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RETURNING PLAYERS AS A JUNIOR • 2008-09 Injuries plagued her junior season, as Lilley missed a total of eight games during the year...despite missing time, finished second on the team averaging 10.0 points while adding 2.8 rebounds per game...started all 22 games she appeared in, and led the Ducks with 70 assists...split time at point guard and shooting guard with Micaela Cocks, and in Pac10 games averaged 11.8 points, 2.6 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game... despite missing eight games, led the Ducks in scoring 11 times (30 career), and reached double figures on 11 occasions (41 career)...also led UO in assists 15 times (24 career)...reached the 20-point plateau four times during the year (14 career)...her season highlights included leading Oregon with 21 points (8-of-13), five assists, and a career-high tying four steals and two blocks in a 73-56 victory at UCLA (01.04)...in wins at Washington (01.15) and Washington State (01.17), averaged 22.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game, including season highs with 24 points and seven assists in the 75-55 win over the Huskies... also led the Ducks with 20 points and five assists in an 81-71 loss to then 7th-ranked Baylor (12.20)...missed the first six games of the season with shin problems...missed games at Arizona (02.07) and vs. Washington State (02.12) after suffering a concussion at Arizona State (02.05).

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LILLEY Guard • 5-6 • Senior • 3V Newhall, Calif. Hart HS

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 27 at UC Santa Barbara (11.17.06) REBOUNDS 7 vs. Arizona (01.05.08) ASSISTS 7, 2x, last at Washington (01.15.09) BLOCKS 2, 3x, last vs. Washington (02.14.09) STEALS 4, 5x, last at Washington (01.15.09) FG MADE 10, 2x, last vs. #24 Arizona St. (01.03.08) FG ATTEMPTED 18 at Oregon State (12.29.07) 3-POINT FG MADE 6 vs. Tulsa (12.19.07) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 13 vs. UCLA (02.23.08) FREE THROWS MADE 7 at Washington (01.15.09) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 10 at Washington (01.15.09) TURNOVERS 7, 2x, last vs. Washington (02.14.09)

AS A SOPHOMORE • 2007-08 Known for her three-point shooting, Lilley elevated her play during her sophomore season, becoming Oregon’s go-to scorer and 07-08 Most Valuable Player...was named to the Pac-10 Third Team after leading Oregon in scoring, averaging 12.7 points per game...also second on the team with 70 assists...was also one of six players named to the Pac-10 All-Tournament Team, after averaging 22.0 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game in two contests...in those games, she also shot .533 (16-30) from the floor, knocked down six three-pointers and was a perfect 6-for-6 from the free-throw line...led the Pac-10 averaging 2.39 threepointers per game and totaling 74 on the year, a mark that ranks second in Oregon single-season history...finished the season leading Oregon in scoring on 15 occasions (19 career)...also reached double figures 20 times (30 career) and eclipsed the 20-point plateau a team-leading eight times...during a six-game stretch midway through the year from Dec. 18 - Jan. 10, averaged 17.7 points and 3.8 rebounds per game, while shooting .506 (40-79) from the floor...her season highs included two 24-point performances...one on Dec. 19 at the Caribbean Classic during a 67-56 win over Tulsa...also ended the season scoring 24 points during a 6760 loss to 10th-ranked Cal in the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 Tournament..... other season highlights included scoring a game-high 19 points (6-of-8), and knocking down four 3-pointers in season-opening win over San Jose State (11/10)...led Oregon with 17 points and three assists, and scored the game winner with 58 seconds left in 57-56 win over Marquette (11/20)... led Oregon with 21 points on 9-18 shooting, including three 3-pointers and the last two field goals in a 76-72 win at Oregon State (12/29)...scored

CAREER ACCOLADES: 2008-09: Pac-10 Honorable Mention. 2007-08: Pac-10 Third Team, Pac-10 All-Tournament Team, Team MVP, Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2006-07: Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention. IN THE RECORD BOOKS: • Lilley’s 146 career three-pointers rank fourth all-time in Oregon history. • Lilley’s 74 three-pointers from the 2007-08 season rank second in Oregon single-season history. • Set a new Oregon single-season record attempting 214 three-pointers during the 2007-08 season. • Led the Pac-10 and set a new Oregon single-season record shooting 50.6 percent (39-77) from three-point range during the 2006-07 season. OTHER NUMBERS Career 20+ Points: 14

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RETURNING PLAYERS a game-high 20 points on 8-of-16 shooting, knocking down four 3-pointers and clinching the game with a steal in a 66-64 win over Washington (1/19)...led the Ducks with 20 points and 5 assists in 70-67 win at Washington State (2/17).

victory over UC Santa Barbara (3/17), scored 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting with four rebounds and three assists...in a 64-62 loss to Wyoming (3/22) in the third round, scored 11 points, drained three treys and added two steals.

AS A FRESHMAN • 2006-07 During her first collegiate season averaged 8.3 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game and received Pac-10 All-Freshman Team honorable mention accolades...the Ducks’ most accurate shooter, she led the team with a .479 (70-of-146) field goal percentage...from long range shot a blistering .506 (39-of-77), to lead the Pac-10 ...also averaged a team-best 1.6 three-pointers per game...eight times during the season scored in double figures – six times against Pac-10 opponents...in conference action averaged 7.5 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game... in her first collegiate game led Oregon to an 85-77 victory at UC Santa Barbara (11/17) scoring a career best and game-high 27 points on 10-of-14 shooting in 28 minutes off the bench...in that game shot 5-of-8 from behind the arc and added two assists...in her second game again reached double figures and led the team in scoring with 14 points, while adding six rebounds in a 44-33 victory at Long Beach State (11/19)...forced her way into the starting lineup for the following three games before a broken left hand forced her to miss six games and a month of the season from Nov. 30 - Dec. 30...made her return to the floor against BYU (12/30) and scored eight points on 2-of-3 three-point shooting in a 70-61 victory...scored a game-high 20 points, shooting 7-of12 from the floor, knocking down three treys and adding three steals in a 80-70 loss to No. 11 Arizona State (1/13)...against another top-25 opponent, scored 10 points (4-of-5) during a 6242 victory over 22nd-ranked California (2/15)...scored 11 points and sunk three outside shots while adding five rebounds in a 73-63 victory over USC (2/3)...in the WNIT second-round 70-54

BEFORE OREGON Lettered three years at Hart High following her freshman season at Saugus High...made 275-of-624 three-point attempts (.441) during her career, the second highest percentage nationally among players with at least 400 attempts...made 49.7% of 1,375 total field goal attempts over four years ...tied the California State record for long range accuracy as a senior, hitting 119-of-238 (.500) from beyond the arc, and recorded the seventh-highest percentage of any shooter with 100 attempts in the National High School Record Book...senior accolades included Cal-Hi Sports’ girls’ basketball All-State second team, CIFSouthern Section Division I-A Player of the Year, Foothill League Most Valuable Player, The (Los Angeles) Times’ girls basketball Player of the Year and The Signal Player of the Year while leading her school to its first Southern Section Division I-A championship since 1990...averaged 18.8 points, 2.7 assists and 3.2 steals as a senior, leading Hart to a 28-5 mark...was one of the most prolific three-point shooters in the history of California girls’ high school basketball...played club basketball for nationally ranked Cal Swish, an AAU team based in Orange County...she first came to Eugene on an unofficial visit during 2004, traveling to the UO campus on an off day while participating at Oregon City’s End of the Trail tournament. PERSONAL Born Taylor Paige Lilley on Feb. 29, 1988, in Van Nuys, Calif. ...mother is Deborah Lilley...has an older sister, Erika ... majoring in Business Administration.

GETTING TO KNOW TAY Favorite Midnight Snack PB & J’s Superstitions MAKE A 3-POINTER WITH MIC AFTER PRACTICE TO SAY BYE TO THE GODS OF BASKETBALL Best and worst roommate on the road WORST IS JAZZ BECAUSE OF HER SNORING Ten years from now... I WILL BE A MOM AT THE PARK WITH MIC & HER 5 KIDS What is 1 of your teammates weirdest habits NICOLE PULLS OUT HER EYELASHES The greatest influence on my life MAMA LILLEY If I could trade places with another athlete AN ARTIST IN CIRQUE DU SOLEIL First Job WORKING AT DISNEYLAND Best class I’ve taken in college TAP DANCING Worst drill to run at practice JT DRILL Favorite Coach Saying DON’T PASS THAT, SHOOT IT! My ideal job after Oregon MAKEUP ARTIST My celebrity crush SHEMAR MOORE

LILLEY’S CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G FG 2006-07 24 3 22.8 70 2007-08 31 30 33.8 145 2008-09 22 22 30.5 84 Totals 77 55 29.4 299

FGA 146 350 200 696

PCT .479 .414 .420 .430

3FG 39 74 33 146

3FGA 77 214 105 396

PCT .506 .346 .314 .369

FT 19 31 20 70

FTA 26 37 29 92

PCT .731 .838 .690 .761

ORB 3 11 10 24

DRB 50 80 51 181

TOT 53 91 61 205

AVG 2.2 2.9 2.8 2.7

PF 35 61 51 147

FO A TO 0 29 34 1 70 75 2 70 70 3 169 179

BLK 6 5 8 19

ST 18 47 24 89

PTS 198 395 221 814

AVG 8.3 12.7 10.0 10.6

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2006-07 15 2007-08 18 2008-09 16 Totals 49

FGA 89 200 159 448

PCT .449 .415 .447 .433

3FG 23 44 27 94

3FGA 47 126 80 253

PCT .489 .349 .338 .372

FT 9 12 19 40

FTA 13 16 26 55

PCT .692 .750 .731 .727

ORB 0 4 7 11

DRB 30 51 35 116

TOT 30 55 42 127

AVG 2.0 3.1 2.6 2.6

PF 26 33 37 96

FO A TO 0 15 22 0 41 46 1 52 55 1 108 123

BLK 2 3 7 12

ST 13 26 21 60

PTS 112 222 188 522

AVG 7.5 12.3 11.8 10.7

FGA 1 30 1 32

PCT .000 .533 .000 .500

3FG 0 6 0 6

3FGA 1 14 1 16

PCT .000 .429 .000 .375

FT 0 6 0 6

FTA PCT 0 .000 6 1.000 0 .000 6 1.000

ORB 0 1 0 1

DRB 0 6 0 6

TOT 0 7 0 7

AVG 0.0 3.5 0.0 1.8

PF 2 4 1 7

FO 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 1 0 1

ST 1 5 0 6

PTS 0 44 0 44

AVG 0.0 22.0 0.0 11.0

GS MIN/G FG 0 21.5 40 18 34.2 83 16 33.9 71 34 30.2 194

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2006-07 1 0 17.0 2007-08 2 2 36.0 2008-09 1 1 7.0 Totals 4 3 24.0

