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2017-18 SCHEDULE Nov. 10

Jan. 13

UC Santa Barbara

Southern Utah

Nov. 12

Jan. 18

Rice

at Eastern Washington

Nov. 17

Jan. 20

at Hawai’i

at Idaho

Nov. 19 vs. Boise State

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Jan. 25 Montana State

Nov. 27

Jan. 27

vs. Antelope Valley

Montana

Dec. 3

Feb. 1

at Denver

at Idaho State ÂŽ

Dec. 7 Arizona

Dec. 9 Cal Poly

Dec. 14 Grand Canyon

Dec. 16 at Youngstown State

Dec. 18 at CSUN

Dec. 28 at Montana

Dec. 30 at Montana State

Jan. 4 Weber State

Jan. 6 Idaho State

Feb. 3 at Weber State

Feb. 10 at Southern Utah

Feb. 15 Northern Colorado

Feb. 17 North Dakota

Feb. 22 at Sacramento State

Feb. 24 at Portland State

Feb. 28 Idaho

March 2 Eastern Washington Home opponents listed in gold. Away/neutral opponents listed in white.

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2017-18 SEASON

2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts.............................................. 3 Media Policies.......................................... 4 Season Preview.................................... 5-7 2017-18 Roster...................................... 8-9 Head Coach Loree Payne................. 10-11 Assistant Coaches............................. 12-14 Graduate Assistants............................... 15 Support Staff........................................... 16 Player Bios........................................17-27 2016-17 Season in Review............... 28-29 2016-17 Results/Statistics................. 30-32 2016-17 Big Sky Review........................ 33 2016-17 Big Sky Statistics................. 34-37 Big Sky Conference................................ 38 2017 Big Sky Championships................ 39 All-Time Series Results..................... 40-41 All-Time Big Sky Series Results........ 42-43 Career Records................................. 44-45 Season Records................................ 46-47 Individual Game Records....................... 48 Team Records........................................ 49 Facility Records...................................... 50 Superlatives/Consecutives/Miscellaneous.... 51 Annual Statistical Leaders................. 52-53 1,000 Point Club................................ 54-56

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NAU Hall of Fame.................................. 57 Honors and Awards........................... 58-59 Year-by-Year Results/All-Time Coaches.... 60 Year-by-Year Team Statistics.................. 61 Postseason History................................ 62 NCAA Tournament History...................... 63 All-Time Results................................ 64-68 All-Time Alphabetical Roster.................. 69 Big Sky All-Academic Awards................. 70 Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Awards... 71 Walkup Skydome.................................... 72 Dr. Rita Cheng........................................ 73

2017-18 NAU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE The 2017-18 Northern Arizona Women’s Basketball Media Guide was designed and produced by the NAU Athletics Communications Department in Flagstaff, Ariz., using Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop. The publication was written, edited and designed by Assistant Director for Athletics Communications Stayson Isobe and Denise Thompson. Cover design by Denise Thompson. Editorial contributions by NAU Athletics Communications staff members.

PHOTOGRAPHY Nate Barrett, Matt Beaty, Sam Borozon, Nick Canaday, Becky Fairchild, Samantha Fillerup, Jerry Foreman, R. Dean Hendrickson, Craig Johnson, Ian Johnson, Matthias Klar, Charlie McCallie, Kelsey Metoxen, Cody Lane, Michelle Lewis, David Patten, Brezya Rhodes and NAU Athletics Communications.


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COACHING STAFF

Location.......................................................................... Flagstaff, Ariz. Founded ....................................................................................... 1899 Enrollment (statewide)................................................................ 30,383 Nickname..........................................................................Lumberjacks Mascot.......................................................................................... Louie Colors ............................................................................ Blue and Gold Affiliation.......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................................................Big Sky President ...................................................................... Dr. Rita Cheng Faculty Athletics Representative................................Alisse Ali-Joseph

Head Coach......................................................................Loree Payne Alma Mater............................................................... Washington, 2003 Seasons at NAU............................................................................. First Career Record............................................................................130-58 Record At NAU.................................................................................0-0 Assistant Coach...................................... Kellee Barney (First Season) Alma Mater......................................................................... Idaho, 1983 Assistant Coach..................................Brandon Huntley (First Season) Alma Mater...................................................... Johnson & Wales, 2007 Assistant Coach......................................Vivian Frieson (First Season) Alma Mater................................................................... Gonzaga, 2010 Graduate Assistant............................... Advit Raghaven (First Season) Director of Basketball Operations................ Kate Carns (First Season)

Home Facility (Capacity)...............................Walkup Skydome (3,300) Built............................................................................................... 1977

TEAM INFORMATION Starters Returning/Lost ................................................................... 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................................... 3/6 Total Returning (Including Redshirts).................................................. 6 Newcomers....................................................................................... 10 2016-17 Final Record.....................................................................9-21 2016-17 Big Sky Record/Finish..............................................5-13/10th 2016-17 Big Sky Tournament............................................. First Round

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEDIA INFORMATION Asst. Director for Athletics Communications/WBB Contact................... ....................................................................................... Stayson Isobe Office Phone ...................................................................928-523-6330 Press Row Phone............................................................928-523-5192 Fax..................................................................................928-523-6793 E-Mail.............................................................Stayson.Isobe@nau.edu Mailing Address............................................................ P.O. Box 15400 ............................................................................... Flagstaff, AZ 86011 .................................................................. (Overnight: 1 Skydome Dr.) Website.............................................................. www.nauathletics.com

First Season.............................................................................1974-75 All-Time Record............................................................. 444-701 (.388) All-Time Big Sky Record................................................ 184-276 (.400) Big Sky Regular Season Championships........................... 1 (1997-98) Big Sky Tournament Championships.................................. 1 (2005-06) NCAA Tournament Appearances..............................................1 (2006)

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MEDIA POLICIES Credentials for NAU home basketball games are issued to the working media only and should be requested at least two days in advance of the game. All written requests should be made on official letterhead and addressed to: NAU Athletics Communications P.O. Box 15400 Flagstaff, AZ 86011 Media credentials are issued on a priority basis with daily newspapers, originating radio stations and television crews receiving first priority. If time constraints do not allow for credentials to be mailed, they will be available on game day at Will Call, located at the front entrance of the Walkup Skydome. During the week, all player interviews must be coordinated through the athletics communications office (928) 523-6330. Players will not be available for interviews on game days prior to tip-off. The Northern Arizona postgame locker room is closed to the media. Requested players will be brought to the designated media interview room. Head coach Loree Payne will be made available in the media interview room with the NAU players. NAU basketball practices are generally open. Media wishing to attend should contact the athletics communications office in advance. Practices on the road are generally closed. However, interviews may be conducted by scheduling them ahead of time by contacting Assistant Director for Athletics Communications Stayson Isobe. Only accredited photographers on assignment will be issued credentials. Only coaches, players and staff are allowed on the sidelines in front of the team benches and the scorer’s table. Space for photographers is limited and will be granted on a first-

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come, first-served basis. Media covering NAU basketball are seated courtside in the Walkup Skydome. Admission is allowed only to those with working credentials. Primary seating for media is on the west side of the floor, facing the team benches. Courtside seating is for working media only. A complete statistics package, including individual and team totals, a shot chart and play-by-play will be available at the end of each game. The athletics communications office will provide quotes from both locker rooms as part of the final stats package, if requested. The pregame package includes game notes, cumulative statistics and team rosters. Computerized stat updates will be available throughout the game and at halftime. NAU provides two courtesy phone lines for the official radio station of each visiting university. In the Skydome, visiting radio is located on the east side next to the visitors’ bench. A limited number of phones are available at courtside on a first-come, first-served basis. Outside lines are accessed by dialing 8 with a credit card needed for long-distance access. Wireless internet connections are also available inside the Walkup Skydome.


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If there was ever a time to say it was a new era has begun, it would be now. Take one look at the Northern Arizona women’s basketball program led by first-year head coach Loree Payne, and it is clear that the Lumberjacks are eager to start anew. The team will be both unfamiliar (10 newcomers) and short on depth (just 12 active players) when they hit the hardwood for the first time next Friday, Nov. 10 for their season opener against UC Santa Barbara. The outside expectations are low once again with the ’Jacks having been picked 11th out of 12th in the Big Sky Preseason Polls. But do not tell that to Payne, who could not be more excited to get her inaugural season underway. “Every day we learn something new with this team,” Payne said. “We have a lot of talent this year, and obviously we aren’t going to be deep in numbers, but every day we’re getting better. A few days we take a few steps back, but we’re starting to get comfortable in our offensive and defensive systems and that’s exciting.” Payne, who won just south of 70 percent of her games over seven years as the head coach at Puget Sound, would like nothing more than immediate success. However, she understands that building a program from the ground up will take patience. After all, NAU has not had a winning season in a decade and returns just six players from last year’s squad. Moreover, just three of the returners – redshirt seniors Olivia Lucero and Kenna McDavis and junior Kaleigh Paplow – played significant minutes last season. The three captains played 1,978 minutes and started 59 games between them. “The three of them, being our captains, bring a lot of different things to the table, but together they are a complete leadership packet for us,” Payne said. “They’re the cornerstone of what we’re doing this year.” Lucero, an All-Big Sky Third Team selection last season, along with McDavis and Paplow provide the Lumberjacks with a solid foundation. The ’Jacks will rely heavily on their leadership and production, at least early on, as their other three returners – senior Chelena Betoney, sophomore Peyton Carroll and redshirt freshman Brianna Lehew – logged a combined 40 minutes and scored a total of 17 points. In fact, Lucero, McDavis, Paplow and Carroll are the only four players to have scored last season.

Beyond that, NAU has 10 newcomers on its roster with only six of them eligible to play this season. Four of the six are freshmen with a fifth being a sophomore walk-on. Of the four newcomers who will not see the court this season, three are transfers who will redshirt this season and one suffered a season-ending injury over the summer. New coach, new faces, new systems. The Lumberjacks are a team of mystery. They are the underdog with not a lot of success predicted for them by the league’s coaches and media. But it is a role that the team will embrace as the season gets ready to tip-off. “We’re going to surprise some people this year,” Payne said. “They have a chip on their shoulder with being picked 11th, but that is to be expected. At the same time, those people haven’t been the gym with us, so it’s important for us to not get carried away with being the underdog and thinking everyone is against us. We are confident in the program moving forward and they’re starting to understand their potential.” RETURNERS Olivia Lucero – Redshirt Senior – Guard • 2016-17 (All-Big Sky Third Team): 14.8 points per game, 4.7 rebounds per game, 43 three-pointers made, 72 assists, 32 steals • Payne: “Olivia’s had to take on a little more of the point guard role which takes her off the wing. She is a great scorer and she’s an all-around really great person. As a new coach, I wish I had a couple more years with her, but she’s going to thrive in our system.” Kenna McDavis – Redshirt Senior – Forward • 2016-17: 6.6 points per game, 2.9 rebounds per game, 23 three-pointers made • Payne: “Kenna is playing phenomenal right now and she is a knock-down three-point shooter, which really fits well in our system. In our four-out, one-in system, the four is going to get a lot of good looks from the outside and that connects to her game. She’s one of the most talented players I’ve ever coached.” Kaleigh Paplow – Junior – Forward • 2016-17: 8.6 points per game, 6.7 rebounds per game, .455 field goal percentage, 34 steals

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• Payne: “Kaleigh is one of the most tenacious players I’ve ever coached. Her rebounding is phenomenal and she goes hard every single play. She’s a lockdown defensive player for us, so she’s going to get a lot of big time defensive responsibilities on our opponents’ best player.” Chelena Betoney – Senior – Guard • 2016-17: Three games played, one steal • Payne: “Chelena’s personality really fits into our team. She’s a hard worker and she’s going to play defense. She can distribute the ball really well and her positive attitude fits into our team culture. Her work ethic is very admirable.”

Peyton Carroll – Sophomore – Forward • 2016-17: 2.4 points per game, 0.6 rebounds per game, .533 field goal percentage • Payne: “Peyton is a very skilled basketball player. One of the big things with her is confidence and she has really started to come into her own. She just doesn’t have the in-game reps. She wants to be in the consistent rotation and the opportunity to get a starting spot excites her a lot.” Brianna Lehew – Redshirt Freshman – Forward • 2016-17: One game played • Payne: “Brianna is an incredibly hard worker. She’s deceivingly quick and strong. We’ve seen improvement every day from her and if she can continue with her consistency, she’ll be in the rotation as well because she brings something that we don’t really have.” NEWCOMERS Tate Tsingine – Junior – Guard • Previously: Central Arizona College • Payne: “Tate is a very deadly offensive player. She can shoot the three and she can score, but the biggest challenges with Tate are the defensive and rebounding pieces. Every day she’s getting better, but as an offensive-minded coach I really love what she is able to do because she’s going to make defenses spread out to guard her.

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Kaprice Boston – Freshman – Guard • Previously: Lynnwood High School • Payne: “Kaprice is an absolute athlete. There’s some plays in practice where she will sky up for a rebound. She’s defensive-minded as a long, lanky defender who can put a lot of pressure on other teams’ point guards. She’s going to give us a defensive element we don’t have.” Abbey Jensen – Freshman – Forward • Previously: Kofa High School • Payne: “Abbey didn’t really know what to expect coming into college, but she’s someone who always has a smile on her face. She wants to learn and she’s a sponge right now. She’s incredibly coachable and when she rebounds, her confidence builds. I’m excited to see the improvement she’ll make throughout the year.” Lauren Orndoff – Freshman – Guard • Previously: South Medford High School • Payne: “Lauren is one of the players who could come in and alleviate some of the point guard pressures from Olivia. She’s been playing getting better every day and she can shoot the ball. She’s an offensive scoring machine, so we’re excited for her potential.” Khiarica Rasheed – Freshman – Forward • Previously: Grant High School • Payne: “Khiarica is a force to be reckoned with. She works her tail off on defense and her challenge is being an undersized post. For her, she needs to rely on her creativity and craftiness on the block when she gets it, but she also has the ability to step out to the four spot. She’s an aggressive rebounder as well.” Shantel Appleby – Sophomore – Forward • Previously: Mililani High School • Payne: “Shantel battled injuries in her last couple years in high school. I actually coached a couple of her teammates at Puget Sound. She’s pretty skilled and for her, it’s about getting the rust off. She’s a true post player who will be a great teammate and push our other post players to get better.”


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REDSHIRTS Jacey Bailey – Sophomore – Guard • Previously: Florida Atlantic University • Payne: “Jacey is an athletic scorer who can light it up on the wing. We’re really excited because of her ability to score and her athleticism.”

Desirae Gonzalez – Sophomore – Guard • Previously: University of Nevada • Payne: “Desirae is coming off an injury at Nevada, and when she gets healthy she’s going to be a very good scorer. She’s versatile in the three or four spot.” Caitlin Malvar – Sophomore – Guard • Previously: University of Puget Sound • Payne: “Caitlin is an incredible point guard, but she can also play the two. She’s a great leader and she’s a culture kid for us who will be really good in the future.” Alize’ McCormick – Freshman – Guard • Previously: Tucson High Magnet School • Payne: “Alize’ can flat out score and we were disappointed when she got injured. We are excited to have her for the next four years, and this year will be about learning. I see a great future for her.”

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No. 3 5 10 11 12 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 33 -- --

Name Desirae Gonzalez* Chelena Betoney Abbey Jensen Olivia Lucero Kenna McDavis Khiarica Rasheed Lauren Orndoff Tate Tsingine Kaprice Boston Kaleigh Paplow Shantel Appleby Brianna Lehew Caitlin Malvar* Peyton Carroll Jacey Bailey* Alize’ McCormick*

Pos. G G F G F F G G G F F F G F G/F G

Ht. 5-10 5-2 6-1 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-0 5-8

Cl.-Exp. So.-TR Sr.-SQ Fr.-HS RSr.-1L RSr.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Jr.-2L So.-HS RFr.-RS So.-TR So.-SQ So.-TR Fr.-HS

Hometown/High School/Last School Kingman, Ariz./Nevada Pine Springs, Ariz./Valley HS Yuma, Ariz./Kofa HS Phoenix, Ariz./Loyola Marymount Peoria, Ariz./Boise State Portland, Ore./Grant HS Medford, Ore./South Medford HS Tuba City, Ariz./Central Arizona College Everett, Wash./Lynnwood HS Parker, Colo./Lutheran HS Waipahu, Hawaii/Mililani HS Phoenix, Ariz./Thunderbird HS Portland, Ore./Puget Sound Damascus, Ore./Clackamas HS Burnaby, BC, Canada/Florida Atlantic Tucson, Ariz./Tucson HS

* Will Redshirt this Season Head Coach: Loree Payne, First Season (Washington, 2003) Assistant Coach: Kellee Barney, First Season (Idaho, 1983) Assistant Coach: Brandon Huntley, First Season (Johnson & Wales, 2007) Assistant Coach: Vivian Frieson, First Season (Gonzaga, 2010) Director of Basketball Operations: Kate Carns, First Season Graduate Assistant: Advit Raghaven, First Season (Puget Sound, 2017)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 24 -- 5 22 33 3 10 25 11 30 -- 12 20 23 15 21

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Name Shantel Appleby Jacey Bailey Chelena Betoney Kaprice Boston Peyton Carroll Desirae Gonzalez Abbey Jensen Brianna Lehew Olivia Lucero Caitlin Malvar Alize’ McCormick Kenna McDavis Lauren Orndoff Kaleigh Paplow Khiarica Rasheed Tate Tsingine

Pos. F G/F G G F G F F G G G F G F F G

Ht. 5-11 6-0 5-2 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-9 5-9 5-8 6-1 5-10 5-8 5-11 5-10

Cl.-Exp. So.-HS So.-TR Sr.-SQ Fr.-HS So.-SQ So.-TR Fr.-HS RFr.-RS RSr.-1L So.-TR Fr.-HS RSr.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Jr.-TR

Hometown/High School/Last School Waipahu, Hawaii/Mililani HS Burnaby, BC, Canada/Florida Atlantic Pine Springs, Ariz./Valley HS Everett, Wash./Lynnwood HS Damascus, Ore./Clackamas HS Kingman, Ariz./Nevada Yuma, Ariz./Kofa HS Phoenix, Ariz./Thunderbird HS Phoenix, Ariz./Loyola Marymount Portland, Ore./Puget Sound Tucson, Ariz./Tucson HS Peoria, Ariz./Boise State Medford, Ore./South Medford HS Parker, Colo./Lutheran HS Portland, Ore./Grant HS Tuba City, Ariz./Central Arizona College


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ROSTER BY CLASS

Name.........................................Pos................ Cl.-Exp................ GP/GS.........................................2016-17 Statistics Olivia Lucero............................... G.................. RSr.-1L................. 28/28..............14.8 ppg, 4.7 rpg, .415 fg%, 43 3fgm Kaleigh Paplow............................ F....................Jr.-2L.................. 30/17.................. 8.6 ppg, 6.7 rpg, .455 fg%, 34 stls

Others Returning (4)

Name.........................................Pos................ Cl.-Exp................ GP/GS.........................................2016-17 Statistics Chelena Betoney......................... G...................Sr.-SQ................... 3/0....................................................................1 stl Peyton Carroll.............................. F.................. So.-SQ................... 7/0.................................2.4 ppg, 0.6 rpg, .533 fg% Brianna Lehew............................ F..................RFr.-RS.................. 1/0................................................................. 1 min Kenna McDavis........................... F.................. RSr.-1L................. 17/14.............................6.6 ppg, 2.9 rpg, .333 3fg%

Others Lost (8)

Name.........................................Pos................... Exp................... GP/GS.........................................2016-17 Statistics Passionate Amukamara.............. G...................... 1L....................... 5/0.................................................2.0 ppg, 1.2 rpg Rene Coggins.............................. G...................... 4L..................... 30/30.................. 11.5 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 79 ast, 61 3fgm Bradlee Cotton............................ F...................... 4L..................... 30/22...............................3.1 ppg, 3.6 rpg, .451 fg% Taylor Leyva................................ G...................... 4L...................... 28/5..............................4.4 ppg, 3.7 rpg, .380 3fg% Brittani Lusain.............................. G...................... 3L..................... 26/19........................ 9.8 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 72 ast, 31 stl Va’e Malufau................................ F......................SQ...................... 9/0.................................................1.7 ppg, 1.6 rpg Raina Perez................................. G...................... 1L...................... 30/9...................10.1 ppg, 2.1 rpg, 72 ast, .882 ft% Catelyn Preston........................... F...................... 4L...................... 27/6..............................5.3 ppg, 3.7 rpg, .351 3fg%

Newcomers (10)

Name..................................................... Pos................. Cl.-Exp............................................. Hometown/Last School Shantel Appleby....................................... F....................So.-SQ....................................... Waipahu, Hawaii/Mililani HS Jacey Bailey........................................... G/F.................. So.-TR..........................Burnaby, BC, Canada/Florida Atlantic Kaprice Boston.........................................G.................... Fr.-HS...................................... Everett, Wash./Lynnwood HS Desirae Gonzalez.....................................G.................... So.-TR................................................ Kingman, Ariz./Nevada Abbey Jensen........................................... F.................... Fr.-HS.....................................................Yuma, Ariz./Kofa HS Caitlin Malvar............................................G.................... So.-TR.........................................Portland, Ore./Puget Sound Alize’ McCormick......................................G.................... Fr.-HS..............................................Tucson, Ariz./Tucson HS Lauren Orndoff.........................................G.................... Fr.-HS................................ Medford, Ore./South Medford HS Khiarica Rasheed..................................... F.................... Fr.-HS...............................................Portland, Ore./Grant HS Tate Tsingine.............................................G.....................Jr.-TR...................... Tuba City, Ariz./Central Arizona College

PERCENTAGE OF STATISTICS RETURNING Category...................................Returning/Total..................... Pct. Returning Points............................................. 799/2,088.........................................38.3% Rebounds...................................... 388/1,042*........................................37.2% Assists............................................. 140/441...........................................31.7% Field Goals Made............................ 281/759...........................................37.0% Three-Pointers Made........................ 69/228............................................30.3% Free Throws Made.......................... 168/342...........................................49.1% Offensive Rebounds........................117/349*..........................................33.5% Defensive Rebounds.......................271/693*..........................................39.1% Blocks................................................ 14/39.............................................35.9% Steals............................................... 75/184............................................40.8% Minutes Played............................. 2,018/6,050........................................33.4% Games Started................................. 59/150............................................39.3% * Excluding team rebounds

Seniors (3) No. Name 5 Chelena Betoney 11 Olivia Lucero* 12 Kenna McDavis* Juniors (2) No. Name 21 Tate Tsingine 23 Kaleigh Paplow Sophomores (5) No. Name 3 Desirae Gonzalez 24 Shantel Appleby 30 Caitlin Malvar 33 Peyton Carroll -- Jacey Bailey

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Starters Returning (2)

Freshmen (6) No. Name 10 Abbey Jensen 15 Khiarica Rasheed 20 Lauren Orndoff 22 Kaprice Boston 25 Brianna Lehew* -- Alize’ McCormick * Utilized Redshirt Year

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS

Category............................................................................... Player Points...........................................................................Lucero (413) Rebounds.................................................................... Paplow (202) Assists............................................................................Lucero (72) Field Goals Made.........................................................Lucero (139) Field Goals Attempted..................................................Lucero (335) Field Goal Percentage*.............................................. Paplow (.455) Three-Pointers Made......................................................Lucero (43) Three-Pointers Attempted............................................Lucero (124) Three-Point Percentage*.............................................Lucero (.347) Free Throws Made.........................................................Lucero (92) Free Throws Attempted................................................ Lucero (119) Free Throw Percentage*.............................................Lucero (.773) Offensive Rebounds...................................................... Paplow (72) Defensive Rebounds................................................... Paplow (130) Blocks.............................................................................. Paplow (9) Steals............................................................................ Paplow (34) Minutes Played.............................................................Lucero (857) Games Started...............................................................Lucero (28) * Minimum 50 attempts

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2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE HEAD COACH

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LOREE PAYNE Head Coach First Season • Washington’03 Payne’s Coaching Chronology Years School 2003-04 Northwest Nazarene 2004-07 Portland 2007-10 Washington 2010-17 Puget Sound 2017-Pres. NAU

Position Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Head Coach

A new era of Northern Arizona women’s basketball tipped off with the hiring of Loree Payne as the 12th head coach in program history on April 7, 2017. Payne begins her first season at NAU after seven highly successful seasons at the University of Puget Sound where compiled a 130-58 overall record and a 78-34 record in the Northwest Conference (NWC). A two-time NWC Coach of the Year, she was named a finalist for the WBCA NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year award following her final season. Known for her up-tempo offensive systems, Payne’s Puget Sound teams were consistently among the nation’s top scoring teams topping out at No. 6 in 2017 at 79.0 points per game. In Payne’s final season at Puget Sound, she guided the Loggers to a school record 26 wins during a 26-3 campaign. Puget Sound captured its first-ever outright regular season NWC championship with a perfect 16-0 record. The 2016-17 season was her second 20-win campaign at Puget Sound as the Loggers never posted a losing record during her seven seasons. Payne also coached the Loggers to two NCAA Division III tournament appearances (2015, 2017) and three straight NWC Tournament championship games (2015-17). While at Puget Sound, Payne coached 18 players to All-NWC honors including nine to the First Team. In back-to-back seasons, she coached the NWC’s Freshman of the Year (Jamie Lange, 2017) and Player of the Year (Emily Sheldon, 2016). Sheldon also earned WBCA All-American Honorable Mention distinction in 2016, and Payne coached three players to D3hoops.com All-West

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Region honors and Capital One Academic All-District VIII honors. Prior to arriving at Puget Sound, Payne was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Washington – her alma mater – from 2007-10. She was responsible in recruiting and developing multiple All-Pac-12 and Pac-12 All-Academic selections, many of whom went on to play professionally overseas. Payne also had stints as an assistant at Portland (2004-07) and Northwest Nazarene (2003-04). She jumped right into coaching following a decorated playing career at the Washington where she was a two-time All-Pac-10 First Team selection, District VIII Kodak All-American and Verizon Academic All-District VIII honoree. Payne helped the Huskies reach two NCAA Tournaments, including an Elite 8 appearance in 2001, and one berth in the WNIT. She finished her career as Washington’s seventh-leading scorer with 1,675 career points and all-time leader in three-pointers made with 245. A three-year team captain, her name still appears in the school record book in six categories. In 2000 following her freshman year, she was also a member of the USA Women’s R. William Jones Cup gold medal team. A native of Havre, Mont. – where she was a 2009 inductee into the Montana High School Association Hall of Fame – Payne earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Washington in 2003 and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Counseling at Puget Sound.

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HEAD COACH WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT LOREE PAYNE... “Loree is such a competitor and she has a tremendous passion for the game and for teaching. Her commitment to excellence has been a driver for her whole life. She cares deeply about the development of her student-athletes both on and off the court. NAU is getting a great coach, person and mentor for young women and she’s going to do great things there.”

“NAU has hit a home run in the hiring of Coach Payne because of her ethics, dedication to the game, leadership and commitment to the total experience for each of her student-athletes. She has a great reputation with high school and AAU coaches and will be able to continue to recruit outstanding student-athletes to the basketball family. The fans will enjoy the hard-nosed style of play and high-scoring offense.” - June Daugherty, Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Washington State University and former Head Women’s Basketball Coach at University of Washington

“Loree had a tremendous impact on the student-athletes who she’s coached at Puget Sound. Obviously she’s a great teacher of the game, but more importantly she develops, cares for and graduates strong, confident, and successful women. She developed a culture of clear and thoughtful communication cemented on the premise of team-first. That’s what resonates with me when I think about Loree; not only her ability to teach the game, but her ability to develop young women to be their personal best.” - Robin Hamilton, Former Associate Athletic Director/SWA at University of Puget Sound

“I have nothing but good things to say about Coach Payne. Northern Arizona is so lucky, and I can’t stress that enough. Coach Payne is so organized, and she does such an amazing job of balancing business with fun. My four years at University of Puget Sound were amazing and I owe so much of that to her. She’s definitely the best coach I’ve ever had.” - Emily Sheldon, 2016 Northwest Conference Player of the Year and All-American at University of Puget Sound

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- Jennifer Cohen, Director of Athletics at University of Washington


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KELLEE BARNEY Assistant Coach First Season • Idaho’83 Barney’s Coaching Chronology Years School 1983-85 Portland State 1985-94 Washington State 1994-2000 Gonzaga 2002-08 Arizona 2008-10 Oregon State 2012-15 Montana State 2017-Pres. NAU

Position Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Associate Head Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Kellee Barney, an established coaching veteran, was hired as part of Loree Payne’s coaching staff in April 2017. Barney arrived at Northern Arizona University with nearly three decades of Division I coaching experience, including three stints in the Pac-10 (now Pac-12) Conference. Most recently, Barney was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Montana State from 2012-15. While at Montana State, she recruited and was part of the developmental process of two players – Jasmine Hommes and Peyton Ferris – who would go on to be voted the Big Sky Conference Most Valuable Player. Hommes and Ferris both rank among the top 10 all-time scorers at Montana State. Barney is a recognized name, especially in the western United States, through her time as an assistant at Oregon State (2008-10), Arizona (2002-08) and Washington State (1985-94). Between her 17 combined seasons in the Pac-10, she was a part of four 20-win seasons, three of which came during her six seasons at Arizona. Her teams reached the NCAA Tournament three times (2003-05) while at Arizona and once at Washington State in 1991 along with a WNIT appearance with Oregon State in 2008. By the end of her tenures, she was elevated to Assistant Head Coach at Arizona and Associate Head Coach at Washington State in addition to serving as recruiting coordinator at both institutions. She has coached multiple players to All-American honors led by Shawntinice Polk, who received six honors over three years at Arizona from 2003-05. Barney also mentored Dee-Dee Wheeler – the third all-time leading scorer at Arizona – to a pair of All-American nods along with Jenni Ruff and Jonni Gray (Mauch) at Washington State, both of whom still remain in the top-five in scoring at Washington State over two decades later. Barney also has head coaching experience having served as the head women’s basketball coach at Gonzaga for six years from 1994-2000. While at Gonzaga, she produced eight all-conference selections and her 1998-99 squad ranked in the top 10 nationally for overall team grade point average. Her credentials also include

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her initial coaching job as an assistant at Portland State from 1983-85 and as an assistant coach for the Pac-10 All-Star teams in 1989 and 1992 during their foreign tours. She starred at Idaho where she played for the Vandals from 1982-83 and was part of Idaho’s 1982 Northwest Empire League and regional champion team that posted a 27-5 record. Previously, she played two seasons at Wenatchee Valley College where she led the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges in free throw percentage and helped her team to a combined 55-2 record and back-to-back NWAACC State championships. Barney graduated from Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 1983.


ASSISTANT COACHES

Assistant Coach First Season • Johnson & Wales’07 Huntley’s Coaching Chronology Years School 2007-10 Johnson & Wales 2010-17 Puget Sound 2017-Pres. NAU

Position Associate Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Brandon Huntley joined the Northern Arizona women’s basketball staff in April 2017. He previously served on Loree Payne’s staff as an assistant coach for seven years from 2010-17. Huntley was a vital member of Payne’s staff at Puget Sound, where the Loggers reached the Northwest Conference Tournament in six of seven seasons. The team made the conference championship game in each of the last three years and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament in 2015 and 2017. Among his duties were preparing scouting reports, film breakdowns and player development programs along with coordinating campus visits for prospective student-athletes in conjunction with the university’s Admissions Department. Huntley also served as Puget Sound’s recruiting coordinator for a program that won nearly 70 percent of its games during his time there. He worked specifically with the Logger guards, coaching Emily Sheldon to Northwest Conference Player of the Year and WBCA All-American honors in 2016. In his final season, he was responsible for coaching Samone Jackson to the all-conference first team after she finished the season as the NWC’s second-leading scorer. In all, he helped produce four 1,000 point scorers. Prior to Puget Sound, he was the associate women’s basketball coach at Johnson & Wales from 2007-10. He coached seven players to All-Great Northeast Athletic Conference honors, including two first team selections, and the program’s all-time leading scorer. The Lakewood, Wash. native also has experience with Excel Sports Academy in Tacoma, Wash. He was a coach for the 17U and 16U AAU teams and was responsible for organizing fundraising and travel plans for the team to compete at national tournaments in addition to creating a player development program. Huntley was also the head coach of the U19 and U16 USA teams that competed at the United World Games in Klagenfurt, Austria in 2016. They brought home the silver medal and he recruited student-athletes from around the country as part of Student Athlete World. Huntley earned his bachelor’s degree in Sports, Entertainment, & Event Management from Johnson & Wales in 2007.

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VIVIAN FRIESON Assistant Coach First Season • Gonzaga’10 Frieson’s Coaching Chronology Years School 2013-14 Gonzaga 2014 Oregon 2014-16 Seattle 2017-Pres. NAU

Position Administrative Assistant Video Coordinator Video Coordinator Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Vivian Frieson, a former all-conference player at Gonzaga and WNBA draftee, was hired as an assistant coach on Loree Payne’s inaugural staff in May 2017. Previously, Frieson was an assistant at Seattle under Joan Bonvicini, one of the most successful coaches in collegiate women’s basketball history, from 2014-16. While at Seattle, she presided over the team’s camp and created the curriculum for the largest camp to date. She also was the team liaison for community service, compliance and marketing off the court. On the court, she was involved in player development at all player positions while also serving as the team’s recruiting coordinator. In the latter role, she was key in recruiting Tal Sahar to the Seattle campus. During the 2015-16 season, Frieson helped develop Sahar into the WAC’s second-highest scoring freshman at 10.2 points per game in large part to a 38 percent clip from behind the arc. Sahar was also the team’s second-leading scorer overall in her first season. Frieson’s experience also includes stints at both her alma mater, Gonzaga, and Oregon under the guidance of her former head coach Kelly Graves. At Gonzaga, she worked in several different capacities including administrative assistant and video coordinator. Before following Graves to Oregon, she was elevated to interim assistant coach. While at Oregon, she carried over her duties as video coordinator where she was responsible for capturing and editing film for scots as well as creating recruiting videos for prospective student-athletes. As a player at Gonzaga from 2006-10, she was a two-time AllWest Coast Conference First Team selection and WCC All-Tournament honoree. Frieson was part of four WCC championship teams and played in the postseason in each of her four years (NCAA Tournament three times, WNIT once). In her final season, Frieson was an instrumental member of Gonzaga’s first-ever Sweet 16 team. She finished her career 13th in school history in points (1,106) and third each and rebounds (832) and blocks (132). Drafted as the 31st pick in the 2010 WNBA Draft by the Tulsa Shock, Frieson became the first Gonzaga player to be drafted into the league.

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Frieson would later go on to play two seasons professionally overseas with Kvarnby Basketball in Sweden’s Damligan League and the Townsville Fire in Australia’s Women’s National Basketball League. A native of Seattle, Wash., Frieson graduated from Gonzaga in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations with minors in Applied Communications and Promotions.


GRADUATE ASSISTANTS

Graduate Assistant First Season • Puget Sound’17 Advit Raghavan joined the NAU women’s basketball staff as a graduate assistant in August 2017. Raghaven was a four-year letterwinner at the University of Puget Sound from 2013-17 and was a team captain during his senior year. Known for his defense and energy, Raghaven played in 64 games with seven starts over his four years with the Loggers. He was also a three-year SAAC representative. Raghavan, a native of San Jose, Calif., graduated with his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Puget Sound in 2017. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree at Northern Arizona in educational leadership.

KATE CARNS Director of Basketball Operations First Season Kate Carns is the Northern Arizona women’s basketball team’s Director of Operations, a role she has held since August 2017. Her duties will include organizing and planning team travel, assisting with camps and administrative work. Carns played collegiately at South Puget Sound Community College before receiving a scholarship to play at Simpson University. The Napavine, Wash. native has coached at Napavine Middle and High Schools prior to arriving at NAU. She is currently finishing her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts.

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Associate Athletic Trainer Fifth Season • Iowa State

STAYSON ISOBE Assistant Director for Athletics Communications Seventh Season • Northern Arizona

STEVEN MOORMAN Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach First Season • Western Kentucky

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5 CHELENA BETONEY Guard Senior • 5-2 • SQ Pine Springs, Ariz.

Academic Notes: Majoring in civil engineering...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2017.

Points: None Rebounds: None FGs Made: None FGs Attempted: 3 vs. Antelope Valley (11/13/16) 3FGs Made: None 3FGs Attempted: 1 (2x) last vs. Youngstown State (11/28/16) FTs Made: None FTs Attempted: None Assists: None Blocks: None Steals: 1 vs. Antelope Valley (11/13/16) Minutes Played: 3 vs. Antelope Valley (11/13/16)

2016-17 (Junior): Appeared in three games...Made collegiate debut and recorded one steal in three minutes vs. Antelope Valley... Also appeared vs. Youngstown State and at Montana State...Played six total minutes and attempted five shots...Three of five shots were three-point attempts. High School: Four-year letterwinner and starter and two-year team captain in basketball at Valley HS...Averaged 15.1 points per game as a senior...Named Dairy Council of Arizona All-American and MaxPreps Player of the Year in 2013...Named AIA Division 3 Honorable Mention in 2012...Helped team to state runner-up finish in 2013... Team finished as Division 3 Sectional runner-up in 2012...Holds school record with 40 points scored in a game...Participated in Arizona vs. New Mexico, ABCA Arizona Underclassmen and ABCA Arizona Senior All-Star Games...Also four-year letterwinner in cross country and track at Valley...Two-time individual state cross country champion...Finished state runner-up in 1600m and 3200m in track... Named Navajo Times Runner of the Year and Co-Athlete of the Year in 2009...4.0 high school GPA...Valedictorian and member of American Indian Science and Engineering Society and American Society of Civil Engineers. Personal: Chelena Derora Betoney was born Sept. 23 in Fort Defiance, Ariz....Daughter of Leander and Eudora Betoney...Two brothers, Marcario and Jere, and two sisters, Trinity and Onajae...Brother, Jere, is her twin...Aunt, Missy, played basketball at NAU from 198689...Hobbies include running, baking and hiking...Admires her grandfather because he always encouraged her to strive in all that she does...Chose NAU because of the great engineering program and is close to home.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS MIN FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OR DR TOT AVG AST TO BL ST PTS AVG 2016-17 3-0 6 0-5 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0 1 0 0.0 Career 3-0 6 0-5 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0 1 0 0.0

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Redshirt Senior • 5-9 • 1L Phoenix, Ariz. Academic Notes: Majoring in exercise science...Aspires to be a physical therapist...Two-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient. Career Notes: Sixth in program history in three-pointers made per game (1.54)...Ninth in program history in three-point percentage (.347). 2016-17 (Redshirt Junior): All-Big Sky Third Team…Appeared in and started 28 games... Averaged 14.8 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.1 steals per game...Led team and ranked ninth in the Big Sky in scoring...Ranked third on the team in total rebounds and steals and tied for second in assists...Led the team with 21 double-digit scoring games...Also led the team with five games with 20 points or more...Scored season-high 29 points at Montana State... Became first player in three years to record three straight 20 point games vs. Idaho State, Weber State and at Montana State...Averaged 26.3 points with a .538 field goal percentage and seven three-pointers during that three-game stretch...Made season-high 10 field goals twice vs. Weber State and at Montana State...Recorded season-highs of 13 rebounds at Cal Poly and five steals vs. Idaho State...Also recorded season-high six assists twice at Grand Canyon and Sacramento State...Posted 14 games with multiple three-pointers including season-high four three-pointers in three games...Made 43 three-pointers, third-most on the team...Shot .415 from the field, .347 on three-pointers and .773 from the free throw line...Was perfect from the line in 10 games...Ranked ninth in the Big Sky in free throw percentage...Led team in free throws made with 92 and attempted with 119...Played season-high 40 minutes in three games...Averaged 30.6 minutes per game, second-most on the team...Ranked second on the team with 857 minutes played...Totaled 413 points, 132 rebounds, 72 assists, 32 steals and two blocks.

Points: 29 at Montana State (2/9/17) Rebounds: 13 at Cal Poly (11/18/16) FGs Made: 10 (2x) last at Montana State (2/9/17) FGs Attempted: 20 vs. Youngstown State (11/28/16) 3FGs Made: 4 (3x) last vs. Portland State (2/25/17) 3FGs Attempted: 9 (2x) last vs. Portland State (2/25/17) FTs Made: 7 vs. North Dakota (1/5/17) FTs Attempted: 8 (3x) last at Montana State (2/9/17) Assists: 6 (2x) last at Sacramento State (1/14/17) Blocks: 1 (2x) last at Idaho (3/1/17) Steals: 5 vs. Idaho State (2/2/17) Minutes Played: 40 (2x) last vs. Weber State (2/4/17) sophomore...Recorded career-highs of 11 rebounds and five assists against Pepperdine as a sophomore...2015 WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention. High School: Four-year letterwinner, two-year starter and one-year team captain at Highland HS...Three-time All-City and All-Fiesta Region selection...Two-time All-State 5A and All-Section II selection... Top 10 all-time scorer in school record book...Led team to 32-3 overall record with 10-0 league record, No. 3 ranking in the state and state tournament semifinals as a senior...Led team to 29-5 overall record, No. 7 ranking in the state and state tournament quarterfinals as a junior...Received Team MVP as a junior...Golden Scholar. Personal: Olivia Elysse Lucero was born Feb. 24 in Brawley, Calif.... Daughter of Eloy and Kerry Lucero...One older sister, Kalia...Both of her parents attended NAU...Lists her most memorable athletic moment as her Signing Day to play Division I basketball...Chose NAU because of the great academics, opportunity to help build a championship program and it is close to home.

2015-16 (Junior): Redshirted due to NCAA transfer rules. Loyola Marymount (2013-15): Two-year letterwinner for coach Charity Elliott...Averaged 3.7 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 15.9 minutes per game during 2014-15 season...Ranked second on the team in free throw percentage at 83 percent...Played in 24 games with five starts as a sophomore...Averaged 1.6 points, 1.0 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 11.3 minutes during 2013-14 season...Played in 27 games with seven starts as a freshman...Scored career-high 11 points twice against Seattle as a freshman and San Diego as a

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS MIN FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OR DR TOT AVG AST TO BL ST PTS AVG 2015-16 Redshirt 2016-17 28-28 857 139-335 .415 43-124 .347 92-119 .773 36 96 132 4.7 72 71 2 32 413 14.8 Career 28-28 857 139-335 .415 43-124 .347 92-119 .773 36 96 132 4.7 72 71 2 32 413 14.8

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12 KENNA MCDAVIS Forward Redshirt Senior • 6-1 • 1L Peoria, Ariz.

