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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS POINTS Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Amanda Johnson Taylor Lilley Micaela Cocks Taylor Lilley Eleanor Haring Gabrielle Richards Cathrine Kraayeveld Andrea Bills Brandi Davis Carolyn Ganes Shaquala Williams Angelina Wolvert Shaquala Williams Shaquala Williams Natalie Hughes Arianne Boyer Arianne Boyer Renae Fegent Debbie Sporcich Debbie Sporcich Staci Wallenborn Debbie Sporcich Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Lauri Landerholm Lauri Landerholm Lauri Tennant Alison Lang Alison Lang Alison Lang Bev Smith Bev Smith Julie Cushing Julie Cushing Cathy Aiken

FG-FT 180-485 217-43 131-74 145-31 171-45 119-60 156-90 134-53 119-13 115-67 206-108 146-85 189-118 105-69 149-62 159-117 161-131 190-98 155-126 124-80 147-85 159-106 221-83 264-122 185-79 215-117 184-82 169-89 237-135 280-133 208-136 259-114 240-99 166-58 175-62 98-29

Pts. 477 601 404 395 391 298 442 321 305 305 572 381 549 315 413 439 458 478 436 328 405 424 525 650 449 547 450 427 609 693 550 632 579 390 412 225

Avg. 15.9 17.7 13.5 12.7 12.6 10.3 14.7 11.1 10.9 10.9 16.3 14.1 17.7 10.2 15.3 15.1 16.4 17.1 15.6 15.6 15.6 15.1 18.1 20.3 16.0 18.2 16.1 15.2 20.3 23.9 21.2 19.8 21.4 15.6 17.2 16.1

O-D 77-171 68-222 32-131 47-123 44-115 68-125 67-182 84-141 66-124 99-191 57-106 80-107 51-137 46-87 111-153 85-137 96-134 90-164 69-114 55-101 97-178 78-190 99-205 76-154

Reb. 248 290 163 170 159 193 249 225 190 290 163 187 188 133 264 222 230 254 183 156 275 268 304 230

Avg. 8.3 8.5 5.4 5.5 5.1 6.7 8.3 7.8 6.8 8.3 5.6 6.0 6.1 4.9 9.1 7.9 8.2 9.1 8.7 8.7 9.8 9.2 9.5 8.2

1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Gabi Neumann Gabi Neumann Gabi Neumann Alison Lang Alison Lang Alison Lang Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Debbie Adams Julie Cushing

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225 189 210 311 318 298 376 367 323 235 137

8.0 6.8 7.5 10.4 11.0 11.5 11.8 13.6 12.9 9.8 8.1

G 21 34 22 31 31 29 30 29 28 35 29 31 25 27 29 29 26 29 27 27 28 29

Ast. 119 121 70 127 107 75 209 180 91 137 89 134 99 89 88 96 113 131 115 115 68 117

Avg. 5.7 3.6 3.2 4.1 3.5 2.6 7.0 6.2 3.3 3.9 3.1 4.3 4.0 3.3 3.0 3.3 4.3 4.5 4.3 4.3 2.4 4.0

ASSISTS Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Nia Jackson Nia Jackson Taylor Lilley Kaela Chapdelaine Kaela Chapdelaine Kaela Chapdelaine Corrie Mizusawa Corrie Mizusawa Alissa Edwards Shaquala Williams Jamie Craighead Shaquala Williams Lisa Bowyer Natalie Hughes Natalie Hughes Renae Fegent Sally Crowe Missy Croshaw Missy Croshaw Vanessa Selden Staci Wallenborn Jacquie Semeniuk

1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Jacquie Semeniuk Sheila Sattiewhite Lauri Landerholm Lauri Landerholm Lauri Tennant Lauri Tennant Alison Lang Bev Smith Alison Towriss Bev Smith Suzanne Washington Julie Cushing Chris Briot

32 28 30 28 28 30 29 26 32 27 25 24 16

190 137 171 111 145 161 99 143 151 115 95 55 49

5.9 4.9 5.7 3.9 5.2 5.4 3.4 5.5 4.7 4.3 3.8 2.3 3.1

FG-FGA 114-248 122-261 88-192 79-164 70-146 119-231 144-281 134-284 115-243 137-268 100-168 145-252 95-159 83-149 81-152 167-318 149-271 144-243 124-206 70-127

Pct. .460 .467 .458 .482 .479 .515 .512 .472 .473 .511 .595 .575 .597 .557 .533 .525 .550 .593 .602 .551

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92

Nia Jackson Nia Jackson Ellie Manou Ellie Manou Taylor Lilley Gabrielle Richards Andrea Bills Andrea Bills Carolyn Ganes Cathrine Kraayeveld Jenny Mowe Angelina Wolvert Jenny Mowe Sonja Curtis Jenny Mowe Renae Fegent Arianne Boyer Sara Wilson Debbie Sporcich Jean Maree Lillard

G 21 34 28 29 24 29 31 29 28 35 29 31 31 27 29 29 28 28 21 27

REBOUNDS Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

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Amanda Johnson Amanda Johnson Amanda Johnson Kaela Chapdelaine Eleanor Haring Gabrielle Richards Cathrine Kraayeveld Andrea Bills Andrea Bills Cathrine Kraayeveld Jenny Mowe Angelina Wolvert Angelina Wolvert Angelina Wolvert Arianne Boyer Arianne Boyer Arianne Boyer Debbie Sporcich Debbie Sporcich Debbie Sporcich Debbie Sporcich Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski

During her career at Oregon (2005-08), Kaela Chapdelaine led the Ducks in assists for three consecutive seasons (2006-08). Her 362 career assists rank seventh all-time in Oregon women’s basketball history.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Sara Wilson Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Shelly Ray Gabi Neumann Alison Lang Alison Lang Alison Lang Debbie Adams Debbie Adams Debbie Adams Julie Cushing Shannon Kelly

26 29 32 28 30 27 28 30 29 26 32 29 24 24 17

57-111 221-405 264-436 185-342 146-266 97-174 139-254 237-406 280-457 208-350 162-264 200-361 137-258 175-366 68-149

.514 .546 .606 .541 .549 .557 .547 .584 .613 .594 .614 .554 .531 .478 .546

G 27 33 30 30 24 26 15 24 28 35 29 31 31 27 29 29 28 29 26 26 28 25 32 21

FG-FGA 47-124 37-85 68-173 36-98 39-77 57-134 37-92 39-111 54-156 69-173 81-213 53-170 34-83 21-52 24-61 25-66 21-50 70-153 35-90 26-66 49-111 16-30 41-87 12-25

Pct. .379 .435 .393 .367 .506 .425 .402 .351 .346 .399 .380 .312 .410 .404 .393 .379 .420 .458 .389 .394 .454 .533 .471 .480

G 30 34 30 31 31 29 30 29 28 35 27 31 31 27 29 29 26 28 27 26

FT-FTA 68-90 96-111 74-86 31-37 24-27 60-66 90-117 38-44 67-85 108-119 85-107 118-145 69-87 101-121 56-80 68-92 102-118 56-67 65-81 85-112

Pct. .756 .865 .860 .838 .889 .909 .769 .864 .788 .908 .794 .814 .793 .835 .700 .739 .864 .836 .802 .759

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

Kristi Fallin Victoria Kenyon Micaela Cocks Micaela Cocks Taylor Lilley Chelsea Wagner Chelsea Wagner Chelsea Wagner Brandi Davis Jamie Craighead Jamie Craighead Shaquala Williams Natasha O’Brien Natasha O’Brien Lisa Bowyer Betty Ann Boeving Betty Ann Boeving Missy Croshaw Peggy Swadener Jessica Schutt Jennifer Bourn Jennifer Bourn Michelle Eble Michelle Eble

Amanda Johnson Micaela Cocks Micaela Cocks Taylor Lilley Micaela Cocks Gabrielle Richards Cathrine Kraayeveld Brandi Davis Carolyn Ganes Shaquala Williams Angelina Wolvert Shaquala Williams Shaquala Williams Sonja Curtis Natalie Hughes Renae Fegent Sally Crowe Jessica Schutt Missy Croshaw Staci Wallenborn

Staci Wallenborn Trina McCartney Trina McCartney Stefanie Kasperski Lauri Landerholm Lauri Landerholm Lauri Tennant Lauri Tennant Chris Metzger Alison Lang Bev Smith Julie Cushing Claudia Eaton Julie Cushing Cathy Aiken

28 29 31 28 30 28 28 30 29 26 32 27 22 24 14

83-107 92-123 156-205 79-110 117-144 82-101 89-109 84-105 40-51 136-181 114-157 68-84 44-59 62-87 29-38

.776 .748 .761 .718 .813 .812 .817 .800 .784 .751 .726 .810 .746 .713 .763

STEALS

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92

1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Amanda Johnson Nia Jackson Amanda Johnson Taylor Lilley Kaela Chapdelaine Chelsea Wagner Cathrine Kraayeveld Eleanor Haring Corrie Mizusawa Alissa Edwards Edniesha Curry Angelina Wolvert Angelina Wolvert Lisa Bowyer Lisa Bowyer Natalie Hughes Renae Fegent Sally Crowe Karen Healea Missy Croshaw Vanessa Selden Staci Wallenborn Vanessa Selden Jacquie Semeniuk Jacquie Semeniuk Lauri Landerholm Lauri Landerholm Lauri Tennant Lauri Tennant Alison Lang Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Julie Cushing Julie Cushing

G 30 34 30 31 31 26 30 29 29 28 32 27 31 25 26 29 29 26 28 27 27 28 29 32 28 30 28 28 30 29 26 32 27 25 21 17

Stls. 64 83 42 47 48 30 35 31 31 48 60 39 53 63 42 41 57 72 46 44 84 26 52 41 36 76 73 66 59 43 65 94 95 95 64 39

Avg. 2.1 2.4 1.4 1.5 1.5 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.7 1.9 1.4 1.7 2.5 1.6 1.4 2.0 2.8 1.6 1.6 3.1 1.6 1.8 1.3 1.3 2.5 2.6 2.4 1.9 1.5 2.5 2.9 3.8 2.3 3.0 2.3

G 30 34 30 30 20 29 30 29

Blk. 27 45 16 15 29 32 37 17

Avg. 0.9 1.3 0.5 0.5 1.5 1.1 1.2 0.6

2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Cathrine Kraayeveld Cathrine Kraayeveld Jenny Mowe Jenny Mowe Jenny Mowe Sonja Curtis Renae Fegent Renae Fegent Renae Fegent Debbie Sporcich Debbie Sporcich Marne Smith Debbie Sporcich Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Gabi Neumann Gabi Neumann Alison Lang Alison Lang Alison Lang Alison Lang Bev Smith Bev Smith Kerry Clawson Becky Paschke

15 35 29 31 31 27 25 29 28 28 21 27 28 29 32 28 30 28 28 30 29 26 32 27 25 21 17

32 41 53 64 63 18 30 74 65 25 17 25 16 92 111 119 80 34 36 105 140 99 81 58 54 84 26

2.1 1.2 1.8 2.1 2.0 0.7 1.2 2.6 2.3 0.9 0.8 0.9 0.6 3.2 3.5 4.3 2.7 1.2 1.3 3.5 4.8 3.8 2.5 2.1 2.2 4.0 1.5

BLOCKED SHOTS Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04

A. Johnson/J. Holliday Amanda Johnson Lindsey Saffold Nicole Canepa Jessie Shetters Jessie Shetters Cathrine Kraayeveld Andrea Bills

Stefanie Kasperski was a three-time Pac-10 first team selection for UO (1988-90) during her collegiate career. She scored 1,956 career points and grabbed 996 career rebounds. Those totals each rank third, respectively, in UO all-time program history.

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS ASSISTS

Stefanie Kasperski vs. Brigham Young (Dec. 16, 1988) ........................9 Alison Lang vs. Santa Clara (Jan. 29, 1983) ........................................9 Player Assists Alison Lang vs. Pacific (Jan. 22, 1983) ................................................9 1. Corrie Mizusawa at Gonzaga (Nov. 25, 2003) ....................................14 Alison Lang vs. Fresno State (Jan. 21, 1983) .......................................9 Vanessa Selden vs. New Mexico State (Dec. 7, 1990).........................14 Alison Lang at Pepperdine (Jan. 7, 1983) ...........................................9 3. Corrie Mizusawa vs. Valparaiso (Nov. 15, 2003).................................13 10. Alison Lang vs. San Jose State (Nov. 18, 1983) ....................................8 Sheila Sattiewhite vs. California (Feb. 26, 1988) ...............................13 Jenny Mowe at UC Santa Barbara (Dec. 13, 1999) ...............................8 Sheila Sattiewhite vs. USC (Feb. 7, 1988) ..........................................13 6. Corrie Mizusawa vs. Miama (Fla.) (Nov. 26, 2004) .............................12 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Jacquie Semeniuk vs. UCLA (Feb. 4, 1989) ........................................12 (minimum five made) Lauri Landerholm vs. Washington (March 9, 1984) ...........................12 Player 3FG Pct. Lauri Landerholm vs. Oregon State (Feb. 15, 1984) ...........................12 10. Nia Jackson at USC (Jan. 13, 2011) ......................................... 11 1. Kaela Chapdelaine vs. UCLA (Feb. 23, 2008) ........................(6-6) 1.000 2. Micaela Cocks vs. Long Beach State (Dec. 6, 2009) ...............(5-5) 1.000 Nia Jackson at Saint Mary’s (Dec. 19, 2010)..........................11 3. Jennifer Bourn vs. Arizona State (Feb. 2, 1991) ..................... (7-8) .875 Carol Drouet vs. Brigham Young (Dec. 21, 1985) ...............................11 4. Micaela Cocks vs. Portland (Jan. 26, 2009) ........................... (6-7) .857 Lauri Landerholm vs. Oregon State (March 10, 1984)........................11 Jamie Craighead vs. St. John’s (Nov. 30, 2001) ...................... (6-7) .857 Bev Smith at Washington (Feb. 19, 1982) .........................................11 6. Kristi Fallin vs. Oregon State (Jan. 23, 2011) ......................... (5-6) .833 Allison Towriss vs. Seattle (Feb. 27, 1981).........................................11 Victoria Kenyon at USC (Jan. 13, 2011) ................................. (5-6) .833 Suzanne Washington vs. Texas (Dec. 18, 1979) .................................11 Micaela Cocks vs. #7 Baylor (Dec. 20, 2008) .......................... (5-6) .833 Micaela Cocks vs. Georgia Tech (Dec. 13, 2008) ..................... (5-6) .833 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Kaela Chapdelaine vs. Washington (Jan. 21, 2006) ................. (5-6) .833 (minimum nine attempts) Alissa Edwards vs. Stanford (Jan. 11, 2003) .......................... (5-6) .833 Player FG Pct. Staci Wallenborn at Arizona State (Feb. 3, 1990)................... (5-6) .833 1. Lauri Landerholm at Washington St. (Jan. 22, 1987) ....... (11-11) 1.000 2. Shaquala Williams at Washington St. (Feb. 21, 2002)...........(9-9) 1.000 Jenny Mowe at Iowa State (March 14, 1999)..............................(9-9) 1.000 Sara Wilson vs. Texas A&M (Dec. 29, 1990) ................................(9-9) 1.000 Trina McCartney at Arizona (March 2, 1991) ...............................(9-9) 1.000 6. Alison Lang vs. Fresno State (Jan. 21, 1983) ............................. (12-13) .923 Julie Cushing vs. Humboldt State (Dec. 10, 1978)...................... (12-13) .923 8. Alison Lang vs. Oregon State (Feb. 15, 1984) ........................... (11-12) .917 Alison Lang at Washington State (Feb. 22, 1982) ..................... (11-12) .917 10. Eleanor Haring vs. Miami (Fla.) (Nov. 26, 2004) .................. (10-11) .909 Arianne Boyer at Santa Clara (Dec. 13, 1995) ........................... (10-11) .909

Lauri Landerholm still holds the Oregon record for top field goal percentage in a single game. In an 101-55 victory over Washington State on Jan. 22, 1987, Landerholm shot a flawless 11-of-11 from the floor. She was a two-time (1986 & 87) All-District selection. POINTS Player Points 1. Taylor Lilley vs. New Mexico (March 23, 2010) .................................38 Nicole Canepa vs. Arizona (Jan. 16, 2010) ........................................38 Bev Smith at Montana (Feb. 5, 1981) ...............................................38 Debbie Adams vs. Seattle (March 8, 1980) .......................................38 5. Taylor Lilley at USC (Jan. 30, 2010) ..................................................36 Julie Cushing vs. San Jose State (Dec. 6, 1979) .................................36 7. Alison Lang vs. Long Beach State (Dec. 17, 1982) .............................35 Bev Smith vs. Kentucky (March 12, 1980) ........................................35 Bev Smith vs. Boise State (Jan. 13, 1979) .........................................35 10. Jessica Schutt at USC (March 10, 1994) ............................................34 Stefanie Kasperski at Arizona State (Feb. 10, 1989) ..........................34 Alison Lang vs. Chico State (Dec. 11, 1982) ......................................34 Alison Lang vs. Washington (Jan. 23, 1982) .....................................34 Alison Lang vs. San Jose State (Dec. 16, 1980)..................................34 Bev Smith at Seattle (Jan. 11, 1980) ................................................34

REBOUNDS Player Rebounds 1. Bev Smith vs. Alaska-Anchorage (Dec. 9, 1978) ................................26 2. Peg Rees vs. Western Washington (Feb. 10, 1975).............................23 3. Cathrine Kraayeveld at Montana (Dec. 19, 2002) ..............................22 Alison Lang vs. Louisiana State (Dec. 16, 1981) ................................22 5. Andrea Bills vs. Montana (Dec. 12, 2003) .........................................21 Bev Smith vs. Seattle (March 8, 1980) ..............................................21 7. Andrea Bills at Santa Clara (Dec. 16, 2003) .......................................20 Chris Metzger vs. Washington (Jan. 15, 1983) ..................................20 Alison Lang vs. Missouri (March 13, 1982) ........................................20 Bev Smith vs. Oregon State (Dec. 17, 1981) ......................................20 Bev Smith vs. Colorado (March 18, 1981) .........................................20 Bev Smith at Washington (Feb. 16, 1979) .........................................20 Peg Rees vs. Washington (Feb. 9, 1975) ............................................20

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FIELD GOALS MADE Player FG Made 1. Stefanie Kasperski vs. California (Jan. 5, 1990) ...................(19 att.) 16 Julie Cushing vs. San Jose State (Dec. 6, 1979) ..................... (26 att.) 16 3. Stefanie Kasperski vs. California (Feb. 24, 1989) ...................(22 att.) 15 Stefanie Kasperski vs. USC (Feb. 7, 1988) ............................ (21 att.) 15 Gabi Neumann vs. USC (Feb. 20, 1987) ............................... (21 att.) 15 Alison Lang vs. Long Beach State (Dec. 17, 1982) ..................(17 att.) 15 7. Nicole Canepa at Arizona (Jan. 16, 2010) .............................(18 att.) 14 Lauri Landerholm vs. Portland State (Jan. 27, 1987) .............. (22 att.) 14 Alison Lang vs. Oregon State (Feb. 11, 1983) ...................... (21 att.) 14 Alison Lang vs. Santa Clara (Jan. 29, 1983) ......................... (18 att.) 14 Bev Smith at Montana (Feb. 5, 1981) ................................. (19 att.) 14 Bev Smith vs. Kentucky (March 12, 1980) ........................... (20 att.) 14 Debbie Adams vs. Seattle (March 8, 1980)...........................(17 att.) 14

STEALS Player Steals 1. Bev Smith at Washington (Jan. 22, 1981) .........................................11 2. Julie Cushing vs. Oregon State (March 1, 1979) ..................................9 Bev Smith vs. Boise State (Jan. 13, 1979) ...........................................9 Julie Cushing at Southern Oregon (Feb. 14, 1978)...............................9 Julie Cushing vs. Southern Oregon (Jan. 7, 1978) ...............................9 6. Amanda Johnson at South Dakota State (Nov. 23, 2008) .........8 Alissa Edwards at TCU (Dec. 22, 2002) ................................................8 Sally Crowe at UCLA (Jan. 5, 1995) ...................................................8 Sally Crowe at Idaho State (Dec. 15, 1994) .........................................8 Bev Smith vs. Stanford (Feb. 13, 1981) ...............................................8 Suzanne Washington vs. Western Washington (Jan. 6, 1979) .....................8 Bev Smith vs. Alaska-Anchorage (Dec. 9, 1978) ..................................8 Chris Briot vs. Seattle Pacific (Feb. 4, 1977) ........................................8

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player Blocks Stefanie Kasperski vs. Western Kentucky (Dec. 29, 1987) .....................13 Stefanie Kasperski vs. California (Feb. 26, 1988) ...............................12 Stefanie Kasperski vs. Arizona State (Feb. 12, 1988) .........................10 Stefanie Kasperski vs. North Dakota (Dec. 21, 1988) ...........................9

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Player 3FG Made 1. Taylor Lilley at USC (Jan. 30, 2010) ......................................(12 att.) 9 2. Taylor Lilley vs. Washington (Jan. 1, 2010) ............................(13 att.) 8 Chelsea Wagner vs. Arizona (Feb. 9, 2006) .............................(11 att.) 8 Jessica Schutt at Hawai`i (Nov. 26, 1993) ............................. (14 att.) 8 5. Taylor Lilley vs. New Mexico (March 23, 2010) ...................... (18 att.) 7 Taylor Lilley vs. Long Beach State (Dec. 6, 2009) ....................(13 att.) 7 Taylor Lilley vs. Eastern Washington (Nov. 16, 2009) ..............(14 att.) 7 Cathrine Kraayeveld vs. Santa Clara (Dec. 15, 2002) ......................(10 att.) 7 Jamie Craighead vs. Washington (Dec. 28, 2001) ...................(11 att.) 7 Jamie Craighead at Arizona (Feb. 1, 2001) .............................(12 att.) 7 Jennifer Bourn vs. Arizona State (Feb. 2, 1991) ....................... (8 att.) 7

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (minimum eight made) Player FT Pct. 1. Jessica Schutt at Washington (Feb. 19, 1995) ......................(14-14) 1.000 2. Alison Lang vs. Missouri (March 13, 1982) .......................(12-12) 1.000 3. Tamika Nurse vs. UCLA (Feb. 1, 2007) ..............................(10-10) 1.000 Cicely Oaks vs. Drake (Nov. 28, 2005)...............................(10-10) 1.000 Staci Wallenborn vs. Stanford (March 7, 1991) ......................(10-10) 1.000 Jacquie Semeniuk at Arizona (Feb. 1, 1990) .....................(10-10) 1.000 Jacquie Semeniuk at Portland (Nov. 28, 1989) .................(10-10) 1.000 Lauri Landerholm vs. Arizona (Jan. 12, 1987) ..................(10-10) 1.000 9. Micaela Cocks vs. UCLA (March 5, 2009) ..............................(9-9) 1.000 Lauri Landerholm vs. Washington St. (Feb. 28, 1987) ..........(9-9) 1.000 Trina McCartney vs. North Dakota (Dec. 21, 1988) ......................(9-9) 1.000

FREE THROWS MADE (minimum 10 made) Player FT Made 1. Debbie Sporcich vs. New Mexico State (Dec. 7, 1990) ..........(17 att.) 15 2. Tamika Nurse vs. USC (Feb. 3, 2007) ....................................(16 att.) 14 Jessica Schutt at Washington (Feb. 19, 1995) ......................(14 att.) 14 Sally Crowe at Washington State (Feb. 17, 1995).....................(16 att.) 14 Trina McCartney vs. Oregon State (March 10, 1989) ........................(16 att.) 14 Stefanie Kasperski vs. Arizona State (Jan. 14, 1989) ......................(16 att.) 14 Alison Lang vs. Washington (Jan. 23, 1982) .........................(16 att.) 14 8. Trina McCartney at Oregon State (Dec. 10, 1988) .......................(16 att.) 13 Natasha O’Brien vs. Oregon State (Feb. 27, 1998) ................(14 att.) 13 10. Trina McCartney at Arizona State (Feb. 3, 1990) ....................(14 att.) 12 Lauri Landerholm vs. San Francisco (Feb. 15, 1985) ............ (13 att.) 12 Alison Lang vs. Missouri (March 13, 1982) ...........................(12 att.) 12

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS POINTS Player 1. Alison Lang (1982-83) 2. Stefanie Kasperski (1988-89) 3. Bev Smith (1980-81) 4. Alison Lang (1983-84) 5. Taylor Lilley (2009-10) 6. Bev Smith (1979-80) 7. Shaquala Williams (2001-02) 8. Alison Lang (1981-82) 9. Shaquala Williams (1999-00) 10. Lauri Landerholm (1986-87)

STEALS G 29 32 32 30 34 27 35 26 31 30

Avg. 23.9 20.3 19.8 20.3 17.7 21.4 16.3 21.2 17.7 18.2

Points 693 650 632 609 601 579 572 550 549 547

G 32 27 25 29 30 32 26 26 34 35

Avg. 11.8 13.6 12.9 10.9 10.4 9.5 11.5 11.4 8.5 8.3

Reb. 376 367 323 318 311 304 298 296 290 290

G 30 32 29 30 30 32 26 26 35 28

Avg. 7.0 5.9 6.2 5.7 5.4 4.7 5.6 5.5 3.9 4.9

Assists 209 190 180 171 161 151 145 143 137 137

REBOUNDS Player 1. Bev Smith (1980-81) 2. Bev Smith (1979-80) 3. Bev Smith (1978-79) 4. Alison Lang (1982-83) 5. Alison Lang (1983-84) 6. Stefanie Kasperski (1988-89) 7. Alison Lang (1981-82) 8. Bev Smith (1981-82) 9. Amanda Johnson (2009-10) Cathrine Kraayeveld (2001-02)

ASSISTS Player 1. Corrie Mizusawa (2004-05) 2. Jacquie Semeniuk (1988-89) 3. Corrie Mizusawa (2003-04) 4. Lauri Landerholm (1986-87) 5. Lauri Landerholm (1983-84) 6. Allison Towriss (1980-81) 7. Lauri Landerholm (1984-85) 8. Bev Smith (1981-82) 9. Shaquala Williams (2001-02) Sheila Sattiewhite (1987-88)

Player 1. Bev Smith (1978-79) Bev Smith (1979-80) 3. Bev Smith (1980-81) 4. Suzanne Washington (1978-79) 5. Vanessa Selden (1991-92) 6. Nia Jackson (2009-10) Suzanne Washington (1979-80) 8. Lauri Landerholm (1986-87) 9. Lauri Landerholm (1985-86) 10. Sally Crowe (1994-95) Allison Towriss (1980-81)

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. G 25 27 32 25 27 34 29 30 28 26 32

Avg. 3.8 3.5 2.9 3.5 3.1 2.4 2.9 2.5 2.6 2.8 2.3

Steals 95 95 94 87 84 83 83 76 73 72 72

G 29 28 32 30 26 29 21 32 30 29

Avg. 4.8 4.3 3.5 3.5 3.8 3.2 4.0 2.5 2.7 2.6

Blocks 140 119 111 105 99 92 84 81 80 74

(minimum one made per game) Player 1. Taylor Lilley (2006-07) 2. Michelle Eble (1988-89) 3. Missy Croshaw (1993-94) 4. Jennifer Bourn (1990-91) 5. Victoria Kenyon (2009-10) 6. Chelsea Wagner (2005-06) 7. Michelle Eble (1989-90) 8. Taylor Lilley (2009-10) 9. Chelsea Wagner (2004-05) Staci Wallenborn (1990-91)

BLOCKED SHOTS Player 1. Alison Lang (1982-83) 2. Stefanie Kasperski (1987-88) 3. Stefanie Kasperski (1988-89) 4. Alison Lang (1983-84) 5. Alison Lang (1981-82) 6. Stefanie Kasperski (1989-90) 7. Kerry Clawson (1977-78) 8. Alison Lang (1980-81) 9. Stefanie Kasperski (1986-87) 10. Renae Fegent (1995-96)

3FG-3FA 39-77 41-87 70-153 49-111 37-85 57-134 37-91 124-306 37-92 37-92

Pct. .506 .471 .458 .454 .435 .425 .407 .405 .402 .402

G 34 29 31 29 35 30 26 28 31 35

Avg. 3.6 2.8 2.4 2.4 2.0 2.3 2.2 1.9 1.7 1.5

3FG 124 81 74 70 69 68 57 54 53 52

G 29 35 34 26 30 28 28 31 30 28

FT-FTA 60-66 108-119 96-111 102-118 74-86 56-67 89-109 118-145 117-144 82-101

Pct. .909 .908 .865 .864 .860 .836 .817 .814 .813 .812

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum four made per game) Player 1. Debbie Adams (1980-81) 2. Alison Lang (1982-83) 3. Stefanie Kasperski (1988-89) 4. Debbie Sporcich (1992-93) 5. Alison Lang (1981-82) 6. Sara Wilson (1993-94) 7. Alison Lang (1983-84) 8. Angelina Wolvert (1999-00) 9. Alison Lang (1980-81) 10. Debbie Sporcich (1993-94) Debbie Adams (1979-80)

G 24 32 29 28 34 26 27 34 15 28

Player Taylor Lilley (2009-10) Jamie Craighead (2000-01) Taylor Lilley (2007-08) Missy Croshaw (1993-94) Jamie Craighead (2001-02) Micaela Cocks (2008-09) Chelsea Wagner (2005-06) Brandi Davis (2002-03) Shaquala Williams (1999-00) Shaquala Williams (2001-02)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE G 32 29 32 21 26 28 30 31 32 28 29

FG-FGA 162-264 280-457 264-436 124-206 208-350 144-243 237-406 145-252 159-283 155-280 200-361

(minimum two made per game) Player 1. Gabrielle Richards (2005-06) 2. Shaquala Williams (2001-02) 3. Micaela Cocks (2009-10) 4. Sally Crowe (1994-95) 5. Micaela Cocks (2008-09) 6. Jessica Schutt (1993-94) 7. Lauri Tennant (1984-85) 8. Shaquala Williams (1999-00) 9. Lauri Landerholm (1986-87) 10. Lauri Landerholm (1985-86)

Pct. .614 .613 .606 .602 .594 .593 .584 .575 .562 .554 .554

All-time Oregon great Bev Smith was a two-time All-American (1981 & ‘82) at the UO. During her career she was named firstteam NWBL for four consecutive seasons, and finished her career as the program’s all-time leader in rebounds (1,362) and steals (349). For thee straight seasons (1979-81), Smith led the Ducks in rebounds and steals.

Field Goal Attempts Game Season Career

30 Bev Smith vs. Washington (13 made), March 14, 1981 vs. Boise State (16 made), Jan. 13, 1979 507 Taylor Lilley (217 made), 2009-10 1,682 Bev Smith (857 made), 1978-82

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Game Season Career

21 Jamie Craighead vs. Iowa (three made), March 17, 2001 306 Taylor Lilley (124 made), 2009-10 702 Taylor Lilley (270 made), 2006-10

Free Throws Made Game Season Career

15 Debbie Sporcich vs. N.M. State (17 att.), Dec. 7, 1990 156 Trina McCartney (205 atttempts), 1988-89 486 Alison Lang (674 attempts), 1980-84

Free Throw Attempts Game Season Career

17 Debbie Sporcich vs. N.M. State (15 made), Dec. 7, 1990 Cindy Murphy vs. Stanford (nine made), Jan. 9, 1993 205 Trina McCartney (156 made), 1988-89 674 Alison Lang (486 made), 1980-84

Consecutive Free Throws Made Season

31 Shaquala Williams, 2001-02

Games Started Career

117 Alison Lang, 1980-84

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Angelina Wolvert (1997-01) Debbie Sporcich (1990-94) Gabi Neumann (1984-87) Debbie Adams (1977-81) Sonja Curtis (1996-1999) Arianne Boyer (1993-97)

116 95 84 109 110 113

499-918 521-965 473-886 612-1,147 223-420 546-1,057

.544 .540 .534 .534 .531 .517

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS (minimum one attempt per game) Player 1. Taylor Lilley (2006-10) 2. Missy Croshaw (1990-94) 3. Brandi Davis (2002-06) 4. Jamie Craighead (1998-02) 5. Micaela Cocks (2006-10) 6. Shaquala Williams (1998-02) 7. Chelsea Wagner (2003-06) 8. Amanda Johnson (2009-present) 9. Kaela Chapdelaine (2004-08) 10. Jessica Schutt (1991-95)

G 111 112 115 107 125 101 65 94 122 78

Avg. 2.4 1.7 1.6 1.7 1.3 1.4 2.0 1.3 0.9 1.4

3-Ptrs. 270 189 186 182 167 144 133 124 111 109

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT.

Andrea Bills led UO to a second round appearance at the 2005 NCAA Tournament, averaging 11.5 points and 7.0 rebounds per game. Bills played 123 games during her career (2002-05), a mark that ranks third all-time. She ended her career seventh all-time in rebounds (825), ninth all-time in blocked shots (100), and 10th all-time in double-figure scoring games (67), including a career-best 23 in 2005’s postseason run.

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

Player Alison Lang (1980-84) Bev Smith (1978-82) Stefanie Kasperski (1986-90) Lauri Landerholm (1982-87) Arianne Boyer (1993-97) Shaquala Williams (1998-2002) Taylor Lilley (2006-10) Debbie Adams (1977-81) Debbie Sporcich (1990-94) Julie Cushing (1976-80)

G 117 110 119 120 113 101 111 109 95 93

Avg. 19.2 18.8 16.4 14.9 13.3 14.6 12.7 12.9 14.8 14.9

Points 2,252 2,063 1,956 1,783 1,501 1,478 1,415 1,412 1,404 1,392

G 110 117 119 95 113 109 123 109 94 112

Avg. 12.4 9.8 8.4 9.1 7.5 7.8 6.7 7.1 7.5 6.1

Rebs. 1,362 1,151 996 868 850 848 825 774 701 687

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

Player Bev Smith (1978-82) Alison Lang (1980-84) Stefanie Kasperski (1986-90) Debbie Sporcich (1990-94) Arianne Boyer (1993-97) Debbie Adams (1977-80) Andrea Bills (2001-05) Cathrine Kraayeveld (2001-05) Amanda Johnson (2009-present) Trina McCartney (1987-91)

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

Player Lauri Landerholm (1982-87) Bev Smith (1978-82) Missy Croshaw (1990-94) Jacquie Semeniuk (1986-90) Corrie Mizusawa (2003-05) Shaquala Williams (1998-2002) Kaela Chapdelaine (2004-2008) Lisa Bowyer (1996-99) Sheila Sattiewhite (1984-88) Heather McDuffie (1983-86)

G 120 110 112 119 59 101 122 109 114 104

Avg. 5.1 4.0 3.7 4.1 6.6 3.7 3.0 3.3 2.6 2.6

Assists 607 443 417 408 389 369 362 358 291 275

G 110 120

Avg. 3.2 2.4

Steals 349 290

STEALS Player 1. Bev Smith (1978-82) 2. Lauri Landerholm (1982-87)

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

Julie Cushing (1977-80) Lisa Bowyer (1996-99) Debbie Adams (1978-81) Suzanne Washington (1978-80) Alison Lang (1980-84) Amanda Johnson (2009-presnt) Vanessa Selden (1990-92) Taylor Lilley (2006-10)

93 109 106 54 117 94 64 110

2.2 1.7 1.6 3.2 1.4 1.7 2.5 1.4

200 186 173 170 165 164 160 156

G 117 119 124 110 82 109 84 116 123 100

Avg. 3.6 3.4 1.8 1.8 2.1 1.2 1.3 0.9 0.8 0.8

Blocks 425 402 222 193 169 132 111 101 100 88

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

Player Alison Lang (1980-84) Stefanie Kasperski (1986-90) Jenny Mowe (1996-01) Bev Smith (1978-82) Renae Fegent (1994-97) Cathrine Kraayeveld (2000-05) Gabi Neumann (1984-87) Angelina Wolvert (1997-01) Andrea Bills (2001-05) Helen Higgs (1980-84)

GAMES PLAYED Player Micaela Cocks (2006-10) Jenny Mowe (1996-01) Andrea Bills (2001-05) Kaela Chapdelaine (2004-08) Eleanor Haring (2003-07) Lauri Landerholm (1982-87) 7. Stefanie Kasperski (1986-90) Jacquie Semeniuk (1986-90) 9. Kedzie Gunderson (2001-06) 10. Victoria Kenyon (2008-11) Alison Lang (1980-84)

Games 125 124 123 122 120 120 119 119 118 117 117

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum four attempts per game) Player 1. Alison Lang (1980-84) 2. Jenny Mowe (1996-01) 3. Stefanie Kasperski (1986-90) 4. Sara Wilson (1990-94)

G 117 124 119 92

FG-FGA 883-1,496 357-623 816-1,449 346-624

Pct. .590 .573 .563 .554

(minimum one attempt per game) Player 1. Jennifer Bourn (1987-91) 2. Michelle Eble (1987-90) 3. Natasha O’Brien (1997-99) 4. Chelsea Wagner (2003-06) 5. Missy Croshaw (1990-94) 6. Taylor Lilley (2006-10) 7. Cathrine Kraayeveld (2000-05) 8. Jessica Schutt (1991-95) 9. Betty Ann Boeving (1993-97) 10. Jamie Craighead (1998-02)

G 87 80 58 65 112 111 109 78 93 107

3FG-3FGA 66-148 90-203 55-135 133-337 189-482 270-702 81-211 109-285 53-143 182-492

Pct. .446 .443 .407 .395 .392 .385 .384 .382 .371 .370

G 125 101 115 120 110 60 90 104 100 112

FT-FTA 220-256 308-367 186-229 379-468 220-275 99-126 237-311 137-180 149-196 207-274

Pct. .859 .839 .812 .810 .800 .786 .762 .761 .760 .755

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (minimum 1.5 attempts per game) Player 1. Micaela Cocks (2006-10) 2. Shaquala Williams (1998-2002) 3. Carolyn Ganes (2003-07) 4. Lauri Landerholm (1982-87) 5. Sonja Curtis (1996-99) 6. Gabrielle Richards (2004-06) 7. Tamika Nurse (2005-08) 8. Heather McDuffie (1982-86) 9. Jessica Schutt (1991-95) 10. Missy Croshaw (1990-94)

DOUBLE-FIGURE SCORING GAMES 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Alison Lang (1980-84) Bev Smith (1978-82) Stefanie Kasperski (1986-90) Arianne Boyer (1993-96) Lauri Landerholm (1982-87) Julie Cushing (1976-80) Shaquala Williams (1998-02) Debbie Sporcich (1990-94) Taylor Lilley (2006-10) Andrea Bills (2001-05)

G Seas-Hi DFSG 117 30 (’83, ’84) 108 110 27 (’81, ’82) 99 119 31 (’89) 93 113 24 (3 times) 90 120 26 (’86) 90 93 20 (’79) 77 72 30 (’02) 72 95 23 (’91) 71 111 28 (‘10) 69 123 23 (‘05) 67

CAREER DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Player Bev Smith (1978-82) Alison Lang (1980-84) Stefanie Kasperski (1986-90) Debbie Sporcich (1990-94) Cathrine Kraayeveld (2000-05) Arianne Boyer (1993-97) Amanda Johnson (2009-present) Renae Fegent (1994-97) Angelina Wolvert (1997-01)

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G 110 117 119 95 109 113 94 82 116

Seas-Hi D-Ds 24 (’82) 88 17 (’82, ’83) 59 17 (’90) 49 13 (’91) 40 11 (’02) 28 11 (’95, ’97) 28 11 (‘10) 20 8 (’95) 17 5 (’01) 14


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TEAM RECORDS Points

Three-Point Field Goal Pct.