FG 0 16 0 16

A 0 4 2 6

TO 1 4 1 6

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RETURNING PLAYERS AS A JUNIOR • 2008-09 Voted Oregon’s 2008-09 Most Valuable Player after starting all 30 games and leading the Ducks averaging 13.5 points per game...was also named to the Pac-10 Third Team and earned Pac-10 Academic Honorable Mention accolades...produced the best season of her career, leading the Ducks in points (404), three-pointers (68), free-throws made (74), three-point FG percentage (.393), free-throw percentage (.860) and minutes per game (36.9)...led the Pac-10 with 2.3 three-pointers per game...also finished in the conference top-10 of four additional categories; scoring (13.5 ppg; 9th), free-throw percentage (.860; 3rd); three-point field goal percentage (.393; 4th) and minutes played (36.9 mpg; 2nd)...reached double figures 21 times during the season and led Oregon in scoring on 11 occasions...reached the 20-point plateau five times during the year, scoring 22 points in a 69-68 season-opening win at San Jose State (11.15), as well as a career-high 25 points in a 7671 victory vs. Pacific (11.18)...scored a game-high 22 points shooting 6-of-7 from three-point range in a 64-55 win over Portland (01.26); her six three-pointers were a new career best, and the 6-of-7 mark ties for the third best single-game threepoint performance in program history...led the Ducks with 20 points at South Dakota State (11.23) and scored a game-high 20 in loss to UCLA (03.05), setting a new career high by knocking down nine free throws shooting a flawless 9-for-9 from the line (ties for 9th in Oregon single-game history)...scored 18

CAREER HIGHS

FREE THROWS MADE 9 vs. UCLA (03.05.09) FREE THROW ATTEMPTED 11 vs. Pacific (11.18.09) TURNOVERS 8 at Arizona State (02.05.09)

AS A SOPHOMORE • 2007-08 One of Oregon’s top offensive threats at the guard position, Cocks ended her second season with the Ducks averaging 6.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game...played in 30 games, averaging 26.3 minutes...was also third on the team with 36 three-pointers on the year...her .367 three-point shooting percentage ranked sixth in the Pac-10...Oregon’s sixth man, Cocks also received some time in the starting lineup as the Ducks’ point guard for 13 consecutive games from Dec. 12 - Feb. 2...finished the season with eight double figure scoring games...her season highlights included receiving her second career start in a 66-45 win over Long Beach State, playing 31 minutes and scoring 11 points while dishing three assists...got her first of 13 straight starts at the point guard spot vs. South Florida on Dec. 18 at the Caribbean Classic...in the Pac-10

COCKS

ASSISTS 5 at UCLA (01.24.08) BLOCKS 1, 3x, last at Arizona (02.07.09) STEALS 4 at Marquette (12.17.08)

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 10, 2x, last at Arizona (02.07.09)

SUMMER 2008 Competed with the New Zealand Women’s National Team at the 2008 Summer Oylmpic in Beijing.

micaela

POINTS 25 vs. Pacific (11.18.08) REBOUNDS 9 at #9 California (01.10.08)

FG MADE 8, 2x, last vs. Portland (01.26.09) FG ATTEMPTED 16, 3x, last vs. Washington St. (02.12.09) 3-POINT FG MADE 6 vs. Portland (01.26.09)

points and shot a career best .750 (6-of-8) from the floor vs. 7th-ranked Baylor (12.20)...scored 17 points in a 73-56 win at UCLA on (01.04)...added 19 points in a 75-55 victory at Washington (01.15)...led Oregon with 19 points, shooting 4-of-5 from three-point range and 5-of-6 from the free-throw line in a 77-69 victory over the Huskies at Mac Court (02.14).

Guard • 5-8 • Senior • 3V Auckland, New Zealand NZ Academy of Sport

CAREER ACCOLADES 2008-09: Named to the Pac-10 Third Team...also named Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention...voted by her teammates as the year’s Most Valuable Player, and shared the team’s scholar-athlete award. 2007-08: Competed with the New Zealand national team in the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics...Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention. IN THE RECORD BOOKS • Currently her .855 (124-of-145) career free-throw percentage would set a new Oregon program record. • Has totaled 120 career three-pointers, ranking 7th in Oregon all-time history. • For her career, has shot .382 (120-of-314) from three-point range, tying for seventh all-time. • Her 68 three-pointers during the 2008-09 season rank fifth in Oregon single-season history. • Her .860 free-throw percentage (74-of-86) from 2008-09 ranks fourth in Oregon single-season history. OTHER NUMBERS Career 20+ Points: 5

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RETURNING PLAYERS opener, a 76-72 victory at Oregon State, scored 13 points, shooting 3-for-3 from behind the arc (12/29)...matched her season high with 13 points, while setting a new career high with nine rebounds in a 61-52 loss at #9 California (1/10)...shot 4-of-5 from three-point range off the bench, scoring 12 points in a 70-67 victory at Washington State (2/17)...had another good showing in the first round of the Pac-10 Tournament, scoring 13 points on 5-of-10 shooting in 66-45 victory over WSU (3/7)...the following day added nine points on 3-of-4 shooting from three-point range during a quarterfinal loss to #10 Cal (3/8). AS A FRESHMAN • 2006-07 Saw limited action her first collegiate season...played in all 31 games and made one start, averaging 15.3 minutes per game... averaged 3.4 points, 0.7 rebounds, and 1.1 assists per game...shot 43.4 percent (33-of-76) from the floor and 37.2 percent (16-of-43) from behind the three-point line...was nearly perfect from the freethrow line shooting 88.9 percent (24-of-27)...played in all 18 Pac-10 games, averaging 3.4 points...shot 21-of-44 (.477) from the floor and knocked 8-of-23 three-point attempts...scored a career-high 14 points in a 70-63 victory at Oregon State (1/28), adding one rebound and three assists...reached her first double-digit scoring game with 11 points during a 79-53 win over Saint Mary’s (11/30)...dished out a career high four assists during Oregon’s 70-54 victory over UC Santa Barbara (3/17) in the second round on the WNIT. INTERNATIONAL Member of the New Zealand national team, nicknamed the Tall Ferns, and a veteran of her country’s top women’s league, the WNBL. BEFORE OREGON Cocks graduated from Takapuna Grammar/Rangitoto College in December 2004 ..A product of the Basketball New Zealand High Performance program, she represented her country through all age groups, culminating in the Junior Tall Ferns...She was the Most Valuable Player at the 2004 NZ U20 championships and made her Tall Fern debut at the 2005 William Jones Cup tournament in Taiwan...played club basketball for the Auckland Basketball Team under head coach Aik Ho...team won the Women’s Conference Basketball League (WCBL) and she earned league MVP honors. PERSONAL Born Micaela Claire Cocks on May 2, 1986, at North Shore in Auckland, N.Z...parents are Lyal Cocks and Sue Gerrie...has two sisters, Vanessa and Sasha...majoring in Business Administration.

GETTING TO KNOW MIC Favorite athlete to watch in a another sport SHAUN WHITE Favorite spot on campus SWEET BASIL - THAI RESTAURANT TV show I most want to appear on AMAZING RACE Best and worst roommate on the road BEST: ANYBODY BUT JAZZ; WORST: JAZZ BECAUSE SHE SNORES Best advice I have ever received LIVE LIFE FULLY WHILE YOU’RE HERE. TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF & YOUR FRIENDS. HAVE FUN, BE CRAZY, BE WEIRD. Ten years from now I will be... A MUM AT THE PARK WITH TAY & HER 2 KIDS If I could trade places with another athlete JAMIE ANDERSON, #1 SNOWBOARDER If I could have any superpower it would be INVISIBLE First job PAPER DELIVERY GIRL Best class I have taken in college MATH 243 Worst drill to run at practice JT DRILL My bucket list PLAY A GAME OF ICE HOCKEY, BE IN A PLAY, FLY A JET PLANE

COCKS’ CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G FG 2006-07 31 1 15.3 33 2007-08 30 14 26.3 70 2008-09 30 30 36.9 131 Totals 91 45 26.0 234

FGA 76 187 341 604

PCT .434 .374 .384 .387

3FG 16 36 68 120

3FGA 43 98 173 314

PCT .372 .367 .393 .382

FT 24 26 74 124

FTA 27 32 86 145

PCT .889 .813 .860 .855

ORB 6 26 17 49

DRB 15 66 62 143

TOT 21 92 79 192

AVG 0.7 3.1 2.6 2.1

PF 41 42 57 140

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2006-07 18 2007-08 18 2008-09 18 Totals 54

FGA 44 96 190 290

PCT .477 .396 .368 .445

3FG 8 19 35 62

3FGA 23 52 93 168

PCT .348 .365 .376 .369

FT 12 17 40 69

FTA 13 20 45 78

PCT .923 .850 .889 .885

ORB 3 10 10 23

DRB 9 40 31 80

TOT 12 50 41 103

AVG 0.7 2.8 2.3 1.9

FGA 0 17 13 30

PCT .000 .471 .308 .200

3FG 0 6 1 7

3FGA 0 9 5 14

PCT .000 .667 .200 .500

FT 2 0 4 6

FTA PCT 2 1.000 0 .000 4 1.000 6 1.000

ORB 0 0 2 2

DRB 1 7 2 10

TOT 1 7 4 12

AVG 1.0 3.5 4.0 3.0

GS MIN/G FG 1 14.2 21 11 26.1 38 18 36.8 70 30 25.7 129

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2006-07 1 0 13.0 2007-08 2 0 28.0 2008-09 1 1 40.0 Totals 4 1 27.2