Academic Notes: Majoring in strategic communications with a minor in business. 2016-17 (Redshirt Junior): Appeared in 17 games with 14 starts... Averaged 6.6 points, 2.9 rebounds per game...Started first 14 games of the season before missing 13 straight games with injury...Recorded six double-digit scoring games, with four coming in last five games before injury...Scored season-high 14 points twice at Southern Utah and vs. North Dakota...Posted season-high nine rebounds vs. Antelope Valley...Recorded season-high two assists twice vs. Antelope Valley and at Lamar...Made 23 three-pointers, fourth-most on the team...Made multiple three-pointers in eight games...Made season-best four three-pointers at Southern Utah...Shot .348 from the field, .333 on three-pointers and .688 from the free throw line... Played season-high 32 minutes at Southern Utah...Averaged 19.5 minutes per game...Totaled 112 points, 50 rebounds, 10 assists, eight steals and two blocks.

Points: 14 (2x) last vs. North Dakota (1/5/17) Rebounds: 9 vs. Antelope Valley (11/13/16) FGs Made: 5 (2x) last vs. North Dakota (1/5/17) FGs Attempted: 13 at Southern Utah (12/31/16) 3FGs Made: 4 at Southern Utah (12/31/16) 3FGs Attempted: 9 at Southern Utah (12/31/16) FTs Made: 2 (5x) last vs. North Dakota (1/5/17) FTs Attempted: 6 at UC Santa Barbara (11/20/16) Assists: 2 (2x) last at Lamar (11/23/16) Blocks: 1 (2x) at Eastern Washington (3/3/17) Steals: 2 (2x) last vs. Antelope Valley (11/13/16) Minutes Played: 32 at Southern Utah (12/31/16) Calif....Daughter of Cynthia and Matt Hughens...One older brother, Cody...Brother, Cody, played basketball at Northern Colorado...Lists her most memorable athletic moment as going to the NCAA Tournament...Chose NAU because the campus is beautiful, the academics will prepare her for years after she graduates and the coaches get the best out of all their players on and off the court.

2015-16 (Junior): Redshirted due to NCAA transfer rules. Boise State (2013-15): Two-year letterwinner for coach Gordy Presnell...Averaged 3.9 points and 2.1 rebounds in 9.6 minutes per game during 2014-15 season...Shot 35.3 percent on three-pointers and 92.3 percent from free-throw line as a sophomore...Key member of Boise State’s Mountain West Championship and NCAA Tournament team...Averaged 5.0 points and 3.2 rebounds per game during the 2013-14 season...Shot 34.1 percent on three-pointers as a freshman...Scored career-high 15 points against Air Force and UNLV in back-to-back games as a freshman...Recorded six double-digit scoring games. High School: Four-year letterwinner and starter at Pinnacle HS... Averaged 9.4 points, 3.6 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 0.8 blocks and 1.2 steals per game as a senior...Averaged 16.3 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.4 blocks and 3.0 steals per game as a junior...Ranked 48th nationally by ESPN at her position as a senior...First Team All-Conference as a sophomore...Received team’s sixth man award as a freshman...Led team to Arizona 5A state championship as a senior with 18-0 league record and 32-3 overall...Helped team to three state runner-up finishes...Team went 102-29 overall and 47-7 in conference play during her four years. Personal: Kenna Kaitlyn McDavis was born April 26 in Whittier,

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS MIN FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OR DR TOT AVG AST TO BL ST PTS AVG 2015-16 Redshirt 2016-17 17-14 331 39-112 .348 23-69 .333 11-16 .688 7 43 50 2.9 10 15 2 8 112 6.6 Career 17-14 331 39-112 .348 23-69 .333 11-16 .688 7 43 50 2.9 10 15 2 8 112 6.6

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Junior • 5-8 • 2L Parker, Colo.

Academic Notes: Majoring in criminology and criminal justice with a minor in health & wellness and coaching...Two-time Big Sky All-Academic selection and Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient. Career Notes: Tenth in program history in field goal percentage (.468). 2016-17 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 30 games with 17 starts... One of four players to appear in all 30 games...Averaged 8.6 points, 6.7 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.1 steals per game...Led team in total rebounds with 202 and ranked second on the team in rebounds per game...Also led the team in blocks and steals…Recorded 11 double-digit scoring games with one 20-point game...Scored season-high 20 points at Sacramento State...Ranked second on the team with 72 offensive rebounds and ranked eighth in the Big Sky with 2.4 offensive rebounds per game...Recorded team-high tying five double-digit rebounding games with two double-doubles... Posted 12 points and 11 rebounds vs. Weber State and 12 points and 10 rebounds vs. Sacramento State...Recorded season-high 13 rebounds at Idaho...Recorded career-highs of six assists at Southern Utah and two blocks at Grand Canyon...Tied career-high with 5 steals at Lamar...Shot .455 from the field, .150 on three-pointers and .744 from the free throw line...Played season-high 38 minutes at Montana…Averaged 26.3 minutes per game...Totaled 257 points, 202 rebounds, 58 assists, 34 steals and nine blocks. 2015-16 (Freshman): Appeared in 23 games with 11 starts...Averaged 8.7 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 1.5 steals per game... Ranked fourth on the team in scoring and rebounding...Ranked second on the team in steals...Averaged 11.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.1 steals per game in conference play...Recorded eight double-digit scoring games, fourth-most on the team...Scored in double-figures in six of last seven games she played...Scored season-high 36 points, the most by any player in the Big Sky, at Weber State... Her 36 points set NAU single-game freshman scoring record and tied for sixth-most in a game in school history overall...Also set new school record for field goal percentage (.813) by shooting 13-for-16 at Weber State and recorded season-high 14 rebounds...Recorded three double-digit scoring games and two double-doubles...Recorded first double-double vs. Montana with 13 points and 10 rebounds.... Recorded 10 games with multiple steals...Posted season-high five steals at Southern Utah...Recorded season-high four assists twice at Montana State and vs. Idaho State...Made eight three-pointers,

Points: 29 at Montana State (2/9/17) Rebounds: 13 at Cal Poly (11/18/16) FGs Made: 10 (2x) last at Montana State (2/9/17) FGs Attempted: 20 vs. Youngstown State (11/28/16) 3FGs Made: 4 (3x) last vs. Portland State (2/25/17) 3FGs Attempted: 9 (2x) last vs. Portland State (2/25/17) FTs Made: 7 vs. North Dakota (1/5/17) FTs Attempted: 8 (3x) last at Montana State (2/9/17) Assists: 6 (2x) last at Sacramento State (1/14/17) Blocks: 1 (2x) last at Idaho (3/1/17) Steals: 5 vs. Idaho State (2/2/17) Minutes Played: 40 (2x) last vs. Weber State (2/4/17) including season-high three vs. Idaho...Ranked fifth in the Big Sky in field goal percentage...Shot .487 from the field, .421 on three-pointers and .705 from the free throw line...Led team in field goal and three-point percentage...Played 40 or more minutes two games...Averaged 24.0 minutes per game...Totaled 199 points, 116 rebounds, 23 assists, 35 steals and six blocks. High School: Two-year letterwinner, starter and team captain at Lutheran HS...First Team CHSAA 3A All-State in 2015...Denver Post First Team All-State in 2014...Averaged 14.5 points, 6.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.0 steals per game as a senior...Averaged 12.2 points, 5.2 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.6 steals per game as a junior...Shot 60 percent from the field over her final two seasons...Helped team win 2A state championship in 2014...Team finished 25-2 and third in state in 2015...Played in Colorado Rockies All-State game...Played in 2015 The Show all-star game...U.S. Junior Nationals All-Star team... Also lettered and started two years at Horizon High School before transferring to Lutheran...3.7 high school GPA. Personal: Kaleigh N. Paplow was born Feb. 9 in Denver, Colo.... Daughter of Tori Apodaca...Two younger brothers, Thomas and Baylor...Most memorable athletic moment was winning the state championship...Admires Maya Moore because she’s the best women’s basketball player in the world.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS MIN FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OR DR TOT AVG AST 2015-16 23-11 551 74-152 .487 8-19 .421 43-61 .705 48 68 116 5.0 23 2016-17 30-17 790 95-209 .455 3-20 .150 64-86 .744 72 130 202 6.7 58 Career 53-28 1,341 169-361 .468 11-39 .282 107-147 .728 120 198 318 6.0 81

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PEYTON CARROLL Forward Sophomore • 6-2 • SQ Damascus, Ore.

Academic Notes: Majoring in interior design with a minor in business...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2017.

Points: 7 at Southern Utah (12/31/16) Rebounds: 3 vs. Antelope Valley (11/13/16) FGs Made: 3 at Southern Utah (12/31/16) FGs Attempted: 5 vs. Antelope Valley (11/13/16) 3FGs Made: None 3FGs Attempted: None FTs Made: 1 at Southern Utah (12/31/16) FTs Attempted: 1 at Southern Utah (12/31/16) Assists: None Blocks: 1 vs. Antelope Valley (11/13/16) Steals: None Minutes Played: 11 at Southern Utah (12/31/16)

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2016-17 (Freshman): Appeared in seven games...Averaged 2.4 points and 0.6 rebounds per game...Recorded four points and season-high four rebounds in collegiate debut vs. Antelope Valley... Scored season-best seven points in season-high 11 minutes at Southern Utah...Shot 8-of-15 (.533) from the field and 1-of-1 (1.000) from the free throw line...Averaged 4.7 minutes per game...Totaled 17 points, four rebounds and one block. High School: Four-year letterwinner, three-year starter and two-year team captain at Clackamas HS...Averaged 15 points, eight rebounds, two blocks and one steal per game as a senior...Class 6A All-State Honorable Mention and First Team All-League in 2016...Helped team to 19-6 record during senior season...Team was ranked ninth in the state...Averaged 13 points, eight rebounds and two blocks per game as a junior...First Team All-Mt. Hood Conference and All-State Honorable Mention in 2015...Selected to play on the 2016 Oregon AllState team that played in Australia...MVP in Oregon City Shootout for AAU...Also played for Oregon Elite Club team...Club team won two national tournaments in 2014 and finished second at Nike National Chicago in 2015...3.85 high school GPA...Member of National Society of High School Scholars...Honor Roll student. Personal: Peyton Nicole Carroll was born Nov. 20 in Tualatin, Ore.... Daughter of Jason and Traci Carroll...Father, Jason, played basketball at Oregon State...Mother, Traci, played basketball at St. Martin’s...Hobbies include wrestling her cat...Most exciting event was playing playing hide and seek with her teammates in the Moda Center when they made it to state...Chose NAU because of the beautiful campus and amazing players and coaches.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS MIN FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OR DR TOT AVG AST TO BL ST PTS AVG 2016-17 7-0 33 8-15 .533 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 2 2 4 0.6 0 2 1 0 17 2.4 Career 7-0 33 8-15 .533 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 2 2 4 0.6 0 2 1 0 17 2.4

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25 BRIANNA LEHEW Forward

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Redshirt Freshman • 6-1 • RS Phoenix, Ariz. Academic Notes: Majoring in psychology with a minor in biology... Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2017.

Points: None Rebounds: None FGs Made: None FGs Attempted: None 3FGs Made: None 3FGs Attempted: None FTs Made: None FTs Attempted: None Assists: None Blocks: None Steals: None Minutes Played: 1 vs. Youngstown State (11/28/16)

2016-17 (Freshman): Granted redshirt season by NCAA...Appeared in one game...Played one minute vs. Youngstown State in collegiate debut. High School: Three-year letterwinner and starter and one-year team captain at Thunderbird HS...Averaged 18.8 points, 14.4 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 4.9 blocks and 1.0 steal per game as a senior...All-Division II First Team in 2016...Helped team to 25-8 record during senior season...Averaged 15.9 points, 9.9 rebounds, 3.9 blocks and 1.3 steals per game while shooting 55 percent from the field as a junior... All Division II Second Team and District Defensive Player of the Year in 2015...Ranked second in the state in blocks per game and 10th in field goal percentage as a junior...Also two-year letterwinner in swimming at Thunderbird...Club team placed second at Nike Nationals in Washington D.C. in 2015...3.86 high school GPA. Personal: Brianna Nichole Lehew was born June 26 in Phoenix, Ariz....Daughter of Patti and David Lehew...Two older brothers, Tyler and Austin...Hobbies include swimming, trail riding and dirt biking... Most memorable athletic moment was receiving her scholarship offer from NAU...Chose NAU because both the school and basketball program have a great reputation and is close to home.

CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS MIN FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OR DR TOT AVG AST TO BL ST PTS AVG 2016-17 1-0 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Career 1-0 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

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21 Junior • 5-10 • TR Tuba City, Ariz.

Academic Notes: Majoring in health sciences – fitness and wellness...Aspires for a career in physical therapy. Central Arizona College (2015-17): Two-year letterwinner and starter and one-year team captain for coach Denise Cardenas... Averaged 12.8 points, 6.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.5 steals per game during the 2016-17 season...Led the team with an .872 free throw percentage...Averaged 9.3 points, 3.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.0 steals per game during the 2015-16 season...Led team in three-pointers made each season...Made 127 three-pointers in two seasons...Started 56 of 60 games in two years...Helped team to twoyear record of 44-16...Team won ACCAC Championship in 2016... Member of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society. High School: Three-year letterwinner, starter and team captain at Tuba City HS...Averaged 17.3 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 2.0 steals and 2.3 blocks per game as a senior... Named Navajo Times Player of the Year and All-Section Player of the Year as a senior... Two-time Arizona Republic All-State First Team and All-Division First Team...Three-time Navajo Times All-Star...Named to All-Division First Team in 2015 and All-Division Second Team in 2014...Helped team to state runner-up finish in 2015...Averaged 13.9 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 2.7 steals and 1.9 blocks per game as a junior... Named to MaxPreps All-Arizona Academic Team as a junior...Also was four-year letterwinner and starter and three-year team captain in volleyball...Helped team win state championship in 2012...Named Tuba City HS Academic Athlete of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year...Ranked third in high school graduating class...Member of National Honor Society. Personal: Tate Shea Tsingine was born March 21 in Tuba City, Ariz....Daughter of Lisa Dejolie and Roger Tsingine Jr....One younger brother, Tegan, and one younger sister, Trece...Both of her parents, aunt, uncle and grandmother all graduated from NAU...Hobbies include hiking, spending time with her family and watching movies... Most memorable athletic moment was her team finishing runner-up in the Arizona Division III state tournament in 2015...Chose NAU because of the education, she was familiar with campus, it was close to home and it was the perfect fit for her game.

JACEY BAILEY Guard/Forward Sophomore • 6-0 • TR Burnaby, BC, Canada

Academic Notes: Majoring in business. Florida Atlantic (2016-17): One-year letterwinner for coach Kellie Lewis-Joy...Averaged 4.3 points and 2.7 rebounds in 17.8 minutes per game in her only season...Appeared in all 29 games and earned 15 starts...Scored in double-digits in four games…Recorded season-high 12 points and made season-high five field goals vs. UAB... Made multiple three-pointers in three games...Made 11 three-pointers and 52 shots from the field overall...Recorded season-high six rebounds vs. Maryland Eastern Shore...Recorded three steals in two games...Shot .329 from the field, .268 on three-pointers and .529 from the free throw line...Totaled 124 points, 78 rebounds, 25 assists, 10 steals and two blocks...Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal recipient...Dean’s List and President’s List. High School: Five-year starter at Burnaby Mountain Secondary School...Averaged 30 points, eight rebounds and 3.3 steals per game as a senior...Averaged 29 points, 14 rebounds, 8.7 assists, 5.5 steals and 4.3 blocks per game as a junior...Named District MVP, Provincial All-Star and Regional All-Star...Received Athlete of the Year from 2012-15...Helped team to Provincial Tournament...Scored 55 points in a game and set record with 12 three-pointers made as a senior...Played in the Canadian National Tournament and was one of just 17 athletes to be invited to try out for the U18 Canadian National Team...Also played volleyball, soccer and ran cross country. Personal: Jacey Nikelle Bailey was born Sept. 20 in New Westminster, British Columbia...Daughter of Debbie Bailey...Three brothers, Anton, Jaryn and Jaxon...Brother, Anton, played basketball at Navarro JC...Brother, Jaryn, plays football at Simon Fraser University...Hobbies include reading, watching Netflix and shopping...Most memorable game was making it to BC Provincials her junior year... Chose NAU because she believes that all aspects of NAU will allow her great opportunities in her future endeavors.

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Sophomore • 5-10 • TR Kingman, Ariz.

Academic Notes: Majoring in hospital management or business management. Nevada (2016-17): One-year letterwinner for coach Jane Albright... Averaged 3.1 points and 1.7 rebounds in 12.3 minutes per game in her only season...Played in 18 games after missing the first 11 games while recovering from an injury...Ranked second on the team with .319 three-point percentage...Shot 5-for-8 from the field in a season-high 22 minutes and scored a season-high 12 points at Boise State...Recorded six points and four rebounds in collegiate debut at San Jose State...Made 15 three-pointers and 20 shots from the field overall...Totaled 56 points, 30 rebounds, eight assists, eight steals and one block...Dean’s List. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Kingman HS...Played for her father, Danny...Holds school records in scoring and rebounding... Finished as 11th all-time leading scorer in the state...Three-time Player of the Year (Division III, Section IV in 2016; Division II Section I in 2014 and 2015)...Three-time All-Arizona First Team (Division III in 2016; Division II in 2014 and 2015)...Also named Three-time All-County, All-Region and All-Area...Averaged 27.7 points, 10.1 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 3.1 steals and 1.1 blocks per game as a senior... Averaged 29.7 points, 10.7 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 4.9 steals and 1.7 blocks per game as a junior...Led the state in scoring as a junior... Made 201 career three-pointers...Named MaxPreps Player of the Year as a senior...Wendy’s Heisman Scholar winner in 2015...Also lettered in volleyball and track & field...Member of National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America...Honor roll...Arizona Academic Honorable Mention in 2016. Personal: Desirae Monique Gonzalez was born Nov. 6 in Flagstaff, Ariz....Daughter of Danny and Melissa Gonzalez...One older sister, Kristen, and one older brother, Danny Jr....Mother, Melissa, played basketball at NAU from 1986-89...Cousin, Chelena, played basketball at NAU in 2016-17...Cousin, Salvador, was on the track & field team from 1997-2000...Both of her parents, among many family members, attended NAU...Hobbies include hiking and paddle boarding...Most memorable game was hitting her 2,000th point on her home court as a senior.

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Sophomore • 5-9 • TR Portland, Ore.

Academic Notes: Majoring in psychology with a minor in Spanish. Puget Sound (2016-17): One-year letterwinner and starter for current NAU coach Loree Payne...Helped team win first-ever outright conference championship in school history…Averaged 7.7 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game in 29.1 minutes per game in her only season...Played in 25 games and earned 22 starts…Scored in double-digits in 12 games…Recorded season-high 19 points and shot 7-for-12 from the field and 4-for-5 from three at Willamette… Tied for second on the team with 31 three-pointers made…Recorded 15 games with at least four assists…Ranked No. 27 in NCAA Division III with 2.04 assist-to-turnover ratio… Averaged 8.9 points per game with a .470 field goal percentage and .396 three-point percentage in conference play…Also recorded 2.32 assist-to-turnover ratio in conference play…Shot .363 from the field, .323 on three-pointers and .750 from the free throw line...Totaled 192 points, 91 rebounds, 98 assists, 22 steals and three blocks. High School: Three-year letterwinner and starter at West Linn HS…Named Three Rivers All-League Honorable Mention in 2016… Named to the Three Rivers All-League Second Team in 2015...Also lettered in lacrosse and soccer at West Linn HS…Helped lacrosse team win state championship in 2015 and to state runner-up finishes in 2014 and 2016…Played one year of basketball and lacrosse at Wilsonville HS…Scholar Athlete Award recipient. Personal: Caitlin Nicole McIntire Malvar was born Nov. 21 in Portland, Ore....Daughter of Jocelyn McIntire and Caesar Malvar...Two brothers, Zachary and Jake, and one sister, Lily…Mother, Jocelyn, played basketball at Washington…Father, Caesar, played football at Washington…Hobbies include hiking and eating good food…Chose NAU because she wanted to play for the best coaching staff in the country.


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KAPRICE BOSTON Guard Freshman • 5-10 • HS Everett, Wash.

Academic Notes: Majoring in social work.

Academic Notes: Majoring in dental hygiene.

High School: Three-year starter and two-year team captain at Mililani HS...Played for Hawaii’s All-Star Team Aloha who competed at the Arizona Three Stripes Tournament.

High School: Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Lynnwood HS...Averaged 14.6 points, 6.5 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 3.3 steals per game as a senior...Named All-Area First Team and All-Wesco 3A/2A Player of the Year in 2017...Also named All-State Class 3A Honorable Mention...All-Wesco Second Team in 2016... Helped team win 3A State Championship in 2015...Team also finished third in state in 2014 and 2016....Averaged 11.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.7 steals per game as a junior...Owns girls record for highest vertical...Also was three-year letterwinner and starter and one-year team captain in volleyball...All-Wesco 3A First Team as a senior...3.4 high school GPA...Honor roll.

Personal: Shantel Marie Appleby was born Jan. 19 in Honolulu, Hawaii...Daughter of Jenna and Nickolas Appleby...One younger brother, Dayvon...Hobbies include poetry and arts and craft...Most memorable athletic moment was her team going undefeated in the regular season during her sophomore year in high school...Chose NAU because she was excited for something new and Flagstaff was a lot different than home.

Personal: Kaprice Jene Boston was born March 8 in Everett, Wash....Daughter of Gerald and Amy Boston...One younger brother, Gerald Jr., and one younger sister, Nakia...Father, Gerald Sr., played basketball at Oregon Tech...Is a black belt in Tae Kwon Do...Most memorable athletic moment was winning the state championship in 2015...Chose NAU because she wants to be part of a program on the rise and help make the team better.

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Sophomore • 5-11 • HS Waipahu, Hawaii


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Freshman • 6-1 • HS Yuma, Ariz.

Academic Notes: Contemplating major in exercise science or biology...Aspires to be a physical therapist. High School: Four-year letterwinner, starter and team captain in at Kofa HS...Averaged double-double in final two seasons...Averaged 15.4 points, 12.6 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game as a senior... Named 6A Southern All-Region Offensive Player of the Year and Player of the Year in 2017...Also named 6A Southern All-Region First Team and All-6A Conference Honorable Mention in 2017... All-Division Honorable Mention and All-Section First Team in 2015 and 2016...Averaged 13.6 points, 12.3 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game as a junior... Also was three-year letterwinner and starter and two-year team captain in volleyball...All-6A Conference Honorable Mention as a senior...Averaged 3.5 kills and 3.1 blocks per set as a senior...Section Player of the year as a junior...3.53 high school GPA...Member of Health Occupations Students of America. Personal: Abigail Quinn Jensen was born May 10 in Yuma, Ariz.... Daughter of Ed and Jennifer Jensen...One older brother, Campbell, and two younger sisters, Aidan and Adleigh...Father, Ed, played basketball at Colorado College...Both parents, her grandparents, aunt and uncle all attended NAU...Enjoys reading...Admires her father because he’s been her coach since the seventh grade and none of this would be possible without him...Chose NAU because the campus is beautiful and Flagstaff is a great city that supports NAU Athletics.

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ALIZE’ MCCORMICK Guard Freshman • 5-8 • HS Tucson, Ariz.

Academic Notes: Majoring in environmental science. High School: Four-year letterwinner, three-year starter and oneyear team captain at Tucson High Magnet School...Averaged 11.6 points, 2.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 2.3 steals and 1.2 blocks per game as a senior...Shot 36 percent from three-point range...Named 6A Southern All-Region Offensive Player of the Year and All-Region First Team in 2017...Also named Tucsonsports.com Player of the Year in 2017...Helped team to 25-3 record and No. 5 ranking in the state as a senior...5A First Team in 2016...Averaged 11.7 points, 3.7 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.8 steals and 2.0 blocks per game as a junior...Named Team MVP as a freshman...3.0 high school GPA. Personal: Alize’ Felice McCormick was born March 3 in Tucson, Ariz....Daughter of Shannon McCormick...One younger brother, Jude...Enjoys outdoor activities...Admires her mother because she’s a hard-working single mom who has always supported her...Chose NAU because of the atmosphere and location.


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KHIARICA RASHEED Forward

Academic Notes: Major is undecided...Aspires for a career in pediatrics.

Freshman • 5-11 • HS Portland, Ore.

Academic Notes: Majoring in communications.

High School: Four-year letterwinner and starter and one-year team captain at South Medford HS...Averaged 17.0 points per game as a senior...Named to American Family Insurance All-USA Oregon Second Team and Class 6A All-State Second Team in 2017...Also named All-Southwest Conference Co-Player of the Year in 2017... Four-time All-Conference with two First Team honors...Mail Tribune All-Star team as a junior...Helped team to state tournament all four years...Averaged 13.6 points per game as a junior...Also lettered one year in track & field...Ranked third among freshmen in triple jump in school history...3.8 high school GPA...Member of Link Leader Mentoring Program.

High School: Four-year letterwinner and starter and one-year team captain at Grant HS...Averaged 12 points, 10 rebounds and three assists per game as a senior...Team MVP...Named Class 6A All-State Honorable Mention and All-PIL First Team in 2017...Portland Interscholastic League Player of the Year in 2016...Three-time All-League First Team...Averaged 13.9 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game as a junior...Helped team snap 28-year state tournament drought and advanced to the state semifinals in 2017...Team won three straight league championships...Also lettered four years in volleyball, two years in track & field and one year in softball...Named AllPIL Second Team in volleyball as a senior...3.75 high school GPA... Honor roll.

Personal: Lauren Aspen Orndoff was born Nov. 10 in Medford, Ore....Daughter of Mark and Jenny Orndoff...One older brother, Ben...Hobbies include hiking, singing, photography and hanging with friends and family...Most memorable athletic moment was traveling to Hawaii with her high school team during her junior year...Chose NAU because she felt like Flagstaff and NAU was the right fit and she got along with the coaches and the girls on the team.

Personal: Khiarica Aaliyah Rasheed was born Aug. 12 in Norfolk, Va....Daughter of Tawana and Haneef Rasheed...Two younger sisters, Monica and Veronica, and one younger brother, Tariq...Hobbies include writing, poetry and advocacy...Most memorable athletic moment was scoring 28 points and grabbing 28 rebounds in a game as a freshman...Chose NAU because the atmosphere was very chill and Flagstaff is a lot like Portland.

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Freshman • 5-10 • HS Medford, Ore.


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The 2016-17 Northern Arizona women’s basketball season could very well be looked back upon as the year the program turned around. Led by a grizzled senior class, the Lumberjacks navigated through a season of adversity and played an entertaining brand of basketball that uniquely fit the team’s personnel. Sure, the Lumberjacks’ win total only saw a modest bump up from six wins to nine wins. But even the casual fan would say that this year’s ‘Jacks were a different product than years past. “This was definitely a year where our players, especially our seniors, felt like they had something to prove,” said interim head coach Robyne Bostick. “They wanted to show they were better than our record had indicated in the past, and we made a statement from our very first game winning at UTEP. It showed that we were going to prove people wrong about the expectations of our team coming into the season.” NAU finished the 2016-17 season with a 9-21 overall record and a 5-13 mark in conference play, with an increase of three Big Sky victories accounting for the overall improvement from a year ago. Along with the improved win-loss record, the season was filled with individual efforts which captivated Lumberjack nation. Fans were introduced to redshirt junior Olivia Lucero – who earned All-Big Sky Third Team honors as the ninth-leading scorer in the conference at 14.8 points per game – and freshman Raina Perez – who led all conference freshman in scoring during league play. Seniors Rene Coggins and Brittani Lusain both joined the 1,000 point club, becoming the first pair of 1,000 point teammates in over a decade. From the season opener, Lucero inserted her name among the Big Sky Conference’s marquee players. In her first game as a Lumberjack, she played all 40 minutes and scored a team-high 19 points in guiding NAU to a 65-51 victory over UTEP. The win erased the team’s demons in El Paso with the Lumberjacks coming out victorious at UTEP for the first time since 1986, including losses in each of the last three years. NAU’s firepower was on full display just two days later inside the Rolle Activity Center with a 109-60 victory over Antelope Valley in its home opener. Courtesy of a school record 109 point performance featuring six players in double-figures, the ‘Jacks started the season 2-0 for the first time in nine years and just the sixth time in school history. The rest of the non-conference schedule saw its share of ups and

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downs, but the Lumberjacks entered the Big Sky season with confidence despite only a 4-7 record. The team’s potential was apparent in their final game before the conference slate at Utah, where NAU went toe-to-toe against its undefeated – at the time – Pac-12 foe in an eventual 78-65 loss. Utah, who entered the December matchup with a No. 9 NCAA RPI ranking, had to stave off a determined NAU squad that trailed by just four points going into the final period. “It took a little time for the team to fully understand what we were trying to do offensively and defensively with the changes we put in,” Bostick said. “In the games that it really clicked, the team looked really good. We had a lot of weapons on offense and on defense we were helping each other and getting stops. Heading into Big Sky play, I was feeling pretty good about where we were.” The conference schedule could then be broken up into three segments, each distinctive from the next. NAU started the Big Sky slate with a bang on the final day of the 2016 calendar year, rallying for a 7768 overtime win at Southern Utah behind Perez’s best game to date. Perez’s 18 points powered the Lumberjacks to their first conference opening road win since 2006, first overtime road win since 2008 and first win in Cedar City since 2013. Over their next five games, the ‘Jacks dropped four by a combined margin of 12 points before picking up an impressive win over Eastern Washington at home which matched their conference win total from last season in just six games. Still, a pivotal injury to redshirt junior Kenna McDavis – a starter in each of the first 14 games of the season – forced NAU to adjust its lineup. McDavis would miss 13 straight contests, with a season-worst seven-game losing streak by the Lumberjacks following the Eastern Washington win right in the middle of her absence. Still, NAU pushed through and concluded the regular season with three wins in its final five games, including the program’s first win on the road at Idaho in over 20 years. “We started well with the overtime win at Southern Utah and to do well at any school in any conference, you have to stay healthy,” Bostick said. “We got hit with the injury bug a little with Kenna going out first and then some other players missed games. What it did though was it gave other players the opportunity to step into different roles and once we got healthy it gave us confidence going into the tournament.”


2016-17 SEASON IN REVIEW while, McDavis had scored in double-figures in four of her last five games before her injury. “With the adversity that the team faced not only this season, but the last couple of years, it would’ve been understandable if they wanted to give up, but this team never gave in,” Bostick said. “I’m really proud of what the team accomplished this season and I’m especially happy for our seniors. We have some really great pieces coming back next year and we laid a great foundation this year for the level of success this program can have in the coming years.” Between the three core returners, a developing group of underclassmen and a promising incoming class, the future remains bright for an NAU women’s basketball program who will only look to build on the successes achieved this season.

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Riding the highs of its best five-game stretch of the season, NAU went into the Big Sky Tournament with momentum. The Lumberjacks, seeded 10th, faced Portland State in the opening round in Reno, but the season would come to an end with an 88-76 defeat. The ‘Jacks, paced by seven combined three-pointers from Perez and Coggins, knocked down 11 treys in their season finale bringing their season total to a school record 228. NAU smashed the previous record of 158 with five players (Coggins, Perez, Lucero, McDavis and senior Catelyn Preston) making at least 20. NAU’s three-point barrage resulted in seven games with double-digit makes as a team, including a school-record tying 13 on Senior Day versus Portland State. NAU also made the most of its trips to the charity stripe, as the team set a new single season school record in free throw percentage of .745. Individually, Lucero led three Lumberjacks who averaged double-digit points per game with Coggins (11.5) and Perez (10.1) behind her. Senior Brittani Lusain and sophomore Kaleigh Paplow were among the conference’s top rebounders at 6.8 and 6.7 per game respectively, while Coggins drilled a career-high 61 threes, which ranks as the sixth-highest season total in school history. The 2016-17 season marked the end of the careers for five Lumberjack seniors. Coggins finds her name in multiple career categories including 12th in points, fourth in three-pointers made and free throw percentage, 10th in assists and second in minutes played. Lusain finished her career as the 16th member of the 1,000 point club along with being the only player in school history in the top 10 of rebounds (seventh) and assists (fourth). Senior Taylor Leyva led the team in three-point percentage for the second straight year at .380 and is 10th in career percentage from behind the arc. Coggins, Leyva, Preston and Bradlee Cotton all played more than 100 career games. Despite the losses of a big senior class, NAU will return its leading scorer and rebounder respectively in Lucero and Paplow. Mean-

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SEASON REVIEW

ALL GAMES TOTAL 3-POINT F-THROW REBOUNDS No. Player gp-gs min avg. fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fa ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 11 Olivia Lucero 28-28 857 30.6 139-335 .415 43-124 .347 92-119 .773 36 96 132 4.7 67 2 72 71 2 32 413 14.8 01 Rene Coggins 30-30 1078 35.9 119-339 .351 61-173 .353 47-59 .797 26 54 80 2.7 48 0 79 58 2 28 346 11.5 02 Raina Perez 30-9 786 26.2 112-301 .372 49-167 .293 30-34 .882 11 52 63 2.1 48 1 68 58 5 18 303 10.1 04 Brittani Lusain 26-19 580 22.3 95-229 .415 10-32 .313 54-84 .643 73 105 178 6.8 47 0 72 53 6 31 254 9.8 23 Kaleigh Paplow 30-17 790 26.3 95-209 .455 3-20 .150 64-86 .744 72 130 202 6.7 86 4 58 55 9 34 257 8.6 12 Kenna McDavis 17-14 331 19.5 39-112 .348 23-69 .333 11-16 .688 7 43 50 2.9 46 0 10 15 2 8 112 6.6 22 Catelyn Preston 27-6 426 15.8 56-140 .400 20-57 .351 11-14 .786 21 80 101 3.7 48 0 30 25 3 12 143 5.3 34 Taylor Leyva 28-5 497 17.8 44-109 .404 19-50 .380 17-25 .680 36 68 104 3.7 53 2 34 27 8 10 124 4.4 50 Bradlee Cotton 30-22 577 19.2 41-91 .451 0-2 .000 12-18 .667 57 51 108 3.6 67 2 16 35 1 6 94 3.1 33 Peyton Carroll 7-0 33 4.7 8-15 .533 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 2 2 4 0.6 9 0 0 2 1 0 17 2.4 10 Passionate Amukamara 5-0 32 6.4 5-14 .357 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 4 2 6 1.2 4 0 1 3 0 2 10 2.0 20 Va’e Malufau 9-0 56 6.2 6-13 .462 0-0 .000 3-3 1.000 4 10 14 1.6 7 0 1 3 0 2 15 1.7 25 Brianna Lehew 1-0 1 1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 05 Chelena Betoney 3-0 6 2.0 0-5 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 TEAM 52 81 133 17 NAU 30 6050 759-1912 .397 228-698 .327 342-459 .745 401 774 1175 39.2 531 11 441 423 39 184 2088 69.6 Opponents 30 6050 784-1849 .424 194-592 .328 370-526 .703 363 802 1165 38.8 513 - 436 410 74 191 2132 71.1

CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY TOTAL 3-POINT F-THROW REBOUNDS No. Player gp-gs min avg. fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fa ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 11 Olivia Lucero 17-17 492 28.9 85-202 .421 27-72 .375 57-74 .770 24 51 75 4.4 41 0 43 42 2 23 254 14.9 02 Raina Perez 18-8 581 32.3 79-212 .373 33-110 .300 23-26 .885 8 37 45 2.5 28 1 39 42 4 10 214 11.9 01 Rene Coggins 18-18 643 35.7 64-201 .318 26-92 .283 26-33 .788 17 32 49 2.7 26 0 45 35 0 16 180 10.0 04 Brittani Lusain 14-9 299 21.4 55-133 .414 3-12 .250 22-36 .611 36 45 81 5.8 21 0 38 22 6 15 135 9.6 23 Kaleigh Paplow 18-16 522 29.0 64-137 .467 2-14 .143 42-60 .700 42 83 125 6.9 61 4 38 37 4 20 172 9.6 12 Kenna McDavis 5-3 101 20.2 12-29 .414 7-18 .389 3-4 .750 1 12 13 2.6 13 0 1 2 1 1 34 6.8 22 Catelyn Preston 16-5 299 18.7 39-92 .424 16-43 .372 8-8 1.000 15 66 81 5.1 35 0 20 21 3 11 102 6.4 34 Taylor Leyva 16-3 322 20.1 29-73 .397 13-32 .406 13-19 .684 20 48 68 4.3 35 1 20 14 5 7 84 5.3 33 Peyton Carroll 3-0 17 5.7 5-7 .714 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 1 0 1 0.3 4 0 0 2 0 0 11 3.7 50 Bradlee Cotton 18-11 314 17.4 20-50 .400 0-2 .000 8-10 .800 33 30 63 3.5 41 2 9 23 0 4 48 2.7 20 Va’e Malufau 6-0 49 8.2 4-10 .400 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 2 7 9 1.5 7 0 1 2 0 1 9 1.5 10 Passionate Amukamara 2-0 9 4.5 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 1 2 1.0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1.0 05 Chelena Betoney 1-0 2 2.0 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TEAM 30 49 79 12 NAU 18 3650 457-1151 .397 127-397 .320 204-272 .750 230 461 691 38.4 314 8 254 256 25 108 1245 69.2 Opponents 18 3650 486-1122 .433 125-364 .343 211-312 .676 220 494 714 39.7 314 - 278 255 49 121 1308 72.7

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2016-17 RESULTS 9-21 OVERALL, 5-13 BIG SKY

Date Opponent Score High Points High Rebounds Nov. 11 at UTEP W, 65-51 Olivia Lucero - 19 Kaleigh Paplow - 10 Nov. 13 Antelope Valley W, 109-60 Rene Coggins - 18 Brittani Lusain - 10 Nov. 18 at Cal Poly L, 58-53 Olivia Lucero - 13 Olivia Lucero - 13 Nov. 20 at UC Santa Barbara L, 60-51 Brittani Lusain - 17 Brittani Lusain - 9 Nov. 23 at Lamar L, 75-60 Rene Coggins - 26 Kaleigh Paplow - 9 Nov. 28 Youngstown State W, 70-49 Olivia Lucero - 23 Brittani Lusain - 11 Dec. 1 CSUN L, 83-79 Rene Coggins - 20 Brittani Lusain - 7 Dec. 3 Denver W, 82-67 Coggins/Lucero - 19 Brittani Lusain - 10 Dec. 11 New Mexico State L, 79-68 Rene Coggins - 14 Brittani Lusain - 9 Dec.19 at Grand Canyon L, 76-65 Olivia Lucero - 18 Brittani Lusain - 9 Dec. 21 at Utah L, 78-65 Rene Coggins - 17 Lusain/Paplow - 8 Dec. 31 at Southern Utah* W, 77-68 (ot) Raina Perez - 18 Cotton/Paplow - 6 Jan. 5 North Dakota* L, 80-78 Olivia Lucero - 20 Brittani Lusain - 6 Jan. 7 Northern Colorado* L, 69-66 Brittani Lusain - 20 Brittani Lusain - 10 Jan. 14 at Sacramento State* L, 82-76 Kaleigh Paplow - 20 Brittani Lusain - 16 Jan. 16 at Portland State* L, 56-55 Rene Coggins - 11 Cotton/Lusain - 6 Jan. 19 Eastern Washington* W, 56-47 Raina Perez - 15 Brittani Lusain - 9 Jan. 21 Idaho* L, 91-80 Brittani Lusain - 17 Kaleigh Paplow - 7 Jan. 26 at Northern Colorado* L, 75-64 Olivia Lucero - 16 Olivia Lucero - 6 Jan. 28 at North Dakota* L, 88-69 Rene Coggins - 18 Taylor Leyva - 9 Feb. 2 Idaho State* L, 64-51 Olivia Lucero - 23 Olivia Lucero - 5 Feb. 4 Weber State* L, 75-64 Olivia Lucero - 27 Kaleigh Paplow - 11 Feb. 9 at Montana State* L, 86-69 Olivia Lucero - 29 Catelyn Preston - 7 Feb. 11 at Montana* L, 60-59 Raina Perez - 18 Catelyn Preston - 12 Feb. 18 Southern Utah* W, 77-65 Raina Perez - 15 Leyva/Preston - 10 Feb. 23 Sacramento State* W, 91-88 Catelyn Preston - 24 Catelyn Preston - 11 Feb. 25 Portland State* L, 74-73 (ot) Olivia Lucero - 19 Catelyn Preston - 10 March 1 at Idaho* W, 76-61 Raina Perez - 26 Kaleigh Paplow - 13 March 3 at Eastern Washington* L, 79-64 Kaleigh Paplow - 18 Taylor Leyva - 8 March 6 vs. Portland State& L, 88-76 Raina Perez - 21 Leyva/Preston - 6

Attendance 1,328 264 260 631 563 128 1,440 258 218 404 978 576 131 256 416 195 249 288 902 1,802 389 454 1,546 2,722 594 513 540 533 1,003 906

* Big Sky Conference game & Big Sky Tournament game Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral Total