Miscellaneous

Game ..............................................................121 vs. Hawai’i (Jan. 16, 1979) Half .................................................................69 vs. Hawai’i (Jan. 16, 1979) Season ..................................................................................2,767 (2009-10)

Game ...............................................818, (min. 8 att.) vs. USC (Jan. 25, 1991) Season ........................................................................443 (51-115), 1988-89

Winning Pct. ................................................................. .920 (23-2), 1978-79 Conf. Winning Pct. ........................................................1.000 (13-0), 1979-80 Pac-10 Winning Pct. ...................................................... .833 (15-3), 1998-99 Wins ............................................................................ 25, 1980-81, 1998-99 Conference Wins.......................................................................... 15, 1998-99 Consecutive Wins ........................................................................ 21, 1978-79 Consecutive Home Wins (season) ................................................ 14, 1998-99 Consecutive Home Wins ...........................................................20, 1998-2000 Home Wins .....................................14, 1986-87; 1998-99, 2001-02; 2009-10 Road Wins ..................................................... 14, 1979-80; 1980-81; 1983-84 Losses.......................................................................................... 21, 2008-09 Conference Losses ....................................................................... 15, 1992-93 Consecutive Losses (season) ........................................................ 11, 1992-93 Home Losses ............................................................................... 10, 2008-09 Road Losses ................................................................10, 2007-08 & 2009-10 Largest Comeback Win ...........................22-point deficit (16:20, second half) .....................................................................at Arizona (March 4, 2000)

Three-Point FG Percentage (Both Teams) Scoring Average

Game .........................................................818 (9-11) vs. USC (Jan. 25, 1991)

Season ....................................................................................84.6 (1978-79)

Free Throws Made Fewest Points Game .....................................................24 vs. Portland State (Jan. 27, 1976) Half ........................................ 10 at Oregon State (Feb. 28, 2009 - 2nd Half) ..........................................10 vs. #8 California (Jan. 24, 2009 -1st Half) Season .....................................................................................436 (1973-74)

Game ................................................. 40 (52 att.) vs. Seattle (March 8, 1980) Season .......................................................................579 (884 att.), 1988-89

Free Throws Made (Both Teams) Game ..............................................................61 at Montana (Dec. 16, 1991)

Lowest Scoring Average

Free Throw Attempts

Season ....................................................................................39.6 (1973-74)

Game .............................................52 (40 made) vs. Seattle (March 8, 1980) Season ................................................................... 844 (579 made), 1988-89

Fewest Points Allowed Game ............................................................29 vs. Boise State (Jan. 2, 2001) Half ........................................10 vs. Saint Francis (Pa.) (Nov. 11, 2006 - 1st) Season .....................................................................................523 (1973-74)

Free Throw Attempts (Both Teams)

Lowest Scoring Average Allowed

Free Throw Percentage

Season ....................................................................................47.5 (1973-74)

Game ............................................. 1.000 (16-16) vs. Colorado (Dec. 5, 1981) Season ......................................................................749 (344-459), 2005-06

Game ................................................80 vs. Western Kentucky (Dec. 5, 1997); ...............................................................vs. Oregon State (Feb. 5, 1993)

Matthew Knight Arena Court Records

Game ...............................................................119 at Arizona (Jan. 16, 2010) Season ..................................................................................2,596 (2009-10)

Free Throw Percentage (Both Teams)

Highest Scoring Average Allowed

Rebounds

Season ................................................................... 77.1 (2010-11)

Game ................................ 75 vs. Sacramento State (Nov. 28, 2011) Season ..................................................................................1,422 (1980-81)

Most Points ...................... 26, Amanda Johnson vs. California (Jan. 29, 2011) Most Rebounds ............. 9, Amana Johnson vs. Arizona State (March 3, 2011) Field Goals Made .............. 10, Amanda Johnson vs. California (Jan. 29, 2011) Field Goal Attempts...................20, Ariel Thomas vs. Arizona (March 5, 2011) 3-Point FG Made .................................... 5, Kristi Fallin vs. Oregon State (Jan. 23, 2011) 3-Point FG Attempts.................................. 10, Deanna Weaver vs. USC (Feb. 12, 2011) Free Throws Made .......................6, Ariel Thomas vs. Stanford (Jan. 27, 2011) Free Throw Attempts .......................... 8, Ariel Thomas vs. USC (Feb. 12, 2011) ......................................... 8, Amanda Johnson vs. UCLA (Feb. 10, 2011) Assists ......................................... 9, Nia Jackson vs. California (Jan. 29, 2011) Steals ..........................................5, Ariel Thomas vs. Arizona (March 5, 2011) Blocked Shots ......... 3, Amanda Johnson vs. Oregon State (Jan. 23, 2011)

Offensive Rebounds (Since 1986-87)

McArthur Court Records

Largest Margin of Defeat

Game ..................................................34 vs. Western Oregon (Nov. 13, 2010) Game (Div. I) .......................................................... 30 vs. USC (Feb. 20, 1987) Season .................................................. 496 (1,298 total), 2010-11

Game ........................................................65 at Oregon State (Feb. 25, 1975) Season .............................................................................15.6 avg. (2002-03)

Rebounding Average

Most Points ........................38, Taylor Lilley vs. New Mexico (March 23, 2010) ....................................... 38, Debbie Adams vs. Seattle (March 8, 1980) Most Rebounds ................26, Bev Smith vs. Alaska-Anchorage (Dec. 9, 1978) Field Goals Made ................16, Stefanie Kasperski vs California (Jan. 5, 1990) ....................................... Julie Cushing vs. San Jose State (Dec. 6, 1979) ...............................................Bev Smith vs. Boise State (Jan. 13, 1979) Field Goal Attempts........................... 31, Scarlett Overly, BYU (Dec. 16, 1988) ......................................... 30, Bev Smith vs. Boise State (Jan. 13, 1979) 3-Point FG Made .......................................8, Taylor Lilley vs. Washington (Jan. 1, 2010) ..........................................................8, Chelsea Wagner vs. Arizona (Feb. 9, 2006) 3-Point FG Attempts........................18, Taylor Lilley vs. New Mexico (March 23, 2010) Free Throws Made ......................17, Martha Sheldon, Portland (Jan. 7, 1992) .......................15, Debbie Sporcich vs. New Mexico State (Dec. 7, 1990) Free Throw Attempts ..................23, Martha Sheldon, Portland (Jan. 7, 1992) .......................17, Debbie Sporcich vs. New Mexico State (Dec. 7, 1990) ......................................... 17, Cindy Murphy vs. Stanford (Jan. 9, 1993) Assists ...................... 14, Vanessa Selden vs. New Mexico State (Dec. 7, 1990) Steals ................................. 9, Julie Cushing vs. Oregon State (March 1, 1979) ...................................Julie Cushing vs. Southern Oregon (Jan. 7, 1978) ...............................................Bev Smith vs. Boise State (Jan. 13, 1979) ............................... Wanda Thompson vs. San Jose State (Dec. 6, 1979) Blocked Shots..................12, Stefanie Kasperski vs. California (Feb. 26, 1988)

Most Points Allowed Game ................................................890 (24-26) vs. California (Jan. 2, 1998)

Largest Margin of Victory Game ................................................................81 vs. Hawai’i (Jan. 16, 1979) Season .............................................................................22.2 avg. (1978-79)

Season ....................................................................................49.4 (1978-79)

Field Goals Made Game ................................................ 54 (102 att.) vs. Hawai’i (Jan. 16, 1979) Season .................................................................1,138 (2,261 att.), 1980-81

Rebounding Margin Game ...................................... +40 (72-32) at Portland State (Jan. 25, 1982) Season ........................................................................... +9.3 avg. (1985-86)

Field Goal Attempts Game ............................113 (46 made) vs. Sacramento State (Nov. 28, 2010) Season ............................................................. 2,354 (1,012 made), 2009-10

Assists Game .........................................................32 vs. Santa Clara, (Jan. 29, 1983) Season .....................................................................................617 (1980-81)

Field Goal Percentage Game ................................................. .696 (32-46) at DePaul (Dec. 22, 1999) Season ...................................................................480 (879-1,831), 1988-89

Steals Game ................................................................39 vs. Hawai’i (Jan. 16, 1979) Season .....................................................................................418 (1979-80)

Field Goal Percentage (Half) Game .............................. .750 (18-24) vs. SW Louisiana (Nov. 27, 1985 -1st)

Blocked Shots

Field Goal Percentage Defense

Game .....................................................17 vs. Pacific Christian (Jan. 3, 1982) Season .....................................................................................223 (1982-83)

Game .................................... .183 (11-60) vs. Portland State (Dec. 18, 1999) Season ................................................................. .361 (613-1,696), 2005-06

Three-Point Field Goals Made Game ............................. 15 (27 att.), 2x, last at USC (Jan. 13, 2011) Season .......................................................................284 (799 att.), 2009-10

Three-Point Field Goals Made (Both Teams) Game ..................................... 26 (63 att.) at Washington State (Feb. 5, 2011)

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Game ....................40 (11 made) at Washington State (Feb. 5, 2011) Season ................................................................... 799 (284 made), 2009-10

Three-Point FG Attempts (Both Teams) Game ................................ 65 vs. Sacramento State (Nov. 28, 2011)

Corrie Mizusawa’s layup with 8.2 seconds left gave Oregon a 67-66 victory over 10th-ranked Stanford on Feb. 26, 2004. Mizusawa hit a pair of free throws to pull the Ducks to 66-65 with 21.8 seconds left. Stanford’s Nicole Powell missed a free throw before Mizusawa raced down the court for her game-winning basket.

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SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10s POINTS 1. 2,767 ................................................2009-10 2. 2,688 ................................................1980-81 3. 2,464 ................................................2001-02 4. 2,447 ................................................1979-80 5. 2,388 ................................................1988-89 6. 2,290 ..................................... 2010-11 7. 2,202 ................................................1998-99 2,202 ................................................1986-87 9. 2,197 ................................................1999-00 10. 2,177 ................................................1983-84

STEALS/AVG. 1. 418/14.4...........................................1979-80 2. 410/16.4...........................................1978-79 3. 391/12.2...........................................1980-81 4. 328/10.9 ................................ 2010-11 328/10.6...........................................1998-99 6. 322/9.5.............................................2009-10 7. 291/10.4...........................................1985-86 8. 289/8.2.............................................2001-02 9. 288/9.3.............................................1999-00 10. 282/10.0...........................................1991-92

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .503 ..................................................1980-81 2. .493 ..................................................1979-80 3. .480 ..................................................1988-89 4. .477 ..................................................2001-02 5. .476 ..................................................1993-94 6. .475 ..................................................1985-86 7. .473 ..................................................1983-84 8. .472 ..................................................1982-83 9. .471 .................................................1986-87 10. .463 ...............1999-00; 94-95; 87-88; 81-82

POINTS PER GAME 1. 84.6 ..................................................1978-79 2. 84.4 ..................................................1979-80 3. 84.0 ..................................................1980-81 4. 81.4 ..................................................2009-10 5. 78.6 ..................................................1986-87 6. 77.5 ..................................................1985-86 7. 76.3 ....................................... 2010-11 8. 74.6 ..................................................1988-89 9. 74.3 ..................................................1994-95 10. 73.7 ..................................................1982-83

REBOUNDS/AVG. 1. 1,422/44.4........................................1980-81 2. 1,365/42.7........................................1988-89 3. 1,351/39.7........................................2009-10 4. 1,306/46.6........................................1986-87 5. 1,298/43.3.............................. 2010-11 6. 1,293/36.9........................................2001-02 7. 1,271/43.8........................................1979-80 8. 1,269/45.3........................................1985-86 9. 1,266/43.7........................................1982-83 10. 1,234/49.4........................................1978-89

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .443 ..................................................1988-89 2. .385 ..................................................1987-88 3. .384 ..................................................1989-90 4. .378 ..................................................2006-07 .378 ..................................................1993-94 6. .376 ..................................................1990-91 7. .374 ..................................................2005-06 8. .361 ..................................................2009-10 .361 ..................................................1992-93 10. .355 ..................................................2009-10

ASSISTS/AVG. 1. 617/19.2...........................................1980-81 2. 577/19.8...........................................1982-83 3. 563/20.1...........................................1985-86 4. 553/20.5...........................................1987-88 5. 545/15.6...........................................2001-02 6. 530/16.6...........................................1988-89 7. 528/18.9...........................................1986-87 8. 512/16.5...........................................2004-05 9. 505/14.9...........................................2009-10 10. 495/16.5...........................................1983-84

BLOCKS/AVG. 1. 223/7.6.............................................1982-83 2. 194/7.5.............................................1981-82 3. 188/5.9.............................................1980-81 4. 180/6.0.............................................1983-84 5. 164/6.1.............................................1987-88 6. 157/6.3.............................................1978-79 7. 153/5.5.............................................1986-87 8. 149/4.4.............................................2009-10 9. 148/4.6.............................................1988-89 10. 137/3.9.............................................2001-02

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. .749 ..................................................2005-06 2. .735 ..................................................2008-09 3. .729 ..................................................1999-00 4. .720 ..................................................1994-95 5. .723 ..................................................2007-08 6. .719 ..................................................2006-07 7. .713 ..................................................2009-10 8. .709 ..................................................1997-98 9. .707 ..................................................1995-96 10. .706 ..................................................1993-94

* not available until 1987-88 season

TEAM YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS Year 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79

GP 30 34 30 31 31 29 31 29 28 35 29 31 31 27 29 29 28 29 27 28 28 29 32 27 28 28 28 30 29 26 32 29 25

PTS/PPG/PA 2,290/76.3/77.1 2,767/81.4/76.4 1,699/56.6/67.2 1,814/58.5/59.9 1,946/62.8/60.7 1,852/63.9/58.8 2,030/65.5/60.4 1,765/60.9/65.3 1,864/65.9/70.5 2,464/70.4/65.2 1,983/68.4/63.3 2,197/70.9/62.8 2,202/71.0/59.2 1,929/71.4/66.7 2,006/69.2/59.5 1,898/65.4/59.7 2,081/74.3/67.9 2,100/72.4/66.7 1,869/69.2/73.1 2,036/72.7/74.5 1,976/70.6/74.4 2,131/73.5/71.2 2,388/74.6/69.3 1,921/68.6/67.0 2,202/78.6/66.8 2,171/77.5/64.3 1,927/68.8/66.5 2,177/72.6/65.4 2,137/73.7/69.6 1,873/72.0/59.8 2,688/84.0/63.7 2,447/84.4/68.2 2,114/84.6/62.4

AST/Avg. 426/14.2 505/14.9 312/10.4 382/12.3 395/12.7 412/14.2 512/16.5 402/13.9 405/14.5 545/15.6 426/14.7 486/15.7 491/15.8 340/12.6 456/15.7 404/13.9 418/14.9 430/14.8 363/13.4 423/15.1 383/13.7 443/15.3 530/16.6 553/20.5 528/18.9 563/20.1 465/16.6 495/16.5 577/19.8 372/14.3 617/19.2 483/16.7 320/12.8

ST/Avg. 328/10.9 322/9.5 196/6.5 164/5.3 168/5.4 148/5.1 215/6.9 186/6.4 189/6.8 289/8.2 238/8.2 288/9.3 328/10.6 215/8.0 239/8.2 249/8.6 257/9.2 252/8.7 175/6.5 282/10.0 182/6.5 203/7.0 214/6.8 192/7.1 221/7.9 291/10.4 219/7.8 225/7.5 234/8.0 188/7.2 391/12.2 418/14.4 410/16.4

REB/Avg. 1,298/43.3 1,351/39.7 950/31.7 1,114/35.9 1,058/34.1 1,086/37.4 1,151/37.1 1,000/34.5 948/33.9 1,293/36.9 980/33.8 1,116/36.0 1,122/36.2 898/33.3 1,110/38.3 1,029/35.5 999/35.7 1,087/37.5 903/33.4 1,088/38.9 1,116/39.9 1,180/40.7 1,365/42.7 1,192/42.6 1,306/46.6 1,269/45.3 1,206/43.1 1,222/40.7 1,266/43.7 1,187/45.7 1,422/44.4 1,271/43.8 1,234/49.4

BK/Avg. 122/4.1 149/4.4 67/2.2 53/1.7 96/3.1 115/4.0 114/3.7 89/3.1 93/3.3 137/3.9 126/4.3 129/4.2 133/4.3 75/2.8 111/3.8 110/3.8 109/3.9 61/2.1 40/1.5 58/2.1 63/2.3 130/4.5 148/4.6 164/6.1 153/5.5 91/3.3 96/3.4 180/6.0 223/7.6 194/7.5 188/5.9 115/4.0 157/6.3

FG% .372 .430 .384 .391 .422 .417 .426 .410 .432 .477 .459 .463 .461 .451 .456 .433 .463 .476 .457 .434 .435 .441 .480 .463 .471 .475 .447 .473 .472 .463 .503 .493 .460

3PT/3P% 256/.323 284/.355 151/.329 178/.327 176/.378 174/.374 177/.344 131/.342 162/.347 194/.318 139/.333 103/.293 113/.326 98/.321 102/.349 102/.304 86/.300 146/.378 155/.361 131/.329 132/.376 81/.384 51/.443 30/.385 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FT/FT% 406/.687 459/.713 342/.735 344/.723 388/.719 344/.749 391/.665 347/.647 308/.667 440/.685 386/.686 450/.729 545/.692 521/.709 452/.630 448/.707 479/.720 530/.706 422/.696 381/.680 424/.665 454/.696 579/.686 361/.670 460/.673 385/.648 369/.640 449/.687 321/.698 408/.697 412/.635 452/.671 326/.601

• Note: Team records incomplete/missing from 1977-78 and 1976-77

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TEAM & UNIVERSITY AWARDS Most Valuable Player 2011 Nia Jackson 2010 Taylor Lilley 2009 Micaela Cocks 2008 Taylor Lilley 2007 Eleanor Haring 2006 Chelsea Wagner 2005 Andrea Bills Cathrine Kraayeveld 2004 Andrea Bills 2003 Alissa Edwards 2002 Team 2001 Angelina Wolvert 2000 Shaquala Williams 1999 Team 1998 Natalie Hughes 1997 Arianne Boyer 1996 Arianne Boyer Renae Fegent 1995 Renae Fegent 1994 Missy Croshaw Debbie Sporcich Sara Wilson 1993 Debbie Sporcich 1992 Staci Wallenborn 1991 Debbie Sporcich 1990 Stefanie Kasperski 1989 Stefanie Kasperski 1988 Stefanie Kasperski 1987 Lauri Landerholm 1986 Lauri Landerholm 1985 Lauri Landerholm 1984 Alison Lang 1983 Alison Lang 1982 Alison Lang Best Defensive Player 2011 Nia Jackson 2010 Nia Jackson 2009 Lindsey Saffold 2008 Kaela Chapdelaine 2007 Kaela Chapdelaine 2006 Kedzie Gunderson Tamika Nurse 2005 Not awarded 2004 Kedzie Gunderson 2003 Alissa Edwards 2002 Edniesha Curry 2001 Alissa Edwards 2000 Lindsey Dion 1999 Lisa Bowyer 1998 Lisa Bowyer 1997 Lisa Bowyer 1996 Cindie Edamura 1995 Cindie Edamura Jessica Schutt 1994 Debbie Sporcich Sara Wilson Most Improved Player 2011 Kristi Fallin 2010 Victoria Kenyon 2009 Jasmin Holliday 2008 Ellie Manou 2007 Mary Sbrissa 2006 Cicely Oaks 2005 Not awarded 2004 Eleanor Haring 2003 Amy Taylor 2002 Cathrine Kraayeveld 2001 Alissa Edwards 2000 Jamie Craighead

1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Ndidi Unaka Sonja Curtis Natasha O’Brien Jenny Mowe Kirsten McKnight Betty Ann Boeving Cindie Edamura Sandie Edwards

Arianne Boyer (1994-97) was a two-time Pac-10 First Team selection, and also made the Pac-10 all-academic team twice during her career. Following the 1997 and 1996 seasons, she was named Oregon’s Most Valuable Player.

Harry Ritchie Scholar-Athlete Award Awarded to a player for her athletic and scholastic ability.

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Amanda Johnson Amanda Johnson Micaela Cocks Ellie Manou Mary Sbrissa Mary Sbrissa Eleanor Haring Corrie Mizusawa Corrie Mizusawa Amy Taylor Kourtney Shreve Kourtney Shreve Nicole Strange Natasha O’Brien Natasha O’Brien Betty Ann Boeving Cindie Edamura Renae Fegent Renae Fegent Betty Ann Boeving Cindie Edamura Sara Wilson Peggy Swadener Staci Wallenborn Kelly Blair Stefanie Kasperski Jacquie Semeniuk Stefanie Kasperski Stefanie Kasperski Gabi Neumann Lauri Landerholm Gabi Neumann Lauri Landerholm Helen Higgs Helen Higgs Mary Ann Stoican Mary Ann Stoican

Green and Gold Award Awarded for contributions on and off the court.

2011 2010 2008 2007 2006

2005 2004

Laura Stanulis Ellyce Ironmonger Andria Wenzel Natasha Ruckwardt Tyler Larson Ryan Spiegel David Van Der Haeghen Eric Wilson Allison McNeill Mike McNeill Cathrine Kraayeveld

Most Inspirational Player (discontinued after 2003)

2003 2002

Kourtney Shreve Alissa Edwards

Most Valuable Newcomer 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Camber Ellingson Nicole Strange Nicole Strange Kirsten McKnight Shannon Thorne Courtney Kanegae Sally Crowe Missy Croshaw Sara Wilson Missy Croshaw Trina McCartney Jacquie Semeniuk Trina McCartney Sheila Sattiewhite Carol Drouet Sue Brown Carol Drouet Chris Metzger Helen Higgs Helen Higgs Angie Snider Allison Towriss Cindy Anderson

(discontinued after 2003)

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

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UNIVERSITY AWARDS Jackson Award Awarded annually by the athletic department to the University of Oregon’s top female senior studentathlete. Sponsored by Ross and Muriel Jackson. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Melissa Gergel, track Keshia Baker, track Anna Poponyak, lacrosse Jen May, lacrosse Nicole Garbin, soccer Caitlin Gamble, soccer Daria Panova, tennis Jenn Poore, softball Becky Holliday, track Chalise Baysa, soccer Lindsey Dion, basketball Anika Heuser, golf Marie Davis/Kaarin Knudson, track Jennifer Thomas, track Arianne Boyer, basketball LaReina Woods, track Camara Jones, track Sara Wilson, basketball Erika Klein, cross country/track Tracey Simmons, softball Lynn Yonemoto, golf Stefanie Kasperski, basketball Penny Graves, cross country/track Annette Hand, cross country/track Lauri Landerholm, basketball Sue Harbour, volleyball Leann Warren, cross country/track Lisa Martin, cross country/track Tina Helm, swimming Bev Smith, basketball Allison Towriss, basketball

Emerald Athletic Trophy Awarded annually to a University of Oregon student on the basis of outstanding achievement in the fields of athletics, scholarship and citizenship. Sponsored jointly by the Athletic Department and the Oregon Daily Emerald.

The 1994 team MVP and winner of the Harry Ritchie-Scholar Athlete Award that same year, Sara Wilson (1991-94), was a two-time Pac-10 all-academic selection. Wilson participated with the U.S. Junior Team in 1992, and her .554 (346-624) career shooting percentage at UO ranks fourth all-time. 90

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Jordan Holmes, football Ashton Eaton, track Galen Rupp, track/cross country Dennis Dixon, football Jordan Kent, football, basketball, track Eric Mitchum, track Cathrine Kraayeveld, basketball Luke Jackson, basketball Santiago Lorenzo, track Joey Harrington, football Jerilyn White, golf A.D. Smith, basketball Josh Bidwell, football Jeremy Ensrud, wrestling Chris Nelson, track Kevin Roberts, wrestling Camara Jones, track Kelly Blair, track Ronnie Harris, football/track Bob Gray, track Bill Musgrave, football Terry Obee, football Glenn Jarrett, wrestling

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1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951

Keith Balderston, basketball Harold Kuphaldt, track Dub Myers, track Sue Harbour, volleyball Ryan Zinke, football Kevin Lusk, football Bev Smith, basketball Alberto Salazar, track Mike Ritchey, baseball Rudy Chapa, track Scott McEldowney, gymnastics Greg Ballard, basketball Ron Lee, basketball Joe Percival, gymnastics Don Reynolds, football/baseball Guy Krause, baseball Steve Prefontaine, track Pete Shmock, track Bob Newland, football John Miller, wrestling Arne Kvalheim, track Jim Smith, football Neil Steinhauer, track Ken Moore, track Corky Sullivan, football Dick Imwalle, football Steve Barnett, football Mike Rose, football Dave Grosz, football Dave Edstrom, track Wimp Hastings, basketball/baseball Jim Bailey, track Phil McHugh, football/baseball Lon Stiner, football Pete Williams, baseball Ron Lowell, tennis Jim Livesay, baseball John Hutchins, track Jack Keller, basketball/baseball

Doyle Higdon Memorial Trophy Awarded annually to a University of Oregon sophomore for excellence in athletics, scholarship and citizenship. The trophy is named in honor of a former football and track star who was killed prior to his junior year at Oregon. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Jordan Hasay, track Amanda Johnson, basketball Monika Graf, golf Nicole Blood/Andrew Wheating, track Jessie Chatfield, soccer Jen May, lacrosse Tommy Skipper, track Eric Mitchum, track Daria Panova, women’s tennis Luke Jackson/Luke Ridnour, basketball Santiago Lorenzo, track Shaquala Williams, basketball Brianne Meharry, basketball Dietrich Moore, football Marie Davis, cross country/track Milena Glusac, cross country/track Kenya Wilkins, basketball Rick Cantwell, track LaReina Woods, volleyball/track Camara Jones, track


History & Records

UNIVERSITY, CONFERENCE & NATIONAL AWARDS 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961

Kelly Blair, basketball/track Dan Vidlak, wrestling Bill Musgrave, football Stefanie Kasperski, basketball Scott Kozak, football Keith Balderston, basketball Deanna Schiedler, track Sue Harbour, volleyball Kathy Hayes, track Eugene Young, football Leann Warren, track Bev Smith, basketball Melanie Batiste, track Rudy Chapa, track Sally Blickle, basketball/softball Jack Henderson, football Greg Ballard, basketball Ron Lee, basketball Don Reynolds, football/baseball Guy Krause, baseball Steve Prefontaine, track Tom Graham, football Larry Holliday, basketball John Miller, wrestling Gary Schultz, baseball John Pinkstaff, basketball Keith Lampard, baseball Bob Mitchell, wrestling Terry DeSylvia, football Ted Abram, track Vic Reeve, track

Dyrol Burleson, track George Larson, track Mike Forrester, track Steve Anderson, track John Raventos, football Phil McHugh, football/basketball

ALL-AMERICANS Kodak 2002 Shaquala Williams, G (HM) 2000 Shaquala Williams, G (HM) 1998 Natalie Hughes, G (HM) 1982 Bev Smith, G/F 1981 Bev Smith, G/F

Becky L. Sisley Award Named after the University’s first director of women’s intercollegiate athletics from 1973 to 1979, it is awarded annually to a former women’s athlete commemorating community involvement, career development and support of University ideals.

Associated Press 2002 Shaquala Williams, G (HM) 1999 Shaquala Williams, G (HM) 1997 Arianne Boyer, F (HM) 1995 Sally Crowe, G (HM)

1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

2001 2000

Helen (Zech) Higgins, women’s tennis Sarah Grall, women’s tennis Lauri Landerholm, basketball Charlene Carter, field hockey/club soccer June Liu, softball Kim Roth Geelan, cross country/track Bev Smith, basketball Sally Blickle-Cassidy, basketball/softball Krista Parent, softball Tama Cuddeback Rowan, swimming Mary L. Brorby, volleyball/softball/ basketball Diane Smith, field hockey/softball/ basketball Peg Rees, basketball/softball/volleyball Shelley Briggs, field hockey

All-District 2005 Cathrine Kraayeveld, F 2002 Shaquala Williams, G 2000 Shaquala Williams, G 1998 Natalie Hughes, G 1987 Lauri Landerholm, G 1986 Lauri Landerholm, G 1984 Alison Lang, C 1983 Alison Lang, C 1982 Alison Lang, C Bev Smith, G/F 1981 Debbie Adams, F Bev Smith, G/F 1980 Debbie Adams, F Bev Smith, G/F 1979 Debbie Adams, F Bev Smith, G/F 1978 Julie Cushing, F COACH OF THE YEAR Pacific-10 1999 Jody Runge 1994 Jody Runge NWBL 1981 1980 1979

Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny

Women’s Basketball News Service 1998 Jody Runge

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1999

1998 1997 1996 1995

1994 1990 1989 1988 1987

All-Pac-10 Media Team 2011 Nia Jackson, G Amanda Johnson, F 2010 Taylor Lilley, G Micaela Cocks, G NorPac 1986 Lauri Landerholm, G (1st) • Gabi Neumann, C (2nd) 1985 Lauri Landerholm, G (1st) Gabi Neumann, C (HM) 1984 Alison Lang, C (1st) • Lauri Landerholm, G (2nd)# 1983 Alison Lang, C (1st) • Chris Metzger, F (HM) NWBL 1982 1981 1980

District VIII 1994 Jody Runge ALL-CONFERENCE Pac-10 Player of the Year 2000 Shaquala Williams, G 1987 Lauri Landerholm, G

1979

1978 All-Pac-10 2011 Nia Jackson, G Amanda Johnson, F (HM) 2010 Taylor Lilley, G Micaela Cocks, G Amanda Johnson, F (HM) 2009 Micaela Cocks, G (3rd) Taylor Lilley, G (HM) 2008 Taylor Lilley, G (3rd) Kaela Chapdelaine, G (HM) 2007 Eleanor Haring (HM) 2006 Chelsea Wagner (HM) 2005 Andrea Bills, C (1st) Cathrine Kraayeveld, F (1st) 2004 Andrea Bills, C (HM) 2003 Alissa Edwards, G (HM) Carolyn Ganes, C (HM) Cathrine Kraayeveld, F (HM) 2002 Shaquala Williams, G (1st) Edniesha Curry, G (HM) 2001 Angelina Wolvert, F (1st)

Brianne Meharry, F (HM) Shaquala Williams, G (1st) Angelina Wolvert, F (1st) Lindsey Dion, G/F (HM) Brianne Meharry, F (HM) Shaquala Williams, G (1st) Brianne Meharry, F (HM) Jenny Mowe, C (HM) Natasha O’Brien (HM) Natalie Hughes, G (1st) Arianne Boyer, F (1st) Renae Fegent, C (HM) Arianne Boyer, F (1st) Renae Fegent, C (1st) Sally Crowe, G (1st) Renae Fegent, C (1st) Arianne Boyer, F (HM) Debbie Sporcich, F (1st) Stefanie Kasperski, C (1st) Stefanie Kasperski, C (1st) Stefanie Kasperski, C (1st) Lauri Landerholm, G (1st) Gabi Neumann, F/C (2nd)

Bev Smith, G/F (1st) • Alison Lang, C (1st) Bev Smith, G/F (1st) • Debbie Adams, F (1st) Bev Smith, G/F (1st) • Debbie Adams, F (1st) Suzanne Washington, G (1st) Julie Cushing, F (HM) Bev Smith, G/F (1st) Julie Cushing, F (2nd) Suzanne Washington, G (2nd) Debbie Adams, F (HM) Julie Cushing, F (1st)

Pac-10 Freshman of the Year 1999 Shaquala Williams, G Pac-10 All-Freshman 2011 Deanna Weaver, G/F (HM) 2009 Jasmin Holliday, G/F (HM) Amanda Johnson, F (HM) 2008 Nicole Canepa, F/C (HM) 2007 Taylor Lilley, G (HM) 2006 Tamika Nurse, G (HM) 2005 Kristen Forristall, F 2004 Eleanor Haring, F 2003 Carolyn Ganes, C 2002 Andrea Bills, C (HM) 2000 Kourtney Shreve, G (HM) 1999 Shaquala Williams, G 1998 Brianne Meharry, F Angelina Wolvert, F 1997 Jenny Mowe, C 1994 Arianne Boyer, F

Oregon’s all-time leader in career points (2,252) and blocks (425), field goal percentage (.590) and double-figure scoring games (108), Alison Lang (1981-84), was a three-time MVP (198284) for the Ducks, and also was named to the NorPac first team (1983 & 84) on two occasions.

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TEAM & UNIVERSITY AWARDS 1991 1990 1987

Debbie Sporcich, F Vanessa Selden, G Stefanie Kasperski, C 1995

• Player of the Year # Newcomer of the Year

ACADEMIC HONORS CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 2011 Amanda Johnson, F (1st) 2010 Amanda Johnson, F (2nd) 1990 Stefanie Kasperski, C (1st) 1989 Stefanie Kasperski, C (1st) 1982 Bev Smith, G/F (3rd) 1980 Bev Smith, G/F (2nd)

1993

U.S. Basketball Writers Scholar-Athlete of the Year 1990 Stefanie Kasperski, C

1991

Academic All-Pac-10 2011 Amanda Johnson, F (1st) Laura Stanulis, G (1st) Kristi Fallin, G (HM) 2010 Amanda Johnson, F (1st) Micaela Cocks, G (HM) Taylor Lilley, G (HM) 2009 Micaela Cocks, G (HM) Ellie Manou, F (HM) 2008 Kaela Chapdelaine, G (HM) Micaela Cocks, G (HM) Taylor Lilley, G (HM) 2007 Kaela Chapdelaine, G (HM) Carolyn Ganes, C (HM) Eleanor Haring, F (HM) 2006 Kaela Chapdelaine, G (HM) Carolyn Ganes, C (HM) Eleanor Haring, F (HM) Gabrielle Richards, C (HM) 2005 Corrie Mizusawa, G (1st) Cathrine Kraayeveld, F (2nd) Kaela Chapdelaine, G (HM) Eleanor Haring, F (HM) 2004 Corrie Mizusawa, G (1st) Carolyn Ganes, F/C (HM) 2003 Kourtney Shreve, G (2nd) Cathrine Kraayeveld, F (HM) Amy Taylor, G (HM) 2002 Jamie Craighead, G (HM) Cathrine Kraayeveld, F (HM) Kourtney Shreve, G (HM) Ndidi Unaka, F (HM) Shaquala Williams, G (HM) 2001 Brianne Meharry, F (2nd) Jamie Craighead, G (HM) Lindsey Dion, G/F (HM) Kourtney Shreve, G (HM) Ndidi Unaka, F (HM) 2000 Nicole Strange, G/F (2nd) Lindsey Dion, G/F (HM) Brianne Meharry, F (HM) 1999 Natasha O’Brien, G (1st) Sonja Curtis, F (HM) Lindsey Dion, G/F (HM) Nicole Strange, G/F (HM) 1998 Mendy Benson, F (2nd) Sonja Curtis, F (HM) Kirsten McKnight, G (HM) Natasha O’Brien, F (1st) Nicole Strange, G/F (HM) 1997 Betty Ann Boeving, F (1st) Cindie Edamura, G (1st) Renae Fegent, C (1st) Mendy Benson, F (2nd) Arianne Boyer, F (2nd) Sonja Curtis, F (HM) 1996 Betty Ann Boeving, F (1st) Cindie Edamura, G (1st) Renae Fegent, C (1st)

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1989

1988

1987

Arianne Boyer, F (2nd) Mendy Benson, F (HM) Kirsten McKnight, G (HM) Betty Ann Boeving, F (2nd) Cindie Edamura, G (2nd) Missy Croshaw, G (1st) Sara Wilson, C (1st) Sara Wilson, C (1st) Missy Croshaw, G (2nd) Jennifer Johansen, G (HM) Peggy Swadener, G (HM) Kelly Blair, G (2nd) Iesha Smith, G/F (HM) Missy Croshaw, G (HM) Peggy Swadener, G (HM) Sara Wilson, C (HM) Jenny Campbell, G (HM) Peggy Swadener, G (HM) Stefanie Kasperski, C (1st) Trina McCartney, F (2nd) Jacquie Semeniuk, G (2nd) Michelle Eble, G (HM) Stefanie Kasperski, C (1st) Trina McCartney, F (2nd) Jacquie Semeniuk, G (2nd) Brooke Allen, G (HM) Tori Baker, G (HM) Michelle Eble, G (HM) Stefanie Kasperski, C (1st) Jacquie Semeniuk, G (2nd) Michelle Eble, G (HM) Lauri Landerholm, G (1st) Gabi Neumann, F (1st)

In 2005, Cathrine Kraayeveld was named to the All-District team and was voted team co-MVP along with Andrea Bills after leading the Ducks to the NCAA Tournament averaging 14.7 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. For the last seven years, Kraayeveld has played in the WNBA for the New York Liberty and the Chicago Sky.

