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San Diego State enjoyed a banner 2012-13 as the Aztecs won a Mountain West-best 12 league titles.


In 2012-13, SDSU logged its best Director’s Cup finish and came in third nationally for the Excellence in Management Cup.


WELCOME TO SDSU

TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION

Aztec Basketball Tradition/Aztecs in the WNBA.................1 Aztec Excellence .............................................................2-3 Aztec Player Gallery ...........................................................4 Table of Contents ...............................................................5 Media Information/Quick Facts ...........................................6 Aztec Media ........................................................................7 San Diego Media Outlets....................................................8 2013-14 Season Preview Notes .........................................9 2013-14 Rosters/Roster Breakdown ...........................10-11 2013-14 Schedule/NCAA Tournament Info ......................12

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Stacie Terry ...........................................14-16 Assistant Coach Jesse Clark ............................................17 Assistant Coach Aisha Veasley ........................................18 Assistant Coach Ciara Carl .............................................19 Support Staff................................................................20-22

PLAYER PROFILES

Seniors .......................................................................24-27 Juniors .........................................................................28-35 Sophomores ...............................................................36-41 Freshmen ....................................................................42-45 MW Ad ..............................................................................46

2013-14 OPPONENTS

Opponent Information ..................................................48-54 MW Composite Schedule .................................................55 SD Surf ‘N Slam/MW Tournament....................................55 Series Records By Opponent/Conference .................56-57 All-Time Scores vs. Opponents ..................................58-64

2012-13 SEASON REVIEW

Results/Stats ..............................................................66-69 Superlatives .................................................................70-71 Miscellaneous Stats .........................................................72 Box Scores .................................................................73-79 Mountain West Review ...............................................80-82

Aztec Basketball Program History ..........................124-125 City of San Diego ...........................................................126 The Full Court Press Club ..............................................127 Mountain West Conference ...........................................128 Athletic Department Directory ........................................129 Broadcast Roster ............................................................130

2013-14 AZTEC BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Team Records .................................................................84 Individual Records ...........................................................85 Single-Game Bests ..........................................................86 Single-Season Leaders ...................................................87 Career Leaders ................................................................88 Annual Leaders ...............................................................89 Year-By-Year Team Stats ...............................................90

Aztec Media Relations Office San Diego State University - Dept. of Athletics Fowler Athletics Center, Suite 3014 5302 55th Street San Diego, CA 92182-4309 Office Phone: ............................................. (619) 594-5547 Office Fax: .................................................. (619) 582-6541 Press Row: ................................................. (619) 265-5853 Web Site: ..............................................www.goaztecs.com

AZTEC HISTORY

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS

AZTEC RECORDS

Coaching History .............................................................92 Year-By-Year Results ...............................................93-100 Postseason History .................................................101-103 All-Time Letterwinners ...................................................104 Honors And Awards .......................................................105 1,000-Point Scorers ................................................106-107 Aztec Hall of Fame Members ........................................108

THE UNIVERSITY

San Diego State University .....................................110-111 Prominent Alumni ...........................................................112 Aztec Culture ..................................................................113 University President .......................................................114 Director Of Athletics........................................................115 Viejas Arena ...........................................................116-117 Fowler Athletics Center ..........................................118-119 Basketball Performance Center......................................120 Aztec Athletic Facilities ..................................................121 Aztec Academic Commitment .......................................122 Aztec Life Skills Program................................................123

Editor/Layout And Design: ............................... Jim Solien Editorial Assistance: ..................................... Darin Wong, ................................................................ Jamie McConeghy Photography: .............................................. Molly McClure, Stan Liu Photography, Ernie Anderson, Gabrielle Clark, Jim Solien, Peggy Curtin, Ken Jacques Photography, Dolwain Green, Jamie Schwaberow & Steve Nowland/NCAA Photos, Sandy Huffaker, Scott Horvath, Shana Siler/San Diego Padres, Patrick Meredith, Joe Murphy, WNBA/Getty Images, Joel Zwink. Special thanks to former Aztec assistant media relations director Peggy Curtin for her contributions to this publication. Cover Design: .................................................... Jim Solien Printing: ......................................... Rush Press, San Diego

CSU COMMITMENT

The California State University is committed to providing equal opportunities to men and women CSU students in all campus programs, including intercollegiate athletics.

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MEDIA INFO/QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location: San Diego, Calif., 92182 Founded: 1897 Enrollment: 28,591 Nickname/Mascot: Aztecs/The Aztec Warrior School Colors: Scarlet and Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Mountain West Home Arena (Capacity): Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl (12,414) President: Dr. Elliot Hirshman Director of Athletics: Jim Sterk Faculty Athletic Representative: Patrick Papin Senior Woman Administrator: Jenny Bramer Athletics Dept. Phone: 619-594-3019 AZTEC BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Stacie Terry Alma Mater: Texas-Arlington, 1998 Career Record/Years: 0-0/First Year Record at SDSU: Same Best Time to Call: Contact SID Basketball Office Phone: 619-594-4095 Basketball Office Fax: 619-594-8057 Assistant Coaches: Jesse Clark (Pacific Union, 2003) Aisha Veasley (UCLA, 1999) Ciara Carl (Point Loma Nazarene, 2005) Director of Basketball Operations: Fatema Arefi (San Diego State , 2005) Director of Player Development: Mike Bynum (San Diego State, 2009) Graduate Assistant: Gabrielle Clark (San Diego State, 2013) Head Manager: Chris Straker Administrative Assistant: Gladie Jaffe Athletic Trainer: Queenie Soriano Academic Advisor: Dr. Bre White Strength and Conditioning: Randy Shelton AZTEC BASKETBALL FACTS First Year of Basketball: 1976-77 All-Time Record: 592-499 (.543) 2012-13 Overall Record: 27-7 2012-13 MW Record/Finish: 15-1/1st 2013 MW Tournament Record: 2-1 2012-13 Final RPI: 49 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Newcomers: 5 Postseason Appearances: 12 NCAA Appearances: 9 Last NCAA Appearance: 2012 Lost to LSU (64-56) in First Round Last Postseason Appearance: 2013 Lost to BYU (69-58) in WNIT Second Round

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The 2013-14 SDSU basketball media guide has been prepared to assist media members in their coverage of the Aztecs. Additional information, including media releases and photographs, may be obtained by contacting assistant media relations director Jim Solien at 619-594-2576.

AZTEC MEDIA RELATIONS Jim Solien Assistant Media Relations Director Women’s Basketball Contact Office: 619-594-2576 Cell: 619-341-9082 E-Mail: jsolien@mail.sdsu.edu

CREDENTIALS

All requests for working credentials (press, radio, television, scouting) should be directed to Jim Solien at least 24 hours prior to tip-off. Faxed inquiries may be sent to 619-582-6541. Credentials will not be mailed. They may be picked up at the media entrance at Viejas Arena (lower level) two hours prior to the start of all home games.

CAMPUS PARKING

Media desiring to cover Aztec practices on campus can park in the Viejas Arena Lot L and obtain a special parking pass at the Viejas Arena office. Media parking (via permit) will be provided for all home games in Parking Structure 4, adjacent to Viejas Arena.

DIRECTIONS TO VIEJAS ARENA

Take I-8 East to the College Avenue exit. Take College Avenue south towards SDSU. Turn right on Montezuma Road. Turn right on 55th Street. Viejas Arena is on the right-hand side.

PRACTICE AND INTERVIEWS

Media wishing to attend practice should contact the Aztec media relations department at least one day in advance. Head coach Stacie Terry and the players are generally available to meet with the media following each workout, as requested. Coaches and players are also available to conduct television and radio interviews, which must be set up through the media relations office at 619-594-2576. Please request all interviews with a minimum of 24 hours notice. San Diego State players and coaches will not be available for interviews on game days until postgame.

GAMEDAY SERVICES

The Aztec media relations office furnishes game programs, pregame notes and media guides prior to each game in the media room at Viejas Arena. Play-by-play accounts, halftime and final statistics and shot charts are also provided.

TELEPHONES

Several phones are available in the media room and on press row, but are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information on phone-line installation, contact Viejas Arena at (619) 594-3533. Phone lines for visiting radio broadcasts (one ISDN, one business) will be provided on a reciprocal basis.

MEDIA SEATING

Media will be assigned seats along press row tables located behind the visitor’s bench. Please check the media seating chart in the media workroom.

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Photographers are restricted to either designated areas along the baseline and are not permitted near team benches during the game.

WEEKLY PRESS RELEASE

Weekly Aztec basketball releases in pdf format (Acrobat) are available for download from the women’s basketball page at

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Mailing Address Aztec Media Relations Fowler Athletics Center, Suite 3014 5302 55th Street San Diego, CA 92182-4309 Viejas Arena Press Row Phone 619-265-5853 www.goaztecs.com or via e-mail. Please contact assistant media relations director Jim Solien if you would like to be placed on the Aztec basketball e-mail list.

AZTEC WEBCASTS

Aztec basketball fans will have an opportunity to listen to live play-by-play of regular-season games, both home and away, over the internet at www.goaztecs.com. In addition, all Aztec home contests during the 2013-14 regular season will feature a live video stream via the Mountain West Network to supplement the audio call from Viejas Arena. For the seventh year in a row, SDSU alumnus Chris Ello will be the voice of Aztec basketball both at home and on the road.

ON THE INTERNET

Information on Aztec basketball is available on the Internet at www.goaztecs.com. Press releases and recaps, along with ingame and season statistics, are updated on a weekly basis. In addition, the basketball media guide is also located on the site and includes player profiles, school records and team history.

SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook ...............................................facebook.com/goaztecs Twitter ....................................................................... @goaztecs Instagram.................................................................. @goaztecs YouTube ...........................................youtube.com/goaztecscom


MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS

TELEVISION STATIONS

RADIO STATIONS

San Diego Union-Tribune PO Box 120191 San Diego, CA 92112 News Desk: (619) 293-1341 Fax: (619) 260-5078 Web Site: utsandiego.com E-Mail: sports@uniontrib.com Craig Malveaux, Beat Writer..................(619) 293-1341 Mark Zeigler, Writer ...............................(619) 293-1341 Larry Graham, Sports Editor..................(619) 293-1820 Nick Canepa, Columnist ........................(619) 293-1397 Kevin Acee, Columnist ..........................(619) 293-1341

KSWB (FOX) Channel 5 7191 Engineer Rd. San Diego, CA 92111 News Desk: (858) 573-6500 Fax: (858) 573-6600 Jason Hendrick, Sports Producer ..........(858) 354-8445 Troy Hirsch, Sports ................................(858) 573-6507

XPRS - The Mighty 1090 (1090 AM) 6160 Cornerstone Ct. #100 San Diego, CA 92121 Phone: (858) 320-0377 Fax: (858) 320-0328 Local Weekday Lineup: Lee Hamilton, 6-9 a.m. ......................................... Producer: Bobby Wooldridge Darren Smith, Noon-3 p.m. .................... Producers: Marty Caswell, Jordan Carruth Scott Kaplan and Billy Ray Smith, 3-6 p.m. ....................................................Producer: Alex Padilla John Kentera, 6-9 p.m. .............................................Producer: Ted Mendenhall

The Aztec San Diego State University, BAM-2 San Diego, CA 92182-4591 Phone: (619) 594-7817 Fax: (619) 594-1804 Web Site: thedailyaztec.com E-Mail: sports@thedailyaztec.com Adriana Bush, Sports Editor

WIRE SERVICE Associated Press PO Box 191 San Diego, CA 92112 News Desk: (619) 231-9365 Fax: (619) 291-2098 E-Mail: sandiego@ap.org Bernie Wilson, Sports Editor

XETV (CW) Channel 6 8253 Ronson Road San Diego, CA 92111 News Desk: (858) 650-5401 Fax: (858) 279-0061 KNSD (NBC) Channel 7 225 Broadway San Diego, CA 92101 News Desk: (619) 578-0201 Fax: (619) 578-0202 Jim Laslavic, Sports Director .................(619) 578-0226 Derek Togerson, Sports ........................(619) 578-0215 Todd Strain, Sports ...............................(619) 578-0215 Dave Smith, Photographer ....................(619) 250-3853 KFMB (CBS) Channel 8 PO Box 85888 San Diego, CA 92186 News Desk: (858) 495-7587 Fax: (858) 560-0627 Kyle Kraska, Sports Director .................(858) 495-7588 John Howard, Anchor/Reporter .............(858) 495-7586 Todd Villalobos, Producer .....................(858) 495-7587 KUSI (IND) Channel 9/51 PO Box 719051 San Diego, CA 92171-9051 News Desk: (858) 505-5014 Fax: (858) 576-9317 Paul Rudy, Sports Director ....................(858) 505-5047 Rick Willis, Sports ..................................(858) 505-5032 Brandon Stone, Sports KGTV (ABC) Channel 10 4600 Air Way San Diego, CA 92102 News Desk: (619) 237-6383 Fax: (619) 527-0369 Ben Higgins, Sports Director .................(619) 237-6372 Steve Smith, Sports ...............................(619) 237-6314 Jeff LeValley, Chief Photographer .........(619) 237-6316

XEPE - ESPN Radio (1700 AM) 6160 Cornerstone Ct. #100 San Diego, CA 92121 Phone: (858) 535-2500 Fax: (858) 320-0328 Jack Cronin................................ jcronin@bcaradio.com XTRA Sports (1360 AM) 9660 Granite Ridge Drive Suite 100 San Diego, CA 92123-2657 News Desk: (858) 715-3367 Fax: (858) 715-3363; (858) 715-3364 Local Weekday Lineup: Chris Ello and Ben Higgins, 6-9 a.m. The Drive, 3-7 p.m. KFMB Radio (760 AM) 7677 Engineer Road San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: (858) 292-7600 Fax: (858) 279-7676 KOGO (600 AM) 9660 Granite Ridge Drive San Diego, CA 92123-2657 News Desk: (858) 560-6671 Fax: (858) 715-3363; (858) 715-3364 Jim Charvet, Sports: ..............................(858) 715-3394

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AZTEC MEDIA All Mountain West programming will be available through CampusInsiders.com, the online destination and leading digital content syndication source for college sports. Campus Insiders, a partnership between Silver Chalice Ventures and IMG College, goes beyond the traditional sports media experience, giving dedicated fans an insider’s perspective that includes behind-the-scenes content, original video programming (including hosts Bonnie Bernstein and Seth Davis), and live streaming events. Mountain West institutions will produce over 175 women’s basketball games during the 2013-14 season on the Mountain West Network. Games will be live-streamed for free on the network. Every stream will be available on the MWN (TheMW.com) and on instutional sites.

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AZTEC BASKETBALL ON THE INTERNET

For the 13th consecutive year, Aztec women’s basketball fans will have an opportunity to listen to live play-by-play of regular season and conference tournament games over the internet at www.goaztecs.com. SDSU graduate Chris Ello (play-by-play) begins his seventh season with the team and is a familiar voice in the San Diego area. He currently plays host to a daily sports talk radio show, “The World of Sports According to Chris & Ben”, on the all-sports station, XTRA Sports 1360 AM. Ello started his career in sports talk in San Diego on XTRA Sports 690 in the summer of 1994. He has experience doing play-by-play for a variety of different sports at every level, including stints with the Aztec football (1985), baseball (1998-99) and men’s basketball (2006-07) squads. The last three years, Ello has served as the color analyst for the SDSU football broadcasts. From 1996-2006, he was the voice of the San Diego Gulls hockey team and has called the action for the San Diego Sockers (indoor soccer), San Diego Spirit (outdoor soccer), San Diego Wildcards (CBA) and San Diego Riptide (arena football). Ello also has experience broadcasting high school CIF football and basketball games since 2000. Ello is a 1985 graduate of San Diego State with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, where he spent two seasons with the baseball team from 1980-81 as a left-handed pitcher. A former sports editor at the Daily Aztec, he resides in Rancho San Diego with his wife, Lori. During the 2013-14 campaign, all regular-season Aztec home contests will feature a live video stream via the Mountain West Network to supplement the audio call from Viejas Arena.

MOUNTAIN WEST DIGITAL NETWORK

The Mountain West Conference, in collaboration with Campus Insiders and Volar Video, will greatly expand the video content and reach of its digital network starting in the fall of 2013. Under this unique alliance, the Mountain West will livestreamhundreds of its men’s and women’s sporting events, add branded studio programming, develop sponsorship opportunities and grow distribution on multiple platforms and devices. Since its launch in October of 2012, the Mountain West Digital Network has provided fans over 500 on-demand videos, while also live-streaming its 2013 women’s basketball, baseball and swimming and diving championships. The enhanced network, powered by Campus Insiders and utilizing Volar Video’s revolutionary production solution, will continue to provide on-demand video content, as well as live-stream an unprecedented number of events from the league’s 18 sports. Volar Video’s proprietary platform features production software that allows for seamless multi-camera switching, full-custom graphics and a high-definition embeddable video stream into custom or existing websites. Mountain West Digital Network content will be free to users and supported by sponsorship and advertising that enables geotargeted commercials through the deployment of mid-roll insertions. The network offers marketers a unique opportunity to reach a targeted audience both regionally and across the country.

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CBS Sports Network televises more than 300 live games and over 2,000 hours of original programming every year. The network telecasts Professional Bull Riding (PBR), live football, basketball and more from the Mountain West, Conference USA, Atlantic 10, as well as Army, Navy and the Patriot League. CBS Sports Network also delivers exclusive coverage of SEC football, live NCAA® Tournament studio analysis, award-winning original productions and much more. CBS Sports Network is the home of both the National Lacrosse League (NLL) and Major League Lacrosse (MLL). Throughout the year, the network also telecasts a full slate of original programming such as behind-the-scenes series, documentaries and studio coverage featuring expert analysis, predictions, in-depth interviews and more. CBS Sports will air the finals of the 2014 Reese’s Mountain West Women’s Basketball Championships. CBSSN is widely available on cable systems across the country and via satellite on DirecTV (Channel 613) and Dish Network (Channel 152).


SEASON PREVIEW NOTES AZTECS TABBED FOR PRESEASON HONORS

Coming off its second straight regular-season Mountain West title, San Diego State received a number of preseason accolades. Individually, junior forward Erimma Amarikwa was named to the all-MW team for the first time in her career, senior center Cierra Warren was selected newcomer of the year, while guard Chloe Johnson was tabbed the MW preseason freshman of the year. Johnson is the fourth consecutive SDSU player to earn MW preseason freshman of the year honors, following in the respective footsteps of teammates Deajane Scurry and Desi Culberson, as well as Melissa Sweat, who received such distinction prior to the 2010-11 campaign. Similarly, Warren’s selection represents the fourth time in the past five seasons that an Aztec women’s basketball student-athlete has been tabbed MW preseason newcomer of the year after Chelsea Hopkins (2011-12), Courtney Clements (2010-11) and Jessika Bradley (2009-10), all of whom went on to capture the postseason award following their first years in the league. As a team, San Diego State was picked to finish third in the MW preseason poll, which was conducted in a combined panel of the league’s 11 head coaches and select conference media members. The Aztecs collected 196 points and picked up two first-place votes, trailing second-place Wyoming, which received 212 points and four first-place votes, while preseason favorite Fresno State garnered 238 points and 17 first-place votes. New Mexico was picked to finish fourth behind SDSU, followed by UNLV, Utah State, Colorado State, Boise State, San José State, Nevada and Air Force. This year marks the first time since the beginning of the 2007-08 campaign that SDSU has not been selected first or second in the MW preseason poll.

2012-13 REWIND

San Diego State enjoyed a memorable campaign in 201213. Below are some of the accomplishments of last year’s team: • The Aztecs captured their second consecutive Mountain West regular-season championship, finishing with a program-best 27 victories and .794 winning percentage. SDSU’s 27-7 record marked the team’s fourth campaign with 20 or more wins in the last five years. • The Aztecs also earned a spot in postseason play for the fourth time in the last five years, advancing to the second round of the WNIT. • In addition to its victory total, SDSU established several other team records last season, including three-pointers made (164), three-pointers attempted (519), field-goal percentage defense (.337), defensive rebounds (880) and fewest turnovers (448). • The Aztecs became just the second team in MW history to post an 8-0 record on the road in conference play, joining Utah in 2008. • SDSU received votes in the Associated Press Top 25 on nine occasions last year and picked up a vote in the final USA Today Coaches Poll of the season.

THE YEAR IN NUMBERS

The Aztecs’ success also translated into big numbers in the stat columns. Below are some of the team’s 2012-13 statistical highlights. • San Diego State led the Mountain West for all games in scoring defense (52.7 ppg), field-goal percentage defense

Erimma Amarikwa

Overall, SDSU enters the season having claimed 27 of its last 30 home games and has gone 59-15 on the Viejas Arena floor since the start of the 2008-09 campaign. • The Aztecs have recorded 56 Mountain West victories in the last five seasons after posting 31 wins in the league’s first nine years. • SDSU is 51-1 over the last two seasons when leading with five minutes to go in the game. The Aztecs’ lone blemish during that stretch was a heartbreaking 59-58 loss at Washington in December 2012. • SDSU has advanced to the final of the Mountain West Championship five out of the last six years, after not winning a single game in the MW tournament’s first eight years of existence. • Stacie Terry becomes the second first-year head coach in Aztec program history to assume the reins of a defending regular-season conference champion after Barb Smith in 1997-98.

THE 2013-14 AZTECS

Back Again: San Diego State returns just one starter from last year’s record-setting squad in junior Erimma Amarikwa, who collected third-team all-Mountain West honors in 2012-13. Five other letterwinners are back in senior Danesha Long, juniors Desi Culberson, Ahjalee Harvey, Khristina Hunter and sophomore Aleiah Brandon.

(.337), three-point field-goal percentage defense (.282), scoring margin (+15.6), blocked shots (5.59/gm), offensive rebound percentage (.399) and victories (27). • The Aztecs ranked among the nation’s top-50 teams in field-goal percentage defense (7th), blocked shots per game (9th), turnovers per game (12th), scoring margin (15th), scoring defense (19th), assist-turnover ratio (40th) and rebounding margin (45th). • SDSU’s 68.4 scoring average and 40.6 rebounding average were the highest since the 1994-95 campaign when it averaged 69.4 points and 41.3 boards per outing. • The Aztecs limited opponents to 50 points or fewer in 17 out of 34 contests, including back-to-back games of 39 points in the first two rounds of the Mountain West tournament. • Of SDSU’s 27 victories, 24 were of the double-digit variety, including five over 30 points. • The Aztecs went 27-2 when the opposition shot under 40 percent from the field. • San Diego State held its adversaries to three or fewer three-point field goals in a game on 20 occasions, including a 9-for-47 (19 percent) clip over the final five contests of the regular season.

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT 2013-14

Coming off one of the most successful seasons in Aztec basketball history, here are a few other things to look for in 2013-14: • SDSU finished its regular-season home campaign with a 14-2 record in 2012-13. Combined with the 2011-12 squad that posted a 13-1 mark, the Aztecs recorded back-to-back seasons with double-digit wins at home for the just the third time in school history, following the 2008-09 (15-1) and the 2009-10 (12-2) teams, along with the 1995-96 (13-0) and 1996-97 (11-2) squads.

Noting the Newcomers: Of the 12 student-athletes on the current roster, five players will be wearing an Aztec uniform for the first time this season. Cierra Warren practiced with the squad last year but did not compete after transferring from Louisville, while Deidra Smith utilized her redshirt campaign as well, following her transfer from Boston College. In addition, sophomore Deajanae Scurry missed the latter half of the 2012-13 campaign to concentrate on academics. With San Diego State losing nearly 67 percent of its scoring offense from a year ago, three true freshmen look to gain significant experience this season. Guard Ariell Bostick (Oakland, Calif.) led Bishop O’Dowd High School to a pair of CIF titles, while forward Alyssa Lawrence (New Rochelle, N.Y.) was an all-league and all-section honoree during her prep career. Not to be outdone, Chloe Johnson (Phoenix, Ariz.), who was named the Mountain West preseason freshman of the year, brings strong credentials with her to The Mesa after earning all-state honors for prep powerhouse St. Mary’s High, which finished with a No. 1 national ranking in 2011-12.

WHAT’S NEW IN THE MOUNTAIN WEST

With the addition of newcomers San José State and Utah State, the Mountain West will have a different look for the third year in a row. Following the departures of Brigham Young and Utah in 2011, the league added Boise State, while Fresno State and Nevada joined the circuit last year after the defection of TCU. The latest realignment means the Aztecs will now have 18 league games this season instead of 16, with the Scarlet and Black facing Wyoming (home) and Nevada (road) just once, while completing a home-and-home slate with the rest of the conference. The Mountain West Championship, scheduled for March 10-15, 2014, has also been revamped to include three games with the six lowest-seeded teams during the first round. In addition, the four surviving squads from the quarterfinals will have two days to prepare for the semifinal round.

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ROSTERS 2013-14 AZTEC NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 0 2 3 5 11 12 13 21 23 24 25 44

Name Deidra Smith Khristina Hunter Ariell Bostick Desi Culberson Ahjalee Harvey Deajanae Scurry Cierra Warren Chloe Johnson Alyssa Lawrence Danesha Long Erimma Amarikwa Aleiah Brandon

Pos. F F G F G F C G F G F F

Ht. 6-2 6-1 5-4 6-0 5-6 6-1 6-4 5-7 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-1

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

Exp. RS 2L HS 2L 2L SQ RS HS HS 1L 2L HS

Hometown (Previous School/High School) Aurora, Colo. (Boston College/Denver East HS) Fairfield, Calif. (Berkeley HS) Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS) Oakland, Calif. (Berkeley HS) Mountain View, Calif. (Eastside College Prep HS) Los Angeles, Calif. (Inglewood HS) Rancho Cucamonga Calif. (Louisville/Los Osos HS) Phoenix, Ariz. (St. Mary’s HS) New Rochelle, N.Y. (The Ursuline School) Long Beach, Calif. (Midland College/Jordan HS) Vacaville, Calif. (Vanden HS) Corona, Calif. (Centennial HS)

Ht. 6-1 5-4 6-1 6-0 5-6 6-1 5-7 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-2 6-4

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

Exp. 2L HS 1L 2L 2L 2L HS HS 1L SQ RS RS

Hometown (Previous School/High School) Vacaville, Calif. (Vanden HS) Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS) Corona, Calif. (Centennial HS) Oakland, Calif. (Berkeley HS) Mountain View, Calif. (Eastside College Prep HS) Fairfield, Calif. (Berkeley HS) Phoenix, Ariz. (St. Mary’s HS) New Rochelle, N.Y. (The Ursuline School) Long Beach, Calif. (Midland College/Jordan HS) Los Angeles, Calif. (Inglewood HS) Aurora, Colo. (Boston College/Denver East HS) Rancho Cucamonga Calif. (Louisville/Los Osos HS)

2013-14 AZTEC ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 25 3 44 5 11 2 21 23 24 12 0 13

Name Erimma Amarikwa Ariell Bostick Aleiah Brandon Desi Culberson Ahjalee Harvey Khristina Hunter Chloe Johnson Alyssa Lawrence Danesha Long Deajanae Scurry Deidra Smith Cierra Warren

Pos. F G F F G F G F G F F C

Head Coach: Stacie Terry (Texas-Arlington, 1998), First season at SDSU/First overall Assistant Coach: Jesse Clark (Pacific Union, 2003), First season at SDSU Assistant Coach: Aisha Veasley (UCLA, 1999), First season at SDSU Assistant Coach: Ciara Carl (Point Loma Nazarene, 2005), First season at SDSU Director of Operations: Fatema Arefi (San Diego State, 2005), First season/Eighth overall at SDSU Director of Player Development: Mike Bynum (San Diego State, 2009), Fourth season at SDSU Athletic Trainer: Queenie Soriano (San Diego State, 2004), Third season at SDSU 2012-13 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Erimma Amarikwa ...............................................uh-RIM-uh uh-mare-a-qua Ariell Bostick ........................................................arr-ee-ELL Aleiah Brandon ....................................................uh-LAY-uh Desi Culberson ...................................................DEZ-zee Ahjalee Harvey ...................................................AH-zhul-lay (zh = ‘s’ sound in measure) Deajanae Scurry .................................................dee-AH-juh-nay Deidra Smith ........................................................DEE-druh Cierra Warren ......................................................see-AIR-uh Aisha Veasley ......................................................eye-EE-sha VEEZ-lee Ciara Carl ............................................................see-ARR-uh Fatema Arefi ........................................................fa-TEE-ma uh-REE-fee

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN PERSONNEL SUMMARY

AMARIKWA Returning Starter (1) Erimma Amarikwa, Jr., F, 9.6 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 50.4 FG pct Starters Lost (4) Gabrielle Clark, F, 4.9 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 1.0 apg Courtney Clements, G, 17.9 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 1.5 apg, 1.6 steals/g Chelsea Hopkins, G, 13.6 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 6.8 apg, 2.2 steals/g Malia Nahinu, C, 7.6 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 2.0 blocks/g

Redshirts Returning (2) Deidra Smith, 6-2, So., Aurora, Colo. (Denver East HS/Boston College) Cierra Warren, 6-4, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Los Osos HS/Louisville)

BOSTICK

CULBERSON

BRANDON

WARREN

SMITH

HARVEY

JOHNSON

LAWRENCE

Newcomers (3) Ariell Bostick, 5-4, G, 5-4, Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS) Chloe Johnson, 5-7, G, Phoenix, Ariz. (St. Mary’s HS) Alyssa Lawrence, 6-1, F, New Rochelle, N.Y. (The Ursuline School) ROSTER BREAKDOWN By Class Seniors (2): Long, Warren; Juniors (4): Amarikwa, Culberson, Harvey, Hunter; Sophomores (3): Brandon, Scurry, Smith; Freshmen (3): Bostick, Johnson, Lawrence

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Other Letterwinners Returning (5) Aleiah Brandon, F, 1.5 ppg, 0.8 rpg, 61.9 FG pct Desi Culberson, F, 2.9 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 0.5 steals/g, 0.5 blocks/g Ahjalee Harvey, G, 3.6 ppg, 1.0 rpg, 1.7 apg Khristina Hunter, F, 3.5 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 0.7 steals/g, 0.6 blocks/g Danesha Long, G, 1.5 ppg, 1.0 rpg, 0.2 steals/g Letterwinners Lost (2) Nikki Novak, G, 14 games played Kiyana Stamps, G, 2.7 ppg, 1.0 rpg, 0.8 steals/g

SCURRY Other Returners (1) Deajanae Scurry, So., F, 5.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg,

By State California (8): Amarikwa, Bostick, Brandon, Culberson, Harvey, Hunter, Long, Scurry, Warren; Arizona (1): Johnson; Colorado (1): Smith; New York (1): Lawrence By Position Center (1): Warren; Forwards (7): Amarikwa, Brandon, Culberson, Hunter, Lawrence, Scurry, Smith; Guards (4): Bostick, Harvey, Johnson, Long By Height - 6-4 (1): Warren; 6-2 (1): Smith; 6-1 (5): Amarikwa, Brandon, Hunter, Lawrence, Scurry; 6-0 (1): Culberson; 5-9 (1): Long; 5-7 (1): Johnson; 5-6 (1): Harvey; 5-4 (1): Bostick RETURNING CATEGORY LEADERS FROM 2012-13 Minutes Per Game Erimma Amarikwa ..............................25.6

Steals Per Game Ahjalee Harvey .....................................1.0

Points Per Game Erimma Amarikwa ................................9.6

Field-Goal Percentage Aleiah Brandon ...................................61.9

Rebounds Per Game Erimma Amarikwa ................................6.3

Free-Throw Percentage Erimma Amarikwa ..............................70.3

Assists Per Game Ahjalee Harvey .....................................1.7

Three-Point Percentage Danesha Long ....................................33.3

Blocks Per Game Deajanae Scurry ...................................0.7

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SCHEDULE/NCAA TOURNEY 2013-14 SCHEDULE Day Tues. Sun. Wed. Mon. Sat. Sat. Tues. Sun. Thurs.

Date Nov. 5 Nov. 10 Nov. 13 Nov. 18 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 15 Dec. 19

2014 NCAA TOURNAMENT INFORMATION Opponent Cal State San Marcos (Exhibition) at Sacramento State at USC San Diego South Carolina at UC Santa Barbara at Texas A&M UCLA Miami (OH)

San Diego Surf ‘N Slam at Viejas Arena (SDSU, Kansas State, N.C. State, UC Riverside) Sat. Dec. 28 UC Riverside Sat. Dec. 28 Kansas State vs. N.C. State Mon. Dec. 30 Consolation Game Championship Game Thurs. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Tues. Fri.

Jan. 2 Jan. 8 Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 March 1 March 4 March 7

*Colorado State *at Boise State *Air Force *at Fresno State *at UNLV *San José State *Utah State *at Colorado State *Boise State *at Nevada *Wyoming *at Air Force *at Utah State *New Mexico *at San José State *Fresno State *UNLV *at New Mexico

Mountain West Championship (Las Vegas, Nev.) Mon. March 10 MW First Round Tues. March 11 MW Quarterfinals Fri. March 14 MW Semifinals Sat. March 15 MW Championship Game NCAA Tournament Sat.-Tues. March 22-25 Sat.-Tues.

March 29April 1 Sun. & Tues. April 6 & 8

2 p.m. PT 4:30 p.m. PT 3:30 p.m. PT 6 p.m. PT 6 p.m. PT 7 p.m. MT 2 p.m. PT 7 p.m. PT 7 p.m. PT 6 p.m. PT 2 p.m. PT 2 p.m. MT 6 p.m. PT 4 p.m. PT 6 p.m. PT 1 p.m. MT 7 p.m. MT 2 p.m. PT 7 p.m. PT 2 p.m. PT 6 p.m. PT 7 p.m. MT TBA TBA TBA TBA

NCAA First and Second Rounds

March 22 and 24 Hilton Coliseum (Ames, Iowa) Cameron Indoor Stadium (Durham, N.C.) Thompson-Boling Arena (Knoxville, Tenn.) Rupp Arena (Lexington, Ky.) Pauley Pavilion (Los Angeles, Calif.) Savage Arena (Toledo, Ohio) Ferrell Center (Waco, Texas) Mackey Arena (West Lafayette, Ind.) March 23 and 25 Pete Maravich Assembly Center (Baton Rouge, La.) Carmichael Arena (Chapel Hill, N.C.) Comcast Center (College Park, Md.) Reed Arena (College Station, Texas) Carver-Hawkeye Arena (Iowa City, Iowa) Alaska Airlines Arena (Seattle, Wash.) Harry A. Gampel Pavilion (Storrs, Conn.) Bryce Jordan Center (University Park, Pa.)

NCAA Regionals

March 29 and 31 Lincoln Regional Pinnacle Bank Arena (Lincoln, Neb.) Host: University of Nebraska March 29 and 31 Notre Dame Regional Purcell Pavilion (Notre Dame, Ind.) Host: University of Notre Dame March 29 and April 1 Louisville Regional Maples Pavilion (Stanford, Calif.) Host: Stanford, Calif. March 30 and April 1 Louisville Regional KFC Yum! Center (Louisville, Ky.) Host: University of Louisville

NCAA Final Four NCAA First and Second Round (Location TBD) NCAA Regionals (Location TBD) NCAA Final Four (Nashville, Tenn.)

Times and dates subject to change Home games in bold played at Viejas Arena * - Mountain West game

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April 6 and 8 Bridgestone Arena (Nashville, Tenn.) Host: Nashville Sports Council, Ohio Valley Conference


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HEAD COACH

STACIE TERRY

Head Coach | First Year at San Diego State Texas-Arlington (1998)

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THE STACIE TERRY FILE Hometown San Diego, Calif. Education Bachelor of Arts Broadcast Journalism Texas-Arlington, 1998 Playing Experience 1994-98 Texas-Arlington Head Coaching Experience 2013 San Diego State Assistant Coaching Experience 2011-13 LSU 2008-11 UCLA 2007-08 Southern Mississippi 2004-07 Illinois 2003-04 Dayton 2000-03 Louisville 1999-2000 Graduate Assistant Texas-Arlington

tacie Terry was named the eighth head coach in the history of the San Diego State women’s basketball program on May 15, 2013. A native of San Diego, Terry gained a wealth of experience as an assistant coach at the Division I level over the past 13 years, including the last five under head coach Nikki Caldwell, who transformed UCLA into a powerhouse before restoring LSU to national prominence. During Terry’s two seasons at LSU, the Lady Tigers compiled a 45-23 overall record and earned two NCAA tournament bids, including a Sweet 16 appearance during the 2012-13 campaign. This past season, the Lady Tigers also posted six victories against ranked opponents and finished with their second-highest scoring average (69.0) in the last seven years. Under Terry’s guidance, forward LaShondra Barrett garnered first-team all-Southeastern Conference accolades and received honorable mention All-America distinction in 2012, before becoming a first-round draft choice of the WNBA’s Washington Mystics. “I am honored and humbled to be the next head coach at San Diego State University,” Terry said. “I want to thank Jim (Sterk) and his staff for this amazing opportunity. This is such a special place for me. Not only is this my dream job, but it is home. SDSU is a first-class university that has all the resources in place to be successful. I am so eager to get started and confident that we can continue the winning tradition that Aztec supporters have become accustomed to both on and off the court.” Prior to her arrival at LSU, Terry served as an assistant under Caldwell at UCLA from 2008-11, helping the Bruins gain national acclaim with a pair of NCAA tournament appearances. During Terry’s tenure, UCLA posted 72 overall victories, as the 2010-11 squad finished with a 28-5 record, setting a school record for fewest losses in a single season to go with a No. 7 national ranking. In addition, the Bruins signed the fourth-ranked recruiting class that season, according to ESPN HoopGurlz, while Terry helped mentor first-team all-Pac-10 performers in Doreena Campbell, Darxia Morris and Jasmine Dixon, a 2012 honorable mention AP All-America selection, as well as all-conference freshman honorees Atonye Nyingifa and Markel Walker. Terry spent the 2007-08 campaign at Southern Mississippi, as the Golden Eagles posted a 21-13 record and earned a postseason berth in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT). While at Southern Miss, Terry spearheaded the development and coordination of the Lady Eagle recruiting campaign. Her responsibilities also included working with the perimeter players, scouting opponents and film breakdown, as well as coordinating all of the team’s community service events. Terry also coached for three seasons from 2004-07 as an assistant under Hall of Fame head coach Theresa Grentz at Illinois, where the Fighting Illini had three straight recruiting classes ranked among the top 25 in the nation, according to Blue Star Basketball, and made three consecutive trips to the WNIT. Her primary duties included defensive instruction and working with the perimeter players. In addition, Terry coached at Dayton during the 2003-04 season following a three-year stint at Louisville from 200003. With the Cardinals, Terry’s responsibilities encompassed

recruiting, scouting, player development, summer camps and serving as a liaison for the program’s community service outreach. Louisville captured the Conference USA regular-season title and earned a trip to the NCAA tournament in 2001 before making a WNIT appearance in 2002. She also assisted in signing the nation’s 21st-ranked recruiting class in 2002-03, according to All-Star Girls Report. Terry recruited and coached all-Conference USA honoree Lori Nero, a draft choice of the WNBA’s Houston Comets, as well as Sara Nord, who finished her collegiate career as the Cardinals’ all-time assist leader and ranks among the top 15 scorers in school history. Terry enjoyed a successful collegiate playing career at Texas-Arlington, winning four varsity letters from 1994-98 under head coach Mike Dean. She earned first-team all-Southland Conference honors after leading the Mavericks in scoring with 17.4 points per game as a senior in 1997-98. Terry scored 1,169 points during her career at UTA and still ranks among the school’s top 10 in three-point field goals made (third), assists (sixth), steals (seventh) and free-throw percentage (10th). She is just one of 17 players in Maverick history to surpass the 1,000-point plateau, while her .335 career three-point field-goal percentage is also a school and Southland Conference career record. Terry played one season of professional basketball in Warsaw, Poland, averaging 12.0 points and 6.0 assists with the Polonia Phoenix, before returning to Texas-Arlington to begin her coaching career as a graduate assistant in 1999. Terry prepped at El Capitan High and held the Vaqueros’ career scoring record for three years following her graduation. She was inducted into the school’s athletic hall of fame in 2008.

Head coach Stacie Terry and her daughter Kennedy.

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HEAD COACH STACIE TERRY’S COACHING SUCCESS Assistant Coach Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Totals

School Louisville Louisville Louisville Dayton Illinois Illinois Illinois So. Miss. UCLA UCLA UCLA LSU LSU

Overall 19-10 17-13 15-14 3-25 17-13 16-15 19-12 21-13 19-12 25-9 28-5 23-11 22-12

Conf. 14-2 8-6 5-9 1-15 7-9 6-10 8-8 8-8 9-9 15-3 16-2 10-6 10-6

244-164 117-93

Postseason NCAA First Round WNIT First Round

WNIT First Round WNIT Second Round WNIT Third Round WNIT Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Sweet 16

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years as an assistant coach 9 postseason appearances  5 NCAA tournament appearances  Won a game in the NCAA tournament four straight seasons  Averaged 23.4 wins per season while working with head coach Nikki Caldwell the last five years 

STACIE TERRY’S COLLEGIATE ACCOMPLISHMENTS  First-Team

All-Southland Conference selection

(1998)  Southland

Conference Career Three-point field goal percentage leader .335 (158-472)

 Texas-Arlington

Career Top 10 Three-point field goals (3rd - 158) Three-point field goal attempts (3rd -472) Assists (t-6th - 250) Steals (7th -193) Three-point field goal percentage (7th - .335) Field goal attempts (10th - 1,085)

What others are saying about Stacie Terry: “I am thrilled for Stacie and San Diego State. They have hired not only an outstanding basketball coach but a quality person, who has been influential to the lives of so many since she joined my staff at UCLA in 2008 and then at LSU in 2011. Not many coaches have had the opportunity to work in six different conferences, including the SEC, Pac-12 and Big Ten, so she has been exposed to basketball at every level. She is very respected in the profession, and she is a difference maker in every aspect of the program from recruiting to scouting.” - LSU Women’s Basketball Head Coach Nikki Caldwell “I am excited to welcome Stacie Terry to the Aztec family. I had an opportunity to spend some time with her during the (hiring) process and am impressed with her experience and the success she has been a part of, most recently at LSU and UCLA. She has a wealth of experience and has shown the ability to recruit wherever she has coached. Having gone to high school here and having family in the area, she is very familiar with the San Diego high school scene. I am happy that she is in our basketball family and look forward to watching her carry on the successful tradition of Aztec women’s basketball.” - SDSU Men’s Basketball Head Coach Steve Fisher

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ASSISTANT COACHES

JESSE CLARK

Assistant Coach | First Year at San Diego State Pacific Union (2003)

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THE JESSIE CLARK FILE Hometown Tacoma, Wash. Education Bachelor of Science Business Education Pacific Union, 2003 Playing Experience Pacific Union, 1992-96

esse Clark became head coach Stacie Terry’s first hire when he was brought on board as an assistant coach on June 10, 2013. Clark brings over 15 years of experience with him to Montezuma Mesa, including a six-year stint as an assistant at Saint Mary’s College from 2007-13. Clark will be involved with every phase of Aztec program, including the development of post players, as well as recruiting, scouting and opponent scheduling. During Clark’s tenure at SMC, the Gaels compiled 112 victories and made four consecutive trips to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT), including a quarterfinal appearance this past season. He coached five all-West Coast Conference performers, including Jackie Nared, who led the league in scoring during the 2012-13 campaign, as well as Louella Tomlinson, who collected back-to-back defensive player of the year awards in 2009-10. In addition, Jontelle Smith finished her career as the Gaels’ all-time leader in three-point field goals and ranks fifth in scoring. Prior to his arrival at SMC, Clark served as director of video operations at Stanford, where he was responsible for film exchange, game editing, scouting and analysis. Clark also spent two seasons at the University of San Francisco from 2003-05, where he coached two-time WCC defensive player of the year Toni Russell and helped recruit Dominique Carter, who was named the league’s top newcomer in 2004. Clark entered the coaching ranks in 1996 as an assistant at his alma mater Pacific Union College in Angwin, Calif., where he also doubled as assistant athletic director and sports information director. In 1997, he was elevated to head coach, leading the Pioneers to three California Pacific Conference tournament appearances in five seasons.

Coaching Background 2013 San Diego State Assistant Coach 2007-13 Saint Mary’s Assistant Coach 2006-07 Stanford Director of Video Operations

Clark then landed an assistant’s role at CSU Bakersfield for the 2002-03 season, helping the Roadrunners capture the NCAA Division II West Region Championship and a berth in the Elite Eight series. Under Clark’s guidance, CSUB’s Heather Garay was named California Collegiate Athletic Association player of the year and earned a spot on the Kodak DII All-America team. A native of Tacoma, Wash., Clark received a bachelor of science degree in business education from Pacific Union in 2003. He played collegiately for the school from 1992-96 after prepping at Fresno Academy in Fresno, Calif.

2003-05 San Francisco Assistant Coach 2002-03 CSU Bakersfield Assistant Coach 1997-2002 Pacific Union Head Coach

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ASSISTANT COACHES

AISHA VEASLEY

Assistant Coach | First Year at San Diego State UCLA (1999)

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THE AISHA VEASLEY FILE Hometown Los Angeles, Calif. Education Bachelor of Arts History with Specialization in Business UCLA, 1999 Playing Experience UCLA, 1994-98 Coaching Background 2013 San Diego State Assistant Coach

isha Veasley returned to her southern California roots when she joined the Aztec coaching staff this past summer. A native of Los Angeles, Veasley has nine years of Division I coaching experience under her belt, having spent two productive stints as an assistant at Tulsa and Colorado following a successful playing career at UCLA. During her tenure at Colorado from 2005-10, Veasley directed the Buffaloes’ post players and served a pivotal role as the team’s recruiting coordinator, helping to sign three top-40 classes, including the No. 26 class in 2006, according to ESPN HoopGurlz. Veasley’s recruiting successes featured future WNBA draft picks Brittany Spears, who finished her collegiate career as CU’s all-time leading scorer, and Chucky Jeffery, who received honorable mention WBCA All-America recognition and first-team all-Pac-12 honors. In addition, Veasley coached and mentored two-time AP honorable mention All-American Jackie McFarland, who also collected three straight Academic All-America awards from ESPN The Magazine. Prior to her arrival on the Boulder campus, Veasley coached for four seasons at Tulsa from 1999-2003, helping to transform the Golden Hurricane from a perennial cellar dweller to a competitive presence in the Western Athletic Conference. During her stint, TU racked up 53 victories after posting just 21 wins in the previous three seasons from 1996-99. Under Veasley’s tutelage, Leela Farr emerged as the Hurricane’s first all-WAC first-team performer, while Allison Curtin attained AP honorable mention All-America status and became the school’s first-ever WNBA draft pick, going to the Houston Comets with the 12th overall selection in 2003. Veasley was promoted to a full-time recruiting position at TU for the 2001-02 campaign. In addition to her coaching responsibilities, which concentrated on post player development, Veasley evaluated potential recruits, monitored student-athlete

2010-11 Boulder High School Boulder, Colo. Head Coach 2005-10 Colorado Assistant Coach 2003-04 EV1 - Traveling Team (Houston, Texas) Player/Assistant Coach 1999-2003 Tulsa Assistant Coach 1998-99 Valley Christian High School (Cerritos, Calif.) Assistant Coach

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affairs for the program, oversaw the Hurricane’s travel arrangements and served as the team’s community service coordinator. In between her two collegiate coaching stops, Veasley played and coached one season for Everyone’s Internet (EV1), an exhibition team based in Houston, Texas, that featured former collegians and WNBA players. With the EV1 squad in 2003-04, Veasley was responsible for the development of post players, as well as the coordination and budget management of team travel and player salaries. Veasley won four varsity letters at UCLA under head coach Kathy Olivier from 1994-98. As a senior, she was voted team captain for the 1997-98 campaign, helping the Bruins advance to the second round of the NCAA tournament. Veasley also captured UCLA’s Coaches Award that season and was named the squad’s most inspirational player the previous year in 1997. Veasley received her undergraduate degree in history with a specialization in business from UCLA in 1999. In addition, she served one season as head coach in the prep ranks at Boulder High School in 2010-11, guiding the Panthers to the second round of the Colorado state 5A tournament, before spending the last two years in private business in Westminster, Colo.


ASSISTANT COACHES

CIARA CARL

Assistant Coach | First Year at San Diego State Point Loma Nazarene (2005)

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THE CIARA CARL FILE Hometown Los Angeles, Calif. Education Bachelor of Science Exercise Science Point Loma Nazarene, 2005 Master of Science Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention California Univ. (Pa.), 2006 Playing Experience Point Loma Nazarene, 2000-05 Coaching Background 2013 San Diego State Assistant Coach 2012-13 Metro State (Colo.) Assistant Coach

ead coach Stacie Terry filled her final staff vacancy when she announced the addition of Ciara Carl as assistant coach on July 15, 2013. A standout player at Point Loma Nazarene during her collegiate playing career, Carl returns to southern California after spending the 2012-13 campaign as an assistant at Metro State in Denver, Colo., following a two-year stint in the same capacity at Cal Poly Pomona. During her one season at Metro State, Carl helped coach the Roadrunners to 21 victories and a spot in the NCAA Division II tournament, where they advanced to the second round. Under her tutelage, five Metro State players garnered all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference accolades, including Kristin Valencia, who was named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year. As a team, the Roadrunners led the RMAC in scoring defense (51.2 ppg) and limited opponents to a league-worst .350 field-goal percentage. Carl also witnessed success during her tenure at Cal Poly Pomona from 2010-12, as the Broncos compiled a two-year mark of 47-14 (.770) and made a pair of NCAA DII tournament appearances, including a berth in the Elite Eight in 2011. During that season, Carl assisted in the development of senior guard Reyana Colson, who earned All-America honors after capturing the California Collegiate Athletic Association’s Most Valuable Player award. Prior to arrival at CPP, Carl gained valuable coaching experience during stops with the San Diego Sol, the San Diego Super 60 League, as well as her prep alma mater, Saint Mary’s School in Raleigh, N.C. As a collegian, Carl starred at point guard for PLNU, helping the Sea Lions compile an 83-27 overall record in her final three seasons. During that stretch, PLNU made three consecutive trips to the NAIA tournament, capped by a Final Four appearance in 2005. She still holds the school’s career record with 647 assists and ranks second with 277 steals. Carl received her undergraduate degree in exercise science from PLNU in 2005 and earned her master’s of science degree from California University (Pa.) in 2006 with an emphasis in performance enhancement and injury prevention. She later completed an internship at North Carolina State, working with the Wolfpack’s strength and conditioning program. A native of Los Angeles, Carl was raised in Cary, N.C., before graduating from Saint Mary’s School in 2000. In addition to earning all-state honors in basketball as a senior, Carl also lettered in volleyball and golf during her prep career.

2010-12 Cal Poly Pomona Assistant Coach

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AZTEC BASKETBALL STAFF

FATEMA AREFI

Director of Basketball Operations First Year | Eighth Overall at San Diego State San Diego State (2005)

MIKE BYNUM

Director of Player Development Fourth Year at San Diego State San Diego State (2009)

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THE FATEMA AREFI FILE Hometown San Diego, Calif. Education Bachelor of Arts Communication San Diego State, 2005 Master of Arts Educational Leadership San Diego State, 2010

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atema Arefi was named director of operations for the Aztec women’s basketball team on July 2, 2013. An SDSU alumna, Arefi will be involved with aall phases of the program relating to team travel, ggame day operations, fundraising, equipment and ccommunity service. In addition, she will work with th the Aztec Club as the point person for the team’s bbooster organization, the Full Court Press Club, w while assisting with freshman orientation. Arefi is no stranger to SDSU athletics, having hheld several roles in the department since Novvember 2006. Most recently, she served as senior aathletics coordinator, providing direct executive assistance in the day-to-day operations of the athletics director’s office. Arefi was responsible for coordinating and scheduling meetings, public appearances and speaking engagements, while detailing complex travel arrangements and itineraries. Arefi’s endless duties also included assisting with ticket distribution at Mountain West and NCAA tournament games for the men’s basketball squad, as well as supervision of interns in the athletic director’s office and the oversight and planning of internal staff functions. In addition, Arefi served as the athletics liaison for other campus departments, including the President’s Office, University Relations and Development, Business Affairs and Student Affairs, among others. Arefi received her bachelor of arts degree in communication from SDSU in 2005 and earned a master’s in educational leadership in 2010. Raised in San Diego, Arefi graduated from Kearny High School, where she played one season on the girls’ basketball team.

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THE MIKE BYNUM FILE Hometown Toronto, Ontario, Canada Education Bachelor of Arts Communication San Diego State, 2009 Basketball Background San Diego State Women’s Basketball Director of Player Development 2010-present Scripps Ranch High School Boys’ Varsity Assistant Coach 2009-10 San Diego State Men’s Basketball Student Manager 2004-09

ike Bynum is in his fourth year as the Aztecs’ director of player development. Bynum’s job duties include coordinating film exchange, editing game and practice film, ddeveloping team highlight videos and supervisin ing student managers. He also assists director of bbasketball operations Fatema Arefi in the planning and a setting up of all women’s basketball events. Over his last three seasons, the team has combined b to win 64 games and captured two Mountain West Conference regular-season titles and one W tournament crown, while also advancing to the to 2012 NCAA championships. 2 Before returning to SDSU, Bynum was as an assistant varsity coach with the boys’ team at a Scripps Ranch High School under head coach Brian Keiser. Bynum was in charge of the Falcons’ video editing, helped scout future opponents and on the court, worked with the squad’s defense, which gave up the fewest points per game in San Diego. Scripps Ranch went 16-11 overall and won two tournaments during the 2009-10 campaign. Bynum became a student manager for the Aztec men’s basketball team in September 2004, and over the next five seasons helped with practice set-up, game statistics, summer camps and team travel. Bynum supervised other student managers and assisted the squad’s video coordinator with opponent scout edits. SDSU boasted a 103-61 record during his five-year stint, recording four straight 20-win seasons and claiming the 2005-06 Mountain West Conference regular season and tournament championships. In the summer of 2009, Bynum was a counselor at both the LeBron James King’s Academy and the Steve Fisher Basketball Camp, where he supervised basketball players of various age groups, provided skill instruction and helped conduct drills. Originally from Toronto, Bynum lived in San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Dallas before moving to San Diego where he attended Scripps Ranch High School, graduating in 2004. He earned his bachelor’s degree in communication from San Diego State in May 2009 and was a member of the Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society. His father Rod Bynum is the head assistant men’s basketball coach at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.


AZTEC BASKETBALL STAFF

RANDY SHELTON

GABRIELLE CLARK

Strength and Conditioning Coach Fourth Year at San Diego State San Diego State (2000)

Graduate Assistant First Year at San Diego State San Diego State (2013)

R Randy Shelton is in his fourth season as the womeen’s basketball team’s strength and conditioning ccoach. During his three years on Montezuma Mesa, the Aztecs have enjoyed one of the most successth ful runs in program history, thanks in large part to fu their effort in the weight room. Over the last three th sseasons, San Diego State has won 64 games, including a program-record 27 victories in 2012-13, captured three Mountain West championships (two regular season, one tournament) and advanced to the 2012 NCAA tournament. A 2000 graduate of San Diego State, Shelton is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Shelton is married to the former Waleska Valle and the couple have two children, son Darren and daughter Farah.

G Gabrielle Clark enters her first year as a graduaate assistant on head coach Stacie Terry’s staff. A four-year letterwinner at forward for the Aztecs, C Clark was a member of two NCAA tournament ssquads in 2009 and 2012 and was a Mountain W West all-defensive team selection in 2013, helping th the Scarlet and Black capture its second straight re regular-season conference title. Clark also served as team co-captain for three seasons and was a three-time recipient of the Aztecs’ Tammy Blackburn Coaches Award, which recognized her accomplishments both on the court and in the classroom. In addition, Clark was one of just 50 student-athletes from across the nation selected to the prestigious WBCA “So You Want To Be A Coach” program last year and was nominated for the WBCA/Allstate Good Works team for her involvement in numerous community service events. Clark received her bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in child development last spring and is currently working toward her master’s in educational leadership.

QUEENIE SORIANO Athletic Trainer Third Year at San Diego State San Diego State (2004) Q Queenie Soriano is in her third year as an athletic trainer at San Diego State. Soriano works directly tr with the women’s basketball team, as well as the w men’s and women’s golf programs. m As the team’s head athletic trainer, her primary responsibility is the overall health of the m sstudent-athletes, working closely with a team of pphysicians and other athletic trainers on staff to provide the best quality care. Whether it’s the flu or an ankle sprain, the Aztecs see her for all ailments. In adddition, Soriano has state-of-theart equipment at her disposal, including a SWIM-Ex Unit and Alter G anti-gravity treadmill to rehabilitate injuries and return the student-athletes to the court better than before. A graduate of San Diego State, Soriano received her bachelor of science degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in athletics training in 2004. During her undergraduate studies, she worked as a student trainer for the Aztec football, women’s tennis, women’s soccer and water polo teams and became certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association in 2004. Prior to her return to Montezuma Mesa, Soriano spent seven years at the University of New Mexico, including the last five as an assistant athletic trainer after receiving her master’s degree in sports administration from the school in 2006. Born in Manila, Philippines, Soriano prepped at Mount Miguel High School in nearby Spring Valley, where she competed for the basketball and volleyball teams.

CHRIS STRAKER Head Manager Second Year at San Diego State Chris Straker is in his second year as head manC aager for the Aztec women’s basketball program, pproviding invaluable support during practice, film bbreakdown, scouting and game-day preparation. A native of Manchester, England, Straker has 112 years of advanced level coaching experience uunder his belt with European basketball, including sstints as a head coach with women’s club teams ssuch as Leeds Carnegie, Manchester Mystics, as well as the North West U17 regional squad. He w also served as associate coach with the Great Britain U20 and England U18 national teams. Under his tutelage, Straker’s teams captured three national titles, while many of his pupils have secured Division I collegiate scholarships in the United States or have gone on to play professionally in Europe.

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DR. BRE WHITE

GLADIE JAFFE

Asst. Director of Academic Services Academic Advisor 14th Year at San Diego State Utah State (1994, 1997) San Diego State (2007, 2011)

Administrative Assistant Fifth Year at San Diego State San Diego State (2008)

D SaBrina “Bre” White is in her 19th year as a Dr. sstudent-athlete support services professional aand enters her 14th year at SDSU, where she is the assistant director of academic services. She th works directly with the Aztec women’s basketball w tteam, as well as the football squad (offense), men’s and women’s golf, and cross country and track and field teams. White is also in charge of the department’s community service program and works with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Prior to coming to San Diego State, White was an academic coordinator at her alma mater Utah State University for six years (1994-2000). She started off her career as an interim academic coordinator at Utah State in 1994 right after graduation, and then was hired as a full-time academic coordinator in 1995. With the Aggies, she served as an advisor for the football, men’s basketball, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, men’s golf, softball, gymnastics, men’s and women’s tennis, and track and field teams. White earned her first degree from Utah State in liberal arts and science, and later went on to earn a second bachelor’s degree in business. She received her master’s degree in educational leadership, with an emphasis in student affairs, from San Diego State in 2007, and was tabbed the College of Education’s outstanding graduate student. White finished her Doctorate of Education (Ed.D) in 2011, completing her dissertation on “Transfer Shock and the Student-Athlete.” Born in Wethersfield, England, White enjoys boxing, crocheting and scrapbooking, and is looking forward to running her second half marathon one day. She also is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics and recently became a lifetime member of the SDSU alumni association and is now an “Aztec for Life.”

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G Gladie Jaffe enters her fifth year at San Diego S State and second as administrative assistant for th the women’s basketball program. In her position, JJaffe handles the daily operations and administratitive duties of the team, helping the staff to organnize daily schedules, travel and budget. She also w works closely with members of the “Full Court P Press Club” booster group, by organizing and running the club’s events. A native San Diegan, Jaffe received her bachelor’s degree in geography with an emphasis in environmental policy from SDSU in 2008 and has worked for the University in numerous instructional and administrative capacities following her graduation. Since 2009, Jaffe has served on The Mesa as a graduate teaching associate in political science, an adminstrative assistant with the Global Change Research Group, a writing specialist and tutor for the Office of Educational Opportunity Program, as well as an academic mentor and tutor for all subjects in the athletic department. Jaffe has two sons Joel (14) and Cooper (11) and is a member of the Scripps Ranch Pop Warner Football board of directors.

SCOTT HORVATH IT Coordinator 14th Year at San Diego State Ohio State (1998) Scott Horvath enters his 14th season at San DiS eego State and his seventh in Aztec athletics. Horvath serves as the department’s information technology coordinator and is in his 11th year te working with the football coaches’ communicaw titions on game days. The Newark, Ohio, native previously was an IT cconsultant for business services and internet commerce across campus at SDSU. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1998 from Ohio State University in management information systems, before a two-year stint as IT manager for the city of Columbus, Ohio. Horvath and his wife, Polly Kanavel, who volunteers in the SDSU athletic department, reside in La Mesa with their pets.


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DANESHA LONG

5-9 | Guard | Senior | 1L Long Beach, Calif. (Jordan HS/Midland College)

 Coach Terry Says: “Danesha is a high-energy player who plays hard on both ends of the court. She is great defender and will be challenged to defend the best guards in the conference. With her quickness, she will also be a huge part of our transition game.”

GETTING TO KNOW DANESHA LONG The TV talent show I would most likely to appear on is... Dancing With The Stars because I like to salsa Three words that my friends would use to describe me are... Smiley, sweet, considerate During the off-season, I focused on improving... My ball-handling My favorite WNBA player is... Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx My favorite cereal is... Frosted Flakes First web site I look at during the day is... YouTube My favorite spot on campus is... The Aztec Recreation Center The best thing about Viejas Arena is... The floor The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip is... My knee brace I get psyched up before a game by... Listening to music Teammate who will surprise people the most on the court this season is... Aleiah Brandon - She has a high court IQ, she listens and makes great decisions What I would like the team to accomplish this season is... To win the Mountain West title and advance to the NCAA tournament

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As A Junior (2012-13) Played in 22 games during her first season on The Mesa ... Netted her first field goal and handed out her first assist for the Scarlet and Black in the second half at UCLA (11-10-12) ... Posted season highs of 18 minutes and four rebounds in a home win over USC (1130-12) ... Scored a season-best 10 points on 4-of-5 shooting, including a pair of three-pointers, helping the Aztecs secure a road victory at Cal Poly (12-16-12) ... Tallied five points in consecutive appearances at Boise State (2-6-13) and vs. UNLV (2-17-13) ... Also saw action in two MW tournament games against Nevada (3-14-13) and New Mexico (3-15-13), as well as SDSU’s first-round victory over UC Santa Barbara in the WNIT (3-20-13).  At Midland College Spent two seasons at Midland College in Midland, Texas, where she played under head coach Ron Jones ... Garnered WJCAC all-conference honors and was also named to the All-Region V team in her sophomore campaign after leading the Lady Chaparrals to a 23-8 record ... Averaged 11.3 points and 5.4 rebounds per game as a sophomore ... As a freshman, she led Midland to a 27-6 record and trip to the Region V Tournament championship game ... That season, she averaged 11.5 points and 6.1 rebounds per game for Midland en route to earning WJCAC MVP accolades as well as NJCAA Honorable Mention All-America and all-region honors.  At Jordan High School Earned four varsity letters under head coach Adara Newidouski at Jordan High School in Long Beach, Calif. ... Was named the team captain in each of her final two seasons ... Earned all-CIF accolades and voted team MVP her freshman, sophomore and senior campaigns.

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 AAU Played for Got Game under coach Sherrie Smith from 200610.  Personal Danesha Lashay Long was born in Bellflower, Calif. ... Daughter of Quanique McNeil ... Is working toward her degree in criminal justice with plans to become a juvenile probation officer.


 LONG’S CAREER HIGHS Points 10, at Cal Poly (12-16-12) Rebounds 4, vs. USC (11-30-12) Assists 1, Five times, Last: vs. UNLV (2-17-13) Steals 1, Four times, Last: at Boise State (2-6-13) Blocks 1, vs. Wyoming (1-19-13) Field Goals 4, at Cal Poly (12-16-12) Field Goal Attempts 5, at Cal Poly (12-16-12) 3-Point Field Goals 2, at Cal Poly (12-16-12) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 2, Two times, Last: at Boise State (2-6-13) Free Throws 2, Two times, Last: vs. Fresno Pacific (12-19-12) Free Throw Attempts 2, Four times, Last: at Boise State (2-6-13)  MISC. CAREER STATS Double-figure scoring games: 1

 LONG’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012-13 Totals

GP-GS 22-0 22-0

MIN-AVG 171-7.8 171-7.8

FG-A 12-31 12-31

PCT .387 .387

3P-A 4-12 4-12

PCT .333 .333

FT-A 4-8 4-8

PCT .500 .500

REB 22 22

AVG 1.0 1.0

PF-FO 9-0 9-0

A 5 5

TO 9 9

BLK 1 1

STL 6 6

PTS 32 32

AVG 1.5 1.5

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CIERRA WARREN

6-4 | Center | Senior | RS Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Los Osos HS/Louisville)

 2013-14 Preseason Mountain West Newcomer of the Year

GETTING TO KNOW CIERRA WARREN If I could be on a reality TV show, it would be... The Real World The movie I love to watch, but embarassed to admit is... Pitch Perfect During the off-season, I focused on improving... My conditioning My favorite WNBA player is... Kristi Toliver of the L.A. Sparks Something I own that would surprise my friends is... I have more high heels than basketball shoes First web site I look at during the day is... Vine My favorite cereal is... Mini Wheats Among the things I collect are... Teddy bears The best thing about Viejas Arena is... The new logo on the floor The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip is... My phone The best thing about Aztec basketball fans is... Their energy Teammate who will surprise people the most on the court this season is... Khristina Hunter - Her defense is amazing What I would like the team to accomplish this season is... To advance to the Sweet 16

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 Coach Terry Says: “Cierra is a very skilled post player with great hands. She can score around the rim and has a very consistent jumper. She also does a great job on the offensive glass and will give us a lot second-chance points. With her experience, she will be looked upon to lead us.”  At Louisville Transferred to Louisville after spending a year at North Carolina ... Redshirted in 2010-11 ... Appeared in 22 contests and started 10 times in 2011-12 ... Averaged 8.0 points and 4.5 rebounds in 16.7 minutes ... Her scoring averaged ranked fifth and her rebounding averaged was tied for the fourth-highest on the team ... Added 24 blocked shots and 23 steals ... Shot a team-best 57.3 percent from the floor.  At North Carolina Signed with North Carolina out of high school ... Competed in all 31 games in 2009-10 for the Tar Heels, who advanced to the NCAA tournament ... She shot 48.5 percent the field and reached double-figures in scoring on four occasions ... Averaged 4.3 points and 2.7 rebounds in 9.9 minutes ... Finished with 25 blocks and 14 steals.  At Los Osos High School Played all four years at Los Osos High School in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. ... Averaged 18.5 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.8 blocks per game as a senior ... As a junior, she averaged 22.1 points, 12.9 rebounds and 4.6 blocks per outing ... Was a two-time MVP of the Baseline League ... Was rated the 31st-best player by ESPN Hoopgurlz and ranked No. 18 by the All-Star Girls Report ... ESPN Hoopgurlz tabbed her the 10th-best post player.