Games Attendance Avg./Game 14 5722 409 15 13859 924 1 906 906 30 20487 683

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2016-17 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME TOTAL 3-POINT F-THROW REBOUNDS Date Opponent Score fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fa ft% off def tot avg pf a to blk stl pts avg Nov. 11 at UTEP W, 65-51 26-62 .419 6-18 .333 7-10 .700 14 24 38 38.0 17 13 17 1 8 65 65.0 Nov. 13 Antelope Valley W, 109-60 40-83 .482 9-23 .391 20-22 .909 18 43 61 49.5 20 23 10 1 9 109 87.0 Nov. 18 at Cal Poly L, 58-53 20-63 .317 5-25 .200 8-12 .667 16 34 50 49.7 22 10 21 2 7 53 75.7 Nov. 20 at UC Santa Barbara L, 60-51 17-53 .321 4-17 .235 13-22 .591 15 23 38 46.8 19 7 16 0 5 51 69.5 Nov. 23 at Lamar L, 75-60 19-54 .352 8-22 .364 14-17 .824 12 22 34 44.2 22 16 24 2 7 60 67.6 Nov. 28 Youngstown State W, 70-49 27-68 .397 7-25 .280 9-10 .900 15 36 51 45.3 10 12 10 1 7 70 68.0 Dec. 1 CSUN L, 83-79 28-66 .424 9-25 .360 14-17 .824 17 18 35 43.9 18 19 10 0 6 79 69.6 Dec. 3 Denver W, 82-67 32-62 .516 12-27 .444 6-11 .545 11 21 32 42.4 15 21 7 1 5 82 71.1 Dec. 11 New Mexico State L, 79-68 23-57 .404 11-28 .393 11-14 .786 15 19 34 41.4 10 17 19 1 7 68 70.8 Dec. 19 at Grand Canyon L, 76-65 24-66 .364 11-32 .344 6-12 .500 12 26 38 41.1 20 17 11 2 6 65 70.2 Dec. 21 at Utah L, 78-65 21-67 .313 8-29 .276 15-22 .682 15 28 43 41.3 20 15 9 0 3 65 69.7 Dec. 31 at Southern Utah W, 77-68 (ot) 25-73 .342 12-35 .343 15-16 .938 12 24 36 40.8 19 19 13 0 9 77 70.3 Jan. 5 North Dakota L, 80-78 27-62 .435 7-19 .368 17-20 .850 8 24 32 40.2 18 12 8 1 6 78 70.9 Jan. 7 Northern Colorado L, 69-66 23-59 .390 7-18 .389 13-16 .813 15 27 42 40.3 15 14 17 2 6 66 70.6 Jan. 14 at Sacramento State L, 82-76 29-60 .483 5-15 .333 13-16 .813 13 32 45 40.6 14 22 27 1 5 76 70.9 Jan. 16 at Portland State L, 56-55 22-67 .328 3-22 .136 8-12 .667 16 22 38 40.4 15 15 11 2 8 55 69.9 Jan. 19 Eastern Washington W, 56-47 19-52 .365 6-15 .400 12-16 .750 13 31 44 40.6 20 13 19 3 4 56 69.1 Jan. 21 Idaho L, 91-80 31-67 .463 4-14 .286 14-16 .875 13 21 34 40.3 16 11 12 1 7 80 69.7 Jan. 26 at Northern Colorado L, 75-64 24-57 .421 8-18 .444 8-10 .800 13 18 31 39.8 21 15 18 1 7 64 69.4 Jan. 28 at North Dakota L, 88-69 23-73 .315 8-23 .348 15-24 .625 23 14 37 39.7 20 10 10 1 6 69 69.4 Feb. 2 Idaho State L, 64-51 17-51 .333 5-18 .278 12-14 .857 8 14 22 38.8 20 7 14 0 11 51 68.5 Feb. 4 Weber State L, 75-64 27-68 .397 4-19 .211 6-10 .600 16 31 47 39.2 24 10 12 0 2 64 68.3 Feb. 9 at Montana State L, 86-69 25-63 .397 9-28 .321 10-15 .667 11 22 33 38.9 20 7 18 0 9 69 68.3 Feb. 11 at Montana L, 60-59 24-63 .381 5-23 .217 6-10 .600 11 29 40 39.0 17 8 12 1 4 59 68.0 Feb. 18 Southern Utah W, 77-65 28-63 .444 8-23 .348 13-15 .867 13 32 45 39.2 13 17 16 3 3 77 68.3 Feb. 23 Sacramento State W, 91-88 35-69 .507 9-23 .391 12-20 .600 8 40 48 39.5 19 24 20 0 1 91 69.2 Feb. 25 Portland State L, 74-73 (ot) 29-83 .349 13-38 .342 2-6 .333 18 24 42 39.6 17 20 8 1 9 73 69.3 March 1 at Idaho W, 76-61 26-65 .400 10-25 .400 14-18 .778 11 28 39 39.6 11 15 10 4 9 76 69.6 March 3 at Eastern Washington L, 79-64 23-56 .411 4-21 .190 14-18 .778 8 28 36 39.5 15 15 11 4 2 64 69.4 March 6 vs. Portland State L, 88-76 25-60 .417 11-30 .367 15-18 .833 11 19 30 39.2 24 17 13 3 6 76 69.6 NAU 759-1912 .397 228-698 .327 342-459 .745 401 774 1175 39.2 531 441 423 39 184 2088 69.6 Opponents 784-1849 .424 194-592 .328 370-526 .703 363 802 1165 38.8 513 436 410 74 191 2132 71.1

2016-17 SEASON SUPERLATIVES OVERALL..........................................INDIVIDUAL.................................................................................................................. TEAM

Points:...................................................................29 - Olivia Lucero, at Montana State (Feb. 9)...................................................................... 109 - vs. Antelope Valley (Nov. 13) Field Goals Made:.................................................10 (3x) - last, Catelyn Preston, vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23)............................................ 40 - vs. Antelope Valley (Nov. 13) Field Goals Attempted:..........................................21 - Raina Perez, at Idaho (March. 1)....................................................................... 83 (2x) - last, vs. Portland State (Feb. 25) Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 fgm):.....................1.000 (5-5) - Bradlee Cotton, vs. CSUN (Dec. 1).............................................................................. .516 - vs. Denver (Dec. 3) 3-Point Field Goals Made:.....................................7 - Rene Coggins, at Lamar (Nov. 23)......................................................................................13 - vs. Portland State (Feb. 25) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted:..............................11 (3x) - last, Raina Perez, vs. Portland State (March 6).........................................................38 - vs. Portland State (Feb. 25) Free Throws Made:...............................................8 - Brittani Lusain, vs. Portland State (March 6)..................................................................... 20 - vs. Antelope Valley (Nov. 13) Free Throws Attempted:........................................10 - Brittani Lusain, vs. Portland State (March 6).........................................................................24 - at North Dakota (Jan. 28) Rebounds:.............................................................16 - Brittani Lusain, at Sacramento State (Jan. 14)............................................................... 61 - vs. Antelope Valley (Nov. 13) Assists:..................................................................7 (2x) - last, Raina Perez, vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23)................................................24 - vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23) Steals:...................................................................5 (2x) - last, Olivia Lucero, vs. Idaho State (Feb. 2)........................................................................11 - vs. Idaho State (Feb. 2) Blocks:...................................................................2 (4x) - last, Taylor Leyva, vs. Portland State (March 6).................................... 4 (2x) - last, at Eastern Washington (March 3) Turnovers:.............................................................8 - Olivia Lucero, at Lamar (Nov. 23)...................................................................................27 - at Sacramento State (Jan. 14)

CONFERENCE PLAY.........................INDIVIDUAL.................................................................................................................. TEAM

Points:...................................................................29 - Olivia Lucero, at Montana State (Feb. 9)....................................................................91 - vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23) Field Goals Made:.................................................10 (3x) - last, Catelyn Preston, vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23)........................................35 - vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23) Field Goals Attempted:..........................................21 - Raina Perez, at Idaho (March. 1)......................................................................................83 - vs. Portland State (Feb. 25) Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 fgm):..................... .750 (6-8) - Kaleigh Paplow, at Eastern Washington (March 3).................................... .507 - vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23) 3-Point Field Goals Made:.....................................4 (5x) - last, Raina Perez at Idaho (March. 1)..........................................................................13 - vs. Portland State (Feb. 25) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted:..............................10 (5x) - last, Raina Perez, vs. Portland State (Feb. 25)..........................................................38 - vs. Portland State (Feb. 25) Free Throws Made:...............................................7 (2x) - Rene Coggins, at Idaho (March 1)...................................................................................17 - vs. North Dakota (Jan. 5) Free Throws Attempted:........................................8 (4x) - last, Rene Coggins, at Idaho (March 1)...........................................................................24 - at North Dakota (Jan. 28) Rebounds:.............................................................16 - Brittani Lusain, at Sacramento State (Jan. 14)...........................................................48 - vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23) Assists:..................................................................7 - Raina Perez, vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23)..............................................................24 - vs. Sacramento State (Feb. 23) Steals:...................................................................5 - Olivia Lucero, vs. Idaho State (Feb. 2).......................................................................................11 - vs. Idaho State (Feb. 2) Blocks:...................................................................2 (2x) - last, Catelyn Preston, vs. Southern Utah (Feb. 18)............................... 4 (2x) - last, at Eastern Washington (March 3) Turnovers:.............................................................6 (3x) - last, Raina Perez, vs. Southern Utah (Feb. 18).......................................................27 - at Sacramento State (Jan. 14)

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North Division Montana State^&* North Dakota^* Northern Colorado Eastern Washington* Idaho* Idaho State Portland State Weber State Sacramento State Northern Arizona Montana Southern Utah

OVERALL

^ Regular Season Champion, & Big Sky Tournament Champion, * Postseason Participant

AROUND THE BIG SKY MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

BIG SKY PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Peyton Ferris - G - Sr. - Montana State

TOP NEWCOMER

Ashley Bolston - G - So. - Portland State

OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN Estefania Ors - G - Fr. - Idaho State

DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Karlee Wilson - G - Sr. - Idaho Freya Newton - G - Sr. - Idaho State

Top RESERVE

Darri Frandsen - F - So. - Southern Utah

COACH OF THE YEAR

Travis Brewster - North Dakota

ALL-BIG SKY FIRST TEAM

Player School Peyton Ferris* Montana State Makailah Dyer North Dakota Delaney Hodgins Eastern Washington Mikayla Ferenz Idaho Savannah Smith Northern Colorado * MVP, ^ Unanimous Selection

ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM Player Savannah Scott Riley Nordgaard Lexi Klabo Tisha Phillips Ashley Bolston

School Northern Colorado Montana State North Dakota Eastern Washington Portland State

ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM Player Maranne Johnson Olivia Lucero Sidney Rielly Saylair Grandon Deeshyra Thomas

School Sacramento State Northern Arizona Portland State Idaho State Weber State

ALL-BIG SKY HONORABLE MENTION Player Ashli Payne Fallyn Freije Jessica Richardson

School Eastern Washington North Dakota Southern Utah

Yr. Pos. Sr. G Sr. G Jr. F So. G So. G

Week 1 (Nov. 15)..................................Geri McCorkell, UI Week 2 (Nov. 22)...........................Savannah Smith, UNC Week 3 (Nov. 29)........................... Riley Nordgaard, MSU Week 4 (Dec. 6)................................... Emily Drake, WSU .................................................... Delaney Hodgins, EWU Week 5 (Dec. 13)................................. Mikayla Ferenz, UI Week 6 (Dec. 20)............................Savannah Scott, UNC Week 7 (Dec. 27)...................... Jessica Richardson, SUU Week 8 (Jan. 3)....................................Ashli Payne, EWU .......................................................Savannah Scott, UNC Week 9 (Jan. 10)..............................Ashley Bolston, PSU ...........................................................Peyton Ferris, MSU Week 10 (Jan. 17)............................... Sidney Rielly, PSU Week 11 (Jan. 24)............................... Mikayla Ferenz, UI Week 12 (Jan. 31).......................Maranne Johnson, SAC Week 13 (Feb. 7)................................Peyton Ferris, MSU Week 14 (Feb. 14)...................... McKenzie Johnston, UM Week 15 (Feb. 21)............................ Makailah Dyer, UND Week 16 (Feb. 28)............................ Makailah Dyer, UND Week 17 (March 4).............................Peyton Ferris, MSU ....................................................... Courtney Smith, UNC

POSTSEASON TEAMS Yr. Pos. Jr. G Sr. F So. F Sr. G So. G Yr. Pos. Jr. G Jr. G So. G So. G Sr. G Yr. Pos. Sr. F So. F Sr. F

NCAA Tournament Montana State............................... L, 91-63 (Washington) WNIT North Dakota...............................L, 78-55 (South Dakota) WBI Eastern Washington..................... W, 66-62 (Texas State) ................................................................ L, 74-67 (Idaho) Idaho.............................................. W, 64-57 (Utah State) ........................................W, 74-67 (Eastern Washington) .................................................................. L, 86-80 (Rice)

FINAL NCAA RPI RANKINGS

Montana State........................................................ No. 59 Northern Colorado................................................ No. 128 North Dakota........................................................ No. 129 Eastern Washington............................................. No. 137 Idaho.................................................................... No. 141 Idaho State........................................................... No. 153 Portland State....................................................... No. 212 Weber State.......................................................... No. 237 Sacramento State................................................. No. 286 Southern Utah...................................................... No. 289 Northern Arizona................................................ No. 292 Montana............................................................... No. 325

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W L Pct. PF PA W L Pct. PF PA Streak 15 3 .833 75.8 68.2 25 7 .781 72.2 64.7 L1 15 3 .833 73.4 68.0 20 11 .645 71.8 69.5 L3 14 4 .778 74.3 64.1 22 8 .733 70.7 62.4 L1 12 6 .667 67.1 63.2 19 14 .576 67.3 64.5 L1 11 7 .611 73.6 67.5 19 15 .559 72.1 68.6 L1 10 8 .556 61.6 60.1 19 14 .576 60.7 60.8 L1 8 10 .444 67.3 69.0 16 17 .485 68.8 70.8 L1 6 12 .333 66.4 73.6 13 18 .419 67.8 71.2 L1 6 12 .333 78.4 82.5 10 20 .333 82.4 87.2 L3 5 13 .278 69.2 72.7 9 21 .300 69.6 71.1 L2 4 14 .222 57.0 67.8 7 23 .233 55.2 65.8 L1 2 16 .111 67.9 75.6 7 23 .233 66.4 73.3 L2


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SCORING OFFENSE ## Team G W-L Pts Avg/G 1. Sacramento State 30 10-20 2471 82.4 2. Montana State 32 25-7 2312 72.2 3. Idaho 34 19-15 2451 72.1 4. North Dakota 31 20-11 2227 71.8 5. Northern Colorado 30 22-8 2121 70.7 6. Northern Arizona 30 9-21 2088 69.6 7. Portland State 33 16-17 2269 68.8 8. Weber State 31 13-18 2102 67.8 9. Eastern Washington 33 19-14 2221 67.3 10. Southern Utah 30 7-23 1993 66.4 11. Idaho State 33 19-14 2003 60.7 12. Montana 30 7-23 1655 55.2 SCORING DEFENSE ## Team G Pts Avg/G 1. Idaho State 33 2008 60.8 2. Northern Colorado 30 1872 62.4 3. Eastern Washington 33 2130 64.5 4. Montana State 32 2071 64.7 5. Montana 30 1975 65.8 6. Idaho 34 2332 68.6 7. North Dakota 31 2153 69.5 8. Portland State 33 2338 70.8 9. Northern Arizona 30 2132 71.1 10. Weber State 31 2206 71.2 11. Southern Utah 30 2198 73.3 12. Sacramento State 30 2615 87.2 SCORING MARGIN ## Team G OFF 1. Northern Colorado 30 70.7 2. Montana State 32 72.2 3. Idaho 34 72.1 4. Eastern Washington 33 67.3 5. North Dakota 31 71.8 6. Idaho State 33 60.7 7. Northern Arizona 30 69.6 8. Portland State 33 68.8 9. Weber State 31 67.8 10. Sacramento State 30 82.4 11. Southern Utah 30 66.4 12. Montana 30 55.2

DEF +/62.4 +8.3 64.7 +7.5 68.6 +3.5 64.5 +2.8 69.5 +2.4 60.8 -0.2 71.1 -1.5 70.8 -2.1 71.2 -3.4 87.2 -4.8 73.3 -6.8 65.8 -10.7

FREE THROW PCT ## Team 1. Idaho 2. Northern Colorado 3. Northern Arizona 4. North Dakota 5. Portland State 6. Idaho State 7. Montana State 8. Eastern Washington 9. Sacramento State 10. Southern Utah 11. Weber State 12. Montana

FTA 493 377 459 710 624 548 586 536 530 544 489 508

G FTM 34 389 30 295 30 342 31 525 33 455 33 396 32 419 33 370 30 361 30 368 31 329 30 323

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE ## Team G FG 1. Portland State 33 835 2. Northern Colorado 30 791 3. Eastern Washington 33 819 4. Idaho 34 854 5. Montana State 32 824 6. North Dakota 31 758 7. Northern Arizona 30 759 8. Southern Utah 30 752 9. Weber State 31 765

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Pct .789 .782 .745 .739 .729 .723 .715 .690 .681 .676 .673 .636

FGA Pct 1857 .450 1817 .435 1940 .422 2046 .417 2037 .405 1898 .399 1912 .397 1916 .392 1970 .388

10. Idaho State 11. Sacramento State 12. Montana

33 701 30 895 30 606

1841 .381 2367 .378 1725 .351

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE ## Team G FG 1. Montana State 32 740 2. Idaho State 33 678 3. Northern Colorado 30 662 4. Portland State 33 859 5. North Dakota 31 768 6. Eastern Washington 33 767 7. Idaho 34 883 8. Southern Utah 30 768 9. Montana 30 725 10. Northern Arizona 30 784 11. Weber State 31 811 12. Sacramento State 30 997

FGA Pct 2016 .367 1845 .367 1717 .386 2198 .391 1923 .399 1917 .400 2178 .405 1855 .414 1746 .415 1849 .424 1870 .434 1982 .503

3-POINT FG PCT ## Team 1. Northern Colorado 2. Idaho 3. Eastern Washington 4. Idaho State 5. Montana State 6. North Dakota 7. Northern Arizona 8. Portland State 9. Weber State 10. Sacramento State 11. Southern Utah 12. Montana

FGA Pct 698 .350 1016 .348 633 .336 616 .333 740 .331 564 .330 698 .327 461 .312 790 .308 1094 .293 432 .280 467 .257

G FG 30 244 34 354 33 213 33 205 32 245 31 186 30 228 33 144 31 243 30 320 30 121 30 120

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE ## Team G FG 1. Montana State 32 196 2. Idaho State 33 176 3. North Dakota 31 180 4. Eastern Washington 33 209 5. Montana 30 216 6. Northern Arizona 30 194 7. Weber State 31 176 8. Idaho 34 244 9. Northern Colorado 30 171 10. Portland State 33 280 11. Southern Utah 30 272 12. Sacramento State 30 189

FGA 716 589 588 659 681 592 533 738 513 799 770 508

REBOUNDING OFFENSE ## Team G Reb Avg/G 1. Montana State 32 1402 43.8 2. North Dakota 31 1293 41.7 3. Southern Utah 30 1229 41.0 4. Sacramento State 30 1215 40.5 5. Idaho State 33 1325 40.2 6. Northern Arizona 30 1175 39.2 7. Montana 30 1147 38.2 8. Portland State 33 1253 38.0 9. Idaho 34 1260 37.1 10. Eastern Washington 33 1194 36.2 11. Northern Colorado 30 1070 35.7 12. Weber State 31 1103 35.6 REBOUNDING DEFENSE ## Team G Reb 1. Idaho State 33 1110 2. Eastern Washington 33 1216 3. Portland State 33 1231 4. North Dakota 31 1172 5. Southern Utah 30 1148

Avg/G 33.6 36.8 37.3 37.8 38.3

Pct .274 .299 .306 .317 .317 .328 .330 .331 .333 .350 .353 .372

6. Montana 7. Idaho 8. Northern Arizona 9. Montana State 10. Northern Colorado 11. Weber State 12. Sacramento State

30 1150 38.3 34 1317 38.7 30 1165 38.8 32 1250 39.1 30 1172 39.1 31 1310 42.3 30 1376 45.9

REBOUNDING MARGIN ## Team G TM Avg OPP Avg 1. Idaho State 33 1325 40.2 1110 33.6 2. Montana State 32 1402 43.8 1250 39.1 3. North Dakota 31 1293 41.7 1172 37.8 4. Southern Utah 30 1229 41.0 1148 38.3 5. Portland State 33 1253 38.0 1231 37.3 6. Northern Arizona 30 1175 39.2 1165 38.8 7. Montana 30 1147 38.2 1150 38.3 8. Eastern Washington 33 1194 36.2 1216 36.8 9. Idaho 34 1260 37.1 1317 38.7 10. Northern Colorado 30 1070 35.7 1172 39.1 11. Sacramento State 30 1215 40.5 1376 45.9 12. Weber State 31 1103 35.6 1310 42.3 BLOCKED SHOTS ## Team 1. North Dakota 2. Portland State 3. Eastern Washington 4. Montana State 5. Idaho State 6. Northern Colorado 7. Montana 8. Idaho 9. Southern Utah 10. Weber State 11. Sacramento State 12. Northern Arizona

G Blocks Avg/G 31 167 5.4 33 163 4.9 33 112 3.4 32 103 3.2 33 103 3.1 30 89 3.0 30 75 2.5 34 83 2.4 30 61 2.0 31 61 2.0 30 46 1.5 30 39 1.3

ASSISTS ## Team 1. Northern Colorado 2. Portland State 3. Montana State 4. Sacramento State 5. Idaho 6. Northern Arizona 7. Southern Utah 8. Weber State North Dakota 10. Eastern Washington 11. Idaho State 12. Montana

G Assists Avg/G 30 556 18.5 33 523 15.8 32 501 15.7 30 460 15.3 34 510 15.0 30 441 14.7 30 440 14.7 31 434 14.0 31 434 14.0 33 442 13.4 33 398 12.1 30 340 11.3

STEALS ## Team 1. Sacramento State 2. Eastern Washington 3. Southern Utah 4. Northern Colorado 5. Weber State 6. Portland State 7. North Dakota 8. Montana State 9. Northern Arizona 10. Montana 11. Idaho State 12. Idaho

G 30 33 30 30 31 33 31 32 30 30 33 34

+/+6.5 +4.8 +3.9 +2.7 +0.7 +0.3 -0.1 -0.7 -1.7 -3.4 -5.4 -6.7

Steals Avg/G 368 12.3 340 10.3 297 9.9 264 8.8 255 8.2 263 8.0 244 7.9 230 7.2 184 6.1 178 5.9 193 5.8 190 5.6

TURNOVER MARGIN ## Team G TM Avg OPP Avg +/1. Sacramento State 30 442 14.7 634 21.1 +6.40


2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Northern Colorado Weber State Eastern Washington Montana State Northern Arizona Southern Utah Idaho North Dakota Montana Idaho State Portland State

30 435 14.5 530 17.7 +3.17 31 445 14.4 533 17.2 +2.84 33 532 16.1 587 17.8 +1.67 32 499 15.6 488 15.3 -0.34 30 423 14.1 410 13.7 -0.43 30 537 17.9 521 17.4 -0.53 34 449 13.2 421 12.4 -0.82 31 501 16.2 473 15.3 -0.90 30 451 15.0 410 13.7 -1.37 33 573 17.4 448 13.6 -3.79 33 660 20.0 503 15.2 -4.76

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio 1. Northern Colorado 30 556 18.5 435 14.5 1.3 2. Idaho 34 510 15.0 449 13.2 1.1 3. Northern Arizona 30 441 14.7 423 14.1 1.0 4. Sacramento State 30 460 15.3 442 14.7 1.0 5. Montana State 32 501 15.7 499 15.6 1.0 6. Weber State 31 434 14.0 445 14.4 1.0 7. North Dakota 31 434 14.0 501 16.2 0.9 8. Eastern Washington 33 442 13.4 532 16.1 0.8 9. Southern Utah 30 440 14.7 537 17.9 0.8 10. Portland State 33 523 15.8 660 20.0 0.8 11. Montana 30 340 11.3 451 15.0 0.8 12. Idaho State 33 398 12.1 573 17.4 0.7 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team G No. 1. Sacramento State 30 528 2. Southern Utah 30 439 3. North Dakota 31 421 4. Montana State 32 433 5. Northern Arizona 30 401 6. Montana 30 400 7. Idaho State 33 428 8. Eastern Washington 33 397 9. Weber State 31 357 10. Northern Colorado 30 299 11. Portland State 33 319 12. Idaho 34 312

Avg/G 17.6 14.6 13.6 13.5 13.4 13.3 13.0 12.0 11.5 10.0 9.7 9.2

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Team G No. 1. Montana State 32 969 2. Portland State 33 934 3. North Dakota 31 872 4. Idaho 34 948 5. Idaho State 33 897 6. Southern Utah 30 790 7. Northern Arizona 30 774 8. Northern Colorado 30 771 9. Montana 30 747 10. Eastern Washington 33 797 11. Weber State 31 746 12. Sacramento State 30 687

Avg/G 30.3 28.3 28.1 27.9 27.2 26.3 25.8 25.7 24.9 24.2 24.1 22.9

DEFENSIVE REB PCT. ## Team G D-Reb 1. Idaho State 33 897 2. Montana State 32 969 3. North Dakota 31 872 4. Idaho 34 948 5. Montana 30 747 6. Southern Utah 30 790 7. Northern Arizona 30 774 8. Portland State 33 934 9. Northern Colorado 30 771 10. Weber State 31 746 11. Eastern Washington 33 797 12. Sacramento State 30 687

O-Reb D-Reb Pct 332 .730 385 .716 361 .707 398 .704 339 .688 362 .686 363 .681 464 .668 394 .662 382 .661 422 .654 367 .652

OFFENSIVE REB PCT. ## Team G O-Reb 1. Southern Utah 30 439 2. Idaho State 33 428 3. Sacramento State 30 528 4. North Dakota 31 421 5. Montana State 32 433 6. Northern Arizona 30 401 Eastern Washington 33 397 8. Montana 30 400 9. Portland State 33 319 10. Weber State 31 357 11. Northern Colorado 30 299 12. Idaho 34 312

D-Reb O-Reb Pct. 786 .358 778 .355 1009 .344 811 .342 865 .334 802 .333 794 .333 811 .330 767 .294 928 .278 778 .278 919 .253

3-POINT FG MADE ## Team 1. Sacramento State 2. Idaho 3. Northern Colorado 4. Weber State 5. Montana State 6. Northern Arizona 7. Eastern Washington 8. Idaho State 9. North Dakota 10. Portland State 11. Southern Utah 12. Montana

Avg/G 10.7 10.4 8.1 7.8 7.7 7.6 6.5 6.2 6.0 4.4 4.0 4.0

G 3FG 30 320 34 354 30 244 31 243 32 245 30 228 33 213 33 205 31 186 33 144 30 121 30 120

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2016-17 BIG SKY INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS SCORING ## Player-Team 1. Mikayla Ferenz-UI 2. Peyton Ferris-MSU 3. Delaney Hodgins-EWU 4. Savannah Smith-UNC 5. Ashley Bolston-PSU 6. Sidney Rielly-PSU 7. Maranne Johnson-SAC 8. Makailah Dyer-UND 9. Olivia Lucero-NAU 10. Deeshyra Thomas-WSU 11. Courtney Smith-UNC 12. Savannah Scott-UNC 13. Tisha Phillips-EWU 14. Riley Nordgaard-MSU 15. Emily Drake-WSU 16. Jessica Richardson-SUU 17. Geraldine McCorkell-UI 18. Taylor Pierce-UI 19. Darri Frandsen-SUU 20. Ashli Payne-EWU 21. Emily Easom-SAC 22. Lexi Klabo-UND 23. Rene Coggins-NAU 24. Grace Kenyon-ISU 25. Saylair Grandon-ISU 26. Taylor Goligoski-UM 27. Courtney West-PSU 28. Samantha Roscoe-UND 29. Ashlyn Crenshaw-SAC 30. Raina Perez-NAU

G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg/G 34 218 91 103 630 18.5 32 218 23 117 576 18.0 33 223 62 71 579 17.5 30 160 80 76 476 15.9 33 174 29 144 521 15.8 33 204 37 74 519 15.7 30 172 93 14 451 15.0 31 138 61 128 465 15.0 28 139 43 92 413 14.8 28 165 14 59 403 14.4 28 179 1 34 393 14.0 30 137 50 96 420 14.0 32 166 48 67 447 14.0 29 121 64 81 387 13.3 31 143 71 53 410 13.2 30 151 3 78 383 12.8 33 153 44 71 421 12.8 34 145 93 44 427 12.6 30 143 3 87 376 12.5 33 138 52 79 407 12.3 28 105 54 80 344 12.3 31 121 9 116 367 11.8 30 119 61 47 346 11.5 31 125 13 71 334 10.8 26 99 29 53 280 10.8 30 124 33 39 320 10.7 33 161 0 24 346 10.5 30 118 18 58 312 10.4 30 117 44 29 307 10.2 30 112 49 30 303 10.1

REBOUNDING ## Player-Team 1. Margaret Huntington-SAC 2. Lexi Klabo-UND 3. Riley Nordgaard-MSU 4. Darri Frandsen-SUU 5. Peyton Ferris-MSU 6. Courtney West-PSU 7. Ashli Payne-EWU 8. Brittani Lusain-NAU 9. Grace Kenyon-ISU 10. Blaire Braxton-MSU 11. Jessica Richardson-SUU 12. Geraldine McCorkell-UI 13. Kaleigh Paplow-NAU 14. Brooke Reilly-UI 15. Fallyn Freije-UND 16. Delaney Hodgins-EWU 17. Courtney Smith-UNC 18. Whitney Johnson-SUU 19. Savannah Scott-UNC 20. Cici West-PSU

G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G 30 92 181 273 9.1 31 82 175 257 8.3 29 59 180 239 8.2 30 104 135 239 8.0 32 92 149 241 7.5 33 52 194 246 7.5 33 63 168 231 7.0 26 73 105 178 6.8 31 48 164 212 6.8 32 77 141 218 6.8 30 59 145 204 6.8 33 60 163 223 6.8 30 72 130 202 6.7 33 47 167 214 6.5 31 66 133 199 6.4 33 50 156 206 6.2 28 40 125 165 5.9 24 59 81 140 5.8 30 47 121 168 5.6 33 42 137 179 5.4

FIELD GOAL PCT ## Player-Team 1. Courtney Smith-UNC 2. Lexi Klabo-UND 3. Sidney Rielly-PSU 4. Courtney West-PSU 5. Savannah Scott-UNC 6. Peyton Ferris-MSU 7. Deeshyra Thomas-WSU 8. Kaleigh Paplow-NAU 9. Delaney Hodgins-EWU 10. Estefania Ors-ISU 11. Darri Frandsen-SUU 12. Mikayla Ferenz-UI 13. Ashley Bolston-PSU

G 28 31 33 33 30 32 28 30 33 33 30 34 33

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FG 179 121 204 161 137 218 165 95 223 106 143 218 174

FGA Pct 298 .601 221 .548 385 .530 305 .528 275 .498 448 .487 340 .485 209 .455 492 .453 236 .449 321 .445 497 .439 398 .437

14. Ashli Payne-EWU 15. Jessica Richardson-SUU

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138 151

318 .434 349 .433

ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. Rebecca Cardenas-SUU 2. Karlee Wilson-UI 3. Ashley Bolston-PSU 4. Hannah Caudill-MSU 5. Justyce Dawson-SAC 6. Tisha Phillips-EWU 7. Krysta Leger-Walker-UNC 8. Savannah Scott-UNC 9. McKenzie Johnston-UM 10. Tiara Scott-SAC 11. Deeshyra Thomas-WSU 12. Grace Kenyon-ISU 13. Jaiamoni Welch-Coleman-WSU 14. Brittani Lusain-NAU 15. Mikayla Ferenz-UI

G 30 32 33 30 30 32 30 30 30 30 28 31 31 26 34

Assists Avg/G 149 5.0 157 4.9 153 4.6 131 4.4 130 4.3 125 3.9 111 3.7 107 3.6 91 3.0 88 2.9 80 2.9 88 2.8 87 2.8 72 2.8 94 2.8

FREE THROW PCT ## Player-Team 1. Savannah Scott-UNC 2. Mikayla Ferenz-UI 3. Ashley Bolston-PSU 4. Karlee Wilson-UI 5. Riley Nordgaard-MSU 6. Emily Easom-SAC 7. Ashli Payne-EWU 8. Saylair Grandon-ISU 9. Olivia Lucero-NAU 10. Sidney Rielly-PSU 11. Lexi Klabo-UND 12. Savannah Smith-UNC 13. Jessica Richardson-SUU 14. Makailah Dyer-UND 15. Kaleigh Paplow-NAU

G 30 34 33 32 29 28 33 26 28 33 31 30 30 31 30

FTM FTA Pct 96 107 .897 103 116 .888 144 174 .828 76 93 .817 81 100 .810 80 100 .800 79 100 .790 53 68 .779 92 119 .773 74 96 .771 116 151 .768 76 99 .768 78 103 .757 128 170 .753 64 86 .744

STEALS ## Player-Team 1. Maranne Johnson-SAC 2. Rebecca Cardenas-SUU 3. Symone Starks-EWU 4. Ashley Bolston-PSU 5. Kianna Williams-UNC 6. Ashlyn Crenshaw-SAC 7. Savannah Smith-UNC 8. Riley Nordgaard-MSU 9. Tisha Phillips-EWU 10. Skylee Doman-SUU 11. Deeshyra Thomas-WSU 12. Karlee Wilson-UI 13. Delaney Hodgins-EWU 14. Krysta Leger-Walker-UNC 15. Peyton Ferris-MSU

G 30 30 32 33 30 30 30 29 32 30 28 32 33 30 32

Steals Avg/G 87 2.9 83 2.8 76 2.4 75 2.3 63 2.1 62 2.1 60 2.0 56 1.9 61 1.9 54 1.8 46 1.6 49 1.5 50 1.5 42 1.4 42 1.3

3-POINT FG PCT ## Player-Team 1. Savannah Scott-UNC 2. Estefania Ors-ISU 3. Tisha Phillips-EWU 4. Ashli Payne-EWU 5. Saylair Grandon-ISU 6. Hannah Caudill-MSU 7. Michaela Kay-PSU 8. Sidney Rielly-PSU 9. Katie Longwell-UNC 10. Riley Nordgaard-MSU 11. Ashlyn Crenshaw-SAC 12. Delaney Hodgins-EWU

G 30 33 32 33 26 30 32 33 30 29 30 33

3FG 50 39 48 52 29 69 40 37 41 64 44 62

FGA Pct 111 .450 94 .415 118 .407 130 .400 74 .392 178 .388 105 .381 101 .366 112 .366 175 .366 121 .364 171 .363


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91 61 93

251 .363 169 .361 259 .359

3-POINT FG MADE ## Player-Team 1. Maranne Johnson-SAC 2. Taylor Pierce-UI 3. Mikayla Ferenz-UI 4. Savannah Smith-UNC 5. Hannah Caudill-MSU 6. Emily Drake-WSU 7. Riley Nordgaard-MSU 8. Rene Coggins-NAU 9. Makailah Dyer-UND Kailie Quinn-WSU 11. Emily Easom-SAC 12. Yarden Danan-WSU 13. Delaney Hodgins-EWU 14. Jamie Smith-SUU 15. Savannah Scott-UNC

G 30 34 34 30 30 31 29 30 31 31 28 30 33 30 30

3FG Avg/G 93 3.1 93 2.7 91 2.7 80 2.7 69 2.3 71 2.3 64 2.2 61 2.0 61 2.0 61 2.0 54 1.9 57 1.9 62 1.9 53 1.8 50 1.7

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team 1. Courtney West-PSU 2. Samantha Roscoe-UND 3. Lexi Klabo-UND 4. Delaney Hodgins-EWU 5. Courtney Smith-UNC 6. Darri Frandsen-SUU 7. Blaire Braxton-MSU 8. Geraldine McCorkell-UI 9. Grace Kenyon-ISU 10. Pia Jurhar-PSU 11. Makailah Dyer-UND 12. Peyton Ferris-MSU 13. Kianna Williams-UNC 14. Freya Newton-ISU 15. Madeline Smith-MSU

G 33 30 31 33 28 30 32 33 31 29 31 32 30 33 32

Blocks Avg/G 94 2.8 50 1.7 46 1.5 46 1.4 37 1.3 37 1.2 33 1.0 27 0.8 25 0.8 23 0.8 24 0.8 22 0.7 18 0.6 19 0.6 17 0.5

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO ## Player-Team 1. Justyce Dawson-SAC 2. Karlee Wilson-UI 3. Rebecca Cardenas-SUU 4. Savannah Scott-UNC 5. Hannah Caudill-MSU 6. McKenzie Johnston-UM 7. Krysta Leger-Walker-UNC 8. Tisha Phillips-EWU 9. Ashley Bolston-PSU

G 30 32 30 30 30 30 30 32 33

Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio 130 4.3 47 1.6 2.8 157 4.9 78 2.4 2.0 149 5.0 80 2.7 1.9 107 3.6 67 2.2 1.6 131 4.4 85 2.8 1.5 91 3.0 72 2.4 1.3 111 3.7 89 3.0 1.2 125 3.9 110 3.4 1.1 153 4.6 136 4.1 1.1

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team 1. Darri Frandsen-SUU 2. Margaret Huntington-SAC 3. Peyton Ferris-MSU 4. Brittani Lusain-NAU 5. Lexi Klabo-UND 6. Whitney Johnson-SUU 7. Blaire Braxton-MSU 8. Kaleigh Paplow-NAU 9. Fallyn Freije-UND 10. Rebecca Cardenas-SUU 11. Riley Nordgaard-MSU 12. Jessica Richardson-SUU 13. Ashli Payne-EWU 14. Bradlee Cotton-NAU 15. Lindsay Brown-ISU

G 30 30 32 26 31 24 32 30 31 30 29 30 33 30 33

No. 104 92 92 73 82 59 77 72 66 62 59 59 63 57 61

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ## Player-Team 1. Riley Nordgaard-MSU 2. Margaret Huntington-SAC 3. Courtney West-PSU 4. Lexi Klabo-UND 5. Grace Kenyon-ISU 6. Ashli Payne-EWU 7. Brooke Reilly-UI 8. Geraldine McCorkell-UI 9. Jessica Richardson-SUU 10. Delaney Hodgins-EWU 11. Peyton Ferris-MSU 12. Darri Frandsen-SUU 13. Courtney Smith-UNC 14. Blaire Braxton-MSU 15. Kaleigh Paplow-NAU

G 29 30 33 31 31 33 33 33 30 33 32 30 28 32 30

No. 180 181 194 175 164 168 167 163 145 156 149 135 125 141 130

MINUTES PLAYED ## Player-Team 1. Rene Coggins-NAU 2. Delaney Hodgins-EWU 3. Kailie Quinn-WSU 4. Mikayla Ferenz-UI 5. Emily Drake-WSU 6. Deeshyra Thomas-WSU 7. Freya Newton-ISU 8. Ashley Bolston-PSU 9. Savannah Smith-UNC 10. Taylor Goligoski-UM

G 30 33 31 34 31 28 33 33 30 30

Min. Avg/G 1078 35.9 1151 34.9 1078 34.8 1175 34.6 1025 33.1 903 32.2 1058 32.1 1054 31.9 956 31.9 954 31.8

Avg/G 6.2 6.0 5.9 5.6 5.3 5.1 5.1 4.9 4.8 4.7 4.7 4.5 4.5 4.4 4.3

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13. Mikayla Ferenz-UI 14. Makailah Dyer-UND 15. Taylor Pierce-UI

Avg/G 3.5 3.1 2.9 2.8 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.1 2.1 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.9 1.8

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THE BIG SKY CONFERENCE The Big Sky Conference enters its 55th year and 30th year of women’s competition during the 2017-18 academic year. The venerable Division I Big Sky Conference observed its 50th birthday on July 1, 2013. Four of the current league members – Idaho State University, The University of Montana, Montana State and Weber State – have been with the league since its birth. Fellow charter member the University of Idaho returned most of its sports to the Big Sky on July 1, 2014. Northern Arizona University enters its 48th season in the league, giving the league five members with at least 40 years of continuous membership. The Big Sky Conference welcomed North Dakota and Southern Utah on July 1, 2012 as full members. UC Davis and Cal Poly joined as football affiliate members. Eastern Washington University, the University of Northern Colorado, Portland State University and Sacramento State round out the current membership. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. Six times, Big Sky teams have won the Division I National Championship, including Eastern Washington in 2010. The Big Sky is one of three conferences in the western United States playing Division I football. Northern Arizona University helped the league capture its first non-football national championship, as the Lumberjacks won the 2016 NCAA Division I Men’s Cross Country Championship. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. The Big Sky’s full members represent nine states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Red River Valley of North Dakota. The league is represented along the entire west coast with institutions in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. The University of Idaho, which was a member from 1963-96, will once again compete in the Big Sky in the majority of its sports. Idaho’s football program will also begin competing in the Big Sky Conference in 2018. The University of North Dakota will begin transitioning out of the Big Sky Conference after the 2017-18 season. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 16 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. The Big Sky sponsored softball for the first time in 2013. Men’s golf returned as a championship sport in 2014-15 for the first time since 2002. The University of Hartford and Binghamton University have joined the Big Sky as affiliate members in golf. In 1988-89, the Big Sky Conference first began sponsoring women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Andrea Williams, the sixth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, is in her second year at the helm. Williams took over the Big Sky on July 1, 2016, replacing longtime commissioner Doug Fullerton. Fullerton served the league for 21 years. Ron Stephenson, who passed away in 2011, preceded Fullerton. Serving as commissioner from 1981 through June 1995. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81, while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

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2017 BIG SKY CHAMPIONSHIP

BIG SKY CHAMPIONSHIP SCORES

First Round (March 6) #8 Weber State 98, #9 Sacramento State 97 (ot) #5 Idaho 83, #12 Southern Utah 68 #6 Idaho State 63, #11 Montana 53 #7 Portland State 88, #10 Northern Arizona 76 Quarterfinal (March 8) #1 Montana State 65, #8 Weber State 53 #4 Eastern Washington 73, #5 Idaho 64 #7 Portland State 65, #2 North Dakota 62 #6 Idaho State 60, #3 Northern Colorado 59 Semifinal (March 10) #1 Montana State 61, #4 Eastern Washington 59 #6 Idaho State 54, #7 Portland State 50 Championship (March 11) #1 Montana State 62, #6 Idaho State 56

2017 BIG SKY ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Peyton Ferris (MVP) - Montana State Riley Nordgaard - Montana State Grace Kenyon - Idaho State Bianca Thacker - Idaho State Ashley Bolston - Portland State Delaney Hodgins - Eastern Washington

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Opponent Adams State Air Force Alaska Anchorage Albany American Antelope Valley Arkansas State Arizona Arizona State Ball State Baylor Biola Binghamton Boise State Bradley Bucknell BYU California Cal Poly Cal Poly Pomona CSU Bakersfield CS Dominguez Hills CS Fullerton CS Los Angeles CSUN Central Florida Chapman Chicago State Colorado Colorado State Connecticut Cornell Creighton Dayton Denver Dixie State Drake Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Florida State Fort Lewis Fresno Pacific Fresno State Grand Canyon Hartford Hawai’i Hawai’i Pacific Idaho Idaho State Illinois Indiana Iona Iowa State Jacksonville State Kansas Kansas State Kent State Lamar Long Beach State LIU Brooklyn Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola Marymount Manhattan College Memphis Mesa State

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W-L 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 6-25 4-30 0-2 0-2 2-2 1-0 2-16 0-2 1-0 1-7 0-1 4-2 0-5 0-2 1-0 5-0 0-1 15-10 1-0 2-3 1-0 2-15 5-6 0-1 1-0 1-3 1-0 4-2 1-0 0-4 1-0 1-0 1-0 26-37 0-1 1-0 1-0 9-1 1-0 2-2 5-2 1-0 1-9 1-0 9-16 26-40 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-3 1-0 0-1 0-2 2-1 1-1 1-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 8-2 1-0 0-1 2-0

