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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Pacific on the Web/Mobile............................................................ 1 Quick Facts..................................................................................... 2 Schedule/Broadcast Information................................................. 3 Pacific Basketball........................................................................4-5 Pacific Facilities...........................................................................6-7 Student-Athlete Services..........................................................8-11 University of the Pacific.......................................................... 12-14 2010-11 Outlook.................................................................... 16-18 2010-11 Roster............................................................................19 Player Profiles......................................................................... 20-41 Head Coach Lynne Roberts................................................... 42-43 Assistant Coaches.................................................................. 44-46 Support Staff and Administration......................................... 47-50 Big West Conference.............................................................. 51-52 Big West Review...........................................................................52 2009-10 Results/Statistics.........................................................53 Record Book........................................................................... 55-72 Pacific Series Records........................................................... 73-77 Year-by-Year Team Results..................................................... 78-83 University Information............................................................ 84-85 Pacific Athletics Facilities...................................................... 86-87 Pacific Athletics Review......................................................... 88-89 Media Information........................................................................90 Fastbreak Club............................................................................. 91 Media Roster................................................................................92

M E D I A R E L AT I O N S

Asst. AD for Communications................................... Mike Millerick Asst. Director of Athletic Media Relations................... Ben Laskey Media Relations Assistant/WBB SID....................Kevin Wilkinson E-mail....................................................... kwilkinson1@pacific.edu Office Phone..........................................................(209) 946-2289 Cell Phone..............................................................(504) 575-4033 Media Relations FAX............................................. (209) 946-2757 Internet Address.......................................... www.pacifictigers.com Mailing Address.......... 3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, CA 95211

UNIVERSITY

Location............................................................Stockton, California Nickname............................................................................... Tigers Colors...................................................................Orange and Black Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA Division I Conference.........................................................................Big West Founded................... 1851 (California’s first chartered university) Enrollment.............................................................................. 6,235 President............................................................ Dr. Pamela Eibeck Director of Athletics.......................................................... Lynn King Associate Director of Athletics/SWA........................... Holly Trexler Athletic Department Phone.................................. (209) 946-2472

BASKETBALL INFORMATION

2009-10 Record........................................................................6-22 2009-10 Big West Conference Record.......................... 4-12 / 8th Starters Returning/Lost............................................................. 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.................................................10/3 Home Court (Capacity)...................Alex G. Spanos Center (6,150)

COACHING INFORMATION

Head Coach.........................................Lynne Roberts, fifth season Career Record/Years.............................. 128-107, seven seasons Pacific Record/Years.......................................42-76, four seasons Assistant Coach..........................................................Bradley Davis Assistant Coach........................................................ Davin Johnson Assistant Coach................................................. Amy VanHollebeke Coordinator of WBB Operations............................... Jenn Wassom Women’s Basketball Office Phone...................... (209) 946-2341

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CREDITS

The 2010-11 Pacific Women’s Basketball Media Guide was published by the Department of Athletic Media Relations. Written, designed and compiled by Kevin Wilkinson with assistance from Benjamin Laskey, Monique Moyal and Mike Millerick, the women’s basketball staff, Angela Bertocchini, Mike Dalgety, Catherine Garcia and Victoria Lewis. Photo credits to George Steckler, Matt Brown, Gary Jones, Caroline Photography, and the media relations staff.

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Simpson % Alex G. Spanos Center Cal State East Bay % Alex G. Spanos Center Sacramento State Alex G. Spanos Center San Diego Alex G. Spanos Center San Jose State Alex G. Spanos Center Southern Utah Cedar City, Utah UNLV Hyatt Place Rebel Round-Up Nov 26 Rutgers Las Vegas, Nev. Nov 27 Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. or UNLV Dec 1 Fresno State Alex G. Spanos Center Dec 5 at Saint Mary’s Moraga, Calif. Dec 11 at San Francisco San Francisco, Calif. Dec 16 at Santa Clara Santa Clara, Calif. Dec 19 Portland Alex G. Spanos Center Dec 22 at Montana State Bozeman, Mont. Dec 28 Connecticut Alex G. Spanos Center Dec 31 Cal State Northridge * Alex G. Spanos Center Jan 2 Cal St Fullerton * Alex G. Spanos Center Jan 6 at Cal Poly * San Luis Obispo, Calif. Jan 8 at UC Santa Barbara * Santa Barbara, Calif. Jan 15 Long Beach State * Alex G. Spanos Center Jan 22 UC Davis * Alex G. Spanos Center Jan 27 at Long Beach State * Long Beach, Calif. Jan 29 at UC Riverside * Riverside, Calif. Feb 3 UC Santa Barbara * Alex G. Spanos Center Feb 5 Cal Poly * Alex G. Spanos Center Feb 9 at UC Davis * Davis, Calif. Feb 17 at UC Irvine * Irvine, Calif. Feb 19 at Cal St Fullerton * Fullerton, Calif. Feb 24 UC Irvine * Alex G. Spanos Center Feb 26 UC Riverside * Alex G. Spanos Center Mar 5 at Cal State Northridge * Northridge, Calif. Mar 8 Big West Quarters Campus Sites Mar 11 Big West Semifinals Anaheim, Calif. Mar 12 Big West Final Anaheim, Calif. All Times PM and Pacific Standard Time * - Big West Conference game

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“For the four years I was away from home, my teammates were my family! I can never thank them all enough for everything they meant to me through my years at Pacific!” -- Whitney Price (Class of 2009) “The team unity and camaraderie is the best. I think building relationships on and off the court where you have a trust with each other is definitely beneficial on the court.” -- Senior Claire McLeod

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“When you look back, playing college basketball is going to be one of the highlights of your life. You’ll remember the wins, but you’ll never forget your teammates. For four years, they are your family; and beyond that they’ll be your friends for life.” -- Head Coach Lynne Roberts

“I can honestly say that this team is a family and everyone has each other’s backs.” -- Sophomore Kendall Rodriguez

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“The community really supports their Tigers. We’re the only Division I school in the area, and the support we receive makes for a great atmosphere at the Spanos Center. The crowd fires up the players and provides a great home-court advantage.” -Head Coach Lynne Roberts In its third decade of operation, the Alex G. Spanos Center, home of Tiger basketball, owns a reputation as one of the Big West's finest playing facilities and one of the best in the West. The 6,150-seat capacity arena, located on the southwest corner of the Pacific campus adjacent to Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium, is the site of all Pacific men's and women's basketball games, men's and women's volleyball matches, and a multitude of other sporting events, concerts, cultural productions, trade shows and community functions. The facility was funded by private donations and monies raised by community volunteers comprising the Spanos Center Steering Committee. Ground was broken at the site on August 23, 1979. The Pacific women’s basketball program makes the Spanos Center its site for all home games in 2010-11. This season is the Tigers’ 30th consecutive season in the Spanos Cen-

ter and the 20th consecutive year that Pacific has played all of its home games in the Spanos Center The Tiger men’s basketball team moved into the Spanos Center from the 2,901-seat Stockton Civic Auditorium, which served as its home since the early '60s. In the intimate Civic, Pacific won 192 games and lost just 34 (.850 winning percentage) and once recorded 45 consecutive wins. The complex is named after benefactor Alex G. Spanos, a Pacific graduate and Stockton-based businessman who owns the NFL's San Diego Chargers. A former member of the University's Board of Regents, Spanos also is one of the nation's largest builders of rental housing. The Spanos Center was dedicated at an all-university convocation on the weekend of September 9-11, 1981. Its first athletic event was a volleyball match between Oregon and nationally-ranked Pacific.

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PACIFIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL AT THE SPANOS CENTER 30th Season at the Spanos Center .609 All-Time Win percentage (187-120) Winning Home Record in 21 of 29 years .600 or Better in 17 of 29 years

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As of November 2009, the Tigers also have access to the Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium, a stateof-the-art practice facility for Pacific athletics. The facility features two gyms that total 22,000 square feet with two basketball courts, four volleyball courts and a training room.

In 2007, the Tigers remodeled their team locker room, adding new lockers and carpeting while including a big screen television, a state-of-the-art sound system and leather couches for student-athletes to study and visit before and after practice and games.

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Pacific intercollegiate athletics is proud to acknowledge its team physicians as well as other medical practitioners and providers, who work in direct consultation with the athletic training staff. Their services are invaluable to the overall medical care and physical well-being of all Pacific student-athletes.

The Pacific Athletic Training Staff is provides the best possible care to help the Tigers student-athletes prepare and recover from practice and competition to help prevent injuries, and if necessary, recover from them. With eight full-time staff, 15 undergraduate assistants, and 16 affiliated specialists, the Pacific Athletic Training staff keeps the Tigers at their peak performance.

PACIFIC TEAM DOCTORS Dr. Gary Alegre Orthopedist Dr. Scott Bethune Orthopedist Dr. Edward Cahill Orthopedist Dr. Howard Chi Dentist Dr. Steven Eager Orthopedist Dr. Aubrey Federal Radiologist Kathy Hunter Nurse Practioner Cowell Wellness Center Dr. Alan Kawaguchi Orthopedist Dr. Eric Larson Sports Medicine Dr. Anh Le Orthopedist Dr. Vincent Leung Orthopedist Dr. Gary Murata Orthopedist Dr. Bill McDonald Podiatrist Dr. Peter Salamon Orthopedist Dr. George Westin Jr. Orthopedist Dr. Roland Winter Orthopedist

Medical care of Pacific student-athletes begins with its athletic training staff and a fully operational Athletic Training Center. The center features the latest in injury prevention, rehabilitation, clinical diagnosis and educational research. The athletic training room is operated and is staffed by director of athletic training Chris Pond and assistant directors of athletic training Andy Gepford and Annette Martinez. Pond, Gepford and Martinez are certified athletic trainers by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and oversee treatment and medical attention given to all of Pacific’s intercollegiate sports. In his 19th year at Pacific, Pond is a 1988 graduate of Utah State, and spent two years at Arizona before arriving in Stockton. The athletic training room is also the training laboratory of Pacific’s athletic training undergraduate studies program. Pacific offers athletic training as a field of study within the University’s Department of Sport Sciences. Approximately 15 students participate annually in Pacific’s student-athlete training program. The academic needs of athletic training students are supervised by Jodi Baker (ATC), director of Pacific’s Athletic Training Education Program.

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Under the direct supervision of Pacific’s Director of Athletic Performance Tony Sandoval, the Tigers train on state-of-theart equipment designed to help each student-athlete become stronger, faster and more explosive in order to reach their maximum potential.

Strength & Condition is an integral part of any student-athlete’s life. At Pacific, new facilities combined with a dedicated staff work toward success on the floor for the Tigers. The multi-purpose weight training and fitness facility within the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletic Center is 4,000 square feet and includes 10 Olympic platforms, 10 racks, five bench presses, five adjustable inclines, two full racks of dumbells, over 50 medicine balls and Swiss balls and six adjustable plyometric boxes. The latest addition to the Tigers fitness facilities includes a 2,000 square foot conditioning room with plyometric flooring and 20 Schwinn Spin Bikes.

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Pacific Women’s Basketball has a proud history of dedicated student-athletes striving for excellence in the classroom. Year after year, Tigers garner academic recognition at the University, conference and national level. Helping the Tigers to be successful in the classroom are the academic facilities provided to Pacific student-athletes. Under the guidance of Pacific’s academic support team of Associate Director of Athletics for Student Services & Compliance/ Senior Woman Administrator Holly Trexler, Assistant Coordinator of Academic Achievement Wendy Cornwall, and Athletic Academic Counselor Danielle Neault (pictured, bottom right), Pacific student-athletes are given every resource they need to succeed in the classroom and be prepared for their post-college careers. In addition to the in-house facilities, the university library provides state-of-the-art study facilities and computer labs for all Pacific students. The library just completed a major renovation that was aimed at providing more networked group study rooms, better space for collaborative learning projects, new communication technologies, and increased access to networked information resources and tools. With an array of facilities and resources, Pacific has created the Tigers Academic Success Program in which all Pacific studentathletes meet twice a month with assistant coach Bradley Davis to go over their class schedules. Meetings include with current and past assignments as well as midterms and finals. Coach Davis acts as a second advisor to the players to ensure that they are primed for success in the classroom as well as on the court. A credentialed English teacher who spent the last eight years preparing high school students to succeed academically, Coach Davis will meet with all student-athletes pertaining to the editing of papers and essays. This assistance is in addition to the scheduled monthly meetings with the student-athletes. In addition to the meetings with Coach Davis, student-athletes are provided with an array of different academic support systems around campus to help the Tigers succeed. All Pacific students are assigned to a university academic advisor, who is the primary advisor to the student concerning all aspects of academics. These advisors are in place to ensure an academic first and academic success way of thinking when it comes to scheduling. Academic support meetings serve primarily to assist the student-athlete with balancing her athletic and academic schedules and to support her academically in any other way possible. With the commitment to excellence in the classroom by the entire women’s basketball team and the entire athletic department, the 2009-10 season is sure to bring several more academic honors to the Tiger basketball history book.

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With Pacific Plays Pink, basketball clinics, community out reach, the United Way, and a host of other programs, the Pacific Tigers believe in community outreach.

“It’s a two-way street. We know we live in a world that has hardships, and it’s easy to get wrapped up in your own life of school, basketball, friends and family. So it’s important to take the time and connect with your community. And the feeling of doing something positive is a tremendous reward. The community gives so much support to us, we want to give our support to our community.” - Head Coach Lynne Roberts.

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• Named in the U.S. News & World

Report as one of the Top 100

universities in the United States

• 14:1 student to faculty ratio • Average class size: 20 students • 444 highly qualified faculty

members on three campuses;

92% hold a doctorate or the

highest degree in their field

• Pacific’s green, tree-lined

campus and graceful brick-

faced buildings are often

compared to Ivy League schools

Academics are Number One at the University of the Pacific, and Pacific is proud of its student-athletes’ performances in the classroom. In addition to having some truly outstanding individual scholar-athletes, Pacific currently boasts a graduation rate of over 96 percent for all recruited student-athletes who exhaust their athletic eligibility. During the spring semester of 2008, Pacific studentathletes posted a combined grade point average of 3.0.

Pacific is annually represented on Big West Academic All-Conference teams, Academic All-America teams, and boasts NCAA Post-Graduate Scholars in several sports. For the 2008-09 academic year, Pacific honored 102 Big West Conference Scholar-Athletes. In order to qualify for the distinction, student-athletes must record a 3.0 grade point average over their two most recently completed semesters. Freshmen are required to attain a 3.2 grade point average over one semester to earn the accolade.

Student-Athlete Academic Success • 1 Academic All-Americans • 41 on Big West Academic All

Conference Team

• 2 on Mountain Pacific Sports

Federation All-Academic Team

• 2 Named Big West Scholar

Athletes of the Year

• 102 Big West Scholar-Athletes • 134 Pacific Scholar-Athletes • 5 on National Field Hockey

Coaches Assoc. Academic Team

Notable Alumni

Scott Boras SPORTS AGENT 1977, 1982 (JD)

Chris Isaak MUSICIAN & ACTOR 1980

JENNIFER JOINES OLYMPIC VOLLEYBALL PLAYER 2004

Michael Olowokandi #1 PICK IN NBA DRAFT 1998

Dave Brubeck JAZZ PIANIST 1942

Mike Merriweather NFL LINEBACKER 1982

Elaina Oden OLYMPIC VOLLEYBALL PLAYER 1989

TOM FLORES NFL HEAD COACH 1959

Arthur A. Dugoni Pres. of american dental assoc. 1948

Pete Carroll NFL HEAD COACH 1973

DELL DEMPS NEW ORLEANS HORNETS G.M. 1992, 1998

FORBES 400/REAL ESTATE DEVELOPER

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ALEX SPANOS 1948

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“My degree from Pacific has given me a great professional opportunity that I feel extremely blessed to have. A University of the Pacific degree is a very prestigious one and many professionals recognize that. I am very thankful and grateful to have received a great education from Pacific.” -- Amber Simmons (Class of 2009)

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• Game Day At Pacific •

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• Season Preview • “I don’t want to put a number on our goals for this season, because we know where we are headed. For us, it’s just a matter of how fast we get there.” For head coach Lynne Roberts’ Pacific Tigers, 2010-11 will be a positive step towards the program’s goal of a Big West championship. With an influx of youth joining a nucleus of young players last season, the Tigers will see how quickly they can emerge as a contender for their Big West title. The Tigers return nine players from last year’s squad, including Pacific’s lone fourth-year senior, guard Jennifer Fath (Carrollton, Texas), junior forward and Big West Sixth Woman of the Year Christina Thompson (Sacramento, Calif.) and sophomore and Big West Honorable Mention Erica McKenzie (Sparks, Nev.). Also returning are senior Arielle White, a guard from Los Angeles, Calif., two-year letterwinner and senior guard Claire McLeod (Melbourne, Australia), junior forward Andrea Swanson (Littleton, Colo.), junior guard Eliza Dy (Chino Hills, Calif.) and sophomore guard Jordan Rogers (Sparks, Nev.) and sophomore forward Kendall Rodriguez (La Habra, Calif.) round out the Tigers returnees. Joining the returnees for the 2010-11 season are a quartet of freshmen: guard Gena Johnson (Elk Grove, Calif.), guard Sam Pettinger (Everett, Wash.), forward Danielle Peacon (Sparks, Nev.) and forward Taryn Garza (Modesto, Calif.).

THE RETURNEES

Fourth-year senior Jennifer Fath boasts the most experience on the Tigers roster, having appeared in 85 games in her first three years at Pacific. Last season, Fath was the fourth leading-scorer for the Tigers, averaging 6.9 points per contest. She shot 37.6 percent from the field, good for third on the team, as was her 63.9 free throw percentage. “She had a great summer, staying in Stockton and really committing herself. I expect her to have a great senior year,” Roberts said. “Jennifer has the ability to get to the basket and finish. Her decision making is better this year. That’s been her achillies heel in the past, but she looks more confident in that area entering the season.” Fellow senior Claire McLeod is returning from an injured knee that limited the guard to 12 games last season with two starts. As a sophomore, she averaged 3.0 points and 3.5 rebounds in 14.8

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minutes per game in 29 games for the Tigers. A healthy McLeod can provide the Tigers with another leader on the floor, and example for the young Tigers. “At full strength, she’s a great defender who really gets the game. She’s a great teammate and the kind of player you want on the floor. It’s not that Claire necessarily makes ‘the play,’ but she never makes the wrong play. She doesn’t foul when you can’t afford to foul. She doesn’t turn it over. She never forgets to box out. She just doesn’t make mistakes.” Rounding out the Tigers senior class is guard Arielle White. The transfer from College of the Canyons appeared in seven games for the Tigers in her first season in Division I, chipping in five points, five rebounds and four assists. “Ari brings an element of athleticism to our team,” Roberts said. “So far, she going hard in practice, is working on improving her game, and is shooting the ball well.” Redshirt junior Andrea Swanson is another Pacific forward seeking to overcome the injury bug. “It’s been unfortunate. Just when she gets back, she seems to get hurt again. It’s like she’s been trying to jump on a moving treadmill. She’s trying to jump on and catch up. This season, we’re making a conscious effort to ease her back in. I think if she can stay healthy, she will be able to contribute and give us some depth.” In 12 games last season, Swanson contributed 25 points, shooting nearly 40 percent from the field, and connected on half her rebounds. The Sixth Woman of the Year in the Big West as a sophomore, Christina Thompson averaged a team-leading 11.1 points to go with 4.3 rebounds per game in 19.3 minutes per contest off the bench for Pacific. Fifth in the Big West in field goal percentage at 48.3, Thompson led Pacific’s Big West All-Conference honorees as an Honorable Mention selection and became the first Tiger to be named Sixth Woman of the Year since Gillian d’Hondt won the award during the 2003-04 season. “She’s coming off a tremendous year last season, and for us to have a good season, she needs to be consistent for us. Right now, we think she can repeat that role as sixth woman. She’s aggressive, she makes plays, she has a knack for scoring. She can rebound, run the floor and finish with either hand.” Junior guard Eliza Dy was also a Big West Honorable mention selection, as she finished fifth in the conference with 3.3 assists per game, was eighth in the Big West with 50 steals and also knocked down 30 three-pointers. “She is a real quick point guard,” Roberts continued. “Eliza can shoot the three from very deep; NBA-range deep. She’s undersized, but she makes up for it with quickness and ability to shoot from deep. Because of her range, the defense really has to come out and guard her a long way from the basket, and she can use her quickness to get by defenders from there.” The Tigers also boast a trio of talented sophomores in Erica McKenzie, Kendall Rodriguez and Jordan Rogers. The 6-0 forward, Rodriguez showed moments of brilliance as a freshman, breaking out for a career-high 21 points on Nov. 22 against Monmouth with eight rebounds. For the season, Rodriguez averaged 6.4 points per game and 4.1 rebounds per contest to break into the Pacific starting lineup for 17 games. “Kendall had one of the best off-seasons for us. She’s coming off of a good freshman year, but an inconsistent one. This summer, she got herself really fit, really strong and confident. I would anticipate her having a really good year. I think she gets the game, She has a fantastic basketball I.Q. She was voted one of our two team captains by her teammates. That impressive and says a lot for a sophomore.” www.Pac ifictig ers .com


• Season Preview • Fellow sophomore and guard Jordan Rogers finished tied for third on the team last season in three-pointers made with 30, while tallying 5.1 points per game in 18.2 minutes per contest. Rogers made seven starts in 2009-10, appearing in all 29 games. “Jordan looks phenomenal, as well. She got in great shape and that kid can flat out shoot it. In practice, she’s lights out. And that provides us with another dangerous weapon from outside. Erica McKenzie led all freshmen in the conference in scoring last year at 9.0 points per game, to go with 72 assists, second most on the team. This season, McKenzie will she slide over to point guard for the Tigers. “She really is a natural two-guard that we’re kind of making play the one a little bit, just out of necessity. She’s a playmaker, she can really shoot the ball. We’re going to need her to have a good sophomore year for the team to be successful.” “Our freshmen and sophomores are all going to play,” Roberts summed up. “My hope for this year is to be competitive, to be in every game and we want to win. Of course, we want to get better every game, every week...all the clichés. But we’re trying to get the most out of our team, develop our players and stick to our vision for the program. Every year we’ve raised the talent level for this program, and we want to help those talented kids be the best basketball players they can be. We believe in our vision.”

THE NEWCOMERS

Joining those 10 returnees is a class Roberts calls her most talented. Headlined by forward Danielle Peacon out of Sparks, Nev., the Tigers landed one of their most heralded recruits to date. “I think this is probably our most talented freshman class, since I’ve been here, in terms of highly recruited, and athleticism and impact, potential impact,” Roberts began. “Danielle Peacon is probably the highest recruited player we’ve gotten here in a long time. She has the ability to be a really special player under the glass, just with her size and length and skill. The thing that’s impressed me the most about her is she’s really competitive. I think she understands her potential and is willing to put the work in to reach it, which is exciting to see in a freshman.” Peacon, a 6-3 forward from Reed High School, gives the Tigers

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two of the last three Northern Nevada Player of the Year winners. Peacon was tabbed co-Player in 2010, while Rogers earned the award in 2008. She led Reed to the Nevada State 4A championship game, averaging a double-double with 21 points and 12 rebounds, earning All-League, All-North and All-State honors. Fellow forward Taryn Garza, a 6-0 forward, finished her senior year at Modesto Christian High School as the Crusaders’ leading rebounder with 8.7 boards per game. She averaged 13.8 points per game, while also tallying 2.3 blocks per game along with 3.3 steals per game. “Taryn was recruited by some major programs, in both basketball and track. She’s six feet tall and just an incredible athlete. She just makes plays by going hard and with her athleticism. She can learn how to become a better basketball player, but already just her athleticism, strength, hard work, effort, makes her a good player right now.” On the perimeter, guard Gena Johnson will give the Tigers a slasher who can penetrate and find the basket. Johnson paced the Franklin High School Wildcats with an average of 16.7 points to go with 7.1 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.7 blocks per game - all totals that led the team her senior season. Johnson was named to the All-Delta Valley League team , helping Franklin to the semifinals of the Sac-Joaquin Section Tournament (which was held at the Alex G. Spanos Center on Pacific’s campus). “Gena is probably, from a guard’s perspective, the most athletic player we’ve had here, just in terms of her sheer athleticism,” Roberts commented. “She can create plays for herself. She’s a typical freshman—we’re going to have to teach her how, when and where to do things. But in terms of the ability to create plays, I really do think the sky’s the limit for her.” Fellow guard Sam Pettinger rounds out the Tigers incoming class. A two-sport athlete, Pettinger excelled at both basketball and soccer. She led the Archbishop Murphy Wildcats with over 11 points per game as well as six assists per game as a senior and finished as the Wildcats’ career leader assists and steals. Pettinger also led her team to a fifth-place finish in the state. Her soccer team won the state title while Pettinger earned all-state honors. “Sam Pettinger is tough,” Roberts said. “This fall, she has been probably the biggest surprise in terms of our freshmen. She has speed, she has grit, and I think she’s going to be a good combo guard for us.”

THE OUTLOOK

As the summer has turned to fall, Roberts has witnessed the newcomers and returnees come together in off-season workouts.

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• Season Preview • The Tigers, which finished 6-23 last season amid a myriad of injuries, blend their young players with more experience than you’d expect, and upperclassman which due to transfers and injuries have less experience than one would expect. They hybrid has led to a group that relates to each other and is growing together. “This group is by far the most cohesive group I’ve had since I’ve been at Pacific,” Roberts said. “The chemistry is fantastic. I think they all like each other, which is important when you hit adversity. When things are tough - you have a tough loss or injury - if the group gets along, then I think you get through those things a lot easier and a lot quicker.You’re going to have tough nights where there’s an injury or foul trouble. And if your chemistry is good and your team all trusts each other, knowing that everyone is on the same page, you can get through those things. And if you have good chemistry, momentum grows exponentially faster because everyone is enjoying playing with each other and they are having fun.” The hard-working Tigers plan on bringing the intensity for a full 40 minutes, as they play their up-tempo style. “We’re not having to coach effort. Trying to get kids to compete everyday in practice and go hard slows you down when you need to be coaching basketball.” “I feel optimistic about the year. Because of some injuries, we’re going to have to have players fill roles that they might not be used to, or comfortable at yet. Whether it’s Erica playing point guard or freshmen stepping up sooner than typically, if those things can happen, then we can be very good because our chemistry is good. All those x-factors are good, so it can be all about hoops.”

THE SCHEDULE

For 30 or more games, the Tigers will be all about hoops, playing the 16-game Big West schedule against California rivals Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Northridge, Long Beach State, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Riverside and UC Santa Barbara; and 13 non-conference games against a variety of regional and national opponents. “I think our schedule is great. There’s the regional opponents of all the California schools. We have some tough teams in the state and region. Fresno State has won their conference the last couple years. We beat them two years ago and now they’re coming back to the Spanos Center. Portland is coming off a very good year. San Diego is always tough. Saint Mary’s, Sacramento State, Santa Clara, San Francisco… it’s a chance to play the other teams in our area from other conferences. It’s fun to play as many of the teams in your area, because there is a pride involves. We all know each other, we

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recruit against each other and a lot of the kids know each other, having played against each other in high school.” Roberts then turned to the Hyatt Place UNLV Lady Rebel in Las Vegas over Thanksgiving Weekend. “That will be a great experience for our kids. Both going to Las Vegas, and playing Rutgers, and either UNLV or Oregon State. It will be good for us to play them early in the year on a neutral court. I think that will be a good test for us. Rutgers along with UConn have been historically the two best teams in the Big East.” “Obviously, the highlight of our schedule is playing Connecticut at home. It should be a great atmosphere at the Spanos Center and a wonderful opportunity for us to host the best team in the history of our sport. Who knows where they’ll be coming in, but odds are good they’re going to be on roll.” The Huskies are coming off back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons. UConn has won 78 consecutive games and will square off in their 12th game of the season against the Tigers at the Alex G. Spanos Center on Dec. 28. Following that contest, the Tigers open Big West play against a deep and talented conference. “The Big West Conference has really improved. Everyone has gotten better. Everyone has a lot coming back, and every team has talent coming in. Everyone is getting better. The level of play in the Big West is very good across the board. There’s a lot of parity and every night is a dogfight. The conference has a variety of styles. UC Davis runs a Princeton offense and is a zone for 40 minutes. Then you have Cal State Fullerton who doesn’t have anyone over six-feet tall and is pressing you for 40 minutes and playing a transition game. Every team is unique.” In the Tigers’ double-round robin with the Big West, all eight schools where visit the Spanos Center, where the Tigers hope their home crowd can provide a sizeable advantage. “ A couple years ago, we had one of the top home records in the country,” Roberts reflected. “We’re confident and shoot well at home. It’s fun to play in front of your friends and family. I think we have the best arena in the area, the best facility in our conference. The Spanos Center seats 6,000 people and gets loud with less than that. And our band is awesome. They do a fantastic job of raising the atmosphere. We have loyal fans, and it’s exciting for our kids to play at home. I love playing in the Spanos Center.” “Our facilities provide us with all the little things that we need as a program. Our team rooms, our locker room, training room, weight room, it’s all right there. We have one of the best, if not the best, facilities in the conference.” And while the Spanos Center helps provide the Tigers with atmosphere and momentum, it also provides the ultimate motivation. “Every time we have someone visit and walk into the Spanos Center, there’s a wow factor. You see all the banners hanging on the wall. There isn’t a time when I walk into the Spanos Center and I don’t look at the blank spot where our next championship banner is going to go. That motivates me. That’s the one thing that we talk about all the time… we have to get that banner. The kids know that in 10 or 15 years, we’re going to come back and point to that banner and say ‘we helped do that.’ There’s nothing more special than doing something for the first time for a program.” “Sometimes when you set goals, they become expectations. And those expectations can become heavy. With a young team, there isn’t an outcome goal for us. We’re trying to develop our core and stick to our vision for this program. We are committed to that vision.”

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Back Row (L-R): Taryn Garza, Christina Thompson, Andrea Swanson, Shantel Thomas, Danielle Peacon, Kendal Rodriguez, Claire McLeod Front Row (L-R) Gena Johnson, Arielle White, Jennifer Fath, Erica McKenzie, Sam Pettinger, Jordan Rogers

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Player Pos Arielle White G Jennifer Fath PG Kendall Rodriguez G/F Danielle Peacon F Claire McLeod G Sam Pettinger F Andrea Swanson F Taryn Garza F Erica McKenzie PG Jordan Rogers F Gena Johnson G Eliza Dy PG Christina Thompson F/C

Ht 5-6 5-6 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-6 5-9 5-9 5-5 6-0

Yr SR-1L SR-3L SO-1L FR-HS SR-2L FR-HS RS JR-2L FR-HS SO-1L SO-1L FR-HS SO-TR JR-1L

Hometown Los Angeles, Calif. Carrollton, Texas La Habra, Calif. Sparks, Nev. Melbourne, Australia Everett, Wash. Littleton, Colo. Modesto, Calif. Sparks, Nev. Sparks, Nev. Elk Grove, Calif. Chino Hills, Calif. Sacramento, Calif.

High School (Previous College) (College of the Canyons) (Hebron HS) (Brea Olinda HS) (Reed HS) (Latrobe University) (Archbishop Murphy HS) (Heritage HS) (Modesto Christian) (Reed HS) (Spanish Springs HS) (Franklin HS) (Mt. Sac Junior College) (Capital Christian HS)

Head Coach: Lynne Roberts (Seattle Pacific, 1997, 2000), Fifth Season Assistant Coach: Bradley Davis (California, 1995), Fifth Season Assistant Coach: Amy VanHollebeke (Pacific, 2008), First Season Assistant Coach: Davin Johnson (Grand Canyon), First Season Coordinator, Basketball Operations: Jenn Wassom (Portland, 2009), Second Season

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JEnnifer Fath senior • guard • 5-6 Carrollton, Texas • Hebron

2009-10 (Junior): As a junior, Fath closed out the season fourth in scoring for the Tigers averaging 6.9 points per game with 201 points scored in all 29 games played. Her 37.6 field goal percentage was good enough for third on the team as was her 63.9 free throw percentage. Jennifer’s best performance of the season came in her first game on the court, leading the young team with 20 points and six rebounds against Montana State on Nov. 15. Eight times during the season Fath tallied double-digits in the points category with her second-best performance coming against San Francisco on Dec. 10. In that contest, Fath tallied 15 points and eight rebounds. She also sank 15 points to go along with three rebounds in the following game against Santa Clara on Dec. 13.

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senior in 2006-07 after posting a 25-9 record her junior season. During her final season in high school, Fath averaged 15.0 points, 5.0 assists and 3.7 rebounds per game on her way to being named the Offensive Player of the Year for the Dallas/Fort Worth District. As a junior, Jennifer was named the district’s Most Valuable Player after netting 16.7 points per contest while tallying 3.0 assists and 3.5 rebounds per game. Off the court, Fath was a member of the National Honor Society and a member of the student council. Personal: Born in Carrollton, Texas, Jennifer Fath is the daughter of Susan and David Fath. She has two older siblings, Maryam and Amir. In her third year at Pacific, Jennifer is majoring in sports medicine.

2008-09 (Sophomore): Continuing to split time at the point for the Tigers as a sophomore, Jennifer saw action in 27 games while earning three starts in her second season. For the year, Fath finished the season with a 5.1 points per game average as she played 13.4 minutes per game. From the floor, Fath was the top shooting guard for the Tigers as she shot 39.0 percent from the field, hitting 48-of-123 shots. She posted five double-digit scoring efforts during the season with her best game coming against Cal State Bakersfield on March 5 when she scored 14 points on 6-for-10 shooting, including a 2-for-4 showing from distance. In addition to scoring, Fath finished second on the team with 49 assists while also grabbing 41 rebounds and 19 steals. 2007-08 (Freshman): Pacific’s back-up point guard in her first season of collegiate basketball, Fath played in all but one of the Tigers’ 30 games on the year while earning one start. A spark off the bench for the Tigers, Jennifer finished the season averaging 6.5 points per contest while tallying 41 assists on the year, fourth most on the squad. Exploding in conference play, Fath provided the Tigers with a record setting performance on January 24 against Cal Poly, tying a 30 year old Pacific freshman record for points with 31 (11-of-15 shooting) against the Mustangs in leading the Tigers to an 89-88 overtime victory. For the year, Fath was extremely efficient from the floor, hitting 47 percent (63-of-134) of her shots.

High School: Fath entered the collegiate ranks after spending four years at Hebron High School in Carrollton, Texas, where she also ran track and cross country in addition to playing basketball. As a Hawk, Fath led her basketball team from the point position to a 27-9 record as a

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points..................................................31 ........................ Cal Poly (Jan. 24, 2008) Rebounds............................................. 8 .............San Francisco (Dec. 10, 2009) .............Southern Utah (Nov. 17, 2009) Field Goals..........................................11 ........................ Cal Poly (Jan. 24, 2008) FG Attempts........................................16 ...... Sacramento State (Dec. 11, 2007) 3-Pt Field Goals.................................... 2 ............................................... Two Times 3-Pt FG Attempts...................................... 6 ........Cal State Northridge (Mar. 7, 2009) Free Throws.......................................... 8 ................................................Two times FT Attempts.........................................12 ................................................Two times Assists................................................... 5 . at Cal State Northridge (Jan. 2, 2010) ... at Long Beach State (Feb. 27, 2010) Steals.................................................... 5 ................ UC Riverside (Jan. 30, 2010) Blocks................................................... 2 ............... Saint Mary’s (Dec. 29, 2009) .............Southern Utah (Nov. 17, 2009)

Career RANKS Points.............. 45th......................... 528 Points.............. 45th......................... 528 Field Goals...... 48th......................... 185 FG Pct.............. 48th..........................407 3-Pointers....... 36th............................24 Free Throws.... 38th......................... 134 FT Pct..............32nd....................... .673 Asssists........... 30th......................... 134 Steals.............. 48th............................63

Career Stats

TOTAL 3-PTS FREE THROWS Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 2007-08 29 1 320 11.0 63 134 .470 6 15 .400 57 79 .722 2008-09 27 3 361 13.4 48 123 .390 11 38 .289 31 48 .646 2009-10 29 17 724 25.0 74 197 .376 7 48 .146 46 72 .639 TOTAL 85 21 681 18.9 185 454 .408 24 101 .238 134 127 .693

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REBOUNDS Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 7 27 34 1.2 28 0 41 59 5 9 189 6.5 6 35 41 1.5 24 1 49 49 2 19 138 5.1 24 66 90 3.1 57 0 44 71 4 35 201 6.9 37 128 165 1.9 109 1 134 179 11 63 528 6.2

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Senior • Guard • 6-0 Melbourne, Australia • latrobe univ. 2009-10 (Junior): Plagued by injury during the season, McLeod appeared in 12 contests last season including making two starts. On two occasions Claire sank a season-high seven points, doing so against Santa Clara on Dec. 13 and then against Cal State Northridge in Pacific’s Big West Conference opening-win on Jan. 2. Defensively, McLeod stood out with season-high marks in Pacific’s contest at Fresno State on Dec. 22. The nine rebounds and two steals recorded by Claire were the highest total of each category during the 2009-10 season. She went on to nab at least one rebound in all but one of the games Claire played. And from the stripe, McLeod sank 13-of-18, tallying a 72.2 free throw shooting percentage.

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championship as a member of the Nunawading Spectres in 2007 and averaged 11 points and 12.2 rebounds per game as a member of the Knox Raiders. Personal: Born in Santon, South Africa, Claire McLeod is the daughter of Cheryll and Frank McLeod. McLeod is majoring in sports medicine.

2008-09 (Sophomore): Throughout her first year at Pacific, Claire worked her way into a substantial reserve role off the bench for the Tigers, playing both in the front court and back court throughout the year. Seeing action in 26 of Pacific’s games, McLeod averaged 3.0 points and 3.5 rebounds in 14.8 minutes per game. Against Fresno State on Dec. 6, Claire nearly had her first career double-double as she posted a career-best 12 points while also grabbing seven rebounds. From the floor, Claire went 3-for-5 while also posting a season-best 6-for-7 showing at the line. Less than a month later, McLeod had another career night, this time on the boards as she grabbed 10 rebounds in Pacific’s conference opener against Cal State Northridge on Jan. 2. Previous School: McLeod transferred to Pacific from LaTrobe University in Melbourne, Australia. A member of the Victorian State National Team, McLeod led her team to a U16 national championship while finishing in second place at the U18 and U20 levels. In high school at Wesley College, McLeod captained the Lions to their first APS Premiership in over a decade as a senior after averaging 21.6 points and 12.8 rebounds per game. At the club level, McLeod won the Victorian Basketball League

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points..................................................12 ................. Fresno State (Dec. 6, 2008) Rebounds...........................................10 ............at CS Northridge (Jan. 2, 2010) Field Goals............................................ 3 ............at CS Northridge (Jan. 2, 2010) ................. Fresno State (Dec. 6, 2008) FG Attempts.......................................... 8 ..................... Arkansas (Nov. 29, 2008) 3-Pt Field Goals.................................... 1 ............at CS Northridge (Jan. 2, 2010) ..........Long Beach State (Jan. 8, 2009) 3-Pt FG Attempts.................................. 2 .............................................. Four times ........ Last Saint Mary’s (Dec. 29, 2009 Free Throws.......................................... 6 ................................................Two times FT Attempts........................................... 7 ................. Fresno State (Dec. 6, 2008) Assists................................................... 3 ............................................... Two Times Steals.................................................... 3 .................. Saint Mary’s (Jan. 4, 2009) Blocks................................................... 1 .............................................. Four times . Last UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 9, 2010)

Career Stats

TOTAL 3-PTS FREE THROWS REBOUNDS Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2008-09 26 0 386 14.8 21 71 .296 1 10 .100 34 46 .739 35 55 90 3.5 50 1 19 36 3 14 77 3.0 2009-10 12 2 196 16.3 7 27 .259 1 8 .125 13 18 .722 12 24 36 3.0 12 0 9 14 2 6 28 2.3 TOTAL 38 2 582 15.3 28 98 .286 2 18 .111 47 64 .734 47 79 126 3.3 62 1 28 50 5 20 105 2.8

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Arielle White

Senior • guard • 5-6 los angeles, Calif. • DORSEY / College of the canyons 2009-10 (Junior): In her first season at the Division I level, Arielle contributed in seven games played with the Tigers. On two occasions, White scored for Pacific. She sank her first three-pointer against Fresno State on Dec. 22, and then followed that up with a field goal at home vs. UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 9. In that game against Fresno State, White not only tallied a season-high points, but also a season-high rebounds with two. Against the Gauchos Arielle broke out defensively with two steals in that contest.

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Previous School: White joined the Tigers out of College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, Calif. In two seasons with the Cougars, Arielle led her team to back-to-back Western State Conference championships after posting an impressive 44-9 record in two years. As a sophomore, White earned all-league first team honors after posting 10.2 points and 2.8 assists per game. High School: A 2007 graduate of Dorsey High in Los Angeles, Calif., White excelled in the backcourt for the Dons while playing in the Coliseum League. As a senior, White posted averages of 13.8 points, 2.5 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game, while leading the Dons to a 21-7 overall record. As a junior, White and the Dons went 25-5 while White posted 15.5 points and 2.1 rebounds per game. For her efforts she racked up several accolades including All-Los Angeles City Section, all-league, MVP of her team as well as best defender and All-Wave Area First Team.

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points.................................................... 3 ...........at Fresno State (Dec. 22, 2009) Rebounds............................................. 2 ...........at Fresno State (Dec. 22, 2009) Field Goals............................................ 1 ..........UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 9, 2010) ...........at Fresno State (Dec. 22, 2009) FG Attempts.......................................... 4 ...........at Fresno State (Dec. 22, 2009) 3-Pt Field Goals.................................... 1 ...........at Fresno State (Dec. 22, 2009) 3-Pt FG Attempts.................................. 2 ...........at Fresno State (Dec. 22, 2009) Free Throws........................................... FT Attempts........................................... 1 .....at UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 4, 2010) Assists................................................... 2 ..........UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 9, 2010) ...........at Fresno State (Dec. 22, 2009) Steals.................................................... 2 ..........UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 9, 2010) Blocks.................................................... -

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TOTAL 3-PTS FREE THROWS REBOUNDS Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 7 0 40 5.7 2 12 .167 1 5 .200 0 1 .000 0 5 5 0.7 8 0 4 5 0 2 5 0.7 TOTAL 7 0 40 5.7 2 12 .167 1 5 .200 0 1 .000 0 5 5 0.7 8 0 4 5 0 2 5 0.7

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Andrea Swanson # RS Junior • Forward • 6-2 littleton, colorado • heritage

2009-10 (Redshirt Sophomore): Swanson saw time in 12 games, making four starts in her third season with the Tigers. In only her first game played of the 200910 season, Andrea tallied a season-high 12 points against Montana State on Nov. 15. Defensively she also set a season high with four rebounds against the Bobcats. Andrea recorded four rebounds a second time, this time in conference play against UC Irvine on Jan. 16. On two other occasions the redshirt sophomore sank six points, doing so against both Iona on Nov. 20 and also Monmouth on Nov. 22. Swanson closed out the season shooting 50.0 percent from three-point range and also from behind the free throw line.

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Swanson led her team to the 5A Colorado State Elite 8 in 2006 and the Sweet 16 in 2005. During her junior season, Andrea averaged 13.2 points and 9.1 rebounds, leading to her selection to the AllContinental League Second Team. As a senior, Andrea posted 15.5 points and 8.6 rebounds en route to first team all-league honors and all-state honors. Off the court, Andrea was named to the High Honor Roll and an Outstanding Senior for her school. Personal: Born in Coimbra, Portugal, Andrea Swason is the daughter of Laurie and Bruce Swanson. She has two older siblings, Dan and Christie. Swanson is a sport sciences major.

2008-09 (Redshirt Freshman): Playing her first full season after returning from a season-ending injury, Swanson saw action in 19 games for the Tigers while earning one start. Andrea averaged 1.6 points and 1.1 rebounds in 7.1 minutes per game as Pacific’s veteran depth in the front court limited Andrea’s time on the court. Throughout the year, Swanson provided solid performances during her time on the court with her best coming in her lone start of the season when she scored nine points and grabbed six rebounds against Long Beach State on January 8. During the contest, Swanson also added a pair of steals defensively for the Tigers. Academically, Andrea continued to impress in her second year at Pacific, earning Academic All-Big West honors in her first year of eligibility. 2007-08 (Freshman): After suffering an injury nine games into her first season, Andrea missed the rest of the 2007-08 season. Due to the injury, Swanson was granted a medical redshirt for the year. However, prior to the injury, Swanson was on her way to an excellent inaugural season, averaging 10.7 points and 3.8 rebounds in just under 24 minutes per game. In six of her nine games, Swanson went for double-figures, culminating in a career effort against San Jose State on November 20, when she scored 19 points. Additionally, Andrea posted one double-double in her shortened season, netting 16 points and grabbing a career-best 11 rebounds against Cal State Stanislaus in just her second collegiate contest.

