. Des Moines, Iowa Springfield, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Des Moines, Iowa

K-State leads 1-0 W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 67-49

Eastern Kentucky

Hampton

K-State leads 1-0

Manhattan, Kan.

Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 1-0 W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 108-69

Eastern Michigan

Harvard

W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 89-45 78-66

Eastern Washington

Manhattan, Kan. Ypsilanti, Mich. K-State leads 1-0

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 75-60

K-State leads 2-0 W W

H: 2-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 79-69$ 72-56

W W W W

H: 2-0 A: 2-0 N: 0-0 94-20 67-17 71-30 52-22

Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 2-0

Manhattan, Kan.

3/23/03 12/1/01 $ NCAA First Round Haskell JC 2/12/74 12/14/73 2/18/72 1/18/72

Indiana 12/28/91

Harrisonburg, Va. Manhattan, Kan.

IU leads 1-0 L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 52-66

Indiana State 11/17/10 11/14/09 12/20/08

W L W

H: 1-1 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 64-48 73-77 58-43

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 98-57

IUPUI 11/19/01

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 4-0 Manhattan, Kan Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan.

12/3/12 12/5/10 12/12/03 1/5/03 1/8/79

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Terre Haute, Ind. K-State leads 1-0 Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 4-1

W L W W W

H: 3-0 A: 1-1 N: 0-0 81-78 (OT) 62-68 82-60 103-60 93-80

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

H: 24-11 A: 16-18 N: 7-2 67-63 % 33-57 57-66 56-53 % 51-58 53-61 39-48 73-67 50-60 59-52 65-66 (OT)% 45-42 80-49 45-57% 61-64 68-73 66-71 73-64 74-52 59-78 68-33 61-59 69-74 68-60 72-86 69-63 52-81

Iowa State 3/8/12 2/29/12 1/25/12 3/9/11 2/26/11 2/13/11 2/27/10 1/31/10 1/31/09 1/17/09 3/12/08 2/13/08 1/23/08 3/6/07 2/24/07 1/27/07 2/11/06 1/29/06 1/25/05 1/5/05 2/25/04 2/4/04 1/29/03 1/15/03 2/2/02 1/2/02 2/10/01

DeKalb, Ill. K-State leads 2-1

Iowa

Grand View College 12/1/76 2/10/76 11/30/75 1/31/75 2/15/74

Baltimore, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 2-0

Grambling State 11/12/10 12/4/09 11/30/01 12/3/97 11/30/96 12/1/95 1/7/85 11/23/84

Athens, Ga. K-State leads 3-0

Georgia Tech

2/20/96

11/25/89

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Emporia, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. site unavailable site unavailable site unavailable UF leads 1-0

George Washington

Drexel

11/30/99 11/23/98

K-State leads 9-0

Hawaii

K-State leads 12-5

12/9/00 W 11/19/99 W 11/22/98 L 11/25/97 W 12/5/87 W 12/11/86 W 12/14/85 W 12/4/84 L 12/8/83 W 2/16/82 W 12/22/82 L 3/13/81 L 2/13/81 L 3/7/80 W 2/7/80 W 3/10/79 W 3/10/78 W # AIAW Region VI Tournament

11/18/98

H: 5-0 A: 1-0 N: N/A 85-45 76-47 87-54 81-51 60-54 83-42 57-32 65-48 41-37

Florida

12/19/95

11/25/94

W W W W W W W W W

Las Vegas, Nev.

K-State leads 1-0 H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 83-64

Drake

11/27/04

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 75-34

Emporia State

3/22/06 + Postseason WNIT

District of Columbia 12/10/94

Manhattan, Kan. DePaul leads 1-0

Detroit 11/20/05 2/22/94 11/27/93 12/20/81

K-State leads 1-0 W

Fordham Manhattan, Kan. Hanover, N.H. K-State leads 1-0

DePaul 11/29/97

11/25/06

K-State leads 2-0 W W

Delaware State 11/30/05

Elon

12/30/06 1/3/89

Dartmouth 12/12/11 12/29/10

Omaha, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Omaha, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Omaha, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Omaha, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Omaha, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Omaha, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Omaha, Neb.

