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WILDCAT HISTORY All-time records...............................................................................................100-101 Career Records........................................................................................................ 102 single-season attempts.................................................................................103-104 single-game records.............................................................................................. 105 annual leaders......................................................................................................... 106 all-americans............................................................................................................. 107 all-big ten.................................................................................................................... 108 all-time letterwinners.......................................................................................... 109 postseason results............................................................................................... 110 year-by-year results........................................................................................111-115


All-time individual records Most Points Scored Game: 45 by Anucha Browne vs. St. John’s (12/8/84) Season: 855 by Anucha Browne, 1985 Career: 2,307 by Anucha Browne, 1982-85

Free Throw Percentage Game (min. 10 attempts): 1.000, seven times: M. Chawansky (14-14) at Ohio State (1/11/98); M. Kennelly (13-13) vs. Loyola-Chicago (12/1/93); Michele Ratay (12-12) at Indiana (2/14/97); K. Hannaford (10-10) vs. S. Carolina (11/25/95); M. Murphy (10-10) vs. C. Michigan (3/10/77); Michele Savage (10-10) vs. Michigan State (1/31/91) and Northern Illinois (2/12/91) Season: .874 (76-87) by Kristin Cartwright, 2008-2009 Career: .835 (264-316) by Kristina Divjak (1995-2000)

Highest Scoring Average Season: 30.5 by Anucha Browne, 1985 Career: 21.0 by Anucha Browne, 1982-85 Most Field Goals Made Game: 20 by Anucha Browne vs. St. John’s (12/8/84) Season: 341 by Anucha Browne, 1985 Career: 919 by Anucha Browne, 1982-85

Most Rebounds Game: 26 by Julie Calahan vs. Indiana (2/6/81) Season: 305 by Patricia Babcock, 1993-94 Career: 951 by Anucha Browne, 1982-85

Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 34 by Anucha Browne vs. Minnesota (1/27/85) Season: 666 by Anucha Browne, 1985 Career: 1,809 by Anucha Browne, 1982-85

Best Rebound Average Season: 11.3 by Patricia Babcock, 1993-94 Career: 8.6 by Anucha Browne, 1982-85

Field Goal Percentage Game (Min. nine attempts):1.000 by Patricia Babcock (10-10 vs. Wake Forest, 12/4/93) and Mary Murphy (9-9 vs. St. Francis, 12/10/77) Season: .652 (178-273) by Michele Savage, 1990 Career: .606 (653-1078) by Michele Savage, 1989-92

Most Assists Game: 16 by Nancy Kennelly vs. Eastern Illinois (1/4/93) Season: 252 by Nancy Kennelly, 1991 and 1993 Career: 892 by Nancy Kennelly, 1989-93

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Game: 7 by Michele Ratay vs.Illinois-Chicago (11/23/96) Season: 85 by Michele Ratay, 1995-96 Career: 244 by Michele Ratay, 1992-97

Best Assist Average Season: 8.7 by Nancy Kennelly, 1993 Career: 7.7 by Nancy Kennelly, 1989-91 Most Blocked Shots Game: 9 by Amy Jaeschke vs. Texas Southern (12/16/08) Season: 96 by Amy Jaeschke, 2008-2009 Career: 216 by Sarah Kwasinski, 2001-05

Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 13 by Michele Ratay vs. Minnesota (12/31/95) and at Vanderbilt (1/1/97); Moira Kennelly vs. Minnesota (2/6/94) Season: 207 by Michele Ratay, 1995-96 Career: 629 by Michele Ratay, 1992-97

Most Steals Game: 11 by Moira Kennelly vs. UW-Milwaukee (1/12/93) Season: 92 by Julia Egan, 1981 Career: 236 by Moira Kennelly, 1991-94

Three-Point Percentage Game: .875 by Michele Ratay vs. Illinois-Chicago (7-for-8, 11/23/96) Season: .448 (30-67) Kellie Cook, 1993 Career: .444 (71-160) Kellie Cook, 1992-93 Most Free Throws Made Game: 25 by Anucha Browne vs. Northeastern Illinois, (1/4/85) Season: 254 by Anucha Browne, 1985 Career: 719 by Anucha Browne, 1982-85

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Nancy kennelly is NU’s career, season and single-game assist leader.

Most Games Played Season: 34 by Julie Calahan, Amy Prichard and Patience Vanderbush- Murphy, 1981; Christina Braden, Michele Ratay, Megan Chawansky and Kristina Divjak, 1995-96 Career: 122 by Laura Augustyniak,1979-81, 1983

anucha browne is NU’s career, season and single-game scoring leader.

Moira Kennelly is NU’s career and single-game steals leader.

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ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS Most Points Scored Game: 109 vs. Elmhurst (1/13/77), Michigan State (3/5/93) Season: 2,636, 1995-96 Most Field Goals Made Game: 50 vs. Elmhurst (1/13/77) Season: 1,023, 1980-81 Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 94 vs. Elmhurst (1/13/77) Season: 2,329, 1981 Best Field Goal Percentage Game: .745 (35-47) vs. Wake Forest (12/4/93) Season: .505 (848-1678), 1992-93

ifeoma okonkwo led the 2006 Wildcat squad to a record-setting single-game free-throw percentage performance against Michigan on Jan. 26. Northwestern was 18-of 19 from the charity stripe in the 77-57 victory over the Wolverines.

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Game: 13 (18 attempts) vs. Illinois-Chicago (11/23/96); 13 (27 attempts) at Minnesota (1/19/97) Season: 202, 1996-97 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 28 vs. Marquette (12/3/91); 28 at Vanderbilt (1/1/97); 28 at New Mexico (11/15/98) Season: 494, 1996-97 Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game (min. 10 attempts): .733 (11-15) vs. Michigan (3/1/96) Season: .418, 1991-92 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 32 vs. Wisconsin (2/20/82 and 2/19/93); vs. Iowa (1/10/97); vs. Ohio State (1/12/97) Season: 578, 1995-96 Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 48 vs. Wisconsin (2/20/82) Season: 824, 1995-96 Best Free Throw Percentage Game: .947 (18-of-19) at Michigan (1/26/06) Season: .748 (549-734), 1996-97

julie calahan pulled down a Wildcat-best 26 rebounds against Indiana on Feb. 6, 1981.

Career field goal percentage leader, michele savage.

Most Rebounds Game: 75 vs. Central Michigan (3/10/77) Season: 1,485, 1981 Most Assists Game: 35 vs. BYU (12/2/88) Season: 615, 1995-96 Most Blocked Shots Game: 13 vs. Texas Southern (12/16/08) Season: 140, 2008-09 Most Steals Game: 28 vs. Michigan (1/10/81) Season: 413, 1979-80

Season rebound record holder patricia babcock.

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CAREER records

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Points 1. Anucha Browne (1982-85) 2,307 2. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 1,798 3. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) 1,776 4. Maureen Holohan (1991-95) 1,699 5. Michele Savage (1989-92) 1,688 6. Julie Calahan (1978-81) 1,648 7. Kristina Divjak (1995-2000) 1,640 8. Amy Prichard (1980-83) 1,533 9. Patricia Babcock (1991-94) 1,353 10. Patience Vanderbush-Murphy (1979-82) 1,333

Blocked Shots 1. Sarah Kwasinski (2001-05) 2. Anucha Browne (1982-85) 3. Amy Jaeschke (2007-present) 4. Christina Braden (1992-96) 5. Heather Ertel (1989-93) 6. Patricia Babcock (1991-94) 7. Tracie Diemer (1982-83) 8. Mya Whitmore (1988-91) 9. Katrina Hannaford (1993-97) 10. Karen Stack (1981-83)

Field Goal Percentage 1. Michele Savage (1989-92) 2. Katrina Hannaford (1993-97) 3. Donna Groh (1989-93) 4. Martha Megill (1977-80) 5. Patricia Babcock (1991-1994) 6. Carrie Lawless (1986-89) 7. Judy Banathy (1986-87) 8. Julie Calahan (1978-81) 9. Anucha Browne (1982-85)

.606 .554 .557 .547 .546 .543 .539 .519 .508

Three-Point Field Goals 1. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 2. Kristina Divjak (1995-2000) 3. Moira Kennelly (1991-94) 4. Dana Leonard (1997-2001) 5. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) Samantha McComb (2001-05) 7. Maureen Holohan (1991-95) 8. Kellie Cook (1992-93)

244 220 173 168 131 131 115 71

Three-Point FG Attempts 1. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 2. Kristina Divjak (1995-2000) 3. Dana Leonard (1997-2001) 4. Moira Kennelly (1991-94) 5. Melissa Culver (2001-05) 6. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) 7. Samantha McComb (2001-05) 8. Maureen Holohan (1991-95) 9. Michelle Zylstra (2000-04) 10. Kellie Cook (1992-93)

629 544 487 454 387 382 378 326 245 160

Steals 1. Moira Kennelly (1991-94) 2. Amy Prichard (1980-83) 3. Nancy Kennelly (1989-93) 4. Maureen Holohan (1991-95) 5. Laura Wiesen (1983-86) 6.Michele Savage (1989-92) 7. Anucha Browne (1983-86) 8. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) 9. Connie Erickson (1981-84) 10. Julia Egan (1979-81) Games Played 1. Laura Augustyniak (1979-83) 2. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) Kelly Cole (1987-91) Patience Vanderbush-Murphy (1979-82) 5. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 6. Amy Prichard (1980-83) 7. Nancy Kennelly (1989-93) 8. Heather Ertel (1989-93) 9. Stephanie Chambers (1984-87) Ifeoma Okonkwo (2002-05)

Three-Point FG Percentage 1. Kellie Cook (1992-93) 2. Kristina Divjak (1995-2000) 3. Nancy Kennelly (1989-93) 4. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 5. Moira Kennelly (1991-94) 6. Dana Leonard (1997-2001) 7. Megan Chawansky (1995-99)

.444 .404 .394 .388 .381 .345 .343

Free Throws Made 1. Anucha Browne (1982-85) 2. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) 3. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 4. Katrina Hannaford (1993-97) 5. Nancy Kennelly (1989-93) 6. Michele Savage (1989-92) 7. Julie Calahan (1978-81) 8. Patricia Babcock (1991-94) 9. Maureen Holohan (1991-95) 10. Kristina Divjak (1995-2000)

469 449 442 387 385 382 337 273 272 264

maureen holohan is fourth on the NU’s all-time career scoring list (1,699).

Free Throw Attempts 1. Anucha Browne (1982-85) 2. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) 3. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 4. Katrina Hannaford (1993-97) 5. Nancy Kennelly (1989-93) 6. Maureen Holohan (1991-95) 7. Michele Savage (1989-92) 8. Julie Calahan (1978-81) 9. Patricia Babcock (1991-94) 10. Christina Braden (1992-96) Free Throw Percentage 1. Kristina Divjak (1995-2000) 2. Kristin Cartwright (2005-present) 3. Anne Marie McNamee (1986-87) 4. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 5. Kelly Cole (1987-91) 6. Moira Kennelly (1991-94) Samantha McComb (2001-05) 8. Michele Savage (1989-92) 9. Jeanine Wasielewski (1988-91) 10. Laura Arnold (1985-88) Rebounds 1. Anucha Browne (1982-85) 2. Patience Vanderbush-Murphy (1979-82) 3. Patricia Babcock (1991-1994) 4. Julie Calahan (1978-81) 5. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) 6. Maureen Holohan (1991-95) 7. Michele Savage (1989-91) 8. Amy Prichard (1980-83) 9. Katrina Hannaford (1993-97) 10. Nancy Kennelly (1989-93) Assists 1. Nancy Kennelly (1989-93) 2. Moira Kennelly (1991-94) 3. Amber DeWall (1994-98) 4. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) 5. Laura Wiesen (1983-86) 6. Connie Erickson (1981-84) 7. Joanne Palombo (1984-87) 8. Kelly Cole (1987-91) 9. Michele Ratay (1992-97) 10. Amy Prichard (1980-83)

719 661 545 512 510 496 489 462 432 411 .835 .834 .832 .811 .803 .798 .798 .781 .780 .767 951 863 813 778 686 683 681 653 652 629 892 546 541 534 474 448 378 376 368 353

Consecutive Games Scoring in Double Figures 1. Anucha Browne (1982-85) 2. Kristina Divjak (1996-98) 3. Patricia Babcock (1992-94) 4. Michele Savage (1990-91) 5. Michele Savage (1992-93) 6. Maureen Holohan (1992-93) 7. Michele Ratay (1995-96) 8. Connie Erickson (1983-84) 9. Anucha Browne (1981-83) 10. Patricia Babcock (1993-94) Megan Chawansky (1996-97)

216 174 147 106 84 73 67 61 53 50 236 227 223 204 202 200 196 191 183 175 122 121 121 121 120 118 116 114 112 112

*56 *55 *26 25 *23 *20 *19 17 *16 14 14

Current players in bold * indicates streak spanned over multiple seasons

michele ratay holds the career record for three-point field goals (244) made and three-point field goals attempted (629).

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points 1. Anucha Browne (1984-85) 2. Julie Calahan (1980-81) 3. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) 4. Michele Ratay (1995-96) 5. Michele Savage (1990-91) 6. Amy Prichard (1980-81) 7. Anucha Browne (1983-84) 8. Anucha Browne (1982-83) 9. Michele Savage (1991-92) 10. Michele Ratay (1996-97)

855 701 684 579 569 562 554 552 536 531

Scoring Average 1. Anucha Browne (1984-85) 2. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) 3. Anucha Browne (1983-84) 4. Michele Savage (1990-91) 5. Julie Calahan (1980-81) 6. Anucha Browne (1982-83) 7. Michele Savage (1991-92) 8. Michele Ratay (1996-97) 9. Kristina Divjak (1996-97) 10. Karen Smith (1976-77)

30.5 22.1 21.3 21.1 20.6 20.4 19.9 19.0 18.9 17.8

Field Goals 1. Anucha Browne (1984-85) 2. Julie Calahan (1980-81) 3. Amy Prichard (1980-81) 4. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) 5. Anucha Browne (1983-84) Anucha Browne (1982-83) 7. Michele Savage (1990-91) 8. Michele Savage (1991-92) 9. Katrina Hannaford (1995-96) 10. Amy Prichard (1981-82) Patricia Babcock (1993-94)

341 261 246 243 221 221 217 206 199 197 197

Kristin cartwright knocked down 87.4 percent (76-of-87) of her free throw attempts in 2008-09 to top the single-season free throw percentage list.