High School: Andrea came to Pacific after four years at Heritage High School in Littleton, Colo., where she graduated in 2007. While an Eagle,

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points..................................................... 19 ............... San Jose State (Nov. 19, 2007) Rebounds.............................................. 11 ...... Cal State Stanislaus (Nov. 13, 2007) Field Goals............................................... 6 ...... Cal State Stanislaus (Nov. 13, 2007) FG Attempts........................................... 12 ........... Northern Colorado (Dec. 2, 2007) 3-Pt Field Goals....................................... 1 ................................................Three times ......... Last at Monmouth (Nov. 22, 2009) 3-Pt FG Attempts..................................... 2 ............... Montana State (Nov. 15, 2009) Free Throws............................................. 9 ............... San Jose State (Nov. 20, 2007) FT Attempts............................................ 13 ............... San Jose State (Nov. 20, 2007) Assists...................................................... 4 ...... Cal State Stanislaus (Nov. 13, 2007) Steals....................................................... 3 ............................ at Iona (Nov. 29, 2009) ...... Cal State Stanislaus (Nov. 13, 2007) Blocks...................................................... 2

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TOTAL 3-PTS FREE THROWS REBOUNDS Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 2007-08 9 6 213 23.7 31 62 .500 0 1 .000 34 52 .654 11 23 34 3.8 22 0 2008-09 19 1 134 7.1 10 20 .500 0 1 .000 10 16 .625 10 11 21 1.1 14 0 2009-10 12 4 119 9.9 9 23 .391 3 6 .500 4 8 .500 6 9 15 1.3 15 0 TOTAL 40 11 468 11.7 50 105 .476 3 8 .375 48 76 .632 27 43 70 1.8 51 0

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Junior • Forward/Center • 6-0 Sacramento, Calif. • capital christian 2009-10 (Sophomore): The 2009-10 Big West Conference Sixth Woman of the Year and All Big West Honorable Mention selection, Thompson stepped up all season long for Pacific, finishing the regular season as the team’s top scorer. The sophomore averaged 11.1 points and 4.3 rebounds per game in 19.3 minutes played off the bench. In Big West play, Christina only got better as she finished with 11.5 points per game and 6.5 rebounds. Her most impressive showing of the season took place in only the second conference game of the year, tallying a career and team-high 30 points against Cal State Fullerton back on Jan. 4. One game prior to that, she established a then-career high with 23 points and three blocks in Pacific’s 76-70 overtime victory on the road at Cal State Northridge. During that road trip Thompson shot .480 from the field and .615 from free throw line, while averaging 20.0 points and 5.0 rebounds per contest to snag her first career Big West Player of the Week honor. Thompson became the first Tiger to win the Sixth Woman of the Year award since Gillian d’Hondt in 200304 .

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records including: career field goals made (584), career field goal percentage (51%), free throws made (249), points scored (1,417), offensive rebounds (443), and defensive rebounds (697). Off the court, Thompson was a four-time member of both the Dean’s List and the Honor Roll at Capital Christian. Personal: Born in Stockton, Calif., Christina Thompson is the daughter of Connie Fields and Gary Thompson. She has five siblings, Carmell, Chrystal, Christopher and a set of fraternal twins, Corinthian and Charissa. Thompson is majoring in Psychology.

2008-09 (Freshman): In limited action in her first season at Pacific, Thompson played in nine games, averaging 5.8 minutes per contest. Playing behind a deep veteran front court, Thompson averaged 2.0 points and 1.4 rebounds in her time on the hardwood. Continuing to progress throughout the year, Christina’s best showing of the season came against the conference’s best team in the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos as the freshman forward scored a seasonhigh six points in just seven minutes of work on the road on January 24. Previously, Thompson had grabbed a season-best four rebounds against UC Riverside on January 10 when Pacific traveled to play the Highlanders in Riverside, Calif. High School: A 2008 graduate of Capital Christian in Sacramento, Calif., Thompson joined the Tigers’ front court after four outstanding seasons on the court for the Cougars. A three-time Golden Empire League MVP and All-California State team member, Thompson finished her four seasons with a career double-double average of 11.8 points and 10.9 rebounds per game while posting 401 career blocks. In four seasons, Thompson broke six school

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points..................................................30 ............... at CS Fullerton (Jan. 4, 2010) Rebounds............................................. 9 ................CS Northridge (Mar. 6, 2010) .......at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) Field Goals..........................................13 ............... at CS Fullerton (Jan. 4, 2010) FG Attempts........................................20 ............... at CS Fullerton (Jan. 4, 2010) 3-Pt Field Goals.................................... 0 3-Pt FG Attempts.................................. 0 Free Throws........................................11 ............at CS Northridge (Jan. 2, 2010) FT Attempts.........................................14 ............at CS Northridge (Jan. 2, 2010) Assists................................................... 1 .......at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) .............at Frsno State (Dec. 22, 2009) Steals.................................................... 2 ................ UC Riverside (Jan. 30, 2010) .............Southern Utah (Nov. 17, 2009) Blocks................................................... 4 .................... at Portland (Dec. 4, 2009)

Career RANKS Points...............71st......................... 321 Pts/Game....... 36th...........................8.9 FG Pct.............. 23rd........................ .466 Free Throws.... 63rd............................73 FT Attempts..... 65th..........................116 Rebounds....... 80th......................... 126 Reb./Game..... 53rd...........................3.5 Asssists........... 30th......................... 134 Def. Reb.......... 57th............................82 Off. Reb........... 50th............................44

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TOTAL 3-PTS FREE THROWS REBOUNDS Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 2008-09 9 0 52 5.8 7 24 .292 0 0 .000 4 8 .500 6 7 13 1.4 5 0 2009-10 27 2 518 19.2 117 242 .483 0 0 .000 69 108 .639 38 75 113 4.2 46 0 TOTAL 36 2 570 15.8 124 266 .466 0 0 .000 73 116 .629 44 82 126 3.5 51 0

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Eliza Dy

Junior • Guard • 5-5 Chino Hills, Calif. • Mt. Sac jc 2009-10 (Sophomore) An Honorable Mention All-Big West Conference selction, Dy served as a force behind the threepoint line this season and her 93 assists along with 50 steals in 200910 were tops among Pacific players. Dy finished third in scoring this season, averaging 8.3 points per game and 8.8 points per game in conference match-ups. Also in conference play, Eliza tallied 54 assists to lead the team, along with 19 steals. Dy’s single-game career performance came back on Feb. 11, when Pacific upset top-ranked UC Davis as she too dropped six three-pointers to land third in Pacific single-game history. Dy went on to record a career-high 26 points to lead the Tigers in that contest. Her second-best showing came during the final game of the regulation season against Cal State Northridge on March 6. In the double overtime victory over the Matadors, Eliza tallied a team-high 18 points and recorded the first double-double of her career with a personal-best 11 assists to lead either team in that conference.

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distance. For her play, Dy earned All-Miramonte League honors all four years at Diamond Ranch HS and All-CIF honors in each of her final two years, as the team went on to win a CIF championship. Personal: Born in West Covina, Calif., Eliza Dy is the daughter of Jimmy and Wilma Dy. She has five siblings, Vanessa, Jevel, Emilee, Elaine Saunder and, Erin Kempthorne. Dy is majoring in sport pedagogy.

Previous School: Dy spent one season at Mt. Sac Junior College in Los Angeles, Calif., where she helped lead her team to a 32-4 record in 2008-09, when the Mounties became the No. 1 seed in the California Community College State Basketball Championships. As a freshman, Dy was named the Mounties’ Most Valuable Player and earned First Team All-South Coast Conference honors after averaging 9.0 points, 3.8 assists, 3.1 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game. Additionally, she capped off her junior college career being named All-State Third Team and Scholar-Baller. Academically, Dy was named to the Dean’s List and pursued Associate Degrees in kinesiology, wellness and social behavior and sciences. High School: Prior to Mt. Sac Junior College, Dy graduated from Diamond Ranch High School in Pomona, Calif. As a senior, Dy averaged 13.6 points, 4.9 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 4.0 steals per game. Additionally, Dy was one of the best sharpshooters in high school basketball hitting 66 percent of her shots from

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points..................................................26 ...................... UC Davis (Feb. 11, 2010) Rebounds............................................. 6 ...................... UC Davis (Feb. 11, 2010) ..............at Monmouth (Nov. 22, 2009) Field Goals............................................ 9 ...................... UC Davis (Feb. 11, 2010) FG Attempts........................................15 ......... at Sacramento St. (Feb. 4, 2010) 3-Pt Field Goals.................................... 6 ...................... UC Davis (Feb. 11, 2010) 3-Pt FG Attempts.................................. 8 ......................at Cal Poly (Feb. 6, 2010) Free Throws.......................................... 7 ................CS Northridge (Mar. 6, 2010) FT Attempts.........................................10 ................CS Northridge (Mar. 6, 2010) Assists.................................................11 ................CS Northridge (Mar. 6, 2010) Steals.................................................... 6 ......... at Sacramento St. (Feb. 4, 2010) Blocks................................................... 1 ................at UC Riverside (Feb. 25, 10) ...................... UC Irvine (Jan. 27, 2010)

Career RANKS Points...............81st..........................237 Points.............. 45th...........................8.2 FG Pct.............. 23rd........................ .466 3-Pointers....... 30th............................30 3 Pt Att............ 35th............................89 3 Pt Pct............ 9th...........................337 Asssists........... 46th............................97 Assts/Game.... 11th...........................3.3 Steals.............. 58th............................50 Steals/Game... 8th............................1.7

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3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA Pct

Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2009-10 29 17 811 28.0 86 264 .326 30 89 .337 35 48 .729 15 52 67 2.3 81 2 97 100 2 50 237 8.2

TOTAL 29 17 811 28.0 86 264 .326 30 89 .337 35 48 .729 15 52 67 2.3 81 2 97 100 2 50 237 8.2

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• The Pacific Tigers •

Erica McKenzie # Sophomore • Guard • 5-6 sparks, nevada • reed

2009-10 (Freshman): A Big West All-Freshman Team member, McKenzie made a strong case for Big West Freshman of the Year. She established herself as the team’s second-leading scorer both in overall and in conference play for Pacific. The freshman finished the regulation season averaging 8.9 points and per game with 70 total assists, and was a force from behind the three-point arc sinking almost half of Pacific’s treys this year with 52 three-point shots. In Pacific’s record books, that puts McKenzie just out of reach of the top 10 career three-point shooters, as she will look to break into the books her sophomore season with Pacific. Against Big West opponents, McKenzie averaged 9.8 points per game along with 40 assists and 34 treys. During three games this season Erica recorded six three-pointers to tie for the third-best single game three-point shooting performance in Pacific history. She did so against UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 9), at Sacramento State for a careerhigh 28 points (Feb. 13) and closed out the regulation season with six against Cal State Northridge on March 6.

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ers, Erica led her team to a 23-4 overall record as a sophomore and a perfect 12-0 mark in league play. As a junior, McKenzie and the Raiders continued their dominance of the High Desert League, posting a perfect 13-0 record in league play while again tallying 23 wins overall. Personal: Born in Sparks, Nev., Erica McKenzie is the daughter of Jeff and Brenda McKenzie. She has two siblings, Alex and Dylan. In her first year at Pacific, Erica is a sports pedagogy major.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Reed High School in Sparks, Nev., McKenzie secured herself as one of the High Desert League’s top guards during her high school career after earning all-league honors in each of her three varsity seasons. Her career culminated as a senior, when Erica finished with her fourth-consecutive trip to the state championship tournament, as the Raiders closed out the 2009 season as the Northern Nevada 4A Runner Up. Along the way to the post season, McKenzie led the the team on the floor with 18 points, five rebounds and seven assists per game. Her play netted her High Desert League Player of the Year honors as well as earning her the third first team all-league award of her career. In addition, McKenzie garnered first team all-region honors for the third consecutive season while also earning co-player of the year honors for the Northern 4A Region for the first time. In previous seasons, McKenzie improved her standing in the league as both a sophomore and junior as she earned first team honors both of those years, since being named a second team All-High Desert League player as a freshman. In addition to league recognition, McKenzie earned First Team All-Northern Nevada 4A Region honors as both a sophomore and junior. The floor general for the Raid-

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points..................................................28 .......at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) Rebounds............................................. 6 .................. at UC Davis (Jan. 23, 2010) ............. CS Bakersfield (Jan. 20, 2010) Field Goals..........................................10 .......at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) FG Attempts........................................20 .......at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) 3-Pt Field Goals.................................... 7 .......at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) ..........UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 9, 2010) 3-Pt FG Attempts................................15 .......at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) Free Throws.......................................... 6 ............Long Beach St. (Feb. 20, 2010) FT Attempts........................................... 7 ............Long Beach St. (Feb. 20, 2010) Assists................................................... 8 .......at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) Steals.................................................... 4 ............................................ Three times ....... Last: UC Riverside (Jan. 30, 2010) Blocks................................................... 1 .. at UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 10, 2010) ............at CS Northridge (Jan. 2, 2010)

Career RANKS Points.............. 80th......................... 262 Points.............. 33rd...........................9.0 3-Pointers....... 17th............................55 3 Pt Att............ 16th......................... 183 3 Pt Pct........... 24th........................ .301 Asssists........... 60th............................72 Assts/Game.... 19th...........................2.5 Steals.............. 68th............................42 Steals/Game.. 15th...........................1.4

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FT FTA Pct

Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2009-10 29 23 739 25.5 91 265 .343 55 183 .301 25 42 .595 17 56 73 2.5 61 0 72 96 3 42 262 9.0 TOTAL 29 23 739 25.5 91 265 .343 55 183 .301 25 42 .595 17 56 73 2.5 61 0 72 96 3 42 262 9.0

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• The Pacific Tigers •

Kendall Rodriguez Sophomore • Guard/Forward • 6-0 la habra, calif. • brea olinda

2009-10 (Freshman): In her first year of Division I competition Kendall saw time in all 29 of Pacific’s contests and rose to the challenge so well, she earned a starting role in 17 games. Rodriguez finished her freshman campaign averaging 6.4 points per game for a total of 186 points scored in an average of just over 20 minutes played per game. Kendall’s breakout performance, which also happened to be her best of the season, came on the road against Monmouth on Nov. 22. In that contest, Rodriguez carried the Tigers the entire second half of the game as she finished with a career-high 21 points and eight rebounds on the afternoon. On five other occasions Kendall scored in the double-digits. Her second-best performance came against Santa Clara on Dec. 13 when she dropped 15 points and seven rebounds in the loss. In addition to her shooting, Kendall averaged 4.1 boards per game which put her at fourth overall on the Tiger roster. Rodriguez’s singlebest defensive night took place on Feb. 13 at Sacramento State, when the freshman amassed 11 rebounds and four steals against the Hornets.

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awards, she was named MVP of the league in 2009 as well as CIF Player of the Year and First Team All-State as a senior. In addition to her play on the court, Rodriguez was a three-time Scholar Athlete award recipient for her work in the classroom. Personal: Born in La Habra, Calif., Kendall Rodriguez is the daughter of Mark and Jaime Rodriguez. She has two siblings, Caitlin and Kylie. Rodriguez is a business administration major.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Brea Olinda High School in La Habra, Calif., Rodriguez joins the Tigers in 2009-10 with a high school pedigree nearly unmatched in the state of California. She earned four varsity letters with the Wildcats, including serving two seasons as the team’s captain. In the lead, Rodriguez pushed the Wildcats to back-to-back Century League championships in her last two seasons. As a sophomore, Rodriguez and the Wildcats finished the season with an impressive 33-2 overall record en route to a CIF Southern Section Regional Championship and the Division II state championship game. As a junior the Wildcats posted a 25-4 overall record as Rodriguez posted seven points, eight rebounds, five assists and two steals per game. Rodriguez’s high school career was capped off in winning fashion, as she and her school finished as the Century League champions, where they went on to become the CIF champions and closed out 2009 as Division II California State champs. Brea Olinda HS defeated Carondelet in the championship game, 68-45, to earn the school its ninth state title and finish the season with 29-straight victories. Kendall closed out a successfullydecorated career with three First Team All-Century League

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points..................................................... 21 ................. at Monmouth (Nov. 22, 2009) Rebounds.............................................. 11 .......... at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) Field Goals............................................... 8 ................. at Monmouth (Nov. 22, 2009) FG Attempts........................................... 15 ........................at Portland (Dec. 4, 2009) 3-Pt Field Goals....................................... 3 ................................................Three times ............. Last at UC Davis (Jan. 23, 2010) 3-Pt FG Attempts..................................... 7 .................... Santa Clara (Dec. 13, 2009) Free Throws............................................. 4 ...............at UC Riverside (Feb. 25, 2010) .................... Santa Clara (Dec. 13, 2009) FT Attempts.............................................. 7 .................... Santa Clara (Dec. 13, 2009) Assists...................................................... 5 ..................... Saint Mary’s (Dec. 9, 2009) Steals....................................................... 4 .......... at Sacramento St. (Feb. 13, 2010) .............................. Cal Poly (Jan. 7, 2010) Blocks...................................................... 2 ................................................Three times ................. Last UC Davis (Feb. 11, 2010)

Career RANKS Points.............. 90th......................... 186 Points.............. 59th...........................6.4 3-Pointers....... 30th............................30 3 Pt Att............ 30th......................... 102 3 Pt Pct........... 26th........................ .294 Blocks............. 43rd............................13 Blocks/Game.. 22nd..........................0.4

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3-PTS

FREE THROWS

REBOUNDS

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3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA Pct

Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2009-10 29 17 585 20.2 66 207 .319 30 102 .294 24 41 .585 33 86 119 4.1 51 2 33 81 13 25 186 6.4 TOTAL 29 17 585 20.2 66 207 .319 30 102 .294 24 41 .585 33 86 119 4.1 51 2 33 81 13 25 186 6.4

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• The Pacific Tigers •

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Sophomore • Forward • 5-9 sparks, nevada • spanish springs 2009-10 (Freshman): Jordan turned it on down the stretch of the regulation 200910 season, netting a season-high 19 points on Feb. 27 at Long Beach State. That win on the road eventually became the difference-maker in sending the Tigers to the post-season conference tournament, and Rogers’ team record-tying six three-pointers sealed the deal in that contest. Rogers was on fire that night, sinking 6-for7 treys for an .857 shooting percentage. Jordan scored in double-digits on five occasions during her freshman campaign, with 16 at Cal Poly on Feb. 6, 15 points in the final season win against Cal State Northridge on Mar. 6, and finally, Rogers tallied the first double-double of her career against Long Beach State in the Spanos Center on Feb. 20. In that contest, Rogers grabbed an impressive team record 15 rebounds to compliment 10 points against the 49ers.

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herself as one of the state’s top female players after earning Second Team All-State honors in 2008. Personal: Born in Sparks, Nev., Jordan Rogers is the daughter of Natalie Tremayne. She has five siblings, Tyssen, Taylor, Kalie, Katie and Emory. Rogers is majoring in sports pedagogy.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Spanish Springs HS in Sparks, Nev., Rogers was named the Pre-Season Nevada State Player of the Year and was also a McDonalds All-American nominee. However, Rogers was sidelined during her senior year due to a knee injury. As a junior, she posted an impressive 17.1 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 3.0 steals per game on her way to be named the Player of the Year in both the High Desert League and the Northern Nevada 4A Region. In her first season at Spanish Springs, Jordan set the school record for scoring with 519 points on 187-for-422 shooting (44.3 percent shooting from the floor). Additionally, she set new marks for three-point shooting with 44 made, assists with 110 and defensively for blocks with 53 on the year. Rogers also set the school’s single-game scoring record posting 31 points at the Lucini-Parish 2007 Holiday Invitational. Rogers began her career at Reed High School as a sophomore before transferring to Spanish Springs before her junior year. As a Cougar, Jordan established 2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

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• The Pacific Tigers • Career Highs Points..................................................... 19 ........... at Long Beach St. (Feb. 27, 2010) Rebounds.............................................. 15 ............... Long Beach St. (Feb. 20, 2010) Field Goals............................................... 6 ........... at Long Beach St. (Feb. 27, 2010) FG Attempts........................................... 17 ...................CS Northridge (Mar. 6, 2010) 3-Pt Field Goals....................................... 6 ........... at Long Beach St. (Feb. 27, 2010) 3-Pt FG Attempts..................................... 9 ...................CS Northridge (Mar. 6, 2010) Free Throws............................................. 4 ...............at UC Riverside (Feb. 25, 2010) FT Attempts.............................................. 6 ................................................Three times .Last at UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 10, 2010) Assists...................................................... 3 ...................CS Northridge (Mar. 6, 2010) Steals....................................................... 4 ................ UC Santa Barbara (Jan. 9, 2010) Blocks...................................................... 2 ...................................................Five times ...........Last CS Northridge (Mar. 6, 2010)

Career RANKS 3-Pointers....... 30th............................30 3 Pt Att............ 34th............................99 3 Pt Pct........... 23rd........................ .303 Reb./Game..... 54th...........................3.5 Blocks............. 46th............................16 Blocks/Game.. 18th...........................0.6

Career Stats

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TOTAL

3-PTS

FREE THROWS

REBOUNDS

FG FGA Pct

3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA Pct

Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

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529 18.2 45 147 .306 30 99 .303 29 48 .604 24 77 101 3.5

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529 18.2 45 147 .306 30 99 .303 29 48 .604 24 77 101 3.5

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• The Pacific Tigers •

taryn garza

freshman • Forward • 6-0 Modesto, calif. • modesto christian High School: Garza, a 6-0 forward, finished her senior year at Modesto Christian High School as the Crusaders’ leading rebounder with 8.7 boards per game. She averaged 13.8 points per game, while also tallying 2.3 blocks per game along with 3.3 steals per game. In conference action Modesto Christian High School finished with a perfect 10-0 record and went on to compile a final 28-5 overall record. For the second-straight season, Garza and the Crusaders were named Sac-Joaquin Section champions and moved into the Division IV California State tournament. Capping off an impressive season, the Crusaders were eliminated in the quarterfinal round of the state championship tournament.

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“We have been watching Taryn since she was a freshman at Modesto Christian and we’re fired up she has chosen Pacific. She will be one of the most athletic players ever to have played here. She can run and jump with tremendous explosiveness. She has the potential to dominate on the boards and to be a lock down defender.” - Head Coach Lynne Roberts

As a junior, the Crusaders compiled a 27-8 overall record and went undefeated in the Trans Valley League with a perfect 13-0 record. Garza led the team with 8.2 rebounds per game, while adding 11.9 points per game, second on the team in 2008-09. She also recorded 3.6 steals per game. Garza led her teammates to the Division IV State Championships where the Crusaders finished as runners-up by only three points. Garza found her name on the 2008-09 First Team All-Trans Valley League list and was given the Sportsmanship Award after the State Championship game. Her awards continued to roll in as Garza capped off her senior season as a 2009 First Team All-District Modesto Bee recipient. As a sophomore, Garza led the team in rebounds per game at 7.0, to go with 11.1 points per game, helping Modesto Christian to a 28-5 record and 12-1 season in league play. During her freshman year with the Crusaders, Garza led the squad in rebounds per game when she averaged 4.6 along with 7.3 points per game. That season the Crusaders compiled a 27-6 overall record and a perfect 13-0 mark in the Trans Valley League. In addition to her play on the court, Garza also lettered in track & field as a State qualifier in the 400-meter. She won the Sac-Joaquin Section Championship in the 400 Meter her first three years. Personal: Daughter of Stephanie and Jorge Garza, Garza was born on Nov. 19. She has two brothers (Jeff and Jake) and a younger sister Addie. Her aunt Michelle (women’s basketball) and uncle Kalaini (baseball) were scholarship athletes at Loyola Marymount. Garza is a graphic design major.

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• The Pacific Tigers •

gena johnson freshman • Guard • 5-9 elk grove, calif. • franklin

High School: Johnson paced the Franklin High School Wildcats with an average of 16.7 points, 7.1 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.7 blocks per game - all totals that led the team her senior season. Johnson was named to the All-Delta Valley League team , helping Franklin to the semifinals of the Sac-Joaquin Section Tournament (which was held at the Alex G. Spanos Center on Pacific’s campus). In the semis, Johnson tallied 18 points to close out her high school career. She was recognized by the local media as First-Team AllMetro by the Sacramento Bee.

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“Gena is an outstanding athlete and will be a tremendous fit in our system. She can attack the basket, really elevate and finish in traffic. She has the potential to be a tremendous defensive player with her length and athleticism. We really anticipate Gena being an impact player in the Big West Conference.” - Head Coach Lynne Roberts

As a junior in 2008-09, Johnson led the Wildcats to a 21-8 overall record and a 9-1 Delta Valley League finish. She led the team in points per game (16.9) as the Delta Valley League’s leading scorer. She also chipped in 3.4 steals per game and 2.1 blocks per game, leading the team in both categories, to go with a 5.2 rebounding average. Johnson ranked as California’s No. 21 guard prospect after being named the Delta Valley League’s MVP and First Team All-League. She also was named to the 2009 First Team Sacramento Bee All-City team, and was tabbed as Sacramento’s top athlete on the River Cats’ All-City team as a junior. Prior to transferring to Franklin, Johnson spent two seasons at Laguna Creek High School in Elk Grove, Calif., where she closed out the 2007-08 season with team-leading figures in points per game (15.9), rebounds per game (3.9) and blocks per game (2.2). She was named Honorable Mention All-Delta Valley as a sophomore and earned Sacramento All-City Honorable Mention accolades. As a freshman Johnson led her team with 1.4 blocks per game. She also turned in 199 points to average 7.1 per game. Personal: Daughter of Veletta and Eugene Johnson, Gena was born on Nov. 4. Johnson is a sport sciences major and wants to continue playing basketball overseas once her collegiate career is done.

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• The Pacific Tigers •

danielle peacon freshman • Forward • 6-3 sparks, nevada • reed

High School: Peacon led Reed High School to the Nevada State 4A championships where the Raiders finished as State Runner Up her senior year. She paced the squad with a double-double that included 25 points and 11 rebounds in the championship game. For her efforts, she was named 2010 Co-Player of the Year in the High Desert League. After the Nevada State championship game, Peacon was named 2010 Northern Nevada Co-Player of the Year and the 2010 4A All-North Player of the Year. She closed out her senior season averaging a doubledouble with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Peacon becomes the second Northern Nevada Player of the Year to join the Tigers, as teammate Jordan Rogers won the award in 2008.

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“Danielle choosing to be a Pacific Tigers is a huge statement for our program. She was one of a handful of highly-recruited post players in the West. Danielle has great size, is extremely skilled and is very mobile. At 6-3, she can run the floor, shoot the three and play two or three different positions on the floor. Without question, Danielle will make an immediate impact on our program.” - Head Coach Lynne Roberts

As a junior, the Raiders made their fourth-consecutive trip to the state championship tournament, finishing as the 200809 Northern Nevada 4A Runner Up. Peacon earned First Team All-State honors and was ranked as the number two prospect in the state of Nevada by ESPN after her junior season. During her sophomore campaign Peacon led the squad with 14.5 points per game. Reed went on to finish the 2007-08 season with a 23-8-1 overall record and a perfect 13-0 mark in the High Desert League. For her efforts, Peacon was named as a 4A All-Region player and was rated as ESPN’s No. 16 post prospect in the nation. Prior to Reed, Peacon attended Carson High School in Carson City as a freshman. As a freshman with the Senators in 200607, Carson finished 23-6 overall and 9-1 in the Sierra League, with Peacon being named First Team All-League. Personal: Daughter of Michelle and Robert Peacon, Danielle was born on Nov. 29. Played at Sparks with current Tiger teammate Erica McKenzie. Peacon is a sociology major.

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• The Pacific Tigers •

sam pettinger

freshman • Guard • 5-10 everett, wash. • archbishop murphy High School: Pettinger led the Archbishop Murphy Wildcats with over 11 points per game as well as six assists per game. She finishes as the Wildcats’ career leader assists and steals. On the season the Wildcats went undefeated in the 1A/2A Cascade League, and placed fifth in the Washington State championship tournament. Pettinger was named the District MVP, landing on the All-State Tournament Team and also earned the Sportsmanship Award in the Washington State championship tournament.

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“Sam is an multi-sport athlete that will bring speed, competitiveness and versatility to our program. She can play the 1, 2, or 3 with a great ability to run the floor, shoot the three and create shots for others. She plays extremely hard and is very competitive. Beyond basketball, Sam is a tremendous student and just an all-around great person. The Pacific community is going to really enjoy Sam and what she will bring to our university and our basketball program.” - Head Coach Lynne Roberts

During her junior season, she was named to the 2009 End of Trail All-Tournament Team and helped Archbishop Murphy to a 26-1 season, the Cascade Conference championship and the 2A District championship. Pettinger led the squad with an 11.3 points per game, earning All-League honors. As a sophomore, Pettinger and the Wildcats finished 18-5 on the year as she earned her second-consecutive Second Team All-Cascade Conference honors. She averaging 8.1 points per game in 2007-08, while earning End of Trail All-Tournament Team honors. As a freshman, she averaged 9.0 points per game to help the Wildcats compile a 15-8 record in the 2006-07 season. A dual-sport athlete, Pettinger also lettered in soccer as a starter all four seasons. As a senior on the pitch, Pettinger and the Wildcats finished a perfect 23-0 season as the 2A Washington State Champions. Sam netted 23 goals, with 16 assists as the team’s top scorer. She earned All-Conference First Team, All-District First Team All Divisions and All-State First Team honors. During the 2009 season, Pettinger was named the Seattle Times State Athlete of the Week on Nov. 21, 2009. In 2008, the Wildcats’ soccer squad finished 19-3 en route to a league and district championship title, finishing third in the state. Pettinger claimed Second Team All-Cascade Conference accolades for the second time as both a junior and sophomore and was honorable mention on the as a freshman in 2006, after the Wildcats finished 20-3 on the year as the 2A Washington State champions. Personal: Daughter of Hope and Brad Pettinger, she was born on April 5. Pettinger has one older brother, Nick. Her cousin Matt plays professional hockey, with nine seasons in the NHL on Vancouver, Tampa Bay and Washington. Majoring in sports medicine.

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• The Coaches • Head Coach

Lynne Roberts

FIFth Season • Seattle Pacific, 1997 Entering her fift season at the helm of the women’s basketball program, head coach Lynne Roberts is looking to push her Tigers to the top of the Big West and earn Pacific’s first ever conference championship. In her first four seasons on the job, Roberts turned the Tigers into conference contenders, finishing the in fourth place in the Big West and earning Pacific automatic byes into the quarterfinals of the conference’s championship tournament in two of the last three years. Building upon the Tigers’ successes in her second season, Roberts led the Tigers to a 14-16 overall mark and an 8-8 conference record in 2008-09. Additionally, Roberts helped guide her squad to the best home record in program history, when the Tigers went 12-2 in the Spanos Center. In one of the biggest wins in program history, Roberts and the Tigers defeated then-undefeated UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 29, 59-50. In handing the Gauchos their first and only conference loss of the season, the Tigers snapped a 13-game winless streak against UCSB and marked the first win against the Gauchos at the Spanos Center since the 2003 season. Pacific again finished the season one of the top scoring teams in the conference, finishing second to Cal Poly with a 64.0 point per game average. Additionally, the Tigers finished No. 1 in rebounding, averaging 40.3 rebounds per game. Individually, the Tigers proved to be at their best as again, three Tigers earned all-conference honors with Amber Simmons earning first team honors while Janae Young garnered second team recognition and Gretchen Tiernan was awarded the distinction of honorable mention. Five times throughout the season, Pacific earned conference player of the week honors. Last season, a young Tigers team featured three underclassmen which won All-Big West honors: sophomore guard Eliza Dy and sophomore center Christina Thompson each were named All-Big West honorable mention, while guard earned a spot on the All-Freshman team. Thompson was named the Big West’s Sixth Woman of the Year, becoming the third Pacific Tiger to win the Big West Sixth Woman of the Year Award, joining Nancy Dinges (2001-02) and Gillian d’Hondt (2003-04). The Tigers enter 2010-11 with a talented class of newcomers joining a young nucleus which earned valuable experience during the 2009-10 season despite a 6-23 overall record. In her second season of leadership, Roberts put the Tigers in the top half of the conference and earned the team’s first ever tournament bye by posting a 9-7 conference record. Overall, Roberts improved the Tigers to 14-16 on the year, marking the first time since the 2003-04 season Pacific posted double digit victories. At the lead, Roberts guided the Tigers to the No. 1 scoring offense in the Big West, posting 69.4 points per game, including posting a 96 point outburst on November 13 against Cal State Stanislaus, the most points scored in a single game by the Tigers since the 1993-94 season. After taking over the helm of the Tigers on April 4, 2006, Roberts posted an 8-22 record overall and a 2-12 record in Big West Conference play. Despite the losing record, Roberts showed that the Tigers were on the rise as she coached three players to individual post-season honors as Karen Dawkins and Jerise Freeman earned all-conference honorable mention hon-

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ors while Jake Kelly garnered all-freshman recognition. The three all-conference selections marked the first time since the 2003-04 season that the Tigers had multiple All-Big West honorees. In addition to individual honors, the Tigers’ new up-tempo style of play led to a conference best 6.43 three-pointers per game while finishing second in the conference with 9.4 steals per contest. On top of statistics, the Tigers broke through earlier struggles picking up impressive road wins against St. Mary’s and Southern Utah while defeating local rival Sacramento State and old Big West foe Utah State at home. Before coming to Pacific, Roberts spent four seasons at Chico State, building the Wildcats into a national power at the NCAA Division II level. During her final season, the Wildcats were 28-4 in 2005-06, advancing to the NCAA Final Four. She compiled a record of 86-31 in her four years at Chico State, leading the team to a school record for wins in each of her last two seasons. She earned California Collegiate Athletic Association Coach of the Year honors in both 2004-05 and 2005-06, leading the Wildcats to first place finishes. In 2004-05 Roberts led the club to a 24-6 record and the first CCAA title in school history. Additionally, the Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament West Region title game. For her work, Roberts was named the WBCA West Region Coach of the Year.

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• The Coaches • Lynne began her coaching career as part of a very successful Seattle Pacific University program, where she spent a total of nine seasons. After an outstanding playing career at Seattle Pacific, she became an assistant coach for the Falcons in 1997-98. She helped lead the team to a Pacific West Conference title, an NCAA Tournament West Regional Championship, and a trip to the Elite Eight. During her five years as an assistant coach at Seattle Pacific, the Falcons compiled an impressive 113-31 record and made five straight NCAA Division II Tournament appearances. During Roberts’ playing career at Seattle Pacific, she received numerous honors. As a co-captain her senior year, she was named to the NCAA West Regional All-Tournament team and was selected second team all-conference her junior year. She holds six school records for three-point field goals, including most threes made in a season (82) and career (196), which are also Pacific West Conference records. Roberts graduated in the spring of 1997 with a degree in history from Seattle Pacific and added a master’s degree in athletic administration in the spring of 2000. A native of Northern California, she attended Enterprise High School in Redding, where she earned 12 varsity letters and was named the 1993 Northern Section Player of the Year. Lynne Roberts Head Coaching Record Year Overall Conf Notes 2009-10 6-22 2-14 2008-09 14-16 8-8 2007-08 14-16 9-7 2006-07 8-22 2-12 2005-06 28-4 18-2 NCAA Final Four CCAA Coach of the Year 2004-05 24-6 14-4 NCAA Regional Final CCAA & WBCA West Reg. Coach of the Year 2003-04 17-11 13-9 NCAA First Round 2002-03 17-10 15-7 NCAA First Round Pacific 42-76 21-41 Chico St 86-31 60-22 4 NCAA, 1 Final Four Career

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“Coach Rob, is one of the most intense people I know when it comes to her love of the game! The one quote that I think of when it comes to her personality and passion for hoops is: ‘GOOD, BETTER, BEST.. NEVER let it rest… until your GOOD is better .. until your BETTER IS YOUR BEST.’” -- Whitney Price (Guard/Forward, 2006-2009) “She has such dedication to her players from all facets: If it wasn’t for that dedication, I would not have had the opportunity to attend Pacific and have the opportunities that I have today. I am extremely grateful for that.” -- Amber Simmons (Forward, 2008-2009) 2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

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• The Coaches • ASSISTANT COACH

BRADLEY DAVIS FIFth Season • California, 1995

Bradley Davis is entering his ffifh season as an assistant coach for the Tigers. Involved with all aspects of the program, Davis’ biggest responsibilities come as the recruiting coordinator for the Tigers. With his efforts, the Tigers brought in seven new players for the upcoming season. In addition, Bradley coaches the Tigers’posts on the practice floor. Outside of the basketball arena, Davis runs the Tigers’academic support program for its student-athletes. Acting as a second advisor to the players, he ensures that they are primed for success in the classroom as well as on the court. Prior to coming to Pacific, Davis was the varsity girls’head coach at Chico High School in 2005-06, where he coached the Panthers to a Northern Section CIF Division I Championship. From 2003-05, Davis was the head coach at Durham High School, where he went 52-10 over two seasons. Overall, as a head coach, Davis posted a 78-13 (.857) record. In addition to his coaching, Davis spent eight years as an English teacher at Chico High School. He earned his bachelor’s degree in English from California in 1995 and his teaching credential from Chico State in 1998. Originally from Southern California, Davis spent most of his youth overseas with his family, living in Zaire, South Africa, Bahrain and Geneva, Switzerland, where he graduated from high school. Davis now resides in Stockton, Calif., with his wife, Corrie Nichols Davis. Basketball runs deep throughout the family as the couple met on the sidelines while coaching together. They have been married for seven years and have two daughters, Genevieve and Esme.

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• The Coaches • ASSISTANT COACH

Amy Van Hollebeke first Season • Pacific, 2009

Amy Van Hollebeke returns to the Tigers as an assistant coach for the 2010-11 season. A Tiger for two seasons, VanHollebeke was team captain in 2007-08 and 2008-09. She played point guard, running the offense for the team as an extension of the coaching staff. One of the top point guards in the Big West during her two seasons at Pacific, Amy finished her career with one All-Big West selection, earning the honor as a junior as she earned honorable mention honors. In her first year at Pacific, VanHollebeke led a Tiger attack that ranked No. 1 in the Big West, scoring 69.2 points per game. With VanHollebeke at the point, the Tigers ranked No. 3 in shooting percentage at .409 and No. 4 in assists 13.86 per game with Amy dishing out 3.41 assists per game. As a senior, VanHollebeke and the Tigers’ finished the year second in the conference in scoring at 64.0 points

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per game while she posted 3.80 assists per game, a mark good enough for third in the Big West. In just two seasons, Van Hollebeke ranks 42nd on Pacific’s all-time scoring list (540), with 9.0 points per game. She also ranks fourth on Pacific’s free throw percentage leaderboard at .758 and sits 14th in three-pointers made (60). Prior to Pacific, Van Hollebeke played two seasons at Chico State, where she led the Wildcats to two straight Division II NCAA tournament appearances, including a Final Four appearance and a school record 14 consecutive wins as the Wildcats’ starting point guard her sophomore year in 2006. During that season, Van Hollebeke averaged 9.8 points per game while dishing out 3.4 assists per contest. Van Hollebeke graduated in 2009 with a degree in sport management from Pacific. Although she left the program after her senior year, Amy did not leave Pacific. She has been working on her master’s degree in sport sciences, and interned with Ted Leland, University of the Pacific’s Vice President for External Affairs.

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• The Coaches • ASSISTANT COACH

Davin Johnson FIFth Season • GRAND CANYON

Johnson enters his first season at Pacific after spending the last nine years teaching basketball at various levels. Six years ago Johnson became the co-founder and head coach of the NorCal Elite Basketball Club where his program and his players have been recognized on a national level as being one of the top AAU girls basketball programs in the United States. NorCal Elite has recruited players from all over the north state, including Sacramento, Stockton, San Francisco, San Jose, Fairfield, Reno, Chico, Redding, Eureka, and Gilroy among many other cities. NorCal Elite was also the first girls team in Northern California to have a player from overseas (Japan) participate in Exposure tournaments in the summer. In addition to coaching AAU, Johnson also started a basketball training business nine years ago that offered personal basketball lessons, camps, and clinics. This business was renowned for offering some of the best basketball training techniques in Northern California. Through these services, Johnson personally trained men and women collegiate players, as well as men playing professionally overseas and women playing in the WNBA. Davin has helped over 50 girls go on to receive basketball scholarships in college, as well as personally trained and coached elite players, McDonald’s All-American and state record holders. Johnson began his coaching career nine years ago as the Boys Varsity Basketball Coach at Forest Lake Christian in Auburn, California. Originally from San Diego, Johnson grew up playing basketball in Monterey, Calif. before attending Grand Canyon University on a basketball scholarship. Later, he moved to Sacramento where his family has resided for the last 12 years.

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• S u pp o r t S t a f f • C oo r d i n at o r , B a ske t b a ll O p e r at i o n s

JENN WASSOM

SECOND SEASON • PORTLAND, 2009 Jenn Wassom enters her second season as the Tigers’ coordinator of women’s basketball operations. As the Operations Coordinator, Wassom’s duties include coordinating the team’s film exchanges, maintaining a recruiting database, purchasing equipment and assisting with game operations. Additionally, Jenn is responsible for helping to prepare the team for practice and for workouts. She joined Pacific for the 2009-10 season after a four-year career at Portland, where she earned her degree in sociology in the summer of 2009. Wassom closed out her career at Portland with 331 overall points, including 64 three-pointers. Jenn capped off her senior season with 20 treys for her third doubledigit three-point season. As a sophomore during the 2006-07 campaign, she completed the season with a .360 three-point shooting percentage to solidify her in Portland history with the school’s fifth-best single-season three-point percentage. During her prep career, Wassom served as a four-year letterwinner at Sheldon High School in Eugene, Ore., where she graduated in 2005. Jenn earned considerable honors, including

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STEPHANIE FONG 4th Season • BIOLA, YEAR Stephanie Fong is in her fourth year as the administrative assistant for both the men’s and women’s basketball teams at Pacific. Before beginning her work with Pacific basketball, Fong served as the administrative assistant to the Dean of the Eberhardt School of Business for eight years. Being an avid sports fan brought Stephanie into the athletic world and kept her at Pacific. She was born and raised in Stockton and is a graduate of St. Mary’s High School. Fong earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Biola University in La Mirada, Calif.

Second Team All-Midwestern League as a senior and junior and third-team as a sophomore, helping her school win three league titles as Sheldon HS qualified for the state tournament her sophomore and junior seasons. Wassom is pursuing a master’s in sport sciences with a concentration in sports management.

Stephanie MEdia Relations Fong Kevin Wilkinson Administrative

1st SeasonAssistant • st. bonaventure, 2000

Kevin Wilkinson joins the Pacific Tigers for the 2010-11 season as media relations director. Wilkinson handles the day-today media requests for the Tigers, as well as the management of the Tigers’ official website, PacificTigers.com. In his 11th season in media relations, Wilkinson has previous experience at Tulane University (2006-2010) and the University of Dayton (2000-2006) at the collegiate level and has also worked in minor league baseball for the New Orleans Zephyrs and Round Rock Express of the Pacific Coast League. A 2000 graduate of St. Bonaventure University in New York, Wilkinson earned a bachelor’s of arts in Journalism -Mass Comunication.

She resides in Stockton with her daughter, Jessica.

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• S u pp o r t S t a f f • D i r ec t o r o f At h le t i c Pe r f o r m a n ce

TONY SANDOVAL

F ourth S E A S O N • S acramento S tate

Tony Sandoval joined Pacific in April of 2007 as the assistant director before being promoted to the Director of Athletic Performance in October of 2007. He most recently served as an assistant director of strength and conditioning at Sacramento State from January 2005 through the spring of 2007. Sandoval also earned his master’s degree in sports performance in 2006 at Sacramento State. While working at Sacramento State, Sandoval also worked with UCLA on a mentorship program that allowed him to travel to Los Angeles, Calif., approximately once a month to work with Bruin athletics. Sandoval earned his bachelor’s degree from Cal State San Bernardino in December of 2004 in exercise science. During his undergraduate studies, Sandoval also served as the boxing coach and the boxing strength and conditioning coach for the city of Chino, Calif.

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Jessica Daniels, A.T.C. FIRSt SEASON • NORTHERN KENTUCKY

Jessica Daniels joins Pacific for the 2010-11 season as the team’s athletic trainer. Daniels graduated with a bachelor of science in Athletic Training from Northern Kentucky in 2010, after earning a B.S. in Business Administration at the University of Louisville in 2002. Her previous athletic training experience includes time at Thomas More College, Northern Kentucky University, Simon Kenton High School and at the Wellington Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center. She also served on the sports medicine staff for The Volleyball Festival in Phoenix, Ariz., as a patient care assistant at The Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, and as a first responder at Northern Kentucky. Daniels is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and Far West Athletic Trainers’ Association. She was previously a member of the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association, Kentucky Athletic Trainers’ Society and Greater Cincinnati Athletic Trainers Association. She resides in Lodi, Calif.

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• Administration • D IR E C T O R O F ATH L E TI C S

LYNN KING

1 1 th S E A S O N • N O R T H E R N I O W A

Lynn King is in his 11th year as director of athletics for University of the Pacific. He began his tenure in March 2000. During his time at Pacific, King has seen the Tigers claim 18 Big West Conference team titles. Pacific has also made 28 NCAA Championship appearances under King’s guidance. In King’s first year at Pacific, the Tigers ranked first among NCAA Division I-AAA schools in the national Sears Directors Cup standings in 2000-01, surpassing all 78 other non-football Division I universities. The Tigers have also excelled in the classroom since King’s arrival, boasting six CoSida Academic All-Americans and 37 CoSida Academic All-District Team athletes since 2000-01. In 2002-03 alone, four Pacific teams were recognized with national team academic awards “Lynn King has provided our athletic department with tremendous leadership and direction. Pacific Athletics have reached new levels of success both athletically and academically,” said former President Donald V. DeRosa. King is currently leading Pacific on a campaign to build two new facilities (a multipurpose gymnasium [the JanssenLagorio Gymnasium] for athletics and recreation and a tennis clubhouse), expand the Alex G. Spanos Center to include an athletics Hall of Fame and substantially increase the athletics endowment. This campaign is already well underway as construction of Klein Family Field and renovations to Chris Kjeldsen Pool have been completed. In addition, construction of the Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium is scheduled for completion at the beginning of the 2009-10 academic year. King is currently the Chair of the NCAA Olympic Sport Liasion Committee and a member of the NCAA Division Leadership Council Before coming to Pacific, King chaired the NCAA Division I men’s and women’s track and field subcommittee from 1995 to 1999 and served as Drake’s director of intercollegiate athletics since 1990. Under the leadership of King, Drake’s Bulldog Scholarship Fund grew in both record numbers and money pledged in support of Drake athletics. Among his accomplishments at Drake, King played a major role in raising $12.5 million for design and construction of the 7,000-seat Knapp Multi Purpose Center. King also spearheaded successful efforts that enabled Drake’s athletics program to be officially certified by the NCAA Committee on Athletics Certification in the spring of 1998. The certification followed the committee’s review of Drake’s athletics program self-study and review of a report by a peer-review team that visited the campus in November of 1997. King previously served as director of intercollegiate athletics for University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh and assistant athletic 2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

director for facilities at the University of Northern Iowa, of which he is an alumnus. King began his career as head coach for men’s track and cross country, first at Rochester Community College and then at University of Northern Iowa, where he was also an instructor of health and physical education. While at Northern Iowa he coached 11 conference team champions, 25 All-Americans and two national champions. He was named regional or conference coach of the year 10 times and referee of the Drake Relays in 1984. King earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physical education. In October of 2008, he was inducted into the Northern Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame. He was a member of the executive committee and a director of the Greater Des Moines Sports Authority, a director of the Iowa Games board, and the 1995 National Junior Olympics Organizing Committee. He and his wife, Jan, are parents of two adult children, Jason, and Kelly.