Manhattan, Kan. Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 47-31 Kansas City, Mo. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Oklahoma City, Okla. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa

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SERIES RECORDS 1/3/01 L 58-84 2/13/00 W 69-63 1/25/00 L 61-64 2/20/99 L 53-86 2/10/99 W 70-63 2/18/98 L 50-80 1/28/98 L 46-64 2/15/97 L 40-54 1/22/97 W 62-54 2/11/96 L 47-58 1/12/96 L 51-58 2/3/95 W 54-38 1/8/95 W 63-51 2/13/94 W 79-59 1/14/94 L 44-58 2/14/93 W 67-43 1/15/93 L 61-67 2/18/92 L 54-58 1/25/92 W 67-48 3/2/91 W 77-65* 2/9/91 W 73-61 1/19/91 L 66-75 3/4/90 W 74-58* 2/17/90 W 69-67 1/10/90 W 80-61 2/8/89 L 75-83 1/25/89 W 87-76 2/23/88 L 52-70 2/3/88 W 83-70 2/7/87 W 72-66 1/17/87 W 63-56 2/15/86 W 84-73 1/14/86 W 78-76 2/28/85 L 65-75 2/2/85 W 75-65 3/6/84 W 86-60* 2/22/84 W 86-61 1/31/84 W 73-58 3/3/83 W 95-73 1/22/83 W 78-63 2/13/82 W 72-50 11/27/80 W 98-62 2/22/80 W 84-76 1/17/80 W 80-66* 12/6/78 W 89-64 2/10/78 W 66-64 (OT) 2/11/77 L 57-58 1/20/77 W 60-59* 1/31/76 W 105-80 2/4/75 W 73-67 2/1/74 W 59-42 % Big 12 Conference Tournament * Big Eight Conference Tournament Jacksonville 11/28/08

K-State leads 1-0 W

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 53-43

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 73-56

W L L L

H: 1-1 A: 0-1 N: 0-1 56-52 49-57 49-52 37-62

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

H: 30-13 A: 26-24 N: 6-5 47-43 63-57 56-51 65-60 60-70 59-35 59-50 72-39 61-50 64-58 74-82 (2OT) 59-55 72-52% 62-44 69-63 73-46 63-45 81-51 79-50 80-57 88-49 65-40 72-59 62-65 67-78 43-61 54-70 69-58 45-66 46-50% 62-65 53-47 73-58% 46-62 54-70

Jackson State 12/22/81

Jacksonville, Fla. K-State leads 1-0

John F. Kennedy 2/13/75 11/30/74 12/4/73 3/2/70

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Salina, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Salina, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Ames, Iowa Manhattan, Kan.

Manhattan, Kan. JFK leads 3-1

Kansas

Manhattan, Kan. Oskaloosa, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Wahoo, Neb. K-State leads 62-42

2/12/12 1/7/12 3/5/11 1/29/11 2/7/10 1/9/10 1/24/09 1/10/09 3/5/08 2/9/08 2/18/07 1/24/07 3/7/06 3/2/06 1/25/06 2/26/05 1/8/05 2/11/04 1/17/04 2/26/03 1/8/03 2/17/02 1/23/02 1/27/01 1/13/01 2/19/00 1/8/00 2/27/99 1/31/99 3/4/98 2/7/98 1/7/98 3/6/97 2/22/97 1/4/97

128

Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Dallas, Texas Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan.