MICHELE SAVAGE’s name appears twice on NU’s single-season attempts list in points, field goals, and scoring average.

Field Goal Attempts 1. Anucha Browne (1984-85) 666 2. Amy Prichard (1980-81) 559 3. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) 546 4. Julie Calahan (1980-81) 510 5. Anucha Browne (1983-84) 481 6. Michele Ratay (1995-96) 447 7. Patience Vanderbush-Murphy (1980-81) 428 8. Megan Chawansky (1995-99) 412 9. Amy Prichard (1981-82) 410 10. Anucha Browne (1982-83) 396 Field Goal Percentage (min. 150 attempts) 1. Michele Savage (1989-90) .652 2. Katrina Hannaford (1995-96) .626 3. Michele Savage (1991-92) .608 4. Tracie Diemer (1981-82) .604 5. Donna Groh (1992-93) .593 6. Patricia Babcock (1992-93) .589 7. Michele Savage (1990-91) .588 8. Julie Calahan (1979-80) .587 9. Katrina Hannaford (1993-94) .572 10. Carrie Lawless (1989) .565

Three-Point FG Percentage 1. Kellie Cook (1992-93) 2. Kristina Divjak (1996-97) 3. Kellie Cook (1991-92) 4. Kristina Divjak (1995-96) 5. Moira Kennelly (1991-92) 6. Nancy Kennelly (1990-91) 7. Maureen Holohan (1993-94) 8. Michele Ratay (1995-96) 9. Michele Ratay (1996-97) 10. Maureen Holohan (1992-93)

Three-Point Field Goals 1. Michele Ratay (1995-96) 2. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) 3. Kristina Divjak (1996-97) 4. Michele Ratay (1996-97) 5. Moira Kennelly (1993-94) 6. Moira Kennelly (1991-92) 7. Dana Leonard (1998-99) 8. Dana Leonard (1999-2000) 9. Kristina Divjak (1995-96) 10. Samantha McComb (2002-03)

85 82 80 79 64 60 57 54 50 48

Free Throws 1. Julie Calahan (1980-81) 2. Anucha Browne (1984-85) 3. Christina Braden (1995-96) 4. Michele Ratay (1996-97) 5. Michele Savage (1990-91) 6. Megan Chawansky (1998-99) Michele Ratay (1994-95) 8. Katrina Hannaford (1995-96) 9. Megan Chawansky (1997-98) 10. Michele Savage (1991-92) Free Throw Percentage 1. Kristen Cartwright (2008-09) 2. Michele Ratay (1996-97) 3. Anne Marie McNamee (1986-87) 4. Kristin Cartwright (2005-06) 5. A.J. Glasauer (2005-06) 6. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) 7. Jeanine Wasielewski (1989-90) 8. Moira Kennelly (1992-93) Kelly Cole (1990-91) 10. Michele Savage (1991-92)

Three-Point FG Attempts 1. Michele Ratay (1995-96) 2. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) 3. Michele Ratay (1996-97) 4. Kristina Divjak (1996-97) 5. Moira Kennelly (1993-94) 6. Dana Leonard (1998-99) 7. Dana Leonard (1999-2000) 8. Moira Kennelly (1991-92) 9. Samantha McComb (2002-03) 10. Moira Kennelly (1992-93)

207 206 194 181 176 169 146 142 141 126

Rebounds 1. Patricia Babcock (1993-94) 2. Julie Calahan (1980-81) 3. Christina Braden (1995-96) 4. P. Vanderbush-Murphy (1980-81) 5. Anucha Browne (1983-84) 6. Anucha Browne (1984-85) Amy Prichard (1980-81) 8. Anucha Browne (1982-83) 9. Amy Jaeschke (2008-09) 10. Martha Megill (1978-79)

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.448 .442 .441 .424 .423 .417 .413 .411 .407 .400 179 173 151 136 135 131 131 130 129 124 .874 .872 .863 .857 .855 .853 .848 .846 .846 .844 305 300 289 287 271 257 257 249 247 239

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single-season RECORDS 6. Moira Kennelly (1992-93) Michele Savage (1991-92) Julie Calahan (1980-81) 9. Amy Prichard (1982-83) 10. Nancy Kennelly (1990-91) Kelly Cole (1989-90) Games Started 1. Michele Ratay (1995-96) Christina Braden (1995-96) 3. Katrina Hannaford (1995-96) 4. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) Megan Chawansky (1997-98) 6. Sara Stutz (2004-05) Samantha McComb (2004-05) Amy Jaeschke (2008-09) 10. Sara Stutz (2005-06) A.J. Glasauer (2005-06) Melissa Miller (2005-06) Nadia Bibbs (2005-06) Kristen Cartwright (2008-09) Jenny Eckhart (2008-09)

Point guard Jenny Eckhart played 1,067 minutes in the 2008-09 season. Assists 1. Nancy Kennelly (1990-91) Nancy Kennelly (1992-93) 3. Nancy Kennelly (1989-90) 4. Amber DeWall (1997-98) 5. Moira Kennelly (1991-92) 6. Moira Kennelly (1993-94) 7. Connie Erickson (1981-82) 8. Amber DeWall (1996-97) 9. Anne Marie McNamee (1985-86) 10. Nancy Kennelly (1988-89) Anne Marie McNamee (1986-87)

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252 252 215 205 200 196 194 185 175 173 173

Blocked Shots 1. Amy Jaeschke (2008-09) 2. Christina Braden (1995-96) 3. Anucha Browne (1983-84) 4. Sarah Kwasinski (2001-02) 5. Sarah Kwasinski (2002-03) 6. Anucha Browne (1982-83) 7. Anucha Browne (1984-85) Sarah Kwasinski (2003-04) Sarah Kwasinski (2004-05) 10. Tracie Diemer (1982-83) Christina Braden (1994-95)

96 58 55 54 51 48 37 37 37 35 35

Steals 1. Julie Egan (1980-91) 2. Moira Kennelly (1993-94) 3. Connie Erickson (1981-82) 4. Amy Prichard (1981-82) 5. Anne Marie McNamee (1986-87)

92 83 75 74 72

Minutes Played 1. Michele Ratay (1995-96) 2. Christina Braden (1995-96) 3. Kristina Divjak (1997-98) 4. Megan Chawansky (1995-96) 5. Nancy Kennelly (1990-91) 6. Nancy Kennelly (1989-90) 7. Amy Jaeschke (2008-09) 8. Anne Marie McNamee (1985-86) 9. Jenny Eckhart (2008-09) 10. Amber DeWall (1997-98) Double-Doubles 1. Patricia Babcock (1993-94) 2. Anucha Browne (1983-84) 3. Patricia Babcock (1991-92) 4. Anucha Browne (1984-85) 5. Anucha Browne (1982-83) Amy Jaeschke (2008-09) 6. Ifeoma Okonkwo (2005-06) Triple-Doubles 1. Amber DeWall vs. Indiana (1997-98)

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69 69 69 68 65 65 34 34 32 31 31 30 30 30 28

1,245 1,144 1,140 1,116 1,090 1,079 1,078 1,075 1,067 1,065 18 16 11 10 9 9 6 1

Junior Amy Jaeschke recorded a Wildcat-high 96 rejections last season. She finished the 2008-09 campaign fifth in the nation in blocks.


SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points 1. A. Browne at St. John’s (12/8/84) 2. A. Browne vs. Minnesota (1/27/85) 3. A. Browne vs. Northern Illinois (12/5/84) 4. M. Ratay vs. Kansas St. (12/18/95) 5. D. Groh at Minnesota (3/9/91) M. Savage vs. Wisconsin (2/28/92) 7. K. Divjak vs. Penn State (2/27/98) A. Browne vs. Notre Dame (12/7/83) A. Browne vs. UIC (11/24/84) C. vs. Minnesota (2/3/89) A. Browne at Indiana (2/10/85)

45 44 40 39 36 36 35 35 35 35 35

Rebounds 1. J. Calahan vs. Indiana 1981 2. P. Babcock vs. Texas A&M (11/23/91) A. Browne vs. Minnesota (1/23/83) A. Browne vs. Iowa (1/13/83) 5. A. Browne vs. Purdue (2/12/84) P. Murphy vs. Queens (12/29/80) Martha Megill vs. Illinois (2/4/77) 8. P. Babcock vs. Wisconsin (2/18/95) P. Babcock at Indiana (2/25/94) P. Babcock vs. Indiana (1/30/94)

26 20 20 20 19 19 19 18 18 18

Assists 1. N. Kennelly vs. Eastern Illinois (1/4/93) 2. N. Kennelly at Michigan St. (3/5/93) N. Kennelly vs. BYU (12/21/90) 4. N. Kennelly vs. Marquette (1/2/91) 5. N. Kennelly at Illinois (1/20/93) C. Erickson vs. Kansas (1/4/82) M. Kennelly vs. Wake Forest (12/4/93) 8. Many times, most recent: A. DeWall vs. Minnesota (1/18/98)

16 15 15 14 13 13 13 12

Steals 1. M. Kennelly vs. UW-Milwaukee (1/12/93) 2. M. Kennelly vs. Purdue (1/28/94) 3. A. Prichard vs. Purdue (2/4/83) S. Neal vs. Purdue (2/4/83) J. Calahan vs. Michigan (1/10/81) M. Murphy vs. DePaul (2/1/77) 7. Many times, most recent: M. Kennelly vs. Illinois State (11/28/93) 9. N. Bibbs vs. Missouri (11/22/05) Blocked Shots 1. A. Jaeschke vs. Texas Southern (12/16/08) 2. A. Jaeschke vs. Purdue (01/11/09) S. Kwasinski vs. Illinois (1/20/02) 4. A. Browne vs. St. John’s (12/8/84) A. Browne vs. Northern Illinois (12/5/84) A. Jaeschke at Illinois (02/12/09) S. Kwasinski vs. Indiana (2/20/03) 8. S. Kwasinski vs. Denver (12/5/01) K. Hannaford vs. Morgan St. (12/6/96) C. Braden vs. Michigan (3/1/96) C. Braden vs. Michigan (1/8/95) H. Ertel vs. BYU (12/2/88) A. Browne at Iowa (1/16/83)

11 9 8 8 8 8 7 6 9 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

Three-point field goals 1. M. Ratay vs. UIC (11/23/96) 2. Natalie Will at Long Beach (12/15/00) D. Leonard at MSU (2/12/99) K. Divjak at Minnesota (1/19/97) M. Ratay vs. Michigan (3/1/96) M. Chawansky vs. Michigan (2/16/96) K. Divjak vs. Ohio State (2/9/96) M. Ratay vs. Minnesota (12/31/95) M. Kennelly vs. Penn State (1/6/94) M. Kennelly at Northeastern (12/22/93) Three-point field goals attempted 1. M. Ratay at Vanderbilt (1/1/97) M. Ratay at Minnesota (12/31/95) M. Kennelly vs. Minnesota (2/6/94) 4. D. Leonard at MSU (2/12/99) D. Leonard vs. Miami (12/4/99) K. Divjak at New Mexico (11/15/98) 7. D. Leonard vs. Michigan State (2/15/01) K. Divjak at Michigan (2/15/98) M. Ratay vs. Michigan (2/16/96) M. Ratay vs. Minnesota (2/25/96) K. Divjak at Iowa (2/11/97) M. Ratay at St. John’s (12/19/96)

7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 13 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Three-Point Percentage (Min. four made per game) 1. M. Chawansky (4-4) vs. Indiana (2/13/98) 1.000 K. Divjak (4-4) vs. Wisconsin (2/2/97) 1.000 S. McComb (4-4) vs. Wisconsin (1/2/05) 1.000 3. M. Ratay (7-8) vs. UIC (11/23/96) .875 4. N. Will (6-7) at Long Beach (12/15/00) .875 M. Kennelly (6-7) vs. Penn State (1/6/94) .857 M. Kennelly (6-7) at Northeastern (12/22/93) .857 6. A. Mueller (4-5) vs. Indiana (2/12/04) .800 M. Ratay (4-5) at Penn State (1/31/97) .800 M. Ratay (4-5) at Illinois (12/29/95) .800 M. Holohan (4-5) at Michigan (2/16/92) .800 M. Kennelly (4-5) at Indiana (1/12/92) .800 Field Goals Made 1. A. Browne vs. St. John’s (12/8/84) 2. A. Browne vs. Minnesota (1/27/85) A. Browne vs. Notre Dame (12/7/83) 4. M. Savage vs. Wisconsin (2/28/92) A. Browne vs. Purdue (2/12/84) 6. A. Browne vs. Indiana (2/20/83) A. Browne vs. Minnesota (2/25/83) A. Browne vs. Michigan (3/12/83) 9. M. Savage at Minnesota (3/8/92) M. Savage vs. Ohio State (2/1/91) M. Megill vs. Michigan State (2/3/79) A. Prichard vs. Vanderbilt (11/27/81)

20 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14

Field Goals Attempted 1. A. Browne vs. Minnesota (1/27/85) 2. M. Holohan vs. Seton Hall (12/9/94) 3. K. Divjak at Purdue (2/20/98) M. Savage vs. Wisconsin (2/28/92) M. Savage vs. Ohio State (2/1/91) A. Jaeschke at Clemson (12/04/08) 7. M. Chawansky (2/14/99) K. Divjak at SW Missouri State (11/29/97) K. Divjak vs. Southern Illinois (11/14/97) 10. S. Kwasinski vs. Iowa State (12/8/01) M. Ratay vs. Michigan (1/7/96) M. Holohan vs. DePaul (12/14/95) P. Babcock vs. Illinois (1/19/94)