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• Administration • Senior Women’s Administrator/Associate Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Services & Compliance

HOLLY Holly Trex-

S ixth S E A S O N • kansas

In her sixth year at Pacific, Holly Trexler is the Associate Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Services and Compliance. She became Pacific’s Senior Women’s Administrator in September of 2008. Among her duties, Trexler oversees compliance, academic support, student services, the Pacific Student Athlete Council (PSAC) as well as the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. In addition, Trexler is currently serving on the NCAA Leadership Selection Committee. Before coming to Pacific, Trexler was the assistant athletic director for academic support/life skills coordinator at Quinnipiac University from 2002-05. At Quinnipiac, she monitored the academic progress and eligibility status of all student-athletes, in addition to overseeing academic programming and support services. Trexler was also responsible for the CHAMPS/Life Skills program.

Mike Dalgety Assistant A.D. / Internal Affairs

Ed Sprague Baseball

TREXLER

Tim DiCKSON Development and Alumni Relations Officer

Bob Thomason Lynne Roberts Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball

Adam Kennedy Ryan Redondo Swimming Men’s Tennis

Prior to her time at Quinnipiac, Trexler spent the previous three years as assistant athletic director for eligibility and student services/senior woman administrator at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, N.C. Her duties at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference school included the monitoring of academic records and eligibility status of 300 student-athletes. She also oversaw the academic programming and support services. From 1993 to 1999, Trexler worked at the University of Kansas as a strategic learning assistant and Mentor. In her position, she developed learning strategies for at-risk student-athletes and assisted with subject matter and overall academic development. Trexler holds three degrees from the University of Kansas. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and AfricanAmerican studies in 1995. She was awarded her Juris Doctorate from the Kansas School of Law in 1998. A year later, in 1999, she finished her master’s in education.

JIM DUGONI Associate A.D. / Development

Georgia Kovich-Lee Director / Marketing & Promotions

Josh Jones Linda MacDonald Brandon Goethals Cross Country Field Hockey Men’s Golf

Bob “Chino” Chiene Women’s Tennis

Joe Wortmann Men’s Volleyball

Greg Gibbons Women’s Volleyball

Mike Millerick Assistant A.D. / Communications

Keith Coleman Women’s Soccer

Brian Kolze Softball

James Graham Megan Thomson Men’s Water Polo Women’s Water Polo

COACHES’ AWARDS: • Thomason - Big West Coach of the Year ‘93, ‘97, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 • Coleman - Big West Coach of the Year ‘97, ‘98 • Kolze - Big West Coach of the Year ‘98, ‘01, ‘02 • • MacDonald - NorPac Coach of the Year ‘05 • Wortmann - MPSF Coach of the Year ‘96, ‘03 •

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• 2009-10 In Review • First Team

G G F F F

Karina Figueroa Megan Richardson Alyssa Morris Mikah Maly-Karros Paige Mintun Kristina Santiago

Second Team

C Jasmine Erving G Emilie Johnson Heidi Heintz F Rhaya Neabors F/C Mekia Valentine

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

Long Beach State Cal State Fullerton UC Riverside UC Irvine UC Davis Cal Poly

So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara UC Davis UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara

Honorable Mention

G F G G G G G G C G F G

Rachel Clancy Sr. Amber Cox Sr. Haylee Donaghe Sr. Eliza Dy So. Brittany Lange Sr. Jasmine Scott Sr. Lauren Sims Sr. Jade Smith-Williams Jr. Christina Thompson So. Katrina Thompson Sr. Ally Wade Sr. Meagan Williams Sr.

All-Freshman Team

G G F F F

Erica McKenzie Janelle Nomura Mya Olivier Sweets Underwood Jazmyne White

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Cal Poly UC Riverside UC Davis Pacific Cal Poly Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State UC Irvine Pacific Cal State Northridge Long Beach State UC Santa Barbara

Player of the Year

Kristina Santiago, Cal Poly

Sixth Woman of the Year Christina Thompson, Pacific

Christina Thompson is the third Pacific Tiger to win the Big West Sixth Woman of the Year Award, joining Nancy Dinges (2001-02) and Gillian d’Hondt (2003-04).

Freshman of the Year Jazmyne White, UC Irvine

Defensive Player of the Year Haylee Donaghe, UC Davis

Pacific Cal State Northridge Cal State Fullerton UC Santa Barbara UC Irvine

Best Hustle Player of the Year Ariana Gnekow, UC Santa Barbara

Coach of the Year

Sandy Simpson, UC Davis

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BIG WEST ALL W L Pct. W L Pct. Post 1 UC Davis 12 4 .750 21 11 .677 WNIT 2 Cal Poly 11 5 .688 18 11 .621 -3 UC Riverside 11 5 688 17 16 .515 NCAA 4 Long Beach State 9 7 .563 13 17 .433 5 UC Santa Barbara 9 7 .563 15 17 .469 6 Cal State Fullerton 8 8 .500 15 17 .469 7 UC Irvine 6 10 .375 9 21 .300 8 Pacific 4 12 .333 6 23 .207 9 Cal State Northridge 2 14 .125 4 24 .143

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• 2009-10 In Review • RECORD OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 6-23 4-10 2-13 0-0 CONFERENCE 4-12 2-6 3-6 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 2-11 2-4 0-7 0-0

## 33 22 31 24 34 04 11 23 10 20 21 32 02 TM

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg Thompson, Christina 27 2 518 19.2 117 242 .483 0 0 .000 69 108 .639 38 75 113 4.2 McKenzie, Erica 29 23 739 25.5 91 265 .343 55 183 .301 25 42 .595 17 56 73 2.5 Dy, Eliza 29 17 811 28.0 86 264 .326 30 89 .337 35 48 .729 15 52 67 2.3 Fath, Jennifer 29 17 724 25.0 74 197 .376 7 48 .146 46 72 .639 24 66 90 3.1 Head, Emma 29 27 617 21.3 79 154 .513 0 1 .000 39 79 .494 86 95 181 6.2 Rodriguez, Kendall 29 17 585 20.2 66 207 .319 30 102 .294 24 41 .585 33 86 119 4.1 Dana, Jasmine 29 26 932 32.1 59 180 .328 32 92 .348 27 36 .750 65 62 127 4.4 Rogers, Jordan 29 7 529 18.2 45 147 .306 30 99 .303 29 48 .604 24 77 101 3.5 McLeod, Claire 12 2 196 16.3 7 27 .259 1 8 .125 13 18 .722 12 24 36 3.0 Swanson, Andrea 12 4 119 9.9 9 23 .391 3 6 .500 4 8 .500 6 9 15 1.3 Tiernan, Gretchen 5 3 84 16.8 7 28 .250 6 25 .240 2 2 1.000 4 4 8 1.6 Thomas, Shantel 13 0 57 4.4 7 16 .438 0 1 .000 6 8 .750 2 2 4 0.3 White, Arielle 7 0 40 5.7 2 12 .167 1 5 .200 0 1 .000 0 5 5 0.7 TEAM. 68 59 127 4.4 Total 29 649 1762 .368 195 659 .296 319 511 .624 394 672 1066 36.8 Opponents 29 761 1768 .430 153 456 .336 432 621 .696 435 836 1271 43.8

TEAM STATISTICS

SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game

PAC 1812 62.5 -10.2 649-1762 .368 195-659 .296 6.7 319-511 .624 11.0

SCHEDULE & RESULTS

DATE 11/15/09 11/17/09 11/20/09 11/22/09 12/4/09 12/6/09 12/10/09 12/13/09 12/22/09 12/29/09 01/2/10 01/4/10 01/7/10 01/9/10 1/16/10 1/20/10 1/23/10 1/27/10 1/30/10 2/4/10 2/6/10 2/11/10 2/13/10 2/20/10 2/25/10 2/27/10 3/4/10 3/6/10 3/10/10

OPP 2107 72.7 761-1768 .430 153-456 .336 5.3 432-621 .696 14.9

OPPONENT Montana State Southern Utah at Iona College at Monmouth at Portland at Portland State San Francisco Santa Clara at Fresno State Saint Mary’s at Cal State Northridge * at Cal State Fullerton * Cal Poly * UC Santa Barbara * at UC Irvine * Cal State Bakersfield at UC Davis * UC Irvine * UC Riverside * at UC Santa Barbara * at Cal Poly * UC Davis * at Sacramento State Long Beach State * at UC Riverside * at Long Beach State * Cal State Fullerton * Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara

* = Big West Conference game

REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game

SCORE ATTEND L, 79-91 479 W, 67-54 384 L, 54-76 485 L 53-64 269 L, 66-80 202 L, 57-75 405 L, 67-71 227 L, 69-74 387 L, 33-63 2203 W, 70-63 278 W, 76-70 (OT) 172 L, 65-82 202 L, 53-63 424 L, 58-65 503 L, 57-68 972 L, 63-76 283 L, 59-68 (OT) 567 L, 54-70 179 L, 59-71 1841 L, 34-71 1435 L, 66-99 371 W, 74-58 475 L, 81-95 258 L, 77-87 (2OT) 426 L, 41-50 536 W, 77-67 992 L, 56-65 284 409 W, 93-89 (2OT) L, 54-82

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1066 36.8 -7.1 353 12.2 620 21.4 -0.4 0.6 277 9.6 106 3.7

1271 43.8 442 15.2 609 21.0 0.7 303 10.4 147 5.1

PF FO A 46 0 2 61 0 72 81 2 97 57 0 44 89 4 13 51 2 33 63 0 50 56 1 22 12 0 9 15 0 1 11 1 5 6 0 1 8 0 4 0 556 10 353 513 - 442

ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

TO Blk Stl Pts 59 23 11 303 96 3 42 262 100 2 50 237 71 4 35 201 32 34 31 197 81 13 25 186 55 3 36 177 70 16 29 149 14 2 6 28 11 0 5 25 11 1 2 22 5 5 3 20 5 0 2 5 10 0 620 106 277 1812 609 147 303 2107

6579 14-470 -

Avg 11.2 9.0 8.2 6.9 6.8 6.4 6.1 5.1 2.3 2.1 4.4 1.5 0.7 62.5 72.7

9069 15-605 0-0

SCORE BY PERIODS: 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 795 960 41 16 1812 Pacific 996 1045 44 22 2107 Opponents

HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS (20)Fath, Jennifer (6)Fath, Jennifer; (6) Head, Emma (13)Head, Emma (8)Fath, Jennifer (9)Fath, Jennifer (7)Head, Emma (21)Rodriguez, Kendall (8)Rodriguez, Kendall (18)McKenzie, Erica (7)Rodriguez, Kendall (15)Fath, Jennifer (9)Head, Emma (15)Fath, Jennifer (12)Head, Emma (15)Rodriguez, Kendall (10)Head, Emma (11)Dana, Jasmine (9)McLeod, Claire (17)Thompson, Christina (8)Thompson, Christina (23)Thompson, Christina (11)Head, Emma (30)Thompson, Christina (7)Thompson, Christina (11)Rodriguez, Kendall (6)Dana, Jasmine (22)McKenzie, Erica (7)Head, Emma (18)Thompson, Christina (6)Rodriguez, Kendall (19)Thompson, Christina (9)Head, Emma (13)McKenzie, Erica (10)Head, Emma (10)Head, Emma; (10)Thompson, Christina (8)Head, Emma (14)Thompson, Christina (7)Rogers, Jordan (9)Thompson, Christina (6)Thompson, Christina (16)Rogers, Jordan (6)Dana, Jasmine (26)Dy, Eliza (6)Dy, Eliza (28)McKenzie, Erica (11)Rodriguez, Kendall (16)McKenzie, Erica (15)Rogers, Jordan (8)Rodriguez, Kendall; (8)McKenzie, Erica (6)Head, Emma; (6)Dana, Jasmine (19)Rogers, Jordan (9)Head, Emma (15)Dy, Eliza (12)Head, Emma (22)McKenzie, Erica (9)Thompson, Christina (13)McKenzie, Erica (8)Rogers, Jordan

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• Award-Winning Tigers • All-Big West Conference Selections 1984-85 • Jane Romberg-Geiger - First Team • Janet Whitney - Second Team 1985-86 • Janet Whitney - First Team 1986-87 • Julie Szukalski - Second Team • Julie Szukalski - Freshman Team 1987-88 • Julie Szukalski - Second Team • Charmon Logan - Freshman Team 1988-89 • Julie Szukalski - Honorable Mention 1989-90 • Julie Szukalski - Second Team • Tine Freil - Freshman of the Year • Tine Freil - Freshman Team 1990-91 • Tine Freil - First Team • Charlene Alden - Second Team 1991-92 • Tine Freil - First Team • Natasha Norris - Honorable Mention • Brandi Ashmore - Freshman Team 1992-93 • Tine Freil - First Team • Annette Dirac - Second Team 1993-94 • Lainie Bebber - Second Team • Sandy Hoge - Honorable Mention • Karen Vesecky - Honorable Mention 1994-95 • Lainie Bebber - Honorable Mention • Connie Blaisure - Honorable Mention • Sue Will - Honorable Mention • Missy Ross - Freshman Team 1995-96 • Kate McAllister - First Team • Connie Blaisure - Honorable Mention • Missy Ross - Honorable Mention 1996-97 • Kate McAllister - First Team 1997-98 • Eden Palacio - Honorable Mention

1999-2000 • Selena Ho - Second Team • Eden Palacio- Honorable Mention • Ashahalic Johnson- Freshman Team

Lainie

2000-01 • Selena Ho - First Team • Millie Kimpton - Second Team • Dolinda Meeker - Honorable Mention •  Nancy Dinges - Freshman Team 2001-02 • Gillian d'Hondt - First Team • Selena Ho - First Team • Nancy Dinges - Honorable Mention •  Nancy Dinges - Sixth Woman of the Year 2002-03 • Gillian d'Hondt - First Team • Nancy Dinges - Honorable Mention 2003-04 • Gillian d'Hondt - Second Team • Nancy Dinges - Honorable Mention • Andrea Nederostek - Honorable Mention • Corinne Wong - Honorable Mention • Jessie Menkens - Freshman Team • Gillian d'Hondt - Sixth Woman of the Year 2004-05 • Tina Sanerivi - Honorable Mention 2005-06 • Carolina Ruiz - First Team 2006-07 • Karen Dawkins - Honorable Mention • Jerise Freeman - Honorable Mention • Jake Kelly - Freshman Team 2007-08 • Janae Young - Second Team • Kelsey Lavender - Honorable Mention • Amy VanHollebeke - Honorable Mention 2008-09 • Amber Simmons - First Team • Janae Young - Second Team • Gretchen Tiernan - Honorable Mention 2009-10 • Christina Thompson - Honorable Mention • Christina Thompson - Sixth Woman of the Year • Eliza Dy - Honorable Mention • Erica McKenzie - Freshman Team

1998-99 • Selena Ho - Second Team • Selena Ho - Freshman of the Year • Selena Ho - Freshman Team • Eden Palacio - Honorable Mention

All-Big West Tournament Selections 1990 • Tine Freil • Julie Szukalski

1996 • Leslie Cox • Kate McAllister, MVP

1994 • Lainie Bebber

2002 • Gillian d'Hondt • Nancy Dinges

1995 • Kate McAllister • Missy Ross 2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

2003 • Gillian d'Hondt 2004 • Gillian d'Hondt

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• Award-Winning Tigers • Big West Academic All-Conference 1988-89 • Charmon Logan • Lena Peterson • Charlotte Soeeberg 1989-90 • Andrea Christoff • Charmon Logan • Lena Petersson • Charlotte Soeeberg • Julie Szukalski

1993-94 • Krystal Hilton • Tina Miteko • Christina Randall • Shannon Reed 1994-95 • Lainie Bebber • Leslie Cox • Sandy Hoge • Tina Miteko • Christina Randall • Sue Will

1990-91 • Andrea Christoff 1995-96 • Charmon Logan • Leslie Cox • Lena Petersson • Charlotte Soeeberg • Cathy Lauritzen • Kate McAlliser • Tina Miteko 1991-92 • Christina Randall • Andrea Christoff • Annette Dirac (BWC Scholar• Christina Randall Athlete of the Year) • Rikke Schaumann • Sue Will • Charlotte Soeeberg • Sarah Yarbrough 1992-93 • Annette Dirac • Shannon Reed • Rebecca Williams

1996-97 • Cathy Lauritzen • Jennifer Martella • Kate McAllister • Shannon Smith • Martha Yarbrough • Sarah Yarbrough

1997-98 • Cathy Lauritzen • Shannon Smith • Amanda Svensson • Martha Yarbrough • Sarah Yarbrough 1999-99 • Shannon Smith • Amanda Svensson • MarthaYarbrough • Sarah Yarbrough (BWC ScholarAthlete of the Year)

1999-2000 • Millie Kimpton • Amanda Svensson • MarthaYarbrough 2000-01 • Selena Ho • Millie Kimpton • Dolinda Meeker • Alicia Smith • Amanda Svensson • Alissa Tarsiuk

2001-02 • Gillian d'Hondt • Nancy Dinges • Selena Ho • Dolinda Meeker • Alissa Tarsiuk • Corinne Wong

Andrea Swanson

2002-03 • Nancy Dinges • Alicia Smith • Alissa Tarsiuk • Corinne Wong 2003-04 • Nancy Dinges • Alicia Smith • Corinne Wong 2004-05 • Jessica Brantley • Ashley Dolezal • Darlene Gibbard • Jessie Menkens • Tanya Green 2005-06 • Tyler Moran 2008-09 • Andrea Swanson

Big West Players of the Week

1988-89 • Charmon Logan - March 6, 1989

1994-95 • Lainie Bebber - Jan. 3, 1995

1989-90 • Charmon Logan - Feb. 5, 1990

1995-96 • Kate McAllister - Dec.19, 1995 • Kate McAllister - Jan. 10, 1996

1990-91 • Tine Freil - Dec. 17, 1990 • Tine Freil - Jan. 7, 1991 • Natasha Norris - Feb. 25, 1991 1991-92 • Natasha Norris - March 9, 1992 1992-93 • Tine Freil - Dec. 21, 1992 • Annette Dirac - Jan. 4, 1993 • Lainie Bebber - Feb. 22, 1993

1996-97 • Kate McAllister - Dec. 30, 1996 • Kate McAllister - Feb. 24, 1997 1998-99 • Chante Guggia - Dec. 21, 1998 • Selena Ho - Feb. 8, 1999 • Selena Ho - March 1, 1999

1993-94 • Lainie Bebber - Feb. 7, 1994

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2000-01 • Millie Kimpton - Nov. 29, 2000 • Millie Kimpton - Dec. 11, 2000 • Selena Ho - Dec. 18, 2000 •  Selena Ho - Jan. 8, 2001 •  Nancy Dinges - Jan. 22, 2001 2001-02 • Selena Ho - Nov. 26, 2001 • Gillian d’Hondt - Jan. 21, 2002 • Selena Ho - Feb. 25, 2002

2006-07 • Karen Dawkins - Nov. 20, 2006 • Karen Dawkins - Dec. 4, 2006 • Emma Head - Dec. 18, 2006 2007-08 • Karen Dawkins - Jan. 2, 2008 • Janae Young - Feb. 18, 2008 • Kelsey Lavender - March 3, 2008 • Janae Young - March 9, 2008

2002-03 • Gillian d’Hondt - Dec. 16, 2002 • Gillian d’Hondt - Jan. 20, 2003 • Vanessa Dupont - Feb. 4, 2003 •  Gillian d’Hondt - Feb. 24, 2003

2008-09 • Amber Simmons - Nov. 24, 2008 • Janae Young - Dec. 8, 2008 • Amber Simmons - Dec. 29, 2008 • Amber Simmons - Feb. 9, 2009 • Janae Young - Feb. 23, 2009

2005-06 • Carolina Ruiz - Jan. 30, 2006

2009-10 • Christina Thompson - Jan. 3, 2010

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• The 1,000-Point Club • 1.

Julie Szukalski

1986-90

1,927

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1986-87 28 28 863 30.8 184 408 .451 0 0 .000 130 176 .739 - - 262 9.4 109 7 26 69 13 43 498 17.8 1987-88 27 22 740 27.4 199 404 .493 0 1 .000 82 129 .636 - - 214 7.9 87 0 8 0 20 45 480 17.8 1988-89 28 28 NA NA 201 395 .509 0 0 .000 96 140 .686 87 155 242 8.6 - 0 27 80 50 40 498 17.8 1989-90 25 25 730 29.2 180 361 .499 0 1 .000 91 139 .655 90 150 240 9.6 - 0 18 49 25 52 451 18.0 TOTAL 108 103 - - 764 1568 .487 0 2 .000 399 584 .683 - - 958 8.9 196 7 79 198 108 180 1927 17.8

Janet Whitney (1982-86)

Selena Ho

(1998-2002)

Karen Peets Gillian d’Hondt Kate McAllister (1977-81)

(2000-04)

(1993-97)

2.

Janet Whitney

1982-86

1,698

3.

Selena Ho

1998-02

1,651

4.

Karen Peets

1977-81

1,385

5.

Gillian d’Hondt

2000-04

1,315

6.

Charmon Logan

1987-91

1,298

7.

Tine Freil

1989-93

1,291

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1982-83 27 26 - - 112 274 .409 - - - 43 75 .573 - - 217 8.0 71 1 32 0 0 34 267 9.9 1983-84 26 25 0 0.0 187 378 .495 - - - 91 122 .746 - - 231 8.9 73 5 24 0 0 34 465 17.9 1984-85 26 23 791 30.4 175 409 .428 - - - 99 148 .669 - - 178 6.8 78 6 22 56 14 27 449 17.3 1985-86 28 25 977 34.9 212 456 .465 - - - 93 134 .694 - - 223 8.0 83 1 46 65 14 51 517 18.5 TOTAL 107 99 - - 686 1517 .452 - - - 326 479 .681 - - 849 7.9 305 13 124 121 28 146 1698 15.9

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1998-99 27 27 908 33.6 131 293 .447 64 142 .451 101 124 .815 24 86 110 4.1 71 0 93 88 0 43 427 15.8 1999-00 29 29 945 32.6 128 342 .374 74 192 .385 101 128 .789 20 81 101 3.5 55 2 99 76 1 31 431 14.9 2000-01 24 22 746 31.1 104 263 .395 63 154 .409 100 111 .901 6 50 56 2.3 48 3 93 74 0 28 371 15.5 2001-02 30 30 991 33.0 136 323 .421 70 179 .391 80 101 .792 8 60 68 2.3 57 0 145 91 3 33 422 14.1 TOTAL 110 108 3590 32.6 499 1221 .409 271 667 .406 382 464 .823 58 277 335 3.0 231 5 430 329 4 135 1651 15.0

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1977-78 24 0 0 0.0 98 262 .374 - - - 30 59 .508 - - 278 11.6 76 0 - - - - 226 9.4 1978-79 23 23 0 0.0 187 459 .407 - - - 39 69 .565 - - 308 13.4 67 0 - 114 - - 413 18.0 1979-80 27 27 0 0.0 154 337 .457 - - - 43 64 .672 - - 217 8.0 97 9 37 64 - - 351 13.0 1980-81 27 25 0 0.0 177 381 .465 - - - 41 70 .586 - - 146 5.4 79 5 73 82 8 58 395 14.6 TOTAL 101 75 0 0.0 616 1439 .428 - - - 153 262 .584 - - 949 9.4 319 14 - - - - 1385 13.7

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-01 28 26 629 22.5 80 181 .442 0 0 .000 43 89 .483 57 96 153 5.5 106 7 36 53 19 26 203 7.3 2001-02 30 29 890 29.7 156 286 .545 0 0 .000 96 173 .555 81 131 212 7.1 89 2 62 99 32 39 408 13.6 2002-03 28 28 810 28.9 174 341 .510 0 0 .000 93 169 .550 65 124 189 6.8 91 4 29 93 21 12 441 15.8 2003-04 19 8 468 24.6 99 186 .532 0 0 .000 65 119 .546 43 69 112 5.9 68 4 22 49 9 12 263 13.8 TOTAL 105 91 2797 26.6 509 994 .512 0 0 .000 297 550 .540 246 420 666 6.3 354 17 149 294 81 89 1315 12.5 year-xx 888 999 8888 99.9 9999 9999 .999 999 999 .999 999 9999 .999 999 999 9999 9.9 999 99 9999 999 999 999 9999 99.9

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1987-88 28 13 670 23.9 74 189 .392 6 23 .261 27 39 .692 - - 87 3.1 65 0 49 - 5 26 181 6.5 1988-89 28 28 - - 150 339 .442 39 97 .402 53 72 .736 17 54 71 2.5 0 0 79 104 0 32 392 14.0 1989-90 27 27 841 31.1 150 333 .450 55 132 .417 35 44 .795 16 59 75 2.8 0 0 75 84 3 32 390 14.4 1990-91 28 28 972 34.7 124 345 .359 33 129 .256 54 75 .720 43 64 107 3.8 0 0 57 70 3 29 335 12.0 TOTAL 111 96 2483 22.4 498 1206 .413 133 381 .349 169 230 .735 - - 340 3.1 65 0 260 - 11 119 1298 11.7

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1989-90 29 29 1052 36.3 73 188 .388 14 59 .237 91 125 .728 40 111 151 5.2 0 0 321 181 4 97 251 8.7 1990-91 28 28 1051 37.5 89 174 .511 34 68 .500 69 98 .704 26 106 132 4.7 0 0 244 135 7 69 281 10.0 1991-92 28 28 1045 37.3 124 303 .409 67 178 .376 79 109 .725 28 121 149 5.3 74 0 251 146 9 75 394 14.1 1992-93 26 25 982 37.8 107 273 .392 44 143 .308 107 147 .728 47 123 170 6.5 54 1 272 161 9 79 365 14.0 TOTAL 111 110 4130 37.2 393 938 .419 159 448 .355 346 479 .722 141 461 602 5.4 128 1 1088 623 29 320 1291 11.6

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• The 1,000-Point Club • 8.

Kate McAllister

1993-97

1,245

9.

Eden Palacio

1996-2000

1,239

10. Jane Romberg-Geiger

1980-85

1,226

11. Nancy Dinges

2000-04

1,158

12. Joy Dana

1980-84

1,176

13. Gretchen Meinhardt

1984-88

1,139

14. Lainie Bebber

1991-95

1,124

15. Sheri Bates

1979-83

1,086

16. Natasha Norris

1988-92

1,068

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1993-94 19 0 145 7.6 21 37 .568 0 0 .000 16 22 .727 15 11 26 1.4 16 0 2 6 2 3 58 3.1 1994-95 29 4 429 14.8 72 127 .567 0 0 .000 53 74 .716 38 70 108 3.7 43 0 1 23 3 26 197 6.8 1995-96 30 30 968 32.3 221 388 .570 0 0 .000 122 199 .613 87 157 244 8.1 71 0 24 62 7 17 564 18.8 1996-97 27 27 1037 38.4 142 297 .478 0 0 .000 142 215 .660 81 152 233 8.6 72 1 35 87 13 36 426 15.8 TOTAL 105 61 2579 24.6 456 849 .537 0 0 .000 333 510 .653 221 390 611 5.8 202 1 62 178 25 82 1245 11.9

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1996-97 27 6 580 21.5 80 201 .398 34 79 .430 51 83 .614 27 68 95 3.5 72 1 47 86 1 25 245 9.1 1997-98 23 20 692 30.1 127 330 .385 30 98 .306 72 102 .706 30 93 123 5.3 76 5 34 111 7 48 356 15.5 1998-99 26 1 529 20.3 90 285 .316 27 107 .252 103 151 .682 29 49 78 3.0 75 0 25 63 9 24 310 11.9 1999-00 27 17 664 24.6 102 296 .345 32 100 .320 92 133 .692 30 58 88 3.3 82 3 49 69 4 48 328 12.1 TOTAL 103 44 2465 23.9 399 1112 .359 123 384 .320 318 469 .678 116 268 384 3.7 305 9 155 329 21 145 1239 12.0

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1980-81 24 24 - - 144 282 .511 - - - 93 123 .756 - - 196 8.2 57 5 32 67 21 30 381 15.9 1981-82 7 7 - - 46 103 .447 - - - 30 38 .789 - - 67 9.6 14 0 3 18 - 10 122 17.4 1982-83 9 5 - - 24 59 .407 - - - 6 8 .750 - - 55 6.1 11 0 8 - - 4 54 6.0 1983-84 26 15 - - 118 277 .426 - - - 70 88 .795 - - 221 8.5 64 1 42 - - 28 306 11.8 1984-85 27 27 872 32.3 144 339 .425 - - - 75 97 .773 - - 252 9.3 65 0 60 76 50 20 363 13.4 TOTAL 93 78 - - 476 1060 .449 - - - 274 354 .774 - - 791 8.5 211 6 145 - - 92 1226 13.2

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-01 28 1 525 18.8 79 195 .405 49 121 .405 27 34 .794 26 45 71 2.5 49 1 17 38 1 10 234 8.4 30 8 758 25.3 131 312 .420 70 179 .391 20 28 .714 44 72 116 3.9 41 0 30 44 0 23 352 11.7 2001-02 2002-03 28 27 885 31.6 113 283 .399 67 185 .362 20 27 .741 31 87 118 4.2 43 0 32 53 1 37 313 11.2 2003-04 29 29 1004 34.6 97 253 .383 64 183 .350 38 55 .691 46 92 138 4.8 70 1 73 65 3 30 296 10.2 TOTAL 115 65 3172 27.6 420 1043 .403 250 668 .374 105 144 .729 147 296 443 3.9 203 2 152 200 5 100 1195 10.4

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1980-81 23 1 - - 43 73 .589 - - - 23 38 .605 - - 90 3.9 46 3 7 30 8 12 109 4.7 31 31 - - 177 367 .482 - - - 48 79 .608 - - 285 9.2 99 7 21 56 - 31 402 13.0 1981-82 1982-83 27 27 - - 118 259 .456 - - - 63 94 .670 - - 220 8.1 82 3 13 - - 15 299 11.1 1983-84 26 24 - - 151 335 .451 - - - 64 86 .744 - - 175 6.7 98 7 16 - - 20 366 14.1 TOTAL 107 83 - - 489 1034 .473 - - - 198 297 .667 - 770 7.2 325 20 57 - - 78 1176 11.0

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1984-85 24 6 521 21.7 65 148 .439 - - - 60 104 .577 - - 138 5.8 82 6 3 34 12 18 190 7.9 28 27 601 21.5 119 240 .496 - - - 50 96 .521 - - 162 5.8 113 14 20 66 21 37 288 10.3 1985-86 1986-87 28 25 750 26.8 141 294 .480 0 0 .000 93 135 .689 - - 155 5.5 119 16 34 99 13 47 375 13.4 1987-88 21 14 580 27.6 108 219 .493 0 0 .000 70 92 .761 - - 100 4.8 66 0 18 - 9 13 286 13.6 TOTAL 101 72 2452 24.3 433 901 .481 0 0 .000 273 427 .639 - - 555 5.5 380 36 75 - 55 115 1139 11.3

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 19 9 453 23.8 44 104 .423 4 9 .444 17 26 .654 29 50 79 4.2 40 0 25 31 11 8 109 5.7 1991-92 1992-93 26 24 673 25.9 141 258 .547 0 1 .000 52 69 .754 47 115 162 6.2 81 6 33 69 16 38 334 12.8 1993-94 28 28 843 30.1 158 282 .560 0 5 .000 98 141 .695 61 127 188 6.7 97 6 54 74 40 35 414 14.8 1994-95 21 21 596 28.4 100 199 .503 3 7 .429 64 100 .640 46 81 127 6.0 69 3 11 48 15 28 267 12.7 TOTAL 94 82 2565 27.3 443 843 .526 7 22 .318 231 336 .688 183 373 556 5.9 287 15 123 222 82 109 1124 12.0

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1979-80 27 27 0 0.0 87 180 .483 - - - 62 82 .756 - - 70 2.6 83 7 59 109 0 0 236 8.7 1980-81 27 22 0 0.0 66 152 .434 - - - 64 80 .800 - - 49 1.8 86 4 68 89 2 53 196 7.3 1981-82 31 31 0 0.0 117 268 .437 - - - 84 116 .724 - - 102 3.3 95 4 124 148 0 104 318 10.3 1982-83 27 27 0 0.0 116 238 .487 - - - 104 145 .717 - - 120 4.4 76 3 95 0 0 62 336 12.4 TOTAL 112 107 0 0.0 386 838 .461 - - - 314 423 .742 - - 341 3.0 340 18 346 346 2 219 1086 9.7

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1988-89 28 4 0 0.0 32 81 .395 1 2 .500 14 25 .560 12 29 41 1.5 0 0 63 86 3 22 79 2.8 1989-90 27 4 440 16.3 69 137 .504 0 2 .000 31 42 .738 41 64 105 3.9 0 0 51 67 9 25 169 6.3 1990-91 27 21 674 25.0 136 266 .511 2 7 .286 75 103 .728 63 122 185 6.9 0 0 58 90 9 33 349 12.9 1991-92 27 27 824 30.5 186 356 .522 1 7 .143 98 138 .710 77 126 203 7.5 82 0 50 78 12 42 471 17.4 TOTAL 109 56 1938 17.8 423 840 .504 4 18 .222 218 308 .708 193 341 534 4.9 82 0 222 321 33 122 1068 9.8

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• Career Leading Scorers • Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 42 44 45 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 56 57 59 60 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 74 75 76 77 78

Name Julie Szukalski Janet Whitney Selena Ho Karen Peets Gillian d’Hondt Charmon Logan Tine Freil Kate McAllister Eden Palacio Jane Romberg Nancy Dinges Joy Dana Gretchen Meinhardt Lainie Bebber Sheri Bates Natasha Norris Connie Blaisure Janet Otto Sonya Monroe Cathy Lauritzen Millie Kimpton Shellie Linden Charlene Alden Prim Walters Kelsey Lavender Janae Young Sarah Yarbrough Corinne Wong Michele Sasaki Martha Yarbrough Karen Dawkins Dolinda Meeker Lena Petersson Andrea Nederostek Karen Jacobsen Emma Head Tina Sanerivi Paloma Moriana Missy Ross Sandy Hoge Charlotte Soeeberg Amy VanHollebeke Larelle Hendon Vanessa Dupont Jennifer Fath Annette Dirac Debbie Geyser Ahshalic Johnson Tracy Glandon Jessie Menkens Sandy Kline Christina Randall Karen Vesecky Amber Simmons Chante Guggia Jessica Brantley Carolina Ruiz Toni Glandon Renee Brown Mary Lary Suzanne Parker Sue Will Jake Kelly Jacklyn O’Connor Mischa Clark Jasmine Dana Kim McDonald Shannon Reed Jayne Gibson Dana Zimmerman Christina Thompson Leslie Cox Leanne Perez Amanda Svensson Whitney Price Natasha McAtee Alicia Smith Tina Miteko

Years Gms. 1986-90 108 1982-86 107 1998-02 110 1977-81 101 2000-04 105 1987-91 111 1989-93 111 1993-97 105 1996-00 103 1980-85 93 2000-04 115 1980-84 107 1984-88 101 1991-95 94 1979-83 112 1988-92 109 1992-96 113 1982-86 96 1977-81 98 1994-98 119 1998-01 84 1982-86 100 1989-91 58 1985-89 94 2004-08 109 2007-09 60 1995-99 97 2000-04 117 1985-89 110 1996-00 110 2005-09 79 1998-02 106 1988-91 84 2000-04 106 1979-83 83 2006-10 110 2004-06 54 1993-95 60 1994-96 59 1993-95 63 1988-92 107 2007-09 60 1975-78 56 1999-03 108 2007-10 85 1991-93 49 1986-88 52 1999-03 104 1979-83 94 2003-06 83 1981-84 75 1991-92,93-96 101 1992-94 55 2008-09 30 1996-00 95 2003-06 79 2004-06 54 1977-78,79-82 97 1981-83 57 1983-85 51 1985-89 106 1994-96 47 2006-08 34 1991-93 55 1999-03 94 2006-10 103 1977-78,80-81 21 1992-94 51 1980-81 23 2004-06 54 2008-10 36 1993-96 68 1976-79 59 1997-01 107 2006-09 83 1992-93 27 2000-04 96 1993-96 81

Pts. 1927 1698 1651 1385 1315 1298 1291 1245 1239 1226 1195 1176 1139 1124 1086 1068 954 924 891 835 826 824 816 773 759 731 728 719 688 672 671 645 633 631 605 604 598 571 567 559 551 540 540 535 528 520 520 515 506 503 500 499 492 492 474 428 422 422 407 399 399 388 383 381 380 353 334 331 328 322 321 321 303 295 291 277 271 267

Rk 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 93 94 95 96 97 98 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 123 124 126 127 128 129 131 132 134 135 137 138 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 149 151 153 155 156

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Name Gretchen Tiernan Erica McKenzie Eliza Dy Debbie Botto Kim Lung Jerise Freeman Melanie Whitenack Kathy Dufour Charity Czerwinski Tyler Moran Angie Altermatt Kendall Rodriguez Geri McIntire Marcia Roberts Jasmine Ewing Tanya Green Michelle McDonald Brandi Ashmore Alissa Tarsiuk Paige Milgate Theresa Flores Andrea Swanson Jordan Rogers Tambi Boynton Darlene Gibbard Pam Fan Molly McCoskery Sonja Croslin Jennifer Miller Delores Nolan Ricque Luttges Julie Melcher Claire McLeod Cindy Jewell Renee Roberts Shannon Smith Shannon Kelley Jennifer Olsen Jakehima Mercier Allison Luckey Shelly Beattie Marquitta Hillman Luann Jackman Karen Martin Marianna Ragsdale Kelly Stevens Beckett Brennan Kathy Roberts Janet Jones Dori O’Rourke Brittany Crossland Cindy Bava Laura Goldman Krisi Hathhorn Donna Kloppenberg Lori Salmon Cindy Crom Ana Ulloa Tammy Morris Betsy Donovan Marianne Bush Kim Wilkerson Sarah Feely Calisha Harmon Andrea Christoff Jennifer Martella Lori Lahoda Shelle Stigler Angela McCusker Shantel Thomas Wyvonne Jones Rikke Schaumann Ashley Dolezal Courtney Bunz Christina Ahmann Tia Eubanks Ruth Kennedy Stacy Sauer

Years Gms. 2008-10 34 2009-10 29 2009-10 29 1976-78 42 1979-83 105 2006-07 25 1981-83,85-86 58 1979-82 76 2004-06 54 2004-08 96 1979-80 27 2009-10 29 1992-94 52 1975-78 53 2002-04 30 2001-02,04-06 63 1978-80 37 1991-92 26 1999-03 82 1986-89 66 1979-81 28 2007-10 40 2009-10 29 1975-77 32 2001-06 103 1977-80 62 1989-91 57 1976-78 41 1997-99 49 1975-76 14 1985-88 33 2004-06 54 2008-10 38 1975-77 24 2006-08 38 1997-99 39 1987-91 57 1996-99 56 2000-02 43 1996-00 75 1990-91 27 2003-06 51 1975-77 24 1986-87 22 1978-79 21 1995-97 36 2007-08 17 1977-78 24 1983-85 17 1979-80,81-82 29 2003-04 26 1975-76 13 1985-86 23 1978-79 20 1984-85 26 1980-81 18 1982-84 37 1978-79 21 1978-79 21 1982-84 24 1975-76 9 1991-92 23 2002-03 26 1994-95 18 1989-92 35 1996-97 13 1992-94 13 2002-03 12 1986-88 29 2009-10 13 2006-07 13 1991-92 15 2003-06 50 2006-07 12 1987-88 5 2003-06 19 1985-86 16 1985-86 11

Pts. 265 262 237 234 223 221 203 197 196 193 188 186 182 182 179 169 166 159 157 152 152 151 149 144 140 136 132 125 123 122 119 106 105 100 99 99 90 89 88 86 77 75 74 74 65 63 63 62 61 59 58 58 53 52 52 50 47 47 45 41 41 40 38 29 26 25 24 22 20 20 18 18 17 17 16 16 13 11

Rk 157 159 160

166 168

172

176

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Name Patricia Brown Laura Young Kim Kellard Jolene King Carmetta Malone Stephanie Moore Gina Miner Ann Phillips Samantha Hart Jennifer Jorgensen Arielle White Krystal Hilton Alicia Madsen Staci Stevens Lori Powell Nancy Zeiszler Dani Oswood Lisa Mathews Stacie Nixon J. Thomas Gail Williamson Suzie Holt Denise Jezycki

Years 1988-89 1989-90 1993-95 1982-83 1992-93 1995-97 1987-88 1976-78 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 1993-94 1996-99 1985-86 1980-81 1976-77 1990-91 1989-90 1997-98 1975-76 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83

Gms. 6 10 15 6 7 19 11 24 10 2 7 6 10 4 6 4 8 7 7 3 5 4 1

Points Per Game

Name Julie Szukalski Amber Simmons Kim McDonald Janet Whitney Selena Ho Jayne Gibson Charlene Alden Karen Peets Jane Romberg Gillian d’Hondt Janae Young Eden Palacio Lainie Bebber Kate McAllister Charmon Logan Tine Freil Gretchen Meinhardt Jake Kelly Tina Sanerivi Joy Dana Annette Dirac Nancy Dinges Natasha McAtee Debbie Geyser Millie Kimpton Natasha Norris Sheri Bates Larelle Hendon Janet Otto Missy Ross Paloma Moriana Sonya Monroe Erica McKenzie Amy VanHollebeke Karen Vesecky Christina Thompson Sandy Hoge Jerise Freeman Delores Nolan Karen Dawkins Connie Blaisure Sue Will Shellie Linden Prim Walters Eliza Dy Mary Lary Carolina Ruiz Gretchen Tiernan Lena Petersson Sarah Yarbrough

Years Gms. 1986-90 108 2008-09 30 1977-78,80-81 21 1982-86 107 1998-02 110 1980-81 23 1989-91 58 1977-81 101 1980-85 93 2000-04 105 2007-09 60 1996-00 103 1991-95 94 1993-97 105 1987-91 111 1989-93 111 1984-88 101 2006-08 34 2004-06 54 1980-84 107 1991-93 49 2000-04 115 1992-93 27 1986-88 52 1998-01 84 1988-92 109 1979-83 112 1975-78 56 1982-86 96 1994-96 59 1993-95 60 1977-81 98 2009-10 29 2007-09 60 1992-94 55 2008-10 36 1993-95 63 2006-07 25 1975-76 14 2005-09 79 1992-96 113 1994-96 47 1982-86 100 1985-89 94 2009-10 29 1983-85 51 2004-06 54 2008-10 34 1988-91 84 1995-99 97

Pts. 10 10 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

Pts. 17.8 16.4 15.9 15.9 15.0 14.3 14.1 13.7 13.2 12.5 12.2 12.0 12.0 11.9 11.7 11.6 11.3 11.3 11.1 11.0 10.6 10.4 10.3 10.0 9.8 9.8 9.7 9.6 9.6 9.6 9.5 9.1 9.0 9.0 8.9 8.9 8.9 8.8 8.7 8.5 8.4 8.3 8.2 8.2 8.2 7.8 7.8 7.8 7.5 7.5

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• Career Shooting Leaders • Field Goals Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Name Julie Szukalski Janet Whitney Karen Peets Gillian d’Hondt Selena Ho Charmon Logan Joy Dana Jane Romberg-Geiger Kate McAllister Lainie Bebber Gretchen Meinhardt Natasha Norris Nancy Dinges Eden Palacio Tine Freil Sheri Bates Janet Otto Sonya Monroe Connie Blaisure Charlene Alden

Years 1986-90 1982-86 1977-81 2000-04 1998-02 1987-91 1980-84 1980-85 1993-97 1991-95 1984-88 1988-92 2000-04 1996-00 1989-93 1979-83 1982-86 1977-81 1992-96 1989-91

Field Goal Attempts Gms. 108 107 101 105 110 111 107 93 105 94 101 109 115 103 111 112 96 98 113 58

FG 764 686 616 509 499 498 489 476 456 443 433 423 420 399 393 386 379 367 332 326

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

Three-Pointers Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Name Selena Ho Nancy Dinges Kelsey Lavender Tine Freil Charmon Logan Eden Palacio Jessie Menkens Jacklyn O’Connor Cathy Lauritzen Connie Blaisure Jake Kelly Martha Yarbrough Gretchen Tiernan Amy VanHollebeke Paloma Moriana Corinne Wong Erica McKenzie Jasmine Dana Prim Walters Charlene Alden

Years 1998-02 2000-04 2004-08 1989-93 1987-91 1996-00 2003-06 1991-93 1994-98 1992-96 2006-08 1996-00 2008-10 2007-09 1993-95 2000-04 2009-10 2006-10 1985-89 1989-91