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 AAU Was a member of Cal Sparks Gold and played for coach Elbert Kinnebrew, Matthew Thalley and Bret Edwards from 2005-09 ... Helped Cal Sparks win three summer tournaments in 2008 ... Also played for Rampage and Steady Play prior to Cal Sparks.  Personal Daughter of Margaret Warren ... Her uncle, Darryl Warren, played football at SDSU, earning a varsity letter in 1989 ... Graduated with her bachelor’s degree in communication last spring and is working toward her master’s in liberal arts and sciences.


 WARREN’S CAREER HIGHS Points 18, at Missouri State (11-13-11)* Rebounds 11, vs. Austin Peay (11-21-11)* Assists 2, at Washington State (12-19-11)* and at Florida A&M (11-26-11)* Steals 4, at Texas A&M (11-15-11)* Blocks 4, vs. Murray State (11-29-11)* and vs. Duke (2-28-10)^ Field Goals 8, at Missouri State (11-13-11)* Field Goal Attempts 13, at DePaul (1-31-12)* Free Throws 6, at Texas A&M (11-15-11)* Free Throw Attempts 6, at Texas A&M (11-15-11)* and vs. Gardner-Webb (12/13/09)^ and vs. Presbyterian (11/25/09)^  MISC. CAREER STATS Double-figure scoring games: 12 Double-figure rebounding games: 1

*at Louisville ^at North Carolina

WARREN’S CAREER STATISTICS  Year 2009-10^ 2011-12* Totals

GP-GS 31-0 22-10 53-10

MIN-AVG 298-9.6 368-16.7 666-12.6

FG-A 50-103 75-131 125-234

PCT .485 .573 .534

3P-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

^at North Carolina | *at Louisville PCT .000 .000 .000

FT-A 30-51 26-38 56-89

PCT .588 .684 .629

REB 81 98 179

AVG 2.8 4.5 3.4

PF-FO 65-2 63-4 128-6

A 10 6 16

TO 36 24 60

BLK 25 24 49

STL 14 23 37

PTS 130 176 306

AVG 4.2 8.0 5.8

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ERIMMA AMARIKWA 6-1 | Forward | Junior | 2L Vacaville, Calif. (Vanden HS)

 2013-14 Preseason All-Mountain West

Selection S election  2012-13 All-Mountain West Third Third Team

GETTING TO KNOW ERIMMA AMARIKWA The TV talent show I would most likely to appear on is... American Idol because I can sing The movie I love to watch, but embarassed to admit is... The SpongeBob Movie My favorite place to visit is... Houston, Texas During the off-season, I focused on improving... My speed My favorite meal is... Chicken enchiladas My favorite WNBA team is the... Los Angeles Sparks My favorite cereal is... Cookie Crisp First web site I look at during the day is... Yahoo

 Coach Terryy Says: y ““Erimma Erimma has the most post experience of our ur returning players. She is very versatile, atile, but plays with great power. She gives ves us another presence on the glass and nd is very physical in the paint.”  As A Sophomore p (2012-13) ( ) Was one of five Aztecs to receive all-Mountain ain West honors after earning third-team distinction stinction ... Topped the league with a 53.2 field-goal percentage in MW games ames and ranked third with a 50.2percent ercent clip overall ... Averaged 9.6 points oints and 6.3 rebounds, with the he latter ranking 11th in the league ague for all games ... Tied for or third in the MW with 3.1 .1 offensive boards in conference onference games .... Finished second nd on the team eam behind Chelsea Hopkins opkins w i t h four our

My favorite spot on campus is... West Commons The best thing about Aztec basketball fans is... Their loyalty I get psyched up before a game by... Having quiet time to myself Teammate who will surprise people the most on the court this season is... Cierra Warren - She is a very active post player for someone her size. What I would like the team to accomplish this season is... To advance to the Sweet 16

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double-doubles and tied Khristina Hunter for third with ith 20 blocks ... Was one of five SDSU players ayers to shoot over 70 percent from the free-throw ee-throw line, draining 64-of-91 attempts (.703) 703) ... Posted double-digit scoring performances on 17 occasions, including five times in a six-game stretch from Jan. 19-Feb. 9 ... Poured oured in 16 points and set a personal best with ith 12 rebounds to help the Aztecs knock off UC C Irvine (11-14-12) ... Logged a career-high 35 minutes in a victory vs. Auburn at the Omni Hotels Classic lassic (11-23-12) ... Tossed up her first collegiate three-point hree-point try with the shot clock winding down at

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Colorado (11-24-12) ... Was also 7-for-8 from th the charity stripe against the Buffaloes ... Led aall scorers with 16 points on 7-of-10 shootin shooting in a win over Fresno Pacific (12-19-12) ... . Registered a career-high 14 field-goal at attempts, finishing with 15 points in a comecome back victory against Nevada (1-23-13) .... Totaled 16 points and six rebounds in jus just 21 minutes at home vs. UNLV on nationa national television ... Helped fuel a decisive wi win at Fresno State with a collegiate-bes collegiate-best 17 points on an 8-for-11 clip from the floor (2-9-13) ... Notched 15 points and 10 rere bounds to go with a career-high tyin tying three blocks vs vs. Nevada iin the quar quarterfinals nal of

th the MW tournament namen (3-1413) ... Als Also collected a double-double double-doubl with 11 points point and 11 boards iin the championship fina nal against Fresno State two day days later (3-16-13) ... Tallied nine nin points and six rebounds in SD SDSU’s win over UC Santa Barbara Barbar in the opening round of the WNIT (3-20-13).  As A Freshman (2011-12) ( ) One of two freshmen and seve seven players to participate in all 32 con contests ... Averaged nearly 11 minute minutes an outing (10.8) ... Shot 45.6 percent percen from the field and contributed just un under three rebounds a game (2.8) ... Sho Shot nearly 70 percent at the free-throw lin line (.690) ... Had 10 blocks and nine steal steals


... Posted team game highs in rebounding and steals in two games apiece ... Played 19 minutes in her first collegiate outing vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... Was 8-for-8 from the charity stripe and also had seven rebounds, an assist, a block and a steal in her debut ... Six points and five rebounds in the win at Hawai’i ... Was perfect from the field and the line against Portland, notching four points ... Had eight points at UCLA and seven against Washington State ... Grabbed six rebounds in the road win at UC Irvine ... Played 14 minutes vs. Longwood, producing six points, six rebounds and two steals ... Also had two steals and a season-high two blocks at Cal State Bakersfield ... Played a season-high 20 minutes vs. Wyoming on Jan. 24, logging a career-high nine rebounds and seven points ... Had six points and six boards at Boise State ... Was perfect from the field at the 2012 MW Championship ... Made both shots vs. Air Force and ended up with five points and two offensive rebounds ... Ended 2-for-2 from the field and 2-for-2 at the stripe for six points in the victory over Wyoming in the semifinals ... Also hauled in five rebounds and had an assist in 12 minutes vs. the Cowgirss ... Recorded three boards and a steal in the championship contest vs. New Mexico ... Grabbed one rebound in 11 minutes at LSU in the NCAA tournament.

 AMARIKWA’S CAREER HIGHS Points 17, at Fresno State (2-9-13) Rebounds 12, vs. UC Irvine (11-14-12) Assists 1, Fourteen times, Last: vs. UNLV (2-17-13) Steals 3, Two times, Last: at Boise State (2-6-13) Blocks 3, Two times, Last: vs. Nevada (3-14-13) Field Goals 8, at Fresno State (2-9-13)

 At Vanden High School Attended Vanden High School in Fairfield, Calif., where she played basketball under head coach Allison Johnson ... Four-time letterwinner and two-time team captain ... Enjoyed a standout senior campaign in which she was tabbed the Solano County Athletic Conference MVP by averaging 22.4 points and 11.0 rebounds per outing ... Second-team all-state selection among Division III schools by MaxPreps ... Was the 2011 Daily Republic Spring Athlete of the Year for girls’ basketball ... Vanden made its first Sac-Joaquin Section title game appearance and went on to reach the NorCal quarterfinals ... As a junior, led her team to a 26-6 overall record, garnering conference MVP honors ... Also named a second-team all-state underclassman by Cal-Hi Sports in 2010, averaging 17.3 points a contest, including a high of 40 points ... The Vikings won their league title each of her campaigns ... Also competed in tennis and track during her prep career.

Field Goal Attempts 14, vs. Nevada (1-23-13) 3-Point Field Goals n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 1, at Colorado (11-24-12) Free Throws 8, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11-26-11) Free Throw Attempts 8, Two times, Last: at Colorado (11-24-12)

 AAU Competed for NorCal Elite under coach Davin Johnson from 2008-10.

 MISC. CAREER STATS Double-figure scoring games: 17 Double-figure rebounding games: 4 Double-doubles: 4

 Personal Erimma T. Amarikwa was born in East Orange, N.J. ... Daughter of Victoria Anthony and Godwin Amarikwa ... Brother, Ugonna, played football as a defensive back at UAB from 2008-10 ... Also lived in Houston, Texas ... Majoring in health communication at SDSU.

AMARIKWA’S CAREER STATISTICS  Year 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

GP-GS 32-0 34-34 66-34

MIN-AVG 346-10.8 871-25.6 1217-18.4

FG-A 31-68 131-260 162-328

PCT .456 .504 .494

3P-A 0-0 0-1 0-1

PCT .000 .000 .000

FT-A 29-42 64-91 93-133

PCT .690 .703 .699

REB 89 213 302

AVG 2.8 6.3 4.6

PF-FO 54-1 78-0 132-1

A 7 9 16

TO 20 43 63

BLK 10 20 30

STL 9 28 37

PTS 91 326 417

AVG 2.8 9.6 6.3

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DESI CULBERSON 6-1 | Forward | Junior | 2L Oakland, Calif. (Berkeley HS)

 Coach Terry Says: “Desi is a great athlete who can do a lot of different things to help us win. She can defend, rebound, pass and score. She brings tremendous enthusiasm both on and off the court and does all the little things that will make us better.”

GETTING TO KNOW DESI CULBERSON If I could be on a reality TV show, it would be... Love & Hip Hop in the Bay My favorite place to visit is... Jamaica The movie I love to watch, but embarassed to admit is... Titanic During the off-season, I focused on improving... My three-point shooting My favorite WNBA player is... Seimone Augustus of the Minnesota Lynx Something I own that would surprise my friends is... A pair of Shaquille O’Neal’s sneakers First web site I look at during the day is... Karmaloop.com My favorite food is... Shrimp and chicken fettucine Among the things I collect are... Shoes My favorite spot on campus is... East Commons The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip is... My iPad The best thing about Aztec basketball fans is... Their loyalty Teammate who will surprise people the most on the court this season is... Deajanae Scurry - She is very athletic and has added so much to her game What I would like the team to accomplish this season is... To win two games in the NCAA Tourney

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 As A Sophomore (2012-13) Provided valuable minutes as a key reserve in 32 of the team’s 34 games, averaging 2.9 points and 2.8 rebounds per contest ... Led the Aztec sophomore class with an average of 14.9 minutes per game ... Finished Mountain West competition tied for 10th in the league in blocked shots (0.8/g) ... Totaled eight points on 3-of-3 shooting, including a pair of three-pointers vs. No. 14 Oklahoma State at the San Diego Surf ‘N Slam (12-30-12) ... Tied her collegiate best with three blocks and added two assists at UNLV (1-1613) ... Came away with a season-high three steals at home vs. Air Force (2-2-13) ... Went 4-for-4 from the charity stripe and dished out a pair of assists at Nevada (2-23-13) ... Finished with seven points, sinking all three of her field-goal attempts, while adding five rebounds and a block vs. Colorado State (2-13-13) ... Played a season-long 28 minutes at Air Force, recording her first collegiate double-double with career-highs of 15 points and 13 rebounds to help SDSU clinch its second straight Mountain West regular-season title (3-6-13) ... Tallied four points and eight rebounds vs. Boise State (3-9-13) ... Averaged 5.0 points, 2.3 rebounds and 18.3 minutes in three games at the MW tournament ... Blocked two shots in the Aztecs’ win over UC Santa Barbara in the first round of the WNIT (3-20-13).  As A Freshman (2011-12) Preseason Mountain West Freshman of the Year ... Only true freshman to log a start for the Aztecs in 2011-12 ... Played in all 32 games, earning a starting spot in the opening eight contests ... Finished the season tied with Courtney Clements as the team’s second-leading rebounder with 5.3 per game and was tops among MW freshmen ... Had 83 offensive boards, which is 28 more than any other SDSU player ... Also chipped in just under five points a contest (4.6) and had 25 steals and 15 blocked shots ... Had an Aztec game high in rebounding seven times

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and had two double-figure efforts to her credit ... Led the squad in steals twice and in scoring once ... Notched nine rebounds in her opening two games of her collegiate career ... Had 10 points on 4-of-8 shooting as well as two steals in the upset of No. 18 DePaul ... Notched a career-high 14 points on 5-of10 shooting, while knocking down her only 3-point attempt of the year vs. Washington on Nov. 26 ... Had nine boards, including six on the offensive glass, and a season-high three blocked shots against USD ... Was a perfect 3-for-3 from the field at UC Irvine ... First double-figure reboundings performance in the win over Penn, grabbing 10 total ... Was 4-for-4 at the free-throw line and ended with eight points and eight boards in the Mountain West opener vs. TCU ... Had eight points and eight rebounds again on. Jan. 28 against Colorado State ... Hauled in 10 rebounds in the road outing at TCU ... Season-high three steals in 25 minutes of action against UNLV ... Handed out a career-best two assists at UNM ... Was 4-for-6 from the field and ended up with nine points and eight boards against Air Force ... Collected seven rebounds to help SDSU clinch a share of the regular-season title at Wyoming on Feb. 21 ... Came up big in the MW championship, scoring six second-half points and tallying four boards and two steals vs. UNM ... Fnished with two points and three rebounds in 14 minutes at LSU in the NCAA tournament.

 CULBERSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points 15, at Air Force (3-6-13) Rebounds 13, at Air Force (3-6-13) Assists 2, Four times, Last: at Nevada (2-23-13) Steals 4, vs. Washington (11-26-11) Blocks 3, Two times, Last: at UNLV (1-16-13) Field Goals 5, Two times, Last: at Air Force (3-6-13)

 At Berkeley High School Played at Berkeley High School under coach Cheryl Draper ... Lettered all four years and was team captain twice ... Was a four-time all-league honoree ... Helped the Yellowjackets to their conference title in each of her four seasons ... Berkeley was 31-2 overall her senior campaign, finishing as state runner-up in Division I and earning a No. 8 national ranking ... Named second-team all-state among Division I schools and third-team overall by MaxPreps, averaging 13 points and 12 rebounds an outing ... Landed on the San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro team and Contra Costa Times All-East Bay squad in 2011 ... As a junior, averaged 14.4 points and 11.6 rebounds and was named a second-team all-East Bay pick ... Was the Aztecs’ highest rated recruit in the 2011 signing class ... Ranked seventh nationally as a prep at the wing position and 46th overall (at any position) by ESPN’s HoopGurlz web site.

Field Goal Attempts 10, Two times, Last: at Air Force (3-6-13) 3-Point Field Goals 2, vs. Oklahoma State (12-30-12) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 3, vs. Savannah State (1-2-13) Free Throws 6, vs. Colorado State (1-28-12)

 AAU Played most recently for the California Ballaz club team under head coach Leroy Hurt ... In 2009, was named to the all-tournament team at the prestigious End of the Oregon Trail, while also picking up MVP honors in her bracket at the Nike Summer Showcase in Chicago.

Free Throw Attempts 8, vs. Colorado State (2-16-12)  MISC. CAREER STATS Double-figure scoring games: 3 Double-figure rebounding games: 3 Double-doubles: 1

 Personal Chairese D. Culberson is the daughter of Carolyn and Eric Culberson ... Has two sisters and a brother, Eric, who played football at Akron ... Is pursuing her degree in criminal justice.

CULBERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS  Year 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

GP-GS 32-8 32-0 64-8

MIN-AVG 617-19.3 477-14.9 1094-17.1

FG-A 58-144 33-87 91-231

PCT .403 .379 .394

3P-A 1-2 3-14 4-16

PCT .500 .214 .250

FT-A 31-56 25-40 56-96

PCT .554 .625 .583

REB 170 91 261

AVG 5.3 2.8 4.1

PF-FO 70-0 36-0 106-0

A 9 13 22

TO 43 25 68

BLK 15 16 31

STL 25 17 42

PTS 148 94 242

AVG 4.6 2.9 3.8

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GETTING TO KNOW AHJALEE HARVEY Three words that my friends woud use to describe me are... Well-spoken, observant and unpredictable My favorite places to visit are... Disney World and Niagara Falls, Canada For dessert, I prefer... Confetti cake or brownies During the off-season, I focused on improving... My ball-handling and three-point shooting

JUNIOR PROFILES

AHJALEE HARVEY

5-6 | Guard | Junior | 2L Mountain View, Calif. (Eastside College Prep)

 Coach Terry Says: “Ahjalee has a very high basketball IQ and will be looked at as a leader on our team. She excels in the classroom and I look to see that carry over to the court. She extremely quick and uses her athleticism on both ends of the court. Not only can she score the ball, but she is a lock-down defender.”  As A Sophomore (2012-13) Served a backup role in 29 games during her sophomore campaign ... Missed five contests during the non-conference schedule recovering from a hand fracture suffered in practice in late November ... Still finished third on the team in both assists (48) and steals (29) ... Also ranked fourth on the squad with 16

My favorite WNBA team is the... Los Angeles Sparks Something I own that would surprise my friends are... High heels First web sites I look at during the day are... Facebook and YouTube My favorite food is... Grilled chicken pasta with alfredo sauce Among the things I collect are... Watches My favorite spot on campus is... Aztec Corner The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip is... My computer The song that I have queued up on my iPod is... Weak by SWV I like to psyche myself before a game by... Listening to music and reading My goal in 10 years is to be... A highly respected and sucessful entrepreneur

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three-pointers made ... Recorded at least one steal in 13 consecutive games from Dec. 30-Feb. 13 ... Logged a season-long 30 minutes, contributing eight points, six assists and three steals vs. UC Irvine (11-14-13) ... Registered a season-high 10 points, while adding four assists and two steals against Savannah State (1-2-13) ... Drilled two 3-pointers in four different games, including the Aztecs’ home win over Colorado State (2-13-13) ... Scored eight points and grabbed a collegiate-best seven rebounds to along with three steals and one block vs. UNLV (2-17-13) ...

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Dished out a career-high eight assists in the regular-season finale vs. Boise State (3-913) ... Also saw action in three games at the MW tournament and the first two rounds of the WNIT.  As A Freshman (2011-12) Appeared in 28 contests as a reserve ... Averaged just over 10 minutes an outing (10.3), which ranked second on the team among true freshmen ... Her 17 triples were third on the team and her 23 assists ranked fourth ... Her three-double figure scoring outings were the most by a SDSU freshman ... Led the Aztecs in points and assists on one occasion each ... Owned SDSU’s third-best season free-throw percentage at 78.6 and opened her collegiate career by converting on her first nine attempts ... Had a career-high seven assists in the season opener vs. UAPB ... Logged first double-figure scoring outing at Hawai’i, making five of her nine shots, including a pair of 3-pointers, to end up with 12 points ... Also had two steals vs. the Wahine ... Suffered a high ankle sprain the day before the USD game, but still managed to tally an assist and a steal ... Missed the Cal Poly, UNCG and Penn contests due to injury ... Came back against Longwood, matching her season high for minutes with 20 and contributing a season-best in points with 15 ... Shot 60 percent from the field, 50 percent from


beyond the arc and had three rebounds and three assists in that match-up ... Registered her best offensive game of conference action against New Mexico scoring 10 points, including a 3-for-3 mark at the stripe ... Contributed a trio of 3-pointers in the win vs. Wyoming ... Recorded two takeaways at TCU ... Went 4-for-4 at the free-throw line in helping to hold off New Mexico at The Pit ... Logged three assists vs. Air Force as well as Boise State, including a highlight reel behind-the-back pass to teammate Sajoyia Griffin ... Had a 3-pointer, three rebounds and a steal in 11 minutes in the Mountain West title game vs. New Mexico.

 HARVEY’S CAREER HIGHS Points 15, vs. Longwood (1-4-12) Rebounds 7, vs. UNLV (2-17-13) Assists 8, vs. Boise State (3-9-13)

 At Eastside College Prep Went to Eastside College Preparatory in East Palo Alto, Calif., where she played under head coach Donovan Blythe ... Garnered all-conference accolades on three occasions ... Was league MVP and her team’s player of the year as a senior, when she put up 17.4 points and 3.5 assists per game for the Panthers ... Named to MaxPreps all-state first team in Division V her final season ... Tabbed league co-MVP in 2010, averaging 18.9 points and 4.8 assists per outing ... Eastside won three league titles and a CIF Central Coast Section championship during her freshman year ... Was the lone guard in SDSU’s 2011 signing class ... Earned four out of five stars and was ranked as the 32nd-best point guard in the nation by ESPN HoopGurlz.

Steals 3, Three times Last: vs. New Mexico (2-27-13) Blocks 1, vs. UNLV (2-17-13) Field Goals 6, vs. Longwood (1-4-12) Field Goal Attempts 10, Two times, Last: at Air Force (1-21-12)

 AAU Played club basketball with West Coast Premier (WCP) under head coach Brian Crichlow, the same team that produced former Aztec guards Kiyana Stamps and Chelsea Hopkins ... Scored 13 points in the final to lead WCP to the overall title at the 2010 End of the Oregon Trail, earning all-tournament honors.

3-Point Field Goals 3, Two times, Last: vs. Wyoming (1-24-12) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 8, at Air Force (1-21-12)

 Personal Daughter of Andrea Daily and James Harvey ... Has three brothers and four sisters ... High school honor roll member ... Majoring in business/entrepreneurship at San Diego State.

Free Throws 4, at New Mexico (2-15-12) Free Throw Attempts 4, Two times, Last: vs. SMU (12-28-12)  MISC. CAREER STATS Double-figure scoring games: 4

HARVEY’S CAREER STATISTICS  Year 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

GP-GS 28-0 29-0 57-0

MIN-AVG 288-10.3 426-14.7 714-12.5

FG-A 25-89 38-120 63-209

PCT .281 .317 .301

3P-A 17-59 16-69 33-128

PCT .288 .232 .258

FT-A 11-14 13-20 24-34

PCT .786 .650 .705

REB 24 30 54

AVG 0.9 1.0 0.9

PF-FO 17-0 30-0 47-0

A 23 48 71

TO 40 61 101

BLK 0 1 1

STL 12 29 41

PTS 78 105 183

AVG 2.8 3.6 3.2

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GETTING TO KNOW KHRISTINA HUNTER If I could be on a TV reality show, it would be... America’s Next Top Model My favorite place I ever visited is... Catalina Island The movie I love to watch but embarrased to admit is... Hunger Games During the off-season, I focused on improving... My ball-handling and shooting

JUNIOR PROFILES

KHRISTINA HUNTER 6-1 | Forward | Junior | 2L Fairfield, Calif. (Berkeley HS)

 Coach Terry Says: “Khristina is very skilled and can play any position 3-5. She has a very good faceup game, but can also punish people on the block. She is very fundamentally sound and has a great work ethic. I see her role expanding over the next two years.”  As A Sophomore (2012-13) Appeared in 31 games, making three starts ... Led the squad with a 52.2 field-goal percentage and ranked fourth with 23 steals ... Averaged 3 . 5

My favorite WNBA player is... Former Aztec Courtney Clements Three words that my friends would use to describe me are... Free, blunt and beautiful The place I would ask my parents to take my when they come to town is... The mall Something I own that would surprise my friends is ... A car First web site I look at during the day is... SDSU Blackboard My favorite food is... Salmon Three word my friends would use to describe me are... Free, blunt, beautiful My favorite spot on campus is... Athletics Center The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip is... Food Teammate who will surprise people the most on the court this season is... Ahjalee Harvey - I believe in her talents I like to psyche myself before a game by... Listening to music

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points and 3.6 rebounds in 14.7 minutes per game ... Tallied 10 points and a personal-best four steals vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills (11-1813) ... Shot 5-for-6 from the field en route to a career-high 12 points against Fresno Pacific (12-19-13) ... Totaled eight points and three blocks vs. SMU at the San Diego Surf ‘N Slam Classic (12-28-12) ... Made her first start as an Aztec a memorable one, completing a double-double with 11 points on 5-of-5 shooting to go along with a collegiate-best 14 rebounds vs. Savannah State (1-2-13) ... Also cracked the starting lineup in consecutive road games at Colorado State (1-13-13) and UNLV (1-16-13) ... Matched her career-high with three blocks in just 10 minutes of action at Nevada (2-23-13) ...

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Handed out two assists in three different games, including the Mountain West regular-season title clincher at Air Force (3-6-13) ... Just missed out on her second double-double of the season after posting eight points and nine rebounds vs. Nevada in the first round of the MW tournament (3-14-13) ... Finished the year with eight points, one block and one steal at Brigham Young in the second round of the WNIT (3-23-13).  As A Freshman (2011-12) Played in 21 games, all off the bench ... Shot 55.9 percent from the field and 63.6 percent at the free-throw line ... Had 38 rebounds and eight blocked shots ... One of 11 different Aztecs to score in double-figures ... Led SDSU in assists and in steals in one outing apiece ... Solid collegiate debut, making two of her first three shots, while a l s o contributing five rebounds and a steal in 12 minutes against UAPB ... One assist, one steal and one rebound at Hawai’i ... Career-high in minutes with 19 at UCLA, posted six points, five rebounds and a career-high two rejections ... Helped the Aztecs rally from a second-half deficit to defeat Cal Poly, shooting 5-of-7 from the field for a season-best 12 points to go with her four rebounds ... Combined for nine rebounds in two non-conference


games vs. Penn and Longwood ... Was perfect on her only shots of the game vs. Longwood, UNCG and Boise State ... Four points at Boise State and one rebound ... Lone action at the Mountain West tournament was in the semifinals vs. Wyoming when she posted one basket, one assist and a steal in only five minutes of action ... Notched six points, four rebounds, one block and one steal in 16 minutes at LSU in the NCAA tournament.

 HUNTER’S CAREER HIGHS Points 12, Two times, Last: vs. Fresno Pacific (12-19-12) Rebounds 14, vs. Savannah State (1-2-13)

 At Berkeley High School Transferred to Berkeley High in the spring before her senior year, playing under head coach Cheryl Draper ... Yellowjackets were 31-2 overall in 2010-11, finishing as state runner-up in the Division I finals ... Was rated a three-star recruit by HoopGurlz and was ranked 60th at the forward position nationally ... As a junior at Rodriguez High in Fairfield, Calif., averaged 18.7 points per outing, highlighted by a school record of 33 points in a single game ... Picked up all-league accolades on two occasions and was named her school’s student-athlete of the month ... Set a school record twice for most points in a game ... Was a prep and club teammate of fellow junior Desi Culberson.

Assists 2, Four times, Last: at Air Force (3-6-13) Steals 4, vs. CSUDH (11-18-12) Blocks 3, Two times, Last: at Nevada (2-23-13)

 AAU Competed for the California Ballaz club team for two years under head coach Leroy Hurt.

Field Goals 5, Three times, Last: at Air Force (3-6-13)

 Personal Khristina Jordan Hunter was born in San Francisco, Calif. ... Daughter of Sheila and Darryl Hunter ... Parents are both firefighters ... Majoring in psychology at SDSU.

Field Goal Attempts 10, Two times, Last: vs. Savannah State (1-2-13) Free Throws 2, Eight times, Last: vs. Fresno Pacific (12-19-12) Free Throw Attempts 4, Four times, Last: at Colorado State (1-13-13)  MISC. CAREER STATS Double-figure scoring games: 4 Double-figure rebounding games: 2 Double-doubles: 1

HUNTER’S CAREER STATISTICS  Year 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

GP-GS 21-0 31-3 52-3

MIN-AVG 176-8.4 455-14.7 631-12.1

FG-A 19-34 47-90 66-124

PCT .559 .522 .532

3P-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000 .000

FT-A 7-11 13-35 20-46

PCT .636 .371 .435

REB 38 112 150

AVG 1.8 3.6 2.9

PF-FO 13-0 45-0 58-0

A 6 13 19

TO 10 19 29

BLK 8 18 26

STL 7 23 30

PTS 45 107 152

AVG 2.1 3.5 2.9

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ALEIAH BRANDON 6-1 | Forward | Sophomore | 1L Corona, Calif. (Centennial HS)

 2012-13 Academic All-Mountain West Team

GETTING TO KNOW ALEIAH BRANDON Three words that my friends would use to describe me are... Classy, vigilant and sweetheart My favorite place to visit is... Atlanta, Ga. The movie I love to watch but embarrased to admit is... The Parent Trap During the off-season, I focused on improving... My ball-handling and shooting My favorite WNBA player is... Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx If I could be on a TV reality show, it would be... Keeping Up With The Kardashians My favorite moment from last season is... Cutting down the nets at Viejas Arena Something I own that would surprise my friends is ... A coffee maker The first web site I look at during the day is... SDSU Blackboard Among the things I collect are... Blue jeans - I have about 50 pair My favorite cereal is... Cinnamon Toast Crunch The best thing about Viejas Arena is the... Locker room My favorite spot on campus is... Farmers market on Thursdays The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip are... My headphones What I would like the team to accomplish this season is... To advance to the Sweet 16

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 Coach Terry Says: “Aleiah has a high basketball IQ and takes an intellectual approach to the game. She has the ability to expand her role this year since she is very versatile and can play multiple positions. She is also very coachable and will be key element in our success.”  As A Freshman (2012-13) Saw action as a reserve in 17 games, averaging 6.4 minutes per contest ... Shot 61.9 percent from the floor on 13-of-21 field-goal attempts and finished with 14 rebounds, five blocked shots and two steals ... Scored her first two baskets as an Aztec vs. Fresno Pacific (12-19-13) ... Grabbed a season-best three rebounds at Colorado State (113-13) ... Connected on both shot attempts at New Mexico (1-2613) ... Logged a season-high 14 minutes at home against Air Force (2-2-13) ... Earned a spot on the Mountain West all-academic team.  At Centennial High School Played at Centennial High School in Corona, Calif., for head coach Martin Woods ... Guided Centennial to a 21-7 record her senior season, averaging 11.8 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game ... Helped the Huskies to a 20-10 record in 2010-11 as a junior, averaging 10.4 points, seven rebounds, three steals and two blocks per game ... Was a first-team all-league honoree in 2011 and was also tabbed second-team all-CIF ... Selected as an all-Big 8 Conference pick for the Huskies as a sophomore ... Named a 2011 honorable mention girls high school All-American by The Sporting News ... Was the No. 82 ranked forward nationally and received a three-star scouts grade of 85 by ESPN’s Hoopgurlz website.  AAU Played for West Coast Premier, which is the same

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club basketball team that produced current Aztec Ahjalee Harvey, as well as former SDSU guards Kiyana Stamps and Chelsea Hopkins ... Under the direction of head coach Brian Crichlow, the squad won a pair of AAU events in the summer of 2011 and claimed first place at the prestigious 2010 End of the Oregon Trail tournament.  Personal Daughter of Sharon Brandon and David Brandon, Sr. ... Father played basketball overseas in Hong Kong ... Majoring in business at San Diego State.


 BRANDON’S CAREER HIGHS Points 4, Four times, Last: vs. Boise State (3-9-13) Rebounds 3, at Colorado State (1-13-13) Steals 1, Two times Last: vs. Nevada (3-14-13) Blocks 2, vs. Fresno Pacific (12-19-12) Field Goals 2, Four times, Last: vs. Boise State (3-9-13) Field Goal Attempts 4, vs. Savannah State (1-2-13)

BRANDON’S CAREER STATISTICS  Year 2012-13 Totals

GP-GS 17-0 17-0

MIN-AVG 109-6.4 109-6.4

FG-A 13-21 13-21

PCT .619 .619

3P-A 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000

FT-A 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000

REB 14 14

AVG 0.8 0.8

PF-FO 9-0 9-0

A 0 0

TO 5 5

BLK 5 5

STL 2 2

PTS 26 26

AVG 1.5 1.5

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DEAJANAE SCURRY 6-1 | Forward | Sophomore | SQ Los Angeles, Calif. (Inglewood HS)

 Coach Terry Says: “Nae has not even begun to tap into all of her potential. She is a tremendous athlete who can jump out of the gym and has the ability to score a lot of points very quickly. She is very versatile and can play a number of positions on the court.”

GETTING TO KNOW DEAJANAE SCURRY The TV talent show I would most likely to appear on is ... American Idol - to make myself laugh for even trying My favorite place I ever visited is... Catalina Island The movie I love to watch but embarrased to admit is... Inspector Gadget During the off-season, I focused on improving... My ball-handling and shooting My favorite WNBA player is... Angel McCoughtry of the Atlanta Dream Three words that my friends would use to describe me are... Handy, thoughtful and independent The place I would ask my parents to take my when they come to town is... Coronado Island Something I own that would surprise my friends is ... A puppy First web sites I look at during the day are... SDSU Blackboard My favorite food is... Shrimp The best thing about Viejas Arena is... The floor My favorite spot on campus is... Aztec Recreation Center The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip are... My headphones My favorite class at SDSU is... Sociology The song I have queued up on my iPod is... “Cook It Up” by Migos

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 As a Redshirt Freshman (2012-13) Was voted the Mountain West Preseason Freshman of the Year ... Played in 15 games before sitting out the second semester to focus on academics ... Averaged 5.5 points and 4.0 rebounds in 15.9 minutes per contest ... Shot 47.4 percent from the floor overall, including a 64.8 percent clip (24-37) over the final seven games she appeared in ... Cracked the starting lineup in her collegiate debut, scoring eight points to go with a game-high nine rebounds at UCLA (11-10-12) ... Also earned a start in the home opener vs. UC Irvine, posting a season-best three blocks and two steals (11-14-12) ... Finished with seven rebounds and two assists against Cal State Dominguez Hills (11-18-12) ... Logged a season-long 24 minutes vs. USC, tallying 11 points, seven rebounds and an assist (11-3012) ... Came up with two huge blocks in the Aztecs’ come-from-behind victory at crosstown rival San Diego (12-8-12) ... Totaled a season-high 12 points on two occasions, including a 6-for-7 effort from the field against 14th-ranked Oklahoma State at the San Diego Surf ‘N Slam (12-30-12) ... Matched that point production in the conference opener, connecting on 6-of-9 field-goal attempts, while pulling down six rebounds vs. Fresno State (1-9-13) ... Also contributed nine points and three rebounds at UNLV (1-16-13).

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 As a Freshman (2011-12) Utilized her redshirt campaign.  At Inglewood High School Went to Inglewood High, playing basketball under head coach Tony Scott ... Team won the Ocean League her senior campaign when she averaged a double-double ... All-state underclass second team by Cal-Hi Sports as a junior, posting 11.2 points and 8.6 rebounds an outing ... Had 35 points and 15 points against Mt. Miguel in the 2010 playoffs ...


First-team all-CIF as a junior, when her squad went 30-5, won CIF and advanced to the Southern Regional Division III title game ... Was a four-star recruit and rated 31st nationally at the forward position by the HoopGurlz web site ... Was involved in her school’s student government.

 SCURRY’S CAREER HIGHS Points 12, Two times, Last: vs. Fresno State (1-9-13)

 AAU Was a member of the Cal Sparks Gold club team under coach Elbert Kinnebrew from 2007-10.

Rebounds 9, at UCLA (11-10-13)

 Personal Deajanae Scurry was born in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Daughter of Angelina Adams and Derek Scurry ... Aunt is former U.S. women’s national soccer team goalkeeper Briana Scurry ... Is pursuing a degree in economics with a minor in accounting.

Assists 2, vs. CSUDH (11-18-12) Steals 2, vs. UC Irvine (11-14-12) Blocks 3, vs. UC Irvine (11-14-12) Field Goals 6, Two times, Last: vs. Fresno State (1-9-13) Field Goal Attempts 11, vs. USC (11-30-12) 3-Point Field Goals n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 1, Two times, Last: at Colorado (11-24-12) Free Throws 2, Two times, Last: at Colorado (11-24-12) Free Throw Attempts 5, vs. USC (11-30-12)  MISC. CAREER STATS Double-figure scoring games: 3

SCURRY’S CAREER STATISTICS  Year 2012-13 Totals

GP-GS 15-2 15-2

MIN-AVG 238-15.9 238-15.9

FG-A 37-78 37-78

PCT .474 .474

3P-A 0-2 0-2

PCT .000 .000

FT-A 8-20 8-20

PCT .400 .400

REB 60 60

AVG 4.0 4.0

PF-FO 22-0 22-0

A 5 5

TO 18 18

BLK 10 10

STL 7 7

PTS 82 82

AVG 5.5 5.5

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SOPHOMORE PROFILES

DEIDRA SMITH

6-2 | Forward | Sophomore | RS Aurora, Colo. (Denver East HS/Boston College)

 Coach Terry Says: “Deidra will be be a great low-post presence in the paint. Her work ethic and determination will push her to develop into a great player. She has great hands and can finish well. She is one of our best post defenders on the team and has the ability and athleticism to really cause problems for our opponents.”

GETTING TO KNOW DEIDRA SMITH The TV talent show I would most likely to appear on is ... Dancing With The Stars - I love B-list and has-been celebrities My favorite place to visit is... Paris, France The movie I love to watch but embarrased to admit is... Steel Magnolias During the off-season, I focused on improving... My shooting My favorite WNBA team is the... Chicago Sky Three words that my friends would use to describe me are... Impulsive, curious and independent The place I would ask my parents to take my when they come to town is... Hometown Buffet Things I own that would surprise my friends are ... Pillow Pets First web site I look at during the day is... CNN Breaking News My favorite meal is... Meatloaf with mashed potatoes, gravy and greens

 At Boston College Played one season at Boston College ... Played in 29 games and started on three occasions ... Averaged 2.7 points and 1.7 rebounds ... Saw action in just over 10 minutes per outing (10.6) and ranked third on the squad in field-goal percentage with a .431 mark ... Tallied 48 rebounds on the year and scored a season-high 11 points against Wake Forest.  At Denver East High School Graduated from Denver East High School in 2011, where she played for coach Dwight Berry ... Was named both a first-team all-state and first-team all-conference honoree as a senior, averaging 14 points and seven boards a contest ... As a junior, she led the Angels to the 5A state title and was tabbed to the all-Colorado girls’ basketball team by The Denver Post and the all-conference first team ... Began her prep career at Overland High in Aurora, Colo., where she also received first-team all-league and all-city accolades ... Led the state in blocks as a sophomore ... Also competed in volleyball for two seasons.  AAU Played for Colorado Hoopsters and coach Steve Fendry in 2008-09 ... During 2009-10, competed for Lady Survivors under coach Tommy Beal and Ring City for coach Maria Harper.  Personal Deidra Smith was born in Oklahoma City, Okla. ... Daughter of Heather Murrell and Harvey Smith ... Is pursuing a criminal justice major with a minor in Africana Studies.

The best thing about Viejas Arena is... The pre-game introductions My favorite spot on campus is... Love Library The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip is... My teddy bear Among the things I collect are... Airline ticket stubs

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 SMITH’S CAREER HIGHS Points 11, at Wake Forest (1-8-12) Rebounds 4, Four times, Last: at North Carolina State (1-12-12) Assists 2, vs. Florida State (1-19-12) and at Dayton (12-4-11) Steals 3, vs. Holy Cross (12-18-111) Blocks 2, at Maryland (2-2-12) Field Goals 4, at Georgia Tech (2-19-12) and vs. Bryant (11-27-11) Field Goal Attempts 8, at Georgia Tech (2-19-12) and vs. Bryant (11-27-11) Free Throws 5, at Wake Forest (1-8-12) Free Throw Attempts 6, at Wake Forest (1-8-12)  MISC. CAREER STATS Double-figure scoring games: 1

SMITH’S CAREER STATISTICS  Year 2011-12* Totals

GP-GS 29-3 29-3

MIN-AVG 307-10.6 307-10.6

FG-A 31-72 31-72

PCT .431 .431

*at Boston College 3P-A 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000

FT-A 15-29 15-29

PCT .517 .517

REB 48 48

AVG 1.7 1.7

PF-FO 27-0 27-0

A 8 8

TO 21 21

BLK 8 8

STL 7 7

PTS 77 77

AVG 2.7 2.7

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ARIELL BOSTICK 5-4 | Guard | Freshman | HS Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS)

 Coach Terry Says: “Ariell plays BIG despite her small stature. She is a very good ball-handler and will be really good for us in transition. She knows how to run a team and get everyone where they need to be. She is very good off the dribble and will be a great defender in our system.”

GETTING TO KNOW ARIELL BOSTICK If I could be on a reality TV show, it would be ... Keeping Up With The Kardashians My favorite place to visit is... Atlanta, Ga. The movie I love to watch but embarrased to admit is... SpongeBob Squarepants Movie During the off-season, I focused on improving... My shooting and passing My favorite WNBA player is ... Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever Three words that my friends would use to describe me are... Goofy, hyper and musical The place I would ask my parents to take my when they come to town is... The mall or Chili’s Things I own that would surprise my friends are... DJ turntables

 At Bishop O’Dowd High School Played all four years for coach Malik McCord at Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland, Calif. ... Led the Dragons to a 60-6 record over the past two seasons, highlighted by a pair of CIF state championships in Division III and Open Division, respectively ... Bishop O’Dowd finished No. 2 in the nation in 2013 and was ranked seventh in 2012 ... Averaged 10.0 points, 5.0 assists and 4.7 steals as a junior ... Was rated No. 67 among point guards and received a three-star scouts grade of 85 by ESPN HoopGurlz.  AAU Was a member of the Cal Stars club team coached by Kelly Sopak.  Personal Ariell C. Bostick was born in Oakland, Calif. ... Daughter of Courtney and Greg Bostick ... Lists former NBA guard Mugsy Bogues among her favorite athletes ... Intended major is computer engineering with career plans to become a music producer.

First web site I look at during the day is... Vine My favorite meal is... Breakfast - waffles, two eggs with cheese, turkey and bacon and a side of Cream of Wheat I chose my number because... I’ve been a fan of Allen Iverson since I was younger and my birthday is also on the 3rd. My favorite class at SDSU is... Philosophy The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip is... My headphones My goal in 10 years is to be... A music producer

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CHLOE JOHNSON 5-7 | Guard | Freshman | HS Phoenix, Ariz. (St. Mary’s HS)

 2013-14 Preseason Mountain West Freshman of the Year

GETTING TO KNOW CHLOE JOHNSON If I could be on a reality TV show, it would be ... Basketball Wives My favorite place to visit is... Jamaica The movie I love to watch but embarrased to admit is... Mean Girls During the off-season, I focused on... Becoming a lockdown defender My favorite WNBA player is ... Alex Bentley of the Phoenix Mercury My favorite cereal is Cap’n Crunch Berries The place I would ask my parents to take my when they come to town is... La Jolla Cove Among the things I collect are... Tournament t-shirts from every game, tournament, city and state I ever played in First web site I look at during the day is... Instagram My favorite meal is... Diablo Shrimp Pasta from Oregano’s The best thing about Viejas Arena is... The Show My favorite class at SDSU is... Communication 103 Teammate who will surprise people the most this season is... Ahjalee Harvey - she is a quiet leader

 Coach Terry Says: “Chloe is a very physical guard who won’t back down from anyone. She has a strong mid-range game, but can also shoot the three. She is quick with the ball and always looking to push in transition.”  At St. Mary’s High School Played for Curtis Ekmark, a 2012 Naismith Coach of the Year honoree, at St. Mary’s High School, which posted an 87-3 record over the past three seasons, winning three straight Arizona Division I state championships ... Knights were also ranked No. 1 nationally in 2011-12 and ended the 2012-13 season with a No. 9 national ranking by MaxPreps. com ... Earned Division I first-team all-state honors and was a first-team all-conference selection ... Captured the 2012 Youth of the Year award from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix ... Also competed in volleyball and track as a prep, finishing eighth in the 100-meter hurdles at the Arizona state meet.  AAU Played three years with the Arizona Warriors club team under Curtis Ekmark from 2011-13 and was a member of the AZ Dynasty for head coach Jamie Williams from 2006-09.  Personal Chloe Johnson was born in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Daughter of Sonia Brown and Cleophus Johnson ... Chose SDSU over a plethora of schools during the recruiting process, including the likes of Arizona State, Utah, Oregon, Colorado, Memphis and Texas A&M ... Collects sneakers as a hobby, owning over 150 pairs ... Lists Charles Barkley as her favorite athlete ... Undecided on a major, but is considering a career path in law or journalism.

What I would like the team to accomplish this season is: Making the NCAA tournament and advancing farther than ever My goal in 10 years is to be... Living comfortably

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ALYSSA LAWRENCE 6-1 | Forward | Freshman | HS New Rochelle, N.Y. (The Ursuline School)

 Coach Terry Says: “Alyssa brings an East Coast flair to our team. She will be able to play on the wing or post up smaller guards and will add versatility to the team.”

GETTING TO KNOW ALYSSA LAWRENCE The TV talent show I would most likely to appear on is: America’s Got Talent - I like pretending I can sing My favorite place to visit is... Le Louvre in France The movie I love to watch but embarrased to admit is... Little Miss Sunshine During the off-season, I focused on... My shot My favorite WNBA player is ... Candace Parker of the L.A. Sparks

 At The Ursuline School Played all four years under head coach Beth Wooters at The Ursuline School in New Rochelle, N.Y. ... Led her squad to the conference co-championship ... Earned all-league honors and was an all-section pick ... Was rated No. 106 among guards and received a threestar scouts grade of 86 by ESPN HoopGurlz ... Also competed in track and field during her prep career.

Three words that my friends would use to describe me are... Laid-back, reserved, modest The place I would ask my parents to take my when they come to town is... Fashion Valley Something I own that would surprise my friends is a... Guitar First web site I look at during the day is... Google My favorite meal is... Eggs Benedict and Belgian waffles My favorite thing about Viejas Arena is... When the lights go off during pre-game introductions My favorite spot on campus is West Commons The one thing I never forget to bring on a road trip is... My iPod The teammate who will surprise people the most this season is... Ariell Bostick - She has great court vision despite her height

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 AAU Was a three-year competitor for Ring City and head coach Walter Welsh ... Also played for the New Jersey Sparks under head coach Keith Gilchrist.  Personal Alyssa Lawrence was born in Dunkirk, France ... Daughter of Arlene and Larry Lawrence ... Father played college basketball at Dartmouth, serving as team captain for two years, before enjoying a long career at the professional level in France ... Chose San Diego State over the likes of Pittsburgh, Villanova, Seton Hall, St. Joseph’s and Stetson ... Plays the guitar and upright bass ... Enjoys painting, drawing and writing ... Lists L.A. Sparks forward Candace Parker as her favorite athlete ... Is interested in pursuing a degree in psychology at SDSU.


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2013-14 OPPONENTS SACRAMENTO STATE Nov. 10, 2013 | 2 p.m. PT The Nest

Bunky Harkleroad

USC Nov. 13, 2013 | 4 p.m. PT Galen Center

Alle Moreno

Cynthia Cooper-Dyke

Cassie Harberts

SAN DIEGO Nov. 18, 2013 | 6 p.m. PT Viejas Arena

Cindy Fisher

Amy Kame

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Sacramento, Calif. Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 29,000 Nickname: Hornets Colors: Green & Gold Conference: Big Sky President: Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletic Director: Dr. Terry Wanless Arena (Capacity): The Nest (1,000) Press Row Phone: (916) 278-7531

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Founded: 1880 Enrollment: 33,000 Nickname: Women of Troy Colors: Cardinal & Gold Conference: Pac-12 President: C.L. Max Nikias Athletic Director: Pat Haden Arena (Capacity): Galen Center (10,258) Press Row Phone: (213) 740-3900

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: San Diego, Calif. Founded: 1949 Enrollment: 7,800 Nickname: Toreros Colors: Torero Blue, Navy & White Conference: West Coast President: Dr. Mary E. Lyons Athletic Director: Ky Snyder Arena (Capacity): Jenny Craig Pavilion (5,100) Press Row Phone: (619) 767-3928

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Andrew Tomsky Office Phone: (916) 278-6896 Cell Phone: n/a E-Mail: tomsky@csus.edu Web Site: www.hornetsports.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Darcy Couch Office Phone: (213) 740-3808 Cell Phone: (213) 725-7447 E-Mail: dcouch@usc.edu Web Site: www.usctrojans.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Chris Loucks Office Phone: (619) 260-7930 Cell Phone: (619) 954-72825 E-Mail: cloucks@sandiego.edu Web Site: www.usdtoreros.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Bunky Harkleroad Alma Mater: Berea College, 1993 Record at SSU: First Year Overall Record: 258-123/13 Assistant Coaches: Kim Stephens, Bill Baxter

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Cynthia Cooper-Dyke Alma Mater: USC, 1986 Record at USC: First Year Overall Record/Yrs.: 150-96/8 Associate Head Coach: Brandy Manning Assistant Coaches: Jualeah Woods, Evan Unrau

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Cindy Fisher Alma Mater: Arizona State, 1988 Record at USD/Yrs.: 140-101/8 Overall Record/Yrs.: 201-182/13 Assistant Coaches: Mary Ann Falcosky, Niecee Nelson, Ashley Ford

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 11-20 Conference Record/Finish: 7-11/7th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/1 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Series Record: USC leads, 26-6 at SDSU: USC leads, 8-4 at USC: USC leads, 18-2 Neutral: 0-0 First Meeting: 1/21/77 Last Meeting: 11/30/12 Current Streak: SDSU won 1

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 22-10 Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/T-2nd Postseason Play: WNIT-Second Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Series Record: SDSU leads, 28-8 at SDSU: SDSU leads, 19-4 at USD: SDSU leads, 9-4 Neutral: 0-0 First Meeting: 2/28/78 Last Meeting: 12/8/12 Current Streak: SDSU won 1

Series Notes The Aztecs will be looking for their second straight victory over the Women of Troy after playing perhaps their most complete game of the year in an 80-46 conquest at Viejas Arena last season ... SDSU will be making just its second-ever appearance at the Galen Center after dropping a 74-64 decision in 2010.

Series Notes SDSU has claimed four of the last six encounters, including a 58-54 thriller at Jenny Craig Pavilion a year ago ... The contest was just the fourth in the last 11 meetings to feature a winning margin of five points or less ... The other seven have been decided by an average of over 17 points, with each team posting a victory of more than 25 points.

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 19-12 Conference Record/Finish: 13-7/5th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: SDSU leads, 3-0 at SDSU: SDSU leads, 2-0 at SSU: SDSU leads, 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 First Meeting: 12/16/01 Last Meeting: 12/28/08 Current Streak: SDSU won 3 Series Notes SDSU will play its season-opener on the road for the seventh time in the last 10 years when it tangles with Sacramento State ... The two teams have not met since the Aztecs posted a 75-47 victory at the San Diego Surf ‘N Slam in 2008 ... SDSU has visited the state capital just once before, posting a 77-68 triumph in 2003 ... The Aztecs are 5-5 in their last 10 season-openers.

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2013-14 OPPONENTS SOUTH CAROLINA Nov. 23, 2013 | 1 p.m. PT Viejas Arena

Dawn Staley

Aleighsa Welch

UC SANTA BARBARA Nov. 30, 2013 | 2 p.m. PT The Thunderdome

Carlene Mitchell

Nicole Nesbit

TEXAS A&M Dec. 3, 2013 | 7 p.m. CT Reed Arena

Gary Blair

Courtney Williams

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Columbia, S.C. Founded: 1801 Enrollment: 30,721 Nickname: Gamecocks Colors: Garnet & Black Conference: Southeastern President: Dr. Harris Pastides Athletic Director: Ray Tanner Arena (Capacity): Colonial Life Arena (18,000) Press Row Phone: (803) 777-6182

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Santa Barbara, Calif. Founded: 1944 Enrollment: 21,685 Nickname: Gauchos Colors: Blue & Gold Conference: Big West Chancellor: Dr. Henry T. Yang Athletic Director: Mark Massari Arena (Capacity): The Thunderdome (6,000) Press Row Phone: (805) 893-4361

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: College Station, Texas Founded: 1872 Enrollment: 50,054 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Maroon & White Conference: Southeastern Conference President: Dr. R. Bowen Loftin Athletic Director: Eric Hyman Arena (Capacity): Reed Arena (12,989) Press Row Phone: (979) 862-6944

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Diana Koval Office Phone: (803) 777-7977 Cell Phone: (314) 369-6050 E-Mail: dkoval@mailbox.sc.edu Web Site: www.gamecocksonline.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Mitchell Clements Office Phone: (805) 893-8603 Cell Phone: n/a E-Mail: mitchell.clements@athletics.ucsb.edu Web Site: www.ucsbgauchos.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: David Waxman Office Phone: (979) 845-5725 Cell Phone: (832) 326-2863 E-Mail: dwaxman@athletics.edu Web Site: www.aggieathletics.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Dawn Staley Alma Mater: Virginia, 1992 Record at SC/Yrs.: 92-66/5 Overall Record/Yrs.: 264-146/13 Associate Head Coach: Lisa Boyer Assistant Coaches: Nikki McCray, Darius Taylor

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Carlene Mitchell Alma Mater: Kansas State, 1996 Record at UCSB/Yrs.: 33-33/2 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same Assistant Coaches: Heather Zurich, Natalie Jarrett

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Gary Blair Alma Mater: Texas Tech, 1972 Record at TAMU/Yrs.: 237-100/10 Overall Record/Yrs.: 645-263/28 Associate Head Coach: Kelly Bond-White Assistant Coaches: Bob Starkey, Amy Wright

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 25-8 Conference Record/Finish: 11-5/T-4th Postseason Play: NCAA Tournament-Second Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Series Record: SC leads, 1-0 at SDSU: N/A at SC: N/A Neutral: SC leads, 1-0 First Meeting: 11/28/09 Last Meeting: 11/23/13 Current Streak: SC won 1 Series Notes South Carolina dealt the Aztecs a 58-55 defeat in the only previous meeting between the two schools on Nov. 28, 2009, at the U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam ... SDSU entered the contest with a No. 23 AP ranking, but committed 20 turnovers in the upset loss ... The Aztecs are 6-8 all-time against current members of the Southeastern Conference.

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 16-17 Conference Record/Finish: 11-7/4th Postseason Play: WNIT-First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/3 Series Record: SDSU leads, 15-6 at SDSU: SDSU leads, 9-2 at UCSB: SDSU leads, 5-4 Neutral: SDSU leads, 1-0 First Meeting: 2/17/77 Last Meeting: 3/20/13 Current Streak: SDSU won 1 Series Notes The Aztecs will face the Gauchos for the second year in a row after posting a 69-46 victory at Viejas Arena during the first round of the WNIT last spring ... SDSU will be making its first trip to The Thunderdome since 1999, when UCSB notched a 78-50 triumph ... The Aztecs amassed the second-highest point total in program history with a 122-62 rout of the Gauchos back in 1984.

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 25-10 Conference Record/Finish: 11-5/T-4th Postseason Play: NCAA Tournament-Second Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Series Record: TAMU leads, 3-0 at SDSU: TAMU leads, 2-0 at TAMU: 0-0 Neutral: TAMU leads, 1-0 First Meeting: 12/20/92 Last Meeting: 12/30/10 Current Streak: TAMU won 3 Series Notes SDSU travels to College Station, Texas, for the first time ever to face an Aggie program that won the national championship in 2011 ... The Aztecs will be making their first trip to the Lone Star State since February 2012 when they fell to TCU in Fort Worth ... SDSU last played two SEC teams in the same season back in 2009-10 (South Carolina and Auburn).

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2013-14 OPPONENTS UCLA Dec. 15, 2013 | 2 p.m. PT Viejas Arena

Cori Close

MIAMI (Ohio) Dec. 19, 2013 | 6 p.m. PT Viejas Arena

Atonye Nyingifa

Cleve Wright

Hannah Roberts

UC RIVERSIDE Dec. 28 2013 | 2 p.m. PT Viejas Arena | San Diego Surf ‘N Slam

John Margaritis

Brittany Crain

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Founded: 1919 Enrollment: 39,500 Nickname: Bruins Colors: Blue & Gold Conference: Pac-12 Chancellor: Dr. Gene L. Brock Athletic Director: Dan Guerrero Arena (Capacity): Pauley Pavilion (13,800) Press Row Phone: (310) 825-1899

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Oxford, Ohio Founded: 1809 Enrollment: 16,000 Nickname: RedHawks Colors: Red & White Conference: Mid-American President: Dr. David C. Hodge Athletic Director: David Sayler Arena (Capacity): Millett Hall (5,100) Press Row Phone: (513) 529-7276

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Riverside, Calif. Founded: 1954 Enrollment: 20,500 Nickname: Highlanders Colors: Blue & Gold Conference: Big West Chancellor: Kim Wilcox Interim Athletic Director: Jim Wooldridge Arena (Capacity): SRC Arena (2,750) Press Row Phone: (951) 827-2153

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Ryan Finney Office Phone: (310) 206-4701 Cell Phone: (424) 832-0676 E-Mail: rfinney@athletics.ucla.edu Web Site: www.uclabruins.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Michael Roth Office Phone: (513) 529-7092 Cell Phone: (513) 330-0023 E-Mail: rothmb@miamioh.edu Web Site: www.muredhawks.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Lauren Kane Office Phone: (951) 827-4571 Cell Phone: (916) 761-1139 E-Mail: lauren.kane@ucr.edu Web Site: www.gohighlanders.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Cori Close Alma Mater: UC Santa Barbara, 1993 Record at UCLA/Yrs.: 40-24/2 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same Assistant Coaches: Jenny Huth, Tony Newman, Shannon Perry

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Cleve Wright Alma Mater: Berea College, 1989 Record at Miami: First Year Overall Record/Yrs.: 233-100/11 Assistant Coaches: Colleen Day, Rachel Folcik, Patrick Henry

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: John Margaritis Alma Mater: Northeastern Illinois, 1982 Record at UCR/Yrs.: 138-138/9 Overall Record/Yrs.: 248-218/15 Assistant Coaches: Carter Shaw, Seyram Gbewonyo, Giuliana Mendiola

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 26-8 Conference Record/Finish: 14-4/7th Postseason Play: NCAA Tournament-Second Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 84 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Series Record: UCLA leads, 22-6 at SDSU: UCLA leads, 9-4 at UCLA: UCLA leads, 12-2 Neutral: UCLA leads, 1-0 First Meeting: 1/25/77 Last Meeting: 11/10/12 Current Streak: UCLA won 5

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 19-13 Conference Record/Finish: 10-6/6th Postseason Play: WNIT-First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: 0-0 First Meeting: 12/19/13 Last Meeting: n/a Current Streak: n/a

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 11-18 Conference Record/Finish: 4-14/10th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: SDSU leads, 4-2 at SDSU: SDSU leads, 2-1 at UCR: SDSU leads, 2-1 First Meeting: 12/20/83 Last Meeting: 12/4/09 Current Streak: SDSU won 2

Series Notes The Aztecs will square off against the Bruins for the fourth straight year after the series went on hiatus from 2000-09 ... UCLA is the third and final repeat opponent on SDSU’s non-conference slate this season ... The Aztecs will be looking to snap a five-game skid vs. the Bruins dating back to 1999 ... SDSU last defeated UCLA in December of 1992.

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Series Notes This is the first matchup between the two schools ... The Aztecs are 4-3 all-time vs. teams from the Mid-American Conference ... SDSU was triumphant in its last outing against a MAC opponent after dispatching Western Michigan, 7772, in the consolation game of the 2007 San Diego Surf ‘N Slam ... Miami has faced two foes in its history that were MW members at game time, claiming a 66-56 triumph at Air Force in 2008, before posting a 62-49 victory over Nevada at the Caribbean Classic in Cancun, Mexico, in 2012.

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Series Notes The Aztecs play the Highlanders for the first time since capturing both games of a home-and-home series in 2008 and 2009 ... Despite their relative proximity, the two schools have only met on six occasions since 1983 ... SDSU averaged 93 points in its first two encounters vs. UCR (1983, 1990), but has been limited a 59.8 scoring average in the last four outings.


2013-14 OPPONENTS KANSAS STATE* Dec. 30, 2013 | 3:30 or 6 p.m. PT Viejas Arena | San Diego Surf ‘N Slam

Deb Patterson

Haley Texada

NORTH CAROLINA STATE* Dec. 30, 2013 | 3:30 or 6 p.m. PT Viejas Arena | San Diego Surf ‘N Slam

Wes Moore

Kody Burke

COLORADO STATE Jan. 2, 2014 | 7 p.m. PT | Viejas Arena Feb. 1, 2014 | 2 p.m. MT | Moby Arena

Ryun Williams

Sam Martin

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Manhattan, Kan. Founded: 1863 Enrollment: 24,378 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Purple, Silver & White Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Kirk Schulz Athletic Director: John Currie Arena (Capacity): Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) Press Row Phone: (785) 539-3423

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Raleigh, N.C. Founded: 1887 Enrollment: 34,340 Nickname: Wolfpack Colors: Red & White Conference: Atlantic Coast Chancellor: Dr. Randy Woodson Athletic Director: Dr. Deborah Yow Arena (Capacity): Reynolds Coliseum (8,560) Press Row Phone: (919) 513-1220

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Fort Collins, Colo. Founded: 1870 Enrollment: 26,348 Nickname: Rams Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Anthony A. Frank Athletic Director: Jack Graham Arena (Capacity): Moby Arena (8,745) Press Row Phone: (970) 491-3891

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Randy Peterson Office Phone: (785) 532-6735 Cell Phone: (785) 587-7769 E-Mail: rpeterson@kstatesports.com Web Site: www.kstatesports.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Brett Compton Office Phone: (919) 515-1183 Cell Phone: (919) 740-8714 E-Mail: bacompto@ncsu.edu Web Site: www.gopack.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Danielle Marshall Office Phone: (970) 491-6494 Cell Phone: (970) 980-7353 E-Mail: danielle.marshall@colostate.edu Web Site: www.csurams.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Deb Patterson Alma Mater: Rockford College, 1979 Record at KSU/Yrs.: 339-207/17 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same Associate Head Coach: Kamie Ethridge Assistant Coaches: Kelly Moylan, Shatee Lehning, Claire Coggins

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Wes Moore Alma Mater: Johnson Bible College, 1984 Record at NCSU: First Year Overall Record/Yrs.: Same Associate Head Coach: Nikki West Assistant Coaches: Gene Hill, Lindsay Edmunds

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Ryun Williams Alma Mater: South Dakota, 1992 Record at CSU/Yrs.: 11-19/1 Overall Record/Yrs.: 222-209/20 Assistant Coaches: Chad Lavin, Tim Moser, Mandy Koupal

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 17-17 Conference Record/Finish: 7-11/7th Postseason Play: WNIT Second Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Series Record: First Meeting*

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 11-19 Conference Record/Finish: 7-9/6th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: SDSU leads, 27-18 at SDSU: SDSU leads, 16-5 at CSU: CSU leads, 11-10 Neutral: CSU leads 2-1 First Meeting: 2/28/91 Last Meeting: 2/13/13 Current Streak: SDSU won 2

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 19-18 Conference Record/Finish: 5-13/8th Postseason Play: WNIT Semifinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: KSU leads, 2-1 at SDSU: SDSU leads, 1-0 at KSU: KSU leads, 1-0 Neutral: KSU leads, 1-0 First Meeting: 12/7/90 Last Meeting: 12/5/98 Current Streak: KSU won 1 *Potential opponent in the championship/consolation game at the San Diego Surf ‘N Slam Series Notes The two sides have not played one another since 1998, when the Aztecs dropped a 77-56 decision on the road.

*Potential opponent in the championship/consolation game at the San Diego Surf ‘N Slam. Series Notes This would be the first meeting between the two schools ... The Aztecs are 3-9 all-time against current members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Series Notes The Aztecs will tip off their MW schedule at home for the fourth year in a row and will lock horns with the Rams in a conference opener for the first time since the 2005-06 campaign.