Stk. Last Meeting W1 11/15/11 (W, 76-50) W1 12/12/98 (W, 68-54) W1 11/24/99 (W, 69-64) W1 11/26/04 (W, 64-61) W1 12/7/96 (W, 81-63) W1 11/13/16 (W, 109-60) L2 12/5/09 (L, 65-62) L8 11/15/10 (L, 71-49) L5 11/12/10 (L, 81-46) L2 11/21/09 (L, 74-69) L2 3/18/06 (L, 74-56) W2 12/2/88 (W, 84-49) W1 11/26/10 (W, 61-57) L3 2/15/96 (L, 82-80) L2 11/24/12 (L, 95-83) W1 12/28/91 (W, 75-68) L2 12/10/05 (L, 82-48) L1 12/16/77 (L, 67-63) L1 11/18/16 (L, 58-53) L5 1/9/88 (L, 61-39) L2 11/12/12 (L, 71-68) W1 2/12/86 (W, 77-37) W5 11/30/12 (W, 55-54) L1 1/10/81 (L, 107-59) L3 12/1/16 (L, 83-79) W1 11/22/04 (W, 52-46) W2 1/17/87 (W, 65-46) W1 11/29/98 (W, 73-65) L2 12/9/15 (L, 90-66) L4 12/19/00 (L, 77-54) L1 11/24/95 (L, 87-63) W1 12/29/88 (W, 80-55) L2 12/21/98 (L, 78-61) W1 11/28/97 (W, 82-47) W1 12/3/16 (W, 82-67) W1 12/12/15 (W, 68-66) L4 11/27/10 (L, 67-52) W1 12/11/87 (W, 63-62) W1 12/19/04 (W, 85-64) W1 12/1/06 (W, 89-69) L1 3/3/17 (L, 79-64) L1 11/26/95 (L, 103-79) W1 11/23/07 (W, 69-63) W1 12/21/02 (W, 79-69) W8 11/29/14 (W, 61-43) W1 11/21/84 (W, 71-56) L1 12/8/01 (L, 73-68) L2 12/19/16 (L, 76-65) W1 12/30/04 (W, 63-59) L2 11/15/15 (L, 61-52) W1 1/8/85 (W, 74-50) W1 3/1/17 (W, 76-61) L2 2/2/17 (L, 64-51) W1 12/20/95 (W, 85-73) L1 12/1/01 (L, 61-56) W1 12/30/10 (W, 74-57) L2 12/22/15 (L, 79-63) W1 11/25/01 (W, 70-47) L1 11/23/99 (L, 69-40) L2 12/20/01 (L, 79-63) W1 11/26/11 (W, 72-56) L1 11/23/16 (L, 75-60) L2 11/27/15 (L, 69-48) L1 12/30/13 (L, 78-72) L1 1/16/86 (L, 76-53) L1 2/22/90 (L, 98-58) W1 12/3/14 (W, 82-64) W1 11/26/05 (W, 65-51) L1 11/14/08 (L, 64-47) W2 2/14/85 (W, 77-59)

Minnesota Mississippi Monmouth Montana Montana State Murray State Nebraska Nebraska-Omaha Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State New Orleans North Carolina State North Dakota North Dakota State North Texas Northern Colorado Northern Iowa Northwestern Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pacific Christian Pepperdine Portland Portland State Princeton Queens College Rice Sacramento State Saint Mary’s (Calif.) Sam Houston State San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Siena South Dakota South Florida Southern Illinois SMU Southern Utah Stanford Texas Texas A&I Texas A&M-C.C. UT Arlington UTEP UTPA UTSA Texas Southern Texas Tech UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UC Riverside UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UMKC UNLV UPR-Mayaguez U.S. International USC Utah Utah State Utah Valley

0-1 L1 12/22/10 (L, 88-70) 1-1 L1 12/17/00 (L, 55-47) 1-1 W1 12/1/96 (W, 82-43) 11-54 L9 2/11/17 (L, 60-59) 22-42 L3 2/9/17 (L, 86-69) 1-0 W1 11/30/01 (W, 63-59) 0-4 L4 12/19/15 (L, 90-67) 0-1 L1 11/18/12 (L, 79-75) 12-5 W2 12/28/05 (W, 66-58) 6-20 L6 12/21/14 (L, 56-37) 4-16 L2 12/11/16 (L, 79-68) 1-0 W1 12/19/03 (W, 63-58) 0-1 L1 11/25/95 (L, 84-71) 2-9 L3 1/28/17 (L, 88-69) 3-1 W1 11/19/10 (W, 76-69) 1-1 L1 12/19/92 (L, 69-48) 5-20 L4 1/26/17 (L, 75-64) 1-2 L1 12/30/94 (L, 71-70) 0-1 L1 12/19/10 (L, 88-70) 1-1 W1 12/30/97 (W, 101-62) 0-1 L1 3/4/82 (L, 84-62) 0-1 L1 12/17/01 (L, 64-56) 0-1 L1 12/13/14 (L, 59-47) 0-2 L2 11/28/09 (L, 62-33) 3-2 W1 12/7/06 (W, 74-59) 1-0 W1 12/12/81 (W, 78-63) 3-7 L5 12/16/14 (L, 66-63) 0-1 L1 1/6/87 (L, 75-66) 23-22 L4 3/6/17 (L, 88-76) 1-0 W1 12/28/96 (W, 64-52) 1-0 W1 11/22/10 (W, 76-69) First Meeting 30-15 W1 2/23/17 (W, 91-88) 0-1 L1 12/4/91 (L, 73-61) 0-1 L1 11/23/98 (L, 78-72) 2-6 L1 2010-11 (L, 78-63) 1-7 L1 12/30/00 (L, 58-50) 0-4 L4 12/20/97 (L, 72-60) 0-1 L1 12/14/79 (L, 93-72) 4-2 L1 12/1/11 (L, 74-64) 1-1 W1 11/24/08 (W, 68-51) 1-0 W1 11/27/09 (W, 71-62) 0-2 L2 11/18/11 (L, 73-56) 0-2 L2 12/20/08 (L, 82-43) 0-1 L1 12/5/86 (L, 77-58) 0-1 L1 3/2/84 (L, 69-57) 21-13 W2 2/18/17 (W, 77-65) 0-1 L1 11/22/96 (L, 96-48) 0-1 L1 11/27/87 (L, 93-34) 1-0 W1 12/3/83 (W, 69-59) 2-2 W1 1/8/06 (W, 72-47) 2-3 L1 11/26/14 (L, 80-62) 11-11 W1 11/11/16 (W, 65-51) 5-1 W5 1/6/05 (W, 55-52) 1-1 W1 1/5/94 (W, 70-47) 1-0 W1 12/2/89 (W, 85-68) 0-1 L1 11/28/81 (L, 69-53) 0-1 L1 11/16/07 (L, 68-52) 3-2 W2 12/4/15 (W, 71-55) 0-3 L3 12/3/88 (L, 80-46) 4-3 L1 12/2/12 (L, 71-43) 2-0 W2 2/14/86 (W, 75-51) 3-2 L1 11/20/16 (L, 60-51) 1-1 L1 11/19/09 (L, 59-58) 2-14 L3 12/29/09 (L, 60-58) 1-0 W1 12/21/05 (W, 79-44) 6-5 W1 2/4/89 (W, 63-61) 0-1 L1 11/15/02 (L, 63-55) 0-8 L8 12/21/16 (L, 78-65) 4-15 L4 12/19/11 (L, 70-51) 2-2 W1 11/30/13 (W, 80-66)


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 0-2 0-1 1-0 0-2 1-0 33-46 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 0-2 1-6 1-0

L2 L1 W1 L2 W1 L3 L1 W1 L1 L1 L1 L1 W1 L2 L2 W1

11/17/06 (L, 62-56) 12/8/05 (L, 57-41) 12/19/95 (W, 80-50) 11/17/07 (L, 83-70) 12/15/84 (W, 86-75) 2/4/17 (L, 75-64) 1/5/85 (L, 72-66) 12/28/89 (W, 70-63) 11/18/00 (L, 71-55) 11/23/12 (L, 78-67) 11/16/14 (L, 58-54) 12/7/02 (L, 78-73) 111/19/83 (W, 79-58) 12/15/07 (L, 79-27) 12/31/02 (L, 56-51) 11/28/16 (W, 70-49)

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Valparaiso Vanderbilt Virginia Tech Washington Wayland Baptist Weber State West Texas State Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Michigan Western New Mexico Wichita State William Penn Wisconsin-Green Bay Wyoming Youngstown State 2017-18 opponents in bold

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EASTERN WASHINGTON NAU Overall: 26-37 Cheney: 7-24; Flagstaff: 19-12; Neutral: 0-1 1980-81 Home L 77-68 1985-86 Home W 59-53 1986-87 Away L 85-75 1987-88 Away L 88-70 Home L 62-51 1988-89 Away L 68-66 Home W 60-51 1989-90 Away L 83-67 Home W Forfeit 1990-91 Away L 69-52 Home L 72-64 1991-92 Away L 72-65 Home L 71-56 1992-93 Away L 79-65 Home L 65-52 1993-94 Home W 60-58 Away W 67-66 1994-95 Away L 81-68 Home L 62-59 1995-96 Home W 78-65 Away W 65-63 1996-97 Away W 68-58 Home W 70-60 1997-98 Home W 76-34 Away W 75-54 1998-99 Away L 59-57 Home W 91-72 1999-00 Home W 53-46 Away L 61-41 2000-01 Away W 60-52 Home W 61-59 2001-02 Home W 65-54 Away L 70-57 2002-03 Home L 59-52 Away L 79-77 2003-04 Away L 73-66 Home W 73-60 2004-05 Away L 65-44 Home L(2ot) 82-78 2005-06 Home W 74-61 Away L 67-57 2006-07 Home W 76-51 Away W 66-63 2007-08 Home W 82-70 Away L 69-62 2008-09 Away L(ot) 74-60 Home W 70-68 2009-10 Home L 66-52 Away L 71-64 2010-11 Home L 60-53 Away L 59-54 2011-12 Home L 74-56 Away L 84-58 2012-13 Home W 83-68 Away W 62-58 2013-14 Away L 92-68 Home W 86-78 2014-15 Away L 73-42 Neutral L 73-57 2015-16 Home L 81-71 Away L 72-65 2016-17 Home W 56-47 Away L 79-64

IDAHO NAU Overall: 9-16 Moscow: 3-10; Flagstaff: 6-6; Neutral: 0-0 1987-88 Away

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Home W 63-51 1988-89 Away L 78-69 Home L 67-54 1989-90 Away L 52-33 Home W 56-54 1990-91 Away L 87-40 Home L 59-56 1991-92 Away L 87-75 Home L 58-53 1992-93 Away L 78-44 Home L 59-44 1993-94 Home W 56-53 Away L 68-60 1994-95 Away L 78-73 Home W 71-66 1995-96 Home W 88-60 Away W 79-60 1998-99 Away L 64-54 2000-01 Home W 61-48 2014-15 Away L 78-43 2015-16 Home L 72-51 Away L 76-59 2016-17 Home L 90-81 Away W 76-61

IDAHO STATE NAU Overall: 26-40 Pocatello: 9-23; Flagstaff: 17-16; Neutral: 0-1

Away L Neutral L 2007-08 Home W Away L 2008-09 Away W Home L 2009-10 Away L Home L 2010-11 Away L Home W 2011-12 Home L Away L 2012-13 Home L Away L 2013-14 Away L Home L 2014-15 Away L Home W 2015-16 Home W Away L 2016-17 Home L

95-79 84-78 82-67 85-70 66-60 62-60 67-60 71-64 64-54 59-55 49-44 62-54 52-48 67-46 82-72 72-65 69-68 64-47 63-62 71-61 64-51

MONTANA NAU Overall: 11-54 Missoula: 3-30; Flagstaff: 7-22; Neutral: 1-2

1987-88 Home L 67-46 Away L 75-55 1988-89 Home L 69-51 1979-80 Home L 67-55 Away L 74-58 Away L 97-72 1989-90 Home L 67-59 1980-81 Away W 78-72 Away L 81-51 Home L 78-62 1990-91 Home L 66-41 1981-82 Home W 77-75 Away L 75-50 Away L 82-75 1991-92 Away L 72-34 1987-88 Home W 56-52 Home L 76-58 Away L 57-54 1992-93 Home L 80-31 1988-89 Away W 64-60 Away L 71-29 Home W 54-51 1993-94 Away L 65-41 1989-90 Home L 54-53 Home L 73-37 Away L 71-64 Away L 74-41 1990-91 Home L 79-42 1994-95 Away L 89-66 Away L 90-63 Home L 68-49 1991-92 Home L 74-73 1995-96 Home L 71-52 Away L 102-62 Away L 91-61 1992-93 Away L 76-64 1996-97 Home L 65-56 Home L 77-57 Away L 74-63 1993-94 Home W 69-56 Away L 73-42 Away L 52-45 1997-98 Away L 73-64 1994-95 Home W 85-66 Home W 85-75 Away L 69-61 Away L 58-48 1995-96 Away W 83-73 1998-99 Home W 66-50 Home W 80-60 Away L 71-55 1996-97 Away L 74-62 1999-00 Away L 67-51 Home W 71-53 Home W 58-53 1997-98 Home W 71-57 2000-01 Home W 65-58 Away W 64-56 Away L 73-47 1998-99 Away W(ot) 69-64 2001-02 Away L 68-47 Home L 63-56 Home W(ot) 76-74 1999-00 Home L 61-54 2002-03 Home L 69-47 Away L 59-48 Away L 79-64 2000-01 Away L 78-53 Neutral L 65-58 Home L 63-56 2003-04 Away L 74-37 2001-02 Home W 69-35 Home L 56-48 Away W 72-61 2004-05 Home L 61-57 2002-03 Away W 59-56 Away W 61-55 Home W 82-60 2005-06 Away W 65-60 2003-04 Home L 64-59 Home L 57-55 Away L 68-64 Neutral W 73-66 2004-05 Away W 76-69 2006-07 Away L 78-64 Home W 75-64 Home L 61-50 2005-06 Home W 74-64 Away W 64-59 Away L 84-71 2007-08 Away L 77-55 2006-07 Home W 70-62 Home L 87-58

2008-09 Home L 74-49 Away L 76-48 2009-10 Away L 54-48 Home L 72-66 2010-11 Home W 64-60 Away L 84-61 2011-12 Away L 60-48 Home W 74-70 2012-13 Away L(ot) 79-71 Home L 59-51 2013-14 Home L 87-67 Away L 83-66 2014-15 Home L 69-42 2015-16 Away L 81-58 Home L 61-57 Neutral L 78-63 2016-17 Away L 60-59

MONTANA STATE NAU Overall: 22-42 Bozeman: 7-22; Flagstaff: 13-16; Neutral: 2-4 1987-88 Home L 73-61 Away L 84-43 1988-89 Home L 72-63 Away L 92-58 1989-90 Home W 58-42 Away L 57-41 1990-91 Home L 77-48 Away L 68-51 1991-92 Away L 90-55 Home L 82-51 1992-93 Home L 60-53 Away L 72-52 1993-94 Away W 62-57 Home L 67-62 1994-95 Away L 83-71 Home W 70-64 1995-96 Home L 82-75 Away L 83-66 Neutral L 93-72 1996-97 Home W 75-66 Away L 80-75 1997-98 Away W 80-77 Home W 79-76 1998-99 Home L 72-69 Away L(ot) 59-54 Neutral W 68-56 1999-00 Away L 72-59 Home W 73-56 2000-01 Home W 65-58 Away L 77-61 2001-02 Away L 76-74 Home W 71-62 2002-03 Home L 78-75 Away L 86-78 2003-04 Away W 77-62 Home L 68-66 Neutral L 72-54 2004-05 Home W 86-60 Away W 71-66 2005-06 Away L 57-55 Home W 84-56 2006-07 Away W 60-52 Home W 66-47 Neutral W 76-53 2007-08 Away L 78-65 Home W 71-70 Neutral L 84-78 2008-09 Home W 76-61 Away W 79-60 Neutral L 74-64 2009-10 Away W 76-64 Home L 68-64


2010-11 Home L 82-70 Away L 80-64 2011-12 Away L 77-65 Home L 83-78 2012-13 Away L 69-52 Home L 68-66 2013-14 Home L 80-72 Away L 99-85 2014-15 Home W 79-64 2015-16 Away L(ot) 86-77 Home L 83-72 2016-17 Away L 86-69

NORTH DAKOTA NAU Overall: 2-9 Grand Forks: 0-6; Flagstaff: 2-3; Neutral: 0-0 2008-09 Home L 94-71 2009-10 Away L 69-55 2012-13 Away L 70-50 Home W(ot) 64-60 2013-14 Home L 91-83 Away L 71-41 2014-15 Away L 78-62 Home W(2ot) 72-68 2015-16 Away L 63-56 2016-17 Home L 80-78 Away L 88-69

NORTHERN COLORADO NAU Overall: 5-20 Greeley: 3-10; Flagstaff: 2-10; Neutral: 0-0 1975-76 Away L 88-44 1976-77 Home L 68-48 1977-78 Away L 73-65 1978-79 Home L 79-76 2006-07 Home W 79-45 Away W 86-49 2007-08 Home L 63-56 Away L 85-67 2008-09 Away L 59-53 Home W 64-49 2009-10 Away L 66-56 Home L 66-56 2010-11 Away L 72-58 Home L 62-56 2011-12 Away L 77-71 Home L 75-63 2012-13 Away L 69-54 Home L 71-43 2013-14 Home L(ot) 86-82 Away W 86-70 2014-15 Away W 51-49 Home L 88-67 2015-16 Away L 79-55 2016-17 Home L 69-66 Away L 75-64

PORTLAND STATE NAU Overall: 23-22 Portland: 8-13; Flagstaff: 14-8; Neutral: 1-1 1985-86 Home W 74-48 1986-87 Away L 76-68 1996-97 Away L 67-57 Home W 83-58 1997-98 Home W 79-46 Away W 62-48 1998-99 Away L 81-72 Home W 71-56 1999-00 Home W 55-34

Away L 64-55 2000-01 Away W 70-62 Home W 68-48 2001-02 Home W 72-46 Away W 55-52 2002-03 Home W 65-42 Away L 63-56 2003-04 Away W 75-69 Home L 75-68 2004-05 Away W 74-60 Home W 76-63 2005-06 Home W 73-67 Away W 94-77 Neutral W 80-68 2006-07 Home W(ot) 72-71 Away L 73-65 2007-08 Home L 71-56 Away L 89-63 2008-09 Away L 87-58 Home L 69-57 2009-10 Home W 86-80 Away L 74-56 2010-11 Home L 56-48 Away L 76-55 2011-12 Home L 84-74 Away L 73-59 2012-13 Home L 60-59 Away L 66-61 2013-14 Away W 88-67 Home W 84-61 2014-15 Home W 94-46 Away W 79-62 2015-16 Home L 88-80 2016-17 Away L 56-55 Home L(ot) 74-73 Neutral L 88-76

SACRAMENTO STATE NAU Overall: 30-15 Sacramento: 13-9; Flagstaff: 16-6; Neutral: 1-0 1992-93 Away L 63-55 Home W 80-74 1995-96 Away W 93-86 1996-97 Home W 64-51 Away L 77-69 1997-98 Away W 89-60 Home W 74-61 1998-99 Away W 64-53 Home W 79-64 1999-00 Home W 75-48 Away W 74-57 2000-01 Home W 82-62 Away W 59-56 2001-02 Home W 101-29 Away W 72-40 2002-03 Home W 73-44 Away W 75-64 2003-04 Away W 60-51 Home W 78-61 2004-05 Home W 55-49 Away W 60-50 Neutral W 67-58 2005-06 Home W 68-54 Away L 61-59 2006-07 Away W 76-54 Home W 83-46 2007-08 Home L 62-53 Away W 77-62 2008-09 Away W 61-58 Home L(ot) 83-80 2009-10 Away L 77-66 Home L 104-98 2010-11 Home W 83-64

Away W 82-77 2011-12 Away L(2ot) 91-85 Home W 94-56 2012-13 Away L 73-67 Home L 78-68 2013-14 Away L 104-79 Home L 99-91 2014-15 Home W 64-60 Away L 105-81 2015-16 Home L 111-79 2016-17 Away L 82-76 Home W 91-88

SOUTHERN UTAH NAU Overall: 21-13 Cedar City: 4-11; Flagstaff: 17-2; Neutral: 0-0 1981-82 Home W 78-52 1982-83 Away W 69-56 Home W 75-54 1983-84 Away L 67-63 Home W 67-63 1986-87 Home W 94-70 Away L 71-63 1987-88 Home W 73-52 1988-89 Home W 74-49 1991-92 Away L 82-68 Home W 70-57 1992-93 Away L 80-63 Home L 76-60 1993-94 Home L 71-58 Away L 71-61 1995-96 Home W 65-62 1997-98 Away L 77-75 1998-99 Home W 76-68 2001-02 Home W 84-46 2002-03 Away L 68-67 2004-05 Home W 67-51 2005-06 Away W 88-69 2006-07 Home W 63-44 2008-09 Away L 76-64 2012-13 Away W 71-61 Home W(ot) 76-74 2013-14 Home W 82-77 Away L 93-59 2014-15 Away L 63-53 Home W(ot) 73-64 2015-16 Home W 57-48 Away L 73-68 2016-17 Away W(ot) 77-68 Home W 77-65

WEBER STATE NAU Overall: 33-46 Ogden: 13-24; Flagstaff: 17-19; Neutral: 3-3 1974-75 Away L 65-37 1975-76 Home L 83-32 1976-77 Away L 70-53 1977-78 Away L 75-63 1978-79 Home L 99-72 1979-80 Away L 88-61 Home L 95-75 1980-81 Home L 82-61 Away L 81-59 1981-82 Away L 74-59 Home L 75-66 1983-84 Neutral W 82-75 1984-85 Away W 79-76 1985-86 Home W 94-68 1986-87 Away L 75-52 1987-88 Home W 50-47 Away W 63-53

1988-89 Away L 82-64 Home W 83-66 1989-90 Away L 80-52 Home W 76-74 1990-91 Home L 97-59 Away L 66-58 1991-92 Home L 61-47 Away L 95-54 1992-93 Home L 70-68 Away L 81-70 1993-94 Home W 71-64 Away L 76-75 1994-95 Away W 92-77 Home W 80-74 1995-96 Home L 82-78 Away L 99-85 1996-97 Away W 65-59 Home W 70-55 Neutral W 67-62 1997-98 Home W 78-64 Away W 74-50 1998-99 Away L 70-52 Home W 81-77 1999-00 Home L 75-56 Away L 67-60 Neutral L 62-60 2000-01 Home L(ot) 62-61 Away W 36-30 Neutral L 68-49 2001-02 Home L 76-62 Away L 66-64 2002-03 Away L 86-54 Home W 68-65 2003-04 Home L 58-56 Away L 80-63 2004-05 Away L 76-68 Home L 62-53 Neutral L 68-63 2005-06 Home W 73-46 Away W 65-53 Neutral W 74-59 2006-07 Away L 79-64 Home W 73-57 2007-08 Home W 75-63 Away W(ot) 70-68 2008-09 Away L 73-51 Home L 63-60 2009-10 Away W 63-62 Home L 64-61 2010-11 Away W 69-62 Home W 75-63 2011-12 Home W 71-58 Away W 85-82 2012-13 Home W 76-55 Away W 65-49 2013-14 Away W 96-87 Home L 74-73 2014-15 Away L 66-53 Home W 56-52 2015-16 Home L 76-56 Away L(ot) 95-88 2016-17 Home L 75-64

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2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE CAREER RECORDS Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Amy Patton, 2009-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Mindy Sherred, 1983-87 Julie Hanks, 1983-86 Sade Cunningham, 2005-09 Lacey Tolbert, 2000-04 Peggy Kennedy, 1976-79 Amanda Frost, 2011-14 Lea Ann Evers, 1977-81

HISTORY

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

Peggy Kennedy, 1976-79 Amy Patton, 2009-13 Mindy Sherred, 1983-87 Julie Hanks, 1983-86 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Amanda Frost, 2011-14 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Jen Snitker, 2001-03 Karen Korytowski, 1980-82 Tina Douglas-Pedersen, 1997-98

Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Amy Patton, 2009-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Julie Hanks, 1983-86 Lea Ann Evers, 1977-81 Peggy Kennedy, 1976-79 Sade Cunningham, 2005-09 Lacey Tolbert, 2000-04 Mindy Sherred, 1983-87 Megan Porter, 2003-07

1,938 1,678 1,450 1,216 1,165 1,110 1,087 1,082 1,079 1,073

19.0 16.7 16.0 15.7 14.7 14.2 13.2 12.9 12.53 12.5

738 678 554 493 446 446 428 426 395 389

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tina Douglas-Pedersen, 1997-98 Raven Anderson, 2011-151 Jen Snitker, 2001-03 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Aubrey Davis, 2009-13 Dana Brickhouse, 1984-88 Kaleigh Paplow, 2015-

Three-Pointers Made 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Amy Patton, 2009-13 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Marisa von Bromssen, 1995-98 Rene Coggins, 2013-17 Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 2009-13 Amanda Frost, 2011-14 Lindsey Foster, 1999-2003 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Kara Kleinhenz, 1998-2002 Jody Hensen, 1991-95

Three-Point Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Amy Patton, 2009-13 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Rene Coggins, 2013-17 Marisa von Bromssen, 1995-98 Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 2009-13 Lindsey Foster, 1999-2003 Amanda Frost, 2011-14 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Keturah Mattox, 1992-96 Jody Hensen, 1991-95

Three-Point Percentage (Min. 100 att.) 1.

Janelle Matthews, 2005-09

.519 .508 .498 .481 .475 .473 .468

193 193 173 167 136 135 131 119 107 92

625 582 514 472 436 386 374 341 307 307

.379

Marisa von Bromssen was one of the program’s elite three-point shooters as she holds the school record for three-pointers per game in addition to the third-most treys made and fourth-best percentage. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tori Sargent, 1985-89 Olivia Lucero, 2015- Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 2009-13 Tracy Carlson, 1990-94 Lindsey Foster, 1999-2003

1.44 1.34 1.31 1.26 1.21

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

Mindy Sherred, 1983-87 Tanja Brungard, 1985-90 Erikka Banks, 2011-15 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Amy Patton, 2009-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Megan Porter, 2003-07 Brittani Lusain, 2013-17 Laura Dinkins, 2003-08

426 334 310 304 302 269 252 252 251 231

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

Mindy Sherred, 1983-87 Tanja Brungard, 1985-90 Erikka Banks, 2011-15 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Laura Dinkins, 2003-08 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Brittani Lusain, 2013-17 Amy Patton, 2009-13 Kristi Forman Harkey, 1996-2001 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07

562 498 421 415 398 392 375 367 359 349

Free Throws Made

Free Throw Attempts

Amy Patton finished her career as the school’s all-time leader in points scored, field goals made, field goals attempted, three-pointers made, three-pointers attempted and rebounds.

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

Amy Patton, 2009-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Peggy Kennedy, 1976-79 Julie Hanks, 1983-86 Rene Coggins, 2013-17 Lea Ann Evers, 1977-81 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Laura Dinkins, 2003-08 Mindy Sherred, 1983-87

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 250 att.) 1. 2. 3.

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RaeAnn West, 1995-99 Megan Porter, 2003-07 Erikka Banks, 2011-15

1,860 1,411 1,242 1,204 1,152 1,071 1,054 1,029 1,013 995

.533 .526 .524

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

Sade Cunningham, 2005-09 Angie Baxter, 1988-91 Marisa von Bromssen, 1995-98 Amanda Frost, 2011-14 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Kara Kleinhenz, 1998-2002 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Olivia Lucero, 2015- Taylor Leyva, 2013-17

Three-Point Made Average (Min. 25 3FGM) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Marisa von Bromssen, 1995-98 Amanda Frost, 2011-14 Amy Patton, 2009-13 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Rene Coggins, 2013-17

.378 .371 .367 .361 .358 .350 .349 .347 .346

2.08 1.78 1.66 1.58 1.48

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 150 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Amanda Frost, 2011-14 Lindsey Foster, 1999-2003 Mindy Sherred, 1983-87 Rene Coggins, 2013-17 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Marisa von Bromssen, 1995-98 Kara Kleinhenz, 1998-2002 Missy Betoney, 1986-89 Amy Yanish, 1993-95 Lea Ann Evers, 1977-81

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

Amy Patton, 2009-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Laura Dinkins, 2003-08 Peggy Kennedy, 1976-79 Karli Rikli, 1992-96 Erikka Banks, 2011-15 Brittani Lusain, 2013-17 Bridjette Wickham, 1998-2002

.841 .818 .810 .795 .770 .767 .7634 .7632 .762 .748

831 771 714 644 621 615 611 582


CAREER RECORDS Games Played

Sade Cunningham, 2005-09 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Laura Dinkins, 2003-08 Amy Patton, 2009-13 Megan Porter, 2003-07 Kara Kleinhenz, 1998-2002 Kristi Forman Harkey, 1996-2001 Taylor Leyva, 2013-17 Natalie Metz, 2003-07 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Rene Coggins, 2013-17 Catelyn Preston, 2013-17

Minutes Played (Since 1987-88 season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Anna Sturing was a force in the middle during her four-year Lumberjack career, swatting away 143 shots to break an NAU record that stood for two decades. 9. 10.

Tanja Brungard, 1985-90 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99

Rebound Average (Min. 250 reb.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Peggy Kennedy, 1976-79 Alyssa Rader, 2015-16 Michelle Kirby, 1987-90 Amy Patton, 2009-13 Ilene Spilsbury, 1981-83 Julie Hanks, 1983-86 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Karen Korytowski, 1980-82 Stacee Johnson, 1990-92 Nicky Eason, 2004-06

571 549

11.3 8.8 8.4 7.2 7.2 6.9 6.8 6.8 6.5 6.4

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

Sade Cunningham, 2005-09 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Lindsey Foster, 1999-2003 Brittani Lusain, 2013-17 Barb Cirbo, 1990-94 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Sarah Travers, 1994-98 Kristi Forman Harkey, 1996-2001 Lacey Tolbert, 2000-04 Rene Coggins, 2013-17

637 441 379 370 326 319 283 281 272 267

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

Sade Cunningham, 2005-09 Barb Cirbo, 1990-94 Sarah Travers, 1994-98 Missy Anderson, 1979-83 Kristi Forman Harkey, 1996-2001 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Lacey Tolbert, 2000-04 Tori Sargent, 1985-89 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Brittani Lusain, 2013-17

386 365 340 317 312 311 302 299 295 286

Lindsey Foster, 1999-2003 Amy Patton, 2009-13 Peggy Kennedy, 1976-79 Jenny Shayani, 1994-98 Barb Cirbo, 1990-94 Sade Cunningham, 2005-09 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Caty Huntington, 2008-12 Keturah Mattox, 1992-96 Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 2009-13

238 225 219 212 211 204 188 186 176 157

Turnovers

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

Blocked Shots

Lindsey Foster is NAU’s all-time leader in steals with 238 while also ranking in the top 10 in three-pointers made and minutes played.

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

Anna Sturing, 1998-2002 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Ashley Ingle, 2006-08 Kris Hermansen Minard, 1977-81 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Raven Anderson, 2011-15 Bridjette Wickham, 1998-2002 Lynsie Blau, 2000-02 Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 2009-13 Aubrey Davis, 2009-13

143 128 117 105 91 83 81 75 72 70

Sade Cunningham, 2005-09 Rene Coggins, 2013-17 Amy Patton, 2009-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2003-07 Lindsey Foster, 1999-2003 Laura Dinkins, 2003-08 Kristi Forman Harkey, 1996-2001 Jess LeBlanc, 1995-99 Kim Winkfield, 2002-07 Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 2009-13

123 122 120 116 115 115 115 114 114 114 113 113

4,161 3,909 3,744 3,601 3,336 3,265 3,238 3,119 3,026 2,922

Active players in bold

Kim Winkfield finds herself in the top 10 of numerous categories including tied for first in three-pointers made and second in three-pointers attempted, assists, blocked shots and games played.

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2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE SEASON RECORDS Points Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Amy Patton, 2009-10 Mindy Sherred, 1986-87 Amy Patton, 2012-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2006-07 Amy Patton, 2010-11 Laura Dinkins, 2007-08 Tracy Carlson, 1991-92 Jess LeBlanc, 1996-97 Julie Hanks, 1985-86

HISTORY

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

Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Peggy Kennedy, 1978-79 Mindy Sherred, 1986-87 Peggy Kennedy, 1977-78 Amy Patton, 2009-10 Peggy Kennedy, 1976-77 Amy Patton, 2012-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2006-07 Julie Hanks, 1984-85 Amy Patton, 2010-11

Field Goals Made

652 539 538 500 492 477 477 444 434 433

22.5 20.6 19.9 18.7 18.6 17.5 17.2 17.0 16.7 16.45

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

Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Amy Patton, 2009-10 Amy Patton, 2012-13 Alyssa Wahl, 2006-07 Julie Hanks, 1984-85 Laura Dinkins, 2007-08 Alyssa Wahl, 2004-05 Julie Hanks, 1985-86 Amy Patton, 2010-11 Jen Snitker, 2002-03

234 207 202 202 182 179 176 176 172 169

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

Amy Patton, 2009-10 Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Amy Patton, 2012-13 Amy Patton, 2010-11 Julie Hanks, 1984-85 Laura Dinkins, 2007-08 Peggy Kennedy, 1977-78 Mindy Sherred, 1986-87 Peggy Kennedy, 1978-79 Alyssa Rader, 2015-16

524 499 489 467 439 415 415 412 411 397

Field Goal Attempts

Erikka Banks converted on 59 percent of her field goal attempts during the 2013-14 season and set a new single season school record. The following season, she grabbed 266 rebounds - the second-most by a Lumberjack.

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 125 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Erikka Banks, 2013-14 RaeAnn West, 1997-98 Megan Porter, 2004-05 Megan Porter, 2006-07 Raven Anderson, 2013-14 Michelle Matchinski, 1995-96 Raven Anderson, 2014-15 Alyssa Wahl, 2006-07 Dana Brickhouse, 1984-85 Aubrey Davis, 2011-12

1. 2. 3. 4.

Kim Winkfield, 2006-07 Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Amy Patton, 2009-10 Marisa von Bromssen, 1997-98

Three-Pointers Made

.590 .588 .587 .549 .540 .536 .535 .530 .530 .5195

76 73 65 64

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Marisa von Bromssen, 1996-97 Rene Coggins, 2016-17 Kim Winkfield, 2004-05 Rene Coggins, 2015-16 Amy Patton, 2010-11 Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 2010-11

Three-Point Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kim Winkfield, 2006-07 Amy Patton, 2009-10 Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Rene Coggins, 2016-17 Raina Perez, 2016-17 Marisa von Bromssen, 1995-96 Amy Patton, 2010-11 Marisa von Bromssen, 1996-97 Kim Winkfield, 2004-05 Marisa von Bromssen, 1997-98

Three-Point Percentage (Min. 50 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Marisa von Bromssen, 1997-98 Janelle Matthews, 2007-08 Marisa von Bromssen, 1996-97 Lacey Tolbert, 2001-02 Jenny Shayani, 1997-98 Lindsey Foster, 2001-02 Taylor Leyva, 2016-17 Jody Hensen, 1991-92 Taylor Leyva, 2015-16 Amanda Frost, 2013-14

Three-Point Made Average 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Kim Winkfield, 2006-07 Marisa von Bromssen, 1997-98 Marisa von Bromssen, 1996-97 Amy Patton, 2009-10 Rene Coggins, 2016-17 Kim Winkfield, 2004-05 Angie Baxter, 1989-90 Rene Coggins, 2015-16 Tracy Carlson, 1991-92

Free Throws Made

Amanda Frost shattered the previous school record for points in a season, scoring 652 points in 2013-14, along with setting new single season records for scoring average, field goals made, three-pointers made per game and free throw percentage during her All-American senior season.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mindy Sherred, 1986-87 Erikka Banks, 2013-14 Mindy Sherred, 1985-86 Tanja Brungard, 1988-89 Brittani Lusain, 2013-14

64 61 53 52 51 50

216 208 194 173 167 164 163 155 154 153

.418 .416 .413 .409 .407 .393 .380 .378 .377 .376

2.52 2.38 2.28 2.28 2.24 2.03 1.83 1.81 1.79 1.78

214 129 120 117 115


SEASON RECORDS

Steals

Missy Anderson, 1981-82 Sade Cunningham, 2008-09 Amy Coyle, 1989-90 Amy Yanish, 1993-94 Lea Ann Evers, 1980-81 Kim Allen, 1981-82 Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Vickie Toney, 2009-10 Barb Cirbo, 1990-91

132 128 123 121 121 118 117 116 116

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

Peggy Kennedy, 1978-79 Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Caty Huntington, 2009-10 Amy Patton, 2012-13 Barb Cirbo, 1993-94 Lindsey Foster, 2002-03 Lindsey Foster, 2001-02 Peggy Kennedy, 1977-78 Kim Winkfield, 2005-06 Tracy Carlson, 1991-92 Peggy Kennedy, 1976-77

90 72 70 69 69 66 65 65 64 64 64

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

Ashley Ingle, 2007-08 Anna Sturing, 1999-2000 Kim Winkfield, 2006-07 Anna Sturing, 2000-01 Constance Richard, 2001-02 Kim Winkfield, 2005-06 Kris Hermansen, 1978-79 Raven Anderson, 2014-15 Lynsie Blau, 2001-02 Kris Hermansen, 1979-80

99 57 50 49 45 41 40 39 38 38

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

Laura Dinkins, 2007-08 Sade Cunningham, 2008-09 Rene Coggins, 2016-17 Sade Cunningham, 2006-07 Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Rene Coggins, 2015-16 Amy Patton, 2012-13 Paige Haynes, 2012-13 Nicky Eason, 2005-06 Amy Coyle, 1989-90

1,144 1,122 1,078 1,072 1,049 1,047 1,042 1,025 1,003 1,002

Blocked Shots

Sade Cunningham was the epitome of a point guard, racking up the three highest single season assist totals in program history and overall holding four of the top season marks. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Laura Dinkins, 2007-08 Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Amy Yanish, 1994-95 Tanja Brungard, 1989-90 Erikka Banks, 2014-15

Free Throw Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Mindy Sherred, 1986-87 Laura Dinkins, 2007-08 Tanja Brungard, 1988-89 Brittani Lusain, 2013-14 Erikka Banks, 2013-14 Tanja Brungard, 1989-90 Erikka Banks, 2014-15 Alyssa Rader, 2015-16 Mindy Sherred, 1985-86 Ashley Ingle, 2007-08

Free Throw Percentage (min. 75 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Amanda Frost, 2013-14 Lacey Tolbert, 2003-04 Kara Kleinhenz, 1999-2000 Mindy Sherred, 1985-86 Erikka Banks, 2013-14 Sade Cunningham, 2007-08 RaeAnn West, 1998-99 Lea Ann Evers, 1979-80 Jenny Shayani, 1995-96 Alexis Rhodes, 2003-04

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

Michelle Kirby, 1989-90 Erikka Banks, 2014-15 Alyssa Rader, 2015-16 Laura Dinkins, 2007-08 Ashley Ingle, 2007-08 Amy Patton, 2009-10 Tina Douglas-Pedersen, 1997-98 Amy Patton, 2012-13 Peggy Kennedy, 1976-77 Bridjette Wickham, 1999-2000

Rebound Average 1. 2. 3. 4.

Peggy Kennedy, 1976-77 Michelle Kirby, 1989-90 Peggy Kennedy, 1978-79 Peggy Kennedy, 1977-78

115 111 108 107 106

273 183 168 161 158 157 148 146 146 145

.867 .857 .837 .822 .816 .805 .803 .795 .792 .790

5. 6. 7. 7. 8. 9.

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

Erikka Banks, 2014-15 Alyssa Rader, 2015-16 Amy Patton, 2009-10 Laura Dinkins, 2007-08 Tina Douglas-Pedersen, 1997-98 Ashley Ingle, 2007-08 Ann Wise, 1982-83

8.9 8.8 8.6 8.4 8.36 8.3 8.3

Sade Cunningham, 2008-09 Sade Cunningham, 2007-08 Sade Cunningham, 2006-07 Kim Winkfield, 2006-07 Kim Winkfield, 2005-06 Sade Cunningham, 2005-06 Brittani Lusain, 2013-14 Vickie Toney, 2009-10 Amy Coyle, 1989-90 Stephanie Smith, 1987-88

177 161 156 145 144 143 138 137 136 131

Turnovers 1. 2.