3/2/96 L 64-70* 2/25/96 L 56-66 1/28/96 L 38-51 2/12/95 W 80-73 1/15/95 L 62-73 2/26/94 L 54-65 1/30/94 L 50-77 2/28/93 L 45-77 1/31/93 L 51-58 2/23/92 L 49-67 2/2/92 L 52-82 2/23/91 W 73-64 1/30/91 W 74-73 (OT) 2/24/90 L 70-73 1/27/90 W 63-51 2/18/89 L 57-58 1/28/89 W 74-68 2/20/88 L 74-58 1/30/88 L 52-50 3/2/87 L 85-51* 2/21/87 L 68-63 1/24/87 W 71-65 (OT) 3/4/86 W 69-65* 2/22/86 L 70-81 1/25/86 L 66-69 2/20/85 W 77-76 1/29/85 L 64-76 2/25/84 W 81-63 1/28/84 L 58-71 2/23/83 W 78-68 1/26/83 W 80-74 2/23/82 W 80-69 1/26/82 W 83-74 2/17/81 L 63-74 1/27/81 L 68-88 1/17/81 L 60-85* 3/8/80 L 80-89# 2/29/80 W 79-74& 2/25/80 W 61-52 1/28/80 W 67-66 1/26/80 L 60-85 3/11/79 L 59-75# 2/26/79 W 92-91 (2OT) 1/30/79 W 73-65 2/21/78 W 74-68 1/28/78 L 63-76 1/25/78 W 66-65 1/6/78 L 53-75* 2/23/77 W 62-56 1/25/77 W 62-55 1/21/77 W 68-65* 2/25/76 W 59-36 1/26/76 W 54-47 2/28/75 W 88-43 2/21/75 W 65-42 1/24/75 W 80-37 2/22/74 W 67-27 1/31/74 L 39-42 2/6/73 W 49-45 12/8/72 W 47-25 2/19/72 W 59-47 1/27/72 L 32-33 3/7/71 L 44-52 2/13/71 W 56-42 1/30/71 W 40-21 3/7/70 W 50-45 (OT) 2/18/70 W 58-26 3/1/69 W 40-31 2/23/69 W 35-24 % Big 12 Conference Championship * Big Eight Conference Tournament & AIAW Southern Subsectional # AIAW Region VI Tournament

Salina, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Salina, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Des Moines, Iowa Pittsburg, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Minneapolis, Minn. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Hays, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Emporia, Kan.

Kent State H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 3/15/02 W 93-65$ 12/20/99 L 55-63 12/9/98 W 67-64 $ NCAA Midwest Region First Round

K-State leads 2-1

Lafayette

K-State leads 1-0

Louisiana Tech 12/5/06 12/6/05 1/6/90 1/28/88 12/6/86 1/9/85 11/23/85 11/25/77

La. Tech leads 6-2 W W L L L L L L

H: 1-2 A: 1-3 N: 0-1 64-61 77-66 54-100 45-77 45-67 75-83 63-73 82-90 (OT)

Louisville

UL leads 1-0

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 3/25/08 L 63-80$ $ NCAA New Orleans Regional Second Round Loyola 12/30/01

W

W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-1 63-52 69-56

W W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 70-47 73-49

L W W W L

H: 2-0 A: 1-1 N: 0-1 64-78 73-61 50-48 77-69 57-62

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 72-56#

Marist H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 57-56

K-State leads 1-0 Brookings, S.D.

H: 1-0 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 77-65+ 66-81

Manhattan, Kan. Milwaukee, Wis.

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 66-74

Manhattan, Kan.

W W W W

H: N/A A: N/A N: N/A 70-36 59-30 56-26 55-30

W W W W W W L L

H: 2-1 A: 1-1 N: 3-0 48-38 42-37 51-35 50-42 57-31 N/A 47-51 37-40

Hays, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. McPherson, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Emporia, Kan. McPherson, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

W L L W

H: 2-0 A: 0-2 N: 0-0 68-60 57-72 72-83 82-75

Manhattan, Kan. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Manhattan, Kan.

W

H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 60-57

Marquette

Series Tied 1-1

3/31/06 W 12/21/97 L + Postseason WNIT (title game) Maryland

UM leads 1-0

Marymount College

K-State leads 4-0

McPherson College

Manhattan, Kan. Kent, Ohio Manhattan, Kan.