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2013-14 OPPONENTS BOISE STATE Jan. 8, 2014 | 7 p.m. MT | Taco Bell Arena Feb. 5, 2014 | 6 p.m. PT | Viejas Arena

Gordy Presnell

AIR FORCE Jan. 11, 2014 | 2 p.m. PT | Viejas Arena Feb. 15, 2014 | 2 p.m. MT | Clune Arena

Brandi Henton

Andrea Williams

Cherae Medina

FRESNO STATE Jan. 15, 2014 | 7 p.m. PT | Save Mart Center March 1, 2014 | 2 p.m. PT | Viejas Arena

Raegan Pebley

Taylor Thompson

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Boise, Idaho Founded: 1932 Enrollment: 22,678 Nickname: Broncos Colors: Royal Blue and Orange Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Robert W. Kustra Athletic Director: Mark Coyle Arena (Capacity): Taco Bell Arena (12,400) Press Row Phone: (208) 426-1503

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo. Founded: 1954 Enrollment: 4,000 Nickname: Falcons Colors: Blue and Silver Conference: Mountain West Superintendent: Lt. Gen. Michael C. Gould Athletic Director: Dr. Hans Mueh Arena (Capacity): Clune Arena (5,858) Press Row Phone: (719) 333-6467

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Fresno, Calif. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 21,389 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Red & Blue Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. John Welty Athletic Director: Thomas Boeh Arena (Capacity): Save Mart Center (15,596) Press Row Phone: (559) 347-3699

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Doug Link Office Phone: (208) 426-1027 Cell Phone: (208) 861-2796 E-Mail: dlink@boisestate.edu Web Site: www.broncosports.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Melissa McKeown Office Phone: (719) 333-9025 Cell Phone: (719) 331-8321 E-Mail: melissa.mckeown@usafa.edu Web Site: www.goairforcefalcons.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Jason Clay Office Phone: (559) 278-6577 Cell Phone: (559) 287-3304 E-Mail: jaclay@csufresno.edu Web Site: www.gobulldogs.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Gordy Presnell Alma Mater: Northwest Nazarene, 1983 Record at BSU/Yrs.: 136-113/8 Overall Record/Yrs.: 532-240/26 Assistant Coaches: Heather Sower, Ben Finkbeiner, Cody Butler

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Andrea Williams Alma Mater: Edinboro, 1994 Record at AFA/Yrs.: 19-72/3 Overall Record/Yrs.: 31-105/5 Associate Head Coach: Pat Filien Assistant Coaches: Stephanie Schueler, Kelly Rotan Military Coach: Capt. Katie Jannazo

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Raegan Pebley Alma Mater: Colorado, 1997 Record at FS/Yrs.: 24-9/1 Overall Record/Yrs.: 134-164/10 Assistant Coaches: Hannah Howard, Danyelle Snelgro, Ron Stewart

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 11-19 Conference Record/Finish: 4-12/7th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: SDSU leads, 5-0 At SDSU: SDSU leads, 3-0 At BSU: SDSU leads, 2-0 Neutral: 0-0 First Meeting: 12/20/05 Last Meeting: 3/9/13 Current Streak: SDSU won 5 Series Notes The Aztecs have never lost to the Broncos, winning the five previous encounters by an average of 19 points (66.2-47.2) ... San Diego State’s 86-45 triumph at Viejas Arena in 2013 marked the fifth time last year in which the Scarlet and Black broke the 80-point barrier after reaching that plateau on just six occasions over the previous four seasons combined.

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TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 4-26 Conference Record/Finish: 3-13/8th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Series Record: SDSU leads, 27-6 At SDSU: SDSU leads, 14-2 At AFA: SDSU leads, 12-4 Neutral: SDSU leads, 1-0 First Meeting: 1/11/97 Last Meeting: 3/6/13 Current Streak: SDSU won 6 Series Notes The Aztecs have won six in a row in the series, including a 7355 triumph on the road last year when SDSU clinched its second straight MW regular-season title ... AFA has scored over 70 points just three times (2000, 2002, 2006) in 33 all-time meetings vs. the Aztecs, posting a 2-1 mark in those contests.

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TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 24-9 Conference Record/Finish: 13-3/2nd Postseason Play: NCAA Tournament-First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: SDSU leads, 24-12 at SDSU: SDSU Leads, 12-4 at FS: SDSU Leads, 8-7 Neutral: SDSU leads 4-1 First Meeting: 1/13/77 Last Meeting: 3/16/13 Current Streak: FS won 1 Series Notes The road team came away with the victory in both regular-season games a year ago ... However, SDSU looks to exact a measure of revenge after the Bulldogs dealt the Aztecs a 76-70 defeat in the Mountain West Championship final, ultimately robbing the Scarlet and Black of an NCAA tournament berth.


2013-14 OPPONENTS UNLV Jan. 18, 2014 | 2 p.m. PT | Cox Pavilion March 4, 2014 | 6 p.m. PT | Viejas Arena

SAN JOSÉ STATE Jan. 22, 2014 | 6 p.m. PT | Viejas Arena Feb. 26, 2014 | 7 p.m. PT | The Event Centerr

Kathy Olivier

Jamie Craighead

Mia Bell

Ta’Rea Cunnigan

UTAH STATE Jan. 25, 2014 | 2 p.m. PT | Viejas Arena Feb. 19, 2014 | 7 p.m. MT | Dee Glen Smith Spectrum

Jerry Finkbeiner

Jennifer Schott

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Las Vegas, Nev. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 27,500 Nickname: Lady Rebels Colors: Scarlet and Gray Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Neal J. Smatresk Interim Athletic Director: Tina Kunzer-Murphy Arena (Capacity): Cox Pavilion (2,500) Press Row Phone: (702) 895-3151

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: San José, Calif. Founded: 1857 Enrollment: 27,596 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Gold, White and Blue Conference: Mountain West President: Mohammad Qayoumi Athletic Director: Gene Bleymeier Arena (Capacity): The Event Center (5,000) Press Row Phone: (408) 924-6470

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Logan, Utah Founded: 1888 Enrollment: 28,994 Nickname: Aggies Colors: Navy Blue, White and Pewter Gray Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Stan L. Albrecht Athletic Director: Scott Barnes Arena (Capacity): Dee Glen Smith Spectrum (10,270) Press Row Phone: (435) 797-3443

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Mark Wasik Office Phone: (702) 895-3208 Cell Phone: (702) 528-0289 E-Mail: mark.wasik@unlv.edu Web Site: www.unlvrebels.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Richard Stern Office Phone: (408) 924-1208 Cell Phone: (408) 318-8111 E-Mail: richard.stern@sjsu.edu Web Site: www.sjsuspartans.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Kara Fisher Office Phone: (435) 797-1361 Cell Phone: (435) 757-8184 E-Mail: kara.irving@usu.edu Web Site: www.utahstateaggies.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Kathy Olivier Alma Mater: UNLV, 1982 Record at UNLV/Yrs.: 72-85/5 Overall Record/Yrs.: 304-293/20 Associate Head Coach: Caitlin Collier Assistant Coaches: Nikki Blue, Kalee Whipple

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jamie Craighead Alma Mater: Oregon, 2002 Record at SJSU: 0-0 Overall Record/Yrs.: 51-71/4 Assistant Coaches: Jourdan Willard, Tony Giannote, Debbie Cadotte

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner Alma Mater: Southern Nazarene, 1980 Record at USU/Yrs.: 18-14/1 Overall Record/Yrs.: 492-256/25 Assistant Coaches: Stu Sells, Robert Donaldson, Micha Thompson

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 12-19 Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/T-4th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/1 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/1 Series Record: SDSU leads, 25-22 at SDSU: SDSU leads, 15-7 at UNLV: UNLV leads, 15-10 Neutral: 0-0 First Meeting: 2/2/79 Last Meeting: 2/17/13 Current Streak: SDSU won 6

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 11-19 Conference Record/Finish: 8-10/T-6th (WAC) Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/1 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 Series Record: SDSU leads, 16-4 At SDSU: SDSU leads, 8-1 At SJSU: SDSU leads, 7-1 Neutral: SJSU leads, 2-1 First Meeting: 12/3/77 Last Meeting: 12/6/01 Current Streak: SJSU won 2

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 18-14 Conference Record/Finish: 14-4/2nd (WAC) Postseason Play: WBI-First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Series Record: SDSU leads, 3-0 At SDSU: SDSU leads, 2-0 At USU: SDSU leads, 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 First Meeting: 12/5/80 Last Meeting: 12/16/83 Current Streak: SDSU won 3

Series Notes The Aztecs have won six straight against the Lady Rebels to take a 25-22 lead in the all-time series ... SDSU assistant coach Aisha Veasley played collegiately at UCLA from 1994-98 under head coach Kathy Olivier, who assumed the reins of the UNLV program in 2008.

Series Notes San Diego State and San José State will square off as conference rivals for the first time since 1999 when the two schools were members of the WAC ... The Aztecs and Spartans were also affiliated together in the Big West from 1987-90 ... SJSU has captured two straight against SDSU in 2000 and 2001 after dropping 16 of the first 18 meetings.

Series Notes The Aztecs set a school record for points scored in a single game after routing the Aggies,132-64, in the last meeting between the two squads way back in 1983 ... Utah State did not field a women’s basketball team from 1987-2003 ... The Aggies were previously affiliated with the Big West (200305) and WAC (2005-13) before joining the MW this season.

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2013-14 OPPONENTS NEVADA Feb. 8, 2014 | 2 p.m. PT Lawlor Events Center

Jane Albright

Danika Sharp

WYOMING Feb. 12, 2014 | 6 p.m. PT Viejas Arena

Joe Legerski

Kayla Woodward

NEW MEXICO Feb. 22, 2014 | 2 p.m. PT | Viejas Arena March 7, 2014 | 7 p.m. MT | The Pit

Yvonne Sanchez

Deeva Vaughn

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Reno, Nev. Founded: 1896 Enrollment: 18,000 Nickname: Wolf Pack Colors: Navy Blue & Silver Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Marc Johnson Athletic Director: Doug Knuth Arena (Capacity): Lawlor Events Center (11,536) Press Row Phone: (775) 784-4404

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Laramie, Wyo. Founded: 1886 Enrollment: 13,476 Nickname: Cowgirls Colors: Brown and Gold Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Tom Buchanan Athletic Director: Tom Burman Arena (Capacity): Arena-Auditorium (15,028) Press Row Phone: (307) 766-2222

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Albuquerque, N.M. Founded: 1896 Enrollment: 27,278 Nickname: Lobos Colors: Cherry and Silver Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Robert Frank Vice President for Athletics: Paul Krebs Arena (Capacity): The Pit/Bob King Court (17,126) Press Row Phone: (505) 925-5770

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Darron Pinkney Office Phone: (775) 682-6963 Cell Phone: (909) 503-3799 E-Mail: dpinkney@unr.edu Web Site: www.nevadawolfpack.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Amy Dambro Office Phone: (307) 766-2269 Cell Phone: (307) 760-1736 E-Mail: montross@uwyo.edu Web Site: www.gowyo.com

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB Contact: Matt Ensor Office Phone: (505) 925-5520 Cell Phone: (541) 513-6627 E-Mail: mensor@unm.edu Web Site: www.golobos.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jane Albright Alma Mater: Appalachian State, 1977 Record at Nevada/Yrs.: 72-87/5 Overall Record/Yrs.: 469-399/28 Associate Head Coach: Camille Williams Assistant Coaches: Kami Malnaa, Jacie Capra

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Joe Legerski Alma Mater: Wyoming, 1979 Record at UW/Yrs.: 220-123/10 Overall Record: Same Associate Head Coach: Gerald Mattinson Assistant Coaches: Katie Kern, Mike Petrino

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Yvonne Sanchez Alma Mater: U.S. International, 1989 Record at UNM/Yrs.: 28-34/2 Overall Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Joseph Anders, Anthony Turner, Edwina Brown

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 8-23 Conference Record/Finish: 2-14/9th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Series Record: SDSU leads, 6-3 at SDSU: SDSU leads, 3-1 at Nevada: Series tied, 2-2 Neutral: SDSU leads 1-0 First Meeting: 1/24/84 Last Meeting: 3/14/13 Current Streak: SDSU won 3

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 24-8 Conference Record/Finish: 12-4/3rd Postseason Play: WNIT-First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Series Record: UW leads, 24-23 At SDSU: SDSU leads, 13-8 At UW: UW leads, 15-6 Neutral: SDSU leads, 4-1 First Meeting: 2/2/91 Last Meeting: 2/20/13 Current Streak: SDSU won 5

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Record: 17-14 Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/T-4th Postseason Play: N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Series Record: UNM leads, 27-24 at SDSU: Series tied, 10-10 at UNM: UNM leads, 11-10 Neutral: UNM leads 6-4 First Meeting: 1/18/92 Last Meeting: 3/15/13 Current Streak: SDSU won 6

Series Notes The Aztecs will battle the Wolf Pack just once this season after the Mountain West expanded its conference schedule to 18 games with the addition of San JosĂŠ State and Utah State ... SDSU swept all three meetings last season, including a 67-39 triumph in the first round of the MW tournament.

Series Notes Like Nevada, the Aztecs will meet the Cowgirls on just one occasion this season ... SDSU has captured two straight and four of the last five at Viejas Arena, including a 66-43 victory a year ago ... The winning side has surpassed 70 points just three times in the last 21 meetings, dating back to the 2004-05 campaign.

Series Notes The Aztecs have captured six straight against the Lobos and 11 of the last 13 after dropping 19 in a row from 2001-09 ... SDSU has faced UNM more than any school in league tournament play, posting a 5-6 mark all-time, including a 67-39 triumph in the MW semifinals a year ago ... Lobo head coach Yvonne Sanchez served as an assistant with the Aztecs in 2000.

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2013-14 MW SCHEDULE Wednesday, January 1 Air Force at Utah State Fresno State at UNLV San José State at Nevada Thursday, January 2 Colorado State at San Diego State Saturday, January 4 Boise State at Fresno State Nevada at Wyoming Utah State at San José State UNLV at Air Force Sunday, January 5 New Mexico at Colorado State Wednesday, January 8 San Diego State at Boise State Fresno State at Air Force San José State at Colorado State UNLV at Nevada Wyoming at New Mexico Saturday, January 11 Air Force at San Diego State Boise State at Wyoming Colorado State at Fresno State Nevada at Utah State San José State at New Mexico Wednesday, January 15 San Diego State at Fresno State Air Force at San José State Nevada at Boise State New Mexico at UNLV Utah State at Colorado State

Saturday, January 18 San Diego State at UNLV Boise State at Utah State Colorado State at Air Force Fresno State at New Mexico Wyoming at San José State

Wednesday, February 5 Boise State at San Diego State Air Force at Fresno State Colorado State at UNLV New Mexico at Wyoming Utah State at Nevada

Saturday, February 22 New Mexico at San Diego State Air Force at Nevada Boise State at UNLV Colorado State at Wyoming Utah State at Fresno State

Wednesday, January 22 San José State at San Diego State Air Force at Wyoming Fresno State at Nevada New Mexico at Boise State UNLV at Utah State

Saturday, February 8 San Diego State at Nevada Air Force at Colorado State Fresno State at San José State UNLV at Wyoming Utah State at Boise State

Wednesday, February 26 San Diego State at San José State Fresno State at Boise State New Mexico at Utah State UNLV at Colorado State Wyoming at Air Force

Saturday, January 25 Utah State at San Diego State Boise State at San José State Colorado State at New Mexico New Mexico at Boise State Wyoming at Nevada

Wednesday, February 12 Wyoming at San Diego State Boise State at New Mexico Colorado State at Utah State Nevada at Fresno State San José State at Air Force

Saturday, March 1 Fresno State at San Diego State Air Force at UNLV Nevada at New Mexico San José State at Utah State Wyoming at Boise State

Wednesday, January 29 Boise State at Air Force Fresno State at Wyoming Nevada at Colorado State Utah State at New Mexico San José State at UNLV

Saturday, February 15 San Diego State at Air Force Fresno State at Colorado State Nevada at New Mexico San José State at Wyoming Utah State at UNLV

Tuesday, March 4 UNLV at San Diego State Boise State at Nevada Colorado State at San José State New Mexico at Air Force Utah State at Wyoming

Saturday, February 1 San Diego State at Colorado State Nevada at Air Force New Mexico at San José State UNLV at Boise State Wyoming at Utah State

Wednesday, February 19 San Diego State at Utah State Colorado State at Boise State Nevada at San José State UNLV at New Mexico Wyoming at Fresno State

Friday, March 7 San Diego State at New Mexico Air Force at Boise State Nevada at UNLV San José State at Fresno State Wyoming at Colorado State

2013 SAN DIEGO SURF ‘N SLAM PRESENTED BY BASKETBALL TRAVELERS, INC.

Schedule subject to change

2014 REESE’S MOUNTAIN WEST WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif. | Dec. 28 & 30, 2013

Thomas & Mack Center | Las Vegas, Nev. | March 10-15, 2014

Tournament Schedule (All times Pacific)

Tournament Schedule (All times Pacific)

December 28 UC Riverside at San Diego State - 2 p.m. Kansas State vs. North Carolina State - 4:30 p.m.

March 10 Game 1 - No. 9 seed vs. No. 8 seed - 2 p.m. Game 2 - No. 10 seed vs. No. 7 seed - 4:30 p.m. Game 3 - No. 11 seed vs. No. 6 seed - 7 p.m.

December 30 Kansas State/North Carolina State at San Diego State - 3:30 p.m. Kansas State/North Carolina State vs. UC Riverside - 6 p.m.

San Diego Surf ‘N Slam Tournament Notes

 SDSU plays host to the Surf ‘N Slam for the ninth straight season ... The Aztecs are 11-5 all-time in eight years of the event and have won the team title on three occasions in 2008, 2009, and 2011. Previous champions also include Auburn (2005), George Washington (2006), Seton Hall (2007), Texas A&M (2010) and Oklahoma State (2012) ... This season marks the first Surf ‘N Slam appearance for UC Riverside, Kansas State and North Carolina State ... SDSU is 4-2 against UCR and 1-2 vs. K-State, but has never faced NC State ... The Aztecs, Wildcats and Wolfpack each earned a spot in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) last season ... K-State gives the Big XII Conference its fourth representative at the Surf ‘N Slam, the most of any opposing league.

March 11 Game 4 - No. 1 seed vs. Game 1 winner - Noon Game 5 - No. 4 seed vs. No. 5 seed - 2:30 p.m. Game 6 - No. 2 seed vs. Game 2 winner - 6 p.m. Game 7 - No. 3 seed vs. Game 3 winner - 8:30 p.m. March 14 Game 8 - Semifinal 1 - Noon Game 9 - Semifinal 2 - 2:30 p.m. March 15 Championship Game - 7 p.m.

Mountain West Tournament Notes

 The championship will be held in Las Vegas for the eighth sconsecutive year and 12th time overall in the 15-year history of the league ... The tournament format has been revamped to include three games with the six lowest-seeded teams during the first round. In addition, the four surviving squads from the quarterfinals will have two days to prepare for the semifinal round ... SDSU has advanced to the championship final in five of the last six years, winning in 2010 and 2012.

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Air Force Alabama Alabama State Alaska Anchorage Alcorn State American Arizona Arizona State Arkansas-Pine Bluff Army Auburn Baylor Biola Bishop’s University Boise State Boston College Brigham Young Brown Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly California Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Fullerton Cal State L.A. Cal State Northridge Cal State Stanislaus Canisius Centenary Central Michigan Chattanooga Chico State Clemson Colorado Colorado State Connecticut Creighton Dayton DePaul Detroit Duke Duquesne Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Fairfield Fresno Pacific Fresno State George Mason George Washington Georgetown Georgia Georgia State Gonzaga Hardin-Simmons Hawai’i Houston Idaho State Illinois State Indiana State Iona College Iowa State Jackson State Kansas Kansas State Lewis-Clark State Long Beach State Long Island Longwood Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana Tech Loyola (Ill.) Loyola (Md.) Loyola Marymount LSU Maine McNeese State Memphis Miami (Florida) Miami (Ohio) Michigan State Minnesota Missouri Missouri-Kansas City Monmouth College Montana Montana State Montclair State Murray State Navy

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W 27 1 1 1 1 1 13 10 1 1 2 1 3 1 5 0 14 1 8 9 4 1 2 19 3 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 27 1 0 1 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 1 24 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 14 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 5 1 1 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 3 2

L 6 0 0 0 1 0 4 8 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 29 1 11 2 2 1 0 17 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 18 2 8 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 12 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 2 0 35 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

Pct. .818 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 .765 .556 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 .326 .500 .421 .818 .667 .500 1.000 .528 .600 .800 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .600 .333 .000 1.000 1.000 .667 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 .000 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .538 .667 .500 .1000 .500 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 .333 1.000 .125 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .750 .000 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .667 .500 1.000 1.000 .333 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

Pts. SDSU 2,161 79 82 70 108 62 1,152 1,290 86 71 144 85 432 55 331 56 2,567 112 1,192 739 424 136 131 2,385 324 752 80 61 75 81 59 53 45 175 2,837 177 568 74 158 195 126 136 73 63 78 90 2,508 76 42 74 138 75 216 112 1,698 189 134 88 121 83 196 153 121 178 111 2,663 83 79 150 107 83 43 526 56 65 101 128 51 -42 202 303 108 125 155 172 64 237 164

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Pts. Opp. 1,721 76 64 40 110 45 985 1,219 43 53 112 40 358 47 236 86 2,795 109 1,294 642 406 133 63 2,338 288 563 65 71 58 45 74 62 62 202 2,658 248 642 62 144 171 148 124 59 59 56 41 2,209 60 76 78 148 46 167 37 1,640 182 130 59 114 51 235 121 134 203 41 3,294 38 37 198 181 62 52 435 64 66 55 125 88 -58 197 319 103 100 174 122 61 193 102

SDSU Avg. 65.5 79.0 82.0 70.0 54.0 62.0 67.8 71.1 86.0 71.0 72.0 85.0 72.0 55.0 66.2 56.0 59.7 56.0 62.7 67.2 70.6 68.0 65.5 66.3 64.8 75.2 80.0 61.0 75.0 81.0 59.0 53.0 45.0 58.3 63.0 61.0 71.0 74.0 79.0 65.0 63.0 68.0 73.0 63.0 78.0 90.0 69.7 76.0 42.0 74.0 69.0 75.0 72.0 112.0 65.3 63.0 67.0 88.0 60.5 83.0 65.3 76.5 60.5 59.3 111.0 66.6 83.0 79.0 75.0 53.5 83.0 43.0 65.8 56.0 65.0 101.0 64.0 51.0 -42.0 67.3 75.8 54.0 62.5 51.7 86.0 64.0 79.0 82.0

Opp Avg. 52.2 76.0 64.0 40.0 55.0 45.0 57.9 67.7 43.0 53.0 56.0 40.0 59.7 47.0 47.2 86.0 65.0 54.5 68.1 58.4 67.7 66.5 31.5 64.9 57.6 56.3 65.0 71.0 58.0 45.0 74.0 62.0 62.0 67.3 59.1 82.7 80.3 62.0 72.0 57.0 74.0 62.0 59.0 59.0 56.0 41.0 61.4 60.0 76.0 78.0 74.0 46.0 55.7 37.0 63.1 60.7 65.0 59.0 57.0 51.0 78.3 60.5 67.0 67.6 41.0 82.4 38.0 37.0 99.0 90.5 62.0 52.0 54.4 64.0 66.0 55.0 62.5 88.0 -58.0 65.7 79.8 51.5 50.0 58.0 61.0 61.0 64.3 51.0

Opponent Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State New Orleans Nicholls State North Carolina North Carolina-Greensboro North Carolina State North Texas Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Illinois Northwestern State Notre Dame Oklahoma Oklahoma State Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Penn Penn State Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland Portland State Prairie View A&M Princeton Providence Purdue Queens College Quinnipiac Radford Rice Rutgers St. John’s Saint Mary’s (Calif.) Sacramento State San Diego San Francisco San Jose State Santa Clara Savannah State Seton Hall South Carolina Southern Illinois Southern Methodist Southern Utah Stanford Stephen Austin TCU Temple Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Texas Texas-El Paso Texas-Pan American Texas-San Antonio Texas A&M Texas A&M-CC Texas State Texas Tech Toledo Tulsa UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UCLA UNLV USC U.S. International Utah Utah State Utah Valley Villanova Virginia Wake Forest Washington Washington State Weber State West Texas A&M West Virginia Western Michigan Wichita State Wyoming Bold = 2013-14 opponents

W 6 24 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 7 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 3 2 6 1 0 13 1 0 4 2 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 3 28 3 16 1 1 0 0 0 1 5 4 0 6 1 0 1 2 18 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 19 4 1 15 6 25 6 3 15 3 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 3 1 1 23

L 3 27 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 3 1 3 4 5 0 2 7 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 3 0 8 4 4 1 0 1 1 3 4 0 4 1 13 0 1 0 1 4 0 1 3 0 1 2 2 1 1 6 2 1 6 22 22 26 0 31 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 24

Pct. .667 .471 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .875 1.000 .500 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .500 .500 .333 .545 1.000 .000 .650 .500 .000 .666 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 .000 .667 .000 .000 .500 .400 1.000 .778 .429 .800 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .200 1.000 .500 .000 .316 1.000 .000 1.000 .667 .818 1.000 .500 .000 1.000 .000 .333 .000 .500 .667 .760 .667 .500 .714 .214 .532 .188 1.000 .326 1.000 .500 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 .600 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .489

Pts. SDSU 596 3,067 155 60 88 74 57 -64 537 153 182 67 150 116 72 207 140 417 361 853 51 109 1,340 139 107 414 126 59 77 212 81 59 247 124 66 128 307 224 2,518 436 1,556 133 72 61 55 185 295 358 542 62 1,141 66 56 78 192 1,682 59 137 186 124 65 154 139 152 154 1,645 438 131 1,449 1,662 3,024 2,005 175 2,540 307 135 56 34 63 121 288 93 82 137 77 153 2,789

Pts. Opp. 503 2,970 121 58 45 84 29 -40 438 126 191 47 118 152 80 247 125 415 358 782 37 146 1,330 147 109 362 99 47 69 208 64 78 199 132 76 123 312 166 1,925 411 1,167 118 51 71 58 212 353 238 578 67 1,306 61 59 56 187 1,279 38 119 234 111 68 201 164 112 155 1,355 386 96 1,224 2,215 3,069 2,368 64 2,872 178 120 54 38 62 110 291 95 63 126 72 164 2,819

SDSU Avg. 66.2 60.1 77.5 60.0 88.0 74.0 57.0 -64.0 67.1 76.5 91.0 67.0 75.0 58.0 72.0 69.0 70.0 69.5 60.1 77.5 51.0 54.5 67.0 69.5 53.5 69.0 63.0 59.0 77.0 70.7 81.0 59.0 82.3 62.0 66.0 64.0 61.4 74.7 69.9 62.3 77.8 66.5 72.0 61.0 55.0 61.7 59.0 71.6 67.8 62.0 60.1 66.0 56.0 78.0 64.0 76.5 59.0 68.5 62.0 62.0 65.0 51.3 69.5 76.0 51.3 65.8 73.0 65.5 69.0 59.4 64.3 62.7 87.5 55.2 102.3 67.5 56.0 34.0 63.0 60.5 57.6 93.0 82.0 68.5 77.0 76.5 59.3

Opp Avg. 55.9 58.2 60.5 58.0 45.0 84.0 29.0 -40.0 54.8 63.0 95.5 47.0 59.0 76.0 80.0 82.3 62.5 69.2 59.6 71.1 37.0 73.0 66.5 73.5 54.5 60.3 49.5 47.0 69.0 69.3 64.0 78.0 66.3 66.0 76.0 61.5 62.4 55.3 53.5 58.7 58.4 59.0 51.0 71.0 58.0 70.7 70.6 47.6 72.3 67.0 68.7 61.0 59.0 56.0 62.3 58.1 38.0 59.5 78.0 55.5 68.0 67.0 82.0 56.0 51.7 54.2 64.3 48.0 58.3 79.1 65.3 74.0 32.0 62.4 59.3 60.0 54.0 38.0 62.0 55.0 58.2 95.0 63.0 63.0 72.0 82.0 60.0


ALL-TIME VS. CONFERENCES America East Albany Binghamton Hartford Maine UMBC UMass-Lowell New Hampshire Stony Brook Vermont Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

American Athletic W Cincinnati 0 Connecticut 1 Houston 2 Louisville 0 Memphis 1 Rutgers 0 SMU 1 South Florida 0 Temple 1 UCF 0 Total 6

L 0 2 1 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 9

Atlantic Coast Boston College Clemson Duke Florida St. Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina NC State Notre Dame Pittsburgh Syracuse Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 3

L 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 9

Atlantic Sun East Tenn. St. Fla. Gulf Coast Jacksonville Kennesaw St. Lipscomb Mercer N. Kentucky N. Florida S.C. Upstate Stetson Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Atlantic 10 Dayton Duquesne Fordham George Mason Geo. Washington La Salle Massachusetts Rhode Island Richmond St. Bonaventure St. Joseph’s Saint Louis VCU Total

W 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

L 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Big East Butler Creighton DePaul Georgetown

W 0 0 2 0

L 0 8 0 1

Marquette Providence St. John’s Seton Hall Villanova Xavier Total

0 1 1 0 1 0 5

0 0 1 1 0 0 11

Big Sky E. Washington Idaho St. Montana Montana St. North Dakota Northern Ariz. Northern Colo. Portland St. Sacramento St. Southern Utah Weber State Total

W 1 1 1 2 0 7 2 4 3 5 0 26

L 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 7

Big South Campbell Charleston So. Coastal Carolina Gardner Webb High Point Liberty Longwood Presbyterian Radford UNC Asheville VMI Winthrop Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

Big Ten Illinois Indiana Iowa Michigan Michigan St. Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern Ohio St. Penn St. Purdue Wisconsin Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 4

L 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 5

Big 12 Baylor Iowa St. Kansas Kansas St. Oklahoma Oklahoma St. TCU Texas Texas Tech West Virginia Total

W 1 0 1 1 1 0 6 2 1 2 15

L 0 3 1 2 1 1 13 1 2 0 24

Big West Cal Poly CS Fullerton CS Northridge Hawai’i Long Beach St. UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara Total

W 9 19 8 14 5 2 19 4 15 95

L 2 17 2 12 35 1 6 2 6 83

Colonial Athletic Charleston Delaware Drexel Hofstra James Madison Northeastern Towson UNC Wilmington William & Mary Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Conference USA W Charlotte 0 East Carolina 0 Florida Atlantic 0 Florida Int’l 0 Louisiana Tech 0 Marshall 0 Middle Tenn. 0 North Texas 1 Old Dominion 0 Rice 0 Southern Miss 0 Texas-El Paso 18 Texas-San Ant. 1 Tulane 0 Tulsa 1 UAB 0 Total 21

L 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 0 4 1 0 1 0 13

Horizon League Cleveland St. Detroit Green Bay Illinois-Chicago Milwaukee Valparaiso Oakland Wright St. Youngstown St. Total

W 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

L 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Ivy League Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Pennsylvania Princeton Yale Total

W 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3

L 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Metro Atlantic Canisius Fairfield Iona Manhattan Marist Monmouth Niagara Quinnipiac Rider St. Peter’s Siena Total

W 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4

L 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

Mid-American Akron Ball State Bowling Green Buffalo Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Kent State Miami (Ohio)

W 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Northern Illinois Ohio Toledo Western Michigan Total

1 0 0 1 4

1 0 2 0 3

Mid-Eastern Athletic Bethune-Cookman Coppin State Delaware St. Florida A&M Hampton Howard Md.-E. Shore Morgan St. Norfolk St. NC A&T NC Central Savannah St. So. Carolina St. Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Missouri Valley Bradley Drake Evansville Illinois St. Indiana St. Loyola (Ill.) Missouri St. Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Wichita St. Total

W 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 4

L 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 5

Mountain West Air Force Boise St. Colorado St. Fresno St. Nevada New Mexico San Jose St. UNLV Utah St. Wyoming Total

W L 27 6 5 0 27 18 24 12 6 3 24 27 16 4 25 22 3 0 23 24 180 116

Northeast W Bryant 0 Central Conn. St. 0 Farleigh Dickinson 0 Long Island 1 Mt. St. Mary’s 0 Robert Morris 0 Sacred Heart 0 St. Francis (NY) 0 St. Francis (PA) 0 Wagner 0 Total 1

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ohio Valley W Austin Peay 0 Belmont 0 E. Illinois 0 E. Kentucky 0 Jacksonville St. 0 Morehead St. 0 Murray St. 3 SE Missouri St. 0 SIU-Edwardsville 0 Tennessee St. 0 Tennessee Tech 1 Tennessee-Martin 0 Total 4

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Pac-12 Arizona Arizona St. California Colorado Oregon Oregon St. Stanford UCLA USC Utah Washington Washington St. Total

W L 13 4 10 8 4 2 1 2 3 3 2 4 4 4 6 22 6 26 15 31 1 1 3 2 68 109

Patriot League American Army Boston U. Bucknell Colgate Holy Cross Lafayette Lehigh Loyola (Md.) Navy Total

W 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

Southeastern Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi Mississippi St. Missouri South Carolina Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt Total

W 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6

L 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 8

Southern Appalachian St. Chattanooga Davidson Elon Furman Georgia Southern UNC Greensboro Samford Western Carolina Wofford Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

L 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Southland W Abilene Christian 0 Central Arkansas 0 Houston Baptist 0 Incarnate Word 0 Lamar 0 McNeese St. 1 New Orleans 1 Nicholls St. 1 Northwestern St. 1 Oral Roberts 1 Sam Houston St. 0 SE Louisiana 0 Stephen F. Austin 0 TAMU-CC 2 Total 7

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2

Southwestern Athletic Alabama A&M Alabama St. Alcorn St. Ark.-Pine Bluff Grambling Jackson St. Miss. Valley Prairie View A&M Southern Texas Southern Total

W 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 7

L 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Summit Denver IPFW IUPUI North Dakota St. Omaha South Dakota South Dakota St. Western Illinois Total

W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sun Belt Arkansas St. Ark.-Little Rock Georgia St. La.-Lafayette La.-Monroe South Alabama Texas-Arlington Texas St. Troy W. Kentucky Total

W 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

L 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3

Western Athletic CSU Bakersfield Chicago St. Grand Canyon Idaho New Mexico St. Seattle TX-Pan Am. UMKC Utah Valley Total

W 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 1 7

L 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

West Coast Brigham Young Gonzaga Loyola Marymount Pacific Pepperdine Portland Saint Mary’s San Diego San Francisco Santa Clara Total

W 14 3 6 6 13 0 2 28 3 1 76

L 29 0 2 5 7 2 3 8 4 1 61

Independents NJIT Total

W 0 0

L 0 0

Reclassified Teams Centenary 1 Total 1

0 0

Alignments entering the 2013-14 season.

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ALL-TIME SCORES Air Force (27-6) Record at SDSU .............................. 14-2 Record at AF.................................... 12-4 Record at Neutral............................... 1-0 Most Points SDSU .................... 89, 1997 Most Points AF ......................... 79, 2002 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 51, 2009 Largest Margin AF .................... 29, 2006 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 9 Longest AF Win Streak ......................... 2 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 6 1-11-97 ............. H .......... W .......... 70-41 2-6-97 ................A .......... W .......... 89-57 2-7-98 ................A .......... W .......... 78-54 2-26-98 ............. H .......... W .......... 68-59 1-22-00 ..............A ...........L ........... 72-77 2-19-00 ............. H .......... W .......... 70-38 1-18-01 ..............A .......... W .......... 50-49 2-17-01 ............. H .......... W .......... 57-30 1-26-02 ............. H .......... W .......... 58-50 2-21-02 ..............A .......... W .......... 83-79 2-1-03 ...............A .......... W .......... 73-55 2-27-03 ............ H .......... W .......... 69-57 1-31-04 ..............A .......... W .......... 51-46 2-26-04 ............. H .......... W .......... 52-50 1-27-05 ............. H ...........L ........... 44-48 2-26-05 ..............A .......... W .......... 77-61 1-7-06 (ot) ......... H ...........L ........... 59-63 2-8-06 ................A ...........L ........... 45-74 1-14-07 ............. H .......... W .......... 60-51 2-15-07 ..............A ...........L ........... 52-60 2-6-08 ................A .......... W .......... 62-45 3-8-08 ............... H .......... W .......... 64-34 1-7-09 ............... H .......... W .......... 79-28 2-7-09 ................A .......... W .......... 55-37 2-3-10 ................A .......... W .......... 68-48 3-6-10 ............... H .......... W .......... 87-52 1-19-11 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-61 2-19-11 ............. H .......... W .......... 68-50 1-21-12 ..............A .......... W .......... 75-62 2-18-12 ............. H .......... W .......... 59-46 3-9-12 ............... N .......... W .......... 68-58 2-2-13 ............... H .......... W .......... 68-46 3-6-13 ................A .......... W .......... 73-55

Arizona (cont.) 1-29-82 ..............A .......... W .......... 71-59 2-26-82 ............. H .......... W .......... 74-52 1-21-83 ............. H .......... W .......... 82-60 2-5-83 ................A .......... W .......... 64-63 2-2-84 ................A .......... W .......... 68-66 3-3-84 ............... H .......... W .......... 75-63 1-11-85 ............. H .......... W .......... 74-56 2-14-85 ..............A .......... W .......... 63-56 1-11-93 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-75 12-11-93 ........... H ...........L ........... 58-63 12-19-96 ........... H ...........L ........... 48-66 11-23-98 ............A ...........L ........... 69-76 11-21-09 ........... H .......... W .......... 57-38

Alabama (1-0) 12-28-94 ........... N .......... W .......... 79-76

Baylor (1-0) 12-2-88 ............. H .......... W .......... 85-40

Alabama State (1-0) 11-25-88 ........... N .......... W .......... 82-64

Biola (3-3) 1-22-77 ..............A ...........L ........... 60-70 2-23-78 ............. H ...........L ........... 58-79 12-19-78 ........... H ...........L ........... 48-50 11-20-79 ........... H .......... W .......... 88-64 11-13-81 ............A .......... W .......... 79-36 11-21-83 ........... H .......... W .......... 99-59

Alaska Anchorage (1-0) 1-10-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 70-40 Alcorn State (1-1) 11-24-89 ........... N ...........L ........... 48-67 12-1-00 ..............A .......... W .......... 60-43

Arizona State (10-8) 1-14-78 ..............A ...........L ........... 65-86 1-26-80 ..............A .......... W .......... 52-49 2-22-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 79-60 12-19-80 ........... N .......... W .......... 62-54 1-30-81 ............. H .......... W .......... 65-55 2-20-81 ..............A ...........L ........... 66-70 1-30-82 ..............A ...........L ........... 57-78 2-24-82 ............. H ...........L ........... 67-69 1-22-83 ............. H ...........L ........... 73-78 2-4-83 ................A ...........L ........... 78-82 2-4-84 ................A ...........L ........... 81-83 3-1-84 ............... H .......... W .......... 83-65 1-9-85 ............... H .......... W .......... 78-65 2-16-85 ..............A .......... W ........ 104-82 12-19-88 ............A .......... W .......... 87-69 12-31-89 ........... H ...........L ........... 50-76 12-7-93 ............. H .......... W .......... 76-46 1-5-95 ................A .......... W .......... 67-52 Arkansas Pine-Bluff (1-0) 11-14-11 ........... H .......... W .......... 86-43 Army (1-0) 11-27-93 ........... N .......... W .......... 71-53 Auburn (2-0) 12-30-09 ........... H .......... W .......... 66-55 11-23-12 ........... N .......... W .......... 78-57

Bishop’s (1-0) 12-6-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 55-47

American (1-0) 12-19-02 ........... H .......... W .......... 62-45 Arizona (13-4) 1-25-80 ..............A .......... W .......... 66-65 2-23-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 88-37 1-31-81 ............. H .......... W .......... 73-54 2-21-81 ..............A .......... W .......... 64-46

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Boise State (5-0) Record at SDSU ................................ 3-0 Record at Boise State ........................ 2-0 Record at Neutral............................... 0-0 Most Points SDSU .................... 86, 2013 Most Points BSU....................... 59, 2012 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 41, 2013 Largest Margin BSU .......................... n/a Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 5 Longest BSU Win Streak ................... n/a Current Streak ........................... SDSU 5 12-20-05 ........... H .......... W .......... 54-51 2-1-12 ................A .......... W .......... 69-59 2-29-12 ............. H .......... W .......... 58-41 2-6-13 ................A .......... W .......... 64-40 3-9-13 ............... H .......... W .......... 86-45 Boston College (0-1) 12-21-98 ........... H ...........L ........... 56-86 Brigham Young (14-29) 12-23-77 ........... H ...........L ........... 60-70 11-28-81 ........... H .......... W .......... 75-55 1-10-91 (ot) ....... H .......... W .......... 74-70 2-7-91 ................A .......... W .......... 83-80 2-8-92 ............... H ...........L ........... 76-84 3-5-92 ................A ...........L ........... 65-66 2-6-93 ................A ...........L ........... 73-82 3-4-93 ............... H .......... W .......... 73-57 1-15-94 ............. H .......... W .......... 74-56 2-24-94 ..............A ...........L ........... 66-68 1-14-95 ..............A .......... W .......... 63-55 2-23-95 ............. H .......... W .......... 87-63 1-11-96 ............. H .......... W .......... 85-59 2-24-96 ..............A ...........L ........... 61-78 1-16-99 (ot) ........A ...........L ........... 71-72 2-13-99 ............. H ...........L ........... 53-66 1-15-00 ............. H ...........L ........... 37-60 2-12-00 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-84 3-8-00 ............... N ...........L ........... 37-78 1-11-01 ............. H .......... W .......... 63-61 2-10-01 ..............A ...........L ........... 53-76 1-31-02 ..............A ...........L ........... 41-67 3-2-02 ............... H ...........L ........... 56-72 1-23-03 ............. H ...........L ........... 46-61 2-22-03 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-87 2-7-04 ............... H ...........L ........... 50-82 3-4-04 ................A ...........L ........... 45-56 2-3-05 ................A ...........L ........... 49-62 3-5-05 ............... H ...........L ........... 61-69 1-21-06 ..............A ...........L ........... 39-64 2-22-06 ............. H ...........L ........... 49-67 1-25-07 ............. H ...........L ........... 49-54 2-24-07 ..............A ...........L ........... 41-65 1-23-08 ............. H .......... W .......... 62-39 2-23-08 ..............A ...........L ........... 43-46 1-24-09 ............. H .......... W .......... 56-36 2-25-09 ..............A .......... W .......... 59-47 1-23-10 ..............A ...........L ........... 63-73 2-24-10 ............. H .......... W .......... 73-71 3-12-10 ............. N .......... W .......... 77-47 1-26-11 ............. H ...........L ........... 55-65 2-26-11 ..............A ...........L ........... 52-56 3-23-13 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-69

Brown (1-1) 12-30-03 ........... N ...........L ........... 49-57 12-28-06 ........... H .......... W .......... 63-52 California (4-2) 12-14-78 ............A .......... W .......... 74-69 3-12-81 ............. N .......... W .......... 77-64 12-8-89 ............. H ...........L ........... 68-80 12-3-95 ............. H .......... W .......... 82-70 12-22-00 ........... H .......... W .......... 63-49 11-18-01 ............A ...........L ........... 60-74 Cal Poly Pomona (8-11) 12-17-76 ............A ...........L ......... 38-103 2-5-77 ................A ...........L ........... 68-82 3-4-77 ............... H ...........L ........... 47-80 12-9-77 ............. H ...........L ........... 60-69 12-8-78 ..............A ...........L ........... 31-74 3-3-78 ................A ...........L ........... 71-96 2-9-79 ............... H ...........L ........... 59-72 12-7-79 ..............A ...........L ........... 60-63 1-5-80 ............... H .......... W .......... 60-53 12-20-80 ............A .......... W .......... 66-50 2-17-81 ............. H .......... W .......... 64-50 12-11-81 ............A ...........L ........... 62-66 1-3-83 ............... H .......... W .......... 65-59 11-28-84 ........... H .......... W .......... 87-71 12-21-85 ............A ...........L ........... 74-78 1-6-87 ............... H ...........L ........... 60-75 1-12-88 ..............A .......... W .......... 76-50 1-2-91 ............... H .......... W .......... 72-54 12-10-91 ........... H .......... W .......... 72-49 Cal Poly (9-2) 12-18-76 ........... N ...........L ........... 46-55 12-2-77 ..............A ...........L ........... 79-80 2-1-78 ................A .......... W .......... 62-50 12-1-78 ............. H .......... W .......... 50-37 1-7-96 ............... H .......... W .......... 64-31 1-2-01 ................A .......... W .......... 73-63 11-16-01 ........... H .......... W .......... 63-54 12-7-06 (ot) ....... H .......... W .......... 70-68 11-29-07 ............A .......... W .......... 80-70 12-21-11 ........... H .......... W .......... 79-78 12-16-12 ............A .......... W .......... 73-56 Cal State Bakersfield (1-1) 11-17-10 ........... H ...........L ........... 62-73 1-7-12 ................A .......... W .......... 74-60 Cal State Dominguez Hills (2-0) 2-25-79 ............. H .......... W .......... 72-33 11-18-12 ........... H .......... W .......... 66-30 Cal State Fullerton (19-17) 1-14-77 ............. H ...........L ........... 40-78 2-11-77 ..............A ...........L ......... 56-101 1-10-78 ............. H ...........L ........... 76-80 2-11-78 ..............A ...........L ......... 65-102 1-17-79 ..............A ...........L ........... 42-58 2-10-79 ............. H ...........L ........... 48-53 1-13-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 49-46 2-15-80 ..............A .......... W .......... 67-59 1-14-81 ..............A .......... W .......... 66-58 2-14-81 ............. H .......... W .......... 77-52 1-14-82 ............. H .......... W .......... 91-77


ALL-TIME SCORES Cal State Fullerton (cont.) 2-20-82 ..............A .......... W .......... 56-54 1-25-83 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-97 2-15-83 ............. H .......... W .......... 80-77 1-10-84 ............. H .......... W .......... 77-65 2-21-84 ..............A .......... W .......... 78-64 1-23-85 ..............A ...........L ........... 65-73 2-20-85 ............. H .......... W .......... 83-73 1-10-86 ..............A ...........L ........... 70-71 2-13-86 ............. H .......... W .......... 91-72 1-10-87 ............. H .......... W .......... 68-59 2-14-87 ..............A ...........L ........... 55-65 1-25-88 ............. H ...........L ........... 64-67 2-25-88 ..............A ...........L ........... 53-55 1-28-89 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-57 2-20-89 ............. H ...........L ........... 65-71 3-9-89 ............... N ...........L ........... 60-68 1-13-90 ............. H .......... W .......... 71-68 1-22-90 ..............A ...........L ........... 42-61 2-14-91 ..............A ...........L ........... 49-77 1-18-94 ............. H .......... W .......... 85-44 12-30-99 ............A .......... W .......... 80-51 12-18-00 ........... H .......... W .......... 84-47 12-1-03 ..............A .......... W .......... 73-50 12-18-04 ........... H .......... W .......... 69-43 12-2-07 ............. H .......... W .......... 76-45 Cal State L.A. (3-2) 12-10-76 ........... H ...........L ........... 62-67 1-5-78 ................A .......... W .......... 75-40 1-21-78 ............. H .......... W .......... 68-58 12-9-78 ............. H .......... W .......... 52-49 2-16-79 ............. H ...........L ........... 67-74 Cal State Northridge (8-2) 2-14-78 (ot) ........A ...........L ........... 70-76 2-6-79 ............... H .......... W .......... 74-65 11-27-79 ............A .......... W .......... 68-36 12-18-80 ........... N .......... W .......... 70-47 11-26-83 ............A .......... W .......... 95-65 12-1-87 ............. H .......... W .......... 81-48 2-19-91 ............. H .......... W .......... 70-60 1-11-92 ............. H .......... W .......... 97-41 12-28-02 ........... H .......... W .......... 75-54 12-6-03 ..............A ...........L ........... 52-71 Cal State Stanislaus (1-0) 11-30-04 ........... H .......... W .......... 80-65 Canisius (0-1) 1-4-05 ............... H ...........L ........... 61-71 Centenary (1-0) 11-22-02 ........... H .......... W .......... 75-58 Central Michigan (1-0) 11-30-84 ........... N .......... W .......... 81-45 Chattanooga (0-1) 11-25-00 ........... H ...........L ........... 59-74 Chico State (0-1) 1-7-77 ................A ...........L ........... 53-62 Clemson (0-1) 11-25-89 ........... N ...........L ........... 45-62

Colorado (1-2) 1-9-81 ............... H .......... W .......... 71-55 11-26-94 ........... N ...........L ........... 51-70 11-24-12 ............A ...........L ........... 53-67 Colorado State (27-18) Record at SDSU .............................. 16-5 Record at CSU............................... 10-11 Record at Neutral............................... 1-2 Most Points SDSU .................. 101, 1992 Most Points CSU ...................... 81, twice Largest Margin SDSU ............... 39, 1992 Largest Margin CSU ................. 32, 2003 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................. 10 Longest CSU Win Streak ...................... 6 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 2 2-28-91 (ot) ........A ...........L ........... 69-73 1-31-91 ............. H .......... W .......... 73-50 1-25-92 ............. H .......... W ........ 101-62 2-20-92 ..............A .......... W .......... 82-74 1-28-93 ............. H .......... W .......... 82-59 2-27-93 ..............A .......... W .......... 64-60 1-27-94 ..............A .......... W .......... 53-47 2-6-94 ............... H .......... W .......... 84-50 3-12-94 ............. N .......... W .......... 51-47 1-28-95 ..............A .......... W .......... 56-46 2-2-95 ............... H .......... W .......... 73-51 2-1-96 ................A ...........L ........... 58-66 2-8-96 ............... H .......... W .......... 66-64 3-8-96 ............... N ...........L ........... 58-64 1-19-97 ..............A .......... W .......... 70-53 2-13-97 ............. H .......... W .......... 61-53 2-5-00 ............... H .......... W .......... 68-58 3-4-00 ................A .......... W .......... 58-51 2-3-01 ............... H ...........L ........... 54-55 3-1-01 ................A ...........L ........... 67-81 1-17-02 ..............A ...........L ........... 49-58 2-16-02 ............. H ...........L ........... 60-69 2-6-03 .............. H .......... W .......... 60-47 3-7-03 ................A ...........L ........... 49-81 1-24-04 ............. H .......... W .......... 58-55 2-19-04 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-65 1-20-05 ..............A ...........L ........... 50-63 2-19-05 ............. H ...........L ........... 49-56 1-5-06 ................A ...........L ........... 65-68 2-4-06 ............... H ...........L ........... 55-68 3-7-06 ............... N ...........L ........... 58-69 1-20-07 ............. H .......... W .......... 75-66 2-22-07 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-67 1-30-08 ............. H .......... W .......... 86-52 3-1-08 ................A .......... W .......... 76-56 1-31-09 ............. H .......... W .......... 62-61 3-4-09 ................A .......... W .......... 68-66 1-30-10 ............. H .......... W .......... 59-38 3-3-10 ................A .......... W .......... 73-54 2-2-11 ............... H ...........L ........... 51-56 3-5-11 ................A ...........L ........... 51-66 1-28-12 ............. H .......... W .......... 66-57 2-25-12 ..............A ...........L ........... 65-68 1-13-13 ..............A .......... W .......... 48-44 2-13-13 ............. H .......... W .......... 60-44 Connecticut (1-2) 11-27-87 ........... N .......... W .......... 69-64 12-21-07 ........... H ...........L ........... 53-85 11-20-08 ............A ...........L ........... 55-99

Creighton (0-8) 1-25-91 ..............A ...........L ........... 76-90 2-23-91 ............. H ...........L ........... 76-82 3-8-91 ............... N ...........L ........... 75-78 2-1-92 ................A ...........L ........... 73-82 2-27-92 ............. H ...........L ........... 75-76 3-13-92 ............. N ...........L ........... 66-89 12-22-01 ............A ...........L ........... 55-66 12-22-02 (ot) ..... H ...........L ........... 72-79 Dayton (1-0) 12-18-10 ........... N .......... W .......... 74-62 DePaul (2-0) 3-21-09 ............. H .......... W .......... 76-70 11-18-11 ........... N .......... W .......... 82-74 Detroit (2-1) 12-27-81 ........... N ...........L ........... 47-56 12-4-98 ............. H .......... W .......... 78-59 12-30-01 ........... H .......... W .......... 70-56 Duke (0-2) 1-14-83 ..............A ...........L ........... 68-82 3-27-10 ............. N ...........L ........... 58-66 Duquesne (2-0) 12-7-97 ..............A .......... W .......... 64-59 12-30-98 ........... H .......... W .......... 72-65 Eastern Michigan (1-0) 12-30-90 ........... H .......... W .......... 73-59 Eastern Washington (1-0) 1-7-05 ............... H .......... W .......... 63-59 Fairfield (1-0) 11-27-88 ........... N .......... W .......... 78-56 Fresno Pacific (1-0) 12-19-12 ........... H .......... W .......... 90-41 Fresno State (24-12) Record at SDSU .............................. 12-4 Record at FS...................................... 8-7 Record at Neutral............................... 4-1 Most Points SDSU .................... 97, 1995 Most Points FS ......................... 93, 1990 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 62, 1995 Largest Margin FS .................... 33, 1990 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................. 13 Longest FS Win Streak ......................... 4 Current Streak .................................FS 1 1-13-77 ............. H .......... W .......... 61-42 12-2-77 ............. N .......... W .......... 82-60 2-2-78 ................A .......... W .......... 61-44 11-17-79 ........... N .......... W .......... 61-59 1-15-87 ............. H .......... W .......... 66-62 1-29-87 ..............A ...........L ........... 63-85 1-14-88 ..............A ...........L ........... 61-69 2-13-88 ............. H .......... W .......... 78-57 3-10-88 ............. H .......... W .......... 64-60 1-14-89 ............. H .......... W .......... 94-80 2-9-89 ................A .......... W .......... 66-61 1-16-90 ..............A ...........L ........... 69-83 3-3-90 ............... H ...........L ........... 60-93

Fresno State (cont.) 1-15-91 ..............A ...........L ........... 69-85 1-21-92 ............. H ...........L ........... 84-86 1-15-93 ............. H .......... W .......... 63-40 2-13-93 ..............A .......... W .......... 58-55 3-10-93 ............. N .......... W .......... 62-38 1-22-94 ..............A .......... W .......... 75-50 3-5-94 ............... H .......... W .......... 83-58 3-11-94 ............. H .......... W .......... 73-53 2-17-95 ............. H .......... W .......... 97-35 3-3-95 ................A .......... W .......... 73-54 2-16-96 ..............A .......... W .......... 74-57 3-1-96 ............... H .......... W .......... 76-48 3-6-96 ............... N .......... W .......... 69-48 1-4-97 ................A .......... W .......... 63-50 1-30-97 ............. H .......... W .......... 70-41 1-2-98 ............... H ...........L ........... 52-74 2-1-98 ................A ...........L ........... 72-82 1-30-99 ............. H .......... W .......... 89-68 2-25-99 ..............A ...........L ........... 55-68 11-30-02 ...........A ...........L ........... 49-59 1-9-13 ............... H ...........L ........... 72-80 2-9-13 ................A .......... W .......... 74-49 3-16-13 ............. N ...........L ........... 70-76 George Mason (1-0) 11-25-94 ........... N .......... W .......... 76-60 George Washington (0-1) 12-30-06 ........... H ...........L ........... 42-76 Georgetown (0-1) 11-29-91 ........... N ...........L ........... 74-78 Georgia (1-1) 12-28-92 ........... N .......... W .......... 70-63 3-17-93 ............. N ...........L ........... 68-85 Georgia State (1-0) 12-13-96 ........... H .......... W .......... 75-46 Gonzaga (3-0) 11-30-91 ........... N .......... W .......... 69-54 1-11-94 ............. H .......... W .......... 69-54 12-18-95 ............A .......... W .......... 78-59 Hardin-Simmons (1-0) 1-4-85 ............... H .......... W ........ 112-37 Hawai’i (14-12) 1-15-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 58-54 1-11-81 ............. H .......... W .......... 65-35 1-21-82 ............. H .......... W .......... 80-28 11-29-83 ........... H .......... W .......... 95-67 2-28-86 ..............A ...........L ........... 75-79 3-2-86 ................A .......... W .......... 64-60 1-19-87 ............. H .......... W .......... 96-56 1-20-87 (ot) ....... H ...........L ........... 67-70 3-5-87 ............... H .......... W .......... 68-62 1-28-88 ..............A .......... W .......... 83-75 1-30-88 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-70 1-25-89 ............. H ...........L ........... 60-73 1-26-89 ............. H .......... W .......... 56-52 2-8-90 ................A ...........L ........... 49-73 2-10-90 ..............A ...........L ........... 70-72 12-21-91 ........... H ...........L ........... 70-72

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ALL-TIME SCORES Hawai’i (cont.) 3-16-94 ............. N .......... W .......... 81-75 1-25-97 ..............A ...........L ........... 44-54 2-20-97 ............. H .......... W .......... 58-53 3-7-97 ............... N .......... W .......... 74-48 1-10-98 ..............A ...........L ........... 38-88 2-3-98 ............... H ...........L ........... 48-85 1-23-99 ............. H ...........L ........... 57-65 2-20-99 ..............A ...........L ........... 39-66 11-28-08 ............A .......... W .......... 71-48 11-19-11 ............A .......... W .......... 71-44 Houston (2-1) 3-22-81 ............. N .......... W .......... 50-41 12-4-81 ............. H .......... W .......... 59-57 12-3-87 ............. H ...........L ........... 80-84 Idaho State (1-1) 11-27-98 ........... H .......... W .......... 66-58 11-19-99 ............A ...........L ........... 68-72 Illinois State (1-0) 11-24-00 ........... H .......... W .......... 88-59 Indiana State (1-1) 11-26-99 ........... H .......... W .......... 53-39 11-23-07 ........... N ...........L ........... 68-75 Iona College (1-0) 12-30-91 ............A .......... W .......... 83-51 Iowa State (0-3) 12-29-89 ........... N ...........L ........... 59-65 11-29-86 ........... N ...........L ........... 66-83 11-30-08 ........... N ...........L ........... 71-87 Jackson State (2-0) 12-6-85 ............. H .......... W .......... 90-77 11-24-07 ........... N .......... W .......... 63-44 Kansas (1-1) 12-30-87 ........... H .......... W .......... 76-63 12-28-04 ............A ...........L ........... 45-71 Kansas State (1-2) Record at SDSU ................................ 1-0 Record at KSU ................................... 0-1 Record at Neutral............................... 0-1 Most Points SDSU .................... 65, 1990 Most Points KSU....................... 77, 1998 Largest Margin SDSU ................. 4, 1997 Largest Margin KSU ................. 21, 1998 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 1 Longest KSU Win Streak ...................... 1 Current Streak .............................. KSU 1 12-7-90 ............. N ...........L ........... 65-73 12-28-97 ........... H .......... W .......... 57-53 12-5-98 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-77 Lewis-Clark (1-0) 12-2-83 ............. H .......... W ........ 111-41 Long Beach State (5-35) 1-8-77 ............... N ...........L ........... 60-81 1-29-77 ..............A ...........L ........... 60-76 2-18-77 ............. H ...........L ........... 74-95

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Long Beach State (cont.) 1-26-78 ..............A ...........L ........... 68-81 2-16-78 ............. H ...........L ........... 52-79 12-16-78 ........... N ...........L ........... 50-74 1-27-79 ............. H ...........L ........... 66-82 2-15-79 ..............A ...........L ........... 51-52 1-19-80 ............. H ...........L ........... 63-73 2-12-80 ..............A ...........L ........... 61-63 2-11-81 ............. H ...........L ........... 65-76 2-24-81 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-68 3-13-81 ............. N ...........L ........... 56-71 1-23-82 ..............A ...........L ........... 53-65 2-17-82 ............. H ...........L ........... 70-79 2-9-83 ................A ...........L ......... 67-112 3-1-83 ............... H ...........L ........... 76-80 1-17-84 ............. H ...........L ........... 76-82 3-7-84 ................A ...........L ........... 63-68 3-17-84 ............. N ...........L ........... 73-91 1-16-85 ............. H ...........L ......... 78-105 2-5-85 ................A ...........L ........... 65-92 2-10-86 ............. H ...........L ......... 77-111 2-18-86 ..............A ...........L ......... 57-104 3-8-86 ............... N ...........L ......... 74-116 1-8-87 ............... H ...........L ........... 59-80 2-21-87 ..............A ...........L ......... 73-109 3-6-87 ............... N ...........L ......... 74-108 2-18-88 ..............A ...........L ........... 76-96 3-1-88 ............... H ...........L ........... 65-90 3-11-88 ............. N ...........L ........... 78-94 1-19-89 ..............A ...........L ........... 80-99 2-18-89 ............. H ...........L ........... 80-91 1-6-90 ............... H ...........L ........... 43-74 2-1-90 ................A ...........L ........... 53-74 12-16-95 ........... H .......... W .......... 72-53 12-10-96 ............A .......... W .......... 75-49 12-19-97 ............A .......... W .......... 68-60 11-16-08 ............A .......... W .......... 67-59 12-11-09 ........... H .......... W .......... 67-62 Long Island (1-0) 12-27-95 ........... H .......... W .......... 83-38 Longwood (1-0) 1-4-12 ............... H .......... W .......... 79-37 Louisiana-Monroe (0-2) 1-5-85 (ot) ......... H ...........L ........... 87-89 1-15-86 ..............A ...........L ......... 63-109 Louisiana Tech (0-2) 3-22-85 ............. N ...........L ........... 64-94 1-13-86 ..............A ...........L ........... 43-87 Loyola (Ill.) (1-0) 12-1-84 ..............A .......... W .......... 83-62 Loyola (Md.) (0-1) 12-28-05 ........... H ...........L ........... 43-52 Loyola Marymount (6-2) 1-5-92 ................A .......... W .......... 65-54 12-4-92 ............. H .......... W .......... 59-45 12-1-93 ..............A .......... W .......... 60-49 12-17-94 ........... H .......... W .......... 72-32 12-19-99 ........... H ...........L ........... 51-62 11-21-00 ............A ...........L ........... 59-69

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Loyola Marymount (cont.) 12-21-08 ........... H .......... W .......... 85-70 12-21-09 ............A .......... W .......... 75-54 LSU (0-1) 3-18-12 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-64 Maine (0-1) 11-28-87 ............A ...........L ........... 65-66 McNeese State (1-0) 11-23-90 ........... N .......... W ........ 101-55 Memphis (1-1) 1-7-81 ............... H ...........L ........... 56-69 12-18-93 ........... N .......... W .......... 72-56 Miami (Ohio) (0-0) First meeting in 2013-14 Miami (Fla.) (0-1) 12-29-85 ............A ...........L ........... 51-88 Michigan State (0-1) 12-14-79 ........... N ...........L ........... 42-58 Minnesota (2-1) 12-27-84 ........... H .......... W .......... 82-66 11-27-85 ............A ...........L ........... 59-72 11-26-10 ........... N .......... W .......... 61-59 Missouri (2-2) 11-28-84 ............A .......... W .......... 76-70 1-3-89 ............... H .......... W .......... 97-75 11-27-99 ........... H ...........L ........... 61-85 12-2-00 ..............A ...........L ........... 69-89 Missouri-Kansas City (2-0) 12-20-01 ............A .......... W .......... 52-51 1-05-03 (ot) ...... H .......... W .......... 56-52 Monmouth (2-0) 12-5-86 ............. N .......... W .......... 54-52 2-24-89 ............. N .......... W .......... 71-48 Montana (1-2) 3-16-95 ............. N ...........L ........... 46-57 12-21-99 ........... H .......... W .......... 51-49 11-18-00 ............A ...........L ........... 58-68 Montana State (2-0) 12-14-84 ........... H .......... W .......... 87-52 12-21-08 ........... H .......... W .......... 85-70 Montclair State (1-0) 1-2-81 ............... N .......... W .......... 64-61 Murray State (3-0) 1-2-89 ............... H .......... W .......... 81-58 3-24-89 ............. N .......... W .......... 97-81 11-29-02 ........... N .......... W .......... 59-54 Navy (2-0) 11-25-01 ........... H .......... W .......... 73-69 12-18-07 ........... H .......... W .......... 91-33

Nevada (6-3) Record at SDSU ................................ 3-1 Record at Nevada .............................. 2-2 Record at Neutral............................... 1-0 Most Points SDSU .................... 90, 1984 Most Points Nevada.................. 74, 2004 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 46, 1984 Largest Margin Nevada ............ 19, 2004 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 3 Longest Nevada Win Streak ................. 2 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 3 1-2-84 ............... H .......... W .......... 90-44 11-24-03 ........... H .......... W .......... 67-52 12-7-04 ..............A ...........L ........... 55-74 11-14-06 ........... H ...........L ........... 62-68 11-11-07 ............A .......... W .......... 67-61 11-27-10 ............A ...........L ........... 61-63 1-23-13 ............. H .......... W .......... 69-57 2-23-13 ..............A .......... W .......... 58-45 3-14-13 ............. N .......... W .......... 67-39 New Mexico (24-27) Record at SDSU ............................ 10-10 Record at UNM .............................. 10-11 Record at Neutral............................... 4-6 Most Points SDSU .................... 98, 1995 Most Points UNM ...................... 86, 2001 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 58, 1994 Largest Margin UNM................. 34, 2004 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................. 10 Longest UNM Win Streak ................... 19 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 6 1-18-92 ............. H .......... W .......... 91-44 2-15-92 ..............A .......... W .......... 74-52 1-24-93 ..............A .......... W .......... 54-44 2-18-93 ............. H .......... W .......... 78-51 2-11-94 ..............A .......... W .......... 98-52 2-20-94 ............. H .......... W .......... 96-38 3-9-94 ............... N .......... W .......... 95-60 1-19-95 ............. H .......... W .......... 85-61 2-11-95 ..............A .......... W .......... 75-47 3-8-95 ................A .......... W .......... 57-39 1-18-96 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-62 1-27-96 ............. H .......... W .......... 74-52 3-5-97 ............... N .......... W .......... 57-50 1-7-99 ............... H ...........L ........... 53-66 2-4-99 ................A ...........L ........... 51-75 1-20-00 ..............A ...........L ........... 47-65 2-17-00 ............. H ...........L ........... 60-66 1-20-01 ..............A ...........L ........... 66-86 2-15-01 ............. H .......... W .......... 56-53 3-7-01 ............... N ...........L ........... 49-55 1-23-02 ............. H ...........L ........... 49-58 2-23-02 ..............A ...........L ........... 53-63 3-6-02 ............... N ...........L ........... 52-65 1-30-03 ..............A ...........L ........... 42-75 3-1-03 ............... H ...........L ........... 46-64 3-12-03 ............. N ...........L ........... 49-54 1-29-04 ..............A ...........L ........... 42-76 2-28-04 ............. H ...........L ........... 44-47 1-29-05 ............. H ...........L ........... 53-72 2-24-05 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-78 3-9-05 ............... N ...........L ........... 52-81 1-25-06 ..............A ...........L ........... 45-76 2-25-06 ............. H ...........L ........... 48-75 (continued next page)