NCAA Post-Graduate Scholar ship 2000 Nicole Strange, G 1997 Renae Fegent, C 1990 Stefanie Kasperski, C NATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS Olympians 2008 Micaela Cocks, G (New Zealand) 1996 Bev Smith, G/F (Canada) 1984 Alison Lang, C (Canada) Bev Smith, G/F (Canada) 1980 Alison Lang, C (Canada) Bev Smith, G/F (Canada) U.S. Junior Team 1997 Jenny Mowe, C 1996 Jenny Mowe, C 1992 Sara Wilson, C Pan American Games 1979 Alison Lang, C (Canada) Bev Smith, G/F (Canada) R. Williams Jones Cup 1997 Jody Runge, Asst. Coach (USA) 1993 Sara Wilson, C (USA) 1984 Carol Bot, C (Canada) 1980 Diane Hiemstra, G/F (USA) U.S. Olympic Festival 1991 Debbie Sporcich, F Sara Wilson, C 1981 Diane Hiemstra, G/F Angie Snider, G/F World Championships 2005 Carolyn Ganes, C (Canada) Kaela Chapdelaine, G (Canada) 1979 Alison Lang, C (Canada) Bev Smith, G/F (Canada) U-19 World Championships 2007 Ellie Manou, F (Australia) 2005 Tamika Nurse, G (Canada)

World University Games 2007 Eleanor Haring, F (Australia) 2006 Kaela Chapdelaine, G (Canada) 2005 Kaela Chapdelaine, G (Canada) 2004 Kaela Chapdelaine, G (Canada) 2001 Shaquala Williams (USA) 1981 Alison Lang, C (Canada) 1979 Alison Lang, C (Canada) Bev Smith, G/F (Canada) Canadian Junior Team 1986 Jacquie Semeniuk, G 1978 Alison Lang, C Bev Smith, G/F West German Junior Team 1985 Stefanie Kasperski, C West German National Team 1983 Gabi Neumann, C 1984 Gabi Neumann, C 1986 Stefanie Kasperski, C WNBA DRAFTEES 2005 Cathrine Kraayeveld, F 27th pick (San Antonio) 2003 Shaquala Williams, G, 30th pick (Cleveland) 2002 Edniesha Curry, G, 41st pick (Charlotte) 2001 Jenny Mowe, C, 21st pick

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(Portland) Angelina Wolvert, F, 43rd pick (Cleveland) PROFESSIONAL DUCKS Andrea Bills (Lithuania, Spain, China, Ukraine, Isreal) Kaela Chapdelaine (France) Edniesha Curry (Charlotte, Phoenix, Washington) Brandi Davis (Los Angeles) Renae Fegent (France) Kris Glidden (Belgium, France) Helen Higgs (Germany) Natalie Hughes (Australia) Stefanie Kasperski (Japan) Cathrine Kraayeveld (N.Y.) Lauri Landerholm (France) Alison Lang (Italy) Taylor Lilley (Phoenix Mercury) Jenny Mowe (Portland, Poland, China, Washington, South Korea, L.A.) Gabi Neumann (Germany) Amy Pettersen (Australia) Vanessa Selden (Spain) Bev Smith (Italy) Angie Snider (Germany) Debbie Sporcich (Belgium, Italy, Spain, Seattle) Shaquala Williams (Cleveland, L.A.) Sara Wilson (Australia, Sweden) Angelina Wolvert (Cleveland, Italy)


History & Records

POSTSEASON HISTORY NCAA Tournament 2005 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1987 1984 1982

Oregon 58, TCU 55 Baylor 69, Oregon 46 Iowa 89, Oregon 82 (OT) UAB 80, Oregon 79 (OT) Oregon 65, Cincinnati 56 Iowa State 85, Oregon 70 Rutgers 79,Oregon 76 Oregon 80, San Diego State 68 Tennessee 76, Oregon 59 Wisconsin 74, Oregon 60 Louisville 67, Oregon 65 Oregon 74, Santa Clara 59 Colorado 92, Oregon 71 Oregon 75, E. Washington 56 Ohio State 76, Oregon 62 San Diego State 70, Oregon 63 Missouri 59, Oregon 53 NCAA Tournament Record: 5-12

First Round Second Round First Round First Round First Round Second Round First Round First Round Second Round First Round First Round First Round Second Round First Round Second Round First Round First Round

Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Salt Lake City, Utah Eugene, Ore. Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Ames, Iowa Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Athens, Ga. Eugene, Ore. Boulder, Colo. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. San Diego, Calif. Eugene, Ore.

Oregon won the 2002 WNIT championship on March 27, 2002. Then just a sophomore, Cathrine Kraayeveld defeated Houston, 54-52, with a last-second basket at Mac Court.

Women’s National Invitation Tournament 2010

Oregon 95, Eastern Washington 66 Oregon 93, New Mexico 67 California 71, Oregon 57

2007

2002

Oregon 70, UC Santa Barbara 54 Wyoming 64, Oregon 62 Oregon 71, Saint Mary’s 61 Oregon 50, Oregon State 48 Oregon 77, Washington 73 Oregon 65, Michigan State 54 Oregon 54, Houston 52 WNIT Record: 8-2

First Round Second Round Third Round First Round Bye Second Round Third Round First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Laramie, Wyo. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Seattle, Wash. Eugene, Ore. Eugene, Ore.

Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship Quarterfinals Semifinals Consolation

Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas

First Round Second Round First Round Second Round

Eugene, Ore. Nacogdoches, Texas Eugene, Ore. Los Angeles, Calif.

Corrie Mizusawa was a part of Oregon’s 2005 NCAA Tournament squad. She was a two-time Pac-10 all-academic selection as well as a two-time Harry Ritchie Scholar-Athlete Award winner. Her 389 career assists in just three seasons rank fifth all-time.

National Women’s Invitational Tournament 1989

1979

Oregon 82, DePaul 77 Oregon 93, Toledo 63 Oregon 67, San Diego State 64 Oregon 85, Minnesota 74 South Carolina 85, Oregon 63 Oregon 81, N. Kentucky 72 NWIT Record: 5-1

AIAW Tournament 1980 1980 1981 1981

Oregon 86, Kentucky 81 Stephen F. Austin 76, Oregon 53 Oregon 74, Colorado 67 USC 67, Oregon 64 AIAW Tournament Record: 2-2 Overall Postseason Record: 20-17 (.541)

Oregon Championships 2001-02 1999-00 1998-99 1988-89 1985-86 1983-84 1981-82 1979-80

Women’s National Invitation Tournament Pacific-10 Conference Pacific-10 Conference (Co-Champions) National Women’s Invitational Tournament Northern Pacific Athletic Conference (Co-Champions) Northern Pacific Athletic Conference Northwest Women’s Basketball League Northwest Women’s Basketball League AIAW Region IX

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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES Missouri 59, Oregon 53

San Diego State 70, Oregon 63

Oregon 75, Eastern Washington 56

First Round March 13, 1982 McArthur Court · Eugene, Ore.

First Round March 16, 1984 Peterson Gym · San Diego, Calif.

First Round March 11, 1987 McArthur Court · Eugene, Ore.

SAN DIEGO STATE AZTECS (70) MN FG FT R F A T S TP Arceneaux 30 1-4 1-1 10 4 1 2 1 3 Hutchinson 40 15-32 3-5 16 4 1 8 10 33 Wallace 22 3-5 1-1 4 4 0 1 0 7 Stack 29 4-8 0-1 1 1 6 3 3 8 Overton 27 3-4 2-2 5 1 5 4 0 8 Coleman 7 0-0 2-2 1 2 0 0 0 2 Blackman 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Duncan 26 4-12 1-2 5 3 2 1 2 9 Perczynski 14 0-2 0-0 2 0 3 1 0 0 Totals 200 30-63 10-14 44 19 18 21 16 70

EASTERN WASHINGTON EAGLES (56) MN FG FT R Gaubinger 39 2-6 0-0 5 Smith 39 10-15 0-0 0 Danner 28 2-10 4-4 5 Souther 37 6-18 0-0 13 Johal 39 6-16 0-0 3 Stewart 1 0-1 0-0 0 Karnes 1 0-1 0-0 0 Hattemer 1 0-0 0-0 0 Coleman 1 0-0 0-0 0 Vietz 1 0-0 0-0 0 Devoir 13 0-4 0-0 3 Totals 200 26-71 4-4 31

OREGON DUCKS (63) MN FG Metzger 32 6-17 Pettersen 23 0-2 Lang 40 9-14 McDuffie 40 5-10 Tennant 39 3-8 Carver 1 0-0 Higgs 24 4-8 Neal 1 0-0 Totals 200 27-59

OREGON DUCKS (75) MN FG FT Glidden 24 3-7 6-9 Neumann 32 6-11 3-3 Kasperski 30 8-14 0-0 Drouet 37 5-11 2-3 Landerholm 32 5-9 2-2 Semeniuk 23 3-6 0-0 Neal 1 0-0 0-0 Sattiewhite 18 1-5 0-2 Giguiere 1 0-1 0-0 Evans 1 0-0 0-0 Eble 1 0-0 0-0 Totals 200 31-64 13-19

MISSOURI TIGERS (59) MN FG FT R F Walker 38 6-15 2-2 7 1 Davis 26 5-14 1-2 7 4 Ferret 24 3-13 2-3 3 1 Hollins 20 0-6 1-2 3 3 McFerrin 30 2-4 6-9 2 3 Schwander 28 3-9 2-2 7 5 Brueggestrass 12 2-7 2-2 6 5 Totals 200 21-69 17-24 40 23

A T S 0 3 3 1 4 0 1 2 3 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 3 3 1 4 2 5 21 14

OREGON DUCKS (53) MN FG FT R F A T Bernhardt 16 1-2 0-0 2 4 1 6 Stoican 35 2-4 0-0 2 5 0 1 Lang 40 6-10 12-12 20 3 2 6 Trask 36 2-4 2-2 0 4 1 4 Smith 37 2-16 5-7 8 3 7 7 Metzger 19 2-4 2-3 7 2 0 4 Higgs 13 0-1 2-2 2 1 0 2 Harris 4 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 200 15-42 23-26 44 22 11 31

TP 14 11 8 1 10 8 12 59

S TP 0 2 0 4 1 24 0 6 1 9 0 6 0 2 0 0 2 53

Halftime — Missouri 25, Oregon 22 FG Percentage — Oregon .357, Missouri .304 FT Percentage — Oregon .885, Missouri .708 Attendance — 5,032

S 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 6

TP 12 0 22 11 7 0 11 0 63

Halftime — San Diego State 38, Oregon 29 FG Percentage — Oregon .466; Missouri .476 FT Percentage — Oregon .450; Missouri .714 Technical Fouls — Oregon (Bench) Attendance — 1,520

Oregon 74, Santa Clara 59

Colorado 92, Oregon 71

Second Round March 14, 1987 McArthur Court · Eugene, Ore.

First Round March 16, 1994 McArthur Court · Eugene, Ore.

Second Round March 19, 1994 Coors Events Center · Boulder, Colo.

OREGON DUCKS (62) MN FG Glidden 24 1-6 Neumann 30 6-14 Kasperski 31 6-11 Drouet 25 1-5 Landerholm 36 7-22 Semeniuk 22 2-3 Neal 1 0-0 Sattiewhite 28 4-6 Giguiere 3 0-1 Totals 200 27-68

SANTA CLARA BRONCOS (59) MN FG FT Coleman 26 2-6 2-2 Silvernail 37 5-15 3-5 Bailey 21 3-3 0-0 Baldwin 19 1-7 0-0 Ressa 29 5-13 2-2 Smith 12 1-1 0-0 Chiamparino 24 5-15 0-2 Riedman 19 0-0 0-0 Gonzales 7 0-1 0-0 Hollowell 3 0-0 0-0 Meadough 1 0-0 0-0 Silacci 1 0-0 0-0 Hurley 1 0-0 0-0 Totals 200 22-61 7-11

R 2 11 2 2 7 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 32

F 4 4 4 4 1 4 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 31

A 1 3 0 3 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12

T 2 5 3 0 2 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 19

S 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

TP 7 13 6 3 14 2 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 59

OREGON DUCKS (74) MN FG FT Schutt 38 3-10 4-4 Boyer 28 4-5 4-4 Wilson 36 8-14 7-11 Healea 27 1-2 6-7 Croshaw 36 3-7 4-5 Murphy 6 0-0 0-0 Miller 11 3-5 0-0 Edwards 11 0-0 2-4 Boeving 2 0-0 0-0 Edamura 4 0-0 0-0 Sandvold 1 0-0 0-0 Totals 200 22-43 27-35

R 3 4 13 4 4 0 2 3 0 0 0 36

F 2 5 2 3 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 19

A 0 1 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 8

T 2 4 2 3 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 18

S 2 0 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 8

TP 11 12 23 8 12 0 6 2 0 0 0 74

FT R F A T 3-4 7 2 0 0 2-4 5 2 1 2 0-1 3 2 0 2 0-0 2 1 5 1 3-4 11 5 9 7 0-0 1 2 3 1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0-0 1 2 2 1 0-0 1 0 1 0 8-13 31 17 21 14

S 1 0 3 0 1 1 0 3 0 9

Halftime — Ohio State 35, Oregon 29 FG Percentage — Oregon .397; Ohio State .541 FT Percentage — Oregon .615; Ohio State .625 Attendance — 5,157

TP 5 14 12 2 17 4 0 8 0 62

TP 15 18 5 14 12 0 2 0 10 0 76

R 8 13 10 3 6 5 0 1 2 0 0 50

A 3 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 10

T 3 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

S 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

TP 4 20 8 12 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 56

F 2 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 8

A 1 0 0 7 6 2 1 2 0 0 0 19

T 4 3 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 12

S 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 7

TP 12 15 16 12 12 6 0 2 0 0 0 75

Halftime — Oregon 34, Eastern Washington 24 FG Percentage — Oregon .484, Eastern Washington .366 FT Percentage — Oregon .684, Eastern Washington 1.000 Attendance — 2,731

Ohio State 76, Oregon 52

OHIO STATE BUCKEYES (76) MN FG FT R F A T S Strine 35 7-16 1-1 7 4 2 3 2 Hall 32 8-12 2-2 14 4 4 5 1 Dombkowski 35 2-5 1-4 6 4 1 1 2 Sanford 36 5-9 4-6 1 0 9 4 3 Cline 36 5-11 2-2 6 2 5 1 3 Johnson 5 0-1 0-1 0 1 0 1 0 Smith 6 1-1 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 Sanchez 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 Lowry 11 5-6 0-0 4 0 1 3 0 Gilkey 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 200 33-61 10-16 42 17 22 19 11

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FT R F A T 0-0 8 4 1 4 0-0 2 3 1 0 4-8 10 1 0 7 1-2 1 2 5 4 1-2 3 2 10 2 0-0 0 0 0 0 3-8 6 5 0 4 0-0 0 0 1 2 9-20 32 17 18 23

F 2 3 4 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 17

Halftime — Santa Clara 38, Oregon 36 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 3-6 (Schutt 1-2, Healea 0-1, Croshaw 2-3), Santa Clara 8-33 (Coleman 1-4, Silvernail 0-2, Baldwin 1-5, Ressa 2-9, Chiamparino 4-13) FG Percentage Oregon .512, Santa Clara .361 FT Percentage Oregon .771, Santa Clara .636 Attendance — 7,691

OREGON DUCKS (71) MN FG Boyer 33 4-8 Schutt 32 3-11 Wilson 17 3-6 Healea 36 5-11 Croshaw 32 8-12 Edwards 16 0-0 Sporcich 11 1-2 Miller 4 0-1 Murphy 8 2-3 Edamura 8 1-1 Boeving 3 1-2 Totals 200 28-57

FT 1-2 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 8-10

R 2 3 3 4 5 2 3 0 1 0 2 28

F 3 4 5 4 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 23

A 1 2 0 3 6 0 0 1 0 1 1 15

T 1 2 5 1 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 17

S 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4

TP 9 7 8 13 21 0 4 0 4 2 3 71

COLORADO BUFFALOES (92) MN FG FT Lang 31 10-14 6-8 Scholz 9 1-2 1-1 Palmer 34 7-7 2-2 Thomas 26 5-9 4-5 Sheetz 36 3-12 8-8 Jones 20 1-3 6-6 Weathers 15 1-2 3-6 Scott 17 2-3 0-1 Slokar 6 0-1 0-0 Jacobs 3 0-1 0-0 Stanish 3 0-0 0-0 Totals 200 30-54 30-37

R 1 2 4 6 2 5 2 3 2 0 1 33

F 1 5 1 2 2 0 1 4 0 0 0 16

A 2 1 8 5 5 4 0 1 0 0 0 26

T 3 1 0 1 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 12

S 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 5

TP 26 3 17 14 15 8 5 4 0 0 0 92

Halftime — Colorado 51, Oregon 37 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 7-21 (Schutt 1-5, Healea 1-7, Croshaw 5-7, Sporcich 0-1, Boeving 0-1), Colorado 2-9 (Palmer 1-1, Sheetz 1-6, Slokar 0-1) FG Percentage — Oregon .491, Colorado .556 FT Percentage — Oregon .800, Colorado .811 Technical Fouls — Oregon (Bench, Wilson) Attendance — 11,199

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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES Louisville 67, Oregon 65

Wisconsin 74, Oregon 60

Oregon 80, San Diego State 68

First Round March 17, 1995 Georgia Coliseum · Athens, Ga.

First Round March 15, 1996 Memorial Coliseum · Nashville, Tenn.

First Round March 15, 1997 Thompson-Boling Arena · Knoxville, Tenn.

S 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 4

TP 19 21 2 17 0 0 4 4 67

OREGON DUCKS (60) MN FG FT R F Boeving 30 4-10 0-0 4 1 Boyer 32 4-8 9-12 4 5 Fegent 32 4-10 3-4 6 3 Bowyer 34 3-8 1-2 4 5 Edamura 40 3-8 0-0 7 1 Curtis 21 2-3 0-0 4 1 Benson 3 0-1 0-0 0 0 McKnight 6 1-1 0-0 0 0 Brewster 2 0-1 0-0 1 1 Totals 200 21-50 13-18 30 17

OREGON DUCKS (65) MN FG FT R F A T S Schutt 36 2-7 0-0 2 4 5 1 0 Boyer 36 6-16 7-10 12 3 2 2 3 Fegent 38 6-14 2-3 13 2 1 2 1 Edamura 38 5-9 2-2 2 2 3 3 3 Crowe 37 5-12 1-1 3 2 3 4 2 Healea 5 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 0 Edwards 6 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 1 1 Boeving 4 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 200 25-60 12-16 36 15 14 13 10

TP 5 19 14 13 12 0 0 2 65

WISCONSIN BADGERS (74) MN FG FT R F A T S Klapperich 31 7-11 2-5 7 4 1 1 3 Boston 29 0-2 2-2 3 2 2 3 0 Franke 35 10-18 4-4 5 3 2 1 3 Anderson 35 2-11 6-6 1 1 7 0 1 Voigt 34 4-10 0-0 5 0 4 3 1 Wiersma 16 4-4 0-0 6 0 2 2 1 Hartwig 5 1-1 0-0 0 3 0 1 1 Cattanach 11 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 Rhodes 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 200 28-58 14-17 33 13 18 11 12

LOUISVILLE CARDINALS (67) MN FG Mattox 36 7-16 Scott 32 9-13 Martin 26 1-3 Inman 37 6-10 Glanton 21 0-3 Cloudy 18 0-2 Smith 8 1-4 Ludwig 22 2-5 Totals 200 26-56

FT R F A T 1-2 6 1 2 3 3-5 3 4 1 1 0-0 7 3 1 1 0-0 5 3 4 3 0-0 4 3 1 4 0-0 0 1 7 2 1-2 3 2 0 0 0-0 5 1 0 3 5-9 36 18 16 17

Halftime — Oregon 34, Louisville 31 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 3-10 (Schutt 1-5, Edamura 1-1, Crowe 1-3, Boeving 0-1), Louisville 10-20 (Mattox 4-9, Scott 0-1, Inman 5-6, Smith 1-4) FG Percentage — Oregon .417, Louisville .464 FT Percentage — Oregon .750, Louisville .556 Attendance — 1,512

A T 0 2 1 3 0 3 2 4 3 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 18

S 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 5

TP 11 17 12 7 7 4 0 2 0 60

TP 16 2 24 10 12 8 2 0 0 74

Halftime — Wisconsin 34, Oregon 28 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 5-8 (Boeving 3-4, Fegent 1-1, Edamura 1-1, Bowyer 0-2), Wisconsin 4-8 (Voigt 4-7, Cattanach 0-1) FG Percentage — Oregon .420, Wisconsin .483 FT Percentage — Oregon .722, Wisconsin .824 Attendance — 4,145

SAN DIEGO STATE AZTECS (68) MN FG FT R F A T DiCamilli 35 3-5 1-4 7 4 2 3 Nowlin-Tres 39 9-16 2-3 4 4 1 3 Bale 17 0-0 1-2 0 2 0 1 Wright 39 3-4 2-2 1 5 6 2 Rucker 35 7-19 3-5 4 3 1 1 Zukauskaite 11 2-3 0-0 0 0 0 1 Woods 23 2-4 0-0 3 4 1 4 Sledge 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 200 26-51 9-16 19 22 11 15

S 0 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 7

TP 7 24 1 10 17 5 4 0 68

OREGON DUCKS (80) MN FG FT R F A T Hughes 33 6-13 4-5 5 3 2 3 Boyer 37 8-16 3-7 11 3 3 2 Fegent 33 6-8 2-2 10 1 1 1 Bowyer 34 3-5 5-8 2 2 3 3 Edamura 29 0-0 2-2 3 1 1 2 Mowe 9 3-4 0-0 3 0 0 0 Benson 18 3-5 0-0 0 3 0 2 Strange 4 1-1 0-0 0 0 1 1 McKnight 3 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 2 Totals 200 30-52 16-24 37 14 11 16

S 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 5

TP 17 19 14 13 2 6 7 2 0 80

Halftime — Oregon 39, San Diego State 29 3-pt. Field Goals — San Diego State 7-15 (Nowlin-Tres 4-7, Wright 2-2, Rucker 0-5, Zukauskaite 1-1), Oregon 4-9 (Hughes 1-4, Bowyer 2-2, Benson 1-3) FG Percentage — San Diego State .510, Oregon .577 FT Percentage — San Diego State .563, Oregon .667 Attendance — 6,456

Tennessee 76, Oregon 59

Rutgers 79, Oregon 76

Second Round March 17, 1997 Thompson-Boling Arena · Knoxville, Tenn.

First Round March 14, 1998 Hilton Coliseum · Ames, Iowa

OREGON DUCKS (59) MN FG Benson 26 1-8 Boyer 39 6-11 Fegent 31 6-10 Hughes 32 7-15 Bowyer 24 0-1 Edamura 27 2-4 Mowe 17 2-4 Oliveira 2 0-0 Boeving 2 1-1 Totals 200 25-54

FT R F A T 0-0 6 2 1 2 0-1 6 3 2 6 4-4 3 3 2 3 0-0 1 3 3 4 0-0 1 4 3 2 0-0 1 1 2 2 0-0 3 1 0 1 0-0 1 0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 4-5 25 17 14 20

TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS (76) MN FG FT R F Holdsclaw 40 10-15 4-8 12 1 Conklin 20 6-11 202 4 3 Thompson 32 3-5 7-8 7 3 Elzy 23 0-4 0-0 4 2 Greene 33 4-6 2-2 0 0 Johnson 24 2-4 3-4 2 1 Laxton 9 0-0 0-0 0 0 Jolly 15 1-2 0-0 1 1 Stephens 4 0-1 0-0 0 2 Totals 200 26-49 18-24 31 13

S 3 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 9

TP 2 12 16 18 0 5 4 0 2 59

A T S 5 7 3 0 1 1 1 1 3 2 3 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 18 10

TP 24 18 13 0 11 7 0 3 0 76

Halftime — Tennessee 36, Oregon 30 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 5-13 (Benson 0-2, Boyer 0-1, Hughes 4-8, Edamura 1-2), Tennessee 6-12 (Holdsclaw 0-1, Conklin 4-7, Greene 1-2, Jolly 1-2) FG Percentage — Oregon .463, Tennessee .531 FT Percentage — Oregon .800, Tennessee .750 Attendance — 6,191

Natalie Hughes (left) and Lisa Bowyer battle for a loose ball against Tennessee during the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

OREGON DUCKS (76) MN FG FT R F A T Hughes 37 3-11 2-2 3 4 6 2 O’Brien 35 5-12 1-2 7 3 0 2 Wolvert 33 6-9 11-14 10 2 1 5 Bowyer 12 0-0 0-0 3 1 4 1 Curtis 34 5-10 6-7 2 3 0 0 Piers 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 1 Benson 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 Strange 19 2-4 0-0 4 0 2 1 McKnight 19 2-3 4-4 2 3 0 1 Dion 4 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 Totals 200 23-50 24-29 33 17 15 15

S 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

TP 9 13 23 0 17 0 0 4 10 0 76

RUTGERS SCARLET KNIGHTS (79) MN FG FT R F A T Lillard 21 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 2 Miles 31 5-12 3-5 17 4 1 1 Clemente 18 1-3 0-0 4 5 0 1 Young 33 8-18 2-2 1 0 2 1 Pointer 29 7-11 3-6 5 4 7 1 Gilmore 12 0-3 0-0 1 2 1 1 Eggleston 7 0-1 0-0 0 3 0 0 Honeycutt 4 1-1 0-0 2 0 0 1 Stewart 25 5-13 1-2 4 0 1 1 Boonen 4 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 Sutton-Brown 16 3-6 2-3 4 5 0 1 Totals 200 30-69 11-18 40 25 12 10

S 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 2 8

TP 0 13 2 23 17 0 0 2 14 0 8 79

Halftime — Oregon 40, Rutgers 40 3-pt. Field Goals — Rutgers 8-20 (Young 5-10, Stewart 3-8, Pointer 0-1, Gilmore 0-1), Oregon 6-11 (McKnight 2-2, O’Brien 2-4, Curtis, 1-1, Hughes 1-4) FG Percentage — Oregon .460, Rutgers .435 FT Percentage — Oregon .828, Rutgers .611 Attendance — 9,221

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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES Oregon 65, Cincinnati 56

Iowa State 85, Oregon 70

UAB 80, Oregon 79 (OT)

First Round March 12, 1999 Hilton Coliseum · Ames, Iowa

Second Round March 14, 1999 Hilton Coliseum · Ames, Iowa

First Round March 17, 2000 McArthur Court · Eugene, Ore.

CINCINNATI BEARCATS (56) MN FG FT R F A T Stocks 22 1-2 0-0 3 4 2 0 Scott 35 6-13 3-3 4 2 0 2 Kirk 24 1-4 0-0 5 1 1 1 Slaise 35 3-17 4-4 4 3 6 7 Roberson 33 3-9 0-0 4 4 4 3 Wilder 7 1-1 0-3 1 2 0 0 Groeber 16 3-5 1-3 5 2 0 2 Merriweather 16 1-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 Perry 12 2-5 2-3 0 1 0 2 Totals 200 21-57 10-16 30 19 13 16 OREGON DUCKS (65) MN FG FT R F O’Brien 23 4-7 0-0 5 3 Meharry 38 5-10 4-7 13 2 Wolvert 28 7-9 2-4 9 3 Williams 39 6-12 4-4 2 2 Bowyer 30 1-5 4-4 0 3 Piers 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Strange 16 1-6 0-0 2 1 Dion 11 0-0 0-0 1 0 Mowe 13 1-3 0-0 3 1 Curtis 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 Totals 200 26-49 18-24 31 13

S 0 1 1 5 2 0 1 0 0 3

A T S 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 4 3 2 3 1 3 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 8 18 10

TP 3 15 2 35 6 2 16 2 7 56

TP 9 14 16 16 6 0 2 0 2 0 76

OREGON DUCKS (70) MN FG FT R F A T O’Brien 30 3-8 0-0 2 2 1 2 Meharry 32 1-4 1-2 2 4 1 3 Wolvert 15 1-6 2-2 1 1 0 0 Williams 39 6-12 0-0 2 4 3 2 Bowyer 38 4-11 3-3 3 5 7 6 Strange 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Dion 10 1-3 1-2 2 0 2 1 Mowe 24 9-9 2-3 6 4 3 3 Curtis 9 0-1 2-2 0 3 0 1 Totals 200 25-54 11-14 24 23 18 18

S 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 9

TP 8 3 4 16 13 0 4 20 2 70

IOWA STATE CYCLONES (85) MN FG FT R F A T Gahan 29 2-5 5-6 7 3 1 2 Huelman 28 2-5 0-0 1 1 1 0 Welle 29 7-13 7-8 10 2 1 2 Frese 36 3-10 5-7 3 1 8 7 Taylor 35 5-9 0-0 5 2 4 0 Haugen 20 1-2 3-4 2 1 0 1 Homeyer 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Robson 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Shriver 1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Cizek 1 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 0 Francis 19 9-13 0-2 5 3 1 3 Totals 200 29-58 21-29 38 13 16 15

S 1 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 8

TP 9 5 21 12 12 6 0 0 0 1 19 85

Halftime — Iowa State 48, Oregon 38 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 9-26 (Williams 4-10, O’Brien 2-4, Bowyer 2-8, Dion 1-3, Curtis 0-1), Iowa State 6-15 (Taylor 2-4, Haugen 1-1, Huelman 1-2, Francis 1-3, Frese 1-3, Gahan 0-2) FG Percentage — Iowa State .500, Oregon .463 FT Percentage — Iowa State .724, Oregon .786 Attendance — 11,719

Halftime — Oregon 38, Cincinnati 30 3-pt. Field Goals — Cincinnati 4-11 (Slaise 2-6, Perry 1-1, Stocks 1-2, Kirk 0-1, Roberson 0-1), Oregon 1-10 (O’Brien 1-3, Williams 0-6, Bowyer 0-1) FG Percentage — Cincinnati .368, Oregon .481 FT Percentage — Cincinnati .625, Oregon .737 Attendance — 12,337

S 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 5

TP 32 8 4 6 19 5 6 0 80

OREGON DUCKS (79) MN FG FT R F A T Wolvert 40 4-11 4-5 6 2 3 1 Mowe 19 2-3 1-2 6 2 0 2 Williams 43 6-15 3-3 4 4 5 3 Craighead 39 5-11 0-0 5 4 1 0 Strange 40 4-7 2-2 4 0 3 3 Piers 1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 Shreve 8 1-2 0-0 2 3 0 2 Fredrick 3 0-3 0-0 1 1 0 0 Moore 6 0-1 0-0 1 1 1 1 Unaka 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Meharry 24 8-13 3-5 4 2 2 1 Totals 225 30-67 13-17 36 20 15 13

S 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

TP 12 5 17 13 10 0 3 0 0 0 19 79

Halftime — UAB 39, Oregon 38 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 6-15 (Craighead 3-6, Williams 2-5, Shreve 1-2, Moore 0-1, Wolvert 0-1), UAB 6-17 (Thrash 3-3, D. Jackson 1-5, Holland 1-5, Stallings 1-2, L. Jackson 0-2) FG Percentage — Oregon .448, UAB .453 FT Percentage — Oregon .765, UAB .640 Attendance — 7,672

Iowa 89, Oregon 82 (OT)

Oregon 58, TCU 55

First Round March 17, 2001 Jon M. Huntsman Center · Salt Lake City, Utah

First Round March 19, 2005 Bank of America Arena · Seattle, Wash.

OREGON DUCKS (82) MN FG FT R F A T Dion 38 6-14 4-4 6 4 5 1 Wolvert 36 8-13 1-2 13 3 3 4 Mowe 29 6-9 5-8 12 4 1 6 Craighead 42 4-22 0-0 2 2 4 2 Edwards 44 3-6 0-0 1 2 2 0 Shreve 4 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 Fredrick 4 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 1 Unaka 6 1-3 0-0 0 1 0 0 Meharry 22 3-6 0-1 7 5 3 1 Totals 225 32-75 12-17 45 23 18 15

S 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 4

TP 16 18 17 11 8 2 0 2 8 82

OREGON DUCKS (58) MN FG FT R F A T Forristall 22 1-4 2-2 7 3 0 2 Kraayeveld 36 7-12 6-7 5 2 1 4 Bills 31 4-12 2-3 8 2 2 4 Mizusawa 40 0-1 0-0 3 2 8 3 Davis 24 2-8 1-2 2 2 0 2 Richards 15 3-5 2-5 6 4 0 0 Chapdelaine 16 0-2 2-2 4 1 1 1 Okwumabua 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Haring 12 2-5 0-0 0 0 2 1 Totals 200 19-49 15-21 43 16 14 16

S 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 6

TP 4 23 10 0 7 8 2 0 4 58

IOWA HAWKEYES (89) MN FG FT R F A T Magner 23 1-3 4-4 3 1 0 3 Lillis 36 3-11 3-4 6 5 2 2 Peterson 31 7-9 5-8 7 3 4 3 Meder 43 7-16 7-8 1 2 2 0 Consuegra 41 5-11 2-2 4 4 7 3 Watson 11 0-2 0-1 3 0 0 0 Berdo 25 3-8 2-5 2 0 0 1 Bullock 15 3-4 0-0 6 4 0 2 Totals 225 29-64 23-29 38 19 15 14

S 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 2 9

TP 7 9 19 25 13 0 10 6 89

TCU HORNED FROGS (55) MN FG FT R F Newton 28 2-5 3-4 4 3 Davis 24 1-4 5-5 1 3 Irvin 32 5-19 4-4 7 5 Lacy 36 4-13 1-2 5 3 Butler-Rayford 13 0-3 1-2 1 2 Baker 18 1-6 0-0 3 2 Knight 24 0-1 0-0 1 1 Clementino 23 2-6 5-6 7 1 Goodwin 2 1-1 0-0 2 1 Totals 200 16-58 19-23 39 21

S 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 8

TP 7 8 14 10 1 3 0 10 2 55

Halftime — Iowa 39, Oregon 35 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 6-29 (Craighead 3-21, Edwards 2-5, Wolvert 1-1, Dion 0-1, Meharry 0-1), Iowa 8-15 (Meder 4-7, Berdo 2-5, Magner 1-2, Consuegra 1-1) FG Percentage — Oregon .455, Iowa .444 FT Percentage — Oregon .706, Iowa .793 Attendance — 3,119

Jamie Craighead scores on her only two-point field goal attempt in the Ducks’ overtime loss vs. Iowa at the NCAA Tournament in 2001. 96

UAB BLAZERS (80) MN FG FT R F A T D. Jackson 45 12-23 7-12 10 2 1 3 Holland 35 2-9 3-4 1 1 1 1 Smith 19 2-4 0-1 6 5 0 1 L. Jackson 38 2-11 2-2 5 2 8 5 Thrash 35 6-10 4-6 5 3 1 2 Stallings 27 2-3 0-0 0 2 0 1 Rhodes 24 3-4 0-0 6 2 0 0 Brown 2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 Totals 225 29-64 16-25 39 18 11 13

A T 0 2 0 0 1 4 4 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 7 12

Halftime — Oregon 27, TCU 27 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 5-15 (Kraayeveld 3-6, Davis 2-5, Forristall 0-2, Chapdelaine 0-1, Haring 0-1), TCU 4-15 (Davis 1-4, Baker 1-3, Lacy 1-3, Clementino 1-2, Irvin 0-2, Knight 0-1) FG Percentage — Oregon .388, TCU .276 FT Percentage — Oregon .714, TCU .826 Attendance — 3,094

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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES Baylor 69, Oregon 46 Second Round March 21, 2005 Bank of America Arena · Seattle, Wash. OREGON DUCKS (46) MN FG FT R F A T Forristall 27 1-4 0-0 5 2 3 1 Kraayeveld 38 3-11 8-9 8 2 0 3 Bills 18 4-8 0-3 4 5 0 3 Mizusawa 37 1-2 3-6 1 1 8 5 Davis 27 3-10 0-0 0 2 0 2 Richards 18 2-3 1-3 5 2 0 4 Chapdelaine 13 0-2 0-0 1 2 0 4 Okwumabua 3 0-1 1-2 0 0 0 1 Oaks 3 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 Shetters 5 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 Haring 11 1-1 0-0 2 2 0 1 Totals 200 15-44 13-23 33 23 11 24

S TP 1 3 1 15 1 8 1 5 0 7 2 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 8 46

BAYLOR BEARS (69) MN FG FT R F A T S Young 30 11-19 3-4 8 2 2 4 5 Wabara 22 2-5 0-3 5 5 1 1 1 Blackmon 27 7-13 3-4 6 2 1 6 1 Whitaker 34 1-2 0-0 3 2 2 1 5 Scott 20 0-7 0-0 6 0 4 1 1 Jones 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Ononiwu 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 Fox 4 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 1 0 Wyatt 20 3-6 0-0 1 1 2 1 2 Jones 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Tisdale 3 0-1 2-2 0 1 1 0 0 Davis 5 2-2 3-3 0 0 0 1 0 Hamerly 3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 Niemann 26 2-5 0-0 4 3 3 1 2 Totals 200 28-61 11-16 37 17 16 17 18

TP 25 4 17 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 2 8 0 5 69

Halftime — Baylor 34, Oregon 18 3-pt. Field Goals — Oregon 3-14 (Davis 1-5, Kraayeveld 1-4, Forristall 1-3, Mizusawa 0-1, Oaks 0-1), Baylor 2-8 (Niemann 1-3, Davis 1-1, Scott 0-3, Wyatt 0-1) FG Percentage — Oregon .341, Baylor .459 FT Percentage — Oregon .565, Baylor .688 Attendance — 3,010

Andrea Bills takes it to the hole in Oregon’s 58-55 upset of 23rd-ranked TCU during the first round of the 2005 NCAA Tournament.

Gabrielle Richards drives against eventual national champion Baylor in the second round of the 2005 NCAA Tournament.

NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS TEAM RECORDS Points Most: 80 vs. San Diego State, 3-15-97 Opponents: 92 by Colorado, 3-19-94 Fewest: 46 vs. Baylor, 3-21-05 Opponents: 55 by TCU, 3-19-05 Most, Half: 41, second half vs. Eastern Washington, 3-11-87; second half vs. San Diego State, 3-15-97 Opponents: 51, first half by Colorado, 3-19-94 Fewest, Half: 18 vs. Baylor, 3-21-05 Opponents: 21, second half by Santa Clara, 3-16-94

Field Goals Made: 31 vs. Eastern Washington, 3-11-87 Opponents: 33 by Ohio State, 3-14-87 Attempted: 75 vs. Iowa, 3-17-01 Opponents: 71 by Eastern Washington, 3-11-87 Best Pct.: .577 (30-52), vs. San Diego State, 3-15-97 Opponents: .556 (30-54), by Colorado, 3-19-94 Worst Pct.: .341 (15-44), vs. Baylor, 3-21-05 Opponents: .276 (16-58), by TCU, 3-19-05 Best Percentage, Half: .682 (15-22), first half vs. San Diego State, 3-15-97

Three-Point Field Goals Made: 9 vs. Iowa State, 3-14-99 Opponents: 10 by Louisville, 3-17-95 Attempted: 29 vs. Iowa, 3-17-01 Opponents: 33 by Santa Clara, 3-16-94 Best Percentage: .625 (5-8), vs. Wisconsin, 3-15-96 Opponents: .500 (10-20), by Louisville, 3-17-95; Wisconsin, 3-15-96; Tennessee, 3-17-97

Free Throws Made: 27 vs. Santa Clara, 3-16-94 Opponents: 30 by Colorado, 3-19-94 Attempted: 35 vs. Santa Clara, 3-16-94 Opponents: 37 by Colorado, 3-19-94 Best Pct.: .885 (23-26), vs. Missouri, 3-13-82 Opponents: 1.000 (4-4), by Eastern Washington, 3-11-87 Worst Pct.: .450 (9-20), vs. San Diego State, 3-16-84 Opponents: .556 (5-9), by Louisville, 3-17-95 Best Percentage, Half: 1.000 (2-2), second half vs. Tennessee, 3-17-97 Opponents: 1.000 (2-2), first and second half by Eastern Washington, 3-11-87

Miscellaneous Rebounds: 50 vs. Eastern Washington, 3-11-87

Opponents: 44 by San Diego State, 3-16-84 Assists: 21 vs. Ohio State, 3-14-87 Opponents: 26 by Colorado, 3-19-94 Steals: 10 vs. Louisville, 3-17-95, vs. Cincinnati, 3- 12-99 Opponents: 18 by Baylor, 3-21-05 Blocked Shots: 7 vs. TCU, 3-19-05; Eastern Washington, 3-11-87 Opponents: 6 by TCU, 3-19-05 Most Turnovers: 31 vs. Missouri, 3-13-82 Opponents: 21 by San Diego State, 3-16-84; Missouri, 3-13-82 Fewest Turnovers: 12 vs. Eastern Washington, 3-11-87 Opponents: 9 by Eastern Washington, 3-11-87

Three-Point Field Goals Made: 5, Missy Croshaw vs. Colorado, 3-19-94 Opponents: 5, Tomora Young (Rutgers), 3-14-98; Marla Inman (Louisville), 3-17-95 Attempted: 21, Jamie Craighead vs. Iowa, 3-17-01 Opponents: 13, Colette Chiamparino (Santa Clara), 3-16-94

Free Throws Made: 12, Alison Lang vs. Missouri, 3-13-82 Opponents: 8, Shelley Sheetz (Colorado), 3-19-94 Attempted: 14, Angelina Wolvert vs. Rutgers, 3-14-98 Opponents: 12, Deanna Jackson (UAB), 3-17-00

Miscellaneous

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Points Most: 24, Alison Lang vs. Missouri, 3-13-82 Opponents: 33, Hutchinson (San Diego State), 3-16-84

Field Goals Made: 9, Alison Lang vs. San Diego State, 3-16-84; Jenny Mowe vs. Iowa State, 3-14-99 Opponents: 15, Hutchinson (San Diego State), 3-16-84 Attempted: 22, Lauri Landerholm vs. Ohio State, 3-14-87 Opponents: 32, Hutchinson (San Diego State), 3-16-84

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Rebounds: 20, Alison Lang vs. Missouri, 3-13-82 Opponents: 17, Linda Miles (Rutgers), 3-14-98 Assists: 10, Lauri Tennant vs. San Diego State, 3-16-84 Opponents: 9, Geneva Sanford (Ohio State), 3-14-87 Steals: 4, Lauri Tennant vs. San Diego State, 3-16-84 Opponents: 10, Hutchinson (San Diego State), 3-16-84 Blocked Shots: 5, Angelina Wolvert vs. UAB, 3-17-00; Renae Fegent vs. Wisconsin, 3-15-96; Stefanie Kasperski vs. Eastern Washington, 3-11-87 Opponents: 6, Sandora Irvin (Baylor), 3-21-05

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CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RECORDS Team Records Points Most in a game ...........................................................................89 vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most by both teams in a game ...............................179: Arizona 90, Oregon 89 (March 9, 2011) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ....................................................221 (2002, 3 games) Most in the tournament, average (min. 2 games) ....................................73.7 (2002, 3 games) Most in first half .............................................................36, 2x, last vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most in second half .....................................................................53 vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most in overtime ....................................................................................................................NA Fewest in a game ...............................................................43 vs. Washington (March 12, 2009) Fewest by both teams in a game ...................101: Arizona State 54, Oregon 47 (March 6, 2005) Fewest in first half..............................................................19 vs. Arizona State (March 3, 2002) Fewest in second half .........................................................18 vs. Arizona State (March 6, 2005) Fewest Allowed in a game ..........................................45 vs. Washington State (March 7, 2008) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ..........................................104 (2005, 2 games) Lowest average allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ...........................52.0 (2005, 2 games) Largest winning margin ........................... 21: Oregon 66, Washington State 45 (March 7, 2008) Field Goals Most in a game ...........................................................................36 vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most by both teams in a game .................................71: Oregon 36, Arizona 35 (March 9, 2011) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................83 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game ...............................................................17 vs. Washington (March 12, 2009) Fewest by both teams in a game .....................36: Arizona State 18, Oregon 18 (March 6, 2005) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ............................................37 (2005, 2 games) Field Goal Attempts Most in a game ...........................................................................83 vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most by both teams in a game ...............................160: Oregon 83, Arizona 77 (March 9, 2011) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ....................................................172 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game ...............................................................49 vs. Arizona State (March 6, 2005) Fewest by both teams in a game .............. 99: Oregon 54, Washington State 45 (March 7, 2008) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ..........................................103 (2008, 2 games) Field Goal Percentage Highest in a game ....................................... .532 (33-62) vs. Washington State (March 1, 2002) Highest by both teams in a game .................................................475, Oregon (33-62), Washington State (25-60), March 1 ,2002 Highest in the tournament (min. 2 games) ................................ .429 (48-112), 2008 (2 games) Lowest in a game ............................................... .309 (17-55) vs. Washington (March 12, 2009) Lowest by both teams in a game.....339, Oregon (18-49), Arizona State (18-57), March 6, 2005 Lowest Allowed in the tournament (min. 2 games) ................... .308 (37-120), 2005 (2 games) Three-Point Field Goals Most in a game ................................................................9, 2x, last vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most by both teams in a game .........................15, 2x, last Oregon 9, Arizona 6 (March 9, 2011) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................16 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game .................................................................1 vs. Arizona State (March 6, 2005) Fewest by both teams in a game ...........................3: Arizona State 2, Oregon 1 (March 6, 2005) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ............................................. 4 (2005, 2 games) Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Most in a game ...........................................................................26 vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most by both teams in a game .....................42, 2x, last Oregon 26, Arizona 16 (March 9, 2011) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................48 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game .................................................................8 vs. Arizona State (March 6, 2005) Fewest by both teams in a game ...................... 18: Arizona State 10, Oregon 8 (March 6, 2005) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ............................................22 (2005, 2 games) 98

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Highest in a game ..............................................................529 (9-17) vs. USC (March 12, 2010) Highest by both teams in a game..................419: Oregon (4-13), Arizona (9-18) March 3, 2006 Highest in the tournament (min. 2 games) ................................. .395 (15-38), 2008 (2 games) Lowest in a game ....................................................125 (1-8) vs. Arizona State (March 6, 2005) Lowest by both teams in a game...........167: Oregon (2-14), Washington (2-12), March 5, 2005 Lowest Allowed in the tournament (min. 2 games) ....................... .181 (4-22), 2005 (2 games) Free Throws Most in a game ....................................................................18 vs. Washington (March 2, 2002) Most by both teams in a game ..........................31: Oregon 18, Washington 13 (March 2, 2002) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................39 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game ...................................................................... 5 vs. California (March 3, 2007) Fewest by both teams in a game ................. 15: Washington State 9, Oregon 6 (March 7, 2008) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ............................................22 (2008, 2 games) Free Throw Attempts Most in a game ....................................................................24 vs. Washington (March 2, 2002) Most by both teams in a game ..............................43: California 22, Oregon 21 (March 5, 2004) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................56 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game ..................................................10, 3x, last vs. Washington (March 12, 2009) Fewest by both teams in a game .....................25: Washington 15, Oregon 10 (March 12, 2009) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ........................................... 37 (2005, 2 games) Free Throw Percentage Highest in a game .......................................................900 (9-10) vs. California (March 8, 2008) Highest by both teams in a game....867: Oregon (10-12), Arizona State (16-18), March 6, 2005 Highest in the tournament (min. 2 games) .................................. .800 (24-30), 2005 (2 games) Lowest in a game ........................................................455 (5-11) vs. California (March 3, 2007) Lowest by both teams in a game................. .517 (15-29) vs. Washington State (March 7, 2008) Rebounds Most in game .................................................................54, 2x, last vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most both teams in game ........................................96: Oregon 54, Arizona 42 (March 9, 2011) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ....................................................104 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game .....................................................................29 vs. California (March 5, 2004) Fewest by both teams in a game .............. 62: Oregon 37, Washington State 25 (March 7, 2008) Largest margin in game ....................................19: Oregon 54, Washington 35 (March 5, 2005) Largest margin in tournament (min. 2 games) ..............................+8 (86-74), 2005 (2 games) Fewest Allowed in tournament (min 2 games) ............................................66 (2008, 2 games) Most offensive rebounds in game ...............................................20 vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Most offensive rebounds in the tournament (min. 2 games)........................39 (2002, 3 games) Fewest offensive rebounds in game .....................................7 vs. Arizona State (March 6, 2005) Fewest offensive rebounds Allowed in tournament (min. 2 games).............22 (2008, 2 games) Most defensive rebounds game ...........................................36 vs. Washington (March 5, 2005) Most defensive rebounds in tournament......................................................65 (2002, 3 games) Fewest defensive rebounds in game ...........................16 vs. Washington State (March 1, 2002) Fewest defensive rebounds allowed in tournament (min 2 games.............. 44 (2008, 2 games) Highest rebounding average in tournament (min.2 games) .....................43.0 (2005, 2 games) Assists Most in a game .............................................................................. 19 vs. UCLA (March 8, 2003) Most by both teams in a game .....................................34: USC 18, Oregon 16 (March 12, 2010) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................41 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game .................................................................9 vs. Arizona State (March 3, 2002) Fewest by both teams in a game .........................18: Oregon 12, Washington 6 (March 5, 2005) Highest average in tournament (min. 2 games) ........................................13.7 (2002, 3 games)

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CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RECORDS Blocked Shots Most in a game .......................................................6, 3x, last vs. Arizona State (March 3, 2002) Most by both teams in a game .....................12: Oregon 6, Washington State 6 (March 1, 2002) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................18 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game ....................................................1, 3x, last vs. Washington (March 12, 2009) Fewest by both teams in a game .................................1, 2x, last ORE: 1, WSU 0 (March 7, 2008) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ..............................................1 (2008, 2 games) Highest average in tournament (min. 2 games) ..........................................6.0 (2002, 3 games) Steals Most in a game .......................................................... 11 vs. Washington State (March 1, 2002) Most by both teams in a game .......................................22: UCLA 18, Oregon 4 (March 8, 2003) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................27 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game .................................................................3 vs. Arizona State (March 6, 2005) Fewest by both teams in a game ....................8: Oregon 6, Washington State 2 (March 7, 2008) Fewest allowed in tournament (min. 2 games) ............................................10 (2008, 2 games) Highest average in tournament (min. 2 games) ..........................................9.0 (2002, 3 games) Personal Fouls Most in a game ...........................................................21, 2x, last vs. California (March 3, 2007) Most by both teams in a game ..........................42: Washington 22, Oregon 20 (March 2, 2002) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ..................................................... 55 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game ...............................................................14, 2x, last vs. USC (March 12, 2010) Fewest by both teams in a game ................................. 27: Oregon 14, USC 13 (March 12, 2010) Fewest in tournament (min. 2 games) .........................................................30 (2005, 2 games) Turnovers Most in a game .............................................................................. 25 vs. UCLA (March 8, 2003) Most by both teams in a game ....................... 40: Oregon 21, Arizona State 19 (March 3, 2002) Most in the tournament (min. 2 games) ......................................................58 (2002, 3 games) Fewest in a game .....................................................................16 vs. California (March 5, 2004) Fewest by both teams in a game ...........................30: Oregon 17, California 13 (March 8, 2008) Fewest in tournament (min. 2 games) .........................................................34 (2008, 2 games)

Individual Points Game ....................................................................29, Ariel Thomas vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Tournament .................................................................. 59, Shaquala Williams (2002, 3 games) Tournament average (min. 2 games) .....................................22.0 Taylor Lilley (2008, 2 games) Field Goals Game ....................................................................11, Ariel Thomas vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Tournament .................................................................. 21, Shaquala Williams (2002, 3 games)

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts Game ............................................9, 2x, last Taylor Lilley vs. Washington State (March 7, 2008) Tournament .................................................................. 18, Shaquala Williams (2002, 3 games) Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: (min. 3 made per game) Game ........................................... .750 (3-4), 3x, last Danielle Love vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Tournament ............................................................. .667 (6-9), Micaela Cocks (2008, 2 games) Free Throws Game ....................................................7, Cathrine Kraayeveld vs. Washington (March 2, 2002) Tournament ................................................................12, Cathrine Kraayeveld (2002, 3 games) Free Throw Attempts Game ....................................................8, Cathrine Kraayeveld vs. Washington (March 2, 2002) Tournament ................................................................15, Cathrine Kraayeveld (2002, 3 games) Free Throw Percentage Game (min. 8 made) ..............................................................................................................NA Tournament (min. 10 made) ....................... 1.000 (11-11), Shaquala Williams (2002, 3 games) Rebounds Game ...................................................14, 3x, last Nicole Canepa vs. California (March 8, 2008) Tournament ............................................................... 29, Cathrine Kraayeveld (2002, 3 games) Offensive Rebounds Game .........................................................5, 2x, last Danielle Love vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Tournament ..................................................................9, Cathrine Kraayeveld (2002, 3 games) Defensive Rebounds Game ...................................................11, 2x, last Nicole Canepa vs. California (March 8, 2008) Tournament ................................................................20, Cathrine Kraayeveld (2002, 3 games) Rebounding Average Tournament (min. 2 games).......................................9.7, Cathrine Kraayeveld (2002, 3 games) Assists Game .................................7, 2x, last Kaela Chapdelaine vs. Washington State (March 7, 2008) Tournament .................................................................. 12, Shaquala Williams (2002, 3 games) Assist Average Tournament (Min. 2 games).........................................5.5, Kaela Chapdelaine (2008, 2 games) Blocked Shots Game ...............................................................3, 3x, last Andrea Bills vs. UCLA (March 8, 2003) Tournament .............................................................................. 7, Andrea Bills (2002, 3 games)

Field Goal Attempts Game .............................................................24, Amanda Johnson vs. Arizona (March 9, 2011) Tournament .................................................................. 52, Shaquala Williams (2002, 3 games)

Blocked Shot Average Tournament (Min. 2 games)................................................... 2.3, Andrea Bills (2002, 3 games)

Field Goal Percentage (min. 6 made per game) Game ...........................................778 (7-9), Ellie Manou vs. Washington State (March 7, 2008) Tournament ..............................................................722 (13-18), Andrea Bills (2005, 2 games)

Steals Game ............................................................................4, 3x, last Nia Jackson (March 12, 2010) Tournament ................................................................... 6, Shaquala Williams (2002, 3 games)

Three-Point Field Goals Game ............................................................... 4, 3x, last Taylor Lilley vs. USC (March 12, 2010) Tournament ...................................................................6, 3x, last Taylor Lilley (2008, 2 games)

Steals Average Tournament (Min. 2 games)....................................................2.5, Taylor Lilley (2008, 2 games)

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OREGON 1,000 POINT CLUB 2252 ALISON LANG (1980-84) • Her 23.9 points per game during her junior season ranked sixth in the nation. Season 1980-81 (Fr.) 1981-82 (So.) 1982-83 (Jr.) 1983-84 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 32-32 26-26 29-29 30-30 117-117

MIN/G FG-FGA 25 159-283 31 207-350 36 280-457 35 237-406 31 883-1496

PCT .562 .591 .613 .584 .590

3P-3PA — — — — —

PCT — — — — —

FT-FTA 82-123 136-181 133-189 135-181 486-674

PCT .667 .751 .704 .746 .721

A 47 39 99 83 268

BS 81 99 140 105 425

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 47 224-7.0 400-12.5 32 298-11.5 550-21.2 43 318-11.0 693-23.9 43 311-10.4 609-20.3 165 1151-9.8 2,252-19.2

2063 BEV SMITH (1978-82) • A two-time league MVP, she lost just one game at Mac Court during her four years as a Duck player. Season 1978-79 (Fr.) 1979-80 (So.) 1980-81 (Jr.) 1981-82 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 25-25 27-27 32-32 26-26 110-110

MIN/G FG-FGA 33 166-356 35 240-441 33 259-485 36 192-400 34 857-1682

PCT .466 .544 .534 .480 .510

3P-3PA — — — — —

PCT — — — — —

FT-FTA 47-86 99-129 114-157 89-119 349-491

PCT .547 .767 .726 .748 .711

A 61 115 124 143 443

BS 54 58 46 35 193

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 95 323-12.9 379-15.2 95 367-13.6 579-21.4 94 376-11.8 632-19.8 65 296-11.4 473-18.2 349 1362-12.4 2,063-18.8

1956 STEFANIE KASPERSKI (1986-90) • At 6-7, she was the tallest player in the Pacific-10 Conference all four years of her collegiate career. Season 1986-87 (Fr.) 1987-88 (So.) 1988-89 (Jr.) 1989-90 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 30-20 28-27 32-32 29-28 119-107

MIN/G FG-FGA 25 146-266 30 185-342 33 264-436 33 221-405 30 816-1449

PCT .549 .541 .606 .546 .563

3P-3PA PCT — — — — — — — — — —

FT-FTA 40-65 79-110 122-175 83-120 324-470

PCT .615 .718 .697 .692 .689

A 20 20 29 56 125

BS 80 119 111 92 402

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 8 194-6.5 332-11.1 9 230-8.2 449-16.0 20 304-9.5 650-20.3 13 268-9.2 525-18.1 50 996-8.1 1,956-16.4

1783 LAURI LANDERHOLM (1982-87) • Was the first Duck - and one of only two all-time - to earn Pac-10 Player of the Year honors (1987). Season 1982-83 (RS) 1983-84 (Fr.) 1984-85 (So.) 1985-86 (Jr.) 1986-87 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 4-4 30-26 28-27 28-28 30-30 120-115

MIN/G FG-FGA 29 20-34 31 114-245 33 169-366 31 184-424 34 215-448 32 702-1517

PCT .588 .465 .462 .434 .480 .463

3P-3PA PCT FT-FTA — — 7-9 — — 84-105 — — 89-109 — — 82-101 — — 117-144 — — 379-468

PCT .778 .800 .817 .812 .813 .810

A 19 161 145 111 171 607

BS 1 7 8 11 11 38

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 16 7-1.8 47-11.8 59 83-2.8 312-10.4 66 155-5.5 427-15.2 73 165-5.9 450-16.1 76 209-6.9 547-18.2 290 619-5.2 1,783-14.9

1501 ARIANNE BOYER (1993-97) • Was part of the Pac-10 all-star team that spent two weeks playing in Japan during the summer of 1996. Season 1993-94 (Fr.) 1994-95 (So.) 1995-96 (Jr.) 1996-97 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 28-8 28-28 28-27 29-28 113-91

MIN/G FG-FGA 22 77-164 32 149-271 32 161-313 31 159-309 29 546-1057

PCT .470 .550 .514 .515 .517

3P-3PA PCT FT-FTA 0-1 .000 58-99 0-5 .000 94-144 5-16 .313 131-181 4-10 .400 117-200 9-32 .281 400-624

PCT .586 .653 .725 .585 .641

A 15 50 37 56 158

BS 7 16 12 12 47

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 30 134-4.8 212-7.6 41 230-8.2 392-14.0 53 222-7.9 458-16.4 27 264-9.1 439-15.1 151 850-7.5 1,501-13.3

1478 SHAQUALA WILLIAMS (1998-2002) • A two-time Kodak All-America honorable mention, she was the Pac-10 Player of the Year as a sophomore. Season 1998-99 (Fr.) 1999-00 (So.) 2001-02 (Jr.) 2002-03 (Sr.) Career

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GP-GS 31-15 31-31 35-34 4-4 101-84

MIN/G FG-FGA 26 105-264 35 189-461 32 206-486 30 13-39 31 513-1,250

PCT 3P-3PA .398 36-117 .410 53-170 .424 52-169 .333 3-10 .410 144-466

PCT FT-FTA .308 69-87 .312 118-145 .308 108-119 .300 13-16 .309 308-367

PCT .793 .814 .908 .813 .839

A 89 134 137 9 369

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BS 1 3 7 0 11

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 36 90-2.9 315-10.2 45 105-3.4 549-17.7 46 102-2.9 572-16.3 2 3-0.8 42-10.5 129 300-2.9 1,478-14.2


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OREGON 1,000 POINT CLUB 1415 TAYLOR LILLEY (2006-10) • Owns a trio of Oregon 3-point records; single-game, single-season and career. Season 2006-07 (Fr.) 2007-08 (So.) 2008-09 (Jr.) 2009-10 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS MIN/G FG-FGA PCT 3P-3PA PCT 24-3 547/15.8 70-146 .479 39-77 .506 31-30 1047/33.8 145-350 .414 74-214 .346 22-22 672/30.5 84-200 .420 33-105 .314 34-34 1133/33.3 217-507 .428 124-306 .405 111-89 3399/30.6 516-1203 .429 270-702 .385

FT-FTA 19-26 31-37 20-29 43-63 113-155

PCT .731 .838 .690 .683 .729

A 29 70 70 104 248

BS 6 5 8 18 37

ST REB-AVG 18 53-2.2 47 91-2.9 24 61-2.8 67 108-3.2 156 313-2.8

PTS-AVG 198-8.3 395-12.7 221-10.0 601-17.7 1,415-12.7

ST REB-AVG 23 235-9.8 38 170-7.1 70 269-9.3 43 174-5.4 174 848-7.8

PTS-AVG 247-10.3 327-13.6 477-16.4 361-11.3 1,412-12.9

1412 DEBBIE ADAMS (1977-81) • A two-sport athlete, she still ranks third all-time in the 100-meter dash at Oregon. Season 1977-78 (Fr.) 1978-79 (So.) 1979-80 (Jr.) 1980-81 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 24 24 29 32 109

MIN/G FG-FGA 26 113-264 26 137-258 31 200-361 26 162-264 27 612-1147

PCT .428 .531 .554 .614 .534

3P-3PA — — — — —

PCT — — — — —

FT-FTA 21-63 53-104 77-137 37-78 188-382

PCT .333 .510 .554 .474 .492

A 30 35 39 60 164

BS 19 13 12 13 57

A 27 27 33 56 143

BS 16 9 17 25 67

1404 DEBBIE SPORCICH (1990-94) • Was the Ducks’ leading scorer and rebounder as a freshman. Season 1990-91 (Fr.) 1991-92 (So.) 1992-93 (Jr.) 1993-94 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 28-28 18-16 21-18 28-27 95-89

MIN/G 32 28 29 28 30

FG-FGA 159-312 83-167 124-206 155-280 521-965

PCT .510 .497 .602 .554 .540

3P-3PA PCT 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 106-160 50-69 80-115 126-170 362-514

PCT .663 .725 .696 .741 .704

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 19 275-9.8 424-15.1 22 156-8.7 216-12.0 13 183-8.7 328-15.6 31 254-9.1 436-15.6 85 868-9.1 1,404-14.8

1392 JULIE CUSHING (1976-80) • Joined the 1,000-point club as a junior, which was her second straight year as the Ducks’ leading scorer. Season 1976-77 (Fr.) 1977-78 (So.) 1978-79 (Jr.) 1979-80 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 17 24 25 27 93

MIN/G FG-FGA 31 101-295 31 175-366 29 166-323 27 140-298 30 582-1282

PCT .342 .478 .514 .469 .454

3P-3PA — — — — —

PCT — — — — —

FT-FTA 40-60 62-87 58-80 68-84 228-311

PCT .667 .713 .725 .810 .733

A 15 55 41 45 156

BS 11 14 14 7 46

ST REB-AVG 39 137-8.1 68 105-4.4 70 67-2.7 27 87-3.2 204 396-4.3

PTS-AVG 242-14.2 412-17.2 390-15.6 348-12.9 1,392-14.9

1305 ANGELINA WOLVERT (1997-2001) • Second Duck ever selected during a WNBA Draft (3rd round by Cleveland, No. 43 overall). Season 1997-98 (Fr.) 1998-99 (So.) 1999-00 (Jr.) 2000-01 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 27-22 31-21 31-26 27-24 116-93

MIN/G FG-FGA 22 89-173 22 119-224 26 145-252 25 146-269 24 499-918

PCT .514 .531 .575 .543 .544

3P-3PA 2-10 2-6 1-6 4-6 9-28

PCT .200 .333 .167 .667 .321

FT-FTA 69-90 69-98 75-108 85-107 298-403

PCT .767 .704 .694 .794 .740

A 25 25 39 41 130

BS 15 37 28 21 101

ST REB-AVG 24 133-4.9 35 188-6.1 53 187-6.0 39 158-5.9 151 666-5.7

PTS-AVG 249-9.2 309-10.0 366-11.8 381-14.1 1,305-10.4

1246 STACY WALLENBORN (1988-92) • Scored four points in the final two seconds to lead Team USA over eventual Gold Medalist South Korea, 81-80, in the 1991 Jones Cup. Season 1988-89 (Fr.) 1989-90 (So.) 1990-91 (Jr.) 1991-92 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 31-19 27-13 28-26 26-25 112-83

MIN/G FG-FGA 23 79-205 21 86-199 29 143-250 32 147-319 26 455-973

PCT .385 .432 .572 .461 .468

3P-3PA 1-4 2-6 37-92 26-84 66-186

PCT .250 .333 .402 .310 .355

FT-FTA 47-85 55-83 83-107 85-112 270-387

PCT .553 .663 .776 .759 .698

A 41 37 68 54 200

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BS 0 2 10 9 21

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 27 164-5.3 206-6.6 23 99-3.7 229-8.5 46 167-5.9 406-14.5 49 166-6.4 405-15.6 145 596-5.3 1,246-11.1

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OREGON 1,000 POINT CLUB 1213 ANDREA BILLS (2001-05) • Had 17 points and eight rebounds in a win over Colorado State to earn MVP honors of the 2003 Papé Jam. Season 2001-02 (Fr.) 2002-03 (So.) 2003-04 (Jr.) 2004-05 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 35-16 28-28 29-29 31-31 123-104

MIN/G 20 27 26 25 24

FG-FGA 113-226 117-250 134-284 144-281 508-1,041

PCT .500 .468 .472 .512 .488

3P-3PA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 37-104 39-97 53-123 68-125 197-449

PCT .356 .402 .431 .544 .439

A 14 36 37 36 123

BS 25 30 17 28 100

ST 21 16 17 27 81

REB-AVG 194-5.5 190-6.8 225-7.8 216-7.0 825-6.7

PTS-AVG 263-7.5 273-9.8 321-11.1 356-11.5 1,213-9.9

REB-AVG 21-0.7 92-3.1 79-2.6 110-3.2 302-2.4

PTS-AVG 106-3.4 202-6.7 404-13.5 483-14.2 1,195-9.6

1195 MICAELA COCKS (2006-10) • A two-time Pac-10 selection, holds the Oregon all-time record playing in 125 career games. Season 2006-07 (Fr.) 2007-08 (So.) 2008-09 (Jr.) 2009-10 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 31-1 30-14 30-30 34-34 125-79

MIN/G FG-FGA 474/15.3 33-76 788/26.3 70-187 1108/36.9 131-341 1093/32.1 170-418 3463/27.7 404-1022

PCT 3P-3PA .434 16-43 .374 36-98 .384 68-173 .407 47-144 .395 167-458

PCT .372 .367 .393 .326 .365

FT-FTA 24-27 26-32 74-86 96-111 220-256

PCT .889 .813 .860 .865 .859

A 33 68 44 97 212

BS 0 1 2 3 6

ST 9 17 24 32 82

1187 RENAE FEGENT (1994-97) • Ranked among the top 25 shot blockers in the nation during parts of her junior season. Season 1994-95 (So.) 1995-96 (Jr.) 1996-97 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 28-28 29-29 25-25 82-82

MIN/G 31 33 29 31

FG-FGA 190-376 167-318 125-250 482-944

PCT .505 .525 .500 .511

3P-3PA 0-1 1-7 5-10 6-18

PCT .000 .143 .500 .333

FT-FTA 98-137 68-92 51-74 217-303

PCT .715 .739 .689 .716

A 65 96 53 214

BS 65 74 30 169

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 46 213-7.6 478-17.1 57 224-7.7 403-13.9 31 166-6.6 306-12.2 134 603-7.4 1,187-14.5

1184 TRINA McCARTNEY (1987-91) • Was a WNIT All-Tournament selection in 1989 after averaging 19.3 points and 10.0 rebounds over three games. Season 1987-88 (Fr.) 1988-89 (So.) 1989-90 (Jr.) 1990-91 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 28-9 31-30 29-28 24-23 112-90

MIN/G 19 31 29 27 27

FG-FGA 47-111 161-316 120-256 98-192 426-875

PCT .423 .509 .469 .510 .487

3P-3PA PCT 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 1-2 .500 5-18 .278 8-22 .364

FT-FTA 29-50 156-205 92-123 47-72 324-450

PCT .580 .761 .748 .653 .720

A 25 67 60 29 181

BS 11 15 19 8 53

ST 15 37 25 19 96

REB-AVG PTS-AVG 133-4.8 123-4.4 248-8.0 480-15.5 185-6.4 333-11.5 121-5.1 248-10.3 687-6.1 1,184-10.6

BS 6 41 32 16 37 132

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 8 10-1.7 50-2.1 38 290-8.3 356-10.2 14 152-10.1 217-14.5 4 43-8.6 86-17.2 35 249-8.3 442-14.7 99 774-7.1 1,151-10.6

1151 CATHRINE KRAAYEVELD (2000-05) Only player to score less than 100 points during her first full season to reach 1,000 points at Oregon.

Season 2000-01 (Fr.) 2001-02 (So.) 2002-03 (Jr.) 2003-04 (RS) 2004-05 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 24-0 35-23 15-14 5-5 30-30 109-72

MIN/G 9 26 31 36 33 25

FG-FGA 15-46 137-268 82-174 32-66 156-343 422-897

PCT .326 .511 .471 .485 .455 .470

3P-3PA 3-9 10-27 17-41 11-24 40-110 81-211

PCT .333 .370 .415 .458 .364 .384

FT-FTA 17-21 72-97 36-53 11-14 90-117 226-302

PCT .810 .742 .679 .786 .769 .748

A 10 58 24 11 53 156

1146 AMANDA JOHNSON (2008-PRESENT) Became just the ninth player in UO history, and the first since 2002, to reach the 1,000-point threshold during her junior year.

Season 2008-09 (Fr.) 2009-10 (So.) 2010-11 (Jr.) Career

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GP-GS 30-24 34-34 30-30 94-88

MIN/G FG-FGA 790/26.3 86-223 968-28.5 176-416 802/26.7 180-485 2,560/27.2 442-1124

PCT 3P-3PA .386 33-107 .423 42-152 .371 49-173 .393 124-432

PCT .308 .276 .283 .287

FT-FTA 32-42 38-47 68-90 138-179

PCT .762 .809 .756 .771

A 51 66 38 155

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ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 42 163-5.4 237-7.9 58 290-8.5 432-12.7 64 248-8.3 477-15.9 164 701-7.5 1,146-12.2


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OREGON 1,000 POINT CLUB 1127 GABI NEUMANN (1984-87) Played for the West German national team, where she averaged 16.4 points per game.

Season 1984-85 (So.) 1985-86 (Jr.) 1986-87 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 28-25 28-19 28-26 84-70

MIN/G 27 23 28 26

FG-FGA 139-254 161-294 173-338 473-886

PCT .547 .548 .512 .534

3P-3PA — — — —

PCT — — — —

FT-FTA 51-94 53-87 77-109 181-290

PCT .543 .609 .706 .624

A 10 8 20 38

BS 36 34 41 111

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 10 210-7.5 329-11.8 10 189-6.8 375-13.4 14 225-8.0 423-15.1 34 624-7.4 1,127-13.4

BS 5 5 11 13 34

ST REB-AVG PTS-AVG 10 96-6.0 210-13.1 30 188-6.1 306-9.9 39 178-5.7 318-10.3 18 133-4.9 262-9.7 97 595-5.7 1,096-10.4

1096 BRIANNE MEHARRY (1997-2001) Had 21 points as a freshman against Washington on Jan. 11, 1998 - the most by a UO frosh since 1991.

Season 1997-98 (Fr.) 1998-99 (So.) 1999-00 (Jr.) 2000-01 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 16-11 31-11 31-6 27-14 105-42

MIN/G 27 23 26 26 26

FG-FGA 76-142 111-232 113-242 97-191 397-807

PCT .535 .478 .467 .508 .492

3P-3PA PCT 5-19 .263 0-6 .000 0-3 .000 6-19 .316 11-47 .234

FT-FTA 53-87 84-136 92-140 62-95 291-458

PCT .609 .618 .657 .653 .635

A 19 30 42 50 141

1076 MISSY CROSHAW (1990-94) Forced overtime with a game-tying three-pointer at Oregon State on Jan. 31, 1992, then hit the winner in OT. Season GP-GS MIN/G FG-FGA PCT 3P-3PA PCT FT-FTA PCT A BS ST REB-AVG 1990-91 (Fr.) 28-17 21 52-148 .351 19-57 .333 34-47 .723 71 1 18 60-2.1 1991-92 (So.) 28-26 25 97-234 .415 49-134 .366 45-66 .682 100 1 35 81-2.9 1992-93 (Jr.) 27-26 32 85-232 .366 51-138 .370 65-81 .802 115 1 44 72-2.7 1993-94 (Sr.) 29-28 32 106-257 .412 70-153 .458 63-80 .788 131 2 39 109-3.8 Career 112-97 28 340-871 .390 189-482 .392 207-274 .755 417 5 136 322-2.9

PTS-AVG 157-5.6 288-10.3 286-10.6 345-11.7 1,076-9.6

1049 ELEANOR HARING (2003-07) Led Oregon in scoring during the 2006-07 season averaging 12.6 points per game and scoring in double figures 22 times.

Season 2003-04 (Fr.) 2004-05 (So.) 2005-06 (Jr.) 2006-07 (Sr.) Career

GP-GS 29-22 31-21 29-28 31-31 120-102

MIN/G 25.1 18.2 20.0 27.7 21.3

FG-FGA 108-246 75-175 94-197 171-375 448-993

PCT .439 .429 .477 .456 .451

3P-3PA PCT 5-13 .385 2-13 .154 1-4 .250 4-9 .44 12-39 .308

FT-FTA 38-57 26-40 32-39 45-73 141-209

PCT .667 .650 .821 .616 .675

A 30 25 43 40 138

BS 10 12 13 19 54

ST 31 16 10 17 74

REB-AVG 124-4.3 80-2.6 101-3.5 159-5.1 464-3.9

PTS-AVG 259-8.9 178-5.7 221-7.6 391-12.6 1,049-8.7

PCT .722 .864 .611 .905 .802

A 57 43 25 29 154

BS 8 6 4 6 24

ST 31 26 15 9 81

REB-AVG 74-2.6 59-2.0 53-1.8 59-2.1 245-2.1

PTS-AVG 305-10.9 285-9.8 229-7.6 198-7.1 1,017-8.8

1017 BRANDI DAVIS (2002-06) Only Duck in history to make 40 or more three-pointers in four consecutive seasons.

Season 2002-03 (So.) 2003-04 (Jr.) 2004-05 (Sr.) 2005-06 (Sr.)* Career

GP-GS 28-20 29-12 30-11 28-3 115-46

MIN/G 22.3 20.5 16.9 15.7 18.8

FG-FGA 119-324 102-263 85-227 69-185 375-999

PCT 3P-3PA .367 54-156 .388 43-129 .374 48-142 .373 41-108 .375 186-535

PCT .346 .333 .338 .380 .348

FT-FTA 13-18 38-44 11-18 19-21 81-101

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OREGON ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME M

ore than a century of athletic heritage is the focal point behind the recognition of some of the University of Oregon’s greatest athletic immortals of all time with the founding of Oregon’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992. Spearheaded by former director of athletics Bill Byrne, the formation of the Hall was established to permanently honor athletes, coaches and administrators who have been a part of the UO’s rich athletic heritage over the course of decades. The select few who are elected for induction represents the very best the University of Oregon has to offer and who have brought honor to themselves and teammates. Each spring the selection committee reviews the candidates, with all nominees’ eligibility for induction commencing 10 years following their departure from the University. Plaques honoring each of the inductees and their achievements are permanently displayed as part of the University’s Hall of Champions, located on the second floor of the Len Casanova Athletic Center. Individuals Debbie Adams, Basketball/Track (2003) Bobby Anet, Basketball (1996) Earl Averill, Baseball (1997) Jim Bailey, Track (1993) Greg Ballard, Basketball (1993) Bill Ballester, Men’s Gymnastics Coach (2006) Emery Barnes, Football/Men’s Track (2008) Jim Barnett, Basketball (1994) Steve Barnett, Football (2000) Melanie Batiste, Track (1994) John Beckett, Football (1992) Wade Bell, Track (1998) Lou Bellisimo, Bowling Coach (1999) Bob Berry, Football (1992) Paula Berry, Track (2003) Jim Berwick, Football (2000) Hugo Bezdek, Football Coach (2002) Kelly Blair, Track (2004) Bill Bowerman, Track Coach (1992) Dick Boyd, Swimming (2005) Terrell Brandon, Basketball (2001) Rich Brooks, Head Football Coach (2007) Mary Brorby, Softball/Volleyball (1997) Boyd Brown, Track (1996) John Bubalo, Baseball (2001) Dyrol Burleson, Track (1993) Bill Byrne, Athletics Director (2002) Ross Carter Sr., Football (1995) Len Casanova, Football Coach (1992) Julie Cavanaugh, Softball (2006) Rudy Chapa, Track (1999) Dawnn Charroin, Volleyball (2008) Roscoe Cook, Track (2010) Jack Crabtree, Football (2002) George Christensen, Football (1996) Brian Crouser, Track (2001) Dean Crouser, Track (2003) Joaquim Cruz, Track (1995) Jerry Cundari, Golf (1998) Jack Dallas, Swimming (1994) George Dames, Football (2000) Otis Davis, Track (1992) Bill Dellinger, Track (1993) John Dick, Basketball (1993) Michael Dirksen, Swimming (2011) Roscoe Divine, Track (2003) Tom Drougas, football (2010) Ed Durno, Basketball (1992) Brad Ecklund, Football (1999)

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The showcase is divided into three distinct areas that pay tribute to great Oregon athletes of the past. The Hall’s main corridor features an array of showcases housing many of the trophies and plaques won by Oregon teams and athletes over the years. The north wing contains depictions of memorable sports moments, traditions and achievements in UO lore. It includes time lines that show the development of the University’s athletic department as well as the evolution of the equipment and traditions that have made the Oregon experience what it is today. Reserved for the south wing is Oregon’s Hall of Fame, where the greatest sports immortals are enshrined as the very best the University has to offer and who have brought honor to the educational institution as well as their teammates. The athletic showcase is open to the public free of charge weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and four hours prior to the start of every home football game. Twenty-seven individuals and three teams were included among the Hall of Fame’s inaugural class of inductees in 1992.