FG 0 8 4 12

FO A TO 0 33 37 0 38 68 1 44 106 1 115 211

BLK 0 1 2 3

ST 9 17 24 50

PTS 106 202 404 712

AVG 3.4 6.7 13.5 7.8

PF 26 26 32 84

FO 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 1 2 3

ST 5 13 16 34

PTS 62 112 215 389

AVG 3.4 6.2 11.9 7.2

PF 2 4 2 8

FO 0 0 0 0

BLK 0 0 0 0

ST 0 0 0 0

PTS 2 22 13 37

AVG 2.0 11.0 13.0 9.3

A TO 15 17 22 43 33 64 70 124 A 2 3 2 7

TO 2 4 6 12

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RETURNING PLAYERS

lindsey

SAFFOLD Guard/Forward • 5-10 Senior • 1V Tacoma, Wash. Delta CC

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 14 vs. Portland (01.26.09) REBOUNDS 9 vs. Portland (01.26.09) ASSISTS 2, 2x, last vs. Washington (02.14.09) BLOCKS 4 vs. Portland (01.26.09) STEALS 2 at South Dakota State (11.23.08) FG MADE 4, 2x, last vs. Arizona State (01.10.09) FG ATTEMPTED 13 vs. Montana (12.04.08) 3-POINT FG MADE 2 vs. Portland (01.26.09) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 3 vs. Pacific (11.18.08) FREE THROWS MADE 6 vs. Portland (01.26.09) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 8 vs. USC (03.07.09) TURNOVERS 4, 4x, last vs. Washington St. (02.12.09)

AS A JUNIOR • 2008-09 Playing in her first season at Oregon was a part-time starter, appearing in all 30 games and making 14 starts...averaged 3.6 points and 3.2 rebounds per game, while leading the team with 16 blocks...led the Ducks in rebounding on four occasions...received her first start of the season in a 51-45 victory over Wyoming (11.29), tying for the team lead with seven rebounds...also scored nine points and grabbed seven boards in loss to Montana (12.04)...led Oregon with eight rebounds, while also chipping in seven points off the bench during a 75-55 win over Washington (01.15)...had arguably

2009

her best game of the season, setting season highs in points (14), rebounds (9) and blocks (4), while shooting a flawless 6-for-6 from the free-throw line in a 64-55 victory over Portland (01.26). BEFORE OREGON Spent two seasons at Delta Community College in Stockton, Calif...during the 2007-08 season led the Mustangs to the Big 8 Conference championship and an Elite 8 berth in the state tournament...averaged 17.0 points and 9.5 rebounds per game and was named the Big 8 Conference MVP after

A tireless worker on the defensive end of the floor, Lindsey Saffold was voted by her teammates as the 2008-09 season’s Best Defensive Player. She became the first newcomer to earn the award since 2006, when freshman guard Tamika Nurse shared the honor with senior Kedzie Gunderson.

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RETURNING PLAYERS leading Delta to a 30-7 record (14-0 conference)...in 2008 was also named first team all-state by the California Community College Women’s Basketball Coaches Association... also won a Big 8 championship during the 2006-07 season.

Record...spent her first three high school years at Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Wash...earned team MVP honors as a junior (2005), after guiding the Abes to the Narrows League Championship.

HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Weston Ranch High School in Stockton, Calif...averaged 22.0 points and 15.0 rebounds per game during her senior season...was named first team all-Valley Oak Athletic League and first team all-area by the Stockton

PERSONAL Born July 21, 1988...father is Amos Saffold...has two sisters, Megan and Evan, and one brother, Amos...has one niece, E’lea, and two nephews Amos IV and Caiyu...major is Psychology.

GETTING TO KNOW LINDS Favorite athlete to watch in another sport KEN GRIFFEY JR. Favorite midnight snack PB &J’S Favorite spot on campus LOCKER ROOM TV show I would most want to appear on REAL WORLD BECAUSE I AM FUNNY & I WOULD MAKE THE RATINGS GO UP Best and worst roommate on the road BEST: OUR MANAGER CASSIE; WORST: JAZZ BECAUSE SHE SNORES REALLY LOUD Best advice I have ever received GIVE YOUR ALL IN EVERYTHING YOU DO I am ashamed to admit this, but I really like KETCHUP IN MY TOP RAMEN NOODLES Place I most want to visit ITALY The greatest influence on my life AMOS SAFFOLD Favorite coach saying BANGO Reason I picked my jersey number BECAUSE MY BROTHER & OLDER SISTERS WERE #45 IN HIGH SCHOOL & I LOOK UP TO THEM Best class I have taken in college TAP DANCE Worst drill to run at practice 2 1/2

SAFFOLD’S CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G 2008-09 30 14 19.2 Totals 30 14 19.2

FG 36 36

FGA 115 115

PCT .313 .313

3FG 6 6

3FGA 14 14

PCT .429 .429

FT 30 30

FTA 39 39

PCT .769 .769

ORB 36 36

DRB 61 61

TOT 97 97

AVG 3.2 3.2

PF 45 45

FO 0 0

A 10 10

TO 53 53

BLK 16 16

ST 10 10

PTS 108 108

AVG 3.6 3.6

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2008-09 18 Totals 18

GS MIN/G 8 19.6 8 19.6

FG 22 22

FGA 68 68

PCT .324 .324

3FG 3 3

3FGA 7 7

PCT .429 .429

FT 20 20

FTA 26 26

PCT .769 .769

ORB 18 18

DRB 36 36

TOT 54 54

AVG 3.0 3.0

PF 35 35

FO 0 0

A 7 7

TO 29 29

BLK 8 8

ST 6 6

PTS 67 67

AVG 3.7 3.7

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2008-09 1 1 28 Totals 1 1 28

FG 1 1

FGA 7 7

PCT .143 .143

3FG 0 0

3FGA 1 1

PCT .000 .000

FT 0 0

FTA 0 0

PCT .000 .000

ORB 2 2

DRB 2 2

TOT 4 4

AVG 4.0 4.0

PF 1 1

FO 0 0

A 0 0

TO 1 1

BLK 1 1

ST 0 0

PTS 2 2

AVG 2.0 2.0

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RETURNING PLAYERS

ellyce

IRONMONGER CAREERR HIGHS POINTS 18, 2x, last vs.. Tulsa (12.19.07) REBOUNDS 14 at Portland (12.02.07) ASSISTS 4 at Portland (12.02.07) 12.02.07) BLOCKS 3 vs. San Jose State (11.10.07) STEALS 2, 2x, last vs. Washington (01.15.09) FG MADE 8, 2x, last vs. Tulsa (12.19.07) FG ATTEMPTED 15 vs. Tulsa (12.19.07) 3-POINT FG MADE 1, 5x, last vs. UCLA (02.23.08) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 4 at #9 California (01.10.08) FREE THROWS MADE 4 at Marquette (12.17.08) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 6 at BYU (11.21.08) TURNOVERS 5, 3x, last at #7 Stanford (01.12.08)

Forward/Center • 6-4 • Junior • 2V Perth, Australia Australian Institute of Sport

AS A SOPHOMORE • 2008-09 Saw limited playing time during her sophomore campaign, coming off the bench in 27 games and averaging 7.5 minutes per contest...averaged 2.1 points and 1.3 rebounds per game...arguably her best effort of the season came in a 6052 loss to Montana (12.04), scoring six points and a gamehigh 10 rebounds, while dishing two assists...also scored six points and added three rebounds in a 68-55 win over Arizona (01.08)...contributed six points and five rebounds in a 75-55 victory at Washington (01.15). AS A FRESHMAN • 2007-08 One of Oregon’s four freshmen posts, started 17 games and played in all 31...finished her season averaging 6.5 points and 3.9 rebounds per game...scored in double figures nine times during the season...entered the starting lineup at New Mexico on Nov. 24, and started the next 17 consecutive games...during that stretch she was second on the squad, averaging 7.5 points per game, while shooting

2007

42.2 percent (57-135) from the field and averaging 4.8 rebounds per game...also during that stretch, Ironmonger posted back-to-back double-doubles; the first an 18-point, 14-rebound effort in a 78-74 loss at Portland (12/2) and the second a 17-point, 12-rebound (both game highs) effort during a 65-56 win over UC Santa Barbara at the Pape’ Jam (12/8)...other season highlights included scoring 12 points in her collegiate debut during a 67-32 victory over San Jose State (11/10)...scored 13 points and shot 5-of-7 from the floor in a 64-51 win over Coppin State (11/23)...matched her career high with 18 points (8-of-15), in a 67-56 win over Tulsa while also adding seven rebounds and three assists (12/19)...in the Pac-10 opener, scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds in a 76-72 victory at Oregon State (12/29). BEFORE OREGON Spent two years living, training and playing at the Australian Institute of Sport while completing her high school

Ellyce was named MVP of the 2007 Pape’ Jam after recording the second double-double of her career with game highs in points (17) and rebounds (12) during a 65-56 victory over UC Santa Barbara on Dec. 8, 2007 at The Rose Garden Arena.

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RETURNING PLAYERS education at Lake Ginninderra College...for seven years played for the Wanneroo Wolves...from 2002-05 played in the WABL garnering MVP honors in 2003 and 2004...after winning the 2004 WABL title, and scoring 34 points with 15 rebounds in the championship game, moved on to compete in the SBL. INTERNATIONAL Has represented Western Australia on Under-16, U18 and U20 teams and played in the National U20 Championships

early in 2007, averaging 11 points, six rebounds and two blocks in 25 minutes per game...in 2006 was one of only 12 young high school players to be offered a basketball scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). PERSONAL Born Sept.. 24, 1989...parents are John and Donna Ironmonger...has two sisters; Chloe (17) and Abbie (12) and one brother; Ben (12)...all three play basketball...majoring in Human Physiology and plans to become a doctor.