12/5/92

W

Lamar 11/25/95 2/16/73 2/25/72

W W W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 2-0 81-76 50-44 40-25

Liberty 12/4/04

Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 3-0 Manhattan, Kan. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Liberty leads 1-0

L

H: 0-1 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 56-77

Long Beach State 12/8/90 L 11/29/78 L 1/21/78 L 3/23/73 W $ AIAW National Tournament

H: 0-1 A: 0-2 N: 1-0 64-90 62-70 88-99 49-43$

11/22/96 12/2/95 1/5/82 11/29/80

Series Tied 2-2

Mercer 1/3/91

K-State leads 1-0

Miami (Ohio)

Manhattan, Kan.

12/7/91

CSULB leads 3-1

Michigan

Long Beach, Calif. Manhattan, Kan. Long Beach, Calif. New York, N.Y.

12/10/95 12/20/94

Macon, Ga. Miami leads 1-0

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 69-85

Provo, Utah Series Tied 1-1

W L

H: 1-0 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 66-63^ 53-62

Manhattan, Kan. Ann Arbor, Mich.

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 65-68

Cancun, Mexico

Michigan State 11/22/07

Salina, Kan. Salina, Kan. site unavailable site unavailable K-State leads 6-2

Memphis H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 48-41

Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 62-41#

3/7/74 W # AIAW Region VI Tournament

2/23/73 1/23/73 3/3/72 2/12/72 1/21/72 70-71 2/28/70 2/13/70

Decorah, Iowa

K-State leads 1-0 W

Martin Luther King

2/23/81 2/20/70 3/7/69 68-69

Baton Rouge, La. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Baton Rouge, La. Plainview, Texas K-State leads 1-0

3/10/77 W # AIAW Region VI Tournament

11/24/89

Los Angeles, Calif. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 3-2

Luther College

12/29/11

Chicago, Ill. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 2-0

LSU 1/3/90 12/30/87 12/16/85 1/5/85 11/27/76

Baltimore, Md. K-State leads 2-0

Loyola Marymount 2/29/08 11/29/86

Bridgeport, Conn.

K-State leads 1-0 H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 72-60

Loyola-Chicago 2/23/93 1/11/92

Ruston, La. Manhattan, Kan. Ruston, La. Manhattan, Kan. Ruston, La. Ruston, La. Manhattan, Kan. Plainview, Texas

MSU leads 1-0


SERIES RECORDS Middle Tennessee State 12/21/10 12/6/02 12/17/01

K-State leads 2-1

L W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-1 49-63 79-61 54-53

W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 81-30 43-39

Midland Lutheran 12/6/74 12/15/72

K-State leads 2-0

Minnesota

Mississippi L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 57-62

Mississippi Gulf Coast JC W

1/4/82

L

Columbus, Miss.

K-State leads 1-0 H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 77-64

Mississippi State H: 0-0 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 78-79

Mississippi Valley State

Columbus, Miss.

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 77-18

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

H: 27-10 A: 13-22 N: 5-4 56-61 (OT) 72-46 60-55 (OT) 66-63 37-33 65-50 43-52 58-54 81-52 56-40 61-69 81-66 65-66 (OT) 42-68 80-53 87-44 79-58% 93-90 (2OT) 95-59 66-56 68-52 74-55 79-61 54-63 60-65 68-72 52-63 79-67 72-60 66-57 56-72 64-60 77-42 51-57 69-58 59-66 60-70 51-59 63-52 51-67 49-62 56-89 64-80 66-62 68-53 64-79 66-53 96-78 75-82 65-67 66-79 78-61* 90-81 74-78

2/26/86 L 57-67 2/1/86 W 81-65 3/8/85 L 58-91* 3/2/85 L 75-92 2/5/85 L 66-91 3/10/84 W 84-75* 3/3/84 W 100-84 2/8/84 L 66-91 3/12/83 L 65-75* 2/15/83 L 55-67 1/12/83 W 88-77 1/14/82 W 72-69* 12/8/81 W 64-62 1/16/81 W 85-77* 12/2/80 W 74-68 2/12/80 W 69-60 1/18/80 L 76-81* 12/10/79 L 81-90 2/6/79 W 64-62 1/19/79 L 74-84* 12/12/78 L 60-71 3/11/78 L 68-70# 2/4/78 W 71-61 12/9/77 W 76-66 11/26/77 L 58-70 3/12/77 W 70-54# 2/14/76 W 85-41* % Big 12 Conference Championship * Big Eight Conference Tournament # AIAW Region VI Tournament

Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Norman, Okla. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Plainview, Texas Decorah, Iowa Manhattan, Kan.*

Missouri-Rolla

K-State leads 4-0

12/27/95 12/27/94 11/29/93 12/1/92

W W W W

H: 4-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 64-396 78-62 73-45 70-59

W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 78-44

Missouri-St. Louis 12/30/93 Missouri State

Starkville, Miss.