Dave Erdstrom, Track (1999) Ken Flax, Track (2010) Dan Fouts, Football (1992) Laddie Gale, Basketball (1993) Greg Gibson, Wrestling (1993) Vince Goldsmith, Football (2002) Joe Gordon, Baseball (1992) Tom Graham, Football (2001) Jay Graybeal, Football (2000) Jim Grelle, Track (1994) Claudette Groenendaal, Track (1997) Larry Hanson, Baseball (2000) Sue Harbour, Volleyball (1995) Sally Harmon, Track (1999) Leo Harris, Athletics Director (1992) Dick Harter, Basketball Coach (2001) Martin Hawkins, Track (1997) Bill Hayward, Track Coach (1992) Kathy Hayes Hermann, Track (2001) Elwin Heiny, Women’s Basketball Coach (2011) Ralph Hill, Track (1993) Howard Hobson, Basketball Coach (1992) Barney Holland, Football/Basketball (2003) Hollis Huntington, Football (1994) Shy Huntington, Football (1993) Peter Jacobsen, Golf (1993) Dick James, Football (1992) Harry Jarome, Track (1993) Wally Johansen, Basketball (1996) Camara Jones, Women’s Track (2008) Steve Jones, Basketball (2003) Stefanie Kasperski, Basketball (2000) Dan Kelly, Track (1992) Don Kirsch, Baseball Coach (1993) John Kitzmiller, Football (1992) Teri Kramer, Volleyball (2003) Mel Krause, Baseball/Basketball/ Baseball Coach (2001) Arne Kvalheim, Men’s Track (2007) Lauri Landerholm, Basketball (2001) Ronnie Lee, Basketball (1992) Jake Leicht, Football (1998) Woodley Lewis, Football (1999) Jim Loscutoff, Basketball (1995) Stan Love, Basketball (1994) Derek Loville, Football (2000) Terry Maddox, Baseball (2006) Lisa Martin, Track (2005) Clifton McArthur, Administrator (1999) Bill McChesney, Track (2002)

Debbie Sporcich was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 2007.

Phil McCugh, Football (2004) Scott McEldowney, Gymnastics (2010) John McKay, Football (1995) Karen Meats, Basketball/Field Hockey/ Track/Volleyball (2002) Michelle Menkens, Swimming (1993) Mike Mikulak, Football (1994) Chris Miller, Football (1999) John Miller, Wrestling (1992) Alex Molden, Football (2008) Kenny Moore, Track (1997) Jack Morris, Football/Track (2005) Raymond “Butch”Morse, Football (1997) Bill Musgrave, Football (2000) Bob Newland, Football (1994) Anthony Newman, Football (2006) Bob Officer, Athletic Trainer (2002) Mary Officer, Track (1993) Jack Patera, Football (2000) Charles Patterson, Basketball (1995) Paula Patterson, Golf (2009) Annette Hand Peters, Track (1998) Michele Potestio, Women’s Soccer (2011) Steve Prefontaine, Track (1992) Mel Renfro, Football (1992) Ahmad Rashad, Football (1992) Chuck Rask, Basketball (1996) Blair Rasmussen, Basketball (2002) George Rasmussen, Track (2005) Bill Reinhart, Basketball Coach (1994) Don Reynolds, Football/Baseball (1993) Karla Rice, Volleyball (2009) Dave Roberts, Baseball (1994) Alison Lang, Basketball (1996) Mack Robinson, Track (1995) Jack Roche Jr., Football Coach (1997) Alberto Salazar, Track (1994) Bob Sanders, Football (1997) Jim Shanley, Football (1994) George Shaw, Football (1992) Tom Shaw, Golf (1997) Becky Sisley, Administrator/Coach (1998) Bev Smith, Basketball (1992) Jim Smith, Football (1998) Richard Shore Smith, Football (1998) Ron Snidow, Football (2009) Ralph Spearow, Track (2001) Debbie Sporcich, Women’s Basketball (2007) Kathy Stahl, Softball (2010) Bill Steers, Football (1996)

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Les Steers, Track (1996) Neal Steinhauer, Track (1995) Jerry Tarr, Track (1992) Anthony Taylor, Basketball (2004) Les Tipton, Track (1998) Norm Van Brocklin, Football (1992) Donald Van Rossen, Swimming Coach (2011) George Varoff, Track (1994) Charlie Warren, Basketball (1992) John Warren, Basketball Coach (1993) Leann Warren, Track (1995) Willie West, Football (1957-59) Algot Westergren, Basketball (1995) Kenny Wheaton, Football (2011) Dick Whitman, Baseball (2004) Dave Wilcox, Football (1993) Dick Wilkins, Basketball/Football (1998) Kenya Wilkins, Basketball (2009) Mac Wilkins, Track (1992) Lynn Winbigler Anderson, Track (1992) Urgel “Slim” Wintermute, Basketball (1994) Janet Woodruff, Field Hockey Coach (2003) Herb Yamanaka, Administration (2009) James Yuhashi, Men’s Gymnastics (2007) Gary Zimmerman, Football (1993) Teams 1916 Football (1992) 1929 Men’s Tennis (1996) 1933 Football (1999) 1938-39 Men’s Basketball (1992) 1948 Football (1993) 1954 Baseball (2008) 1957 Football (1994) 1959-60 Men’s Basketball (1997) 1962 Men’s Track (1992) 1964 Men’s Track (2009) 1965 Men’s Track (2009) 1970 Men’s Track & Field Team (2011) 1970 Women’s Volleyball (2000) 1974-75 Men’s Basketball (1996) 1977 Men’s Cross Country (1998) 1978-79 Women’s Basketball (2004) 1979-80 Men’s Gymnastics (1993) 1983 Women’s Cross Country (2006) 1984 Men’s Track (2010) 1985 Women’s Track (1999) 1994 Football (2005)


History & Records

YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RESULTS Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Coach Jane Spearing Nancy Mikleton Nancy Mikleton Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Elwin Heiny Jody Runge Jody Runge Jody Runge Jody Runge Jody Runge Jody Runge Jody Runge Jody Runge Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Bev Smith Paul Westhead Paul Westhead 38 Years

W 3 2 5 11 19 23 24 25 21 15 23 14 21 23 16 22 17 13 14 9 20 18 18 22 17 25 23 17 22 12 14 21 14 17 14 9 18 13 634

Overall L 8 10 15 6 5 2 5 7 5 14 7 14 7 7 12 10 12 15 14 18 9 10 11 7 10 6 8 12 13 16 15 10 15 14 17 21 16 17 420

Conference W L

Pct. .273 .167 .250 .647 .792 .920 .828 .781 .808 .517 .767 .500 .750 .767 .571 .688 .586 .464 .500 .333 .690 .643 .621 .759 .630 .806 .742 .586 .629 .429 .483 .677 .483 .548 .452 .300 .516 .433 .602

8 11 13 11 4 8 10 6 10 14 9 11 9 6 6 3 13 11 10 14 13 15 14 10 10 8 6 12 5 8 7 5 7 4 311 230

4 0 0 1 0 4 1 5 2 4 9 7 9 12 12 15 5 7 8 4 5 3 4 8 8 10 12 6 13 10 11 13 11 14 237 220

RANKINGS HISTORY (AP Poll)

Pct.

.667 1.000 1.000 .917 1.000 .667 .909 .545 .833 .778 .500 .611 .500 .333 .333 .167 .722 .611 .556 .778 .722 .833 .778 .556 .556 .444 .333 .667 .278 .444 .389 .278 .389 .222 .568 .511

Finish

Second First First First First Third First Third T-First T-Second Fifth Third T-Fourth Eighth Seventh T-Ninth Third Fourth T-Third Second Fourth T-First First Fourth T-Sixth T-Fifth Eighth T-Second Eighth Sixth Seventh Seventh T-Sixth Ninth Pac-10 only

Conference Affiliations 1986-present Pacific-10 Conference 1982-1986 NorPac Conference

Coach, Years (Overall) Jane Spearing, 1973-74 (1) Nancy Mikleton, 1974-76 (2) Elwin Heiny, 1976-93 (17) Jody Runge, 1993-01 (8) Bev Smith, 2001-08 (7) Paul Westhead, 2010 (2)

W 3 7 310 160 123 31

Overall L 8 25 160 73 121 33

Pct. .273 .219 .660 .687 .504 .484

Conference W L Pct.

*197 100 61 11

153 44 83 25

.563 .695 .424 .306

*63-81 (.438) in Pac-10 games

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Year 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1994-95 1991-92 1991-92 1989-90 1989-90 1986-87 1986-87 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1981-82 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1978-79

Rank 21 22 20 24 22 20 18 20 24 25 23 14 10 12 14 20 24 23 24 22 19 15 10 13 16 17 16 16 15 18 23 25 24 22 24 24 24 18 20 19 16 9 9 10 10 12 14 9 11 11 9 10 11 13 16 13 14 12 14 12 12 12 14 14 17 16 18 20 15 15 15 17 15 11 13 17 20 20 20 20

Date Dec. 16, 2003 Dec. 9, 2003 Dec. 2, 2003 Nov. 24, 2003 Jan. 30, 2001 Jan. 22, 2001 Jan. 15, 2001 Jan. 9, 2001 Jan. 2, 2001 Dec. 26, 2000 Dec. 18, 2000 Dec. 11, 2000 Dec. 4, 2000 Nov. 28, 2000 Nov. 21, 2000 March 13, 2000 March 6, 2000 Jan. 10, 2000 Jan. 3, 2000 Dec. 27, 1999 Dec. 20, 1999 Dec. 13, 1999 Dec. 6, 1999 Nov. 29,1999 Nov. 22, 1999 Nov. 15, 1999 Nov. 9, 1999 March 8, 1999 March 1, 1999 Feb. 22, 1999 Feb. 8, 1999 Jan. 18, 1999 Jan. 24, 1995 Dec. 15, 1991 Dec. 8, 1991 Nov. 27, 1989 Nov. 20, 1989 March 3, 1987 Feb. 23, 1987 March 27, 1982 March 14, 1982 March 7, 1982 Feb. 28, 1982 Feb. 21, 1982 Feb. 14, 1982 Feb. 7, 1982 Jan. 31, 1982 Jan. 24, 1982 Jan. 17, 1982 Jan. 10, 1982 Jan. 3, 1982 Dec. 27, 1981 Dec. 20, 1981 Dec. 13, 1981 Dec. 6, 1981 Nov. 29, 1981 Nov. 18, 1981 March 26, 1981 March 15, 1981 March 8, 1981 March 3, 1981 Feb. 24, 1981 Feb. 17, 1981 Feb. 10, 1981 Feb. 3, 1981 Jan. 27, 1981 Jan. 20, 1981 Jan. 13, 1981 Jan. 5, 1981 Dec. 30, 1980 Dec. 23, 1980 Dec. 16, 1980 Dec. 9, 1980 Dec. 2, 1980 Nov. 25, 1980 March 18, 1980 March 9, 1980 Nov. 25, 1979 March 6, 1979 Feb. 20, 1979

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1973-74 (3-8) Coach: Jane Spearing H: 1-4, A: 2-4 J 15 at Oregon College of Education ......................... W J 23 Southern Oregon ..................................................... W J 24 at Oregon State...........................................................L F6 at Oregon College of Education ...........................L F8 at Oregon State...........................................................L F8 vs. Western Washington ..........................................L F 11 at Portland State....................................................... W F 29 Montana State.............................................................L M1 Washington State ......................................................L M1 Washington ..................................................................L M2 Central Washington ..................................................L

57-41 37-33 31-34 52-53 33-42 39-64 39-38 37-48 26-56 39-50 46-54

1974-75 (2-10) Coach: Nancy Mikleton H: 2-2, A: 0-7, N: 0-1 J 19 Oregon College of Education .............................. W J 22 at Portland State.........................................................L J 24 Oregon State ............................................................. W J 26 at Southern Oregon ..................................................L F6 Oregon College of Education ................................L F7 at Washington .............................................................L F8 at Western Washington............................................L F 13 Portland State .............................................................L F 25 at Oregon State...........................................................L F 27 vs. Portland State .......................................................L F 28 vs. Oregon College of Education ..........................L M1 at Alaska-Anchorage....................................... L (OT)

61-46 47-51 47-39 54-57 52-71 53-62 41-91 36-59 32-97 44-50 45-50 54-56

1975-76 (5-15) Coach: Nancy Mikleton H: 3-3, A: 1-9, N: 1-3 J2 at Alaska-Fairbanks ................................................. W J3 at Alaska-Fairbanks ...................................................L J5 at Alaska-Anchorage.................................................L J6 at Alaska-Anchorage ...............................................L J 13 at Oregon State...........................................................L J 16 Southern Oregon ..................................................... W J 22 at Oregon College of Education ...........................L J 27 Portland State .............................................................L F3 Washington State .................................................... W F6 at Seattle Pacific .........................................................L F7 at Washington .............................................................L F 10 Oregon College of Education ................................L F 13 vs. Washington ............................................................L F 13 vs. Eastern Oregon................................................... W F 14 at Oregon State...........................................................L F 19 at Portland State.........................................................L F 24 Oregon State ...............................................................L F 28 Alaska-Anchorage ................................................... W M4 vs. Alaska-Anchorage ...............................................L M6 vs. Washington ............................................................L

60-53 42-51 49-71 53-64 30-31 52-36 54-78 24-32 47-44 39-40 49-63 47-49 41-57 81-69 41-64 28-62 39-46 63-54 43-54 41-59

1976-77 (11-6) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 5-3, A: 5-2, N: 1-1 J 11 vs. Oregon College of Education..................W (OT) J 14 Washington ..................................................................L J 15 Alaska-Fairbanks ........................................................L J 19 Oregon State ............................................................. W J 22 at Southern Oregon ................................................ W J 26 Portland State ................................................... L (OT) F4 Seattle Pacific ............................................................ W F5 Southern Oregon ..................................................... W F9 Oregon College of Education .............................. W F 11 at Washington State.......................................W (OT) F 12 at Idaho........................................................................ W F 19 at Oregon State......................................................... W

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67-62 67-77 68-74 57-55 82-67 57-66 83-71 62-51 78-46 67-63 71-63 46-43

F 23 F 25 M3 M4 M5

at Portland State............................................... L (OT) Alaska-Anchorage ................................................... W vs. Seattle Pacific$.................................................... W at Portland State$ ............................................. L(OT) vs. Oregon College of Education$ .......................L

66-75 82-77 70-65 57-62 60-61

$ AIAW Region 9 Tournament (Portland, Ore.)

1977-78 (19-5, 8-4) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 8-1, A: 10-3, N: 1-1 D1 at Alaska-Fairbanks+............................................... W 82-62 D2 at Alaska-Fairbanks+............................................... W 84-66 D3 at Alaska-Anchorage*++ ....................................... W 89-56 D4 at Alaska-Anchorage*++ ....................................... W 69-58 D 10 Humboldt State+ ..................................................... W 84-70 J7 Southern Oregon ..................................................... W 103-59 J 13 at Washington* ...........................................................L 34-51 J 14 at Western Washington* ....................................... W 76-67 J 17 at Oregon College of Education ......................... W 73-58 J 21 Oregon State* ........................................................... W 67-48 J 28 Portland State* ........................................................ W 81-63 F3 at Boise State* .............................................................L 65-69 F4 at Washington State*................................................L 67-87 F 10 Western Washington* ............................................ W 78-60 F 11 Washington ..................................................................L 50-72 F 14 at Southern Oregon ................................................ W 84-43 F 17 at Portland State*..................................................... W 67-57 F 24 at Oregon State*....................................................... W 59-58 F 25 Oregon College of Education .............................. W 90-40 M2 Montana* .................................................................... W 67-42 M3 Montana State* ........................................................ W 71-56 M9 at Western Washington.......................................... W 71-57 M 10 vs. Washington State$ ............................................ W 68-54 M 11 vs. Washington$ .........................................................L 58-68 + Forfeit ++ Double forfeit $ AIAW Region 9 Tournament (Bellingham, Wash.) * NWBL Game

1978-79 (23-2, 11-0) Coach: Elwin Heiny 11-0, H: 11 0, A: 99-0, 0, N: 33-22

D9 D 10 D 28 J5 J6 J9 J 12 J 13 J 16 J 19 J 27 J 29 F2 F3 F 16 F 17

Alaska-Anchorage ................................................... W Al k A h Alaska-Anchorage ................................................... W at Simon Fraser ......................................................... W Washington* .............................................................. W Western Washington* ............................................ W New Mexico ............................................................... W Washington State* .................................................. W Boise State* ................................................................ W Hawaii .......................................................................... W at Oregon State*....................................................... W Portland State ........................................................... W Seattle ......................................................................... W at Montana* ............................................................... W at Montana State* ................................................... W at Washington* ......................................................... W at Western Washington*........................................ W

101-47 101 47 96-42 87-62 83-56 82-63 104-71 85-69 93-70 121-40 69-57 104-59 70-49 64-52 82-55 94-67 73-67

F 24 F 25 F 28 M1 M9 M 10 M 15 M 16 M 17

at San Fransisco ........................................................ W at California ................................................................ W at Portland State*..................................................... W Oregon State* ........................................................... W vs. Seattle$ ................................................................. W vs. Oregon State$ .......................................................L vs. Minnesota# .......................................................... W vs. South Carolina# ....................................................L vs. Northern Kentucky# ......................................... W

76-75 79-59 88-60 78-65 79-70 68-75 85-74 63-84 81-72

$ AIAW Region 9 Tournament (Bozeman, Mont.) * NWBL game # National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, Texas)

1979-80 (24-5, 13-0) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 11-1, A: 8-2, N: 5-2

N 29 N 30 D6 D8 D 18 D 19 D 20 J3 J4 J5 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 25 J 26 J 30 J 31 F2 F4 F 15 F 16 F 19 F 21 F 22 F 29 M7 M8 M 12 M 15

vs. Al Alabama$.............................................................. b $ W at (2) Louisiana Tech$ ...............................................L San Jose State............................................................ W San Francisco ...............................................................L vs. (5) Texas& ...............................................................L vs. Washington& ....................................................... W vs. Oregon State& .................................................... W vs. Texas Woman’s^ ................................................ W vs. New Mexico^ ........................................................L vs. Illinois State^....................................................... W at Seattle ..................................................................... W at Washington* ......................................................... W Oregon State* ........................................................... W at Washington State*.............................................. W at Eastern Washington* ......................................... W at Portland State*..................................................... W Montana* .................................................................... W Montana State* ........................................................ W Alaska-Anchorage ................................................... W Washington* .............................................................. W Seattle* ........................................................................ W Portland State* ......................................................... W at Weber State ........................................................... W at Boise State* ........................................................... W at Oregon State*....................................................... W Montana* .................................................................... W Seattle* ........................................................................ W (13) Kentucky# .......................................................... W at (3) Stephen F. Austin# ..........................................L

94-73 94 73 73-92 93-77 63-69 79-81 68-66 79-69 95-67 70-83 93-68 71-61 78-63 74-58 78-59 93-66 88-72 76-51 97-62 108-49 87-68 111-79 75-63 105-95 84-55 82-57 77-41 108-73 86-81 53-76

$ Louisiana Tech Tournament (Rustin, La.) & Giusti Tournament (Portland, Ore.) ^ Shocker Classic (Wichita, Kan.) * NWBL game # AIAW Tournament

1980-81 (25-7, 11-1) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 11-0, A: 6-4, N: 8-3 N 27 vs. LSU$........................................................................ W N 28 vs. (9) Kansas$ .............................................................L N 29 vs. (7) Stephen F. Austin$ ...................................... W D4 at (5) Long Beach State ............................................L

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS D6 D 13 D 16 D 17 D 18 D 20 D 21 D 22 J3 J5 J 10 J 11 J 14 J 16 J 22 F5 F7 F 11 F 13 F 20 F 21 F 27 F 28 M7 M 14 M 15 M 18 M 21

at (12) UCLA .................................................................L Weber State................................................................ W vs. San Jose State& .................................................. W vs. Oregon State& .................................................... W vs. (2) Old Dominion& ..............................................L vs. Alaska-Anchorage^ ......................................... W vs. Utah State^ .......................................................... W vs. Cal State-Los Angeles^ .................................... W at Arizona .................................................................... W at Arizona State ..........................................................L Boise State* ................................................................ W LSU ............................................................................... W at Portland State*..................................................... W at Oregon State*....................................................... W at Washington* ......................................................... W at Montana* ............................................................... W at Montana State*.................................................... W Oregon State* ........................................................... W Stanford ....................................................................... W Washington State* .................................................. W Eastern Washington* .............................................. W Seattle .......................................................................... W Washington* .............................................................. W Portland State* ......................................................... W vs. Washington .......................................................... W vs. (18) Oregon State.................................................L (17) Colorado# .......................................................... W at (4) USC# ...................................................................L

88-92 110-55 81-61 72-71 67-68 91-51 105-72 76-62 94-58 69-70 90-41 100-82 78-40 73-64 99-70 89-57 94-55 80-66 97-62 79-49 81-50 100-57 88-63 112-55 76-68 54-61 74-67 64-67

$ Queen’s Classic (Plainview, Texas) & Giusti Tournament (Portland, Ore.) ^ Wahine Classic (Honolulu, Hawai`i) * NWBL game # AIAW Tournament

1981-82 (21-5, 9-0) Coach: Elwin Heiny H : 7-1, A: 8-2, N: 6-2

M5 M6 M 13

Montana State*......................................................... W Montana* .................................................................... W Missouri#.......................................................................L

82-53 70-56 53-59

$ Cal Women’s Invitational (Irvine, Calif.) & Giusti Tournament (Portland, Ore.) ^ Pizza Hut Classic (Wichita, Kansas) * NWBL game# NCAA Tournament (Eugene, Ore.)

1982-83 (15-14, 8-4) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 9-5, A: 4-6, N: 2-3 N 23 at (18) Drake.................................................................L 93-103 N 24 at Illinois State .............................................................L 67-77 N 26 vs. Memphis State$ ...................................................L 65-71 N 27 vs. DePaul$ ................................................................. W 74-64 D 10 Portland State ........................................................... W 83-64 D 11 Chicago State ............................................................ W 102-68 D 17 (7) Long Beach State ....................................... L (OT) 74-75 D 19 vs. Colorado& ............................................................ W 73-58 D 20 vs. (7) Long Beach State& ........................................L 53-71 D 21 vs. (6) Texas& ................................................................L 59-65 D 23 UCLA ............................................................................. W 74-59 J6 at San Diego State .....................................................L 71-79 J7 at Pepperdine ............................................................ W 85-79 J9 at UC Irvine................................................................. W 69-52 J 14 Washington State* .................................................. W 66-53 J 15 Washington* .............................................................. W 73-63 J 21 Fresno State* ............................................................. W 75-60 J 22 Pacific* ......................................................................... W 73-64 J 28 San Francisco* ........................................................... W 81-69 J 29 Santa Clara*................................................................ W 88-49 F3 at San Jose State*..................................................... W 66-64 F4 at California* ................................................................L 76-84 F6 (2) USC ..........................................................................L 71-86 F 11 at Oregon State*.........................................................L 63-66 F 17 at Washington State*.............................................. W 86-70 F 19 at Washington* ...........................................................L 67-83 M2 (20) Oregon State*........................................... L (OT) 46-49 M 10 California#.....................................................................L 75-76 M 11 Washington# ...............................................................L 79-86 $ Dial Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.) & Giusti Tournament (Portland, Ore.) * NorPac game # NorPac Tournament (Eugene, Ore.)

D3 D4 D5 D 12 D 16 D 17 D 18 J3 J4 J7 J8 J9 J 15 J 23 J 25 J 29 J 30 F6 F8 F 11 F 19 F 20 F 22

vs. UC IIrvine$ 89-57 i $ ............................................................. W 89 57 vs. Arizona State$..................................................... W 70-69 vs. Colorado$ ...............................................................L 68-69 Utah .............................................................................. W 73-63 vs. LSU& ....................................................................... W 63-59 vs. Oregon State& .................................................... W 65-48 vs. Ohio State& .......................................................... W 68-60 Drake ............................................................................ W 64-56 Pacific Christian ........................................................ W 99-50 vs. Iowa State^ .......................................................... W 71-45 vs. Texas^ ......................................................................L 63-66 at Wichita State^ ...................................................... W 68-58 Oregon State* ........................................................... W 63-60 Washington* .............................................................. W 105-74 at Portland State*..................................................... W 101-55 at (2) USC.......................................................................L 64-86 at UCLA .........................................................................L 74-90 at Boise State* ........................................................... W 54-37 at Utah ......................................................................... W 65-60 at Oregon State* ..................................................... W 71-59 at Washington* ......................................................... W 79-58 at Eastern Washington* ......................................... W 71-60 at Washington State*.............................................. W 64-47

1983-84 (23-7, 10-1) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 9-0, A: 7-4, N: 7-3 N 17 vs. San Francisco State$ ......................................... W N 18 vs. San Jose State$ ................................................... W N 19 vs. UC Irvine$ ............................................................. W D3 at Colorado................................................................. W D 10 at Portland State....................................................... W D 18 vs. (3) Georgia& ...........................................................L D 19 vs. Arizona&................................................................ W D 20 vs. Montana& ............................................................. W D 27 Illinois State ................................................................ W D 29 vs. (5) Maryland^...................................................... W D 30 at (1) USC^....................................................................L J5 vs. Arizona State% .....................................................L J6 vs. Arkansas% ..............................................................L J7 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona% ............................................ W J 10 Portland ....................................................................... W J 19 at Washington* ......................................................... W J 21 at Washington State*.............................................. W J 27 at Pacific* .................................................................... W J 28 at Fresno State* ..........................................................L F3 at Santa Clara*........................................................... W

60-59 75-65 73-59 82-71 91-47 64-89 71-52 62-60 74-63 76-70 57-91 68-69 54-65 80-65 68-66 80-67 63-59 86-57 56-70 86-53

F4 F 10 F 11 F 15 F 23 F 25 M2 M9 M 10 M 16

at San Francisco* ...................................................... W California* ................................................................... W San Jose State*.......................................................... W Oregon State* ........................................................... W Washington State* .................................................. W Washington* .............................................................. W at Oregon State*.........................................................L Washington ................................................................ W Oregon State ............................................................. W at San Diego State# ...................................................L

92-75 97-65 66-58 69-61 79-63 68-62 59-75 81-69 77-67 63-70

$ Straw Hat Classic (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) ^ Winston Tire Classic (Los Angeles, Calif.) & Giusti Tournament (Portland, Ore.) % Budweiser Round Robin (Las Vegas, Nev.) * NorPac game# NCAA Tournament (San Diego, Calif.)

1984-85 (14-14, 6-5) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 7-4, A: 3-8, N: 4-2 N 27 Delta State ................................................................. W N 28 (5) USC ...........................................................................L N 30 at UC Irvine...................................................................L D1 at Cal Poly-Pomona ...................................................L D8 Idaho...............................................................................L D 16 vs. Indiana& ................................................................ W D 17 vs. (20) Alabama& ......................................................L D 18 vs. Portland State& ................................................. W D 28 at Boise State ...............................................................L D 29 at Brigham Young ......................................................L D 31 at Utah ........................................................................ W J2 at New Mexico .......................................................... W J3 vs. Nebraska^ ............................................................ W J 15 Portland ....................................................................... W J 18 Washington State* .................................................. W J 19 Washington* ................................................................L J 25 Oregon State* .............................................................L J 30 Portland State .............................................................L F1 at San Jose State*.......................................................L F2 at Santa Clara*.............................................................L F8 Fresno State* ............................................................. W F 15 San Francisco* ........................................................... W F 16 California* ................................................................... W F 21 at Washington* ...........................................................L F 23 at Washington State*.............................................. W F 27 Oregon State* ........................................................... W M8 vs. Oregon State .........................................................L M9 vs. Fresno State ......................................................... W

84-74 68-76 56-68 58-59 79-81 77-56 56-86 83-54 68-83 67-98 66-61 79-49 73-67 63-53 59-50 57-65 63-80 74-75 62-68 60-72 75-61 78-64 67-45 72-77 69-60 63-50 68-82 89-58

& Giusti Tournament (Portland, Ore.) ^ Played at Albuquerque, N.M. * NorPac game

1985-86 (21-7, 10-2) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 12-0, A: 8-7, N: 1-0 N 23 at (19) LSU.....................................................................L 61-71 N 25 at Tulane ........................................................................L 62-81 N 27 at Southwest Louisiana............................................L 74-82 N 29 vs. Western Illinois$ ................................................. W 105-61 N 30 at Idaho$ .......................................................................L 55-73 D4 at Portland State....................................................... W 85-68 D 11 at Portland .................................................................. W 82-47 D 14 Cal Poly-Pomona ..................................................... W 80-70 D 21 Brigham Young ......................................................... W 95-66 D 23 Boise State .................................................................. W 82-50 D 30 Portland ....................................................................... W 76-48 J3 at (4) Long Beach State ............................................L 78-92 J4 at Pepperdine ............................................................ W 83-70 J7 at Utah State .............................................................. W 73-64

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS J 11 J 17 J 18 J 23 J 25 J 31 F3 F7 F 14 F 16 F 21 F 22 M1 M5

Utah .............................................................................. W California* ................................................................... W San Jose State*.......................................................... W at Washington* ................................................. L (OT) at Washington State*.....................................W (OT) Fresno State* ............................................................. W Arizona State ............................................................. W at Oregon State*....................................................... W at San Jose State*..................................................... W at California* .............................................................. W Washington State* .................................................. W Washington* .............................................................. W at Fresno State* ..........................................................L Oregon State* ........................................................... W

72-42 88-71 77-64 68-69 68-67 78-56 94-76 72-47 81-59 68-51 94-63 83-67 68-71 69-53

$ Idaho Tournament (Moscow, Idaho) * NorPac game

1986-87 (23-7, 14-4) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 15-3, A: 7-4, N: 1-0 N 29 Portland State ........................................................... W 102-65 D1 (20) Texas Tech ............................................................L 63-68 D5 (7) Long Beach State .................................................L 69-82 D 12 vs. Idaho$ .................................................................... W 72-47 D 13 at Gonzaga$............................................................... W 83-67 D 22 at Nevada-Reno ........................................................ W 93-68 D 28 Colorado...................................................................... W 81-75 D 30 U.S. International...................................................... W 105-69 J2 Arizona State* ........................................................... W 84-70 J9 Oregon State* ........................................................... W 65-63 J 12 Arizona*....................................................................... W 83-63 J 15 at UCLA* ........................................................................L 71-75 J 17 at (15) USC* ..................................................................L 64-66 J 19 Portland ...................................................................... W 79-70 J 22 at Washington State*.............................................. W 101-55 J 24 at Washington* ...........................................................L 57-69 J 27 Portland State ........................................................... W 94-74 J 30 California* ................................................................... W 94-70 J 31 Stanford* ..................................................................... W 65-51 F5 at Arizona* .................................................................. W 67-66 F7 at Arizona State* .............................................W (OT) 83-82 F 13 at Oregon State*....................................................... W 71-51 F 20 (18) USC* ..................................................................... W 79-78 F 21 UCLA* ........................................................................... W 77-57 F 26 (17) Washington* ..................................................... W 79-69 F 28 Washington State* .................................................. W 74-70 M5 at Stanford* ................................................................ W 63-54 M7 at California* ................................................................L 84-87 M 11 Eastern Washington#.............................................. W 75-56 M 14 (10) Ohio State# ..........................................................L 62-76 $ Bulldog Invitational (Spokane, Wash.) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Eugene, Ore.)

1987-88 (16-12, 9-9) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 7-4, A: 6-7, N: 3-1 N 27 Gonzaga............................................................. W D4 vs. Oral Roberts$ ............................................. W D5 at Montana$ ....................................................... L D8 at Portland ........................................................ W D 11 at Pepperdine^.................................................. L D 12 vs. Kent State^ ................................................. W D 21 Utah ..................................................................... W D 28 at Hofstra ........................................................... W D 29 vs. (13) Western Kentucky% .......................... L D 30 vs. Cheyney% ................................................... W J7 at USC* ................................................................. L J8 at UCLA* .............................................................. L

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70-55 85-64 55-67 69-56 66-67 79-78 79-58 68-59 71-83 91-70 56-82 70-77

J 15 J 16 J 22 J 23 J 29 J 30 F5 F7 F 12 F 13 F 18 F 20 F 26 F 27 M4 M 11

at Arizona* ........................................................ W at Arizona State* ............................................... L (12) Washington* .............................................. L Washington State* ......................................... W at (10) Stanford*................................................ L at California*..................................................... W UCLA* ................................................................... L (19) USC*.............................................................. L Arizona State* .................................................. W Arizona* ............................................................. W at Washington State* .................................... W at (11) Washington* ......................................... L California* ......................................................... W (8) Stanford* ....................................................... L Oregon State* .................................................. W at Oregon State* ............................................. W

74-69 60-70 67-68 78-59 48-84 94-83 65-74 61-68 73-61 69-61 64-62 51-68 90-71 57-65 58-47 53-51

$ Domino’s Pizza Classic (Missoula, Mont.) ^ Pepperdine Tournament (Malibu, Calif.) % Rev. Cahill Invitational (New York, N.Y.) * Pac-10 game

1988-89 (22-10, 11-7) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 12-1, A: 6-8, N: 4-1 N 26 Concordia (Ore.) .............................................. W 76-48 D1 at Hawai’i ............................................................. L 72-81 D2 vs. Colorado$ ..................................................... L 51-62 D7 Portland ............................................................. W 85-68 D9 vs. Utah^ ............................................................ W 73-53 D 10 at Oregon State^ ...................................W (OT) 67-59 D 16 Brigham Young ................................................ W 72-61 D 19 at Portland State ............................................. W 82-73 D 21 North Dakota ................................................... W 77-72 D 29 at Montana State ............................................ W 73-53 D 30 at Utah .................................................................. L 58-68 J6 at Oregon State* ............................................. W 52-51 J 13 Arizona* ............................................................. W 87-67 J 14 Arizona State* .................................................. W 89-75 J 19 at Washington*.................................................. L 59-71 J 21 at Washington State* ...................................... L 77-80 J 27 (6) Stanford* ....................................................... L 69-92 J 28 California* ......................................................... W 94-64 F3 USC* .................................................................... W 71-56 F4 UCLA* ................................................................. W 75-65 F9 at Arizona* .......................................................... L 78-92 F 10 at Arizona State* ............................................. W 75-74 F 17 Washington State* ................................W (OT) 87-76 F 18 Washington* .................................................... W 89-76 F 24 at California*....................................................... L 80-83 F 25 at (4) Stanford* .................................................. L 73-107 M 3 at UCLA* ............................................................ W 76-60 M 4 at USC* ................................................................. L 68-71 M 10 Oregon State* .................................................. W 61-55 M 23 vs. DePaul# ........................................................ W 82-77 M 24 vs. Toledo#......................................................... W 93-63 M 25 vs. San Diego State# ...................................... W 67-62 $ Played at Honolulu, Hawai`i ^ Converse Classic (Corvallis, Ore.) * Pac-10 game # National Women’s Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, Texas)

1989-90 (17-12, 9-9) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 10-4, A: 5-7, N: 2-1 N 11 Simon Fraser..................................................... W N 25 vs. Grambling State$ ..................................... W N 26 at (7) Auburn$.................................................... L N 28 at Portland ........................................................ W D1 vs. (22) Western Kentucky% ........................ W

D2 D4 D 17 D 22 D 29 J5 J7 J 12 J 14 J 18 J 20 J 25 J 27 F1 F3 F9 F 15 F 17 F 23 F 25 M1 M3 M8 M 10

vs. Grambling State% ..................................... L at New Mexico State ...................................... W Northwestern ..................................................... L Portland State .................................................. W Gonzaga............................................................. W California* ......................................................... W (2) Stanford* ...................................................... L at Oregon State* ............................................. W Rutgers ............................................................... W at (10) Washington* ........................................ L at Washington State* .................................... W USC* .................................................................... W UCLA* ................................................................. W at Arizona* ........................................................ W at Arizona State* ............................................... L Oregon State* .................................................. W Washington State* ......................................... W Washington* ...................................................... L at UCLA* .............................................................. L at USC* ................................................................. L Arizona State* .................................................. W Arizona* ............................................................... L at (2) Stanford* .................................................. L at California*....................................................... L

63-81 80-71 67-84 91-71 64-40 73-65 57-76 76-61 92-78 57-73 68-65 80-58 80-66 84-73 68-81 82-63 80-71 52-62 65-79 61-66 83-72 74-79 45-75 72-79

$ Auburn Dial Classic (Auburn, Ala.) % Cellular One Red Raider Classic (Lubbock, Texas) * Pac-10 game

1990-91 (13-15, 6-12) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 5-7, A: 6-8, N: 2-0 N 23 at St. Joseph’s ..................................................... L N 24 at (23) Rutgers ................................................... L N 30 at Weber State ................................................. W D2 at Gonzaga ........................................................ W D7 New Mexico State........................................... W D8 at Portland State ............................................ W D 18 (4) Auburn ........................................................... L D 21 Montana ............................................................ W D 28 vs. Eastern Washington$ .............................. W D 29 vs. Texas A&M$ ................................................ W J3 at California*....................................................... L J5 at (8) Stanford* .................................................. L J 11 Oregon State* .................................................... L J 18 (13) Washington* .............................................. L J 20 Washington State* ........................................... L J 25 at USC* ................................................................. L J 27 at UCLA* .............................................................. L J 31 Arizona* ............................................................. W F2 Arizona State* .................................................. W F 10 at Oregon State* ............................................. W F 15 at Washington State* ...................................... L F 17 at (10) Washington* ........................................ L F 22 UCLA* ................................................................... L F 24 USC* ..................................................................... L F 28 at Arizona State* ............................................. W M 2 at Arizona* ........................................................ W M 7 (9) Stanford* ....................................................... L M 9 Calfornia*........................................................... W

70-76 58-70 62-60 74-60 114-92 89-77 51-69 74-69 79-54 74-69 67-94 61-88 58-74 50-55 69-102 71-80 67-93 97-67 81-77 65-63 72-76 55-65 74-82 44-67 69-67 107-76 60-103 64-57

$ Rose City Classic (Portland, Ore.) * Pac-10 game

1991-92 (14-14, 6-12) 80-64 84-81 78-89 85-76 90-65

Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 6-7, A: 8-7, N: 0-0 N 29 at North Dakota .............................................. W D1 at Northwestern .............................................. W D2 at DePaul ........................................................... W D6 Boise State......................................................... W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS D7 D 16 D 18 D 19 D 28 J7 J 10 J 12 J 16 J 18 J 23 J 25 J 31 F6 F8 F 13 F 15 F 20 F 22 F 26 M5 M7 M 12 M 14

St. Joseph’s ........................................................ W 73-54 at Montana ......................................................... L 69-101 at Texas A&M ...................................................... L 78-82 at Louisville ....................................................... W 76-70 Montana State ........................................W (OT) 81-80 Portland ............................................................. W 85-71 at UCLA* .............................................................. L 72-91 at USC* ................................................................. L 55-83 Washington State* ......................................... W 69-54 (9) Washington* ................................................ L 66-71 at Arizona* ........................................................ W 91-67 at Arizona State* ............................................. W 78-72 at Oregon State* ....................................W (OT) 83-81 (24) California* ................................................... L 75-84 (3) Stanford* ....................................................... L 57-74 at (18) Washington* ......................................... L 66-69 at Washington State* .................................... W 65-60 Arizona State* ................................................... L 76-89 Arizona* ............................................................... L 74-76 Oregon State* .................................................. W 62-59 at (6) Stanford* .................................................. L 70-92 at California*....................................................... L 75-85 USC* ...................................................................... L 76-81 UCLA* ................................................................... L 76-83

* Pac-10 game

1992-93 (9-18, 3-15) Coach: Elwin Heiny H: 5-8, A: 3-10, N: 1-0 D4 vs. Southwest Missouri State$ ................... W D6 at (3) Vanderbilt$ .............................................. L D9 Brigham Young ................................................ W D 10 (24) DePaul.......................................................... L D 12 Weber State ...................................................... W D 19 Louisville ............................................................ W D 29 at Portland ........................................................ W J2 at Idaho State ................................................... W J3 at Boise State...................................................... L J7 (24) California* ................................................... L J9 (4) Stanford* ....................................................... L J 13 at UCLA* .............................................................. L J 16 at (15) USC*......................................................... L J 21 Washington State* ........................................... L J 23 Washington* ...................................................... L J 28 at Arizona* .......................................................... L J 30 at Arizona State* ............................................... L F5 Oregon State* .................................................... L F 11 (16) USC*.............................................................. L F 13 UCLA* ................................................................. W F 18 at Washington*.................................................. L F 20 at Washington State* .................................... W F 25 Arizona State* .................................................... L F 27 Arizona* ............................................................. W M 5 at Oregon State* ............................................... L M 11 at (8) Stanford* .................................................. L M 13 at California*....................................................... L

D 30 J3 J6 J8 J 13 J 20 J 22 J 27 J 29 F3 F5 F 11 F 17 F 19 F 24 F 26 M3 M5 M 10 M 12 M 16 M 19

at San Diego State ............................................ L UTEP .................................................................... W UCLA* ................................................................. W (10) USC*.............................................................. L at Oregon State* ............................................... L at Washington State* .................................... W at (16) Washington* ....................................... W Arizona* ............................................................. W Arizona State* .................................................. W at (14) Stanford*................................................ L at California*..................................................... W Oregon State* .................................................. W (15) Washington* ............................................ W Washington State* ......................................... W at Arizona State* ............................................. W at Arizona* ........................................................ W California* ......................................................... W (11) Stanford*..................................................... L at USC* ................................................................. L at UCLA* ............................................................ W Santa Clara#...................................................... W at (5) Colorado#................................................. L

77-84 90-70 82-77 45-47 68-86 70-69 70-67 78-66 73-59 60-81 91-69 54-46 62-41 80-62 97-84 74-67 75-36 60-72 74-85 76-68 74-59 71-92

% Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Hawai`i) $ UTA/Marriott Classic (Arlington, Texas) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Boulder, Colo.)