Lacey Tolbert, 2003-04 Sarah Travers, 1996-97

Minutes Played (since 1987-88)

Active players in bold

136 134

300 266 256 252 250 249 234 233 227 225

12.7 11.1 10.9 10.5

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HISTORY

Points Scored 1. Peggy Kennedy, 45 vs. Utah State (2/10/79) 2. Amy Patton, 41 vs. Bradley (11/24/12) 3. Amanda Frost, 38, at Montana State (3/6/14) 4. Lacey Tolbert, 37 vs. Sacramento State (3/6/04) Mindy Sherred, 37 vs. Southern Utah State (1/31/87) 6. Kaleigh Paplow, 36 at Weber State (2/20/16) Mindy Sherred, 36 at Chapman (11/29/86) 8. Amy Patton, 35 vs. Sacramento State (2/25/10) Mindy Sherred, 35 at Arizona State (1/28/87) 10. Amanda Frost, 34, at Northern Colorado (2/22/14) Amanda Frost, 34, vs. Southern Utah (1/13/14) Field Goals Made 1. Peggy Kennedy, 17 vs. Utah State (2/10/79) 2. Amanda Frost, 15, at Montana State (3/6/14) Amy Patton, 15 vs. Sacramento State (2/25/10) 4. Amy Patton, 14 vs. Bradley (11/24/12) Amy Patton, 14 at Weber State (1/9/10) Alyssa Wahl, 14 at UT Arlington (11/11/06) Lacey Tolbert, 14 vs. Sacramento State (3/6/04) 8. Kaleigh Paplow, 13 at Weber State (2/20/16) Amanda Frost, 13, vs. Northern Colorado (1/23/14) Amy Patton, 13 at Montana (12/20/12) Alyssa Wahl, 13 at Northern Colorado (2/17/07) Jen Snitker, 13 vs. Montana State (2/1/03) Field Goal Attempts 1. Peggy Kennedy, 34 vs. Utah State (2/10/79) 2. Amy Patton, 29 vs. Bradley (11/24/12) 3. Amy Patton, 28 vs. Sacramento State (1/24/10) 4. Amanda Frost, 27, at Montana State (3/6/14) Amy Patton, 27 at Weber State (1/9/10) 6. Alyssa Rader, 26 vs. Sacramento State (3/6/16) Amy Patton, 26 at Minnesota (12/22/10) 8. Alyssa Rader, 25 at Eastern Washington (2/4/16) Amy Patton, 25 at New Mexico (11/9/12) Amy Patton, 25 at Sacramento State (12/29/11) Field Goal Percentage (Min 15 att.) 1. Kaleigh Paplow, .813 (13-16) at Weber St. (3/6/16) 2. Pecola Miller, .800 (12-15) vs. U.S. Int’l (12/3/84) 3. Constance Richard, .750 (12-16) vs. Sac. State (1/19/02) 4. Alyssa Wahl, .737 (14-19) at UT Arlington (11/11/06) 5. Jess LeBlanc, .733 (11-15) vs. Oklahoma (12/30/97) 6. Lacey Tolbert, .700 (14-20) vs. Sac. State (3/6/04) Three-Pointers Made 1. Amanda Frost, 8, at Northern Colorado (3/6/14) Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 8 at Neb. Omaha (11/18/12) Marisa von Bromssen, 8 vs. Monmouth (12/1/96) 4. Rene Coggins, 7 at Lamar (11/23/16) 5. Amanda Frost, 6 vs. North Dakota (1/25/14) Amy Patton, 6 at Montana (12/20/12) Amanda Frost, 6 vs. Nebraska (12/10/11) Amy Patton, 6 vs. Sacramento State (1/24/10) Amy Patton, 6 at UC Riverside (11/15/09) Janelle Matthews, 6 at Idaho State (1/22/09) Janelle Matthews, 6 at Kent State (12/18/07) Kim Winkfield, 6 at Northern Colorado (2/17/07) Kim Winkfield, 6 vs. Pacific (12/7/06) Kim Winkfield, 6 vs. Portland State (3/5/05) Marisa von Bromssen, 6 at UNLV (12/17/97) Marisa von Bromssen, 6 at San Diego State (1/2/96) Tori Sargent, 6 vs. Eastern Illinois (12/11/87) Three-Point Percentage (Min. 5 att.) 1. Rene Coggins, 1.000 (5-5) at Montana (12/31/15) 2. Monique Mulder, .833 (5-6) vs. Portland State (1/3/15) Marisa von Bromssen, .833 (5-6) vs. CS Northridge (2/26/98) Debbie Wagner, .833 (5-6) vs. Montana (1/11/90)

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5. Catelyn Preston, .800 (4-5) at Idaho (2/6/16) Rene Coggins, .800 (4-5) vs. Portland State (2/13/14) Sade Cunningham, .800 (4-5) vs. Weber State (1/26/08) Kara Kleinhenz, .800 (4-5) vs. Montana (2/23/02) Kara Kleinhenz, .800 (4-5) vs. Wyoming (12/9/00) Kara Kleinhenz, .800 (4-5) at Sac. State (3/2/00) Jenny Shayani, .800 (4-5) vs. Montana (2/7/98) Jenny Shayani, .800 (4-5) vs. Illinois (12/20/95) Amy Yanish, .800 (4-5) at CS Northridge (12/3/94) Missy Betoney, .800 (4-5) at Nevada (3/4/89) Free Throws Made 1. Mindy Sherred, 19 vs. Southern Utah State (1/31/87) 2. Erikka Banks, 17 vs. Eastern Washington (2/15/14) 3. Amy Yanish, 15 vs. Fresno State (12/11/94) 4. Missy Betoney, 14 vs. U.S. International (1/23/89) Mindy Sherred, 14 vs. UTEP (1/19/87) Mindy Sherred, 14 vs. Louisiana Tech (1/16/87) Mindy Sherred, 14 at Chapman (11/29/86) Free Throw Attempts 1. Mindy Sherred, 22 vs. Southern Utah State (1/31/87) 2. Mindy Sherred, 21 at Arizona State (1/28/87) 3. Erikka Banks, 19 vs. Eastern Washington (2/15/14) 4. Mindy Sherred, 17 vs. Louisiana Tech (1/16/87) 5. Erikka Banks, 16 vs. UC Irvine (11/14/14) Alyssa Wahl, 16 at Montana State (2/17/05) Amy Yanish, 16 vs. Fresno State (12/11/94) Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 att.) 1. Missy Betoney, 1.000 (14-14) vs. U.S. Int’l (1/23/89) Mindy Sherred, 1.000 (14-14) at Chapman (11/29/86) Lauren Hoisington, 1.000 (12-12) vs. Pepperdine (11/22/08) Megan Porter, 1.000 (12-12) vs. Kent State (11/24/06) Shannon Peterson, 1.000 (12-12) vs. New Mexico (12/1/84) Sade Cunningham, 1.000 (10-10) at Sac. State (2/23/08) Lacey Tolbert, 1.000 (10-10) vs. TAMU-C.C. (12/12/03) Dana Brickhouse, 1.000 (10-10) at E. Washington (2/23/87) Mindy Sherred, 1.000 (10-10) vs. Weber State (11/29/85) 10. Amy Yanish, .983 (15-16) vs. Fresno State (12/11/94) Rebounds 1. Lori Snow, 24 at U.S. International (1/8/82) 2. Michelle Kirby, 23 vs. Grand Canyon (11/28/89) 3. Ilene Spilsbury, 21 vs. Pacific Christian (10/12/81) 4. Michelle Kirby, 20 vs. Northern Iowa (12/1/89) Peggy Kennedy, 20 at Arizona State (12/12/78) 6. Erikka Banks, 19 vs. Sacramento State (1/1/15) Erikka Banks, 19 at Utah Valley (11/30/13) Tina Douglas-Pedersen, 19 vs. Sac. State (2/28/98) Michelle Kirby, 19 vs. Boise State (1/29/90) Peggy Kennedy, 19 vs. UTEP (2/11/78) Assists 1. Stephanie Smith, 14 vs. Kansas State (1/5/88) 2. Brittani Lusain, 13 at UC Santa Barbara (12/5/13) Sade Cunningham, 13 vs. Montana State (1/10/09) 4. Brittani Lusain, 12 vs. CSUN (12/18/14) Sade Cunningham, 12 vs. Montana State (2/15/08) Amy Coyle, 12 at Biola (12/2/88) Lori Sandaker, 12 vs. Weber State (1/22/81) Lea Ann Evers, 12 vs. Arizona (3/2/79) 9. Sade Cunningham, 11 vs. Weber State (3/11/06) Kim Winkfield, 11 vs. Eastern Michigan (12/1/06) Kim Winkfield, 11 vs. Idaho State (2/10/05) Stephanie Smith, 11 vs. Idaho State (3/4/88) Stephanie Smith, 11 vs. Arizona State (2/22/88) Stephanie Smith, 11 vs. Nevada (1/23/88) Steals 1. Amy Patton, 10 vs. Bradley (11/24/12)

2. Caty Huntington, 9 vs. Sacramento State (2/21/09) Barb Cirbo, 9 vs. Sacramento State (2/4/93) Amber Rudinger, 9 at Pepperdine (1/29/85) Peggy Kennedy, 9 at Arizona State (1/19/79) Peggy Kennedy, 9 vs. San Diego State (1/13/78) 7. Amy Yanish, 8 vs. Grand Canyon (12/3/93) 8. Amanda Frost, 7 vs. Weber State (3/1/14) Erikka Banks, 7 vs. Sacramento State (2/23/13) Keturah Mattox, 7 vs. CS Northridge (12/2/95) Barb Cirbo, 7 vs. Texas-San Antonio (1/5/94) Keturah Mattox, 7 at New Mexico (1/2/93) Terry Graham, 7 vs. Weber State (1/22/81) Terry Graham, 7 at Weber State (2/6/81) Lori Sandaker, 7 vs. Colorado (1/24/81) Peggy Kennedy, 7 at UTEP (2/16/79) Peggy Kennedy, 7 at Central Arizona JC (1/20/79) Peggy Kennedy, 7 vs. Arizona State (3/3/78) Blocked Shots 1. Ashley Ingle, 8 vs. North Dakota State (11/11/07) 2. Ashley Ingle, 7 at Weber State (2/28/08) Ashley Ingle, 7 vs. Portland State (1/5/08) Ashley Ingle, 7 at Kent State (12/18/07) Anna Sturing, 7 at Weber State (3/4/00) Kris Hermansen, 7 vs. Central Arizona JC (11/16/79) Kris Hermansen, 7 vs. Central Arizona JC (12/9/78) 8. Ashley Ingle, 6 vs. Eastern Washington (1/3/08) Ashley Ingle, 6 at Montana (1/10/08) Ashley Ingle, 6 vs. Utah State (12/8/07) Kim Winkfield, 6 at Southern Utah (12/1/05) Alyssa Wahl, 6 at Portland State (2/3/05) Tracy Preter, 6 vs. Grand Canyon (11/28/89) Minutes Played 1. Paige Haynes, 50 at Nebraska Omaha (11/18/12) Jasmine Sneed, 50 at Nebraska Omaha (11/18/12) Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, 50 at Nebraska Omaha (11/18/12) 4. Erikka Banks, 49 vs. North Dakota (2/26/15) 5. Megan Porter, 48 vs. Eastern Washington (3/3/05) 6. Rene Coggins, 47 vs. North Dakota (2/26/15) 7. Brittani Lusain, 46 vs. North Dakota (2/26/15) Amy Patton, 46 at Sacramento State (12/29/11) Alyssa Wahl, 46 vs. Eastern Washington (3/3/05) 10. Amanda Frost, 45 vs. Northern Colorado (1/23/14) Paige Haynes, 45 vs. Southern Utah (2/4/13) Amy Patton, 45 vs. Southern Utah (2/4/13) Paige Haynes, 45 at Montana (12/20/12) Amy Patton, 45 at Nebraska Omaha (11/18/12) Sade Cunningham, 45 vs. Sacramento State (2/21/09) Sade Cunningham, 45 at Eastern Washington (1/2/09) Sade Cunningham, 45 at Utah State (11/19/08) Laura Dinkins, 45 at Weber State (2/28/08) Jenna Galloway, 45 at Weber State (2/28/08) Sade Cunningham, 45 vs. Portland State (1/20/07) Teresa Diaz, 45 vs. Eastern Washington (3/3/05) Nicky Eason, 45 vs. Hartford (12/30/04) Active players in bold


TEAM RECORDS

Most Points Scored 1. 109 vs. Antelope Valley, 11/13/16 2. 101 vs. Sacramento State, 1/19/02 101 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/97 4. 98 vs. Sacramento State, 2/25/10 5. 96 at Weber State, 1/30/14 96 at Arizona State, 12/6/95 Fewest Points Scored 1. 20 vs. Utah State, 1975-76 at UNLV, 12/5/75 3. 24 at Utah State, 2/21/75 4. 25 at BYU, 2/20/75 5. 26 at BYU, 1975-76 Most Points Allowed 1. 129 to Colorado, 1/21/80 2. 124 to Utah, 2/24/79 3. 116 to Arizona State, 12/11/81 4. 112 to Colorado, 2/14/80 5. 111 to Sacramento State, 3/4/16 Fewest Points Allowed 1. 29 to Sacramento State, 1/19/02 2. 30 to Weber State, 2/2/01 3. 31 to Dixie JC, 3/1/75 4. 32 to Western New Mexico, 11/14/06 5. 34 to Portland State, 1/1/5/00 34 to Eastern Washington, 1/3/98 34 to Arizona State JV, 12/4/76 Most Combined Points 203 NAU at Utah State, 2/22/80 Fewest Combined Points 66 NAU at Weber State, 2/2/01 Most Field Goals Made 41 vs. Sacramento State, 1/19/02 41 vs. Loyola Marymount, 1/13/86 Most Field Goals Attempted 105 vs. Central Arizona JC, 11/16/79 Best Field Goal Percentage 1. .651 vs. Montana, 2/7/98 2. .632 at Sacramento State, 3/7/15 3. .625 at Northern Colorado, 2/22/14 4. .618 at UNLV, 12/17/97 5. .615 at Northern Colorado, 2/17/07 Best Field Goal Percentage (One Half) 1. .810 (1st) at E. Washington, 2/15/03 2. .704 (2nd) vs. UPR-Mayaguez, 12/21/05 3. .682 (2nd) vs. Montana, 2/7/98 4. .667 (2nd) vs. E. Michigan, 12/1/06 5. .655 (1st) at N. Colorado, 2/17/07 .655 (2nd) at Idaho, 1/30/88 Most 3-Pointers Made 13 vs. Portland State, 2/25/17 13 at Northern Colorado, 2/22/14 Most 3-Pointers Attempted 38 vs. Portland State, 2/25/17 Best 3-Point Percentage 1. 1.000 vs. Idaho, 2/9/91

SEASON RECORDS 4. 5.

1.000 1.000 .800 .750 .750

at Boise State, 1/31/91 at Weber State, 3/5/88 at Loyola Marymount, 1/8/88 vs. Weber State, 3/8/00 vs. Southern Utah State, 1/2/88

Most Free Throws Made 46 vs. Southern Utah State, 1/31/87 Most Free Throws Attempted 56 vs. Southern Utah State, 1/31/87 Best Free Throw Percentage 1. 1.000 vs. Utah Valley, 12/15/12 1.000 at Nebraska, 11/16/12 1.000 vs. Sacramento State, 2/25/10 1.000 at South Florida, 12/20/08 1.000 vs. Northern Colorado, 2/2/08 1.000 at Oklahoma State, 12/17/01 1.000 at Montana, 1/30/92 1.000 at Montana, 2/13/88 1.000 at Idaho, 1/30/88 1.000 vs. Nevada, 1/23/88 1.000 vs. Utah, 2/17/78 1.000 at Northern Colorado, 1/20/78 1.000 vs. California, 12/16/77 Rebounds 1. 82 vs. Southern Utah State, 12/10/81 2. 76 vs. Mesa State, 12/31/82 3. 69 vs. Central Arizona JC, 11/16/79 4. 67 at U.S. International, 1/8/82 5. 66 vs. Arizona, 2/1/80 Assists 1. 30 2. 29 29 4. 27 27

vs. Eastern Michigan, 12/1/06 vs. U.S. International, 12/3/84 vs. Utah State, 2/10/79 vs. New Mexico, 11/26/83 vs. Arizona, 3/2/79

Fewest Turnovers 1. 2 vs. Weber State, 2/6/88 2. 4 vs. Wayland Baptist, 12/15/84 3. 7 vs. Denver, 12/3/16 7 vs. Idaho State, 1/30/99 4. 8 8x; last vs. Portland State, 2/25/17 Blocked Shots 1. 12 at Portland State, 2/3/05 12 vs. Central Arizona JC, 12/9/78 3. 11 at Weber State, 3/4/00 4. 10 6x; last at Southern Utah, 12/1/05 Steals 1. 29 2. 22 22 22 5. 21

vs. Denver, 12/13/86 vs. Dayton, 11/28/97 vs. CS Northridge, 12/2/95 at Loyola Marymount, 1/8/88 6x; last vs. Sacramento St., 1/28/12

Bold indicates record set last season

Most Points 1. 2,214 in 2006-07 2. 2,206 in 2005-06 3. 2,111 in 2013-14 4. 2,085 in 2016-17 5. 2,047 in 1995-96 Best Scoring Average 1. 76.5 in 1978-79 2. 75.8 in 1995-96 3. 72.8 in 2013-14 4. 72.6 in 1997-98 5. 71.3 in 1994-95 Fewest Points Allowed 1. 733 in 1974-75 2. 1,061 in 1975-76 3. 1,151 in 1976-77 4. 1,391 in 1977-78 5. 1,481 in 1985-86 Best Scoring Defense 1. 59.2 in 1985-86 2. 59.7 in 2004-05 3. 59.8 in 2001-02 4. 60.4 in 1997-98 5. 60.6 in 1976-77 Best FG% Defense 1. .370 in 1999-00 2. .371 in 2000-01 3. .376 in 2001-02 4. .384 in 1996-97 5. .386 in 2002-03 Best 3-Pt% Defense 1. .259 in 1994-95 2. .271 in 2001-02 3. .2775 in 1991-92 4. .2781 in 1995-96 5. .279 in 2000-01 Field Goals Made 1. 840 in 2005-06 2. 821 in 2006-07 3. 762 in 2013-14 4. 760 in 1979-80 5. 759 in 2016-17 Field Goals Attempted 1. 2,018 in 1979-80 2. 1,940 in 2005-06 3. 1,912 in 2016-17 4. 1,861 in 2015-16 5. 1,851 in 2006-07 Field Goal Percentage 1. .452 in 1997-98 2. .447 in 2013-14 3. .444 in 2006-07 4. .441 in 1984-85 5. .440 in 1985-86 Fewest Points 1. 488 in 1975-76 2. 496 in 1974-75 3. 996 in 1976-77 4. 1,185 in 1977-78

5. 1,369 in 1979-80 Low Scoring Average 1. 34.9 in 1975-76 2. 41.3 in 1974-75 3. 52.4 in 1976-77 4. 52.7 in 1979-80 5. 53.5 in 1990-91 Most Points Allowed 1. 2,301 in 2013-14 2. 2,236 in 2015-16 3. 2,155 in 2007-08 4. 2,132 in 2016-17 5. 2,080 in 2008-09 2,080 in 1990-91 Worst Scoring Defense 1. 86.9 in 1978-79 2. 79.3 in 2013-14 79.3 in 1980-81 4. 77.0 in 1990-91 5. 75.9 in 1975-76 Worst FG% Defense 1. .474 in 1980-81 2. .4659 in 1995-96 3. .4658 in 1986-87 4. .459 in 1993-94 5. .456 in 1994-95 Worst 3-Pt% Defense 1. .380 in 2013-14 2. .365 in 1990-91 3. .355 in 2015-16 4. .354 in 2011-12 5. .353 in 2008-09 Free Throws Made 1. 482 in 1995-96 2. 462 in 1988-89 3. 457 in 2013-14 4. 451 in 1986-87 5. 446 in 1994-95 Free Throws Attempted 1. 695 in 1995-96 2. 670 in 1988-89 3. 666 in 1994-95 4. 633 in 1989-90 5. 631 in 2013-14 Free Throw Percentage 1. .745 in 2016-17 2. .741 in 2004-05 3. .724 in 2013-14 4. .718 in 2003-04 5. .709 in 1997-98

3-Point FG Per Game 1. 7.60 in 2016-17 2. 5.45 in 2011-12 3. 5.31 in 2010-11 5.31 in 2009-10 4. 4.83 in 2004-05 3-Point FG Attempted 1. 698 in 2016-17 2. 509 in 2009-10 3. 499 in 2010-11 4. 492 in 2011-12 5. 437 in 2012-13 3-Point Percentage 1. .377 in 1997-98 2. .361 in 1996-97 3. .355 in 2001-02 4. .343 in 1989-90 5. .328 in 2015-16 Rebounds 1. 1,226 in 2005-06 2. 1,204 in 2006-07 3. 1,200 in 2015-16 4. 1,182 in 2014-15 5. 1,175 in 2016-17 Rebound Average 1. 51.2 in 1977-78 2. 48.5 in 1978-79 3. 40.0 in 2015-16 4. 39.8 in 1994-95 5. 39.4 in 2014-15 Assists 1. 550 in 2005-06 2. 536 in 2006-07 3. 458 in 1997-98 4. 453 in 2001-02 5. 452 in 2013-14 Steals 1. 362 in 1995-96 2. 341 in 2011-12 3. 337 in 1994-95 4. 333 in 1979-80 5. 322 in 2006-07 Blocked Shots 1. 149 in 2000-01 2. 146 in 2001-02 3. 145 in 2006-07 4. 134 in 2007-08 134 in 1999-00 Bold indicates record set last season

3-Point FG Made 1. 228 in 2016-17 2. 158 in 2011-12 3. 154 in 2010-11 154 in 2009-10 5. 140 in 2015-16 140 in 2004-05

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2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE SKYDOME/ROLLE ACTIVITY CENTER RECORDS TEAM RECORDS Most Points 111 Sacramento State vs. NAU, 3/4/16

Fewest Field Goals Attempted 40 NAU vs. Idaho, 11/26/00

Most Points, One Half 62 (2nd) NAU vs. Antelope Valley, 11/13/16 62 (1st) Sacramento State vs. NAU, 3/4/16

Worst Field Goal Percentage .208 NAU vs. Montana, 2/17/94 (10-48)

Most Points, Two Teams 202 Sacramento State (104) vs. NAU (98), 2/25/10 Most Field Goals Made 42 Sacramento State vs. NAU, 3/4/16

HISTORY

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Fewest 3-Pointers Made 0 47x; last NAU vs. Montana State, 1/4/14 Fewest 3-Pointers Attempted 0 7x; last Southern Utah vs. NAU, 12/9/95

Most Field Goals Attempted 95 Sacramento State vs. NAU, 3/4/16

Worst 3-Point Percentage (Min. 10 Att.) .000 NAU vs. Portland State, 1/12/13 (0-14)

Best Field Goal Percentage .651 NAU vs. Montana, 2/7/98 (28-43)

Fewest Free Throws Made 0 Montana vs. NAU, 2/19/00

Most 3-Pointers Made 21 Sacramento State vs. NAU, 3/4/16

Fewest Free Throws Attempted 1 Sacramento State vs. NAU, 1/19/02 1 Montana vs. NAU, 2/19/00

Most 3-Pointers Attempted 53 Sacramento State vs. NAU, 2/6/14 Best 3-Point Percentage (Min. 10 Att.) .700 NAU vs. Adams State, 11/15/11 (7-10) Most Free Throws Made 46 NAU vs. Southern Utah State, 1/31/87 Most Free Throws Attempted 56 NAU vs. Southern Utah State, 1/31/87 Best Free Throw Percentage (Min. 15 Att.) 1.000 UT Arlington vs. NAU, 12/14/13 (20-20) Most Rebounds 67 Colorado vs. NAU, 1/24/81 67 Pepperdine vs. Sacramento State, 12/19/94 Most Assists 30 NAU vs. Eastern Michigan, 12/1/06 Fewest Turnovers 2 NAU vs. Weber State, 2/6/88 Most Blocked Shots 11 Montana vs. NAU, 1/23/93 Most Steals 29 NAU vs. Denver, 12/13/86 Fewest Points 29 Sacramento State vs. NAU, 1/19/02 Fewest Points, One Half 11 (2nd) Sacramento State vs. NAU, 1/19/02 Fewest Points, Two Teams 89 NAU (55) vs. Portland State (34), 1/15/00 Fewest Field Goals Made 10 UC Irvine vs. NAU, 11/14/14 10 NAU vs. Montana, 2/17/94

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Points Scored 41 - Mikayla Ferenz, Idaho vs. NAU, 1/21/17 41 - Amy Patton, NAU vs. Bradley, 11/24/12 Field Goals Made 18 - Koko Lahanas, Cal State Fullerton vs. NAU, 12/19/94 Field Goals Attempted 36 - Peggy Kennedy, NAU vs. BYU, 2/18/78 Field Goal Percentage (Min. 15 Att.) .882 - Mikayla Ferenz, Idaho vs. NAU, 1/21/17 (15-17) 3-Pointers Made 9 - Mikayla Ferenz, Idaho vs. NAU, 1/21/17 3-Pointers Attempted 14 - Kailie Quinn, Weber State vs. NAU, 1/28/16 3-Point Percentage (Min. 5 Att.) 1.000 - Kellie Cole, Montana vs. NAU, 1/2/14 (5-5)

Worst Free Throw Percentage (Min. 15 Att.) .235 NAU vs. Idaho, 2/25/93 (4-17)

Free Throws Made 19 - Mindy Sherred, NAU vs. Southern Utah State, 1/31/87

Fewest Rebounds 20 NAU vs. Northern Colorado, 2/27/12

Free Throws Attempted 22 - Mindy Sherred, NAU vs. Southern Utah State, 1/31/87

Fewest Assists 1 NAU vs. Montana, 1/5/89 Most Turnovers 39 Wyoming vs. NAU, 1/28/78 Fewest Steals 0 NAU vs. Creighton, 2/28/87 Largest Margin of Victory 72 NAU vs. Sacramento State, 1/19/02 (101-29) Bold indicates record set last season

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 Att.) 1.000 - Megan Porter, NAU vs. Kent State, 11/24/06 (12-12) 1.000 - Krissy Spanheimer, Creighton vs. New Mexico State, 12/20/98 (15-15) 1.000 - Lisa Graber, Eastern Washington vs. NAU, 2/22/92 (11-11) 1.000 - Missy Betoney, NAU vs. U.S. International, 1/23/89 (14-14) Rebounds 19 - 6x; last Erikka Banks, NAU vs. Sacramento State (1/1/15) Assists 14 - Torry Hill, Montana vs. NAU, 1/2/14 14 - Stephanie Smith, NAU vs. Kansas State, 1/5/88 Turnovers 13 - Lea Ann Evers, NAU vs. New Mexico State, 2/10/78 Blocked Shots 7 - Ashley Ingle, NAU vs. Portland State, 1/5/08 Steals 11 - Brittney Dunbar, Weber State vs. NAU, 3/4/16 Bold indicates record set last season


SUPERLATIVES/CONSECUTIVES/MISCELLANEOUS SEASON RECORDS

Best Big Sky Finish Tied for 1st in 1997-98

Worst Big Sky Finish T10th in 2015-16

Winning Seasons 4 - 1994-95 to 1997-98

Losing Seasons 11 - 1974-75 to 1984-85

Best Overall Record 22-6 (.786) in 1997-98

Worst Overall Record 0-14 (.000) in 1975-76

Best Home Record 12-1 (.923) in 2005-06

Worst Home Record 0-8 (.000) in 1975-76

Wins Start a season: 5 - 11/16 to 11/30/01 Season/All-Time: 14 - 1/10 to 3/6/98 Regular Season: 13 - 1/10 to 2/28/98

Losses Start a season: 14 - All of 1975-76 14 - 11/23/90 to 1/19/91 Season: 14 - 3x; last 12/4/92 to 1/30/93 All-Time: 15 - 3/3/90 to 1/19/91

Best Road Record 10-5 (.667) in 1997-98

Worst Road Record 0-13 (.000) in 1975-76

Best Neutral Record 2-0 (1.000) in 1996-97, 1998-99

Worst Neutral Record 0-6 (.000) in 1990-91

Best Conference Record 15-1 (.917) in 1997-98

Worst Conference Record 0-16 (.000) in 1991-92

Best Conference Home Record 8-0 (1.000) in 1997-98

Worst Conference Home Record 0-8 (.000) in 1975-76, 1991-92

Best Conference Road Record 7-1 (.875) in 1997-98

Worst Conference Road Record 0-9 (.000) in 2015-16

Most Wins 22 in 2005-06, 1997-98

Most Losses 26 in 1990-91

Most Home Wins 12 in 2005-06

Most Home Losses 10 in 1992-93

Most Road Wins 10 in 1997-98

Most Road Losses 15 in 2009-10

Most Neutral Wins 5 in 2005-06

Most Neutral Losses 6 in 1990-91

Most Conference Wins 15 in 1997-98

Most Conference Losses 16 in 1991-92, 2015-16

Most Conference Home Wins 8 in 1997-98

Most Conference Home Losses 8 in 1975-76, 1991-92

Most Conference Road Wins 7 in 1997-98

Most Conference Road Wins 8 in 1990-91, 1991-92

Largest Margin of Victory 72 vs. Sacramento State, 1/19/02 (101-29)

Largest Margin of Defeat 88 at UNLV, 12/5/75 (108-20)

MISCELLANEOUS INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES MOST 3-POINTERS WITHOUT A MISS, SINGLE GAME 5-5 Rene Coggins at Montana, 12/31/15 4-4 Alyssa Wahl vs. Idaho State, 3/10/07 4-4 Kim Winkfield vs. E. Washington, 1/18/07 4-4 Natalie Metz at Sacramento St., 2/7/04 4-4 Joy Dixon vs. Cal Poly, 11/23/01 4-4 Kara Kleinhenz vs. Weber State, 3/8/00 MOST FIELD GOALS WITHOUT A MISS, SINGLE GAME 8-8 Megan Porter at Montana, 2/19/05 6-6 Megan Porter vs. Sacramento St., 1/29/05 6-6 Anna Sturing vs. Arizona State, 12/6/00 6-6 Jenny Shayani vs. Idaho, 1/27/96 6-6 Sarai Hoopes at Cal Poly, 12/29/95 6-6 Tanja Brungard vs. Nevada, 1/23/88

MISCELLANEOUS INDIVIDUAL CONSECUTIVES FREE THROWS MADE Season: 38.....Lindsey Foster, 12/15/01-2/22/02 All-time: 38.....Lindsey Foster, 12/15/01-2/22/02 GAMES WITH A 3-POINTER MADE Start Season: 14........ Jenny Shayani, 1997-98 Season: 26 ....Kim Winkfield, 11/28/06 to 3/10/07 All-time: 26.....Kim Winkfield, 11/28/06 to 3/10/07

Home Wins Start a season: 12 - 11/25/05 to 2/16/06 Season/All-Time: 12 - 11/25/05 to 2/16/06 Regular Season: 13 - 3/5/05 to 1/10/06 Road Wins Start a season: 3 - 12/6 to 12/31/95 Season/All-Time: 7 - 1/10 to 2/21/98 Neutral Wins Season: 4 - 12/21/05 to 3/11/06 All-Time: 5 - 12/28/96 to 3/4/99 Conference Wins Season/All-Time: 13 - 1/10 to 2/28/98 Conference Home Wins Season: 8 - 1/3 to 2/28/98 All-Time: 16 - 1/11/97 to 1/14/99 Conference Road Wins Season/All-Time: 7 - 1/10 to 2/21/98

100-POINT GAMES (3-21) BY NAU 12/30/97 at NAU 101, Oklahoma 62 1/19/02 at NAU 101, Sacramento State 29 11/13/16 at NAU 109, Antelope Valley 60 12/5/75 1/26/79 2/23/79 2/24/79 3/3/79 12/15/79 1/21/80 2/14/80 2/22/80 3/1/80 1/10/81 12/11/81 3/3/83 2/15/92 12/30/92 11/26/95 2/25/10 1/9/14 3/7/15 3/4/16

BY OPPONENT at UNLV 108, NAU 20 Colorado 103, at NAU 69 at BYU 107, NAU 67 at Utah 124, NAU 68 New Mexico 106, at NAU 81 at Cal Poly Pomona 110, NAU 75 at Colorado 129, NAU 47 Colorado 112, at NAU 76 at Utah State 110, NAU 93 at New Mexico State 102, NAU 80 at CS Los Angeles 107, NAU 59 at Arizona State 116, NAU 59 at UNLV 102, NAU 40 at Idaho State 102, NAU 62 Valparaiso 101, at NAU 79 Fairfield 103, NAU 79 Sacramento State 104, at NAU 98 at Sacramento State 104, NAU 79 at Sacramento State 105, NAU 81 Sacramento State 111, at NAU 79

Home Losses Start a season: 8 - All of 1975-76 Season/All-Time: 8 - All of 1975-76 Road Losses Start a season: 13 - 12/4/92 to 3/6/93 Season: 13 - 2x; last 12/4/92 to 3/6/93 All-Time: 40 - 3/3/90 to 12/18/93 Neutral Losses Season: 4 - 3x; last 11/24/95 to 3/7/96 All-Time: 7 - 12/5/86 to 11/29/87 Conference Losses Season: 16 - 1/2 to 3/7/92 All-Time: 40 - 1/26/91 to 1/13/94 Conference Home Losses Season: 8 - 2x; last 1/9 to 3/7/92 All-Time: 19 - 1/26/91 to 1/13/94 Conference Road Losses Season: 9 - 12/31/15 to 2/27/16 All-Time: 23 - 1/11/91 to 3/6/93

OVERTIME GAMES (14-22) 2/1/79 12/8/78 1/21/82 11/26/83 1/5/88 12/11/94 11/23/98 1/21/99 2/11/99 1/6/01 1/4/02 2/23/02 1/4/03 12/30/04 12/19/05 11/19/06 1/20/07 2/28/08 11/19/08 1/2/09 2/21/09 12/5/09 12/4/10 12/20/12 2/4/13 2/16/13 1/23/14 1/31/15 1/2/16 2/20/16 12/31/16 2/25/17

Arizona 80, at NAU 79 NAU 83, at Fort Lewis 79 New Mexico 80, at NAU 72 New Mexico 72, at NAU 70 Kansas State 74, at NAU 65 at NAU 82, Fresno State 74 Sam Houston State 78, at NAU 72 NAU 69, at Idaho State 64 at Montana State 59, NAU 54 Weber State 62, at NAU 61 at UNLV 76, NAU 72 at NAU 76, Montana 74 at NAU 85, UNLV 76 at NAU 63, Hartford 59 NAU 84, Colorado 83 NAU 55, at North Dakota State 50 at NAU 72, Portland State 71 NAU 70, at Weber State 68 at Utah State 64, NAU 56 at Eastern Washington 74, NAU 60 Sacramento State 83, at NAU 80 Arkansas State 65, at NAU 62 Utah State 80, at NAU 75 at Montana 79, NAU 71 at NAU 76, Southern Utah 74 at NAU 64, North Dakota 60 Northern Colorado 86, at NAU 82 at NAU 73, Southern Utah 64 at Montana State 86, NAU 77 at Weber State 95, NAU 88 NAU 77, at Southern Utah 68 Portland State 74, at NAU 73

DOUBLE OVERTIME GAMES (1-4) 3/3/05 12/10/11 12/29/11 11/18/12 2/26/15

Eastern Washington 82, at NAU 78 Nebraska 97, at NAU 88 at Sacramento State 91, NAU 85 at Nebraska Omaha 79, NAU 75 at NAU 72, North Dakota 68

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HISTORY

ANNUAL TEAM LEADERS Scoring Year 1992-93: 1993-94: 1994-95: 1995-96: 1996-97: 1997-98: 1998-99: 1999-00: 2000-01: 2001-02: 2002-03: 2003-04: 2004-05: 2005-06: 2006-07: 2007-08: 2008-09: 2009-10: 2010-11: 2011-12: 2012-13: 2013-14: 2014-15: 2015-16: 2016-17:

Name Cristina Willis, Sr. Amy Yanish, Fr. Amy Yanish, So. Karli Rikli, Sr. Jess LeBlanc, So. Marisa von Bromssen, Sr. Jess LeBlanc, Sr. Kara Kleinhenz, So. Kara Kleinhenz, Jr. Lynsie Blau, So. Jen Snitker, RSr. Lacey Tolbert, Sr. Alyssa Wahl, So. Alyssa Wahl, Jr. Alyssa Wahl, Sr. Laura Dinkins, RSr. Sade Cunningham, Sr. Amy Patton, Fr. Amy Patton, So. Amy Patton, Jr. Amy Patton, Sr. Amanda Frost, Sr. Erikka Banks, Sr. Alyssa Rader, Fr. Olivia Lucero, RJr.

G 25 27 26 27 27 28 28 29 30 28 27 28 29 28 29 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 30 29 28

Pts Avg. 292 11.7 332 12.3 319 12.3 285 10.6 434 16.1 362 12.9 408 14.6 319 11.0 325 10.8 335 12.0 393 14.6 391 14.0 430 14.8 402 14.4 492 17.0 477 15.9 343 11.4 539 18.6 477 16.4 422 14.6 500 17.2 652 22.5 396 13.2 420 14.5 413 14.8

Laura Dinkins led the team in scoring, field goals made, free throws made, rebounding, assists, steals and minutes played during the 2003-04 season. Field Goal Percentage (min. 125 att.) Year Name G FG-A Pct. 1992-93: Cassandra Yancy, Sr. 26 67-140 .479 1993-94: Karli Rikli, So. 27 82-181 .453 1994-95: Karli Rikli, Jr. 26 87-181 .481 1995-96: Michelle Matchinski, Jr. 27 82-153 .536 1996-97: Sarah Travers, Jr. 28 77-179 .430 1997-98: RaeAnn West, Jr. 26 90-153 .588 1998-99: RaeAnn West, Sr. 28 137-264 .519 1999-00: Anna Sturing, RSo. 22 85-192 .443 2000-01: Anna Sturing, RJr. 28 80-177 .452 2001-02: Jen Snitker, RJr. 28 139-281 .495 2002-03: Jen Snitker, RSr. 27 169-337 .501 2003-04: Laura Dinkins, Fr. 28 66-137 .482 2004-05: Megan Rice, So. 29 115-196 .587 2005-06: Sandra Viksryte, Sr. 25 97-188 .516 2006-07: Megan Porter, Sr. 32 129-235 .549 2007-08: Laura Dinkins, RSr. 30 179-415 .431 2008-09: Sade Cunningham, Sr. 30 134-302 .444 2009-10: Lauren Hoisington, RJr. 28 89-196 .454 2010-11: Jenna Galloway, Sr. 29 60-134 .448 2011-12: Aubrey Davis, Jr. 29 80-154 .519 2012-13: Aubrey Davis, Sr. 29 96-208 .462 2013-14: Erikka Banks, Jr. 27 115-195 .590 2014-15: Raven Anderson, Sr. 30 146-273 .535

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23 30

Field Goals Made Year Name 1992-93: Cristina Willis, Sr. 1993-94: Amy Yanish, Fr. 1994-95: Amy Yanish, So. 1995-96: Keturah Mattox, Sr. 1996-97: Jess LeBlanc, So. 1997-98: Jess LeBlanc, Jr. 1998-99: Jess LeBlanc, Sr. 1999-00: Kara Kleinhenz, So. 2000-01: Kara Kleinhenz, Jr. 2001-02: Lynsie Blau, So. 2002-03: Jen Snitker, RSr. 2003-04: Lacey Tolbert, Sr. 2004-05: Alyssa Wahl, So. 2005-06: Alyssa Wahl, Jr. 2006-07: Alyssa Wahl, Sr. 2007-08: Laura Dinkins, RSr. 2008-09: Sade Cunningham, Sr. 2009-10: Amy Patton, Fr. 2010-11: Amy Patton, So. 2011-12: Amy Patton, Jr. 2012-13: Amy Patton, Sr. 2013-14: Amanda Frost, Sr. 2014-15: Raven Anderson, Sr. 2015-16: Alyssa Rader, Fr. 2016-17: Olivia Lucero, RJr.

G 25 27 26 27 27 28 28 29 30 28 27 28 29 28 29 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 30 29 28

74-152 95-209

.487 .455

Pct. FGM .395 116 .348 104 .325 92 .402 100 .418 163 .445 142 .455 160 .363 105 .371 108 .469 144 .501 169 .410 144 .477 176 .498 165 .530 202 .431 179 .444 134 .395 207 .368 172 .413 157 .413 202 .469 234 .535 146 .390 155 .415 139

Free Throw Percentage (min. 75 att.) Year Name G FT-A Pct. 1992-93: Cristina Willis, Sr. 25 60-99 .606 1993-94: Amy Yanish, Fr. 27 90-120 .750 1994-95: Amy Yanish, So. 26 108-140 .771 1995-96: Jenny Shayani, So. 27 95-120 .792 1996-97: Jenny Shayani, Jr. 28 96-122 .787 1997-98: Jess LeBlanc, Jr. 28 67-89 .753 1998-99: RaeAnn West, Sr. 28 102-127 .803 1999-00: Kara Kleinhenz, So. 29 72-86 .837 2000-01: Kara Kleinhenz, Jr. 30 71-90 .789 2001-02: Constance Richard, RFr. 28 42-79 .532 2002-03: Joy Dixon, RSr. 28 58-89 .652 2003-04: Lacey Tolbert, Sr. 28 78-91 .857 2004-05: Megan Rice, So. 29 73-94 .777 2005-06: Nicky Eason, RSr. 33 65-92 .707 2006-07: Megan Porter, Sr. 32 89-119 .748 2007-08: Sade Cunningham, Jr. 29 70-87 .805 2008-09: Lauren Hoisington, RSo. 30 93-134 .694 2009-10: Caty Huntington, So. 28 64-89 .719 2010-11: Amy Patton, So. 29 82-106 .774 2011-12: Amy Patton, Jr. 29 71-96 .740 2012-13: Paige Haynes, Sr. 29 73-93 .785 2013-14: Amanda Frost, Sr. 29 111-128 .867 2014-15: Erikka Banks, Sr. 30 106-148 .716 2015-16: Taylor Leyva, Jr. 30 53-77 .688 2016-17: Olivia Lucero, RJr. 28 92-119 .773 Free Throws Made Year Name G 1992-93: Cristina Willis, Sr. 25 1993-94: Amy Yanish, Fr. 27 1994-95: Amy Yanish, So. 26 1995-96: Jenny Shayani, So. 27 1996-97: Jenny Shayani, Jr. 28 Jess LeBlanc, So. 27 1997-98: Tina Douglas-Pedersen, RSr. 28 1998-99: RaeAnn West, Sr. 28 1999-00: Kara Kleinhenz, So. 29 2000-01: Kristi Harkey, RSr. 30 2001-02: Lindsey Foster, Jr. 28 2002-03: Joy Dixon, RSr. 28 2003-04: Lacey Tolbert, Sr. 28 2004-05: Megan Rice, So. 29 2005-06: Megan Porter, Jr. 33 2006-07: Megan Porter, Sr. 32 2007-08: Laura Dinkins, RSr. 30 2008-09: Lauren Hoisington, RSo. 30 2009-10: Caty Huntington, So. 28 2010-11: Amy Patton, So. 29

Pct. FTM .606 60 .750 90 .771 108 .792 95 .787 96 .711 96 .684 80 .803 102 .837 72 .699 86 .921 58 .652 58 .857 78 .777 73 .706 84 .748 89 .628 115 .694 93 .719 64 .774 82

2011-12: 2012-13: 2013-14: 2014-15: 2015-16: 2016-17:

Amy Patton, Jr. Paige Haynes, Sr. Erikka Banks, Jr. Erikka Banks, Sr. Alyssa Rader, Fr. Olivia Lucero, RJr.