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Field Goal Percentage (Min. nine attempts) 1. P. Babcock (10-10) vs. Wake Forest (12/4/93) 100 M. Murphy (9-9) vs. St. Francis (12/10/77) 100 3. C. Erickson (11-12) vs. Iowa (2/21/81) .917 M. Megill (11-12) vs. DePaul (2/1/77) .917 5. L. Schock (10-11) vs. Purdue (2/21/99) .909 6. P. Babcock (9-10) vs. Ga. Tech (3/17/93) .900 M. Holohan (9-10) vs. E. Ill. (1/14/93) .900 8. P. Babcock (8-9) at Michigan (3/6/93) .889 M. Holohan (8-9) vs. Indiana (3/12/92) .889 I. Okonkwo (12-14) vs. UIC (11/26/06) .857 Free Throws Made 1. M. Savage at Purdue (2/24/91) 2. K. Divjak at N. Illinois (11/25/98) 3. M. Chawansky at Ohio St. (1/11/98) M. Savage vs. Ohio State (3/14/92) 5. M. Kennelly vs. Loyola-Chi. (12/1/93) A. Browne vs. Northeastern Ill. (1/4/85) J. Calahan vs. Pittsburgh (1/17/81) M. Ratay vs. Iowa (1/10/97) I. Okonkwo vs. Michigan (1/26/06) B. Orban at Ohio State (02/15/09) 11. M. Chawansky at Illinois (2/5/99) M. Ratay at Indiana (2/12/97) M. Holohan vs. Ga. Tech (3/17/93) P. Babcock vs. Indiana (2/26/93) J. Calahan vs. Nebraska (11/29/80)

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Free Throws Attempted 1. A. Browne vs. Northeastern Ill. (1/4/85) 2. M. Savage at Purdue (2/24/91) 3. K. Divjak at Northern Illinois (11/25/98) M. Holohan vs. Georgia Tech (3/17/93) 5. M. Chawansky at Stanford (12/15/98) 6. D. Leonard vs. Minnesota (1/15/99) M. Chawansky vs. Ohio State (1/14/96) M. Savage vs. Ohio State (3/14/92) J. Calahan vs. Pittsburgh (1/17/81) 10. M. Chawansky at Ohio State (1/11/98) M. Ratay vs. Iowa (1/10/97) M. Ratay vs. Michigan St. (1/20/95) P. Babcock at Michigan St. (3/5/93) I. Okonkwo at Michigan (1/26/06)

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Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 attempts) 1. M. Chawansky (14-14) at Ohio St. (1/11/98) 100 M. Kennelly (13-13) vs. Loyola (12/1/93) 100 B. Orban (13-13) at Ohio State (02/15/09) 100 M. Ratay (12-12) at Indiana (2/14/97) 100 K. Hannaford (10-10) vs. S. Carolina (11/25/95) 100 M. Savage (10-10) vs. No. Ill. (2/12/91) 100 M. Savage (10-10) vs. Mich. State (1/31/91) 100 M. Murphy (10-10) vs. Cen. Mich. (3/10/77) 100 9. M. Ratay (13-14) vs. Iowa (1/10/97) .929 I. Okonkwo (13-14) vs. Michigan (1/26/06) .929 11. M. Chawansky (12-13) at Illinois (2/5/99) .923 P. Babcock (12-13) vs. Indiana (2/26/93) .923 J. Calahan (12-13) vs. Nebraska (11/29/80) .923

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ANNUAL LEADERS Scoring Average Year Player Cl. No. Avg. 1979 Julie Calahan So. 357 12.3 1980 Julie Calahan Jr. 424 14.6 1981 Julie Calahan Sr. 701 20.6 1982 Amy Prichard Jr. 474 16.3 1983 Anucha Browne So. 552 20.4 1984 Anucha Browne Jr. 554 21.3 1985 Anucha Browne Sr. 855 30.5 1986 Laura Wiesen Sr. 403 14.4 1987 Anne Marie McNamee Sr. 368 12.3 1988 Carrie Lawless Jr. 370 13.7 1989 Carrie Lawless Sr. 435 15.5 1990 Michele Savage So. 447 16.6 1991 Michele Savage Jr. 569 21.1 1992 Michele Savage Sr. 536 19.9 1993 Maureen Holohan So. 485 16.7 1994 Patricia Babcock Sr. 468 17.3 1995 Maureen Holohan Sr. 416 14.9 1996 Michele Ratay Jr. 579 17.0 1997 Michele Ratay Sr. 531 19.0 1998 Kristina Divjak Jr. 684 22.1 1999 Megan Chawansky Sr. 488 17.4 2000 Tami Sears Jr. 321 11.9 2001 Emily Butler So. 329 12.7 2002 Sarah Kwasinski Fr. 378 13.5 2003 Sarah Kwasinski So. 335 12.0 2004 Samantha McComb Jr. 191 11.2 2005 Ifeoma Okonkwo Jr. 336 11.6 2006 Ifeoma Okonkwo Sr. 421 15.0 2007 A.J. Glasauer Sr. 383 12.8 2008 Amy Jaeschke Fr. 296 13.5 2009 Amy Jaeschke So. 416 13.9 Rebounding Average Year Player Cl. No. Avg. 1979 Martha Megill Jr. 239 8.2 1980 Martha Megill Sr. 233 8.0 1981 Julie Calahan Sr. 300 8.8 1982 P. Vanderbush-Murphy Sr. 194 6.7 1983 Anucha Browne So. 249 9.2 1984 Anucha Browne Jr. 271 10.4 1985 Anucha Browne Sr. 257 9.2 1986 Kelly Byrne So. 160 5.7 1987 Kelly Byrne Jr. 176 5.9 1988 Laura Arnold Sr. 166 6.4 1989 Carrie Lawless Sr. 147 5.3 1990 Michele Savage So. 222 8.2 1991 Michele Savage Jr. 189 7.0 1992 Patricia Babcock So. 218 8.1 1993 Patricia Babcock Jr. 220 7.6 1994 Patricia Babcock Sr. 305 11.3 1995 Maureen Holohan Sr. 229 8.2 1996 Christina Braden Sr. 289 8.5 1997 Megan Chawansky So. 177 6.3 1998 Kristina Divjak Jr. 188 6.1 1999 Tami Sears So. 232 8.3 2000 Tami Sears Jr. 200 7.4 2001 Leslie Dolland So. 159 5.9 2002 Sarah Kwasinski Fr. 181 6.5 2003 Sarah Kwasinski So. 187 6.7 2004 Ifeoma Okonkwo So. 156 5.6 2005 Melissa Miller Fr. 180 6.0 2006 Ifeoma Okonkwo Sr. 201 7.2 2007 Kaitlin McInerney Fr. 165 5.5 2008 Amy Jaeschke Fr. 150 6.8 2009 Amy Jaeschke So. 247 8.2

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Freshman amy jaeschke led the Wildcats in scoring, rebounding average and blocks in the 2007-08 season.

Assists Year Player Cl. No. Avg. 1979 Vicky Voss Jr. 75 2.8 1980 Vicky Voss Sr. 91 3.1 1981 Amy Prichard So. 112 3.3 1982 Connie Erickson So. 194 6.7 1983 Laura Augustyniak Sr. 122 4.5 1984 Connie Erickson Sr. 137 5.1 1985 Stacey Neal Sr. 165 5.9 1986 Anne Marie McNamee Jr. 175 6.3 1987 Anne Marie McNamee Sr. 173 5.8 1988 Kelly Cole So. 130 4.8 1989 Nancy Kennelly Fr. 173 6.2 1990 Nancy Kennelly So. 215 7.4 1991 Nancy Kennelly Jr. 252 8.4 1992 Moira Kennelly So. 200 7.4 1993 Nancy Kennelly Sr. 252 8.7 1994 Moira Kennelly Sr. 196 7.3 1995 Maureen Holohan Sr. 104 3.7 1996 Megan Chawansky Fr. 166 4.9 1997 Amber DeWall Jr. 185 6.6 1998 Amber DeWall Sr. 205 6.8 1999 Megan Chawansky Sr. 152 5.4 2000 Emily Butler Fr. 96 3.4 2001 Emily Butler So. 102 3.9 2002 Melissa Culver Fr. 130 4.6 2003 Natalie Will Sr. 77 2.7 2004 Melissa Culver Jr. 59 2.1 2005 Samantha McComb Sr. 111 3.7 2006 Nadia Bibbs So. 108 3.8 2007 A.J. Glasauer Sr. 99 3.0 2008 Nadia Bibbs Sr. 112 3.6 2009 Jenny Eckhart Sr. 100 3.3 Steals Year Player Cl. No. Avg. 1979 Alinda Cox Jr. 47 1.6 1980 Mary Murphy Sr. 63 2.3 Alinda Cox Sr. 63 2.2 1981 Julia Egan Sr. 92 2.8 1982 Connie Erickson So. 75 2.6 1983 Amy Prichard Sr. 68 2.6 1984 Connie Erickson Sr. 64 2.4

1985 Anucha Browne 1986 Anne Marie McNamee 1987 Anne Marie McNamee 1988 Laura Arnold 1989 Nancy Kennelly 1990 Kelly Cole 1991 Nancy Kennelly 1992 Michele Savage 1993 Moira Kennelly 1994 Moira Kennelly 1995 Maureen Holohan 1996 Christina Braden 1997 Megan Chawansky 1998 Amber DeWall 1999 Megan Chawansky 2000 Dana Leonard 2001 Natalie Will 2002 Natalie Will 2003 Sarah Kwasinski Natalie Will 2004 Ifeoma Okonkwo 2005 Ifeoma Okonkwo Samantha McComb 2006 Ifeoma Okonkwo 2007 A.J. Glasauer 2008 Nadia Bibbs 2009 Kristen Cartwright

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

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Blocked Shots Year Player Cl. No. 1980 Alinda Cox Sr. 16 1981 Karen Stack So. 16 1982 Anucha Browne Fr. 34 1983 Anucha Browne So. 48 1984 Anucha Browne Jr. 55 1985 Anucha Browne Sr. 37 1986 Laura Arnold Sr. 17 1987 Kelly Byrne Jr. 9 1988 Laura Arnold Sr. 17 1989 Mya Whitmore So. 22 1990 Heather Ertel Fr. 19 1991 Heather Ertel So. 26 1992 Patricia Babcock So. 22 1993 Patricia Babcock Jr. 26 1994 Patricia Babcock Sr. 19 1995 Christina Braden Jr. 35 1996 Christina Braden Sr. 58 1997 Katrina Hannaford Sr. 18 1998 Kristina Divjak Jr. 24 1999 Leslie Schock Jr. 15 2000 Leslie Schock Sr. 17 2001 Michelle Zylstra Fr. 19 2002 Sarah Kwasinski Fr. 54 2003 Sarah Kwasinski So. 51 2004 Sarah Kwasinski Jr. 37 2005 Sarah Kwasinski Sr. 37 2006 Sara Stutz So. 19 2007 Kaitlin McInerney Fr. 34 2008 Amy Jaeschke Fr. 51 2009 Amy Jaeschke So. 96

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2.3 2.1 2.4 2.0 1.9 2.2 2.2 2.6 2.4 3.1 2.1 1.6 1.5 1.4 2.0 1.8 1.6 1.9 1.3 1.3 1.0 1.6 1.6 2.1 1.7 2.2 1.3 Avg. 0.6 0.5 1.2 1.8 2.0 1.3 0.6 0.3 0.6 0.8 0.7 0.9 0.8 0.9 0.7 1.3 1.7 0.8 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.7 1.9 1.8 1.5 1.2 0.6 1.1 1.6 3.2


ALL-AMERICANS 1985 1998

Kodak All-America Anucha Browne Kristina Divjak (HM)

AWSF Great Lakes Region Player of the Year 1985 Anucha Browne

1983 1984 1985 1990 1991 1992 1998

Kodak All-District Anucha Browne Anucha Browne Anucha Browne Michele Savage Michele Savage Michele Savage Kristina Divjak

AWSF All-Great Lakes Region 1981 Julie Calahan 1983 Anucha Browne Amy Prichard (HM) 1984 Anucha Browne 1985 Anucha Browne

1980 1981

Kodak All-Region Mary Murphy Julie Calahan

Champion Player of the Year Nominee 1985 Anucha Browne

Street & Smith All-America 1985 Anucha Browne 1991 Michele Savage 1998 Kristina Divjak (HM)

1997

Associated Press All-America Michele Ratay (HM)

Women’s Basketball News Service All-Freshmen Team 1996 Megan Chawansky (1st) Kristina Divjak (3rd)

1984 1985

Naismith Trophy Nominee Anucha Browne Anucha Browne

1980 1981 1984 1985

Wade Trophy Nominee Mary Murphy Julie Calahan Anucha Browne Anucha Browne

mary murphy was a Kodak All-Region honoree and a nominee for the Wade Trophy in 1980.

anucha browne was Northwestern’s first Kodak All-American, Street & Smith’s All-American.

American Women’s Sports Federation All-America 1981 Julie Calahan (3rd) 1982 Amy Prichard (HM) 1983 Anucha Browne (3rd) Amy Prichard (HM) 1984 Anucha Browne (3rd) 1985 Anucha Browne CoSIDA Academic All-America 1980 1981 1982 1997

Martha Megill Patience Vanderbush-Murphy (2nd) Patience Vanderbush-Murphy Michele Ratay (3rd)

Patience vanderbush-murphy was an Academic AllAmerican in 1981-82.