GETTING TO KNOW MUNGA Favorite midnight snack STRAWBERRIES & CHOCOLATE Favorite spot on campus MAC COURT Superstitions SOCKS BEFORE THE GAME - HAS TO BE 1 OF 2 PAIRS Best and worst roommate on the road WORST IS JAZZ BECAUSE OF HER SNORING Ten years from now I will be... A DOCTOR & LIVING IN AUSTRALIA The greatest influence on my life MY MUM If I could have any superpower it would be READING MINDS Best Class I have taken in college STRETCH & FLEX Reason I picked my jersey number I COULDN’T HAVE #7...#5 WAS THE NEXT BEST First Job WORKING AT DRIVE THRU MOVIES Favorite coach saying BANGO My Bucket List SEE 7 NATURAL WONDERS OF THE WORLD, RUN A MARATHON, GO SKY DIVING, SWIM WITH SHARKS, SEE THE PYRAMIDS OF GIZA, GO ON A CRUISE, LEARN TO JUGGLE

IRONMONGER’S CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G FG 2007-08 31 17 21.4 85 2008-09 27 0 7.5 16 Totals 58 17 14.9 101

FGA 203 54 257

PCT .419 .296 .393

3FG 5 0 5

3FGA 21 5 26

PCT .238 .000 .192

FT 25 25 50

FTA 41 34 75

PCT .610 .735 .667

ORB 46 17 63

DRB 74 18 92

TOT 120 35 155

AVG 3.9 1.3 2.7

PF 72 25 97

FO 2 0 2

A 15 7 22

TO 71 19 90

BLK 12 4 16

ST 9 5 14

PTS 200 57 257

AVG 6.5 2.1 4.4

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2007-08 18 2008-09 15 Totals 33

GS MIN/G 10 20.7 0 7.4 10 14.6

FG 38 10 48

FGA 103 27 130

PCT .369 .370 .369

3FG 5 0 5

3FGA 18 4 22

PCT .278 .000 .227

FT 10 10 20

FTA 17 14 31

PCT .588 .714 .645

ORB 20 5 25

DRB 30 9 39

TOT 50 14 64

AVG 2.8 0.9 1.9

PF 47 13 60

FO 1 0 1

A 6 3 9

TO 42 14 56

BLK 6 2 8

ST 7 4 11

PTS 91 30 121

AVG 5.1 2.0 3.7

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2007-08 2 0 15.5 2008-09 1 0 1.0 Totals 3 0 10.7

FG 4 0 4

FGA 10 0 10

PCT .400 .000 .400

3FG 0 0 0

3FGA 0 0 0

PCT .000 .000 .000

FT 0 0 0

FTA 0 0 0

PCT .000 .000 .000

ORB 3 0 3

DRB 5 0 5

TOT 8 0 8

AVG 4.0 0.0 2.7

PF 3 0 3

FO 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

TO 4 0 4

BLK 2 0 2

ST 0 0 0

PTS 8 0 8

AVG 4.0 0.0 2.7

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victoria

KENYON

Guard/Forward • 6-2 • RS Junior • 2V Queensland, Australia St. Peter’s LLutheran

AS A SOPHOMORE • 200 2008-09 Appeared in 27 games fo for Oregon, making five starts...averaged 11.5 minute minutes, 2.3 points and 1.4 rebounds per game...one of the Ducks’ more accurate shooters at the free-throw line, knocked k down 23-of-27 (.852) from the stripe...scored a season-high se nine points in a loss to Georgia Tech (12.13)...her (12.13).. top performances of the season included scoring seve seven points and adding a season-high tying six rebounds in th the season-opening 6968 win at San Jose State (11.15)...als (11.15)...also scored six points and brought down six boards in loss at BYU (11.21)...scored seven points in loss to #11 Stanford (01.22).

CAREER HIGHS GHS POINTS 10 at Portland (12.02.07) 2.07) REBOUNDS 7 vs. Oregon State (03.01.08) 03.01.08) ASSISTS 4 at Portland (12.02.07) .07) BLOCKS 1 vs. South Florida (12.18.07) 2.18.07)

AS A FRESHMAN • 2007-08 Physically the strongest of Oregon’s four freshmen posts, played in 27 games and made 12 star starts during the season... finished the year averaging 3.6 points and 2.5 rebounds per game...scored a season-high 10 points, shooting 4-of-5 from the floor off the bench at Portland (12/2 (12/2)...entered the starting lineup on Dec. 29 in the Pac-10 opener at Oregon State...started the next nine conference games for the Duck Ducks, averaging 4.2 points and 3.3 rebounds per game while playing 19.9 minutes per contest... other season highlights included scoring eight points at #10 Baylor (12/12) and scoring nine points vs. South Florida (1 (12/18)...during Oregon’s sweep of the Washington schools at home (1/17-19), aaveraged 7.5 points and 5.5 rebounds per game, while shooting 5-of-6 from the th free-throw line and .500 from the floor.

STEALS 2, 2x, last vs. Arizonaa State (01.10.09) FG MADE 4 at Portland (12.02.07) .07) FG ATTEMPTED 8 at #9 California (01.10.08) .10.08) 3-POINT FG MADE 1, 4x, last vs. USC (03.07.09) 3.07.09) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED ED 5 vs. USC (03.07.09)) FREE THROWS MADE 6 at #10 Baylor (12.12.07) 12.07) FREE THROW ATTEMPTED PTED 5 vs. USC (03.07.09) TURNOVERS 7 at Portland (12.02.07)

REDSHIRT • 2007 Joined the program in January of 2007 and redshirted to improve impro on her strength and conditioning as well as skill work.

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During Oregon’s international tour of Italy during the summer of 2008, Kenyon averaged 10.3 points and 7.7 rebounds per game. In the final game of the tour, Kenyon recorded a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds while also grabbing four steals and providing two assists.

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RETURNING PLAYERS GETTING TO KNOW VICKY Favorite midnight snack DESSERT Favorite spot on campus GREEN GRASS NEAR THE EMU Favorite athlete in another sport LIBBY LENTON - SWIMMER If I were President I would MAKE ALL ADVENTURE PARKS FREE TO ENTER Place I most want to visit GREECE Best Oregon basketball memory MY FIRST GAME Worst drill to run at practice CIRCLE THE WAGONS

BEFORE OREGON Played four years for the North Brisbane Bandits Club team from 2002-06...played both small and power forward...in 2003 was named the Most Promising Junior Girl, and the following year was named the Most Outstanding Junior Girl...in 2005 for Brisbane was named the Most Valuable Player...in 2006 won the silver medal at the Australian National Championships with the Queensland

South Under-18 Girls State team...was co-captain of that squad...in 2007 with the Under-20 Queensland Women’s team, reached gold at the Australian National championships. PERSONAL Born May 25, 1989...parents are Edward and Heather Kenyon...major is Business with a minor in German.

Favorite coach saying I FEEL HAPPY, I FEEL HEALTHY, I FEEL TERRIFIC Reason I picked my jersey number BECAUSE OF AN OLD FRIEND I ADMIRED AND USED TO PLAY WITH Ten years from now I will be LIVING IN AUSTRALIA The greatest influence in my life MY PARENTS - THEY HAVE TAUGHT ME MOST OF WHAT I KNOW Best advice I have ever received JUST BE YOURSELF AND HAVE FUN If I could have any superpower it would be TO BE INVISIBLE

KENYON’S CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G 2007-08 27 12 15.8 2008-09 27 5 11.5 Totals 54 17 13.6

FG 33 18 51

FGA 79 58 137

PCT .418 .310 .372

3FG 0 4 4

3FGA 4 16 20

PCT .000 .250 .200

FT 30 23 53

FTA 42 27 69

PCT .714 .852 .768

ORB 25 10 35

DRB 42 28 70

TOT 67 38 105

AVG 2.5 1.4 1.9

PF 44 26 70

FO 1 0 1

A 12 9 21

TO 59 33 92

BLK 1 0 1

ST 5 10 15

PTS 96 63 159

AVG 3.6 2.3 2.9

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2007-08 18 2008-09 15 Totals 33

GS MIN/G 12 17.7 0 7.5 12 13/0

FG 23 6 29

FGA 59 29 88

PCT .390 .207 .330

3FG 0 3 3

3FGA 2 12 14

PCT .000 .250 .214

FT 14 5 19

FTA 22 6 28

PCT .636 .833 .679

ORB 18 5 23

DRB 36 5 41

TOT 54 10 64

AVG 3.0 0.7 1.9

PF 28 12 40

FO 0 0 0

A 6 6 12

TO 39 17 56

BLK 0 0 0

ST 3 5 8

PTS 60 20 80

AVG 3.3 1.3 2.4

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2007-08 1 0 1.0 2008-09 1 0 15.0 Totals 2 0 8.0

FG 0 1 1

FGA 0 3 3

PCT .000 .333 .333

3FG 0 0 0

3FGA 0 1 1

PCT .000 .000 .000

FT 0 0 0

FTA 0 0 0

PCT .000 .000 .000

ORB 0 0 0

DRB 0 3 3

TOT 0 3 3

AVG 0.0 3.0 1.5

PF 1 0 1

FO 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

TO 1 1 2

BLK 0 0 0

ST 0 0 0

PTS 0 2 2

AVG 0.0 2.0 1.0

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tatianna

THOMAS Guard/Forward • 5-11 Junior • 2V Stevenson Ranch, Calif. Hart HS

CAREERR HIGHS POINTS 11 vs. Pacific (11.18.08) 1.18.08) REBOUNDS 6 at South Dakota ta State (11.23.08) ASSISTS 9 vs. Pacific (11.18.08) .18.08) BLOCKS 1, 7x, last at South th Dakota St. (11.23.08) STEALS 4 vs. Portland (01.26.09) 01.26.09) FG MADE 4, 3x, last vs. Arizona zona State (01.10.09) FG ATTEMPTED 10 vs. Arizona State tate (01.10.09)

AS A SOPHOMORE • 2008-09 Played in all 30 games for Oregon, making eight starts...averaged 2.5 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game...led the Ducks in assists on 10 occasions (second on the team)... started Oregon’s first four games of the season, leading the Ducks in assists in each of those contests, averaging 4.5 assists per game during that stretch...made her first career start at San Jose State (11.15), leading the Ducks with five assists in the team’s 69-68 victory...set career highs scoring 11 points (4-of-5) and dishing nine assists in Oregon’s 76-71 victory over Pacific (11.18)...had a career-high six rebounds in loss at South Dakota State (11.23).

3-POINT FG MADE DE 1, 2x, last at #66 California (02.19.09) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED EMPTED 3 at Arizona (02.07.09) 2.07.09) FREE THROWS MADE 3 vs. Pacific (11.18.08) .18.08) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 4 vs. Pacific (11.18.08) TURNOVERS 7, 2x, last at South Dakota St. (11.23.08) 42

AS A FRESHMAN • 2007-08 Saw limited playing time during her freshman season...a gifted player with tremendous athleticism, spent the majority of the season learning the offense and working on her defense...appeared in 12 games off the bench, averaging 0.8 points and 2.1 rebounds per game for the year...an ability to get to the

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During Oregon’s home opener on Nov. 18, 2008, Tatianna Thomas set career highs with 11 points and nine assists in a 76-71 victory over Pacific. Thomas’ nine assists were a single-game high for the Ducks during the 2008-09 season, and the most for an Oregon player since Corrie Mizusawa had nine dishes in a 58-51 win at California on Feb. 26, 2005.