$ MCI/O’Charley’s Classic (Nashville, Tenn.) * Pac-10 game

Coach: Jody Runge H: 13-3, A: 5-6, N: 0-1 N 25 Illinois% .............................................................. W N 26 Drake% ................................................................. L D 10 Portland ............................................................. W D 15 at Idaho State ................................................... W D 17 at Brigham Young ........................................... W D 19 Texas-Arlington ............................................... W D 21 (9) Vanderbilt...................................................... L D 30 Santa Clara ........................................................ W J3 Saint Mary’s....................................................... W J5 at UCLA* ............................................................ W J7 at (21) USC*......................................................... L J 13 (21) Oregon State* ......................................... W J 19 Washington State* ......................................... W J 21 (13) Washington* ............................................ W J 26 at Arizona* .......................................................... L J 28 at Arizona State* ............................................... L F2 (3) Stanford* ....................................................... L F4 California* ......................................................... W F9 at (23) Oregon State* ...................................... L F 17 at Washington State* .................................... W F 19 at (10) Washington* ......................................... L F 23 Arizona State* .................................................. W F 25 Arizona* ............................................................. W M 2 at California*..................................................... W M 4 at (5) Stanford* .................................................. L M 9 (23) USC*............................................................ W M 11 UCLA* ................................................................. W M 17 vs. Louisville# ..................................................... L

72-55 67-76 63-61 80-71 82-69 68-61 54-82 65-61 82-51 84-59 77-78 66-56 84-66 83-61 74-78 77-79 57-70 77-59 86-96 81-75 78-85 83-44 73-55 89-73 55-97 76-50 83-65 65-67

% Pepsi Shootout (Eugene, Ore.) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Athens, Ga.)

1993-94 (20-9, 13-5) Coach: Jody Runge H: 10-2, A: 8-6, N: 2-1 N 26 at Hawai`i% ......................................................... L N 27 vs. Northern Illinois% .................................... W D3 vs. Middle Tennessee State$ ......................... L D4 vs. South Florida$ ........................................... W D 11 Idaho State ........................................................ W D 13 at Weber State ................................................. W D 28 at San Diego ..................................................... W

64-73 73-64 74-79 63-59 56-36 95-70 74-67

68-45 78-62 57-52 72-46 47-56 83-45 57-58 59-72 66-82 42-61 73-56 72-52 55-47 75-48 66-75 60-53 58-49 73-54 65-74 51-56 54-51 67-53 64-83 69-60 60-74

1996-97 (22-7, 14-4) Coach: Jody Runge H: 11-2, A: 8-4, N: 3-1 N 29 Idaho State% .................................................... W N 30 Utah% ................................................................. W D3 Portland ............................................................. W D6 UNLV.................................................................... W D 14 at Gonzaga ........................................................ W D 19 vs. Mercer$ ........................................................ W D 20 vs. Brigham Young$ ....................................... W D 21 vs. (3) Georgia$ .................................................. L D 31 at Iowa State ....................................................... L J4 Oregon State* .................................................. W J9 Washington State* ......................................... W J 11 Washington* .................................................... W J 16 at (3) Stanford* .................................................. L J 18 at California*..................................................... W J 23 Arizona State* .................................................. W J 25 Arizona* ............................................................... L J 31 at UCLA* ............................................................ W F2 at USC* ................................................................. L F6 at Washington*................................................ W F8 at Washington State* .................................... W F 13 California* ......................................................... W F 15 (3) Stanford* ....................................................... L F 20 at Arizona* ........................................................ W F 22 at Arizona State* ............................................. W F 27 USC* .................................................................... W M 1 UCLA* ................................................................. W M 6 at Oregon State* ............................................. W M 15 vs. San Diego State# ...................................... W M 17 at (10) Tennessee# ............................................ L

68-33 51-49 76-65 95-38 52-33 74-52 82-70 55-72 63-72 77-59 80-46 67-60 61-85 68-64 74-62 57-60 76-64 65-73 67-63 62-52 71-42 66-69 85-81 65-45 70-53 64-61 76-59 80-68 59-76

% Pepsi Shootout (Eugene, Ore.) $ Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, Alaska) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Knoxville, Tenn.)

1995-96 (18-11, 10-8) Coach: Jody Runge H: 10-3, A: 8-7, N: 0-1 N 15 at Utah$ ............................................................... L N 24 Long Beach State% ........................................ W N 25 Houston% ......................................................... W D9 at Portland ........................................................ W

at Santa Clara ................................................... W at Saint Mary’s.................................................. W San Diego State ............................................... W at UNLV............................................................... W at Southern Utah .............................................. L Gonzaga............................................................. W at (12) Oregon State* ...................................... L at Washington State* ...................................... L at Washington*.................................................. L (6) Stanford* ....................................................... L California* ......................................................... W at Arizona State* ............................................. W at Arizona* ........................................................ W UCLA* ................................................................. W USC* .............................................................L (OT) Washington* .................................................... W Washington State* ......................................... W at California*..................................................... W at (4) Stanford* .................................................. L Arizona* ............................................................... L Arizona State* .................................................. W at USC* ............................................................... W at UCLA* .............................................................. L (21) Oregon State* ......................................... W vs. (17) Wisconsin# ........................................... L

$ Preseason WNIT (Salt Lake City, Utah) % Pepsi Shootout (Eugene, Ore.) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)

1994-95 (18-10, 11-7) 58-56 68-72 77-63 62-65 84-45 81-70 85-77 83-61 78-91 63-75 72-91 75-79 69-78 54-66 74-87 70-79 42-79 63-67 61-80 89-78 51-59 88-75 63-77 77-63 56-66 52-86 74-90

D 13 D 15 D 20 D 27 D 29 J2 J5 J 11 J 13 J 18 J 21 J 24 J 26 F1 F3 F8 F 10 F 15 F 17 F 22 F 24 F 29 M2 M8 M 15

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N 21 N 24 N 29 D5 D 19 D 20 D 21 D 29 J2 J4 J8 J 10 J 15 J 17 J 22 J 24 J 29 F6 F8 F 12 F 14 F 19 F 21 F 27 M5 M7 M 14

at Idaho .............................................................. W 78 78-61 61 at Portland .......................................................... L 59-67 Portland State% .............................................. W 64-60 at (17) Western Kentucky ............................... L 90-92 vs. Mississippi State$ ....................................... L 64-68 vs. Washington State$................................... W 94-71 vs. Nevada$....................................................... W 58-53 Kansas ................................................................... L 53-59 at California*..................................................... W 71-54 at (17) Stanford*................................................ L 72-97 USC* .................................................................... W 79-65 UCLA* ................................................................... L 75-80 at (13) Washington* ....................................... W 76-59 at Washington State* .................................... W 62-57 (7) Arizona* ....................................................... W 68-66 Arizona State* .................................................. W 100-61 at Oregon State* ............................................. W 80-57 at UCLA* .............................................................. L 54-82 at USC* ............................................................... W 76-58 Washington State* ......................................... W 61-51 Washington* .................................................... W 72-57 at Arizona State* ....................................W (OT) 69-67 at (8) Arizona* .................................................... L 48-68 Oregon State* .................................................. W 77-67 (5) Stanford* ....................................................... L 71-79 California* ......................................................... W 82-66 vs. Rutgers#......................................................... L 76-79

% Pepsi Shootout (Eugene, Ore.) $ Kona Classic (Kona, Hawai`i) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Ames, Iowa)

1998-99 (25-6, 15-3) Coach: Jody Runge H: 14 1, A: 9 4, N: 2 1 14-1, 9-4, 2-1

N 13 N 16 N 22 N 24 N 27 N 28 D4 D5 D 15 D 22 D 29 J2 J4 J8 J 10

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Nevada@ N d @ ............................................................ W Colorado State@ ............................................... L Idaho ................................................................... W at Colorado ....................................................... W Brigham Young% ............................................ W Wyoming% ....................................................... W vs. Butler$ ............................................................ L vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore$ ...................... W at Boise State.................................................... W vs. DePaul^ ....................................................... W Portland ............................................................. W California* ......................................................... W Stanford* ........................................................... W at USC* ............................................................... W at (10) UCLA* ...................................................... L

81-74 81 74 70-72 76-58 75-63 74-56 63-33 53-62 76-38 70-50 86-57 60-48 64-49 63-59 77-53 72-76

J 15 J 17 J 21 J 23 J 29 F4 F8 F 11 F 13 F 19 F 21 F 26 M4 M6 M 12 M 14

Washington* .................................................... W 70-56 Washington State* ......................................... W 72-64 at Arizona* .......................................................... L 74-78 at Arizona State* ............................................. W 68-52 Oregon State* .................................................. W 59-46 (7) UCLA* ........................................................... W 106-79 USC* .................................................................... W 73-61 at Washington State* .................................... W 65-54 at Washington*................................................ W 67-57 Arizona State* .................................................. W 58-53 Arizona* ............................................................. W 82-76 at Oregon State* ............................................. W 60-52 at Stanford* ........................................................ L 73-82 at California*..................................................... W 80-57 vs. Cincinnati# .................................................. W 65-56 at (19) Iowa State#............................................ L 70-85

@ Preseason WNIT % Pepsi Shootout (Eugene, Ore.) $ Kansas Invitational (Lawrence, Kan.) ^ Portland Jam (Portland, Ore.) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Ames, Iowa)

1999-00 (23-8, 14-4) Coach: Jody Runge 2-0 H: 11-3, 11 3, A: 10-5, 10 5, N: 2 0

N 21 N 26 N 27 N 30 D4 D 10 D 11 D 13 D 18 D 22 D 30 J2 J8 J 13 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 27 J 29 F4 F6 F 10 F 12 F 17 F 20 F 24 F 26 M2 M4 M 10 M 17

Western Kentucky .......................................... W Howard% ........................................................... W (21) Virginia Tech% ......................................... W at Portland ........................................................ W Colorado ............................................................ W vs. Kansas State$ ............................................. W at Southwest Missouri State$....................... L at (23) UC Santa Barbara ................................ L vs. Portland State^ ......................................... W at DePaul ........................................................... W at Santa Clara ................................................... W at San Francisco ................................................ L at Oregon State* ............................................. W at California*..................................................... W at Stanford* ........................................................ L Washington* .................................................... W Washington State* ......................................... W at USC* ................................................................. L at (10) UCLA* .................................................... W (19) Arizona* ...................................................... L Arizona State* .................................................. W (24) Stanford*................................................... W California* ......................................................... W at Washington State* .................................... W at Washington*................................................ W (22) UCLA*......................................................... W USC* ...................................................................... L at Arizona State* ............................................. W at (20) Arizona*................................................ W Oregon State* .................................................. W UAB#.............................................................L (OT)

% Pepsi Shootout (Eugene, Ore.) $ Women’s Sports Foundation Classic (Springfield, Mo.) ^ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Eugene, Ore.)

66-59 77-42 73-53 68-57 90-58 79-69 69-70 61-74 79-42 86-82 66-60 60-66 68-51 67-51 62-78 65-51 77-65 73-74 67-58 66-73 66-55 61-57 75-63 73-68 70-69 89-72 63-69 67-56 75-71 60-53 79-80

2000-01 (17-12, 10-8) Coach: Jody Runge H: 11-2, A: 4-9, N: 2-1

N 18 N 19 N 24 D2 D9 D 13 D 16 D 22 D 30 J2 J5 J 11 J 13 J 18 J 20 J 25 J 27 F1 F3 F8 F 10 F 15 F 17 F 23 F 25 M1 M3 M 10 M 17

vs. (16) Wisconsin$ ....................................... W at (19) N.C. State$ .......................................... W Portland ............................................................ W vs. Santa Clara^ ............................................. W at (25) Texas% .................................................... L at (11) Texas Tech ....................................L (OT) at Utah ................................................................. L UC Santa Barbara .......................................... W San Francisco .................................................. W Boise State ........................................................ W at Oregon State* ............................................. W California* ......................................................... W (24) Stanford*................................................... W at Washington*................................................ W at Washington State* ...................................... L USC* ...................................................................... L UCLA* ................................................................. W at Arizona* .......................................................... L at Arizona State* ............................................... L at Stanford* ........................................................ L at California*....................................................... L Washington State* ........................................... L (23) Washington* ...................................W (OT) at UCLA* .............................................................. L at USC* ............................................................... W (22) Arizona State* ......................................... W Arizona* ............................................................. W Oregon State* .................................................. W vs. (16) Iowa#.............................................L (OT)

71-57 50-47 80-56 62-54 58-82 75-79 48-63 81-60 92-65 67-29 71-67 86-56 72-54 67-53 64-67 53-55 54-43 76-88 63-73 54-63 57-68 76-77 64-60 68-70 74-66 63-56 83-78 72-60 82-89

$ GlaxoWellcome Invitational (Raleigh, N.C.) % Secret Four in the Fall (Austin, Texas) ^ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) * Pac-10 game # NCAA Tournament (Salt Lake City, Utah)

2001-02 (22-13, 10-8) Coach: Bev Smith H: 14 6, A: 6-7, 6 7, N: 2-0 20 14-6,

N 17 N 18 N 20 N 24 N 26 N 30 D1

Wisconsin-Green Wisconsin Green Bay Ba ...................................... L Miami .................................................................. W at Portland .......................................................... L vs. TCU^.............................................................. W (9) Texas Tech ..................................................... L vs. St. John’s% .................................................. W at Kansas% ........................................................ W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS D8 D 12 D 20 D 22 D 28 D 30 J4 J6 J 10 J 13 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F2 F7 F9 F 16 F 21 F 23 M1 M2 M3 M13 M 17 M 20 M 23 M 27

Utah ..................................................................... W at BYU ................................................................... L at UCLA* ............................................................ W at USC* ................................................................. L Washington* .................................................... W Washington State* ......................................... W Arizona* ............................................................. W Arizona State* .................................................... L at California*..................................................... W at (5) Stanford* .................................................. L Oregon State* .................................................... L USC* .................................................................... W UCLA* ................................................................. W at Arizona State* ............................................... L at Arizona* ......................................................... L (2) Stanford* ....................................................... L California* ......................................................... W at Oregon State* ....................................W (OT) at Washington State* .................................... W at Washington*.................................................. L Washington State$......................................... W Washington$ .................................................... W Arizona State$ ................................................... L Saint Mary’s&.................................................... W Oregon State& ................................................. W at Washington&............................................... W Michigan State&.............................................. W Houston& .......................................................... W

63-55 58-74 76-67 73-83 69-56 76-47 72-53 72-86 65-53 76-91 53-61 75-65 76-54 58-69 68-84 72-77 76-43 84-83 88-47 80-88 85-67 78-64 58-64 72-61 50-48 77-73 65-54 54-52

* Pac-10 game ^ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) % Jayhawk Classic (Lawrence, Kan.) $ Pac-10 Tournament (Eugene, Ore.) & Women’s National Invitation Tournament

2002-03 (12-16, 8-10) Coach: Bev Smith H: 7-5, A: 4-8, N: 1-3

N 22 N 26 N 28 N 29 D5 D7 D 15 D 19 D 22 D 27 D 29 J2 J4 J9 J 11 J 18 J 23 J 25 J 30 F1 F6 F8 F 15 F 20 F 22

Gonzaga............................................................. W G at Wisconsin-Green Bay.................................. L vs. South Carolina% ......................................... L vs. (18) Boston College%................................ L Portland ............................................................. W (19) BYU^........................................................... W Santa Clara .......................................................... L at Montana ....................................................... W at TCU.................................................................... L UCLA* ................................................................... L USC* .................................................................... W at (20) Arizona*.................................................. L at Arizona State* ............................................... L California* ......................................................... W (6) Stanford* ....................................................... L at Oregon State* ............................................... L at Washington*.................................................. L at Washington State* .................................... W Arizona State* .................................................. W (24) Arizona* ..................................................... L at (6) Stanford* .................................................. L at California*..................................................... W Oregon State* .................................................. W Washington State* ......................................... W (23) Washington* .............................................. L

83-72 83 72 53-69 40-67 47-64 85-63 80-78 79-88 65-60 70-76 68-93 79-73 65-96 63-78 70-67 74-75 51-67 60-79 73-69 68-52 66-71 54-85 54-52 68-58 85-52 59-75

F 27 M1 M8

at USC* ............................................................... W at UCLA* .............................................................. L vs. UCLA$ ............................................................. L

75-70 54-56 58-71

2004-05 (21-10, 12-6) Coach: Bev Smith 5-7, 4-2 H: 12-1, 12 1, A: 5 7, N: 4 2

* Pac-10 game ^ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) % Paradise Jam (St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands) $ Pac-10 Tournament (San José, Calif.)

2003-04 (14-15, 6-12) Coach: Bev Smith 9-5, H: 9 5, A: 4-9, 4 9, N: 1-1 11

N 15 N 16 N 25 N 28 N 29 D4 D6 D 12 D 16 D 18 D 27 D 29 J2 J4 J 10 J 15 J 17 J 22 J 24 J 29 J 31 F7 F 12 F 14 F 19 F 21 F 26 F 28 M5

Valparaiso% V l i % ...................................................... W (9) LSU% ............................................................. W at Gonzaga ........................................................ W Kansas& .............................................................. W N.C. State& ........................................................ W at Portland .......................................................... L vs. Colorado State^ ........................................ W Montana ............................................................ W at Santa Clara ................................................... W at George Washington.................................... L at California*....................................................... L at (9) Stanford* .................................................. L USC* ...................................................................... L UCLA* ................................................................... L Oregon State* .................................................. W at Washington*.................................................. L at Washington State* .................................... W Arizona* ............................................................... L Arizona State* .................................................... L at UCLA* ............................................................ W at USC* ................................................................. L at Oregon State* ............................................... L Washington State* ......................................... W Washington* ...................................................... L at Arizona State* ............................................... L at Arizona* .......................................................... L (10) Stanford*................................................... W California* ......................................................... W vs. California$ ..................................................... L

* Pac-10 game % Women’s Sports Foundation Classic (Eugene, Ore.)..... & Oregon Classic (Eugene, Ore.) ^ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) $ Pac-10 Tournament (San José, Calif.)

60-47 60 47 76-67 73-57 54-51 83-78 58-76 62-50 53-52 68-56 52-72 57-61 51-77 55-69 57-63 56-54 50-95 60-50 66-70 67-69 61-55 56-71 61-75 74-52 56-67 40-65 58-84 67-66 77-62 57-82

N 19 N 23 N 26 N 27 D4 D9 D 12 D 18 D 21 D 27 D 29 J2 J4 J8 J 13 J 15 J 20 J 22 J 27 J 29 F5 F 10 F 12 F 17 F 19 F 24 F 26 M5 M6 M 19 M 21

Portland P tl d ............................................................. W Southern ............................................................ W vs. Miami (Fla.)# ............................................... W at Long Island# ................................................ W vs. George Washington^.............................. W Idaho State ........................................................ W at Colorado State ............................................ W (10) Ohio State% ............................................... L at Arkansas.......................................................... L California* ......................................................... W (5) Stanford* ..................................................... W at USC* ................................................................. L at (22) UCLA* ...................................................... L at Oregon State* ............................................. W Washington* .................................................... W Washington State* ......................................... W at Arizona* .......................................................... L at Arizona State* ............................................... L UCLA* ................................................................. W USC* .................................................................... W Oregon State* .................................................. W at Washington State* .................................... W at Washington*.................................................. L Arizona State* .................................................. W Arizona* ............................................................. W at (3) Stanford* .................................................. L at California*..................................................... W vs. Washington$ .............................................. W vs. Arizona State$ ............................................. L vs. (23) TCU& ..................................................... W vs. (5) Baylor&..................................................... L

63-46 63 46 65-52 79-73 68-50 64-40 79-56 66-57 58-73 62-65 81-50 62-58 72-77 54-70 82-58 86-77 69-50 60-69 65-74 78-71 81-59 64-55 62-47 57-81 66-59 69-51 45-76 58-51 64-50 47-54 58-55 46-69

* Pac-10 game # Long Island Turkey Classic (Brooklyn, N.Y.) ^ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) % Nike Classic (Eugene, Ore.) $ Pac-10 Tournament (San José, Calif.) & NCAA Tournament (Seattle, Wash.)

2005-06 (14-15, 5-13) Coach: Bev Smith H: 9-5,, A: 4-9,, N: 1-1

N 11 N 12 N 20 N 22 N 25

Saint Francis (Pa.)#.......................................... W (21) Temple ......................................................... L Nevada ............................................................... W at Portland ........................................................ W Arkansas............................................................. W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS N 28 D 10 D 12 D 15 D 20 D 22 D 30 J5 J7 J 12 J 14 J 19 J 21 J 25 J 28 F2 F4 F9 F 12 F 16 F 18 F 23 F 25 M3

Drake ................................................................... W 70-40 vs. Prairie View A&M^.................................... W 102-36 at Saint Mary’s.................................................. W 68-67 at Idaho State ................................................... W 89-69 at UCLA* .............................................................. L 63-82 at USC* ................................................................. L 48-72 at Colorado ....................................................... W 72-64 California* ......................................................... W 70-41 (16) Stanford*..................................................... L 64-76 at (15) Arizona State* ...................................... L 43-44 at Arizona* .................................................L (OT) 72-81 Washington State* ......................................... W 54-50 Washington* .................................................... W 81-73 at Oregon State* ............................................... L 61-63 Oregon State* .................................................. W 54-45 at (15) Stanford*................................................ L 58-79 at California*....................................................... L 39-49 Arizona* ............................................................. W 78-58 (16) Arizona State* ........................................... L 52-62 at Washington*.................................................. L 55-61 at Washington State* ...................................... L 53-68 USC* ...................................................................... L 64-69 UCLA* ................................................................... L 65-66 vs. Arizona$......................................................... L 57-64

* Pac-10 game # Women’s Sports Foundation Classic (Eugene, Ore.) ^ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) $ Pac-10 Tournament (San José, Calif.)

2006-07 (17-14, 8-10) Coach: Bev Smith H: 10-5,, A: 6-8,, N:1-1

N 17 N 19 N 24 N 25 N 28 N 30 D9 D 14 D 16 D 21 D 23 D 30 J5 J7 J 11 J 13 J 18 J 20 J 24 J 28 F1 F3 F8 F 10 F 15 F 17 F 22 F 24

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at UC Santa Barbara ................................................ W at Long Beach State ................................................ W Boise State#..................................................................L Utah# ............................................................................ W Portland ....................................................................... W Saint Mary’s ................................................................ W vs. Colorado^............................................................. W at Drake ....................................................................... W at Missouri State .........................................................L Washington* ................................................................L Washington State* .................................................. W BYU ................................................................................ W at USC* ...................................................................LOT2 at UCLA* ........................................................................L Arizona*....................................................................... W Arizona State* .............................................................L at Stanford* ..................................................................L at California* ................................................................L Oregon State* ........................................................LOT at Oregon State*....................................................... W UCLA* ........................................................................... W USC*.............................................................................. W at Arizona State* ........................................................L at Arizona* .................................................................. W California* ................................................................... W Stanford* .......................................................................L at Washington State*.............................................. W at Washington* ...........................................................L

85-77 44-33 47-56 50-44 73-46 79-53 70-60 66-63 56-71 56-60 66-55 70-61 71-79 70-77 86-73 70-80 48-70 56-65 59-65 70-63 76-60 73-63 48-61 59-55 62-42 56-74 51-34 46-61

M3 M 17 M 22

vs. California$ ..............................................................L UC Santa Barbara% ................................................. W at Wyoming% ..............................................................L

51-63 70-54 62-64

2008-09 (9-21, 5-13) Coach: Bev Smith H: 55-10, 10, A: 44-9, 9, N: 00-22

# Oregon Thanksgiving Tournament (Eugene, Ore.) ^ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) * Pac-10 game $ Pac-10 Tournament (San Jose, Calif.) % WNIT

2007-08 (14-17, 7-11) Coach: Bev Smith H: 8-5, A: 2-10, N: 4-2

N 10 N 15 N 23 N24 N 29 D2 D8 D 12 D 18 D 19 D 29 J3 J5 J 10 J 12 J 17 J 19 J 24 J 26 J 31 F2 F7 F9 F 15 F 17 F 21 F 23 M1 M7 M8

San W S Jose J State............................................................ St t South Dakota State ...................................................L vs. Coppin State! ....................................................... W at New Mexico! ...........................................................L Long Beach State ..................................................... W at Portland ....................................................................L vs. UC Santa Barbara$............................................. W at #10 Baylor ................................................................L vs. South Florida^ ......................................................L vs. Tulsa^ ..................................................................... W at Oregon State*....................................................... W #24 Arizona State* .....................................................L Arizona*....................................................................... W at #9 California* ..........................................................L at #7 Stanford* ............................................................L Washington State* .................................................. W Washington* .............................................................. W at UCLA* ........................................................................L at USC* ...........................................................................L at Arizona* ....................................................................L at Arizona State* ........................................................L #6 Stanford* .................................................................L #9 California* ...............................................................L at Washington* ...........................................................L at Washington State*.............................................. W USC*................................................................................L UCLA* ........................................................................... W Oregon State* ........................................................... W vs. Washington State%........................................... W vs. #10 California%.....................................................L

67-32 67 32 60-67 64-51 46-65 66-45 74-78 65-56 45-80 58-68 67-56 76-72 50-63 59-53 52-61 49-83 64-45 66-64 59-63 42-46 60-65 51-52 43-72 34-53 60-61 70-67 58-67 66-55 60-49 66-45 60-67

N 15 N 18 N 21 N 23 N 29 D4 D 13 D 17 D 20 D 28 J2 J4 J8 J 10 J 15 J 17 J 22 J 24 J 26 J 31 F5 F7 F 12 F 14 F 19 F 21 F 28 M5 M7 M 12

att SSan JJose State St t ....................................................... W PACIFIC......................................................................... W at BYU .............................................................................L at South Dakota State ..............................................L WYOMING ................................................................... W MONTANA.....................................................................L vs. Georgia Tech# .......................................................L at Marquette ................................................................L #7 BAYLOR ....................................................................L UTAH ...............................................................................L at USC* ...........................................................................L at UCLA* ...................................................................... W ARIZONA* ................................................................... W ARIZONA STATE* ........................................................L at Washington* ......................................................... W at Washington State*.............................................. W #11 STANFORD*..........................................................L #8 CALIFORNIA* .........................................................L PORTLAND ................................................................. W OREGON STATE* .........................................................L at Arizona State* ........................................................L at Arizona* ....................................................................L WASHINGTON STATE*...............................................L WASHINGTON*.......................................................... W at #6 California* ..........................................................L at #4 Stanford ..............................................................L at Oregon State*.........................................................L UCLA* .............................................................................L USC*................................................................................L vs. Washington$ .........................................................L

69-68 69 68 76-71 45-67 63-80 51-45 52-60 59-74 39-69 71-81 49-63 56-66 73-56 68-55 51-83 75-55 57-41 57-85 50-65 64-55 61-42 56-68 44-68 45-58 77-69 42-84 49-68 41-70 69-70 64-94 43-69

# Pape’ Jam (Rose Garden Arena) * Pac-10 Conference games $ Pac-10 Tournament

2009-10 (18-16, 7-11) Coach: Paul Westhead 14-6, H: 14 6, A: 44-10, 10, N: 00-00

! New Mexico Thanksgiving Tournament $ Papé Jam (Portland, Ore.) ^ Caribbean Classic (Cancun, Mexico) * Pac-10 game % Pac-10 Tournament (San Jose, Calif.)

N 16 N 22 N 24 N 27 N 28 N 29 D2 D4 D6

EEastern t Washington W hi t ................................................ W 86 86-48 48 at Montana ................................................................. W 86-81 Santa Clara.................................................................. W 88-71 Cal State Fullerton! .................................................. W 117-69 Wisconsin!.....................................................................L 57-58 Portland State! .......................................................... W 87-58 Portland ....................................................................... W 95-68 Boise State .................................................................. W 88-61 Long Beach State ..................................................... W 102-70

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS D 16 D 20 D 22 J1 J3 J9 J 14 J 16 J 21 J 23 J 28 J 30 F6 F 11 F 13 F 18 F 20 F 25 F 27 M5 M7 M 12 M 18 M 23 M 25

at #25 Georgia Tech...................................................L at Wyoming ................................................................ W at Utah ................................................................. L (OT) Washington* .............................................................. W Washington State* .................................................. W at Oregon State*....................................................... W at Arizona State* ........................................................L at Arizona* ....................................................................L California* .....................................................................L #2 Stanford* .................................................................L at UCLA* ........................................................................L at USC* ......................................................................... W Oregon State* ........................................................... W Arizona*....................................................................... W Arizona State* ........................................................... W at #2 Stanford* ............................................................L at California* ................................................................L USC*................................................................................L UCLA* .............................................................................L at Washington State*................................................L at Washington* ...........................................................L USC$ ...............................................................................L Eastern Washignton% ............................................ W New Mexico%............................................................ W California% ...................................................................L

! World Vision Invitational (Eugene, Ore.) * Pac-10 Conference games $ Pac-10 Tournament % Women’s National Invitation Tournament

69-87 78-66 86-89 82-71 98-92 86-71 68-73 112-119 62-72 80-100 80-104 85-77 82-62 92-74 82-81 60-104 73-79 84-87 75-91 53-67 53-62 76-80 95-66 93-67 57-71

2010-11 (13-17, 4-14) Coach: Paul Westhead H: 7-8, A: 6-8, N: 0-1

N 13 N 19 N 22 N 26 N 27 N 28 D3 D 14 D 17 D 19 D 21 D 31 J2 J6

Western Oregon ....................................................... W at Long Beach State ................................................ W at Portland .................................................................. W Idaho%......................................................................... W Cal State Bakersfield%..............................................L Sacramento State% ................................................. W at Boise State ............................................................. W UC Riverside .................................................................L Denver ......................................................................... W at Saint Mary’s ........................................................... W at Santa Clara............................................................. W at Arizona* ....................................................................L at Arizona State* ........................................................L Washington State* .................................................. W

110-70 88-76 83-79 74-48 78-82 110-60 80-64 69-74 82-71 100-71 99-72 94-109 67-86 77-72

J8 J 13 J 15 J 23 J 27 J 29 F3 F5 F 10 F 12 F 19 F 24 F 26 M3 M5 M9

Washington* .............................................................. W 68-64 at USC* ...........................................................................L 76-79 at #9 UCLA* ..................................................................L 57-87 Oregon State* ........................................................... W 81-72 #4 Stanford* .................................................................L 56-91 California* .....................................................................L 65-81 at Washington* ...........................................................L 76-90 (OT) at Washington State*................................................L 90-96 #9 UCLA* .......................................................................L 48-75 USC*................................................................................L 63-85 at Oregon State*.........................................................L 59-61 at California* .............................................................. W 60-46 at #2 Stanford* ............................................................L 60-99 Arizona State* .............................................................L 66-75 Arizona*.........................................................................L 65-88 Arizona$ ........................................................................L 89-90

% Oregon Invitational (Eugene, Ore.) * Pac-10 Conference games $ Pac-10 Tournament (Los Angeles)

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MAC COURT HISTORY & RECORDS Top 20 McArthur Court Crowds Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Attd. 9,738 9,087 8,815 8,260 7,861 7,691 7,672 7,602 7,465 7,134 6,979 6,835 6,448 6,258 6,193 6,106 6,037 6,035 5,994 5,861

Opponent Oregon State (March 8, 1996) Oregon State (March 10, 2000) Oregon State (March 10, 2001) Oregon State (Jan. 29, 1999) Arizona (Feb. 21, 1999) Santa Clara (March 16, 1994) UAB (March 17, 2000) Stanford (Jan. 13, 2001) UCLA (Feb. 24, 2000) UCLA (Feb. 4, 1999) Arizona State (Feb. 19, 1999) Houston (March 27, 2002) Stanford (March 5, 1998) Arizona (Feb. 4, 2000) Oregon State (Jan. 19, 2002) Stanford (Feb. 15, 1997) USC (Feb. 26, 2000) Washington (Jan. 15, 1999) Stanford (Feb. 10, 2000) Colorado (Dec. 4, 1999)

Mac Court Attendance Score W 69-60 W 60-53 W 72-60 W 59-46 W 82-76 W 74-59 L 80-79 (OT) W 72-54 W 89-72 W 106-79 W 58-53 W 54-52 L 79-71 L 73-66 L 61-53 L 69-66 L 69-63 W 70-56 W 61-57 W 90-58

Year 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

McArthur Court was put to rest on Jan. 8, 2011 after the Oregon women’s basketball team sent off the 84-year old venue in style, with a 68-64 victory over Washington at The Pit. In front of 2,854 fans in attendance, the Ducks needed all the support they could to hold off the relentless Huskies.