11/18/11 W 12/5/09 W 12/16/95 L 12/11/91 L 12/4/90 L 12/15/89 W 12/19/88 W 1/13/78 W 1/14/77 W 1/23/76 W 3/6/75 W 1/25/75 W 12/14/74 W 1/18/74 W 12/21/73 W 12/9/72 W # AIAW Region VI Tournament

Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 45-37 Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Dallas, Texas Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Salina, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Columbia, Mo.

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 1-0

MSU leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0

Missouri 2/25/12 1/11/12 2/5/11 1/19/11 2/10/10 1/13/10 2/18/09 2/4/09 3/1/08 2/17/08 2/21/07 1/13/07 2/1/06 1/7/06 3/2/05 1/11/05 3/10/04 2/22/04 1/7/04 2/19/03 2/5/03 2/27/02 2/5/02 2/7/01 1/20/01 2/5/00 1/23/00 1/23/99 1/6/99 2/15/98 1/13/98 2/26/97 2/1/97 1/31/96 1/5/96 2/24/95 1/29/95 2/2/94 1/9/94 2/5/93 1/10/93 2/15/92 1/29/92 2/2/91 1/16/91 2/4/90 1/17/90 2/4/89 1/18/89 2/10/88 1/27/88 3/1/87 2/25/87 1/31/87

Minneapolis, Minn. Manhattan, Kan. Minneapolis, Minn. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Minneapolis, Minn. Manhattan, Kan. Minneapolis, Minn. Wichita, Kan. Des Moines, Iowa Manhattan, Kan. Minneapolis, Minn. Manhattan, Kan. Minneapolis, Minn. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

Ole Miss leads 1-0

12/15/77

12/1/06

Manhattan, Kan. Fremont, Neb. K-State leads 11-6

H: 7-2 A: 3-3 N: 1-1 3/23/04 L 61-80$ 12/2/94 W 75-73 12/21/93 L 65-76 12/30/92 L 44-58 12/30/89 W 100-80 12/1/86 W 79-68 11/30/85 W 87-50 2/6/82 W 77-68 1/24/81 L 54-70 1/9/81 L 70-71 3/6/80 W 70-63# 2/15/80 W 103-68 3/9/79 W 84-80# 1/27/79 L 66-68 1/6/79 W 100-62 3/9/78 W 96-81# 12/29/77 W 70-30 $ NCAA Mideast Regional Second Round # AIAW Region VI Tournament

12/16/77

San Antonio, Texas Manhattan, Kan. Nashville, Tenn.

Manhattan, Kan. K-State leads 13-3

H: 8-1 A: 4-1 N: 1-1 65-63 64-60 76-84 49-66 76-87 69-48 73-54 74-51 74-56 58-48 66-45# 76-69 90-35 58-45 66-56 51-46

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. San Juan, P.R. Manhattan, Kan. Springfield, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Springfield, Mo. Manhattan, Kan Springfield, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Springfield, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Springfield, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