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RETURNING PLAYERS basket and rebound against all competition impressed... season highlights included playing 13 minutes off the bench, scoring four points and leading the team with five rebounds and three steals in loss at #7 Stanford (1/12)... played a career-high 16 minutes at UCLA, scoring two points with four rebounds (1/24)...came off the bench to play 10 minutes and grab four rebounds, with one block and one steal in loss to #9 Cal (2/9). HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of William S. Hart High School in Newhall, Calif...was a two-sport athlete competing in basketball and track & field...earned two varsity letters on the Hart HS basketball squad for head coach Dave Munroe...as an upperclassmen, was a two-time first team all-Foothill League selection and two-time all-Santa Clarita Valley selection...her junior year was the starting guard and the team’s second leading scorer, helping lead Hart to a CIF South Section Championship with a 28-5 record...her senior season accolades continued, named all-CIF Southern Section and first team all-Area...was a McDonald’s All-American Nominee and named the Lockhead Player

of the Year...was ranked by Scout.com as the 71st player in the nation and 40th guard...lists her best performance as scoring 25 points, with 11 rebounds, five assists, four steals and three blocks against Canyon High School during her senior season. CLUB During the summers of 2004 and 2006 played for the Finest Basketball Club and head coach Ray Mayes...the team went 33-0 in 2006 and at the Top Ten All-American Camp scored 15 points, grabbing nine rebounds with six steals and three assists...in 2004 was named to the Pacific Coast Classic all-Tournament team...teammates Candice Brown, Nine Earl and Darxia Morris play at UCLA; Yosefa Greenfield at Yale; Chelsea Dale at Colorado and Marissa Gibodi at Syracuse. PERSONAL Born July 13, 1989...parents are Kevin and Jennifer Thomas...has one younger brother, Kevin (8)...majoring in English and minoring in Political Science with the goal of becoming a lawyer after school.

GETTING TO KNOW TAT Favorite midnight snack CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM Celebrity crush TREY SONGZ Best and worst roommate on the road BEST: NIC BECAUSE SHE IS FUN; WORST: JAZZ BECAUSE SHE SNORES Place I most want to visit LONDON The greatest influence on my life MY DAD, HE PUSHES ME TO BE THE BEST Best Oregon basketball memory SEEING SNOW FOR THE FIRST TIME WITH THE TEAM IN NEW MEXICO Favorite coach saying BANGO!!! My ideal job after Oregon A LAWYER FOR NIKE My bucket list TRAVEL THE WORLD Best advice I have ever received LIVE IN THE MOMENT, TODAY’S MISTAKES ARE TOMORROW’S SUCCESSES If I could have any superpower it would be ABILITY TO STEAL EVERYONE ELSE’S POWERS Worst habit POPPING & CHEWING GUM VERY LOUDLY Favorite spot on campus MAC COURT

THOMAS’ CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G 2007-08 12 0 6.8 2008-09 30 8 15.5 Totals 42 8 13.0

FG 5 33 38

FGA 23 93 116

PCT .217 .355 .328

3FG 0 2 2

3FGA 7 13 20

PCT .000 .154 .100

FT 0 7 7

FTA 1 9 10

PCT .000 .778 .700

ORB 4 11 15

DRB 19 32 51

TOT 23 43 66

AVG 1.9 1.4 1.6

PF 13 51 64

FO 0 2 2

A 2 42 44

TO 5 67 72

BLK 4 3 7

ST 5 14 19

PTS 10 75 85

AVG 0.8 2.5 2.0

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2007-08 9 2008-09 18 Totals 27

GS MIN/G 0 7.2 3 11.4 3 10.0

FG 4 13 17

FGA 16 47 63

PCT .250 .277 .270

3FG 0 2 2

3FGA 5 6 11

PCT .000 .333 .182

FT 0 1 1

FTA 1 2 3

PCT .000 .500 .333

ORB 4 5 9

DRB 14 12 26

TOT 18 17 35

AVG 2.0 0.9 1.3

PF 10 23 33

FO 0 0 0

A 2 14 16

TO 4 25 29

BLK 2 2 4

ST 5 5 10

PTS 8 29 37

AVG 0.9 1.6 1.4

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2007-08 1 0 4.0 2008-09 1 0 12.0 Totals 2 0 8.0

FG 0 0 0

FGA 2 1 3

PCT .000 .000 .000

3FG 0 0 0

3FGA 0 0 0

PCT .000 .000 .000

FT 0 0 0

FTA 0 0 0

PCT .000 .000 .000

ORB 0 0 0

DRB 2 0 2

TOT 2 0 2

AVG 2.0 0.0 1.0

PF 1 2 3

FO 0 0 0

A 0 3 3

TO 1 1 2

BLK 0 0 0

ST 0 1 1

PTS 0 0 0

AVG 0.0 0.0 0.0

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RETURNING PLAYERS

nicole

CANEPA CAREER HIGHS POINTS 16 vs. Marquette (11.20.07) REBOUNDS 14 vs. #10 California (03.08.08) 8) ASSISTS 3 vs. UCLA (02.23.08) BLOCKS 3 at Washington (02.15.08) STEALS 2 vs. Coppin State (11.23.07) FG MADE 6, 3x, last vs. Washington St. (01.17.08) FG ATTEMPTED 15 vs. Long Beach State (11.29.07) 3-POINT FG MADE NA 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED NA FREE THROWS MADE 8 vs. Marquette (11.20.07) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 10 vs. Marquette (11.20.07) TURNOVERS 5, 3x, last vs. #7 Baylor (12.20.08)

Forward/Center • 6-5 Junior • 2V San Francisco, Calif. St. Ignatius Prep

AS A SOPHOMORE • 2008-09 Missed 10 games during the season due to two separate ankle injuries...sat out the season opener at San Jose State with a sprained right ankle...missed the first 10 games of the Pac-10 season (Jan. 2- Jan. 31) with a left ankle sprain...averaged 5.8 points and 2.3 rebounds per game, playing in 19 contests and making five starts..shot 44.3 percent (35-of-79) from the floor and 72.7 percent (40-of-55) from the free-throw line...reached double figures twice during the season, scoring a season-high 13 points vs. Georgia Tech (12.13) and 11 points vs. 7thranked Baylor (12.20).

CAREER ACCOLADES 2007-08: Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention. OTHER NUMBERS Career Double-Doubles: 1

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AS A FRESHMAN • 2007-08 Played in 30 games and made 20 starts during her rookie season for Oregon...started the first eight games of the year, and started the final 10 as well...was hampered midway through the season by an ankle sprain suffered on the opening tip against Tulsa on Dec. 19...finished the season averaging 6.9 points and 4.2 rebounds per game, while shooting 42.6 percent from the floor...was an influential player on the court for the Ducks as Oregon finished strong winning four of its final six..during the last 10 games of the year, was second on the team in scoring (8.9 ppg) and rebounding (4.9 rpg)...was also 21-of-32 from the free-throw line during that stretch...

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Nicole finished her freshman season recording her first double-double of her career, scoring 11 points to go along with a game-high 14 rebounds in 67-60 Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinal loss to 10th-ranked California.


RETURNING PLAYERS GETTING TO KNOW NIC

in her first three games in an Oregon uniform recorded double figures; 14 vs. San Jose State (11/10), 13 vs. South Dakota State (11/15), 16 vs. Marquette (11/20)...other season highlights included a 14-point, six-rebound effort during a 66-45 win over Long Beach State (11/29)... had 13 rebounds in loss to South Florida (12/18)...finally fully healthy after an ankle injury, scored 12 points off the bench on 6-of-9 shooting vs. Washington State (1/17)... in her return to the starting lineup at Arizona State (2/2), scored 11 points (5-of-7) and grabbed six rebounds...the following game led Oregon with 12 against #6 Stanford (2/7)...also added 12 at Washington (2/15) and 11 vs. USC (2/21)...helped the Ducks to a 66-55 victory over UCLA with seven points and 10 rebounds...finished the season with her first double-double of the year, scoring 11 points to go along with a game-high 14 rebounds in 67-60 Pac10 Tournament quarterfinal loss to #10 California.

Favorite midnight snack PEPPERS Your celebrity crush ROB PATTINSON AKA EDWARD CULLEN Superstitions KARMA: WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND TV show I would most want to appear on HANNAH MONTANA If I were President I would MAKE SAN FRANCISCO THE NATION’S CAPITAL Best advice I have ever received EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON I am ashamed to admit this, but I really like STARING AT PEOPLE The greatest influence on my life MY FAMILY

HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of St. Ignatius Prep in San Francisco...was a four-year varsity center for head coach Julie Berry...was a three-time first team all-West Catholic League selection...as a junior helped the Wildcats to the 2006 WCAL championship as well as the CCS title...was a Division III all-NorCal and all-state selection from 2004-06...was also a Street and Smith All-American honorable mention...lists her best performance as scoring 37 points against Miramonte High School.

Reason I picked my jersey number I’VE HAD IT SINCE 3RD GRADE If I could have any superpower it would be I WOULD RATHER BE A VAMPIRE THAN HAVE A SUPERPOWER Best Oregon basketball memory AT PRACTICE WHEN THE BIRD FELL ON THE COURT

CLUB Played for Nor Cal Elite and head coach Davin Johnson in 2006...teammates included Vicki Baugh, now playing at Tennessee and Coco Davis of San Diego State.

Favorite coach saying BANGO!!! My bucket list CLIMB MT. EVEREST

PERSONAL Born Dec. 23, 1988...parents are Gordon and Charlene Canepa...plans to major in Sports Marketing.