ALL-TIME SCORES New Mexico (cont.) 1-31-07 ..............A ...........L ........... 46-76 3-3-07 ............... H ...........L ........... 48-67 1-12-08 ............. H ...........L ........... 47-60 2-13-08 ..............A ...........L ........... 54-63 3-15-08 ............. N ...........L ........... 59-62 1-21-09 ..............A .......... W .......... 57-52 2-21-09 ............. H .......... W .......... 75-64 1-6-10 ................A .......... W .......... 61-39 2-6-10 ............... H ...........L ........... 58-65 1-15-11 ............. H .......... W .......... 56-53 2-15-11 ..............A .......... W .......... 50-44 3-8-11 ............... N ...........L ........... 57-65 1-18-12 ............. H .......... W .......... 77-47 2-15-12 ..............A .......... W .......... 57-44 3-10-12 ............. N .......... W .......... 57-43 1-26-13 ..............A .......... W .......... 63-39 2-27-13 ............. H .......... W .......... 72-44 3-15-13 ............. N .......... W .......... 67-39 New Mexico State (2-0) 12-18-82 ........... H .......... W .......... 90-65 1-3-86 ............... N .......... W .......... 65-56 New Orleans (1-0) 12-7-85 ............. N .......... W .......... 60-58 Nicholls State (1-0) 11-26-88 ........... N .......... W .......... 88-45 North Carolina (0-1) 1-13-83 ..............A ...........L ........... 74-84 North Carolina-Greensboro (1-0) 12-28-11 ........... H .......... W .......... 57-29 North Carolina State (0-0) Potential first meeting in 2013-14 North Texas (1-0) 11-23-96 ........... N .......... W .......... 64-40 Northern Arizona (7-1) 12-29-76 ........... H .......... W .......... 64-44 1-13-78 ..............A .......... W .......... 77-65 1-5-82 ............... H .......... W .......... 77-42 12-18-89 ........... H .......... W .......... 66-53 1-3-95 ................A .......... W .......... 72-58 1-2-96 ............... H .......... W .......... 66-61 12-28-99 ............A ...........L ........... 57-65 12-30-00 ........... H .......... W .......... 58-50 Northern Colorado (2-0) 12-11-79 ........... H .......... W .......... 85-61 12-04-04 ........... H .......... W .......... 68-65 Northern Illinois (1-1) 1-2-88 ............... H .......... W ........ 103-92 1-3-90 ............... H ...........L ........... 79-99 Northwestern State (1-0) 11-14-08 ........... H .......... W .......... 67-47 Notre Dame (1-1) 3-21-81 ............. N .......... W .......... 71-34 11-26-09 ........... N ...........L ........... 79-84

Oklahoma (1-1) 1-6-82 ............... H .......... W .......... 68-65 11-27-09 ........... N ...........L ........... 48-87 Oklahoma State (0-1) 12-30-12 ........... H ...........L ........... 72-80 Old Dominion (0-3) 1-11-82 ............. H ...........L ........... 62-79 1-16-83 ..............A ...........L ........... 76-79 2-25-89 ............. N ...........L ........... 69-90 Oral Roberts (1-1) 2-23-88 ............. H .......... W .......... 86-61 12-20-03 ........... H ...........L ........... 54-63 Oregon (3-3) 1-6-83 ............... H .......... W .......... 79-71 3-16-84 ............. N .......... W .......... 70-63 3-25-89 ............. N ...........L ........... 64-67 12-30-93 ........... H .......... W .......... 84-77 12-20-95 ............A ...........L ........... 52-59 3-15-97 ............. N ...........L ........... 68-80 Oregon State (2-4) 12-31-82 ........... H ...........L ........... 49-54 12-31-84 ........... H ...........L ........... 68-66 12-17-92 ........... H .......... W .......... 61-50 12-11-94 ........... H ...........L ........... 55-59 11-16-97 ........... H .......... W .......... 63-56 11-17-98 ............A ...........L ........... 67-71 Pacific (6-5) 1-27-81 ............. H ...........L ........... 62-70 1-23-86 ............. H .......... W .......... 97-80 2-20-86 ..............A ...........L ......... 75-102 2-2-87 ................A .......... W .......... 85-74 2-26-87 ............. H .......... W .......... 80-52 1-4-88 ................A .......... W .......... 77-56 3-3-88 ............... H .......... W ........ 101-58 12-16-88 ........... H .......... W .......... 76-55 3-4-89 ................A ...........L ........... 68-85 1-18-90 ..............A ...........L ........... 64-68 2-17-90 ............. H ...........L ........... 68-82 Penn (1-0) 12-30-11 ........... H .......... W .......... 51-37 Penn State (0-2) 12-4-97 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-70 11-28-98 ........... H ...........L ........... 53-76 Pepperdine (13-7) 1-6-77 ............... N .......... W .......... 62-45 12-12-77 (ot) ..... H ...........L ........... 71-72 2-17-78 ..............A ...........L ........... 64-75 12-3-78 ............. H ...........L ........... 53-59 2-7-79 ................A ...........L ........... 44-60 12-13-79 ........... N .......... W .......... 65-46 11-22-80 ............A .......... W .......... 78-61 12-9-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 58-52 12-1-81 ..............A .......... W .......... 75-50 2-12-81 ............. H .......... W .......... 58-52 11-27-82 ............A ...........L ........... 59-62 12-8-83 ............. H .......... W .......... 95-82 12-27-83 ............A .......... W ........ 103-81

Pepperdine (cont.) 12-3-94 ............. H .......... W .......... 59-56 1-4-96 ................A .......... W .......... 74-62 12-7-96 ............. H .......... W .......... 66-51 12-10-05 ............A ...........L ........... 56-70 12-21-06 ........... H .......... W .......... 64-53 12-8-09 (ot) ....... H ...........L ........... 61-62 12-7-10 ..............A .......... W .......... 75-61 Pittsburgh (1-1) 12-30-95 ........... H .......... W .......... 83-69 12-22-05 ............A ...........L ........... 56-78 Portland (0-2) 11-20-99 ........... N ...........L ........... 49-50 11-20-11 ........... N ...........L ........... 58-59 Portland State (4-2) 12-12-86 ........... H .......... W .......... 92-63 11-28-97 (ot) ..... N ...........L ........... 66-68 11-28-00 ............A .......... W .......... 53-50 1-5-02 ............... H .......... W .......... 73-51 1-09-03 .............A ...........L ........... 55-59 12-16-05 ........... H .......... W .......... 75-71 Prairie View A&M (2-0) 12-1-01 ............. N .......... W .......... 68-46 11-29-08 ........... N .......... W .......... 58-53 Princeton (1-0) 12-19-93 ........... N .......... W .......... 59-47 Providence (1-0) 2-26-89 ............. N .......... W .......... 77-69 Purdue (2-1) 3-20-81 ............. N .......... W .......... 72-48 12-4-87 ............. H .......... W .......... 80-74 11-26-93 ........... N ...........L ........... 60-86 Queens College (1-0) 12-28-81 ............A .......... W .......... 81-64 Quinnipiac (0-1) 12-28-07 ........... H ...........L ........... 59-78 Radford (2-1) 3-23-89 ............. N .......... W .......... 99-92 12-29-96 ........... N ...........L ........... 59-65 12-28-01 ........... H .......... W .......... 89-42 Rice (0-2) 1-25-98 ............. H ...........L ........... 63-66 2-19-98 ..............A ...........L ........... 61-66 Rutgers (0-1) 12-30-85 ........... N ...........L ........... 66-76 Sacramento State (3-0) Record at SDSU ................................ 2-0 Record at SSU ................................... 1-0 Most Points SDSU .................... 77, 2003 Most Points SSU....................... 68, 2003 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 28, 2008 Largest Margin SSU .......................... n/a Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 3

Sacramento State (cont.) Longest SSU Win Streak ................... n/a Current Streak ........................... SDSU 3 12-16-01 ........... H .......... W .......... 72-51 1-11-03 ..............A .......... W .......... 77-68 12-28-08 ........... H .......... W .......... 75-47 St. John’s (1-1) 12-11-92 ........... H .......... W .......... 51-42 12-29-94 ............A ...........L ........... 77-81 Saint Mary’s (2-3) 11-24-90 ............A ...........L ........... 68-83 11-25-02 ............A ...........L ........... 47-60 11-21-03 ........... H ...........L ........... 47-52 12-10-06 ........... H .......... W .......... 62-57 11-17-07 ............A .......... W .......... 83-60 San Diego (28-8) Record at SDSU .............................. 19-4 Record at USD................................... 9-4 Record at Neutral............................... 0-0 Most Points SDSU .................... 98, 1978 Most Points USD ...................... 76, twice Largest Margin SDSU ............... 81, 1978 Largest Margin USD ................. 30, 2006 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................. 17 Longest USD Win Streak ...................... 5 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 1 2-28-78 ............. H .......... W .......... 83-31 12-11-78 ........... H .......... W .......... 98-17 3-2-79 ............... H .......... W .......... 74-35 1-22-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 80-41 2-28-80 ..............A .......... W .......... 75-21 12-2-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 79-34 2-26-81 ..............A .......... W .......... 65-46 12-10-81 ........... H .......... W .......... 76-57 2-10-82 ..............A .......... W .......... 72-46 1-8-83 ............... H .......... W .......... 83-56 12-3-83 ............. H .......... W .......... 74-51 12-6-83 ..............A .......... W .......... 73-44 12-4-84 ............. H .......... W .......... 97-57 12-11-85 ............A .......... W .......... 67-54 12-21-86 ........... H .......... W .......... 73-63 12-1-87 ..............A .......... W .......... 85-61 12-6-88 ............. H .......... W .......... 82-47 12-6-89 ............. H ...........L ........... 68-76 11-27-90 ........... H .......... W .......... 79-75 11-23-91 ............A .......... W .......... 72-68 12-2-92 ............. H .......... W .......... 72-66 12-4-93 ..............A .......... W .......... 72-51 11-30-94 ........... H .......... W .......... 67-62 11-28-95 ............A .......... W .......... 60-47 11-26-96 ........... H .......... W .......... 55-34 12-11-02 ............A ...........L ........... 53-72 12-10-03 ........... H ...........L ........... 60-65 11-23-04 ............A ...........L ........... 49-64 11-22-05 ........... H ...........L ........... 57-67 11-19-06 ............A ...........L ........... 46-76 12-5-07 ............. H .......... W .......... 58-53 11-25-08 ............A ...........L ........... 60-63 11-17-09 ........... H .......... W .......... 79-52 11-30-10 (ot) ......A .......... W .......... 72-63 12-5-11 ............. H ...........L ........... 45-56 12-8-12 ..............A .......... W .......... 58-54

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ALL-TIME SCORES San Francisco (3-4) 1-3-81 ................A ...........L ........... 52-61 11-29-81 ........... H .......... W .......... 62-47 12-11-82 ........... H .......... W .......... 80-61 1-5-91 ................A ...........L ........... 63-65 1-7-93 ................A .......... W .......... 78-56 11-14-98 ........... H ...........L ........... 43-54 12-1-99 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-67 San JosĂŠ State (16-4) Record at SDSU ................................ 8-1 Record at SJSU ................................. 7-1 Record at Neutral............................... 1-2 Most Points SDSU .................... 97, twice Most Points SJSU ..................... 83, 1977 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 45, 1997 Largest Margin SJSU................ 22, 1990 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 9 Longest SJSU Win Streak .................... 2 Current Streak ............................ SJSU 2 12-3-77 ............. N .......... W .......... 89-83 11-16-79 ........... N ...........L ........... 46-56 12-21-84 ........... H .......... W .......... 97-67 1-31-87 ..............A .......... W .......... 64-60 2-28-87 ............. H .......... W .......... 97-56 1-16-88 ..............A .......... W .......... 95-69 2-11-88 ............. H .......... W .......... 96-54 1-12-89 ............. H .......... W .......... 77-64 2-11-89 ..............A .......... W .......... 84-52 1-20-90 ..............A .......... W .......... 84-74 3-1-90 ............... H .......... W .......... 66-42 3-7-90 ............... N ...........L ........... 59-81 1-2-97 ................A .......... W .......... 82-37 2-1-97 ............... H .......... W .......... 92-47 1-4-98 ............... H .......... W .......... 68-55 1-29-98 ..............A .......... W .......... 77-49 1-28-99 ............. H .......... W .......... 89-51 2-27-99 ..............A .......... W .......... 78-46 12-6-00 ..............A ...........L ........... 54-59 12-6-01 ............. H ...........L ........... 62-65 Santa Clara (1-1) 12-14-81 ........... H .......... W .......... 65-48 1-6-04 ............... H ...........L ........... 68-70 Seton Hall (1-0) 12-28-91 ............A ...........L ........... 61-71 South Carolina (0-1) 11-28-09 ........... N ...........L ........... 55-58 Southern Illinois (0-3) 12-15-84 ........... H ...........L ........... 73-77 11-29-85 ............A ...........L ........... 55-76 12-6-86 ............. N ...........L ........... 57-59 Southern Methodist (1-4) 1-17-98 ..............A ...........L ........... 62-71 2-12-98 ............. H ...........L ........... 54-66 12-14-03 ........... H ...........L ........... 55-64 12-22-04 ............A ...........L ........... 36-80 12-28-12 ........... H .......... W .......... 88-72

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Southern Utah (5-0) 12-8-90 ............. N .......... W .......... 89-46 12-20-94 ........... H .......... W .......... 77-51 12-30-04 ........... H .......... W .......... 51-37 11-24-06 ............A .......... W .......... 55-52 11-20-07 ........... H .......... W .......... 86-52 Stanford (4-4) 2-12-83 ..............A ...........L ........... 60-78 3-8-83 ............... H ...........L ........... 72-85 2-11-84 ............. H .......... W .......... 81-67 3-10-84 ..............A .......... W .......... 86-43 2-9-85 ................A .......... W .......... 73-59 3-8-85 ............... H .......... W .......... 76-60 12-10-89 ........... H ...........L ......... 45-109 3-23-09 ............. H ...........L ........... 49-77 Stephen F. Austin (0-1) 11-22-96 ........... N ...........L ........... 62-67 Temple (1-0) 1-4-86 ............... N .......... W .......... 66-61 Tennessee-Martin (0-1) 12-29-03 ........... N ...........L ........... 56-59 Tennessee Tech (1-0) 12-3-88 ............. H .......... W .......... 78-56 Texas (2-1) 11-26-95 ............A ...........L ........... 58-69 12-30-08 ............. H .......... W .......... 60-55 3-21-10 ..............A .......... W .......... 74-63 Texas-El Paso (18-4) 12-10-82 ........... H .......... W ........ 105-72 1-4-84 ............... H .......... W ........ 116-59 1-14-84 ..............A .......... W .......... 85-65 11-23-84 ........... H .......... W .......... 92-52 12-29-87 ........... H .......... W .......... 79-68 1-19-91 (2ot) ......A ...........L ........... 71-77 2-16-91 ............. H .......... W .......... 84-62 1-30-92 ..............A .......... W .......... 82-64 2-29-92 ............. H .......... W .......... 80-44 1-22-93 ..............A ...........L ........... 59-70 2-20-93 ............. H ...........L ........... 53-54 2-13-94 ..............A .......... W .......... 67-65 2-18-94 ............. H .......... W .......... 69-53 1-21-95 ............. H .......... W .......... 73-50 2-9-95 ................A .......... W .......... 72-56 3-10-95 ............. N .......... W .......... 71-49 1-20-96 ..............A .......... W .......... 81-71 1-25-96 ............. H .......... W .......... 62-40 1-22-97 ............. H .......... W .......... 75-42 2-26-97 ..............A .......... W .......... 81-52 1-9-99 ............... H .......... W .......... 67-50 1-9-99 ................A ...........L ........... 58-64 Texas-Pan American (1-0) 1-9-04 ............... H .......... W .......... 59-38 Texas-San Antonio (1-1) 12-30-89 ........... N ...........L ........... 65-67 12-28-10 ........... H .......... W .......... 72-52

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Texas A&M (0-3) Record at SDSU ................................ 0-2 Record at TAMU ................................ 0-0 Record at Neutral............................... 0-1 Most Points SDSU .................... 72, 1994 Most Points TAMU .................... 96, 2010 Largest Margin SDSU ........................ n/a Largest Margin TAMU............... 44, 2010 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................ n/a Longest TAMU Win Streak ................... 3 Current Streak ........................... TAMU 3 12-20-92 ........... H ...........L ........... 62-63 3-20-94 ............. N ...........L ........... 72-75 12-30-10 ........... H ...........L ........... 52-96 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2-0) 1-17-00 ............. H .......... W .......... 57-52 1-7-01 ................A .......... W ........... 67-59 TCU (6-13) 1-15-98 ..............A ...........L ........... 68-83 2-14-98 ............. H .......... W .......... 72-66 1-4-00 ............... H .......... W .......... 63-51 12-2-01 ..............A ...........L ........... 49-75 1-18-06 ............. H ...........L ........... 60-77 2-18-06 ..............A ...........L ........... 49-80 1-28-07 ..............A ...........L ........... 57-83 2-28-07 ............. H ...........L ........... 61-78 1-9-08 ................A ...........L ........... 63-86 2-9-08 ............... H ...........L ........... 54-75 3-14-08 ............. N .......... W .......... 69-67 1-28-09 ..............A ...........L ........... 62-65 2-28-09 ............. H .......... W .......... 68-63 1-16-10 ..............A ...........L ........... 63-80 2-16-10 ............. H .......... W .......... 84-61 1-5-11 ............... H ...........L ........... 47-49 2-5-11 ................A ...........L ........... 52-63 1-11-12 ............. H .......... W .......... 61-46 2-4-12 ................A ...........L ........... 39-58 Texas State (0-1) 12-28-96 ........... N ...........L ........... 65-68 Texas Tech (1-2) 12-15-78 ........... N .......... W .......... 52-50 11-28-86 ........... N ...........L ........... 45-79 12-18-90 ........... H ...........L ........... 57-72 Toledo (0-2) 11-23-97 ........... H ...........L ........... 67-75 12-28-98 ............A ...........L ........... 72-89 Tulsa (1-1) 2-21-98 ..............A ...........L ........... 52-54 1-22-98 ............. H .......... W .......... 80-58 UC Irvine (19-6) 12-16-77 ........... H .......... W .......... 93-55 12-19-78 ........... H .......... W .......... 69-54 2-24-79 ..............A .......... W .......... 54-53 12-8-79 ............. H .......... W .......... 67-66 12-17-79 ............A .......... W .......... 47-42 1-18-82 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-58 2-15-82 ............. H .......... W .......... 64-60 1-30-86 ..............A .......... W .......... 57-52 2-15-86 ............. H ...........L ........... 69-82

UC Irvine (cont.) 3-6-86 ............... N .......... W .......... 73-56 1-3-87 ............... H ...........L ........... 48-50 1-26-87 ..............A ...........L ........... 53-55 1-9-88 ............... H .......... W .......... 91-45 2-4-88 ................A .......... W .......... 59-55 1-5-89 ................A .......... W .......... 78-47 2-13-89 ............. H .......... W .......... 85-62 1-27-90 ............. H .......... W .......... 67-39 2-22-90 ..............A .......... W .......... 67-54 12-17-91 ........... H .......... W .......... 70-49 12-4-02 (ot) ...... H ...........L ........... 58-61 12-2-03 ..............A .......... W .......... 51-40 11-13-09 ............A .......... W .......... 64-42 11-23-10 ........... H ...........L ........... 66-68 12-16-11 ............A .......... W .......... 76-57 11-14-12 ........... H .......... W .......... 63-53 UCLA (6-22) Record at SDSU ................................ 4-9 Record at UCLA............................... 2-12 Record at Neutral............................... 0-1 Most Points SDSU .................... 96, 1986 Most Points UCLA ..........104, 1978, 1998 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 25, 1992 Largest Margin UCLA ............... 60, 1978 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 3 Longest UCLA Win Streak .................... 8 Current Streak ............................UCLA 5 1-25-77 ..............A ...........L ........... 42-93 2-25-77 ............. H ...........L ........... 45-98 2-28-78 ............. H ...........L ........... 49-96 2-22-78 ..............A ...........L ......... 44-104 1-25-79 ..............A ...........L ........... 30-90 2-23-79 ............. H ...........L ........... 51-84 1-8-80 ............... H ...........L ........... 60-73 2-7-80 ................A ...........L ........... 63-95 2-3-81 ............... H .......... W .......... 64-56 3-6-81 ................A ...........L ........... 61-82 3-14-81 ............. N ...........L ........... 54-61 2-2-82 ............... H ...........L ........... 64-70 3-3-82 ................A ...........L ........... 51-76 1-29-83 ............. H ...........L ........... 56-72 2-23-83 ..............A ...........L ......... 58-100 1-28-84 ............. H .......... W .......... 82-66 2-15-84 ..............A .......... W .......... 71-68 1-19-85 ............. H .......... W .......... 77-68 2-27-85 ..............A ...........L ........... 64-86 1-28-86 ............. H .......... W .......... 96-77 12-29-86 ............A ...........L ........... 56-81 1-3-92 ............... H ...........L ........... 59-82 12-6-92 ..............A .......... W .......... 77-52 12-11-98 ........... H ...........L ......... 56-104 12-9-99 ..............A ...........L ........... 61-82 11-12-10 ........... H ...........L ........... 48-55 11-30-11 ............A ...........L ........... 71-78 11-10-12 ............A ...........L ........... 52-66 UC Davis (2-1) 12-3-05 ..............A ...........L ........... 36-58 12-30-05 ........... H .......... W .......... 59-45 11-17-06 ........... H .......... W .......... 59-52


ALL-TIME SCORES UC Riverside (4-2) Record at SDSU ................................ 2-1 Record at UCR .................................. 2-1 Most Points SDSU .................... 94, 1990 Most Points UCR ...................... 71, 2005 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 34, 1983 Largest Margin UCR ................. 12, 2004 Longest SDSU Win Streak ......... 2, twice Longest UCR Win Streak...................... 2 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 2 12-20-83 ............A .......... W .......... 92-58 12-28-90 ........... H .......... W .......... 94-61 12-20-04 ........... H ...........L ........... 53-65 11-26-05 ............A ...........L ........... 66-71 12-4-08 ............. H .......... W .......... 54-52 12-4-09 ..............A .......... W .......... 66-59 UC San Diego (1-1) 11-28-78 ........... H .......... W .......... 72-33 11-23-01 ........... H ...........L ........... 59-63 UC Santa Barbara (15-6) Record at SDSU ................................ 9-2 Record at UCSB ................................ 5-4 Record at Neutral............................... 1-0 Most Points SDSU .................. 122, 1984 Most Points UCSB .................... 82, 1997 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 60, 1984 Largest Margin UCSB ............... 28, 1998 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 6 Longest UCSB Win Streak ................... 2 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 1 2-12-77 ..............A ...........L ........... 43-56 1-20-78 ............. H .......... W .......... 66-57 2-3-78 ................A ...........L ........... 59-73 1-13-79 ..............A .......... W .......... 51-47 2-17-79 ............. H .......... W .......... 55-37 11-16-79 ........... N .......... W .......... 67-45 1-7-84 ............... H .......... W ........ 122-62 1-25-86 ............. H .......... W .......... 88-57 2-8-86 ................A ...........L ........... 63-77 2-5-87 ............... H .......... W .......... 67-57 2-19-87 ..............A .......... W .......... 69-57 1-7-88 ............... H .......... W .......... 77-51 2-6-88 ................A .......... W .......... 78-39 1-7-89 ................A .......... W .......... 91-61 2-2-89 ............... H .......... W .......... 69-55 1-25-90 ............. H ...........L ........... 57-64 2-24-90 ..............A .......... W .......... 53-51 12-13-90 ........... H .......... W .......... 76-71 12-15-97 ........... H ...........L ........... 79-82 1-2-99 ................A ...........L ........... 50-78 3-20-13 ............. H .......... W .......... 68-45 UNLV (25-22) Record at SDSU .............................. 15-7 Record at UNLV............................. 10-15 Record at Neutral............................... 0-0 Most Points SDSU .................... 92, 1997 Most Points UNLV .................. 102, 1986 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 44, 1997 Largest Margin UNLV ............... 41, 2001 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 7 Longest UNLV Win Streak .................... 9 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 6 2-2-79 ................A ...........L ........... 58-78

UNLV (cont.) 11-30-79 ............A ...........L ........... 67-90 2-1-80 ............... H .......... W .......... 75-67 12-13-80 ............A .......... W .......... 70-61 1-26-81 ............. H .......... W .......... 78-59 3-15-85 ..............A .......... W .......... 70-68 2-1-86 ............... H .......... W .......... 77-71 2-6-86 ................A ...........L ......... 75-102 1-24-87 ..............A ...........L ........... 52-85 2-7-87 ............... H ...........L ........... 58-63 1-21-88 ............. H .......... W .......... 69-63 2-20-88 ..............A ...........L ........... 62-67 1-21-89 ..............A .......... W .......... 55-51 2-16-89 ............. H .......... W .......... 65-64 1-9-90 ............... H ...........L ........... 60-91 2-3-90 ................A ...........L ........... 51-91 1-9-97 ............... H .......... W .......... 92-48 2-8-97 ................A .......... W .......... 62-50 1-29-00 ............. H .......... W .......... 54-52 2-26-00 ..............A ...........L ........... 63-69 1-27-01 ............. H ...........L ........... 41-82 2-24-01 ..............A ...........L ........... 67-68 1-12-02 ..............A ...........L ........... 55-67 2-9-02 ............... H ...........L ........... 49-57 1-18-03 ............. H ...........L ........... 49-50 2-15-03 ..............A ...........L ........... 61-81 1-17-04 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-76 2-14-04 ............. H ...........L ........... 56-65 1-15-05 ............. H .......... W .......... 76-60 2-12-05 ..............A ...........L ........... 54-77 1-14-06 ..............A ...........L ........... 54-71 2-15-06 ............. H ...........L ........... 48-64 1-6-07 ................A ...........L ........... 54-71 2-8-07 ............... H .......... W .......... 67-54 1-26-08 ..............A .......... W .......... 75-55 2-27-08 ............. H .......... W .......... 68-50 2-4-09 ............... H .......... W .......... 83-58 3-7-09 ................A .......... W .......... 61-55 3-14-09 ..............A .......... W .......... 71-63 1-13-10 ............. H .......... W .......... 70-41 2-13-10 ..............A ...........L ........... 59-66 1-11-11 ..............A .......... W .......... 55-52 2-12-11 ............. H .......... W .......... 77-60 1-14-12 (ot) ........A .......... W .......... 66-62 2-11-12 ............. H .......... W .......... 77-64 1-16-13 ..............A .......... W .......... 74-60 2-17-13 ............. H .......... W .......... 86-50 USC (6-26) Record at SDSU ................................ 4-8 Record at USC................................. 2-18 Record at Neutral............................... 0-0 Most Points SDSU .................... 84, 1984 Most Points USC .................... 102, 1982 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 34, 2012 Largest Margin USC ................. 36, 1982 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 2 Longest USC Win Streak .................... 15 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 1 1-21-77 ..............A .......... W .......... 62-59 2-8-77 ............... H ...........L ........... 61-85 1-17-78 ............. H ...........L ........... 57-69 2-7-78 ............... H ...........L ........... 83-99 1-20-79 ............. H ...........L ........... 47-61 3-1-79 ............... H ...........L ........... 44-67 2-5-80 ............... H ...........L ........... 62-65

USC (cont.) 2-29-80 ..............A ...........L ........... 63-66 1-21-81 ............. H ...........L ........... 46-75 3-8-81 ................A ...........L ........... 45-58 2-6-82 ............... H ...........L ........... 59-77 3-5-82 ................A ...........L ........... 55-73 12-14-82 ........... H ...........L ......... 66-102 2-26-83 ..............A ...........L ........... 63-89 1-19-84 ..............A ...........L ......... 84-101 2-18-84 ............. H ...........L ........... 67-86 1-28-85 ..............A .......... W .......... 61-59 2-23-85 ............. H ...........L ........... 77-90 2-4-86 ............... H ...........L ........... 73-91 12-9-86 ..............A ...........L ........... 77-90 12-2-89 ............. H ...........L ........... 66-73 12-4-90 ............. H ...........L ........... 54-68 12-3-91 ............. H .......... W .......... 71-64 1-3-93 ............... H .......... W .......... 63-61 1-2-94 ................A ...........L ........... 62-82 12-6-94 ............. H ...........L ........... 55-67 12-6-95 ..............A .......... W .......... 67-66 12-1-96 ............. H ...........L ........... 60-71 12-13-97 ............A ...........L ........... 51-62 12-4-99 ............. H ...........L ........... 60-72 12-19-10 ............A ...........L ........... 64-74 11-30-12 ........... H .......... W .......... 80-46 U.S. International (3-0) 11-13-79 ............A .......... W .......... 85-25 2-8-80 ................A .......... W .......... forfeit 11-17-81 ........... H .......... W .......... 90-39 Utah (15-31) 12-15-79 ........... N .......... W .......... 57-54 12-4-82 ..............A ...........L ........... 77-87 1-12-91 ............. H .......... W .......... 87-80 2-9-91 ................A ...........L ........... 58-79 2-6-92 ............... H .......... W .......... 74-51 3-7-92 ................A ...........L ........... 61-71 2-4-93 ................A ...........L ........... 42-68 3-6-93 ............... H .......... W .......... 63-57 3-12-93 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-74 1-13-94 ............. H .......... W .......... 62-38 2-25-94 ..............A .......... W .......... 71-52 1-12-95 ..............A .......... W .......... 70-55 2-25-95 ............. H .......... W .......... 71-55 3-11-95 ............. N ...........L ........... 57-64 1-13-96 ............. H .......... W .......... 67-55 2-22-96 ..............A ...........L ........... 56-69 3-8-97 ............... N .......... W .......... 56-50 1-14-99 ..............A ...........L ........... 60-74 2-11-99 ............. H ...........L ........... 42-64 1-13-00 ............. H ...........L ........... 44-53 2-10-00 ..............A ...........L ........... 38-63 1-13-01 ............. H ...........L ........... 47-56 2-8-01 ................A ...........L ........... 46-62 2-2-02 ................A ...........L ........... 59-75 2-28-02 ............. H ...........L ........... 45-47 1-25-03 ............. H ...........L ........... 44-59 2-20-03 ..............A ...........L ........... 22-66 2-5-04 ............... H ...........L ........... 29-56 3-6-04 ................A ...........L ........... 51-63 3-10-04 ............. N ...........L ........... 51-68 2-5-05 ................A ...........L ........... 52-65 3-3-05 ............... H ...........L ........... 54-64 1-11-06 ............. H ...........L ........... 39-76

Utah (cont.) 2-11-06 ..............A ...........L ........... 43-78 1-4-07 ................A ...........L ............ 48-51 2-3-07 ............... H .......... W .......... 71-66 1-16-08 ..............A ...........L ........... 62-74 2-16-08 ............. H ...........L ........... 51-63 1-11-09 ..............A ...........L ........... 52-58 2-11-09 ............. H .......... W .......... 55-49 3-14-09 ............. N ...........L ........... 58-63 1-20-10 ............. H .......... W .......... 51-42 2-21-10 ..............A ...........L ........... 55-73 3-13-10 (ot) ....... N .......... W .......... 70-60 1-8-11 (ot) ......... H ...........L ........... 67-70 2-9-11 ................A .......... W .......... 50-49 Utah State (3-0) Record at SDSU ................................ 2-0 Record at USU................................... 1-0 Most Points SDSU .................. 132, 1983 Most Points USU ...................... 63, 1982 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 58, 1983 Largest Margin USU .......................... n/a Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 3 Longest USU Win Streak ................... n/a Current Streak ........................... SDSU 3 12-5-80 ............. H .......... W .......... 79-51 12-2-82 ..............A .......... W .......... 96-63 12-16-83 ........... H .......... W ........ 132-64 Utah Valley (1-1) 2-10-05 ............. H .......... W .......... 91-45 11-22-06 ............A ...........L ........... 44-75 Villanova (1-0) 12-29-92 ............A .......... W .......... 56-54 Virginia (0-1) 12-29-81 ........... N ...........L ........... 34-38 Wake Forest (1-0) 12-28-09 ........... H .......... W .......... 63-62 Washington (1-1) 11-26-11 ........... H .......... W .......... 63-51 12-5-12 ..............A ...........L ........... 58-59 Washington State (3-2) 11-23-81 ........... H .......... W .......... 59-58 12-22-03 ............A .......... W .......... 63-56 12-11-04 ........... H ...........L ........... 50-55 12-21-10 ........... H .......... W .......... 66-57 12-2-11 ..............A ...........L ........... 50-65 Weber State (0-1) 12-1-82 (ot) ........A ...........L ........... 93-95 West Texas A&M (1-0) 11-24-84 ........... N .......... W .......... 82-63 West Virginia (2-0) 12-31-85 ........... N .......... W .......... 73-71 3-23-10 ............. N .......... W .......... 64-55 Western Michigan (1-0) 12-30-07 ........... H .......... W .......... 77-72

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ALL-TIME SCORES Wichita State (1-1) 11-19-05 ............A ...........L ........... 79-91 12-3-06 (ot) ....... H .......... W .......... 74-73 Wyoming (23-24) Record at SDSU .............................. 13-8 Record at WYO................................ 6-15 Record at Neutral............................... 4-1 Most Points SDSU .................... 83, 1992 Most Points WYO ..................... 86, 2002 Largest Margin SDSU ............... 31, 1997 Largest Margin WYO ................ 35, 2002 Longest SDSU Win Streak ................... 5 Longest WYO Win Streak ................... 12 Current Streak ........................... SDSU 5 2-2-91 (ot) ......... H .......... W .......... 79-75 3-2-91 ................A ...........L ........... 58-69 1-23-92 ............. H .......... W .......... 83-63 2-22-92 ..............A .......... W .......... 78-69 3-12-92 ............. N .......... W .......... 66-58 1-30-93 ............. H .......... W .......... 53-48 2-25-93 ..............A ...........L ........... 72-78 1-29-94 ..............A .......... W .......... 76-54 2-4-94 ............... H .......... W .......... 70-61 1-26-95 ..............A .......... W .......... 68-49 2-4-95 ............... H .......... W .......... 81-55 2-3-96 ................A ...........L ........... 60-66 2-10-96 ............. H .......... W .......... 55-38 1-16-97 ..............A .......... W .......... 54-48 2-15-97 ............. H .......... W .......... 79-48 2-3-00 ............... H ...........L ........... 71-78 3-2-00 ................A ...........L ........... 55-63 2-1-01 ............... H .......... W .......... 58-50 3-3-01 ................A ...........L ........... 59-73 1-19-02 ..............A ...........L ........... 51-86 2-14-02 ............ H ...........L ........... 43-53 2-8-03 .............. H ...........L ........... 52-66 3-5-03 ................A ...........L ........... 43-60 1-22-04 ............. H ...........L ........... 60-71 2-21-04 ..............A ...........L ........... 46-71 1-22-05 ..............A ...........L ........... 43-69 2-17-05 ............. H ...........L ........... 66-69 1-28-06 ............. H ...........L ........... 53-64 3-2-06 ................A ...........L ........... 45-78 1-17-07 ..............A ...........L ........... 47-71 2-18-07 ............. H .......... W .......... 55-47 3-7-07 ............... N ...........L ........... 44-56 1-19-08 ..............A ...........L ........... 49-65 2-20-08 ............. H ...........L ........... 44-55 3-12-08 ............. N .......... W .......... 66-54 1-14-09 ............. H .......... W .......... 49-42 2-15-09 ..............A ...........L ........... 61-64 1-9-10 ............... H .......... W .......... 65-50 2-10-10 ..............A ...........L ........... 51-63 1-29-11 ..............A ...........L ........... 51-59 3-2-11 ............... H ...........L ........... 50-63 1-24-12 ............. H .......... W .......... 56-45 2-21-12 ..............A .......... W .......... 68-55 3-9-12 ............... N .......... W .......... 73-55 1-19-13 ............. H .......... W .......... 66-43 2-20-13 ..............A .......... W .......... 57-51 Grey shading indicates 2013-14 opponents

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2012-13 REVIEW 2012-13 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Overall: 27-7  MW: 15-1  Home: 14-2  Away: 10-4  Neutral: 3-1 SDSU SDSU Date Opponent W/L Score Record High Scorer OPP High Scorer High Rebounder N.10 at UCLA L 52-66 0-1 Amarikwa 14 Walker 15 Scurry 9 N.14 UC Irvine W 63-53 1-1 Amarikwa 16 Bernard 18 Amarikwa 12 N.18 CSU Dominguez Hills W 66-30 2-1 Clements 25 Garcia 11 Amarikwa/Scurry 7 N.23 vs. Auburn# W 78-57 3-1 Clements 26 Tyrese Tanner 18 Hopkins 9 N.24 at Colorado# L 53-67 3-2 Clements 19 Roberson 17 Hopkins 6 N.30 USC W 80-46 4-2 Clements 25 Harberts 15 Amarikwa 9 D.5 at Washington L 58-59 4-3 Clements 22 Walton 17 Clements 13 D.8 at San Diego W 58-54 5-3 Clements 28 Barlow/Kame 12 Clark 10 D.16 at Cal Poly W 73-56 6-3 Clements/Hopkins 17 Allison 16 Hopkins 10 D.19 Fresno Pacific W 90-41 7-3 Amarikwa 16 White 15 Nahinu 8 D.28 SMU^ W 88-72 8-3 Hopkins 22 Mays 26 Hopkins 10 D.30 14/13 Oklahoma State^ L 72-80 8-4 Clements/Hopkins 13 Young 30 Hopkins 7 J.2 Savannah State* W 72-51 9-4 Clark 13 Uba 15 Hunter 14 J.9 Fresno State* L 72-80 9-5 Clements 20 Sheedy 18 Amarikwa 7 J.13 at Colorado State* W 48-44 10-5 Clark/Hopkins 13 Duffy 10 Hopkins 8 J.16 at UNLV* W 74-60 11-5 Hopkins 22 Thompson 18 Hopkins/Hunter 11 J.19 Wyoming* W 66-43 12-5 Clements 18 Woodward 12 Hopkins 8 J.23 Nevada* W 69-57 13-5 Hopkins 25 Sharp 15 Hopkins 10 J.26 at New Mexico* W 63-39 14-5 Clements 21 Halasz 9 Three with 7 F.2 Air Force* W 68-46 15-5 Clements 15 Leipprandt 18 Amarikwa/Hopkins 8 F.6 at Boise State* W 64-40 16-5 Amarikwa 14 Henton 11 Clements 7 F.9 at Fresno State* W 74-49 17-5 Clements 20 Moore/Moult 15 Hopkins/Nahinu 11 F.13 Colorado State* W 60-44 18-5 Clements 13 Heimstra 15 Hopkins 7 F.17 UNLV* W 86-50 19-5 Clements 18 Thompson 28 Hunter 8 F.20 at Wyoming* W 57-51 20-5 Clements 22 Sewell 21 Hopkins 11 F.23 at Nevada* W 58-45 21-5 Clements 21 Brennan 17 Hopkins 14 F.27 New Mexico* W 72-44 22-5 Clements 29 Brown/Vaughn 10 Clements 8 M.6 at Air Force* W 73-55 23-5 Culberson 15 Leipprandt 18 Culberson 13 M.9 Boise State* W 86-45 24-5 Clements 26 Pelse 10 Hopkins 11 M.14 vs. Nevada! W 67-39 25-5 Amarikwa/Clements 15 Mungedi/Sharp 10 Amarikwa 10 M.15 vs. New Mexico! W 67-39 26-5 Clements 15 Shumpert 8 Hopkins 14 M.16 vs. Fresno State! L 70-76 26-6 Clements/Hopkins 15 Moore 21 Hopkins 15 M.20 UC Santa Barbara~ W 69-46 27-6 Clements 31 Underwood 23 Hopkins 8 M.23 at Brigham Young~ L 58-69 27-7 Hopkins 17 Beeston 17 Amarikwa 6 # = Omni Hotels Classic (Coors Events Center, Boulder, Colo.) ^ = San Diego Surf ‘N Slam (Viejas Arena) * = Mountain West Game ! = Mountain West Conference Tournament (Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nev.) ~ = WNIT - First and Second Rounds Rankings = AP/Coaches poll

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SDSU Wins (27) Losses (7)

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Totals 11,744 40,016 14,589 66,349

Win/Loss Margin 1

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Att. 2035 462 372 1245 1538 1477 1362 2182 256 403 517 590 372 702 975 618 612 479 7437 1842 518 3601 507 1028 3129 1053 706 253 1043 5285 5936 2123 632 470

Summary Games 16 14 4 34

Home Away Neutral Total

SDSU High Assists Hopkins 6 Harvey 6 Hopkins 9 Hopkins 7 Nahinu 2 Clark 6 Hopkins 4 Hopkins 6 Hopkins 9 Hopkins 13 Hopkins 11 Hopkins 10 Hopkins 9 Hopkins 10 Hopkins 4 Hopkins 10 Hopkins 8 Hopkins 10 Hopkins 5 Three with 3 Hopkins 7 Hopkins 7 Hopkins/Clark 3 Hopkins/Harvey 4 Hopkins 4 Hopkins 3 Hopkins 4 Hopkins 4 Hopkins 12 Hopkins 14 Hopkins 5 Hopkins 8 Hopkins 8 Hopkins 6

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Average 734 1,816 3,647 1,951

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6 1 1

High 1,842 - vs. Air Force (Feb. 2) 7,437 - at New Mexico (Jan. 26) 5,936 - vs. New Mexico (March 15) 7,437 - at New Mexico (Jan. 26)

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10 1

11 1

12 1

13 1

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16 2

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18 1

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20-24 7

25-29 4

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2012-13 REVIEW 2012-13 AZTEC INDIVIDUAL STATS - OVERALL Overall: 27-7  MW: 15-1  Home: 14-2  Away: 10-4  Neutral: 3-1 REBOUNDS No. Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off Def Tot 54 CLEMENTS, Courtney 34-34 1093-32.1 233-561 .415 77-203 .379 64-73 .877 36 124 160 01 HOPKINS, Chelsea 34-34 1160-34.1 167-388 .430 33-85 .388 96-133 .722 40 232 272 25 AMARIKWA, Erimma 34-34 871-25.6 131-260 .504 0-1 .000 64-91 .703 101 112 213 42 NAHINU, Malia 33-31 695-21.1 114-228 .500 2-13 .154 20-28 .714 69 96 165 22 CLARK, Gabrielle 34-32 799-23.5 60-160 .375 20-77 .260 27-30 .900 44 48 92 02 HUNTER, Khristina 31-3 455-14.7 47-90 .522 0-0 .000 13-35 .371 43 69 112 11 HARVEY, Ahjalee 29-0 426-14.7 38-120 .317 16-69 .232 13-20 .650 10 20 30 05 CULBERSON, Desi 32-0 477-14.9 33-87 .379 3-14 .214 25-40 .625 43 48 91 12 SCURRY, Deajanae 15-2 238-15.9 37-78 .474 0-2 .000 8-20 .400 29 31 60 31 STAMPS, Kiyana 22-0 278-12.6 22-78 .282 9-42 .214 6-9 .667 9 14 23 24 LONG, Danesha 22-0 171-7.8 12-31 .387 4-12 .333 4-8 .500 11 11 22 44 BRANDON, Aleiah 17-0 109-6.4 13-21 .619 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3 11 14 04 NOVAK, Niki 14-0 28-2.0 2-9 .222 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 1 1 2 TM TEAM 63 63 126 Total 34 6800 909-2111 .431 164-519 .316 342-489 .699 502 880 1382 Opponents 34 6800 632-1877 .337 114-404 .282 415-615 .675 449 755 1204 SCORE BY PERIODS: San Diego State Opponents

1st 1114 816

2nd 1210 977

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No. Player GP-GS 54 CLEMENTS, Courtney 16-16 01 HOPKINS, Chelsea 16-16 25 AMARIKWA, Erimma 16-16 42 NAHINU, Malia 16-14 22 CLARK, Gabrielle 16-16 11 HARVEY, Ahjalee 16-0 05 CULBERSON, Desi 16-0 31 STAMPS, Kiyana 14-0 12 SCURRY, Deajanae 3-0 02 HUNTER, Khristina 13-2 44 BRANDON, Aleiah 12-0 24 LONG, Danesha 10-0 04 NOVAK, Niki 7-0 TM TEAM Total 16 Opponents 16 SCORE BY PERIODS: San Diego State Opponents

1st 525 364

Total 2324 1793

Avg 4.7 8.0 6.3 5.0 2.7 3.6 1.0 2.8 4.0 1.0 1.0 0.8 0.1 3.7 40.6 35.4

PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 54 0 52 67 19 56 607 67 3 232 104 11 75 463 78 0 9 43 20 28 326 77 1 23 42 67 14 250 66 2 34 22 20 15 167 45 0 13 19 18 23 107 30 0 48 61 1 29 105 36 0 13 25 16 17 94 22 0 5 18 10 7 82 24 1 9 16 1 17 59 9 0 5 9 2 6 32 9 0 0 5 5 2 26 1 0 1 3 0 0 6 14 518 7 444 448 190 289 2324 438 7 369 546 80 237 1793

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: San Diego State Opponents

OFF 77 98

DEF 17 16

68.4 52.7

TOTAL 94 114

AZTEC INDIVIDUAL STATS - MOUNTAIN WEST GAMES MW: 15-1  Home: 7-1  Away: 8-0

REBOUNDS FT-A Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts 34-39 .872 21 51 72 4.5 24 0 25 23 10 29 278 48-67 .716 14 118 132 8.3 24 0 98 44 7 46 245 29-40 .725 49 49 98 6.1 33 0 4 19 7 14 163 10-10 1.000 34 45 79 4.9 31 0 12 24 35 6 118 9-11 .818 18 24 42 2.6 36 1 13 10 9 7 74 7-12 .583 8 17 25 1.6 13 0 25 31 1 18 54 15-24 .625 31 33 64 4.0 21 0 8 12 13 10 51 2-5 .400 6 9 15 1.1 15 0 5 14 1 12 34 1-6 .167 7 3 10 3.3 4 0 0 5 0 0 23 2-10 .200 19 26 45 3.5 18 0 7 7 6 9 16 0-0 .000 3 5 8 0.7 6 0 0 5 3 1 16 0-2 .000 5 2 7 0.7 4 0 2 3 1 2 12 2-2 1.000 1 1 2 0.3 1 0 0 2 0 0 6 34 29 63 3.9 8 3200 432-999 .432 67-232 .289 159-228 .697 250 412 662 41.4 230 1 199 207 93 154 1090 3200 287-856 .335 49-184 .266 169-250 .676 194 347 541 33.8 209 3 177 270 37 104 792

Min-Avg FG-A 506-31.6 107-253 540-33.8 90-201 423-26.4 67-126 345-21.6 54-115 375-23.4 29-73 230-14.4 20-63 256-16.0 18-46 166-11.9 14-47 44-14.7 11-19 175-13.5 7-26 71-5.9 8-12 58-5.8 5-13 11-1.6 2-5

2nd 565 428

Avg 17.9 13.6 9.6 7.6 4.9 3.5 3.6 2.9 5.5 2.7 1.5 1.5 0.4

Total 1090 792

Pct 3FG-A Pct .423 30-82 .366 .448 17-44 .386 .532 0-0 .000 .470 0-7 .000 .397 7-34 .206 .317 7-36 .194 .391 0-3 .000 .298 4-21 .190 .579 0-0 .000 .269 0-0 .000 .667 0-0 .000 .385 2-4 .500 .400 0-1 .000

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: San Diego State Opponents

OFF 35 37

DEF 7 4

Avg 17.4 15.3 10.2 7.4 4.6 3.4 3.2 2.4 7.7 1.2 1.3 1.2 0.9 68.1 49.5

TOTAL 42 41

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2012-13 REVIEW ď ľ2012-13 Score 1ST-2ND Aztecs 52 20-32 at UCLA 66 24-42 Aztecs 63 27-36 vs. UC Irvine 53 22-31 Aztecs 66 34-32 vs. CSUDH 30 17-13 Aztecs 78 29-49 vs. Auburn 57 24-33 Aztecs 53 23-30 at Colorado 67 28-39 Aztecs 80 38-42 vs. USC 46 24-22 Aztecs 58 31-27 at Washington 59 23-36 Aztecs 58 25-33 at San Diego 54 29-25 Aztecs 73 40-27 at Cal Poly 57 33-29 Aztecs 90 46-44 vs. Fresno Pacific 41 27-14 Aztecs 88 46-42 vs. SMU 72 34-38 Aztecs 72 34-38 vs. Oklahoma State 80 38-42 Aztecs 72 35-37 vs. Savannah State 51 11-40 Aztecs 72 27-43 vs. Fresno State 80 37-45 Aztecs 48 30-18 at Colorado State 44 16-28 Aztecs 74 36-38 at UNLV 60 22-38 Aztecs 66 30-36 vs. Wyoming 43 23-20 Aztecs 69 33-36 vs. Nevada 57 31-26 Aztecs 63 35-28 at New Mexico 39 16-23 Aztecs 68 26-42 vs. Air Force 46 20-26 Aztecs 64 29-35 at Boise State 40 21-19 Aztecs 74 42-32 at Fresno State 49 26-23 Aztecs 60 36-24 vs. Colorado State 44 25-19 Aztecs 86 38-48 vs. UNLV 50 23-27 Aztecs 57 25-32 at Wyoming 51 27-24 Aztecs 58 30-28 at Nevada 45 17-28 Aztecs 72 35-37 vs. New Mexico 44 25-19 Aztecs 73 41-32 at Air Force 55 20-35 Aztecs 86 32-54 vs. Boise State 45 15-30 Aztecs 67 32-35 vs. Nevada 39 18-21 Aztecs 67 29-38 vs. New Mexico 39 13-26 Aztecs 70 34-36 vs. Fresno State 76 45-31 Aztecs 69 40-29 vs. UC Santa Barbara 46 20-26 Aztecs 58 26-32 at Brigham Young 69 28-41

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FG-A 18-64 25-62 26-57 18-61 26-60 6-31 28-60 17-55 17-47 21-47 32-69 18-56 20-59 21-59 25-70 22-68 32-58 24-61 36-73 15-63 36-64 23-59 27-65 26-62 29-61 19-63 32-76 28-63 19-59 14-42 29-68 19-58 26-58 17-51 26-75 20-50 25-51 17-49 26-57 17-49 28-57 16-54 31-60 20-62 24-61 13-49 33-70 17-52 20-55 19-54 22-62 14-54 29-60 19-48 27-57 20-61 35-73 17-60 26-59 16-54 25-54 11-54 27-72 25-67 26-55 17-51 21-65 21-48

PCT. .281 .403 .456 .295 .433 .194 .467 .309 .362 .447 .464 .321 .339 .356 .357 .324 .552 .393 .493 .298 .563 .390 .415 .419 .475 .302 .421 .444 .322 .333 .426 .328 .448 .333 .347 .400 .490 .347 .456 .347 .491 .296 .517 .323 .393 .265 .471 .327 .364 .352 .355 .259 .483 .396 .474 .328 .479 .283 .441 .296 .463 .204 .375 .373 .473 .333 .323 .438

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AZTEC GAME-BY-GAME STATS

3FG-A 1-11 5-8 2-7 5-15 5-16 1-7 11-25 2-7 1-11 2-9 6-16 2-11 3-12 10-19 4-12 3-6 4-8 1-7 3-7 2-21 8-19 5-13 10-23 4-16 7-20 2-12 4-17 9-21 3-15 4-11 7-19 1-8 4-12 3-13 2-11 2-13 4-11 1-5 4-12 2-9 4-14 4-12 6-14 5-19 6-26 5-14 5-16 4-12 4-11 3-12 3-11 3-15 2-11 1-3 3-10 0-8 6-22 2-9 4-16 3-12 5-14 1-7 6-23 9-22 10-23 0-7 7-24 8-21

PCT. .091 .625 .286 .333 .313 .143 .440 .286 .091 .222 .375 .182 .250 .526 .333 .500 .500 .143 .429 .095 .421 .385 .435 .250 .350 .167 .235 .421 .200 .364 .368 .125 .333 .231 .182 .154 .364 .200 .333 .222 .286 .333 .429 .263 .231 .357 .313 .333 .364 .352 .273 .200 .182 .333 .300 .000 .273 .222 .250 .250 .357 .143 .261 .409 .435 .000 .292 .381

FT-A 15-18 11-17 9-12 12-18 9-18 17-30 11-14 21-29 18-27 27-33 10-18 8-12 15-18 7-12 4-7 7-13 5-8 7-18 15-18 9-15 8-11 21-33 8-15 24-26 7-10 11-16 4-8 15-18 7-17 12-15 9-16 21-26 10-13 6-7 15-20 15-19 9-12 4-18 12-17 10-16 4-6 4-8 6-7 4-14 6-10 13-15 15-19 12-19 13-21 10-13 11-13 14-18 12-16 5-12 16-23 15-18 10-10 9-14 11-15 4-14 12-15 16-20 10-13 17-18 7-10 12-16 9-14 19-25

PCT. .833 .647 .750 .667 .500 .567 .786 .724 .667 .697 .556 .667 .833 .583 .571 .538 .625 .389 .833 .600 .727 .636 .533 .923 .700 .688 .500 .833 .412 .800 .563 .808 .769 .857 .750 .789 .750 .222 .706 .625 .667 .500 .857 .286 .600 .867 .789 .632 .619 .769 .846 .778 .750 .417 .696 .833 .577 .526 .733 .286 .800 .800 .769 .944 .700 .750 .643 .760

Off 21 20 14 21 14 6 11 17 15 18 19 10 13 7 20 19 8 16 15 11 11 16 13 14 12 19 19 14 20 9 26 19 13 11 26 11 9 14 10 8 10 13 15 17 12 9 19 11 14 11 14 9 11 12 14 18 18 12 9 13 11 15 21 16 11 9 14 8

Def 21 27 25 18 25 26 25 22 25 19 29 19 32 27 28 28 27 19 39 23 25 17 23 27 25 22 22 24 20 26 27 15 24 19 23 27 23 18 26 26 27 19 31 14 26 27 26 20 26 26 33 26 20 21 26 21 32 18 29 25 27 17 27 22 27 17 19 33

REB 42 47 39 39 39 32 36 39 30 37 48 29 45 34 48 47 35 35 54 34 36 33 36 41 37 41 41 38 40 35 53 34 37 30 49 38 32 32 36 30 37 32 46 31 38 36 45 31 40 37 47 35 31 33 40 39 50 30 38 38 38 32 48 38 38 26 33 41

PF-DQ 18-0 13-0 18-0 13-1 19-1 14-0 24-1 14-0 26-1 21-1 14-0 15-0 14-0 15-1 17-1 12-0 13-0 8-0 11-0 17-1 20-0 10-0 16-1 13-0 10-0 8-0 15-0 11-0 14-1 12-0 21-0 15-0 11-0 11-0 11-0 18-1 16-1 13-0 15-0 14-0 13-0 6-0 11-0 7-0 12-0 11-1 15-0 13-0 15-0 16-1 16-0 12-0 12-0 17-0 19-0 21-0 14-0 12-0 10-0 13-0 16-0 12-0 16-1 11-0 11-0 9-0 17-0 12-0

A 19 9 16 10 18 4 14 10 4 13 15 8 7 12 10 6 14 12 17 13 17 13 16 20 19 13 14 18 6 7 14 11 14 8 14 11 11 13 13 12 18 11 14 10 10 0 14 11 5 12 8 11 8 12 11 13 25 9 16 5 13 6 12 17 12 5 12 17

TO 22 29 19 20 12 26 16 17 21 19 8 13 15 12 13 13 12 12 18 14 12 9 12 11 16 18 12 14 10 17 17 13 10 17 15 23 15 19 15 19 15 19 17 13 7 13 13 21 7 8 9 9 15 29 17 19 13 17 13 23 12 13 11 7 11 9 12 18

BL 4 1 10 1 4 0 3 1 0 1 6 5 3 2 11 8 4 1 1 2 4 0 4 5 7 2 5 2 2 3 5 6 7 0 2 8 6 0 6 1 9 2 9 1 8 2 10 3 5 1 7 2 3 2 2 2 7 2 7 1 8 3 10 1 6 3 1 8

ST 9 10 12 13 13 5 8 7 8 13 4 3 4 8 5 7 7 5 11 11 4 7 5 9 13 9 9 9 11 5 5 12 10 3 13 16 11 8 11 4 14 7 4 8 9 5 13 8 5 3 6 6 15 6 8 6 10 8 15 6 5 8 4 9 5 4 9 5


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Date N.10 N.14 N.18 N.23 N.24 N.30 D.5 D.8 D.16 D.19 D.28 D.30 J.2 J.9 J.13 J.16 J.19 J.23 J.26 F.2 F.6 F.9 F.13 F.17 F.20 F.23 F.27 M.6 M.9 M.14 M.15 M.16 M.20 M.23

Opponent at UCLA UC IRVINE CSUDH vs. Auburn at Colorado USC at Washington at San Diego at Cal Poly FRESNO PACIFIC SMU OKLAHOMA STATE SAVANNAH STATE FRESNO STATE at Colorado State at UNLV WYOMING NEVADA at New Mexico AIR FORCE at Boise State at Fresno State COLORADO STATE UNLV at Wyoming at Nevada NEW MEXICO at Air Force BOISE STATE vs. Nevada vs. New Mexico vs. Fresno State UC Santa Barbara at Brigham Young

1 Chelsea Hopkins 10-6-6 10-6-3 9-3-9 14-9-7 7-6-1 13-7-5 14-10-4 8-6-6 17-10-9 10-7-13 22-10-11 13-7-10 8-5-9 18-6-10 13-8-4 22-11-10 14-8-8 25-10-10 11-7-5 14-8-3 13-6-7 17-11-7 11-7-3 11-7-4 19-11-4 13-14-3 17-4-4 14-3-4 13-11-12 4-6-14 14-14-5 15-15-8 13-8-8 17-5-6

2 Khristina Hunter 4-3-0 6-2-2 10-5-1 4-1-0 0-5-0 8-2-0 0-1-0 0-4-0 2-0-1 12-5-0 8-4-0 2-1-0 11-14-1 0-1-1 1-4-2 0-11-0 0-1-0 0-7-0 0-0-1 DNP 6-6-0 DNP DNP 5-8-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-1 0-3-2 2-2-0 8-9-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 0-5-1 8-2-0

Underline = starter; DNP - Did Not Play

AZTEC GAME-BY-GAME POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS 4 5 11 12 Nikki Desi Ahjalee Deajanae Novak Culberson Harvey Scurry DNP DNP 3-0-2 8-9-0 DNP 0-3-0 8-1-6 0-2-0 0-0-1 2-2-1 4-0-2 3-7-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-0-2 4-3-0 DNP 3-2-0 0-0-1 4-5-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 11-7-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-0 DNP 0-2-0 DNP 2-4-0 DNP 4-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 5-6-2 DNP 9-4-1 DNP 0-1-0 9-0-1 4-2-0 DNP 8-0-0 6-2-3 12-4-0 0-0-0 4-1-1 10-1-4 2-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 2-2-1 12-6-0 DNP 2-1-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 DNP 3-4-2 6-0-1 9-3-0 2-0-0 1-6-1 3-1-2 DNP DNP 0-1-0 3-3-2 DNP DNP 6-1-0 5-1-0 DNP 2-0-0 0-2-1 0-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 2-1-0 0-2-2 DNP DNP 0-3-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP 7-5-0 6-2-0 DNP 2-0-0 4-5-0 8-7-4 DNP DNP 0-4-0 3-0-0 DNP DNP 4-6-2 0-1-1 DNP 0-2-0 3-4-0 7-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 15-13-0 5-2-2 DNP 0-0-0 4-8-1 6-2-8 DNP 0-0-0 4-0-0 2-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 3-2-0 3-0-1 DNP DNP 8-5-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 2-2-0 1-1-0 DNP DNP 0-1-1 0-0-1 DNP

2012-13 AZTEC

Game Center Forward Forward Guard at UCLA (L) Nahinu Amarikwa Scurry Clements UC Irvine (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Scurry Clements CSUDH (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements vs. Auburn (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements at Colorado (L) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements USC (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements at Washington (L) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements at San Diego (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements at Cal Poly (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements Fresno Pacific (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements SMU (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements Oklahoma St. (L) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements Savannah State (W) Hunter (F) Amarikwa Clark Clements Fresno State (L) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements at Colorado State (W) Hunter (F) Amarikwa Clark Clements at UNLV (W) Hunter (F) Amarikwa Clark Clements Wyoming (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements Nevada (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements at New Mexico (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements Air Force (W) Nahinu Amarikwa Clark Clements

22 24 Gabrielle Danesha Clark Long 4-3-0 2-1-1 0-1-0 2-2-0 6-2-0 DNP 9-0-3 DNP 5-2-0 DNP 7-5-6 0-4-1 2-1-0 2-2-1 2-10-2 0-2-0 8-5-0 10-3-0 2-5-2 2-0-0 2-3-2 0-0-0 3-0-0 DNP 13-4-1 0-0-0 0-4-1 DNP 13-5-0 0-0-0 8-4-0 0-0-0 5-0-2 0-0-0 6-2-1 DNP 2-1-0 DNP 10-2-3 0-1-0 2-2-1 5-1-1 2-4-1 DNP 5-3-3 DNP 2-2-0 5-1-1 0-2-0 DNP 2-3-0 0-0-0 4-1-0 0-2-0 6-1-0 0-1-0 7-6-1 2-1-0 8-1-0 2-1-0 6-1-2 0-0-0 5-3-1 DNP 5-3-0 0-0-0 6-1-2 DNP

25 Erimma Amarikwa 14-6-0 16-12-1 5-7-0 4-6-1 11-3-0 8-9-0 6-6-1 4-4-1 0-4-0 16-7-0 13-5-0 7-5-0 10-1-0 11-7-0 5-7-0 8-7-0 11-6-0 15-6-1 8-7-0 11-8-0 14-6-1 17-7-1 8-5-0 16-6-1 0-4-0 14-11-0 8-4-0 7-2-0 10-5-0 15-10-0 8-7-0 11-11-0 9-6-0 6-6-1

31 Kiyana Stamps DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-1-0 3-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-1 0-1-0 5-3-0 0-1-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 4-0-0 2-1-2 0-1-0 5-1-0 5-0-2 7-1-0 2-2-1 0-0-0 4-4-0 0-0-0 5-0-1 4-2-1 5-0-0 6-1-1 0-4-0

42 44 54 Malia Aleiah Courtney Nahinu Brandon Clements 2-8-1 DNP 5-2-0 8-3-0 DNP 13-6-4 2-4-0 DNP 25-6-2 12-8-0 DNP 26-5-1 4-3-2 DNP 19-1-0 8-6-0 DNP 25-6-2 12-6-0 DNP 22-13-1 14-8-1 DNP 28-4-0 13-4-1 DNP 17-6-3 13-8-0 4-2-0 14-7-2 9-5-2 DNP 21-2-1 8-6-1 DNP 13-6-2 DNP 4-2-0 10-6-1 9-3-1 DNP 20-6-0 0-0-0 2-3-0 5-1-0 4-3-1 0-0-0 14-3-0 12-5-1 0-2-0 18-6-0 8-5-0 2-0-0 10-9-0 6-5-1 4-0-0 21-7-4 10-7-2 2-0-0 15-4-3 8-4-1 0-0-0 12-7-3 18-11-1 DNP 20-6-3 5-6-2 0-0-0 13-5-2 10-3-1 0-1-0 18-1-1 6-9-0 DNP 22-2-1 2-4-0 DNP 21-3-1 2-4-0 0-0-0 29-8-2 6-5-0 2-0-0 14-2-3 12-5-1 4-2-0 26-2-2 4-5-0 0-0-0 15-5-1 10-3-1 0-1-0 15-2-3 7-3-0 DNP 15-5-3 0-3-1 2-1-0 31-4-1 6-3-1 DNP 15-2-0

GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS

Guard Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins

Game at Boise State (W) at Fresno State (W) Colorado State (W) UNLV (W) at Wyoming (W) at Nevada (W) New Mexico (W) at Air Force (W) Boise State (W) vs. Nevada (W) vs. New Mexico (W) vs. Fresno State (L) UC Santa Barbara (W) at Brigham Young (L)

Center Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu Nahinu

Forward Forward Guard Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements Amarikwa Clark Clements

Guard Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins

Lineup Records Nahinu-Clark-Amarikwa-Clements-Hopkins (23-6) Hunter-Amarikwa-Clark-Clements-Hopkins (3-0) Nahinu-Scurry-Amarikwa-Clements-Hopkins (1-1)

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2012-13 REVIEW ď ľ2012-13

TEAM SUPERLATIVES

Aztec Team Highs Points Scoring Margin FG Made FG Attempts FG Pct. 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Attempts 3-Point FG Pct. Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Pct. Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Turnovers Fouls

90, vs. Fresno Pacific, 12/19/12 49, vs. Fresno Pacific, 12/19/12 36, Two times, Last: vs. SMU, 12/28/12 76, vs. Fresno State, 1/9/13 .563 (36-64), vs. SMU, 12/28/12 11, vs. Auburn, 11/23/12 26, vs. Colorado State, 2/13/12 .500, at Cal Poly, 12/16/12 18, at Colorado,11/24/12 27, at Colorado,11/24/12 1.000 (10-10), vs. Boise State, 3/9/13 26, Two times, Last: vs. Nevada, 1/23/13 39, vs. Fresno Pacific, 12/19/12 54, vs. Fresno Pacific, 12/19/12 25, vs. Boise State, 3/9/13 15, Two times, Last: vs. Nevada, 3/14/13 11, at San Diego,12/8/12 7, Three times, Last: at Wyoming, 2/20/13 10, Two times, Last: vs. Nevada, 3/14/13

Opponent Team Highs Points Scoring Margin FG Made FG Attempts FG Pct. 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Attempts 3-Point FG Pct. Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Pct. Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Turnovers Fouls

Aztec Team Lows Points Scoring Margin FG Made FG Attempts FG Pct. 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Attempts 3-Point FG Pct. Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Pct. Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Turnovers Fouls

48, at Colorado State, 1/13/13 4, Two times, Last: at Colorado State, 1/13/13 17, at Colorado, 11/24/12 47, at Colorado, 11/24/12 .281 (18-64), at UCLA, 11/10/12 1, Two times, Last: vs. Colorado, 11/24/12 7, Two times, Last: vs. Fresno Pacific, 12/19/13 .091 (1-11), Two times, Last: at Colorado, 11/24/12 4, Three times, Last: at Boise State,11/24/12 6, at Boise State,11/24/12 .412 (7-17), at Colorado State, 1/13/13 8, at Caly Poly, 12/16/12 15, at Colorado, 11/24/12 30, at Colorado, 11/24/12 4, at Colorado, 11/24/12 4, Five times, Last: vs. Fresno State, 3/16/13 0, at Colorado,11/24/12 21, at Colorado,11/24/12 26, at Colorado,11/24/12

Opponent Team Lows Points Scoring Margin FG Made FG Attempts FG Pct. 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Attempts 3-Point FG Pct. Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Pct. Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Turnovers Fouls

Aztec Scoring First Half High Second Half High First Half Low Second Half Low Largest Halftime Lead Largest Halftime Deficit Largest Lead Largest Deficit Largest Deficit in a Win Largest Lead in a Loss

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46, Two times, Last: vs. SMU, 12/28/13 54, vs. Boise State, 3/9/13 20, at UCLA, 11/10/12 18, at Colorado State, 1/13/13 24, vs. Savannah State (35-11), 1/2/13 11, vs. Fresno State (34-45), 3/16/13 50, vs. Fresno Pacific (86-36), 12/19/12 22, vs. Fresno State (36-58), 3/16/13 11, at San Diego (14-25), 12/8/12 19, at Washington (48-29), 12/5/12

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80, Two times, Last: vs. Fresno State, 1/9/13 14, Two times, Last: at Colorado, 11/24/12 28, vs. Fresno State, 1/9/13 68, at San Diego, 12/8/13 .447 (21-47), at Colorado, 11/24/12 10, at Washington, 12/5/12 22, vs. Fresno State, 3/16/13 .625 (5-8), at UCLA, 11/10/12 24, vs. Oklahoma State,12/30/12 33, Two times, Last: vs. SMU,12/28/12 .944 (17-18), vs. Fresno State, 3/16/13 21, vs. UC Irvine, 11/14/12 33, at Brigham Young, 3/23/13 47, Two times, Last: at San Diego, 12/8/12 20, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12 13, Two times, Last: at Colorado, 11/24/12 8, Three times, Last: at BYU, 3/23/12 7, vs. Fresno State, 3/16/12 6, at Boise State, 2/6/13

30, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 49, vs. Fresno Pacific, 12/19/12 6 vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 31, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 .194 (6-31), vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 0, Two times, Last: vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/20/13 3, vs. New Mexico, 2/27/13 .000 (0-8), at Air Force, 3/6/13 4, Four times, Last: vs. Nevada, 3/14/13 7, vs. Wyomng, 1/19/13 .222 (4-18), at New Mexico, 1/26/13 6, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 14, at Fresno State, 2/19/13 26, vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/20/13 4, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 3, Three times, Last: at Wyoming, 2/20/13 0, Five times, Last: at New Mexico, 1/26/13 29, vs. New Mexico, 2/27/13 21, Two times, Last: Air Force, 3/6/13 Opponent Scoring

First Half High Second Half High First Half Low Second Half Low Largest Halftime Lead Largest Halftime Deficit Largest Lead Largest Deficit Largest Deficit in a Win Largest Lead in a Loss

45, vs. Fresno State, 3/16/13 43, vs. Fresno State, 1/9/13 11, vs. Savannah State, 1/2/13 13, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 11, vs. Fresno State (34-45), 3/16/13 24, vs. Savannah State (35-11), 1/2/13 22, vs. Fresno State (36-58), 3/16/13 50, vs. Fresno Pacific (86-36), 12/19/12 19, at Washington (48-29), 12/5/12 11, at San Diego (14-25), 12/8/12


2012-13 REVIEW 2012-13 INDIVIDUAL Aztec Individual Highs

SUPERLATIVES Opponent Individual Highs

Points 31, Courtney Clements, vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/20/13

Points 30, Toni Young, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12

FG Made 12, Courtney Clements, Two times, Last: vs. New Mexico, 2/27/13

FG Made 14, Toni Young, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12

FG Attempts 23, Courtney Clements, Four times, Last: vs. New Mexico, 2/27/13

FG Attempts 23, Amy Kame, at San Diego, 12/8/12

FG Pct. (min. 5 made) 1.000 (5-5), Khristina Hunter, vs. Savannah State, 12/28/12 0.857 (6-7), Erimma Amarikwa, vs. Nevada, 3/14/13 0.857 (6-7), Deajanae Scurry, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12

FG Pct. (min. 5 made) 0.737 (14-19), Toni Young, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12 0.727 (8-11), Nikol Allison, at Cal Poly, 12/16/12

3-Point FG Made 7, Courtney Clements, vs. Auburn, 11/23/12 3-Point FG Attempts 13, Courtney Clements, vs. Auburn, 11/23/12 3-Point FG Pct. (min. 2 made) 1.000 (3-3), Chelsea Hopkins, vs. Auburn, 11/23/12 1.000 (2-2), By four players Free Throws Made 8, Chelsea Hopkins, Two times, Last: at Wyoming, 2/20/12 Free Throw Attempts 12, Chelsea Hopkins, at Wyoming, 2/20/12 Free Throw Pct. (min. 3 made) 1.000 (7-7), Courtney Clements, vs. UNLV, 2/17/13 1.000 (6-6), Chelsea Hopkins, at Washington, 12/5/12 Rebounds 15, Chelsea Hopkins, vs. Nevada, 3/14/13 Assists 14, Chelsea Hopkins, vs. Nevada, 3/14/13 Steals 5, Chelsea Hopkins, Two times, Last: at Boise State, 2/6/13 5, Kiyana Stamps, vs. UNLV, 2/17/13 Blocks 6, Malia Nahinu, vs. Boise State, 3/9/13

3-Point FG Made 5, Rosie Moult, at Fresno State, 2/9/13 3-Point FG Attempts 11, Rosie Moult, at Fresno State, 2/9/13 3-Point FG Pct. (min. 2 made) 1.000 (4-4), Alex Sheedy, vs. Fresno State, 1/9/13 Free Throws Made 12, Tiffany Bias, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12 Free Throw Attempts 14, Tiffany Bias, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12 Free Throw Pct. (min. 3 made) 1.000 (8-8), Chanelle Brennan, at Nevada, 2/23/13 1.000 (8-8), Taylor Thompson, vs. Fresno State, 1/9/13 1.000 (8-8), Liz Donohoe, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12 Rebounds 17, Jennifer Hamson, at Brigham Young, 3/23/13 Assists 13, Tiffany Bias, vs. Oklahoma State, 12/30/12 Steals 5, Rmanii Haynes, at UNLV, 1/16/13 Blocks 6, Emily Burns, vs. Nevada, 1/23/13 Turnovers 8, Bryce Owens, vs. New Mexico, 2/27/12

Turnovers 9, Chelsea Hopkins, at Colorado, 11/24/12

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2012-13 REVIEW MISCELLANEOUS The Last Time an Aztec ... Scored 20-24 points 21, Courtney Clements, 2/23/13 at Nevada Scored 25-29 points 26, Courtney Clements, 3/9/13 vs. Boise State Scored 30-39 points 31, Courtney Clements, 3/20/13 vs. UC Santa Barbara Scored 40+ points 41, Chana Perry, 1/2/88 vs. Northern Illinois Had 12+ rebounds 15, Chelsea Hopkins, 3/16/13 vs. Fresno State Had 10+ assists 14, Chelsea Hopkins, 3/14/13 vs. Nevada Had A Double-Double Chelsea Hopkins, 15 points, 15 rebounds and Erimma Amarikwa, 11 points, 11 rebounds 3/16/13 vs. Fresno State Had A Triple-Double Chelsea Hopkins, 13 points, 11 rebounds, 12 assists 3/9/13 vs. Boise State The Last Time San Diego State ... Scored 100+ points 101, vs. Colorado St. (101-62), 1/25/92 Allowed 100+ points 104, vs. UCLA (56-104), 12/11/98 Won by 20+ points 23, vs. UC Santa Barbara (69-46), 3/20/13 Won by 30+ points 41, vs. Boise State (86-45), 3/9/13 Won by 40+ points 41, vs. Boise State (86-45), 3/9/13 Won by 50+ points 51, vs. Air Force (79-28), 1/7/09 Won in Overtime at UNLV (66-62), 1/14/12 Lost in Overtime vs. Utah (70-67), 1/8/11

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STATS 2012-13 Aztec Leaders

Double-Figure Scoring Games Courtney Clements (32), Chelsa Hopkins (29), Erimma Amarikwa (17), Malia Nahinu (11), Gabrielle Clark (3), Khristina Hunter (3), Deajanae Scurry (3), Desi Culberson (1), Ahjalee Harvey (1), Danesha Long (1) Double-Figure Rebound Games Chelsea Hopkins (11), Erimma Amarikwa (4), Khristina Hunter (2), Gabrielle Clark (1), Desi Culberson (1), Courtney Clements (1), Malia Nahinu (1) Double-Doubles Chelsea Hopkins (14)*, Erimma Amarikwa (2), Courtney Clements (1), Desi Culberson (1), Khristina Hunter (1), Malia Nahinu (1) * - includes four triple-doubles SDSU High Scorer Courtney Clements (23), Chelsea Hopkins (8), Erimma Amarikwa (5), Gabrielle Clark (2), Desi Culberson (1) Games Led SDSU In Rebounds Chelsea Hopkins (18), Erimma Amarikwa (8), Courtney Clements (4), Khristina Hunter (3), Scurry (2), Malia Nahinu (2), Gabrielle Clark (1), Desi Culberson (1) Games Led SDSU In Assists Chelsea Hopkins (31), Gabrielle Clark (3), Ahjalee Harvey (2), Courtney Clements (1), Malia Nahinu (1) Games Led SDSU In Steals Chelsea Hopkins (20), Courtney Clements (13), Erimma Amarikwa (6), Khristina Hunter (5), Gabrielle Clark (5), Malia Nahinu (3), Desi Culberson (2), Ahjalee Harvey (2), Danesha Long (2), Kiyana Stamps (2) Games Led SDSU In Blocks Malia Nahinu (22), Gabrielle Clark (6), Erimma Amarikwa (5), Courtney Clements (5), Desi Culberson (5), Khristina Hunter (5), Aleiah Brandon (2), Chelsea Hopkins (2), Danesha Long (1), Deajanae Scurry (1)


2012-13 BOX SCORES UCLA 66, SAN DIEGO STATE 52

SAN DIEGO STATE 66, CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS 30

SAN DIEGO STATE 78, AUBURN 57

Game 1 | Nov. 10 | Pauley Pavilion | Los Angeles, Calif.