29 29 27 30 29 28

.740 .785 .816 .716 .630 .773

71 73 129 106 92 92

Kara Kleinhenz led, or tied for the lead, the team in three-pointers made three times during her career in addition to being the team’s top scorer twice. Three-Point Percentage (min. 50 att.) Year Name G 1992-93: Keturah Mattox, Fr. 26 1993-94: Barb Cirbo, Sr. 27 1994-95: Jenny Shayani, Fr. 26 1995-96: Jenny Shayani, So. 27 1996-97: Marisa von Bromssen, Jr. 28 1997-98: Marisa von Bromssen, Sr. 28 1998-99: Liz Metsers, Jr. 25 1999-00: Lindsey Foster, Fr. 24 2000-01: Joy Dixon, RSo. 29 2001-02: Lacey Tolbert, So. 28 2002-03: Lindsey Foster, Sr. 26 2003-04: Natalie Metz, Fr. 28 2004-05: Natalie Metz, So. 29 2005-06: Kim Winkfield, RJr. 33 2006-07: Alyssa Wahl, Sr. 29 2007-08: Janelle Matthews, Jr. 29 2008-09: Sade Cunningham, Sr. 30 2009-10: Katie Pratt, So. 28 2010-11: Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, So. 29 2011-12: Amanda Frost, So. 29 2012-13: Amanda Frost, Jr. 18 2013-14: Amanda Frost, Sr. 29 2014-15: Brittani Lusain, So. 30 2015-16: Taylor Leyva, Jr. 30 2016-17: Taylor Leyva, Sr. 28

3FG-A Pct. 27-86 .314 21-68 .309 25-74 .338 22-70 .314 64-155 .413 64-153 .418 19-52 .365 37-101 .366 20-54 .370 38-93 .409 38-105 .362 41-115 .357 28-75 .373 42-125 .290 23-57 .404 42-101 .416 18-51 .353 21-65 .323 50-146 .342 45-125 .360 17-55 .309 73-194 .376 22-79 .278 23-61 .377 19-50 .380

Three-Pointers Made Year Name G 1992-93: Jody Hensen, So. 26 1993-94: Amy Yanish, Fr. 27 1994-95: Amy Yanish, So. 26 1995-96: Marisa von Bromssen, So. 27 1996-97: Marisa von Bromssen, Jr. 28 1997-98: Marisa von Bromssen, Sr. 28 1998-99: Kara Kleinhenz, Fr. 28 Liz Metsers, Jr. 25 1999-00: Lindsey Foster, Fr. 24 Kara Kleinhenz, So. 29 2000-01: Kara Kleinhenz, Jr. 30 2001-02: Lacey Tolbert, So. 28 2002-03: Lindsey Foster, Sr. 26 2003-04: Natalie Metz, Fr. 28 2004-05: Kim Winkfield, RSo. 29 2005-06: Kim Winkfield, RJr. 33

Pct. 3FGM .283 36 .272 34 .245 27 .274 45 .413 64 .418 64 .463 19 .365 19 .366 37 .343 37 .333 38 .409 38 .362 38 .357 41 .344 53 .290 42


ANNUAL TEAM LEADERS Kim Winkfield, RSr. 32 Janelle Matthews, Jr. 29 Janelle Matthews, Sr. 30 Amy Patton, Fr. 29 Amy Patton, So. 29 Amanda Frost, So. 29 Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, Sr. 28 Amanda Frost, Sr. 29 Brittani Lusain, So. 30 Rene Coggins, So. 27 Rene Coggins, Jr. 30 Rene Coggins, Sr. 30

.352 .416 .351 .313 .313 .360 .278 .376 .278 .237 .369 .353

76 42 33 65 51 45 42 73 22 22 52 61

Rebounding Year Name G Reb Avg. 1992-93: Cassandra Yancy, Sr. 26 171 6.6 1993-94: Karli Rikli, So. 27 207 7.7 1994-95: Karli Rikli, Jr. 26 163 6.3 1995-96: Karli Rikli, Sr. 27 192 7.1 1996-97: Jess LeBlanc, So. 27 163 6.0 1997-98: Tina Douglas-Pedersen, RSr. 28 234 8.4 1998-99: Jess LeBlanc, Sr. 28 149 5.3 1999-00: Bridjette Wickham, So. 29 225 7.8 2000-01: Lynsie Blau, Fr. 30 183 6.1 2001-02: Constance Richard, RFr. 28 207 7.4 2002-03: Alexis Rhodes, RJr. 28 168 6.0 2003-04: Alyssa Wahl, Fr. 28 204 7.3 2004-05: Alyssa Wahl, So. 29 212 7.3 2005-06: Nicky Eason, RSr. 33 192 5.8 2006-07: Laura Dinkins, RJr. 32 189 5.9 2007-08: Laura Dinkins, RSr. 30 252 8.4 2008-09: Katie Schafer, RSr. 28 181 6.5 2009-10: Amy Patton, Fr. 29 249 8.6 2010-11: Amy Patton, So. 29 160 5.5 2011-12: Amy Patton, Jr. 29 189 6.5 2012-13: Amy Patton, Sr. 29 233 8.0 2013-14: Erikka Banks, Jr. 27 207 7.7 2014-15: Erikka Banks, Sr. 30 266 8.9 2015-16: Alyssa Rader, Fr. 29 256 8.8 2016-17: Kaleigh Paplow, So. 30 202 6.7

Barb Cirbo led the Lumberjacks in assists, steals and minutes played during the 1992-93 season. Assists Year 1992-93: 1993-94: 1994-95: 1995-96: 1996-97: 1997-98: 1998-99: 1999-00: 2000-01: 2001-02: 2002-03:

Name Barb Cirbo, Jr. Amy Yanish, Fr. Sarah Travers, Fr. Jenny Shayani, So. Sarah Travers, Jr. Jenny Shayani, Sr. Kara Newman, Sr. Kristi Forman, RJr. Lindsey Foster, So. Lindsey Foster, Jr. Lindsey Foster, Sr.

G 25 27 26 27 28 28 28 29 30 28 26

Ast Avg. 105 4.2 74 2.7 63 2.4 86 3.2 124 4.4 96 3.4 85 3.0 97 3.3 81 2.7 125 4.5 111 4.3

2003-04: 2004-05: 2005-06: 2006-07: 2007-08: 2008-09: 2009-10: 2010-11: 2011-12: 2012-13: 2013-14: 2014-15: 2015-16: 2016-17:

Lacey Tolbert, Sr. Kim Winkfield, RSo. Kim Winkfield, RJr. Sade Cunningham, So. Sade Cunningham, Jr. Sade Cunningham, Sr. Vickie Toney, RJr. Vickie Toney, RSr. Amy Patton, Jr. Paige Haynes, Sr. Brittani Lusain, Fr. Brittani Lusain, So. Alyssa Rader, Fr. Rene Coggins, Sr.

28 29 33 32 29 30 29 28 29 29 28 30 29 30

Steals Year 1992-93: 1993-94: 1994-95: 1995-96: 1996-97: 1997-98: 1998-99: 1999-00: 2000-01: 2001-02: 2002-03: 2003-04: 2004-05: 2005-06: 2006-07: 2007-08: 2008-09: 2009-10: 2010-11: 2011-12: 2012-13: 2013-14: 2014-15: 2015-16: 2016-17:

Name Barb Cirbo, Jr. Barb Cirbo, Sr. Keturah Mattox, Jr. Keturah Mattox, Sr. Jenny Shayani, Jr. Jenny Shayani, Sr. Kristi Forman, RSo. Lindsey Foster, Fr. Lindsey Foster, So. Lindsey Foster, Jr. Lindsey Foster, Sr. Lacey Tolbert, Sr. Alyssa Wahl, So. Kim Winkfield, RJr. Kim Winkfield, RSr. Sade Cunningham, Jr. Laura Dinkins, RSr. Sade Cunningham, Sr. Caty Huntington, So. Amy Patton, So. Amy Patton, Jr. Amy Patton, Sr. Amanda Frost, Sr. Erikka Banks, Sr. Taylor Leyva, Jr. Kaleigh Paplow, So.

G Stl Avg. 25 58 2.3 27 69 2.6 26 49 1.9 27 61 2.3 28 62 2.2 28 56 2.0 28 46 1.6 24 45 1.9 30 62 2.1 28 65 2.3 26 66 2.5 28 47 1.7 29 44 1.5 33 64 1.9 32 62 1.9 29 48 1.7 30 48 1.6 30 51 1.7 28 70 2.5 29 57 2.0 29 57 2.0 29 69 2.4 29 72 2.5 30 60 2.0 30 36 1.2 30 34 1.1

111 121 144 156 161 177 137 123 74 109 138 123 80 79

4.0 4.2 4.4 4.9 5.6 5.9 4.7 4.4 2.6 3.8 4.9 4.1 2.8 2.6

Blocked Shots Year Name G Blk Avg. 1992-93: Keturah Mattox, Fr. 26 16 0.6 1993-94: Lena Pierce, So. 27 6 0.2 1994-95: Cindy McIntyre, Fr. 26 6 0.2 1995-96: Roxy Hofer, Sr. 27 5 0.2 1996-97: Jess LeBlanc, So. 27 11 0.4 1997-98: RaeAnn West, Jr. 26 12 0.5 Tina Douglas-Pedersen, RSr. 28 12 0.4 1998-99: RaeAnn West, Sr. 28 19 0.7 1999-00: Anna Sturing, RSo. 22 57 2.6 2000-01: Anna Sturing, RJr. 28 49 1.8 2001-02: Constance Richard, RFr. 28 45 1.6 2002-03: Alexis Rhodes, RJr. 28 29 1.0 2003-04: Alexis Rhodes, RSr. 28 27 1.0 2004-05: Alyssa Wahl, So. 29 26 0.9 2005-06: Kim Winkfield, RJr. 33 41 1.2 2006-07: Kim Winkfield, RSr. 32 50 1.6 2007-08: Ashley Ingle, Jr. 30 99 3.3 2008-09: Lauren Hoisington, RSo. 30 12 0.4 2009-10: Tyler-Stephens-Jenkins, Fr. 24 20 0.8 2010-11: Tyler Stephens-Jenkins, So. 29 22 0.8 2011-12: Aubrey Davis, Jr. 29 33 1.1 2012-13: Aubrey Davis, Sr. 29 33 1.1 2013-14: Raven Anderson, Jr. 27 28 1.0 2014-15: Raven Anderson, Sr. 30 39 1.3 2015-16: Taylor Leyva, Jr. 30 9 0.3 2016-17: Kaleigh Paplow, So. 30 9 0.3 Minutes Played Year Name 1992-93: Barb Cirbo, Jr. 1993-94: Karli Rikli, So. 1994-95: Karli Rikli, Jr. 1995-96: Karli Rikli, Sr. 1996-97: Jess LeBlanc, So. 1997-98: Kara Newman

Kristi (Forman) Harkey was a steady presence on the court for NAU, pacing the team in minutes played three consecutive seasons from 1998-2001. 1998-99: 1999-00: 2000-01: 2001-02: 2002-03: 2003-04: 2004-05: 2005-06: 2006-07: 2007-08: 2008-09: 2009-10: 2010-11: 2011-12: 2012-13: 2013-14: 2014-15: 2015-16: 2016-17:

Kristi Forman, RSo. Kristi Forman, RJr. Kristi Harkey, RSr. Lindsey Foster, Jr. Lindsey Foster, Sr. Lacey Tolbert, Sr. Alyssa Wahl, So. Nicky Eason, RSr. Sade Cunningham, So. Laura Dinkins, RSr. Sade Cunningham, Sr. Amy Patton, Fr. Amy Patton, So. Amy Patton, Jr. Amy Patton, Sr. Amanda Frost, Sr. Erikka Banks, Sr. Rene Coggins, Jr. Rene Coggins, Sr.

28 29 30 28 26 28 29 33 32 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 30 30 30

939 1,000 908 856 875 953 995 1,003 1,072 1,144 1,122 1,001 863 838 1,042 1,049 979 1,047 1,078

33.5 34.5 30.3 30.6 33.7 34.0 34.3 30.4 33.5 38.1 37.4 34.5 29.8 28.9 35.9 36.2 32.6 34.9 35.9

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G Min Avg. 25 795 31.8 27 896 33.2 26 724 27.8 27 756 28.0 27 938 34.7 28 837 29.9

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2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE 1,000 POINT CLUB 1. AMY PATTON (2009-13) - 1,938 POINTS YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2009-10 29-28 1,001-34.5 207-524 .395 65-208 .313 60-92 .652 539-18.6 2010-11 29-20 863-29.8 172-467 .368 51-163 .313 82-106 .774 477-16.4 2011-12 29-20 838-28.9 157-380 .413 37-114 .325 71-96 .740 422-14.6 2012-13 29-29 1,042-35.9 202-489 .413 40-140 .286 56-73 .767 500-17.2 TOTALS 116-97 3,744-32.3 738-1,860 .397 193-625 .309 269-367 .733 1,938-16.7

2. ALYSSA WAHL (2003-07) - 1,678 POINTS

HISTORY

YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2003-04 28-28 884-31.6 135-330 .409 9-47 .191 75-96 .781 354-12.6 2004-05 29-29 995-34.3 176-369 .477 15-43 .349 63-89 .708 430-14.8 2005-06 28-26 839-30.0 165-331 .498 20-40 .500 52-69 .754 402-14.4 2006-07 29-29 883-30.4 202-381 .530 23-57 .404 65-95 .684 492-17.0 TOTALS 114-112 3,601-31.3 678-1,411 .481 67-187 .358 255-349 .731 1,678-14.7

3. JESS LEBLANC (1995-99) - 1,450 POINTS YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 1995-96 27-1 515-19.1 89-181 .492 13-33 .394 61-84 .726 252-9.3 1996-97 27-27 938-34.7 163-390 .418 12-32 .375 96-135 .711 434-16.1 1997-98 28-28 816-29.1 142-319 .445 5-20 .250 67-89 .753 356-12.7 1998-99 28-25 850-30.4 160-352 .455 8-21 .381 80-107 .748 408-14.6 TOTALS 110-81 3,119-28.4 554-1,242 .446 38-106 .358 304-415 .733 1,450-13.2

4. MINDY SHERRED (1983-87) - 1,216 POINTS YEAR 1983-84 1985-86 1986-87 TOTALS

GP Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 24 784-32.7 127-334 .380 -- -- 92-143 .643 346-14.4 25 472-18.9 106-249 .426 -- -- 120-146 .822 332-13.3 27 839-31.1 162-412 .393 -- -- 214-273 .784 538-19.9 76 2,095-27.6 395-995 .397 -- -- 426-562 .758 1,216-16.0

5. JULIE HANKS (1983-86) - 1,165 POINTS YEAR 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 TOTALS

GP Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 24 859-35.8 135-329 .410 -- -- 61-83 .735 331-13.8 25 851-37.0 182-439 .415 -- -- 69-94 .734 433-17.3 25 788-31.5 176-384 .458 -- -- 49-62 .790 401-16.0 74 2,498-34.7 493-1,152 .428 -- -- 179-239 .749 1,165-15.7

6. SADE CUNNINGHAM (2005-09) - 1,110 POINTS YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2005-06 32-31 997-31.2 97-208 .466 4-8 .500 39-54 .722 237-7.4 2006-07 32-32 1,072-33.5 103-227 .454 2-9 .222 46-59 .780 254-7.9 2007-08 29-26 970-33.4 94-237 .397 18-43 .419 70-87 .805 276-9.5 2008-09 30-30 1,122-37.4 134-302 .353 18-51 .353 57-87 .655 343-11.4 TOTALS 123-119 4,161-33.8 428-974 .378 42-111 .378 212-287 .739 1,110-9.0

7. LACEY TOLBERT (2000-04) - 1,087 POINTS YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2000-01 26-2 247-9.9 25-80 .313 12-38 .316 10-16 .625 72-2.9 2001-02 28-14 672-24.0 102-224 .418 38-93 .409 18-32 .562 260-9.3 2002-03 27-27 833-30.9 155-325 .477 10-50 .200 44-63 .698 364-13.5 2003-04 28-27 953-34.0 144-351 .410 25-81 .309 78-91 .857 391-14.0 TOTALS 109-70 2,705-24.8 426-980 .435 85-262 .324 150-202 .743 1,087-10.0

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1,000 POINT CLUB 8. PEGGY KENNEDY (1976-79) - 1,082 POINTS YEAR 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 TOTALS

GP Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 18 -- 130-378 .344 -- -- 55-98 .561 315-17.5 19 -- 150-415 .361 -- -- 56-67 .836 356-18.7 20 -- 166-411 .404 -- -- 79-108 .731 411-20.6 57 -- 446-1,204 .370 -- -- 190-273 .696 1,082-19.0

YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2011-12 29-9 596-20.6 88-217 .406 45-125 .360 27-34 .794 248-8.6 2012-13 18-17 574-31.9 63-148 .426 17-55 .309 36-45 .800 179-9.9 2013-14 29-29 1,049-36.2 234-499 .469 73-194 .376 111-128 .867 652-22.5 TOTALS 76-55 2,219-29.2 385-864 .446 135-374 .361 174-207 .841 1,079-14.2

10. LEA ANN EVERS (1977-81) - 1,073 POINTS YEAR 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 TOTALS

GP Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 19 -- 62-180 .344 -- -- 37-49 .755 161-8.5 20 -- 106-228 .465 -- -- 36-42 .857 248-12.4 26 -- 122-276 .442 -- -- 66-83 .795 310-11.9 24 -- 156-370 .422 -- -- 42-68 .618 354-14.8 89 -- 446-1,054 .423 -- -- 181-242 .748 1,073-12.1

11. KIM WINKFIELD (2002-07) - 1,061 POINTS YEAR GP Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2002-03 28-1 474-16.9 49-137 .358 22-67 .328 21-29 .724 141-5.0 2004-05 29-13 782-27.0 88-241 .365 53-154 .344 41-57 .719 270-9.3 2005-06 33-24 910-27.6 94-283 .332 42-145 .290 35-49 .714 265-8.0 2006-07 32-31 860-26.9 138-368 .375 76-216 .352 33-50 .660 385-12.0 TOTALS 122-69 3,026-24.8 369-1,029 .359 193-582 .332 130-185 .703 1,061-8.7

12. RENE COGGINS (2013-17) - 1,053 POINTS YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2013-14 26-25 949-36.5 76-208 .365 32-107 .299 9-12 .750 193-7.4 2014-15 27-16 835-30.9 64-210 .305 22-93 .237 30-35 .857 180-6.7 2015-16 30-29 1,047-34.9 122-314 .389 52-141 .369 38-50 .760 334-11.1 2016-17 30-30 1,078-35.9 119-339 .351 61-173 .353 47-59 .797 346-11.5 TOTALS 113-100 3,909-34.6 381-1,071 .356 167-514 .325 124-156 .795 1,053-9.3

13. MEGAN PORTER (2003-07) - 1,042 POINTS YEAR GP Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2003-04 21-0 154-7.3 12-27 .444 1-3 .333 6-6 1.000 31-1.5 2004-05 29-29 892-30.8 115-196 .587 0-2 .000 73-94 .777 303-10.4 2005-06 33-32 892-27.0 133-281 .473 7-18 .389 84-119 .706 357-10.8 2006-07 32-32 851-26.6 129-235 .549 4-15 .267 89-119 .748 351-11.0 TOTALS 115-93 2,789-24.3 389-739 .526 12-38 .316 252-338 .746 1,042-9.1

14. JENNY SHAYANI (1994-98) - 1,039 POINTS YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 1994-95 26-0 456-17.5 57-156 .365 25-74 .338 47-61 .770 186-7.2 1995-96 27-27 719-26.6 58-155 .367 22-70 .314 95-120 .792 233-8.6 1996-97 28-27 917-32.8 99-266 .372 28-89 .315 96-122 .787 322-11.5 1997-98 28-27 816-29.1 95-221 .430 44-108 .407 64-89 .719 298-10.6 TOTALS 109-81 2,908-26.7 309-798 .387 119-341 .349 302-392 .770 1,039-9.5

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9. AMANDA FROST (2011-14) - 1,079 POINTS


2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE 1,000 POINT CLUB 15. TANJA BRUNGARD (1985-90) - 1,037 POINTS YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 1985-86 25 393-15.7 43-99 .434 -- -- 42-52 .808 116-4.6 1987-88 29-26 691-23.8 97-202 .480 0-3 .000 68-121 .562 268-9.2 1988-89 26-26 697-26.8 114-233 .489 0-0 .000 117-168 .696 345-13.3 1989-90 27-24 713-26.4 102-233 .438 0-0 .000 107-157 .682 308-11.4 TOTALS 107-76 2,494-23.3 356-767 .464 0-3 .000 334-498 .671 1,037-9.7

16. BRITTANI LUSAIN (2013-17) - 1,023 POINTS

HISTORY

YEAR GP-S Min.-Avg. FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Pts-Avg. 2013-14 28-19 899-32.1 121-315 .384 6-30 .200 115-161 .714 363-13.0 2014-15 30-30 883-29.4 110-339 .324 22-79 .278 63-91 .692 305-10.2 2015-16 11-11 271-24.6 40-111 .360 2-17 .118 19-39 .487 101-9.2 2016-17 26-19 580-22.3 95-229 .415 10-32 .313 54-84 .643 254-9.8 TOTALS 95-79 2,633-27.7 366-994 .368 40-158 .253 251-375 .669 1,023-10.8

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1976-79; INDUCTED 1984

1983-87; INDUCTED 1993

1983-86; INDUCTED 1994

Peggy Kennedy set records for points in a career (1,082), season (411) and game (45). She remains in the career top 10 in seven categories, including the top spot in scoring average (19.0 ppg) and rebound average (11.3 rpg). She was the first to record 20 rebounds in a game and twice set the single-game record with nine steals. Her 45 points vs. Utah State in 1979 is the highest single-game scoring effort by an NAU woman.

At the time of her induction, Mindy Sherred owned eight records, including 1,216 points scored, 426 free throws made, 526 free throws attempted and an .810 free throw percentage. Sherred set a record with 538 points in 1986-87 and set game records with 19 free throws made in 22 attempts against Southern Utah. She shares a record for free throw percentage in a game, making 14-of-14 shots against Chapman.

Julie Hanks was named the NAU Female Athlete of the Year in 1986 and her name is in the NAU record book 11 times. At the time of her induction, Hanks possessed NAU records for field goals in a season (182 in 1984-85) and a career (493). Her name is in the top five for field goals made in a season, career points scored (1,165) and career field goal attempts (1,152). In addition, Hanks once held positions in the top 10 for assists, rebounds and field goal percentage.

1977-81; INDUCTED 1995

2003-07; INDUCTED 2012

1995-99; INDUCTED 2013

At the time of induction, Lea Ann Evers owned 25 NAU marks. Currently she is on four career and two single-season lists. She is 10th in career points (1,073), tied for fifth in field goals (446), seventh in field goal attempts (1,054) and 10th in free throw percentage (.748). Her season marks include eighth in free throw percentage (.795 in 1979-80). She scored 32 points against Arizona in 1980.

As she was inducted to the NAU Hall of Fame, Alyssa Wahl was the leading scorer with 1,678 points and leading rebounder with 771 rebounds in NAU program history among several categories in which Wahl ranks among the best in team history. She was a three-time All-Big Sky First Team selection and in 2006 led NAU to a Big Sky championship and its only berth in the NCAA Championship in program history.

Jess LeBlanc was the most recent member of the to be inducted into the NAU Hall of Fame, a fitting honor for one of the finest players in program history. LeBlanc’s name appears in NAU’s career record books in nine categories including third in points scored, field goals made and attempted and fourth in free throws made and attempted. At the conclusion of her career, LeBlanc’s 1,450 points were a school record.

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2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE HONORS AND AWARDS

HISTORY

National NCAA Division I Statistics (top-50 rankings) 1986-87.......... Mindy Sherred - 21st, scoring average 1996-97...... Marisa von Bromssen: 21st - 3-point pct. ................................. Team - 24th, 3-point percentage 1997-98...... Marisa von Bromssen, 25th - 3-point pct. ..... Marisa von Bromssen - 41st, 3-pointers per game ................................. Team - 13th, 3-point percentage .......................................Team - 21st, win percentage ....................................... Team - 29th, scoring margin 1999-2000..........Anna Sturing - 6th, blocks per game ................Team - 18th, field goal percentage defense 2000-01......... Anna Sturing - T30th, blocks per game ................Team - 15th, field goal percentage defense 2001-02........................Team - 12th, blocks per game ......................................Team - 34th, scoring defense ................Team - 35th, field goal percentage defense ....................................... Team - 45th, scoring margin 2003-04...............Lacey Tolbert - 20th, free throw pct. 2005-06.....Kim Winkfield - 38th, 3-pointers per game ...................Alyssa Wahl - 39th, field goal percentage ............... Sade Cunningham - 41st, assists per game ....................................Team - 14th, assists per game ..............................Team - 24th, field goal percentage .....................................Team - 39th, blocks per game 2007-08..Sade Cunningham - 19th, assists per game ............................Ashley Ingle - 6th, blocks per game 2008-09..Sade Cunningham - 12th, assists per game 2009-10...............Amy Patton - 24th, scoring average 2011-12........................ Team - 20th, steals per game 2013-14...........Amanda Frost - 10th, scoring average .............. Amanda Frost - 27th, free throw percentage ........................Amanda Frost - 34th, steals per game .................... Amanda Frost - 35th, final points scored ..............................Team - 26th, field goal percentage ....................................Team - 46th, assists per game 2015-16.............Alyssa Rader - 38th, double-doubles 2016-17........................Team - 35th, fewest turnovers ...............................Team - 44th, 3-pointers per game ............................ Team - 46th, free throw percentage

CoSIDA Academic All-America 1987.................................. Tracey Barnes, First Team 2016................................. Rene Coggins, Third Team 2017............................. Rene Coggins, Second Team College Sports Madness Mid-Major All-American 2013-14................................................ Amanda Frost

Regional CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 2016.................................. Rene Coggins, First Team 2017.................................. Rene Coggins, First Team

Northern Arizona University Female Athlete of the Year 1985-86.................................................. Pecola Miller 1986-87.................................................... Julie Hanks Marie M. Rolle Award (Team MVP) 1992-93................................................. Cristina Willis 1993-94.....................................................Barb Cirbo! 1994-95.............................................. Shaunice Warr! ................................................................ Amy Yanish! 1995-96......................................................Karli Rikli~ 1996-97................................................Jess LeBlanc~ 1997-98.................................. Marisa von Bromssen~ 1998-99...............................................RaeAnn West~ 1999-2000...........................................Kara Kleinhenz 2000-01.................................................Kristi Harkey~ 2001-02.............................................. Lindsey Foster! 2002-03...................................................Jen Snitker~ 2003-04................................................Lacey Tolbert~ 2004-05................................................. Alyssa Wahl~ 2005-06................................................. Alyssa Wahl~ 2006-07................................................. Megan Porter 2007-08....................................... Sade Cunningham~ 2008-09....................................... Sade Cunningham~ 2009-10.................................................. Amy Patton~ 2010-11.................................................. Amy Patton~ 2011-12.................................................. Amy Patton~

Vickie Toney was voted the Big Sky’s Top Newcomer in 2010 after averaging 4.7 assists per game - fifth in the conference in her debut season at NAU.

2012-13.................................................. Amy Patton~ 2013-14.............................................. Amanda Frost~ ~All-Big Sky First or Second Team !All-Big Sky Honorable Mention

Big Sky Conference All-Decade Team 1982-92..................................Michelle Kirby, 1987-90 Coach of the Year 1998.......................................................Meg Sanders Top Newcomer 2002.......................................................... Jen Snitker 2005........................................................ Nicky Eason 2010........................................................Vickie Toney Outstanding Freshman 1994......................................................... Amy Yanish 1996.......................................................Jess LeBlanc 2001..........................................................Lynsie Blau 2004........................................................ Alyssa Wahl 2010......................................................... Amy Patton 2014..................................................... Brittani Lusain 2016.......................................................Alyssa Rader Outstanding Sixth Player 1996.......................................................Jess LeBlanc 1998......................................................RaeAnn West Tournament MVP 2006........................................................ Alyssa Wahl

Amy Yanish was the first Lumberjack to be named Big Sky Outstanding Freshman in 1994, and a year later was named the team’s Most Valuable Player as a sophomore.

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All-Big Sky Tournament Team 1997.......................................................Jess LeBlanc 1998...................................... Tina Douglas-Pedersen ................................................. Marisa von Bromssen 1999......................................................RaeAnn West 2005........................................................ Nicky Eason 2006............................................. Alyssa Wahl (MVP) ................................................................ Nicky Eason .............................................................. Kim Winkfield 2007...................................................... Megan Porter ................................................................ Alyssa Wahl


HONORS AND AWARDS

Nicky Eason is one of two players in program history, along with Alyssa Wahl, to be named to the Big Sky All-Tournament team twice in their career.

All-Conference Teams 1988................... Tanja Brungard, Honorable Mention 1989................... Tanja Brungard, Honorable Mention 1990......................................................Michelle Kirby ........................... Tanja Brungard, Honorable Mention 1992..................... Tracy Carlson, Honorable Mention 1994......................................................... Amy Yanish .................................. Barb Cirbo, Honorable Mention 1995.................... Shaunice Warr, Honorable Mention .................................Amy Yanish, Honorable Mention 1996............................................................. Karli Rikli ........................... Keturah Mattox, Honorable Mention 1997.......................................................Jess LeBlanc ............................ Jenny Shayani, Honorable Mention .................Marisa von Bromssen, Honorable Mention 1998...................................... Tina Douglas-Pedersen ...............................................................Jess LeBlanc ................................................. Marisa von Bromssen ............................ Jenny Shayani, Honorable Mention 1999.......................................................Jess LeBlanc ..............................................................RaeAnn West 2000........................................Kristi Forman (Harkey) ............................ Lindsey Foster, Honorable Mention 2001........................................Kristi (Forman) Harkey ........................... Kara Kleinhenz, Honorable Mention 2002..........................................................Lynsie Blau .................................................................. Jen Snitker ............................ Lindsey Foster, Honorable Mention 2003.......................................................... Jen Snitker .............................. Lacey Tolbert, Honorable Mention 2004.......................................................Lacey Tolbert ................................Alyssa Wahl, Honorable Mention 2005........................................................ Alyssa Wahl .............................. Megan Porter, Honorable Mention 2006........................................................ Nicky Eason ................................................................ Alyssa Wahl 2007......................................Alyssa Wahl, First Team ...................................... Kim Winkfield, Second Team ......................Sade Cunningham, Honorable Mention 2008...................... Sade Cunningham, Second Team ...................................... Laura Dinkins, Second Team 2009...................... Sade Cunningham, Second Team 2010................................. Amy Patton, Second Team 2011.................................. Amy Patton, Second Team 2012................................. Amy Patton, Second Team 2013.......................................Amy Patton, First Team 2014...................................Amanda Frost, First Team

Total Big Sky Awards Amy Patton (4)...................... 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Alyssa Wahl (4)..................... 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Tanja Brungard (3)........................... 1988, 1989, 1990 Sade Cunningham (3)..................... 2007, 2008, 2009 Jess LeBlanc (3).............................. 1997, 1998, 1999 Erikka Banks (2)........................................ 2014, 2015 Lindsey Foster (2)..................................... 2000, 2002 Kristi Harkey (2)......................................... 2000, 2001 Jenny Shayani (2)..................................... 1997, 1998 Jen Snitker (2)........................................... 2002, 2003 Lacey Tolbert (2)........................................ 2003, 2004 Marisa von Bromssen (2).......................... 1997, 1998 Amy Yanish (2).......................................... 1994, 1995 Raven Anderson (1)............................................ 2015 Lynsie Blau (1)..................................................... 2002 Tracy Carlson (1)................................................. 1992 Barb Cirbo (1)...................................................... 1994 Laura Dinkins (1)................................................. 2008 Tina Douglas-Pedersen (1)................................. 1998 Nicky Eason (1)................................................... 2006 Amanda Frost (1)................................................ 2014 Michelle Kirby (1)................................................. 1990 Kara Kleinhenz (1)............................................... 2001 Olivia Lucero (1)................................................ 2017 Keturah Mattox (1)............................................... 1996 Megan Porter (1)................................................. 2005 Karli Rikli (1)........................................................ 1996 Shaunice Warr (1)............................................... 1995 RaeAnn West (1)................................................. 1999 Kim Winkfield (1)................................................. 2007 Player of the Week 1993-94.................................... Amy Yanish, 1/3, 1/24 1995-96......................................... Amy Yanish, 12/12 ...................................................Keturah Mattox, 2/20 1996-97.........................................Jess LeBlanc, 2/24 1997-98......................... Marisa von Bromssen, 12/23 ....................................................Jess LeBlanc, 12/31 ........................................................RaeAnnWest, 2/3 ................................................... Jenny Shayani, 2/10 ....................................... Tina Douglas-Pedersen, 3/3 1998-99..........................................RaeAnn West, 3/1 1999-2000................................. Emily Anderson, 2/14 2001-02..........................................Lynsie Blau, 11/26

Jen Snitker earned All-Big Sky honors in both of her seasons in Flagstaff, and was also selected as the conference’s Top Newcomer in 2002.

........................................................Lacey Tolbert, 2/4 ......................................................... Jen Snitker, 2/25 2002-03............................................ Jen Snitker, 2/24 2003-04........................................ Alyssa Wahl, 12/22 2004-05...................................... Megan Porter, 12/13 ..................................................... Nicky Eason, 12/20 ....................................................... Alyssa Wahl, 2/21 2005-06............................. Megan Porter, 12/5, 12/23 .................................................. Alyssa Wahl, 1/9, 2/6 ....................................................... Nicky Eason, 1/16 2006-07.................................... Sade Cunnigham, 2/5 ....................................................... Alyssa Wahl, 2/19 2009-10............................................Amy Patton, 1/11 2011-12..................................... Amanda Frost, 12/12 2012-13..........................................Amy Patton, 11/27 ...................................................... Amanda Frost, 1/7 2013-14......................................... Erikka Banks, 12/2 .................................................... Amanda Frost, 1/20 2014-15........................................... Erikka Banks, 1/5 Active players in bold

Rene Coggins not only finished her career as part of the 1,000 point club, but she also became the first two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American in program history in 2017.

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...............................Erikka Banks, Honorable Mention 2015............................... Erikka Banks, Second Team ......................... Raven Anderson, Honorable Mention 2017................................ Olivia Lucero, Third Team


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HISTORY

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS/COACHING HISTORY Year 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17

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

Away 0-9 0-6 3-8 2-5 2-8 1-12 2-11 1-10 2-9 2-7 4-11 6-6 2-10 4-7 4-8 2-11 0-11 0-12 0-13 4-8 3-9 6-5 4-10 10-5 2-9 3-10 6-9 5-7 6-9 5-8 7-6 5-8 7-8 2-11 3-11 2-15 2-11 1-14 4-11 5-11 2-11 1-14 3-12

Neut. 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-1 2-1 4-2 0-2 2-1 1-4 0-3 1-0 2-1 0-6 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-4 2-0 1-0 2-0 0-2 0-3 1-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 5-2 2-1 0-3 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-1

Overall 2-10 0-14 5-14 5-14 5-15 4-22 4-20 6-20 9-15 10-14 12-14 17-8 9-18 14-15 12-14 11-17 1-26 7-20 2-24 12-15 14-12 14-13 17-11 22-6 14-14 11-18 13-17 17-11 13-15 12-16 19-10 22-11 20-12 10-20 9-21 5-24 11-18 9-20 8-21 9-20 13-17 6-24 9-21

Pct. .167 .000 .263 .263 .250 .154 .167 .231 .375 .417 .462 .680 .333 .483 .462 .393 .037 .259 .083 .444 .538 .519 .607 .786 .500 .379 .433 .607 .464 .429 .655 .667 .625 .333 .300 .172 .379 .310 .276 .310 .433 .200 .300

Conf. 0-7 0-13 2-11 3-11 1-12 0-10 1-9 1-9 -- -- -- -- -- 8-8 6-10 6-10 1-15 0-16 0-14 6-8 6-8 6-8 10-6 15-1* 7-9 7-9 10-6 10-6 6-8 5-9 9-5 9-5+ 11-5 6-10 6-10 3-13 6-10 4-12 7-13 6-14 9-9 2-16 5-13

Coach Joyce Gedde Joyce Gedde Sue Lambert Sue Lambert Linda French Linda French Paulette Gebert Paulette Gebert Paulette Gebert Dave Brown Dave Brown Dave Brown Dave Brown Dave Brown Dave Brown Dave Brown Linda Bruns Linda Bruns Linda Bruns Charli Turner Charli Turner Thorne Charli Turner Thorne Meg Sanders Meg Sanders Meg Sanders Meg Sanders Meg Sanders Meg Sanders Meg Sanders Laurie Kelly Laurie Kelly Laurie Kelly Laurie Kelly Laurie Kelly Laurie Kelly Laurie Kelly Laurie Kelly Laurie Kelly Sue Darling Sue Darling Sue Darling Sue Darling Robyne Bostick

* Big Sky Conference Co-Regular Season Champion + Big Sky Conference Tournament Champion

COACHING TIMELINE

Overall Big Sky Head Coach Yrs Range W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Loree Payne 1 2017-Pres. 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Robyne Bostick 1 2016-17 9-21 .300 5-13 .278 Sue Darling 4 2012-16 36-82 .305 24-52 .316 Laurie Kelly 9 2003-12 117-152 .345 59-79 .428 Meg Sanders 7 1996-2003 107-92 .538 65-43 .602 Charli Turner Thorne 3 1993-96 40-40 .500 18-24 .429 Linda Bruns 3 1990-93 10-70 .125 1-45 .022 Dave Brown 7 1983-90 85-100 .459 12-20 .375 Paulette Gebert 3 1980-83 19-55 .257 -- -Linda French 2 1978-80 9-37 .196 -- -Sue Lambert 2 1976-78 10-28 .263 -- -Joyce Gedde 2 1974-76 2-24 .077 -- -12 coaches 43 1974-2017 444-701 .388 184-276 .400

NATIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Meg Sanders (1996-2003) owns the program’s best winning percentage at .538 and the second-most wins of 107 during her tenure as NAU head coach.

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Year GP FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT PTS AVG REB AVG A TO BLK ST PF 1987-88 29 619-1,570 .394 51-158 .323 370-556 .665 1,659 57.2 950 32.8 370 515 58 183 524 1988-89 26 600-1,508 .398 59-201 .294 462-670 .690 1,712 65.9 936 36.0 290 512 77 184 572 1989-90 28 569-1532 .371 79-230 .343 397-633 .627 1,624 60.2 1,025 38.0 374 578 78 184 524 1990-91 27 521-1,460 .357 39-139 .281 364-569 .640 1,445 53.5 985 36.5 308 709 47 260 513 1991-92 27 627-1,609 .390 103-320 .322 373-543 .687 1,733 64.2 1,030 38.2 368 655 46 254 504 1992-93 26 576-1,527 .377 77-269 .286 264-440 .600 1,492 57.4 986 37.9 333 675 60 277 520 1993-94 27 548-1,557 .352 117-433 .270 370-547 .676 1,583 58.6 915 33.9 271 508 14 276 474 1994-95 26 652-1,687 .386 103-385 .268 446-666 .670 1,853 71.3 1,036 39.8 299 556 12 337 530 1995-96 27 725-1,740 .417 115-414 .278 482-695 .694 2,047 75.8 1,021 37.8 351 569 18 362 539 1996-97 28 648-1,586 .409 134-371 .361 396-570 .695 1,826 65.2 1,033 36.9 411 583 32 272 513 1997-98 28 736-1,627 .452 135-358 .377 427-602 .709 2,034 72.6 1,035 37.0 458 528 46 314 530 1998-99 28 691-1,633 .423 71-226 .314 371-534 .695 1,824 65.1 1,009 36.0 400 485 78 255 556 1999-2000 29 606-1,599 .379 104-328 .317 356-522 .682 1,672 57.7 1,080 37.2 349 526 134 213 469 2000-01 30 620-1,725 .359 107-354 .302 388-595 .652 1,735 57.8 1,146 38.2 374 538 149 248 567 2001-02 28 736-1,712 .430 123-346 .355 311-451 .690 1,906 68.1 1,067 38.1 453 468 146 258 516 2002-03 28 714-1,652 .432 110-363 .303 314-444 .707 1,852 66.1 978 34.9 398 489 88 266 525 2003-04 28 640-1,554 .412 97-327 .297 344-479 .718 1,721 61.5 961 34.3 362 523 101 210 512 2004-05 29 686-1,583 .433 140-429 .326 332-448 .741 1,844 63.6 1,051 36.2 449 515 97 207 478 2005-06 33 840-1,940 .433 115-365 .315 411-595 .691 2,206 66.8 1,226 37.2 550 508 120 290 609 2006-07 32 821-1,851 .444 137-423 .324 435-628 .693 2,214 69.2 1,204 37.6 536 579 145 322 638 2007-08 30 682-1,805 .378 125-403 .310 415-597 .695 1,904 63.5 1,083 36.1 408 498 134 209 518 2008-09 30 643-1,751 .367 137-446 .307 390-557 .700 1,813 60.4 1,137 37.9 390 539 57 206 568 2009-10 29 659-1,728 .381 154-509 .303 299-456 .656 1,771 61.1 1,050 36.2 402 514 78 231 554 2010-11 29 687-1,789 .384 154-499 .309 324-510 .635 1,852 63.9 1,024 35.3 418 469 92 321 575 2011-12 29 725-1,798 .403 158-492 .321 316-518 .610 1,924 66.3 1,113 38.4 421 570 110 341 563 2012-13 29 670-1,676 .400 119-437 .272 321-464 .692 1,780 61.4 1,059 36.5 394 474 94 257 485 2013-14 29 726-1,705 .447 130-412 .316 457-631 .724 2,111 72.8 1,024 35.3 452 546 83 262 572 2014-15 30 691-1,737 .398 104-405 .257 382-541 .706 1,868 62.3 1,182 39.4 386 518 72 215 516 2015-16 30 724-1,861 .389 140-427 .328 368-539 .683 1,956 65.2 1,200 40.0 412 524 63 226 606 2016-17 30 759-1,912 .397 228-698 .327 342-459 .745 2,088 69.6 1,175 39.2 441 423 39 184 531

Tina Douglas-Pedersen led the 1997-98 team in rebounding, was tied for first in blocks and finished third in scoring on NAU’s first-ever conference championship team. The 199798 Lumberjacks earned a share of the regular season title with a 15-1 Big Sky record, reached the program’s first Big Sky Tournament final and set 40 team and individual records.