CANEPA’S CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G FG 2007-08 30 20 19.3 78 2008-09 19 5 15.4 35 Totals 49 25 17.8 113

FGA 183 79 262

PCT .426 .443 .431

3FG 0 0 0

3FGA 0 0 0

PCT .000 .000 .000

FT 52 40 92

FTA 80 55 135

PCT .650 .727 .681

ORB 39 18 57

DRB 86 26 112

TOT 125 44 169

AVG 4.2 2.3 3.4

PF 84 39 123

FO 5 1 6

A TO 18 64 7 40 25 104

BLK 15 8 23

ST 12 3 15

PTS 208 110 318

AVG 6.9 5.8 6.5

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2007-08 17 2008-09 9 Totals 26

GS MIN/G 8 18.1 1 13.6 9 16.5

FG 45 14 59

FGA 104 31 135

PCT .433 .452 .437

3FG 0 0 0

3FGA 0 0 0

PCT .000 .000 .000

FT 20 19 39

FTA 32 26 58

PCT .625 .731 .672

ORB 17 4 21

DRB 34 10 44

TOT 51 14 65

AVG 3.0 1.6 2.5

PF 49 17 66

FO 1 0 1

A 10 1 11

TO 31 16 47

BLK 7 3 10

ST 6 1 7

PTS 110 47 157

AVG 6.5 5.2 6.0

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2007-08 2 2 20.5 2008-09 1 0 4.0 Totals 3 2 18.3

FG 6 0 6

FGA 12 0 12

PCT .500 .000 .500

3FG 0 0 0

3FGA 0 0 0

PCT .000 .000 .000

FT 3 0 3

FTA 4 0 4

PCT .750 .000 .750

ORB 4 1 5

DRB 11 0 11

TOT 15 1 16

AVG 7.5 1.0 5.3

PF 9 3 12

FO 1 0 1

A 1 0 1

TO 5 2 7

BLK 0 0 0

ST 0 0 0

PTS 15 0 15

AVG 7.5 0.0 5.0

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RETURNING PLAYERS REDSHIRT • 2008-09 Used a medical redshirt after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her left knee during the team’s international tour of Italy in September. AS A FRESHMAN • 2007-08 Saw limited playing time at the start of the season, coming off the bench in 17 games...did not appear in the last 13 games of the season, hampered by two separate injuries... first did not play four games (1/24-2/2) with a right quad strain...then sprained the ACL in her left knee, sidelining her for the rest of the year...season ended with her averaging 2.5 points and 1.8 rebounds per game...registered career highs of nine points and seven rebounds during her collegiate

debut vs. San Jose State (11/10)...other season highlights included providing a spark off the bench, scoring six points and dishing three assists in 24 minutes of action at #10 Baylor (12/12)...knocked down her first three-pointer in loss vs. South Florida (12/18)...played 11 first-half minutes in Pac10 opener at Oregon State (12/29)...late in the half snagged a steal at half court and was fouled hard on her way to the basket, but made two at the stripe to give the Ducks a fourpoint lead at the break...played 12 minutes off the bench and drained a three-pointer, while adding two rebounds and two assists in loss to #7 Stanford (1/12)...her defense on Washington’s last possession forced a turnover leading to the Ducks’ 66-64 win at Mac Court (1/19).

nia

JACKSON CAREER HIGHS POINTS 9 vs. San Jose State (11.10.07) REBOUNDS 7 vs. San Jose State (11.10.07) ASSISTS 3, 2x, last at #10 Baylor (12.12.07) BLOCKS NA STEALS 3, 2x, last vs. Marquette (11.20.07) FG MADE 3, 2x, last at #10 Baylor (12.12.07) FG ATTEMPTED 6 vs. San Jose State (11.10.07)

Guard • 5-7 RS Sophomore • 1V Seattle, Wash. Chief Sealth HS

3-POINT FG MADE 1, 3x, last at #7 Stanford (01.12.08) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 3 at #7 Stanford (01.12.08) FREE THROWS MADE 3, 2x, last vs. South Dakota St. (11.15.07) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 4 vs. San Jose State (11.10.07) TURNOVERS 5 at #10 Baylor (12.12.07) 46

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In her collegiate debut, Nia Jackson scored nine points and added seven rebounds during a 67-32 victory over San Jose State on Nov. 10, 2007. The game against the Spartans was the season opener for the Ducks and was played at Mac Court in front of 2, 856 fans.

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RETURNING PLAYERS GETTING TO KNOW NINI Favorite midnight snack CHIPS & SALSA Celebrity crush WILL SMITH TV show I most want to appear on THE GAME Ten years from now I will be... MARRIED WITH KIDS What is the weirdest habit 1 of your teammates has MIC IS SCARED OF BANANAS Place I most want to visit AFRICA The greatest influence on my life GOD & MY PARENTS If I could trade places with any athlete it would be CHRIS PAUL Reason I came to Oregon THE COLLEGE TOWN & THE FANS HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Chief Sealth High School in Seattle...a two-sport athlete for the Seahawks, played four years of basketball for head coach Ray Willis and also ran four years of track in the 100 meters and 100 meter hurdles...as a senior garnered several accolades; named 2007 Metro League MVP, first team all-state, first team all-state tournament, Seattle Times All-Star first team, Seattle PI All-Star team, Street and Smith All-American and Les Schwab Northwest Shootout All-Star game MVP...for four consecutive seasons led Chief Sealth to the King-Co District Championship and four straight state tournament appearances, including winning the state titles in 2005 and 2006, followed by a second place finish in 2007...also won the Metro League in 2006 and 2007... during her four seasons lost a total of only four league games...set the state tournament record with 10 steals in a single game in 2006 ...scored the most

points (27) in a single game during the 2006-07 season... during her senior year averaged 15.6 points and 6.0 steals per game...junior year averaged 13.0 points per game... placed third at state track meet in the 100 meter hurdles as a junior..was a two-time Chief Sealth Scholar Athlete and as senior won the 101 Club 74th Annual Scholar Athlete Award.

Best class I’ve taken in college EDUCATIONAL STUDIES Favorite coach saying BANGO My bucket list LOVE LIFE & DO WHAT I LOVE Favorite spot on campus LOCKER ROOM

CLUB Played two years (2004 & 2006) for Tree of Hope. PERSONAL Born June 27, 1989...parents are Craig and Turelane Jackson...has two brothers; Caleb and Nathan, who played two years (2006-08) for Central Washington University...majoring in Sports Marketing.

If I were President I would... HAVE UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE Reason I picked my jersey number LOVE & BASKETBALL MOVIE

JACKSON’S CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G 2007-08 17 0 10.6 Totals 17 0 10.6

FG 13 13

FGA 37 37

PCT .351 .351

3FG 3 3

3FGA 9 9

PCT .333 .333

FT 13 13

FTA 17 17

PCT .765 .765

ORB 13 13

DRB 18 18

TOT 31 31

AVG 1.8 1.8

PF 25 25

FO 0 0

A 16 16

TO 24 24

BLK 0 0

ST 10 10

PTS 42 42

AVG 2.5 2.5

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2007-08 6 Totals 6

FG 4 4

FGA 14 14

PCT .286 .286

3FG 1 1

3FGA 6 6

PCT .167 .167

FT 3 3

FTA 5 5

PCT .600 .600

ORB 7 7

DRB 4 4

TOT 11 11

AVG 1.8 1.8

PF 9 9

FO 0 0

A 6 6

TO 9 9

BLK 0 0

ST 3 3

PTS 12 12

AVG 2.0 2.0

GS MIN/G 0 9.7 0 9.7

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RETURNING PLAYERS AS A FRESHMAN • 2008-09 Averaged 7.9 points and a team-leading 5.4 rebounds per game...was named Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention...became the first freshman in program history since Bev Smith (1978-79) to lead the Ducks in both rebounding (163) and steals (42)...led Oregon in scoring four times during the season, and led the Ducks on the boards a team-best 11 occasions...reached double figures in scoring nine times, and led the team in assists seven times...recorded the first double-double of her career with a teamleading 12 points and 10 rebounds vs. Washington State

(02.12)...her eight steals at South Dakota State (11.23) was a Pac-10 season high...the mark also ties for sixth in Oregon single-game program history...scored a seasonhigh 18 points in 77-69 win over Washington (02.14)... made a season-high three 3-pointers and dished a season-high tying five assists vs. UCLA (03.03)....in her collegiate debut, scored 10 points and added 8 rebounds in season-opening 69-68 victory at San Jose State (11.15)... in her Pac-10 debut, scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds at USC (01.02)...led the Ducks with 13 points in 51-45 victory over Wyoming on Nov. 29.

amanda

JOHNSON Forward • 6-2 Sophomore • 1V Santa Rosa, Calif. Maria Carrillo HS

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 18 vs. Washington (02.14.09) REBOUNDS 10 vs. Washington State (02.12.09) ASSISTS 5, 2x, last vs. UCLA (03.05.09) BLOCKS 3 vs. Pacific (11.18.08) STEALS 8 at South Dakota State (11.23.08) FG MADE 7 at USC (01.02.09) FG ATTEMPTED 16 at USC (01.02.09) 3-POINT FG MADE 3 vs. UCLA (03.05.09) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 8 vs. Washington (3.12.09) FREE THROWS MADE 7 vs. Washington (02.14.09) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 8 vs. Washington (02.14.09) TURNOVERS 6 at San Jose State (11.15.08)

CAREER ACCOLADES 2008-09: Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention.

1979 Amanda became the first freshman in program

OTHER NUMBERS Career Double-Doubles: 1

history since Bev Smith (1978-79) to lead the Ducks in both rebounding (163) and steals (42).

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RETURNING PLAYERS HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Maria Carrillo High School in Santa Rosa, Calif...lettered four years on the varsity soccer team for head coach Debra LaPrath...also lettered four years on the varsity basketball squad for head coach Steve Azevedo...was named the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat All-Empire Female Player of the Year for three consecutive years (200608)...on the basketball court, scored over 2000 points during her high school career for the Pumas...as a senior led Maria Carrillo to a 28-2 overall record and a North Bay League Championship with a 14-0 record...averaged 24.0 points and 10.5 rebounds per game as a senior, and was named the PAC Athlete of the Year as well as the Female Athlete of the Year at Maria Carrillo...also during her senior season received the Coaches Award...as a junior, the Pumas were co-NBL champions and Johnson was named team MVP after leading the squad to a 22-5 record...was a NorCalPreps.com top-15 prospect...on the soccer field, played central defender for the Pumas. CLUB Played from 2005-07 with Gym Rats (Santa Rosa) and head coach Steve Azevedo...played four different positions ranging from shooting guard to center...also played her senior season with Just Believe Sports (Sacramento) and coach Sean Chambers...her teammates that went on to play collegiately include; Malia Duncan and Madison Meade (Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville), Ariel Gregerson (Cal Poly), Sam Messersmith (Seattle University), Katie Kittles (Westmont) Kim Crandall (San Francisco) and Brittany Woodard (Nevada). PERSONAL Born April 21, 1990...parents are Erik and Lisa Johnson...has two younger brothers; Brian (16) and Curtis (12)...major is undeclared.