1/13/99 W 79-67 1/17/98 L 47-78 1/4/98 L 58-80 2/12/97 W 47-45 1/15/97 L 47-53 2/9/96 W 81-75 1/14/96 L 49-61 2/5/95 W 53-50 1/6/95 W 74-70 2/11/94 L 67-76 1/16/94 L 58-78 2/12/93 L 50-69 1/17/93 L 57-74 2/8/92 L 62-76 1/21/92 L 82-87 2/16/91 L 69-79 1/9/91 W 76-71 3/3/90 W 71-63* 2/7/90 W 60-58 1/24/90 W 67-60 3/4/89 W 74-59* 2/11/89 L 56-68 1/21/89 W 83-80 3/5/88 L 51-71* 2/6/88 L 60-66 1/20/88 L 72-82 2/14/87 L 57-77 1/14/87 W 81-76 3/1/86 W 101-63 2/5/86 L 70-73 2/16/85 W 87-76 1/16/85 L 67-74 2/28/84 W 91-76 2/4/84 W 95-75 2/3/83 W 100-73 1/18/83 W 104-103 (OT) 1/15/82 W 81-57* 1/15/81 W 74-72* 12/9/80 W 75-63 12/4/79 W 90-75 2/13/79 W 75-61 1/20/79 L 65-68* 12/5/78 W 77-71 2/3/78 W 63-57 12/6/77 W 72-50 2/4/77 W 78-53 1/22/77 W 60-50* 12/4/76 W 64-56 2/13/76 W 51-47* 1/16/76 W 62-53 1/17/75 W 82-31 + Postseason WNIT % Big 12 Conference Championship * Big Eight Conference Tournament Nebraska-Omaha

K-State leads 2-0

1/3/81 W 3/11/77 W # AIAW Region VI Tournament

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 79-77 90-61#

Nevada Missouri Western 12/19/92

W

12/29/96

W

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 69-63

12/2/89 11/26/88 12/18/83

H: 1-0 A: 0-1 N: 1-0 62-77 66-65 64-62 (OT)

Montclair State 12/30/76

Missoula, Mont. Manhattan, Kan. Portland, Ore. MSU leads 1-0

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-1 N: 0-0 57-78

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

H: 27-10 A: 13-21 N: 6-2 69-64 64-37 46-63% 72-82 56-71 47-52 51-40 69-65 77-75 55-62 63-70 77-63+ 62-64 (OT) 71-64 71-45% 94-69 74-59 89-69 63-81 64-47 88-54 52-67 85-71 69-77 58-67 56-65 61-68 63-74

Nebraska 2/19/11 1/22/11 3/12/10 3/6/10 1/23/10 2/25/09 1/27/09 2/27/08 1/30/08 2/7/07 1/17/07 3/24/06 2/18/06 2/4/06 3/9/05 2/23/05 1/15/05 2/14/04 1/24/04 2/12/03 2/19/03 2/10/02 1/12/02 2/17/01 1/10/01 2/26/00 1/30/00 2/24/99

K-State leads 2-0

K-State leads 2-1 L W W

Gainesville, Fla.

Manhattan, Kan. New Hampshire

Montana

Manhattan, Kan. Decorah, Iowa

K-State leads 1-0

K-State leads 1-0 H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 75-55

Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Salina, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Kan. Salina, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Salina, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Boulder, Colo. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lawrence, Kan. Manhattan, Kan.

Montclair, N.J.

12/3/04 1/2/92

W W

H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 1-0 84-50 69-60

L W L W

H: 1-0 A: 1-1 N: 0-1 57-68 65-60 68-77 79-60

W W

H: 1-0 A: 1-0 N: 0-0 64-44 71-41

W W

H: 0-0 A: 2-0 N: 0-0 79-63 74-65 (OT)

L

H: 0-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-1 72-73

New Mexico 1/5/80 11/24/79 11/25/78 12/10/77

Manhattan, Kan. Wilmington, N.C. Series Tied 2-2 Wichita, Kan. Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque, NM Manhattan, Kan.

K-State leads 46-33 Nicholls State Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Kansas City, Mo. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb. Lincoln, Neb. Manhattan, Kan. Lincoln, Neb.

11/29/96 1/4/90

K-State leads 2-0

Northern Arizona 12/20/01 1/5/88

K-State leads 2-0

North Carolina State 11/27/99

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H: 0-0 A: 1-0 N: 1-0 75-49 69-51

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H: 1-0 A: 0-0 N: 0-0 76-49

Jersey City, N.J. Wilmington, N.C. K-State leads 1-0

North Dakota State 12/18/11 11/22/85

Cancun, Mexico K-State leads 2-0

North Dakota 12/8/10