Game 3 | Nov. 18 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

Game 4 | Nov. 23 | Coors Events Center | Boulder, Colo.

SDSU FG 3FG Scurry 3-8 0-0 Amarikwa 4-10 0-0 Nahinu 1-6 0-0 Hopkins 3-12 0-1 Clements 1-10 0-4 Hunter 2-4 0-0 Harvey 1-7 1-5 Clark 2-4 0-1 Long 1-3 0-0 TEAM Totals 18-64 1-11 Pct. 28.1 9.1 UCLA Walker Brewer Dixon Lemberger Williams Korver Swain Nyingifa Fields TEAM Totals Pct.

FT REB F 2-2 9 3 6-8 6 2 0-0 8 2 4-5 6 3 3-3 2 2 0-0 3 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 3 0 0-0 1 3 4 15-18 42 18 83.3

TP 8 14 2 10 5 4 3 4 2

T 2 1 2 2 2 2 4 0 3 1 52 10 19

B 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

FT REB F 2-2 6 0 0-0 8 3 1-1 8 3 3-6 1 2 0-0 1 2 2-2 2 1 0-0 5 1 3-6 9 1 0-0 3 0 4 25-68 5-8 11-17 47 13 25.9 25.0 60.0

TP 15 12 9 5 0 11 5 7 2

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

FG 6-15 6-14 4-5 1-6 0-2 3-6 2-4 2-7 1-3

3FG 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 3-5 1-1 0-0 0-0

A 0 0 1 6 0 0 2 0 1

A 3 5 2 0 3 1 1 0 1

T 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 5

S MP 0 23 0 21 0 24 4 38 2 24 1 15 1 14 0 27 1 14

4 9 200 S MP 3 33 3 29 1 19 1 32 0 19 0 18 1 15 0 21 1 14

CSUDH FG 3FG Cochrane 1-1 1-1 Lee 0-5 0-0 Lundy 0-3 0-2 Hoskinson 0-2 0-2 Robinson 2-7 0-1 Garcia 1-5 0-0 Wilson 2-5 0-1 Boege 0-0 0-0 DeMorales 0-1 0-0 Bertrand 0-1 0-0 Shofner 0-1 0-0 Cheatham 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 6-31 1-7 Pct. 19.4 14.3

FT REB F TP A T 0-0 0 1 3 1 1 3-7 6 1 3 0 3 0-2 7 1 0 0 3 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 1-2 2 2 5 1 4 9-11 4 0 11 1 2 2-4 4 0 6 0 1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 3 0 1 2 0-0 0 3 0 0 3 1-2 0 1 1 0 0 1-2 2 2 1 0 2 6 4 17-30 32 13 30 4 26 56.7

Auburn FG Ty. Tanner 6-14 Davis 0-4 Muhammad 2-12 Ouardad 1-3 Alverson 2-9 Sweeting 0-0 Strain 2-3 West 0-0 Clay 0-0 King 0-0 Capers 0-0 Tr. Tanner 4-10 TEAM Totals 17-55 Pct. 30.9

TP 17 1 10 4 7 0 5 0 0 0 0 13

3FG 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-3 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT REB F 5-5 4 3 1-2 2 3 6-10 6 0 2-2 6 1 2-2 4 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0-2 0 0 5-6 8 4 8 2-7 21-29 39 14 28.6 72.4

T 0 3 3 0 4 1 0 1 2 2

B 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 3 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 4 2 2 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 57 10 17

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total CSUDH 17 13 30 San Diego State 34 32 66

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 29 49 78 Auburn 24 33 57

FT REB F TP A T 1-1 6 0 3 1 2 0-0 3 5 18 1 3 4-4 2 2 9 0 1 4-6 7 2 4 1 3 3-6 3 0 3 2 3 0-0 2 0 6 0 0 0-1 0 1 4 2 1 0-0 4 0 0 1 2 0-0 2 2 3 2 2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 3 0 1 0-0 2 1 0 0 0 7 2 5-15 12-18 39 13 53 10 20 33.3 66.7

SDSU FG 3FG Scurry 0-3 0-0 Amarikwa 7-12 0-0 Nahinu 4-9 0-1 Hopkins 3-5 1-1 Clements 5-10 1-1 Hunter 2-4 0-0 Culberson 0-2 0-0 Harvey 4-7 0-2 Clark 0-4 0-2 Long 1-1 0-0 TEAM Totals 26-57 2-7 Pct. 45.6 28.6

FT REB F 0-0 2 0 2-2 12 1 0-0 3 2 3-4 6 3 2-2 6 1 2-4 2 4 0-0 3 1 0-0 1 2 0-0 1 2 0-0 1 2 2 9-12 39 18 75.0

TP 0 16 8 10 13 6 0 8 0 2

A 0 1 0 3 4 2 0 6 0 0

T 0 2 2 4 3 0 0 4 3 1

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

66 18 12 4 13 200

S MP 0 24 3 23 4 22 1 27 1 29 0 14 0 13 0 13 2 12 0 1 1 9 1 13

S MP 3 29 1 24 1 28 0 29 1 38 0 7 0 16 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 1 1 21

1 7 200

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1 13 200 B 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 0 30 2 35 1 28 1 36 3 38 0 6 0 0+ 0 2 1 10 0 5

78 14 16 3 8 200

Officials: Robert Scofield, Karen Lasuik, Mazetta Garrett Technical fouls: None Attendance: 1,245

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-2 2-4 0-2 0-1 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-0

S MP 1 18 3 26 0 9 1 30 3 26 4 26 0 9 0 18 0 20 1 18

A 3 1 0 7 1 0 0 0 2 0

Officials: Shelley Nakasone, Rob Bryson, Janetta Graham Technical fouls: None Attendance: 372

UCI FG Onogohumo 1-5 Bernard 9-17 Hanson 2-4 Buckley 0-7 Tsurumoto 0-10 Cathey 2-5 Klintsone 2-4 Meggs 0-1 Aguilar 1-3 Sutton 0-0 Spinazze 1-3 Fajemisin 0-2 TEAM Totals 18-61 Pct. 29.5

B 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

TP 9 4 12 14 26 4 0 0 5 4

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 20 32 52 UCLA 24 42 66

Game 2 | Nov. 14 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

T 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 0 4

0 5 200

SDSU FG 3FG FT REB F Clark 3-6 1-3 2-2 0 3 Amarikwa 1-7 0-0 2-4 6 2 Nahinu 5-8 0-1 2-3 8 5 Hopkins 4-7 3-3 3-3 9 2 Clements 10-23 6-13 0-0 5 3 Hunter 1-1 0-0 2-2 1 3 Novak 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Culberson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Harvey 2-5 1-4 0-0 0 3 Scurry 2-3 0-1 0-0 3 3 TEAM 4 Totals 28-60 11-25 11-14 36 24 Pct. 46.7 44.0 78.6

Officials: Marianne Karp, Wanda Szeremeta, Alejandro Moreno Technical fouls: None Attendance: 2035

SAN DIEGO STATE 63, UC IRVINE 53

A 0 0 0 9 2 1 1 1 2 2

S MP 0 12 0 19 0 32 0 18 0 22 1 21 2 22 0 7 1 11 0 20 0 5 1 11

SDSU FG 3FG FT REB F Clark 2-5 0-2 2-2 2 1 Amarikwa 2-4 0-0 1-2 7 4 Nahinu 1-3 0-0 0-2 4 2 Hopkins 4-11 1-2 0-1 3 1 Clements 10-16 4-9 1-2 6 1 Hunter 4-8 0-0 2-3 5 4 Novak 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 Culberson 1-4 0-2 0-2 2 1 Harvey 1-4 0-1 2-2 0 2 Scurry 1-3 0-0 1-2 7 3 TEAM 3 Totals 26-60 5-16 9-18 39 19 Pct. 43.3 31.3 50.0

66 16 22 1 10 200

TP 6 5 2 9 25 10 0 2 4 3

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 2 19 0 32 0 20 3 23 2 29 1 18 0 6 3 30 1 12 0 11

63 16 19 10 12 200

Officials: Marianne Karp, Kyle Bacon, Wanda Szeremeta Technical fouls: None Attendance: 462

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 0-2 0-1 Amarikwa 2-3 0-1 Nahinu 2-3 0-0 Hopkins 3-8 0-1 Clements 9-17 1-4 Hunter 0-2 0-0 Culberson 0-1 0-1 Harvey 0-6 0-2 Scurry 1-5 0-1 TEAM Totals 17-47 1-11 Pct. 36.2 9.1

FT REB F 5-6 2 3 7-8 3 4 0-0 3 4 1-3 6 5 0-0 1 4 0-2 5 0 3-6 2 1 0-0 0 2 2-2 5 3 3 18-27 30 26 66.7

TP 5 11 4 7 19 0 3 0 4

A 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0

T 0 2 2 9 1 2 1 2 1 1 53 4 21

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Colorado FG 3FG Roberson 6-11 1-1 Hargis 3-5 0-0 B. Wilson 2-4 0-1 Sborov 1-1 0-0 Jeffery 4-12 0-1 Kresi 0-4 0-4 A. Wilson 0-1 0-0 Peck 1-2 1-1 Reese 4-6 0-1 Weston 0-0 0-0 Swan 0-1 0-0 TEAM Totals 21-47 2-9 Pct. 44.7 22.2

FT REB F 4-12 7 3 2-2 3 1 2-2 4 1 1-2 2 5 4-5 6 3 0-0 1 2 2-2 1 0 2-2 3 2 6-6 9 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 3 1 23-33 37 21 69.7

TP 17 8 6 3 12 0 2 5 14 0 0

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

T 7 2 3 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 0

S MP 0 32 1 15 0 19 2 37 2 36 1 10 0 16 1 18 1 17

0 8 200 S MP 3 27 1 21 3 31 0 22 2 32 1 23 1 11 1 10 1 19 0 1 0 3

67 13 19 1 13 200

Officials: Marianne Karp, Rick Showers, Lorena Ahumada Technical fouls: None Attendance: 1,538

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total UC Irvine 22 31 53 San Diego State 27 36 63

Malia Nahinu recorded four or more blocked shots in seven games during the 2012-13 campaign and ranked 33rd nationally with 2.03 rejections per contest.

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 23 30 53 Colorado 28 39 67

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2012-13 BOX SCORES SAN DIEGO STATE 80, USC 46

SAN DIEGO STATE 58, SAN DIEGO 54

SAN DIEGO STATE 73, CAL POLY 56

Game 6 | Nov. 30 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

Game 8 | Dec. 8 | Jenny Craig Pavilion | San Diego, Calif.

Game 9 | Dec. 16 | Mott Gym | San Luis Obispo, Calif.

USC Marinacci Harberts Adams Crook Gibbs Calhoun Bradley Totten Oliver Vaioletama Barrett Alofaituli TEAM Totals Pct.

FG 1-6 6-11 1-1 4-12 0-3 0-1 1-2 0-0 2-10 0-0 1-7 2-3

3FG 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0

FT REB F 1-2 2 0 3-4 5 2 0-0 3 4 2-2 3 2 1-2 3 1 0-0 0 3 0-0 2 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 5 0 0-0 1 0 1-2 2 1 0-0 0 0 2 1 18-56 2-11 8-12 30 26 32.1 18.2 66.7

TP 3 15 2 11 1 0 3 0 4 0 3 4

SDSU FG 3FG FT REB F Clark 1-5 1-3 4-4 5 0 Amarikwa 4-7 0-0 0-0 9 4 Nahinu 4-5 0-0 0-0 6 4 Hopkins 5-13 2-3 1-2 7 1 Clements 10-23 3-9 2-3 6 1 Hunter 3-4 0-0 2-4 2 3 Novak 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Scurry 5-11 0-0 1-5 7 1 Long 0-1 0-1 0-0 4 0 TEAM 2 Totals 32-69 6-16 10-18 48 14 Pct. 46.4 37.5 55.6

TP 7 8 8 13 25 8 0 11 0

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

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

B 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

S MP 1 15 0 32 0 22 0 27 1 15 0 7 0 19 0 3 1 20 0 5 0 20 0 15

46 8 13 5 3 200 A 6 0 0 5 2 0 0 1 1

T 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 0

B 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

S MP 1 29 1 20 0 19 0 38 1 34 0 17 0 1 0 24 1 18

80 15 8 6 4 200

Officials: Michael Price, Melissa Barlow, Lisa Jones Technical fouls: USC - TEAM Attendance: 1,477

SDSU FG 3FG FT REB F Clark 1-7 0-2 0-0 10 5 Amarikwa 2-8 0-0 0-0 4 1 Nahinu 7-12 0-0 0-0 8 2 Hopkins 2-10 0-1 4-5 6 3 Clements 12-23 4-8 0-0 4 2 Hunter 0-1 0-0 0-0 4 2 Culberson 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 Scurry 1-5 0-0 0-2 4 2 Long 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 TEAM 4 Totals 25-70 4-12 4-7 48 17 Pct. 35.7 33.3 57.1

TP 2 4 14 8 28 0 0 2 0

T 0 1 2 3 3 1 2 0 0 1 58 10 13

11 5 200

USD FG 3FG Wijenberg 2-8 1-1 Wischer 1-10 0-2 Barlow 4-9 2-3 Bennett 0-1 0-0 Kame 5-23 0-0 Jelniker 1-1 0-0 McDaniel 1-2 0-0 Ederaine 3-6 0-0 Hood 5-8 0-0 Knutson 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 22-68 3-6 Pct. 32.4 50.0

TP 8 2 12 0 12 2 2 6 10 0

B 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1

FT REB F 3-4 5 3 0-0 15 1 2-3 2 1 0-0 0 0 2-2 3 3 0-0 1 1 0-0 3 0 0-0 6 1 0-4 3 2 0-0 1 0 8 7-13 47 12 53.8

A 2 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 6 0 0

54 6

T 0 2 2 4 3 0 0 0 1 0

B 2 0 4 1 1 1 0 2 0

S MP 2 26 0 24 0 35 1 35 1 35 0 10 0 6 1 19 0 10

S MP 1 26 2 39 1 34 0 7 1 32 0 15 0 13 0 12 2 21 0 1

6 8 7 200

Officials: Kyle Bacon, Karen Lasuik, Richard Waters Technical fouls: None Attendance: 2,182 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 25 33 58 San Diego 29 25 54

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total USC 24 22 46 San Diego State 38 42 80

UW Walton Williams Wetmore Kingma Davis Gilling Anderson Fortier TEAM Totals Pct.

TP 8 14 2 10 5 4 3 4 2

FT REB F 2-3 5 2 3-4 12 5 0-1 3 3 0-0 9 2 2-4 1 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 1 1 0-0 0 0 3 21-59 10-19 7-12 34 14 35.6 52.6 58.3

TP 17 15 13 3 11 0 0 0

FG 6-16 5-9 6-12 1-7 3-10 0-3 0-2 0-0

3FG 3-7 2-3 1-1 1-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

A 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 0 1

T 1 3 3 7 0 0 1 0 0

B 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 2 1 0 1 6 0 1 1

B 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 0 1 73 14 12

B 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

CP FG 3FG Griffin 2-4 0-0 Woodard 2-12 0-1 Schlemer 2-7 0-0 Elegado 3-7 0-1 Reeves 4-10 0-2 Ervin 2-4 1-1 Allison 8-11 0-0 Balbierz 0-2 0-1 Garza 0-2 0-0 Cascio 1-2 0-1 Nwamaka 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 24-61 1-7 Pct. 39.3 14.3

FT REB F TP A T 0-2 3 1 4 2 0 2-4 12 1 6 0 3 1-2 2 1 5 0 2 1-2 0 2 7 7 1 1-1 2 1 9 2 2 0-3 1 0 5 0 2 0-0 5 1 16 0 0 1-2 1 0 1 0 0 1-2 2 1 1 1 1 0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 7 7-18 35 8 56 12 12 38.9

B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 1 9 3 1 0 0 0

4 7 200 S MP 0 33 1 25 2 23 1 25 0 36 0 14 1 24 0 5 0 7 0 7 0 1

1 5 200

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 40 33 73 Cal Poly 27 29 56

S MP 1 28 1 35 1 39 3 39 1 40 0 11 1 7 0 1

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-5 0-2 0-4 0-0 1-5 0-5 0-0 0-0

FT REB F TP A T 2-4 2 3 6 0 0 1-2 3 5 3 0 3 2-3 8 3 7 2 5 0-0 4 1 0 0 1 3-5 2 1 15 1 3 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2 0 3 1 0 0-0 6 1 4 0 0 0-0 0 2 2 1 1 1-1 0 1 1 0 0 7 1 2-21 9-15 34 17 41 5 14 9.5 60.0

Officials: Robert Scofield, Kyle Bacon, Paul Patterson Technical fouls: None Attendance: 1,362

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 1-1 0-0 Amarikwa 7-10 0-0 Nahinu 6-13 0-0 Hopkins 4-8 0-0 Clements 4-15 1-3 Hunter 5-6 0-0 Novak 0-1 0-0 Culberson 2-4 1-1 Scurry 4-8 0-0 Long 0-1 0-0 Stamps 1-3 1-3 Brandon 2-3 0-0 TEAM Totals 36-73 3-7 Pct. 49.3 42.9

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 31 27 58 Washington 23 36 5

Officials: Kyle Bacon, Kaili Kimura, Ann Murray Technical fouls: None Attendance: 403

59 12 12 2 8 200

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S MP 0 33 0 15 1 26 2 39 2 35 0 13 1 17 0 14 1 8

Officials: Robert Scofield, Skelly Wingard, Kevin Rose Technical fouls: SDSU - Clements Attendance: 256

FPU FG Blackwell 2-5 Buczek 1-5 Stevens 2-12 Clement 0-2 White 6-20 Rohrbacker 0-1 Gonzales 1-7 Kloubec 2-10 Larson 1-1 Vasquez 0-0 TEAM Totals 15-63 Pct. 23.8

S MP 0 31 1 29 0 25 1 40 1 37 1 7 0 8 0 8 0 15

58 7 15 3 4 200 A 0 0 2 4 6 0 0 0

TP 8 0 13 17 17 2 4 10 2

Game 10 | Dec. 19 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

Game 7 | Dec. 5 | Alaska Airlines Arena | Seattle, Wash. FT REB F 0-0 1 2 2-5 6 1 2-2 6 4 6-6 10 2 3-3 13 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 2 0 2-2 2 1 4 15-18 45 12 83.3

FT REB F 2-2 5 3 0-0 4 2 0-0 4 2 1-2 10 1 0-0 6 2 0-2 0 2 2-2 0 1 0-0 3 0 0-0 1 0 2 5-8 35 13 62.5

SAN DIEGO STATE 90, FRESNO PACIFIC 41

WASHINGTON 59, SAN DIEGO STATE 58 SDSU FG 3FG Clark 1-3 0-1 Amarikwa 2-9 0-0 Nahinu 5-10 0-1 Hopkins 4-10 0-2 Clements 8-22 3-7 Hunter 0-1 0-0 Culberson 0-0 0-0 Scurry 0-3 0-0 Long 0-1 0-1 TEAM Totals 20-59 3-12 Pct. 33.9 25.0

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 3-5 0-1 Amarikwa 0-2 0-0 Nahinu 6-8 1-1 Hopkins 8-14 0-0 Clements 8-16 1-3 Hunter 1-2 0-0 Culberson 1-3 0-0 Long 4-5 2-2 Stamps 1-3 0-1 TEAM Totals 32-58 4-8 Pct. 55.2 50.0

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FT REB F 0-0 5 3 2-2 7 2 1-2 8 2 2-2 7 1 5-5 7 2 2-4 5 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 6 1 1-1 4 0 2-2 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 0 3 15-18 54 11 83.3

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Fresno Pacific 27 14 41 San Diego State 46 44 90

TP 2 16 13 10 14 12 0 5 9 2 3 4

A 2 0 0 13 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0

T 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 1 19 2 28 0 34 1 16 0 29 0 14 1 18 0 21 0 14 0 7

0 5 200 B 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

S MP 0 16 1 24 0 16 0 30 1 22 1 16 0 4 1 24 0 11 1 10 0 14 0 13

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2012-13 BOX SCORES SAN DIEGO STATE 88, SMU 72

SAN DIEGO STATE 72, SAVANNAH STATE 51

FRESNO STATE 80, SAN DIEGO STATE 72

Game 11 | Dec. 28 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

Game 13 | Jan. 2 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

Game 14 | Jan. 9 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

SMU Simpson McCray Baker Filmore Mays Wilkins Askew Bell Singleton TEAM Totals Pct.

FG 8-16 2-6 0-0 3-10 7-17 0-1 2-2 0-1 1-6

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 4-7 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1

FT REB F 4-8 8 1 2-4 4 3 0-0 2 3 5-5 0 0 8-11 4 1 1-3 1 0 1-2 0 2 0-0 3 0 0-0 6 0 5 23-59 5-13 21-33 33 10 39.0 38.5 63.6

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 1-6 0-3 Amarikwa 6-8 0-0 Nahinu 4-6 1-2 Hopkins 9-13 2-2 Clements 8-16 3-6 Hunter 4-5 0-0 Culberson 0-1 0-1 Harvey 2-6 2-4 Scurry 2-2 0-0 Long 0-1 0-1 TEAM Totals 36-64 8-19 Pct. 56.3 42.1

FT REB F 0-0 3 1 1-2 5 4 0-0 5 4 2-3 10 2 2-2 2 3 0-0 4 1 0-0 1 1 3-4 0 2 0-0 2 2 0-0 0 0 4 8-11 36 20 72.7

TP 20 6 0 11 26 1 6 0 2

A 1 1 1 4 2 0 2 1 1

T 1 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 3 39 0 19 0 15 2 33 1 35 0 8 0 17 1 17 0 17

72 13 9 0 7 200 TP 2 13 9 22 21 8 0 9 4 0

A 2 0 2 11 1 0 0 1 0 0

T 0 1 0 6 1 1 0 2 1 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0

S MP 0 18 0 17 0 17 2 38 1 400 24 0 6 0 21 1 16 0 3

88 17 12 4 4 200

Officials: Melissa Barlow, Anita Ortega, Chuck Gonzalez Technical fouls: None Attendance: 517 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total SMU 34 38 72 San Diego State 46 42 88

Game 12 | Dec. 30 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif. FG 7-17 14-19 1-4 0-6 1-8 3-8 0-0

3FG 3-10 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-3 0-0

FT REB F 8-8 6 2 2-2 15 2 2-2 4 3 12-14 4 2 0-0 5 3 0-0 4 1 0-0 0 0 3 26-62 4-16 24-26 41 13 41.9 25.0 92.3

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 1-6 1-5 Amarikwa 3-10 0-0 Nahinu 4-8 0-0 Hopkins 3-11 2-4 Clements 4-14 3-8 Hunter 1-2 0-0 Culberson 3-3 2-2 Harvey 2-4 2-4 Scurry 6-7 0-0 TEAM Totals 27-65 10-23 Pct. 41.5 43.5

FT REB F 0-0 0 2 1-4 5 1 0-2 6 2 5-7 7 5 2-2 6 3 0-0 1 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 1 0-0 4 0 5 8-15 36 16 53.3

FG 0-2 5-7 5-14 1-8 0-6 4-10 0-0 0-1 0-3 1-1 3-11 0-0

3FG 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-5 0-0

FT REB F TP A T 0-0 1 0 0 1 1 0-0 4 1 10 0 1 3-4 3 1 15 1 2 0-0 0 0 2 3 1 0-0 3 0 0 1 2 2-2 6 2 10 4 3 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1-2 3 1 1 0 0 0-0 1 0 2 0 1 5-8 8 2 11 2 6 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 11 1 19-63 2-12 11-16 41 8 51 13 18 30.2 16.7 68.8

SDSU FG 3FG Hunter 5-5 0-0 Clark 5-8 3-4 Amarikwa 5-7 0-0 Hopkins 2-6 0-1 Clements 4-14 2-7 Novak 0-1 0-0 Culberson 1-4 0-3 Harvey 4-8 2-4 Scurry 1-1 0-0 Long 0-1 0-1 Stamps 0-2 0-0 Brandon 2-4 0-0 TEAM Totals 29-61 7-20 Pct. 47.5 35.0

FT REB F 1-2 14 2 0-0 4 0 0-0 1 2 4-4 5 1 0-0 6 0 0-0 0 0 2-2 1 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 1 2 0-2 0 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 1 2 7-10 37 10 70.0

TP 11 13 10 8 10 0 4 10 2 0 0 4

A 1 1 0 9 1 0 1 4 1 0 1 0

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

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

S MP 0 4 0 30 1 33 0 31 1 24 4 29 0 2 0 7 1 6 0 5 1 26 1 3

2 9 200 B 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

S MP 2 31 2 19 2 28 1 26 1 26 0 1 1 12 2 24 1 9 0 8 1 4 0 12

72 19 16 7 13 200

Officials: Brenda Pantoja, Gordon Torigoe, Kristen Bell Technical fouls: None Attendance: 372

No. 14/13 OKLAHOMA STATE 80, SAN DIEGO STATE 72 OSU Donohoe Young Keller Bias Martin Suttles Anderson TEAM Totals Pct.

SSU Cuk Greene Uba J. Thomas Hanton Norman Johnson Williams Taylor Chambers A. Thomas Frazier TEAM Totals Pct.

TP 25 30 4 12 2 7 0

A 3 0 0 13 4 0 0

T 5 2 1 3 0 0 0

B 0 2 0 0 1 2 0

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Savannah State 11 40 51 San Diego State 35 37 72

S MP 3 39 1 38 0 20 2 40 1 38 2 22 0 3

80 20 11 5 9 200 TP 3 7 8 13 13 2 8 6 12

A 0 0 1 10 2 0 0 3 0

T 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 5 0

B 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

S MP 0 23 0 33 2 19 1 34 1 34 0 13 0 13 1 16 0 15

72 16 12 4 5 200

Officials: Melissa Barlow, Anita Ortega, Marianne Karp Technical fouls: None Attendance: 590

FS FG Sheedy 7-15 Moult 4-12 Farley 4-9 Moore 5-16 Thompson 4-5 Vandenburg 2-2 Draper 2-4 TEAM Totals 28-63 Pct. 44.4

3FG 4-4 2-8 1-2 0-4 0-0 0-0 2-3

FT REB F 0-0 8 3 2-3 6 0 0-0 4 2 5-7 11 1 8-8 5 0 0-0 1 4 0-0 0 1 3 9-21 15-18 38 11 42.9 83.3

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 0-3 0-1 Amarikwa 4-10 0-0 Nahinu 4-11 0-1 Hopkins 9-19 0-3 Clements 8-14 4-6 Hunter 0-1 0-0 Culberson 0-1 0-1 Harvey 1-7 0-4 Scurry 6-9 0-0 Stamps 0-1 0-1 TEAM Totals 32-76 4-17 Pct. 42.1 23.5

FT REB F 0-0 4 0 3-4 7 4 1-1 3 1 0-1 6 4 0-0 6 4 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 2 0-2 6 0 0-0 1 0 5 4-8 41 15 50.0

TP 18 12 9 15 16 4 6

A 3 5 3 3 4 0 0

T 1 0 2 7 3 0 0 1 80 18 14

B 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

TP 0 11 9 18 20 0 0 2 12 0

B 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

A 1 0 1 10 0 1 0 1 0 0

T 0 1 2 4 2 0 0 1 2 0

S MP 3 31 1 39 0 31 3 39 2 36 0 9 0 15

2 9 200 S MP 0 16 1 20 0 27 2 37 4 36 1 11 0 4 1 24 0 20 0 5

72 14 12 5 9 200

Officials: Anita Ortega, Lisa Jones, Chuck Gonzalez Technical fouls: None Attendance: 702 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Fresno State 37 43 80 San Diego State 27 45 72

SAN DIEGO STATE 48, COLORADO STATE 44 Game 15 | Jan. 13 | Moby Arena | Fort Collins, Colo. | CBSSN SDSU FG 3FG Hunter 0-2 0-0 Clark 6-13 1-6 Amarikwa 2-6 0-0 Hopkins 4-11 0-4 Clements 2-7 1-2 Culberson 1-5 0-0 Harvey 0-0 0-0 Scurry 1-2 0-0 Long 0-2 0-0 Stamps 2-8 1-3 Nahinu 0-1 0-0 Brandon 1-2 0-0 TEAM Totals 19-59 3-15 Pct. 32.2 20.0

FT REB F 1-4 4 1 0-0 5 5 1-4 7 1 5-7 8 2 0-0 1 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 1 0 0-2 1 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 3 1 0-0 0 2 0-0 3 0 6 7-17 40 14 41.2

TP 1 13 5 13 5 2 0 2 0 5 0 2

A 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 48 6 10

B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

CSU FG 3FG FT REB F TP A T Martin 3-7 0-1 0-0 6 3 6 1 2 Spotton 3-10 0-1 1-1 4 3 7 0 3 Nichols 2-5 1-1 0-2 3 3 5 0 2 Forte 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 1 3 Duffy 1-5 1-3 7-8 3 1 10 1 2 Thompson 2-4 2-3 2-2 6 0 8 1 0 Johnson 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 1 0 Heimstra 3-8 0-2 2-2 4 0 8 2 1 Varsho 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 3 TEAM 4 1 Totals 14-42 4-11 12-15 35 12 44 7 17 Pct. 33.3 36.4 80.0

B 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

S MP 3 30 1 26 1 32 3 36 0 21 1 8 1 6 0 10 0 4 1 17 0 2 0 8

2 11 200 S MP 0 40 1 24 1 27 0 21 1 28 0 17 0 7 2 31 0 5

3 5 200

Officials: Randy Campbell, Shelley Nakasone, Bob Scofield Technical fouls: None Attendance: 975

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Oklahoma State 38 42 80 San Diego State 34 38 72

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 30 18 48 Colorado State 16 28 44

Khristina Hunter notched her first career double-double with 11 points and a personal-best 14 rebounds vs. Savannah State.

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2012-13 BOX SCORES SAN DIEGO STATE 74, UNLV 60

SAN DIEGO STATE 66, WYOMING 43

SAN DIEGO STATE 63, NEW MEXICO 39

Game 16 | Jan. 16 | Cox Pavilion | Las Vegas, Nev.

Game 17 | Jan. 19 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

Game 19 | Jan. 27 | The Pit | Albuquerque, N.M.

SDSU FG 3FG FT REB F Hunter 0-3 0-0 0-3 11 3 Clark 3-8 2-5 0-1 4 3 Amarikwa 4-7 0-0 0-0 7 3 Hopkins 10-14 2-2 0-0 11 1 Clements 4-15 2-8 4-4 3 3 Culberson 1-4 0-1 1-2 4 1 Harvey 1-1 1-1 3-4 0 0 Scurry 4-8 0-0 1-2 3 2 Long 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 Stamps 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 1 Nahinu 2-5 0-0 0-0 3 2 Brandon 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 TEAM 6 Totals 29-68 7-19 9-16 53 21 Pct. 42.6 36.8 56.3

TP 0 8 8 22 14 3 6 9 0 0 4 0

UNLV FG Anderson 0-0 Cesarz 6-14 Callaway 1-4 Haynes 1-2 Miller 0-8 Verin 2-6 Williams 2-3 Cook 0-0 Charles 1-2 Moderegger 1-1 Thompson 5-18 TEAM Totals 19-58 Pct. 32.8

TP 0 17 2 3 4 6 4 0 2 4 18

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-6

FT REB F 0-0 0 0 5-5 6 4 0-0 6 0 1-2 1 2 4-6 5 2 2-3 4 1 0-0 5 0 0-0 1 3 0-0 0 2 2-2 1 1 7-8 4 0 1 1-8 21-26 34 15 12.5 80.8

A 0 0 0 10 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0

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

B 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 0 16 0 19 1 27 2 36 1 35 0 17 1 8 0 14 0 4 0 6 0 15 0 3

74 14 17 5 5 200 A 0 0 1 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 3

T 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 2

B 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0

S MP 0 5 2 31 1 18 5 28 1 32 1 17 1 7 1 7 0 13 0 7 0 35

60 11 13 6 12 200

Officials: Melissa Barlow, Penny Davis, Darren Krzesnik Technical fouls: None Attendance: 618 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 36 38 74 UNLV 22 38 60

WYO FG 3FG FT REB F TP A T Woodward 4-7 2-3 2-2 6 2 12 2 4 Sickles 1-7 1-4 2-2 4 3 5 1 1 Sewell 4-17 0-1 1-1 7 2 9 0 3 Gorrell 2-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 4 0 1 Mileto 1-9 0-4 0-0 2 2 2 1 1 Dent 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 3 2 Lewis 1-1 0-0 1-2 2 0 3 0 0 Freeze 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 Landry 3-3 0-0 0-0 2 2 6 1 3 Boehme 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 5 2 Totals 17-51 3-13 6-7 30 11 43 8 17 Pct. 33.3 23.1 85.7

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 2-4 1-3 Amarikwa 3-6 0-0 Nahinu 6-11 0-1 Hopkins 5-11 1-2 Clements 8-20 1-4 Hunter 0-0 0-0 Novak 1-1 0-0 Culberson 0-2 0-0 Harvey 1-3 1-2 Long 0-0 0-0 Brandon 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 26-58 4-12 Pct. 44.8 33.3

B 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1

FT REB F 0-0 0 1 5-6 6 2 0-0 5 2 3-4 8 0 1-1 6 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 1-2 6 1 0-0 1 3 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 1 2 10-13 37 11 76.9

TP 5 11 12 14 18 0 2 1 3 0 0

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

T 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 0

S MP 1 35 0 29 0 36 0 16 0 34 0 11 1 12 0 5 1 19 0 13

0 3 200 S MP 0 28 1 22 0 29 5 35 1 29 0 2 0 1 2 22 1 20 0 4 0 8

66 14 10 7 10 200

Officials: Anita Ortega, Wanda Szeremeta, Connie Pardue Technical fouls: None Attendance: 612 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Wyoming 23 20 43 San Diego State 30 36 66

T 1 2 3 3 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 63 11 15

B 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

UNM FG 3FG Erskine 1-4 0-0 Johnson 2-6 0-0 Owens 0-3 0-2 Brown 0-1 0-0 Durbin 1-4 0-1 Chavez 1-1 0-0 Shumpert 2-8 0-0 Halasz 4-9 0-1 Jackson 0-1 0-0 Peacock 1-2 0-1 Mitchell 1-2 0-0 Muraida 1-1 0-0 Vaughn 3-7 1-1 TEAM Totals 17-49 1-5 Pct. 34.7 20.0

FT REB F TP A T 0-4 2 2 2 0 1 1-2 4 2 5 2 0 0-0 2 1 0 1 4 1-2 0 1 1 0 3 0-0 2 1 2 0 5 0-2 0 0 2 1 0 0-2 3 4 4 3 0 1-3 5 1 9 1 0 0-2 0 0 0 1 1 0-0 4 0 2 0 3 0-0 1 0 2 1 1 0-0 1 0 2 1 0 1-1 3 1 8 2 1 5 4-18 32 13 39 13 19 22.2

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SAN DIEGO STATE 69, NEVADA 57 UNR FG 3FG LeSure 4-5 0-0 Burns 3-9 2-5 Sharp 5-11 0-5 Brennan 4-13 0-2 Wideman 4-7 0-0 Johnson 0-0 0-0 Kaelin 0-0 0-0 Shelbourn 0-0 0-0 Smith 0-4 0-1 Mungedi 0-1 0-0 TEAM Totals 20-50 2-13 Pct. 40.0 15.4

FT REB F 0-0 4 0 4-4 9 4 5-6 9 5 4-6 6 2 1-1 3 4 0-0 2 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 1 1-2 1 0 0-0 0 1 3 15-19 38 18 78.9

TP 8 12 15 12 9 0 0 0 1 0

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 2-6 0-2 Amarikwa 7-14 0-0 Nahinu 4-9 0-1 Hopkins 8-18 1-3 Clements 3-15 0-2 Hunter 0-6 0-0 Culberson 0-2 0-0 Harvey 1-4 1-3 Brandon 1-1 0-0 TEAM Totals 26-75 2-11 Pct. 34.7 18.2

FT REB F 2-2 2 1 1-1 6 2 0-0 5 1 8-10 10 2 4-5 9 3 0-0 7 1 0-0 1 1 0-2 3 0 0-0 0 0 6 15-20 49 11 75.0

TP 6 15 8 25 10 0 0 3 2

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Nevada 31 26 57 San Diego State 33 36 69

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TP 2 8 6 11 21 0 6 5 0 4

A 0 0 1 5 4 1 0 0 0 0

S MP 0 26 2 27 1 24 1 31 4 30 0 5 1 15 1 20 1 12 0 10

6 11 200 S MP 0 11 0 23 0 25 1 11 1 31 1 3 1 18 1 23 2 15 0 12 0 7 0 2 1 19

0 8 200

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 35 28 63 New Mexico 16 23 39

A 1 1 2 4 3 0 0 0 0 0

T 2 4 4 3 4 0 2 3 0 1

SAN DIEGO STATE 68, AIR FORCE 46

B 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Game 20 | Feb. 2 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif. S MP 0 25 1 32 0 34 3 35 2 38 0 12 0 4 0 4 0 9 0 7

57 11 23 8 6 200 A 1 1 0 10 0 0 0 2 0

T 0 1 3 7 1 2 0 1 0

B 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 4 29 1 31 1 17 3 400 31 1 23 1 8 1 17 1 4

69 14 15 2 13 200

Officials: Melissa Barlow, Jack Jones, Marianne Karp Technical fouls: SDSU - Clements Attendance: 479

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FT REB F 0-0 1 3 2-2 7 1 0-0 5 3 2-3 7 2 2-3 7 1 0-0 0 2 2-2 1 0 1-2 1 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0 2 3 9-12 32 16 75.0

Officials: Scotty Hermann, Gator Parrish, Shelley Nakasone Technical fouls: None Attendance: 7,437

Game 18 | Jan. 23 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

Las Vegas native Chelsea Hopkins returned to her hometown and posted the second of her national-leading four triple-doubles last season at UNLV.

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 1-3 0-2 Amarikwa 3-5 0-0 Nahinu 3-7 0-0 Hopkins 4-10 1-2 Clements 8-16 3-7 Hunter 0-0 0-0 Culberson 2-3 0-0 Harvey 2-4 0-0 Stamps 0-1 0-0 Brandon 2-2 0-0 TEAM Totals 25-51 4-11 Pct. 49.0 36.4

AFA Hilbig James Leipprandt Medina Byrd Blagowsky Parker Thompson Philpot Ivey Philson TEAM Totals Pct.

FG 1-3 4-14 8-13 1-3 1-4 0-1 0-0 2-8 0-0 0-2 0-1

3FG 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1

FT REB F 2-4 5 1 3-4 8 3 0-0 5 3 0-0 0 3 1-2 2 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 3 1 1-2 2 0 3-4 2 2 0-0 0 0 2 17-49 2-9 10-16 30 14 34.7 22.2 62.5

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 4-5 1-1 Amarikwa 4-7 0-0 Nahinu 4-7 0-0 Hopkins 6-14 1-2 Clements 5-12 2-6 Novak 0-0 0-0 Culberson 0-0 0-0 Harvey 0-6 0-3 Long 0-1 0-0 Stamps 2-3 0-0 Brandon 1-2 0-0 TEAM Totals 26-57 4-12 Pct. 45.6 33.3

FT REB F 1-2 2 3 3-4 8 2 2-2 7 3 1-2 8 1 3-4 4 0 2-2 0 0 0-1 2 3 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0 1 4 12-17 36 15 70.6

TP 4 11 18 2 3 0 0 4 1 3 0

T 4 3 4 1 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 46 12 19

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

TP 10 11 10 14 15 2 0 0 0 4 2

B 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

T 3 3 2 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 68 13 15

Officials: Lisa Jones, Ken Nash, Kim Mains Technical fouls: None Attendance: 1,842 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Air Force 20 26 46 San Diego State 26 42 68

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

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

S MP 0 32 1 38 1 39 0 16 0 13 0 5 0 2 2 22 0 11 0 21 0 1

1 4 200 S MP 1 27 0 30 0 19 4 34 2 32 0 1 3 15 1 14 0 8 0 6 0 14

6 11 200


2012-13 BOX SCORES SAN DIEGO STATE 64, BOISE STATE 40

SAN DIEGO STATE 86, UNLV 50

Game 21 | Feb. 6 | Taco Bell Arena | Boise, Idaho

Game 24 | Feb. 17 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif. | CBSSN

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 1-4 0-2 Amarikwa 6-9 0-0 Nahinu 3-6 0-1 Hopkins 6-10 1-2 Clements 5-12 2-5 Hunter 3-6 0-0 Novak 0-0 0-0 Culberson 1-3 0-0 Harvey 0-2 0-2 Long 2-3 1-2 Stamps 1-2 0-0 Brandon 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 28-57 4-14 Pct. 49.1 28.6 BSU Der Lenhardt Lee Cutri Henton Marshall Martinez Askew Reinhart Pelse TEAM Totals Pct.

FG 2-9 2-11 1-3 0-3 4-10 0-3 2-4 4-6 0-0 1-5

FT REB F 0-0 2 2 2-2 6 0 2-2 4 2 0-0 6 0 0-0 7 1 0-0 6 2 0-0 0 1 0-0 1 3 0-0 2 1 0-2 1 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0 0 1 4-6 37 13 66.7

TP 2 14 8 13 12 6 0 2 0 5 2 0

A 1 1 1 7 3 0 0 0 2 1 2 0

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

B 2 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

S MP 0 23 3 31 0 19 5 28 2 32 0 16 0 1 0 15 1 10 1 10 2 11 0 4

FT REB F TP A T 0-0 8 2 4 2 3 1-2 2 1 5 0 5 0-0 3 0 2 5 4 0-0 4 0 0 1 4 1-4 1 2 11 3 1 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 6 0 0 2-2 0 0 10 0 0 0-0 1 1 0 0 2 0-0 4 0 2 0 0 5 16-54 4-12 4-8 32 6 40 11 19 29.6 33.3 50.0

B 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 2 32 0 25 0 29 1 23 1 29 0 6 1 25 1 15 0 8 1 8

2 7 200

Officials: Brenda Pantoja, Randy Campbell, Kent Johnson Technical fouls: None Attendance: 518

SAN DIEGO STATE 74, FRESNO STATE 49

FS FG Sheedy 5-8 Farley 1-6 Moore 7-20 Moult 5-14 Thompson 2-9 Fox 0-1 Vandenburg 0-3 Draper 0-1 TEAM Totals 20-62 Pct. 32.3

FT REB F 2-2 4 4 1-1 7 1 2-2 11 1 1-2 11 3 0-0 6 2 0-0 3 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 0 3 6-7 46 11 85.7

T 1 1 1 8 1 1 3 0 1 74 14 17

B 1 1 3 0 3 1 0 0

FT REB F TP A T 0-2 2 3 10 2 1 1-2 2 0 3 5 3 1-4 7 1 15 1 2 0-2 7 0 15 1 1 0-2 1 1 4 1 5 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 0-0 4 1 0 0 0 2-2 3 0 2 0 0 5 5-19 4-14 31 7 49 10 13 26.3 28.6

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

3FG 0-1 0-3 0-2 5-11 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0

TP 2 17 18 17 20 0 0 0

A 1 1 1 7 3 1 0 0

S MP 0 28 0 32 1 35 2 36 0 35 0 15 1 5 0 14

9 4 200 S MP 2 26 0 34 2 35 3 35 1 33 0 2 0 20 0 15

1 8 200

FT REB F 0-0 2 2 4-5 6 2 0-0 3 1 3-4 7 0 7-7 1 1 1-3 8 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 5 3 0-0 7 1 0-0 1 1 0-0 0 3 0-0 1 0 4 15-19 45 15 78.9

TP 2 16 10 11 18 5 2 4 8 5 5 0

A 0 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 4 1 2 0

T 0 1 1 3 2 1 0 0 5 0 0 0

B 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

S MP 2 33 1 20 0 35 2 32 3 40 0 19 0 6 0 5

3 8 200 B 0 1 4 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

S MP 0 17 0 21 0 22 2 29 2 25 1 18 0 2 0 13 3 22 0 10 5 18 0 3

86 14 13 10 13 200

Game 25 | Feb. 20 | Arena-Auditorium | Laramie, Wyo.

Game 23 | Feb. 13 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif. CSU FG 3FG FT REB F Heimstra 4-14 1-2 6-7 7 5 Martin 2-8 0-1 2-2 13 1 Duffy 3-8 3-5 4-4 4 0 Forte 2-7 1-2 0-0 2 1 Thompson 0-3 0-3 0-0 1 0 Johnson 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 Spotton 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 Nichols 2-6 0-0 1-2 2 4 TEAM 5 Totals 13-49 5-14 13-15 36 11 Pct. 26.5 35.7 86.7

TP 15 6 13 5 0 0 0 5

T 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 2 44 8 13

B 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 2-8 1-4 Amarikwa 4-8 0-0 Nahinu 2-6 0-2 Hopkins 3-8 1-3 Clements 6-13 1-5 Culberson 3-3 0-0 Harvey 2-8 2-7 Stamps 2-7 1-5 Brandon 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 24-61 6-26 Pct. 39.3 23.1

TP 5 8 5 11 13 7 6 5 0

B 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 0

FT REB F 0-0 3 1 0-1 5 1 1-1 6 2 4-6 7 2 0-0 5 2 1-2 5 2 0-0 2 1 0-0 1 1 0-0 0 0 4 6-10 38 12 60.0

A 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 1

A 3 0 2 3 2 0 0 0 0

T 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 1

S MP 3 25 0 39 0 34 0 40 1 24 0 7 0 7 1 24

2 5 200 S MP 0 20 0 29 1 29 2 37 4 36 0 19 1 15 1 12 0 3

60 10 7 8 9 200

Officials: Wanda Szeremeta, Ernest Solis, Gator Parrish Technical fouls: None Attendance: 3,601

Officials: Shelley Nakasone, Rob Bryson, Marianne Karp Technical fouls: None Attendance: 507

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 42 32 74 Fresno State 26 23 49

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Colorado State 25 19 44 San Diego State 36 24 60

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total UNLV 23 27 50 San Diego State 38 48 86

SAN DIEGO STATE 57, WYOMING 51

SAN DIEGO STATE 60, COLORADO STATE 44

Game 22 | Feb. 9 | Save Mart Center | Fresno, Calif. | CBSSN

FT REB F TP A T 1-2 5 2 7 4 3 0-0 2 1 6 0 2 0-0 5 4 0 5 6 0-0 3 4 4 1 3 10-13 4 1 28 1 2 0-0 7 0 4 0 1 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 1-4 0 1 1 0 1 5 1 4-12 12-19 31 13 50 11 21 33.3 63.2

Officials: Michael Price, Kyle Bacon, Darren Krzesnik Technical fouls: None Attendance: 1,028

Erimma Amarikwa logged a career-high 17 points on 8-of-11 shooting in a road clash at Fresno State in front of a national-television audience.

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 29 35 64 Boise State 21 19 40

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-3 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-1

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 1-2 0-0 Amarikwa 6-8 0-0 Nahinu 5-9 0-0 Hopkins 3-12 2-3 Clements 5-15 1-5 Hunter 2-3 0-0 Novak 1-1 0-0 Culberson 2-5 0-0 Harvey 4-8 0-4 Long 2-2 1-1 Stamps 2-5 1-3 Brandon 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 33-70 5-16 Pct. 47.1 31.3

64 18 15 9 14 200

3FG 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0 2-4 0-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 0-0 0-0 Amarikwa 8-11 0-0 Nahinu 8-15 0-0 Hopkins 7-10 2-4 Clements 8-21 4-9 Culberson 0-0 0-0 Harvey 0-0 0-0 Stamps 0-3 0-1 TEAM Totals 31-60 6-14 Pct. 51.7 42.9

UNLV FG Verin 3-4 Callaway 3-4 Haynes 0-8 Miller 2-11 Thompson 7-15 Anderson 2-7 Cook 0-1 Moderegger 0-2 TEAM Totals 17-52 Pct. 32.7

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 0-1 0-1 Amarikwa 0-3 0-0 Nahinu 3-7 0-0 Hopkins 5-19 1-6 Clements 8-17 2-2 Hunter 0-0 0-0 Culberson 0-2 0-0 Harvey 1-2 1-2 Stamps 3-4 0-0 TEAM Totals 20-55 4-11 Pct. 36.4 36.4 WYO Sickles Sewell Gorrell Woodward Mileto Dent Lewis Landry Hoffman Boehme TEAM Totals Pct.

FT REB F 0-0 2 0 0-0 4 2 0-0 9 3 8-12 11 3 4-4 2 3 0-0 1 0 0-3 4 2 0-0 0 1 1-2 1 1 6 13-21 40 15 61.9

TP 0 0 6 19 22 0 0 3 7

FT REB F 0-0 10 3 7-9 7 5 0-0 0 1 0-0 3 1 0-0 3 4 0-0 0 0 0-0 3 2 3-4 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 10 19-54 3-12 10-13 37 16 35.2 25.0 76.9

FG 3-10 7-14 1-4 1-9 5-12 1-1 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

3FG 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

A 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0

B 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0

57 5

T 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 7

TP 7 21 2 2 11 2 3 3 0 0

T 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 0

B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 4 2 2 1 0 2 0 0

S MP 1 35 0 21 0 34 2 35 0 30 0 6 0 19 0 9 2 11

5 5 200 S MP 0 37 0 400 24 1 29 1 37 0 4 0 11 1 12 0 3 0 3

51 12 8 1 3 200

Officials: Shelley Nakasone, Bob Scofield, Jack Jones Technical fouls: None Attendance: 3,129 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 25 32 57 Wyoming 27 24 51

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2012-13 BOX SCORES SAN DIEGO STATE 58, NEVADA 45

SAN DIEGO STATE 73, AIR FORCE 55

SAN DIEGO STATE 86, BOISE STATE 45

Game 26 | Feb. 23 | Lawlor Events Center | Reno, Nev.

Game 28 | March 6 | Clune Arena | USAF Academy, Colo.

Game 29 | March 9 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif.

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 0-1 0-0 Amarikwa 6-12 0-0 Nahinu 1-3 0-1 Hopkins 5-18 0-2 Clements 9-19 3-5 Hunter 0-1 0-0 Culberson 0-2 0-0 Harvey 0-2 0-2 Long 0-1 0-0 Stamps 1-3 0-1 TEAM Totals 22-62 3-11 Pct. 35.5 27.3

FT REB F 2-2 3 4 2-3 11 3 0-0 4 2 3-3 14 1 0-0 3 1 0-0 1 2 4-4 6 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-1 2 2 2 11-13 47 16 84.6

TP 2 14 2 13 21 0 4 0 0 2

UNR FG 3FG Sharp 3-13 2-6 Brennan 4-14 1-4 LeSure 1-6 0-0 Burns 1-5 0-2 Wideman 1-8 0-3 Lois 0-0 0-0 Johnson 0-0 0-0 Shelbourn 4-7 0-0 Smith 0-0 0-0 Mungedi 0-1 0-0 TEAM Totals 14-54 3-15 Pct. 25.9 20.0

FT REB F 2-2 4 0 8-8 4 1 1-2 4 2 2-4 7 3 1-2 4 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 3 2 0-0 2 0 0-0 1 2 6 14-18 35 12 77.8

TP 10 17 3 4 3 0 0 8 0 0

A 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0

58 8

T 1 1 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 0

B 0 1 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 0

S MP 0 18 0 33 1 19 3 37 1 34 0 10 0 18 1 12 0 2 0 17

9 7 6 200

A 2 2 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0

T 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 45 11 9

B 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 0 31 2 36 1 22 1 26 1 40 0 6 0 11 1 14 0 7 0 7

2 6 200

Officials: Brenda Pantoja, Connie Pardue, Eric Larson Technical fouls: None Attendance: 1,053

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 3-5 0-2 Amarikwa 3-6 0-0 Nahinu 2-4 0-0 Hopkins 4-6 2-2 Clements 7-15 0-2 Hunter 0-0 0-0 Novak 0-0 0-0 Culberson 5-10 0-0 Harvey 1-3 0-1 Long 0-1 0-0 Stamps 1-5 1-3 Brandon 1-2 0-0 TEAM Totals 27-57 3-10 Pct. 47.4 30.0

FT REB F 0-0 1 4 1-2 2 3 2-2 5 3 4-6 3 2 0-1 2 1 0-0 3 1 0-0 0 0 5-6 13 2 3-4 2 1 0-0 1 1 1-2 4 0 0-0 0 1 4 16-23 40 19 69.6

AFA Hilbig James Leipprandt Medina Wilson Blagowsky Parker Thompson Philpot Byrd Philson TEAM Totals Pct.

FT REB F TP A 5-6 12 2 15 1 1-1 6 3 9 2 8-10 6 1 18 1 0-0 3 3 2 1 0-0 2 2 0 1 0-0 0 2 2 1 0-0 0 0 2 0 0-0 4 3 2 4 0-0 1 1 0 1 0-0 5 3 4 1 1-1 0 1 1 0

FG 5-10 4-9 5-14 1-6 0-4 1-2 1-1 1-9 0-0 2-5 0-1

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

20-61 0-8 15-18 39 32.8 0.0 83.3

TP 6 7 6 14 14 0 0 15 5 0 4 2

A 0 0 0 4 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 0

T 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 3 1 5 1 2 73 11 17

T 3 4 3 4 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 21 55 13 19

B 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S MP 0 18 1 20 0 13 2 25 3 35 1 15 0 1 1 28 0 15 0 5 0 19 0 6

2 8 200 B 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

S MP 1 36 0 29 1 37 1 24 0 12 1 7 0 4 2 24 0 8 0 12 0 7

2 6 200

Officials: Gator Parrish, Maj Forsberg, Eric Larson Technical fouls: None Attendance: 253

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 30 28 58 Nevada 17 28 45

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 41 32 73 Air Force 20 35 55

SAN DIEGO STATE 72, NEW MEXICO 44 Game 27 | Feb. 27 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif. UNM FG 3FG Vaughn 4-10 1-2 Johnson 3-5 0-0 Owens 1-2 0-1 Halasz 0-3 0-0 Durbin 1-2 0-0 Shumpert 0-0 0-0 Erskine 2-2 0-0 Brown 5-16 0-0 Jackson 2-6 0-0 Peacock 0-0 0-0 Mitchell 0-0 0-0 Nnaji 1-2 0-0 TEAM Totals 19-48 1-3 Pct. 39.6 33.3

FT REB F 1-1 6 3 0-2 1 4 0-0 4 0 0-0 3 1 0-0 2 2 1-2 1 3 2-2 6 0 0-1 6 2 1-2 1 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-2 1 0 2 5-12 33 17 41.7

TP 10 6 2 0 2 1 6 10 5 0 0 2

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

T 6 1 8 2 1 4 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 44 12 29

B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

SDSU FG 3FG FT REB F Amarikwa 3-8 0-0 2-3 4 2 Nahinu 1-4 0-0 0-0 4 3 Hopkins 6-9 1-1 4-5 4 1 Clark 2-4 0-2 0-0 1 2 Clements 12-23 0-4 5-6 8 0 Hunter 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 Novak 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 Culberson 1-1 0-0 1-2 4 2 Harvey 3-6 1-4 0-0 1 0 Long 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 Stamps 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Brandon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 TEAM 1 Totals 29-60 2-11 12-16 31 12 Pct. 48.3 18.2 75.0

TP 8 2 17 4 29 2 0 3 7 0 0 0

B 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

T 0 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 2 1 1 72 8 15

Officials: Lisa Jones, Michael Price, Marianne Karp Technical fouls: None Attendance: 706 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total New Mexico 25 19 44 San Diego State 35 37 72

78

BSU Der Lenhardt Cutri Martinez Henton Askew Reinhart Pelse TEAM Totals Pct.