CoSIDA Academic All-District 1980 1981 1982 1997 1998 1999 2004 2006 2007

Martha Megill Patience Vanderbush-Murphy Patience Vanderbush-Murphy Michele Ratay Kristina Divjak Megan Chawansky Samantha McComb Sara Stutz Sara Stutz

Lowe’s Senior Class Award 2007

Sara Stutz Sara stutz was a two-time Academic All-District awardee and NU’s first women’s basketball Lowe’s Senior Class Award honoree.

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ALL-BIG TEN 1984 1985

Big Ten Player of the Year Anucha Browne Anucha Browne

2008 2009

1987 1990

Big Ten Coach of the Year Don Perrelli Don Perrelli

Big Ten All-Freshman Team 2002 Sarah Kwasinski 2007 Amy Jaeschke

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2007

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All-Big Ten Anucha Browne Anucha Browne Connie Erickson Anucha Browne Anne Marie McNamee (HM) Laura Wiesen (2nd) Judy Banathy (HM) Anne Marie McNamee (2nd) Joanne Palombo (HM) Kelly Cole (HM) Carrie Lawless Kelly Cole (HM) Nancy Kennelly (HM) Michele Savage Mya Whitmore (HM) Michele Savage Nancy Kennelly (2nd) Michele Savage Moira Kennelly (2nd) Patricia Babcock (HM) Moira Kennelly (HM) Nancy Kennelly (2nd) Maureen Holohan (2nd) Patricia Babcock (2nd) Maureen Holohan (HM) Moira Kennelly (HM) Maureen Holohan (2nd) Christina Braden (3rd coaches; HM media) Katrina Hannaford (3rd coaches and media) Michele Ratay (3rd coaches/media) Michele Ratay (1st media; 2nd coaches) Kristina Divjak (2nd coaches/media) Megan Chawansky (3rd coaches; HM media) Kristina Divjak (1st coaches/media) Megan Chawansky (HM coaches/media) Amber DeWall (HM coaches/media) Megan Chawansky (1st media/2nd coaches) Tami Sears (HM media) Emily Butler (HM coaches) Sarah Kwasinski (HM coaches/media) Sarah Kwasinski (HM coaches/media) Ifeoma Okonkwo (HM coaches, media) A.J. Glasauer (HM coaches, media)

Amy Jaeschke (HM media) Amy Jaesche (2nd media; 3rd coaches)

Big Ten All-Decade Team (Selected in 1992) Anucha Browne (first team) Amy Prichard (honorable mention)

kristina divjak was a 1998 Kodak All-American and Street & Smith All-American.

(FAR Left) A.j. Glasauer was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection. (AT LEFT) MAUREEN HOLOHAN was a three-time AllConference selection and a two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

Academic All-Big Ten 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Joanne Palombo Laura Arnold Carrie Lawless Carrie Lawless Jeanine Wasielewski Kelly Cole Jeanine Wasielewski Donna Groh Moira Kennelly Melissa Smith Patricia Babcock Kellie Cook Donna Groh Maureen Holohan Moira Kennelly Nancy Kennelly Melissa Smith Patricia Babcock Moira Kennelly Michele Ratay Maureen Holohan Michele Ratay Lisa Byington Amber DeWall Michele Ratay Candace Wrenn

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Lisa Byington Amber DeWall Kristina Divjak Anne Giblin Katrina Hannaford Michele Ratay Lisa Byington Megan Chawansky Amber DeWall Kristina Divjak, Anne Giblin Leslie Schock Megan Chawansky Anne Giblin Leslie Schock Kristina Divjak Sara Jurek Leslie Schock Chala Holland Natalie Will Natalie Will Emily Butler Leslie Dollard Sarah Kwasinski Maria McCarthy Samantha McComb Natalie Will

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2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Melissa Culver Sarah Kwasinski Maria McCarthy Samantha McComb Melissa Culver A.J. Glasauer Sarah Kwasinski Samantha McComb Nadia Bibbs A.J. Glasauer Sara Stutz Nadia Bibbs A.J. Glasauer Sara Stutz Holly Palin Nadia Bibbs Jenny Eckhart Chiana Hung Ellen Jaeschke Kaitlin McInerney Sara Stutz Chiana Hung Jenny Eckhart Ellen Jaeschke Kaitlin McInerney


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A

j

B

k

Ambrose, Kristin 2003-04 Anderson, Virginia 1984-87 Arndorfer, Barb 1989 Arnold, Laura 1985-88 Augustyniak, Laura 1979-81, 1983 Babcock, Patricia 1991-94 Banathy, Judy 1986-87 Bednarek, Patti 1981-82, 1985 Berki, Leah 1997-2000 Bibbs, Nadia 2006-2008 Bielawski, Julie 2006-2009 Boyd, Shantina 2008-2009 Braden, Christina 1994-96 Browne, Anucha 1982-85 Butler, Emily 2000-03 Byington, Lisa 1995-98 Byrne, Kelly 1985-88

c

Calahan, Julie 1978-81 Cartwright, Kristin 2006-present Chambers, Stephanie 1984-87 Chawansky, Megan 1996-98 Cole, Kelly 1985-88 Connolly, Mary 1995-98 Cook, Kellie 1992-93 Cox, Alinda 1979-80 Culver, Melissa 2002-05

d

Daniels, Nicole 2000-03 DeWall, Amber 1995-98 Dickerson, Erin 2006-2009 Diemer, Tracie 1982-83 Divjak, Kristina 1996-1999 Dinkins, Rishal 1986-87 Dolland, Leslie 2000-03

e

Eckhart, Jenny 2008-present Egan, Julia 1979-81 Elardo, Pamela 1981 Erickson, Connie 1981-82, 1984 Ertel, Heather 1990-93

f

Finnan, Diane 1986, 1988-89 Fisher, Becki 1999-2001 Flores, Clarissa 1998-2000

g

Garrett, Robin 1988-90 Giblin, Anne 1996-98 Glasauer, A.J. 2004-07 Groh, Donna 1990-93

h

Hannaford, Katrina 1994-97 Hansen, Kathy 1984 Haugen, Tricia 1994 Hicks, Lakhiyia 2007-2009 Holland, Chala 1998, 2001 Holohan, Maureen 1992-95 Hung, Chiana 2008-2009

Jacobs, Patricia 1975-76 Jaeschke, Amy 2008-present Jaeschke, Ellen 2008-2009 Jensyn, Ellen 1975-77 Jurek, Sara 1999-2000 Karsten, Mary 1981 Kearney, Debra 1976 Kennelly, Moira 1991-94 Kennelly, Nancy 1989-91, 1993 Kroll, Jennifer 1989-91 Kwasinski, Sarah 2002-005

l

Lawless, Carrie 1986, 1988-89 Lee, Wilha 1988-91 Leonard, Dana 1998-2001 Lind, Sue 1979 Lyon, Jan 1976

m

Marshall, Beth 2007-present McCarthy, Maria 2002-04 McComb, Samantha 2002-05 McGarrigle, Shannon 1995-97 McInerney, Kaitlin 2007-present McKinney, Michelle 1976-77 McNamee, Anne Marie 1986-87 Messenger, Ashley 2000-03 Megill, Martha 1977-80 Miller, Melissa 2005-2008 Mocchi, Allison 2009-present Mocchi, Maggie 2009-present Morrison, Suzanne 2002-05 Mueller, Alex 2004 Murphy, Mary 1977-80

n

Neal, Stacey 1982-85 Nolan, Norine 1993-94

O

Okonkwo, Ifeoma 2003-2006 Orban, Brittany 2009-present

p

Palin, Holly 2006-07 Palombo, Joanne 1984-87 Patten, Esther 2006 Pelton, Mary 1979-81 Prichard, Amy 1982-85

r

Ratay, Michele 1994-97 Reed, Meshia 2008-present Roberts, Lauren 2006 Russell, Billée 1999-2002 Russo, Mary 1982-85

s

Savage, Michele 1990-92 Schock, Leslie 1998-2000 Sears, Tami 1999-2001 Smilie, Breanne 2004 Smith, Anne 1984

joanne palumbo (mccallie), now the head women’s basketball coach at Duke, was a four-year letterwinner for the ’Cats from 1984-87.

Smith, Karen 1977 Smith, Melissa 1992-93 Stack, Karen 1981-83 Stedman, Savannah 2008-2009 Stutz, Sara 2005-2008 Sutton, Suzi 2004 Svec, Barbara 1978-79 Swift, Colleen 1992-95

t

Turner, Karen 1976-77

v

Vanderbush-Murphy, Patience 1979-82 Voss, Vicky 1977-80

w

Walker, Anya 2002-03 Wasielewski, Jeanine 1988-91 Whitmore, Mya 1988-91 Wiesen, Laura 1983-86 Will, Natalie 2000-03 Williams, Tracey 1991 Wrenn, Candace 1995-98

y

Yancey, Toni 1976-77

z

Zylstra, Michelle, 2001-04 current players in bold

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POSTSEASON RESULTS T

he Wildcats have earned postseason berths 10 times in school history, compiling a 7-10 mark during that span. In 1997, NU was the 12thseed in the NCAA East Region, and led 16th-ranked George Washington at halftime, before dropping a 61-46 decision to the Colonials. NU qualified for the national AIAW tournament three straight seasons (1978-79, 1979-80 and 1980-81). NU also played in the inaugural women’s NCAA postseason tournament following the 1981-82 season. During the tenure of head coach Don Perrelli, the Wildcats earned six postseason berths, five to the NCAA tournament and one NWIT bid. Northwestern’s first NCAA appearance under Perrelli came in 1986, when the ’Cats knocked off Kansas State in overtime, 62-61. It was the first NCAA victory for Northwestern. NU advanced to the second round, where the Wildcats lost at Louisiana Tech. NU returned to the “Big Dance” in 1990 and 1991 following backto-back 20-win seasons. The Wildcats lost to South Carolina in 1990 but rebounded the following year to win their first-round matchup against Washington State. A flu bug hit the Wildcats that week, and NU dropped its second-round game at Arkansas. Northwestern won 20 games again in 1993 and earned its third NCAA appearance in four years. Even though the ’Cats first-round game against Georgia Tech occurred during finals week, more than 2,000 fans came to Welsh-Ryan Arena to watch NU advance to round two with a 90-62 victory. The Wildcat women traveled to Tennessee, where they lost to the eventual NCAA champions, 89-66.

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Long-time NU mentor Don Perrelli recorded 251 wins in 15 seasons as head coach in Evanston.

In 1996, the Wildcats earned their first berth into the National Women’s Invitational Tournament in Amarillo, Texas. NU knocked off Illinois State and LSU in the quarterfinals and semifinals, but fell to Arizona in the finals, 79-63. Three Wildcats were named to the All-NWIT team: Megan Chawansky, Kristina Divjak and Michele Ratay.

NU All-Time Postseason Results March 16, 1979 March 17, 1979 March 15, 1980 March 14, 1981 March 18, 1981 March 13, 1982 March 11, 1987 March 14, 1987 March 17, 1990 March 13, 1991 March 16, 1991 March 17, 1993 March 20, 1993 March 21, 1996 March 22, 1996 March 23, 1996 March 15, 1997

NU 67, Southern Connecticut State 61 6 Louisiana Tech 88, NU 52 6 South Carolina 64, NU 61 6 NU 67, Illinois State 66 6 Stephen F. Austin 88, NU 67 6 North Carolina State 73, NU 71 t NU 62, Kansas State 61 (OT) t Louisiana Tech 82, NU 60 t South Carolina 76, NU 67 t NU 82, Washington State 62 t Arkansas 105, NU 68 t NU 90, Georgia Tech 62 t Tennessee 89, NU 66 t NU 93, Illinois State 71 u NU 79, Louisiana State 75 u Arizona 79, NU 63 u George Washington 61, NU 46 t

All-Time Postseason Record: 7-10 6 AIAW National Tournament t NCAA Tournament u National Women’s Invitational Tournament (NWIT)

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don perrelli guided the 1996-97 team to the NCAA Tournament as a 12th seed.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1975-76 Head Coach: Mary DiStanislao Overall Record: 5-12 Date W/L Score Opponent n/a W 49-48 at Lake Forest n/a W 68-45 DePaul n/a W 44-19 at Elmhurst n/a L 34-43 at Notre Dame n/a W n/a Northeastern n/a L 22-43 Mass Inst. Tech.j n/a L n/a Brown j n/a W n/a Oberlinj n/a L 23-55 Chicagoj n/a L n/a Chicago State n/a L 36-62 Purdue n/a L 30-52 at Illinois n/a L 49-55 at Wright Jr. College n/a L 34-54 Illinois-Chicago n/a L 50-92 at Michigan n/a L 58-61 Illinois-Chicago 8 n/a L 41-50 Northern Illinois 8 j University of Chicago Tournament 8 State IAIAW Tournament

1976-77 Head Coach: Mary DiStanislao Overall Record: 18-5 1/13 W 109-15 Elmhurst 1/15 W 66-59 Indiana 1/18 W 76-54 at Purdue 1/19 W 63-44 at Notre Dame 1/22 W 80-69 at Wisconsin 1/24 W 71-51 Marquette 1/27 W 88-45 Northeastern 2/1 W 103-57 at DePaul 2/3 W 74-39 North Park 2/4 W 65-63 Illinois 2/5 W 88-50 Chicago 2/11 W 73-68 Minnesotaj 2/12 L 58-68 Michigan Statej 2/12 L 52-54 Indianajj 2/17 L 57-59 Illinois-Chicago 2/18 W 75-56 Chicago State 2/22 W 66-40 Loyola (Ill.) 2/25 W 72-57 at Eastern Illinois n/a W 68-59 Eastern Illinois 8 n/a W 75-64 Southern Illinois 8 n/a L 75-84 Illinois State 8 3/10 W 75-60 Central Michigan v 3/11 L 79-93 UW-La Crosse v j Big Ten Tournament 8 State IAIAW Tournament v Regional MAIAW Tournament