GETTING TO KNOW AJ Favorite athlete to watch in another sport OLD SCHOOL: MICHELLE AKERS - U.S. WOMEN’S NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM Favorite midnight snack PEANUT BUTTER OUT OF THE JAR Celebrity crush ALADDIN Favorite spot on campus OUTSIDE THE LLC ON A SUNNY DAY Best advice I have ever received LIFE IS SIMPLE BUT TRUST YOUR STRUGGLE Ten years from now I will be... ALMOST 30...YIKES!!! Place I most want to visit ITALY, BECAUSE OF TEAMMATES’ MEMORIES & THE BOOK “EAT, PRAY, LOVE” The greatest influence on my life EVERYONE YOU ENCOUNTER AFFECTS YOU IN SOME WAY OR ANOTHER Reason I picked my jersey number TRADITION Favorite coach saying I FEEL HAPPY, I FEEL HEALTHY, I FEEL TERRIFIC Worst Habit THINKING TOO MUCH First job WHAT’S THAT? Reason I came to Oregon STRONG CONFERENCE, WEST COAST=BEST COAST, COMMUNITY SUPPORT

JOHNSON’S CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G 2008-09 30 24 26.3 Totals 30 24 26.3

FG 86 86

FGA 223 223

PCT .386 .386

3FG 33 33

3FGA 107 107

PCT .308 .308

FT 32 32

FTA 42 42

PCT .762 .762

ORB 32 32

DRB 131 131

TOT 163 163

AVG 5.4 5.4

PF 59 59

FO 0 0

A 51 51

TO 60 60

BLK 7 7

ST 42 42

PTS 237 237

AVG 7.9 7.9

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2008-09 18 Totals 18

GS MIN/G 15 27.2 15 27.2

FG 53 53

FGA 134 134

PCT .396 .396

3FG 21 21

3FGA 61 61

PCT .344 .344

FT 17 17

FTA 21 21

PCT .810 .810

ORB 17 17

DRB 85 85

TOT 102 102

AVG 5.7 5.7

PF 37 37

FO 0 0

A 32 32

TO 36 36

BLK 2 2

ST 19 19

PTS 144 144

AVG 8.0 8.0

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2008-09 1 0 27.0 Totals 1 0 27.0

FG 3 3

FGA 10 10

PCT .300 .300

3FG 2 2

3FGA 8 8

PCT .250 .250

FT 1 1

FTA PCT 1 1.000 1 1.000

ORB 0 0

DRB 7 7

TOT 7 7

AVG 7.0 7.0

PF 1 1

FO 0 0

A 2 2

TO 1 1

BLK 0 0

ST 1 1

PTS 9 9

AVG 9.0 9.0

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RETURNING PLAYERS

jasmin

HOLLIDAY Forward • 6-0 Sophomore • 1V Chino Hills, Calif. Ayala HS

CAREER HIGHS POINTS 15 at Arizona (02.07.09) REBOUNDS 9 at USC (01.02.09) ASSISTS 3, 4x, last vs. Arizona (01.08.09) BLOCKS 1, 10x, last vs. USC (03.07.09) STEALS 6 vs. Utah (12.28.08) FG MADE 7 at Arizona (02.07.09) FG ATTEMPTED 12 vs. #11 Stanford (01.22.09) 3-POINT FG MADE 1 at UCLA (01.04.09) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 1, 4x, last vs. USC (03.07.09) FREE THROWS MADE 5 vs. Arizona State (01.10.09) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 6 vs. Arizona State (01.10.09) TURNOVERS 4, 3x, vs. UCLA (03.05.09)

AS A FRESHMAN • 2008-09 Averaged 5.3 points and 3.8 rebounds per game, mainly playing at small forward...appeared in all 30 games and made 20 starts...shot .427 (64-of-150) from the floor (third on the team) and totaled 36 steals (second on the team)...reached double figures seven times, and led the Ducks in scoring on four occasions...made her first career start in a 51-45 victory over Wyoming (11.29), scoring six points and adding a team-high seven rebounds in 32 minutes...set a season high with nine rebounds in a loss at USC (01.02)...that same weekend, scored 14 points CAREER ACCOLADES 2008-09: Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention...voted by her teammates as the season’s Most Improved Player.

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while adding six rebounds, three assists and one steal in Oregon’s 73-56 victory at UCLA (01.04)...during Pac-10 play, led the Ducks in scoring on three occasions; scored 13 in loss to Arizona State (01.10), chipped in 12 points during a loss to #11 Stanford (01.22) and scored a careerhigh 15 at Arizona (02.07)...shot a career best and an individual game high .833 (5-of-6) from the floor, scoring 13 points vs. USC (03.07)...also had a career-high six steals in loss to Utah (12.28), the second-highest total of an Oregon player during the year...during a 57-41 win at Washington State (01.17), scored eight points and more

01.04.09

In front of over 50 family and friends at Pauley Pavilion, scored 14 points while adding six rebounds, three assists and one steal in Oregon’s 73-56 victory at UCLA.


RETURNING PLAYERS GETTING TO KNOW JAZZY Favorite athlete in another sport MISTY MAY AND KERRI WALSH Favorite midnight snack SCOOBY DOO FRUIT SNACKS Celebrity crush BORIS KODJOE TV show I want to appear on AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL Best and worst roommate on the road I’M THE WORST, CASSIE’S THE BEST Ten years from now I will be.. MARRIED WITH KIDS AND AN EXPERIENCED SPORTS BROADCASTER Favorite move in a game THE SICK MOVE I MADE AT UCLA

importantly held WSU ’s leading scorer and the Pac-10’s leading freshman scorer to a season-low tying eight points on 3-of-10 shooting. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Ayala High School in Chino Hills, Calif...played four years of basketball, starting at guard/ forward for head coach Mel Sims...also competed in track and field and volleyball for one season each...her senior year on the basketball court, Holliday and Ayala HS fell one game short of reaching the California State Division II championship, suffering a 72-64 triple overtime loss to Mira Costa HS in the Southern California Regional Championship...Holliday scored nine points and brought down 21 rebounds while adding four steals in the game...during the 2007-08 season, Ayala finished with a 29-6 record...Holliday’s accolades included; first team all-Sierra League, first team all-CIF and second

team all-state...was also voted team MVP her senior year after averaging 13.9 points per game and a teamleading 11.1 rebounds per game...led the Bulldogs to four Sierra League championships as well as winning the CIF championship in 2007 and being the runner-up in 2008...lists her game highs a 28 points, 19 rebounds, five blocks, seven steals and six assists...teammate Rebekah Gardner plays at UCLA. CLUB Played one year for Team Cal and head coach Wayne Caffey. PERSONAL Born April 18, 1990...parents are Clarence and Eddy Holliday...has two brothers, Justin and Joshua...major is Communications with the goal of becoming a TV broadcaster after graduation.

Place I most want to visit ITALY The greatest influence on my life MY PARENTS First job HOLLISTER Reason I came to Oregon BECAUSE OF ALL OF YOU WHO ARE READING THIS Worst drill to run at practice JT DRILL Favorite coach saying BANGO Worst habit LICKING MY LIPS

HOLLIDAY’S CAREER STATS OVERALL SEASON STATS GP GS MIN/G 2008-09 33 20 24.7 Totals 33 20 24.7

FG 64 64

FGA 150 150

PCT .427 .427

3FG 1 1

3FGA 4 4

PCT .250 .250

FT 30 30

FTA 53 53

PCT .566 .566

ORB 29 29

DRB 84 84

TOT 113 113

AVG 3.8 3.8

PF 49 49

FO 1 1

A 29 29

TO 46 46

BLK 10 10

ST 36 36

PTS 159 159

AVG 5.3 5.3

PACIFIC-10 STATS GP 2008-09 18 Totals 18

GS MIN/G 15 27.7 15 27.7

FG 51 51

FGA 100 100

PCT .510 .510

3FG 1 1

3FGA 3 3

PCT .333 .333

FT 19 19

FTA 35 35

PCT .543 .543

ORB 17 17

DRB 54 54

TOT 71 71

AVG 3.9 3.9

PF 35 35

FO 1 1

A 19 19

TO 33 33

BLK 8 8

ST 17 17

PTS 122 122

AVG 6.8 6.8

PACIFIC-10 TOURNAMENT STATS GP GS MIN/G 2008-09 1 1 30.0 Totals 1 1 30.0

FG 1 1

FGA 9 9

PCT .111 .111

3FG 0 0

3FGA 0 0

PCT -------

FT 0 0

FTA 0 0

PCT -------

ORB 1 1

DRB 4 4

TOT 5 5

AVG 5.0 5.0

PF 2 2

FO 0 0

A 1 1

TO 2 2

BLK 0 0

ST 1 1

PTS 2 2

AVG 2.0 2.0

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NEWCOMERS

kristi

GETTING TO KNOW KRISTI Favorite midnight snack SOUR PATCH KIDS Favorite spot on campus MAC COURT TV show I want to appear on SONS OF ANARCHY...THEY RUN A WHOLE TOWN...WHO WOULDN’T WANT TO DO THAT? If I were President I would END WORLD HUNGER Ten years from now I will be... TRAVELING AROUND THE WORLD Favorite moment in a game THE WHOLE THING Place I most want to visit AFRICA The greatest influence on my life MY PARENTS If I could have any superpower it would be THROWING FIRE AND EARTH BENDING Worst habit EATING CANDY 24/7 First job McDONALD’S Best class I’ve taken in college ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

FALLIN Guard • 5-10 • Junior • JC Roseburg, Ore. Umpqua CC

BEFORE OREGON Spent the last two seasons at Umpqua Community College playing for head coach Dave Stricklin...as a sophomore was a State Farm All-American finalist and was named the Northwest Athletic Association of Community College Southern Region Player of the Year...during her MVP season, led the NWAACC averaging 23.0 points per game, as Umpqua clinched the Southern Region title, and took a third-place finish at the NWAACC championships, ending the year with a 29-3 record...scored 37 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the Souther Region title win over Lane CC...ended her career as the program’s all-time three-point leader with 208 – crushing the previous mark of 132...also finished as the program’s all-time second-leading scorer, and became just the fifth player in Riverhawks history to break the 1,000-point

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plateau...knocked down 118 three-pointers her sophomore season, shooting 44.9 percent from three-point range, and an astonishing 48.9 percent from the field overall...during her freshman campaign at Umpqua, hit 90 from long distance, averaging 16.0 ppg and earning first all-NWAACC Southern Region honors. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Roseburg High School in Oregon... was named to the all-Southwest Conference first-team her senior season. PERSONAL Born July 7, 1989...majoring in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry...parents ares Kelly and Mindy Fallin...has one brother, Kevin.