FG 3-10 2-9 4-11 0-1 1-12 1-6 2-4 4-7

3FG 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 2-3 0-0

FT REB F TP A T 0-0 6 3 6 0 3 3-4 5 0 7 0 2 1-2 4 3 9 4 2 0-0 2 1 0 1 1 2-4 2 3 4 2 5 1-2 2 1 3 0 1 0-0 2 0 6 0 1 2-2 4 1 10 2 2 3 17-60 2-9 9-14 30 12 45 9 17 28.3 22.2 64.3

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 2-6 1-3 Amarikwa 4-6 0-0 Nahinu 6-10 0-0 Hopkins 5-12 1-3 Clements 9-19 4-10 Hunter 1-2 0-0 Novak 0-1 0-1 Culberson 2-3 0-1 Harvey 3-7 0-1 Long 1-2 0-1 Stamps 0-3 0-2 Brandon 2-2 0-0 TEAM Totals 35-73 6-22 Pct. 47.9 27.3

FT REB F 2-2 6 1 2-2 5 4 0-0 5 0 2-2 11 0 4-4 2 1 0-0 2 4 0-0 0 0 0-0 8 0 0-0 2 3 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 2 0 6 10-10 50 14 100.0

TP 7 10 12 13 26 2 0 4 6 2 0 4

A 1 0 1 12 2 0 0 1 8 0 0 0

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

B 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

S MP 2 20 0 26 2 40 0 20 2 38 1 19 0 22 1 15

2 8 200 B 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

S MP 0 25 1 20 0 19 4 30 1 30 1 13 0 3 1 22 1 16 1 7 0 9 0 6

86 25 13 7 10 200

Officials: Shelley Nakasone, Alecia Balich-Murray, Janetta Graham Technical fouls: None Attendance: 1,043 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Boise State 15 30 45 San Diego State 32 54 86

SAN DIEGO STATE 67, NEVADA 39 Game 30 | March 14 | Thomas & Mack Center | Las Vegas, Nev.

S MP 0 20 1 17 0 31 0 24 1 18 0 8 1 23 2 26 1 20 0 2 0 2 0 9

2 6 200 S MP 2 27 1 22 4 34 0 20 4 35 1 10 0 2 0 18 3 17 0 4 0 9 0 2

3 15 200

UNR FG 3FG Burns 0-5 0-0 Smith 1-2 1-2 Mungedi 4-12 0-0 Sharp 4-14 2-9 Wideman 1-5 0-1 Lois 1-1 0-0 Johnson 2-6 0-0 Kaelin 1-2 0-0 Shelbourn 0-1 0-0 LeSure 2-6 0-0 TEAM Totals 16-54 3-12 Pct. 29.6 25.0

FT REB F 0-2 4 3 0-0 2 0 2-6 10 4 0-0 2 0 0-0 4 0 0-0 1 0 1-4 4 3 0-0 1 1 1-2 1 2 0-0 1 0 8 4-14 38 13 28.6

TP 0 3 10 10 2 2 5 2 1 4

A 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1

T 2 2 4 3 2 3 2 2 2 0 1 39 5 23

B 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 2-6 2-4 Amarikwa 6-7 0-0 Nahinu 1-4 0-0 Hopkins 2-6 0-0 Clements 6-17 1-6 Hunter 4-5 0-0 Novak 0-0 0-0 Culberson 2-5 0-0 Harvey 1-2 0-1 Long 1-2 0-1 Stamps 1-4 1-4 Brandon 0-1 0-0 TEAM Totals 26-59 4-16 Pct. 44.1 25.0

FT REB F 2-2 1 0 3-4 10 2 2-3 5 3 0-0 6 1 2-2 5 1 0-2 9 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0 1 0-0 1 0 2-2 0 0 0-0 0 0 1 11-15 38 10 73.3

TP 8 15 4 4 15 8 0 4 2 2 5 0

B 0 3 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 14 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Nevada 18 21 39 San Diego State 32 35 67

1 6 200 S MP 0 25 0 24 1 20 4 30 3 34 2 16 0 1 0 17 1 13 0 5 3 11 1 4

67 16 13 7 15 200

Officials: Lisa Jones, Penny Davis, Gator Parrish Technical fouls: None Attendance: 5,285

Desi Culberson logged her first collegiate double-double with career highs of 15 points and 13 rebounds at Air Force to help the Aztecs clinch their second straight MW regular-season title.

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

S MP 1 24 1 25 1 28 1 35 1 30 0 9 0 20 1 10 0 8 0 11


2012-13 BOX SCORES SAN DIEGO STATE 67, NEW MEXICO 39

FRESNO STATE 76, SAN DIEGO STATE 70

Game 31 | March 15 | Thomas & Mack Center | Las Vegas, Nev.

Game 32 | March 16 | Thomas & Mack Center | Las Vegas, Nev. | CBSSN

UNM FG 3FG Vaughn 2-11 0-1 Johnson 1-3 0-0 Owens 0-2 0-1 Halasz 1-9 0-0 Durbin 1-7 0-1 Shumpert 2-7 0-0 Erskine 1-3 0-1 Brown 1-7 1-2 Jackson 1-4 0-1 Peacock 0-0 0-0 Mitchell 1-1 0-0 Nnaji 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 11-54 1-7 Pct. 20.4 14.3

FT REB F TP A T 1-2 3 3 5 0 2 0-0 2 0 2 0 1 0-0 1 1 0 2 1 2-2 5 0 4 1 0 2-2 2 0 4 2 1 4-6 0 3 8 0 1 2-2 3 2 4 1 1 4-4 5 0 7 0 1 1-2 3 2 3 0 3 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 2 0 1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 7 1 16-20 32 12 39 6 13 80.0

B 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 2-7 1-4 Amarikwa 3-6 0-0 Nahinu 4-6 0-0 Hopkins 5-9 2-3 Clements 6-16 1-5 Hunter 2-3 0-0 Novak 0-0 0-0 Culberson 1-2 0-0 Harvey 1-2 1-1 Long 0-0 0-0 Stamps 1-3 0-1 Brandon 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals 25-54 5-14 Pct. 46.3 35.7

FT REB F 1-1 1 0 2-2 7 4 2-2 3 4 2-3 14 3 2-4 2 2 0-0 2 0 0-0 0 0 1-1 2 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0 0 2-2 2 2 0-0 1 0 4 12-15 38 16 80.0

B 0 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

TP 6 8 10 14 15 4 0 3 3 0 4 0

A 2 0 1 5 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

T 1 4 0 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 67 13 12

S MP 1 21 0 7 1 27 1 21 2 23 0 18 0 26 2 26 1 15 0 4 0 6 0 6

3 8 200

S MP 1 24 1 27 1 21 1 35 1 29 0 15 0 1 0 16 0 7 0 2 0 21 0 2

8 5 200

Officials: Melissa Barlow, Lisa Jones, Chuck Gonzalez Technical fouls: None Attendance: 5,936 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total New Mexico 13 26 39 San Diego State 29 38 67

FS Sheedy Moult Farley Moore Thompson Fox Draper TEAM Totals Pct.

FG 6-14 5-9 6-11 6-21 1-9 1-2 0-1

3FG 4-6 4-6 1-3 0-3 0-3 0-0 0-1

FT REB F 5-5 6 3 0-0 8 3 0-0 1 4 10-11 11 0 2-2 3 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 2 0 7 25-67 9-22 17-18 38 11 37.3 40.9 94.4

SDSU FG 3FG Clark 2-3 1-1 Amarikwa 4-13 0-0 Nahinu 3-3 0-0 Hopkins 6-19 1-7 Clements 5-21 3-11 Hunter 2-3 0-0 Culberson 3-3 0-0 Harvey 0-1 0-1 Stamps 2-6 1-3 TEAM Totals 27-72 6-23 Pct. 37.5 26.1

FT REB F 0-0 3 1 3-3 11 1 1-2 3 1 2-3 15 4 2-2 5 2 0-0 2 0 2-3 5 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 5 4 10-13 48 16 76.9

TP 21 14 13 22 4 2 0

A 1 3 2 4 7 0 0

T 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 76 17 7

B 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP 5 11 7 15 15 4 8 0 5

B 2 1 2 2 3 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 0 8 3 0 0 0 0

T 2 0 0 3 4 0 0 1 1

S MP 2 34 1 39 2 35 2 40 1 36 1 7 0 9

1 9 200 S MP 0 23 0 31 0 16 2 37 0 40 0 12 2 21 0 2 0 18

70 12 11 10 4 200

Officials: Michael Price, Melissa Barlow, Clarke Stevens Technical fouls: None Attendance: 2,123 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Fresno State 45 31 76 San Diego State 34 36 70

SAN DIEGO STATE 69, UC SANTA BARBARA 46 Game 33 | March 20 | Viejas Arena | San Diego, Calif. UCSB Underwood Tilleman Nesbit Aguirre Mason Ware Campbell Castro Zornig TEAM Totals Pct.

FG 7-16 1-4 2-6 1-3 5-10 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-8

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4

FT REB F TP A 9-13 9 1 23 0 0-0 7 1 2 2 3-3 1 1 7 0 0-0 0 2 2 0 0-0 1 1 10 0 0-0 2 2 0 2 0-0 0 1 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-0 2 0 2 1 3 17-51 0-7 12-16 26 9 46 5 33.3 0.0 75.0

SDSU FG 3FG FT REB F Clark 2-5 1-2 0-0 3 1 Amarikwa 4-5 0-0 1-2 6 4 Nahinu 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 Hopkins 6-10 0-3 1-2 8 0 Clements 10-17 7-10 4-4 4 0 Hunter 0-1 0-0 0-0 5 1 Culberson 1-5 0-1 0-0 2 2 Harvey 0-3 0-2 1-2 1 2 Long 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Stamps 2-6 2-5 0-0 1 0 Brandon 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 TEAM 4 Totals 26-55 10-23 7-10 38 11 Pct. 47.3 43.5 70.0

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

B 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

T 0 2 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 69 12 11

B 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

TP 5 9 0 13 31 0 2 1 0 6 2

A 0 0 1 8 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

S MP 0 36 2 30 0 22 0 26 2 30 0 17 0 4 0 8 0 27

3 4 200 S MP 0 22 0 21 0 16 2 35 0 30 0 14 1 22 1 14 1 3 0 16 0 7

6 5 200

Officials: Shelley Nakasone, Benny Luna, Alecia Balich-Murray Technical fouls: None Attendance: 632 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total UC Santa Barbara 20 26 46 San Diego State 40 29 69

Courtney Clements scored a career-high 31 points in her final home game as an Aztec vs. UCSB in the WNIT.

BRIGHAM YOUNG 69, SAN DIEGO STATE 58 Game 34 | March 23 | Marriott Center | Provo, Utah | BYUtv SDSU FG 3FG Clark 2-4 2-4 Amarikwa 2-6 0-0 Nahinu 3-7 0-0 Hopkins 4-15 2-7 Clements 6-18 3-7 Hunter 4-7 0-0 Culberson 0-2 0-0 Harvey 0-2 0-2 Stamps 0-4 0-4 TEAM Totals 21-65 7-24 Pct. 32.3 29.2 BYU Seaborn Unga Hamson Beeston Steed Stratton Garfield Harry Bailey TEAM Totals Pct.

FT REB F 0-0 1 4 2-3 6 1 0-0 3 1 7-11 5 3 0-0 2 2 0-0 2 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 4 0 9 9-14 33 17 64.3

TP 6 6 6 17 15 8 0 0 0

FT REB F 1-1 3 1 2-4 4 0 4-6 17 4 6-6 4 1 3-4 5 3 0-0 0 0 1-2 1 1 0-0 1 1 2-2 4 1 2 21-48 8-21 19-25 41 12 43.8 38.1 76.0

TP 12 8 10 17 13 0 3 0 6

FG 4-8 3-6 3-5 4-7 4-13 0-0 1-1 0-2 2-6

3FG 3-6 0-0 0-0 3-6 2-8 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

A 2 1 1 6 0 0 1 1 0

T 0 1 0 5 2 1 2 1 0

B 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

S MP 0 16 2 26 2 20 1 39 2 38 1 17 1 17 0 7 0 20

58 12 12 1 9 200 A 4 4 2 0 6 0 0 1 0

T 1 1 4 4 3 0 1 2 2

B 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 1

S MP 1 27 0 29 0 32 0 35 3 400 0+ 1 12 0 13 0 12

69 17 18 8 5 200

Officials: Steve Belnap, Rigo Vasquez, Ashley Ellis Technical fouls: None Attendance: 470 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total San Diego State 26 32 58 Brigham Young 28 41 69

Gabrielle Clark was an all-Mountain West defensive team selection during her senior campaign on Montezuma Mesa.

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2012-13 MW REVIEW 

2012-13 FINAL MOUNTAIN WEST STANDINGS

|------------Conference Games----------| |---------------------------All Games-------------------------| Team W L Pct. H A W L Pct. H A N 1. San Diego State^ 15 1 .938 7-1 8-0 27 7 .794 14-2 10-4 3-1 2. Fresno State*+ 13 3 .812 6-2 7-1 24 9 .727 12-2 9-6 3-1 3. Wyoming^ 12 4 .750 7-1 5-3 24 8 .750 13-2 9-5 2-1 4. New Mexico 8 8 .500 4-4 4-4 17 14 .548 11-6 6-7 0-1 5. UNLV 8 8 .500 5-3 3-5 12 19 .387 7-9 3-8 2-2 6. Colorado State 7 9 .438 4-4 3-5 11 19 .367 8-7 3-10 0-2 7. Boise State 4 12 .250 3-5 1-7 11 19 .367 7-8 3-9 1-2 8. Air Force 3 13 .188 3-5 0-8 4 26 .133 4-10 0-14 0-2 9. Nevada 2 14 .125 1-7 1-7 8 23 .258 4-10 3-10 1-3 *MW Tournament Champion; +NCAA Tournament participant; ^WNIT participant

2012-13 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST TEAMS

2013 MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIP

First-Team All-Mountain West Courtney Clements, Sr, G, 6-0, San Diego State Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, 5-8, San Diego State Ki-Ki Moore, Jr., G, 5-8, Fresno State Kelli Thompson, Sr., G, 6-0, UNLV Chaundra Sewell, Sr., F, 6-1, Wyoming

All-Mountain West Tournament Team Courtney Clements, Sr, G, 6-0, San Diego State Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, 5-8, San Diego State Alex Sheedy, So., F, 6-1, Fresno State Kayla Woodward, So., F, 5-11, Wyoming MVP - Ki-Ki Moore, Jr., G, 5-8, Fresno State

Second-Team All-Mountain West Lauren Lenhardt, Sr., F/C, 6-2, Boise State Sam Martin, Jr., F, 6-2, Colorado State Rosie Moult, Sr., G/F, 6-1, Fresno State Caroline Durbin, Sr., G, 6-0, New Mexico Kayla Woodward, So., F, 5-11, Wyoming

2012-13 MW PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Third-Team All-Mountain West Alicia Leipprandt, Sr., G, 5-9, Air Force Alex Sheedy, So., F, 6-1, Fresno State Taylor Thompson, Jr., G, 5-5, Fresno State Erimma Amarikwa, So., F, 6-1, San Diego State Kaitlyn Mileto, So., G, 5-10, Wyoming Ashley Sickles, Sr., F, 6-1, Wyoming Honorable Mention Brandi Henton, So., G, 5-9. Boise State Caitlin Duffy, Fr., G, 5-11, Colorado State Meghan Heimstra, Sr., F, 6-1, Colorado State Danika Sharp, Jr., G, 5-9, Nevada Malia Nahinu, Sr., C, 6-6, San Diego State Réjane Vérin, Fr., G, 6-1, UNLV All-Defensive Team Ki-Ki Moore, Jr., G, 5-8, Fresno State Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, 5-8, San Diego State Meghan Heimstra, Sr., F, 6-1, Colorado State Rosie Moult, Sr., G/F, 6-1, Fresno State Gabrielle Clark, Sr., F, 6-1, San Diego State Chaundra Sewell, Sr., F, 6-1, Wyoming Player of the Year: Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, 5-8, San Diego State Defensive Player of the Year: Ki-Ki Moore, Jr., G, 5-8, Fresno State Freshman of the Year: Réjane Vérin, G, 6-1, UNLV Newcomer of the Year: Brandi Henton, So., G, 5-9, Boise State Sixth Player of the Year: Antiesha Brown, So., G, 5-10, New Mexico Coach of the Year: Beth Burns, San Diego State

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Nov. 12 – Lauren Lenhardt, Sr., F, Boise State Nov. 19 – Lauren Lenhardt, Sr., F, Boise State Nov. 26 – Courtney Clements, Sr., G, San Diego State Dec. 3 – Courtney Clements, Sr., G, San Diego State Dec. 10 – Chaundra Sewell, Sr., F, Wyoming Dec. 17 – Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, San Diego State Dec. 24 – Kayla Woodward, So., F, Wyoming Dec. 31 – Chaundra Sewell, Sr., F, Wyoming Jan. 7 – Taylor Thompson, Jr., G, Fresno State Jan. 14 – Lauren Lenhardt, Sr., F, Boise State; Ki-Ki Moore, Jr., G, Fresno State Jan. 21 – Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, San Diego State Jan. 28 – Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, San Diego State Feb. 4 – Kayla Woodward, So., F, Wyoming Feb. 11 – Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, San Diego State Feb. 18 – Ki-Ki Moore, Jr., G, Fresno State Feb. 25 – Jimi Blagowsky, So., G, Air Force March 4 – Courtney Clements, Sr., G, San Diego State; Réjane Vérin, Fr., F, UNLV March 11 – Réjane Vérin, Fr., F, UNLV; Chaundra Sewell, Sr., F, Wyoming

2012-13 MW NATIONAL HONORS All-Americans Courtney Clements, Sr, G, 6-0, San Diego State (Honorable Mention - WBCA) Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, 5-8, San Diego State (Honorable Mention - WBCA) Chaundra Sewell, Sr., F, 6-1, Wyoming (Honorable Mention - WBCA)

2012-13 MW REGIONAL HONORS WBCA All-Region VII Team Courtney Clements, Sr, G, 6-0, San Diego State Chelsea Hopkins, Sr., G, 5-8, San Diego State Chaundra Sewell, Sr., F, 6-1, Wyoming WBCA Region VII Coach of the Year: Beth Burns, San Diego State


2012-13 MW STATISTICS OVERALL GAMES Scoring Offense 1. Wyoming 2. San Diego St. 3. Fresno State 4. UNLV 5. Boise State 6. Nevada 7. New Mexico 8. Air Force 9. Colorado St.

G 32 34 33 31 30 31 31 30 30

Pts 2245 2324 2252 1952 1861 1899 1827 1697 1688

Avg/G 70.2 68.4 68.2 63.0 62.0 61.3 58.9 56.6 56.3

Scoring Defense 1. San Diego St. 2. Wyoming 3. Colorado St. 4. New Mexico 5. Fresno State 6. Boise State 7. UNLV 8. Nevada 9. Air Force

G 34 32 30 31 33 30 31 31 30

Pts 1793 1886 1784 1849 2013 2035 2108 2137 2149

Avg/G 52.7 58.9 59.5 59.6 61.0 67.8 68.0 68.9 71.6

FG Pct. 1. Wyoming 2. San Diego St. 3. Fresno State 4. New Mexico 5. UNLV 6. Boise State 7. Colorado St. 8. Air Force 9. Nevada

G 32 34 33 31 31 30 30 30 31

FG 809 909 829 712 668 691 590 640 664

FGA 1812 2111 2030 1748 1785 1856 1591 1756 1888

Pct .446 .431 .408 .407 .374 .372 .371 .364 .352

FG Pct. Def. 1.San Diego St. 2. Colorado St. 3. Wyoming 4. New Mexico 5. UNLV 6. Boise State 7. Nevada 8. Fresno State 9. Air Force

G 34 30 32 31 31 30 31 33 30

FG 632 659 731 661 795 730 813 784 748

FGA 1877 1817 1945 1749 1971 1809 1969 1875 1770

Pct .337 .363 .376 .378 .403 .404 .413 .418 .423

3-Pt. FG Pct. 1. Wyoming 2. Fresno State 3. San Diego St. 4. New Mexico 5. Colorado St. 6. UNLV 7. Boise State 8. Nevada 9. Air Force

G 32 33 34 31 30 31 30 31 30

FG 205 248 164 122 166 131 148 127 88

FGA 545 737 519 397 552 461 542 474 334

Pct .376 .337 .316 .307 .301 .284 .273 .268 .263

3-Pt. FG Pct. Def. 1. San Diego St. 2. New Mexico 3. Fresno State 4. UNLV 5. Wyoming 6. Nevada 7. Colorado St. 8. Boise State 9. Air Force

G 34 31 33 31 32 31 30 30 30

FG 114 145 152 195 155 154 211 167 157

FGA 404 477 494 631 498 492 667 514 483

Pct .282 .304 .308 .309 .311 .313 .316 .325 .325

3FG Made 1. Fresno State 2. Wyoming 3. Colorado St. 4. Boise State 5. San Diego St. 6. UNLV 7. Nevada 8. New Mexico 9. Air Force

G 33 32 30 30 34 31 31 31 30

Free Throw Pct. 1. Colorado St. 2. Boise State 3. Wyoming 4. UNLV 5. Fresno State 6. San Diego St. 7. Nevada 8. Air Force 9. New Mexico

G FTM 30 342 30 331 32 422 31 485 33 346 34 342 31 444 30 329 31 281

Rebound Margin G 1. Wyoming 32 2. San Diego St. 34 3. New Mexico 31 4. Boise State 30 5. Air Force 30 6. UNLV 31 7. Nevada 31 8. Fresno State 33 9. Colorado St. 30

3FG 248 205 166 148 164 131 127 122 88

FOR 1309 1382 1189 1191 1167 1222 1255 1170 1038

Avg/G 7.5 6.4 5.5 4.9 4.8 4.2 4.1 3.9 2.9

FTA 457 451 582 678 492 489 638 517 467

Pct .748 .734 .725 .715 .703 .699 .696 .636 .602

OPP 1056 1204 1092 1190 1192 1256 1316 1248 1255

Mar +7.9 +5.2 +3.1 +0.0 -0.8 -1.1 -2.0 -2.4 -7.2

Blocked Shots 1. San Diego St. 2. Colorado St. 3. Nevada 4. UNLV 5. Boise State 6. Wyoming 7. New Mexico 8. Fresno State 9. Air Force

G 34 30 31 31 30 32 31 33 30

Blks 190 140 119 106 99 98 94 70 44

Avg/G 5.6 4.7 3.8 3.4 3.3 3.1 3.0 2.1 1.5

Assists 1. Wyoming 2. Fresno State 3. New Mexico 4. Air Force 5. Boise State 6. San Diego St. 7. UNLV 8. Colorado St. 9. Nevada

G Assists Avg/G 32 507 15.8 33 494 15.0 31 420 13.5 30 400 13.3 30 397 13.2 34 444 13.1 31 395 12.7 30 337 11.2 31 348 11.2

Steals 1. Fresno State 2. UNLV 3. Nevada 4. San Diego St. 5. New Mexico 6. Air Force 7. Colorado State 8. Boise State 9. Wyoming

G 33 31 31 34 31 30 30 30 32

Steals Avg/G 426 12.9 298 9.6 294 9.5 289 8.5 259 8.4 233 7.8 227 7.6 213 7.1 161 5.0

CONFERENCE GAMES Scoring Offense 1. Wyoming 2. San Diego St. 3. Fresno State 4. UNLV 5. Boise State 6. New Mexico 7. Air Force 8. Nevada 9. Colorado St.

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Pts 1127 1090 1082 1027 970 951 937 901 898

Avg/G 70.4 68.1 67.6 64.2 60.6 59.4 58.6 56.3 56.1

Scoring Defense 1. San Diego St. 2. Wyoming 3. Colorado St. 4. Fresno State 5. New Mexico 6. UNLV 7. Nevada 8. Boise State 9. Air Force

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Pts 792 938 940 956 981 1065 1070 1108 1133

Avg/G 49.5 58.6 58.8 59.8 61.3 66.6 66.9 69.2 70.8

FG Pct. 1. Wyoming 2. San Diego St. 3. Fresno State 4. New Mexico 5. UNLV 6. Boise State 7. Colorado St. 8. Air Force 9. Nevada

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

FG 415 432 404 380 351 373 307 353 331

FGA 933 999 935 902 921 991 818 953 965

Pct .445 .432 .432 .421 .381 .376 .375 .370 .343

FG Pct. Def. 1. San Diego St. 2. Colorado St. 3. Wyoming 4. UNLV 5. New Mexico 6. Nevada 7. Boise State 8. Fresno State 9. Air Force

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

FG 287 355 373 400 347 411 392 380 401

FGA 856 975 962 1017 879 984 929 885 930

Pct .335 .364 .388 .393 .395 .418 .422 .429 .431

3-Pt. FG Pct. 1. Fresno State 2. Colorado St. 3. Wyoming 4. New Mexico 5. UNLV 6. San Diego St. 7. Boise State 8. Air Force 9. Nevada

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

FG 131 91 91 69 75 67 78 47 64

FGA 361 268 270 216 237 232 275 188 259

Pct .363 .340 .337 .319 .316 .289 .284 .250 .247

3-Pt. FG Pct. Def. 1. San Diego St. 2. UNLV 3. Fresno State 4. Colorado St. 5. Nevada 6. New Mexico 7. Wyoming 8. Air Force 9. Boise State

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

FG 49 94 67 111 73 75 79 77 88

FGA 184 331 230 374 231 229 239 230 258

Pct .266 .284 .291 .297 .316 .328 .331 .335 .341

3FG Made 1. Fresno State 2. Colorado St. Wyoming 4. Boise State 5. UNLV 6. New Mexico 7. San Diego St. 8. Nevada 9. Air Force Free Throw Pct. 1. Colorado St. 2. UNLV 3. Wyoming 4. Boise State 5. San Diego St. 6. Fresno State 7. Air Force 8. Nevada 9. New Mexico

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

3FG 131 91 91 78 75 69 67 64 47

Avg/G 8.2 5.7 5.7 4.9 4.7 4.3 4.2 4.0 2.9

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

FTM 193 250 206 146 159 143 184 175 122

FTA 246 342 282 204 228 207 272 259 220

Pct .785 .731 .730 .716 .697 .691 .676 .676 .555

Rebound Margin G 1. San Diego St. 16 2. Wyoming 16 3. New Mexico 16 4. Air Force 16 5. UNLV 16 6. Boise State 16 7. Fresno State 16 8. Nevada 16 9. Colorado St. 16

FOR 662 645 578 628 632 602 526 607 532

OPP 541 531 550 603 651 621 563 687 665

Mar +7.6 +7.1 +1.8 +1.6 -1.2 -1.2 -2.3 -5.0 -8.3

Blocked Shots 1. San Diego St. 2. Colorado St. 3. Nevada 4. Boise State 5. UNLV 6. Wyoming 7. New Mexico 8. Fresno State 9. Air Force

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Blks 93 70 59 52 51 44 44 31 18

Avg/G 5.8 4.4 3.7 3.3 3.2 2.8 2.8 1.9 1.1

Assists 1. Wyoming 2. Fresno State 3. New Mexico 4. Air Force 5. Boise State 6. UNLV 7. San Diego St. 8. Colorado St. 9. Nevada

G Assists Avg/G 16 270 16.9 16 247 15.4 16 220 13.8 16 216 13.5 16 215 13.4 16 208 13.0 16 199 12.4 16 187 11.7 16 180 11.3

Steals 1. Fresno State 2. San Diego St. 3. UNLV 4. Nevada 5. New Mexico 6. Air Force 7. Colorado St. 8. Boise State 9. Wyoming

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Steals Avg/G 198 12.4 154 9.6 151 9.4 135 8.4 134 8.4 122 7.6 116 7.3 108 6.8 91 5.7

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2012-13 MW STATISTICS OVERALL GAMES Scoring 1. Kelli Thompson - UNLV 2. Courtney Clements - SDSU 3. Ki-Ki Moore - FS 4. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU 5. Chaundra Sewell - WY 7. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU

G 31 34 33 29 32 34

Pts 564 607 582 456 478 463

Avg 18.2 17.9 17.6 15.7 14.9 13.6

Total Rebounds 1. Chaundra Sewell - WY 2. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 3. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU 4. Dymond James - AFA 5. Katie Hilbig - AFA

G 32 34 29 30 30

No 310 272 204 211 209

Avg 9.7 8.0 7.0 7.0 7.0

Offensive Rebounds 1. Chaundra Sewell - WY 2. Erimma Amarikwa - SDSU 3. Katie Hilbig - AFA 4. Réjane Vérin - UNLV 5. Ki-Ki Moore - FS

G 32 34 30 31 33

No 127 101 88 82 78

Avg 4.0 3.0 2.9 2.6 2.4

Defensive Rebounds 1. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 2. Chaundra Sewell - WY 3. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU 4. Dymond James - AFA 5. Emily Burns - Nevada

G 34 32 29 30 31

No 232 183 153 158 151

Avg 6.8 5.7 5.3 5.3 4.9

Field Goal Percentage 1. Chaundra Sewell - WY 2. Erimma Amarikwa - SDSU 3. Malia Nahinu - SDSU 4. Réjane Vérin - UNLV 5. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU

G 32 34 33 31 29

FG 175 131 114 110 176

FGA 332 260 228 222 398

Pct .527 .504 .500 .495 .442

Free Throw Percentage 1. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU 2. Caitlin Duffy - CSU 3. Chanelle Brennan - Nevada 4. Danika Sharp - Nevada 5. Taylor Thompson - FS 10. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU

G 29 27 26 31 32 34

FTM 78 84 70 104 81 96

FTA 94 104 87 130 102 133

Pct .830 .808 .805 .800 .794 .722

3-Point FG Percentage 1. Kaitlyn Mileto - WY 2. Caroline Durbin - UNM 3. Kayla Woodward - WY 4. Rosie Moult - FS 5. Courtney Clements - SDSU

G 32 31 32 28 34

3FG 3FGA Pct 70 167 .419 49 117 .419 62 157 .395 85 223 .381 77 203 .379

3-Point FG Made 1. Rosie Moult - FS 2. Courtney Clements - SDSU 3. Kaitlyn Mileto - WY 4. Kelli Thompson - UNLV Danika Sharp - Nevada

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G 28 34 32 31 31

3FG 85 77 70 64 64

Avg 3.0 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.1

Assists 1. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 2. Rmanii Haynes - UNLV 3. Taylor Thompson - FS 4. Ki-Ki Moore - FS 5. Bryce Owens - UNM Assist-Turnover Ratio 1. Alison Gorrell - WY 2. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 3. Taylor Thompson - FS 4. Rmanii Haynes - UNLV 5. LaDeyah Forte - CSU

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

No 232 151 140 133 116 A 117 232 140 151 105

T 45 104 77 115 81

Avg 6.8 4.9 4.4 4.0 3.7 Ratio 2.6 2.2 1.8 1.3 1.3

Steals 1. Ki-Ki Moore - FS 2. Rosie Moult - FS 3. Taylor Thompson - FS 4. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 5. Chanelle Brennan - Nevada

G 33 28 32 34 26

No 103 82 87 75 54

Avg 3.1 2.9 2.7 2.2 2.1

Blocks 1. Malia Nahinu - SDSU 2. Meghan Heimstra - CSU 3. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU 4. Sam Martin - CSU 5. Emily Burns - Nevada

G 33 28 29 30 31

No 67 55 40 41 37

Avg 2.0 2.0 1.4 1.4 1.2

Scoring 1. Kelli Thompson - UNLV 2. Courtney Clements - SDSU Ki-Ki Moore - FS 4. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU 5. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU

G 16 16 16 16 16

Pts 304 278 278 270 245

Avg 19.0 17.4 17.4 16.9 15.3

Total Rebounds 1. Chaundra Sewell - WY 2. Réjane Vérin - UNLV 3. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 4. Dymond James - AFA 5. Katie Hilbig - AFA

G 16 16 16 16 16

No 148 135 132 126 116

Avg 9.3 8.4 8.3 7.9 7.3

Offensive Rebounds 1. Chaundra Sewell - WY 2. Katie Hilbig - AFA 3. Erimma Amarikwa - SDSU Réjane Vérin - UNLV 5. Lexie Der - BSU 9. Malia Nahinu - SDSU

G 16 16 16 16 16 16

No 60 51 49 49 45 31

Avg 3.8 3.2 3.1 3.1 2.8 2.1

Defensive Rebounds 1. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 2. Dymond James - AFA 3. Chaundra Sewell - WY 4. Réjane Vérin - UNLV 5. Sam Martin - CSU

G 16 16 16 16 16

No 118 94 88 86 85

Avg 7.4 5.9 5.5 5.4 5.3

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Field Goal Percentage 1. Erimma Amarikwa - SDSU 2. Réjane Vérin - UNLV 3. Chaundra Sewell - WY 4. Katie Hilbig - AFA 5. Ki-Ki Moore - FS 6. Malia Nahinu - SDSU

G 16 16 16 16 16 16

FG 67 79 90 51 110 54

FGA 126 150 177 106 231 115

Pct .532 .527 .508 .481 .476 .470

Free Throw Percentage 1. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU 2. Courtney Clements - SDSU 3. Chanelle Brennan - Nevada 4. Chaundra Sewell - WY 5. Kelli Thompson - UNLV Caitlin Duffy - CSU

G 16 16 13 16 16 15

FTM 50 34 39 64 98 49

FTA 56 39 45 75 118 59

Pct .893 .872 .867 .853 .831 .831

3-Point FG Percentage 1. Rosie Moult - FS 2. Deeva Vaughn - UNM 3. Sam Martin - CSU 4. Kayla Woodward - WY 5. Taylor Thompson - FS 6. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU

G 15 15 16 16 16 16

3FG 3FGA Pct 52 121 .430 18 42 .429 19 47 .404 31 77 .403 16 41 .390 17 44 .386

3-Point FG Made 1. Rosie Moult - FS 2. Kaitlyn Mileto - WY 3. Kelli Thompson - UNLV 4. Danika Sharp - Nevada 5. Kayla Woodward - WY 6. Courtney Clements - SDSU

G 15 16 16 16 16 16

3FG 52 36 34 32 31 30

Avg 3.5 2.3 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.9

Assists 1. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 2. Ki-Ki Moore - FS 3. Rmanii Haynes - UNLV 4. Taylor Thompson - FS 5. Cherae Medina - AFA

G 16 16 16 16 16

No 98 71 70 69 61

Avg 6.1 4.4 4.4 4.3 3.8

Assist-Turnover Ratio 1. Alison Gorrell - WY 2. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 3. Kayla Woodward - WY 4. Taylor Thompson - FS 5. LaDeyah Forte - CSU

G 16 16 16 16 16

A 59 98 58 69 54

T 17 44 34 44 37

Ratio 3.5 2.2 1.7 1.6 1.5

Steals 1. Ki-Ki Moore - FS 2. Rosie Moult - FS 3. Chelsea Hopkins - SDSU 4. Rosalie Cutri - BSU 5. Chanelle Brennan - Nevada

G 16 15 16 16 13

No 49 44 46 35 28

Avg 3.1 2.9 2.9 2.2 2.2

Blocks 1. Malia Nahinu - SDSU 2. Meghan Heimstra - CSU 3. Emily Burns - Nevada 4. Lauren Lenhardt - BSU 5. Sam Martin - CSU 10. Desi Culberson - SDSU

G 16 16 16 16 16 16

No 35 33 22 22 21 13

Avg 2.2 2.1 1.4 1.4 1.3 0.8


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AZTEC RECORD BOOK ď ľTEAM

RECORDS

AZTEC TEAM RECORDS Points Game High - 132, vs. Utah State, 12/16/83 Game Low - 22, at Utah, 2/20/03 Season High - 2,600 (1988-89) Season Low - 1,084 (1976-77) Scoring Average Season High - 86.6 (2,597 pts. in 30 gm.), 1983-84 Season Low - 52.1 (1,435 pts. in 27 gm.), 2005-06 Field Goals Game High - 58, vs. Utah State, 12/16/83 Game Low - 8, at Utah, 2/20/03; vs. Utah, 2/5/04 Season High - 1,098 (1983-84) Season Low - 421 (1976-77) Field Goals Attempts Game High - 96, vs. Utah State, 12/16/83 Game Low - 35, vs. Long Beach State, 1/23/82 Season High - 2,228 (1988-89) Season Low - 1,321 (1976-77) Field Goal Percentage Game High - .681 (32-47), vs. Illinois State, 11/24/00 High Half - .836, vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/14/82 Game Low - .190 (8-42), vs. Utah, 2/5/04 Season High - .494 (1098-2222), (1983-84) Season Low - .319 (421-1321), (1976-77) 3-Point Field Goals Game High - 17, vs. Utah Valley State, 2/10/05 Game Low - 0, many times, last vs. BYU, 1/26/11 Season High - 164 (2012-13) Season Low - 4 (1987-88) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts Game High - 29 at Colorado State, 1/20/05 Game Low - 0, many times, last at TCU, 2/4/12 Season High - 519 (2012-13) Season Low - 24 (1987-88) 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game High - 1.000, many times, last: vs. New Mexico, 3/11/94 Game Low - .000, many times, last: at TCU, 2/4/12 Season High - .404 (64-161) (1993-94) Season Low - .146 (6-41) (1991-92) Free Throws Game High - 31, vs. Duquesne, 12/30/98 Game Low - 0, six times, last: at UC Davis, 12/3/05 Season High - 527 (1988-89) Season Low - 240 (1976-77) Free Throw Attempts Game High - 45, vs. Colorado, 1/9/81 Game Low - 0, vs. Utah, 1/25/03 Season High - 796 (1980-81) Season Low - 395 (1976-77) Free Throw Percentage - (min. 10 att.) Game High - 1.000 (20-20), vs. UCLA, 2/2/81; (10-10), vs. Boise State, 3/9/13 Game Low - .000, vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/22/90; vs. Wyoming, 2/14/02; at UC Davis, 12/3/05

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Season High - .745 (475-638) (1981-82) Season Low - .512 (264-516) (1992-93)

Season High - 141 (2003-04) Season Low - 49 (1987-88)

Rebounds Game High - 76, vs. Pepperdine, 12/12/77 Game Low - 14, vs. USC, 2/5/80 Season High - 1,479 (1988-89) Season Low - 735 (1998-99)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts Game High - 30, vs. Radford, 3/23/89 Game Low - 0, many times, last vs. Auburn, 12/30/09 Season High - 434 (2009-10) Season Low - 148 (1987-88)

Assists Game High - 34, vs. UTEP, 1/14/84; vs. UCSB, 1/7/84 Game Low - 1, vs. UC Irvine, 2/15/82 Season High - 637 (1983-84) Season Low - 188 (1976-77)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game High (min. 7) - .889 (8-9), at Pacific, 3/4/89 Game Low - .000, many times, last vs. UCSB, 3/20/13 Season High - .385, 119-309 (2005-06) Season Low - .269, 76-283 (1996-97)

Turnovers Game High - 48, vs. UCLA, 2/23/79 Game Low - 6, vs. Wyoming, 3/9/12 Season High - 726 (1985-86) Season Low - 448 (2012-13)

Free Throws Game High - 37, at Wichita State, 11/19/05 Game Low - 0, at San Diego, 2/10/82 Season High - 462 (2011-12) Season Low - 219 (1981-82)

Blocked Shots Season High - 195 (2008-09) Season Low - 49 (1989-90)

Free Throw Attempts Game High - 50, at Wichita State, 11/19/05 Game Low - 1, vs. San Diego, 11/17/09 Season High - 743 (1994-95) Season Low - 350 (1981-82)

Steals Season High - 555 (1983-84) Season Low - 182 (2010-11) Personal Fouls Game High - 34, vs. Cal Poly, 12/18/76 Game Low - 6, vs. Virginia, 12/27/81 Season High - 674 (1985-86) Season Low - 429 (1999-00) OPPONENT TEAM RECORDS Points Game High - 116, vs. Long Beach State, 3/8/86 Game Low - 17, vs. San Diego, 12/11/78 Season High - 2,423 (1985-86) Season Low - 1,467 (1976-77) Scoring Average Season High - 78.2 (2,423 pts. in 31 gm.), 1985-86 Season Low - 52.0 (1,559 pts. in 30 gm.), 1996-97 Field Goals Game High - 47, vs. Long Beach State, 2/10/86 Game Low - 6, vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 Season High - 973 (1984-85) Season Low - 421 (1976-77) Field Goal Attempts Game High - 91, at Cal State Fullerton, 2/11/78; vs. Pepperdine, 12/12/77 Game Low - 31, vs. San Diego, 12/11/78; vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills, 11/18/12 Season High - 2,099 (1984-85) Season Low - 1,321 (1976-77) Field Goal Percentage Game High - .680 (34-50), at UCLA, 1/25/79 Game Low - .190 (8-42), vs. Air Force, 1/7/09 Season High - .490 (905-1848) (1982-83) Season Low - .337 (632-1877) (2012-13) 3-Point Field Goals Made Game High - 13, at Wyoming, 2/21/04 Game Low - 0, many times, last: vs. UCSB, 3/20/13

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Free Throw Percentage Game High (min. 10) - 1.000 (18-18), vs. Cal State Northridge, 12/28/03; (12-12) at UC Davis, 12/3/05 Game Low - .182 (2-11), vs. UNLV, 1/21/88 Season High - .728 (385-529) (2004-05) Season Low - .601 (252-419) (1979-80) Rebounds Game High - 71, at Cal State Fullerton, 1/25/83 Game Low - 14, vs. Arizona, 1/31/81 Season High - 1,291 (1977-78) Season Low - 894 (1978-79)

AZTEC TEAM SCORING RECORDS Largest Victory Margin (81) 98-17 vs. San Diego...................................1978-79 (75) 112-37 vs. Hardin-Simmons.......................1984-85 (70) 111-41 vs. Lewis-Clark State .....................1983-84 (68) 132-64 vs. Utah State ................................1983-84 (62) 97-35 vs. Fresno State ...............................1994-95 Largest Losing Margin (65) 38-103 vs. Cal Poly Pomona......................1976-77 (64) 45-109 vs. Stanford ....................................1989-90 (60) 44-104 vs. UCLA ........................................1977-78 (60) 30-90 vs. UCLA ..........................................1978-79 (53) 45-98 vs. UCLA ..........................................1976-77 100-Point Games (Opponent Score) 132 vs. Utah State (64)......................................1983-84 122 vs. UC Santa Barbara (62) .........................1983-84 116 vs. Texas-El Paso (59) ...............................1983-84 112 vs. Hardin-Simmons (37) ............................1984-85 111 vs. Lewis-Clark State (41) ..........................1983-84 105 vs. Texas-El Paso (72) ...............................1982-83 104 vs. Arizona State (82) .................................1984-85 103 vs. Pepperdine (81) ....................................1983-84 103 vs. Northern Illinois (92)..............................1987-88 101 vs. Pacific (58) ............................................1987-88 101 vs. McNeese State (55) ..............................1990-91 101 vs. Colorado State (62)...............................1991-92


AZTEC RECORD BOOK Field Goal Percentage Game (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (10-10), Heidi Bauer vs. Arizona, 2/26/82 Season (Min. 150 att.) .667 (156-234), Michelle Suman, 1991-92 Career (Min. 300 attempts) .612 (524-858), Michelle Suman, 1992-95 3-Point Field Goals Game - 8, Falisha Wright at Wyoming, 2/25/93; Carmelia Bloodsaw at UTEP, 1/19/91 Season - 77, Courtney Clements, 2012-13; Jamey Cox, 2002-03 Career - 249, Jamey Cox, 1999-2003 3-Point Field Goal Attempts Game - 18, Jamey Cox vs. Wyoming, 2/8/03 Season - 237, Jamey Cox, 2002-03 Career - 693, Jamey Cox, 1999-2003 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Season - .454, (49-108), Falisha Wright, 1991-92 Career - .382, (206-539), Falisha Wright, 1992-95 Free Throw Percentage Game (Min. 10 att.) 1.000 (10-10), Quenese Davis vs. DePaul, 3/21/09 1.000 (10-10), Chana Perry vs. N. Illinois, 1/2/88 Season - .920 (46-50), Lisa Stevens, 1986-87

Free Throws Game - 16, Tina Hutchinson vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/10/84 Season - 183, Judy Porter, 1981-82 Career - 564, Judy Porter, 1980-83

Chelsea Hopkins led the nation with an incredible four triple-doubles during her senior season in 2012-13.

INDIVIDUAL

RECORDS

Rebounds Game - 27, Chana Perry vs. Nevada, 11/25/88 Season - 436, Judy Porter, 1980-81 Career - 1,498, Judy Porter, 1980-83

Games Played Season - 36 by Diena Pels, Monica Rebbe, Heidi Bauer, 1980-81 Career - 128, Marsha Overton, 1980-83

Rebounding Average Season - 13.1, Chana Perry, 1988-89 (406/31 gm.) Career - 12.5, Judy Porter, 1980-83 (1,498/120 gm.)

Minutes Played Game - 50, Michelle Miles at UTEP, 1/19/91 Season - 1,244, Judy Porter, 1980-81 Career - 4,319, Judy Porter, 1980-83

Assists Game - 16, Crystal Lee at Long Beach State, 2/1/90 Season - 232, Chelsea Hopkins, 2012-13 Career - 670, Quenese Davis, 2006-10

Points Game - 46, Tina Hutchinson vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/10/84 Season - 898, Tina Hutchinson, 1983-84 Career - 2,318, Judy Porter, 1980-83

Steals Game - 15, Tina Hutchinson vs. Arizona State, 3/1/84 Season - 185, Tina Hutchinson, 1983-84 Career - 330, Judy Porter, 1980-83

Scoring Average Season - 29.9, Tina Hutchinson, 1983-84 (898/30 gm.) Career - 23.3, Chana Perry, 1988-89 (1,445/62 games)

Blocks Game - 9, Paris Johnson at UNLV, 3/07/09; Michelle Suman vs. Utah, 3/11/95 Season - 94, Paris Johnson, 2008-09 Career - 267, Paris Johnson, 2008-11

Field Goals Game - 20, Tina Hutchinson vs. Utah State, 12/16/83; Chana Perry vs. Fresno State, 1/14/89 Season - 383, Tina Hutchinson, 1983-84 Career - 882, Judy Porter, 1980-83 Field Goal Attempts Game - 38, Tina Hutchinson at Long Beach State, 3/7/84 Season - 717, Tina Hutchinson, 1983-84 Career - 1,685, Judy Porter, 1980-83

Monica Rebbe was one of three Aztecs to play in a school-record 36 games during the 1980-81 season.

Consecutive Starts Career - 122, Quenese Davis, 11/24/06 to 3/27/10

Jamey Cox drained 249 three-pointers during her four-year stay from 1999-2003.

Triple Doubles Season - 4, Chelsea Hopkins, 2012-13 Career - 4, Chelsea Hopkins, 2011-13

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Points 1. Tina Hutchinson vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/10/84 ...............................................46 2. Chana Perry vs. Fresno State, 1/14/89 ..............................................................45 Tina Hutchinson vs. Utah State, 12/16/83 ..........................................................45 4. Kieishsha Garnes vs. Creighton, 3/8/91 .............................................................44 5. Chana Perry vs. Northern Illinois, 1/2/98 ............................................................41 Tina Hutchinson vs. USC, 1/19/84......................................................................41 7. Christina Murguia vs. San Francisco, 1/7/93 ......................................................39 8. Kieishsha Garnes vs. Wyoming, 2/2/90 ..............................................................38 Penny Toler vs. Arizona State, 2/16/85 ..............................................................38 Tina Hutchinson vs. Arizona State, 3/1/84..........................................................38 Field Goals 1. Chana Perry vs. Fresno State, 1/14/89 ..............................................................20 Tina Hutchinson vs. Utah State, 12/16/83 ..........................................................20 3. Tina Hutchinson vs. Long Beach State, 3/7/84...................................................19 4. Kieishsha Garnes vs. Creighton, 2/2/92 .............................................................17 Kieishsha Garnes vs. Creighton, 3/8/91 .............................................................17 Penny Toler vs. Arizona State, 2/16/85 ..............................................................17 7. Kieishsha Garnes vs. Wyoming, 2/2/91 ..............................................................16 Shelda Arceneaux vs. Pacific, 1/23/86 ...............................................................16 9. Paris Johnson at Hawai’i, 11/28/08 ....................................................................15 Christina Murguia vs. San Francisco, 1/7/93 ......................................................15 Falisha Wright vs. UCLA, 12/6/92.......................................................................15 Kieishsha Garnes vs. Fresno State, 1/21/92 ......................................................15 Kieishsha Garnes vs. St. Louis, 12/24/90 ...........................................................15 Julie Evans vs. Long Beach State, 2/1/90 ..........................................................15 Chana Perry vs. San Diego, 12/6/88 .................................................................15 Shelda Arceneaux vs. UCLA, 1/28/86 ................................................................15 Tina Hutchinson vs. Oregon, 3/16/84 .................................................................15 Tina Hutchinson vs. Stanford, 2/11/84................................................................15 Tina Hutchinson vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/10/84 ...............................................15 Tina Hutchinson vs. Pepperdine, 12/27/83 .........................................................15 Tina Hutchinson vs. San Diego, 12/3/83 ............................................................15 Tina Hutchinson vs. Lewis-Clark, 12/2/83 ..........................................................15 Judy Porter vs. UTEP, 12/10/82 .........................................................................15 3-Point Field Goals 1. Falisha Wright at Wyoming, 2/25/93 .....................................................................8 Carmelia Bloodsaw at UTEP, 1/19/91 ..................................................................8 3. Courtney Clements vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/20/2013 .........................................7 Jené Morris at UNLV, 1/26/08 ..............................................................................7 Jamey Cox vs. Murray State, 11/29/02.................................................................7 Jamey Cox vs. Wyoming, 2/3/00 ..........................................................................7 Jamey Cox at Cal State Fullerton, 12/30/99 .........................................................7 7. Courtney Clements vs. Auburn 11/23/13 ..............................................................6 Jamey Cox at Air Force, 2/1/03. ...........................................................................6 Jamey Cox at Portland State, 1/9/03 ....................................................................6 Jamey Cox vs. Centenary, 11/18/02.....................................................................6 Jamey Cox vs. Navy, 11/25/01 .............................................................................6 Jurate Zukauskaite vs. USC, 12/6/95 ...................................................................6 Free Throws 1. Tina Hutchinson vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/10/84 ...............................................16 2. Jené Morris vs. DePaul, 3/21/09.........................................................................12 Atim Otii vs. Air Force, 2/21/02 ...........................................................................12 Sophia Sledge vs. Duquesne, 12/30/98 .............................................................12 5. Jené Morris at UNLV, 3/13/09 ............................................................................11 Quenese Davis at Cal Poly, 11/29/07 .................................................................11 Quenese Davis vs. Utah, 2/3/07 .........................................................................11 Atim Otii vs. Boston College, 12/21/98 ...............................................................11 Olivia DiCamilli vs. Pittsburgh, 12/30/95 .............................................................11 Michelle Suman vs. St. John’s, 12/11/92 ............................................................11 Debbie Hoistad vs. Long Beach State, 1/29/79 ..................................................11 Gayle Shuttles vs. UC Irvine, 12/19/78 ...............................................................11

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Rebounds 1. Chana Perry vs. Alabama State, 11/25/88 .........................................................27 2. Jessica Haynes vs. San Jose State, 1/16/88......................................................24 3. Judy Porter vs. Pepperdine, 11/22/80 ................................................................23 4. Jessica Haynes vs. Pacific, 1/4/88 .....................................................................22 Judy Porter vs. UCLA, 2/2/82 .............................................................................22 6. Judy Porter vs. San Diego, 2/26/81 ....................................................................21 7. Chana Perry vs. Fresno State, 2/13/88 ..............................................................20 Jessica Hayes vs. Pacific, 2/26/87 .....................................................................20 Judy Porter vs. Colorado State, 1/9/81 ...............................................................20 Judy Porter vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/14/81 .......................................................20 Assists 1. Crystal Lee vs. Long Beach State, 2/1/90 ..........................................................16 2. Michelle Miles vs. Creighton, 2/23/91 .................................................................15 Crystal Lee vs. San Jose State, 3/1/90...............................................................15 4. Chelsea Hopkins vs. Nevada, 3/14/13................................................................14 Shannon Lee vs. Illinois State, 11/24/00 ............................................................14 Michelle Miles vs. Fresno State, 1/21/92 ............................................................14 Michelle Miles vs. UTEP, 2/16/91 .......................................................................14 Michelle Miles vs. Utah, 1/12/91 .........................................................................14 9. Crystal Lee vs. Long Beach State, 1/6/90 ..........................................................13 Maria Stack vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/10/84 ......................................................13 Laura Dion vs. Cal State Fullerton, 2/15/80 ........................................................13 Steals 1. Tina Hutchinson vs. Arizona State, 3/1/84..........................................................15 2. Tina Hutchinson vs. Lewis-Clark, 12/2/83 ..........................................................14 Tina Hutchinson vs. San Diego, 12/6/82 ............................................................14 4. Jessica Haynes vs. UCLA, 1/21/88 ....................................................................10 Jessica Haynes vs. UC Irvine, 1/9/88 .................................................................10 Shelda Arceneaux vs. San Diego, 12/21/86 .......................................................10 Tina Hutchinson vs. Oregon, 3/16/84 .................................................................10 Tina Hutchinson vs. UCLA, 1/28/84....................................................................10 Judy Porter vs. Pacific, 1/27/81 ..........................................................................10 10. Michelle Miles vs. San Diego, 11/23/91 ................................................................9 Michelle Miles vs. UTEP, 2/16/91 .........................................................................9 Jessica Haynes vs. Portland State, 12/12/86 .......................................................9 Shelda Arceneaux vs. UNLV, 2/1/86 ....................................................................9 Tina Hutchinson vs. Cal Poly Pomona, 11/21/84 .................................................9 Theresa McGlade vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1/14/82 ...............................................9 Judy Porter vs. Pepperdine, 11/20/80 ..................................................................9 Judy Porter vs. Northern Colorado, 12/11/79 .......................................................9 Blocks 1. Paris Johnson at UNLV, 3/7/09 ............................................................................9 Michelle Suman vs. Utah, 3/11/95 ........................................................................9 3. Chana Perry vs. Hawai’i, 1/26/89 .........................................................................8 4. Jessika Bradley at UNLV, 1/11/11 ........................................................................7 Jessika Bradley vs. Wyoming, 3/10/10 .................................................................7 Paris Johnson at UNLV, 3/13/09 ..........................................................................7 Michelle Suman vs. UTEP, 3/10/95 ......................................................................7 8. Malia Nahinu vs. Boise State, 3/9/13 ....................................................................6 Paris Johnson at Wyoming, 2/10/10 .....................................................................6 Jessika Bradley vs. UNLV, 1/13/10 ......................................................................6 Paris Johnson at Wyoming, 2/15/09 .....................................................................6 Paris Johnson vs. Utah, 2/11/09 ...........................................................................6 Paris Johnson at TCU, 1/28/09.............................................................................6 Paris Johnson vs. TCU, 3/14/08 ...........................................................................6 Desiree Johnson vs. Colorado State, 2/4/06 ........................................................6 Mary Apiafi vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 1/17/00.............................................6 Mary Apiafi vs. Portland, 11/20/99 ........................................................................6 Michelle Suman vs. UTEP, 2/9/95 ........................................................................6 Chana Perry vs. Fairfield, 11/27/88 ......................................................................6


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RECORDS

Games Played 1. Diena Pels (1981) .................................................36 Monica Rebbe (1981) ...........................................36 Heidi Bauer (1981)................................................36 4. Judy Porter (1981) ................................................35 Theresa McGlade (1981) ......................................35 6. Erimma Amarikwa (2013) .....................................34 Gabrielle Clark (2013)...........................................34 Courtney Clements (2013)....................................34 Chelsea Hopkins (2013) .......................................34 Jessika Bradley (2010) .........................................34 Quenese Davis (2010) ..........................................34 Paris Johnson (2010)............................................34 Jené Morris (2010)................................................34 Demetrice Davis (1989) ........................................34 Angelica Jackson (1989) ......................................34 Crystal Lee (1989) ................................................34 Brooke Meadows (1989).......................................34 Points 1. Tina Hutchinson (1984) ......................................898 2. Chana Perry (1989) ............................................727 3. Chana Perry (1988) ............................................718 4. Julie Evans (1990) ..............................................670 5. Kieishsha Garnes (1991) ....................................661 6. Judy Porter (1982) ..............................................651 7. Judy Porter (1981) ..............................................645 8. Courtney Clements (2013)..................................607 9. Jené Morris (2010)..............................................580 10. Kieishsha Garnes (1992) ....................................574 Scoring Average 1. Tina Hutchinson (1984) .....................................29.9 2. Kieishsha Garnes (1991) ...................................23.6 3. Chana Perry (1989) ...........................................23.5 4. Chana Perry (1988) ...........................................23.2 5. Judy Porter (1983) .............................................22.6 6. Julie Evans (1990) .............................................22.3 7. Kieishsha Garnes (1992) ...................................20.5 8. Judy Porter (1982) .............................................18.4 Judy Porter (1981) .............................................18.4 10. Jessica Haynes (1988) ......................................18.2 Field Goals 1. Tina Hutchinson (1984) ......................................383 2. Julie Evans (1990) ..............................................293 3. Chana Perry (1989) ............................................286 4. Chana Perry (1988) ............................................278 5. Kieishsha Garnes (1991) ....................................271 6. Judy Porter (1981) ..............................................255 7. Kieishsha Garnes (1992) ....................................249 8. Judy Porter (1982) ..............................................234 9. Courtney Clements (2013)..................................233 10. Diena Pels (1981) ...............................................228 Field Goals Attempts 1. Tina Hutchinson (1984) ......................................717 2. Julie Evans (1990) .............................................601 3. Courtney Clements (2013)..................................561 4. Chana Perry (1989) ............................................549 5. Kieishsha Garnes (1991) ....................................548 6. Jené Morris (2010)..............................................510 7. Chana Perry (1988) ............................................504 8. Judy Porter (1991) ..............................................499 9. Jessica Haynes (1988) .......................................485 10. Courtney Clements (2012)..................................484

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 100 attempts) 1. Michelle Suman (1992) ..................................... .667 2. Michelle Suman (1994) .......................................649 3. Judy Porter (1983) ............................................ .602 4. Melanie Usher (1990) ....................................... .595 5. Michelle Suman (1995) ..................................... .591 6. Alyssa Fredrick (1998) ...................................... .577 7. Melanie Usher (1991) ....................................... .571 8. Kieishsha Garnes (1992 ................................... .551 9. La-Taya Woods (1997) ..................................... .548 10. Tina Hutchinson (1985) .................................... .546 3-Point Field Goals 1. Courtney Clements (2013)....................................77 Jamey Cox (2003) ................................................77 3. Jamey Cox (2000) ................................................69 4. Carmelia Bloodsaw (1991) ...................................65 5. Courtney Clements (2012)....................................63 Courtney Fritz (2004) ............................................63 7. Falisha Wright (1994) ...........................................62 8. Jené Morris (2010)................................................59 9. Jamey Cox (2002) ................................................53 10. Falisha Wright (1993) ...........................................51 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 1. Jamey Cox (2003) ..............................................237 2. Carmelia Bloodsaw (1991) .................................212 3. Courtney Clements (2013)..................................203 4. Courtney Clements (2012)..................................185 5. Jamey Cox (2000) ..............................................174 6. Jené Morris (2010)..............................................171 7. Courtney Fritz (2004) ..........................................170 8. Michelle Strawberry (2006) .................................150 9. Jené Morris (2009)..............................................152 10. Falisha Wright (1994) .........................................148 Jamey Cox (2002) ..............................................148 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 50 attempts) 1. Falisha Wright (1992) ......................... 49-108 (.454) 2. Falisha Wright (1994) ........................ .62-148 (.419) 3. Charley Murray (1998) .......................... 27-66 (.409) 4. Quenese Davis (2010) .......................... 33-81 (.407) 5. Jurate Zukauskaite (1996) .................... 35-88 (.399) 6. Jamey Cox (2000) .............................. 69-174 (.397) 7. Chelsea Hopkins (2013) ....................... 33-85 (.388) 8. Jerica Williams (2009) .......................... 31-80 (.388) 9. Charley Murray (1999) .......................... 38-98 (.388) 10. Courtney Clements (2013).................. 77-203 (.379) Free Throws 1. Judy Porter (1982) ..............................................183 2. Chana Perry (1988) ............................................162 3. Chana Perry (1989) ............................................155 4. Judy Porter (1981) ..............................................145 5. Tina Hutchinson (1984) ......................................132 6. Judy Porter (1983) ..............................................131 7. Kieishsha Garnes (1991) ....................................119 8. Jessica Haynes (1988) .......................................116 9. Diena Pels (1981) ...............................................105 10. Judy Porter (1980) ..............................................103 Free Throw Attempts 1. Judy Porter (1981) ..............................................268 2. Judy Porter (1982) ..............................................248 3. Chana Perry (1988) ............................................206 4. Chana Perry (1989) ............................................201 5. Judy Porter (1980) .............................................191 6. Judy Porter (1983) ..............................................184

7. 8. 9. 10.