15 16 17 18 20

Name Julie Szukalski Selena Ho Tine Freil Kate McAllister Janet Whitney Eden Palacio Sheri Bates Gillian d’Hondt Jane Romberg-Geiger Gretchen Meinhardt Millie Kimpton Lainie Bebber Natasha Norris Shellie Linden Corinne Wong Connie Blaisure Joy Dana Martha Yarbrough Sarah Yarbrough Paloma Moriana

Years 1986-90 1998-02 1989-93 1993-97 1982-86 1996-00 1979-83 2000-04 1980-85 1984-88 1998-01 1991-95 1988-92 1982-86 2000-04 1992-96 1980-84 1996-00 1995-99 1993-95

Years 1986-90 1982-86 1977-81 1998-02 1987-91 1996-00 1980-85 2000-04 1980-84 2000-04 1989-93 1984-88 1982-86 1977-81 1993-97 1991-95 1988-92 1979-83 2004-08 1992-96 1994-98

Gms. 108 107 101 110 111 103 93 115 107 105 111 101 96 98 105 94 109 112 109 113 119

FGA 1568 1517 1439 1221 1206 1112 1060 1043 1034 994 938 901 891 877 849 843 840 838 813 763 763

Three-Point Attempts Gms. 110 115 109 111 111 103 83 55 119 113 34 110 34 60 60 117 29 103 94 58

3Pt 271 250 170 159 133 123 102 97 93 91 77 69 65 63 61 59 55 52 50 49

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

Free Throws Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Name Julie Szukalski Janet Whitney Karen Peets Selena Ho Charmon Logan Eden Palacio Jane Romberg-Geiger Nancy Dinges Joy Dana Gillian d’Hondt Tine Freil Gretchen Meinhardt Janet Otto Sonya Monroe Kate McAllister Lainie Bebber Natasha Norris Sheri Bates Kelsey Lavender Connie Blaisure Cathy Lauritzen

Field Goal Percentage

Name Nancy Dinges Selena Ho Kelsey Lavender Tine Freil Eden Palacio Charmon Logan Jessie Menkens Cathy Lauritzen Jacklyn O’Connor Connie Blaisure Jake Kelly Amy VanHollebeke Martha Yarbrough Gretchen Tiernan Paloma Moriana Erica McKenzie Sue Will Jasmine Dana Charlene Alden Corinne Wong

Years 2000-04 1998-02 2004-08 1989-93 1996-00 1987-91 2003-06 1994-98 1991-93 1992-96 2006-08 2007-09 1996-00 2008-10 1993-95 2009-10 1994-96 2006-10 1989-91 2000-04

Gms. 115 110 109 111 103 111 83 119 55 113 34 60 110 34 60 29 47 103 58 117

FT 399 382 346 333 326 318 314 297 274 273 261 231 218 218 212 199 198 189 189 186

Rk 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

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Name Julie Szukalski Gillian d’Hondt Kate McAllister Janet Whitney Tine Freil Eden Palacio Selena Ho Gretchen Meinhardt Sheri Bates Jane Romberg-Geiger Millie Kimpton Lainie Bebber Natasha Norris Shellie Linden Joy Dana Corinne Wong Connie Blaisure Tina Sanerivi Vanessa Dupont Sarah Yarbrough Karen Peets

Years 1986-90 2000-04 1993-97 1982-86 1989-93 1996-00 1998-02 1984-88 1979-83 1980-85 1998-01 1991-95 1988-92 1982-86 1980-84 2000-04 1992-96 2004-06 1999-03 1995-99 1977-81

Gms. 108 105 105 107 111 103 110 101 112 93 84 94 109 100 107 117 113 54 108 97 101

FGM-FGA 223-312 110-198 456-849 443-843 143-273 145-280 226-440 509-994 207-407 241-475 196-388 423-840 131-265 764-1568 184-379 243-502 433-901 489-1034 262-558 153-326

Pct. .715 .556 .537 .526 .524 .518 .514 .512 .509 .507 .505 .504 .494 .487 .485 .484 .481 .473 .470 .469

Three-Point Percentage

3PA 668 667 569 448 384 381 360 300 252 249 240 231 207 203 198 183 169 168 157 155

Free Throw Attempts Gms. 108 110 111 105 107 103 112 105 93 101 84 94 109 100 117 113 107 110 97 60

Minimum 100 made Field Goals Rk Name Years 1 Larelle Hendon 1975-78 2 Natasha McAtee 1992-93 3 Kate McAllister 1993-97 4 Lainie Bebber 1991-95 5 Shannon Reed 1992-94 6 Kim McDonald 1977-81 7 Missy Ross 1994-96 8 Gillian d’Hondt 2000-04 9 Sandy Hoge 1993-95 10 Emma Head 2006-10 11 Ahshalic Johnson 1999-03 12 Natasha Norris 1988-92 13 Leslie Cox 1993-96 14 Julie Szukalski 1986-90 15 Vanessa Dupont 1999-03 16 Lena Petersson 1988-91 17 Gretchen Meinhardt 1984-88 18 Joy Dana 1980-84 19 Karen Dawkins 2005-09 20 Renee Brown 1981-83

Minimum 30 made Three-Pointers Rk Name Years 1 Selena Ho 1998-02 2 Prim Walters 1985-89 3 Jacklyn O’Connor 1991-93 4 Corinne Wong 2000-04 5 Nancy Dinges 2000-04 6 Connie Blaisure 1992-96 7 Tine Freil 1989-93 8 Charmon Logan 1987-91 9 Eliza Dy 2009-10 10 Martha Yarbrough 1996-00 11 Jessica Brantley 2003-06 12 Dana Zimmerman 2004-06 13 Janae Young 2007-09 14 Jake Kelly 2006-08 15 Sarah Yarbrough 1995-99 16 Eden Palacio 1996-00 17 Gretchen Tiernan 2008-10 18 Charlene Alden 1989-91 19 Christina Randall 1991-96 20 Cathy Lauritzen 1994-98

3PM-3PA 271-667 50-124 97-252 59-155 250-668 91-249 159-448 133-381 30-89 69-207 33-101 48-148 47-145 77-240 33-103 123-384 65-203 49-157 33-106 93-300

Pct. .406 .403 .385 .381 .374 .365 .355 .349 .337 .333 .327 .324 .324 .321 .320 .320 .320 .312 .311 .310

Free Throw Percentage

FTA 584 550 510 479 479 469 464 427 423 354 351 336 308 303 297 289 287 276 270 262 262

Minimum 100 made Free Throws Rk Name Years 1 Selena Ho 1998-02 2 Sandy Kline 1981-84 3 Jane Romberg-Geiger 1980-85 4 Amy VanHollebeke 2007-09 5 Cathy Lauritzen 1994-98 6 Millie Kimpton 1998-01 7 Sheri Bates 1979-83 8 Dolinda Meeker 1998-02 9 Charmon Logan 1987-91 10 Corinne Wong 2000-04 11 Nancy Dinges 2000-04 12 Martha Yarbrough 1996-00 13 Jessica Brantley 2003-06 14 Prim Walters 1985-89 15 Andrea Nederostek 2000-04 16 Lena Petersson 1988-91 17 Tine Freil 1989-93 18 Janet Otto 1982-86 19 Sarah Yarbrough 1995-99 20 Shellie Linden 1982-86

FTM-FTA 382-464 138-178 274-354 157-207 138-185 261-351 314-423 146-198 169-230 212-289 105-144 189-260 101-139 129-178 133-184 146-202 346-479 166-230 189-262 218-303

Pct. .823 .775 .774 .758 .746 .744 .742 .737 .735 .734 .729 .727 .727 .725 .723 .723 .722 .722 .721 .719

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• Career Rebounding Leaders • Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 54 55 56 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 69 71 72 73 74 75

Rebounds

Name Julie Szukalski Karen Peets Janet Whitney Jane Romberg Joy Dana Janet Otto Gillian d’Hondt Sonya Monroe Kate McAllister Tine Freil Lainie Bebber Gretchen Meinhardt Sarah Yarbrough Natasha Norris Andrea Nederostek Whitney Price Millie Kimpton Emma Head Janae Young Connie Blaisure Nancy Dinges Karen Dawkins Charlotte Soeeberg Martha Yarbrough Dolinda Meeker Lena Petersson Carolina Ruiz Eden Palacio Missy Ross Corinne Wong Ahshalic Johnson Vanessa Dupont Cathy Lauritzen Karen Jacobsen Sandy Hoge Suzanne Parker Sheri Bates Charmon Logan Selena Ho Annette Dirac Tina Sanerivi Prim Walters Michele Sasaki Christina Randall Chante Guggia Shellie Linden Jasmine Dana Larelle Hendon Sandy Kline Leanne Perez Renee Brown Kim McDonald Jessica Brantley Leslie Cox Kathy Dufour Amber Simmons Amanda Svensson Mischa Clark Charlene Alden Amy VanHollebeke Debbie Geyser Tracy Glandon Toni Glandon Karen Vesecky Kelsey Lavender Alicia Smith Paloma Moriana Jessie Menkens Jennifer Fath Sue Will Marcia Roberts Michelle McDonald Shannon Reed Tyler Moran Jayne Gibson

Years 1986-90 1977-81 1982-86 1980-85 1980-84 1982-86 2000-04 1977-81 1993-97 1989-93 1991-95 1984-88 1995-99 1988-92 2000-04 2006-09 1998-01 2006-10 2007-09 1992-96 2000-04 2005-09 1988-92 1996-00 1998-02 1988-91 2004-06 1996-00 1994-96 2000-04 1999-03 1999-03 1994-98 1979-83 1993-95 1985-89 1979-83 1987-91 1998-02 1991-93 2004-06 1985-89 1985-89 1991-96 1996-00 1982-86 2006-10 1975-78 1981-84 1976-79 1981-83 1977-81 2003-06 1993-96 1979-82 2008-09 1997-01 1999-03 1989-91 2007-09 1986-88 1979-83 1977-82 1992-94 2004-08 2000-04 1993-95 2003-06 2007-10 1994-96 1975-78 1978-80 1992-94 2004-08 1980-81

Off-Def. 177-781 na na na na na 246-420 na 221-390 141-461 183-373 na 160-376 193-341 134-381 204-296 166-329 199-261 145-307 152-295 147-296 142-296 168-263 133-296 153-256 136-270 130-256 116-268 114-264 134-241 138-232 131-237 112-237 na 136-209 24-318 na 76-264 58-277 68-251 96-218 24-270 19-275 89-192 95-184 na 119-143 na na na na na 82-133 53-155 na 80-121 79-122 80-119 38-154 35-156 na na na 60-120 38-140 45-132 44-131 45-130 37-128 39-126 na na 65-80 63-79 na

Rebs 958 949 849 791 770 688 666 636 611 602 556 555 536 534 515 500 495 460 452 447 443 438 431 429 409 406 386 384 378 375 370 368 349 345 345 342 341 340 335 319 314 294 294 281 279 264 262 254 249 244 237 215 215 208 207 201 201 199 192 191 189 187 181 180 178 177 175 175 165 165 162 153 145 142 140

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75

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Rebounds Per Game

Name Kim McDonald Karen Peets Julie Szukalski Jane Romberg Janet Whitney Janae Young Joy Dana Janet Otto Carolina Ruiz Amber Simmons Annette Dirac Sonya Monroe Missy Ross Gillian d’Hondt Jayne Gibson Whitney Price Lainie Bebber Millie Kimpton Kate McAllister Tina Sanerivi Karen Dawkins Sarah Yarbrough Gretchen Meinhardt Sandy Hoge Tine Freil Jerise Freeman Theresa Flores Natasha Norris Andrea Nederostek Lena Petersson Natasha McAtee Larelle Hendon Christina Ahmann Emma Head Renee Brown Karen Jacobsen Leanne Perez Michelle McDonald Ricque Luttges Kendall Rodriguez Charlotte Soeeberg Connie Blaisure Angie Altermatt Kathy Roberts Martha Yarbrough Dolinda Meeker Nancy Dinges Eden Palacio Jake Kelly Debbie Geyser Ahshalic Johnson Sue Will Christina Thompson Jordan Rogers Vanessa Dupont Sandy Kline Claire McLeod Charlene Alden Karen Vesecky Suzanne Parker Corinne Wong Brandi Ashmore Amy VanHollebeke Prim Walters Charmon Logan Leslie Cox Marcia Roberts Selena Ho Sheri Bates Carmetta Malone Chante Guggia Cathy Lauritzen Paloma Moriana Shannon Reed Christina Randall

Years 1977-81 1977-81 1986-90 1980-85 1982-86 2007-09 1980-84 1982-86 2004-06 2008-09 1991-93 1977-81 1994-96 2000-04 1980-81 2006-09 1991-95 1998-01 1993-97 2004-06 2005-09 1995-99 1984-88 1993-95 1989-93 2006-07 1979-81 1988-92 2000-04 1988-91 1992-93 1975-78 1987-88 2006-10 1981-83 1979-83 1976-79 1978-80 1985-88 2009-10 1988-92 1992-96 1979-80 1977-78 1996-00 1998-02 2000-04 1996-00 2006-08 1986-88 1999-03 1994-96 2008-10 2009-10 1999-03 1981-84 2008-10 1989-91 1992-94 1985-89 2000-04 1991-92 2007-09 1985-89 1987-91 1993-96 1975-78 1998-02 1979-83 1992-93 1996-00 1994-98 1993-95 1992-94 1991-96

Gms. 21 101 108 93 107 60 107 96 54 30 49 98 59 105 23 83 94 84 105 54 79 97 101 63 111 25 28 109 106 84 27 56 5 110 57 83 59 37 33 29 107 113 27 24 110 106 115 103 34 52 104 47 36 29 108 75 38 58 55 106 117 26 60 94 111 68 53 110 112 7 95 119 60 51 101

RPG 10.2 9.4 8.9 8.5 7.9 7.5 7.2 7.2 7.1 6.7 6.5 6.5 6.4 6.3 6.1 6.0 5.9 5.9 5.8 5.8 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.0 4.9 4.9 4.9 4.8 4.6 4.5 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.1 4.0 4.0 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.7 3.7 3.6 3.6 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.9 2.9 2.9 2.8 2.8

Offensive Rebounds

(From 1998-89 to Present) Rk Name 1 Gillian d’Hondt 2 Kate McAllister 3 Whitney Price 4 Emma Head 5 Natasha Norris 6 Lainie Bebber 7 Julie Szukalski 8 Charlotte Soeeberg 9 Millie Kimpton 10 Sarah Yarbrough 11 Dolinda Meeker 12 Connie Blaisure 13 Nancy Dinges 14 Janae Young 15 Karen Dawkins 16 Tine Freil 17 Ahshalic Johnson 18 Lena Petersson Sandy Hoge 20 Andrea Nederostek Corinne Wong 22 Martha Yarbrough 23 Vanessa Dupont 24 Carolina Ruiz 25 Jasmine Dana 26 Eden Palacio 27 Missy Ross 28 Cathy Lauritzen 29 Tina Sanerivi 30 Chante Guggia 31 Christina Randall 32 Jessica Brantley 33 Mischa Clark Amber Simmons 35 Amanda Svensson

Years 2000-04 1993-97 2006-09 2006-10 1988-92 1991-95 1986-90 1988-92 1998-01 1995-99 1998-02 1992-96 2000-04 2007-09 2005-09 1989-93 1999-03 1988-91 1993-95 2000-04 2000-04 1996-00 1999-03 2004-06 2006-10 1996-00 1994-96 1994-98 2004-06 1996-00 1991-96 2003-06 1999-03 2008-09 1997-01

Off.-Def. 246-420 221-390 204-296 199-261 193-341 183-373 177-781 168-263 166-329 160-376 153-256 152-295 147-296 145-307 142-296 141-461 138-232 136-270 136-209 134-381 134-241 133-296 131-237 130-256 119-143 116-268 114-264 112-237 96-218 95-184 89-192 82-133 80-119 80-121 79-122

OR 246 221 204 199 193 183 177 168 166 160 153 152 147 145 142 141 138 136 136 134 134 133 131 130 119 116 114 112 96 95 89 82 80 80 79

Defensive Rebounds

(From 1998-89 to Present) Rk Name 1 Tine Freil 2 Gillian d’Hondt 3 Kate McAllister 4 Andrea Nederostek 5 Sarah Yarbrough 6 Lainie Bebber 7 Natasha Norris 8 Millie Kimpton 9 Janae Young Martha Yarbrough Nancy Dinges Karen Dawkins 13 Whitney Price 14 Connie Blaisure 15 Selena Ho Lena Petersson 17 Eden Palacio 18 Missy Ross 19 Charlotte Soeeberg 20 Emma Head Dolinda Meeker 22 Carolina Ruiz 23 Annette Dirac 24 Corinne Wong 25 Cathy Lauritzen Vanessa Dupont 27 Ahshalic Johnson 28 Tina Sanerivi 29 Sandy Hoge 30 Christina Randall 31 Chante Guggia 32 Amy VanHollebeke 33 Leslie Cox 34 Charlene Alden 35 Jasmine Dana

Years 1989-93 2000-04 1993-97 2000-04 1995-99 1991-95 1988-92 1998-01 2007-09 1996-00 2000-04 2005-09 2006-09 1992-96 1998-02 1988-91 1996-00 1994-96 1988-92 2006-10 1998-02 2004-06 1991-93 2000-04 1994-98 1999-03 1999-03 2004-06 1993-95 1991-96 1996-00 2007-09 1993-96 1989-91 2006-10

Off-.Def. 141-461 246-420 221-390 134-381 16-376 183-373 193-341 166-329 145-307 133-296 147-296 142-296 204-296 152-295 58-277 136-270 116-268 114-264 168-263 199-261 153-256 13-256 68-251 134-241 112-237 131-237 138-232 96-218 136-209 89-192 95-184 35-156 53-155 38-154 119-143

DR 461 420 390 381 376 373 341 329 307 296 296 296 296 295 277 270 268 264 263 261 256 256 251 241 237 237 232 218 209 192 184 156 155 154 143

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• Career Hustle Leaders • Assists

Since 1979-80 Rk Name 1 Tine Freil 2 Corinne Wong 3 Michele Sasaki 4 Selena Ho 5 Shellie Linden 6 Sheri Bates 7 Mary Lary 8 Charmon Logan 9 Paloma Moriana 10 Dolinda Meeker 11 Prim Walters 12 Tina Miteko 13 Natasha Norris 14 Amy VanHollebeke 15 Christina Randall 16 Sandy Kline 17 Suzanne Parker 18 Kelsey Lavender 19 Debbie Geyser 20 Connie Blaisure

Years 1989-93 2000-04 1985-89 1998-02 1982-86 1979-83 1983-85 1987-91 1993-95 1998-02 1985-89 1993-96 1988-92 2007-09 1991-96 1981-84 1985-89 2004-08 1986-88 1992-96

Assists Per Game

111 117 110 110 100 112 51 111 60 106 94 81 109 60 101 75 106 109 52 113

Asst. 1088 465 437 430 385 346 263 260 258 255 247 229 222 215 207 202 201 200 196 189

Steals

Since 1980-81 Rk Name 1 Tine Freil 2 Sheri Bates 3 Julie Szukalski 4 Dolinda Meeker 5 Shellie Linden 6 Janet Whitney Corinne Wong 8 Eden Palacio 9 Prim Walters 10 Selena Ho 11 Michele Sasaki 12 Natasha Norris 13 Charmon Logan Sandy Kline 15 Janae Young Mary Lary 17 Connie Blaisure 18 Annette Dirac 19 Gretchen Meinhardt 20 Lainie Bebber

Years 1989-93 1979-83 1986-90 1998-02 1982-86 1982-86 2000-04 1996-00 1985-89 1998-02 1985-89 1988-92 1987-91 1981-84 2007-09 1983-85 1992-96 1991-93 1984-88 1991-95

Years 1986-90 1993-96 2000-04 1991-95 2000-04 1980-85 2006-10 1995-99 2000-04 2004-06 1984-88 2005-09 2001-06 1994-96 1992-94 1988-92 1999-03 1996-00 1989-93 1982-86

Years 1989-93 1983-85 1993-95 2000-04 1985-89 1998-02 1982-86 1986-88 2007-09 1991-93 2009-10 2004-06 1979-83 1993-96 1981-84 1985-89 1994-96 1998-02 1997-99 1987-91 1992-94

Gms. 111 51 60 117 110 110 100 52 60 49 29 54 112 81 75 94 47 106 49 111 55

Games Played APG 9.8 5.2 4.3 4 4 3.9 3.9 3.8 3.6 3.5 3.3 3.3 3.1 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.3 2.3

Steals Per Game

111 112 108 106 100 107 117 103 94 110 110 109 111 75 60 51 113 49 101 94

Stls 320 219 180 165 153 146 146 145 141 135 131 122 119 119 118 118 117 116 115 109

Blocks

Since 1980-81 Rk Name 1 Julie Szukalski 2 Leslie Cox 3 Alicia Smith 4 Lainie Bebber 5 Gillian d’Hondt 6 Jane Romberg-Geiger 7 Emma Head 8 Sarah Yarbrough 9 Andrea Nederostek 10 Carolina Ruiz 11 Gretchen Meinhardt 12 Karen Dawkins 13 Darlene Gibbard 14 Missy Ross 15 Shannon Reed 16 Natasha Norris 17 Ahshalic Johnson 18 Chante Guggia Tine Freil 20 Janet Whitney

Minimum 100 Assists Rk Name 1 Tine Freil 2 Mary Lary 3 Paloma Moriana 4 Corinne Wong 5 Michele Sasaki 6 Selena Ho 7 Shellie Linden 8 Debbie Geyser 9 Amy VanHollebeke 10 Annette Dirac 11 Eliza Dy 12 Charity Czerwinski 13 Sheri Bates 14 Tina Miteko 15 Sandy Kline 16 Prim Walters 17 Sue Will 18 Dolinda Meeker 19 Jennifer Miller Charmon Logan Karen Vesecky Minimum 50 steals Rk Name 1 Tine Freil 2 Annette Dirac 3 Mary Lary 4 Janae Young 5 Debbie Geyser 6 Sheri Bates 7 Julie Szukalski 8 Sandy Kline 9 Jake Kelly 10 Dolinda Meeker 11 Shellie Linden 12 Prim Walters 13 Erica McKenzie 14 Missy Ross 15 Eden Palacio 16 Janet Whitney 17 Corinne Wong 18 Paloma Moriana 19 Selena Ho 20 Carolina Ruiz Michele Sasaki Charlene Alden Lainie Bebber Amy VanHollebeke

Years 1989-93 1991-93 1983-85 2007-09 1986-88 1979-83 1986-90 1981-84 2006-08 1998-02 1982-86 1985-89 2009-10 1994-96 1996-00 1982-86 2000-04 1993-95 1998-02 2004-06 1985-89 1989-91 1991-95 2007-09

Gms. 111 49 51 60 52 112 108 75 34 106 100 94 29 59 103 107 117 60 110 54 110 58 94 60

Gms. 108 68 96 94 105 93 110 97 106 54 101 79 103 59 51 109 104 95 111 107

Blks 108 100 87 82 81 78 76 71 61 58 55 47 41 38 35 33 30 29 29 28

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Gms. 68 54 108 23 96 94 30 105 93 97 110 51 30 59 36 79 106 29 101 58

8

12 14 16

20 23

SPG 2.9 2.4 2.3 2 2 2 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2

Blocks Per Game

Minimum 20 Blocks Rk Name 1 Leslie Cox 2 Carolina Ruiz 3 Julie Szukalski 4 Jayne Gibson 5 Alicia Smith 6 Lainie Bebber 7 Amber Simmons 8 Gillian d’Hondt 9 Jane Romberg-Geiger 10 Sarah Yarbrough 11 Emma Head 12 Shannon Reed 13 Jasmine Ewing 14 Missy Ross 15 Christina Thompson 16 Karen Dawkins 17 Andrea Nederostek 18 Jordan Rogers 19 Gretchen Meinhardt 20 Charlene Alden

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6

BPG 1.5 1.1 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.4

26 27 30 33 34 35

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 8

12 14 16

20 23 26 27 30 33 34 35

Name Cathy Lauritzen Corinne Wong Nancy Dinges Connie Blaisure Sheri Bates Charmon Logan Tine Freil Emma Head Michele Sasaki Selena Ho Martha Yarbrough Kelsey Lavender Natasha Norris Vanessa Dupont Julie Szukalski Janet Whitney Amanda Svensson Charlotte Soeeberg Joy Dana Suzanne Parker Andrea Nederostek Dolinda Meeker Gillian d’Hondt Kim Lung Kate McAllister Ahshalic Johnson Eden Palacio Darlene Gibbard Jasmine Dana Christina Randall Gretchen Meinhardt Karen Peets Shellie Linden Sonya Monroe Toni Glandon Sarah Yarbrough

Years 1994-98 2000-04 2000-04 1992-96 1979-83 1987-91 1989-93 2006-10 1985-89 1998-02 1996-00 2004-08 1988-92 1999-03 1986-90 1982-86 1997-01 1988-92 1980-84 1985-89 2000-04 1998-02 2000-04 1979-83 1993-97 1999-03 1996-00 2001-06 2006-10 1991-92,93-96 1984-88 1977-81 1982-86 1977-81 1977-78,79-82 1995-99

Games Started

Name Cathy Lauritzen Corinne Wong Nancy Dinges Connie Blaisure Sheri Bates Charmon Logan Tine Freil Emma Head Michele Sasaki Selena Ho Martha Yarbrough Kelsey Lavender Natasha Norris Vanessa Dupont Julie Szukalski Janet Whitney Amanda Svensson Charlotte Soeeberg Joy Dana Suzanne Parker Andrea Nederostek Dolinda Meeker Gillian d’Hondt Kim Lung Kate McAllister Ahshalic Johnson Eden Palacio Darlene Gibbard Jasmine Dana Christina Randall Gretchen Meinhardt Karen Peets Shellie Linden Sonya Monroe Toni Glandon Sarah Yarbrough

Years 1994-98 2000-04 2000-04 1992-96 1979-83 1987-91 1989-93 2006-10 1985-89 1998-02 1996-00 2004-08 1988-92 1999-03 1986-90 1982-86 1997-01 1988-92 1980-84 1985-89 2000-04 1998-02 2000-04 1979-83 1993-97 1999-03 1996-00 2001-06 2006-10 1991-92,93-96 1984-88 1977-81 1982-86 1977-81 1977-78,79-82 1995-99

GP 119 117 115 113 112 111 111 110 110 110 110 109 109 108 108 107 107 107 107 106 106 106 105 105 105 104 103 103 103 101 101 101 100 98 97 97

GS 119 117 115 113 112 111 111 110 110 110 110 109 109 108 108 107 107 107 107 106 106 106 105 105 105 104 103 103 103 101 101 101 100 98 97 97

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• S i n g l e - S e a s o n R e c o r ds • Points Rk 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10

Name Kate McAllister Janet Whitney Julie Szukalski Julie Szukalski Amber Simmons Julie Szukalski Charlene Alden Natasha Norris Janet Whitney Julie Szukalski

Year 1995-96 1985-86 1988-89 1986-87 2008-09 1987-88 1990-91 1991-92 1983-84 1989-90

Three-Point Percentage

Cl Jr Sr Jr Fr Sr So Sr Sr So Sr

Gms. 30 28 28 28 30 27 28 27 26 25

Pts 564 517 498 498 492 480 475 471 465 451

Minimum 50 attempts Rk Name 1 Tine Freil 2 Selena Ho 3 Sue Will 4 Eden Palacio 5 Connie Blaisure 6 Charmon Logan 7 Selena Ho 8 Jacklyn O’Connor 9 Nancy Dinges 10 Charmon Logan

Points Per Game Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6

Name Kate McAllister Janet Whitney Julie Szukalski Karen Peets Janet Whitney Julie Szukalski Julie Szukalski 8 Julie Szukalski 9 Kim McDonald 10 Natasha Norris Jane Romberg-Geiger

Year 1995-96 1985-86 1989-90 1978-79 1983-84 1986-87 1988-89 1987-88 1977-78 1991-92 1981-82

Cl Jr Sr Sr So So Fr Jr So Fr Sr So

Name Kate McAllister Janet Whitney Julie Szukalski Julie Szukalski Amber Simmons Karen Peets Janet Whitney 8 Natasha Norris 9 Charlene Alden 10 Julie Szukalski

Gms. 30 28 25 23 26 28 28 27 19 27 7

Pts 18.8 18.5 18.0 18.0 17.9 17.8 17.8 17.8 17.6 17.4 17.4

Rk 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10

Gms. 30 28 28 27 30 23 26 27 28 28

FG 221 212 201 199 189 187 187 186 185 184

5 7 9 10

Name Selena Ho Kelsey Lavender Nancy Dinges Selena Ho Nancy Dinges Tine Freil Nancy Dinges Selena Ho Selena Ho Gretchen Tiernan

Years 1999-00 2007-08 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 1991-92 2003-04 1998-99 2000-01 2008-09

Cl So Sr So Sr Jr Jr Sr Fr Jr So

Pct. .500 .451 .442 .430 .423 .417 .409 .406 .405 .402

Rk Name 1 Julie Szukalski 2 Julie Szukalski Kate McAllister 4 Emma Head 5 Kate McAllister Gillian d’Hondt 7 Whitney Price Amber Simmons 9 Sandy Hoge 10 Natasha Norris

Years 1996-97 1986-87 1995-96 2000-01 1994-95 2008-09 1992-93 1982-83 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00

Cl Sr Fr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Fr So

FGM-FGA 104-171 61-107 221-388 72-127 88-156 158-282 110-198 141-258 156-286 66-122 80-148

Years 2000-01 1986-87 1998-99 1998-99 2000-01 1996-97 1980-81 1983-84 2001-02 2008-09

Cl Jr So Jr Fr Sr Jr So RJr Sr Sr

Pct. .608 .570 .570 .567 .564 .560 .556 .547 .545 .541 .541

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Name Karen Peets Joy Dana Karen Peets Janet Otto Julie Szukalski Jane Romberg-Geiger Kate McAllister Julie Szukalski Julie Szukalski Kate McAllister

Years Cl 1978-79 So 1981-82 So 1977-78 Fr 1984-85 Jr 1986-87 Fr 1984-85 RSr 1995-96 Jr 1988-89 Jr 1989-90 Sr 1996-97 Sr

Gms. 27 28 30 28 35 30 26 27 26 27 29

FTA 142 130 122 122 120 108 107 104 103 101 101

3PA 74 72 70 70 67 67 64 64 63 59

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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Name Karen Peets Karen Peets Kim McDonald Larelle Hendon Sonya Monroe Janet Otto Julie Szukalski Jane Romberg-Geiger Julie Szukalski Jane Romberg-Geiger

Years Cl 1978-79 So 1977-78 Fr 1977-78 Fr 1976-77 So 1978-79 So 1984-85 Jr 1989-90 Sr 1981-82 So 1986-87 Fr 1984-85 RSr

Cl Sr Jr Jr Sr So So Jr Sr Jr Sr

Off-Def 90-150 87-155 87-157 86-95 81-152 81-131 80-111 80-121 79-133 77-126

Off 90 87 87 86 81 81 80 80 79 77

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6

Name Kate McAllister Janae Young Julie Szukalski Kate McAllister Janae Young Missy Ross Julie Szukalski 8 Andrea Nederostek 9 Karen Dawkins 10 Sandy Hoge

FTM-FTA 100-111 64-75 65-77 101-124 122-151 60-75 64-80 70-88 80-101 75-95

Years 1995-96 2008-09 1988-89 1996-97 2007-08 1995-96 1989-90 2003-04 2006-07 1993-94

Cl Jr Sr Jr So Jr Fr Sr Sr So Jr

Off-Def 87-157 74-156 87-155 81-152 71-151 65-150 90-150 47-142 57-137 79-133

Off 157 156 155 152 151 150 150 142 137 133

Assists Pct. .901 .853 .844 .815 .808 .800 .800 .795 .792 .789

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Name Tine Freil Tine Freil Tine Freil Tine Freil Tina Miteko Paloma Moriana Corinne Wong Mary Lary Corinne Wong 10 Selena Ho

Years 1989-90 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1995-96 1994-95 2003-04 1984-85 2002-03 2001-02

Cl Fr Sr Jr So Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr Sr

Gms Assts 29 321 26 272 28 251 28 244 30 166 35 160 29 155 27 150 30 150 30 145

Cl Jr Fr Sr Jr Sr So Jr Jr So Sr

Gms. 31 29 26 28 27 28 30 27 28 27

Stls 104 97 79 75 69 69 65 64 63 62

Years Cl 1995-96 RSr 1984-85 RSr 1988-89 Jr 1994-95 RJr 1993-94 Jr 2003-04 Sr 2009-10 Sr 2001-02 So 2004-05 Jr 2005-06 Sr

Gms. 30 27 28 35 28 29 29 30 27 27

Blks 55 50 50 42 40 39 34 32 29 29

Steals Gms. 23 31 24 27 28 27 30 28 25 27

Reb 308 285 278 276 262 252 244 242 240 233

Rebounds Per Game Gms. 29 30 30 30 28 28 29 27 24 29

Years 1989-90 1988-89 1995-96 2009-10 1996-97 2001-02 2007-08 2008-09 1993-94 1991-92

Defensive Rebounds

Rebounds

Three-Pointers Rk 1 2 3

Name Kate McAllister Julie Szukalski Kate McAllister Millie Kimpton Paloma Moriana Amber Simmons Tine Freil Sheri Bates Eden Palacio Selena Ho Selena Ho

Minimum 75 attempts Rk Name 1 Selena Ho 2 Debbie Geyser 3 Martha Yarbrough 4 Selena Ho 5 Millie Kimpton 6 Cathy Lauritzen 7 Sheri Bates 8 Jane Romberg-Geiger 9 Selena Ho 10 Amy VanHollebeke

Field Goal Percentage Cl So Fr Jr So Fr Jr Jr So So Jr Jr

3PM-3PA 34-68 64-142 34-77 34-79 41-97 55-132 63-154 56-138 49-121 39-97

Free Throw Percentage

Years Cl 1995-96 Jr 1985-86 Sr 1988-89 Jr 1987-88 So 2008-09 RSr 1978-79 So 1983-84 So 1991-92 Sr 1990-91 Sr 1986-87 Fr

Minimum 50 made Field Goals Rk Name Years 1 Larelle Hendon 1976-77 2 Brandi Ashmore 1991-92 3 Kate McAllister 1995-96 4 Kate McAllister 1994-95 5 Ahshalic Johnson 1999-00 6 Lainie Bebber 1993-94 7 Natasha McAtee 1992-93 8 Lainie Bebber 1992-93 9 Gillian d’Hondt 2001-02 10 Vanessa Dupont 2001-02 Emma Head 2007-08

Cl So Fr Sr Fr Jr Jr Jr Jr Fr So

Free Throws

Field Goals Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6

Years 1990-91 1998-99 1994-95 1996-97 1994-95 1989-90 2000-01 1991-92 2000-01 1988-89

Offensive Rebounds

Gms. 23 24 19 18 20 27 25 7 28 27

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

Name Sheri Bates Tine Freil Tine Freil Tine Freil Mary Lary Tine Freil Janae Young Annette Dirac Debbie Geyser Sheri Bates

Years 1981-82 1989-90 1992-93 1991-92 1984-85 1990-91 2007-08 1991-92 1986-87 1982-83

Blocks RPG 13.4 11.6 11.3 10.9 10.6 10.2 9.6 9.6 9.4 9.3

Rk Name 1 Leslie Cox 2 Jane Romberg-Geiger Julie Szukalski 4 Leslie Cox 5 Lainie Bebber 6 Alicia Smith 7 Emma Head 8 Gillian d’Hondt 9 Carolina Ruiz Carolina Ruiz

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• S i n g l e - S e a s o n T e a m R e c o r ds • Points Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1994-95 1981-82 2001-02 1989-90 1995-96 2007-08 1982-83 1980-81 2000-01 1999-00

Field Goals Gms. 35 31 30 30 30 30 27 27 28 29

Pts 2393 2230 2136 2124 2092 2083 2040 1988 1967 1956

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Points Per Game Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Year 1982-83 1980-81 1983-84 1981-82 1992-93 2001-02 1989-90 2000-01 1993-94 1990-91

Gms. 27 27 26 31 27 30 30 28 28 28

PPG 75.6 73.6 72.2 71.9 71.5 71.2 70.8 70.2 69.8 69.8

Year Gms. PPGA Pts 1978-79 24 54.9  1318  1985-86 20  75.8  1516  1997-98 27  62.0  1675  1979-80 27  62.2  1680  1992-93 27  62.8  1696  2006-07 25  68.2  1706  1998-99 27  63.2  1707  1980-81 27  65.0  1754  1999-00 29  61.7  1788  2004-05 27  67.4  1821 

Gms. 31 35 30 27 30 27 30 27 28 26

FG 909 860 828 797 787 784 775 746 737 728

Field Goal Att. Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Points Allowed Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1981-82 1994-95 1989-90 1982-83 2001-02 1980-81 1995-96 1992-93 1990-91 1983-84

Three Point Att.

Year 1981-82 1994-95 1982-83 1989-90 1980-81 2001-02 2007-08 1986-87 2009-10 1984-85

Gms. 31 35 27 30 27 30 30 28 29 27

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1992-93 1994-95 1993-94 1995-96 1989-90 1988-89 1990-91 2001-02 1983-84 1980-81

FG-FGA 746-1605 860-1860 714-1554 775-1690 828-1850 687-1545 737-1664 787-1782 728-1653 784-1787

FGA 2114 1860 1854 1850 1787 1782 1781 1770 1762 1762

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1978-79 1999-00 2002-03 1997-98 1979-80 1992-93 1998-99 2001-02 1980-81 1994-95

Gms. 24 29  30  27  27  27  27  30  27  35 

Pts 54.9 61.7  61.7  62.0  62.2  62.8  63.2  63.9  65.0  65.1 

Scoring Margin Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 2002-03 2001-02 1992-93 1999-00 1994-95 2008-09 1993-94 1990-91 2000-01 1983-84

PPG PPGA Mar. 71.2 61.7 9.5 70.2 63.9 6.3 69 62.8 6.2 67.1 61.7 5.4 69.8 65.1 4.7 69.4 66.2 3.2 71.5 68.4 3.1 70.8 68.4 2.4 67.4 65.3 2.1 75.6 73.8 1.8

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1978-79 2002-03 1992-93 1997-98 2001-02 1998-99 1990-91 2003-04 1999-00 1979-80

FGA 550 654  633  615  680  594  736  686  631  688 

FGA 1674 1734  1637  1571  1704  1482  1826  1701  1557  1684 

Pct .465 .462 .459 .459 .448 .445 .443 .442 .440 .439

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Gms. 29 30 25 28 29 27 30 30 28 29

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Year 1988-89 2000-01 2001-02 1994-95 1991-92 1999-00 2003-04 1998-99 1992-93 1990-91

3P-3A 67-164 164-427 156-429 121-341 144-409 162-467 140-411 157-462 125-370 114-340

Pct .409 .384 .364 .355 .352 .347 .341 .340 .338 .335

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Year 1994-95 1982-83 1981-82 2002-03 2008-09 1984-85 1995-96 2007-08 2001-02 10 1978-79

Pct .329 .377  .387  .391  .399  .401  .403  .403  .405  .409 

Year 1994-95 2000-01 1998-99 1999-00 1996-97 1986-87 1993-94 1995-96 1982-83 2002-03

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1994-95 1999-00 2000-01 1995-96 1982-83 2002-03 1998-99 1996-97 1993-94 1981-82

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1983-84 1986-87 1998-99 2000-01 1992-93 1990-91 1993-94 1988-89 1989-90 1996-97

Gms. 35 28 27 29 27 28 28 30 27 30

FT 552 519 506 480 470 466 462 447 446 445

Gms. 35 29 28 30 27 30 27 27 28 31

FT-FTA 422-571 466-639 506-695 519-727 314-443 365-521 462-666 335-483 390-565 470-683

Gms. 35 27 31 30 30 27 30 30 30 24

Rebs 1316 1304 1230 1211 1210 1206 1195 1176 1176 1162

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1978-79 1982-83 1984-85 1983-84 1980-81 2002-03 2008-09 1995-96 1981-82 1986-87

Gms. 24 27 27 26 27 30 30 30 31 28

RPG 48.4 48.3 44.7 42.5 40.5 40.4 40.3 39.8 39.7 39.4

Rk 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10

FTA 866 732 727 726 701 700 695 683 666 654

Pct .739 .729 .728 .714 .709 .701 .694 .694 .690 .688

Year 1978-79 1982-83 2008-09 1980-81 1983-84 2002-03 2001-02 1994-95 1996-97 1995-96

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Year 2008-09 1994-95 2001-02 2007-08 1999-00 2002-03 2009-10 1995-96 2000-01 1993-94

RPG RPGA Mar. 48.4 36.5 11.9 48.3 39.7 8.6 40.3 35.0 5.3 40.5 36.0 4.5 42.5 38.0 4.5 40.4 36.4 4.0 39.2 35.9 3.3 37.6 34.9 2.7 35.6 33.0 2.6 39.8 37.6 2.2

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1994-95 1995-96 2002-03 2008-09 2007-08 2001-02 2003-04 1999-00 2000-01 1992-93

Pts 561 552 538 501 495 474 473 465 452 443

Year 1982-83 1981-82 1994-95 1989-90 1980-81 1999-00 2009-10 1986-87 2007-08 1987-88

Gms. 27 31 35 30 27 29 29 28 30 28

Pts 391 353 322 313 298 279 277 274 256 256

Off-Def. 452-758 432-884 422-754 419-757 416-691 399-812 394-672 380-815 368-687 366-671

Off-Def 432-884 380-815 399-812 452-758 419-757 422-754 320-709 416-691 368-687 322-684

Year 1995-96 1984-85 2009-10 2002-03 2003-04 1993-94 2001-02 1994-95 2007-08 1992-93

Gms. 30 27 29 30 29 28 30 35 30 27

Pts 110 109 106 105 101 100 93 88 77 73

Wins Off 452 432 422 419 416 399 394 380 368 366

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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

Gms. 30 27 30 30 35 28 28 28 28 29

Blocks

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

Year 1989-90 1992-93 1995-96 2001-02 1994-95 1991-92 1990-91 1986-87 1993-94 2003-04

Steals

Reb. Margin

Free Throw Pct 3P 195 189 164 164 162 157 156 144 144 140

Assists

Rebounds/Game

Free Throw Att.