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candyce

FLYNN Guard • 5-6 • Junior • JC Cleveland, Ohio Rend Lake College

GETTING TO KNOWW DYCE Favorite athlete to watchh in another sport SERENA WILLIAMS Celebrity crush TREY SONGZ Favorite spot on campus LOCKER ROOM Best advice I have ever received ceived HARD WORK BEATS TALENT NT WHEN TALENT DOESN’T WORK HARD Reason I picked my jerseyy number BECAUSE MY BROTHER WANTED ME TO Place I most want to visitt PARIS If I could trade places with th another athlete MES it would be...LEBRON JAMES If I could have any superpower ower it would be TO FLY Worst habit BITING MY NAILS First job AMERICORPS VISTA Worst drill to run at practice tice JT DRILL Favorite coach saying BANGO

BEFORE OREGON Spent her sophomore season (2008-09) at Rend Lake College in Ina, Ill...the Warriors finished their season with a 23-10 record, advancing to the NJCAA Division I Region XXIV championship game...Flynn earned all-Region XXIV and all-Great Rivers Athletic Conference honors averaging 14.3 points, 5.1 assists and 2.8 rebounds per game....she was also named to the GRAC all-Tournament Team...spent her freshman season (2007-08) at Morehead State (Morehead, Ky.), appearing in 29 games while making seven starts. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate from Cleveland Central Catholic High School... led her team to the 2007 Ohio Division I State Championship...during her time at Cleveland Central Catholic, was named second team all-state and first team all-conference, while guiding the Ironmen to four conference championships. PERSONAL Born Jan. 8, 1989... majoring in Psycholare ogy...parents Eric Flynn and Carla Hawley...has three brothers; Evan, Eric and Eligah, and one sister, Aubre.

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NEWCOMERS

laura

STANULIS Guard • 5-9 • Freshman • HS Portland, Ore. Sunset HS

GETTING TO KNOW LO Favorite midnight snack CHICKEN BAR Celebrity crush LEONARDO DICAPRIO, JESSE METCALFE, PAUL WALKER, JOHNNY DEPP Favorite spot on campus FIRE N SPICE & CASANOVA CENTER Best advice I have ever received THE MORE YOU SWEAT IN PRACTICE, THE LESS YOU BLEED IN BATTLE Place I most want to visit GREECE Reason I picked my jersey number IT WAS ONE OF MY NUMBERS IN HIGH SCHOOL If I could trade places with another athlete it would be: LEBRON JAMES OR DWAYNE WADE If I could have any superpower it would be TO CONTROL THINGS WITH MY MIND Best class I have taken in college EXERCISE AS MEDICINE My ideal job after Oregon HEART SURGEON

HIGH SCHOOL CHOOL A 2009 graduate of Sunset High School in Portland, Ore...a foursport athlete, thlete, participated in volleyball and soccer for the Apollos, and wass a four-year letterwinner in basketball and track...on the basketball ball court received first team all-Metro Honors during her junior and senior seasons...also was a McDonald’s All-American nominee ee during her senior season...on the volleyball court was a first team m all-Metro outside hitter her junior season...switched to the soccer cer field her senior year and was a second team all-Metro League forward......went to the state track & field finals during her junior or and senior seasons competing in the long jump and placing fifth at the state meet in 2009...also competed in the high jump, mp, triple jump and 4x100 relay for the Apollos during her career...in eer...in the classroom at Sunset HS was a honor roll studentt and received the Dean’s Scholarship...as a senior was named Sunset’s Female Athlete of the Year...also was awarded the Jerry Pflug Award – given to the Most Outstanding Female Athlete over her four-year high school career. CLUB Played two years of club basketball for Clutch Players and coachess Jason Fawcett and Jeremy Nesbitt...was named to the all-tournament nament team at the 2008 End of the Oregon Trail Tournament...teammates teammates included Sarah Griffin (Portland) and Shannon Reader ader (Gonzaga). PERSONAL NAL Born June ne 28, 1991...majoring in Biology, with hopes of becoming a heart eart surgeon..parents are Robert Stanulis and Arla Melum...has as one sister, Kathryn.

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NEWCOMERS

aliyah

GREEN Guard/Forward • 5-11 Freshman • HS Portland, Ore. Jefferson HS

GETTING TO KNOW LII LI Favorite athlete to watch in another nother sport TIGER WOODS Favorite midnight snack CRAN-GRAPE JUICE & RICE KRISPIES RISPIES Celebrity crush TREY SONGZ & MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY CONAUGHEY Best advice I have ever received ed IF YOU PUT IN ALL THE HARD WORK NOW, YOU’LL GET TO REST LATER Ten years from now I will be.. TEACHING AT AN ELEMENTARYY SCHOOL My biggest moment on the court rt HITTING THE SHOT THAT BEAT FRANKLIN TO WIN THE PIL TITLE I am ashamed to admit this butt I really like... WATCHING HANNAH MONTANAA The greatest influence on my life ife MY MOTHER

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Jefferson High School in Portland, Ore...transferred to Jefferson after playing the previous three seasons at Lincoln High School in Portland...missed the 2008-09 season on the basketball court with the Democrats after injuring her right ACL...in her three years at Lincoln HS, Green led the Cardinals to back-to-back Portland Interscholastic League championships during her junior and sophomore seasons...averaged a team-leading 11.1 points per game, and was named second team all-PIL after guiding Lincoln to the state championships (final eight)...also named the Quest Player of the Game during the state playoffs...during her sophomore season for the Cardinals, Green was named first team all-PIL after averaging 15.2 points per game...played volleyball for Jefferson during the 2008 season before her injury, earning first team all-PIL accolades and team MVP honors. PERSONAL Born Nov. 16, 1990...daughter of Sharon Nichols...has one brother, Maalik, and one sister, Ameerah.

If I could have any superpower it would be TO FLY Worst habit DRINKING JUICE OUT OF THE JUG Reason I came to Oregon SO MY FAMILY CAN COME TO ALL THEE HOME GAMES 55 OREGON WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


NOTEBOOK CAREER GAMES PLAYED Micaela Cocks Taylor Lilley Ellyce Ironmonger Victoria Kenyon Nicole Canepa Tatianna Thomas Jasmin Holliday Amanda Johnson Lindsey Saffold Nia Jackson

POINTS LEADER 91 77 58 54 49 42 30 30 30 17

CAREER GAMES STARTED Taylor Lilley Micaela Cocks Nicole Canepa Jasmin Holliday Amanda Johnson Ellyce Ironmonger Victoria Kenyon Lindsey Saffold Tatianna Thomas

55 45 25 24 24 17 17 14 8

DOUBLE FIGURE SCORING Taylor Lilley Micaela Cocks Nicole Canepa Ellyce Ironmonger Amanda Johnson Jasmin Holliday Victoria Kenyon Lindsey Saffold Tatianna Thomas

41 31 12 10 9 7 1 1 1

DOUBLE FIGURE REBOUNDS Nicole Canepa Ellyce Ironmonger Amanda Johnson

3 3 1

Taylor Lilley Micaela Cocks Nicole Canepa Jasmin Holliday Amanda Johnson Ellyce Ironmonger

30 13 4 4 4 1

Two ankle injuries slowed Nicole Canepa’s sophomore season. Now healthy, Canepa looks to return to the form she ended the 2007-08 campaign with, when she averaged 8.9 points and 4.9 rebounds during the final 10 games of the year.

REBOUNDS LEADER Amanda Johnson Nicole Canepa Jasmin Holliday Ellyce Ironmonger Lindsey Saffold Taylor Lilley Micaela Cocks Tatianna Thomas Nia Jakson Victoria Kenyon

11 7 5 5 4 3 2 2 1 1

ASSISTS LEADER Taylor Lilley Micaela Cocks Tatianna Thomas Amanda Johsnon Jasmin Holliday Ellyce Ironmonger Nia Jackson

24 11 10 7 3 1 1

DOUBLE-DOUBLES Ellyce Ironmonger Nicole Canepa Amanda Johnson

2 1 1

20-POINT GAMES Taylor Lilley Micaela Cocks

14 5

WHERE THEY’RE FROM

HOW THEY GOT HERE

CALIFORNIA (5) Nicole Canepa (San Francisco) Jasmin Holliday (Chino Hills) Amanda Johnson (Santa Rosa) Taylor Lilley (Newhall) Tatianna Thomas (Stevenson Ranch)

HIGH SCHOOL (9) Nicole Canepa (St. Ignatius Prep) Aliyah Green (Jefferson HS) Jasmin Holliday (Ayala HS) Nia Jackson (Chief Sealth HS) Amanda Johnson (Maria Carrillo HS) Victoria Kenyon (St. Peter’s Lutheran) Taylor Lilley (Hart HS) Laura Stanulis (Sunset HS) Tatianna Thomas (Hart HS)

OREGON (3) Kristi Fallin (Roseburg) Aliyah Green (Portland) Laura Stanulis (Portland) AUSTRALIA (2) Ellyce Ironmonger (Perth) Victoria Kenyon (Queensland) WASHINGTON (2) Nia Jackson (Seattle) Lindsey Saffold (Tacoma)

Over the last two seasons, guard Taylor Lilley has scored 616 points, averaging 11.6 per game. If Lilley knocks down at least 44 three-pointers her senior season, she will be Oregon’s all-time three-point field goal leader.

NEW ZEALAND (1) Micaela Cocks (Auckland) OHIO (1) Candyce Flynn (Cleveland)

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JC TRANSFERS (3) Kristi Fallin (Umpqua CC) Candyce Flynn (Rend Lake College) Lindsey Saffold (Delta CC) AUSTRLIAN INSTITUTE OF SPORT (1) Ellyce Ironmonger NEW ZEALAND ACADEMY OF SPORT (1) Micaela Cocks


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