1977-78 Head Coach: Mary DiStanislao Overall Record: 18-4 12/7 W 77-62 Purdue 12/10 W 89-30 St. Francis 12/17 W 70-64 Western Michigan 1/6 W 70-68 at Illinois State 1/7 W 63-62 at Indiana 1/13 W 76-75 Michigan State 1/14 W 92-63 Western Illinois 1/18 W 76-54 at Purdue 1/20 W 101-65 at Simpson 1/21 L 46-57 at William Penn 1/28 W 67-61 Wisconsin 1/29 W 72-47 at Marquette 2/2 W 80-60 at Illinois 2/4 W 84-42 at Eastern Illinois 2/10 L 59-61 Indianaj 2/16 W 77-68 Illinois-Chicago 2/18 W 77-76 UW-La Crosse 2/24 L 57-66 at Eastern Michigan

2/25 n/a n/a n/a

W W L W

85-74 67-36 77-82 69-44

at Michigan DePaul 8 Illinois State 8 Illinois-Chicago v

j Big Ten Tournament 8 State IAIAW Tournament v Game played at neutral site

1978-79 Head Coach: Mary DiStanislao Overall Record: 25-4 12/2 W 84-65 Illinois 12/5 W 85-57 at Northern Illinois 12/9 W 87-50 DePaul 12/16 L 76-85 at Rutgers 12/18 W 81-65 West Point j 12/19 W 73-49 Virginia j 1/6 W 61-55 Pittsburgh 1/10 W 67-53 at Illinois-Chicago 1/13 W 88-70 Eastern Michigan 1/18 W 81-72 Michigan 1/20 W 75-52 Illinois State 1/25 W 93-64 at Purdue 1/27 W 69-59 at Eastern Illinois 2/2 W 65-45 at Western Michigan 2/3 L 75-78 at Michigan State 2/8 W 75-52 Purdue v 2/9 W 78-63 Minnesota v 2/10 W 75-66 Michigan State v 2/16 W 81-65 Southern Illinois 2/21 W 67-62 at Wisconsin 2/24 W 70-57 Indiana 3/2 W 67-56 Illinois g 3/3 W 82-60 Western Illinois g 3/4 L 58-71 at Southern Illinois g 3/8 W 69-67 Southern Illinois 3/9 W 70-65 UW-La Crosse • 3/10 W 71-56 Detroit • 3/16 W 67-61 S. Connecticut State a 3/17 L 52-88 Louisiana Tech a j Princeton Tournament v Big Ten Tournament g State IAIAW Tournament • Regional MAIAW Tournament a Central Sectional AIAW Large College Tourney

1979-80 Head Coach: Mary DiStanislao Overall Record: 24-5 12/7 W 95-87 at Western Illinois 12/8 W 74-71 at DePaul 12/15 L 74-92 at Old Dominion 12/17 L 74-79 at Penn State 12/18 L 71-81 at Pittsburgh 1/5 W 80-63 Eastern Illinois 1/10 W 82-47 Marquette 1/12 W 78-67 Michigan State 1/14 W 84-71 Detroit 1/18 W 68-52 at Southern Illinois 1/19 L 54-58 at Indiana 1/23 W 79-52 at Wisconsin 1/26 W 67-64 at Dayton 2/1 W 70-56 at E.Michigan 2/2 W 85-74 at Michigan 2/8 W 71-53 Illinoisj 2/9 W 69-66 Iowa j 2/10 W 86-72 Minnesota j 2/14 W 71-40 Purdue 2/15 W 86-67 Illinois-Chicago 2/22 W 82-67 at Illinois State 2/23 W 90-73 at Illinois 2/28 W 93-74 Northern Illinois 8 2/29 W 80-75 Illinois-Chicago 8 3/1 W 65-54 DePaul 8 3/6 W 75-61 Oakland v

3/7 W 62-49 3/8 W 78-67 3/15 L 61-64

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1980-81 Head Coach: Annette Lynch Overall Record: 22-12 11/22 W 80-73 Illinois State 11/28 W 79-67 California j 11/29 L 64-65 at Nebraska j 12/12 W 84-83 Western Kentucky 8 12/13 W 77-70 at Wisconsin 8 12/20 W 90-77 Southern Illinois 12/27 W 64-57 North Carolina A&T v 12/28 L 62-63 East Carolina v 12/29 L 64-68 at Queens v 1/5 W 91-68 Western Illinois 1/7 W 96-59 Northern Illinois 1/10 W 66-46 Michigan 1/17 L 74-76 Pittsburgh 1/23 L 68-70 at Miami (Ohio) (OT) 1/24 L 71-74 at Dayton 1/29 W 79-69 at Illinois-Chicago 1/31 L 83-87 at Minnesota 2/6 W 74-58 Indiana 2/7 W 71-60 Illinois 2/13 W 82-80 Michigan • 2/14 W 78-77 Indiana • 2/15 L 73-79 Minnesota • 2/17 L 68-82 at Purdue 2/20 W 73-64 DePaul 2/21 W 85-63 Iowa 2/25 W 82-75 at Wisconsin 2/28 L 61-69 at Detroit 3/5 W 70-58 Northern Illinois R 3/6 W 78-72 DePaul R 3/7 L 61-76 Illinois State R 3/12 W 77-63 Miami (Ohio) 4 3/13 W 72-63 Detroit 4 3/14 W 67-66 at Illinois State 4 3/18 L 67-88 at Stephen F. Austin 6 j Husker Invitational 8 Badger Invitational v Queens Holiday Tournament • Big Ten Tournament R State IAIAW Tournament 4 Regional MAIAW Tournament 6 National AIAW Playoffs

1981-82 Head Coach: Annette Lynch Overall Record: 21-8 Big Ten: 2-1 (3rd) 11/27 L 70-81 Vanderbilt j 11/28 W 94-38 at Harvard j 12/2 W 93-82 at Western Illinois 12/5 W 75-66 at Iowa State 12/6 W 92-80 at Iowa 12/11 W 63-58 at Southern Illinois 12/19 L 62-77 at DePaul 12/28 W 77-56 West Virginia 8 12/29 W 78-70 East Carolina 8 12/30 W 77-66 Mississippi State 8 1/4 L 70-74 Kansas 1/8 W 85-71 Miami (Ohio) 1/9 W 73-45 Michigan State 1/16 W 75-58 Long Beach State 1/21 W 67-60 Illinois-Chicago 1/23 W 75-59 Dayton 1/25 L 60-63 at Illinois State 1/30 L 63-71 Minnesota 2/2 W 95-90 at Illinois (OT) 2/3 W 70-59 at Indiana

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2/12 2/13 2/14 2/19 2/20 2/25 2/27 3/2 3/13

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62-52 68-69 61-55 75-57 82-66 63-79 89-64 82-66 71-75

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1982-83 Head Coach: Annette Lynch Overall Record: 17-10 Big Ten: 13-5 (T-3rd) 11/27 L 68-86 at San Francisco 11/28 L 73-76 at Stanford 11/30 L 80-110 at USC 12/9 W 73-53 Tulane j 12/10 L 54-86 at Louisiana Tech j 12/11 L 53-70 Auburn j 12/28 W 71-61 Seton Hall 8 12/29 W 68-67 St. Peter’s 8 12/30 W 84-75 Penn State 8 1/7 W 94-70 at Michigan 1/9 W 73-70 at Michigan State 1/16 W 71-56 at Iowa 1/21 L 54-57 Wisconsin 1/23 W 72-67 Minnesota 1/28 L 51-59 at Indiana 1/30 L 59-89 at Ohio State 2/4 W 91-66 Purdue 2/6 W 91-67 at Illinois 2/11 W 93-80 Illinois 2/13 W 87-76 at Purdue 2/18 W 88-70 Ohio State 2/20 L 77-83 Indiana (2OT) 2/25 W 97-92 at Minnesota 2/27 L 72-81 at Wisconsin 3/4 W 81-54 Iowa 3/10 W 90-75 Michigan State 3/12 W 94-65 Michigan j Louisiana Tech Dial Classic 8 LaSalle Tournament

1983-84 Head Coach: Annette Lynch Overall Record: 15-12 Big Ten: 10-8 (T-5th) 11/25 W 75-67 Loyola (Ill.)j 11/26 W 70-60 DePaul j 11/28 L 65-67 USC (OT) 12/3 L 65-97 Kansas State 12/7 W 78-74 Notre Dame 12/20 W 77-74 Tennessee Tech 8 12/21 L 73-103 Louisiana State 8 12/22 L 77-85 at Virginia Tech 8 1/3 W 69-52 Iowa State 1/6 W 69-51 Michigan 1/8 W 64-55 Michigan State 1/13 W 59-51 Iowa 1/20 L 70-80 at Wisconsin 1/22 W 82-73 at Minnesota 1/27 L 57-66 Indiana 1/29 L 76-90 Ohio State 2/3 W 79-59 at Purdue 2/5 W 66-61 at Illinois 2/10 W 61-53 Illinois 2/12 W 89-65 Purdue 2/17 L 71-84 at Ohio State 2/19 L 77-89 at Indiana 2/24 W 74-68 Minnesota

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j Chicagoland Classic 8 Virginia Tech Converse Christmas Classic

1984-85 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 16-12 Big Ten: 10-8 (5th) 11/24 W 75-57 Illinois-Chicago 11/30 W 88-65 Utah j 12/1 L 85-87 Old Dominion j 12/5 L 83-84 Northern Illinois 12/7 W 87-49 at Long Island 12/8 W 74-69 at St. John’s 12/19 L 74-96 at UCLA 12/21 L 54-93 at Long Beach St. 1/4 W 78-54 Northeastern Ill. 1/6 W 76-58 at Wisconsin 1/11 W 62-54 Indiana 1/13 L 58-80 Ohio State 1/18 L 70-72 at Purdue 1/20 L 65-67 at Illinois 1/25 L 51-70 Iowa 1/27 W 80-74 Minnesota 2/1 W 77-56 at Michigan 2/3 W 77-59 at Michigan State 2/8 L 67-87 at Ohio State 2/10 W 67-57 at Indiana 2/15 W 81-68 Illinois 2/17 W 79-63 Purdue 2/22 L 70-82 at Minnesota 2/24 L 61-71 at Iowa 3/1 W 92-71 Michigan State 3/3 W 71-65 Michigan 3/7 W 87-78 Loyola (Ill.) 3/9 L 86-89 Wisconsin (OT) j Roger L. White Invitational

1985-86 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 16-12 Big Ten: 6-12 (8th) 11/22 W 88-20 Northeastern Illinois 11/25 W 84-62 at Northern Illinois 12/3 W 73-57 Bradley 12/6 W 68-62 Bowling Green j 12/7 W 66-58 Alabama j 12/16 W 79-73 Loyola (Ill.) 12/19 W 81-59 UCLA 12/28 W 72-42 at Iona 12/30 W 78-69 at Fairfield 1/5 W 68-64 Wisconsin 1/10 L 64-80 at Indiana 1/12 L 70-82 at Ohio State 1/17 L 72-80 Purdue 1/19 W 75-61 Illinois 1/24 L 58-72 at Iowa 1/26 L 70-75 at Minnesota 1/31 W 85-74 Michigan 2/2 L 72-80 Michigan State 2/7 L 71-73 Ohio State (OT) 2/9 L 65-73 Indiana 2/12 W 68-50 at Illinois-Chicago 2/14 L 64-72 at Illinois 2/16 L 67-70 at Purdue 2/21 W 77-66 Minnesota 2/23 L 66-69 Iowa (OT) 2/28 W 70-68 at Michigan State 3/2 L 66-80 at Michigan 3/8 W 87-72 at Wisconsin

1986-87 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 20-10 Big Ten: 12-6 (3rd) 11/28 W 92-42 Maryland-Baltimore 12/2 W 66-41 Drake 12/5 W 83-55 Brown j 12/6 W 79-54 Wake Forest j 12/16 L 76-78 at Bradley 12/19 L 56-58 Auburn 8 12/20 W 70-64 Virginia Tech 8 1/2 W 88-48 Minnesota 1/4 L 61-72 Iowa 1/7 W 77-57 Northern Illinois 1/9 L 66-76 at Purdue 1/11 L 69-78 at Illinois 1/16 L 66-80 Ohio State 1/18 W 62-58 Indiana (OT) 1/20 L 71-74 Tennessee 1/23 W 86-57 at Michigan 1/25 W 63-62 at Michigan State 1/28 W 70-66 at Loyola (Ill.) 1/30 W 72-53 at Wisconsin 2/6 W 71-58 Illinois 2/8 W 77-75 Purdue (OT) 2/13 W 58-57 at Indiana 2/15 L 62-89 at Ohio State 2/20 W 64-50 Michigan State 2/22 W 77-49 Michigan 2/27 W 73-50 Wisconsin 3/5 L 53-70 at Iowa 3/7 W 79-48 at Minnesota 3/11 W 62-61 Kansas State v (OT) 3/14 L 60-82 at Louisiana Tech v j Roger L. White Invitational 8 Old Dominion Reebok Roundball Classic v NCAA Tournament

1987-88 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 13-14 Big Ten: 8-10 (5th) 11/28 W 80-62 at Bowling Green 11/30 L 49-69 at Notre Dame 12/4 L 51-61 Louisville j 12/5 W 65-47 Seton Hall j 12/12 W 75-58 Loyola (Ill.) 12/18 L 64-66 at UC Irvine 8 12/20 W 60-56 at San Diego 1/5 L 65-78 at Tennessee 1/8 L 77-82 at Minnesota 1/10 L 43-81 at Iowa 1/15 L 64-69 Purdue (OT) 1/17 W 71-51 Illinois 1/22 L 50-63 at Ohio State 1/24 L 39-63 at Indiana 1/29 L 64-66 Michigan 1/31 W 59-51 Michigan State 2/5 W 70-55 Wisconsin 2/9 W 82-67 at Northern Illinois 2/12 W 72-59 at Illinois 2/14 L 68-79 at Purdue 2/19 W 71-64 Indiana 2/21 L 64-82 Ohio State 2/26 L 66-76 at Michigan State 2/28 W 70-63 at Michigan 3/4 W 83-57 at Wisconsin 3/10 L 66-76 Iowa 3/12 W 68-57 Minnesota j Roger L. White Invitational 8 Game later forfeited by UCI