Three-Pointers Rk Year 1 2009-10 2 2007-08 3 2006-07 2000-01 5 1999-00 6 1998-99 7 2001-02 8 2008-09 1991-92 10 2003-04

3PA 659 592 589 481 467 462 429 427 411 409

Free Throws

Pts Allowed/Game Field Goal Pct Def. Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Gms. 29 25 30 30 29 27 30 28 29 28

Three-Point Pct

Field Goal Pct Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 2009-10 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 1999-00 1998-99 2001-02 2000-01 2003-04 1991-92

Rebounds

Year 1980-81 1994-95 1992-93 2001-02 1995-96 1999-00 2000-01 1979-80 1993-94 2002-03

Gms. 27 35 27 30 30 29 28 27 28 30

W-L 20-7 20-15 19-8 19-11 18-12 18-11 17-11 16-11 16-12 16-14

Win Percentage Def 884 815 812 758 757 754 709 691 687 684

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Year 1980-81 1992-93 2001-02 1999-00 2000-01 1995-96 1979-80 1994-95 1993-94 1990-91

Gms. 27 27 30 29 28 30 27 35 28 28

W-L 20-7 19-8 19-11 18-11 17-11 18-12 16-11 20-15 16-12 15-13

Pct .741 .704 .633 .621 .607 .600 .593 .571 .571 .556

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Scoring 46 43 41 40 39 36 34 34 34 34 34 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 30

Kate McAllister..................... vs Long Beach State......................2/23/96 Eden Palacio......................... vs Long Beach State......................2/28/98 Gretchen Meinhardt.............. vs Portland State..........................12/5/87 Julie Szukalski...................... vs Long Beach State......................3/10/90 Natasha Norris...................... vs Fresno State...............................3/8/92 Charmon Logan..................... vs San Jose State............................2/3/90 Gillian d'Hondt..................... vs Idaho.......................................3/12/04 Eden Palacio......................... vs UC Irvine..................................2/25/00 Lainie Bebber....................... vs Hawai'i....................................2/26/94 Charmon Logan..................... vs San Diego State..........................3/4/89 Julie Szukalski...................... vs UC Santa Barbara.....................2/22/88 Amber Simmons.................... vs Long Beach State........................2/7/09 Carolina Ruiz........................ vs Cal State Fullerton....................2/16/06 Charmon Logan..................... vs New Mexico State.....................2/20/91 Karen Peets.......................... vs USF..........................................2/14/81 Selena Ho ............................ vs Gonzaga.................................11/24/01 Julie Szukalski...................... vs UNLV..........................................2/8/88 Gretchen Meinhardt.............. vs Cal State Fullerton......................1/2/88 Janet Whitney....................... vs Arizona.......................................1/4/84 Jennifer Fath......................... vs Cal Poly....................................1/24/08 Julie Szukalski...................... vs UNLV........................................2/28/87 Janet Whitney....................... vs Sonoma State.........................11/20/84 Kim McDonald...................... vs Stanford...................................1/17/78 Christina Thompson............... vs Cal State Fullerton......................1/4/10

20 Assists 22 21 18 17 17 16 16 16 16 15 15 15

Karen Peets......................... vs Cal State Hayward.....................12/1/78 Tine Freil.............................. vs Wichita State..........................12/14/90 Tine Freil.............................. vs Fresno State...............................3/8/92 Tine Freil.............................. vs San Jose State..........................2/19/90 Tine Freil.............................. vs UC Santa Barbara.....................2/13/93 Tine Freil.............................. vs Nevada.......................................3/6/93 Tine Freil.............................. vs Eastern Illinois........................11/30/91 Tine Freil.............................. vs New Mexico State.....................2/20/91 Tine Freil.............................. vs Long Beach State......................1/13/90 Tine Freil.............................. vs San Diego State........................2/17/90 Tine Freil.............................. vs St. Mary's..............................12/30/91 Tine Freil.............................. vs Cal State Fullerton......................1/4/91 Tine Freil.............................. vs UC Irvine....................................3/7/90

Field Goals 19 Kate McAllister.........................................................................2/23/96 Field Goal Attempts 19 Kate McAllister.........................................................................2/23/96 Field Goal Pecentage (min. 8 attempts) 1.000 Karen Peets (14-14)...............................................................2/14/81 1.000 Karen Vesecky (8-8)...............................................................1/25/94 1.000 Alissa Tarsiuk (8-8)...............................................................1/30/03 Free Throws 14 Lainie Bebber...........................................................................1/31/94 14 Gillian d’Hondt............................................................................2/5/04 Free Throw Attempts 20 Gillian d’Hondt............................................................................2/5/04 Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts) 1.000 Amy Van Hollebeke (12-12).....................................................12/27/07 1.000 Jane Romber-Geiger (12-12)........................................................1/5/85 1.000 Kate McAllister(12-12).............................................................2/29/96 1.000 Jessica Brantley(11-11)............................................................2/21/04 Three-Pointers 9 Eden Palacio........................................................................................ 2/28/98 Three-Point Attempts 15 Erica McKenzie..................................................................................... 2/13/10

Team Game Highs

Kate McAllister (left) set the Pacific record with 46 points against Long Beach State on Feb. 23, 1996. Karen Peets (right) hauled in a Tiger record 28 rebounds against Cal State Hayward (now East Bay) in 1977. Rebounding 28 Karen Peets.......................... vs Cal State Hayward.....................12/9/77 27 Janet Otto............................. vs UC Riverside.............................12/2/84 25 Janet Otto............................. vs Sonoma State.........................11/30/84 25 Sonya Monroe....................... vs Cal State Stanislaus..................12/8/77 24 Jane Geiger........................... vs Sonoma State.........................11/30/84 22 Karen Peets.......................... vs Cal State Stanislaus................12/28/78 22 Karen Peets.......................... vs Sacramento State.....................12/8/78 20 Natasha Norris...................... vs San Jose State..........................2/23/91 20 Joy Dana............................... vs Santa Clara................................2/4/82

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Points Scored (Total)......................... 110 (110-43) vs. Sonoma State, 11/30/84 Points Scored (Home)........................ 105 (105-13) vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 12/28/78 Points Scored (Road)......................... 100 (100-74) at Cal Poly, 11/19/83 Points Scored (Neutral)..................... 110 (110-43) vs. Sonoma State, 11/30/84 Largest Combined Score (Game)........ 207 (Long Beach St. 121, Pacific 86), 2/6/86 Field Goals Made (Game)................... 49 vs. Cal State Stanislaus, 12/28/78 Field Goal Attempts (Game)............... 92 (Two times)—Last vs. CSULA, 1/19/81 Field Goal Pct. (Game)..................... .702 vs. UC Irvine, 2/27/93 Free Throws Made (Game)............... 33 vs. San Jose State, 2/27/81 Free Throw Attempts (Game)............ 50 vs. UC Irvine, 2/5/04 Free Throw Percentage (Game)........ 1.000 (16-16) at Santa Clara, 12/12/06 Rebounds (Game).............................. 80 vs. Sonoma State, 11/30/84 Assists (Game).................................. 34 vs. Wichita State, 12/14/90 Steals (Game)................................... 25 vs. Hawai’i, 1/5/82

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• All-Time Roster • Name Years POS Hometown Ahmann, Christina 88 F Napa, CA Alden, Charlene 90 91 F Ponca City, OK Altermatt, Angie 80 Ashmore, Brandi 92 C Fair Oaks, CA Ayala, Mary 76 Bates, Sheri 80 81 82 83 G Walla Walla, WA Bava, Cindy 75 76 Beattie, Shelly 91 C Newark, CA Bebber, Lainie 92 93 94 95 F Healdsburg, CA Blair, Donna 77 G San Diego, CA Blaisure, Connie 93 94 95 96 F Binghamton, NY Botto, Debbie 77 78 F Stockton, CA Boynton, Tambi 76 77 Brantley, Jessica 04 05 06 F San Antonio, TX Bratcher, Nancy 79 G Fairfield, CA Brennan, Beckett 08 F Littleton, CO Brown, Patricia 88 89 G Chowchilla, CA Brown, Renee 82 83 F/C Vacaville, CA Bunz, Courtney 06 07 F Rocklin, CA Burgi, Fran 93 Bush, Marianne 76 Butler, Charessa 99 G Corcoran, CA Christoff, Andrea 90 91 92 C Tuscaloosa, AL 93 G Kalispell, MT Clark, Keri Clark, Mischa 00 01 02 03 G San Diego, CA Cox, Leslie 94 95 96 C Las Cruces, NM Crom, Cindy 83 84 G Fresno, CA Croslin, Sonja 78 F/C Sonora, CA Crossland, Brittany 04 G/F Santa Barbara, CA Czerwinski, Charity 05 06 G Cheyenne, WY Dana, Jasmine 07 08 09 10 G Bakersfield, CA Dana, Joy 81 82 83 84 C Colusa, CA 06 07 08 09 F Colorado Springs, CO Dawkins, Karen d’Hondt, Gillian 01 02 03 04 F/C Seattle, WA 01 02 03 04 G San Mateo, CA Dinges, Nancy Dirac, Annette 92 93 F Risskov, Denmark Dolezal, Ashley 04 05 06 F/C Burlingame, CA Donovan, Betsy 83 84 F Roseville, CA Dufour, Kathy 80 81 82 C Twain Harte, CA Dupont, Vanessa 00 01 02 03 F Burbank, CA Dy, Eliza 10 G Chino Hills, CA Elliot, Cheri 89 G Citrus Heights, CA Eubanks, Tia 04 05 06 C Kansas City, MO Ewing, Jasmine 03 04 G Tracy, CA Fairbrook, Peg 76 Fan, Pam 78 79 80 G San Jose, CA Fath, Jennifer 08 09 10 G Carrollton, TX Feely, Sarah 03 G Sunnyvale, CA Flores, Theresa 80 81 F Fremont, CA Fong, Mele 76 Freeman, Jerise 07 G Wichita, KS Freil, Tine 90 91 92 93 G Kastrup, Denmark George, Becky 86 G Winnemucca, NV Geyser, Debbie 87 88 G Brentwood, CA Gibbard, Darlene 02 03 04 05 06 C Taft, CA Gibson, Jayne 81 C Arvada, CO Glandon, Toni 78 80 81 82 G Sutter Creek, CA Glandon, Tracy 80 81 82 83 F Sutter Creek, CA Goldman, Laura 86 87 F Bethel Island, CA Green, Tanya 02 05 06 F Cupertino, CA Guggia, Chante 97 98 99 00 C Oxnard, CA Harmon, Calisha 95 96 G Oakland, CA Hart, Samantha 06 07 G/F Santa Cruz, CA Hathhorn, Kristi 79 G Anchorage, AK Head, Emma 07 08 09 10 F San Diego, CA Head, Sara 06 F/C Keller, TX Hendon, Larelle 76 77 78 F/C Crescent City, CA Hillman, Marquitta 04 05 06 G Russellville, AL Hinaman, Kathy 76 Hilton, Krystal 94 G Granbury, TX Hiraga, Karen 76 Ho, Selena 99 00 01 02 G Belmont, CA Hoge, Sandy 94 95 C Larned, KS Holt, Suzie 82 G Morgan Hill, CA Hyslop, Nicole 08 F Santa Barbara, CA

GP GS Min Avg FG FGA FG% 3FG 3A 3P% FT FTA FT% OR DR Reb RPG PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts PPG 5 0 0 0.0 8 20 .400 - - - 0 2 .000 21 4.2 9 0 0 0 1 1 16 3.2 58 58 1902 32.8 326 743 .439 49 157 .312 115 163 .706 38 154 192 3.3 0 0 102 113 26 69 816 14.1 27 27 0 0.0 83 179 .464 - - - 22 36 .611 106 3.9 55 0 14 37 0 0 188 7.0 26 5 442 17.0 61 107 .570 0 1 .000 37 53 .698 33 50 83 3.2 64 0 6 53 14 6 159 6.1 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 112 107 0 0.0 386 838 .461 - - - 314 423 .742 - - 341 3.0 340 18 346 346 2 219 1086 9.7 13 - - - 26 - - - - - 6 34 .176 - - - - 29 0 - - - - 58 4.5 27 3 366 13.6 27 65 .415 0 1 .000 23 38 .605 24 42 66 2.4 0 0 6 31 6 9 77 2.9 94 82 2565 27.3 443 843 .526 7 22 .318 231 336 .688 183 373 556 5.9 287 15 123 222 82 109 1124 12.0 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 113 87 2932 25.9 332 763 .435 91 249 .365 199 287 .693 152 295 447 4.0 161 4 189 277 9 117 954 8.4 42 - - - 83 224 .371 - - .000 68 141 .482 - - 90 2.1 - - - - - - 234 5.6 32 - - - 62 - - - - - 20 64 .313 - - *25 *1.4 *26 0 - - - - 144 4.5 79 24 1397 17.7 147 373 .394 33 101 .327 101 139 .727 82 133 215 2.7 94 0 86 169 10 47 428 5.4 2 0 - - 0 0 - - - - 0 0 - - - - - 0 0 - - - - 0 0.0 17 0 175 10.3 22 60 .367 19 54 .352 0 0 .000 5 5 10 0.6 9 0 9 11 0 1 63 3.7 6 0 0 0.0 5 10 .500 0 0 .000 0 3 .000 5 6 11 1.8 0 0 0 3 0 0 10 1.7 57 13 0 0.0 153 326 .469 - - - 101 187 .540 237 4.2 143 6 14 53 0 49 407 7.1 12 0 59 4.9 5 21 .238 0 0 .000 7 7 1.000 6 6 12 1.0 9 0 1 9 0 1 17 1.4 2 0 5 2.5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 9 - - - 18 - - - - - 5 14 .357 - - - - 11 0 - - - - 41 4.6 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 35 1 234 6.7 13 46 .283 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 12 24 36 1.0 8 0 2 12 1 2 26 0.7 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 94 21 1213 12.9 116 333 .348 9 55 .164 139 204 .681 80 119 199 2.1 72 0 96 125 2 43 380 4.0 68 12 933 13.7 131 265 .494 0 3 .000 59 102 .578 53 155 208 3.1 154 4 27 77 100 24 321 4.7 37 8 0 0.0 19 53 .358 - - - 9 15 .600 35 0.9 37 0 37 0 0 8 47 1.3 41 - - - 50 197 .254 - - - 25 67 .373 - - 101 2.5 *17 0 0 *44 0 0 125 3.0 26 3 238 9.2 20 64 .313 5 17 .294 13 34 .382 5 18 23 0.9 38 0 15 43 2 6 58 2.2 54 52 1476 27.3 50 200 .250 14 66 .212 82 108 .759 14 112 126 2.3 142 4 178 224 4 54 196 3.6 103 34 1979 19.2 117 373 .314 52 168 .310 67 96 .698 119 143 262 2.5 160 0 116 175 4 83 353 3.4 107 83 0 0.0 489 1034 .473 0 0 .000 198 297 .667 770 7.2 325 20 57 86 8 78 1176 11.0 79 39 1491 18.9 262 558 .470 0 0 .000 147 232 .634 142 296 438 5.5 165 5 36 155 47 48 671 8.5 105 91 2797 26.6 509 994 .512 0 0 .000 297 550 .540 246 420 666 6.3 354 17 149 294 81 89 1315 12.5 115 65 3172 27.6 420 1043 .403 250 668 .374 105 144 .729 147 296 443 3.9 203 2 152 200 5 100 1195 10.4 49 47 1665 34.0 212 492 .431 36 125 .288 60 92 .652 68 251 319 6.5 131 1 170 118 18 116 520 10.6 50 0 185 3.7 4 18 .222 0 2 .000 9 22 .409 15 35 50 1.0 33 0 4 10 2 3 17 0.3 24 1 0 0.0 13 33 .394 0 0 .000 15 32 .469 35 1.5 24 0 8 0 0 6 41 1.7 76 3 0 0.0 80 217 .369 0 0 .000 37 88 .420 207 2.7 98 4 36 94 0 26 197 2.6 108 17 1418 13.1 184 379 .485 0 1 .000 167 270 .619 131 237 368 3.4 205 1 41 116 25 50 535 5.0 29 17 811 28.0 86 264 .326 30 89 .337 35 48 .729 15 52 67 2.3 81 2 97 100 2 50 237 8.2 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 19 0 64 3.4 6 15 .400 0 0 .000 4 4 1.000 5 14 19 1.0 10 0 1 8 2 2 16 0.8 30 5 478 15.9 56 146 .384 9 28 .321 58 88 .659 25 48 73 2.4 61 1 46 60 20 21 179 6.0 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 62 20 - - 56 193 .290 - - - 24 47 .511 - - 65 1.0 80 0 *7 131 0 0 132 2.2 85 21 1405 16.5 185 454 .407 24 101 .238 134 199 .673 37 128 165 1.9 109 1 134 179 11 63 528 6.2 26 1 259 10.0 14 36 .389 5 14 .357 5 11 .455 4 23 27 1.0 20 0 29 24 4 5 38 1.5 28 0 0 0.0 57 187 .305 0 0 .000 38 65 .585 - - 138 4.9 79 3 19 102 0 0 152 5.4 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 25 13 667 26.7 69 190 .363 14 47 .298 69 101 .683 45 81 126 5.0 73 5 40 57 3 45 221 8.8 111 110 4130 37.2 393 938 .419 159 448 .355 346 479 .722 141 461 602 5.4 128 1 1088 623 29 320 1291 11.6 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 52 42 1727 33.2 201 511 .393 20 54 .370 98 121 .810 - - 189 3.6 136 3 196 139 7 102 520 10.0 103 5 716 7.0 52 129 .403 0 0 .000 36 67 .537 46 69 115 1.1 90 0 10 71 41 15 140 1.4 23 21 - - 118 252 .468 0 0 .000 92 134 .687 - - 140 6.1 84 9 15 52 22 32 328 14.3 97 23 - - 170 469 .362 0 0 .000 82 150 .547 - - 181 1.9 76 1 89 131 0 57 422 4.4 94 20 - - 225 586 .384 0 0 .000 56 77 .727 - - 187 2.0 133 1 69 113 0 37 506 5.4 23 1 267 11.6 16 31 .516 0 0 .000 21 31 .677 - - 23 1.0 32 0 6 17 0 5 53 2.3 63 4 718 11.4 51 155 .329 0 0 .000 67 104 .644 52 69 121 1.9 67 0 14 92 10 37 169 2.7 95 46 1783 18.8 153 380 .403 22 65 .338 146 235 .621 95 184 279 2.9 202 4 45 116 29 58 474 5.0 18 1 141 7.8 8 32 .250 0 0 .000 13 22 .591 4 3 7 0.4 9 0 9 31 0 11 29 .6 10 0 48 4.8 2 13 .154 2 11 .182 0 0 .000 4 4 8 0.8 3 0 1 2 2 1 6 0.6 20 18 - - 21 57 .368 - - - 10 15 .667 - - 41 2.1 23 - - 32 - - 52 2.6 110 58 1942 17.7 241 475 .507 0 1 .000 122 228 .535 199 261 460 4.2 298 14 47 147 76 83 604 5.5 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 56 - - - 223 - - - - - 94 188 .500 *254 *7.9 87 0 - - - - 540 9.6 51 2 255 5.0 29 92 .315 3 25 .120 14 26 .538 10 22 32 0.6 27 0 15 28 4 4 75 1.5 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6 0 14 2.3 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 0.3 1 0 1 6 0 0 4 0.7 1 0 - - 0 0 - - - - 0 0 - - - - - 0 0 - - - - 0 0.0 110 108 3590 32.6 499 1221 .409 271 667 .406 382 464 .823 58 277 335 3.0 231 5 430 329 4 135 1651 15.0 63 61 1422 22.6 207 407 .509 0 1 .000 145 205 .707 136 209 345 5.5 166 6 63 136 20 65 559 8.9 4 0 - - 0 8 .000 - - - 1 2 .500 - - 3 0.8 3 0 - 2 - 1 1 0.3 2 0 10 5.0 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0.0

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• All-Time Roster • Name Years POS Hometown GP GS Min Avg FG FGA FG% 3FG 3A 3P% FT FTA FT% OR DR Reb RPG PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts PPG Jackman, Luann 76 77 24 - - - 32 - - - - - 10 15 .667 - - *18 *1.8 *24 - - 21 - - 74 3.1 Jacobsen, Karen 80 81 82 83 G Fair Oaks, CA 83 35 0 0.0 223 523 .426 0 0 .000 159 248 .641 345 4.2 161 3 75 149 4 40 605 7.3 Jewell, Cindy 76 77 24 - - - 34 - - - - - 32 57 .561 - - *18 *1.1 *20 - - 32 - - 100 4.2 Jezycki, Denise 83 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 6 .167 3 3.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1.0 Johnson, Ahshalic 00 01 02 03 F/G Oakland, CA 104 75 1611 15.5 196 388 .505 0 10 .000 123 185 .665 138 232 370 3.6 269 6 101 194 30 83 515 5.0 Jones, Ashley 06 G Omaha, NE 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Jones, Janet 83 84 C Northridge, CA 17 1 130 7.6 22 74 .297 0 0 .000 17 28 .607 44 2.6 33 1 5 6 9 5 61 3.6 Jones, Wyvonne 07 G Wichita, KS 13 0 83 6.4 7 18 .389 2 6 .333 2 5 .400 4 13 17 1.3 1 0 6 16 0 8 18 1.4 Jorgensen, Jennifer 09 G/F Dayton, IA 2 0 6 3.0 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 3 3 1.000 1 1 2 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2.5 Kaohi, Jolynn 76 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Kellard, Kim 94 95 F Portsmouth, VA 15 0 42 2.8 3 15 .200 1 8 .125 0 1 .000 1 7 8 0.5 6 0 1 9 0 3 7 0.5 Kelley, Shannon 88 89 90 91 F Palo Alto, CA 57 1 248 4.4 39 102 .382 1 1 1.000 11 21 .524 49 0.9 7 0 18 45 3 16 90 1.6 Kelly, Jake 07 08 G Fair Oaks, CA 34 32 1028 30.2 130 380 .342 77 240 .321 46 66 .697 30 96 126 3.7 100 4 98 120 4 53 383 11.3 Kennedy, Ruth 86 G Oxnard, CA 16 0 102 6.4 5 21 .238 0 0 .000 3 7 .429 12 0.8 8 0 10 7 0 2 13 0.8 Kimpton, Millie 99 00 01 F Westminster, CO 84 63 2113 25.2 269 667 .403 27 76 .355 261 351 .744 166 329 495 5.9 257 14 62 184 24 87 826 9.8 King, Jolene 83 C/F Lodi, CA 6 0 0 0.0 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 7 1.2 4 0 1 0 0 1 6 1.0 Kline, Sandy 82 83 84 G Auburn, CA 75 59 0 0.0 181 688 .263 0 0 .000 138 178 .775 249 3.3 213 8 202 88 0 119 500 6.7 Kloppenberg, Donna 85 G/F Goleta, CA 26 0 293 11.3 23 63 .365 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 46 1.8 30 0 29 27 7 8 52 2.0 Labura, Lana 98 F/G Zagreb, Croatia 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Lahoda, Lori 93 94 C Klamath Falls, OR 13 0 46 3.5 10 18 .556 0 0 .000 4 7 .571 3 10 13 1.0 10 0 1 3 0 0 24 1.8 Lary, Mary 84 85 G Downey, CA 51 45 946 18.5 157 397 .395 0 0 .000 85 125 .680 139 2.7 181 7 263 130 5 118 399 7.8 Lauritzen, Cathy 95 96 97 98 F Fresno, CA 119 27 2272 19.1 302 763 .396 93 300 .310 138 185 .746 112 237 349 2.9 153 1 97 182 7 64 835 7.0 Lavender, Kelsey 05 06 07 08 G Lake Oswego, OR 109 59 2626 24.1 250 813 .308 170 569 .299 89 111 .802 38 140 178 1.6 173 0 200 191 15 99 759 7.0 76 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Lewis, Susan Lightle, Tracy 76 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Linden, Shellie 83 84 85 86 G Grass Valley, CA 100 80 2033 20.3 303 707 .429 0 0 .000 218 303 .719 264 2.6 203 5 385 250 11 153 824 8.2 Lloyd, Debbie 79 F Danville, CA 3 3 - - 0 2 .000 - - - 0 0 - - - - - 1 0 - 1 - - 0 0.0 Logan, Charmon 88 89 90 91 G Pleasanton, CA 111 96 1813 16.3 498 1206 .413 133 381 .349 169 230 .735 340 3.1 65 0 260 258 11 119 1298 11.7 97 98 99 00 G Garden City, CA 75 9 845 11.3 27 91 .297 0 5 .000 32 56 .571 11 64 75 1.0 45 0 107 128 0 48 86 1.1 Luckey, Allison Lung, Kim 80 81 82 83 G Kialua, HI 105 22 0 0.0 83 221 .376 0 0 .000 57 97 .588 109 1.0 117 2 141 85 0 52 223 2.1 Luttges, Ricque 86 87 88 F Reno, NV 33 13 613 18.6 35 129 .271 0 0 .000 49 88 .557 136 4.1 78 4 19 41 3 36 119 3.6 Madsen, Alicia 97 98 99 G Hickman, CA 10 0 27 2.7 0 5 .000 0 2 .000 4 8 .500 2 1 3 0.3 9 0 3 5 0 2 4 0.4 Malone, Carmetta 93 C/F Altus, OK 7 0 31 4.4 3 6 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 6 15 21 3.0 1 0 0 8 0 0 6 0.9 Martella, Jennifer 97 F Hughson, CA 13 0 88 6.8 8 12 .667 0 0 .000 9 13 .692 10 7 17 1.3 21 0 3 6 0 4 25 1.9 Martin, Karen 87 C Burney, CA 22 2 257 11.7 27 67 .403 0 0 .000 20 26 .769 - - 48 2.2 48 3 5 14 5 5 74 3.4 Mathews, Lisa 90 F Gainesville, FL 7 0 42 6.0 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 4 5 9 1.3 0 0 1 4 0 1 2 0.3 McAllister, Kate 94 95 96 97 C San Anselmo, CA 105 61 2579 24.6 456 849 .537 0 0 .000 333 510 .653 221 390 611 5.8 202 1 62 178 25 82 1245 11.9 93 F Ellsworth, KS 27 27 823 30.5 110 198 .556 0 0 .000 57 79 .722 49 75 124 4.6 72 2 35 73 10 21 277 10.3 McAtee, Natasha 90 91 F Tempe, AZ 57 1 607 10.6 58 147 .395 3 15 .200 13 18 .722 28 72 100 1.8 0 0 16 45 2 18 132 2.3 McCoskery, Molly McCusker, Angela 87 88 G Elsinore, CA 29 1 166 5.7 9 29 .310 0 0 .000 2 10 .200 - - 15 0.5 36 1 6 6 1 3 20 0.7 McDonald, Kim 78 81 F Redwood City, CA 21 - 0 0.0 145 280 .518 0 0 .000 44 73 .603 - - 215 10.2 62 0 - - - - 334 15.9 79 80 C Redwood City, CA 37 1 - - 71 194 .366 - - - 24 68 .353 - - 153 4.1 59 0 - 42 - - 166 4.5 McDonald, Michelle McIntire, Geri 93 94 G Colorado Springs, CO 52 15 836 16.1 56 208 .269 27 101 .267 43 63 .683 17 56 73 1.4 105 6 85 102 3 57 182 3.5 McKenzie, Erica 10 G Sparks, NV 29 23 739 25.5 91 265 .343 55 183 .301 25 42 .595 17 56 73 2.5 61 0 72 96 3 42 262 9.0 McLeod, Claire 09 10 G Melbourne, Australia 38 2 582 15.3 28 98 .286 2 18 .111 47 64 .734 47 79 126 3.3 62 1 28 50 5 20 105 2.8 McNamee, Lyndsay 06 F Stockton, CA 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Meeker, Dolinda 99 00 01 02 G Medford, OR 106 96 2835 26.7 234 665 .352 31 112 .277 146 198 .737 153 256 409 3.9 304 10 255 208 6 165 645 6.1 Meinhardt, Gretchen 85 86 87 88 C Huntington Beach, CA 101 72 2452 24.3 433 901 .481 0 0 .000 273 427 .639 - - 555 5.5 380 36 75 199 55 115 1139 11.3 54 6 800 14.8 40 116 .345 8 40 .200 18 26 .692 16 54 70 1.3 80 2 88 126 4 34 106 2.0 Melcher, Julie 05 06 G St. Paul, OR Menkens, Jessie 04 05 06 G Vancouver, WA 83 52 1846 22.2 175 605 .289 102 360 .283 51 67 .761 45 130 175 2.1 89 0 113 105 8 70 503 6.1 Mercier, Jakehima 01 02 G San Diego, CA 43 0 256 6.0 30 79 .380 2 9 .222 26 47 .553 18 36 54 1.3 51 0 20 32 2 19 88 2.0 Milgate, Paige 87 88 89 G Downieville, CA 66 12 757 11.5 64 209 .306 3 18 .167 21 31 .677 - - 81 1.2 93 1 63 69 5 39 152 2.3 Miller, Jennifer 98 99 G San Jose, CA 49 28 1007 20.6 34 100 .340 2 11 .182 53 79 .671 24 75 99 2.0 87 2 115 142 0 54 123 2.5 Miner, Gina 88 F Arnold, CA 11 0 0 0.0 2 5 .400 0 1 .000 2 2 1.000 - - 6 0.5 4 0 4 0 0 1 6 0.5 Miteko, Tina 94 95 96 G Athens, Greece 81 30 1449 17.9 83 205 .405 6 19 .316 95 165 .576 36 94 130 1.6 125 4 229 212 1 47 267 3.3 Monroe, Sonya 78 79 80 G Atwater, CA 98 57 - - 367 877 .418 - - - 157 260 .604 - - 636 6.5 173 0 75 230 *2 *29 891 9.1 Moore, Stephanie 96 97 G Stockton, CA 19 0 86 4.5 1 17 .059 1 7 .143 3 7 .429 2 4 6 0.3 10 0 10 14 1 3 6 0.3 Moran, Tyler 05 06 07 08 G Carmel, CA 96 23 922 9.6 66 184 .359 16 64 .250 45 72 .625 63 79 142 1.5 115 1 54 115 11 37 193 2.0 Moriana, Paloma 94 95 G Las Palmas, Canary Islands 60 60 1859 31.0 162 428 .379 61 198 .308 186 261 .713 44 131 175 2.9 149 2 258 255 3 74 571 9.5 Morris, Tammy 79 80 F Ceres, CA 21 1 - - 16 71 .225 - - - 13 28 .464 - - 39 1.9 43 0 - 34 - - 45 2.1 Murchison, Holly 04 F Brookyln, NY 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Nederostek, Andrea 01 02 03 04 C Lodi, CA 106 57 2019 19.0 249 553 .450 0 1 .000 133 184 .723 134 381 515 4.9 247 5 129 197 61 45 631 6.0 Nixon, Stacie 97 98 F Ramona, CA 7 0 29 4.1 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 1 4 5 0.7 5 0 2 3 0 0 2 0.3 Nolan, Dolores 76 14 - - - 55 - - - - - 12 21 .571 - - - - 33 0 - - - - 122 8.7 Norris, Natasha 89 90 91 92 F Los Angeles, CA 109 56 1938 17.8 423 840 .504 4 18 .222 218 308 .708 193 341 534 4.9 82 0 222 321 33 122 1068 9.8 O’Connor, Jacklyn 92 93 G San Mateo, CA 55 23 1186 21.6 134 361 .371 97 252 .385 16 21 .762 24 81 105 1.9 102 0 48 90 12 19 381 6.9 O’Rourke, Dori 80 82 F Fair Oaks, CA 29 - - - 24 68 .353 - - - 11 20 .550 - - 24 0.8 27 0 6 21 - 2 59 2.0 Olsen, Jennifer 97 98 99 G Fargo, ND 56 1 347 6.2 27 99 .273 16 60 .267 19 31 .613 20 27 47 0.8 39 0 30 35 0 16 89 1.6 Oswood, Dani 91 92 8 0 36 4.5 1 10 .100 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 3 4 0.5 0 0 3 1 1 1 2 0.3 Otto, Janet 83 84 85 86 F Combined Locks, CA 96 55 1589 16.6 379 891 .425 - - - 166 230 .722 - - 688 7.2 188 2 102 99 15 96 924 9.6 Palacio, Eden 97 98 99 00 G Culver City, CA 103 44 2465 23.9 399 1112 .359 123 384 .320 318 469 .678 116 268 384 3.7 305 9 155 329 21 145 1239 12.0 Parker, Suzanne 86 87 88 89 F Tracy, CA 106 43 1555 14.7 157 443 .354 0 5 .000 85 128 .664 - - 342 3.2 136 1 201 171 2 94 399 3.8 Peets, Karen 78 79 80 81 F Stockton, CA 101 75 - - 616 1439 .428 - - - 153 262 .584 - - 949 9.4 319 14 *110 *260 *8 *58 1385 13.7 Perez, Leanne 78 79 F Pleasant Grove, CA 59 21 - - 118 336 .351 - - - 67 146 .459 - - 244 4.1 *86 0 - *232 - - 303 5.1 Petersson, Lena 89 90 91 F Goteborg, Sweden 84 77 1681 20.0 243 502 .484 1 5 .200 146 202 .723 136 270 406 4.8 0 0 88 197 23 73 633 7.5

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• All-Time Roster • Name Years POS Hometown Phillips, Ann 77 78 F Los Angeles, CA Pounds, Lisa 91 G Los Angeles, CA Powell, Lori 81 82 G Merced, CA Price, Whitney 07 08 09 G/F Las Vegas, NV Quilantang, Felcia 77 G Ragsdale, Marianna 79 G Merced, CA Ramirez, Cheri 76 Randall, Christina 92 94 95 96 G Salinas, CA Ray, Felicia 78 G Quincy, CA Reed, Carol 76 Reed, Shannon 93 94 F Granbury, TX Roberts, Kathy 78 C Antioch, CA Roberts, Marcia 75 76 77 78 G/F Atherton, CA Roberts, Renee 07 08 G Lodi, CA Rodriguez, Kendall 10 G/F La Habra, CA Rogers, Jordan 10 F Sparks, NV Romberg-Geiger, Jane 81 82 83 84 85 C McKinleyville, CA Romero, Betsey 84 G/F Gridley, CA Ross, Missy 95 96 F Lacey, WA Ruiz, Carolina 05 06 F Paradise, CA Salmon, Lori 81 G Danbury, IA Sanerivi, Tina 05 06 C Waipahu, HI Sasaki, Michele 86 87 88 89 G Acampo, CA 86 F/C Westbury, NY Sauer, Stacy Schaumann, Rikke 92 F Virum, Denmark Schumaker, Karen 78 F/G Northridge, CA Simmons, Amber 09 F Chico, CA 00 01 02 03 04 C Beaverton, OR Smith, Alicia Smith, Shannon 98 99 G Tucson, AZ Soeeberg, Charlotte 89 90 91 92 C Albertslund, Denmark Stevens, Kelly 96 97 G Sparks, NV Stevens, Staci 86 G Ripon, CA Stigler, Shelle 03 G Arlington, TX Svensson, Amanda 98 99 00 01 C Santa Barbara, CA Swanson, Andrea 08 09 10 F Littleton, CO Szukalski, Julie 87 88 89 90 F Los Altos, CA 00 01 02 03 G/F Kent, WA Tarsiuk, Alissa Thomas, J. 76 Thomas, Shantel 10 F/C Sacramento, CA Thompson, Christina 09 10 F/C Sacramento, CA Tiernan, Gretchen 09 10 G Roseville, CA Toepfer, Jill 88 F Tracy, CA Ulloa, Ana 80 G Phoenix, CA VanDyke, Emily 96 C South Jordan, UT VanHollebeke, Amy 08 09 G San Diego, CA Vesecky, Karen 93 94 G Phoenix, AZ Walters, Prim 86 87 88 89 G Carson City, NV White, Arielle 10 G Los Angeles, CA White, Brittany 06 F/C Thornton, CO Whitenack, Melanie 82 83 86 G Mission Viejo, CA Whitney, Janet 83 84 85 86 F Fresno, CA Wilkerson, Kim 92 F Oregon City, OR Wilkinson, Jaimy 95 G San Diego, CA Will, Sue 94 95 96 G St. Petersburg, FL Williams, Becky 93 G Stockton, CA Williamson, Gail 77 F/G Wong, Corinne 01 02 03 04 G Clackamas, OR Yarbrough, Martha 97 98 99 00 F Kirkland, WA Yarbrough, Sarah 96 97 98 99 F Kirkland, WA Young, Janae 08 09 G Sacramento, CA Young, Laura 90 G Denver, CO Zeiszler, Nancy 77 G/F Zimmerman, Dana 05 06 G Redding, CA Zorzou, Anna 99 G/F Athens, Greece

GP GS Min Avg FG FGA FG% 3FG 3A 3P% FT FTA FT% OR DR Reb RPG PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts PPG 24 - - - 3 20 .150 - - - 0 7 .000 - - 36 1.5 *16 0 - - - - 7 0.3 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6 0 0 0.0 1 6 .167 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 - - 2 0.3 4 0 4 7 0 4 4 0.7 83 62 2077 25.0 86 258 .333 3 29 .103 116 175 .663 204 296 500 6.0 243 10 143 190 9 89 291 3.5 3 0 - - 0 1 .000 - - - 0 1 .000 - - 2 0.7 0 0 - 2 - - 0 0.0 21 20 - - 26 60 .433 - - - 13 19 684 - - 43 2.0 40 0 - 49 - - 65 3.1 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 101 38 1888 18.7 184 466 .395 33 106 .311 98 193 .508 89 192 281 2.8 234 9 207 244 17 93 499 4.9 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 51 3 843 16.5 143 273 .524 0 0 .000 45 69 .652 65 80 145 2.8 113 2 28 70 35 33 331 6.5 24 0 0 0.0 30 85 .353 0 0 .000 2 22 .091 - - 94 3.9 15 0 0 0 0 0 62 2.6 53 - - - 69 - - - - - 44 103 .427 - - 162 3.1 38 0 - *45 - - 182 3.4 38 0 433 11.4 33 122 .270 29 110 .264 4 7 .571 10 17 27 0.7 39 0 26 23 0 15 99 2.6 29 17 585 20.2 66 207 .319 30 102 .294 24 41 .585 33 86 119 4.1 51 2 33 81 13 25 186 6.4 29 7 529 18.2 45 147 .306 30 99 .303 29 48 .604 24 77 101 3.5 56 1 22 70 16 29 149 5.1 93 78 872 9.4 476 1060 .449 0 0 .000 274 354 .774 - - 791 8.5 211 6 145 161 71 92 1226 13.2 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 59 29 1411 23.9 226 440 .514 5 16 .313 110 189 .582 114 264 378 6.4 122 3 88 165 38 85 567 9.6 54 52 1430 26.5 172 402 .428 8 28 .286 70 122 .574 130 256 386 7.1 160 4 58 160 58 66 422 7.8 18 1 0 0.0 21 68 .309 0 0 .000 8 14 .571 - - 32 1.8 29 0 18 48 0 20 50 2.8 54 50 1404 26.0 224 484 .463 0 0 .000 150 276 .543 96 218 314 5.8 118 0 22 170 6 28 598 11.1 110 98 2565 23.3 243 675 .360 33 121 .273 169 239 .707 - - 294 2.7 198 5 437 309 3 131 688 6.3 11 0 89 8.1 4 11 .364 0 0 .000 3 7 .429 - - 19 1.7 6 0 1 3 1 4 11 1.0 15 0 83 5.5 7 18 .389 0 1 .000 4 6 .667 2 5 7 0.5 2 0 4 11 0 0 18 1.2 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 30 29 943 31.4 189 404 .468 6 27 .222 108 180 .600 80 121 201 6.7 83 6 41 109 24 40 492 16.4 96 37 1100 11.5 129 301 .429 0 0 .000 13 45 .289 45 132 177 1.8 131 3 14 65 87 15 271 2.8 39 14 477 12.2 37 102 .363 12 41 .293 13 20 .650 18 32 50 1.3 60 1 30 79 2 27 99 2.5 107 31 1451 13.6 226 527 .429 0 1 .000 99 163 .607 168 263 431 4.0 48 0 53 114 24 77 551 5.1 36 9 323 9.0 18 61 .295 6 28 .214 21 30 .700 11 23 34 0.9 34 1 21 50 0 14 63 1.8 4 0 23 5.8 2 9 .222 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 - - 2 0.5 0 0 2 3 1 1 4 1.0 12 0 93 7.8 8 21 .381 1 6 .167 5 10 .500 1 3 4 0.3 10 0 5 15 0 7 22 1.8 107 11 1337 12.5 119 287 .415 0 3 .000 57 100 .570 79 122 201 1.9 140 1 46 101 14 37 295 2.8 40 11 466 11.7 50 105 .476 3 8 .375 48 76 .632 27 43 70 1.8 51 0 8 42 8 15 151 3.8 108 103 *2333 *28.1 764 1568 .487 0 2 .000 399 584 .683 - - 958 8.9 196 7 79 198 108 180 1927 17.8 82 0 535 6.5 52 116 .448 17 49 .347 36 55 .655 33 77 110 1.3 70 0 34 61 4 10 157 1.9 3 0 - - 0 0 - - - - 1 4 .250 - - - - 2 0 - - - - 1.0 0.3 13 0 57 4.4 7 16 .438 0 1 .000 6 8 .750 2 2 4 0.3 6 0 1 5 5 3 20 1.5 36 2 570 15.8 124 266 .466 0 0 .000 73 116 .629 44 82 126 3.5 51 0 3 63 23 11 321 8.9 34 22 748 22.0 91 278 .327 65 203 .320 18 25 .720 22 52 74 2.2 66 1 32 64 2 30 265 7.8 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 21 - - - 19 57 .333 - - - 9 12 .750 - - 16 0.8 14 0 - 36 - - 47 2.2 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 60 59 1815 30.3 160 487 .329 63 231 .273 157 207 .758 35 156 191 3.2 111 1 215 198 1 69 540 9.0 55 54 1613 29.3 204 443 .460 0 4 .000 84 117 .718 60 120 180 3.3 153 5 125 126 15 54 492 8.9 94 63 1024 10.9 297 740 .401 50 124 .403 129 178 .725 - - 294 3.1 175 6 247 224 11 141 773 8.2 7 0 40 5.7 2 12 .167 1 5 .200 0 1 .000 0 5 5 0.7 8 0 4 5 0 2 5 0.7 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 58 3 14 0.2 82 224 .366 0 0 .000 39 57 .684 - - 57 1.0 79 2 70 64 0 20 203 3.5 107 99 1768 16.5 686 1517 .452 0 0 .000 326 479 .681 - - 849 7.9 305 13 124 121 28 146 1698 15.9 23 0 246 10.7 14 37 .378 3 9 .333 9 14 .643 6 17 23 1.0 19 0 9 18 0 6 40 1.7 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 47 30 1137 24.2 150 336 .446 42 169 .249 46 79 .582 39 126 165 3.5 108 4 118 108 5 36 388 8.3 1 0 3 3.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 5 - - - 0 87 .000 - - - 1 4 .250 - - 4 0.8 0 0 - 6 - - 1 0.2 117 80 3284 28.1 224 564 .397 59 155 .381 212 289 .734 134 241 375 3.2 250 7 465 420 4 146 719 6.1 110 67 2607 23.7 207 587 .353 69 207 .333 189 260 .727 133 296 429 3.9 153 1 178 280 16 87 672 6.1 97 78 2593 26.7 253 609 .415 33 103 .320 189 262 .721 160 376 536 5.5 228 9 106 233 71 71 728 7.5 60 58 1673 27.9 292 685 .426 47 145 .324 100 149 .671 145 307 452 7.5 221 19 75 200 20 118 731 12.2 10 0 64 6.4 4 16 .250 0 4 .000 2 8 .250 3 3 6 0.6 0 0 4 5 0 1 10 1.0 4 - - - 1 4 .250 - - - 0 2 .000 - - 1 0.3 0 0 - 4 - - 2 0.5 54 34 1048 19.4 102 296 .345 48 148 .324 70 124 .565 14 96 110 2.0 74 0 54 122 10 10 322 6.0 3 0 7 2.3 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

NOTES: Years listed by conference season (i.e. 2000-01 as 01). Four games from 1978-79 season missing. *Partial data shown Incomplete minutes from 1988-1989, 1975-1983 . Fouls from 1998-1991. Off/Def rebounds complete from 1989-present. Three point introduced 1987-88 season.