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G 11 12 11 8 14 9 11 12 17 11 13 14 12 12 13 12 16 13 13 11 15 14 13 20 12 14 13 14 15 13 15 20 8

Total 10,406 11,338 17,292 23,079 15,976 11,966 9,077 15,483 28,560 10,453 11,152 13,505 8,250 10,013 8,715 28,615 31,614 34,838 44,702 45,858 75,629 81,923 66,955 95,560 53,195 54,844 50,653 51,607 43,973 33,433 33,280 45,079 14,373

Avg. 946 945 1,572 2,884 1,141 1,330 825 1,290 1,680 950 858 965 688 834 670 2,384 1,975 2,680 3,439 4,169 5,042 5,852 5,150 4,778 4,433 3,917 3,896 3,687 2,932 2,578 2,219 2,254 1,797


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MATTHEW KNIGHT ARENA HISTORY & RECORDS Top Seven Matthew Knight Arena Records Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Attd. 12,320 4,541 4,197 4,011 3,072 2,207 1,777

Opponent vs. Oregon State (Jan. 23, 2011)* vs. USC (Feb. 12, 2011) vs. Arizona (March 5, 2011) vs. California (Jan. 29, 2011) vs. Stanford (Jan. 27, 2011) vs. Arizona State (March 3, 2011) vs. UCLA (Feb. 10, 2011)

Matt Arena Attendance Score W, 81-72 L, 85-63 L, 88-65 L, 81-65 L, 91-56 L, 75-66 L, 75-48

Year 2010-11

G 7

Total 32,125

Avg. 4,589

*Conference attendance record

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OREGON VS. ALL OPPONENTS

School Alabama Alaska-Anchorage Alaska-Fairbanks Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Auburn Baylor Boise State Boston College Brigham Young Butler California Cal Poly Cal Poly-Pomona Cal State Fullerton Cal State-Los Angeles Cal State Northridge Central Washington Cheyney Chico State Cincinnati Colorado Colorado State Concordia (Ore.) Coppin State CSU Bakersfield Delta State Denver DePaul Drake Eastern Oregon Eastern Washington Fresno State George Washington

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Home 0-0 5-0 0-1 17-8 17-9 0-0 0-1 0-1 6-1 0-0 5-0 0-0 22-8 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 0-0 4-0 3-0 0-0

Away Neutral 0-0 1-1 2-2 1-2 3-1 0-0 11-15 1-2 10-16 1-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 4-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 2-0 0-0 0-1 14-14 0-3 First Meeting 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 First Meeting 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 3-1 2-2 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 3-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 0-1 1-0

Total 1-1 8-4 3-2 29-25 28-28 0-2 0-2 0-3 10-4 0-1 8-3 0-1 36-25

Last 1984 1980 1977 2011 2011 2006 1991 2009 2011 2003 2009 1999 2011

2-1 1-0 1-0

1986 2010 1981

0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 8-3 2-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 5-1 2-3 1-0 7-0 4-2 1-1

1974 1988 1983 1999 2007 2005 1989 2008 2011 1985 2011 2000 2007 1976 2010 1986 2005

School Georgia Georgia Tech Gonzaga Grambling State Hawai`i Hofstra Houston Howard Humboldt State Idaho Idaho State Illinois Illinois State Iowa Iowa State Indiana Kansas Kansas State Kent State Kentucky Long Beach State Long Island Louisiana State Louisiana Tech Louisville Marquette Maryland Maryland-Eastern Shore Memphis Mercer Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan State Middle Tennessee State Minnesota

Home 0-0 0-0 4-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 3-2 0-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

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Away 0-0 0-1 4-0 0-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 3-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

Total 0-2 0-2 8-0 1-1 1-2 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 5-2 6-0 1-0 2-1 0-1 1-2 1-0 2-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 5-5 1-0 4-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0

Last 1997 2010 2004 1990 1994 1988 2002 2000 1978 2011 2006 1995 1984 2001 1999 1985 2004 2000 1988 1980 2011 2005 2004 1980 1995 2009 1984 1999 1983 1997 2005 2002 2002 1994 1979


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OREGON VS. ALL OPPONENTS School Mississippi State Missouri Missouri State Montana Montana State Nebraska Nevada Nevada-Las Vegas New Mexico New Mexico State Nicholls State North Carolina State North Dakota Northern Illinois Northern Kentucky Northwestern Ohio State Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon State Pacific Pacific Christian Pepperdine Portland Portland State Prairie View A&M Rutgers St. Francis (Pa.) St. John’s St. Joseph’s (Pa.) Sacramento State Saint Mary’s San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Seattle Seattle Pacific Simon Fraser South Carolina South Dakota State

Home 0-0 1-0 0-0 6-0 4-1 0-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 32-7 2-0 1-0 0-0 15-0 9-4 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 1-0 3-1 0-0 4-0 4-1 4-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1

Away 0-0 0-0 1-2 4-2 3-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0

Neutral 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 First Meeting 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 24-17 3-3 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 8-4 0-0 12-4 1-1 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-3 2-0 2-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 3-1 2-0 5-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0

Total 0-1 1-0 1-2 11-3 7-1 1-0 4-0 2-0 3-2 2-0

Last 1998 1982 2007 2010 1992 1985 2006 1997 2010 1991

2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-2 0-1 1-0 59-27 3-0 1-0 2-1 23-4 22-9 1-0 1-2 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 6-0 1-0 3-3 5-2 1-0 9-1 10-2 6-0 2-1 2-0 0-2 0-2

2004 1992 1994 1979 1992 2005 1981 1988 2011 2009 1982 1988 2011 2010 2006 1998 2006 2002 1992 2011 2011 1994 1997 2001 1984 2009 2011 1981 1977 1989 2003 2009

School South Florida Southern Southern Oregon Southern Utah SW Louisiana Stanford Stephen F. Austin Temple Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Texas-Arlington Texas Christian Texas Tech Texas Woman’s College Toledo Tulane Tulsa UAB UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UCLA USC U.S. International Utah Utah State UTEP Valparaiso Vanderbilt Virginia Tech Washington Washington State Weber State Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Oregon Western Washington Wichita State Wisconsin Wisconsin-Green Bay Wyoming

Home 0-0 1-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 7-19 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 2-0 16-10 11-16 1-0 6-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 25-13 28-5 2-0 0-0 0-0 4-2 2-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 2-0

Away 0-0 0-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-24 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 8-19 6-23 0-0 2-4 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 13-24 25-8 3-0 0-0 0-1 2-2 3-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 1-1

Neutral 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 4-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0

Total 1-1 1-0 6-1 0-1 0-1 8-43 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-4 1-1 1-0 2-1 0-3 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 3-1 0-1 4-1 24-30 17-39 1-0 9-5 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 42-41 57-13 5-0 1-0 1-2 7-6 5-2 1-0 1-2 0-2 3-1

Last 2008 2005 1978 1996 1986 2011 1981 2006 1997 2001 1992 1995 2005 2002 1980 1989 1986 2008 2000 1985 2011 2008 2011 2011 1987 2010 1986 1994 2004 1995 2000 2011 2011 1994 1986 1998 2011 1979 1982 2010 2003 2010

Nia Jackson and Amanda Johnson were named to the Oregon Invitational All-Tournament team after the Ducks won the tourney on Nov. 28, 2010.

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Adams, Debbie ...............................1978-79-80-81 Aiken, Cathy ...................................................1977 Aiken, Nancy .................................................1977 Aikins, Sandy .................................................1974 Allen, Ashley ............................................ 2004-05 Allen, Brooke ......................................1988-89-90 Anderson, Cindy ....................................... 1980-81 Anderson, Vonda ........................................... 1988

Eaton, Claudia ......................................... 1979-80 Eble, Michelle ................................1987-88-89-90 Ecklund, Sheri ................................................1976 Edamura, Cindie ............................ 1994-95-96-97 Edwards, Alissa ............................. 2000-01-02-03 Edwards, Lynne .............................................1974 Edwards, Sandie .................................1994-95-97 Ekhammer, Karen .......................................... 1974 Ellingson, Camber ......................... 1998-99-00-01 Evans, Brigid ...................................... 1987-88-89 Eymann, Deborah.......................................... 1976

Landerholm, Lauri......................... 1984-85-86-87 Lang, Alison .................................. 1981-82-83-84 Lee, Cathy...................................................... 1976 Lewis, Lisa ................................................ 1979-80 Lewis, RéShawn ............................................ 1998 Lillard, Jean Maree ............................. 1991-92-93 Lilley, Taylor .................................. 2007-08-09-10 Livingston, Diamond ..................................... 1993 Love, Danielle ....................................... 2011 Love, Rebecca................................................ 1976 Luedloff, Kris ............................................ 1980-81 Lytsell, Carol ............................................ 1975-76

B Baker, Tori ......................................................1989 Banks, Jackie .................................................1976 Banks, Karen ................................. 1973-74-75-76 Barton, Shanthi ..................................1993-94-95 Beckes, Tracy ........................................... 1982-83 Belloni, Joanne ............................................. 1976 Benson, Mendy .................................. 1996-97-98 Bernhardt, Alison ..................................... 1981-82 Bills, Andrea ............................. 2002-03-04-05 Blair, Kelly ............................................... 1990-92 Blickle, Sally .......................................1976-77-78 Boesser, Sara .................................................1973 Boeving, Betty Ann ......................... 1994-95-96-97 Bonn, Margaret .................................. 1976-77-78 Bot, Carol ................................................. 1984-85 Bourn, Jennifer ..............................1988-89-90-91 Bowyer, Lisa ..................................1996-97-98-99 Boyer, Arianne............................... 1994-95-96-97 Brewster, Cicely ........................................ 1995-96 Briot, Chrisanne............................. 1976-77-78-79 Brown, Amanda ............................................ 2000 Brown, Jenny .......................................... 1984-85 Brown, Sue .............................................. 1985-86 Burden, Kaye .................................................1976 Busby, Beth ............................................. 1980-81

C Camp, Monica ................................................1989 Campbell, Jenny ...................................... 1990-91 Canepa, Nicole ...............................2008-09-10-11 Carver, Lori ............................................... 1983-84 Chapdelaine, Kaela ....................... 2005-06-07-08 Chapin, Sherrill ..............................................1976 Christensen, Christy....................................... 1982 Clawson, Kerry ........................................ 1978-79 Cocks, Micaela ............................... 2007-08-09-10 Craighead, Jamie........................... 1999-00-01-02 Croshaw, Missy .............................. 1991-92-93-94 Crowe, Sally................................................... 1995 Curry, Edniesha ..............................................2002 Curtis, Sonja ..................................1996-97-98-99 Cushing, Julie ................................ 1977-78-79-80

D Davis, Brandi ............................. 2003-04-05-06 Davis, Mary Jo ...............................................1991 Dion, Lindsey ................................ 1998-99-00-01 Doherty, Ann ................................................. 1978 Dorsey, Sabrina .............................................1979 Drake, Andrea ................................................1980 Drouet, Carol ......................................1985-86-87 Dunham, Jean ............................................... 1976

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F Fallin, Kristi .............................................. 2010-11 Fegent, Renae .................................... 1995-96-97 Flynn, Candyce ......................................... 2010-11 Forristall, Kristen ...................................... 2005-06 Fredrick, Alyssa .................................. 2000-01-02

G Ganes, Carolyn .......................... 2003-04-06-07 Gatchell, Gail ...................................... 1982-83-86 Gaynor, Darriel ..............................................2009 Gieck, Cathy .................................................. 1988 Gienger, Penny .............................. 1981-82-83-84 Giguiere, Kim ................................................ 1987 Glidden, Kris.................................. 1985-86-87-88 Godell, Erica .................................................. 1992 Green, Donna ................................................ 1976 Gunderson, Kedzie ......................... 2002-03-04-06

H Hanson, Becky............................................... 1973 Hanzlik, Karen ............................................... 1976 Hardison, Mary Ellen ..................................... 1976 Haring, Eleanor ............................. 2004-05-06-07 Harris, Janet 1982-83 ............................................. Hawkins, Debbie ........................................... 1976 Hawkins, Jamie ............................................. 2007 Healea, Karen ................................ 1992-93-94-95 Hiemstra, Diane ............................................ 1981 Higgs, Helen.................................. 1981-82-83-84 Holliday, Jasmin ......................... 2009-10-11 Hughes, Natalie........................................ 1997-98 Hunt, Vicki ..................................... 1975-76-77-78

I Ironmonger, Ellyce ........................ 2008-09-10-11

J Jackson, Nia .......................... 2008-09-10-11 Johnson, Amanda ....................... 2009-10-11 Johansen, Jennifer ................................... 1992-93 Jones, Meg ............................................... 1980-81

K Kahut, Sheryl ................................................ 1976 Kanegae, Courtney ................................... 1995-96 Kasperski, Stefanie .......................... 1987-88-89-90 Kelley, Shannon ....................................... 1977-78 Kenyon, Victoria ............................ 2008-09-10-11 Kollo, Rita ......................................................2009 Kraayeveld, Cathrine................ 2001-02-03-04-05

M Manou, Ellie ............................................. 2008-09 McCartney, Trina............................ 1988-89-90-91 McClaren, Chris ........................................ 1973-74 McCormick, Peg............................................. 1975 McDuffie, Heather ......................... 1983-84-85-86 McDuffie, Sonora........................................... 1985 McInturff, Sally.............................. 1973-74-75-76 McKay, Lori .................................................... 1976 McKnight, Kirsten.......................... 1995-96-97-98 Malos, Julia ................................................... 1976 Martin, Joni................................................... 1980 Master, Jean .................................................. 1977 Meharry, Brianne ..........................1998-99-00-01 Metzger, Chris .................................... 1982-83-84 Middleton, Ton ...............................................1979 Miley, Chynna ....................................... 2011 Miller, Debbie ................................................ 1994 Mitchell, Laura .............................................. 1978 Mizusawa, Corrie ...................................... 2004-05 Moore, Courtney ............................................2000 Mowe, Jenny ................................. 1997-99-00-01 Murphy, Cindy .................................... 1992-93-94

Richard, Tammy........................................ 1986 Richards, Gabrielle ......................... 2005-06 Riechers, Barb ......................................... 1977 Robertson, Molly..................................... 1984 Robbins, Shandy ..................................... 1996 Roth, Alison............................................. 1988

S Saffold, Lindsey ..................................2009-10 Sattiewhite, Sheila .................. 1985-86-87-88 Sbrissa, Mary...................................... 2007-08 Schutt, Jessica ......................... 1992-93-94-95 Schvaneveldt, Kay ................................... 1979 Selden, Vanessa.................................. 1990-92 Semeniuk, Jacquie .................. 1987-88-89-90 Shekell, Peggy......................................... 1978 Shetters, Jesse......................... 2004-05-06-07 Shoemaker, Gay ...................................... 1973 Shreve, Kourtney..................... 2000-01-02-03 Sierzega, Amy ......................................... 1976 Smith, Bev .............................. 1979-80-81-82 Smith, Diane ...................................... 1973-74 Smith, Iesha ....................................... 1991-92 Smith, Marne ..........................1989-90-91-92 Smith, Tara ......................................... 1978-79 Snider, Angie ........................................... 1981 Sporcich, Debbie ..................... 1991-92-93-94 Stanulis, Laura ........................... 2010-11 Steen, Kayla ................................... 2003-04 Stephen, Debbie...................................... 1973 Stoican, Mary Ann ................... 1980-81-82-83 Strange, Nicole ........................ 1997-98-99-00 Swadener, Peggy..................... 1990-91-92-93

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Neal, Kim .......................................1984-85-86-87 Neumann, Gabi .................................. 1985-86-87 Niemann, Kristin ........................................... 1995 Nurse, Tamika..................................... 2006-07-08

Taylor, Amy ........................................ 2002-03 Thomas, Ariel .................................. 2011 Thomas, Tatianna .................... 2008-09-10-11 Thomsen, Rachel ................................ 1977-78 Thorne, Shannon..................................... 1998 Thramer, Patrice ................................. 1978-79 Towriss, Allison................................... 1980-81 Trask, Diana............................................. 1982

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Oaks, Cicely ................................... 2004-05-06-07 O’Brien, Natasha ...................................... 1998-99 O’Brien, Mary ................................................ 1978 Okwumabua, Yadili ........................ 2003-04-05-06 Oliveira, Elsa............................................. 1996-97

Unaka, Ndidi ............................1999-00-01-02

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Wagner, Chelsea............................ 2004-05-06 Wallenborn, Staci .....................1989-90-91-92 Ware, Deborah ....................................1979-80 Warthen, Linda ....................................... 1976 Washington, Suzanne ........................ 1979-80 Weaver, Deanna .............................. 2011 Whang, Cynthia....................................... 1976 Williams, Shaquala ...................... 1999-00-02 Wilson, Sara ............................ 1991-92-93-94 Wolvert, Angelina ................... 1998-99-00-01

Parrish, Amy.................................................. 2002 Paschke, Becky ......................................... 1977-78 Pettersen, Amy.............................. 1984-85-86-88 Pierce, Hailey............................................ 1996-97 Piers, Karen ........................................ 1998-99-00 Poitro, Pat...................................................... 1975 Polansky, Katy ............................................... 2001 Polhemus, Wendy .................................... 1974-75

R Racicot, Sherry .............................................. 1973 Ray, Shelly..................................................... 1986 Rees, Peggy ................................... 1974-75-76-77 Reynolds, Deborah ........................................ 1993

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Y Young, Beth............................................. 1973 Young, Kathy ........................................... 1975 Returning Player


History & Records

OREGON VS. OPPONENTS SERIES RECORDS Alabama Series Record: Tied 1-1 11/29 1979 Oregon 12/17 1984 Alabama

3/5 3/9 94-73 56-76

(Rustin, La.) (Portland, Ore.)

Alaska-Anchorage Series Record: Oregon leads 8-4 3/1 1975 UA-Anchorage 1/5 1976 UA-Anchorage 1/6 1976 UA-Anchorage 2/28 1976 Oregon 3/4 1976 UA-Anchorage 2/25 1977 Oregon 12/3 1977 Oregon 12/4 1977 Oregon 12/9 1978 Oregon 12/10 1978 Oregon 2/4 1980 Oregon 12/20 1980 Oregon

OT 54-56 49-71 53-64 63-54 43-54 82-77 89-56 69-58 101-47 96-42 108-49 91-51

(Bellingham, Wash.) (Anchorage, Alaska) (Anchorage, Alaska) (Eugene, Ore.) (Ashland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Anchorage, Alaska) (Anchorage, Alaska) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Honolulu, Hawaii)

60-53 42-51 68-74 82-62 84-76

(Fairbanks, Alaska) (Fairbanks, Alaska) (Eugene, Ore.) (Fairbanks, Alaska) (Fairbanks, Alaska)

94-58 71-52 83-63 67-66 74-69 69-61 87-67 78-92 84-73 74-79 97-67 107-76 91-67 74-76 70-79 77-63 78-66 74-67 74-78 73-55 55-47 51-56 57-60 85-81 68-66 48-68 78-74 82-76 66-73 75-71 76-88 83-78 72-53 68-84 65-96 66-71 66-70 58-84 60-69 69-51 OT 72-81 78-58 57-64 86-73 59-55 59-53 60-65 68-55 44-68 112-119 92-74 94-109

(Tucson, Ariz.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Tucson, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tucson, Ariz.)

Alaska-Fairbanks Series Record: Oregon leads 3-2 1/2 1976 Oregon 1/3 1976 Alaska-Fairbanks 1/15 1977 Alaska-Fairbanks 12/1 1977 Oregon 12/2 1977 Oregon

Arizona Series Record: Oregon leads 29-25 1/3 1981 Oregon 12/19 1983 Oregon 1/12 1987 Oregon 2/5 1987 Oregon 1/15 1988 Oregon 2/13 1988 Oregon 1/13 1989 Oregon 2/9 1989 Arizona 2/1 1990 Oregon 3/3 1990 Arizona 1/31 1991 Oregon 3/3 1991 Oregon 1/23 1992 Oregon 2/22 1992 Arizona 1/28 1993 Arizona 2/27 1993 Oregon 1/27 1994 Oregon 2/26 1994 Oregon 1/26 1995 Arizona 2/25 1995 Oregon 1/26 1996 Oregon 2/22 1996 Arizona 1/25 1997 Arizona 2/20 1997 Oregon 1/22 1998 Oregon 2/21 1998 Arizona 1/21 1999 Arizona 2/21 1999 Oregon 2/4 2000 Arizona 3/4 2000 Oregon 2/1 2001 Arizona 3/3 2001 Oregon 1/4 2002 Oregon 2/2 2002 Arizona 1/2 2003 Arizona 2/1 2003 Arizona 1/22 2004 Arizona 2/21 2004 Arizona 1/20 2005 Arizona 2/19 2005 Oregon 1/14 2006 Arizona 2/9 2006 Oregon 3/3 2006 Arizona 1/11 2007 Oregon 2/10 2007 Oregon 1/5 2008 Oregon 1/31 2008 Arizona 1/8 2009 Oregon 2/7 2009 Arizona 1/16 2010 Arizona 2/11 2010 Oregon 12/31 2010 Arizona

2011 Arizona 2011 Arizona

65-88 89-90

(Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.)

69-70 70-69 68-69 94-76 84-70 OT 83-82 60-70 73-61 89-75 75-74 68-81 83-72 81-77 69-67 78-72 76-89 42-79 63-77 73-59 97-84 77-79 83-44 72-52 64-51 74-62 65-45 100-61 OT 69-67 68-52 58-53 66-55 67-56 63-73 63-56 72-86 58-69 58-64 63-78 68-52 67-69 40-65 65-74 66-59 47-54 43-44 52-62 70-80 48-61 50-63 51-52 53-81 56-68 68-73 82-81 67-86 66-75

(Tempe, Ariz.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Las Vegas, Nev.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Tempe, Ariz.) (Eugene, Ore.)

54-65 62-65 70-59

(Las Vegas, Nev.) (Fayetteville, Ark.) (Eugene, Ore.)

78-89 51-69

(Auburn, Ala.) (Eugene, Ore.)

46-69 45-80 71-81

(Seattle, Wash.) (Waco, Texas) (Eugene, Ore.)

65-69 93-70

(Boise, Idaho) (Eugene, Ore.)

Arizona State Series Record: Series Tied 28-28 1/5 1981 Arizona State 12/4 1981 Oregon 1/5 1984 Arizona State 2/3 1986 Oregon 1/2 1987 Oregon 2/7 1987 Oregon 1/16 1988 Arizona State 2/12 1988 Oregon 1/14 1989 Oregon 2/10 1989 Oregon 2/3 1990 Arizona State 3/1 1990 Oregon 2/2 1991 Oregon 2/28 1991 Oregon 1/25 1992 Oregon 2/20 1992 Arizona State 1/30 1993 Arizona State 2/25 1993 Arizona State 1/29 1994 Oregon 2/24 1994 Oregon 1/28 1995 Arizona State 2/23 1995 Oregon 1/24 1996 Oregon 2/24 1996 Oregon 1/23 1997 Oregon 2/22 1997 Oregon 1/24 1998 Oregon 2/19 1998 Oregon 1/23 1999 Oregon 2/19 1999 Oregon 2/6 2000 Oregon 3/2 2000 Oregon 2/3 2001 Arizona State 3/1 2001 Oregon 1/6 2002 Arizona State 1/31 2002 Arizona State 3/3 2002 Arizona State 1/4 2003 Arizona State 1/30 2003 Oregon 1/24 2004 Arizona State 2/19 2004 Arizona State 1/22 2005 Arizona State 2/17 2005 Oregon 3/6 2005 Arizona State 1/12 2006 Arizona State 2/12 2006 Arizona State 1/13 2007 Arizona State 2/8 2007 Arizona State 1/3 2008 #24 Arizona State 2/2 2008 Arizona State 1/10 2009 Arizona State 2/5 2009 Arizona State 1/14 2010 Arizona State 2/13 2010 Oregon 1/2 2011 Arizona State 3/3 2011 Arizona State

Arkansas Series Record: Arkansas leads 2-1 1/6 1984 Arkansas 12/21 2004 Arkansas 11/25 2005 Oregon

Auburn Series Record: Auburn leads 2-0 11/26 1989 Auburn 12/18 1990 Auburn

Baylor Series Record: Baylor leads 3-0 3/21 2005 Baylor 12/12 2007 #10 Baylor 12/20 2008 #7 Baylor

Boise State Series Record: Oregon leads 10-4 2/3 1978 Boise State 1/13 1979 Oregon

2/22 1/10 2/6 12/28 12/23 12/6 1/3 12/5 1/2 11/24 12/4 12/3

1980 1981 1982 1984 1985 1991 1993 1998 2001 2006 2009 2010

Oregon Oregon Oregon Boise State Oregon Oregon Boise State Oregon Oregon Boise State Oregon Oregon

84-55 90-41 54-37 66-83 82-50 72-65 78-91 70-50 67-29 47-56 88-61 80-64

(Boise, Idaho) (Eugene, Ore.) (Boise, Idaho) (Boise, Idaho) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Boise, Idaho) (Boise, Idaho) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Boise, Idaho)

47-64

(St. Thomas, V.I.)

67-98 95-66 76-61 77-63 82-69 82-70 74-56 58-74 80-77 70-61 45-67

(Provo, Utah) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Provo, Utah) (Anchorage, Alaska) (Eugene, Ore.) (Provo, Utah) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Provo, Utah)

63-52

(Lawrence, Kan.)

79-59 76-84 75-76 97-65 67-45 88-71 68-51 94-70 84-87 94-83 90-71 94-64 80-83 73-65 72-79 67-94 64-57 75-84 75-85 63-75 74-90 92-69 75-36 77-59 89-73 73-56 73-54 68-64 71-42 71-54 82-66 64-49 80-57 67-51 75-63 86-56 57-68 65-53 76-43 70-67 54-52 57-61 77-62 57-82 81-50 58-51

(Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calf.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.)

Boston College Series Record: Boston College leads 1-0 11/29 2002 Boston College

Brigham Young Series Record: Oregon leads 8-3 12/29 1984 Brigham Young 12/21 1985 Oregon 12/16 1988 Oregon 12/9 1992 Oregon 12/17 1994 Oregon 12/20 1996 Oregon 11/27 1998 Oregon 12/12 2001 Brigham Young 12/7 2002 Oregon 12/30 2006 Oregon 11/21 2008 Brigham Young

Butler Series Record: Butler leads 1-0 12/4 1998 Butler

California Series Record: Oregon leads 36-25 2/25 1979 Oregon 2/4 1983 California 3/10 1983 California 2/10 1984 Oregon 2/16 1985 Oregon 1/17 1986 Oregon 2/16 1986 Oregon 1/30 1987 Oregon 3/7 1987 California 1/30 1988 Oregon 2/26 1988 Oregon 1/28 1989 Oregon 2/24 1989 California 1/5 1990 Oregon 3/10 1990 California 1/3 1991 California 3/9 1991 Oregon 2/6 1992 California 3/7 1992 California 1/7 1993 California 3/13 1993 California 2/2 1994 Oregon 3/3 1994 Oregon 2/4 1995 Oregon 3/2 1995 Oregon 1/21 1996 Oregon 2/15 1996 Oregon 1/18 1997 Oregon 2/13 1997 Oregon 1/2 1998 Oregon 3/7 1998 Oregon 1/2 1999 Oregon 3/6 1999 Oregon 1/13 2000 Oregon 2/12 2000 Oregon 1/11 2001 Oregon 2/10 2001 California 1/10 2002 Oregon 2/9 2002 Oregon 1/9 2003 Oregon 2/8 2003 Oregon 12/27 2003 California 2/28 2004 Oregon 3/5 2004 California 12/27 2004 Oregon 2/26 2005 Oregon

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OREGON VS. OPPONENTS SERIES RECORDS 1/5 2/4 1/20 2/15 3/3 1/10 2/9 3/8 1/24 2/19 1/21 2/20 3/25 1/29 2/24

2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011

Oregon California California Oregon California #9 California #9 California #10 California #8 California #6 California California California California California Oregon

70-41 39-49 56-65 62-42 51-63 52-61 34-53 60-67 50-65 42-84 62-72 73-79 71-57 65-81 60-46

(Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.)

Cal Poly-Pomona Series Record: Oregon leads 2-1 1/7 1984 Oregon 12/1 1984 Cal Poly-Pomona 12/14 1985 Oregon

80-65 58-59 80-70

(Las Vegas, Nev.) (Pomona, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.)

Cal State Fullerton Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/27 2009 Oregon

117-69

(Eugene, Ore.)

Cal State-Los Angeles Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/22 1980 Oregon

76-62

(Honolulu, Hawaii)

Central Washington Series Record: Central Washington leads 1-0 3/2 1974 C. Washington 46-54

(Eugene, Ore.)

Cheyney Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/30 1987 Oregon

91-70

(Jamaica, N.Y.)

Chico State Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/11 1982 Oregon

102-68

(Eugene, Ore.)

Cincinnati Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 3/12 1999 Cincinnati

65-56

(Ames, Iowa)

Colorado Series Record: Oregon leads 8-3 3/18 1981 Oregon 12/5 1981 Colorado 12/19 1982 Oregon 12/3 1983 Oregon 12/28 1986 Oregon 12/2 1988 Colorado 3/19 1994 Colorado 11/24 1998 Oregon 12/4 1999 Oregon 12/30 2005 Oregon 12/9 2006 Oregon

74-67 68-69 73-58 82-71 81-75 51-62 71-92 75-63 90-58 72-64 70-60

(Eugene, Ore.) (Berkeley, Calif.) (Portland, Ore.) (Boulder, Colo.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Honolulu, Hawaii) (Boulder, Colo.) (Boulder, Colo.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Boulder, Colo.) (Portland, Ore.)

Colorado State Series Record: Oregon leads 2-1 11/16 1998 Colorado State 12/6 2003 Oregon 12/12 2004 Oregon

70-72 62-50 66-57

(Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Fort Collins, Colo.)

76-48

(Eugene, Ore.)

Concordia (Ore.) Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/26 1988 Oregon

Coppin State Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/23 2007 Oregon

64-51

(Albuquerque, N.M.)

78-82

(Eugene, Ore.

Delta State Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/27 1984 Oregon

120

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/17 2010 Oregon

Hofstra 82-71

(Eugene, Ore.)

DePaul Series Record: Oregon leads 5-1 11/27 1982 Oregon 3/23 1989 Oregon 12/2 1991 Oregon 12/10 1992 DePaul 12/22 1998 Oregon 12/23 1999 Oregon

74-64 82-77 69-59 62-65 86-57 86-82

(Minneapolis, Minn.) (Amarillo, Texas) (Chicago, Ill.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Chicago, Ill.)

Drake Series Record: Drake leads 3-2 1/3 1982 Oregon 11/23 1982 Drake 11/26 1994 Drake 11/28 2005 Oregon 12/14 2006 Drake

64-56 93-103 67-76 70-40 66-63

(Eugene, Ore.) (Des Moines, Iowa) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Des Moines, Iowa)

81-69

(Corvallis, Ore.)

93-66 81-50 71-60 75-56 79-54 86-48 95-66

(Cheney, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Cheney, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

75-60 56-70 75-61 89-58 78-56 68-71

(Eugene, Ore.) (Fresno, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Fresno, Calif.)

52-72 64-40

(Washington, D.C.) (Portland, Ore.)

Eastern Washington Series Record: Oregon leads 7-0 1/26 1980 Oregon 2/21 1981 Oregon 2/20 1982 Oregon 3/11 1987 Oregon 12/28 1990 Oregon 11/16 2009 Oregon 3/18 2010 Oregon

Fresno State Series Record: Oregon leads 4-2 1/21 1983 Oregon 1/28 1984 Fresno State 2/8 1985 Oregon 3/9 1985 Oregon 1/31 1986 Oregon 3/1 1986 Fresno State

Georgia Series Record: Georgia leads 2-0 12/18 1983 Georgia 12/21 1996 Georgia

(Portland, Ore.) (Anchorage, Alaska)

59-74 69-87

(Portland, Ore.) (Atlanta, Ga.)

Gonzaga Series Record: Oregon leads 8-0 12/13 1986 Oregon 11/27 1987 Oregon 12/29 1989 Oregon 12/12 1990 Oregon 1/2 1996 Oregon 12/14 1996 Oregon 11/22 2002 Oregon 11/25 2003 Oregon

84-74

(Eugene, Ore.)

Series Record: Tied 1-1 11/25 1989 Oregon 12/2 1989 Grambling State

83-67 54-52

(Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

77-42

(Eugene, Ore.)

84-70

(Eugene, Ore.)

71-63 79-81 55-73 72-47 78-61 76-58 74-48

(Moscow, Idaho) (Eugene, Ore.) (Moscow, Idaho) (Spokane, Wash.) (Moscow, Idaho) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

83-61 56-36 80-71 68-33 79-56 89-69

(Pocatello, Idaho) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pocatello, Idaho) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pocatello, Idaho)

72-55

(Eugene, Ore.)

93-68 67-77 74-63

(Wichita, Kan.) (Normal, Ill.) (Eugene, Ore.)

OT 82-89

(Salt Lake City, Utah)

71-45 63-72 85-70

(Wichita, Kan.) (Ames, Iowa) (Ames, Iowa)

77-56

(Portland, Ore.)

62-69 53-59 67-60 54-51

(Plainview, Texas) (Eugene, Ore.) (Lawrence, Kan.) (Eugene, Ore.)

79-69

(Springfield, Mo.)

79-78

(Malibu, Calif.)

86-81

(Eugene, Ore.)

80-91

(Long Beach, Calif.)

Howard Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/26 1999 Oregon

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/10 1977 Oregon

Idaho Series Record: Oregon leads 5-2 2/12 1977 Oregon 12/8 1984 Idaho 11/30 1985 Idaho 12/12 1986 Oregon 11/21 1997 Oregon 11/22 1998 Oregon 11/26 2010 Oregon

Idaho State Series Record: Oregon leads 6-0 1/2 1993 Oregon 12/11 1993 Oregon 12/15 1994 Oregon 11/29 1996 Oregon 12/9 2004 Oregon 12/15 2005 Oregon

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/25 1994 Oregon

Illinois State Series Record: Oregon leads 2-1 1/5 1980 Oregon 11/24 1982 Illinois State 12/27 1983 Oregon

Iowa Series Record: Iowa leads 1-0 3/17 2001 Iowa

Series Record: Iowa State leads 2-1 1/7 1982 Oregon 12/31 1996 Iowa State 3/14 1999 Iowa State

Indiana Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/16 1984 Oregon

Kansas 83-67 70-55 64-40 74-60 83-45 52-33 83-72 73-57

(Spokane, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Spokane, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Spokane, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Spokane, Wash.)

Series Record: Tied 2-2 11/28 1980 Kansas 12/29 1997 Kansas 12/1 2001 Oregon 11/28 2003 Oregon

Kansas State Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/10 1999 Oregon

Kent State 84-81 63-81

(Auburn, Ala.) (Lubbock, Texas)

Hawai`i Series Record: Hawai`i leads 2-1 1/16 1979 Oregon 12/1 1988 Hawai`i 11/26 1993 Hawai`i

Series Record: Oregon leads 2-0 11/25 1995 Oregon 3/27 2002 Oregon

Iowa State 64-89 55-72

Georgia Tech Series Record: Georgia Tech leads 2-0 12/13 2008 Georgia Tech 12/16 2009 #25 Georgia Tech

(Hempstead, N.Y.)

Illinois

George Washington Series Record: Tied 1-1 12/18 2003 George Washington 12/4 2004 Oregon

68-59

Humboldt State

Eastern Oregon Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 2/13 1976 Oregon

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/28 1987 Oregon

Houston

Grambling State

CSU Bakersfield Series Record: CSU Bakersfield leads 1-0 11/27 2010 CSU Bakersfield

Denver

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/12 1987 Oregon

Kentucky 121-40 72-81 64-73

(Eugene, Ore.) (Honolulu, Hawai`i) (Honolulu, Hawai`i)

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 3/12 1980 Oregon

Long Beach State Series Record: Series Tied 5-5 12/4 1980 Long Beach State

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OREGON VS. OPPONENTS SERIES RECORDS 12/17 12/20 1/3 12/5 11/24 11/19 11/29 12/6 11/19

1982 1982 1986 1986 1995 2006 2007 2009 2010

Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Long Beach State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon

OT 74-75 53-71 78-92 69-82 79-56 44-33 66-45 102-70 88-76

(Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Long Beach, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Long Beach, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Long Beach, Calif.)

Long Island Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/27 2004 Oregon

68-50

(Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Louisiana State Series Record: Oregon leads 4-1 11/27 1980 Oregon 1/11 1981 Oregon 12/16 1981 Oregon 11/23 1985 LSU 11/16 2003 Oregon

83-67 100-82 63-59 61-71 76-67

(Plainview, Texas) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Baton Rouge, La.) (Eugene, Ore.)

Louisiana Tech Series Record: Louisiana Tech leads 1-0 11/30 1979 Louisiana Tech

73-92

(Rustin, La.)

Louisville Series Record: Oregon leads 2-1 12/19 1991 Oregon 12/19 1992 Oregon 3/17 1995 Louisville

76-70 81-70 65-67

(Louisville, Ky.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Athens, Ga.)

57-56 39-69

(Eugene, Ore.) (Milwaukee, Wis.)

Marquette Series Record: Series Tied 1-1 11/20 2007 Oregon 12/17 2008 Marquette

Maryland Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/29 1983 Oregon

76-70

(Los Angeles, Calif.)

76-38

(Lawrence, Kan.)

65-71

(Minneapolis, Minn.)

Memphis Series Record: Memphis leads 1-0 11/26 1982 Memphis

Mercer Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/19 1996 Oregon

74-52

(Anchorage, Alaska)

Miami (Fla.) Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/26 2004 Oregon

(Arlington, Texas)

Minnesota

(Eugene, Ore.) (Missoula, Mont.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Missoula, Mont.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Missoula, Mont.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Missoula, Mont.) (Missoula, Mont.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Missoula, Mont.)

37-48 71-56 82-55 97-62 94-55 82-53 73-53 OT 81-80

(Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bozeman, Mont.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bozeman, Mont.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bozeman, Mont.) (Eugene, Ore.)

73-67

(Albuquerque, N.M.)

93-68 58-53 81-54 61-50

(Reno, Nev.) (Kona, Hawaii) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

72-46 95-38

(Las Vegas, Nev.) (Eugene, Ore.)

104-71 70-83 79-49 65-46 93-67

(Eugene, Ore.) (Wichita, Kan.) (Albuquerque, N.M.) (Albuquerque, N.M.) (Eugene, Ore.)

80-71 114-92

(Las Cruces, N.M.) (Eugene, Ore.)

50-47 83-78

(Raleigh, N.C.) (Eugene, Ore.)

77-72 68-63

(Eugene, Ore.) (Grand Forks, N.D.)

73-64

(Honolulu, Hawaii)

81-72

(Amarillo, Texas)

Nevada Series Record: Oregon leads 4-0 12/22 1986 Oregon 12/21 1997 Oregon 11/13 1998 Oregon 11/20 2005 Oregon

Nevada-Las Vegas Series Record: Oregon leads 2-0 12/27 1995 Oregon 12/6 1996 Oregon

New Mexico

Series Record: Oregon leads 2-0 12/4 1989 Oregon 12/7 1990 Oregon

North Carolina State Series Record: Oregon leads 2-0 11/19 2000 Oregon 11/29 2003 Oregon

North Dakota 85-74

(Amarillo, Texas)

64-68

(Kona, Hawaii)

Mississippi State Missouri Series Record: Missouri leads 1-0 3/13 1982 Missouri

67-42 64-52 76-51 77-41 89-57 70-56 62-60 55-67 74-69 69-101 65-60 53-52 60-52 86-81

Nebraska

New Mexico State

Series Record: Middle Tennessee State leads 1-0 12/3 1993 MTSU 74-79

Series Record: Mississippi State leads 1-0 12/19 1997 Mississippi State

Series Record: Oregon leads 7-1 2/29 1974 Montana State 3/3 1978 Oregon 2/3 1979 Oregon 2/2 1980 Oregon 2/7 1981 Oregon 3/5 1982 Oregon 12/29 1988 Oregon 12/28 1991 Oregon

(Eugene, Ore.)

(Eugene, Ore.)

(Springfield, Mo.) (Springfield, Mo.) (Springfield, Mo.)

Montana State

83-65

Middle Tennessee State

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 3/15 1979 Oregon

Series Record: Oregon leads 11-3 3/2 1978 Oregon 2/2 1979 Oregon 1/31 1980 Oregon 3/7 1980 Oregon 2/5 1981 Oregon 3/6 1982 Oregon 12/20 1983 Oregon 12/5 1987 Montana 12/21 1990 Oregon 12/16 1991 Montana 12/19 2002 Oregon 12/16 2003 Oregon 12/4 2008 Montana 11/22 2009 Oregon

(Brooklyn, N.Y.)