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2017-18 NORTHERN ARIZONA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE POSTSEASON HISTORY BIG SKY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT (9-17) 1994 - Missoula, Mont. (#4 Seed) Semifinal: at #1 Montana.................................................................L, 74-41 1996 - Missoula, Mont. (#5 Seed) 1st Round: #4 Montana State..........................................................L, 93-72 1997 - Missoula, Mont. (#4 Seed) 1st Round: #5 Weber State............................................................W, 67-62 Semifinal: at #1 Montana.................................................................L, 73-42

HISTORY

1998 - Missoula, Mont. (#2 Seed) Semifinal: #4 Cal State Northridge.................................................W, 61-49 Final: at #1 Montana........................................................................L, 58-48 1999 - Northridge, Calif. (#6 Seed) 1st Round: #3 Montana State.........................................................W, 68-56 Semifinal: at #1 Cal State Northridge..............................................L, 83-66

2005 - Missoula, Mont. (#3 Seed) 1st Round: #6 Sacramento State...................................................W, 67-58 Semifinal: #2 Weber State...............................................................L, 68-63 2006 - Pocatello, Idaho (#3 Seed) ***Tournament Champion*** 1st Round: #6 Portland State.........................................................W, 80-68 Semifinal: #2 Montana....................................................................W, 73-66 Final: #5 Weber State.....................................................................W, 74-59 2007 - Missoula, Mont. (#4 Seed) 1st Round: #5 Montana State.........................................................W, 76-53 Semifinal: at #1 Montana (No. 25)..................................................W, 64-59 Final: #2 Idaho State.......................................................................L, 84-78 2008 - Missoula, Mont. (#6 Seed) 1st Round: #3 Montana State..........................................................L, 84-78

2000 - Missoula, Mont. (#5 Seed) 1st Round: #4 Weber State.............................................................L, 62-60

2009 - Missoula, Mont. (#6 Seed) 1st Round: #3 Montana State..........................................................L, 74-64

2001 - Pocatello, Idaho (#4 Seed) 1st Round: #5 Weber State.............................................................L, 68-49

2015 - Missoula, Mont. (#5 Seed) 1st Round: #4 Eastern Washington.................................................L, 73-57

2002 - Ogden, Utah (#4 Seed) 1st Round: #5 Eastern Washington.................................................L, 70-57

2016 - Reno, Nev. (#12 Seed) 1st Round: #5 Montana...................................................................L, 78-63

2003 - Ogden, Utah (#6 Seed) 1st Round: #3 Montana...................................................................L, 65-58

2017 - Reno, Nev. (#10 Seed) 1st Round: #7 Portland State..........................................................L, 88-76

2004 - Missoula, Mont. (#5 Seed) 1st Round: #4 Montana State..........................................................L, 72-54

NCAA TOURNAMENT (0-1) NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP (0-1)

2006 - Tucson, Ariz. (Albuquerque #14) 1st Round: #3 Baylor..................................................................................................................... L, 74-56

The 2005-06 team made history at NAU, becoming the first Lumberjack women’s team to ever win the Big Sky Conference Tournament and earn the league’s automatic NCAA Tournament berth. The team finished the season with a record of 22-11, tying the 1997-98 team for most wins ever in the history of the program.

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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- For the first 15 minutes or so, the Lady Bears of Bears still led 43-22 at the break. Baylor looked like the defending NCAA champions they are. That was good Lumberjacks guard Kim Winkfield had suggested Baylor was a one-dienough to get them past feisty Northern Arizona 74-56 in their first-round game mensional team, and that holding down Young, the Big 12 Conference player of Saturday night. the year, would open the way for an upset. The Sophia Young scored 23 points, 16 in remark obviously chafed Mulkey-Robertson. the first half, and grabbed eight rebounds “I think we proved today we’re not one-difor Baylor, the No. 3 seed in the Albuquermensional,” the intense Baylor coach said. que Regional. The 10th-ranked Bears (25-6) “Anytime you can get 10 players in, for good advanced to a second-round game Monday minutes, I think it proves that.” night against the winner of Saturday’s final NAU made six of 29 shots in the first half. game in Tucson between Florida and New “I’d love to have that first 10 minutes of the Mexico. game back again,” Northern Arizona coach “With the intensity of the NCAA TourLaurie Kelly said. “I thought we played a fantasnament, you can’t always expect a blowout,” tic final 25 minutes.” Young said. The Lady Bears went up by 23 again, 49-26, Abiola Wabara added 12 points. Jession Wabara’s inside basket 17 minutes from the ca Morrow and Chameka Scott scored 10 for finish. Then the reigning champs let up and the the Bears. scrappy Lumberjacks rallied. Freshman Sade Cunningham led Northern Arizona scored nine in a row in Northern Arizona with 13 points, including a 13-3 run that cut it to 52-39 when Viksryte 7-of-9 from the free-throw line. Sandra Viksmade one of two free throws with 9:32 remainryte scored 11. Alyssa Wahl added 10 points ing. but made just three of 12 shots. Nicky Eason Scott’s three-point play boosted the lead to also scored 10 for NAU. 55-39. The Lumberjacks managed one more Baylor Coach Kim Mulkey-Robertson rally, a 9-2 run that cut it to 63-51 after Laura shrugged off her team’s ragged perforDinkins made two free throws with 5:01 to play. mance. Consecutive turnovers led to four Baylor “This is the NCAA Tournament,” she points and NAU’s hopes for a monumental upsaid. “You just survive and advance.” set were over. The 14th-seeded Lumberjacks (22-11), “They probably thought they could coast” afchampions of the Big Sky Conference Tourter the Bears’ big early lead, Cunningham said. nament and making their first NCAA appear- Sade Cunningham led the Lumberjacks with 13 points and “They slacked off a little and we just had to step ance, made just two of their first 21 shots. four assists against Baylor in NAU’s lone NCAA Tournament it up.” In the meantime, Baylor shot out to a 19-4 appearance. Almost all of the Bears’ points came inside. lead and was up 35-12 on freshman Rachel They were 1-for-10 on 3-pointers. Allison’s basket with 4:29 left in the half. Mulkey-Robertson benched her three starters from last year’s team -Young, Wabara and Chameka Scott -- for a long stretch in the first half, and the Baylor 74, Northern Arizona 56 Northern Arizona min fga 3fga fta rb at to bk st pf pt Alyssa Wahl 35 3-12 2-5 2-2 10 1 5 0 1 5 10 Megan Porter 25 0-5 0-1 0-0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 Sade Cunningham 27 3-9 0-0 7-9 0 4 2 0 0 3 13 Kim Winkfield 26 0-6 0-3 2-2 1 2 1 1 1 0 2 Nicky Eason 35 3-9 0-1 4-5 6 1 3 0 1 2 10 Sandra Viksryte 24 5-8 0-0 1-3 3 0 1 0 0 3 11 Natalie Metz 3 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 Rachel Blackman 0+ 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Janelle Matthews 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Ashley Hardin 0+ 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Laura Dinkins 20 2-3 0-0 4-5 7 1 0 0 0 1 8 Kim Biswanger 1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Beth Hopper 4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team 2 1 Totals 200 17-59 2-11 20-26 36 9 14 1 4 15 56 .288 .182 .769

Score by Periods: Northern Arizona Baylor

1st 2nd Total 22 34 56 43 31 74

Location: Olson Court/McKale Center, Tucson, Ariz. Officials: Lisa Mattingly, Nanette Sisk, Mark Hardcastle Technicals: none Att: 2,158 Points in the Paint: NAU 22, Baylor, 26 Points off Turnovers: NAU 12, Baylor 12 Bench Points: NAU 21, Baylor 12 Scored Tied: once Lead Changed: once Largest Lead: NAU by 2 (1st - 19:26), Baylor by 23 (1st - 4:31)

Baylor min fga 3fga fta rb at to bk st pf pt Sophia Young 33 9-16 0-1 5-7 8 1 3 0 0 3 23 Abiola Wabara 31 4-10 0-0 4-4 7 3 3 1 3 4 12 Jessica Morrow 28 4-9 0-2 2-4 3 1 0 1 0 2 10 Angela Tisdale 26 3-7 0-1 1-1 7 3 1 0 1 4 7 Chameka Scott 32 4-12 1-5 1-1 5 2 2 0 0 2 10 Latoya Wyatt 7 1-1 0-0 0-1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 Rachel Allison 17 3-5 0-0 0-0 5 1 1 0 0 2 6 Jhasmin Player 14 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 1 3 2 Jordan Davis 6 1-3 0-1 0-0 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 Tricia Abbott 6 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 Team 4 Totals 200 30-66 1-10 13-18 47 12 13 2 6 20 74 .455 .100 .722

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HISTORY

1974-75 – 2-10, 0-7 Intermountain* N24 ARIZONA* L 39 93 J31 at Dixie JC L 33 52 F1 at Dixie JC L 52 54 F5 at Arizona State* L 51 59 F7 at Texas-El Paso* L 40 48 F13 at New Mexico* L 37 65 F15 at New Mexico State* L 43 64 F20 at Brigham Young* L 25 78 F21 at Utah State* L 24 76 F22 at Weber State* L 37 65 F28 DIXIE JC W 55 48 M1 DIXIE JC W 56 31 1975-76 – 0-14, 0-13 Intermountain* D5 at UNLV L 20 108 J15 ARIZONA STATE* L 38 54 N/A at Arizona* L 30 82 N/A UTAH STATE* L 20 90 N/A WEBER STATE* L 32 83 N/A at Northern Colorado* L 44 88 N/A at Wyoming* L 27 55 N/A COLORADO* L 36 79 N/A COLORADO STATE* L 52 70 N/A NEW MEXICO STATE* L 34 73 N/A NEW MEXICO* L 46 49 N/A UTEP* L 40 56 N/A at Utah* L 33 78 N/A at BYU* L 26 96 1976-77 – 5-14, 2-11 Intermountain* N29 at San Diego State L 44 64 D4 at Arizona State JV W 74 34 D4 Mesa JC~ L 43 54 D10 PHOENIX JC W 55 36 J7 at Phoenix JC W 69 42 J13 at Utah State* L 53 65 J15 at Weber State* L 53 70 J27 N. COLORADO* L 48 68 J28 CENTRAL ARIZONA JC L 56 61 J29 WYOMING* L 49 53 F4 at Colorado* L 57 67 F5 at Colorado State* W 56 49 F10 at New Mexico State* L 63 85 F11 at New Mexico* L 54 69 F12 at UTEP* L 44 50 F17 UTAH* L 30 70 F19 BYU* L 36 72 F24 at Arizona State* L 50 76 F25 ARIZONA* W 72 66 ~ Played in Tempe, Ariz. 1977-78, 5-14, 3-11 Intermountain* N/A at Central Arizona JC W 68 57 D16 CALIFORNIA L 63 67 D17 TEMPLE JC L 52 95 J13 SAN DIEGO STATE L 65 77 J14 CENTRAL ARIZONA JC W 78 55 J16 ARIZONA STATE* L 60 62 J20 at Northern Colorado* L 65 73 J21 at Colorado* L 46 87 J27 COLORADO STATE*~ L 58 69 J28 WYOMING* L 55 85 F3 at Utah State* L 48 75 F4 at Weber State* L 63 75 F10 NEW MEXICO STATE* L 65 79 F11 UTEP* W 70 55 F17 UTAH* L 58 82 F18 BYU* L 72 92 F23 at Arizona* W 69 65 F25 at New Mexico* L 64 79 M3 ARIZONA STATE* W 66 62 ~First game in the Walkup Skydome

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1978-79 – 5-15, 1-12 Intermountain* N18 YAVAPAI JC W 90 37 D5 ARIZONA STATE L 66 96 D9 CENTRAL ARIZ. JC W 75 73 D12 at Arizona State L 75 98 D16 at Yavapai JC W 89 61 J16 MESA JC W 74 66 J19 at Arizona State* L 79 82 J20 at Central Arizona JC L 80 86 J26 COLORADO* L 69 103 J27 N. COLORADO* L 76 79 F2 at Wyoming* L 73 97 F3 at Colorado State* W 82 77 F9 WEBER STATE* L 72 99 F10 UTAH STATE* L 91 96 F16 at UTEP* L 82 83 F17 at New Mexico State* L 66 79 F23 at BYU* L 67 107 F24 at Utah* L 68 124 M2 ARIZONA* L 75 87 M3 NEW MEXICO* L 81 106 1979-80 – 4-22, 0-10 Intermountain* N16 CENTRAL ARIZONA JC W 81 70 N17 ARIZONA STATE L 65 83 N20 YAVAPAI JC L 56 59 N27 at Mesa JC L 52 63 N30 at Arizona L 66 96 D6 at Arizona State L 60 87 D8 PIMA JC W 83 59 D14 vs. San Francisco State~ L 72 93 D15 at Cal Poly Pomona~ L 75 110 J11 at Fort Lewis L 66 79 J19 at Weber State* L 61 88 J21 at Colorado* L 47 129 J24 UTAH STATE* L 68 88 J26 IDAHO STATE* L 55 67 J31 NEW MEXICO STATE* L 80 93 F1 ARIZONA L(ot) 79 80 F2 FORT LEWIS W 95 65 N/A at Yavapai JC L 54 73 N/A at Central Arizona JC W 83 79 N/A at Pima JC L 60 80 F14 COLORADO* L 76 112 F16 WEBER STATE* L 75 95 F22 at Utah State* L 93 110 F23 at Idaho State* L 72 97 F29 UTEP L 78 84 M1 at New Mexico State* L 80 102 ~ Cal Poly Invitational 1980-81 – 4-20, 1-9 Intermountain* N19 at Arizona State L 38 91 N22 CENTRAL ARIZONA JC W 82 54 N24 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 68 77 N28 at New Mexico~ L 72 84 N29 vs. Arizona~ L 45 73 D8 at Fort Lewis W(ot) 83 79 D10 ARIZONA STATE L 61 72 D13 ARIZONA W 55 48 J8 at Cal Poly Pomona L 51 96 J9 at Biola L 64 76 J10 at CS Los Angeles L 59 107 J16 at Idaho State* W 78 72 J17 at Utah State* L 56 74 J19 vs. Hawai’i# L 54 77 J22 WEBER STATE* L 61 82 J24 COLORADO* L 47 79 J30 at New Mexico State* L 61 92 F6 at Weber State* L 59 81 F7 at Colorado* L 42 81 F12 IDAHO STATE* L 62 78 F14 UTAH STATE* L 69 82

F19 NEW MEXICO STATE* L 58 F21 vs. San Francisco# L 75 F23 at UNLV L 59 ~ Lobo Invitational # Played in Las Vegas, Nev.

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1981-82 – 6-20, 1-9 Intermountain* N13 at Arizona L 54 65 N20 ARIZONA STATE L 46 70 N27 at New Mexico~ L 71 86 N28 vs. Texas Tech~ L 53 69 D10 SOUTHERN UTAH ST. W 78 52 D11 at Arizona State# L 59 116 D12 vs. Pacific Christian# W 78 63 J2 FORT LEWIS W 67 50 J5 at San Diego State L 42 77 J8 at U.S. International W 75 62 J9 at San Diego L 56 59 J14 UTEP W 69 61 J15 HAWAI’I L 58 65 J16 HAWAI’I L 66 85 J21 NEW MEXICO L(ot) 72 80 J22 NEW MEXICO STATE* L 60 79 J28 IDAHO STATE* W 77 75 J30 UTAH STATE* L 55 76 F4 at Weber State* L 59 74 F6 at Colorado* L 48 96 F13 at New Mexico State* L 79 95 N/A at Utah State* L 63 66 N/A at Idaho State* L 75 82 F25 COLORADO* L 49 79 F27 WEBER STATE* L 66 75 M6 ARIZONA L 61 86 ~ Lobo Invitational (Albuquerque, N.M.) # Sun Devil Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) 1982-83 – 9-15, Independent N23 ARIZONA STATE L 58 79 N26 at New Mexico State~ L 54 73 N27 vs. UTEP~ W 81 60 D3 at New Mexico L 52 74 D9 at Arizona L 59 72 D11 FORT LEWIS W 62 51 D31 vs. Mesa State# W 78 65 J1 at Southern Utah State# W 69 56 J4 at UC Irvine L 48 53 J7 at Biola L 57 67 J8 at Chapman L 48 71 J13 YAVAPAI JC L 62 67 J17 SOUTHERN UTAH ST. W 75 54 J22 NEW MEXICO L 60 70 J25 BIOLA W 56 55 J28 U.S. INTERNATIONAL W 67 57 F3 at Fort Lewis W 64 59 F4 at Adams State L 53 79 F12 UNLV L 63 91 F15 at Yavapai JC L 52 62 F17 UTAH STATE W 69 65 F22 ARIZONA L 53 67 M3 at UNLV L 40 102 M4 vs. Oklahoma City$ L 62 84 ~ NMSU Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) # S. Utah State Tournament (Cedar City, Utah) $ Played in Las Vegas, Nev. N18 N19 N23 N25 N26 D1 D2

1983-84 – 10-14, Independent vs. Cal Poly Pomona~ L 45 vs. William Penn~ W 79 at Arizona State L 47 COLORADO L 60 NEW MEXICO L(ot) 70 vs. Weber State# W 82 vs. Texas-Arlington# L 65

80 58 57 62 72 75 67

D3 D7 D29 D30 J4 J16 J20 J23 J26 F2 F11 F18 F24 F25 M1 M2 M10

vs. Texas A&I# W 69 59 NEW MEXICO STATE W 64 56 vs. UC San Diego$ W 72 66 at Southern Utah State$ L 63 67 at Utah State W 76 66 FORT LEWIS W 63 43 at New Mexico L 74 80 at Fort Lewis W 68 57 SAN DIEGO L 55 57 at U.S. International L 66 72 at Arizona L 61 89 SOUTHERN UTAH ST. W 67 63 UTAH STATE^ W 84 64 NEVADA^ L 65 69 at UNLV L 49 96 at SMU L 57 69 ARIZONA L 62 63 ~ Don-A-Deb Classic (Fresno, Calif.) # NMSU Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) $ S. Utah State Tournament (Cedar City, Utah) ^ NAU Sizzler Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.)

N17 N21 N23 N24 N26 D1 D3 D8 D10 D14 D15 J5 J8 J10 J12 J19 J23 J29 J30 F1 F9 F14 F22 F23 F25 M5

N22 N29 N30 D4 D7 D13 D14 D16 D27 D28 J3 J4 J7 J10 J11 J13 J25 J29 F3

1984-85 – 12-14, Independent ARIZONA W 61 FRESNO PACIFIC W 71 vs. Drake~ L 41 at Arizona State~ L 57 UNLV L 56 NEW MEXICO W 93 U.S. INTERNATIONAL W 81 at Utah L 80 at Weber State W 79 UTEP# W 73 WAYLAND BAPTIST# W 86 vs. West Texas State$ L 66 at Hawaii Pacific W 74 at Hawai’i L 57 at Hawai’i L 53 at New Mexico L 60 at UTEP W 82 at Pepperdine L 62 at Chapman L 51 at UC Santa Barbara W 80 PEPPERDINE W 83 MESA STATE W 77 at U.S. International L 66 at San Diego L 63 at Long Beach State L 61 at Arizona L 56 ~ Sun Devil Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) # NAU Sizzler Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) $ Played in Phoenix, Ariz. 1985-86 – 17-8, Independent at Fresno State L 63 WEBER STATE W 94 UNLV L 63 at Arizona L 64 PORTLAND STATE W 74 UTEP~ W 86 U.S. INTERNATIONAL~ W 87 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 59 vs. Arizona State# W 89 at BYU# W 79 at San Francisco$ L 71 vs. Chapman$ L 56 SAN DIEGO W 71 at UCLA^ L 54 vs. New Mexico^ W 41 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 93 at Cal Poly W 71 COLORADO STATE W 73 at Colorado State W 54

55 56 72 80 78 71 67 98 76 58 75 72 50 67 74 68 72 67 54 58 74 59 73 74 95 59

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ALL-TIME RESULTS at CS Dominguez Hills W 77 37 at UC San Diego W 75 51 at U.S. International L 63 69 at Arizona State L 59 85 ARIZONA W 62 53 at UTEP W 65 43 ~ NAU Sizzler Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # BYU Tournament $ Sourdough Classic (San Francisco, Calif.) ^ UCLA Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.)

1986-87 – 9-18, Independent N28 vs. Colorado~ W 63 N29 at Chapman~ W 75 D5 vs. Southern Illinois# L 58 D6 vs. Monmouth# L 57 D13 DENVER$ W 83 D14 CAL POLY POMONA$ L 51 D15 U.S. INTERNATIONAL W 81 D30 at UNLV L 59 J5 vs. Pacific^ L 63 J6 vs. Portland^ L 66 J12 at Creighton L 55 J16 LOUISIANA TECH L 53 J17 CHAPMAN W 65 J19 UTEP W 81 J23 at Utah State W 70 J24 at Weber State L 52 J28 at Arizona State L 80 J31 SOUTHERN UTAH ST. W 94 F2 ARIZONA L 67 F7 at Southern Utah State L 63 F16 at Arizona L 59 F21 at Portland State L 68 F23 at Eastern Washington L 75 F26 CREIGHTON W 79 F28 CREIGHTON L 51 M2 at San Diego L 55 M3 at U.S. International L 65 ~ Chapman Doubletree # SDSU Dial Classic (San Diego, Calif.) $ NAU Sizzler Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) ^ Santa Clara Tournament

61 68 77 68 55 66 56 80 69 75 59 76 46 70 64 75 97 70 73 71 81 76 85 74 92 63 79

1987-88 – 14-15, 8-8 Mountain West* N27 vs. Texas~ L 34 93 N28 vs. UCLA~ L 37 77 N29 vs. Oklahoma~ L 47 68 D3 FORT LEWIS W 66 63 D5 at Arizona L 48 60 D10 COLORADO STATE# W 57 53 D11 EASTERN ILLINOIS# W 63 62 D14 PEPPERDINE W 55 42 J2 SOUTHERN UTAH STATE W 73 52 J5 KANSAS STATE L(ot) 65 74 J8 at Loyola Marymount W 78 52 J9 at Cal Poly Pomona L 39 61 J14 MONTANA STATE* L 61 73 J16 MONTANA* L 46 67 J23 NEVADA* W 70 56 J29 at Eastern Washington* L 70 88 J30 at Idaho* W 79 66 F4 IDAHO STATE* W 56 52 F6 WEBER STATE* W 50 47 F8 BOISE ST.* W 62 60 F11 at Montana State* L 43 84 F13 at Montana* L 55 75 F20 at Nevada* W 78 69 F22 ARIZONA STATE L 68 82 F25 E. WASHINGTON* L 51 62 F27 IDAHO* W 63 51 M4 at Idaho State* L 54 57 M5 at Weber State* W 63 53

M7 at Boise State* L 55 ~ Rainbow Wahine (Honolulu, Hawaii) # NAU Sizzler Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) N26 D2 D3 D7 D9 D10 D29 J5 J7 J12 J14 J20 J21 J23 J27 J30 F1 F4 F9 F11 F17 F18 F23 F25 M2 M4

1988-89 – 12-14, 6-10 Big Sky* at Arizona State L 63 at Biola W 84 at UCLA L 46 ARIZONA STATE L 60 ARIZONA W 74 GRAND CANYON W 93 vs. Cornell~ W 80 MONTANA* L 51 MONTANA STATE* L 63 at Idaho State* W 64 at Weber State* L 64 at Eastern Washington* L 66 at Idaho* L 69 U.S. INTERNATIONAL L 65 at Boise State* L 54 NEVADA* W 75 SOUTHERN UTAH ST. W 74 at U.S. International W 63 IDAHO STATE* W 54 WEBER STATE* W 83 at Montana St.* L 58 at Montana* L 58 IDAHO* L 54 E. WASHINGTON* W 60 BOISE ST.* L 58 at Nevada* W 77 ~ Played in Phoenix, Ariz.

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1989-90 – 11-17, 6-10 Big Sky* N24 at Arizona L 55 79 N25 at Arizona State L 59 83 N28 GRAND CANYON W 66 57 D1 vs. Northern Iowa~ L 55 59 D2 vs. Texas Southern~ W 85 68 D5 ARIZONA STATE L 52 75 D16 SAN DIEGO L 70 71 D18 at San Diego State L 66 53 D28 vs. Western Illinois# W 70 63 D30 at UTEP L 53 68 J5 at Eastern Washington* L 67 83 J6 at Idaho* L 33 52 J11 MONTANA* L 59 67 J13 MONTANA STATE* W 58 42 J18 at Boise State* L 54 75 J20 at Weber State* L 52 80 J25 NEVADA* W 65 52 J29 BOISE STATE* L 54 75 J31 UTEP W 64 63 F3 at Grand Canyon W 92 59 F9 at Montana St.* L 41 57 F10 at Montana* L 51 81 F15 IDAHO* W 56 54 F17 E. WASHINGTON* W Forfeit F22 IDAHO STATE* L 53 54 F24 WEBER STATE* W 76 74 M1 at Nevada* W 62 52 M3 at Idaho State* L 64 71 ~ Jowers Jamboree (San Marcos, Texas) # Played in Phoenix, Ariz. N23 N30 D1 D4 D7 D15 D27

1990-91 – 1-26, 1-15 Big Sky* ARIZONA STATE L 42 at San Francisco~ L 52 vs. UC Santa Barbara~ L 59 at Arizona State L 39 ARIZONA L 60 at Arizona L 60 vs. UNLV# L 32

99 71 77 92 79 79 82

D30 vs. Colorado# L 45 79 J3 IDAHO STATE* L 42 79 J5 WEBER STATE* L 59 97 J11 at Idaho* L 40 87 J12 at Eastern Washington* L 52 69 J17 MONTANA STATE* L 48 77 J19 MONTANA* L 41 66 J24 NEVADA* W 57 42 J26 BOISE STATE* L 68 78 J31 at Boise State* L 59 71 F2 at Weber State* L 58 66 F7 E. WASHINGTON* L 64 72 F9 IDAHO* L 56 59 F16 at Nevada* L 61 67 F22 vs. Louisville$ L 58 98 F23 vs. New Mexico State$ L 56 94 F24 vs. Texas San Antonio$ L 75 79 M1 at Montana* L 50 75 M3 at Montana State* L 51 68 ~ Sourdough Classic (San Francisco, Calif.) # Played in Phoenix, Ariz. $ Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, Alaska) 1991-92 – 7-20, 0-16 Big Sky* N23 NEW MEXICO W 81 56 N29 NORTH TEXAS W 75 65 D7 at Texas-Pan American L 73 85 D12 GRAND CANYON W 75 51 D14 CS NORTHRIDGE W 91 76 D19 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN W 62 60 D27 at Pepperdine~ L 69 92 D28 vs. Bucknell~ W 75 68 J2 at Boise State* L 70 89 J4 at Idaho* L 75 87 J9 IDAHO STATE* L 73 74 J11 WEBER STATE* L 47 61 J16 at Eastern Washington* L 65 72 J18 at Southern Utah L 68 82 J25 NEVADA* L 51 78 J30 at Montana* L 34 72 F1 at Montana State* L 55 90 F6 IDAHO* L 53 58 F8 BOISE STATE* L 75 91 F13 at Weber State* L 54 95 F15 at Idaho State* L 62 102 F20 SOUTHERN UTAH W 70 57 F22 E. WASHINGTON* L 56 71 F27 at CS Northridge L 59 78 F29 at Nevada* L 56 74 M5 MONTANA STATE* L 51 82 M7 MONTANA* L 58 76 ~ Pepperdine Tournament (Malibu, Calif.) D1 D4 D5 D11 D19 D21 D30 J2 J9 J14 J16 J21 J23 J29 J30 F4 F6 F9 F11

1992-93 – 2-24, 0-14 Big Sky* GRAND CANYON W 78 66 at Saint Mary’s~ L 61 73 vs. San Jose State~ L 50 62 CS NORTHRIDGE L 53 59 at North Texas L 48 69 at CS Northridge L 52 74 VALPARAISO L 79 101 at New Mexico L 66 86 at Sacramento State L 48 85 at Boise State* L 48 85 at Idaho State* L 64 76 MONTANA STATE* L 53 60 MONTANA* L 31 80 at Eastern Washington* L 65 79 at Idaho* L 44 78 SACRAMENTO STATE W 80 74 WEBER STATE* L 68 70 at Southern Utah L 63 80 IDAHO STATE* L 57 77

F13 F18 F20 F25 F27 M3 M6

BOISE STATE* L at Montana* L at Montana State* L IDAHO* L E. WASHINGTON* L SOUTHERN UTAH L at Weber State* L ~ Saint Mary’s Tournament

70 29 52 44 52 60 70

1993-94 – 12-15, 6-8 Big Sky* N29 NEW MEXICO W 74 D3 GRAND CANYON L 50 D4 SOUTHERN UTAH L 58 D11 BAYLOR L 61 D18 at Colorado L 46 D20 NORTHERN IOWA W 60 D28 COLORADO STATE L 61 D30 at Nevada W 67 J2 at CS Northridge W 63 J5 TEXAS SAN ANTONIO W 70 J13 BOISE STATE* L 54 J15 IDAHO STATE* W 69 J20 at Montana State* W 62 J22 at Montana* L 41 J27 E. WASNINGTON* W 60 J29 IDAHO* W 56 F2 CS NORTHRIDGE W 63 F5 WEBER STATE* W 71 F10 at Idaho State* L 45 F12 at Boise State* L 49 F17 MONTANA* L 37 F19 MONTANA STATE* L 62 F24 at Idaho* L 60 F26 at Eastern Washington* W 67 M3 at Southern Utah L 61 M5 at Weber State* L 75 M11 at Montana~ L 41 ~ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.)

78 71 72 59 65 76 81

52 64 71 64 78 56 71 40 52 47 66 56 57 65 58 53 37 64 52 75 73 67 68 66 71 76 74

1994-95 – 14-12, 6-8 Big Sky* N25 CAL POLY W 78 67 N28 at Colorado State L 75 87 D3 at CS Northridge W 79 70 D7 ARIZONA STATE W 79 60 D9 NEVADA W 62 47 D11 FRESNO STATE W(ot) 82 74 D19 CS FULLERTON~ W 80 75 D20 PEPPERDINE~ W 73 63 D28 at Iowa State L 63 80 D30 at Northern Iowa L 70 71 J3 SAN DIEGO STATE L 58 72 J7 at New Mexico W 75 65 J11 at Montana* L 66 89 J13 at Montana State* L 71 83 J19 IDAHO STATE* W 85 66 J21 BOISE STATE* W 73 62 J26 at Eastern Washington* L 68 81 J28 at Idaho* L 73 78 F4 at Weber State* W 92 77 F9 MONTANA STATE* W 70 64 F11 MONTANA* L 49 68 F16 at Boise State* L 61 74 F18 at Idaho State* L 61 69 F23 IDAHO* W 71 66 F25 E. WASHINGTON* L 59 62 M4 WEBER STATE* W 80 74 ~ Woodlands Plaza Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) N24 N25 N26 D2

1995-96 – 14-13, 6-8 Big Sky* vs. Connecticut~ L 63 87 vs. North Carolina State~ L 71 84 vs. Fairfield~ L 79 103 CS NORTHRIDGE W 95 37

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at Arizona State W 96 77 SOUTHERN UTAH W 65 62 VIRGINIA TECH# W 80 50 ILLINOIS# W 85 73 at Cal Poly W 89 69 at Sacramento State W 93 86 at San Diego State L 61 66 NEW MEXICO W 73 70 MONTANA* L 52 71 MONTANA STATE* L 75 82 at Idaho State* W 83 73 at Boise State* L 55 77 E. WASHINGTON* W 78 65 IDAHO* W 88 60 WEBER STATE* L 78 82 at Montana State* L 66 83 at Montana* L 61 91 BOISE STATE* L 80 82 IDAHO STATE* W 80 60 at Idaho* W 79 60 at Eastern Washington* W 65 63 at Weber State* L 85 99 vs. Montana State$ L 72 93 ~ Rainbow Wahine (Honolulu, Hawaii) # Woodlands Plaza Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) $ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.)

1996-97 – 17-11, 10-6 Big Sky* N22 at Stanford L 48 96 N24 at San Jose State W 64 56 D1 MONMOUTH W 82 43 D3 at New Mexico L 61 71 D7 AMERICAN W 81 63 D13 at Arizona L 54 86 D19 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT~ W 69 60 D20 UTEP~ W 58 52 D28 vs. Princeton# W 64 52 D29 at Washington# L 55 77 J2 at Eastern Washington* W 68 58 J4 at Portland State* L 57 67 J9 MONTANA* L 56 65 J11 MONTANA STATE* W 75 66 J16 at Idaho State* L 62 74 J17 at Weber State* W 65 59 J25 IDAHO STATE* W 71 53 F1 CS NORTHRIDGE* W 64 61 F7 at Montana State* L 75 80 F8 at Montana* L 63 74 F13 PORTLAND STATE* W 83 58 F15 E. WASHINGTON* W 70 60 F20 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 64 51 F22 WEBER STATE* W 70 55 F27 at CS Northridge* W 69 49 F28 at Sacramento State* L 69 77 M6 vs. Weber State$ W 67 62 M7 at Montana$ L 42 73 ~ Woodlands Plaza Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # Seattle Times Husky Classic (Seattle, Wash.) $ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.) 1997-98 – 22-6, 15-1 Big Sky* BIG SKY CO-CHAMPIONS/ BIG SKY TOURNAMENT FINALIST N14 at Southern Utah L 75 77 N19 at Oregon State L 56 66 N24 IOWA STATE W 61 50 N28 DAYTON W 82 47 D1 ARIZONA L 66 89 D6 at UC Irvine W 68 56 D15 at Loyola Marymount W 72 61 D17 at UNLV W 91 72 D20 at San Francisco L 60 72 D30 OKLAHOMA W 101 62

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J3 E. WASHINGTON* W 76 J5 PORTLAND STATE* W 79 J8 at Montana* L 64 J10 at Montana State* W 80 J15 IDAHO STATE* W 71 J17 WEBER STATE* W 78 J24 at Idaho State* W 64 J31 at CS Northridge* W 63 F5 MONTANA STATE* W 79 F7 MONTANA* W 85 F12 at Portland State* W 62 F14 at Eastern Washington* W 75 F19 at Sacramento State* W 89 F21 at Weber State* W 74 F26 CS NORTHRIDGE* W 80 F28 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 74 M6 vs. CS Northridge~ W 61 M7 at Montana~ L 48 ~ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.)

34 46 73 77 57 64 56 50 76 75 48 54 60 50 52 61 49 58

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IDAHO STATE* L 54 WEBER STATE* L 56 at Idaho State* L 48 at CS Northridge* W 67 MONTANA STATE* W 73 MONTANA* W 58 at Portland State* L 55 at Easterm Washington* L 41 at Sacramento State* W 74 at Weber State* L 60 vs. Weber State$ L 60 ~ Great Alaska Shootout # InnSuites Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) $ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.)

61 75 59 52 56 53 64 61 57 67 62

N14 N20 N23 N27 N29 D4 D5 D12 D19 D21 D30 J2 J7 J9 J14 J16 J21 J22 J30 F6 F11 F13 F18 F20 F25 F27 M4 M5

2000-01 – 13-17, 10-6 Big Sky* N17 at Hawai’i~ L 53 67 N18 vs. Western Kentucky~ L 55 71 N19 vs. Pepperdine~ L 61 87 N24 DRAKE# L 54 63 N26 IDAHO# W 61 48 N30 at Fresno State W 57 52 D2 at Cal Poly L 60 67 D6 ARIZONA STATE L 56 61 D9 WYOMING W 77 55 D17 at Mississippi L 47 55 D19 at Colorado State L 54 77 D28 at Loyola Marymount L 51 66 D30 at San Diego State L 50 58 J4 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 82 62 J6 WEBER STATE* L(ot) 61 62 J11 at CS Northridge* W 55 53 J12 at Sacramento State* W 59 56 J18 at Eastern Washington* W 60 52 J20 at Portland State* W 70 62 J25 MONTANA* W 65 58 J27 MONTANA STATE* L 58 65 F1 at Idaho State* L 53 78 F2 at Weber State* W 36 30 F10 IDAHO STATE L 56 63 F17 CS NORTHRIDGE* W 58 56 F22 at Montana State* L 61 77 F24 at Montana* L 47 73 M1 PORTLAND STATE* W 68 48 M3 E.WASHINGTON* W 61 59 M8 vs. Weber State$ L 49 68 ~ Rainbow Wahine (Honolulu, Hawaii) # InnSuites Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) $ Big Sky Championship (Pocatello, Idaho)

N21 N23 N24 D1 D4 D8 D11 D19 D21 D28 D30 J2 J6 J8 J13 J15 J20 J22

N16 N19 N23 N25 N30 D1 D8 D15 D17 D20 D22 D29 J4 J11 J12 J19 J25 J26 F1 F2 F6 F8

1998-99 – 14-14, 7-9 Big Sky* at New Mexico L 49 67 SOUTHERN UTAH W 76 68 SAM HOUSTON STATE L(ot) 72 78 NEVADA~ W 56 50 CHICAGO STATE~ W 73 65 at Idaho# L 54 64 vs. San Jose State# W 59 43 AIR FORCE W 68 54 NEW MEXICO STATE$ W 77 60 CREIGHTON$ L 61 78 at CS Northridge* L 63 66 at Sacramento State* W 64 53 at Eastern Washington* L 57 59 at Portland State* L 72 81 MONTANA* W 66 50 MONTANA STATE* L 69 72 at Idaho State* W(ot) 69 64 at Weber State* L 52 70 IDAHO STATE* L 56 63 CS NORTHRIDGE* L 44 56 at Montana State* L(ot) 59 54 at Montana* L 55 71 PORTLAND STATE* W 71 56 E. WASHINGTON* W 91 72 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 79 64 WEBER STATE* W 81 77 vs. Montana State^ W 68 56 at CS Northridge^ L 68 83 ~ AmeriSuites Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # U of I Classic (Moscow, Idaho) $ InnSuites Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) ^ Big Sky Championship (Northridge, Calif.) 1999-00 – 11-18, 7-9 Big Sky* UC IRVINE L 50 vs. Kansas~ L 40 at Alaska Anchorage~ W 69 UNLV L 57 COLORADO STATE L 52 at Arizona State L 52 at Drake L 55 SAN JOSE STATE# W 65 MISSISSIPPI# W 78 SAN DIEGO STATE W 65 at Nevada L 61 at New Mexico State L 40 CS NORTHRIDGE* L 49 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 75 E. WASHINGTON* W 53 PORTLAND STATE* W 55 at Montana* L 51 at Montana State* L 59

59 69 64 71 76 76 75 52 65 57 72 54 57 48 46 34 67 72

2001-02 – 17-11, 10-6 Big Sky* SOUTHERN UTAH W 84 UC RIVERSIDE W 68 CAL POLY~ W 65 JACKSONVILLE STATE~ W 70 vs. Murray State# W 63 at Indiana# L 56 FRESNO STATE L 68 at Wichita State W 83 at Oklahoma State L 56 KANSAS STATE L 63 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 78 at Wyoming L 59 at UNLV L(ot) 72 WEBER STATE* L 62 IDAHO STATE* W 69 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 101 at Montana* L 47 at Montana State* L 74 E. WASHINGTON* W 65 PORTLAND STATE* W 72 at Weber State* L 64 at Idaho State* W 72

46 53 58 47 59 61 73 63 64 79 63 61 76 76 35 29 68 76 54 46 66 61

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at Sacramento State* W 72 MONTANA STATE* W 71 MONTANA* W(ot) 76 at Portland State* W 55 at Eastern Washington* W 64 vs. Eastern Washington$ L 57 ~ InnSuites Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # Holiday Inn/Fazoli’s (Bloomington, Ind.) $ Big Sky Championship (Ogden, Utah) 2002-03 – 13-15, 6-8 Big Sky* at USC~ L 55 at Pacific W 59 at Southern Utah L 67 at UC Riverside W 78 at CS Northridge W 79 WICHITA STATE L 73 at Texas-Pan American W 69 at Texas A&M-C.C L 58 FLORIDA STATE W 79 LONG BEACH STATE W 76 WYOMING L 51 UNLV W(ot) 85 at Utah L 40 E. WASHINGTON* L 52 PORTLAND STATE* W 65 at Weber State* L 54 at Idaho State* W 59 MONTANA* L 47 MONTANA ST.* L 75 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 73 at Portland St.* L 56 at Eastern Washington* L 77 IDAHO STATE* W 82 WEBER STATE* W 68 at Montana State* L 78 at Montana* L 64 at Sacramento State* W 75 vs. Montana# L 58 ~ Preseason WNIT # Big Sky Championship (Ogden, Utah)

N15 N22 N26 N29 D1 D7 D14 D16 D21 D28 D31 J4 J11 J16 J18 J23 J25 J30 F1 F8 F13 F15 F20 F22 F27 M1 M8 M13

2003-04 – 12-16, 5-9 Big Sky* at Arizona L 67 at Nevada W 60 PACIFIC W 74 TEXAS A&M-C.C W 73 CS NORTHRIDGE W 68 at Long Beach State~ L 47 vs. New Orleans~ W 63 UTAH L 45 at Wyoming L 38 at Denver W 66 BYU L 52 at UNLV L 60 at Eastern Washington* L 66 at Portland State* W 75 WEBER STATE* L 56 IDAHO STATE* L 59 at Montana* L 37 at Montana State* W 77 at Sacramento State* W 60 PORTLAND STATE* L 68 E. WASHINGTON* W 73 at Idaho State* L 64 at Weber State* L 63 MONTANA STATE* L 66 MONTANA* L 48 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN W 64 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 78 vs. Montana State# L 54 ~ Beach Classic (Long Beach, Calif.) # Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.)