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• C o a c h i n g R e c o r ds • Season-By-Season

Year Coach 1975-76 Sue Conrad Jacy Showers 1976-77 1977-78 Jacy Showers 1978-79 Jacy Showers 1979-80 Mark French 1980-81 Mark French Mark French 1981-82 1982-83 Mark French Julie Sullivan 1983-84 1984-85 Julie Sullivan 1985-86 Julie Sullivan 1986-87 Julie Sullivan 1987-88 Julie Sullivan 1988-89 Melissa Taketa 1989-90 Melissa Taketa 1990-91 Melissa Taketa 1991-92 Melissa Taketa 1992-93 Melissa Taketa 1993-94 Melissa Taketa 1994-95 Melissa Taketa Melissa Taketa 1995-96 1996-97 Melissa Taketa 1997-98 Melissa Taketa Sherri Murrell 1998-99 Sherri Murrell 1999-00 2000-01 Sherri Murrell 2001-02 Sherri Murrell 2002-03 Craig Jackson Craig Jackson 2003-04 Craig Jackson 2004-05 2005-06 Craig Jackson Karen Weitz (Int.) 2006-07 Lynne Roberts Lynne Roberts 2007-08 2008-09 Lynne Roberts 2009-10 Lynne Roberts TOTALS

W-L 3-11 7-12 13-11 6-19 16-11 20-7 15-16 14-13 13-13 7-20 11-17 12-16 9-19 6-22 15-15 15-13 13-15 19-8 16-12 20-15 18-12 9-18 9-18 14-13 18-11 17-11 19-11 16-14 15-14 5-22 1-5 5-17 8-22 14-16 14-16 6-23 438-528

Career Coaching Summary

Coach Years Sue Conrad 1975-1976 Jacy Showers 1976-1979 Mark French 1980-1983 1984-1988 Julie Sullivan Melissa Taketa 1988-1998 Sherri Murrell 1998-2002 Craig Jackson 2002-2005 Karen Weitz (Interim) 2005-2006 2006- Lynne Roberts TOTALS

W-L 3-11 26-42 65-57 52-75 140-148 68-46 37-55 5-17 42-77 438-528

Pct. .214 .368 .542 .240 .593 .741 .484 .519 .500 .259 .393 .428 .321 .214 .500 .556 .464 .704 .571 .571 .600 .333 .333 .519 .621 .607 .633 .533 .517 .185 .167 .227 .266 .467 .467 .207 .453

PCT .214 .382 .580 .416 .486 .596 .402 .227 .353 .453

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Career Coaching Wins Leaders

Coach Years Melissa Taketa 1988-1998 Sherri Murrell 1998-2002 Mark French 1980-1983 Julie Sullivan 1984-1988 Lynne Roberts 2006- Craig Jackson 2002-2005 Jacy Showers 1976-1979 Karen Weitz (Interim) 2005-2006 Sue Conrad 1975-1976 TOTALS

W-L 140-148 68-46 65-57 52-75 42-77 37-55 26-42 5-17 3-11 438-528

PCT .486 .596 .580 .416 .353 .402 .382 .227 .214 .453

Career Coaching Percentage

Coach Years Sherri Murrell 1998-2002 Mark French 1980-1983 Melissa Taketa 1988-1998 Julie Sullivan 1984-1988 Craig Jackson 2002-2005 Jacy Showers 1976-1979 Lynne Roberts 2006- Karen Weitz (Interim) 2005-2006 1975-1976 Sue Conrad TOTALS

W-L 68-46 65-57 140-148 52-75 37-55 26-42 42-77 5-17 3-11 438-528

Most Winning Seasons

Coach Tenure Melissa Taketa 1988-1998 Sherri Murrell 1998-2002 Mark French 1980-1983 2002-2005 Craig Jackson Jacy Showers 1976-1979 Julie Sullivan 1984-1988 * - includes one .500 season

Winning Seas. *6 4 3 2 1 *1

PCT .596 .580 .486 .416 .402 .382 .353 .227 .214 .453

Consec. 4 4 2 2 1 1

Win/Loss Summary

All-Time Record..................................................... 438-528 All-Time Conf. Record............................................. 221-285 NCAC Record..................................................... 5-12 NorCal Record................................................... 20-40 NorPac Record................................................... 11-17 Big West Record................................................. 185-216 Highest Overall Winning Pct................................... .741 Lowest Overall Winning Pct..................................... .185 Highest Conf. Winning Pct...................................... .750 Lowest Conf. Winning Pct....................................... .000 Most Wins............................................................. 20 Most Losses.......................................................... 23 Most Conf. Wins.................................................... 13 Most Conf. Losses................................................. 16 Home Record ........................................................ 247-177 A.G. Spanos Center............................................ 187-120 Main Gym (Tiger Den)......................................... 61-57 Road Record.......................................................... 144-294 Neutral Site Record............................................... 46-57 Most Home Wins.................................................... 12 Fewest Home Wins................................................. 1 Most Home Losses................................................. 11 Fewest Home Losses.............................................. 2 Most Road Wins..................................................... 10 Fewest Road Wins.................................................. 0 2005-06 Most Road Losses.................................................. 13 Fewest Road Losses............................................... 4

(20-7 in 1980-81) (5-22 in 2004-05) (12-4 in 2001-02) (0-12 in 1978-79) 1980-81; 1994-95 2009-10 2003-04 2004-05

2008-09 1975-76 (3x) last in 1997-98 1990-91 1980-81 2006-07; 2009-10 1976-77; 1980-81; 1992-93

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• S t r e a k s & M a r g i n R e c o r ds • Consecutive Games Won Gms 9 9 9 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Year(s) 1980-81 1992-93 2002-03 1979-80 1980-81 1990-91 2001-02 2003-04 1977-78 1979-80 1981-82 1983-84 1994-95 1994-95 1995-96 2000-01

First Win Last Win Dec 2,1980 vs UC Davis Jan 3,1981 vs No. 18 Clemson Dec 5,1992 at Cal State Northridge Jan 9,1993 vs San Jose State Feb 8,2003 vs Cal State Northridge Mar 14,2003 vs Long Beach State Feb 2,1980 vs Santa Clara Feb 15,1980 at Fresno State Feb 10,1981 vs California Nov 19,1981 vs Iowa Feb 1,1991 vs UC Santa Barbara Feb 23,1991 vs San Jose State Feb 17,2002 at UC Irvine Mar 8,2002 vs UC Riverside Jan 3,2004 vs UC Riverside Jan 17,2004 vs Idaho* Dec 6,1977 vs Sonoma State Dec 29,1977 at Cal State Stanislaus Dec 14,1979 at Occidental Dec 15,1979 vs Santa Clara Nov 21,1981 vs Arizona Dec 11,1981 vs Chico State Dec 12,1983 at Cal Poly Jan 12,1984 vs Hawai’i Dec 3,1994 vs Montana State Dec 11,1994 vs Ohio Feb 26,1995 at UNLV Mar 9,1995 vs New Mexico State Dec 28,1995 at Cal State Northridge Jan 7,1996 at UNLV Feb 4,2001 vs Cal Poly Feb 18,2001 vs Idaho

Consecutive Home Games Won Gms Year(s) 14 2007-08, 2008-09 11 1982-83, 1983-84 10 1979-80 8 1990-91 State * 8 2002-03 8 2003-04 1977-78 6 6 1985-86 6 1992-93 6 1994-95, 1995-96 6 2001-02 ridge* 1981-82 5 1988-89, 1989-90 5 1993-94 5 5 1996-97 5 1998-99 5 1998-99, 1999-00

First Win Feb 14, 2008 vs Cal State Fullerton Jan 29, 1983 vs Washington* Feb 2, 1980 vs Santa Clara* Jan 4, 1991 vs Cal State Fullerton*

Last Win Jan 31, 2009 vs UC Davis Jan 12, 1984 vs Hawai’i Jan 3, 1981 vs No. 18 Clemson Feb 23, 1991 vs San Jose

Jan 16, 2003 vs Cal Poly* Dec 28, 2003 vs Iona Feb 4, 1978 vs San Francisco * Dec 10, 1985 vs San Jose State Dec 11, 1992 vs Sacramento State Jan 29, 1995 vs New Mexico State* Dec 15, 2001 vs Portland

Mar 6, 2003 vs Idaho* Feb 7, 2004 vs Long Beach State Dec 1, 1978 vs Cal State East Bay Feb 1, 1986 vs Cal State Fullerton Jan 9, 1993 vs San Jose State Dec 3, 1995 vs American Jan 30, 2002 vs Cal State North-

Feb 4, 1982 vs Santa Clara* Nov 18, 1982 vs San Francisco Mar 2, 1989 vs San Jose State * Dec 19, 1989 vs Georgia Tech Jan 15, 1994 vs Long Beach State* Feb 5, 1994 vs UC Irvine Jan 12, 1997 vs Cal State Fullerton* Feb 23, 1997 vs Long Beach State Jan 15, 1999 vs Nevada* Feb 12, 1999 vs Cal Poly* Feb 25, 1999 vs Boise State * Dec 18, 1999 vs Bradley

Consec. Games Lost 15 from 1/9/79 to 2/27/79 Consec. Conf. Games Won 7 from 2/8/03 to 3/6/01 Consec. Conf. Games Lost 15 from 2/24/78 to 1/9/80 ; 1/13/05 to 3/5/05 Consec. Home Games Lost 9 from 1/20/79 to 2/27/79 Consec. Road Games Won 5 from 12/5/80 to 1/9/81 Consec. Road Games Lost 24 from 1/13/05 to 11/26/06

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Margin of Victory

MOV 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 29 29 29 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 26 26 26 26 25 25 25

Date Mar. 3, 1992 Jan. 2, 1982 at Jan. 18, 2002 Feb. 3, 2002 at Feb. 2, 1980 Jan. 6, 1978 vs Feb. 21, 1978 Dec. 28, 1995 at Nov. 19, 1983 vs Dec. 5, 1992 at Dec. 14, 1990 Dec. 14, 1979 at Dec. 12, 1980 Jan. 3, 1994 at Dec. 8, 1990 vs Dec. 3, 1983 Jan. 2, 1993 Jan. 12, 2001 Feb. 27, 2003 at Feb. 14, 1981 Dec. 9, 1994 vs Dec. 12, 1983 at Dec. 1, 1998 Mar. 6, 2002 vs Mar. 1, 2003 at Jan. 7, 2000 Feb. 20, 1986 Dec. 28, 2000 Dec. 21, 1979 at Dec. 20, 1993 Nov. 19, 1982 at Jan. 7, 1989 at Jan. 30, 1993 at Feb. 13, 1976 at Jan. 4, 1996 Jan. 24, 1999 Dec. 4, 1981 vs

Opponent San Jose State * W UC Davis W UC Irvine * W Cal State Northridge* W Santa Clara* W Sonoma State W Delta JC W Cal State Northridge W San Francisco State W Cal State Northridge W Wichita State W Occidental W U.S. International W Nevada * W Cleveland St. W Chico State W Nevada* W Cal State Fullerton* W Cal State Fullerton* W San Francisco * W Idaho State W Cal Poly W San Francisco W Idaho W UC Riverside* W San Jose State W San Diego State * W Long Island W Sacramento State W New Mexico W Cal Poly W Portland W Cal St. Fullerton * W Sonoma State * W Cal State Fullerton* W Cal State Fullerton* W Colorado Women’s College W

Pac 78 91 72 92 75 69 69 75 80 69 100 65 93 81 88 84 79 71 82 94 84 91 78 72 79 77 102 72 72 85 100 72 70 63 75 89 96

Margin of Victory, Conference Games

54 44 43 40 39 37 34 33 32 32 32 32 29 28 28 28 28 27 27 26 26 25 25 24 24 24 24

Mar. 4, 1990 Jan. 2, 1990 at Feb. 9, 2001 at Jan. 8, 2002 Jan. 30, 2002 Jan. 30, 1992 Jan. 26, 2006 Jan. 17, 1978 Mar. 3, 1992 Jan. 18, 2002 Feb. 3, 2002 at Feb. 2, 1980 Jan. 3, 1994 at Jan. 2, 1993 Jan. 12, 2001 Feb. 27, 2003 at Feb. 14, 1981 Mar. 1, 2003 at Feb. 20, 1986 Jan. 30, 1993 at Feb. 13, 1976 at Jan. 4, 1996 Jan. 24, 1999 Mar. 3, 2001 at Jan. 16, 1991 at Jan. 15, 2009 Feb. 1, 2003

UC Irvine UC Irvine Cal State Fullerton Idaho Cal State Northridge UC Irvine Cal Poly Santa Clara San Jose State UC Irvine Cal State Northridge Santa Clara Nevada Nevada Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton San Francisco UC Riverside San Diego State Cal St. Fullerton Sonoma State Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton Cal Poly San Jose State UC Irvine Cal State Fullerton

* * * * * * * NCAC * * * NorCal * * * * NorCal * PCAA * NCAC * * * * * *

W 82 W 89 W 92 W 86 W 90 W 79 W 87 W 75 W 78 W 72 W 92 W 75 W 81 W 79 W 71 W 82 W 94 W 79 W 102 W 70 W 63 W 75 W 89 W 69 W 73 W 61 W 85

Opp 46 59 40 60 43 38 38 44 50 39 70 35 63 52 59 55 51 43 54 66 56 63 50 45 52 50 75 45 45 58 74 46 44 37 50 64 71

28 45 49 46 51 42 53 42 46 40 60 43 52 51 43 54 66 52 75 44 37 50 64 45 49 37 61

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• T e a m S c o r i n g R e c o r ds • Most Points Scored

Rk 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 16 18 21 23 24 28

Date Nov. 30, 1984 vs Dec. 28, 1978 Feb. 20, 1986 Dec. 19, 1983 Feb. 20, 1991 Dec. 14, 1990 Nov. 19, 1982 at Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 23, 1996 Nov. 13, 2007 Dec. 4, 1981 vs Nov. 29, 1986 Feb. 14, 1981 Dec. 30, 1980 Dec. 13, 1985 Dec. 12, 1980 Mar. 6, 2010 Feb. 9, 2001 at Dec. 11, 2002 Feb. 3, 2002 at Jan. 2, 1982 at Dec. 12, 1983 at Jan. 16, 1992 Feb. 17, 1981 at Jan. 30, 2002 Feb. 27, 1993 Mar. 6, 1996 vs Jan. 2, 1990 at Jan. 24, 1999 Feb. 13, 1992 at Jan. 24, 2008 Dec. 4, 1982 at

Opponent Sonoma State Cal State Stanislaus San Diego State * Seattle Pacific New Mexico State* Wichita State Cal Poly Long Beach State* 2OT Long Beach State* 2OT Cal State Stanislaus Colorado Women’s College San Francisco State San Francisco * Cal State East Bay San Francisco U.S. International Cal State Northridge* 2OT Cal State Fullerton* Sacramento State Cal State Northridge* UC Davis Cal Poly UC Santa Barbara* Nevada Cal State Northridge* UC Irvine * Long Beach State BWC UC Irvine * Cal State Fullerton* Long Beach State* OT Cal Poly* OT Pepperdine

Most Points Scored, Conference

Rk 1 2 3 5 6 7 9 10 12 16 17 20

Date Feb. 20, 1986 Feb. 20, 1991 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 23, 1996 Feb. 14, 1981 Mar. 6, 2010 Feb. 9, 2001 at Feb. 3, 2002 at Jan. 16, 1992 Jan. 30, 2002 Feb. 27, 1993 Jan. 2, 1990 at Jan. 24, 1999 Feb. 13, 1992 at Jan. 24, 2008 Feb. 13, 1993 Jan. 26, 2006 Mar. 8, 1992 Jan. 30, 2003 Jan. 8, 2002 Feb. 10, 1995 at Feb. 13, 1986 at

Opponent San Diego State * New Mexico State * Long Beach State * 2OT Long Beach State * 2OT San Francisco * Cal State Northridge * 2OT Cal State Fullerton * Cal State Northridge * UC Santa Barbara * Cal State Northridge * UC Irvine * UC Irvine * Cal State Fullerton * Long Beach State * OT Cal Poly * OT UC Santa Barbara * Cal Poly * Fresno State * UC Riverside * Idaho * Long Beach State * Long Beach State *

Most Points Allowed

Rk 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10

Date Dec. 3, 1976 at Feb. 6, 1976 at Dec. 9, 1975 Feb. 8, 1977 Dec. 12, 2003 at Nov. 21, 2004 at Jan. 11, 1977 at Dec. 4, 2004 at Dec. 11, 2004 at Jan. 9, 1976 at Jan. 15, 1977 at

Opponent Cal State Stanislaus Chico State JV San Francisco* California* No. 6 Stanford No. 7 Stanford California* No. 9 Duke Illinois Nevada Humboldt State*

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Res W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

Pac 110 105 102 101 101 100 100 98 98 96 96 94 94 94 94 93 93 92 92 92 91 91 91 90 90 90 90 89 89 89 89 89

Opp 43 13 75 63 78 70 74 92 95 55 71 53 66 80 80 63 89 49 50 60 59 63 86 37 51 73 80 45 64 85 88 97

Res Pac W 102 W 101 W 98 W 98 W 94 W 93 W 92 W 92 W 91 W 90 W 90 W 89 W 89 W 89 W 89 W 88 W 87 W 87 W 87 W 86 W 86 L 86

Opp 75 78 92 95 66 89 49 60 86 51 73 45 64 85 88 79 53 72 83 46 71 121

Res L L L L L L L L L L L

Opp 47 68 36 47 86 82 60 86 74 64 68

Pac 16 21 23 23 25 26 29 30 31 32 32

Fewest Points Allowed

Rk 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 14 19 22 23 25

Date Dec. 28, 1978 Mar. 4, 1990 Feb. 5, 1977 at Jan. 13, 1976 Jan. 10, 1976 at Dec. 9, 1977 vs Dec. 14, 1979 at Dec. 9, 1975 Feb. 10, 1978 Jan. 7, 1977 at Jan. 15, 2009 Feb. 13, 1976 at Feb. 17, 1981 at Dec. 7, 1976 at Feb. 1, 1977 at Jan. 6, 1978 vs Feb. 21, 1978 Dec. 19, 1998 at Dec. 5, 1999 Dec. 29, 1977 at Dec. 5, 1992 at Jan. 18, 2002 Jan. 7, 1978 vs Dec. 29, 1994 Feb. 18, 1978 Jan. 8, 2005 Mar. 6, 2003 Nov. 30, 2002 vs Feb. 28, 1978 at Jan. 17, 1978 Jan. 30, 1992 Jan. 7, 1981

Rk 1

Date Mar. 4, 1990 Feb. 5, 1977 at Dec. 9, 1975 Feb. 13, 1976 at Jan. 15, 2009 Jan. 7, 1977 at Jan. 18, 2002 Jan. 30, 1992 Jan. 17, 1978 Mar. 6, 2003 Jan. 8, 2005 Feb. 18, 1978 Feb. 2, 1980 Jan. 12, 2001 Jan. 30, 1993 at Feb. 14, 2009 at Jan. 2, 1990 at Mar. 3, 2001 at Jan. 20, 1991 Jan. 9, 1993 Jan. 8, 2002 Mar. 3, 1992

Rk 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10

Date Dec. 3, 1976 at Feb. 6, 1976 at Dec. 9, 1975 Feb. 8, 1977 Dec. 12, 2003 at Nov. 21, 2004 at Jan. 11, 1977 at Dec. 4, 2004 at Dec. 11, 2004 at Jan. 9, 1976 at Jan. 15, 1977 at

Opponent Cal State Stanislaus UC Irvine * Santa Clara* Cal State East Bay (JV) Nevada Cal State East Bay Occidental San Francisco* Sacramento CC Santa Clara* UC Irvine* Sonoma State * Nevada Delta College San Francisco Sonoma State Delta JC San Jose State San Diego Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Northridge UC Irvine * Fresno State Cal State Northridge Fresno State* UC Irvine* Idaho* St. Bonaventure American River JC Santa Clara* UC Irvine * Azusa-Pacific

Res Pac W 105 W 82 W 36 W 45 L 33 W 43 W 65 L 23 W 55 W 59 W 61 W 63 W 90 W 44 W 58 W 69 W 69 W 75 W 53 W 63 W 69 W 72 L 40 W 76 W 50 W 54 W 56 W 61 W 62 W 75 W 79 W 88

Fewest Points Allowed, Conference Opponent UC Irvine * Santa Clara * San Francisco * Sonoma State * UC Irvine * Santa Clara * UC Irvine * UC Irvine * Santa Clara * Idaho * UC Irvine * Fresno State * Santa Clara * Cal State Fullerton * Cal St. Fullerton * UC Irvine * UC Irvine * Cal Poly * Hawai’i * San Jose State * Idaho * San Jose State *

Fewest Points Scored

Opponent Cal State Stanislaus Chico State JV San Francisco* California* No. 6 Stanford No. 7 Stanford California* No. 9 Duke Illinois Nevada Humboldt State*

Opp 13 28 29 31 34 35 35 36 37 37 37 37 37 38 38 38 38 38 39 39 39 40 41 41 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42

Res W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Pac 82 36 23 63 61 59 72 79 75 56 54 50 75 71 70 48 89 69 62 57 86 78

Opp 28 29 36 37 37 37 40 42 42 42 42 42 43 43 44 44 45 45 45 45 46 46

Res L L L L L L L L L L L

Pac 16 21 23 23 25 26 29 30 31 32 32

Opp 47 68 36 47 86 82 60 86 74 64 68

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• S e r i e s R e c o r ds • pacific all-time series record 2010-11 opponents in bold

Alaska-Anchorage...................................1-0 American................................................1-1 American River JC....................................2-1 Arizona...................................................2-1 Arizona State...........................................0-1 Arkansas.................................................0-2 Azusa Pacific...........................................1-0 Baylor.....................................................0-1 Biola.......................................................1-1 Boise State.............................................5-3 Bradley...................................................1-1 Brigham Young........................................1-5 California..............................................2-21 Cal Poly...............................................26-16 Cal Poly Pomona......................................0-3 Cal State Bakersfield...............................0-2 Cal State Fullerton...............................32-22 Cal State Hayward...................................5-0 Cal State Hayward JV...............................1-0 Cal State Los Angeles..............................0-1 Cal State Northridge..............................14-8 Cal State Stanislaus................................7-4 Chico State.............................................5-1 Chico State JV.........................................1-0 Cleveland State.......................................1-0. Clemson..................................................1-1. Colorado.................................................0-2 Colorado State........................................1-1 Colorado Women's College.......................1-0 DeAnza JC...............................................0-2. Delta JC..................................................2-1 Duke.......................................................0-1 Eastern Illinois........................................1-0 Eastern Washington.................................1-3 Fairfield..................................................0-1 Feather River JC.......................................0-1 Fresno State........................................20-22 Georgia Tech...........................................1-0 George Mason.........................................0-1 Gonzaga..................................................2-1 Hawai'i.................................................8-25 Houston..................................................0-1 Humboldt State.......................................0-2 Idaho....................................................13-9 Idaho State.............................................3-0 Illinois....................................................0-1 Iona........................................................2-1 Iowa........................................................1-1 James Madison........................................1-1 Kansas....................................................0-1 Kentucky.................................................0-1 Lafayette.................................................1-0 Lamar.....................................................0-1 Long Beach State................................19-36 Long Island.............................................1-0 Louisiana State.......................................0-1 Loyola Marymount...................................1-0 Marquette...............................................0-1 Mercer....................................................0-1 Mississippi..............................................0-1 Monmouth..............................................0-1 Montana.................................................1-3 Montana State........................................1-5 Nebraska................................................0-1 Nevada................................................12-12 New Mexico.............................................1-1 New Mexico State..................................10-9 New Orleans............................................1-0

North Carolina.........................................0-1 North Dakota...........................................1-0 North Texas.............................................3-2 Northern Arizona.....................................2-3 Northern Colorado...................................1-1 Northern Illinois......................................1-0 Northwestern..........................................1-0 Notre Dame.............................................0-1 Occidental..............................................2-0 Ohio........................................................1-0 Ohio State...............................................1-0 Oklahoma State.......................................0-1 Oregon....................................................0-3 Oregon State...........................................0-4 Pepperdine.............................................0-3 Portland..................................................4-5 Portland State.........................................4-2 Princeton................................................1-0 Providence..............................................1-0 Purdue....................................................0-1 Rice........................................................0-2 Rocky Mountain College...........................1-0 Rutgers...................................................0-1 Sacramento City College..........................2-0 Sacramento State..................................13-6 Saint Bonaventure...................................1-0 Saint John's............................................0-1 Saint Joseph's.........................................0-1 Saint Mary's.........................................7-11 San Diego...............................................2-7 San Diego State.......................................5-6 San Francisco......................................10-17 San Francisco State.................................3-1 San Jose State.....................................30-13 San Jose State JV.....................................0-1 Santa Clara.........................................17-23 Seattle....................................................1-0 Seattle Pacific.........................................1-0 Sonoma State..........................................4-2 Southern Utah.........................................4-1 Stanford...............................................3-16 Stephen F. Austin.....................................0-2 Texas-Pan American.................................1-0 Texas-San Antonio...................................1-0 Texas Southern........................................2-0 Texas Tech...............................................0-3 UC Davis.................................................7-9 UC Irvine.............................................32-26 UCLA......................................................0-3 UC Riverside..........................................9-12 UC Santa Barbara................................16-47 UMBC.....................................................1-0 UNLV.....................................................8-19 U.S. International....................................5-1 Utah.......................................................1-2 Utah State..............................................4-3 Virginia...................................................0-1 Virginia Commonwealth...........................0-1 Wagner...................................................1-0 Washington.............................................1-3 Washington State....................................2-2 Wayland Baptist......................................0-1 Weber State............................................3-2 Wichita State..........................................1-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay...............................0-2 Wofford...................................................1-0 Wright State............................................0-1

Series results and records vs. opponents since 1975. Overall records are in italics, with home, road, and neutral records in parentheses. + - indicates neutral site games. • - indicates home games.

2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

ALASKA-ANCHORAGE • 1-0 12-17-85 Tiger Den

W

76-65

AMERICAN • 1-1 11-26-95 Spanos Center 1-5-97 Washington, D.C.

W L

79-69 64-85

AMERICAN RIVER JC • 2-1 2-24-76 Tiger Den 12-9-76 Tiger Den 2-28-78 Sacramento, Calif.

L 43-44 W 59-44 W 62-42

ARIZONA • 2-1 11-21-81 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 12-20-81 Irvine, Calif. 1-4-84 Spanos Center

W 83-71 L 52-60 W 84-79

ARIZONA STATE • 0-1 11-20-82 San Luis Obispo, Calif.

L

65-90

ARKANSAS • 0-2 12-8-96 Kona, Hawaii 11-29-09 Grand Bahama Island

L L

59-93 61-78

AZUSA PACIFIC •1-0 1-7-80 Tiger Den

W

88-42

BAYLOR • 0-1 12-1-03 Waco, Texas

L

51-88

BIOLA •1-1 2-3-79 Tiger Den 1-23-82 Spanos Center

L W

39-94 75-72

BOISE STATE • 4-3 11-25-95 Santa Clara, Calif. 2-21-97 Spanos Center 2-26-98 Boise, Id. 3-4-98 Reno, Nev. 2-25-99 Spanos Center 1-19-01 Boise, Id. 2-16-01 Spanos Center

L 68-71 W 66-63 L 46-61 BWC L 57-65 W 58-53 W 68-54 W 73-69

BRADLEY •1-1 12-18-99 Spanos Center 12-3-00 Peoria, Ill.

W 76-43 L 64-75

BRIGHAM YOUNG • 1-5 1-12-82 Provo, Utah 12-19-92 Provo, Utah 12-4-93 Moscow, Id. 11-30-94 Spanos Center 12-1-97 Spanos Center 12-30-98 Provo, Utah

L W L L L L

CALIFORNIA • 2-21 1-11-77 Berkeley, Calif. 2-8-77 Tiger Den 1-14-78 Tiger Den 2-24-78 Berkeley, Calif. 12-16-78 Berkeley, Calif. 1-11-79 Berkeley, Calif. 2-10-79 Tiger Den 1-26-80 Tiger Den 2-21-80 Berkeley, Calif. 1-15-81 Berkeley, Calif. 2-10-81 Tiger Den 1-30-82 Spanos Center 2-27-82 Berkeley, Calif. 1-8-83 Spanos Center 2-8-83 Berkeley, Calif. 1-17-84 Berkeley, Calif.

L 29-60 L 23-47 L 54-72 L 59-71 L 44-76 L 43-67 L 50-79 L 59-78 L 63-68 L 61-86 W 64-59 L 62-79 L 65-80 L 77-81 L 55-71 L 70-93

74-93 65-62 56-74 59-66 48-57 50-59

2-18-84 11-25-84 1-15-85 1-10-86 12-16-95 11-24-97 11-17-98

Tiger Den Tiger Den Berkeley, Calif. Berkeley, Calif. Berkeley, Calif. Spanos Center Berkeley, Calif.

L L L L L W L

58-63 87-97 76-85 53-85 72-79 64-63 58-66

CAL POLY • 26-16 12-19-75 Berkeley, Calif. 1-4-80 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 12-19-80 Santa Barbara, Calif. 1-18-81 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 12-12-81 Spanos Center 11-19-82 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 12-11-82 Spanos Center 11-18-83 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 12-12-83 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 12-1-84 Hayward, Calif. 12-7-85 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 12-1-86 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 1-23-97 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 3-1-97 Spanos Center 2-8-98 Spanos Center 2-15-98 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 2-5-99 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 2-12-99 Spanos Center 2-13-00 Spanos Center 2-20-00 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 2-4-01 Spanos Center 3-3-01 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 3-7-01 Anaheim, Calif. BWC 1-13-02 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 2-10-02 Spanos Center 1-16-03 Spanos Center 2-15-03 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 1-22-04 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 2-21-04 Spanos Center 1-20-05 Spanos Center 2-19-05 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 1-26-06 Spanos Center 3-4-06 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 3-8-06 Anaheim, Calif. BWC 1-25-07 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 3-3-07 Spanos Center 1-24-08 Spanos Center OT 2-23-08 San Luis Obispo, Calif. OT 3-13-08 Anaheim, Calif. BWC OT 1-22-09 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 2-21-09 Spanos Center 1-7-10 Spanos Center 2-6-10 San Luis Obispo, Calif.

W L W W L W W W W W L W W W L W W W W W W W L W W W W L W L L W L L L L W W L L L L L

57-56 74-83 74-60 81-62 75-87 100-74 88-68 66-55 91-63 67-59 65-67 79-56 65-57 61-49 59-63 68-61 76-58 66-54 77-57 82-81 69-57 69-45 76-79 66-53 80-73 63-50 71-58 63-75 78-69 55-65 52-71 87-53 45-83 67-94 62-77 58-72 89-88 75-6 76-79 58-68 64-74 53-63 66-99

CAL POLY POMONA 0-3 12-10-83 Pomona, Calif. 12-15-84 Spanos Center 12-19-89 Pomona, Calif.

L L L

67-77 71-86 72-83

CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD 0-2 3-5-09 Bakersfield, Calif. 1-20-10 Spanos Center

L L

70-85 63-76

CAL STATE EAST BAY (CAL STATE HAYWARD) • 5-0 12-9-77 San Francisco, Calif. W 12-1-78 Tiger Den W 12-1-79 Hayward, Calif. W 12-30-80 Tiger Den W 12-5-81 Hayward, Calif. W

43-35 73-49 73-60 94-80 74-54

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• S e r i e s R e c o r ds • CAL STATE EAST BAY JV (CAL STATE HAYWARD JV) • 1-0 1-13-76 Tiger Den W 45-31 CAL STATE FULLERTON 32-22 11-20-81 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 2-1-86 Spanos Center 2-15-86 Fullerton, Calif. 1-31-87 Tiger Den 2-19-87 Fullerton, Calif. 1-2-88 Spanos Center 3-5-88 Fullerton, Calif. 12-17-88 Fullerton, Calif. 2-2-89 Spanos Center 1-20-90 Spanos Center 2-15-90 Fullerton, Calif. 1-4-91 Spanos Center 2-28-91 Fullerton, Calif. 2-1-92 Spanos Center 2-27-92 Fullerton, Calif. 1-30-93 Fullerton, Calif. 2-25-93 Spanos Center 2-3-94 Spanos Center 3-5-94 Fullerton, Calif. 1-22-95 Fullerton, Calif. 2-17-95 Spanos Center 1-4-96 Spanos Center 2-29-96 Fullerton, Calif. 1-12-97 Spanos Center 2-14-97 Fullerton, Calif. 1-24-98 Fullerton, Calif. 2-20-98 Spanos Center 1-24-99 Spanos Center 2-19-99 Fullerton, Calif. 1-27-00 Fullerton, Calif. 2-27-00 Spanos Center 1-12-01 Spanos Center -2-9-01 Fullerton, Calif. 1-26-02 Fullerton, Calif. 2-22-02 Spanos Center 2-1-03 Spanos Center 2-27-03 Fullerton, Calif. 1-5-04 Spanos Center 3-4-04 Fullerton, Calif. 3-11-04 Anaheim, Calif. 12-30-04 Fullerton, Calif. 3-3-05 Spanos Center 1-9-06 Fullerton, Calif. 2-16-06 Spanos Center 1-6-07 Spanos Center 2-8-07 Fullerton, Calif. 3-7-07 Anaheim, Calif. 1-19-08 Fullerton, Calif. 2-14-08 Spanos Center 1-17-09 Spanos Center 2-12-09 Fullerton, Calif. 3-12-09 Anaheim, Calif. 1-4-10 Fullerton, Calif. 2-4-10 Spanos Center CAL STATE LOS ANGELES • 0-1 1-19-81 Los Angeles, Calif. CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE • 14-8 12-5-92 Northridge, Calif. 1-25-94 Spanos Center 12-29-94 Spanos Center 12-28-95 Northridge, Calif. 1-30-02 Spanos Center 2-3-02 Northridge, Calif. 1-11-03 Northridge, Calif. 2-8-03 Spanos Center 1-31-04 Spanos Center 2-28-04 Northridge, Calif. 1-27-05 Northridge, Calif.

BWC

BWC OT

BWC

L W L L W W L L L L L W L L W W W W W L W W W W L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L L W W L L L W W L L L L

64-86 62-58 49-69 66-72 69-67 77-67 56-62 66-82 61-80 70-71 55-68 73-68 52-77 68-69 70-69 70-44 73-57 79-76 79-75 61-68 63-57 75-50 72-68 76-74 55-78 57-65 70-61 89-64 78-65 78-69 69-53 71-43 92-49 63-52 70-61 85-61 82-54 75-64 80-70 78-59 61-55 58-80 64-72 84-74 61-53 69-75 58-69 83-94 76-72 72-66 51-62 62-64 65-82 56-65

L 69-84

W 69-39 W 73-52 W 76-41 W 75-44 W 90-51 W 92-60 L 50-57 W 69-48 W 82-73 L 61-64 L 50-73

2-24-05 1-4-06 2-25-06 12-30-06 2-24-07 1-12-08 2-7-08 1-2-09 3-7-09 1-2-10 3-6-10

Spanos Center Spanos Center Northridge, Calif. Northridge, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Northridge, Calif. Spanos Center Northridge, Calif. Northridge, Calif. Spanos Center

L 57-63 W 58-56 L 59-80 L 50-72 L 51-72 W 79-73 W 66-52 W 63-59 L 61-70 OT W 76-70 2OT W 93-89

FAIRFIELD •0-1 1-26-85 Las Vegas, Nev.

L

63-83

FEATHER RIVER JC•0-1 12-2-77 Quincy, Calif.

L

35-72

L L W L L W W W L W W W W L W L L W L L L L L L L L L W L W W W W W L W L L W W W L

40-41 40-55 50-42 50-53 52-60 68-66 75-53 59-54 57-59 75-71 83-76 82-64 76-63 68-70 74-41 55-75 62-64 76-68 61-83 54-93 61-66 63-90 50-64 64-80 51-59 68-72 58-69 77-76 69-80 79-74 65-58 87-72 72-57 62-60 66-72 68-65 56-64 40-53 77-59 67-57 84-70 33-63

CAL STATE STANISLAUS • 7-4 12-20-75 Turlock, Calif. 1-23-76 Turlock, Calif. 2-20-76 Tiger Den 12-3-76 Turlock, Calif. 1-25-77 Tiger Den 2-22-77 Turlock, Calif. 12-8-77 Tiger Den 12-29-77 Stockton Civic Auditorium 12-5-78 Turlock, Calif. 12-28-78 Tiger Den 11-13-07 Spanos Center

L 53-56 L 42-75 L 38-63 L 16-47 W 51-47 W 54-51 W 60-54 W 63-39 W 88-53 W 105-13 W 96-55

CHICO STATE • 5-1 12-2-78 Tiger Den 11-30-79 Tiger Den 12-5-80 Chico, Calif. 12-11-81 Spanos Center 11-30-82 Chico, Calif. 12-3-83 Tiger Den

L 45-52 W 75-62 W 59-50 W 78-61 W 88-70 W 84-55

CHICO STATE JV • 0-1 2-6-76 Chico, Calif.

L

21-68

CLEVELAND STATE • 1-0 12-8-90 Tempe, Ariz.

W

88-59

CLEMSON • 1-1 1-3-81 Stockton Civic Auditorium W 3-24-95 Amarillo, Texas WNIT L

78-70 75-80

COLORADO • 0-2 12-18-04 Spanos Center 12-8-05 Boulder, Colo.

L L

42-45 57-84

COLORADO STATE • 1-1 12-4-07 Colorado Springs, Colo.

L

77-84

FRESNO STATE•20-22 1-7-78 Chico, Calif. 1-20-78 Fresno, Calif. 2-18-78 Tiger Den 1-23-79 Tiger Den 2-23-79 Fresno, Calif. 1-19-80 Tiger Den 2-15-80 Fresno, Calif. 1-9-81 Fresno, Calif. 2-7-81 Tiger Den 12-6-81 Hayward, Calif. 1-21-82 Fresno, Calif. 2-20-82 Spanos Center 2-18-83 Spanos Center 2-26-83 Fresno, Calif. 2-24-84 Tiger Den 3-2-84 Fresno, Calif. 11-27-84 Tiger Den 2-1-85 Fresno, Calif. 11-27-85 Fresno, Calif. 1-3-86 Reno, Nev. 1-10-87 Tiger Den 2-7-87 Fresno, Calif. 1-23-88 Spanos Center 2-18-88 Fresno, Calif. 1-19-89 Fresno, Calif. 2-16-89 Spanos Center 1-7-90 Spanos Center 2-1-90 Fresno, Calif. 1-29-91 Fresno, Calif. 2-16-91 Spanos Center 1-2-92 Fresno, Calif. 3-8-92 Spanos Center 12-31-92 Spanos Center 12-8-93 Fresno, Calif. 12-31-94 Fresno, Calif. 12-30-95 Spanos Center 12-14-96 Spanos Center 12-20-97 Fresno, Calif. 12-12-98 Spanos Center 12-13-00 Fresno, Calif. 12-6-08 Spanos Center 12-22-09 Fresno, Calif.

W

96-71

GEORGIA TECH•1-0 12-19-89 Spanos Center

W

88-68

L L

37-75 45-51

GEORGE MASON•0-1 11-26-89 Santa Clara, Calif.

L

56-57

GONZAGA•2-1 12-6-98 Tempe, Ariz. 11-23-99 Spanos Center 11-24-01 Spokane, Wash.

L 64-65 W 84-70 W 86-85

HAWAI’I•8-25 2-16-79 Tiger Den 1-10-80 Tiger Den 1-5-82 Spanos Center 11-27-82 Spanos Center 1-12-84 Tiger Den 1-17-85 Tiger Den 1-19-85 Spanos Center 1-16-86 Manoa, Hawai’i 1-18-86 Manoa, Hawai’i 2-16-87 Tiger Den 2-17-87 Tiger Den 1-7-88 Manoa, Hawai’i

L W W L W L W L L L L L

COLORADO WOMEN'S COLLEGE • 1-0 12-4-81 Hayward, Calif. DeANZA JC • 0-2 12-20-75 Tiger Den 12-3-76 Tiger Den DELTA JC • 2-1 12-7-76 Delta Gym 1-18-77 Tiger Den 2-21-78 Tiger Den

W 44-38 L 42-59 W 69-38

DUKE • 0-1 12-4-04 Raleigh, N.C.

L30-86

EASTERN ILLINOIS •1-0 11-30-91 Moraga, Calif.

W

79-61

EASTERN WASHINGTON • 1-3 12-11-79 Tiger Den 11-24-84 Spanos Center 12-21-07 Spanos Center 12-13-08 Cheney, Wash.

L L W L

58-61 60-73 82-74 58-63

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57-70 77-61 83-74 71-79 63-61 72-77 74-62 59-80 57-85 63-74 65-83 47-76

1-9-88 2-18-89 2-20-89 1-25-90 1-27-90 3-8-90 1-19-91 1-20-91 1-8-92 1-10-92 3-11-92 2-4-93 2-5-93 2-25-94 2-26-94 3-10-94 1-3-95 3-5-95 1-14-96 2-11-96 3-9-96

Manoa, Hawai’i Spanos Center Spanos Center Manoa, Hawai’i Manoa, Hawai’i Long Beach, Calif. (LBA) Spanos Center Spanos Center Manoa, Hawai’i Manoa, Hawai’i Long Beach, Calif. (LBA) Spanos Center Spanos Center Manoa, Hawai’i Manoa, Hawai’i Las Vegas, Nev. Manoa, Hawai’i Spanos Center Spanos Center Manoa, Hawai’i Reno, Nev.

BWC

BWC

BWC

BWC

L 61-70 L 53-75 L 59-80 L 53-63 L 68-87 W 68-63 W 58-53 W 62-45 L 56-59 L 60-84 L 65-78 L 61-64 L 59-72 L 58-92 L 73-77 L 59-73 L 51-53 W 73-56 L 65-67 L 70-78 L 64-68

HOUSTON• 0-1 12-19-82 Irvine, Calif.

L

74-83

HUMBOLDT STATE•0-2 1-15-77 Arcata, Calif. 2-25-77 Tiger Den

L L

32-68 46-73

IDAHO•13-9 1-3-93 12-3-93 1-17-97 3-5-97 1-30-98 1-28-99 3-3-99 2-4-00 1-21-01 2-18-01 1-8-02 3-2-02 3-6-02 1-2-03 3-6-03 1-17-04 2-12-04 3-12-04 1-15-05 2-10-05 12-30-07 12-11-08

W 68-57 W 86-76 W 64-54 L 48-71 W 60-53 L 74-79 L 58-60 W 63-57 W 82-75 W 68-51 W 86-46 W 71-63 W 72-45 L 53-74 W 56-42 W 74-73 L 51-72 L 68-71 L 52-74 L 67-73 W 63-52 L 51-61

Spanos Center Moscow, Id. Moscow, Id. Reno, Nev. Spanos Center Moscow, Id. Reno, Nev. Spanos Center Moscow, Id. Spanos Center Spanos Center Moscow, Id. Anaheim, Calif. Moscow, Id. Spanos Center Spanos Center Moscow, Id. Anaheim, Calif. Moscow, Id. Spanos Center Spanos Center Moscow, Id.

BWC

BWC

BWC

BWC

IDAHO STATE • 3-0 12-21-86 Spanos Center 12-9-94 Kona, Hawai’i 11-27-99 Corvallis, Ore.

W 87-64 W 84-56 W 64-55

ILLINOIS •0-1 12-11-04 Chicago, Ill.

L

31-74

IONA •2-1 12-28-03 12-28-08 11-20-09

Spanos Center Spanos Center New Rochelle, N.Y.

W W L

74-63 66-62 54-76

IOWA •1-1 11-19-81 12-7-97

San Luis Obispo, Calif. Kona, Hawai’i

W L

81-70 60-80

L W

45-80 57-51

JAMES MADISON • 1-3-97 Harrisonburg, Va. 12-28-97 Spanos Center

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• S e r i e s R e c o r ds • KANSAS •0-1 1-2-85 Tiger Den

L

81-86

KENTUCKY •0-1 11-29-02 Seattle, Wash.

L

61-77

LAFAYETTE •1-0 12-22-06 Spanos Center

W

72-63

LAMAR •0-1 12-6-91 Houston, Texas

L 54-75

LONG BEACH STATE • 19-36 2-13-86 Long Beach, Calif. L 86-121 2-24-86 Spanos Center L 78-90 1-24-87 Long Beach, Calif. L 65-114 2-14-87 Tiger Den L 46-99 3-5-87 Long Beach, Calif. BWC L 65-123 1-28-88 Long Beach, Calif. L 52-106 2-27-88 Spanos Center L 57-98 3-10-88 Long Beach, Calif. L 50-77 1-26-89 Spanos Center L 65-87 2-23-89 Long Beach, Calif. L 71-96 1-13-90 Long Beach, Calif. L 70-90 2-8-90 Spanos Center L 64-82 3-10-90 Long Beach, Calif. (LBA) BWC L 83-85 1-25-91 Long Beach, Calif. L 69-71 2-25-91 Spanos Center L 73-91 2-6-92 Spanos Center L 57-66 2-13-92 Long Beach, Calif. W 89-85 1-16-93 Long Beach, Calif. L 64-69 2-11-93 Spanos Center W 75-55 1-15-94 Spanos Center W 65-63 2-11-94 Long Beach, Calif. L 76-88 1-15-95 Spanos Center L 73-84 2-10-95 Long Beach, Calif. W 86-71 1-28-96 Long Beach, Calif. W 67-64 2-23-96 Spanos Center W 98-95 3-6-96 Reno, Nev. BWC W 90-80 1-19-97 Long Beach, Calif. L 58-71 2-23-97 Spanos Center W 58-50 2-1-98 Spanos Center W 66-53 2-28-98 Long Beach, Calif. L 77-78 1-30-99 Long Beach, Calif. L 57-74

2-27-99 2-6-00 3-2-00 1-28-01 2-25-01 1-20-02 2-15-02 1-25-03 2-20-03 3-14-03 1-8-04 2-7-04 1-6-05 2-5-05 1-13-06 2-11-06 1-11-07 2-3-07 1-10-08 2-9-08 1-8-09 2-7-09 2-20-10 2-27-10

Spanos Center Long Beach, Calif. Spanos Center Long Beach, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Spanos Center Anaheim, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Long Beach, Calif. Spanos Center Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Long Beach, Calif.

W 73-69 L 70-74 L 47-61 L 69-88 L 77-91 W 82-79 L 72-77 L 55-60 W 66-65 BWC W 71-51 W 71-62 W 67-63 L 60-68 L 48-74 L 61-74 L 54-77 L 52-70 W 77-72 L 56-62 L 57-69 W 76-62 OT W 98-92 2OT L 77-87 W 77-67

LONG ISLAND • 1-0 2-13-86 Brooklyn, N.Y. 2-24-86 Spanos Center 1-24-87 Brooklyn, N.Y.

L 86-121 L 78-90 L 65-11

LOUISIANA STATE (LSU)• 0-1 12-30-88 Tiger Den

L

58-88

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT • 1-0 12-6-86 Spanos Center

W

76-66

MARQUETTE • 0-1 11/26/99 Corvallis, Ore.

L

81-86

MERCER • 0-1 11-26-05 Green Bay, Wisc.

L

52-55

MISSISSIPPI • 0-1 11-29-91 Moraga, Calif.

L

58-74

MONMOUTH • 0-1 11-22-09 West Long Branch, N.J.

L 53-64

MONTANA • 1-3 12-6-82 Spanos Center 1-4-85 Santa Clara, Calif. 12-2-88 Missoula, Mont. 12-29-99 Missoula, Mont.

W 79-77 L 69-92 L 49-82 L 54-55

MONTANA STATE • 1-5 12-20-82 Irvine, Calif. 1-4-86 Reno, Nev. 11-24-90 Bozeman, Mont. 11-24-91 Spanos Center 12-3-94 Albuquerque, N.M. 11-15-09 Spanos Center

L 84-90 L 67-70 L 46-68 L 62-65 W 67-64 L 79-91

NEBRASKA • 0-1 12-6-96 Kona, Hawai’i

L

NEVADA • 12-12 1-9-76 Reno, Nev. 1-10-76 Reno, Nev. 1-21-77 Reno, Nev. 2-19-77 Tiger Den 1-20-79 Tiger Den 2-26-79 Tiger Den 2-17-81 Reno, Nev. 2-22-83 Spanos Center 12-4-85 Reno, Nev. 12-10-86 Spanos Center 12-17-87 Reno, Nev. 12-17-89 Reno, Nev. 1-2-93 Spanos Center 3-6-93 Reno, Nev. 1-3-94 Reno, Nev. 1-31-94 Spanos Center 1-10-95 Spanos Center 2-5-96 Reno, Nev. 1-21-96 Reno, Nev. 2-18-96 Spanos Center 2-9-97 Reno, Nev. 1-11-98 Spanos Center 1-15-99 Spanos Center 1-23-00 Reno, Nev.

L 32-64 L 33-34 L 40-81 L 33-58 L 77-95 W 78-43 W 90-37 W 81-63 L 74-79 W 62-58 L 54-65 W 76-64 W 79-51 W 73-69 W 81-52 W 63-47 W 84-62 L 69-72 W 67-66 L 50-62 L 48-65 L 58-66 W 66-51 L 72-76

NEW MEXICO • 1-1 12-20-93 Spanos Center 11-9-01 Albuquerque, N.M.

W L

55-82

85-58 54-81

NEW MEXICO STATE • 10-9 1-5-81 Tiger Den L 72-91 1-23-91 Las Cruces, N.M. L 81-88 2-20-91 Spanos Center W 101-78 1-25-92 Las Cruces, N.M. W 81-72 2-20-92 Spanos Center W 80-67 1-23-93 Spanos Center W 83-73 2-18-93 Las Cruces, N.M. L 66-68 3-10-93 Long Beach, Calif. (LBA) BWC L 72-73 1-22-94 Las Cruces, N.M. L 68-76 2-17-94 Spanos Center L 53-63 1-29-95 Spanos Center W 69-56 2-24-95 Las Cruces, N.M. L 60-75 3-9-95 Las Vegas, Nev. BWC W 67-55 1-9-96 Las Cruces, N.M. L 58-68 2-2-96 Spanos Center W 64-59 2-2-97 Spanos Center W 77-64 1-18-98 Las Cruces, N.M. W 59-56 1-17-99 Spanos Center W 74-59 1-21-00 Las Cruces, N.M. L 65-69 NEW ORLEANS • 1-0 12-2-89 Pullman, Wash.