65-54

58-56 69-70 56-71

Montana

79-73

Michigan State Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 3/23 2002 Oregon

Series Record: Tied 1-1 12/17 1989 Northwestern 12/1 1991 Oregon

Series Record: Oregon leads 3-2 1/9 1979 Oregon 1/4 1980 New Mexico 1/2 1985 Oregon 11/24 2007 New Mexico 3/23 2010 Oregon

Miami (Ohio) Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/18 2001 Oregon

Northwestern

(formerly Southwest Missouri State) Series Record: Missouri State leads 2-1 12/4 1992 Oregon 12/11 1999 Missouri State 12/16 2006 Missouri State

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 1/3 1985 Oregon

Maryland-Eastern Shore Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/5 1998 Oregon

Missouri State

53-59

(Eugene, Ore.)

Series Record: Oregon leads 2-0 12/21 1988 Oregon 11/29 1991 Oregon

Northern Illinois Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/27 1993 Oregon

Northern Kentucky Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 3/17 1979 Oregon

67-84 68-63

(Eugene, Ore.) (Evanston, Ill.)

68-60 62-76 58-73

(Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

67-68

(Portland, Ore.)

85-64

(Missoula, Mont.)

31-44 33-42 47-39 32-97 30-31 41-64 39-46 57-55 46-43 67-48 59-58 69-57 78-65 68-75 79-69 74-58 82-57 72-71 73-64 80-66 54-61 65-48 63-60 71-59 63-66 OT 46-49 69-61 59-75 77-67 63-80 63-50 68-82 72-47 69-53 65-63 71-51 58-47 53-51 OT 67-59 52-51 61-55 76-61 82-63 58-74 65-63 OT 83-81 62-59 63-67 56-66 68-86 54-46 66-56 86-96 57-58 69-60 77-59 76-59 80-57 77-67 59-46 60-52

(Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bozeman, Mont.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Missoula, Mont.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.)

Ohio State Series Record: Ohio State leads 2-1 12/18 1981 Oregon 3/14 1987 Ohio State 12/18 2004 Ohio State

Old Dominion Series Record: Old Dominion leads 1-0 12/18 1980 Old Dominion

Oral Roberts Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/4 1987 Oregon

Oregon State Series Record: Oregon leads 59-27 1/24 1974 Oregon State 2/8 1974 Oregon State 1/24 1975 Oregon 2/25 1975 Oregon State 1/13 1976 Oregon State 2/14 1976 Oregon State 2/24 1976 Oregon State 1/19 1977 Oregon 2/19 1977 Oregon 1/21 1978 Oregon 2/24 1978 Oregon 1/19 1979 Oregon 3/1 1979 Oregon 3/10 1979 Oregon State 12/20 1979 Oregon 1/21 1980 Oregon 2/29 1980 Oregon 12/17 1980 Oregon 1/16 1981 Oregon 2/11 1981 Oregon 3/15 1981 Oregon State 12/17 1981 Oregon 1/15 1982 Oregon 2/11 1982 Oregon 2/11 1983 Oregon State 3/2 1983 Oregon State 2/15 1984 Oregon 3/2 1984 Oregon State 3/10 1984 Oregon 1/25 1985 Oregon State 2/27 1985 Oregon 3/8 1985 Oregon State 2/7 1986 Oregon 3/5 1986 Oregon 1/9 1987 Oregon 2/13 1987 Oregon 3/3 1988 Oregon 3/11 1988 Oregon 12/10 1988 Oregon 1/6 1989 Oregon 3/10 1989 Oregon 1/12 1990 Oregon 2/9 1990 Oregon 1/11 1991 Oregon State 2/12 1991 Oregon 1/31 1992 Oregon 2/26 1992 Oregon 2/5 1993 Oregon State 3/5 1993 Oregon State 1/13 1994 Oregon State 2/11 1994 Oregon 1/13 1995 Oregon 2/9 1995 Oregon State 1/5 1996 Oregon State 3/8 1996 Oregon 1/4 1997 Oregon 3/8 1997 Oregon 1/29 1998 Oregon 2/27 1998 Oregon 1/29 1999 Oregon 2/26 1999 Oregon

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OREGON VS. OPPONENTS SERIES RECORDS 1/8 3/10 1/5 3/10 1/19 2/16 3/17 1/18 2/15 1/10 2/7 1/8 2/5 1/25 1/28 1/24 1/28 12/29 3/1 1/31 2/28 1/9 2/6 1/23 2/19

2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon State Oregon Oregon Oregon State Oregon Oregon Oregon State Oregon Oregon Oregon State Oregon Oregon State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon State Oregon State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon State

68-51 60-53 71-67 72-60 53-61 OT 84-83 50-48 51-67 68-58 56-54 61-75 82-58 64-55 61-63 54-45 59-65 OT 70-63 76-72 60-49 42-61 41-70 86-71 82-62 81-72 59-61

(Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.)

83-74 86-57 76-71

(Eugene, Ore.) (Fresno, Calif.) Eugene, Ore.)

99-50

(Eugene, Ore.)

Pacific Christian Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 1/4 1982 Oregon

85-79 83-70 66-67

(Malibu, Calif.) (Malibu, Calif.) (Malibu, Calif.)

Series Record: Rutgers leads 2-1 1/14 1990 Oregon 11/24 1990 Rutgers 3/14 1998 Rutgers

(Portland, Ore.)

92-78 58-70 76-79

(Eugene, Ore.) (Piscataway, N.J.) (Ames, Iowa)

80-30

(Eugene, Ore.)

75-52

(Lawrence, Kan.)

70-76 73-54

(Philadelphia, Pa.) (Eugene, Ore.)

St. John’s

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/30 2001 Oregon

Series Record: Tied 1-1 11/23 1990 St. Joseph’s 12/7 1991 Oregon

Series Record: Oregon leads 22-9 2/11 1974 Oregon 1/22 1975 Portland State 2/13 1975 Portland State 2/27 1975 Portland State 1/27 1976 Portland State 2/19 1976 Portland State 1/26 1977 Portland State 2/23 1977 Portland State

102-36

St. Francis (Pa.)

St. Joseph’s (Pa.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.)

(Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

Rutgers

Series Record: Oregon leads 23-4 1/10 1984 Oregon 1/15 1985 Oregon 12/11 1985 Oregon 12/30 1985 Oregon 1/19 1987 Oregon 12/8 1987 Oregon 12/7 1988 Oregon 11/28 1989 Oregon 1/7 1992 Oregon 12/29 1992 Oregon 12/10 1994 Oregon 12/9 1995 Oregon 12/3 1996 Oregon 11/24 1997 Portland 12/29 1998 Oregon 11/30 1999 Oregon 11/24 2000 Oregon 11/20 2001 Portland 12/5 2002 Oregon 12/4 2003 Portland 11/19 2004 Oregon 11/22 2005 Oregon 11/28 2006 Oregon 12/2 2007 Portland 1/26 2009 Oregon 12/2 2009 Oregon 11/22 2010 Oregon

68-66 63-53 82-47 76-48 79-70 69-56 85-68 85-76 85-71 85-77 63-61 74-72 76-65 59-67 60-48 68-57 80-56 73-77 85-63 58-76 63-46 63-36 73-46 74-78 64-55 95-68 83-79

OT 57-62 81-63 67-57 104-59 88-60 88-72 75-63 78-40 112-55 101-55 83-64 91-47 83-54 OT 74-75 85-68 102-65 94-74 82-73 91-71 89-77 64-60 79-42 87-58

Prairie View A&M

Portland

Portland State

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Portland State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Portland State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/11 2005 Oregon

Pepperdine Series Record: Oregon leads 2-1 1/7 1983 Oregon 1/4 1986 Oregon 12/11 1987 Pepperdine

1977 1978 1978 1979 1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1984 1985 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1997 1999 2009

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/10 2005 Oregon

Pacific (Calif.) Series Record: Oregon leads 3-0 1/22 1983 Oregon 1/27 1984 Oregon 11/18 2008 Oregon

3/4 1/28 2/17 1/27 2/28 1/30 2/19 1/14 3/7 1/25 12/10 12/10 12/18 1/30 12/4 11/29 1/27 12/19 12/22 12/12 11/29 12/18 11/29

Sacramento State Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/28 2010 Oregon

110-60

(Eugene, Ore.)

82-51 78-62 72-61 68-67 79-53 100-71

(Eugene, Ore.) (Moraga, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Moraga, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Moraga, Calif.)

San Diego Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/28 1993 Oregon

74-67

(San Diego, Calif.)

San Diego State Series Record: Series tied 3-3 1/6 1983 San Diego State 3/16 1984 San Diego State 3/25 1989 Oregon 12/30 1993 San Diego State 12/20 1995 Oregon 3/15 1997 Oregon

71-79 63-70 67-64 77-84 57-52 80-68

(San Diego, Calif.) (San Diego, Calif.) (Amarillo, Texas) (San Diego, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Knoxville, Tenn.)

San Francisco 39-38 47-51 36-59 45-50 24-32 28-62 OT 57-66 OT 66-75

(Portland, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bellingham, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.)

Series Record: Oregon leads 5-2 2/24 1979 Oregon 12/8 1979 San Francisco 1/28 1983 Oregon 2/4 1984 Oregon 2/15 1985 Oregon 1/2 2000 San Francisco 12/30 2000 Oregon

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/17 1983 Oregon

60-59

(San Luis Obispo, Calif.)

93-77 81-61 66-64 75-65 66-58 62-68 77-64 81-59 67-32 69-68

(Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.) (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Jose, Calif.)

88-49 86-53 60-72 74-59 65-61 68-45 66-60 62-54 79-88 68-56 88-71 99-72

(Eugene, Ore.) (Santa Clara, Calif.) (Santa Clara, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Santa Clara, Calif.) (Santa Clara, Calif.) (Portland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Santa Clara, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Santa Clara, Calif.)

79-49 79-70 71-61 111-79 108-73 100-57

(Eugene, Ore.) (Bozeman, Mont.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

39-40 83-71 70-65

(Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.)

87-62 80-64

(Burnaby, B.C.) (Eugene, Ore.)

63-84 40-67

(Amarillo, Texas) (St. Thomas, V.I.)

Series Record: South Dakota State leads 2-0 11/15 2007 South Dakota State 60-67 11/23 2008 South Dakota State 63-80

(Eugene, Ore.) (Brookings, S.D.)

San Jose State Series Record: Oregon leads 9-1 12/6 1979 Oregon 12/16 1980 Oregon 2/3 1983 Oregon 11/18 1983 Oregon 2/11 1984 Oregon 2/1 1985 San Jose State 1/18 1986 Oregon 2/14 1986 Oregon 11/10 2007 Oregon 11/15 2008 Oregon

Santa Clara Series Record: Oregon leads 10-2 1/29 1983 Oregon 2/3 1984 Oregon 2/2 1985 Santa Clara 3/16 1994 Oregon 12/30 1994 Oregon 12/13 1995 Oregon 12/30 1999 Oregon 12/2 2000 Oregon 12/15 2002 Santa Clara 12/16 2003 Oregon 11/24 2009 Oregon 12/21 2010 Oregon

Seattle Series Record: Oregon leads 6-0 1/29 1979 Oregon 3/9 1979 Oregon 1/11 1980 Oregon 2/16 1980 Oregon 3/8 1980 Oregon 2/27 1981 Oregon

Seattle Pacific Series Record: Oregon leads 2-1 2/6 1976 Seattle Pacific 2/4 1977 Oregon 3/3 1977 Oregon

Simon Fraser

Saint Mary’s (Calif.) Series Record: Oregon leads 6-0 1/3 1995 Oregon 12/15 1995 Oregon 3/13 2002 Oregon 12/12 2005 Oregon 11/30 2006 Oregon 12/19 2010 Oregon

San Francisco State

76-75 63-69 81-69 92-75 78-64 60-66 92-65

(San Francisco, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Francisco, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (San Francisco, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.)

Series Record: Oregon leads 2-0 12/28 1978 Oregon 11/11 1989 Oregon

South Carolina Series Record: South Carolina leads 2-0 3/16 1979 South Carolina 11/28 2002 South Carolina

South Dakota State

South Florida Series Record: Even 1-1 12/4 1993 Oregon 12/18 2007 South Florida

63-59 58-68

(Arlington, Texas) (Cancun, Mexico)

65-52

(Eugene, Ore.)

37-33 54-57 52-36 82-67 62-51 103-59 84-43

(Eugene, Ore.) (Ashland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Ashland, Ore.)

Southern Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/23 2004 Oregon

Southern Oregon Series Record: Oregon leads 6-1 1/23 1974 Oregon 1/26 1975 Southern Oregon 1/16 1976 Oregon 1/22 1977 Oregon 2/5 1977 Oregon 1/7 1978 Oregon 2/14 1978 Oregon

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OREGON VS. OPPONENTS SERIES RECORDS Southern Utah

Texas A&M

Series Record: Southern Utah leads 1-0 12/29 1995 Southern Utah

Series Record: Tied 1-1 12/29 1990 Oregon 12/18 1991 Texas A&M

47-56

(Cedar City, Utah)

74-82

(Lafayette, La.)

Southwest Louisiana Series Record: SW Louisiana leads 1-0 11/27 1985 SW Louisiana

(Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Stanford, Calif.)

53-76 82-78

(Nacogdoches, Texas) (Plainview, Texas)

46-51

(Eugene, Ore.)

59-76

(Knoxville, Tenn.)

79-81 63-66 59-65 58-82

(Portland, Ore.) (Wichita, Kan.) (Portland, Ore.) (Austin, Texas)

Temple Series Record: Temple leads 1-0 11/12 2005 Temple

Tennessee Series Record: Tennessee leads 1-0 3/17 1997 Tennessee

Texas Series Record: Texas leads 4-0 12/18 1979 Texas 1/8 1982 Texas 12/21 1982 Texas 12/9 2000 Texas

Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/19 1994 Oregon

68-61

(Eugene, Ore.)

75-63 70-76 58-55

(Portland, Ore.) (Fort Worth, Texas) (Seattle, Wash.)

63-68 OT 75-79 65-72

(Eugene, Ore.) (Lubbock, Texas) (Eugene, Ore.)

Texas Christian (TCU) 97-62 65-51 63-54 48-84 57-65 69-92 72-107 57-76 45-75 61-88 60-103 57-74 70-92 72-91 52-86 60-81 60-72 57-70 55-97 42-61 65-74 61-85 66-69 72-97 71-79 63-59 73-82 62-78 61-57 72-54 54-63 76-91 72-77 74-75 54-85 51-77 67-66 62-58 45-76 64-76 58-79 48-70 56-74 49-83 43-72 57-85 49-68 80-100 60-104 56-91 60-99

Stephen F. Austin Series Record: Tied 1-1 3/15 1980 Stephen F. Austin 11/29 1980 Oregon

(Portland, Ore.) (College Station, Texas)

Texas-Arlington

Stanford Series Record: Stanford leads 43-8 2/13 1981 Oregon 1/31 1987 Oregon 3/5 1987 Oregon 1/29 1988 Stanford 2/27 1988 Stanford 1/27 1989 Stanford 2/25 1989 Stanford 1/7 1990 Stanford 3/8 1990 Stanford 1/5 1991 Stanford 3/7 1991 Stanford 2/8 1992 Stanford 3/5 1992 Stanford 1/9 1993 Stanford 3/11 1993 Stanford 2/3 1994 Stanford 3/5 1994 Stanford 2/2 1995 Stanford 3/4 1995 Stanford 1/18 1996 Stanford 2/17 1996 Stanford 1/16 1997 Stanford 2/15 1997 Stanford 1/4 1998 Stanford 3/5 1998 Stanford 1/4 1999 Oregon 3/4 1999 Stanford 1/15 2000 Stanford 2/10 2000 Oregon 1/13 2001 Oregon 2/8 2001 Stanford 1/13 2002 Stanford 2/7 2002 Stanford 1/11 2003 Stanford 2/6 2003 Stanford 12/29 2003 Stanford 2/26 2004 Oregon 12/29 2004 Oregon 2/24 2005 Stanford 1/7 2006 Stanford 2/2 2006 Stanford 1/18 2007 Stanford 2/17 2007 Stanford 1/12 2008 #7 Stanford 2/7 2008 #6 Stanford 1/22 2009 #11 Stanford 2/21 2009 #4 Stanford 1/23 2010 #2 Stanford 2/18 2010 #2 Stanford 1/27 2011 #4 Stanford 2/26 2011 #2 Stanford

74-69 78-82

Series Record: Oregon leads 2-1 11/24 2001 Oregon 12/22 2002 Texas Christian 3/19 2005 Oregon

Texas Tech Series Record: Texas Tech leads 3-0 12/1 1986 Texas Tech 12/13 2000 Texas Tech 11/26 2001 Texas Tech

95-67

(Wichita, Kan.)

Toledo Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 3/24 1989 Oregon

93-63

(Amarillo, Texas)

Tulane Series Record: Tulane leads 1-0 11/25 1985 Tulane

62-81

(New Orleans, La.)

67-56

(Cancun, Mexico)

Tulsa Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/19 2007 Oregon

UAB Series Record: UAB leads 1-0 3/17 2000 UAB

OT 79-80

(Eugene, Ore.)

88-92 74-90 74-59 71-75 77-57 70-77 65-74 75-65 76-60 80-66 65-79 67-93 74-82 72-91 76-83 75-79 89-78 82-77 76-68 84-59 83-65 75-48 64-83 76-64 64-61 75-80 54-82 76-72 106-79 67-58 89-72 54-43 68-70 76-67 76-54 68-93 54-56 58-71 57-63

(Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calf.) (San Jose, Calf.) (Eugene, Ore.)

UCLA Series Record: UCLA leads 30-24 12/6 1980 UCLA 1/30 1982 UCLA 12/23 1982 Oregon 1/15 1987 UCLA 2/21 1987 Oregon 1/8 1988 UCLA 2/5 1988 UCLA 2/4 1989 Oregon 3/3 1989 Oregon 1/27 1990 Oregon 2/23 1990 UCLA 1/27 1991 UCLA 2/22 1991 UCLA 1/10 1992 UCLA 3/14 1992 UCLA 1/13 1993 UCLA 2/13 1993 Oregon 1/6 1994 Oregon 3/12 1994 Oregon 1/5 1995 Oregon 3/11 1995 Oregon 2/1 1996 Oregon 3/2 1996 UCLA 1/31 1997 Oregon 3/1 1997 Oregon 1/10 1998 UCLA 2/6 1998 UCLA 1/10 1999 UCLA 2/4 1999 Oregon 1/29 2000 Oregon 2/24 2000 Oregon 1/27 2001 Oregon 2/23 2001 UCLA 12/20 2001 Oregon 1/26 2002 Oregon 12/27 2002 UCLA 3/1 2003 UCLA 3/8 2003 UCLA 1/4 2004 UCLA

2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Oregon UCLA Oregon UCLA UCLA UCLA Oregon UCLA Oregon Oregon UCLA UCLA UCLA #9 UCLA # 9 UCLA

61-55 54-70 78-71 63-82 65-66 70-77 76-60 59-63 66-55 73-56 69-70 80-104 75-91 57-87 48-75

(Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.)

89-57 69-52 73-59 56-58

(Berkeley, Calif.) (Irvine, Calif.) (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) (Irvine, Calif.)

69-74

(Eugene, Ore.)

61-74 81-60 85-77 70-54 65-56

(Santa Barbara, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Santa Barbara, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.)

64-67 64-86 71-86 57-91 68-76 64-66 79-78 56-82 61-68 71-56 68-71 80-58 71-80 71-80 44-67 55-83 76-81 69-78 61-80 45-47 74-85 77-78 76-50 OT 66-75 67-53 65-73 70-53 79-65 76-58 77-53 73-61 73-74 63-69 53-55 74-66 73-83 75-65 79-73 75-70 55-69 56-71 72-77 81-59 48-72 64-69

(Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calf.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.)

UC Irvine

Texas Woman’s College Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 1/3 1980 Oregon

1/29 1/4 1/27 12/20 2/25 1/7 2/1 1/24 2/23 1/4 3/5 1/28 2/27 1/15 2/10

Series Record: Oregon leads 3-1 12/3 1981 Oregon 1/9 1983 Oregon 11/19 1983 Oregon 11/30 1984 UC Irvine

UC Riverside Series Record: UC Riverside leads 1-0 12/14 2010 UC Riverside

UC Santa Barbara Series Record: Oregon leads 4-1 12/13 1999 UC Santa Barbara 12/22 2000 Oregon 11/17 2006 Oregon 3/17 2007 Oregon 12/8 2007 Oregon

USC Series Record: USC leads 39-17 3/21 1981 USC 1/29 1982 USC 2/6 1983 USC 12/30 1983 USC 11/28 1984 USC 1/17 1987 USC 2/20 1987 Oregon 1/7 1988 USC 2/7 1988 USC 2/3 1989 Oregon 3/4 1989 USC 1/25 1990 Oregon 2/25 1990 USC 1/25 1991 USC 2/24 1991 USC 1/12 1992 USC 3/12 1992 USC 1/16 1993 USC 2/11 1993 USC 1/8 1994 USC 3/10 1994 USC 1/7 1995 USC 3/9 1995 Oregon 2/3 1996 USC 2/29 1996 Oregon 2/2 1997 USC 2/27 1997 Oregon 1/8 1998 Oregon 2/8 1998 Oregon 1/8 1999 Oregon 2/6 1999 Oregon 1/27 2000 USC 2/26 2000 USC 1/25 2001 USC 2/25 2001 Oregon 12/22 2001 USC 1/24 2002 Oregon 12/29 2002 Oregon 2/27 2003 Oregon 1/2 2004 USC 1/31 2004 USC 1/2 2005 USC 1/29 2005 Oregon 12/22 2005 USC 2/23 2006 USC

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History & Records

OREGON VS. OPPONENTS SERIES RECORDS 1/5 2/3 1/26 2/21 1/2 3/7 1/30 2/27 3/12 1/13 2/12

2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011

USC Oregon USC USC USC USC Oregon USC USC USC USC

71-79 73-63 42-46 58-67 56-66 64-94 85-77 84-87 76-80 76-79 63-85

(Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.)

105-69

(Eugene, Ore.)

73-63 65-60 66-61 72-42 79-58 73-53 58-68 61-73 51-49 48-63 63-55 50-44 49-63 86-89 (OT)

(Eugene, Ore.) (Salt Lake City, Utah) (Salt Lake City, Utah) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Salt Lake City, Utah) (Salt Lake City, Utah) (Eugene, Ore.) (Salt Lake City, Utah) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Salt Lake City, Utah)

105-72 73-64

(Honolulu, Hawaii) (Logan, Utah)

90-70

(Eugene, Ore.)

60-47

(Eugene, Ore.)

68-72 54-82

(Nashville, Tenn.) (Eugene, Ore.)

73-53

(Eugene, Ore.)

39-50 53-62 49-63 41-59 41-57 67-77 34-51 50-72 58-68 83-56 94-67 68-66 78-63 87-68 99-70 88-63 76-68 105-74 79-58 73-63 67-83 79-86 80-67 68-62

(Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Ashland, Ore.) (Corvallis, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bellingham, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Portland, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Missoula, Mont.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.)

U.S. International Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 12/30 1986 Oregon

Utah Series Record: Oregon leads 9-5 12/12 1981 Oregon 2/8 1982 Oregon 12/31 1984 Oregon 1/11 1986 Oregon 12/21 1987 Oregon 12/9 1989 Oregon 12/30 1989 Utah 11/15 1995 Utah 11/30 1996 Oregon 12/16 2000 Utah 12/8 2001 Oregon 11/25 2006 Oregon 12/28 2008 Utah 12/22 2009 Utah

Utah State Series Record: Oregon leads 2-0 12/21 1980 Oregon 1/7 1986 Oregon

UTEP Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 1/3 1994 Oregon

Valparaiso Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/15 2003 Oregon

Vanderbilt Series Record: Vanderbilt leads 2-0 12/6 1992 Vanderbilt 12/21 1994 Vanderbilt

Virginia Tech Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/27 1999 Oregon

Washington Series Record: Oregon leads 42-41 3/1 1974 Washington 2/7 1975 Washington 2/7 1976 Washington 3/6 1976 Washington 2/13 1976 Washington 1/14 1977 Washington 1/13 1978 Washington 2/11 1978 Washington 3/11 1978 Washington 1/5 1979 Oregon 2/16 1979 Oregon 12/19 1979 Oregon 1/12 1980 Oregon 2/15 1980 Oregon 1/22 1981 Oregon 2/28 1981 Oregon 3/14 1981 Oregon 1/23 1982 Oregon 2/19 1982 Oregon 1/15 1983 Oregon 2/19 1983 Washington 3/11 1983 Washington 1/19 1984 Oregon 2/25 1984 Oregon

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3/9 1/19 2/21 1/23 2/22 1/24 2/26 1/22 2/20 1/19 2/18 1/18 2/17 1/18 2/17 1/18 2/13 1/23 2/18 1/22 2/17 1/21 2/19 1/13 2/8 1/11 2/6 1/15 2/14 1/15 2/13 1/20 2/20 1/18 2/17 12/28 2/23 3/2 3/20 1/23 2/22 1/15 2/14 1/13 2/12 3/5 1/21 2/16 12/21 2/24 1/19 2/15 1/15 2/14 3/12 1/1 3/7 1/8 2/3

1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Oregon Washington Washington Washington Oregon Washington Oregon Washington Washington Washington Oregon Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Oregon Oregon Oregon Washington Washington Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Washington Oregon Oregon Washington Washington Washington Washington Oregon Washington Oregon Oregon Washington Washington Washintgon Oregon Washington Oregon Oregon Washington Oregon Washington Oregon Washington

81-69 57-65 72-77 OT 68-69 83-67 57-69 79-69 67-68 51-68 59-71 89-76 57-73 52-62 50-55 55-65 66-71 66-69 74-87 51-59 70-67 62-41 83-61 78-85 66-82 60-53 67-60 67-63 76-59 72-57 70-56 67-57 65-51 70-69 67-53 OT 64-60 69-56 80-88 78-64 77-73 60-79 59-75 50-95 56-67 86-77 57-81 64-50 81-73 55-61 56-60 46-61 66-64 60-61 75-55 77-69 43-69 82-71 53-62 68-64 76-90 (OT)

(Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Seattle, Wash.)

Washington State Series Record: Oregon leads 57-13 3/1 1974 Washington State 2/3 1976 Oregon 2/11 1977 Oregon 2/4 1978 Washington State 3/10 1978 Oregon 1/12 1979 Oregon 1/25 1980 Oregon 2/20 1981 Oregon 2/22 1982 Oregon 1/14 1983 Oregon 2/17 1983 Oregon 1/21 1984 Oregon 2/23 1984 Oregon 1/18 1985 Oregon 2/23 1985 Oregon 1/25 1986 Oregon 2/21 1986 Oregon 1/22 1987 Oregon 2/28 1987 Oregon 1/23 1988 Oregon

2/18 1/21 2/17 1/20 2/15 1/20 2/15 1/16 2/15 1/21 2/20 1/20 2/19 1/19 2/17 1/11 2/10 1/9 2/8 12/20 1/17 2/12 1/17 2/11 1/22 2/17 1/20 2/15 12/30 2/21 3/1 1/25 2/20 1/17 2/12 1/15 2/10 1/19 2/18 12/23 2/22 1/17 2/17 3/7 1/17 2/12 1/3 3/5 1/6 2/5

1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Oregon Washington State Oregon Oregon Oregon Washington State Washington State Oregon Oregon Washington State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Washington State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Washington State Washington State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Washington State Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Washington State Oregon Washington State Oregon Washington State

64-62 77-80 OT 87-76 68-65 80-71 69-102 72-76 69-54 65-60 54-66 88-75 70-69 80-62 66-56 81-75 59-72 58-49 80-46 62-52 94-71 62-57 61-51 72-64 65-54 77-65 73-68 64-67 76-77 76-47 88-47 85-67 73-69 85-52 60-50 74-52 69-50 62-47 54-50 53-68 66-55 51-34 64-45 70-67 66-45 57-41 45-58 98-92 53-67 77-72 90-96

(Pullman, Wash.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Kona, Hawaii) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (San Jose, Calif.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.)

105-95 110-55 62-60 84-45 95-70

(Ogden, Utah) (Eugene, Ore.) (Ogden, Utah) (Eugene, Ore.) (Ogden, Utah)

105-61

(Moscow, Idaho)

71-83 90-65 90-92

(Jamaica, N.Y.) (Lubbock, Texas) (Bowling Green, Ky.)

(formerly Oregon College of Education) Series Record: Oregon leads 7-6 1/15 1974 Oregon 57-41 2/6 1974 Western Oregon 52-53 1/19 1975 Oregon 61-46 2/6 1975 Western Oregon 52-71 2/28 1975 Western Oregon 45-50 1/22 1976 Western Oregon 54-78 2/10 1976 Western Oregon 47-49 1/11 1977 Oregon OT 67-62 2/9 1977 Oregon 78-46 3/5 1977 Western Oregon 60-61

(Monmouth, Ore.) (Monmouth, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bellingham, Wash.) (Monmouth, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Ashland, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Portland, Ore.)

Weber State Series Record: Oregon leads 5-0 2/21 1980 Oregon 12/13 1980 Oregon 11/30 1990 Oregon 12/12 1992 Oregon 12/13 1993 Oregon

Western Illinois Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 11/29 1985 Oregon

26-56 47-44 OT 67-63 67-87 68-54 85-69 78-59 79-49 64-47 66-53 86-70 63-59 79-63 59-50 69-60 OT 68-67 94-63 101-55 74-70 78-59

(Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Bellingham, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Pullman, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

Western Kentucky Series Record: Western Kentucky leads 2-1 12/29 1987 Western Kentucky 12/1 1989 Oregon 12/5 1997 Western Kentucky

Western Oregon

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OREGON VS. OPPONENTS SERIES RECORDS 1/17 2/25 11/13

1978 Oregon 1978 Oregon 2010 Oregon

73-58 90-40 110-70

(Monmouth, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Eugene, Ore.)

37-64 41-91 76-67 78-60 71-67 82-63 73-67

(Corvallis, Ore.) (Bellingham, Wash.) (Bellingham, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bellingham, Wash.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Bellingham, Wash.)

68-58

(Wichita, Kan.)

60-74 71-57 57-58

(Nashville, Tenn.) (Raleigh, N.C.) (Eugene, Ore.)

Series Record: Wisconsin-Green Bay leads 2-0 11/17 2001 UW-Green Bay 57-75 11/26 2002 UW-Green Bay 53-69

(Eugene, Ore.) (Green Bay, Wisc.)

Western Washington Series Record: Oregon leads 5-2 2/8 1974 W. Washington 2/8 1975 W. Washington 1/14 1978 Oregon 2/10 1978 Oregon 3/9 1978 Oregon 1/6 1979 Oregon 2/17 1979 Oregon

Wichita State Series Record: Oregon leads 1-0 1/9 1982 Oregon

Wisconsin Series Record: Wisconsin leads 2-1 3/15 1996 Wisconsin 11/18 2000 Oregon 11/28 2009 Wisconsin

Wisconsin-Green Bay

Wyoming Series Record: Oregon leads 3-1 11/28 1998 Oregon 3/22 2007 Wyoming 11/29 2008 Oregon 12/20 2009 Oregon

63-33 62-64 51-45 78-66

(Eugene, Ore.) (Laramie, Wyo.) (Eugene, Ore.) (Laramie, Wyo.)

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Oregon IMG

OREGON IMG SPORTS NETWORK Oregon IMG Sports Network is in its 24th year of operation. The 201112 season marks the 16th-straight year Oregon IMG Sports Network (formerly Oregon Sports Network) will oversee the live radio broadcasts of all women’s basketball games, in addition to several televised contests. A nationally recognized pioneer of in-house collegiate radio and television networks, the Oregon IMG Sports Network was founded in 1987 to promote all activities within Oregon’s athletics department. This network broadcasts Terry Jonz over 90 radio and television broadcasts each year. Veteran Eugene radio personality Terry Jonz is behind the mic for a seventh season calling play-by-play. KUGN 590 AM will broadcast all Oregon women’s basketball contests. All broadcasts feature a pre and post-game report with comments from head coach Paul Westhead and selected players. If there is a conflict with a men’s game, Oregon women’s basketball can be found on THE SCORE 95.3 FM in Eugene. Jonz is also the host for the Tip-Off Tuesday coaches’ radio show, which is broadcast from 7-8 p.m., every Tuesday night during the season. The show features Jerry Allen with men’s basketball head coach Dana Altman, and the voice of Oregon women’s basketball, Jonz, with women’s head coach Paul Westhead. Fans can listen on KUGN 590AM (Eugene), KXL 750AM (Portland), KKEE 1230AM (Astoria), KRJT 105.9FM (Baker City), KURY 910AM (Brookings), KWRO 630AM (Coos Bay), KDSP 102.3FM (Denver, CO), KAJO 1270AM (Grants Pass), KFLS 1450AM (Klamath Falls), KKBC 95.3FM (La Grande), and KBCH 1400AM (Lincoln City).

Ducks Television Schedule

Oregon Radio Network Market Astoria Bend Brookings Burns Coos Bay/North Bend Corvallis/Albany Eugene

Florence Grants Pass Hood River John Day Klamath Falls Lakeview Lincoln City Medford Newport/Toledo Pendleton Portland

Roseburg Salem Tillamook

*stations that will broadcast WBB games

2:00 p.m. ..................... Dec. 31 vs. Washington (CSNNW) 4:00 p.m. ..................... Jan. 28 at Oregon State (FSN/ROOT Sports) 7:00 p.m. ..................... Feb. 9 at Washington (UWTV) 2:00 p.m. ..................... Feb. 25 vs. Oregon State (CSNNW) 5:30 p.m. ..................... March 1 at Colorado (FSN/ROOT Sports) FSN/ROOT - Fox Sports Net/ROOT CSNNW - Comcast SportsNet Northwest Check Oregon’s official athetics website, www.GoDucks.com for updates to the broadcast schedule

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Station KKEE KBND KURY KZZR KWRO KGAL KUGN THE SCORE KSCR KCST KAJO KIHR KJDY KFLS KQIK KBCH KCMX KCUP KTIX KXL KUIK THEGAME KSKR KYKN KTIL

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University Administration

richard LARIVIERE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT • THIRD YEAR • IOWA, ‘72 • PENN, ‘78 Richard Lariviere became president of the University of Oregon on July 1, 2009. During his first years in Oregon and at the UO, he has walked the Butte-to-Butte with Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy and participated with 7,000 other Eugene-area walkers and runners in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, a breast cancer fundraiser. He has fly-fished the McKenzie and Metolius rivers – several times each – and ridden horseback to Tam McArthur Rim near Sisters and in the Pendleton Roundup’s Westward Ho parade. He has cultivated the UO’s growing reputation for innovation in the classroom and in research, sharpening the university’s focus on sustainability, international partnerships and other areas of UO prominence. And he has become a thought leader in the national debate over higher education reform, offering a strong voice in ongoing efforts to reinvent a public university system in Oregon that is responsive to future generations of students and helps to position the state for success in today’s knowledge-based global economy. Before arriving at Oregon, Lariviere was executive vice chancellor and provost at the University of Kansas from 2006 to 2009, and dean of the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Austin from 1999 to 2006. His scholarly roots extend around the world. After earning his bachelor’s degree in the history of religions from the University of Iowa in 1972 — a member of Phi Beta Kappa — Lariviere and his wife

Janis traveled to India for the first time. Lariviere eventually built an impressive academic career around the country’s languages, histories, religions and culture. In 1978, he earned his doctorate in Sanskrit from the University of Pennsylvania. While he has published articles and several books on Indian legal history, he has also tackled subjects ranging from religion in India to matrimonial remedies for women in classical Hindu law. He reads eight languages and speaks French and Hindi. He has conducted research in London, Oxford, Calcutta, Poona Kathmandu, Tokyo, Beijing, Lahore, Munich, Colombo and Madras, as well as a host of smaller cities in India. Lariviere is a Fellow of the Institute of Innovation, Creativity & Capital in Austin, a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain, a life member of the American Oriental Society, and a founding member of the Society for Design and Process Science. He had a successful career as a consultant for American and Indian companies in information technology and Business Process Outsourcing. He has also served on corporate boards in the IT industry. Lariviere’s wife, Janis Worcester Lariviere, has worked in university development and science education. The couple have a daughter, Anne Elizabeth, who graduated from Barnard College and teaches elementary school in New York.

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rob MULLENS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR • SECOND YEAR • WEST VIRGINIA, ‘91, ‘93 Since being named the University of Oregon’s 12th director of intercollegiate athletics on July 15, 2010, Rob Mullens has wasted little time in putting his own stamp on the continual success of the Ducks’ athletics department while being the beneficiary of one of the most successful eras in school history.

thew Knight Arena, witnessed the football team thrive in the BCS National Championship game as one of the school’s 12 programs advancing to post-season play, and proudly watched as the school claimed national championships in women’s indoor track & field and acrobatics and tumbling.

Mullens arrived at Oregon from the University of Kentucky, where he served as deputy director of athletics and managed day-to-day operations of Kentucky’s 22-sport athletics department, with an annual operating budget of $79 million.

Off the field, Mullens was just as excited to witness an accumulated graduation rate of 74 percent among all of the Ducks’ student-athletes, a single-season best six first-team Capital One Academic AllAmericans and 105 academic all-conference honorees.

His background is in accounting and auditing, and he promoted sound fiscal management and self-sufficiency at the University of Kentucky.

Prior to being named deputy director of athletics at Kentucky in 2006, Mullens began as the university’s executive associate director of athletics in 2002. He served at the University of Maryland from 1996 to 2002, starting as assistant director of athletics for business and ultimately as executive senior associate director of athletics and chief of staff.

During his total of eight years at Kentucky, the athletic department’s operating budget expanded by nearly 70 percent. Fundraising for the department hit record levels each of the past seven years prior to his departure. In his brief tenure in Eugene, he has implemented his philosophy of financial efficiency while overseeing an $87.8 million budget for the coming year, in addition to enhancing the department’s model of selfsufficiency. He also was at the helm as the Ducks opened their spectacular Mat-

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The West Virginia native was senior athletics business manager at the University of Miami (Fla.) from 1994 to 1996, and prior to that hewas an accountant/auditor at Ernst & Young in Raleigh, N.C. Mullens (7/19/69) went to school at West Virginia University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in sport management. He and his wife, Jane, have two sons, Cooper (7/30/04) and Tanner (1/31/07).

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