1988-89 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 11-17 Big Ten: 6-12 (T-6th) 11/26 L 71-81 Bowling Green 11/29 L 63-75 Notre Dame 12/2 W 107-77 Brigham Young j 12/3 L 82-94 Stanford j 12/6 W 83-78 Northern Illinois 12/10 W 81-74 at Loyola (Ill.) 12/19 W 61-44 at Manhattan 12/21 L 78-95 at St. Joseph’s 12/22 L 67-69 at La Salle 1/6 L 68-85 at Ohio State 1/8 L 68-89 at Indiana 1/13 W 62-59 at Wisconsin 1/20 W 58-51 Michigan 1/22 L 55-56 Michigan State 1/27 L 64-76 at Purdue 1/29 L 73-81 at Illinois 2/3 W 69-60 Minnesota 2/5 L 53-63 Iowa 2/10 W 66-63 Wisconsin 2/12 W 85-65 at Illinois-Chicago 2/17 L 41-58 at Michigan State 2/19 L 70-75 at Michigan 2/24 L 65-72 Illinois 2/26 L 70-72 Purdue 3/3 L 46-77 at Iowa 3/5 W 89-86 at Minnesota 3/9 W 64-61 Indiana 3/11 L 70-79 Ohio State j Roger L. White Invitational

1989-90 — Big Ten Champions Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 24-5 Big Ten: 15-3 (T-1st) 11/28 W 81-69 at Eastern Illinois 12/1 W 81-62 Ohio j 12/2 W 68-63 St. John’s j 12/5 L 74-99 at Northern Illinois 12/9 W 80-64 Loyola-Chicago 12/17 W 84-67 at Oregon 12/18 W 87-56 at Oregon State 12/20 W 88-78 at Portland State 1/2 W 81-64 Vanderbilt 1/5 W 64-57 Ohio State 1/7 W 75-53 Indiana 1/12 W 72-57 Wisconsin 1/19 W 92-62 at Michigan 1/21 W 71-59 at Michigan State 1/19 W 92-62 at Michigan 1/21 W 71-59 at Michigan State 1/26 L 70-79 Purdue 1/28 W 71-48 Illinois 1/26 L 70-79 Purdue 1/28 W 71-48 Illinois 2/2 W 99-81 at Minnesota 2/4 W 64-63 at Iowa 2/9 W 73-62 at Wisconsin 2/11 W 80-45 Illinois-Chicago 2/16 W 55-54 Michigan State 2/18 L 68-70 Michigan (OT) 2/25 W 66-62 at Purdue 2/26 W 57-55 at Illinois 3/2 L 43-64 Iowa 3/4 W 77-42 Minnesota 3/8 W 67-61 at Indiana 3/10 W 84-78 at Ohio State 3/17 L 67-76 South Carolina 8 j Roger L. White Invitational 8 NCAA Tournament

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1990-91 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 21-9 Big Ten: 12-6 (4th) 11/30 W 74-52 Syracuse j 12/1 W 70-63 USC j 12/8 W 82-48 at Loyola (Ill.) 12/13 L 44-64 Auburn 12/15 W 91-86 at Vanderbilt 12/18 W 83-73 Oregon State 12/21 L 83-93 Georgia (OT) 8 12/22 W 95-72 Brigham Young 8 1/2 W 103-71 at Marquette 1/4 W 90-49 Minnesota 1/11 W 88-61 at Michigan 1/13 L 73-82 at Michigan State 1/18 W 86-85 at Wisconsin 1/25 L 55-64 Purdue 1/27 W 85-74 Illinois 2/1 W 85-65 at Ohio State 2/3 L 61-74 at Indiana 2/5 L 60-64 Iowa 2/8 W 73-59 Michigan State 2/10 W 91-62 Michigan 2/12 W 91-66 Northern Illinois 2/15 W 93-72 Wisconsin 2/19 W 91-82 at Illinois 2/24 L 78-93 at Purdue 3/1 W 87-71 Indiana 3/3 W 71-55 Ohio State 3/7 L 58-67 at Iowa 3/9 W 87-78 at Minnesota 3/13 W 82-62 Washington State v 3/16 L 68-105 at Arkansas v j Stanford Cardinal Classic 8 Roger L. White Invitational v NCAA Tournament

1991-92 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 17-10 Big Ten: 10-8 (4th) 11/23 W 89-77 Texas A&M j 11/24 W 73-49 at Auburn j 12/1 L 69-79 Oregon 12/3 W 93-74 Marquette 12/6 W 73-68 Holy Cross 8 12/7 W 79-52 Illinois State 8 12/15 L 75-82 at Texas 12/18 W 95-67 Loyola (Ill.) 1/10 L 67-85 at Ohio State 1/12 W 70-54 at Indiana 1/17 W 83-57 Michigan 1/19 L 69-71 Michigan State 1/24 L 60-80 at Purdue 1/26 L 58-70 at Illinois 1/31 L 89-91 at Wisconsin 2/7 W 85-71 Minnesota 2/9 L 72-90 Iowa 2/14 L 66-68 at Michigan State 2/16 W 74-72 at Michigan 2/21 W 75-61 Illinois 2/23 W 72-70 Purdue 2/25 W 95-75 at Northern Illinois 2/28 W 91-80 Wisconsin 3/6 L 65-73 at Iowa 3/8 W 99-67 at Minnesota 3/12 W 75-66 Indiana 3/14 W 84-66 Ohio State j Auburn Dial Classic, Auburn, Ala. 8 Roger L. White Invitational


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

The 1989-90 Big Ten Co-Champions Front row (l-r): Michele Savage, Kelly Cole, Jennifer Kroll, Tracey Williams, Robin Garrett, Nancy Kennelly. Back row (l-r): Renee Ducre, Jeanine Wasielewski, Mya Whitmore, Heather Ertel, Donna Groh, Wilha Lee. 1992-93 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 20-9 Big Ten: 13-5 (4th) 12/1 W 82-60 at Loyola (Ill.) 12/4 W 73-56 Yale j 12/5 L 71-83 Nebraska j 12/13 L 60-76 at Illinois State 12/19 W 63-49 at St. Mary’s 12/21 L 78-81 at California 8 12/22 W 72-58 Tennessee Tech 8 1/4 W 104-57 Eastern Illinois 1/10 L 63-75 at Penn State 1/12 W 89-46 UW-Milwaukee 1/17 L 55-60 Iowa 1/20 W 85-76 at Illinois 1/24 W 82-65 Wisconsin 1/29 W 73-62 at Purdue 1/31 W 77-58 at Indiana 2/5 W 78-58 Michigan State 2/7 W 76-68 Minnesota 2/12 L 62-68 at Iowa 2/14 L 70-72 at Minnesota 2/17 W 80-76 Illinois 2/19 W 103-90 at Wisconsin 2/26 W 77-65 Indiana 2/28 W 70-62 Purdue 3/5 W 109-103 at Michigan St. 3/6 W 98-58 at Michigan 3/11 L 66-76 Ohio State 3/13 W 99-84 Penn State 3/17 W 90-62 Georgia Tech v 3/20 L 66-89 at Tennessee v j Roger L. White Invitational 8 Oakland Tribune Classic v NCAA Tournament

1993-94 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 17-10 Big Ten: 9-9 (6th) 11/28 W 83-54 Illinois State 12/1 W 81-66 Loyola (Ill.) 12/3 W 94-53 Bradley j 12/4 W 89-73 Wake Forest j 12/19 W 89-58 at Holy Cross 12/21 W 86-59 at Boston College 12/22 W 76-67 at Northeastern 1/6 L 63-80 Penn State 1/8 L 75-98 North Carolina 8

1/16 1/19 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/8 2/11 2/13 2/16 2/18 2/25 2/27 3/4 3/6 3/10 3/12

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59-67 78-70 101-85 66-77 76-84 63-65 74-84 76-62 55-47 89-63 76-65 79-54 66-77 61-76 69-52 82-70 79-70 71-98

at Iowa Illinois at Wisconsin Purdue Indiana at Michigan State at Minnesota Northern Illinois Iowa Minnesota at Illinois Wisconsin at Indiana at Purdue Michigan State Michigan at Ohio State at Penn State

j Roger L. White Invitational 8 Big Ten-ACC Challenge

1994-95 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 14-14 Big Ten: 9-7 (4th) 11/15 L 79-87 at Washington j 11/25 W 64-55 at UW-Milwaukee 11/29 L 55-74 at Bradley 12/2 W 79-47 Hartford 8 12/3 L 48-62 Louisville 8 12/9 L 53-75 Seton Hall 12/11 W 71-54 Boston College 12/14 L 72-83 at DePaul 12/18 W 78-64 at Kansas 12/20 L 80-92 at Marquette 12/28 L 54-74 at Minnesota 1/3 W 76-57 Illinois 1/8 L 55-74 at Michigan 1/13 L 72-81 at Penn State 1/15 W 73-70 at Ohio State 1/20 W 67-61 Michigan State 1/22 W 58-57 at Iowa 1/27 W 80-67 Indiana 1/29 L 77-78 Purdue 2/3 L 56-63 at Wisconsin 2/5 L 63-86 at Michigan State 2/10 W 65-52 Ohio State 2/12 L 62-86 Penn State 2/14 W 89-77 at Northern Illinois 2/17 W 69-62 Michigan

2/24 W 71-62 2/26 W 74-58 3/4 L 75-77

Illinois Minnesota Indiana v

j Preseason NIT 8 Roger L. White Invitational v Big Ten Postseason Tournament

1995-96 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 23-11 Big Ten: 8-8 (T-6th) 11/24 W 84-74 Washington j 11/25 W 82-78 South Carolina j 11/28 W 82-61 at Loyola (Ill.) 12/1 W 84-44 Pennsylvania 8 12/2 W 78-42 Kentucky 8 12/10 W 83-62 Kansas 12/13 W 77-74 DePaul (OT) 12/17 W 84-76 SW Missouri St. v 12/18 W 86-77 Kansas St. (OT) v 12/19 L 73-78 So. Methodist v 12/29 W 95-83 at Illinois 12/31 W 84-71 Minnesota 1/3 W 70-49 Marquette 1/7 W 88-65 Michigan 1/12 W 77-69 Penn State 1/14 W 78-75 Ohio State 1/19 L 90-94 at Michigan State 1/21 L 51-64 Iowa 1/26 L 86-95 at Indiana 1/28 L 71-89 at Purdue 2/2 L 68-69 Wisconsin 2/4 L 59-60 Michigan State 2/6 W 70-50 at Illinois-Chicago 2/9 L 68-105 at Ohio State 2/11 L 62-78 at Penn State 2/16 W 90-79 at Michigan 2/20 W 74-58 Northern Illinois 2/23 W 75-68 Illinois 2/25 W 73-49 at Minnesota 3/1 W 89-79 Michigan o 3/2 L 70-85 Penn State o 3/21 W 93-71 Illinois State • 3/22 W 79-75 Louisiana State • 3/23 L 63-79 Arizona • j Wake Forest Invitational 8 Roger L. White Invitational v San Juan Shootout o Big Ten Postseason Tournament • Postseason NIT

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1996-97 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 17-11 Big Ten: 9-7 (T-4th) 11/23 W 101-69 Illinois-Chicago 11/27 W92-81 at Marquette 12/4 L 67-77 at DePaul 12/6 W 82-38 Morgan State j 12/7 W 78-74 Kent State j 12/15 W 67-64 at Seton Hall 12/19 W 84-61 at St. John’s 12/29 L 79-93 at Purdue 1/1 L 54-73 at Vanderbilt 1/3 L 90-97 at Michigan 1/5 W 81-78 Indiana 1/7 W 95-58 Loyola (Ill.) 1/10 L 61-73 Iowa 1/12 W 96-83 Ohio State 1/17 L 67-77 at Wisconsin 1/19 W 91-84 at Minnesota 1/24 L 79-80 Illinois 1/26 L 77-87 Michigan State 1/31 W 68-65 at Penn State 2/2 W 93-62 Wisconsin 2/7 W 74-62 at Ohio State 2/9 L 56-80 at Iowa 2/14 W 88-75 at Indiana 2/16 W 104-65 Michigan 2/18 W 97-78 at Northern Illinois 2/21 W 64-55 Purdue 3/1 L 63-73 Iowa 8 3/15 L 46-61 George Washington v j Roger L. White Invitational 8 Big Ten Postseason Tournament v NCAA Tournament

1997-98 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 10-21 Big Ten: 3-13 (10th) 11/14 W 83-69 S. Illinois j 11/16 W 70-66 Clemson j 11/20 L 60-106 at Connecticut j 11/21 L 83-88 vs. W. Kentucky j 11/23 L 70-81 Marquette 11/25 L 58-82 at Western Kentucky 11/29 L 70-73 at SW Missouri St.8 12/5 W 81-51 Eastern Illinois 8 12/6 L 79-82 St. Bonaventure (OT) 8 12/16 W 72-62 at SW Texas State 12/18 L 86-89 at Texas 1/2 L 69-77 Michigan 1/4 L 63-88 at Indiana 1/7 W 87-66 at Loyola (Ill.) 1/9 L 58-65 at Iowa 1/11 L 64-81 at Ohio State 1/13 L 64-81 Purdue 1/16 L 65-70 Wisconsin 1/18 W 84-65 Minnesota 1/23 L 60-70 at Illinois 1/25 L 65-76 at Michigan State 1/30 L 70-77 Penn State 2/1 L 64-95 at Wisconsin 2/6 W 76-60 Ohio State 2/8 L 72-79 Iowa 2/10 W 72-67 DePaul 2/13 W 81-59 Indiana 2/15 L 64-70 at Michigan (OT) 2/17 W 75-60 Northern Illinois 2/20 L 67-79 at Purdue 2/27 L 76-97 vs. Penn State v j Preseason NIT 8 Roger L. White Invitational v Big Ten Postseason Tournament