2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

W

NORTH CAROLINA • 0-1 11-28-08 Grand Bahama Island

L

62-98

NORTH DAKOTA • 1-0 11-26-89 Spanos Center

W

85-64

NORTH TEXAS • 3-2 1-31-97 Spanos Center 1-16-98 Denton, Texas 1-10-99 Denton, Texas 1-14-00 Spanos Center 3-8-00 Anaheim, Calif.

W L L W BWC W

83-77 55-60 77-82 61-48 74-56

NORTHERN ARIZONA • 2-3 1-5-87 Santa Clara, Calif. 11-22-02 Spanos Center 12-4-03 Flagstaff, Ariz. 11-19-04 Spanos Center 12-7-06 Flagstaff, Ariz.

W 69-63 L 58-59 L 56-74 W 59-50 L 59-74

NORTHERN COLORADO • 1-1 12-2-07 Greeley, Colo. 11-22-08 Spanos Center

L W

58-67 72-64

W

87-82

WNIT L

74-88

OCCIDENTAL • 2-0 1-4-79 Tiger Den 12-14-79 Los Angeles, Calif.

W W

68-56 65-35

OHIO • 1-0 12-11-94 Kona, Hawai’i

W

84-71

OHIO STATE • 1-0 12-10-94 Kona, Hawai’i

W

74-67

OKLAHOMA STATE • 0-1 11-24-06 Stillwater, Okla.

L

56-86

OREGON • 0-2 1-22-83 Eugene, Ore. 1-27-84 Spanos Center

L L

74-83 57-86

OREGON STATE • 0-5 1-21-83 Corvallis, Ore. 1-28-85 Spanos Center 12-21-04 Corvallis, Ore. 11-20-05 Spanos Center 11-18-08 Corvallis, Ore.

L L L L L

55-73 81-90 43-72 46-54 71-76

PEPPERDINE • 0-3 12-4-82 Malibu, Calif. 1-6-01 Spanos Center 1-4-02 Malibu, Calif.

L L L

89-97 69-71 74-82

PORTLAND • 4-5 1-7-88 Portland, Ore. 12-2-94 Albuquerque, N.M. 12-1-99 Portland, Ore. 12-15-01 Portland, Ore. 12-3-02 Portland, Ore. 11-12-06 Portland, Ore. 12-28-07 Spanos Center 12-3-08 Spanos Center 12-4-09 Portland, Ore.

W 72-46 L 65-68 W 59-50 W 82-74 L 64-73 L 60-74 L 64-84 W 68-50 L 66-80

NORTHERN ILLINOIS • 1-0 12-1-00 DeKalb, Ill.W NORTHWESTERN • 1-0 1-2-86 Reno, Nev. NOTRE DAME • 0-1 3-23-95 Amarillo, Texas

84-62

71-61

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• S e r i e s R e c o r ds • PORTLAND STATE • 4-2 12-5-87 San Francisco, Calif. 1-6-88 Portland, Ore. 12-31-90 Spanos Center 12-15-00 Spanos Center 12-3-08 Spanos Center 12-6-09 Portland, Ore.

W 88-67 L 64-90 W 78-68 W 69-53 W 68-50 L 57-75

PRINCETON • 1-0 12-27-96 Seattle, Wash.

W

65-51

PROVIDENCE • 1-0 11-24-00 Santa Clara, Calif.

W

78-76

PURDUE • 0-1 11-24-02 West Lafayette, Ind.

L

57-91

RICE • 0-2 11-23-84 12-7-91

L L

69-71 61-69

W

61-46

L

53-61

W W

55-37 58-56

Spanos Center Houston, Texas

ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE • 1-0 11-23-90 Bozeman, Mont. RUTGERS • 0-1 11-29-01 Spanos Center SACRAMENTO CC • 2-0 2-10-78 Tiger Den 11-29-78 Tiger Den SACRAMENTO STATE • 13-6 1-5-78 Chico, Calif. 12-8-78 Tiger Den 12-21-79 Sacramento, Calif. 2-21-90 Spanos Center 12-13-91 Sacramento, Calif. 12-11-92 Spanos Center 11-30-93 Sacramento, Calif. 12-6-94 Spanos Center 11-16-97 Sacramento, Calif. 11-14-98 Spanos Center 1-10-00 Sacramento, Calif. 11-20-00 Spanos Center 11-20-01 Sacramento, Calif. 12-11-02 Spanos Center 12-22-05 Sacramento, Calif. 12-15-06 Spanos Center 12-11-07 Sacramento, Calif. 12-22-08 Spanos Center 2-13-10 Sacramento, Calif.

L W W W L W W W L W W W W W L W L W L

46-73 57-56 72-45 81-59 66-76 67-54 68-54 68-53 55-63 73-57 69-47 74-71 86-46 92-50 66-76 62-55 85-87 76-64 81-95

ST. BONAVENTURE • 1-0 11-30-02 Seattle, Wash.

W

61-42

ST. JOHN’S • 0-1 12-7-90 Tempe, Ariz.

L

69-78

SAINT JOSEPH’S • 0-1 12-5-98 Tempe, Ariz.

L 44-54

SAINT MARY’S •7-11 2-5-80 Tiger Den 2-25-84 Tiger Den 11-28-87 Spanos Center 12-12-87 Moraga, Calif. 12-11-88 Tiger Den 12-30-89 Moraga, Calif. 12-2-90 Moraga, Calif. 12-30-91 Spanos Center 1-6-93 Spanos Center 12-29-93 Moraga, Calif. 12-12-97 Moraga, Calif. 11-24-98 Spanos Center 12-28-02 Spanos Center

W 85-51 W 78-63 W 73-65 W 82-64 L 71-78 L 77-85 L 65-87 L 66-78 W 71-66 L 74-84 L 51-67 L 54-65 L 53-73

12-30-03 12-3-06 11-28-07 1-4-09 12-29-09

Moraga, Calif. Moraga, Calif. Spanos Center Moraga, Calif. Spanos Center

L W L L W

45-46 75-67 68-82 70-71 70-63

SAN DIEGO • 2-7 1-5-85 Santa Clara, Calif. 1-2-98 Spanos Center 1-2-99 San Diego, Calif. 12-5-99 Spanos Center 12-1-01 San Diego, Calif. 12-8-02 Spanos Center 12-21-03 San Diego, Calif. 12-1-06 Spanos Center 12-15-07 San Diego, Calif.

W 63-55 L 54-70 L 60-72 W 53-39 L 63-64 L 50-53 L 66-70 L 62-72 L 53-68

SAN DIEGO STATE • 5-6 1-27-81 San Diego, Calif. 1-23-86 San Diego, Calif. 2-20-86 Spanos Center 2-2-87 Tiger Den 2-26-87 San Diego, Calif. 1-4-88 Spanos Center 3-3-88 San Diego, Calif. 12-16-88 San Diego, Calif. 3-4-89 Spanos Center 1-18-90 Spanos Center 2-17-90 San Diego, Calif.

W 70-62 L 80-97 W 102-75 L 74-85 L 52-80 L 56-77 L 58-101 L 55-76 W 85-68 W 68-64 W 82-68

SAN FRANCISCO • 10-17 12-9-75 Tiger Den 2-10-76 San Francisco, Calif. 2-1-77 San Francisco, Calif. 12-10-77 San Francisco, Calif. 2-4-78 Tiger Den 2-25-78 San Francisco, Calif. 2-2-79 San Francisco, Calif. 2-27-79 Tiger Den 1-24-80 Tiger Den 2-23-80 San Francisco, Calif. 1-12-81 San Francisco, Calif. 2-14-81 Tiger Den 1-27-82 San Francisco, Calif. 2-22-82 Spanos Center 11-18-82 Spanos Center 1-15-83 Spanos Center 2-2-83 San Francisco, Calif. 1-20-84 San Francisco, Calif. 2-11-84 Tiger Den 2-19-85 San Francisco, Calif. 12-13-85 Tiger Den 12-13-86 San Francisco, Calif. 12-8-89 San Francisco, Calif. 12-15-90 Spanos Center 11-24-96 San Francisco, Calif. 12-1-98 Spanos Center 12-10-09 Spanos Center

L L W W W L L L L L L W L W W L L L W L W L L W L W L

SAN FRANCISCO STATE • 3-1 11-19-83 San Luis Obispo, Calif. 11-22-85 San Francisco, Calif. 11-29-86 Spanos Center 11-17-07 Spanos Center

W 80-50 W 69-59 W 94-53 L 60-65

SAN JOSE STATE • 30-13 1-28-78 Tiger Den 2-15-78 San Jose, Calif. 1-17-79 San Jose, Calif. 2-17-79 Tiger Den 1-9-80 Tiger Den 2-9-80 San Jose, Calif. 1-30-81 Tiger Den 2-27-81 San Jose, Calif.

L L L L L L W W

2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

23-36 59-63 58-38 63-61 61-59 45-53 56-81 57-78 49-59 51-71 66-68 94-66 65-67 82-76 83-71 67-80 72-75 73-80 63-61 73-80 94-80 79-90 59-60 76-68 52-72 78-50 67-71

42-67 33-68 33-80 51-77 37-91 65-68 59-51 85-71

1-16-82 2-5-82 1-6-83 2-10-83 1-23-84 2-16-84 12-8-84 12-10-85 1-8-87 2-5-87 1-21-88 2-20-88 1-21-89 3-2-89 2-3-90 2-19-90 1-16-91 2-23-91 2-4-92 3-3-92 1-9-93 3-1-93 1-8-94 1-29-94 1-5-95 3-2-95 1-12-96 2-9-96 12-30-96 12-22-97 12-19-98 1-7-00 12-22-01 12-27-06 11-20-07

San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center Tiger Den San Jose, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Tiger Den San Jose, Calif. Tiger Den Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center San Jose, Calif. Spanos Center San Jose, Calif.

L 57-89 W 72-61 W 70-68 W 78-74 L 68-79 W 73-70 L 74-83 W 71-70 W 70-55 W 68-57 W 49-46 W 65-55 W 59-54 W 67-60 W 71-58 W 70-56 W 73-49 W 72-54 W 65-60 W 78-46 W 57-45 W 69-51 W 72-70 L 63-74 W 64-51 W 58-57 W 79-70 W 78-64 L 60-63 W 70-59 W 75-38 W 77-50 L 75-78 L 56-65 OT W 75-74

SAN JOSE STATE JV • 0-1 1-20-76 Tiger Den

L

49-75

SANTA CLARA • 17-23 1-7-77 Santa Clara, Calif. 2-5-77 Santa Clara, Calif. 1-17-78 Tiger Den 2-7-78 Santa Clara, Calif. 1-9-79 Santa Clara, Calif. 2-6-79 Tiger Den 12-15-79 Santa Clara, Calif. 2-2-80 Tiger Den 2-29-80 Santa Clara, Calif. 1-22-81 Tiger Den 2-20-81 Santa Clara, Calif. 2-4-82 Spanos Center 3-2-82 Santa Clara, Calif. 1-12-83 Santa Clara, Calif. 2-6-83 Spanos Center 1-6-84 Tiger Den 2-8-84 Santa Clara, Calif. 12-6-84 Santa Clara, Calif. 2-20-85 Tiger Den 11-30-85 Santa Clara, Calif. 1-14-86 Spanos Center 1-6-87 Santa Clara, Calif. 12-1-87 Tiger Den 11-25-88 Santa Clara, Calif. 11-28-89 Spanos Center 11-27-90 Santa Clara, Calif. 12-21-91 Santa Clara, Calif. 12-1-92 Spanos Center 12-11-93 Spanos Center 12-9-95 Santa Clara, Calif. 11-26-96 Spanos Center 11-22-97 Santa Clara, Calif. 12-28-98 Spanos Center 11-18-00 Santa Clara, Calif.

W W W W L L W W L L W W L W W W L L W L W W L L W L L L L W L L L L

59-37 36-29 75-42 66-60 58-61 66-71 52-50 75-43 55-64 66-70 70-65 77-64 64-72 79-71 78-69 77-73 76-88 47-68 73-72 70-79 75-73 72-66 52-66 81-86 77-68 67-75 69-77 86-90 61-73 68-67 58-74 57-70 58-70 50-69

12-12-01 12-21-02 11-25-03 12-12-06 12-8-07 12-13-09

Spanos Center Santa Clara, Calif. Spanos Center Santa Clara, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center

L 61-70 W 59-54 L 59-60 L 67-74 L 64-71 L 69-74

SEATTLE • 1-0 12-20-08 Spanos Center

W

SEATTLE PACIFIC • 1-0 12-19-83 Tiger Den

W 101-63

SONOMA STATE • 4-2 2-13-76 Sonoma, Calif. 1-28-77 Tiger Den 2-11-77 Sonoma, Calif. 12-6-77 Tiger Den 1-6-78 Chico, Calif. 11-30-84 Hayward, Calif. 12-30-05 Spanos Center

W 63-37 L 45-51 L 33-62 W 84-44 W 69-38 W 110-43 W 80-68

SOUTHERN UTAH • 4-1 (2-1, 1-0, 0-0) 12-9-00 Spanos Center 11-26-01 Cedar City, Utah 11-28-05 Spanos Center 12-9-06 Cedar City, Utah 11-17-09 Spanos Center

W W L W W

STANFORD • 3-16 12-4-76 Berkeley, Calif. 1-13-78 Stanford, Calif. 2-2-78 Tiger Den 1-27-79 Tiger Den 2-20-79 Stanford, Calif. 1-21-80 Stanford, Calif. 2-12-80 Tiger Den 1-24-81 Tiger Den 2-4-81 Stanford, Calif. 1-19-82 Spanos Center 2-13-82 Stanford, Calif. 11-29-83 Stanford, Calif. 1-23-85 Tiger Den 12-20-99 Spanos Center 11-26-00 Stanford, Calif. 12-14-02 Spanos Center 12-12-03 Stanford, Calif. 11-21-04 Stanford, Calif. 12-1-05 Spanos Center

L 35-48 L 58-67 L 43-59 L 49-77 L 53-82 L 56-75 W 71-65 W 80-74 L 50-70 L 57-73 L 68-91 W 84-75 L 77-81 L 55-70 L 65-73 L 56-67 L 25-86 L 26-82 L 58-109

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN • 0-2 12-19-95 Spanos Center 12-5-97 Nacogdoches, Texas

L L

61-76 52-81

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN • 1-0 12-18-94 Wichita, Kan.

W

75-53

TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO • 1-0 12-20-91 Santa Clara, Calif.

W

75-57

TEXAS SOUTHERN • 2-0 12-6-97 Nacogdoches, Texas 11-18-05 Spanos Center

W W

60-51 72-61

TEXAS TECH • 0-3 12-17-95 Berkeley, Calif. 1-5-03 Lubbock, Texas 12-8-03 Lubbock, Texas

L 61-81 L 45-76 L 39-100

UC DAVIS • 7-9 12-19-78 Tiger Den 12-18-79 Davis, Calif. 12-2-80 Tiger Den 1-2-82 Davis, Calif.

L W W W

71-65

84-62 69-60 64-65 62-60 67-54

49-65 68-60 73-56 91-59

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• S e r i e s R e c o r ds • 1-29-05 2-28-05 1-21-06 2-2-06 1-20-07 2-15-07 2-2-08 3-1-08 1-31-09 2-28-09 1-23-10 2-11-10

Spanos Center Davis, Calif. Davis, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Davis, Calif. Davis, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Davis, Calif. Davis, Calif. Spanos Center

W 65-60 L 50-69 L 62-77 L 66-70 L 61-75 L 39-67 L 54-58 W 72-71 W 63-60 L 39-58 OT L 59-68 W 74-58

UC IRVINE • 32-26 12-20-79 Tiger Den W 72-60 12-21-81 Irvine, Calif. L 59-71 11-17-83 San Luis Obispo, Calif. L 60-72 1-9-85 Irvine, Calif. L 55-71 2-9-85 Spanos Center L 48-61 1-25-86 Irvine, Calif. L 56-69 2-22-86 Spanos Center W 73-64 1-22-87 Irvine, Calif. L 62-73 2-9-87 Spanos Center L 66-70 1-14-88 Irvine, Calif. L 50-61 2-13-88 Spanos Center L 47-56 1-14-89 Spanos Center W 66-51 2-9-89 Irvine, Calif. L 57-67 3-7-89 Long Beach, Calif. (LBA) BWC L 49-60 1-2-90 Irvine, Calif. W 89-45 3-4-90 Spanos Center W 82-28 3-7-90 Long Beach, Calif. (LBA) BWC W 71-51 1-7-91 Irvine, Calif. W 67-52 2-3-91 Spanos Center W 66-48 1-30-92 Spanos Center W 79-42 2-29-92 Irvine, Calif. W 65-47 1-28-93 Irvine, Calif. W 74-58 2-27-93 Spanos Center W 90-73 2-5-94 Spanos Center W 80-62 3-3-94 Irvine, Calif. W 80-62 1-20-95 Irvine, Calif. W 66-64 2-19-95 Spanos Center W 57-55 3-11-95 Las Vegas, Nev. BWC L 53-65 1-2-96 Spanos Center W 76-56 3-2-96 Irvine, Calif. L 57-67 1-10-97 Spanos Center L 54-57 2-16-97 Irvine, Calif. L 54-56 1-22-98 Irvine, Calif. L 35-56 2-22-98 Spanos Center L 48-52 1-22-99 Spanos Center W 68-64 2-21-99 Irvine, Calif. W 66-60 1-29-00 Irvine, Calif. L 58-62 2-25-00 Spanos Center W 71-63 1-14-01 Spanos Center W 61-46 2-11-01 Irvine, Calif. W 70-56 1-18-02 Spanos Center W 72-40 2-17-02 Irvine, Calif. W 65-53 1-23-03 Irvine, Calif. L 59-67 2-22-03 Spanos Center W 57-53 1-10-04 Irvine, Calif. W 62-57 2-5-04 Spanos Center W 72-66 1-8-05 Spanos Center W 54-42 2-3-05 Irvine, Calif. L 58-61 1-15-06 Spanos Center L 72-85 2-9-06 Irvine, Calif. L 58-79 1-13-07 Irvine, Calif. OT L 64-76 2-1-07 Spanos Center L 54-62 1-17-07 Irvine, Calif. W 69-59 2-16-08 Spanos Center W 67-50 1-15-09 Spanos Center W 61-37 2-14-09 Irvine, Calif. W 48-44 1-16-10 Irvine, Calif. L 57-68 1-27-10 Spanos Center L 54-70

UCLA • 0-3 12-8-79 Los Angeles, Calif. 12-3-82 Los Angeles, Calif. 1-21-84 Spanos Center UC RIVERSIDE • 9-12 12-2-84 Hayward, Calif. 1-24-02 Riverside, Calif. 2-24-02 Spanos Center 3-8-02 Anaheim, Calif. 1-30-03 Spanos Center 3-1-03 Riverside, Calif. 3-12-03 Anaheim, Calif. 1-3-04 Spanos Center 3-6-04 Riverside, Calif. 12-28-04 Riverside, Calif. 3-5-05 Spanos Center 1-7-06 Riverside, Calif. 2-18-06 Spanos Center 1-4-07 Spanos Center 2-10-07 Riverside, Calif. 1-2-08 Riverside, Calif. 3-8-08 Spanos Center 1-10-09 Riverside, Calif. 2-5-09 Spanos Center 1-30-10 Spanos Center 2-25-10 Riverside, Calif. UC SANTA BARBARA • 16-47 1-5-80 Santa Barbara, Calif. 12-20-80 Santa Barbara, Calif. 12-13-81 Spanos Center 12-21-82 Irvine, Calif. 12-19-84 Spanos Center 1-11-85 Santa Barbara, Calif. 1-30-86 Spanos Center 2-27-86 Santa Barbara, Calif. 1-12-87 Tiger Den 2-21-87 Santa Barbara, Calif. 1-16-88 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-22-88 Tiger Den 1-12-89 Spanos Center 2-11-90 Santa Barbara, Calif. 1-15-90 Santa Barbara, Calif. 3-1-90 Spanos Center 1-9-91 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-1-91 Spanos Center 3-6-91 Long Beach, Calif. (LBA) 1-16-92 Spanos Center 2-15-92 Santa Barbara, Calif. 1-14-93 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-13-93 Spanos Center 1-13-94 Spanos Center 2-13-94 Santa Barbara, Calif. 3-9-94 Las Vegas, Nev. 1-13-95 Spanos Center 2-12-95 Santa Barbara, Calif. 1-26-96 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-25-96 Spanos Center 3-7-96 Reno, Nev. 1-25-97 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-27-97 Spanos Center 2-6-98 Spanos Center 2-13-98 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-7-99 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-14-99 Spanos Center 2-11-00 Spanos Center 2-18-00 Santa Barbara, Calif. 3-10-00 Anaheim, Calif. 2-2-01 Spanos Center 3-1-01 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-1-02 Santa Barbara, Calif. 2-8-02 Spanos Center 3-9-02 Anaheim, Calif.

2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

L 41-102 L 62-89 L 71-91

W 71-56 L 65-79 W 78-60 BWC W 64-47 W 87-83 W 79-52 BWC W 63-61 W 65-61 W 72-68 L 54-67 L 53-70 L 64-74 L 53-55 L 50-58 L 51-58 L 61-83 W 82-60 L 56-65 L 55-74 L 59-71 L 41-50

BWC

BWC

BWC

BWC

BWC

W W L W L L W W W W L W L L L L L W L W L L W L L W W L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

68-54 81-79 60-80 81-76 71-73 55-63 76-55 65-54 62-48 53-49 62-63 85-69 62-73 60-62 79-87 60-61 71-82 66-58 42-62 91-86 55-74 75-76 88-79 63-68 66-73 72-65 66-50 67-75 57-74 48-79 88-87 57-81 78-97 48-55 57-85 76-84 66-76 59-69 62-79 68-80 64-77 55-66 58-67 66-83 53-64

1-18-03 2-5-03 3-15-03 1-24-04 2-19-04 1-22-05 2-17-05 1-28-06 3-2-06 1-27-07 3-1-07 1-26-08 2-21-08 1-24-09 2-19-09 1-9-10 2-4-10 3-10-10

Spanos Center Santa Barbara, Calif. Anaheim, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Santa Barbara, Calif. Spanos Center Santa Barbara, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Santa Barbara, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif. Spanos Center Spanos Center Santa Barbara, Calif. Anaheim, Calif.

W L BWC L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L BWC L

UMBC (Maryland-Baltimore County) • 1-0 12-28-99 Missoula, Mont. UNLV • 8-19 1-25-85 2-7-85 2-8-86 3-1-86 3-6-86 1-17-87 2-28-87 1-30-88 2-8-88 1-28-89 2-25-89 1-4-90 2-12-90 1-2-91 3-2-91 1-23-92 2-22-92 1-21-93 2-20-93 1-20-94 2-19-94 1-27-95 2-26-95 3-8-95 1-7-96 2-4-96 1-2-00

W

74-65 37-66 50-68 48-73 41-65 61-74 40-73 62-64 49-76 55-89 67-79 58-71 51-62 54-76 59-50 58-65 34-71 54-82

1-1-87

70-49

Las Vegas, Nev. L 50-75 Spanos Center L 64-95 Spanos Center L 63-89 Las Vegas, Nev. L 61-106 Long Beach, Calif. (LAF) BWC L 70-77 Spanos Center L 71-85 Las Vegas, Nev. L 63-97 Las Vegas, Nev. L 57-73 Tiger Den L 63-79 Spanos Center L 55-64 Las Vegas, Nev. L 73-92 Las Vegas, Nev. L 63-90 Spanos Center L 49-82 Spanos Center L 54-64 Las Vegas, Nev. L 76-102 Las Vegas, Nev. L 70-83 Spanos Center L 63-66 Spanos Center L 54-67 Las Vegas, Nev. W 83-78 Las Vegas, Nev. W 62-58 Spanos Center W 71-69 Spanos Center L 81-88 Las Vegas, Nev. W 72-70 Las Vegas, Nev. BWC W 72-70 Las Vegas, Nev. W 57-51 Spanos Center W 75-52 Spanos Center W 69-65

U.S. INTERNATIONAL • 5-1 12-11-80 Tiger Den 12-12-80 Tiger Den 12-18-80 Santa Barbara, Calif. 12-22-81 Irvine, Calif. 12-18-87 Reno, Nev. 12-3-88 Missoula, Mont.

W W W W L W

UTAH • 1-2 1-11-82 Salt Lake City, Utah 11-29-00 Salt Lake City, Utah 12-28-01 Spanos Center

L 56-59 L 63-82 W 68-62

UTAH STATE • 4-3 1-8-82 Logan, Utah 1-15-04 Spanos Center 2-14-04 Logan, Utah 1-13-05 Logan, Utah 2-12-05 Spanos Center 11-29-06 Spanos Center 11-9-07 Logan, Utah

L W W L L W W

Tiger Den

L 79-101

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH (VCU) • 0-1 3-25-95 Amarillo, Texas WNIT L

70-83

WAGNER • 1-0 11-26-95 Santa Barbara, Calif.

W

85-62

WASHINGTON • 1-3 12-15-78 Berkeley, Calif. 1-29-83 Spanos Center 2-2-84 Seattle, Wash. 12-28-96 Seattle, Wash.

L W L L

56-76 75-62 59-88 49-79

WASHINGTON STATE • 2-2 2-7-80 Tiger Den 1-31-83 Spanos Center 2-4-84 Pullman, Wash. 12-1-89 Pullman, Wash.

W W L L

66-52 73-70 67-90 60-69

WAYLAND BAPTIST • 0-1 12-19-87 Reno, Nev.

L 54-64

WEBER STATE • 3-2 1-9-82 Ogden, Utah 12-4-87 San Francisco, Calif. 12-21-92 Ogden, Utah 11-24-04 Spanos Center 12-10-05 Ogden, Utah

L 54-86 W 69-64 W 68-49 W 62-56 L 62-80

WICHITA STATE • 1-1 12-14-90 Spanos Center 11-26-06 Wichita, Kan.

W 100-70 L 55-71

WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY • 0-2 11-21-03 Spanos Center 11-25-05 Green Bay, Wisc.

L L

63-74 41-56

WOFFORD • 1-0 12-18-05 Spanos Center

W

70-56

WRIGHT STATE • 0-1 12-17-94 Wichita, Kan.

L

58-75

79-68 93-63 76-57 85-73 69-79 71-67

81-82 67-58 67-52 48-67 75-77 56-49 67-66

VIRGINIA • 0-1

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• Y e a r - B y - Y e a r R e s u lt s • 1975-76 Head Coach: Sue Conrad Record: 3-11 (1-4 NCAC) Dec. 9 San Francisco* Dec. 19 vs Cal Poly Dec. 20 vs De Anza JC Dec. 20 at Cal State Stanislaus Jan. 9 at Nevada Jan. 10 at Nevada Jan. 13 Cal State East Bay (JV) Jan. 20 San Jose State JV Jan. 23 at Cal State Stanislaus* Feb. 6 at Chico State JV Feb. 10 at San Francisco * Feb. 13 at Sonoma State * Feb. 20 Cal State Stanislaus* Feb. 24 American River JC

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23-36 57-56 37-75 53-56 32-64 33-34 45-31 49-75 42-75 21-68 59-63 63-37 38-63 43-44

1976-77 Head Coach: Jacy Showers Record: 7-12 (4-8 NCAC) Dec. 3 at Cal State Stanislaus Dec. 3 vs De Anza College Dec. 4 vs Stanford Dec. 7 at Delta College Dec. 9 American River JC Jan. 7 at Santa Clara* Jan. 11 at California* Jan. 15 at Humboldt State* Jan. 18 vs Delta JC Jan. 21 at Nevada * Jan. 25 Cal State Stanislaus* Jan. 28 Sonoma State* Feb. 1 at San Francisco Feb. 5 at Santa Clara* Feb. 8 California* Feb. 11 at Sonoma State * Feb. 19 Nevada* Feb. 22 at Cal State Stanislaus* Feb. 25 Humboldt State*

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16-47 45-51 35-48 44-38 59-44 59-37 29-60 32-68 42-59 40-81 51-47 45-51 58-38 36-29 23-47 33-62 33-58 54-51 46-73

1977-78 Head Coach: Jacy Showers Record: 13-11 (4-8 NCAC) Dec. 2 at Feather River JC Dec. 6 Sonoma State Dec. 8 Cal State Stanislaus Dec. 9 vs Cal State East Bay Dec. 10 vs San Francisco Dec. 29 at Cal State Stanislaus Jan. 5 vs Sacramento State Jan. 6 vs Sonoma State Jan. 7 vs Fresno State Jan. 13 at Stanford* Jan. 14 California* Jan. 17 Santa Clara* Jan. 20 at Fresno State* Jan. 28 San Jose State * Feb. 2 Stanford* Feb. 4 San Francisco * Feb. 7 at Santa Clara Feb. 10 Sacramento CC Feb. 15 at San Jose State * Feb. 18 Fresno State* Feb. 21 Delta JC Feb. 24 at California* Feb. 25 at San Francisco * Feb. 28 at American River JC

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35-72 84-44 60-54 43-35 63-61 63-39 46-73 69-38 40-41 58-67 54-72 75-42 40-55 42-67 43-59 61-59 66-60 55-37 33-68 50-42 69-38 59-71 45-53 62-42

1978-79 Head Coach: Jacy Showers Record: 6-19 (0-12 NorCal) Nov. 29 Sacramento CC Dec. 1 Cal State East Bay Dec. 2 Chico State Dec. 5 at Stanislaus State Dec. 8 Sacramento State Dec. 15 vs Washington Dec. 16 at California Dec. 19 UC Davis Dec. 28 Cal State Stanislaus Jan. 4 Occidental Jan. 9 at Santa Clara* Jan. 11 at California* Jan. 17 at San Jose State * Jan. 20 Nevada Jan. 23 Fresno State* Jan. 27 Stanford* Feb. 2 at San Francisco * Feb. 3 Biola Feb. 6 Santa Clara* Feb. 10 California* Feb. 16 Hawai’i Feb. 17 San Jose State * Feb. 20 at Stanford* Feb. 23 at Fresno State* Feb. 27 San Francisco *

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1979-80 Head Coach: Mark French Record: 16-11 (4-8 NorCal) Nov. 30 Chico State Dec. 1 at Cal State East Bay Dec. 8 at UCLA Dec. 11 Eastern Washington Dec. 14 at Occidental Dec. 15 vs Santa Clara Dec. 18 at UC Davis Dec. 20 UC Irvine Dec. 21 at Sacramento State Jan. 4 at Cal Poly Jan. 5 at UC Santa Barbara Jan. 9 San Jose State * Jan. 10 Hawai’i Jan. 19 Fresno State* Jan. 21 at Stanford* Jan. 24 San Francisco * Jan. 26 California* Feb. 2 Santa Clara* Feb. 5 Saint Mary’s Feb. 7 Washington State Feb. 9 at San Jose State * Feb. 12 Stanford* Feb. 15 at Fresno State* Feb. 21 at California* Feb. 23 at San Francisco * Feb. 26 Nevada Feb. 29 at Santa Clara* 1980-81 Head Coach: Mark French Record: 20-7 (7-5 NorCal) Dec. 2 UC Davis Dec. 5 at Chico State Dec. 11 U.S. International Dec. 12 U.S. International Dec. 18 vs U.S. International Dec. 19 vs Cal Poly Dec. 20 at UC Santa Barbara Dec. 30 Cal State East Bay Jan. 3 No. 18 Clemson Jan. 5 New Mexico State Jan. 7 Azusa-Pacific Jan. 9 at Fresno State* Jan. 12 at San Francisco * Jan. 15 at California* Jan. 18 at Cal Poly Jan. 19 at Cal State Los Angeles Jan. 22 Santa Clara* Jan. 24 Stanford* Jan. 27 at San Diego State Jan. 30 San Jose State * Feb. 4 at Stanford* Feb. 7 Fresno State* Feb. 10 California* Feb. 14 San Francisco * Feb. 17 at Nevada Feb. 20 at Santa Clara* Feb. 27 at San Jose State * 1981-82 Head Coach: Mark French Record: 15-16 (5-7 NorCal) Nov. 19 vs Iowa Nov. 20 vs Cal State Fullerton Nov. 21 vs Arizona Dec. 4 vs Colorado Women’s College Dec. 5 at Cal State East Bay Dec. 6 vs Fresno State Dec. 11 Chico State Dec. 12 Cal Poly Dec. 13 UC Santa Barbara Dec. 20 vs Arizona Dec. 21 at UC Irvine Dec. 22 vs U.S. International Jan. 2 at UC Davis Jan. 5 Hawai’i Jan. 8 at Utah State Jan. 9 at Weber State Jan. 11 at Utah Jan. 12 at Brigham Young Jan. 16 at San Jose State * Jan. 19 Stanford* Jan. 21 at Fresno State* Jan. 23 Biola Jan. 27 at San Francisco * Jan. 30 California* Feb. 4 Santa Clara* Feb. 5 San Jose State* Feb. 13 at Stanford* Feb. 20 Fresno State* Feb. 22 San Francisco * Feb. 27 at California* Mar. 2 at Santa Clara*

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73-56 59-50 79-68 93-63 76-57 74-60 81-79 94-80 78-70 72-91 88-42 59-54 66-68 61-86 81-62 69-84 66-70 80-74 70-62 59-51 50-70 57-59 64-59 94-66 90-37 70-65 85-71

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81-70 64-86 83-71 96-71 74-54 75-71 78-61 75-87 60-80 52-60 59-71 85-73 91-59 83-74 81-82 54-86 56-59 74-93 57-89 57-73 83-76 75-72 65-67 62-79 77-64 72-61 68-91 82-64 82-76 65-80 64-72

1982-83 Head Coach: Mark French Record: 14-13 (7-7 NorPac) Nov. 18 San Francisco Nov. 19 at Cal Poly Nov. 20 vs Arizona State Nov. 27 Hawai’i Nov. 30 at Chico State Dec. 3 at UCLA Dec. 4 at Pepperdine Dec. 6 Montana Dec. 11 Cal Poly Dec. 19 vs Houston Dec. 20 vs Montana State Dec. 21 vs UC Santa Barbara Jan. 6 at San Jose State * Jan. 8 California* Jan. 12 at Santa Clara* Jan. 15 San Francisco * Jan. 21 at Oregon State* Jan. 22 at Oregon* Jan. 29 Washington* Jan. 31 Washington State* Feb. 2 at San Francisco * Feb. 6 Santa Clara* Feb. 8 at California* Feb. 10 San Jose State * Feb. 18 Fresno State* Feb. 22 Nevada Feb. 26 at Fresno State*

W 83-71 W 100-74 L 65-90 L 71-79 W 88-70 L 62-89 L 89-97 OT W 79-77 W 88-68 L 74-83 L 84-90 W 81-76 W 70-68 L 77-81 W 79-71 L 67-80 L 55-73 L 74-83 W 75-62 W 73-70 L 72-75 W 78-69 L 55-71 W 78-74 W 76-63 W 81-63 L 68-70

1983-84 Head Coach: Julie Sullivan Record: 13-13 (4-10 NorPac) Nov. 17 vs UC Irvine Nov. 18 at Cal Poly Nov. 19 vs San Francisco State Nov. 29 at Stanford Dec. 3 Chico State Dec. 10 at Cal Poly Pomona Dec. 12 at Cal Poly Dec. 19 Seattle Pacific Jan. 4 Arizona Jan. 6 Santa Clara* Jan. 12 Hawai’i Jan. 17 at California* Jan. 20 at San Francisco * Jan. 21 UCLA Jan. 23 San Jose State * Jan. 27 Oregon* Jan. 28 Oregon State* Feb. 2 at Washington* Feb. 4 at Washington State* Feb. 8 at Santa Clara* Feb. 11 San Francisco * Feb. 16 at San Jose State * Feb. 18 California* Feb. 24 Fresno State* Feb. 25 Saint Mary’s Mar. 2 at Fresno State*

L 60-72 W 66-55 W 80-50 W 84-75 W 84-55 L 67-77 W 91-63 W 101-63 W 84-79 W 77-73 W 63-61 L 70-93 L 73-80 L 71-91 L 68-79 L 57-86 L 81-90 L 59-88 L 67-90 L 76-88 W 63-61 W 73-70 L 58-63 W 74-71 W 78-63 L 55-75

1984-85 Head Coach: Julie Sullivan Record: 7-20 (1-7 PCAA) Nov. 23 RICE Nov. 24 Eastern Washington Nov. 25 California Nov. 27 Fresno State Nov. 30 vs Sonoma State Dec. 1 vs Cal Poly Dec. 2 vs UC Riverside Dec. 6 at Santa Clara Dec. 8 at San Jose State Dec. 15 at Cal Poly Pomona Dec. 19 UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 2 Kansas Jan. 4 vs Montana Jan. 5 vs San Diego Jan. 9 at UC Irvine * Jan. 11 at UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 15 at California Jan. 17 Hawai’i* Jan. 19 Hawai’i* Jan. 23 Stanford Jan. 25 at UNLV * Jan. 26 vs Fairfield Feb. 1 at Fresno State Feb. 7 UNLV * Feb. 9 UC Irvine * Feb. 19 at San Francisco Feb. 20 vs Santa Clara

L 69-71 L 60-73 L 87-97 L 62-64 W 110-43 W 67-59 W 71-56 L 47-68 L 74-83 L 71-86 L 71-73 OT L 86-81 L 69-92 W 63-55 L 55-71 L 55-63 L 76-85 OT L 72-77 W 74-62 L 77-81 L 50-75 L 63-83 W 76-68 L 64-95 L 48-61 L 73-80 W 73-72

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• Y e a r - B y - Y e a r R e s u lt s • 1985-86 Head Coach: Julie Sullivan Record: 11-17 (5-9 PCAA) Nov. 22 at San Francisco State Nov. 27 at Fresno State Nov. 30 at Santa Clara Dec. 4 at Nevada Dec. 7 at Cal Poly Dec. 10 San Jose State Dec. 13 San Francisco Dec. 17 Alaska-Anchorage Jan. 2 vs Northwestern Jan. 3 vs Fresno St. Jan. 4 vs Montana State Jan. 10 at California Jan. 14 Santa Clara Jan. 16 at Hawai’i* Jan. 18 at Hawai’i* Jan. 23 at San Diego State * Jan. 25 at UC Irvine * Jan. 30 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 1 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 8 UNLV * Feb. 13 at Long Beach State* Feb. 15 at Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 20 San Diego State * Feb. 22 UC Irvine * Feb. 24 Long Beach State* Feb. 27 at UC Santa Barbara* Mar. 1 at UNLV * Mar. 6 vs UNLV

W 69-59 L 61-83 L 70-79 L 74-79 L 65-67 W 71-70 W 94-80 W 76-65 W 87-82 L 54-93 L 67-70 L 53-85 OT W 75-73 L 59-80 L 57-85 L 80-97 L 56-69 W 76-55 W 62-58 L 63-89 L 86-121 L 49-69 W 102-75 W 73-64 L 78-90 W 65-54 L 61-106 L 70-77

1986-87 Head Coach: Julie Sullivan Record: 12-16 (5-13) PCAA Nov. 29 San Francisco State Dec. 1 at Cal Poly Dec. 6 Loyola Marymount Dec. 10 Nevada Dec. 13 at San Francisco Dec. 21 Idaho State Jan. 1 Virginia Jan. 5 vs Northern Arizona Jan. 6 at Santa Clara Jan. 8 at San Jose State * Jan. 10 Fresno State* Jan. 12 UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 17 UNLV * Jan. 22 at UC Irvine * Jan. 24 at Long Beach State* Jan. 31 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 2 San Diego State * Feb. 5 San Jose State * Feb. 7 at Fresno State* Feb. 9 UC Irvine * Feb. 14 Long Beach State* Feb. 16 Hawai’i* Feb. 17 Hawai’i* Feb. 19 at Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 21 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 26 at San Diego State * Feb. 28 at UNLV * Mar. 5 vs Long Beach State

W 94-53 W 79-56 W 76-66 W 62-58 L 79-90 W 87-64 L 79-101 W 69-63 W 72-66 W 70-55 L 61-66 W 62-48 L 71-85 L 62-73 L 65-114 L 66-72 L 74-85 W 68-57 L 63-90 L 66-70 L 46-99 L 63-74 L 65-83 W 69-67 W 53-49 L 52-80 L 63-97 L 65-123

1987-88 Head Coach: Julie Sullivan Record: 9-19 (4-14 PCAA) Nov. 28 Saint Mary’s Dec. 1 Santa Clara Dec. 4 vs Weber State Dec. 5 vs Portland State Dec. 9 San Francisco Dec. 12 at Saint Mary’s Dec. 17 at Nevada Dec. 18 vs U.S. International Dec. 19 vs Wayland Baptist Jan. 2 Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 4 San Diego State * Jan. 7 at Hawai’i* Jan. 9 at Hawai’i* Jan. 14 at UC Irvine * Jan. 16 at UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 21 San Jose State * Jan. 23 Fresno State* Jan. 28 at Long Beach State* Jan. 30 at UNLV * Feb. 8 UNLV * Feb. 13 UC Irvine * Feb. 18 at Fresno State* Feb. 20 at San Jose State * Feb. 22 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 27 Long Beach State* Mar. 3 at San Diego State * Mar. 5 at Cal State Fullerton* Mar. 10 at Long Beach State

W 73-65 L 52-66 W 69-64 W 88-67 W 69-47 W 82-64 L 54-65 L 69-79 L 54-64 W 77-67 L 56-77 L 47-76 L 61-70 L 50-61 L 62-63 W 49-46 L 50-64 L 52-106 L 57-73 L 63-79 L 47-56 L 64-80 W 65-55 W 85-69 L 57-98 L 58-101 L 56-62 L 50-77

1988-89 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 6-22 (4-14 Big West) Nov. 25 at Santa Clara Nov. 26 vs George Mason Dec. 2 at Montana Dec. 3 U.S. International Dec. 11 Saint Mary’s Dec. 16 at San Diego State * Dec. 17 at Cal State Fullerton* Dec. 19 at Cal Poly Pomona Dec. 30 LSU Jan. 6 at Portand State Jan. 7 at Portland Jan. 12 UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 14 UC Irvine * Jan. 19 at Fresno State* Jan. 21 at San Jose State * Jan. 26 Long Beach State* Jan. 28 UNLV * Feb. 2 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 9 at UC Irvine * Feb. 11 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 16 Fresno St.* Feb. 18 Hawai’i* Feb. 20 Hawai’i* Feb. 23 at Long Beach State* Feb. 25 at UNLV * Mar. 2 San Jose State * Mar. 4 San Diego State * Mar. 7 vs UC Irvine 1989-90 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 15-15 (7-11 Big West) Nov. 26 North Dakota Nov. 28 Santa Clara Dec. 1 at Washington State Dec. 2 vs New Orleans Dec. 8 at San Francisco Dec. 17 at Nevada Dec. 19 Georgia Tech Dec. 30 at Saint Mary’s Jan. 2 at UC Irvine * Jan. 4 at UNLV * Jan. 7 Fresno State* Jan. 13 at Long Beach State* Jan. 15 at UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 18 San Diego State * Jan. 20 Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 25 at Hawai’i* Jan. 27 at Hawai’i* Feb. 1 at Fresno State* Feb. 3 at San Jose State * Feb. 8 Long Beach State* Feb. 12 UNLV * Feb. 15 at Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 17 at San Diego State * Feb. 19 San Jose State* Feb. 21 Sacramento State Mar. 1 UC Santa Barbara* Mar. 4 UC Irvine * Mar. 7 vs Uc Irvine Mar. 8 vs Hawai’i Mar. 10 vs Long Beach State

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1990-91 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 15-13 (10-8 Big West) Nov. 23 vs Rocky Mountain College Nov. 24 at Montana State Nov. 27 at Santa Clara Dec. 2 at Saint Mary’s Dec. 7 vs St. John’s Dec. 8 vs Cleveland St. Dec. 14 Wichita State Dec. 15 San Francisco Dec. 31 Portland State Jan. 2 UNLV * Jan. 4 Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 7 at UC Irvine * Jan. 9 at UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 16 at San Jose State * Jan. 19 Hawai’i* Jan. 20 Hawai’i* Jan. 23 at New Mexico State* Jan. 25 at Long Beach State* Jan. 29 at Fresno State* Feb. 1 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 3 UC Irvine * Feb. 16 Fresno State* Feb. 20 New Mexico State* Feb. 23 San Jose State * Feb. 25 Long Beach State* Feb. 28 at Cal State Fullerton* Mar. 2 at UNLV * Mar. 6 vs UC Santa Barbara BWC

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81-86 56-57 49-82 71-67 71-78 55-76 66-82 72-83 58-88 64-90 72-46 62-73 66-51 51-59 59-54 65-87 55-64 61-80 57-67 60-62 68-72 53-75 59-80 71-96 73-92 67-60 85-68 49-60

85-64 77-68 60-69 71-61 59-60 76-64 88-68 77-85 89-45 63-90 58-69 70-90 79-87 68-64 70-72 53-63 68-87 77-76 71-58 64-82 49-82 55-68 82-68 70-56 81-59 60-61 82-28 71-51 68-63 83-85

W 61-46 L 46-68 L 67-75 L 65-87 L 69-78 W 88-59 W 100-70 W 76-68 W 78-68 L 54-64 W 73-68 W 67-52 L 71-82 W 73-49 W 58-53 W 62-45 L 81-88 L 69-71 L 69-80 W 66-58 W 66-48 W 79-74 W 101-78 W 72-54 L 73-91 L 52-77 L 76-102 L 42-62