Tina Hutchinson (1984) ......................................179 Diena Pels (1981) ...............................................176 Jessica Haynes (1988) .......................................168 Kieishsha Garnes (1991) ....................................166

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 50 attempts) 1. Lisa Stevens (1987) .......................................... .920 2. Julie Evans (1990) ............................................ .884 3. Courtney Clements (2013)................................ .877 4. Courtney Clements (2012)..................................869 5. Quenese Davis (2009) ...................................... .856 6. Julie Evans (1989) ........................................... ..844 7. Marsha Overton (1983) .................................... .837 8. Jamey Cox (2003) ............................................ .831 9. Allison Duffy (2008) .......................................... .820 10. Quenese Davis (2010) ...................................... .819 Jamey Cox (2000) ............................................ .819 Rebounds 1. Judy Porter (1981) .............................................436 2. Judy Porter (1982) .............................................427 3. Chana Perry (1989) ...........................................406 4. Chana Perry (1988) ............................................391 5. Jessica Haynes (1988) .......................................364 6. Judy Porter (19800 .............................................355 7. Jessica Haynes (1987) .......................................302 8. Tina Hutchinson (1984) ......................................299 9. Kieishsha Garnes (1991) ....................................295 10. Diena Pels (1981) ...............................................294 Assists 1. Chelsea Hopkins (2013) .....................................232 2. Chelsea Hopkins (2012) .....................................209 3. Crystal Lee (1989) ..............................................199 4. Maria Stack (1984) .............................................191 5. Michelle Miles (1992) ..........................................190 6. Quenese Davis (2009) ........................................187 7. Michelle Miles (1991) ..........................................177 8. Coco Davis (2011) ..............................................171 Quenese Davis (2010) ........................................171 10. Crystal Lee (1988) ..............................................169 Steals 1. Tina Hutchinson (1984) ......................................185 2. Jessica Haynes (1988) .......................................127 3. Judy Porter (1982) ..............................................112 4. Falisha Wright (1994) .........................................103 5. Jené Morris (2010)..............................................101 6. Jené Morris (2009)..............................................100 7. Jodi Nowlin-Tres (1996) .......................................96 8. Jessica Haynes (1987) .........................................94 9. Jené Morris (2008) ...............................................92 Judy Porter (1981) ................................................92 Diena Pels (1981) .................................................92 Blocks 1. Paris Johnson (2009)............................................94 2. Michelle Suman (1995) .........................................87 3. Jessika Bradley (2011) .........................................74 4. Michelle Suman (1994) ........................................68 5. Malia Nahinu (2013) .............................................67 6. Chana Perry (1988) ..............................................64 7. Jessika Bradley (2010) .........................................63 Chana Perry (1989) .............................................63 9. Paris Johnson (2010)............................................62 10. Malia Nahinu (2012) ............................................61

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Games Played 1. Marsha Overton (1980-83) .................................128 2. Heidi Bauer (1981-83, ‘85)..................................127 3. Paris Johnson (2008-11) ....................................126 4. Quenese Davis (2007-10)...................................125 Brooke Meadows (1986-89) ...............................125 6. Coco Davis (2008-11) .........................................121 Judy Porter (1980-83) .........................................120 8. Michelle Suman (1992-95)..................................118 Kalena Tutt (2009-12) .........................................118 10. Gabrielle Clark (2009, 11-13) .............................116

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 100 att.) 1. Charley Murray (1998-99)................... 65-164 (.396) 2. Falisha Wright (1992-95) .................. 206-539 (.382) 3. Courtney Fritz (2004-06)..................... 62-202 (.356) 4. Chelsea Hopkins (2012-13) ................ 39-110 (.355) 5. Courtney Clements (2011-13) .......... 182-514 (.354) 6. Jené Morris (2008-10) ...................... 154-446 (.345) 7. Jodi Nowlin-Tres (1994-97) ................ 57-166 (.343) 8. Jamey Cox (2000-03) ....................... 249-733 (.340) 9. Ashonda Williams (2002-03)............... 60-179 (.335) 10. Quenese Davis (2007-10)................. 100-306 (.327)

Points 1. Judy Porter (1980-83) ......................................2,318 2. Falisha Wright (1992-95) .................................1,733 3. Paris Johnson (2008-11) .................................1,598 4. Jené Morris (2008-10) .....................................1,499 5. Courtney Clements (2011-13) .........................1,495 6. Chana Perry (1988-89) ....................................1,445 7. Jessica Haynes (1986-88) ...............................1,395 8. Quenese Davis (2007-10)................................1,370 9. Michelle Suman (1992-95)...............................1,341 10. Brooke Meadows (1986-89) ............................1,310 Field Goals 1. Judy Porter (1980-83) .........................................882 2. Paris Johnson (2008-11) ....................................647 3. Falisha Wright (1992-95) ....................................634 4. Jessica Haynes (1986-88) ..................................577 5. Courtney Clements (2011-13) ............................569 6. Jené Morris (2008-10) ........................................566 7. Chana Perry (1988-89) .......................................564 8. Tina Hutchinson (1984-85) .................................536 Brooke Meadows (1986-89) ...............................536 10. Michelle Suman (1992-95)..................................524 Shelda Arceneaux (1984-87) ..............................524 Field Goal Attempts 1. Judy Porter (1980-83) ......................................1,685 2. Falisha Wright (1992-95) .................................1,656 3. Courtney Clements (2011-13) .........................1,361 4. Jené Morris (2008-10) .....................................1,337 5. Jessica Haynes (1985-87) ...............................1,332 6. Paris Johnson (2008-11) .................................1,277 7. Quenese Davis (2007-10)................................1,215 8. Marsha Overton (1980-83) ..............................1,198 9. Jamey Cox (2000-03) ......................................1,088 10. Brooke Meadows (1986-89) ............................1,083 Free Throws 1. Judy Porter (1980-83) .........................................564 2. Quenese Davis (2007-10)...................................320 3. Chana Perry (1988-89) .......................................317 4. Paris Johnson (2008-11) ....................................299 5. Michelle Suman (1992-95)..................................293 6. Falisha Wright (1992-95) ....................................259 Marsha Overton (1980-83) .................................259 8. Brooke Meadows (1986-89) ...............................258 9. Jessica Haynes (1986-88) ..................................238 10. Olivia DiCamilli (1994-98) ...................................237

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Sophia Sledge (1997-2001) ................................300 Michelle Strawberry (2004-06)............................288 Kate Eveland (2005-08) ......................................266 Michelle Elliott (2004-05) ....................................255

Rebounds 1. Judy Porter (1980-83) ......................................1,498 2. Shelda Arceneaux (1984-87) ..............................999 3. Jessica Haynes (1986-88) ..................................932 4. Paris Johnson (2008-11) ....................................902 5. Chana Perry (1988-89) .......................................797 6. Michelle Suman (1992-95)..................................759 7. Brooke Meadows (1986-89) ...............................693 8. Christina Murguia (1992-95) ...............................692 9. Heidi Bauer (1981-85) ........................................573 10. Jodi Nowlin-Tres (1994-97) ................................572

Judy Porter holds seven Aztec career records, including most points (2,318) and rebounds (1,498). Free Throw Attempts 1. Judy Porter (1980-83) .........................................891 2. Paris Johnson (2008-11) ....................................530 3. Michelle Suman (1992-95)..................................477 4. Quenese Davis (2007-10)...................................411 5. Chana Perry (1988-89) .......................................407 6. Brooke Meadows (1986-89) ...............................388 7. Falisha Wright (1992-95) ....................................377 8. Jessica Haynes (1986-88) ..................................372 9. Marsha Overton (1980-83) .................................363 10. Olivia DiCamilli (1994-98) ...................................355 3-Point Field Goals 1. Jamey Cox (2000-03) .........................................249 2. Falisha Wright (1992-95) ....................................206 3. Courtney Clements (2011-13) ............................182 4. Jené Morris (2008-10) ........................................154 5. Quenese Davis (2007-10)...................................100 6. Coco Davis (2008-11) ...........................................98 7. Michelle Strawberry (2004-06)..............................83 Michelle Elliott (2004-05) ......................................83 9. Sophia Sledge (1997-2001) ..................................82 10. Kate Eveland (2005-08) ........................................81 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 1. Jamey Cox (2000-03) .........................................733 2. Falisha Wright (1992-95) ....................................539 3. Courtney Clements (2011-13) ............................514 4. Jené Morris (2008-10) ........................................446 5. Coco Davis (2008-11) .........................................337 6. Quenese Davis (2007-10)...................................306

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Assists 1. Quenese Davis (2007-10)...................................670 2. Falisha Wright (1992-95) ....................................448 3. Chelsea Hopkins (2012-13) ................................441 4. Coco Davis (2008-11) .........................................428 5. Crystal Lee (1989-90) .........................................413 6. Michelle Miles (1991-92).....................................367 7. Lakeysha Wright (1992-95) ................................358 8. Marsha Overton (1980-83) .................................356 9. Jamey Cox (2000-03) .........................................341 10. Shannon Lee (1998-2001) ..................................302 Steals 1. Judy Porter (1980-83) .........................................330 2. Falisha Wright (1992-95) ....................................324 3. Jessica Haynes (1986-88) ..................................295 4. Jené Morris (2008-10) ........................................293 Marsha Overton (1980-83) .................................293 6. Quenese Davis (2007-10)...................................273 7. Tina Hutchinson (1984-85) .................................270 8. Shelda Arceneaux (1984-87) ..............................253 9. Jodi Nowlin-Tres (1993-97) ................................234 10. Christina Murguia (1992-95) ...............................191 Blocks 1. Paris Johnson (2008-11) ....................................267 2. Michelle Suman (1992-95)..................................251 3. Malia Nahinu (2011-13) .....................................139 4. Jessika Bradley (2010-11) ..................................137 Judy Porter (1980-83) .........................................137 6. Chana Perry (1988-89) .......................................127 7. Jessica Haynes (1986-88) ..................................114 8. Nicolette McCartny (2001-04) .............................108 9. Brooke Meadows (1986-89) .................................95 10. Desiree Johnson (2006-07) ..................................79


AZTEC RECORD BOOK ANNUAL POINTS Year 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

LEADERS

Team Leader Jennie Hinkle Mary Jackson Mary Jackson Judy Porter Judy Porter Judy Porter Judy Porter Tina Hutchinson Penny Toler Jessica Haynes Jessica Haynes Chana Perry Chana Perry Julie Evans Kieishsha Garnes Kieishsha Garnes Falisha Wright Falisha Wright Falisha Wright Jodi Nowlin-Tres Jodi Nowlin-Tres Alyssa Fredrick Sophia Sledge Jamey Cox Jamey Cox Claire Swinbank Jamey Cox Michelle Elliott Michelle Strawberry Michelle Strawberry Quenese Davis Jené Morris Jené Morris Jené Morris Paris Johnson Courtney Clements Courtney Clements

REBOUNDS Year Team Leader 1976-77 Laurie Montag 1977-78 Mary Jackson 1978-79 Debbie Hoistad 1979-80 Judy Porter 1980-81 Judy Porter 1981-82 Judy Porter 1982-83 Judy Porter 1983-84 Tina Hutchinson 1984-85 Shelda Arceneaux 1985-86 Shelda Arceneaux 1986-87 Jessica Haynes 1987-88 Chana Perry 1988-89 Chana Perry 1989-90 Melanie Usher 1990-91 Kieishsha Garnes 1991-92 Michelle Suman 1992-93 Christina Murguia 1993-94 Rachelle Johnson 1994-95 Christina Murguia 1995-96 Jodi Nowlin-Tres 1996-97 Olivia DiCamilli 1997-98 Courtney Bale 1998-99 Anita Bundage 1999-00 Mary Apiafi

GM 17 27 29 29 35 33 23 30 30 27 29 31 31 30 28 28 26 31 29 28 28 24 26 27 27 28 27 27 28 27 28 31 30 34 29 32 34

FGM FTM PTS 67 51 185 190 69 449 100 51 251 199 105 503 255 145 645 234 183 651 194 131 519 383 132 898 180 63 423 188 57 433 176 65 417 278 162 391 286 155 727 293 84 670 271 119 661 249 76 574 164 77 456 147 52 408 144 80 412 180 40 425 199 36 457 109 54 272 98 46 278 121 59 370 90 58 288 137 47 338 109 49 344 125 46 334 96 64 289 132 60 365 94 70 273 157 76 436 188 58 483 221 79 580 161 83 410 210 73 556 233 64 607

GM 20 27 28 29 35 33 23 30 30 28 29 31 31 30 28 29 28 31 27 28 30 23 26 28

REB 144 232 160 355 436 427 280 299 280 282 320 391 406 153 295 252 201 252 213 222 202 165 169 255

PPG 10.9 16.6 8.6 17.3 18.4 19.7 22.6 29.9 14.1 16.0 14.4 23.2 23.5 22.3 23.6 20.5 17.5 13.2 14.2 15.2 16.3 11.3 10.7 13.7 10.7 12.1 12.7 12.4 10.3 13.5 9.8 14.1 16.1 17.1 14.1 17.4 17.9 RPG 7.2 8.6 5.7 12.2 12.5 12.9 12.2 10.0 9.3 10.1 10.4 12.6 13.1 5.1 10.5 8.7 7.2 8.1 7.9 7.9 6.7 7.2 6.5 9.1

Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Team Leader Anita Bundage Atim Otii Ashlee Dunlap Ashlee Dunlap Ashley Cheesman Desiree Johnson Desiree Johnson Paris Johnson Paris Johnson Jessika Bradley Jessika Bradley Chelsea Hopkins Chelsea Hopkins

GM 27 28 27 28 28 27 28 31 32 34 28 32 34

REB 140 162 238 214 145 152 177 199 265 222 226 179 272

RPG 5.2 5.8 8.8 7.6 5.2 5.6 6.3 6.4 8.3 6.5 8.1 5.6 8.0

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

Team Leader Tari Rhea Laura Dion Laura Dion Laura Dion Marsha Overton Theresa McGlade Marci Blackman Maria Stack Penny Toler Lisa Stevens Jessica Haynes Demetrice Davis Crystal Lee Crystal Lee Michelle Miles Michelle Miles Lakeysha Wright Falisha Wright Lakeysha Wright Sandy Wright Sandy Wright Charlie Murray Shannon Lee Shannon Lee Jamey Cox Jamey Cox Amber Fouse Michelle Elliott Kate Eveland Veronica Shaw Quenese Davis Quenese Davis Quenese Davis Quenese Davis Coco Davis Chelsea Hopkins Chelsea Hopkins

GM 20 27 29 32 35 33 28 30 30 30 29 27 34 30 21 27 28 31 30 27 28 25 25 28 27 28 23 27 28 27 28 31 32 34 27 32 34

ASST 31 115 54 109 120 90 107 191 151 100 92 89 169 199 177 190 86 149 165 130 162 87 70 166 106 111 57 51 59 61 149 163 187 171 171 209 232

APG 1.6 4.3 1.9 3.4 3.4 2.7 3.8 6.4 5.0 3.3 3.2 3.3 5.0 6.6 8.4 7.0 3.1 4.8 5.5 4.8 5.8 3.5 2.8 5.9 3.9 4.0 2.5 1.9 2.1 2.3 5.3 5.3 5.8 5.0 6.3 6.5 6.8

STEALS Year 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91

Team Leader Judy Porter Judy Porter Judy Porter Tina Hutchinson Tina Hutchinson Shelda Arceneaux Jessica Haynes Jessica Haynes Chana Perry Crystal Lee Carmelia Bloodsaw

GM 35 33 23 30 21 28 29 30 31 30 28

STLS 80 112 80 185 85 84 94 127 74 82 47

SPG 2.3 3.4 3.5 6.2 4.0 3.0 3.2 4.2 2.4 2.7 1.7

Year 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Team Leader Falisha Wright Falisha Wright Falisha Wright Falisha Wright Jodi Nowlin-Tres Jodi Nowlin-Tres Shaneya Harris Shannon Lee Mary Apiafi Jamey Cox Claire Swinbank Ashlee Dunlap Veronica Shaw Ashlee Dunlap Lindsey Casey Veronica Shaw Shanna Demus Jené Morris Jené Morris Jené Morris Coco Davis Chelsea Hopkins Chelsea Hopkins

GM 29 26 31 29 28 28 25 25 28 27 28 27 25 28 28 27 28 31 30 34 27 32 34

STLS 71 69 103 81 94 96 39 58 64 39 64 50 38 38 53 43 60 92 100 101 39 72 75

SPG 2.4 2.7 3.3 2.8 3.4 3.4 1.6 2.3 2.3 1.4 2.3 1.9 1.5 1.4 1.9 1.6 2.1 3.0 3.3 3.0 1.4 2.3 2.2

BLOCKS Year 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Team Leader Judy Porter Judy Porter Judy Porter Toni Wallace Toni Wallace Jessica Haynes Jessica Haynes Chana Perry Chana Perry Melanie Usher Kieishsha Garnes Michelle Suman Michelle Suman Michelle Suman Michelle Suman Jodi Nowlin-Tres Courtney Bale Alyssa Fredrick Mary Apiafi Mary Apiafi Tanisha Knight Atim Otii Nicolette McCartny Nicolette McCartny Lindsey Casey Desiree Johnson Desiree Johnson Paris Johnson Paris Johnson Jessika Bradley Jessika Bradley Malia Nahinu Malia Nahinu

GM 35 33 23 26 29 29 29 31 31 28 28 29 28 31 30 28 30 24 26 28 25 28 27 28 28 27 28 31 32 34 28 32 33

BLKS 38 31 39 38 38 35 35 64 63 21 25 42 54 68 87 17 16 43 23 44 28 20 45 32 28 38 41 54 94 63 74 62 67

BPG 1.1 0.9 1.7 1.5 1.3 1.2 1.2 2.1 2.0 0.8 0.9 1.4 1.9 2.2 2.9 0.6 0.5 1.8 0.9 1.6 1.1 0.7 1.7 1.1 1.0 1.4 1.5 1.7 2.9 1.9 2.6 1.9 2.0

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AZTEC RECORD BOOK YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS - OVERALL GAMES Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

GP 28 29 32 36 33 28 30 30 31 29 31 34 30 28 29 28 31 30 28 30 25 26 28 28 28 27 28 28 27 28 31 32 34 29 32 34

Min N/A 6500 7190 6202 5625 6025 5925 6200 5825 6200 6850 6000 5725 5782 5583 6171 5998 5600 5939 5023 5200 5600 5600 5600 5475 5600 5600 5425 5650 6200 6400 6850 5850 6428 6800

FG-A 795-1899 653-1598 832-1899 919-2009 847-1855 837-1831 1098-2221 973-2099 897-2010 783-1839 918-2024 1032-2228 746-1749 795-1870 873-1802 706-1701 872-1662 797-1807 737-1618 771-1754 584-1365 569-1440 567-1404 613-1461 619-1600 553-1458 542-1426 578-1559 525-1497 574-1553 752-1799 784-1856 859-1932 644-1569 772-1924 909-2111

Pct .419 .408 .438 .457 .457 .457 .494 .464 .446 .426 .552 .463 .427 .425 .485 .415 .525 .441 .456 .440 .428 .395 .404 .420 .387 .379 .380 .371 .351 .370 .418 .422 .445 .410 .401 .431

3FG-A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0-0 4-24 9-45 6-41 88-310 65-161 56-177 81-228 84-289 99-327 75-266 76-243 120-389 103-304 101-301 124-373 121-388 130-418 140-479 100-395 102-371 126-391 155-471 155-450 124-416 140-469 164-519

Pct N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A .000 .167 .200 .146 .284 .404 .316 .355 .291 .303 .282 .313 .308 .339 .336 .332 .312 .311 .292 .253 .275 .322 .329 .344 .298 .299 .316

FT-A 317-530 331-497 431-680 486-796 475-638 373-516 401-607 428-633 389-607 376-542 525-773 527-710 337-505 364-586 362-562 313-516 417-651 404-677 324-533 409-666 350-535 352-541 364-562 350-558 286-438 271-441 289-456 313-453 285-452 322-495 385-563 341-557 350-501 308-494 405-583 342-489

Off N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 510 312 418 425 381 452 413 376 417 284 302 351 333 361 302 267 265 348 353 423 437 466 364 516 502

Pct .662 .708 .634 .598 .736 .641 .676 .667 .700 .686 .707 .653 .639 .642 .573 .653 .623 .576 .637 .728 .643 .584 .609 .629 .633 .584 .685 .639 .676 .680 .628 .670 .607 .745 .697

REBOUNDS Off Def. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 248 422 175 345 181 284 199 333 187 301 194 307 186 302 208 252 217 328 154 261 150 218 174 300 170 269 197 286 136 288 120 301 103 268 186 303 199 324 209 316 212 350 233 348 175 413 220 299 250 412

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS - CONFERENCE GAMES Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

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GP 8 8 12 12 12 14 14 14 18 20 18 18 12 14 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 16

Min N/A 2403 2398 2800 2753 3625 4000 3600 3600 2525 2800 2790 2759 2794 2800 3196 2798 2815 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 3225 3200 3200 3200 3200 3225 2825 3200

FG-A 195-525 147-416 299-676 285-626 396-897 422-942 484-1113 576-1305 518-1130 461-1023 337-797 436-852 259-857 405-869 407-849 364-823 440-939 310-762 319-777 296-730 286-714 282-822 260-716 264-705 278-729 286-856 329-890 359-900 391-918 421-947 335-825 318-820 432-999

Pct .371 .353 .440 .442 .455 .441 .464 .448 .435 .441 .458 .451 .423 .512 .419 .466 .479 .442 .469 .407 .411 .405 .401 .343 .363 .374 .381 .334 .370 .399 .426 .445 .406 .388 .432

3FG-A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0-0 3-18 4-22 3-26 48-155 45-100 28-89 36-112 35-106 48-163 41-136 48-162 62-208 64-185 49-153 60-195 60-207 62-210 67-229 72-364 56-206 53-194 78-252 80-245 67-239 64-205 67-232

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Pct N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A .000 .167 .182 .115 .310 .450 .315 .321 .330 .294 .301 .296 .298 .346 .320 .308 .290 .295 .293 .273 .272 .273 .310 .327 .280 .312 .289

FT-A 104-157 85-120 152-254 198-269 161-251 176-264 252-360 330-481 265-375 192-294 166-260 179-279 142-248 198-303 195-313 155-269 221-347 195-268 162-252 139-238 162-266 127-202 131-207 108-185 163-238 152-238 173-256 189-278 142-226 118-176 153-252 193-259 159-228

REBOUNDS Def. Tot. N/A 1336 N/A 930 N/A 1229 N/A 1351 N/A 1119 N/A 981 N/A 1301 N/A 1306 N/A 1303 1222 1427 830 1479 556 1035 655 1191 694 1209 614 995 655 1107 688 1240 545 1041 606 1134 512 895 433 867 625 976 600 933 618 979 583 885 632 899 543 808 544 892 600 953 618 1041 671 1108 763 1229 740 1104 766 1282 880 1382

Pct .598 .665 .634 .611 .745 .723 .661 .676 .641 .694 .679 .742 .667 .621 .644 .607 .641 .597 .608 .614 .654 .651 .648 .627 .653 .615 .634 .691 .631 .651 .684 .612 .699 .623 .695 .699

Tot. 339 254 414 369 454 512 749 884 743 585 506 574 542 501 534 519 607 469 446 474 439 483 424 421 371 489 523 525 562 581 588 519 662

Avg 47.7 32.0 38.4 37.5 33.9 35.0 43.4 43.5 42.0 42.1 46.0 43.5 34.5 42.5 41.7 35.5 35.7 41.3 37.2 37.8 35.8 33.3 34.9 33.3 35.0 32.8 32.1 28.9 33.0 34.0 33.6 34.6 36.1 38.1 40.1 40.6

PF 552 561 531 553 472 527 633 623 674 519 516 612 578 488 522 564 531 646 570 555 439 507 429 510 522 500 513 510 544 538 618 558 540 477 574 518

FO 19 16 10 9 21 16 18 8 9 15 16 11 14 22 6 21 23 12 6 7 8 15 19 19 19 13 19 11 25 9 11 5 6 7

A 434 290 469 559 458 471 637 581 472 393 439 608 438 432 507 361 512 490 430 490 327 342 357 406 380 312 295 320 311 356 487 485 534 404 374 444

TO 526 638 636 568 515 554 570 726 590 621 624 641 515 590 489 525 559 591 578 528 598 631 547 527 510 470 454 512 547 588 551 647 543 467 448

Blk 72 58 82 139 109 102 104 162 145 49 71 88 110 117 159 50 80 92 60 93 88 85 99 82 65 95 129 135 195 182 187 152 190

Stl 346 381 341 555 349 290 288 356 303 287 306 320 323 404 385 378 410 203 297 238 246 276 235 205 281 224 276 391 360 320 182 288 289

Pts 1907 1635 2095 2324 2169 2047 2597 2374 2183 1942 2365 2600 1835 2042 2173 1781 2243 2082 1897 2026 1594 1610 1601 1677 1648 1498 1503 1609 1435 1572 2015 2064 2223 1720 2089 2324

Avg 68.1 56.3 65.5 64.6 65.7 73.1 86.6 79.1 70.4 67.0 76.3 76.5 61.2 72.9 74.9 63.6 72.4 69.4 67.8 67.5 63.8 61.9 57.2 59.9 58.9 55.5 53.7 57.5 53.1 56.1 65.0 64.5 65.4 59.3 65.3 68.4

Avg 42.4 31.7 34.5 30.8 32.4 36.6 41.6 44.2 41.3 32.5 42.2 41.0 38.7 35.8 38.1 37.1 37.9 33.5 31.9 33.9 31.4 34.5 30.3 30.1 26.5 30.6 32.7 32.8 35.1 36.3 36.8 37.1 41.4

PF 160 153 161 184 281 313 319 331 324 343 193 259 275 243 275 294 282 244 248 215 235 278 247 249 274 314 298 318 262 260 247 246 230

FO 5 3 5 6 10 3 6 7 8 6 7 11 2 2 17 5 5 2 7 5 10 8 8 10 10 3 13 4 5 4 3 1

A 95 66 182 161 205 272 203 249 275 312 280 195 263 179 230 254 207 272 171 199 192 187 156 145 141 149 178 198 227 244 273 217 161 199

TO 173 199 223 263 311 382 375 346 376 216 271 214 192 211 265 298 294 305 300 276 241 257 223 237 298 278 305 259 303 284 194 207

Blk 19 23 40 42 67 109 77 20 23 52 49 95 67 25 35 52 32 37 37 35 40 39 26 56 72 57 101 98 115 58 93

Stl 105 111 176 147 178 237 167 187 124 128 159 240 197 169 230 114 186 119 109 134 102 98 131 119 135 185 178 158 97 133 154

Pts 494 377 750 768 953 1108 1020 1220 1485 1305 1117 888 1096 888 1044 1044 931 1142 863 862 795 783 751 711 698 786 796 887 960 1002 1040 890 893 1090

Avg 61.8 47.1 64.4 62.5 64.0 68.1 79.1 72.9 67.8 74.3 72.5 62.1 74.0 78.3 63.4 74.6 74.6 66.5 71.4 61.6 61.6 56.8 55.9 53.6 50.8 49.9 56.1 49.8 55.4 60.0 62.6 65.0 55.6 63.8 68.1


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COACHING HISTORY

Kathleen Wallace

Richie Spears

Western Collegiate Athletic Association Overall Conf. Year W-L W-L Place 1976-77 4-16 1-7 4th 1977-78 10-18 0-8 5th 1978-79 13-16 0-8 5th 1979-80 23-10 6-6 4th 1980-81 25-11 6-6 4th 1981-82 20-13 4-8 5th 1982-83* 10-18 3-11 6th 1983-84 24-6 9-5 3rd 1984-85 21-9 9-5 4th

Earnest Riggins

Beth Burns

Jim Tomey

MVP N/A Laura Dion Deb Hoistad Judy Porter Diena Pels Judy Porter Judy Porter Tina Hutchinson Penny Toler

Postseason N/A N/A N/A N/A AIAW Regionals N/A N/A NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round

Big West Conference (Formerly the Pacific Coast Athletic Association) Overall Conf. Year W-L W-L Place Coach 1985-86 14-17 6-8 t-4th Earnest Riggins 1986-87 13-16 9-9 t-6th Earnest Riggins 1987-88 21-10 11-7 t-4th Earnest Riggins 1988-89 25-9 12-6 t-4th Earnest Riggins 1989-90 7-23 6-12 8th Beth Burns

MVP Shelda Arceneaux Jessica Haynes Chana Perry Chana Perry Julie Evans

Postseason N/A N/A N/A WNIT Finals N/A

Western Athletic Conference Overall Conf. Year W-L W-L 1990-91 14-14 6-6 1991-92 18-11 9-5 1992-93 19-9 9-5 1993-94 26-5 13-1 1994-95 24-6 14-0 1995-96 20-8 9-5 1996-97 23-7 15-1 1997-98 10-15 4-10 1998-99 7-19 4-10

Place 4th 4th t-2nd 1st 1st 3rd 1st 7th 7th

Coach Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Barb Smith Barb Smith

MVP Kieishsha Garnes Michelle Miles Falisha Wright Sorii Epps, Rachelle Johnson Falisha Wright, Christina Murguia Jodi Nowlin Jodi Nowlin-Tres, Sandy Wright Charley Murray Charley Murray

Postseason N/A N/A NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round N/A NCAA First Round N/A N/A

Mountain West Conference Overall Year W-L 1999-00 9-19 2000-01 13-15 2001-02 10-18 2002-03 9-18 2003-04 8-20 2004-05 8-20 2005-06 3-24 2006-07 12-16 2007-08 18-13 2008-09 24-8 2009-10 23-11 2010-11 12-17 2011-12 25-7 2012-13 27-7

Place t-6th 6th 7th 7th 7th t-7th 9th 7th t-5th t-1st t-3rd 6th 1st 1st

Coach Barb Smith Barb Smith Barb Smith Jim Tomey Jim Tomey Jim Tomey Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns Beth Burns

MVP Team Team N/A N/A N/A N/A Michelle Strawberry Quenese Davis Jené Morris Quenese Davis, Jené Morris Quenese Davis, Jené Morris N/A N/A N/A

Postseason N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A NCAA Second Round NCAA Sweet 16 N/A NCAA First Round WNIT Second Round

Conf. W-L 4-10 5-9 2-12 3-11 3-11 2-12 0-16 5-11 7-9 13-3 10-6 6-10 12-2 15-1

Coach Kathleen Wallace Kathleen Wallace Richie Spears Richie Spears Richie Spears Richie Spears Spears/Steve Salvo* Earnest Riggins Earnest Riggins

Barb Smith

COACHING RECORDS - ALL GAMES Gm. W L Kathleen Wallace (1976-78) 48 14 34 Richie Spears (1979-83) 146 88 58 Steve Salvo* (1983) 13 3 10 Earnest Riggins (1984-89) 185 118 67 Beth Burns (1990-97; 2005-13) 481 295 186 Barb Smith (1997-2002) 135 49 86 Jim Tomey (2002-05) 83 25 58 Totals 1,091 592 499 *Steve Salvo was appointed acting head coach on Jan. 21, 1983.

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Win Pct. .292 .603 .231 .638 .613 .363 .301 .543

Pts. SDSU 3,011 9,383 887 14,061 31,523 8,130 4,610 71,605

Pts. Opp. 3,501 8,502 1,073 12,694 28,912 8,646 5,156 64,484

Avg. SDSU 62.7 64.7 68.2 69.1 65.5 60.2 55.5 65.6

Avg. Opp. 72.9 58.6 82.5 63.1 60.1 64.0 62.1 62.8

Beth Burns

Stacie Terry

ALL-TIME AZTEC ASSISTANT COACHES Nicole Anderson .............................................2003-04 Yvette Angel ....................................................1990-92 Adam Barrett ........................................................ 2013 Mike Callahan ..................................................1978-83 Ciara Carl............................................................. 2014 Jorge Cerna .....................................................2011-12 Fred Chmiel .....................................................2009-10 Jesse Clark.......................................................... 2014 DeAnn Craft .......................................................... 1998 Eileen Feeney..................................................1996-97 Dustin Finley ........................................................ 2005 Kathy Flannigan...............................................1985-87 Susie Gardner .................................................1993-96 Jennifer Gross ................................................2003-04 Matt Hart .........................................................2003-04 Steve Huber.....................................................2000-02 Renee Jimenez ...............................................2006-08 Carlos Knox .......................................................... 2011 Susan Kubala ..................................................1991-93 Judy LaWinter....................................................... 1979 Jan Martin ............................................................ 1989 Kyla McDaniel..................................................1998-99 Cathy McDonald ................................................... 1997 Mickey McGlade ..............................................1980-82 Dana McGraw..................................................2001-02 Michelle Miles ....................................................... 1993 Kate Paye .............................................1996, 2006-07 Krista Poehler ...................................................... 2005 Jennifer Price...................................................1998-99 Tammi Reiss....................................................2011-13 Steve Salvo .....................................................1983-84 Yvonne Sanchez .................................................. 2000 Trisha Sears ....................................................2001-02 Shanele Stires .................................................2009-10 Pam Tanner .....................................................1994-95 Mark Trakh ........................................................... 2010 Heidi VanDerveer ................................................ 2007 Aisha Veasley ..................................................... 2014 Ken Weeks ......................................................1988-89 Fentriss Winn ....................................................... 2005 Jualeah Woods ................................................2006-13

Ciara Carl, Aisha Veasley and Jesse Clark


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1976-77 Overall record: 4-16 Conference record: 1-7 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Kathleen Wallace N. 29 Northern Arizona W D. 10 Cal State L.A. L Cal Poly Pomona Tournament (Pomona, Calif.) D. 17 at Cal Poly Pomona L D. 18 vs. Cal Poly L Chico State Tournament (Chico, Calif.) J. 6 vs. Pepperdine W J. 7 at Chico State L J. 8 vs. Long Beach State L J. 13 Fresno State W J. 14 Cal State Fullerton* L J. 21 at USC* W J. 22 at Biola L J. 25 at UCLA* L J. 29 at Long Beach State* L F. 5 at Cal Poly Pomona L F. 8 USC* L F. 11 at Cal State Fullerton* L F. 12 at UC Santa Barbara L F. 18 Long Beach State* L F. 25 UCLA* L M. 4 Cal Poly Pomona L

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1977-78 Overall record: 10-18 Conference record: 0-8 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Kathleen Wallace Cal Poly SLO Tournament (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) D. 2 at Cal Poly SLO L 79-80 D. 2 vs. Fresno State W 82-60 D. 3 vs. San Jose State W 89-83 D. 9 Cal Poly Pomona L 60-69 D. 12 Pepperdine (OT) L 71-72 D. 16 UC Irvine W 93-55 D. 23 Brigham Young L 60-70 J. 5 at Cal State L.A. W 75-40 J. 10 Cal State Fullerton* L 76-80 J. 13 at Northern Arizona W 77-65 J. 14 at Arizona State L 65-86 J. 17 USC* L 57-69 J. 20 UC Santa Barbara W 66-57 J. 21 Cal State L.A. W 68-58 J. 26 at Long Beach State* L 68-81 J. 28 UCLA* L 49-96 F. 1 at Cal Poly SLO W 62-50 F. 2 at Fresno State W 61-44 F. 3 at UC Santa Barbara L 59-73 F. 7 USC* L 83-99 F. 11 at Cal State Fullerton* L 65-102 F. 14 at Cal State Northridge L (OT) 70-76 F. 16 Long Beach State* L 52-79 F. 17 at Pepperdine L 64-75 F. 22 at UCLA* L 44-104 F. 23 Biola L 58-79 F. 28 San Diego W 83-31 M. 3 at Cal Poly Pomona L 71-96

1978-79 Overall record: 13-16 Conference record: 0-8 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Richie Spears N. 28 UC San Diego W D. 1 Cal Poly SLO W D. 3 Pepperdine L D. 8 at Cal Poly Pomona L D. 9 Cal State L.A. W D. 11 San Diego W California Invitational (Berkeley, Calif.) D. 14 at California W D. 15 vs. Texas Tech W D. 16 vs. Long Beach State L D. 19 UC Irvine W D. 19 Biola L J. 13 at UC Santa Barbara W J. 17 at Cal State Fullerton* L J. 20 USC* L J. 25 at UCLA* L J. 27 Long Beach State* L F. 2 at UNLV L F. 6 Cal State Northridge W F. 7 at Pepperdine L F. 9 Cal Poly Pomona L F. 10 Cal State Fullerton* L F. 15 at Long Beach State* L F. 16 Cal State L.A. L F. 17 UC Santa Barbara W

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Diena Pels was the team MVP in 1980-81, after leading the Aztecs to a 25-11 record and a spot in the AIAW regionals.

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UCLA* at UC Irvine CS Dominguez Hills USC* San Diego

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1979-80 Overall record: 23-10 Conference record: 6-6 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Richie Spears N. 13 at U.S. International W 85-25 Cal Poly SLO Tournament (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) N. 16 vs. San Jose State L 45-56 N. 16 vs. UC Santa Barbara W 67-45 N. 17 vs. Fresno State W 61-59 N. 20 Biola W 88-64 N. 27 at Cal State Northridge W 68-36 N. 30 at UNLV L 67-90 D. 7 at Cal Poly Pomona L 60-63 D. 8 UC Irvine W 67-66 D. 11 Northern Colorado W 85-61 Cal Poly Pomona Tournament (Pomona, Calif.) D. 13 vs. Pepperdine W 65-46 D. 14 vs. Michigan State L 42-58 D. 15 vs. Utah W 57-54 D. 17 at UC Irvine W 47-42 J. 5 Cal Poly Pomona W 60-53 J. 8 UCLA* L 60-73 J. 10 Alaska Anchorage W 70-40 J. 13 Cal State Fullerton* W 49-46 J. 15 Hawai’i W 58-54 J. 19 Long Beach State* L 63-73 J. 22 San Diego W 80-41 J. 25 at Arizona* W 66-65 J. 26 at Arizona State* W 52-49 F. 1 UNLV W 75-67 F. 5 USC* L 62-65 F. 7 at UCLA* L 63-95 F. 8 at U.S. International W (forfeit) F. 12 at Long Beach State* L 61-63 F. 15 at Cal State Fullerton* W 67-59 F. 22 Arizona State* W 79-60 F. 23 Arizona* W 88-37 F. 28 at San Diego W 75-21 F. 29 at USC* L 63-66 1980-81 Overall record: 25-11 Conference record: 6-6 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Richie Spears N. 22 at Pepperdine W D. 2 San Diego W Dial Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 5 Utah State W D. 6 Bishop’s University W D. 9 Pepperdine W D. 13 at UNLV W Cal Poly Pomona Tournament (Pomona, Calif.) D. 18 vs. Cal State Northridge W D. 19 vs. Arizona State W D. 20 at Cal Poly Pomona W Sourdough Invitational (San Francisco, Calif.) J. 2 vs. Montclair State W J. 3 at San Francisco L J. 7 Memphis State L J. 9 Colorado W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS J. 11 Hawai’i W J. 14 at Cal State Fullerton* W J. 21 USC* L J. 26 UNLV W J. 27 Pacific L J. 30 Arizona State* W J. 31 Arizona* W F. 3 UCLA* W F. 11 Long Beach State* L F. 14 Cal State Fullerton* W F. 17 Cal Poly Pomona W F. 20 at Arizona State* L F. 21 at Arizona* W F. 24 at Long Beach State* L F. 26 at San Diego W M. 6 at UCLA* L M. 8 at USC* L AIAW Regional Tournament (Malibu, Calif.) M. 12 vs. California W M. 13 vs. Long Beach State L M. 14 vs. UCLA L Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, Alaska) M. 20 vs. Purdue W M. 21 vs. Notre Dame W M. 22 vs. Houston W 1981-82 Overall record: 20-13 Conference record: 4-8 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Richie Spears N. 13 at Biola W N. 17 U.S. International W N. 23 Washington State W N. 28 Brigham Young W N. 29 San Francisco W D. 1 at Pepperdine W Dial Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 4 Houston W D. 10 San Diego W D. 11 at Cal Poly Pomona L D. 14 Santa Clara W Queens College Tournament (Flushing, N.Y.) D. 27 vs. Detroit L D. 28 at Queens W D. 29 vs. Virginia L J. 5 Northern Arizona W J. 6 Oklahoma W J. 11 Old Dominion L J. 14 Cal State Fullerton* W J. 18 at UC Irvine L J. 21 Hawai’i W J. 23 at Long Beach State* L J. 29 at Arizona* W J. 30 at Arizona State* L F. 2 UCLA* L F. 6 USC* L F. 10 at San Diego W F. 12 Pepperdine W F. 15 UC Irvine W F. 17 Long Beach State* L F. 20 at Cal State Fullerton* W F. 24 Arizona State* L F. 26 Arizona* W M. 3 at UCLA* L M. 5 at USC* L

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Heidi Bauer scored 1,024 points over her four-year SDSU career that spanned from 1981 to 1985. 1982-83 Overall record: 10-18 Conference record: 3-11 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Richie Spears/Steve Salvo N. 27 at Pepperdine L D. 1 at Weber State (OT) L D. 2 at Utah State W D. 4 at Utah L Dial Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 10 Texas-El Paso W D. 11 San Francisco W D. 14 USC* L D. 18 New Mexico State W D. 31 Oregon State L J. 3 Cal Poly Pomona W J. 6 Oregon W J. 8 San Diego W J. 13 at North Carolina L J. 14 at Duke L J. 16 at Old Dominion L J. 21 Arizona* W J. 22 Arizona State* L J. 25 at Cal State Fullerton* L J. 29 UCLA* L F. 4 at Arizona State* L F. 5 at Arizona* W F. 9 at Long Beach State* L F. 12 at Stanford* L F. 15 Cal State Fullerton* W F. 23 at UCLA* L F. 26 at USC* L M. 1 Long Beach State* L M. 8 Stanford* L

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1983-84 Overall record: 24-6 Conference record: 9-5 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Ernest Riggins N. 21 Biola W N. 26 at Cal State Northridge W N. 29 Hawai’i W

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Dial Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 2 Lewis-Clark State D. 3 San Diego D. 6 at San Diego D. 8 Pepperdine D. 16 Utah State D. 20 at UC Riverside D. 27 at Pepperdine J. 2 Nevada-Reno J. 4 Texas-El Paso J. 7 UC Santa Barbara J. 10 Cal State Fullerton* J. 14 at Texas-El Paso J. 17 Long Beach State* J. 19 at USC* J. 28 UCLA* F. 2 at Arizona* F. 4 at Arizona State* F. 11 Stanford* F. 15 at UCLA* F. 18 USC* F. 21 at Cal State Fullerton* M. 1 Arizona State* M. 3 Arizona* M. 7 at Long Beach State* M. 10 at Stanford* NCAA Tournament (Peterson Gym) M. 16 Oregon NCAA Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.) M. 17 vs. Long Beach State

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1984-85 Overall record: 21-9 Conference record: 9-5 (Western Collegiate) Head Coach: Ernest Riggins N. 21 Cal Poly Pomona W L’EGGS Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) N. 23 vs. Texas-El Paso W N. 24 vs. West Texas State W N. 28 at Missouri W Illinois Classic (Champaign, Ill.) N. 30 vs. Central Michigan W D. 1 vs. Loyola of Chicago W D. 4 San Diego W Dial Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 14 Montana State W D. 15 Southern Illinois L D. 21 San Jose State W D. 27 Minnesota W D. 31 Oregon State L Kangaroo Shootout (Peterson Gym) J. 4 Hardin-Simmons W J. 5 Northeast Louisiana (OT) L J. 9 Arizona State* W J. 11 Arizona* W J. 16 Long Beach State* L J. 19 UCLA* W J. 23 at Cal State Fullerton* L J. 28 at USC* W F. 5 at Long Beach State* L F. 9 at Stanford* W F. 14 at Arizona* W F. 16 at Arizona State* W F. 20 Cal State Fullerton* W F. 23 USC* L F. 27 at UCLA* L

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS M. 8 Stanford* NCAA Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) M. 15 at UNLV NCAA Tournament (Monroe, La.) M. 22 at Louisiana Tech

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1985-86 Overall record: 14-17 Conference record: 6-8 (Big West) Head Coach: Ernest Riggins N. 27 at Minnesota L N. 29 at Southern Illinois L Dial Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 6 Jackson State W D. 7 New Orleans W D. 11 at San Diego W D. 21 at Cal Poly Pomona L Orange Bowl Super 8 Classic (Miami, Fla.) D. 29 at Miami L D. 30 vs. Rutgers L D. 31 vs. West Virginia W Kangaroo Shootout (Peterson Gym) J. 3 New Mexico State W J. 4 Temple W J. 10 at Cal State Fullerton* L J. 13 at Louisiana Tech L J. 15 at Northeast Louisiana L J. 23 Pacific* W J. 25 UC Santa Barbara* W J. 28 UCLA W J. 30 at UC Irvine* W F. 1 UNLV* W

59-72 55-76 90-77 60-58 67-54 74-78 51-88 66-76 73-71 65-56 66-61 70-71 43-87 63-109 97-80 88-57 96-77 57-52 77-71

Brooke Meadows pulled down 693 rebounds and also scored 1,310 points in 125 games from 1986-89.

F. 4 USC L 73-91 F. 6 at UNLV* L 75-102 F. 8 at UC Santa Barbara* L 63-77 F. 10 Long Beach State* L 77-111 F. 13 Cal State Fullerton* W 91-72 F. 15 UC Irvine* L 69-82 F. 18 at Long Beach State* L 57-104 F. 20 at Pacific* L 75-102 F. 28 at Hawai’i* L 75-79 M. 2 at Hawai’i* W 64-60 PCAA Tournament (Long Beach/Inglewood, Calif.) M. 6 vs. UC Irvine W 73-56 M. 8 vs. Long Beach State L 74-116 1986-87 Overall record: 13-16 Conference record: 9-9 (Big West) Head Coach: Ernest Riggins Big O Classic (Corvallis, Ore.) N. 28 vs. Texas Tech L 45-79 N. 29 vs. Iowa State L 66-83 Dial Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 5 Monmouth College W 54-52 D. 6 Southern Illinois L 57-59 D. 9 at USC L 77-90 D. 12 Portland State W 92-63 D. 21 San Diego W 73-63 D. 29 at UCLA L 56-81 J. 3 UC Irvine* L 48-50 J. 6 Cal Poly Pomona L 60-75 J. 8 Long Beach State* L 59-80 J. 10 Cal State Fullerton* W 68-59 J. 15 Fresno State* W 66-62 J. 19 Hawai’i* W 96-56 J. 20 Hawai’i *(OT) L 67-70 J. 24 at UNLV* L 52-85 J. 26 at UC Irvine* L 53-55 J. 29 at Fresno State* L 63-85 J. 31 at San Jose State* W 64-60 F. 2 at Pacific* W 85-74 F. 5 UC Santa Barbara* W 67-57 F. 7 UNLV* L 58-63 F. 14 at Cal State Fullerton* L 55-65 F. 19 at UC Santa Barbara* W 69-57 F. 21 at Long Beach State* L 73-109 F. 26 Pacific* W 80-52 F. 28 San Jose State* W 97-56 PCAA Tournament (Long Beach/Inglewood, Calif.) M. 5 vs. Hawai’i W 68-62 M. 6 at Long Beach State L 74-108 1987-88 Overall record: 21-10 Conference record: 11-7 (Big West) Head Coach: Ernest Riggins Maine Tournament (Orono, Maine) N. 27 vs. Connecticut N. 28 at Maine D. 1 at San Diego Coors Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 3 Houston D. 4 Purdue D. 11 Cal State Northridge Dial Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 29 Texas-El Paso D. 30 Kansas

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J. 2 Northern Illinois W 103-92 J. 4 at Pacific* W 77-56 J. 7 UC Santa Barbara* W 77-51 J. 9 UC Irvine* W 91-45 J. 12 at Cal Poly Pomona W 76-50 J. 14 at Fresno State* L 61-69 J. 16 at San Jose State* W 95-69 J. 21 UNLV* W 69-63 J. 25 Cal State Fullerton* L 64-67 J. 28 at Hawai’i* W 83-75 J. 30 at Hawai’i* L 58-70 F. 4 at UC Irvine* W 59-55 F. 6 at UC Santa Barbara* W 78-39 F. 11 San Jose State* W 96-54 F. 13 Fresno State* W 78-57 F. 18 at Long Beach State* L 76-96 F. 20 at UNLV* L 62-67 F. 23 Oral Roberts W 86-61 F. 25 at Cal State Fullerton* L 53-55 M. 1 Long Beach State* L 65-90 M. 3 Pacific* W 101-58 PCAA Tournament (Long Beach/Inglewood, Calif.) M. 10 vs. Fresno State W 64-60 M. 11 vs. Long Beach State L 78-94 1988-89 Overall record: 25-9 Conference record: 12-6 (Big West) Head Coach: Ernest Riggins Nevada-Reno Holiday Classic (Reno, Nev.) N. 25 vs. Alabama State W N. 26 vs. Nicholls State W N. 27 vs. Fairfield W SDSU Classic (Peterson Gym) D. 2 Baylor W D. 3 Tennessee Tech W D. 6 San Diego W D. 16 Pacific* W D. 19 at Arizona State W J. 2 Murray State W J. 3 Missouri W J. 5 at UC Irvine* W J. 7 at UC Santa Barbara* W J. 12 San Jose State* W J. 14 Fresno State* W J. 19 at Long Beach State* L J. 21 at UNLV* W J. 25 Hawai’i* L J. 26 Hawai’i* W J. 28 at Cal State Fullerton* L F. 2 UC Santa Barbara* W F. 9 at Fresno State* W F. 11 at San Jose State* W F. 13 UC Irvine* W F. 16 UNLV* W F. 18 Long Beach State* L F. 20 Cal State Fullerton* L Northern Lights Tournament (Anchorage, Alaska) F. 24 vs. Monmouth W F. 25 vs. Old Dominion L F. 26 vs. Providence W M. 4 at Pacific* L Big West Tournament (Long Beach, Calif.) M. 9 vs. Cal State Fullerton L WNIT (Amarillo, Texas) M. 23 vs. Radford W

82-64 88-45 78-56 85-40 78-56 82-47 76-55 87-69 81-58 97-75 78-47 91-61 77-64 94-80 80-99 55-51 60-73 56-52 56-57 69-55 66-61 84-52 85-62 65-64 80-91 65-71 71-48 69-90 77-69 68-85 60-68 99-92

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS M. 24 M. 25

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1989-90 Overall record: 7-23 Conference record: 6-12 (Big West) Head Coach: Beth Burns Coopers & Lybrand Invitational (Chicago, Ill.) N. 24 vs. Alcorn State L N. 25 vs. Clemson L D. 2 at USC L D. 6 San Diego L D. 8 at California L D. 10 at Stanford L D. 18 Northern Arizona W Zuma Jay’s Lady Wave Classic (Malibu, Calif.) D. 29 vs. Iowa State L D. 30 vs. Texas-San Antonio L D. 31 Arizona State L J. 3 Northern Illinois L J. 6 Long Beach State* L J. 9 UNLV* L J. 13 Cal State Fullerton* W J. 16 at Fresno State* L J. 18 at Pacific* L J. 20 at San Jose State* W J. 22 at Cal State Fullerton* L J. 25 UC Santa Barbara* L J. 27 UC Irvine* W F. 1 at Long Beach State* L F. 3 at UNLV* L F. 8 at Hawai’i* L F. 10 at Hawai’i* L F. 17 Pacific* L F. 22 at UC Irvine* W F. 24 at UC Santa Barbara* W M. 1 San Jose State* W M. 3 Fresno State* L Big West Tournament (Long Beach, Calif.) M. 7 vs. San Jose State L

97-81 64-67

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1990-91 Overall record: 14-14 Conference record: 6-6 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Beth Burns St. Mary’s Invitational (Moraga, Calif.) N. 23 vs. McNeese State W 101-55 N. 24 at Saint Mary’s L 68-83 N. 27 San Diego W 79-75 D. 4 USC L 54-68 Long Beach State Dial Classic (Long Beach, Calif.) D. 7 vs. Kansas State L 65-73 D. 8 vs. Southern Utah W 89-46 D. 13 UC Santa Barbara W 76-71 D. 18 Texas Tech L 57-72 D. 28 UC Riverside W 94-61 D. 30 Eastern Michigan W 73-59 J. 2 Cal Poly Pomona W 72-54 J. 5 at San Francisco L 63-65 J. 10 Brigham Young* (OT) W 74-70 J. 12 Utah* W 87-80 J. 15 at Fresno State L 69-85 J. 19 at Texas-El Paso* (2OT) L 71-77 J. 25 at Creighton* L 76-90 J. 31 Colorado State* W 73-50 F. 2 Wyoming* (OT) W 79-75

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1991-92 Overall record: 18-11 Conference record: 9-5 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 23 at San Diego W Titan Gatorade Classic (Fullerton, Calif.) N. 29 vs. Georgetown L N. 30 vs. Gonzaga W D. 3 USC W D. 10 Cal Poly Pomona W D. 17 UC Irvine W D. 21 Hawai’i L D. 28 at Seton Hall L D. 30 at Iona W J. 3 UCLA L J. 5 at Loyola Marymount W J. 11 Cal State Northridge W J. 18 New Mexico* W J. 21 Fresno State L J. 23 Wyoming* W J. 25 Colorado State* W J. 30 at Texas-El Paso* W F. 1 at Creighton* L F. 6 Utah* W F. 8 Brigham Young* L F. 15 at New Mexico* W F. 20 at Colorado State* W F. 22 at Wyoming* W F. 27 Creighton* L F. 29 Texas-El Paso* W M. 5 at Brigham Young* L M. 7 at Utah* L WAC Tournament (Salt Lake City, Utah) M. 12 vs. Wyoming W M. 13 vs. Creighton L 1992-93 Overall record: 19-9 Conference record: 9-5 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Beth Burns D. 2 San Diego W D. 4 Loyola Marymount W D. 6 at UCLA W D. 11 St. John’s W D. 17 Oregon State W D. 20 Texas A&M L Villanova Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) D. 28 vs. Georgia W D. 29 at Villanova W J. 3 USC W J. 7 at San Francisco W J. 11 at Arizona L J. 15 Fresno State* W J. 22 at Texas-El Paso* L J. 24 at New Mexico* W

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J. 28 Colorado State* J. 30 Wyoming* F. 4 at Utah* F. 6 at Brigham Young* F. 13 at Fresno State* F. 18 New Mexico* F. 20 Texas-El Paso* F. 25 at Wyoming* F. 27 at Colorado State* M. 4 Brigham Young* M. 6 Utah* WAC Tournament (Salt Lake City, Utah) M. 10 vs. Fresno State M. 12 at Utah NCAA Tournament (Athens, Ga.) M. 17 at Georgia

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1993-94 Overall record: 26-5 Conference record: 13-1 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Beth Burns DePaul Thanksgiving Tournament (Chicago, Ill.) N. 26 vs. Purdue L 60-86 N. 27 vs. Army W 71-53 D. 1 at Loyola Marymount W 60-49 D. 4 at San Diego W 72-51 D. 7 Arizona State W 76-46 D. 11 Arizona L 58-63 Santa Clara Diet Pepsi Shoot-Out (Santa Clara, Calif.) D. 18 vs. Memphis State W 72-56 D. 19 vs. Princeton W 59-47 D. 30 Oregon W 84-77 J. 2 at USC L 62-82 J. 11 Gonzaga W 69-54 J. 13 Utah* W 62-38 J. 15 Brigham Young* W 74-56 J. 18 Cal State Fullerton W 85-44 J. 22 at Fresno State* W 75-50 J. 27 at Colorado State* W 53-47 J. 29 at Wyoming* W 76-54 F. 4 Wyoming* W 70-61 F. 6 Colorado State* W 84-50 F. 11 at New Mexico* W 98-52 F. 13 at Texas-El Paso* W 67-65 F. 18 Texas-El Paso* W 69-53 F. 20 New Mexico* W 96-36 F. 24 at Brigham Young* L 66-68 F. 25 at Utah* W 71-52 M. 5 Fresno State* W 83-58 WAC Tournament (Salt Lake City, Utah) M. 9 vs. New Mexico W 95-60 M. 11 vs. Fresno State W 73-53 M. 12 vs. Colorado State W 51-47 NCAA Tournament (Peterson Gym) M. 16 Hawai’i W 81-75 M. 20 Texas A&M L 72-75 1994-95 Overall record: 24-6 Conference record: 14-0 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Beth Burns Colorado Coors Classic (Boulder, Colo.) N. 25 vs. George Mason W N. 26 at Colorado L N. 30 San Diego W D. 3 Pepperdine W

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1995-96 Overall record: 20-8 Conference record: 9-5 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 26 at Texas L N. 28 at San Diego W D. 3 California W D. 6 at USC W D. 16 Long Beach State W D. 18 at Gonzaga W D. 20 at Oregon L D. 27 Long Island W D. 30 Pittsburgh W J. 2 Northern Arizona W J. 4 at Pepperdine W J. 7 Cal Poly W J. 11 Brigham Young* W J. 13 Utah* W J. 18 at New Mexico* L J. 20 at Texas-El Paso* W J. 25 Texas-El Paso * W J. 27 New Mexico* W F. 1 at Colorado State* L F. 3 at Wyoming* L F. 8 Colorado State* W F. 10 Wyoming* W F. 16 at Fresno State* W F. 22 at Utah* L F. 24 at Brigham Young* L M. 1 Fresno State* W WAC Tournament (Albuquerque, N.M.) M. 6 vs. Fresno State W M. 8 vs. Colorado State L

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1996-97 Overall record: 23-7 Conference record: 15-1 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Beth Burns Baylor Tournament (Waco, Texas) N. 22 vs. Stephen F. Austin L N. 23 vs. North Texas W N. 26 San Diego W D. 1 USC L D. 7 Pepperdine W D. 10 at Long Beach State W D. 13 Georgia State W D. 19 Arizona L Maryland Dial Classic (College Park, Md.) D. 28 vs. Southwest Texas State L D. 29 vs. Radford L J. 2 at San Jose State* W J. 4 at Fresno State* W J. 9 UNLV* W J. 11 Air Force* W J. 16 at Wyoming* W J. 19 at Colorado State* W J. 22 Texas-El Paso* W J. 25 at Hawai’i* L J. 30 Fresno State* W F. 1 San Jose State* W F. 6 at Air Force* W F. 8 at UNLV* W F. 13 Colorado State* W F. 15 Wyoming* W F. 20 Hawai’i* W F. 26 at Texas-El Paso* W

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1997-98 Overall record: 10-15 Conference record: 4-10 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Barb Smith N. 16 Oregon State W N. 23 Toledo L Pepsi Shootout (Eugene, Ore.) N. 28 vs. Portland State (OT) L D. 4 at Penn State L D. 7 at Duquesne W D. 13 at USC L D. 15 UC Santa Barbara L D. 19 at Long Beach State W D. 28 Kansas State W J. 2 Fresno State* L J. 4 San Jose State* W J. 10 at Hawai’i* L J. 15 at TCU* L J. 17 at SMU* L J. 22 Tulsa* W J. 25 Rice* L J. 29 at San Jose State* W F. 1 at Fresno State* L F. 3 Hawai’i* L F. 7 at Air Force% W F. 12 SMU* L F. 14 TCU* W F. 19 at Rice* L F. 21 at Tulsa* L F. 26 Air Force% W % WAC Crossover game 1998-99 Overall record: 7-19 Conference record: 4-10 (Western Athletic) Head Coach: Barb Smith N. 14 San Francisco L N. 17 at Oregon State L N. 23 at Arizona L SDSU Tournament (Cox Arena) N. 27 Idaho State W N. 28 Penn State L Kansas State Tournament (Manhattan, Kan.) D. 4 vs. Detroit W D. 5 at Kansas State L D. 11 UCLA L D. 21 Boston College L D. 28 at Toledo L D. 30 Duquesne W J. 2 at UC Santa Barbara L J. 7 New Mexico* L J. 9 Texas-El Paso* W J. 14 at Utah* L J. 16 at BYU* (OT) L J. 23 Hawai’i* L J. 28 San Jose State* W J. 30 Fresno State* W F. 4 at New Mexico* L F. 6 at Texas-El Paso* L

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2001-02 Overall record: 10-18 Conference record: 2-12 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Barb Smith N. 16 Cal Poly W N. 18 at California L N. 23 UC San Diego L N. 25 Navy W Cook Children’s Hoops Classic (Ft. Worth, Texas) D. 1 vs. Prairie View A&M W D. 2 at TCU L D. 6 San Jose State L D. 16 Sacramento State W D. 20 at UMKC W D. 22 at Creighton L D. 28 Radford W J. 30 Detroit W J. 5 Portland State W J. 12 at UNLV* L J. 17 at Colorado State* L J. 19 at Wyoming* L J. 23 New Mexico* L J. 26 Air Force* W J. 31 at BYU* L F. 2 at Utah* L F. 9 UNLV* L F. 14 Wyoming* L F. 16 Colorado State* L F. 21 at Air Force* W F. 23 at New Mexico* L F. 28 Utah* L M. 2 Brigham Young* L MWC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) M. 6 vs. New Mexico L 2002-03 Overall record: 9-18 Conference record: 3-11 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Jim Tomey N. 22 Centenary W N. 25 at Saint Mary’s L Fresno State Classic (Fresno, Calif.) N. 29 vs. Murray State W N. 30 at Fresno State L D. 4 UC Irvine (OT) L D. 11 at San Diego L D. 19 American W D. 22 Creighton (OT) L D. 28 Cal State Northridge W J. 5 UMKC W (ot) J. 9 at Portland State L J. 11 at Sacramento State W J. 18 UNLV* L J. 23 BYU* L

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2003-04 Overall record: 8-20 Conference record: 3-11 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Jim Tomey N. 21 Saint Mary’s L N. 24 Nevada W D. 1 at Cal State Fullerton W D. 2 at UC Irvine W D. 6 at Cal State Northridge L D. 10 San Diego L D. 14 Southern Methodist L D. 20 Oral Roberts L D. 22 at Washington State W Lady Blazer Invitational (Birmingham, Ala.) D. 29 vs. Tennessee-Martin L D. 30 vs. Brown L J. 6 Santa Clara L J. 9 Texas Pan-American W J. 17 at UNLV* L J. 22 Wyoming* L J. 24 Colorado State* W J. 29 at New Mexico* L J. 31 at Air Force* W F. 5 Utah* L F. 7 Brigham Young* L F. 14 UNLV* L F. 19 at Colorado State* L F. 21 at Wyoming* L F. 26 Air Force* (Peterson Gym) W F. 28 New Mexico* (Peterson Gym) L M. 4 at Brigham Young* L M. 6 at Utah* L MWC Tournament (Denver, Colo.) M. 10 vs. Utah L 2004-05 Overall record: 8-20 Conference record: 2-12 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Jim Tomey N. 23 at San Diego L N. 30 Cal State Stanislaus W D. 4 Northern Colorado W D. 7 at Nevada L D. 11 Washington St. (Peterson Gym) L D. 18 Cal State Fullerton W D. 20 UC Riverside L D. 22 at SMU L D. 28 at Kansas L D. 30 Southern Utah W J. 4 Canisius L J. 7 Eastern Washington W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS J. 15 UNLV* J. 20 at Colorado State* J. 22 at Wyoming* J. 27 Air Force* J. 29 New Mexico* F. 3 at BYU* F. 5 at Utah* F. 10 Utah Valley State F. 12 at UNLV* F. 17 Wyoming* F. 19 Colorado State* F. 24 at New Mexico* F. 26 at Air Force* M. 3 Utah* M. 5 BYU* MWC Tournament (Denver, Colo.) M. 9 vs. New Mexico

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2005-06 Overall record: 3-24 Conference record: 0-16 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 19 at Wichita State L N. 22 San Diego L N. 26 at UC Riverside L D. 3 at UC Davis L D. 10 at Pepperdine L D. 16 Portland State W D. 20 Boise State W D. 22 Pittsburgh L San Diego Surf ‘N Slam (Cox Arena) D. 28 Loyola College L D. 30 UC Davis W J. 5 at Colorado State* L J. 7 Air Force* (OT) L J. 11 Utah* L J. 14 at UNLV* L J. 18 TCU* L J. 21 at BYU* L J. 25 at New Mexico* L J. 28 Wyoming* L F. 4 Colorado State* L F. 8 at Air Force* L F. 11 at Utah* L F. 15 UNLV* L F. 18 at TCU* L F. 22 BYU* L F. 25 New Mexico* L M. 2 at Wyoming* L MWC Tournament (Denver, Colo.) M. 7 Colorado State L 2006-07 Overall record: 12-16 Conference record: 5-11 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 14 Nevada L N. 17 UC Davis W N. 19 at San Diego L N. 22 at Utah Valley State L N. 24 at Southern Utah W D. 3 Wichita State (OT) W D. 7 Cal Poly (OT) W D. 10 St. Mary’s W D. 21 Pepperdine W

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2007-08 Overall record: 18-13 Conference record: 7-9 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 11 at Nevada W N. 17 at St. Mary’s W N. 20 Southern Utah W LMU/Ayres Hotel Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.) N. 23 vs. Indiana State L N. 24 vs. Jackson State W N. 29 at Cal Poly W D. 2 Cal State Fullerton W D. 5 San Diego W D. 18 Navy W D. 21 No. 2/2 Connecticut L San Diego Surf ‘N Slam (Cox Arena) D. 28 Quinnipiac L D. 30 Western Michigan W J. 9 at TCU* L J. 12 New Mexico* L J. 16 at Utah* L J. 19 at No. 20/21 Wyoming* L J. 23 BYU* W J. 26 at UNLV* W J. 30 Colorado State* W F. 6 at Air Force* W F. 9 TCU* L F. 13 at New Mexico* L F. 16 No. 19/20 Utah* L F. 20 Wyoming* L F. 23 at BYU* L F. 27 UNLV* W M. 1 at Colorado State* W M. 8 Air Force* W MWC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) M. 12 vs. Wyoming W M. 14 vs. TCU W M. 15 vs. New Mexico L 2008-09 Overall record: 24-8 Conference record: 13-3 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Beth Burns N.14 Northwestern State W

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2009-10 Overall record: 23-11 Conference record: 10-6 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 13 at UC Irvine W 64-42 N. 17 San Diego W 79-42 JHG Jam (Viejas Arena) N. 21 Arizona W 57-38 U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam (Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas) N. 26 vs. No. 5/6 Notre Dame L 79-84 N. 27 vs. No. 20/17 Oklahoma L 48-87 N. 28 vs. South Carolina L 55-58 D. 4 at UC Riverside W 66-59 D. 8 Pepperdine (OT) L 61-62 D. 11 Long Beach State W 67-62 D. 21 at Loyola Marymount W 75-54 San Diego Surf ‘N Slam (Viejas Arena) D. 28 Wake Forest W 63-62 D. 30 Auburn W 66-55 J. 6 at New Mexico* W 61-39 J. 9 Wyoming* W 65-50 J. 13 UNLV* W 70-41 J. 16 at No. 22/rv TCU* L 63-80 J. 20 Utah* W 51-42 J. 23 at Brigham Young* L 63-73 J. 30 Colorado State* W 59-38 F. 3 at Air Force* W 68-48 F. 6 New Mexico* L 58-65 F. 10 at Wyoming* L 51-63 F. 13 at UNLV* L 59-66

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS J. 8 Utah* (OT) J. 11 at UNLV* J. 15 New Mexico* J. 19 at Air Force* J. 26 Brigham Young* J. 29 at Wyoming* F. 2 Colorado State* F. 5 at TCU F. 9 at Utah* F. 12 UNLV* F. 15 at New Mexico F. 19 Air Force* F. 26 at Brigham Young* M. 2 Wyoming* M. 5 at Colorado State* MWC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) M. 8 vs. New Mexico

Kim Spinardi played on two NCAA tournament teams and helped SDSU go 77-48 during her four-year career. F. 16 No. 23/25 TCU* W F. 21 at Utah* L F. 24 Brigham Young* W M. 3 at Colorado State* W M. 6 Air Force* W MWC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) M. 10 vs. Wyoming W M. 12 vs. Brigham Young W M. 13 vs. Utah (OT) W NCAA First & Second Rounds (Austin, Texas) M. 21 at No. 17/20 Texas W M. 23 vs. No. 10/10 West Virginia W NCAA Memphis Regional (Memphis, Tenn.) M. 27 vs. No. 6/6 Duke L

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2010-11 Overall record: 12-17 Conference record: 6-10 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 12 at No. 16/15 UCLA L 48-55 N. 17 Cal State Bakersfield L 62-73 N. 23 UC Irvine L 66-68 Nugget Classic (Reno, Nevada) N. 26 vs. Minnesota W 61-59 N. 27 at Nevada L 61-63 N. 30 at San Diego (OT) W 72-63 D. 7 at Pepperdine W 75-61 Women of Troy Basketball Classic (Los Angeles, Calif.) D. 18 vs. Dayton W 74-62 D. 19 at USC L 64-74 D. 21 Washington State W 66-57 San Diego Surf ‘N Slam (Viejas Arena) D. 28 Texas-San Antonio W 72-52 D. 30 Texas A&M L 52-96 J. 5 TCU* L 47-49

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2011-12 Overall record: 25-7 Conference record: 12-2 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 14 Arkansas-Pine Bluff W Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) N. 18 vs. No. 18/18 DePaul W N. 19 at Hawai’i W N. 20 vs. Portland L N. 26 Washington W N. 30 at UCLA L D. 2 at Washington State L D. 8 San Diego L D. 16 at UC Irvine W D. 21 Cal Poly W San Diego Surf ‘N Slam (Viejas Arena) D. 28 UNC Greensboro W D. 30 Penn W J. 4 Longwood W J. 7 Cal State Bakersfield W J. 11 TCU* W J. 14 at UNLV* (OT) W J. 18 New Mexico* W J. 21 at Air Force* W J. 24 Wyoming* W J. 28 Colorado State* W F. 1 at Boise State* W F. 4 at TCU* L F. 11 UNLV* W F. 15 at New Mexico* W F. 18 Air Force* W F. 21 at Wyoming* W F. 25 at Colorado State* L F. 29 Boise State* W MW Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) M. 7 vs. Air Force W M. 9 vs. Brigham Young W M.10 vs. New Mexico W NCAA First Round (Baton Rouge, La.) M. 18 at LSU L 2012-13 Overall record: 27-7 Conference record: 15-1 (Mountain West) Head Coach: Beth Burns N. 10 at UCLA L N. 14 UC Irvine W N. 18 Cal State Dominiguez Hills W

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MW TOURNEY CHAMPS

2012 MW TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 7-10 San Diego State 68, Air Force 58 San DIego State 73, Wyoming 55 Championship: San Diego State 57, New Mexico 43

2010 MWC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 8-12 San Diego State 60, Wyoming 51 San DIego State 77, Brigham Young 47 Championship: San Diego State 70, Utah 60 (OT)

LAS VEGAS - San Diego State claimed its second Mountain West championship and earned its third trip to the NCAA tournament in the last four years with a 57-43 victory over New Mexico at the Thomas & Mack Center. The Aztecs moved to 25-6 overall with the win, while the seventh-seeded Lobos concluded their season with an 11-20 mark. SDSU was led by Courtney Clements, who scored a game-high 16 points and added six rebounds and two assists, while Chelsea Hopkins recorded 14 points, four assists and four steals in 29 minutes to capture MVP honors. Malia Nahinu, who joined Clements and Hopkins on the all-tournament squad, grabbed a game-best eight boards and blocked four shots. Neither side shot well most of the afternoon, as the sides combined for just 16 points through the first 10 minutes of the game. UNM scored the first basket of the game, but then never led again, as the Aztecs were up by as many as 15 points at 19-4 by the 7:06 mark. The Lobos used a 6-0 run to cut into their deficit and only trailed by seven at the break. New Mexico came out strong out of the locker room, narrowing the gap to just four points at 26-22 on a Lauren Taylor three-point play, but the Aztecs countered immediately with a triple from freshman Ahjalee Harvey and were eventually back up by double-figures with 12 minutes remaining in the championship. SDSU received six points from Desi Culberson during a key 10-1 spurt to build its largest lead at 41-25 and eventually went on to claim the title by a 14-point margin at 57-43. The Aztecs shot 48 percent from the field and 90 percent at the line in the second half and dominated the glass by a 45-29 margin. The victory was the first in seven chances at the Mountain West tournament over the Lobos.