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The 1996-97 NCAA Team. Back Row (L to R): Leslie Schock, Leah Berki, Katrina Hannaford, Mary Connolly, Anne Giblin, Kristina Divjak. Front Row (L to R): Michele Ratay, Megan Chawansky, Lisa Byington, Shannon McGarrigle, Amber DeWall, Candace Wrenn. 1998-99 Head Coach: Don Perrelli Overall Record: 12-16 Big Ten: 5-11 (9th) 11/15 L 68-73 at New Mexico 11/18 L 89-101 UC-Santa Barbara 11/20 W 62-61 at DePaul 11/25 W 74-60 at Northern Illinois 12/1 W 88-53 Loyola (Ill.) 12/4 W 94-59 Ohio j 12/5 W 65-59 W. Kentuckyj 12/15 L 77-92 at Stanford 12/17 L 76-88 at California 12/30 W 68-66 at Indiana 1/1 W 78-58 at UW-Milwaukee 1/5 L 64-73 Michigan State 1/10 L 55-74 Illinois 1/12 L 46-76 at Purdue 1/15 L 68-70 Minnesota 1/17 W 48-41 Ohio State 1/22 L 61-80 at Wisconsin 1/24 L 54-64 Michigan 1/27 L 60-93 at Penn State 1/31 W 66-53 at Minnesota 2/5 W 76-73 at Illinois 2/7 L 63-92 Penn State 2/12 L 69-81 at Michigan State 2/14 L 69-86 at Iowa 2/19 W 79-68 Indiana 2/21 L 62-71 Purdue 2/26 W 75-71 vs. Iowa 8 2/27 L 56-79 vs. Purdue 8 j Roger L. White Invitational 8 Big Ten Postseason Tournament

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1999-2000 Head Coach: June Olkowski Overall Record: 7-21 Big Ten: 3-13 (t10th) 11/19 W 68-57 Northen Illinois 11/21 L 54-65 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 11/30 L 32-67 at Iowa State 12/3 W 55-38 Princeton j 12/4 L 62-75 Miami (Ohio) j 12/13 L 42-74 DePaul 12/16 L 50-66 at Maine

12/19 L 12/21 L 12/29 W 1/2 L 1/6 W 1/9 W 1/12 L 1/16 L 1/20 W 1/23 L 1/26 L 1/30 L 2/3 L 2/6 L 2/10 L 2/13 L 2/17 L 2/20 L 2/27 L 3/2 W 3/3 L

55-86 53-64 76-73 49-114 58-55 53-52 60-74 53-77 50-44 65-82 62-63 31-70 52-84 57-64 58-87 35-61 67-76 34-66 46-70 68-59 39-72

at Boston College Creighton at Loyola (Ill.) at Penn State Michigan State Iowa Wisconsin at Indiana at Minnesota Illinois Indiana at Purdue at Michigan State Purdue at Illinois at Ohio State Minnesota (OT) Penn State Michigan Iowa o Michigan o

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2000-01 Head Coach: June Olkowski Overall Record: 4-23 Big Ten: 0-16 (11th) 11/20 W 77-63 at Northern Illinois 11/24 W 56-48 Miami (Fla.) 11/27 L 59-78 Drake 12/1 W 77-71 Penn (OT)j 12/2 L 74-84 UNLVj 12/10 L 58-88 at Creighton 12/12 L 66-91 at DePaul 12/15 L 77-91 at Long Beach State 12/17 L 59-72 at UC-Santa Barbara 12/21 W 86-74 Eastern Illinois 12/28 L 61-95 at Iowa 1/4 L 54-92 at Penn State 1/7 L 61-66 Ohio State 1/9 L 65-88 Illinois 1/14 L 37-94 at Purdue 1/18 L 41-83 Michigan 1/21 L 47-79 at Minnesota 1/25 L 52-92 Iowa

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59-74 35-70 62-65 45-65 54-70 68-77 41-61 52-69 60-75

at Michigan at Wisconsin Penn State at Illinois Wisconsin Michigan State at Ohio State Indiana vs. Illinois 8

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2001-02 Head Coach: June Olkowski Overall Record: 4-24 Big Ten: 0-16 (11th) 11/18 L 68-63 Northern Illinois 11/21 L 86-69 at Miami (Fla.) 11/23 L 71-53 at Fla. Internationalj 11/24 L 58-53 vs. Monmouth j 11/27 L 67-50 DePaul 11/30 W 61-42 Hofstra 8 12/01 L 67-58 Houston 8 12/5 W 66-58 Denver 12/8 L 71-61 Iowa State 12/16 W 68-44 at Eastern Illinois 12/18 W 54-39 Long Beach State 12/22 L 74-47 Iowa 12/30 L 68-53 at Illinois 1/3 L 77-65 Purdue 1/6 L 77-51 at Ohio State 1/10 L 82-68 at Iowa 1/13 L 70-65 Wisconsin 1/20 L 87-73 Illinois 1/24 L 84-49 at Penn State 1/27 L 75-58 at Michigan State 1/31 L 77-47 Penn State 2/3 L 74-67 at Michigan 2/10 L 86-78 Minnesota 2/14 L 80-47 at Wisconsin 2/17 L 87-69 Ohio State 2/21 L 63-59 Michigan 2/24 L 74-52 at Indiana 2/28 L 60-58 vs. Wisconsin v j FIU Thanksgiving Classic 8 Roger L. White Invitational v Big Ten Postseason Tournament

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2002-03 Head Coach: June Olkowski Overall Record: 8-20 Big Ten: 3-16 (t10th) 11/22 L 53-58 Ilinois-Chicago 11/24 L 35-68 at Drake 11/30 W 68-65 vs. Richmond j 12/01 L 50-62 at Rutgers 12/06 W 54-44 Yale 8 12/07 W 57-43 Alabama-Birmingham 8 12/14 W 75-62 Southern Illinois 12/17 L 49-56 Dayton 12/20 W 76-66 vs. Morehead St. v 12/21 L 53-66 at Denver v 12/31 L 49-82 at Ohio State 1/2 W 52-46 Michigan State 1/4 L 51-70 at DePaul 1/9 L 52-62 at Indiana 1/12 L 63-79 Penn State 1/16 L 60-72 at Iowa 1/19 L 42-63 Ohio State 1/23 L 50-65 at Michigan 1/26 L 50-76 Purdue 1/30 L 49-66 Wisconsin 2/2 L 56-67 at Minnesota 2/6 L 56-74 at Purdue 2/9 W 67-38 Michigan 2/13 L 61-64 Minnesota 2/20 W 50-46 Indiana 2/27 L 58-60 at Illinois 3/2 L 43-75 at Michigan State 3/6 L 58-70 vs. Iowa • j Rutgers Coca-Cola Classic 8 Roger L. White Invitational v Denver Classic • Big Ten Postseason Tournament

2003-04 Head Coach: June Olkowski Overall Record: 8-20 Big Ten: 1-16 (11th) 11/21 W 59-41 Creighton 11/23 L 60-67 at Kentucky 11/26 W 49-47 at Dayton 12/1 L 57-82 DePaul 12/5 W 56-52 Drexel j 12/6 L 61-70 Eastern Michigan j 12/16 W 60-57 West Virginia 12/18 W 78-77 at UIC (3OT) 12/20 W 56-41 at Southern Illinois 12/28 L 45-63 at Loyola Marymount 8 12/29 W 58-45 vs. Hampton 8 1/4 L 43-62 Michigan 1/8 L 40-72 Minnesota 1/11 L 35-77 Ohio State 1/15 L 41-71 at Purdue 1/18 L 55-58 at Indiana (OT) 1/22 L 57-67 Michigan St. (OT) 1/25 L 53-69 at Wisconsin 1/29 L 61-76 Iowa 2/1 L 51-64 at Penn State 2/5 L 52-76 Illinois 2/8 L 46-70 at Michigan State 2/12 W 48-36 Indiana 2/15 L 45-80 Purdue 2/19 L 46-57 at Ohio State 2/22 L 46-73 at Minnesota 2/26 L 55-73 at Michigan 3/4 L 47-68 vs. Minnesota v j Roger L. White Invitational 8 Marina del Rey Marriott Classic v Big Ten Postseason Tournament


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2004-05 Head Coach: Beth Combs Overall Record: 5-25 Big Ten: 2-14 (10th) 11/19 L 77-65 at Creighton 11/22 L 89-55 at West Virginia 11/24 W 64-60 Western Michigan 11/27 L 118-49 at DePaul 12/1 L 70-63 Kentucky 12/3 L 78-56 Houston v 12/5 L 76-55 Virginia v 12/14 L 71-64 at UW-Milwaukee 12/16 L 68-55 at Florida International 12/20 W 66-58 Northern Iowa • 12/21 L 72-64 Charlotte • 12/22 W 69-66 Towson • 12/30 L 62-44 at Minnesota 1/2 L 62-60 Wisconsin 1/6 W 66-59 Michigan 1/9 L 65-73 Illinois 1/13 L 53-42 at Indiana 1/16 L 81-76 at Iowa 1/23 L 71-59 at Ohio State 1/27 W 59-48 Penn State 1/30 L 68-65 Purdue 2/3 L 101-40 at Michigan State 2/10 L 60-40 Iowa 2/13 L 54-53 Indiana 2/16 L 68-33 at Illinois 2/20 L 83-56 at Penn State 2/23 L 70-63 at Wisconsin 2/27 L 70-62 Minnesota 3/3 L 66-43 Illinois 8

2006-07 Head Coach: Beth Combs Overall Record: 8-22 Big Ten: 2-14 (11th) 11/10 W 64-46 Valparaiso 11/12 W 78-60 at Loyola (Chicago) 11/17 W 80-51 at Miami (Ohio) 11/24 L 80-51 vs. Mississippi 8 11/25 W 59-34 vs. Gardner-Webb 8 11/29 W 72-57 Illinois-Chicago 12/1 W 67-53 Princeton j 12/2 L 70-54 Northern Illinois j 12/10 L 78-59 Missouri 12/13 L 74-66 at DePaul 12/16 L 73-58 at Nebraska 12/18 L 82-68 Georgia Tech 12/20 L 80-69 at Utah 12/28 L 93-72 at Wisconsin 1/4 L 85-53 at Penn State 1/7 L 63-61 Iowa 1/11 L 65-63 Minnesota 1/14 L 70-42 at Ohio State 1/18 L 73-41 Purdue 1/21 L 74-50 Wisconsin 1/25 L 72-30 at Purdue 1/28 L 77-49 at Illinois 2/1 L 66-42 Ohio State 2/8 L 55-48 at Michigan State 2/11 W 64-61 Penn State 2/15 L 68-63 at Michigan State 2/18 W 63-54 Michigan 2/22 L 83-59 at Indiana 3/1 L 60-43 vs. Minnesota v

• San Juan Shootout v Roger L. White Invitational 8 Big Ten Postseason Tournament

8 Junkanoo Jam, Freeport, Bahamas j Roger L. White Invitational v Big Ten Postseason Tournament

2005-06 Head Coach: Beth Combs Overall Record: 6-22 Big Ten: 2-14 (10th) 11/19 W 93-77 Creighton 11/22 L 87-64 at Missouri 11/26 W 81-78 Illinois-Chicago 11/30 L 57-51 at Valparaiso 12/2 W 79-73 Miami (Ohio)j 12/3 L 95-53 St. John’s j 12/10 L 80-50 Nebraska 12/14 L 90-72 Western Michigan 12/17 W 77-60 Saint Mary’s 12/22 L 78-58 DePaul 12/29 L 69-54 Minnesota 8 1/1 L 74-45 at Wisconsin 1/5 L 82-54 Ohio State 1/8 L 64-55 at Illinois 1/12 L 69-56 Indiana 1/15 L 80-48 Iowa 1/18 L 81-73 UW Milwaukee 1/22 L 91-48 Penn State 1/26 W 77-57 at Michigan 1/29 L 71-63 at Purdue 2/2 L 79-59 Michigan State 2/5 W 58-56 Wisconsin 2/9 L 76-61 at Iowa 2/12 L 60-46 at Indiana 2/16 L 60-59 Illinois 2/23 L 72-64 at Penn State 2/26 L 70-33 at Minnesota 3/2 L 60-49 vs. Illinois v

2007-08 Head Coach: Beth Combs Overall Record: 5-26 Big Ten: 1-17(11th) 11/9 W 76-70 (OT) vs. Dayton 3 11/10 L 64-61 vs. W. Michigan 3 11/11 L 67-38 at New Mexico 3 11/14 L 53-45 at Illinois-Chicago 11/21 L 55-46 at Georgia Tech 11/25 W 63-47 Loyola (Chicago) 11/28 L 45-60 Wake Forest2 11/30 W 52-48 Central Michigan 7 12/1 L 73-66 Boston College 7 12/6 L 66-51 Seton Hall 12/17 W 65-63 at Marquette 12/20 L 102-64 DePaul 12/27 L 58-44 Illinois 12/31 L 84-53 Indiana 1/6 L 54-42 at Michigan 1/10 L 72-53 at Penn State 1/13 L 77-55 Ohio State 1/17 L 74-62 Michigan State 1/20 L 52-38 at Purdue 1/27 L 75-45 at Wisconsin 1/31 L 70-55 Iowa 2/3 L 62-53 Purdue 2/7 L 74-58 at Indiana 2/10 L 68-48 at Minnesota 2/14 L 47-40 Michigan 2/18 L 79-65 Wisconsin 2/21 L 65-40 at Michigan State 2/24 W 70-58 Penn State 2/28 L 68-42 at Iowa 3/2 L 74-50 at Ohio State 3/6 L 74-52 vs. Indiana 9

j Roger L. White Invitational 8 Played at Loyola-Chicago v Big Ten Postseason Tournament

2 Big Ten/ACC Challenge 3 WSF Classic, Albuquerque, N.M. 7 Roger and Mildred White Invitational, Evanston, Ill. 9 Big Ten Tournament, Indianapolis, Ind.