1991-92 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 13-15 (11-7 Big West) Nov. 24 Montana State Nov. 29 vs Mississippi Nov. 30 vs Eastern Illinois Dec. 6 vs Lamar Dec. 7 at Rice Dec. 13 at Sacramento State Dec. 20 vs Texas-San Antonio Dec. 21 at Santa Clara Dec. 30 Saint Mary’s Jan. 2 at Fresno State* Jan. 8 at Hawai’i* Jan. 10 at Hawai’i* Jan. 16 UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 23 at UNLV * Jan. 25 at New Mexico State* Jan. 30 UC Irvine * Feb. 1 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 4 at San Jose State * Feb. 6 Long Beach State* Feb. 13 at Long Beach State* Feb. 15 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 20 New Mexico State* Feb. 22 UNLV * Feb. 27 at Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 29 at UC Irvine * Mar. 3 San Jose State * Mar. 8 Fresno State* Mar. 11 vs Hawai’i

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62-65 58-74 79-61 54-75 61-69 66-76 75-57 69-77 66-78 65-58 56-59 60-84 91-86 70-83 81-72 79-42 68-69 65-60 57-66 89-85 55-74 80-67 63-66 70-69 65-47 78-46 87-72 65-78

1992-93 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 19-8 (12-6 Big West) Dec. 1 Santa Clara Dec. 5 at Cal State Northridge Dec. 11 Cal State Sacramento Dec. 19 at Brigham Young Dec. 21 at Weber State Dec. 31 Fresno State Jan. 2 Nevada* Jan. 3 Idaho Jan. 6 Saint Mary’s Jan. 9 San Jose State * Jan. 14 at UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 16 at Long Beach State* Jan. 21 UNLV * Jan. 23 New Mexico State* Jan. 28 at UC Irvine * Jan. 30 at Cal St. Fullerton * Feb. 4 Hawai’i* Feb. 5 Hawai’i* Feb. 11 Long Beach State* Feb. 13 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 18 at New Mexico State* Feb. 20 at UNLV * Feb. 25 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 27 UC Irvine * Mar. 1 at San Jose State * Mar. 6 at Nevada * Mar. 10 vs New Mexico State

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86-90 69-39 67-54 65-62 68-49 72-57 79-51 68-57 71-66 57-45 75-76 64-69 54-67 83-73 74-58 70-44 61-64 59-72 75-55 88-79 66-68 83-78 73-57 90-73 69-51 73-69 72-73

1993-94 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 16-12 (10-8 Big West) Nov. 30 at Sacramento State Dec. 3 at Idaho Dec. 4 vs Brigham Young Dec. 8 at Fresno State Dec. 11 Santa Clara Dec. 20 New Mexico Dec. 29 at Saint Mary’s Jan. 3 at Nevada * Jan. 8 San Jose State * Jan. 13 UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 15 Long Beach State* Jan. 20 at UNLV * Jan. 22 at New Mexico State* Jan. 25 Cal State Northridge Jan. 29 at San Jose State * Jan. 31 Nevada* Feb. 3 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 5 UC Irvine * Feb. 11 at Long Beach State* Feb. 13 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 17 New Mexico State* Feb. 19 UNLV * Feb. 25 at Hawai’i* Feb. 26 at Hawai’i* Mar. 3 at UC Irvine * Mar. 5 at Cal State Fullerton* Mar. 9 vs UC Santa Barbara Mar. 10 vs Hawai’i

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68-54 86-76 56-74 62-60 61-73 85-58 74-84 81-52 72-70 63-68 65-63 62-58 68-76 73-52 63-74 63-47 79-76 80-62 76-88 66-73 53-63 71-69 58-92 73-77 80-62 79-75 72-65 59-73

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• Y e a r - B y - Y e a r R e s u lt s • 1994-95 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 20-15 (11-7 Big West) Nov. 30 Brigham Young Dec. 2 vs Portland Dec. 3 vs Montana State Dec. 6 Sacramento State Dec. 9 vs Idaho State Dec. 10 vs Ohio State Dec. 11 vs Ohio Dec. 17 vs Wright State Dec. 18 vs Texas-Pan American Dec. 29 Cal State Northridge Dec. 31 at Fresno State Jan. 3 at Hawai’i* Jan. 5 at San Jose State * Jan. 10 Nevada* Jan. 13 UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 15 Long Beach State* Jan. 20 at UC Irvine * Jan. 22 at Cal St. Fullerton * Jan. 27 UNLV * Jan. 29 New Mexico State* Feb. 5 at Nevada * Feb. 10 at Long Beach State* Feb. 12 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 17 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 19 UC Irvine * Feb. 24 at New Mexico State* Feb. 26 at UNLV * Mar. 2 San Jose State * Mar. 5 Hawai’i* Mar. 8 at UNLV Mar. 9 vs New Mexico State Mar. 11 vs UC Irvine Mar. 23 vs Notre Dame Mar. 24 vs Clemson Mar. 25 vs VCU

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59-66 65-68 67-64 68-53 84-56 74-67 84-71 58-75 75-53 76-41 66-72 51-53 64-51 84-62 66-50 73-84 66-64 61-68 81-88 69-56 69-72 86-71 67-75 63-57 57-55 60-75 72-70 58-57 73-56 72-70 67-55 53-65 74-88 75-80 70-83

1995-96 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 18-12 (11-7 Big West) Nov. 25 vs Boise State Nov. 26 vs Wagner Dec. 3 American Dec. 9 at Santa Clara Dec. 16 at California Dec. 17 vs Texas Tech Dec. 19 Stephen F. Austin Dec. 28 at Cal State Northridge Dec. 30 Fresno State Jan. 2 UC Irvine * Jan. 4 Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 7 at UNLV * Jan. 9 at New Mexico State* Jan. 12 San Jose State * Jan. 14 Hawai’i* Jan. 21 at Nevada * Jan. 26 at UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 28 at Long Beach State* Feb. 2 New Mexico State* Feb. 4 UNLV * Feb. 9 at San Jose State * Feb. 11 at Hawai’i* Feb. 18 Nevada* Feb. 23 Long Beach State* Feb. 25 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 29 at Cal State Fullerton* Mar. 2 at UC Irvine * Mar. 6 vs Long Beach State Mar. 7 vs UC Santa Barbara Mar. 9 vs Hawai’i

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68-71 85-62 79-68 68-67 72-79 61-81 61-76 75-44 68-65 76-56 75-50 57-51 58-68 79-70 65-67 67-66 57-74 67-64 64-59 75-52 78-64 70-78 50-62 98-95 48-79 72-68 57-67 90-80 88-87 64-68

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1996-97 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 9-18 (8-7 Big West) Nov. 24 at San Francisco Nov. 26 Santa Clara Dec. 6 vs Nebraska Dec. 7 vs Iowa Dec. 8 vs Arkansas Dec. 14 Fresno State Dec. 27 vs Princeton Dec. 28 at Washington Dec. 30 at San Jose State Jan. 3 at James Madison Jan. 5 at American Jan. 10 UC Irvine * Jan. 12 Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 17 at Idaho* Jan. 19 at Long Beach State* Jan. 23 at Cal Poly* Jan. 25 at UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 31 North Texas* Feb. 2 New Mexico State* Feb. 9 at Nevada * Feb. 14 at Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 16 at UC Irvine * Feb. 21 Boise State * Feb. 23 Long Beach State* Feb. 27 UC Santa Barbara* Mar. 1 Cal Poly* Mar. 5 vs Idaho

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52-72 58-74 55-82 60-80 59-93 56-64 65-51 49-79 60-63 45-80 64-85 54-57 76-74 64-54 58-71 65-57 57-81 83-77 77-64 48-65 55-78 54-56 66-63 58-50 78-97 61-49 48-71

1997-98 Head Coach: Melissa Taketa Record: 9-18 (5-10 Big West) Nov. 16 at Sacramento State Nov. 22 at Santa Clara Nov. 24 California Dec. 1 Brigham Young Dec. 5 at Stephen F. Austin Dec. 6 vs Texas Southern Dec. 12 at Saint Mary’s Dec. 20 at Fresno State Dec. 22 San Jose State Dec. 28 James Madison Jan. 2 San Diego Jan. 11 Nevada* Jan. 16 at North Texas* Jan. 18 at New Mexico State* Jan. 22 at UC Irvine * Jan. 24 at Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 30 Idaho* Feb. 1 Long Beach State* Feb. 6 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 8 Cal Poly* Feb. 13 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 15 at Cal Poly* Feb. 20 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 22 UC Irvine * Feb. 26 at Boise State * Feb. 28 at Long Beach State* Mar. 4 vs Boise State

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55-63 57-70 64-63 48-57 52-81 60-51 51-67 40-53 70-59 57-51 54-70 58-66 55-60 59-56 35-56 57-65 60-53 66-53 48-55 59-63 57-85 68-61 70-61 48-52 46-61 77-78 57-65

1998-99 Head Coach: Sherri Murrell Record: 14-13 (10-5 Big West) Nov. 14 Sacramento State W Nov. 17 at California L Nov. 24 Saint Mary’s L Dec. 1 San Francisco W Dec. 5 vs Saint Joseph’s L Dec. 6 vs Gonzaga L Dec. 12 Fresno State W Dec. 19 at San Jose State W Dec. 28 No. 24 Santa Clara L Dec. 30 at Brigham Young L Jan. 2 at San Diego L Jan. 10 at North Texas* OT L Jan. 15 Nevada* W Jan. 17 New Mexico State* W Jan. 22 UC Irvine * W Jan. 24 Cal State Fullerton* W L Jan. 28 at Idaho* Jan. 30 at Long Beach State* L Feb. 5 at Cal Poly* W Feb. 7 at No. 23 UC Santa Barbara * L Feb. 12 Cal Poly* W Feb. 14 No. 22 UC Santa Barbara* L Feb. 19 at Cal State Fullerton* W Feb. 21 at UC Irvine * W Feb. 25 Boise State * W Feb. 27 Long Beach State* W Mar. 3 vs Idaho BWC L

73-57 58-66 54-65 78-50 44-54 64-65 77-59 75-38 58-70 50-59 60-72 77-82 66-51 74-59 68-64 89-64 74-79 57-74 76-58 76-84 66-54 66-76 78-65 66-60 58-53 73-69 58-60

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1999-2000 Head Coach: Sherri Murrell Record: 18-11 (8-7 Big West) Nov. 23 Gonzaga W Nov. 26 vs Marquette 1 OT L Nov. 27 vs Idaho State 1 W Dec. 1 at Portland State W Dec. 5 San Diego W Dec. 18 Bradley W Dec. 20 Stanford L Dec. 28 vs UMBC W Dec. 29 at Montana L Jan. 2 UNLV W Jan. 7 San Jose State W Jan. 10 at Sacramento State W Jan. 14 North Texas* W Jan. 21 at New Mexico State* OT L Jan. 23 at Nevada * L Jan. 27 at Cal State Fullerton* W Jan. 29 at UC Irvine * L W Feb. 4 Idaho* Feb. 6 at Long Beach State* L Feb. 11 UC Santa Barbara* L Feb. 13 Cal Poly* W Feb. 18 at UC Santa Barbara* L Feb. 20 at Cal Poly* W Feb. 25 UC Irvine * W Feb. 27 Cal State Fullerton* W Mar. 2 Long Beach State* L Mar. 4 at Boise State * W Mar. 8 vs North Texas BWC W Mar. 10 vs UC Santa Barbara BWC L 1 - Oregon State Classic (Corvallis, Ore.)

84-70 81-86 64-55 59-50 53-39 76-43 55-70 70-49 54-55 69-65 77-50 69-47 61-48 65-69 72-76 78-69 58-62 63-57 70-74 59-69 77-57 59-69 82-81 71-63 69-53 47-61 69-55 74-56 68-80

2000-01 Head Coach: Sherri Murrell Record: 17-11 (10-4 Big West Nov. 18 at Santa Clara Nov. 20 Sacramento State Nov. 24 vs Providence Nov. 26 at No. 18 Stanford Nov. 29 at Utah Dec. 1 at Northern Illinois Dec. 3 at Bradley Dec. 9 Southern Utah Dec. 13 at Fresno State Dec. 15 Portland State Dec. 23 at UNLV Dec. 28 Long Island Jan. 6 Pepperdine Jan. 12 Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 14 UC Irvine * Jan. 19 at Boise State * Jan. 21 at Idaho* Jan. 28 at Long Beach State* Feb. 2 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 4 Cal Poly* Feb. 9 at Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 11 at UC Irvine * Feb. 16 Boise State * Feb. 18 Idaho* Feb. 25 Long Beach State* Mar. 1 at UC Santa Barbara* Mar. 3 at Cal Poly* Mar. 7 vs Cal Poly

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2001-02 Head Coach: Sherri Murrell Record: 19-11 (12-4 Big West) Nov. 9 at New Mexico Nov. 20 at Sacramento State Nov. 24 at Gonzaga Nov. 26 at Southern Utah Nov. 29 Rutgers Dec. 1 at San Diego Dec. 12 Santa Clara Dec. 15 Portland Dec. 22 at San Jose State Dec. 28 Utah Jan. 4 at Pepperdine Jan. 8 Idaho* Jan. 13 at Cal Poly* Jan. 18 UC Irvine * Jan. 20 Long Beach State* Jan. 24 at UC Riverside* Jan. 26 at Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 30 Cal State Northridge* Feb. 1 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 3 at Cal State Northridge* Feb. 8 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 10 Cal Poly* Feb. 15 at Long Beach State* Feb. 17 at UC Irvine * Feb. 22 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 24 UC Riverside* Mar. 2 at Idaho* Mar. 6 vs Idaho Mar. 8 vs UC Riverside Mar. 9 vs UC Santa Barbara

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54-81 86-46 86-85 69-60 53-61 63-64 61-70 82-74 75-78 68-62 74-82 86-46 66-53 72-40 82-79 65-79 63-52 90-51 58-67 92-60 66-83 80-73 72-77 65-53 70-61 78-60 71-63 72-45 64-47 53-64

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• Y e a r - B y - Y e a r R e s u lt s • 2002-03 Head Coach: Craig Jackson Record: 16-14 (11-5 Big West) Nov. 22 Northern Arizona Nov. 24 at Purdue Nov. 29 vs Kentucky Nov. 30 vs St. Bonaventure Dec. 3 at Portland Dec. 8 San Diego Dec. 11 Sacramento State Dec. 14 Stanford Dec. 21 at Santa Clara Dec. 28 Saint Mary’s Jan. 2 at Idaho* Jan. 5 at Texas Tech Jan. 11 at Cal State Northridge* Jan. 16 Cal Poly* Jan. 18 No. 19 UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 23 at UC Irvine* Jan. 25 at Long Beach State* Jan. 30 UC Riverside* Feb. 1 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 5 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 8 Cal State Northridge* Feb. 15 at Cal Poly* Feb. 20 Long Beach State* Feb. 22 UC Irvine* Feb. 27 at Cal State Fullerton* Mar. 1 at UC Riverside* Mar. 6 Idaho* Mar. 12 vs UC Riverside BWC Mar. 14 vs Long Beach State BWC Mar. 15 vs UC Santa Barbara BWC 2003-04 Head Coach: Craig Jackson Record: 15-14 (13-5 Big West) Nov. 21 Green Bay Nov. 25 Santa Clara Dec. 1 at Baylor Dec. 4 at Northern Arizona Dec. 8 at No. 5 Texas Tech Dec. 12 at No. 6 Stanford Dec. 21 at San Diego Dec. 28 Iona Dec. 30 at Saint Mary’s Jan. 3 UC Riverside* Jan. 5 Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 8 at Long Beach State* Jan. 10 at UC Irvine * Jan. 15 Utah State* Jan. 17 Idaho* Jan. 22 at Cal Poly* Jan. 24 at UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 31 Cal State Northridge* Feb. 5 UC Irvine* Feb. 7 Long Beach State* Feb. 12 at Idaho* Feb. 14 at Utah State* Feb. 19 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 21 Cal Poly* Feb. 28 at Cal State Northridge* Mar. 4 at Cal State Fullerton* Mar. 6 at UC Riverside* Mar. 11 vs Cal State Fullerton Mar. 12 vs Idaho 2004-05 Head Coach: Craig Jackson Record: 5-22 (2-16 Big West) Nov. 19 Northern Arizona Nov. 21 at No. 7 Stanford Nov. 24 Weber State Dec. 4 at No. 9 Duke Dec. 11 at Illinois Dec. 18 Colorado Dec. 21 at Oregon State Dec. 28 at UC Riverside* Dec. 30 at Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 6 Long Beach State* Jan. 8 UC Irvine* Jan. 13 at Utah State* Jan. 15 at Idaho* Jan. 20 Cal Poly* Jan. 22 UC Santa Barbara* Jan. 27 at Cal State Northridge* Jan. 29 UC Davis Feb. 3 at UC Irvine* Feb. 5 at Long Beach State* Feb. 10 Idaho* Feb. 12 Utah State* Feb. 17 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 19 at Cal Poly* Feb. 24 Cal State Northridge* Feb. 28 at UC Davis Mar. 3 Cal State Fullerton* Mar. 5 UC Riverside*

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2005-06 Head Coach: Craig Jackson/Karen Weitz Record: 6-22 (3-11 Big West) Nov. 18 Texas Southern Nov. 20 Oregon State Nov. 25 at Green Bay Nov. 26 vs Mercer Nov. 28 Southern Utah Dec. 1 No. 11 Stanford Dec. 8 at Colorado Dec. 10 at Weber State Dec. 18 Wofford Dec. 22 at Sacramento State Dec. 30 Sonoma State Jan. 4 Cal State Northridge* Jan. 7 at UC Riverside* Jan. 9 at Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 13 Long Beach State* Jan. 15 UC Irvine* Jan. 21 at UC Davis Jan. 26 Cal Poly* Jan. 28 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 2 UC Davis Feb. 9 at UC Irvine* Feb. 11 at Long Beach State* Feb. 16 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 18 UC Riverside* Feb. 25 at Cal State Northridge* Mar. 2 at UC Santa Barbara* Mar. 4 at Cal Poly* Mar. 8 vs Cal Poly BWC

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2006-07 Head Coach: Lynne Roberts Record: 8-22 (2-12 Big West) Nov. 12 at Portland Nov. 19 Colorado State Nov. 24 at Oklahoma State Nov. 26 at Wichita State Nov. 29 Utah State Dec. 1 San Diego Dec. 3 at Saint Mary’s Dec. 7 at Northern Arizona Dec. 9 at Southern Utah Dec. 12 at Santa Clara Dec. 15 Sacramento State Dec. 22 Lafayette Dec. 27 San Jose State Dec. 30 at Cal State Northridge* Jan. 4 UC Riverside* Jan. 6 Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 11 at Long Beach State* Jan. 13 at UC Irvine* Jan. 20 UC Davis Jan. 25 at Cal Poly* Jan. 27 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 1 UC Irvine* Feb. 3 Long Beach State* Feb. 8 at Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 10 at UC Riverside* Feb. 15 at UC Davis Feb. 24 Cal State Northridge* Mar. 1 UC Santa Barbara* Mar. 3 Cal Poly* Mar. 7 vs Cal State Fullerton

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2007-08 Head Coach: Lynne Roberts Record: 14-16 (9-7 Big West) Nov. 9 at Utah State Nov. 13 Cal State Stanislaus Nov. 17 San Francisco State Nov. 20 at San Jose State Nov. 28 Saint Mary’s Dec. 2 at Northern Colorado Dec. 4 at Colorado State Dec. 9 Santa Clara Dec. 11 at Sacramento State Dec. 21 Eastern Washington Dec. 28 Portland Dec. 30 Idaho Jan. 2 at UC Riverside* Jan. 10 Long Beach State* Jan. 12 Cal State Northridge* Jan. 17 at UC Irvine* Jan. 19 at Cal State Fullerton* Jan. 24 Cal Poly* Jan. 26 UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 2 at Cal Poly* Feb. 7 at Cal State Northridge* Feb. 9 at Long Beach State* Feb. 14 Cal State Fullerton* Feb. 16 UC Irvine* Feb. 21 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 23 at Cal Poly* Mar. 1 UC Davis* Mar. 8 UC Riverside* Mar. 13 vs Cal Poly

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71-76 72-64 62-98 61-78 68-50 84-70 51-61 58-63 71-65 76-64 66-62 63-58 70-71 76-62 56-65 61-37 72-66 58-68 54-76 63-60 55-74 98-92 51-62 48-44 59-50 64-74 39-58 70-85 61-70 62-64

2009-10 Head Coach: Lynne Roberts Record: 8-22 (2-12 Big West) Nov. 15 Montana State Nov. 17 Southern Utah Nov. 20 at Iona Nov. 22 at Monmout Dec. 4 at Portland Dec. 6 at Portland State Dec. 10 San Francisco Dec. 13 Santa Clara Dec. 22 at Fresno State Dec. 29 Saint Mary’s Jan. 2 at Cal State Northridge * Jan. 4 at Cal State Fullerton * Jan. 7 Cal Poly * Jan. 9 UC Santa Barbara * Jan. 16 at UC Irvine * Jan. 20 Cal State Bakersfield Jan. 23 at UC Davis * Jan. 27 UC Irvine * Jan. 30 UC Riverside * Feb. 4 at UC Santa Barbara* Feb. 6 at Cal Poly* Feb. 11 UC Davis* Feb. 13 at Sacramento State* Feb. 20 Long Beach State* Feb. 25 at UC Riverside* Feb. 27 at Long Beach State* Mar. 4 Cal State Fullerton* Mar. 6 Cal State Northridge* Mar. 10 vs UC Santa Barbara

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79-91 67-54 54-76 53-64 66-80 57-75 67-71 69-74 33-63 70-63 76-70 65-82 53-63 58-65 57-68 63-76 59-68 54-70 59-71 34-71 66-99 74-58 81-95 77-87 41-50 77-67 56-65 93-89 54-82

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Pamela A. Eibeck University President

Pamela A. Eibeck became the 24th President of University of the Pacific on July 1, 2009. She is Pacific’s sixth President since the University moved to Stockton in 1924 and the first woman to hold the office. Her Presidency follows a distinguished career as a researcher, teacher, educational reformer, and university administrator. Prior to joining Pacific, Eibeck was dean of the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering at Texas Tech—one of the nation’s largest engineering colleges with 4,400 students, 156 faculty and five research centers. There, she was responsible for eight academic departments, 33 degree programs and a $55 million budget. An active fundraiser, Eibeck helped build an endowment of $57 million and doubled the number of endowed chairs. Eibeck takes the helm at a University with strong enrollments and finances, and the best incoming student academic profile in its history. With a record number of applications for Fall 2009, university enrollment is expected to remain steady at around 6,250 with a 20-point jump in the average admitted freshmen SAT score to 1200. Construction continues on two major buildings: the $7.5 million Janssen-Lagorio Multipurpose Gymnasium and the $10 million John T. Chambers Technology Center, and the last fiscal year closed with a surplus for the 13th consecutive year. While spending time to get know Pacific in her first year, Eibeck has committed to building on these strengths by continuing to enhance educational quality, build national visibility, and deepen the University’s involvement in community engagement. Eibeck received her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in mechanical engineering between 1979 and 1986 from Stanford University. She joined the faculty at the University of California at Berkeley, where she earned tenure and served from 1985 to 1995. In 1995, she became a professor and chair of mechanical engineering at Northern Arizona University, where she later served as director of the honors program and then vice provost for undergraduate studies. In 2004, Eibeck was named dean of the college of engineering at Texas Tech. An expert in heat transfer, Eibeck conducted experimental research related to electronics cooling and thermal tiles used by NASA on the space shuttles. Her later work focused on engineering educational reform, including early use of multimedia in the classroom, curriculum development and, most recently, ways to attract young people and women to the profession. She has authored or co-authored nearly 50 articles and papers. Eibeck became a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in 2008. She received the Distinguished Engineering Educator Award from the Society of Women Engineers in 1996 and the Boeing Outstanding Educator Award in 1999. Eibeck is married to William D. Jeffery, a law professor and a native of California. They have four children. Sons Andrew and Kevin live in the Bay Area. Daughter Katherine attends the University of Southern California. Their youngest son, Will, attends Santa Clara University. 2010-11 Pac i fi c Wo m en ’ s Ba s k et b a ll

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Founded in 1851 as the first chartered university in California, University of the Pacific continues to enjoy a reputation as one of the finest academic institutions in the West. The main Stockton campus, with its expansive lawns and brick-and-ivy architecture, much like many renowned universities in the East, is highly regarded as one of the most picturesque college campuses in the West. The only private school in the Big West Conference, Pacific offers a diversity of programs that would normally be associated with a much larger university. Personal attention and small class sizes have become Pacific trademarks and help attract students from many U.S. states and foreign countries. Pacific provides its 6,235 scholars a student-to-faculty ratio of less than 13-to-1. Pacific is comprised of 11 schools and colleges on three campuses, offering students the distinctive advantage of nearby resources. Two professional schools complement the Stockton campus: the School of Dentistry in San Francisco and the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. The Stockton campus features the central liberal arts division, College of the Pacific and schools of music, engineering, education, pharmacy, business & public administration, international studies, the Graduate School and University College. Pacific students are represented on many policy-making committees, and the Associated Students (ASUOP) play an active role in campus life through social and cultural programs. The Stockton metropolitan area, with a population of over 280,000, is nestled conveniently in the San Joaquin Valley between San Francisco and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Pacific offers its students a proximity to many exciting places including Monterey/Carmel, Lake Tahoe, the northern California wine country, and Yosemite National Park. It is adjacent to over 1,000 miles of waterways, making it the largest inland seaport in the state.

THE PACIFIC EXPERIENCE • Over 80 major fields from which to choose, yet an average class size of under 20, even in the freshman year. • NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics as well as numerous club and intramural sports. • Exposure to a wide range of knowledge through the General Education program, and hundreds of opportunities for gaining “handson” experience in a chosen field. • A strong liberal arts tradition within key academic units including business, conservatory, education, engineering, international studies, and pharmacy.

• An intercultural perspective that prepares students for working in an increasingly diverse and international society. • Students sit on many decision-making committees of the University to ensure that the voice of the students is heard. • A New England-like campus in northern California. • With more than 6,000 students enrolled, Pacific is one of the smallest universities to be ranked among the top 100 national universities, both by US News & World Report and the The Washington Monthly College Guide.

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Pacific’s Mission

The University of the Pacific's mission is to provide a superior, student-centered learning experience integrating liberal arts and professional education and preparing individuals for lasting achievement and responsible leadership in their careers and communities. The first chartered institution of higher education in the State of California, the University of the Pacific is a mid-sized independent, comprehensive university offering a wide choice of high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs in Stockton, Sacramento, and San Francisco. Pacific is an outstanding blend of the advantages of the diverse programs of a major university and the broad, highly personalized learning of the selective liberal arts college. We accomplish our mission through highly personalized programs delivered in a caring, supportive, and attractive environment. We seek to develop and strengthen self-confidence, initiative, analytical and problem-solving abilities, and an enthusiasm for learning. Central to our mission is the dedication of our faculty and staff to excellence in teaching and advising. We encourage and support research, scholarship and creative activity as complements to our fundamental mission of teaching. Our mission dictates a commitment to leadership development, global awareness, community involvement and opportunities for individuals from diverse backgrounds. We are committed to providing practical experiences to complement classroom learning. Highly interactive student-faculty relations and a broad array of co-curricular activities that help to develop students' abilities are hallmarks of learning at the University of the Pacific. How old is Pacific? We became California’s first chartered institution of higher education in 1851. We were also the first co-ed university (the first graduating class had five men and five women). We celebrated our sesquicentennial year in 2001. What type of university is Pacific? Pacific is a comprehensive university with three campuses and eleven schools and colleges. Eight of our schools and colleges provide undergraduate education on the Stockton campus, including a college of liberal arts and sciences (College of the Pacific), six professional schools and an adult re-entry division. The Stockton campus also has a graduate school. The other two campuses are the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento and the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco.

Is Pacific a religious or church-related university? No. Pacific was founded by and is affiliated with the Methodist Church. We do have a chapel, a full-time chaplain, a number of religious-oriented clubs, and a Department of Religious Studies, but we are not a “religious” university where students are required to attend chapel or to take religion classes. Any or all of the above are available to students who are interested, but participation in such activities is completely voluntary. Is Pacific accredited? Pacific is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), and many academic programs have additional accreditation by appropriate professional organizations.

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• Pacific Facilities • Alex G. Spanos Center & Intercollegiate Athletics Center The Alex G. Spanos Center (see page six) is the home of Pacific’s women’s basketball team, as well as men’s basketball and men’s & women’s volleyball. The Intercollegiate Athletics Center is the home of most Pacific athletics teams and holds the Pacific student-athletes’ locker rooms, weight room, training facilities, meeting rooms, and academic center as well as the offices for the Pacific coaches and staff.

Brookside Field - Field Hockey Located on campus, Brookside Field is the home of the Pacific Field Hockey team. The large, well manicured field features the game field as well as ample space for practice outside the playing field. It’s tree-lined borders provide Pacific field hockey fans with a shade for afternoon contests.

Hal Nelson Tennis Courts & Roy and Jean Sanders Tennis Clubhouse he Hal Nelson Tennis Courts became the home of the Tiger men’s and women’s tennis teams in 1998-99. This facility is located adjacent to the north bank of the Calaveras River. It includes nine courts and state-of-the-art lighting. The Roy and Jean Sanders Clubhouse will provide the Pacific men’s and women’s tennis teams with updated locker rooms and meeting space.

Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium Women’s Soccer Pacific’s women’s soccer team competes in Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium, which was formerly the home of Pacific football. Stagg was built in 1950 and has undergone several renovative efforts since. At a capacity of 30,000, the Pacific Tigers have one of, if not the, largest soccer-only stadiums in the U.S.

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• Pacific Facilities • Klein Family Field - Baseball In 2006, Pacific saw the opening of its first on-campus baseball field, Klein Family Field (bottom right). Klein Family Field is one of two on-campus facilities with stadium lights that allow for night games throughout the season. The Pacific baseball team’s home seats 2,500 and capacity grew even larger in the fall of 2008, with the addition of two new luxury boxes on the upper concourse.

Bill Simoni Field Softball Bill Simoni Field has been the home of the Tiger softball team since its completion in 1993. It is located just east of Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium, shadowed by the Pacific Club that sits atop the east rim of the stadium. Construction of the facility was laid out in three stages, including the playing surface, press box, and lighting. The press box and landscaping were completed in 1995. Kjeldsen Pool, located adjacent to the athletics department. The complex also holds lockerrooms and coaches’ offices. In 2008 the pool was resur-

Chris Kjeldsen Pool Complex Swimming & Water Polo The Chris Kjeldsen pool complex has served the University of the Pacific and Stockton communities well for 25 years. In 1995-96, under the direction of former athletic director Bob Lee, the athletic department raised funds to make the swimming program and facilities at Pacific among the very best in the country, with completion of the new Pacific Aquatics Center. In 2008 the pool was resurfaced with new siding to make it one of the faster pools in the Big West Conference.

Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium Athletics & Recreation Pacific athletics is dedicated to providing students with topnotch facilities, and the Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium is the newest addition to the Tigers’ facilities. The multi-purpose practice facility was officially opened in December 2009.

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• 2009-10 Pacific Athletics • Pacific picked up two conference championships throughout the season as both the men’s basketball team and the women’s water polo team earned a split regular season Big West championship. The Tigers garnered six conference player of the year honors while taking home 54 allconference awads. Pacific also had one Academic All-Americans and 48 Academic All-Conference Team athletes. BASEBALL Final Record: 31-23 (12-12 Big West Conference) • Pacific’s 31 victories over Division I opponents was a record number of wins for the Tiger baseball program. • Tied a program high for players drafted in the MLB Amateur Draft in June with five Tigers moving on to the professional ranks. (Nick Longmire, J.B. Brown, Mike Walker, Joe Oliveira, Hunter Carnevale) • Set program records for hits (629), batting average (.325), saves (12) and fielding percentage (.971). • Six Tigers received All-Big West honors at the end of the year. Hunter Carnevale led the way on the first team while J.B.Brown and Mike Walker received second team recognition and Nick Longmire, Brian Martin and Joe Oliveira were named honorable mention.

Men’s Basketball Team Co-Big West Champions

SOCCER Final Record: 10-6-3 (4-3-1 Big West Conference) • Pacific finished just outside of the Big West Championships after suffering a rash of injuries during conference play. • Sophomore Angelica Figueroa was named the Big West Midfielder of the Year as well as earning first team all-conference and first team all-region after the season. • Junior Kylee Ah Choy earned first team allconference alongside of Figueroa while also earning first team all-region. Freshman Maricella Padilla, despite suffering a season-ending injury midseason, CROSS COUNTRY MEN’S BASKETBALL Final Record: Ninth of nine at Big West Championships earned all-conference and all-region honors in her Final Record: 23-12 (12-4 Big West Conference) • Pacific won 20+ games for the sixth time in seven • Pacific sent two runners to the NCAA Western first year of action. seasons, continuing their successes over the past Regionals in Kristina Hammarstrom and Jazmin • The Tigers finished No. 6 in the Western Region in the final NSCAA region rankings. Quiroz. decade. • The Tigers got back to the top of the mountain, • Kristina Hammarstrom was named to the finishing as the co-regular season champion of the Academic All-Big West Team as Pacific’s lone cross SOFTBALL Final Record: 24-30 (10-11 Big West Conference) country representative. Big West. • Despite being hit hard with injuries for the second • For the second year in a row the Tigers played in consecutive season, the Tigers finished the year in the CollegeInsider.com Post-Season Tournament, FIELD HOCKEY fourth place in the Big West Conference. making it to the finals of the tournament before Final Record: 5-12 (3-3 NorPac Conference) • Senior Kim Keyawa put together the Tigers’ • Freshman Nikki Armagost became just the second falling to Missouri State on the road. • Senior Joe Ford was named the Big West’s Defensive top performance of the season at the NorPac Tiger to be named Big West Freshman Pitcher of Player of the Year while earning CollegeInsider.com Championship tournament scoring three goals the Year while earning First Team All-Big West as a Defensive All-America honors. Freshman Allen in Pacific’s 7-2 win over Appalachian State. Her pitcher and second team all-conference as a utility player. Huddleston received CollegeInsider.com Freshman performance earned her all-tournament honors. • The Tigers earned NFHCA Division I National All-America Honors. Academic Team honors. • Senior Lisa Muhl was named to the All-West Region team after being named the NorPac Defensive Player of the Year. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Final Record: 6-22 (4-12 Big West Conference) • The Tigers earned their fourth straight trip to the Big West Championship tournament at the end of the season. • Sophomore Christina Thompson earned Big West Sixth Man of the Year at the completion of the season. • Pacific put two players on the All-Big West Honorable Mention Team in Eliza Dy and Christina Thompson.

GOLF Final Record: Second of Eight at Big West Championships • Junior Alex Johnson took home the Tigers’ lone individual championship, winning the Bill Cullum Invitational after shooting a career-low 66 in the opening round. • Johnson’s individual championship paved the way for Pacific to take home the tournament championship at the Bill Cullum Invitational, shooting a tournament record 21-under par. • Three Tigers’ earned All-Big West honors at the end of the year led by TJ Bordeaux’s appearance on the first team. • In addition to his play on the course, Johnson was named an Academic All-American for the 2009-10 Artem Gramma season.

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• 2009-10 Pacific Athletics • MEN’S TENNIS Final Record: 9-12 (3-2 Big West Conference) • Pacific earned the No. 2 overall seed in the Big West Championships but fell in its first match of the tournament to UC Irvine in the semifinals. • Senior Artem Gramma was named the Big West Player of the Year after finishing the season 22-9 in singles play. He earned first team all-conference honors in both singles and doubles as well. • Six different Tigers earned 10 different allconference awards at the end of the year with Ivan Castro joining Gramma on both the first team singles and doubles lists. • The Tigers were ranked as high as No. 51 in the nation during the season, earning the season-best ranking on April 17. WOMEN’S TENNIS Final Record: 8-14 (3-5 Big West Conference) • The Tigers earned the No. 6 seed in the Big West Championships before falling to UC Irvine in the first round of the tournament. • Junior Jenifer Widjaja was named the Big West Player of the Year after finishing the season ranked No. 82 in the country while posting a 19-3 singles Nikki Armagost record including a perfect 8-0 record in Big West matches. Widjaja also earned first team allconference in both singles and doubles play. • The Tigers took on some of the nation’s best • Four Tigers earned all-conference honors at the throughout the year as they faced off with 14 teams end of the year with Sasha Fisher joining Widjaja that made the post-season while seven of the 16 on the First Team All-Big West for doubles while teams that played in the Super Regionals made up Christina Goehl earned second team in singles. the Tigers’ early schedule. • Additionally, the Tigers saw two of their opponents MEN’S VOLLEYBALL head to Oklahoma City to take part in the College Final Record: 9-21 (1-21 Mountain Pacific Sports World Series as Florida and Tennessee each Federation) advanced to the final bracket of the tournament. • Pacific upset No. 7 UCLA, 3-0, on the road to end the year to pick up their first ever road win over the MEN’S SWIMMING Bruins while picking up their first conference win Final Record: Fourth of five at Big West since defeating Stanford on Jan. 31, 2008. Championships • Two Tigers earned All-MPSF Freshman Team • Pacific picked up its first victory in dual meet honors with Taylor Hughes and Nikola Vukicevic action against UC Santa Cruz at the Fresno-Pacific garnering the awards in their first year at Pacific. Tri Meet, when the Tigers defeated the Banana Slugs 172-116. WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL • Five swimmers were named Academic All-Big West Final Record: 17-11 (7-9 Big West Conference) members with Kevin Byers, Dave Mathews, Aljaz • The Tigers won three of the four pre-conference Ojstersek, Danny Platow and Joey Rossi earning tournaments their participated in to start the year, the honor. sweeping their way to the Fresno State Invitational,

Miami Best Western Invitational and the Stockton Hilton Invitational championships. • For the second straight year, Pacific finished in second at their own Community Bankers Classic, falling 3-1 to No. 5 Florida at the Alex G. Spanos Center. • Three Tigers earned all-conference honors at the end of the year with senior Mallori Gibson and junior Svenja Engelhardt earning first team honors while senior Natalia Tomaszewska picking up honorable mention recognition. • After the season, the Tigers started a national search for their head coach position, naming Greg Gibbons as just the seventh coach in program history on Jan. 28. MEN’S WATER POLO Final Record: 13-18 (1-7 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) • Pacific earned their first trip to the MPSF Championships under head coach James Graham heading to the tournament as the No. 8 seed. • Freshman Goran Tomasevic picked up a bookshelf worth of awards at the end of the year as he was named an ACWPC Third Team All-American, MPSF Newcomer of the Year and All-MPSF Honorable Mention. • Tom Konig led the Tigers with 50 goals on the year while four Tigers reached the 30+ goal mark on the year in Konig, Tomasevic, Lance Morrison and Joey Gullikson. WOMEN’S WATER POLO Final Record: 23-10 (4-1 Big West Conference) • Pacific picked up their first ever conference championship in 2010, finishing the year as the co-Regular Season Champions after going 4-1 in conference play. • The Tigers set a program record for victories in a single season with 23 in 2010. The previous record was 12. • The Tigers were the No. 1 seed in the Big West Championships but fell in the semifinals of the tournament to UC Irvine. Pacific finished in the third place. • Four Tigers earned All-Big West honors at the end of the year with Jasmine Myles picking up Pacific’s only first team award. Bridget Geck, Brooke Millar and Dara Tawarahara earned second team honors.

WOMEN’S SWIMMING Final Record: Fourth of five at Big West Championships • Melissa McGhee earned Academic All-Big West honors at the end of the season for the women’s swim team. • KC Albiston earned the squad’s only Big West Swimmer of the Week award on December 8 for her performance at the USA Short Course Nationals. Albiston posted a personal-best time in the 400 IM with a time of 4:30.69.

Women’s Water Polo Team Co-Big West Champions

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• Media Information • The University of the Pacific appreciates coverage given to the Tigers by the sporting media and invites all press representatives to be our guests at each Pacific home contest. CREDENTIALS: All credential requests should be made at least one week prior to the contest being covered. Credentials will be left at the media will call table at the southeast corner of the Alex G. Spanos Center. VISITING MEDIA: All members of the visiting media are asked to make credential requests through the visiting school’s SID. Press Row PHONE: 209-946-2865 POST-GAME INTERVIEWS: Head Coach Lynne Roberts will be made available to media following a brief cooling period in an area adjacent to the Pacific team room. Student-athletes also will be made available for interviews on request. Please consult with the Pacific Athletic Media Relations staff for procedures. Media representatives are advised to check with the visiting SID as to postgame procedures with visiting studentathletes and coaches. PHOTOGRAPHERS: All photographers must wear assigned passes in plain sight at all times. NCAA rules limit photographers to shoot only from outside the restraining line enclosing the playing surface and bench areas. No flash photography is permitted without the use of NCAA compliant strobe lights. GAME SERVICES: The Pacific athletic media relations staff provides pre-game notes, game programs, full statistical summaries and play-by-play packets after each contest. INTERNET: Wireless and wired internet connections are available at the Alex G. Spanos Center to working media. Please see media relations director Kevin Wilkinson on game day for details. PARKING: Parking passes are available to all media representatives and must be requested with game credentials. Press parking is located behind the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center off Mendocino Avenue, south of the Alex G. Spanos Center. INTERVIEW POLICY: The Pacific athletic media relations office requests that all student-athlete and coach interviews be arranged through the assistant director of athletic media relations. 24-hour, advance notice is appreciated. Coaches’ and studentathletes’ home and cell phone numbers will not be released.

PACIFIC ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE Mailing Address: University of the Pacific Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center 3601 Pacific Avenue Stockton, CA, 95211 The athletic media relations office is located near the main entrance of the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center, adjacent to the Alex G. Spanos Center off Mendocino Avenue or Larry Heller Drive. Mike Millerick, Director office .......................................(209) 946-2866 Ben Laskey, Assistant Director office .......................................(209) 946-2730 Kevin Wilkinson, Assistant / Women’s Basketball Contact office .......................................(209) 946-2289 cell............................................(504) 575-4033 Gwen Arafiles, Graduate Assistant Zack Gottlieb, Graduate Assistant Victoria Lewis Undergraduate Assistant office .......................................(209) 946-2479 Media Relations FAX....................(209) 946-2757 Courtside Phone...........................(209) 946-2865

OPPONENTS WEBSITES

Exhibition Opponents Simpson University http://www.simpson.edu/storm/index.html Cal State East Bay http://www20.csueastbay.edu/athletics/index.html Non-Conference Opponents Connecticut www.uconnhuskies.com Fresno State www.gobulldogs.com Montana State www.msubobcats.com Oregon State www.osubeavers.com Portland www.portlandpilots.com Rutgers www.scarletknights.com St. Mary’s www.smcgaels.com San Francisco www.usfdons.com Santa Clara www.santaclarabroncos.com Sacramento State www.hornetsports.com www.usdtoreros.com San Diego San Jose State www.sjsuspartans.com Southern Utah www.suutbirds.com www.unlvrebels.com UNLV Big West Opponents Cal Poly Cal State Northridge Cal State Fullerton Long Beach State UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara Big West Conference

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• Fast Break Club • FastBreak Club Membership Levels TIGER ALL-CONFERENCE $50-$499 Update emails from Coach Roberts Invitation to FastBreak Club Events Season Highlight DVD

TIGER ALL-AMERICAN $500-$999

All memberships include ‘Tiger All-Conference Package’ PLUS Booster Luncheon Tickets Tiger Gift Package Framed 2010-11 Team Photo Season Highlight DVD

TIGER COACH’S CREW $1000 & UP

All memberships include ‘Tiger All-Conference Package’ PLUS Tiger Gift Package Framed 2010-11 Team Photo Season Highlight DVD Two spots on the Booster Bus Trip to follow the team Post-Season Dinner with the Coaches & Players

2010-11 FastBreak Events Tip-Off Dinner

The team will hold their annual Tip-Off Dinner for FastBreak Club Boosters on Sunday, September 26 from 5:00-8:00 p.m.

Chalktalks

On the upper concourse before all Big West Conference home games, get the real inside scouting report and game plan.

Road Trip with your Tigers

On Sunday, December 5, join a rooter bus as the Tigers travel to Saint Mary’s to take on the Gaels!

Booster Luncheons

There will be Booster Luncheons - On Select Tuesdays: December 7, January 11 and February 22 at a local Stockton restaurant. These events are great venues to connect with the coaches and select players. Follow us on Facebook (Pacific Women’s Basketball) and Twitter (@Pacific_Hoops) http://www.pacifictigers.com

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Stephanie Fong, Admin. Assistant Phone: 209.946.2341 Fax: 209.946.2731 Email: sfong@pacific.edu


• Media Roster •

#2

Arielle WHITE

Senior • Guard Los Angeles, Calif.

#14

SAM PETTINGER FRESH. • Guard EVERETT, WASH.

#24

GENA JOHNSON

FRESH. • Guard ELK GROVE, Calif.

#3

Jennifer Fath

Senior • Guard Carrollton, texas

#20

ANDREA SWANSON

RS JUnior • FORWARD LITTLETON, COLO.

#31

ELIZA DY

JUnior • Guard CHINO HILLS, CALIF.

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#4

Kendall Rodriguez

soph. • guard/forward la habra, calif.

#21

#5

danielle peacon fresh. • forward sparks, nev.

#22

ERICA MCKENZIE

#33

Head Coach

JUNIOR. • forward/CENTER SACRAMENTO, calif.

FIFTH YEAR AT PACIFIC SEATTLE PACIFIC, 1998

CHRISTINA THOMPSON

Senior • Guard melbourne, australia

#23

TARYN GARZA

FRESh. • forward MODESTON, CALIF.

#10

claire mcleod

JORDAN ROGERS

SOPH. • GUARD sparks, nev.

SOPH. • Guard sparks, nev.

LYNNE ROBERTS

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