N22 N29 D4 D12 D15 D18 D19 D28 J2 J4 J8 J11 J15 J17 J22 J24 J29 J31 F7 F12 F14 F19 F21 F26 F28 M3 M6 M11

40 62 74 52 62 70

63 58 68 51 64 78 56 60 69 54 56 76 55 59 42 86 56 69 78 44 63 79 60 65 86 79 64 65

89 44 56 64 55 62 58 69 49 61 58 67 73 69 58 64 74 62 51 75 60 68 80 68 56 49 61 72


2004-05 – 19-10, 9-5 Big Sky* N19 at Pacific L 50 59 N22 CENTRAL FLORIDA W 52 46 N26 ALBANY~ W 64 61 N27 NEW MEXICO STATE~ W 78 62 D3 at CS Fullerton W 68 56 D5 at UC Riverside L 44 56 D8 SOUTHERN UTAH W 67 51 D11 DENVER W 67 58 D18 at UNLV# L 49 61 D19 Eastern Kentucky# W 85 64 D30 HARTFORD W(ot) 63 59 J6 at Texas A&M-C.C L 43 49 J8 at Texas-Pan American W 50 41 J13 at Weber State* L 68 76 J15 at Idaho State* W 76 69 J20 MONTANA* L 57 61 J22 MONTANA STATE* W 86 60 J29 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 55 49 F3 at Portland State* W 74 60 F5 at Eastern Washington* L 44 65 F10 IDAHO STATE* W 75 64 F12 WEBER STATE* L 53 62 F17 at Montana State* W 71 66 F19 at Montana* W 61 55 F26 at Sacramento State* W 60 50 M3 E. WASHINGTON* L(2ot) 78 82 M5 PORTLAND STATE* W 76 63 M10 vs. Sacramento State$ W 67 58 M11 vs. Weber State$ L 63 68 ~ NAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # Duel in the Desert (Las Vegas, Nev.) $ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.) 2005-06 – 22-11, 9-5 Big Sky* BIG SKY CHAMPIONS N19 at New Mexico State W 61 46 N20 at UTEP L 49 68 N25 CS FULLERTON~ W 66 61 N26 MANHATTAN~ W 65 51 D1 at Southern Utah W 88 69 D4 UC RIVERSIDE W 71 62 D8 at Vanderbilt L 41 57 D10 at BYU L 48 82 D19 vs. Colorado# W(ot) 84 83 D20 vs. South Florida L 55 60 D21 vs. UPR-Mayaguez W 79 44 D28 NEVADA W 66 58 D31 at Nebraska L 56 70 J6 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN W 55 52 J8 TEXAS A&M-CC W 72 47 J12 WEBER STATE* W 73 46 J14 IDAHO STATE* W 74 64 J19 at Montana* W 65 60 J21 at Montana State* L 55 57 J28 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 68 54 F2 PORTLAND STATE* W 73 67 F4 E. WASHINGTON* W 74 61 F9 at Idaho State* L 71 84 F11 at Weber State* W 65 53 F16 MONTANA STATE* W 84 56 F18 MONTANA* L 55 57 F25 at Sacramento State* L 59 61 M2 at Eastern Washington* L 57 67 M4 at Portland State* W 94 77 M9 vs. Portland State$ W 80 68 M10 vs. Montana$ W 73 66 M11 vs. Weber State$ W 74 59 M18 vs. Baylor^ L 56 74 ~ NAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # San Juan Shootout (San Juan, Puerto Rico) $ Big Sky Championship (Pocatello, Idaho) ^ NCAA Tournament (Tucson, Ariz.)

2006-07 – 20-12, 11-5 Big Sky* BIG SKY TOURNAMENT FINALIST N11 at UT Arlington L 60 69 N14 WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 72 32 N17 at Valparaiso L 56 62 N19 at North Dakota State W(ot) 55 50 N24 KENT STATE~ W 75 65 N25 UW GREEN BAY~ L 64 75 N28 SOUTHERN UTAH W 63 44 D1 vs. Eastern Michigan# W 89 69 D2 at Arizona State# L 72 85 D7 PACIFIC W 74 59 D18 at Loyola Marymount W 74 58 D21 at New Mexico L 51 62 D29 UTEP L 62 63 J4 at Sacramento State* W 76 54 J6 at Weber State* L 64 79 J11 N. COLORADO* W 79 45 J13 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 83 46 J18 E. WASHINGTON* W 76 51 J20 PORTLAND STATE* W(ot) 72 71 J25 at Montana* L 64 78 J27 at Montana State* W 60 52 F1 IDAHO STATE* W 70 62 F3 WEBER STATE* W 73 57 F10 at Idaho State* L 79 95 F17 at Northern Colorado* W 86 49 F22 MONTANA* L 50 61 F24 MONTANA STATE* W 66 47 M1 at Portland State* L 65 73 M3 at Eastern Washington* W 66 63 M8 vs. Montana State$ W 76 53 M9 at Montana$ W 64 59 M10 vs. Idaho State$ L 78 84 ~ NAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # Sun Devil Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) $ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.) 2007-08 – 10-20, 6-10 Big Sky* UT ARLINGTON W 64 50 NORTH DAKOTA STATE W 75 68 vs. UC Davis~ L 52 68 vs. Washington~ L 70 83 at Hawai’i~ L 51 67 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON# W 69 63 BALL STATE# L 61 76 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 71 59 at Arizona L 54 75 UTAH STATE L 51 65 at Green Bay L 27 79 at Kent State L 53 76 at Santa Clara L 66 76 E. WASHINGTON* W 82 70 PORTLAND STATE* L 56 71 at Montana* L 55 77 at Montana State* L 65 78 SACRAMENTO STATE* L 53 62 IDAHO STATE* W 82 67 WEBER STATE* W 75 63 N. COLORADO* L 56 63 at Portland State* L 63 89 at Eastern Washington* L 62 69 MONTANA STATE* W 71 70 MONTANA* L 58 87 at Sacramento State* W 77 62 at Weber State* W(ot) 70 68 at Idaho State* L 70 85 at Northern Colorado* L 67 85 vs. Montana State$ L 78 84 ~ Rainbow Wahine (Honolulu, Hawaii) # NAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) $ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.)

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2008-09 – 9-21, 6-10 Big Sky* N14 at Memphis L 47 64 N16 at Arkansas State L 40 71 N19 at Utah State L(ot) 56 64 N22 PEPPERDINE L 60 75 N24 SANTA CLARA W 68 51 N28 BRADLEY~ L 66 83 N29 NORTH DAKOTA~ L 71 94 D6 vs. Hawai’i# W 61 58 D7 at Arizona State# L 65 91 D13 at Southern Utah L 64 76 D16 UMKC W 52 49 D20 at South Florida L 43 82 D28 DENVER L 60 76 J2 at Eastern Washington* L(ot) 74 60 J4 at Portland State* L 58 87 J8 MONTANA* L 49 74 J10 MONTANA STATE* W 76 61 J18 at Sacramento State* W 61 58 J22 at Idaho State* W 66 60 J24 at Weber State* L 51 73 J31 at Northern Colorado* L 53 59 F5 PORTLAND STATE* L 57 69 F7 E. WASHINGTON* W 70 68 F12 at Montana State* W 79 60 F14 at Montana* L 48 76 F21 SACRAMENTO STATE* L(ot) 83 80 F26 WEBER STATE* L 60 63 F28 IDAHO ST.* L 60 62 M5 N. COLORADO* W 64 49 M12 vs. Montana State$ L 64 74 ~ Fairfield Inn/Holiday Inn Thanksgiving Classic (Flagstaff, Ariz.) # Sun Devil Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) $ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.) 2009-10 – 5-24, 3-13 Big Sky* N13 at Pepperdine L 67 96 N15 at UC Riverside L 63 81 N19 at UMKC L 58 59 N21 at Ball State L 69 74 N24 at New Mexico L 40 72 N27 SIENA~ W 71 62 N28 OREGON STATE~ L 33 62 D5 ARKANSAS STATE L(ot) 62 65 D10 SAN DIEGO W 62 58 D16 at Denver L 41 46 D18 at North Dakota L 55 69 D21 at North Dakota State L 56 66 D29 at UNLV L 58 60 J2 at Northern Colorado* L 56 66 J8 at Idaho State* L 60 67 J9 at Weber State* W 63 62 J14 E. WASHINGTON* L 52 66 J16 PORTLAND STATE* W 86 80 J24 at Sacramento State* L 66 77 J28 at Montana State* W 76 64 J30 at Montana* L 48 54 F6 N. COLORADO* L 56 66 F11 WEBER STATE* L 61 64 F13 IDAHO STATE* L 64 71 F19 at Portland State* L 56 74 F20 at Eastern Washington* L 64 71 F25 SACRAMENTO STATE* L 98 104 M4 MONTANA* L 66 72 M6 MONTANA STATE* L 64 68 ~ NAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) N12 N15 N19 N22

2010-11 – 11-18, 6-10 Big Sky* at Arizona State L 46 at Arizona L 49 NORTH DAKOTA STATE W 76 QUEENS COLLEGE W 83

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N26 BINGHAMTON~ W 61 57 N27 DRAKE~ L 52 67 D1 SAN JOSE STATE W 67 53 D4 UTAH STATE L(ot) 75 80 D9 SOUTH DAKOTA L 57 69 D11 at San Diego L 63 78 D19 at Northwestern L 70 88 D22 at Minnesota L 74 82 D30 IONA W 74 57 J6 at Idaho State* L 54 64 J8 at Weber State* W 69 62 J13 MONTANA* W 64 60 J15 MONTANA STATE* L 70 82 J20 E. WASHINGTON* L 53 60 J22 PORTLAND STATE* L 48 56 J27 at Northern Colorado* L 58 72 F3 at Montana State* L 64 80 F5 at Montana* L 61 84 F10 WEBER STATE* W 75 63 F12 IDAHO STATE* W 59 55 F17 at E. Washington* L 54 59 F19 at Portland State* L 55 76 F24 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 83 64 F26 N. COLORADO* L 56 62 M3 at Sacramento State* W 82 77 ~ NAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 2011-12 – 9-20, 4-12 Big Sky* N11 at Colorado L 60 84 N13 UC RIVERSIDE W 67 59 N15 ADAMS STATE W 76 50 N18 at South Dakota L 56 73 N20 at Iowa State L 41 65 N23 UTAH VALLEY~ W 73 59 N26 KENT STATE~ W 73 56 D1 at San Jose State L 64 74 D4 CS FULLERTON W 64 54 D10 NEBRASKA L(2ot) 88 97 D17 at Utah Valley L 56 73 D19 at Utah State L 51 70 D29 at Sacramento State* L(2ot) 91 85 D31 at Northern Colorado* L 71 77 J5 PORTLAND STATE* L 74 84 J7 E. WASHINGTON* L 56 74 J12 at Montana* L 48 60 J14 at Montana State* L 65 77 J19 WEBER STATE* W 71 58 J21 IDAHO STATE* L 44 49 J28 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 94 56 F2 at Eastern Washington* L 58 84 F4 at Portland State* L 59 73 F9 at Idaho State* L 54 62 F11 at Weber State* W 85 82 F16 MONTANA STATE* L 78 83 F19 at CSU Bakersfield L 77 86 F27 N. COLORADO* L 63 75 M3 MONTANA* W 74 70 ~ NAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 2012-13 – 8-21, 7-13 Big Sky* N9 at New Mexico L 57 68 N12 CSU Bakersfield L 68 71 N16 at Nebraska L 55 77 N18 at Nebraska Omaha L(2ot) 75 79 N23 WESTERN MICHIGAN~ L 67 78 N24 BRADLEY~ L 83 95 N30 at CS Fullerton W 55 54 D2 at UC Riverside L 43 71 D15 UTAH VALLEY L 44 62 D20 at Montana* L(ot) 71 79 D22 at Montana State* L 52 69 J3 at Southern Utah* W 71 61 J10 E. WASHINGTON* W 83 68

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J12 PORTLAND STATE* L 59 60 J17 WEBER STATE* W 76 55 J19 IDAHO STATE* L 48 52 J24 at Northern Colorado* L 54 69 J26 at North Dakota* L 50 70 J31 at Sacramento State* L 67 73 F4 SOUTHERN UTAH* W(ot) 76 74 F7 at Portland State* L 61 66 F9 at Eastern Washington* W 62 58 F14 N. COLORADO* L 43 71 F16 NORTH DAKOTA* W(ot) 64 60 F23 SACRAMENTO STATE* L 68 78 F28 at Idaho State* L 46 67 M2 at Weber State* W 65 49 M7 MONTANA* L 51 59 M9 MONTANA STATE* L 66 68 ~ NAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 2013-14 – 9-20, 6-14 Big Sky* N11 HAWAI’I L 66 74 N22 at UTEP L 43 92 N30 at Utah Valley W 80 66 D5 at UC Santa Barbara W 79 56 D7 at Loyola Marymount L 58 79 D14 UT ARLINGTON W 85 65 D19 at Cal State Northridge L 52 64 D21 at Pepperdine L 51 74 D30 LIU BROOKLYN L 72 78 J2 MONTANA* L 67 87 J4 MONTANA STATE* L 72 80 J9 at Sacramento State* L 79 104 J13 SOUTHERN UTAH* W 82 77 J16 at Eastern Washington* L 68 92 J18 at Portland State* W 88 67 J23 N. COLORADO* L(ot) 82 86 J25 NORTH DAKOTA* L 83 91 J30 at Weber State* W 96 87 F1 at Idaho State* L 72 82 F6 SACRAMENTO STATE* L 91 99 F10 at Southern Utah* L 59 93 F13 PORTLAND STATE* W 84 61 F15 E. WASHINGTON* W 86 78 F20 at North Dakota* L 41 71 F22 at Northern Colorado* W 86 70 F27 IDAHO STATE* L 65 72 M1 WEBER STATE* L 73 74 M6 at Montana State* L 85 99 M8 at Montana* L 66 83 2014-15 – 13-17, 9-9 Big Sky* N14 UC IRVINE W 66 35 N16 WESTERN NEW MEXICO L 54 58 N19 at UTEP L 58 82 N23 UC SANTA BARBARA W 67 49 N26 at UT Arlington L 62 80 N29 FORT LEWIS W 61 43 D3 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 82 64 D13 at Oregon L 47 59 D16 PEPPERDINE L 63 66 D18 CSUN L 71 77 D21 at New Mexico L 37 56 J1 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 64 60 J3 PORTLAND STATE* W 94 46 J10 at Southern Utah* L 53 63 J15 at Weber State* L 53 66 J17 at Idaho State* L 68 69 J22 MONTANA* L 42 69 J24 MONTANA STATE* W 79 64 J31 SOUTHERN UTAH* W(ot) 73 64 F5 at Northern Colorado* W 51 49 F7 at North Dakota* L 62 78 F12 IDAHO STATE* W 64 47 F14 WEBER STATE* W 56 52

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F19 at Idaho* L 43 78 F21 at Eastern Washington* L 42 73 F26 NORTH DAKOTA* W(2ot) 72 68 F28 N. COLORADO* L 67 88 M5 at Portland State* W 79 62 M7 at Sacramento State* L 81 105 M11 vs. Eastern Washington~ L 57 73 ~ Big Sky Championship (Missoula, Mont.) 2015-16 – 6-24, 2-16 Big Sky* N15 HAWAI’I L 52 61 N17 at UTEP L 66 77 N22 LAMAR W 75 63 N27 vs. Long Beach State~ L 48 69 N28 at New Mexico State~ L 53 87 D1 N.M. HIGHLANDS W 91 43 D4 at UC Irvine W 71 55 D9 at Colorado L 66 90 D12 DIXIE STATE W 68 66 D19 at Nebraska L 67 90 D22 at Iowa State L 63 79 D31 at Montana* L 58 81 J2 at Montana State* L(ot) 77 86 J9 SOUTHERN UTAH* W 57 48 J14 IDAHO* L 51 72 J16 E. WASHINGTON* L 71 81 J21 at North Dakota* L 56 63 J23 at Northern Colorado* L 55 79 J28 WEBER STATE* L 56 76 J30 IDAHO STATE* W 63 62 F4 at Eastern Washington* L 65 72 F6 at Idaho* L 59 76 F11 MONTANA STATE* L 72 83 F13 MONTANA* L 57 61 F18 at Idaho State* L 61 71 F20 at Weber State* L(ot) 88 95 F27 at Southern Utah* L 68 73 M2 PORTLAND STATE* L 80 88 M4 SACRAMENTO STATE* L 79 111 M7 vs. Montana# L 63 78 ~ Hotel Encanto Thanksgiving Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) # Big Sky Championship (Reno, Nev.) 2016-17 – 9-21, 5-13 Big Sky* N11 at UTEP L 51 65 N13 ANTELOPE VALLEY W 109 60 N18 at Cal Poly L 53 58 N20 at UC Santa Barbara L 51 60 N23 at Lamar L 60 75 N28 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W 70 49 D1 CSUN L 79 83 D3 DENVER W 82 67 D11 NEW MEXICO STATE L 68 79 D19 at Grand Canyon L 65 76 D12 at Utah L 65 78 D31 at Southern Utah* W(ot) 77 68 J5 NORTH DAKOTA* L 78 80 J7 N. COLORADO* L 66 69 J14 at Sacramento State* L 76 82 J16 at Portland State* L 55 56 J19 E. WASHINGTON* W 56 47 J21 IDAHO* L 80 91 J26 at Northern Colorado* L 64 75 J28 at North Dakota L 69 88 F2 IDAHO STATE* L 51 64 F4 WEBER STATE* L 64 75 F9 at Montana State* L 69 86 F11 at Montana* L 59 60 F18 SOUTHERN UTAH* W 77 65 F23 SACRAMENTO STATE* W 91 88 F25 PORTLAND STATE* L(ot) 73 74 M1 at Idaho* W 76 61

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A-A-A Billie Alicia Kim Allen Tiffany Amos Passionate Amukamara Diana Anderson Missy Anderson Raven Anderson Shantel Appleby Tammy Arnett Madi Austin

1977-78 1981-82 2007-11 2015-17 1977-78 1979-83 2011-15 20171981-83 2014-15

B-B-B Brandi Badilla Jacey Bailey Windee Bailey Jennifer Baker Erikka Banks Tracey Barnes Shayla Batson Angie Baxter Levyna Ben Linda Benson Marisa Bernasek Chelena Betoney Missy Betoney Claudene Birkley Kim Biswanger Debbie Black Rachel Blackman Sheri Blackwill Lynsie Blau Liana Boer Shakila Boler Aly Bonham Debbie Bors Kaprice Boston Rachael Bousman Debbie Brady Carolyn Bratton Sannon Brayton Dana Brickhouse Allison Bridgewater Priscilla Brooks Breeanna Brown Kandis Brown Tanja Brungard Jessica Burkes Hallie Byfield

2012-13 20171986-87 1996-2000 2011-15 1985-87 2010-13 1988-91 2006-08 1974-75 1990-92 20161986-89 1986-87 2002-06 1982-83 2004-08 1979-80 2000-02 2006-10 2010 2008-10 1978-80 20171992-94 1974-75 1982-84 1987-89 1984-88 1982-83 2013-14 2007-08 2004-06 1985-90 2004-06 1990-91

C-C-C Beth Callahan Vanessa Campillo Tracy Carlson Nancy Carranza Peyton Carroll Tallethea Chischilly Barb Cirbo Shelley Clayton Colleen Cleary Rene Coggins Hellen Collins Khyra Conerly Susan Conroy Bradlee Cotton Connie Cox Karen Cox Amy Coyle Sade Cunningham

1976-78 2003-04 1990-94 2012-13 20161983-84 1990-94 1987-89 1980-81 2013-17 1980-81 2010-12 1994-96 2013-17 1976-80 1992-94 1987-80 2005-09

D-D-D Paula Dahl 1985-86 Aubrey Davis 2009-13 Mica DeHoog 2002-04 Lucy Del Giorgio 1977-78 Teresa Diaz 2001-05 Laura Dinkins 2003-08 Joy Dixon 1998-99, 2000-02 Julie Dobrinski 1982-83 Tina Douglas-Pedersen 1997-98 Liz Driscoll 1981-84

E-E-E Nicky Eason Heather Eckman Lea Ann Evers F-F-F Lisa Fernandez Lindsey Foster Amanda Frost G-G-G Jenna Galloway Patricia Gortarez Desirae Gonzalez Margarite Graham Linda Greiner Tina Gugliermo

2003-06 1981-82 1977-81 2006 1999-2003 2011-14 2007-11 2010-11, 2012-13 20171974-75 1976-77 1974-75, 1978

H-H-H Brenda Hall 1975-78 Julie Hanks 1983-86 Ashley Hardin 2005-07 Kristi Harkey 1996-97, 1998-2001 Tandy Harris 1987-89 Vicky Hart 1982-83, 1984-85 Andrea Hawes 1988-91 Lori Haydukovich 1982-85 Paige Haynes 2011-13 Terry Heckman 1979-80 Hayley Henderson 2009 Sandy Henderson 1975-77 Jody Hensen 1991-95 Kris Hermansen 1977-81 Beth Hernandez 1974-75 Olivia Hernandez 1993-94 Simone Holmes 2008 Beth Hopper 2004-06 Roxy Hofer 1994-96 Lauren Hoisington 2007-10 Sarai Hoopes 1995-96 Caty Huntington 2008-12 I-I-I Shine Indian Ashley Ingle

1992-93 2006-08

J-J-J Courtney Jackson Abbey Jensen Laurie Jensen Helene Johnson Kelli Johnson Stacee Johnson

2002-04 20171980-81 1975-76 1990-92 1990-92

K-K-K Peggy Kennedy Michelle Kirby Cindy Kirkham Kara Kleinhenz Karen Korytowski

1976-79 1987-90 1978-82 1998-2002 1980-82

L-L-L Patti Laguna Allison Laing Jess LeBlanc Avonna Lee Mary Lefevre Brianna Lehew Steph Levingston Karlie Lewis Taylor Leyva Tori Lloyd Olivia Lucero Brittani Lusain

1974-75 1986-87 1995-99 2013-14 1975-78 20161991-93 1979-80 2013-17 2014-15 20152013-17

M-M-M Va’e Malufau Caitlin Malvar Michelle Matchinski Janelle Matthews

2016-17 20171994-97 2005-09

Keturah Mattox Anna Maxwell Shay May Martha Mays Alize’ McCormick Kenna McDavis Terry McDermott Trisha McElvain Cindy McIntyre Tricia McMillen Kristen McPhee Liz Metsers Natalie Metz Marja Miller Pecola Miller Cindy Morgan Monique Mulder

1992-96 1977-80 2010-13 1983-85 201720151981-84 1989-90 1994-96 1990-92 1987-91 1996-99 2003-07 1991-93 1984-86 2004 2014-16

N-N-N Josie Nelson Kara Newman Linda Nink

1999-2000 1997-99 1974-75

O-O-O Lauren Orndoff Amelia Owens

20171975-76

P-P-P Kaleigh Paplow Kristi Patterson Amy Patton Patty Patton Raina Perez Bisera Peshkova Shannon Peterson Lena Pierce Megan (Rice) Porter Katie Pratt N. Pravongviengkham Catelyn Preston Tracy Preter R-R-R Alyssa Rader Maureen Raedy Nicole Raguskus Khiarica Rasheed Susan Reeves Alexis Rhodes Constance Richard Jaclyn Richard Karli Rikli Lori Roberson Heather Robinson Amber Ruidger Julie Rusing Julie Rutherford S-S-S Beth Salvaggio Tori Sargent Lori Sandaker Katie Schafer Sonia Schwenk Becky Seeger Jenny Shayani Angie Shelley Mindy Sherred Kim Silva Maureen Skehan Chanel Smith Jenni Smith Stephanie Smith Jasmine Sneed Jen Snitker Lori Snow Melissa Spaich Rae Spears Ilene Spilsbury Britania Stahl Vicki Staker

20151988-89 2009-13 1985-87 2016-17 2013-14 1983-86 1992-94 2003-07 2008-12 1999-2001 2013-17 1986-90 2015-16 1975-77 1997-99 20171987-90 2000-04 2001-02 2001-02 1992-96 1975-76 2002-03 1983-85 1974-76 1978-79

Jess Starkey Tyler Stephens-Jenkins Anna Sturing Karrie Sullivan

2004-06 2009-13 1998-02 1976-77

T-T-T Sarah Tarver Sue Teeple Hunter Thomas Lacey Tolbert Vickie Toney Sarah Travers Trinidee Trice Nicole Tsingine Tate Tsingine

2012-13 1978-81 2013-14 2000-04 2008-11 1994-98 2010-12 2004-05 2017-

U-U-U Christie Ugaste

2007-08

V-V-V Sandra Viksryte Marisa von Bromssen Debbie Vos

2005-06 1995-98 1974-76

W-W-W Debbie Wagner Alyssa Wahl Shaunice Warr Shamone Warren Pam Washington Sue Weber Eva Welch RaeAnn West Niesha Whitman Bridjette Wickham Mariah Willadsen Sue Windle Kim Winkfield Cristina Willis Ann Wise Cindy Woodman Ann Woodruff

1989-90 2003-07 1994-96 1994-96 1989-90 1978-80 1975-76 1995-99 1999-2000 1998-2002 2014-16 1977-78 2002-07 1989-93 1982-83 1980-81 1976-77

Y-Y-Y Cassandra Yancy Kim Yanda Amy Yanish Keiko Yoshimine Shay Young

1991-93 1994-95 1993-95 1999-2000 2013-16

Z-Z-Z Julie Zahasky

1991-92

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BIG SKY ALL-ACADEMIC AWARDS 1988.......................................................Tanja Brungard ....................................................................Tori Sargent .............................................................Stephanie Smith 1989.......................................................Tanja Brungard ......................................................................Amy Coyle ...................................................................Tandy Harris ....................................................................Tori Sargent 1990.......................................................... Angie Baxter ...............................................................Tanja Brungard ......................................................................Amy Coyle ............................................................... Andrea Hawes .................................................................Michelle Kirby ..............................................................Kristen McPhee ....................................................Susan Minton-Reeves ................................................................. Cristina Willis 1991....................................................... Andrea Hawes ............................................................. Stacee Johnson 1992..............................................................Barb Cirbo .................................................................. Jody Hensen ............................................................... Tricia McMillen ................................................................. Cristina Willis ................................................................. Julie Zahasky 1993..............................................................Barb Cirbo ...................................................................... Karen Cox ........................................................................ Karli Rikli ................................................................. Cristina Willis 1994..............................................................Barb Cirbo ........................................................................ Karli Rikli .............................................................. Sonia Schwenk 1995....................................................... Cindy McIntyre ........................................................................ Karli Rikli ................................................................ Sarah Travers ............................................................... Shaunice Warr ......................................................................Kim Yanda .................................................................... Amy Yanish 1996..........................................................Jess LeBlanc ........................................................Michelle Matchinski ........................................................................ Karli Rikli ................................................................ Sarah Travers ............................................................... Shaunice Warr 1997...........................................................Kristi Harkey ..................................................................Jess LeBlanc ........................................................Michelle Matchinski ............................................................Maureen Skehan ................................................................ Sarah Travers 1998........................................................... Jenny Baker ..................................................................Jess LeBlanc 1999........................................................... Jenny Baker ....................................................................... Joy Dixon ...................................................................Kristi Harkey ...............................................................Kara Kleinhenz ..................................................................Jess LeBlanc ............................................................ Nicole Raguskus 2000........................................................... Jenny Baker ...................................................................Kristi Harkey ...............................................................Kara Kleinhenz .......................................................... Bridjette Wickham 2001............................................................... Joy Dixon ...................................................................Kristi Harkey ................................................................ Alexis Rhodes ..................................................................Britania Stahl ..................................................................Lacey Tolbert .......................................................... Bridjette Wickham 2002............................................................ Lynsie Blau ....................................................................... Joy Dixon ................................................................ Alexis Rhodes ..................................................................Britania Stahl ..................................................................Lacey Tolbert .......................................................... Bridjette Wickham 2003....................................................... Kim Biswanger ................................................................. Mica DeHoog .................................................................... Teresa Diaz ....................................................................... Joy Dixon ................................................................ Alexis Rhodes ..................................................................... Jen Snitker ..................................................................Lacey Tolbert 2004......................................................... Mica DeHoog .................................................................... Teresa Diaz ................................................................. Laura Dinkins ................................................................... Natalie Metz

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................................................................. Megan Porter ................................................................ Alexis Rhodes ..................................................................Lacey Tolbert ................................................................... Alyssa Wahl 2005....................................................... Kim Biswanger .................................................................... Teresa Diaz ................................................................... Nicky Eason ...................................................................Beth Hopper ................................................................... Natalie Metz ................................................................. Megan Porter ................................................................... Alyssa Wahl 2006.........................................................Kandis Brown ................................................................... Nicky Eason ...................................................................Beth Hopper ................................................................... Natalie Metz ................................................................. Megan Porter ................................................................... Alyssa Wahl 2007................................................... Rachel Blackman ......................................................................Liana Boer ................................................................... Natalie Metz ................................................................. Megan Porter ................................................................. Katie Schafer ................................................................... Alyssa Wahl 2008................................................... Rachel Blackman ......................................................................Liana Boer ............................................................. Jenna Galloway ........................................................... Janelle Matthews ...............................................................Melissa Spaich 2009..............................................................Liana Boer ....................................................................Aly Bonham ............................................................. Jenna Galloway ........................................................... Janelle Matthews ...................................................................... Katie Pratt ................................................................. Katie Schafer ...............................................................Melissa Spaich 2010..............................................................Liana Boer ............................................................. Jenna Galloway .................................................................... Amy Patton ...................................................................... Katie Pratt ...............................................................Melissa Spaich 2011...........................................................Aubrey Davis ............................................................. Jenna Galloway .................................................................... Amy Patton ...................................................................... Katie Pratt ...............................................................Melissa Spaich 2012..........................................................Aubrey Davis ...................................................................... Katie Pratt ................................................................. Chanel Smith .............................................................. Jasmine Sneed 2013..........................................................Aubrey Davis ............................................................ Patricia Gortarez 2014...................................................... Priscilla Brooks ................................................................ Rene Coggins ............................................................... Bradlee Cotton ....................................................................Avonna Lee ...................................................................Taylor Leyva ............................................................. Catelyn Preston 2015............................................................ Madi Austin ................................................................ Rene Coggins ............................................................... Bradlee Cotton ...................................................................Taylor Leyva ............................................................. Catelyn Preston ........................................................... Mariah Willadsen 2016......................................... Passionate Amukamara ................................................................ Rene Coggins ............................................................... Bradlee Cotton ...................................................................Taylor Leyva ............................................................ Kaleigh Paplow ............................................................. Catelyn Preston ........................................................... Mariah Willadsen ....................................................................Shay Young 2017........................................................ Rene Coggins ............................................................... Bradlee Cotton ...................................................................Taylor Leyva ................................................................ Olivia Lucero ............................................................ Kaleigh Paplow ............................................................. Catelyn Preston Total Big Sky All-Academic Awards Liana Boer (4)........................... 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

Rene Coggins (4)..................... 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Bradlee Cotton (4).................... 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Joy Dixon (4)............................ 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 Jenna Galloway (4).................. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Kristi Harkey (4)........................ 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001 Jess LeBlanc (4)....................... 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Natalie Metz (4)........................ 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Taylor Leyva (4)........................ 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Megan Porter (4)...................... 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Katie Pratt (4)........................... 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Catelyn Preston (4).................. 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Alexis Rhodes (4)..................... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Melissa Spaich (4).................... 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Lacey Tolbert (4)....................... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Alyssa Wahl (4)........................ 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Jenny Baker (3).................................. 1998, 1999, 2000 Tanja Brungard (3).............................. 1988, 1989, 1990 Barb Cirbo (3)..................................... 1992, 1993, 1994 Aubrey Davis (3)................................. 2011, 2012, 2013 Teresa Diaz (3)................................... 2003, 2004, 2005 Sarah Travers (3)............................... 1995, 1996, 1997 Bridjette Wickham (3)......................... 2000, 2001, 2002 Cristina Willis (3)................................. 1990, 1992, 1993 Kim Biswanger (2)........................................ 2003, 2005 Rachel Blackman (2).................................... 2007, 2008 Amy Coyle (2)............................................... 1989, 1990 Mica DeHoog (2).......................................... 2003, 2004 Nicky Eason (2)............................................ 2005, 2006 Andrea Hawes (2)........................................ 1990, 1991 Beth Hopper (2)............................................ 2005, 2006 Kara Kleinhenz (2)........................................ 1999, 2000 Michelle Matchinski (2)................................. 1996, 1997 Janelle Matthews (2).................................... 2008, 2009 Kaleigh Paplow (2)...................................... 2016, 2017 Amy Patton (2)............................................. 2010, 2011 Tori Sargent (2)............................................. 1988, 1989 Katie Schafer (2).......................................... 2007, 2009 Britania Stahl (2)........................................... 2001, 2002 Shaunice Warr (2)........................................ 1995, 1996 Mariah Willadsen (2).................................... 2015, 2016 Passionate Amukamara (1).................................... 2016 Madi Austin (1)....................................................... 2015 Angie Baxter (1)..................................................... 1990 Lynsie Blau (1)........................................................ 2002 Aly Bonham (1)....................................................... 2009 Priscilla Brooks (1)................................................. 2014 Kandis Brown (1).................................................... 2006 Karen Cox (1)......................................................... 1993 Laura Dinkins (1).................................................... 2004 Patricia Gortarez (1)............................................... 2013 Tandy Harris (1)...................................................... 1989 Jody Hensen (1)..................................................... 1992 Stacee Johnson (1)................................................ 1991 Michelle Kirby (1).................................................... 1990 Avonna Lee............................................................ 2014 Olivia Lucero (1)................................................... 2017 Cindy McIntyre (1).................................................. 1995 Tricia McMillen (1).................................................. 1992 Kristen McPhee (1)................................................. 1990 Susan Minton-Reeves (1)....................................... 1990 Nicole Raguskus (1)............................................... 1999 Sonia Schwenk (1)................................................. 1994 Maureen Skehan (1)............................................... 1997 Chanel Smith (1).................................................... 2012 Stephanie Smith (1)................................................ 1988 Jasmine Sneed (1)................................................. 2012 Jen Snitker (1)........................................................ 2003 Kim Yanda (1)......................................................... 1995 Amy Yanish (1)....................................................... 1995 Shay Young (1)....................................................... 2016 Julie Zahasky (1).................................................... 1992 Active players in bold


Passionate Amukamara......................2016, 2017 Missy Anderson.............................................1983 Madi Austin....................................................2015 Jenny Baker....................1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Tracey Barnes...............................................1987 Shayla Batson................. 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Angie Baxter..................................................1990 Chelena Betoney.........................................2017 Kim Biswanger................2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Rachel Blackman............2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Lynsie Blau..........................................2001, 2002 Liana Boer.......................2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Aly Bonham.........................................2009, 2010 Rachael Bousman.........................................1993 Priscilla Brooks..............................................2014 Kandis Brown......................................2005, 2006 Tanja Brungard....................................1989, 1990 Jessica Burkes..............................................2005 Hallie Byfield..................................................1991 Vanessa Campillo..........................................2004 Tracy Carlson............................1992, 1993, 1994 Nancy Carranza............................................2013 Peyton Carroll..............................................2017 Barb Cirbo.................................1992, 1993, 1994 Rene Coggins..................2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Bradlee Cotton................2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Karen Cox................................................1993-94 Amy Coyle.....................................................1990 Sade Cunningham...............................2006, 2008 Aubrey Davis................... 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Mica DeHoog.......................................2003, 2004 Teresa Diaz.....................2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Laura Dinkins........2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Joy Dixon...............1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Tina Douglas-Pedersen.................................1997 Nicky Eason..............................2004, 2005, 2006 Jenna Galloway............... 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Patricia Gortarez...........................................2013 Ashley Hardin................................................2006 Kristi Harkey..........1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Andrea Hawes.....................................1990, 1991 Lori Haydukovich...........................................1985 Paige Haynes................................................2012 Jody Hensen.................................................1992 Kris Hermansen.............................................1981 Lauren Hoisington...............................2008, 2010 Beth Hopper........................................2005, 2006 Ashley Ingle...................................................2008

Former Lumberjacks (from left to right): Catelyn Preston, Brittani Lusain, Shay Young and Bradlee Cotton earned their degrees during the Spring 2017 commencement ceremonies.

Stacee Johnson.............................................1991 Shajaunna Jordan.........................................1998 Peggy Kennedy.............................................1980 Alexis Kimball...........................................2002-03 Cindy Kirkham...............................................1981 Kara Kleinhenz................1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Karen Korytowski..........................................1983 Jess LeBlanc...................1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Avonna Lee...................................................2014 Brianna Lehew.............................................2017 Taylor Leyva....................2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Olivia Lucero......................................2016, 2017 Brittani Lusain................................................2014 Va’e Malufau..................................................2017 Michelle Matchinski...................1994, 1996, 1997 Janelle Matthews.............2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Cindy McIntyre..............................................1995 Tricia McMillen.....................................1991, 1992 Liz Metsers..........................................1998, 1999 Natalie Metz....................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Pecola Miller..................................................1986 Susan Minton-Reeves...................................1990 Josie Nelson..................................................2000

Kaleigh Paplow..................................2016, 2017 Amy Patton...................... 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Bisera Peshkova...........................................2014 Shannon Peterson.........................................1985 Megan Porter...................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Katie Pratt........................ 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Catelyn Preston...............2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Nicole Raguskus......................................1998-99 Alyssa Rader.................................................2016 Alexis Rhodes.......2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Karli Rikli..........................1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Tori Sargent...................................................1988 Katie Schafer.............................2007, 2008, 2009 Sonia Schwenk....................................1993, 1994 Maureen Skehan.................................1997, 1998 Chanel Smith.................................................2012 Stephanie Smith............................................1987 Jasmine Sneed..............................................2012 Jen Snitker................................2001, 2002, 2003 Melissa Spaich................ 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Ilene Spilsbury...............................................1984 Britania Stahl.......................................2001, 2002 Jessica Starkey.........................2005, 2006, 2007 Tyler Stephens-Jenkins.................................2010 Kayln Sticher.................................................2010 Carly Thaggard..............................................2003 Lacey Tolbert...................2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Vickie Toney.............................. 2009, 2010, 2011 Sarah Travers..................1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Trinidee Trice................................................. 2011 Christie Ugaste.......................... 2008, 2010, 2011 Alyssa Wahl.....................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Shaunice Warr.....................................1995, 1996 Bridjette Wickham...............................2000, 2001 Mariah Willadsen.................................2015, 2016 Cristina Willis.................................................1990 Kim Yanda.....................................................1995 Amy Yanish....................................................1995 Shay Young.....................2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Julie Zahasky...........................................1991-92

GOLDEN EAGLE TOP SCHOLAR-ATHLETES Rene Coggins, a triple major with a 4.0 cumulative grade point average, was named the Golden Eagle Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year at the 2017 Golden Eagle Awards banquet.

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WALKUP SKYDOME

In 2017, the J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome, one of the most unique venues in all of college athletics, celebrates its 41st year as the entertainment center for northern Arizona. The building underwent a major renovation from Dec. 2010-Sept. 9, 2011, at a cost of $26 million. The scope of the project included bringing the fire, life and safety up to code while remodeling the bathrooms, concourse, offices, suites, locker rooms and press box. The athletic training and equipment on the main floor were also remodeled and three elevators were added to the complex. Fans now enter the building to a panoramic view of the field on the East and West concourses. Capacity was reduced to 10,000 but now feature 21-inch wide chair back seating. The Skydome has been the home of NAU football, basketball and indoor track and field since 1977. Construction began in the fall of 1975, and the facility was completed in September 1977. Seating capacity for football originally was 15,000 and 7,000 for basketball. Once the largest wood-span structure of its kind in the world, the Skydome was built at a cost of more than $8 million. It covers an area of 6.2 acres, with the roof spanning more than 500 feet and rising 142 feet above the playing surface. The Skydome showcases the REALGRASS™ surface installed in the spring of 2008 by the Hellas Construction firm of Austin, Texas. The carpet, the Matrix version of the brand REALGRASS™ cost close to $1 million. The REALGRASS™ Matrix system is comprised of a monofilament spinneret yarn in two different sizes and colors. It is the same installed for the Dallas Cowboys’ stadium. With the 2001 renovation to the Skydome floor, the 96,000-square foot surface was covered with Mondo. The track contains a six-lane, 300-meter non-banked loop (eight sprinting lanes) with the infield containing enough area for six NCAA-standard basketball and volleyball courts, as well as two regulation tennis courts. Track and field specific, the facility now has 12-month training capabilities. When covered for football with artificial turf, the Skydome supports a practice pole vault pit and a long/triple jump runway, as well as a lane for sprinting and hurdles. When the turf is up, the facility can be used for intramural and camp sports, and has enough room for a varsity soccer practice. The roof was also resurfaced during the summer of 2000 and the astroturf was replaced in 2002 from a surface that was in the Tropicana Dome, the home of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, in St. Petersburg, Fla. The concourse contains offices, meeting rooms, restrooms and concession stands. Located on the dome’s floor level are fully equipped locker rooms and state-of-the-art athletic training and weight rooms. During the summer of 1997, the dome underwent a $1 million lighting renovation that further enhanced the Skydome’s lure for television cameras. Fresh air and heat come through 19 large ducts, maintaining a constant temperature of 72 degrees. The first NAU sporting event held in the Skydome was a Lumberjack win over Montana in football on a last-second field goal, 25-24. The first NAU basketball game was a 101-76 triumph over Alaska Anchorage. Special athletics events held in the Skydome include a Division II football playoff game in 1977, a Division I-AA football playoff game in 1996, 2003, 2013 and 2017, a first-round National Invitation Tournament basketball game in 1986 and 2006, the 1987, 1997, 1998 and 2006 Big Sky Conference men’s basketball tournaments, and the 1984, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2015 Big Sky Conference indoor track and field championship meets. In 2003, comedian Jay Leno appeared at the Skydome in a special Family Weekend event. Many special events, including concerts, trade shows and high-school state tournaments are held in the Skydome each year. It has also served in the past as training camp for the Arizona Cardinals. In May of 2000, the facility hosted a WNBA exhibition game between the Phoenix Mercury and the Detroit Shock. NAU is one of 11 universities to own its own domed facility. The others are Idaho, Idaho State, Minnesota, North Dakota, Northern Iowa, Northern Michigan, North Dakota State, South Dakota, East Tennessee State and Syracuse.

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Rita Hartung Cheng serves as the 16th president of Northern Arizona University. Under her leadership, NAU has engaged in a strategic planning effort to position the university to thrive in the fast-changing environment of higher education. President Cheng’s focus is to expand on the university’s historical strengths, providing access to an affordable quality education for all students and pursuing the discovery, advancement and application of knowledge in research areas unique and important to the region. Dr. Cheng has set a bold vision of excellence for Northern Arizona University through student-centered teaching, a robust research environment, an extensive global engagement program, and inclusive support services focused on student success and completion. She is also guiding an expansion of community partnerships focused on strengthening economic and cultural vitality in the region. Northern Arizona University is at an exciting time of opportunity, transition, and growth in its academic and research mission. More than 30,300 students are enrolled in 200 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs supported by 4,600 faculty and staff and an operating budget of $600 million. The university estimates an economic impact of nearly $1.6 billion to the State of Arizona. Under President Cheng’s leadership, research expenditures have grown by 25 % to $40 million, and undergraduate and graduate enrollment has grown by nearly 10%. President Cheng has responded to state funding challenges and enrollment growth by leading initiatives, generating administrative efficiencies, enhancing online and community campus operations, improving business operational processes and reducing costs, while protecting the quality of the academic programs. President Cheng was previously Chancellor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. She spent more than 20 years on the faculty the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, serving in various administrative roles including Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. She is internationally recognized for her research in government and nonprofit accounting. Dr. Cheng earned a PhD in accounting from Temple University’s Fox School of Business and Management, an MBA from the University of Rhode Island and a Bachelors in Business Administration from Bishop’s University in Quebec. Committed to service, Dr. Cheng also serves on a variety of local and national boards.

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