First-year Head Coach Joe McKeown and his staff (from left) Tennille Adams, Daniel Prince, McKeown and Ali Jaques guided the 2008-09 squad to the most Conference wins since the 2002-03 season. 2008-09 Head Coach: Joe McKeown Overall Record: 7-23 Big Ten: 3-15 (10th) 11/9 L 76-69 at Chicago State 11/17 L 57-52 Kansas State 11/20 W 68-60 Houston Baptist 11/23 L 60-44 at Arkansas 11/29 W 71-54 Western Illinois 7 11/30 L 69-63 Missouri 7 12/2 L 55-54 Marquette 12/4 L 78-75 (OT) at Clemson 3 12/14 L 60-51 at DePaul 12/16 W 68-62 Texas Southern 12/20 L 81-57 at Indiana 12/22 W 67-65 North Dakota 12/28 L 66-54 at Michigan 12/31 L 68-59 Ohio State 1/4 W 49-46 Wisconsin 1/8 L 64-52 at Michigan State 1/11 L 67-57 (OT) Purdue 1/18 L 74-46 at Iowa 1/22 L 74-54 Michigan State 1/25 L 43-40 at Minnesota 1/29 L 45-44 Illinois 2/1 L 70-44 at Purdue 2/5 W 60-57 Michigan 2/12 L 60-46 at Illinois 2/15 L 81-55 at Ohio State 2/19 L 85-67 Indiana 2/23 W 62-53 Minnesota 2/26 L 65-50 at Penn State 3/1 L 86-79 Iowa 3/5 L 60-51 Wisconsin 9 7 Roger and Mildred White Invitational, Evanston, Ill. 3 Big Ten/ACC Challenge 9 Big Ten Tournament, Indianapolis, Ind.

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media information Credentials Season and single-game credential requests for Northwestern women’s basketball must be made in writing on department letterhead. Season requests for the 2009-10 season must be made by Thursday, Nov. 12, 2009. Media members must submit individual game credential requests at least seven days prior to the game. Please address all credential requests to:

Julie Dunn Athletic Communications 1501 Central Street Evanston, IL 60208-3630 Phone: 847/467-3746 Fax: 847/491-8818 Email: julie-dunn@northwestern.edu

Due to limited courtside space, outlets (except television and radio stations originating live broadcasts of the game) are limited to two seats depending on circulation area and size of press row. Credentials will be mailed if time permits. Otherwise they will be left at Will Call, which is located at the west ticket office in the main lobby of Welsh-Ryan Arena (left as you enter the arena). No phone requests will be accepted. Admission to press row will be granted only upon presentation of valid credentials. Online Service Coverage Regulations Credentials will be granted only to recognized subscription on-line services or to on-line services of accredited media outlets. No credentials will be issued to on-line services that have a direct link to gambling sites. Reports shall not purport to be exclusive, live, play-by-play, or official coverage. Reports and scoring updates shall be used solely in connection with the on-line service’s regular college basketball coverage, and will be allowed no more than two times per hour. Audio transmissions may not exceed two minutes in length and there may be no more than two audio

Mike Wolf

Assistant A.D. for Athletic Communications

rand champion Assistant Director

julie dunn

nick brilowski

SCOTT HAMMER

ROB COONS

Associate Director/ Publications Coordinator/ WBK Contact

Assistant Director

reports per hour. No video transmissions of the game will be permitted. NUsports.com The latest game notes on the Northwestern women’s basketball team will be available via the Internet at NUsports.com. Information on the Big Ten Conference is available via the Internet at www.bigten.org. Road Game Credentials Requests for credentials to Northwestern road games should be made through the media services department of the host school. Names and phone numbers can be found in the Opponents section of this media guide (p. 90-91).

Associate Director

Director of New Media/ Big Ten Network Liaison

doug meffley Associate Director

jocelyn serranilla

Program Assistant

Photography Policies Credentials for either still photographers or television crews will only be issued to persons on assignment from a publication or station. No credentials will be issued to freelance photographers. Camera persons may shoot only from designated areas on the baselines. No photographers will be allowed along the sides of the playing court or in the seating areas of the arena. Northwestern University follows all NCAA and Big Ten guidelines regarding photography policies. Parking Parking credentials will be provided only upon request and will not be left at Will Call. In order to receive parking via mail, passes must be requested two weeks prior to game day. Parking passes also may be picked up at the media services office prior to game day. Press parking is located in the West Lot, near the corner of Ashland and Isabella streets. The entrance to the parking area is on Ashland Street, immediately west and across the street from Ryan Field. Please note that a press row credential is not valid for admission to the media parking lot. Pro Scouting Passes Big Ten Conference rules prohibit the issuing of press credentials to individuals representing a professional team. Scouts are required to purchase tickets and should fax their ticket requests on team letterhead to Mark Wesoloski, director of ticket operations, at 847/491-4659. Please include your Visa or Mastercard number and a daytime phone number.

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Practice Sessions Practices are CLOSED on a daily basis. In order that the Northwestern Athletic Communications Department may be of better service, me-

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MEDIA INFORMATION Northwestern Directory Media Services Office.......................... 847-491-7503 Media Services FAX............................ 847-491-8818 Ryan Field Press Box.......................... 847-491-8835

dia members should call ahead to confirm practice time, player and coach interview availability, and media access. In-Season Interviews Interviews with Northwestern players and coaches are available to the media upon request throughout the season. To arrange an interview, please contact Julie Dunn at (847)4917503. Please place your request at least 48 hours in advance. On most days, interviews may also be conducted BEFORE practice at Welsh-Ryan Arena. Player home telephone numbers will not be made available to media members, and they have been instructed not to conduct interviews when contacted without prior approval from the media services office.

Telephones Media outlets requiring telephones should order their own lines through Northwestern’s Media Services Office. Please contact Jocelyn Serranilla at 847-491-7503. Northwestern will provide one telephone on press row for collect or credit card calls only. This phone is available on a first-come, firstserved basis, but may not be used as a personal line nor can you transmit from those lines during halftime. Media outlets requiring immediate access to a phone line are encouraged to order their own line. Pregame Information Welsh-Ryan Arena will be open approximately two hours prior to tipoff. Media information will be located on press row in Welsh-Ryan Arena.

Postgame Procedures Following a mandatory10minute cooling off period, the visiting coach will address the media followed by Coach McKeown. The Northwestern locker room is closed to the media. Requests for Wildcat player interviews should be made to Julie Dunn prior to the end of the game. Requested NU players will be made available following Coach McKeown’s remarks.

Mike Wolf....................Asst. A.D. for Media Services Cell.............................................. 847-833-3095 Work........................................... 847-467-2028 E-mail........................mwolf@northwestern.edu Doug Meffley................................ Assistant Director Cell.............................................. 847-833-2471 Work........................................... 847-491-3688 E-mail.................. d-meffley@northwestern.edu Nick Brilowski............................. Associate Director Cell.............................................. 847-239-4127 E-mail................... brilowski@northwestern.edu Julie Dunn................Assistant Director/Publications Cell.............................................. 847-815-2859 E-mail................. julie-dunn@northwestern.edu Rand Champion........................... Assistant Director Cell.............................................. 847-833-3220 E-mail................. champion@northwestern.edu Dan Platt.............................Big Ten Network Liaison Cell.............................................. 516-972-6257 E-mail.....................d-platt2@northwestern.edu Jocelyn Serranilla.............................. 847-491-7503 Program Assistant/Credentials E-mail: ............... serranilla@northwestern.edu Football Office..................................... 847-491-7274 Football FAX........................................ 847-491-5531 Athletic Department............................. 847-491-8880 Ticket Office........................................847-491-CATS

big ten teleconference This season, the conference’s head coaches will be available to all media via three Big Ten teleconferences. These calls will be held on the following Tuesdays: January 5 February 2 March 2 Beginning at 9 a.m. Central, each coach will be on the call for approximately eight minutes to answer questions. More information on the Teleconference will be available at the beginning of the basketball season. You can also contact the Big Ten Conference office at 847/696-1010.

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TRAVEL INFORMATION directions to welsh-ryan arena

the ’cats on the road

From the North: Take I-94 (Edens Expressway) East. Exit on Skokie Blvd. and turn left at stop light at Lake Ave. Go east on Lake to Green Bay Road. Turn right and proceed south to Central Street. Turn left and go east approximately one-half mile to Ryan Field.

Toledo, Nov. 13 Crowne Plaza Toledo 444 N. Summit St.  Toledo, OH 43604 (888) 444-0401

Iowa, Jan. 24 Marriott - Coralville 300 East 9th St. Coralville, Iowa 52241 (319) 688-4000

From Chicago: Take either Lake Shore Drive or I-90/94 (Kennedy Expressway). If you go the Lake Shore Drive route, follow LSD until it ends and merges with Sheridan Road. Take Sheridan north through Evanston (follow the signs as Sheridan winds through south Evanston). Turn left on Central Street, just north of the main campus. Go west approximately one mile to Ryan Field. If you take the expressway, stay on the Kennedy until I-90 and 94 split. Take I-94 West (Edens Expressway) toward Milwaukee. Exit on Old Orchard Road and proceed east. Turn left on Gross Point Road and then turn right at the next light which is Central Street. Proceed approximately two miles to Ryan Field.

Kansas State, Dec. 13 Holiday Inn at the Campus 1641 Anderson Ave Manhattan, KS 66502 (877) 863-4780

Wisconsin, Jan. 31 Hilton Madison Monona Terrace 9 East Wilson Street Madison, WI 53703 (608) 255-5100

Michigan, Dec. 28 Marriott Hotel Ann Arbor Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest 1275 S. Huron Street Ypsilanti, MI 48197 (734) 487-2000

Illinois, Feb. 11 I Hotel and Conference Center 1900 South First Street Champaign, IL 61820 (217) 819-5000

From O’Hare International Airport: Exit the airport and take I-294 North. Exit on Dempster Street to the right and proceed east nearly eight miles until you reach McCormick Boulevard. Turn left and proceed 1.7 miles to Green Bay Road. Turn left and take a right at the second stop light (Central Street) to Ryan Field. (Ryan Field is onethird mile east of Green Bay Road.)

Minnesota, Jan. 7 Marriott Minneapolis City Center 30 South 7th Street Minneapolis, MN 55402 (612) 349-4000

welsh-ryan seating chart

Purdue, Jan. 10 Hilton Garden Inn West Lafayette/Wabash Landing 356 East State Street West Lafayette, IN 47906 (765) 743-2100

Michigan State, Feb. 14 Marriott East Lansing at University Place 300 MAC Avenue East Lansing, MI 48823 (517) 337-4440 Ohio State, Feb. 25 Hyatt on Capitol Square 75 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215 (614) 228-1234

Indiana, Jan. 21 Radisson Hotel 1710 North Kinser Pike Bloomington, IN 47404 (812) 334-3252

RECOMMENDED CHICAGOLAND HOTELS Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center Chicago—North Shore 9599 Skokie Boulevard Skokie, Ill. 60077 847-329-4324 www.skokieillinoishotel.com Hilton Garden Inn Evanston 1818 Maple Avenue Evanston, Ill. 60201 847-475-6400 evanston.hgi.com Comfort Inn North Shore—Skokie 9333 Skokie Blvd. Skokie, Ill. 60077 847-679-4200

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Sheraton Northbrook 1110 Willow Road Northbrook, Ill. 60062 847-480-1900

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Wyndham Glenview Suites 1400 N. Milwaukee Ave. Glenview, Ill. 60025 847-803-9800 www.wyndhamglenview.com Hotel Orrington 1710 Orrington Avenue Evanston, Ill. hotelorrington.com info@hotelorrington.com 847-867-8700 Embassy Suites 1445 Lake Cook Rd. Deerfield, IL 60015 847-945-4500 www.embassysuites.com


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2009–10 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER

ROBERT MORRIS (exhibition) at Toledo SIU-EDWARDSVILLE IPFW DePAUL Doubletree White Invitational COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON PENN

DECEMBER 3 6 13 17 19 22 28 31

CLEMSON ✦ PURDUE ✱ at Kansas State ARKANSAS CHICAGO STATE LOYOLA (CHICAGO) at Michigan ✱ OHIO STATE ✱

Evanston, Ill. Toledo, Ohio Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill.

2 p.m. 6 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 4 p.m.

Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Manhattan, Kan. Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Ann Arbor, Mich. Evanston, Ill.

7 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. Noon 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m.

PENN STATE ✱ at Minnesota ✱ at Purdue ✱ MINNESOTA ✱ at Indiana ✱ at Iowa ✱

3 7 10 17 21 24 28 MICHIGAN STATE ✱ 31 at Wisconsin ✱

FEBRUARY 4 11 14 18 21 25 28

MICHIGAN ✱ at Illinois ✱ at Michigan State ✱ INDIANA ✱ IOWA ✱ at Ohio State ✱ ILLINOIS ✱

MARCH

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Evanston, Ill. Minneapolis, Minn. West Lafayette, Ind. Evanston, Ill. Bloomington, Ind. Iowa City, Iowa Evanston, Ill. Madison, Wis.

Evanston, Ill. 7 p.m. Champaign, Ill. 7 p.m. East Lansing, Mich. 1:30 p.m. Evanston, Ill. 7 p.m. Evanston, Ill. 1 p.m. Columbus, Ohio 5:30 or 6 p.m. Evanston, Ill. 1 or 3 p.m.

Indianapolis, Ind.

Home games in BOLD CAPS and played at Welsh-Ryan Arena • ✦ ACC/Big Ten Challenge • ✱ Big Ten Conference games • All times Central and subject to change

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