LAS VEGAS - San Diego State outscored Utah 12-2 in overtime to cap a dramatic rally, giving the Aztecs their first Mountain West Conference tournament title with a 70-60 victory at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. SDSU claimed the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament, improving to 21-10 overall and avenging last year’s loss to the Utes in the same MWC championship contest. Aztec seniors Jené Morris and Quenese Davis combined to score 43 of the team’s 70 points, including 16 of the final 22, and also chipped in 12 assists and five steals together. Junior Paris Johnson had 10 points and a team-best seven rebounds and three blocks and classmate Coco Davis tallied three steals. San Diego State got off to a quick start, jumping ahead by nine points twice, including at the 14:31 mark. Utah would eventually catch up and take its first advantage of the afternoon only four minutes later at 17-16. Five ties and six lead changes later, the Utes headed into the locker room up 34-33 on a last-second 3-point heave by Kalee Whipple. Utah was up by as many as eight points in the second half, including at 56-48 with four minutes left. From there, the SDSU defense proved stiffling, limiting the Utes to only two points - both from the free throw line - as the Aztecs tied the game at 58 on a basket by Coco Davis with 1:04 remaining to send the game into overtime. San Diego State dominated the extra time, scoring first on a rebound basket by Allison Duffy and forcing Utah into four turnovers and four missed shots from the field. The Aztecs converted two of those giveaways into points and went on to outscore the Utes 12-2 to come away with the win.

UNM Taylor Nelson Erskine Jackson Torrance Durbin Rhoades Muraida Nnaji Parker Stark TEAM TOTALS Pct.

UTAH Whipple Sawyer Wicijowski Badon Messer Rodrigues Rolniak TEAM TOTALS Pct.

SDSU Tutt Nahinu Hopkins Stamps Clements Sweat Harvey Culberson Clark Griffin Amarikwa TEAM TOTALs Pct.

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5

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FG 0-1 1-3 5-12 2-6 7-18 0-0 1-5 3-6 0-1 0-2 0-0

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 2-9 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0

REB F 3 0 8 3 5 3 2 1 6 2 0 1 3 0 4 2 1 3 2 1 3 3 8 16-27 45 19 59.3

TP 0 6 14 6 16 2 3 8 0 2 0

A 0 1 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 0

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

B 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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

MP 26 24 29 22 27 6 11 17 13 11 14

19-54 35.2

3-17 17.6

57

11

14

5

11 200

FT 0-2 4-4 4-7 2-3 0-0 2-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 2-2 0-1

SDSU Bradley Johnson Davis, C. Davis, Q. Morris Duffy, As. Duffy, Al. Tutt TEAM TOTALS Pct.

FG 5-22 3-7 7-12 3-8 1-2 3-5 0-0

3FG 3-8 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-2 1-1 0-0

FT 2-2 0-0 5-6 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0

REB 9 11 7 2 0 0 0 3 11-12 32 91.7

22-56 39.3

5-13 38.5

FG 3-5 5-9 2-4 9-15 9-18 0-0 2-4 0-0

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-4 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-0

FT 2-2 0-2 0-0 2-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

30-55 54.4

3-10 30.0

7-10 70.0

1st 34 33

2nd 24 25

REB 4 7 4 2 2 0 4 1 1 25

F 2 2 3 2 2 0 0

TP 15 6 19 8 3 9 0

A 3 1 0 4 1 1 0

11

60

10

F 2 2 0 4 2 0 3 1

TP 8 10 5 22 21 0 4 0

A 0 2 3 6 6 0 1 0

14

70

18

T 2 4 3 4 1 3 1 2 20

B 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

S 2 0 2 1 0 0 0

MP 45 41 42 43 22 25 7

2

5 225

T 2 1 2 1 5 0 2 0 1 14

B 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 1 3 2 3 0 2 0

3

11 225

MP 27 38 44 43 44 3 22 4

Technical fouls: N/A Attendance: 3,829 Score by Periods Utah San Diego State

OT Total 2 60 12 70

Technical fouls: N/A Attendance: 4,872 Score by Periods New Mexico San Diego State

1st 15 22

2nd 28 35

Total 43 57

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WAC TOURNEY CHAMPS

1994 WAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Salt Lake City, Utah (Huntsman Center), March 9-12 San Diego State 95, New Mexico 60 San Diego State 73, Fresno State 53 Championship: San Diego State 51, Colorado State 47

1997 WAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 5-8 San Diego State 57, New Mexico 50 San Diego State 74, Hawai’i 48 Championship: San Diego State 56, Utah 50

SALT LAKE CITY - SDSU used a 16-point performance from tournament MVP Christina Murguia to claim the 1994 WAC championship, 51-47, over Colorado State. The Aztecs shot just over 33 percent from the field, but Murguia’s basket with 1:01 remaining gave her team a four-point lead at 49-45. An offensive rebound by Falisha Wright with 15 seconds left and two game-icing free throws by her sister Lakeysha Wright with 8.2 seconds secured the Aztec victory. SDSU trailed by just one at the break, but then fell behind the Rams 35-32 in the opening part of the second half. Murguia, however, provided the spark off the bench, turning a one-point Aztec deficit into the lead with consecutive jumpers from the top of the key, followed by a steal, which led to a layup by teammate Tammy Blackburn. With the win, SDSU tied the school record for victories and completed the sweep of both the WAC regular season and tournament titles. The Aztecs would go on to play host to the NCAA first and second rounds at Peterson Gym.

LAS VEGAS - San Diego State won its second WAC tournament title by defeating the University of Utah, 56-50, in the championship game. The Aztecs, who trailed most of the game, entered the halftime locker room down, 27-23. SDSU opened the second half on a 9-5 run to cut the score to 34-32, but the Utes managed to rebuild their lead to five at 43-38 with 12:33 left in the game. From that point, SDSU went on a 9-3 run to take its first lead of the game, 44-43, with 10:47 left. After exchanging baskets with Utah, the Aztecs took the lead for good, holding the Utes to just one field goal in the last 10:39 of the game. Pacing the Aztecs was Jodi Nowlin-Tres, who scored a team-high 19 points and eight rebounds. Also scoring in double figures was Falisha Wright (15) and junior forward Olivia DiCamilli (12).

CSU Meadows Dominguez Bainum Smith James Brunner Wormal TEAM TOTALS Pct. SDSU Wright Blackburn Epps Johnson Suman Wright, L. Murguia DiCamilli TEAM TOTALS Pct.

FG 2-9 1-2 4-7 4-8 5-16 3-7 1-1

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0

FT 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0

20-50 40.0

1-5 20.0

6-6 1.000

FG 3-14 3-7 3-15 1-4 3-8 0-0 8-14 1-4

3FG 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 0-0 0-0 1-6 0-0 3-4 2-2 0-0 0-0

22-66 33.3

1-1 1.000

6-12 50.0

REB 9 1 6 12 2 3 1 4 38 REB 7 6 8 2 5 1 5 1 2 37

F 2 2 2 0 2 3 1

TP 6 2 8 10 12 7 2

A 1 4 1 3 2 1 0

B 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

S 0 0 0 1 1 0 1

12

T 2 6 1 6 3 1 0 1 20

12

47

F 1 0 1 0 3 2 3 0 10

1

3 200

TP 7 6 7 2 9 2 16 2

A 9 2 0 1 1 1 3 0

T 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 0

B 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

S 4 0 1 1 1 1 2 0

51

17

12

3

10 200

1st 27 26

2nd 20 25

MP 39 30 32 22 28 10 30 9

UTAH Krommenhoek King-Noel Works, Sara Bills Thueson Fuertes Red Thill Rose TEAM TOTALS Pct.

FG 1-2 1-7 8-15 5-9 5-8 0-2 1-7

3FG 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0

FT 0-0 2-2 2-3 4-6 2-5 0-1 2-2

REB 0 1 8 5 6 1 8 1 12-19 30 63.2

21-50 42.0

2-4 50.0

FG 7-15 4-6 7-11 1-7 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0

3FG 5-12 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 2-3 2-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

20-42 47.6

5-17 29.4

5-10 50.0

1st 23 27

2nd 33 22

REB 2 9 5 7 2 1 0 0 1 2 29

Technical fouls: N/A Attendance: 2,177

Technical fouls: N/A Attendance: 1,126 Score by Periods Colorado State San Diego State

MP 27 40 33 39 27 23 11

SDSU Bale Harris Nowlin-Tres Wright DiCamilli Rucker Woods TEAM TOTALS Pct.

Total 47 51

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Score by Periods San Diego State Utah

Total 56 50

F 1 4 3 1 2 0 1

TP 2 4 19 15 12 0 4

A 1 1 1 6 1 2 2

T 0 1 2 6 1 2 4

B 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

S 1 0 6 3 2 1 0

MP 11 27 40 40 39 14 29

12

56

14

18

2

13 200

F 2 1 3 2 4 1 0 1 2

TP 21 10 14 2 0 0 2 1 0

A 2 4 0 7 1 4 0 0 0

T 5 3 0 7 3 6 0 0 0

B 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0

16

50

18

24

2

8 200

MP 40 36 33 39 16 22 3 5 6


POSTSEASON HISTORY NCAA Tournament (6-9)

Women’s NIT (3-2)

1984 (1-1) NCAA West Regional First Round, March 16 San Diego, Calif. (Peterson Gym) San Diego State 70, Oregon 63

1989 (2-1) WNIT First Round, March 23 Amarillo, Texas (Cal Farley Coliseum) San Diego State 99, Radford 92 (2OT)

NCAA West Regional Semifinals, March 22 Los Angeles, Calif. (L.A. Sports Arena) Long Beach State 91, San Diego State 73 (OT)

WNIT Second Round, March 24 Amarillo, Texas (Cal Farley Coliseum) San Diego State 97, Murray St. 81

 MOUNTAIN WEST (11-11) 2000 (0-1) Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 8 Brigham Young 78, San Diego State 37

1985 (1-1) NCAA Midwest Regional First Round, March 15 Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center) San Diego State 70, UNLV 68

WNIT Final, March 25 Amarillo, Texas (Cal Farley Coliseum) Oregon 67, San Diego State 64

2001 (0-1) Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 7 New Mexico 55, San Diego State 49

NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinals, March 22 Monroe, La. (Ewing Coliseum) Louisiana Tech 94, San Diego State 64

2013 (1-1) WNIT First Round, March 20 San Diego, Calif. (Viejas Arena) San Diego State 69, UC Santa Barbara 46

2002 (0-1) Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 6 New Mexico 65, San Diego State 52

1993 (0-1) NCAA West Regional First Round, March 19 Athens, Ga. (Georgia Coliseum) Georgia 85, San Diego State 68

WNIT Second Round, March 23 Provo, Utah (Marriott Center) Brigham Young 69, San Diego State 58

1994 (1-1) NCAA West Regional First Round, March 18 San Diego, Calif. (Peterson Gym) San Diego State 81, Hawai’i 75 NCAA West Regional Second Round, March 20 San Diego, Calif. (Peterson Gym) Texas A&M 75, San Diego State 72 (OT) 1995 (0-1) NCAA West Regional First Round, March 16 San Diego, Calif. (Peterson Gym) Montana 57, San Diego State 46 1997 (0-1) NCAA Midwest Regional First Round, March 15 Knoxville, Tenn. (Thompson-Boling Arena) Oregon 80, San Diego State 68 2009 (1-1) NCAA First Round, March 21 San Diego, Calif. (Cox Arena) San Diego State 76, DePaul 70 NCAA Second Round, March 23 San Diego, Calif. (Cox Arena) Stanford 77, San Diego State 49 2010 (2-1) NCAA First Round, March 21 Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center) San Diego State 74, Texas 63 NCAA Second Round, March 23 Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center) San Diego State 64, West Virginia 55 NCAA Memphis Regional, March 27 Memphis, Tenn. (FedExForum) Duke 66, San Diego State 58 2012 (0-1) NCAA First Round, March 18 Baton Rouge, La. (Pete Maravich Assembly Center) LSU 64, San Diego State 56

AIAW Tournament (1-2) 1981 (1-2) AIAW Western Regionals, March 12-14 Malibu, Calif. (Pepperdine University) San Diego State 77, California 64 Long Beach State 71, San Diego State 56 UCLA 61, San Diego State 54 (Consolation)

Conference Tournaments (25-23)  PACIFIC COAST ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (3-3) 1986 (1-1) Long Beach, Calif./Inglewood, Calif., March 6-8 San Diego State 73, UC Irvine 56 Long Beach State 116, San Diego State 74 1987 (1-1) Long Beach, Calif./Inglewood, Calif., March 5-6 San Diego State 68, Hawai`i 62 Long Beach State 108, San Diego State 74 1988 (1-1) Long Beach, Calif./Inglewood, Calif., March 10-11 San Diego State 64, Fresno State 60 Long Beach State 94, San Diego State 78  BIG WEST CONFERENCE (0-2) 1989 (0-1) Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Arena), March 9 Cal State Fullerton 68, San Diego State 60 1990 (0-1) Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Arena), March 7 San Jose State 81, San Diego State 59  WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (11-5) 1991 (0-1) Laramie, Wyo. (Arena-Auditorium), March 8 Creighton 78, San Diego State 75 1992 (1-1) Salt Lake City, Utah (Huntsman Center), March 12-13 San Diego State 66, Wyoming 58 Creighton 89, San Diego State 66 1993 (1-1) Salt Lake City, Utah (Huntsman Center), March 10-12 San Diego State 62, Fresno State 38 Utah 74, San Diego State 56 1994 (3-0) WAC Tournament Champions Salt Lake City, Utah (Huntsman Center), March 9-12 San Diego State 95, New Mexico 60 San Diego State 73, Fresno State 53 San Diego State 51, Colorado State 47

1997 (3-0) WAC Tournament Champions Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 5-8 San Diego State 57, New Mexico 50 San Diego State 74, Hawai’i 48 San Diego State 56, Utah 50

2003 (0-1) Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 12 New Mexico 54, San Diego State 49 2004 (0-1) Denver, Colo. (Pepsi Center), March 10 Utah 68, San Diego State 51 2005 (0-1) Denver, Colo. (Pepsi Center), March 9 New Mexico 81, San Diego State 52 2006 (0-1) Denver, Colo. (Pepsi Center), March 7 Colorado State 69, San Diego State 58 2007 (0-1) Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 7 Wyoming 56, San Diego State 44 2008 (2-1) MWC Tournament Runner-Up Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 12-15 San Diego State 66, Wyoming 54 San Diego State 69, TCU 67 New Mexico 62, San Diego State 59 2009 (1-1) MWC Tournament Runner-Up Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 13-14 San Diego State 71, UNLV 63 Utah 63, San Diego State 58 2010 (3-0) MWC Tournament Champions Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 8-12 San Diego State 60, Wyoming 51 San Diego State 77, Brigham Young 47 San Diego State 70, Utah 60 (OT) 2011 (0-1) Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 8-12 New Mexico 65, San Diego State 57 2012 (3-0) MW Tournament Champions Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 7-10 San Diego State 68, Air Force 58 San Diego State 73, Wyoming 55 San Diego State 57, New Mexico 43 2013 (2-1) MW Tournament Runner-Up Las Vegas, Nev. (Thomas & Mack Center), March 12-16 San Diego State 67, Nevada 39 San Diego State 67, New Mexico 39 Fresno State 76, San Diego State 70

1995 (2-1) WAC Tournament Runner-Up Albuquerque, N.M. (University Arena), March 8-11 San Diego State 57, New Mexico 39 San Diego State 71, Texas-El Paso 49 Utah 64, San Diego State 57 1996 (1-1) Albuquerque, N.M. (University Arena), March 6-8 San Diego State 69, Fresno State 48 Colorado State 64, San Diego State 58

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS AAA

Apiafi, Mary.................................. 1999-00 Amarikwa, Erimma .................... 2012-13 Arceneaux, Shelda ............1984-85-86-87 Arreola, Cheryl.................................. 1985

BBB

Bale, Courtney ............................. 1997-98 Barnes, Ijlal ....................................... 2006 Bauer, Heidi ...................... 1981-82-83, 85 Blackburn, Tammy.............1991-92-93-94 Blackman, Marci ..................... 1982-83-84 Bloodsaw, Carmelia.......................... 1991 Bundage, Anita ..................1998-99-00-01 Burleigh, Kainoa ............................... 1995 Bradley, Jessika .......................... 2010-11 Brandon, Aleiah .............................. 2013

CCC

Cardin, Rachel .................................. 1981 Carrillo, Liza................................. 1990-91 Casey, Lindsey ........................... 2004-05 Cazier, Anje ...................................... 1996 Chamberlain, Tonya ......................... 1990 Chambers, Candace .............. 2009-10-11 Chambers, Cheryl................... 1983-84-85 Cheesman, Ashley ........................... 2005 Clark, Gabrielle ................ 2009, 11-12-13 Clay, Shannon ............................ 2007-08 Clements, Courtney ................ 2011-12-13 Cohee, Angela .................................. 1984 Coleman, Genevieve ................... 1983-84 Coleman, Kim ................................... 1990 Cox, Jamey........................2000-01-02-03 Culberson, Desi ......................... 2012-13

DDD

Davis, Coco .......................2008-09-10-11 Davis, Demetrice ................... 1988-89-90 Davis, Quenese ................2007-08-09-10 Demus, Shanna ...................... 2006-07-08 Dewitt, Darlene ................................. 1979 de Vries, Maryke............................... 1993 DiCamilli, Olivia ................ 1994, 96-97-98 Dion, Laura ............................. 1978-79-80 Dixon, Beverly .................................. 1977 Dixon, LaSandra ................2006-07-08-09 Dodge, Sue....................................... 1980 Dossman, Falene ............................. 1999 Duffy, Allison................................ 2008-10 Duffy, Ashley .................................... 2010 Duncan, Dee Dee ..............1983-84-85-86 Dunlap, Ashlee ........................... 2003-04

EEE

Edmonds, Sheri .................1984-85-86-87 Elliott, Michelle ............................ 2004-05 Ellis, Kim ................................. 1977-78-79 Epps, Sorii ................................... 1993-94 Evans, Julie ................................. 1989-90 Evans, Kristy................................ 1998-99 Eveland, Kate ....................2005-06-07-08 Evers, Nancy .................................... 1978

FFF

Farodolu, Olanike ............................. 1997 Foli, Fran .......................................... 1979 Fouse, Amber .................................. 2003 Fredrick, Alyssa ................................ 1998 Fritz, Courtney ............................ 2004-06

GGG

Garnes, Kieishsha ....................... 1991-92 Garnett, Tami ................................... 2003 Gillette, Kaly ..................................... 1999 Glass, Monica ................................... 1989 Goldblatt, Lindsay ........................ 2005-06 Gould, Joanne ............................. 1986-87 Green, Audrey .................................. 2006 Griffin, Sajoyia ............................. 2011-12

HHH

Hall, Stephanie ................................. 1995 Harmer, Barbara ............................... 1987 Harris, Shaneya ........................... 1997-98 Harvey, Ahjalee .......................... 2012-13 Harvey, Inca ..................................... 1985 Hauser, Ilene .................................... 1986 Hayes, Robin ......................... 1997, 99-00 Haynes, Jessica ..................... 1986-87-88 Heinrich, Jana................................... 2006 Hines, Lisa ........................................ 1977 Hinkle, Jennie ................................... 1977 Hoisington, Lauren .......................... 2007 Hoistad, Debbie ........................... 1978-79 Hollingsworth, Rita............................ 1990 Hopkins, Chelsea ........................ 2012-13 Howard, Valencia ....................... 2002-03 Huettl, Jessica ............................ 2004-05 Hutchinson, Tina.......................... 1984-85 Hunter, Khristina ....................... 2012-13 Gabrielle Clark lettered four times, playing in 116 games and helping the Aztecs win back-to-back Mountain West regular-season titles in 2012 and 2013.

JJJ

Jackson, Angelica............................. 1989 Jackson, Erin ......................... 2004-06-07 Jackson, Mary ............................. 1978-79 Johns, Elisha ............................... 1991-92

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Johnson, Desiree......................... 2006-07 Johnson, Jennifer ............................. 1991 Johnson, Paris ...................2008-09-10-11 Johnson, Rachelle ....................... 1993-94 Johnson, Tameka ............................. 1996 Jointer, Demetrice ............................ 1984 Jump, Dawn...................................... 1983

KKK

Koller, Pamela .................................. 1977 Kiesling, Andrea ................2000-01-02-03 King, Tynisha ............................... 2002-03 Knight, Tanisha............................ 2001-02

LLL

Lamar, Stephanie ........................ 1988-89 Layton-Bailes, Jennifer ............... 2007-09 Lee, Crystal ................................. 1989-90 Lee, Shannon ......................... 1998-99-00 Leo, Lindsay .................................... 2009 Lewis, Farryn ................................... 2004 Lipford, Tamika ....................... 2006-07-08 Lollis, Lori ......................................... 1990 Long, Danesha ................................ 2013

MMM

Mann, Kristin..................................... 1990 Massie, Stefanie ............................... 1989 Matthews, Kawai .............................. 1997 Mattson, Candace ............................ 2004 McCartny, Nicolette ...........2001-02-03-04 McConnell, Amy .......................... 1991-92 McCue, Marin ................................... 2005 McGlade, Theresa .............1980-81-82-83 McGlawn, Tameka.................. 1991-92-93 McNamee, Lisa................................. 1981 Meadows, Brooke ..............1986-87-88-89 Mercier, Rita ..................................... 1978 Michaels, Audrey .............................. 1977 Milburn, Taryn................................... 2006 Miles, Michelle ............................. 1991-92 Mitroff, Terry ..................................... 1982 Montag, Laurie.................................. 1977 Morris, JenĂŠ ........................... 2008-09-10 Murguia, Christina .............1992-93-94-95 Murray, Charley ........................... 1998-99

NNN

Nahinu, Malia........................... 2011-1213 Neely, Michelle ................................. 1997 Newman, Taree ........................... 1978-79 Newsome, Rhonda ........................... 1981 Novak, Nikki...................................... 2013 Nowlin-Tres, Jodi ...............1994-95-96-97 Nutter, Lynette ...................1984-85-86-87

OOO

Otii, Atim ............................1999-00-01-02 Overton, Marsha ................1980-81-82-83 Overton, Renee ...................... 1983-84-85

PPP

Page, Lynn .................................. 1977-78 Pels, Diena .................................. 1980-81 Perczynski, Paula ........................ 1984-85 Perez, Gabriela................................. 1982 Perry, Chana ............................... 1988-89 Peters, Carolyn ................................. 1990 Porter, Jasmine ................................ 2011 Porter, Judy .......................1980-81-82-83

RRR

Rebbe, Monica ....................... 1981-82-83 Rhea, Tari ............................... 1977-78-79 Rice, Pat ........................................... 1985 Rinder, Debbie............................. 1986-87 Rodriguez, Edna .......................... 1995-96 Rose, Barbara ............................. 1977-78 Rowan, Renee ........................ 1977-78-79 Rucker, Deidra.................................. 1997 Rushford, Kelly ................................. 1999

SSS

Santos, Brittany ................................ 2006 Sauls, Maggie ............................. 2002-03 Schomaker, Missy ....................... 2001-02 Shaw, Cathy ..................................... 1983 Shaw, Veronica ................2003-04-05-06 Shelton, Vicky ................................... 1985 Shue, Sue .................................... 1979-80 Shuttles, Gayle ....................... 1978-79-80 Sledge, Sophia ..................1997-98-99-01 Small, Sheree ......................... 1977-78-79 Smith, Alison................................ 1987-88 Smith, Jordie..................................... 2005 Sorensen, Stephanie ........................ 1995 Spinardi, Kim ....................2007-08-09-10 Stack, Maria...................................... 1984 Stamps, Kiyana ........................... 2012-13 Stanton, Debbie ................................ 1999 Stevens, Lisa ............................... 1986-87 Strawberry, Michelle ............... 2004-05-06 Suman, Michelle ................1992-93-94-95 Sweat, Melissa ............................ 2011-12 Swinbank, Claire................ 1999, 2001-02

TTT

Toler, Penny ..................................... 1985 Tutt, Kalena ......................2009-10-11-12

UUU

Usher, Melanie ....................... 1989-90-91

VVV

Vander Poel, Jackie.......................... 1982 Vargas, Morgan ........................... 2001-02 Vita, Adrienne .................................. 2009

WWW

Waikle, Connie ............................ 1987-88 Walker, Angela ............................ 1994-96 Wallace, Toni ............................... 1984-85 Walters, Micheale ............................. 1977 Wheeler, Kacee ................................ 2000 White, Ashley ................................... 2003 Williams, Ashonda ....................... 2002-03 Williams, Atiya ............................. 1994-95 Williams, Jerica................................. 2009 Williams, Tonda ................................ 1997 Williamson, Chelsea ........................ 2007 Winter, Darlene................................. 1980 Wolf, Heather............................... 2002-03 Woods, La-Taya .......................... 1996-97 Wright, Falisha...................1992-93-94-95 Wright, Lakeysha ...............1992-93-94-95 Wright, Sandy .............................. 1996-97

ZZZ

Zukauskaite, Jurate ..................... 1996-97 Bold = 2013-14 Returnees


AZTEC HONORS 2009-10 .................................. Jené Morris 2010-11 .............................. Paris Johnson 2011-12 .................................Kaleena Tutt 2012-13 ............................. Gabrielle Clark ........................................Chelsea Hopkins Newcomer of the Year 2009-10 ............................Jessika Bradley All-Newcomer Team 1999-2000 ............................... Jamey Cox

Susan Shue became the program’s first Academic All-American, garnering first-team honors in her final season in 1979-80.

ALL-AMERICANS

Kodak All-American First Team 1988-89 .................................Chana Perry Honorable Mention 1992-93 .............................. Falisha Wright 1993-94 .............................. Falisha Wright Associated Press All-American Honorable Mention 2011-12 ...................... Courtney Clements

Third Team 2000-01 ....................................... Atim Otii 2001-02 ....................................... Atim Otii ......................................... Claire Swinbank 2002-03 ................................... Jamey Cox 2003-04 .............................. Michelle Elliott 2006-07 ............................ Quenese Davis 2009-10 ............................ Quenese Davis 2010-11 ............................Jessika Bradley ............................................ Paris Johnson 2011-12 ................................ Malia Nahinu 2012-13 ......................Erimma Amarikwa

Academic All-American (CoSIDA) First Team 1979-80 ................................. Susan Shue

Honorable Mention 2002-03 ..............................Ashlee Dunlap 2003-04 .............................. Courtney Fritz 2004-05 .............................. Michelle Elliott ................................... Michelle Strawberry 2005-06 ..................... Michelle Strawberry 2006-07 ........................... Shanna Demus 2007-08 ................................. Allison Duffy ............................................ Paris Johnson 2010-11 ...................... Courtney Clements 2011-12 .............................Kiyana Stamps 2012-13 ................................ Malia Nahinu

ALL-CONFERENCE HONOREES

Player of the Year 2011-12 ...................... Courtney Clements 2012-13 ..........................Chelsea Hopkins

WBCA/State Farm All-American Honorable Mention 2008-09 .................................. Jené Morris 2009-10 .................................. Jené Morris 2011-12 ...................... Courtney Clements 2012-13 ...................... Courtney Clements ........................................Chelsea Hopkins

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN

Mountain West Conference

First Team 2008-09 .................................. Jené Morris ............................................ Paris Johnson 2009-10 .................................. Jené Morris 2011-12 ...................... Courtney Clements ........................................Chelsea Hopkins 2012-13 ...................... Courtney Clements ........................................Chelsea Hopkins Second Team 1999-2000 ............................... Mary Apiafi 2000-01 ................................... Jamey Cox 2007-08 .................................. Jené Morris 2008-09 ............................ Quenese Davis 2009-10 .............................. Paris Johnson

Tournament MVP 2009-10 ............................ Quenese Davis 2011-12 ..........................Chelsea Hopkins Coach of the Year 2008-09 ................................... Beth Burns 2011-12 ................................... Beth Burns 2012-13 ................................... Beth Burns Defensive Player of the Year 2008-09 .................................. Jené Morris 2009-10 .................................. Jené Morris All-Defensive Team 2008-09 ............................ Quenese Davis ............................................ Paris Johnson ................................................ Jené Morris

All-Academic Team 2000-01 ..............................Sophia Sledge ......................................... Claire Swinbank .......................................... Morgan Vargas 2001-02 ..........................Valencia Howard ......................................... Claire Swinbank .......................................... Morgan Vargas ...................................... Ashonda Williams .............................................. Heather Wolf 2002-03 ............................Andrea Kiesling 2003-04 ............................. Lindsey Casey .............................................Jessica Huettl 2004-05 ............................. Lindsey Casey ..............................................Kate Eveland .............................................Jessica Huettl 2005-06 ................................Kate Eveland ........................................... Tamika Lipford 2006-07 ................................Kate Eveland ........................................... Tamika Lipford 2007-08 ............................ Shanna Demus ..............................................Kate Eveland ........................................... Tamika Lipford ...............................................Kim Spinardi 2011-12 ..........................Chelsea Hopkins 2012-13 ............................ Aleiah Brandon ........................................Chelsea Hopkins Scholar-Athletes 2003-04 ...............................Jessica Huettl 2004-05 ................................Kate Eveland .............................................Jessica Huettl 2005-06 ................................Kate Eveland ........................................... Tamika Lipford 2006-07 ................................Kate Eveland ........................................... Tamika Lipford 2007-08 ................................Kate Eveland

Western Athletic Conference

First Team 1990-91 .........................Kieishsha Garnes 1991-92 .........................Kieishsha Garnes 1992-93 .............................. Falisha Wright 1993-94 .............................. Falisha Wright ...................................................Sorii Epps ...................................... Rachelle Johnson 1994-95 .........................Christina Murguia ......................................... Michelle Suman ............................................ Falisha Wright 1995-96 ......................... Tameka Johnson .................................................Jodi Nowlin 1996-97-Pacific Division ........................................ Jodi Nowlin-Tres Second Team 1991-92 .............................. Falisha Wright 1996-97 .............................Olivia DiCamilli Honorable Mention 1992-93 ........................... Michelle Suman 1993-94 ........................... Michelle Suman .......................................Christina Murguia 1994-95 .......................... Lakeysha Wright 1995-96 .............................Olivia DiCamilli

Tournament MVP 1993-94 .........................Christina Murguia 1996-97 .......................... Jodi Nowlin-Tres Coach of the Year 1993-94 ................................... Beth Burns 1994-95 ................................... Beth Burns 1995-96-Pacific Division .......... Beth Burns Player of the Year 1990-91 .........................Kieishsha Garnes 1994-95 .........................Christina Murguia All-Defensive Team 1994-95 ........................... Michelle Suman ............................................ Falisha Wright ........................................ Lakeysha Wright 1995-96 .......................... Jodi Nowlin-Tres ......................................... Edna Rodriguez 1996-97 .......................... Jodi Nowlin-Tres .......................................... Shaneya Harris ............................................. Sandy Wright 1998-99 ................................Shannon Lee All-Newcomer Team 1995-96 .............................. Deidra Rucker 1996-97 ............................ Alyssa Fredrick 1998-99 ........................... Claire Swinbank All-Academic Team 1992-93 ........................ Rachelle Johnson ..........................................Amy McConnell 1993-94 .............................Olivia DiCamilli ...................................... Rachelle Johnson 1995-96 .............................Olivia DiCamilli 1996-97 .............................Olivia DiCamilli 1998-99 ............................ Charley Murray

Big West Conference

First Team 1986-87 ............................Jessica Haynes 1987-88 .................................Chana Perry 1988-89 .................................Chana Perry 1989-90 ...................................Julie Evans Second Team 1985-86 ........................Shelda Arceneaux ..........................................Jessica Haynes All-Freshman Team 1988-89 ...................................Crystal Lee Player of the Year 1987-88 ...............Chana Perry (co-player) 1988-89 ...............Chana Perry (co-player) Freshman of the Year 1988-89 ...................................Crystal Lee

Western Collegiate Athletic Association

First Team 1979-80 ...................................Judy Porter 1980-81 ...................................Judy Porter 1983-84 ........................... Tina Hutchinson Second Team 1981-82 ...................................Judy Porter 1982-83 ...................................Judy Porter 1984-85 ........................Shelda Arceneaux ................................................Penny Toler Bold = 2013-14 Returnees

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1,000-POINT SCORERS 1. JUDY PORTER (1980-83) - 2,318 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1979-80 29 199 N/A 105 1980-81 35 255 N/A 145 1981-82 33 234 N/A 183 1982-83 23 194 N/A 131 Totals 120 882 N/A 564

Pts. 503 645 651 519 2,318

Avg. 17.3 18.4 19.7 22.6 19.3

2. FALISHA WRIGHT (1992-95) - 1,733 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1991-92 29 179 49 50 1992-93 26 164 51 77 1993-94 31 147 62 52 1994-95 29 144 44 80 Totals 115 634 206 259

Pts. 457 456 408 412 1,733

Avg. 15.8 17.5 13.2 14.2 15.1

3. PARIS JOHNSON (2008-11) - 1,598 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 2007-08 31 144 0 85 2008-09 32 186 0 64 2009-10 34 156 0 67 2010-11 29 161 5 83 Totals 126 647 5 299

Pts. 373 436 379 410 1,598

Avg. 12.0 13.6 11.1 14.1 12.2

4. JÉNÉ MORRIS (2008-10) - 1,499 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 2007-08 31 157 46 76 2008-09 30 188 49 58 2009-10 34 221 59 79 Totals 95 566 154 213

Pts. 436 483 580 1,499

Avg. 14.1 16.1 17.1 15.8

Paris Johnson

5. COURTNEY CLEMENTS (2010-13) - 1,495 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT Pts. 2010-11 29 126 42 38 332 2011-12 32 210 63 73 556 2012-13 34 233 77 64 607 Totals 95 520 124 174 1,495

Avg. 11.4 17.4 17.9 15.7

6. CHANA PERRY (1988-89) - 1,445 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1987-88 31 278 0 162 1988-89 31 286 0 155 Totals 62 564 0 317

Pts. 718 727 1,445

Avg. 23.2 23.5 23.3

7. JESSICA HAYNES (1986-88) - 1,395 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1985-86 27 188 N/A 57 1986-87 29 176 0 65 1987-88 30 213 3 116 Totals 86 577 3 238

Pts. 433 417 545 1,395

Avg. 16.0 14.4 18.2 16.2

8. QUENESE DAVIS (2007-10) - 1,370 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 2006-07 28 94 15 70 2007-08 31 92 19 72 2008-09 32 120 33 101 2009-10 34 169 33 77 Totals 125 475 100 320

Pts. 273 275 374 448 1,370

Avg. 9.8 8.9 11.7 13.2 11.0

Courtney Clements

Marsha Overton

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1,000-POINT SCORERS 9. MICHELLE SUMAN (1992-95) - 1,341 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1991-92 29 156 0 99 1992-93 28 111 0 65 1993-94 31 134 0 65 1994-95 30 123 0 64 Totals 118 524 0 293

15. KIEISHSHA GARNES (1991-92) - 1,235 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT Pts. 1990-91 28 271 0 119 661 1991-92 28 249 0 76 574 Totals 56 520 0 195 1,235

Avg. 23.6 20.5 22.1

Avg. 8.9 10.9 9.9 12.1 10.5

16. SHELDA ARCENEAUX (1984-87) - 1,232 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT Pts. 1983-84 30 122 N/A 47 297 1984-85 30 129 N/A 34 295 1985-86 28 178 N/A 62 418 1986-87 24 95 0 32 222 Totals 112 524 0 175 1,232

Avg. 9.9 9.8 14.9 9.3 11.0

Pts. 370 288 273 344 1,275

Avg. 13.7 10.7 9.8 12.7 11.7

17. DEE DEE DUNCAN (1983-86) - 1,108 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT Pts. 1982-83 27 72 N/A 33 177 1983-84 30 124 N/A 42 290 1984-85 29 147 N/A 58 352 1985-86 17 122 N/A 45 289 Totals 103 465 N/A 178 1,108

Avg. 6.6 9.7 12.1 17.0 10.8

12. MARSHA OVERTON (1980-83) - 1,273 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT Pts. 1979-80 32 125 N/A 92 342 1980-81 35 147 N/A 61 355 1981-82 33 149 N/A 70 368 1982-83 28 86 N/A 36 208 Totals 128 507 N/A 259 1,273

Avg. 10.7 10.1 11.2 6.6 9.9

18. JULIE EVANS (1989-90) - 1,106 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1988-89 30 191 0 54 1989-90 30 293 0 84 Totals 60 484 0 138

Pts. 436 670 1,106

Avg. 14.5 22.3 18.4

13. TINA HUTCHINSON (1984-85) - 1,256 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1983-84 30 383 N/A 132 1984-85 21 153 N/A 52 Totals 51 536 N/A 184

Pts. 898 358 1,256

Avg. 29.9 17.0 20.6

19. JODI NOWLIN-TRES (1994-97) - 1,089 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT Pts. 1993-94 17 20 4 9 53 1994-95 27 61 5 27 154 1995-96 28 180 25 40 425 1996-97 28 199 23 36 457 Totals 100 460 57 112 1,089

Avg. 3.3 5.7 15.2 16.3 10.9

14. CHRISTINA MURGUIA (1992-95) - 1,237 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT Pts. 1991-92 28 88 1 46 223 1992-93 28 156 2 52 366 1993-94 30 122 1 52 297 1994-95 27 140 2 69 351 Totals 113 366 6 219 1,237

Avg. 8.0 13.1 9.9 13.0 10.9

20. HEIDI BAUER (1981-83, 1985) - 1,024 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1980-81 36 68 N/A 44 1981-82 33 145 N/A 54 1982-83 28 134 N/A 40 1984-85 30 70 N/A 52 Totals 127 417 N/A 190

Avg. 5.0 10.4 11.0 6.4 8.1

Pts. 411 287 333 310 1,341

Avg. 14.2 10.3 10.7 10.3 11.4

10. BROOKE MEADOWS (1986-89) - 1,310 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT Pts. 1985-86 31 105 N/A 66 276 1986-87 29 125 0 67 317 1987-88 31 130 0 46 306 1988-89 34 166 0 79 411 Totals 125 526 0 258 1,310

11. JAMEY COX (2000-03) - 1,275 Points Year Games FG 3FG FT 1999-00 27 121 69 59 2000-01 27 90 50 58 2001-02 28 93 53 34 2002-03 27 109 77 49 Totals 109 413 249 200

Pts. 180 344 308 192 1,024

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AZTEC HALL OF FAME

 JUDY PORTER

 CHANA PERRY

 FALISHA WRIGHT

 KIEISHSHA GARNES

 MICHELLE SUMAN

 AZTEC HALL OF FAME

Hall of Fame Class of 1990 Four-Time All-Conference SDSU’s All-Time Leading Scorer

Hall of Fame Class of 2008 1990-91 WAC Player of the Year Career Scoring Average - 22.1 ppg.

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Hall of Fame Class of 1998 First Team Kodak All-American Two-Time Big West Co-Player of the Year

Hall of Fame Class of 2013 Two-Time All-WAC Selection 1,341 Points, 759 Rebounds, 251 Blocks

Hall of Fame Class of 2002 Two-Time Honorable Mention All-American 1,733 Points, 448 Assists, 324 Steals

Presented by the Wise Foundation Fowler Athletics Center


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THE UNIVERSITY

F

rom its modest beginning in 1897 as a teachers’ school perched above a downtown drugstore, San Diego State University has evolved into a major research university and an integral partner of the community it serves. It is difficult to imagine San Diego without San Diego State University. More community leaders within the San Diego region received their education at SDSU than at any other institution. In fact, about half of the university’s 260,000 living alumni have chosen to put their knowledge and skills to work right here, invigorating nearly every facet of San Diego’s professional and community life. SDSU and its graduates continue to drive progress and innovation with ground-breaking scientific discoveries and region-specific public health and environmental research. SDSU faculty were awarded $145 million in research funding last year – more than two University of California campuses. Students benefit from opportunities to engage in research alongside teacher/scholars who are at the leading edge of their fields. SDSU’s urban, cosmopolitan campus reflects the healthy diversity of our region – 52 percent of our undergraduates are students of color. Students from all walks of life and 125 nations contribute to SDSU’s dynamic mix of ethnic, racial and social backgrounds. Responding to the need to be globally competitive, SDSU has dramatically expanded its international programs. The university leverages its strategic location on the Pacific Rim and the border of Latin America to advance international study and research opportunities. SDSU’s commitment to serving the community is steadfast. The nationally recognized Compact for Success between SDSU and the Sweetwater Union High School District has increased Sweetwater’s college-going population by 120 percent. Similarly, SDSU’s leadership of the City Heights Educational Collaborative has improved the achievement of K-12 students while providing training and educational support for education professionals in three of San Diego’s most challenged inner-city schools. Indeed, SDSU is just as committed to improving quality of life and economic prosperity today as it was in 1897 when it became the first institution of higher education in San Diego.

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RANKINGS & DISTINCTIONS ACADEMICS

• In the last 20 years, SDSU has conferred more than 145,000 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees. That’s 145,000 lives transformed by the power of an SDSU education. • SDSU received more than 69,000 undergraduate applications for the fall 2012 semester, among the highest of any university in the country. • More than 88 percent of all 2010 SDSU freshmen and 87.4 percent of 2010 freshmen of color enrolled for a second year, marking another solid gain in SDSU continuation rates, which are linked to graduation success.

• SDSU is one of the top-20 most LGBT-friendly campuses in the nation, according to a July 2012 ranking by CampusPride.org. The university introduced an interdisciplinary major in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender studies in 2012, the second university in the country to do so. • Of SDSU’s tenured/tenure track faculty, nearly 25 percent describe themselves as persons of color, and more than 40 percent are women.

• SDSU’s joint doctoral programs in clinical psychology, biological sciences and chemistry, public affairs, social work and rehabilitation counseling are ranked among the top in the nation in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools.” • The fall 2012 freshman class (admitted students) had an average high school GPA of 3.79 and average SAT scores of 1146.

COMMUNITY

• The Campaign for SDSU, a $500-million fundraising initiative to fuel student success, is strengthening ties between SDSU and the San Diego region by providing scholarships, internships and academic instruction to prepare San Diego’s future leaders. • SDSU owns and operates KPBS, rated among the top-10 public broadcasting stations in the U.S., and employing the largest radio news team in San Diego County. • SDSU and the Sweetwater Union High School District have partnered to create the Compact for Success program, a pioneering effort in educational civil rights that is designed to help the district’s highly diverse student body better prepare for higher education. The program guarantees a place at SDSU for every student from the district’s classes through 2017 who meets certain academic standards. The first class of Compact Scholars started at SDSU in fall 2006. Since then, the number of Compact Scholars has doubled. • The City Heights Educational Collaborative involves more than 100 faculty members from 40 departments in supporting families and educating children in one of San Diego’s most diverse neighborhoods. SDSU has also opened a Literacy Center in City Heights and played a leading role in the Digital Bridge project to improve computer literacy in the neighborhood. • Decorated as a veteran-friendly university, SDSU educates more than 1,100 student veterans through a combination of classroom and online degree programs, while the campus’ Joan and Art Barron Veterans Center assists them in applying for federal benefits.

INTERNATIONAL

• Since 2000, more than 12,000 SDSU students have studied abroad through one of 335 affiliated international education programs in 52 countries. • SDSU is the first U.S. university to offer a transnational triple-degree program in international business. Students earn degrees from SDSU plus universities in Mexico and Canada or universities in Mexico and Chile. • SDSU ranks No. 3 in California for the number students studying abroad as part of their college experience, according to the Institute of International Education. • SDSU’s international business program is among the largest of its kind and ranks within the top-15 international business programs in the nation. • SDSU’s Language Acquisition Resource Center was the first of three and is now one of only 15 sites funded by the U.S. Department of Education to serve as a National Language Resource Center.

RESEARCH

• SDSU faculty and staff have been awarded more than $1.5 billion in external funding since 2000.

DIVERSITY

• SDSU ranks No. 11 in the nation and No. 4 in California for bachelor’s degrees awarded to Hispanics; and is No. 28 in the nation for master’s degrees awarded to Hispanics, according to Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, May 2012.

• In 2011, a team including SDSU, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Washington was awarded an $18.5-million National Science Foundation grant to develop robotic devices that interact seamlessly with the human body to restore or improve sensation and movement.

• In 2011, more than 40 percent of undergraduate degrees and more than 25 percent of master’s degrees were conferred on students of color. Additionally, SDSU’s highly diverse, low-income EOP students are attending graduate school at higher rates than the general student body.

• SDSU researchers in the 30,000-square-foot Donald P. Shiley BioScience Center—the first of its kind in the CSU—study the critical nexus of infection, inflammation and cardiovascular disease. Their multidisciplinary approach provides opportunities for mentorship of post doctoral, graduate and undergraduate students.

• SDSU was the first university in the country to establish a women’s studies program in 1970, and among the first to launch Africana studies and Chicana/Chicano studies departments.

• SDSU’s MS in regulatory affairs – a key area of the biotech industry – is one of only two programs of its kind in the country and is considered the most comprehensive.

• In SDSU’s 2012 freshman class (admitted students), 57 percent of students are from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds. • The McNair Scholars program identifies students from low-income backgrounds with potential to become university professors, provides them with mentors and supplies them with a $2,800 stipend to conduct research.

• SDSU’s annual Student Research Symposium is a two-day event at which participants present original research, scholarship or creative activities. More than 400 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students participated in 2012. • Astronomy professor William Welsh is a participating scientist with NASA’s Keplar Mission, which has discovered five new planets outside our solar system; and astronomy professor Jerome Orosz has calculated the mass of the notorious black hole Cygnus X-1, shedding new light on its origin.

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PROMINENT ALUMNI Arts/Actors

Kathleen Kennedy

Dennis Conner

Robert Hays, television/film actor, “Airplane” Julie Kavner, television actor, “The Simpsons” Kathleen Kennedy, film producer, “Schindler’s List” Kathy Najimy, television/film actor, “Sister Act” Gregory Peck, film actor, “To Kill a Mockingbird” Marion Ross, television/stage actor, “Happy Days” Claire Van Vliet, visual artist, founder of the Janus Press Carl Weathers, film actor, “Rocky” Gary David Goldberg, executive producer and co-creator, “Spin City” Raquel Welch, film and television actor, starred in “The Three Musketeers”

Authors

Patricia Benke, best-selling crime novelist Sid Fleischman, author, The Whipping Boy (Newbery Medal, 1987) Susan Vreeland, author, The Girl in Hyacinth Blue (New York Times Bestseller)

Business

Merrill R. McPeak

Timothy J. Muris

Norman Brinkler, Brinkler International, Ltd., (Chili’s, Macaroni Grill and On the Border) Robert Peterson, founder, Jack in the Box Sol Price, founder, Price Club R. Andrew Rathbone, creator, “….for Dummies” book series Ralph Rubio, founder/CEO, Rubio’s Baja Grill Jim Sinegal, co-founder and President/CEO, Costco Julia Stewart, CEO, International House of Pancakes Suzy Spafford, creator, Suzy’s Zoo Sue Swenson, COO, Leap Wireless Jack Williams, retired COO, Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises

Communication/Media

Art Linkletter, television show host Jeanne Zelasko, Fox Sports anchor/reporter Armen Keteyian, CBS Sports reporter

Education Armen Keteyian

Jim Sinegal

Sandra McBrayer, 1994 National Teacher of the Year Janis Gabay, 1990 National Teacher of the Year Dr. Doris Alvarez, 1997 Principal of the Year

Government/Military

Timothy J. Muris, Chairman, Federal Trade Commission General Merrill R. McPeak, former chief of staff, United States Air Force

Science

Robert Kaplan, nationally known psychologist Ellen Ochoa, astronaut, world’s first Hispanic female astronaut Siegfried Reich, HIV testing researcher pioneer Gerald Schleif, WD-40 inventor

Sports R. Andrew Rathbone

Marion Ross

Jeanne Zelasko and Kevin Kennedy

Michael Cage, former NBA basketball player Dennis Conner, America’s Cup-winning sailor Mark Grace, former Arizona Diamondbacks baseball player Tony Gwynn, former San Diego Padres baseball player/current Aztec baseball coach Fred Dryer, former Los Angeles Rams football player/actor Marshall Faulk, former NFL MVP and 2011 NFL Hall of Fame Inductee Courtney Clements, Atlanta Dream guard; first Aztec to play in WNBA Finals (2013) Kawhi Leonard, 2011 NBA first-round draft pick, first Aztec to play in NBA Finals (2013) Stephen Strasburg, 2009 MLB No. 1 overall draft pick, current Washington Nationals pitcher Joe Gibbs, former Washington Redskins football coach Graig Nettles, former New York Yankees baseball player Brian Sipe, former Cleveland Browns football player/current Aztec assistant football coach Mark Reynolds, sailor, four-time Olympian, two-time Olympic gold medalist, three-time world champion Marla Runyan, 1991-1994-2000 Olympian, visually impaired marathon runner Gene Littler, former PGA tour golfer, winner - 1961 US Open Kevin Kennedy, Fox Sports baseball analyst, former major league manager

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AZTEC CULTURE AZTECS AND SDSU San Diego State University first adopted the Aztec name in the 1920s as a nickname for the college’s sports teams. In 1925, the student newspaper followed suit, changing its name from The Paper Lantern to The Aztec. Since that time, San Diego State’s celebration of Aztec heritage has permeated the campus. In 1936, a Donald Hord sculpture of Montezuma II, the last Aztec emperor, became a welcoming campus icon. With the passing years, Aztec themes echoed in the names, colors and architectural elements of new campus buildings. And Aztec culture became the subject of more than a dozen university courses. In 1941, Monty Montezuma, a character based on Montezuma II, debuted at San Diego State athletic events as a symbolic personification of the Aztecs. Over time, the Montezuma character’s look and activities have evolved from a sports mascot into a more dignified and accurate representation of the historical emperor. Montezuma now serves as the university’s ambassador of Aztec culture, charged with the responsibility of informing and educating the San Diego community about Aztec civilization. SDSU continues to take pride in its affiliation with Aztec culture and to celebrate the Aztec virtues of strength, valor and intellectual achievement.

SDSU’S AZTEC HERITAGE From the early decades of its history, San Diego State has identified itself with the Aztecs, one of the most sophisticated and distinctive societies in the history of the Western Hemisphere. A fitting choice for a university committed to internationalism and diversity, the Aztec identity evokes great pride in Mexico, as well as among many people in the United States, and certainly within the SDSU community. Consequently, San Diego State strives to honor the Aztec people by enhancing awareness, understanding and appreciation of Aztec culture and achievements.

AZTEC HISTORY Aztec civilization dates back to at least the 12th century A.D. The precise location is still debated by scholars, but tradition tells us of a place somewhere north of modern-day Mexico City known at that time as Aztlan, which meant “the place of the cranes” or “the place of the herons.” The people who lived in this land were called Azteca meaning “those of Aztlan.”

The Azteca eventually left their homeland and became known as the Mexica. Native folklore attributes this name change to the instructions of the people’s patron deity, Huitzilopochtli (Hummingbird on the Left). Around 1325, the Mexica settled on an island in Lake Texcoco, an area that is now the heart of Mexico City, and named it Tenochtitlan or “the place of the fruit of the cactus.” A century later, the Mexica and two other Nahuatl-speaking city-states, Texcoco and Tlacopan, combined to create an entity popularly known as the Aztec Empire. Boasting a strong military force, this new alliance commanded a sphere of influence that stretched across much of present-day Mexico. Tenochtitlan and its surrounding valley evolved into a highly sophisticated, multicultural and multilingual city-state of several million inhabitants. At this same time, major European cities numbered only 30,000 to 40,000 in population. A cradle of innovation, the Aztec Empire developed advanced systems of trade, science, politics, religion, education and agriculture. The Aztecs also enjoyed sports and built grand ballcourts to accommodate team events.

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

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DR. ELLIOT HIRSHMAN Eighth President of SDSU

lliot Hirshman serves as president of San Diego State University. He joined SDSU in July 2011, and is only the eighth president in SDSU’s 117-year history. Building on a strong tradition, Dr. Hirshman leads a dynamic university community committed to addressing regional, national and global challenges and propelling California and our nation forward. With Dr. Hirshman at the helm, SDSU is advancing as a major public research university, emphasizing academic excellence, student success, community engagement, diversity, and internationalization. As president, he oversees a talented community of SDSU faculty and staff who are nationally recognized for their research accomplishments, their mentoring of the next generation of leaders and their commitment to addressing our society’s challenges. He is currently leading the university’s first comprehensive fundraising campaign, a campaign designed to transform the university by supporting student scholarships,

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research and innovation and community engagement. The campaign has raised more than $320 million since 2007. Dr. Hirshman’s career has been distinguished by his dedication to excellence in teaching, research and service. Prior to joining SDSU, he served as provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where he was responsible for the delivery of the academic program, including instruction, research, and academic support services; enrollment management, including admissions and financial aid; and the intercollegiate athletics program. He began his academic career at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1989-2000), where he served as assistant, associate, and ultimately full professor of psychology. While at Chapel Hill, Dr. Hirshman was nominated for the American Council on Education Fellows Program, in which he participated as a fellow in the provost’s office at Arizona State University.

Subsequently, he served as special assistant to the provost at Chapel Hill. Dr. Hirshman has a strong interdisciplinary background, having earned his undergraduate degree summa cum laude in economics and mathematics from Yale and his Ph.D. in cognitive psychology at UCLA. His research and teaching focus on the psychopharmacology of human cognition, exploring cognitive and quantitative models of memory, attention and visual perception, and the influence of individual drugs on specific cognitive processes. A fellow of the American Psychological Association, his interdisciplinary work involves collaboration among psychologists, medical doctors, and statisticians. Dr. Hirshman is married to Jeri Hirshman. The Hirshmans’ children Wendy and Nathan are both honors students. Wendy attends Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania, while Nathan attends the University of Virginia.


DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Below is a list of San Diego State teams that have advanced to postseason play and their NCAA finish the first three seasons under Jim Sterk.

2010-11 NCAA FINISHES  Men’s Basketball (9th)

Men’s Golf (16th) Softball (17th) Football (26th) Women’s Golf (49th) Outdoor Track & Field (60th)

2011-12 NCAA FINISHES  Men’s Golf (5th)  Outdoor Track & Field (9th) Softball (17th) Men’s Basketball (33rd) Women’s Basketball (33rd) Football (44th) Swimming & Diving (45th) Indoor Track & Field (48th) Women’s Golf (58th)

2012-13 NCAA FINISHES  Women’s Soccer (9th) Men’s Basketball (17th) Outdoor Track & Field (23rd) Indoor Track & Field (25th) Men’s Golf (31st) Softball (33rd) Women’s Tennis (33rd) Women’s Volleyball (33rd) Swimming & Diving (41st) Football (44th) Baseball (49th)  - indicates best Division I finish in

program history.

J

im Sterk enters his fourth season as the University’s Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, having already left an indelible mark on San Diego State. He has overseen the most successful three seasons in San Diego State athletic history. In terms of on-the-field accomplishments, the Aztecs have won 17 conference team championships since the beginning of the 2011-12 academic year, and in the classroom, there have been a record number of scholar-athletes on The Mesa. In addition, Sterk oversaw SDSU’s record-breaking fundraising campaign this past season. In terms of competitive success, San Diego State continues to set itself apart, compiling the second-highest combined winning percentage in the country in football and men’s basketball since the beginning of the 2010-11 season at 75.7 percent (109-35). SDSU is one of only two schools in the state of California to advance to bowl games each of the last three years (Stanford) and was one of only 17 schools nationwide to have its men’s basketball program advance to each of the last four NCAA tournaments. The overall success of the program can best be demonstrated by the fact that a then school-record nine athletic teams advanced to postseason play and scored postseason points in NCAA competition in 2011-12. Two of those programs - men’s golf and women’s outdoor track & field - finished among the nation’s top 10. During the 2012-13 academic year, Aztec teams have won 12 conference titles, one year after winning five league titles. In his tenure, Sterk has watched six different San Diego State sports finish in the top 25 at NCAA championships, including four sports which finished in the top 10 of their NCAA championship. Since arriving at San Diego State in February 2010, Sterk, 57, has led the Aztec athletic department to fiscal stability.

Despite state cutbacks, he has ended each of his first three years at SDSU in the black, and athletic department fundraising is at an all-time high. His impact has also been felt throughout the department, as he has hired or extended the contract of 15 current head coaches at San Diego State. The current collection of Aztec head coaches have combined to earn 33 conference coach-of-the-year honors. Sterk’s vision of a program that competes with the nation’s best on the field, and one that takes a back seat to no one in the classroom, is well on its way to becoming a reality. This past April, a school-record 305 individuals were honored as scholar student-athletes at the traditional year-end banquet, bettering the mark set in Sterk’s second year on The Mesa. Sterk came to SDSU from Washington State University, where he served as athletic director since 2000. Prior to his hiring at WSU, he was the AD at Portland State University from 1995 to 2000. Sterk also has a solid reputation and the respect of his peers across the country. The NCAA recognized him in 2006 as the Division IA Athletic Directors’ “Program of Excellence.” He oversaw a period of unparalleled success at Washington State with historic accomplishments both on and off the field. In his last three years at WSU, 13 Cougar teams competed in NCAA postseason tournaments, including back-to-back trips by the men’s basketball team (2007 and 2008), while women’s rowing earned five NCAA championship bids, including a fourth-place finish in 2006, the highest finish ever by a WSU women’s team in NCAA competition Sterk graduated from Western Washington University in 1980, where he earned four letters in football and one in basketball. He was credited with a school-record 164 tackles during the 1977 season, garnering first-team NAIA District I all-star accolades. He was named team captain and MVP, helping the Vikings to the district championship game. On Feb. 6, 2010, Sterk was inducted into Western Washington’s Athletics Hall of Fame for his success in football. Sterk received his master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University. In addition to SDSU, Washington State and Portland State, his professional career has also included positions at North Carolina, Maine, Seattle Pacific and Tulane. Sterk and his wife Debra have three children: Ashley (24), Amy (21), and Abby (18).

JIM STERK Director of Athletics Fourth Year at SDSU Western Washington `80 Education

1980 - Bachelor of Arts Physical and Business Education Western Washington

1986 - Master of Arts Sports Administration Ohio University

Career Experience

1986 Assistant to the Director of Ticket Operations North Carolina 1987-90 Assistant Business and Ticket Manager (87-88), Director of Athletic Services (88-89), Assistant Athletics Director/Finance (89-90) Maine 1990-91 Associate Athletics Director Seattle Pacific 1991-95 Senior Associate Athletics Director Tulane 1995-2000 Director of Athletics Portland State 2000-10 Director of Athletics Washington State 2010-present Director of Athletics San Diego State

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VIEJAS ARENA

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ne of the premier on-campus basketball arenas in all of America, Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl provides a 12,414-seat, state-of-the-art venue while keeping fans close to the floor and part of the action. Opened in 1997, the facility is the home of San Diego State basketball and provides a venue for university functions, cultural events, concerts and other special-event programming. It features a unique open-air concourse design that allows fans to enjoy the excellent San Diego climate and adds a new experience to attending arena-type events. The arena is built on the site of the old Aztec Bowl stadium which hosted San Diego State football games as well as other athletic, entertainment and cultural events from the time of its construction in 1936 until 1967. Built directly into a canyon hillside, Viejas Arena encloses one end of the old horseshoe-shaped Aztec Bowl. Two sections of the stadium’s original concrete bleachers and cobblestone walls frame each side of the arena’s north entrance. In addition, the university’s 10-ton granite boulder, a California landmark commemorating President John F. Kennedy’s 1963 commencement address at Aztec Bowl, has also been placed in this area. In addition to Aztec basketball contests, Viejas Arena has played host to concerts by such artists as Cher, Eric Clapton, Britney Spears, No Doubt, Barry Manilow and Aerosmith. In spring of 2001, Billy Joel and Elton John opened their world tour with a sold-out show at Viejas Arena.

Viejas Arena seats 12,414 for sporting events. The seating includes the top nine rows consisting of bench seats with the remaining areas as chairbacks. The total seating is approximately 3,935 bench seats and 8,065 chairs. In the special event/concert configuration there are approximately 11,500 seats. All seating configurations are flexible and can be adjusted. The facility features a state-of-the-art videoboard with video-replay capabilities. The board also includes up-to-theminute statistical information on individual players. The facility is equipped with seven locker rooms, two of which are complete with team rooms, equipment rooms, and a shared training room.

that can be divided into two rooms of 800 and 1,400 square feet. The 800-square foot area can also serve as an interview room for sporting events. After serving as host to the first and second rounds of the NCAA men’s basketball championship in 2001, the venue was the home of the 2001 NCAA women’s volleyball national championship. In 2006, it played host to the NCAA men’s basketball first and second rounds, along with the McDonald’s All-American High School basketball games. Then in 2009, Viejas Arena was the site for the first and second rounds of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. This March, the NCAA men’s basketball second and third rounds return to Montezuma Mesa.

The Playing Floor at Viejas Arena The original Viejas Arena court was used at the 1997 NCAA Final Four in Indianapolis. In the semifinals, Kentucky defeated Minnesota, 78-69, and Arizona beat North Carolina, 66-58. In the championship game, Arizona defeated Kentucky, 84-79, on March 31, 1997. A new playing surface was installed prior to the 2010-11 season. The women’s team lounge was recently renovated and now includes three large-screen television sets, individual leather recliners and track lighting. The Mezzanine Level houses a VIP Room for banquets, pre- and post-game functions, and other formal and informal gatherings. The room consists of a 2,200 square-foot space

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VIEJAS ARENA VIEJAS ARENA SERIES RECORDS

Team Air Force American Arizona Arkansas-Pine Bluff Auburn Boise State Boston College Brigham Young Brown California Cal Poly Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Cal State Stanislaus Canisius Centenary Chattanooga Colorado State Connecticut Creighton Detroit Duquesne Eastern Washington Fresno Pacific Fresno State George Washington Hawai’i Idaho State

Record 12-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 4-9 1-0 1-0 3-0 0-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 9-5 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-2 0-1 0-2 1-0

Illinois State Indiana State Kansas State Long Beach State Longwood Loyola (Md.) Loyola Marymount Missouri Missouri-Kansas City Montana Montana State Navy NC Greensboro Nevada New Mexico Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northwestern State Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Oregon State Penn Penn State Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland State Quinnipiac Radford Rice Sacramento State Saint Mary’s San Diego

1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-1 5-9 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 2-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 2-0 1-1 2-3

San Francisco San Jose State Santa Clara Savannah State SMU Southern Utah TCU Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M-CC Texas-El Paso Texas-Pan American Texas-San Antonio Toledo Tulsa UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UCLA UNLV USC Utah Utah Valley Wake Forest Washington Washington State Western Michigan Wichita State Wyoming TOTALS

0-1 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-2 2-0 5-4 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 1-2 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-2 9-5 1-1 3-10 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 6-8 129-86

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FOWLER ATHLETICS CENTER

The Aztec Athletics Center was re-dedicated as the Fowler Athletics Center in May 2011

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reams became reality on the campus of San Diego State University in August of 2001, when all facets of the Department of Athletics relocated to the Aztec Athletics Center. The construction of the new complex came on the heels of the completion of Tony Gwynn Stadium, Viejas Arena and the SDSU Sports Deck. The facility, which was re-christened the Fowler Athletics Center in May 2011, is a four-story, 130,000-square-foot structure located west of Viejas Arena on 55th Street and just south of Peterson Gym. The center truly moves San Diego State athletics into the 21st century. The multi-level structure houses all elements of the Aztec athletic program. Until its completion, the San Diego State athletic department operated out of six buildings on the west side of campus. The Fowler Athletics Center is one of the latest piece of the San Diego State facility upgrade. In August of 2000, the University held its first competitions on the new soccer and track and field facility, located just south of the Fowler Athletics Center site. In the spring of 2005, the San Diego State men’s and women’s tennis squads began play at their new facility, the Aztec Tennis Center, while the softball team opened up its new complex, the SDSU Softball Stadium. A brand new on-campus pool, the Aztec Aquaplex where the swimming and diving and water polo teams compete opened in March 2007. The complex features two pools, one for competition and one for recreation. With the completion of its building plan, the San Diego State athletic complex and facilities rival any university in the western United States.


FOWLER ATHLETICS CENTER

15,000-Square Foot Weight Room

FOWLER ATHLETICS CENTER HIGHLIGHTS • The entrance lobby of the Fowler Athletics Center houses the 5,000-square-foot FowlerHall of Fame, presented by the Wise Foundation. The museum is the first permanent home of the Hall of Fame and features displays, informative kiosks, interactive video trivia games and a plaque commemorating the induction of each Hall of Fame member. Women’s basketball players who are members of the Hall of Fame include Kieishsha Garnes, Chana Perry, Judy Porter, Falisha Wright and Michelle Suman. (See page 106 for more information on the Hall of Fame). • A state-of-the-art weight room, encompassing more than 15,000 square feet, is also located on the first floor of the building. It includes a running track for indoor timing. • Each varsity sport, with the exception of the baseball squad which has a clubhouse at Tony Gwynn Stadium, has a plush locker room on the first floor of the building. The locker rooms include a lounge and television area and oak lockers.

• The sports medicine center and equipment operations are also located on the first floor and help provide incredible convenience to the locker rooms, weight room and other practice facilities. • A first-floor auditorium that seats more than 200 has already been the site of major news conferences, watch parties and public forums.

Computer Lab

• SDSU’s football offices are located on the second floor. • The academic center, complete with two lecture halls, private tutorial rooms, and a new computer lab, is housed on the third floor. The computer lab and study areas are flanked by academic counselors, tutor offices and learning specialists. •The third floor is also home to the athletic administration and the women’s basketball staffs. •The fourth floor includes coaches offices and a plush recruiting lounge.

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AZTEC ATHLETIC FACILITIES BASKETBALL PERFORMANCE CENTER

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an Diego State Director of Athletics Jim Sterk announced this fall that a proposed 23,500-square-foot basketball performance center is under design, with a plan to break ground on the project in late spring 2014. The $14.5 million facility, which will be located just south of the Fowler Athletics Center and east of the football practice fields, will include two full-length courts, eight baskets, locker rooms, film rooms, team lounges, athletic training room and coaches locker rooms to help support the Aztec men’s and women’s championship basketball programs. Although a majority of the funds have been pledged, fundraising continues for the project which is tentatively scheduled to be completed in 2015. “This is an exciting day to be able to announce this project is moving forward,” Sterk said. “It is a project that will greatly benefit our already successful men’s and women’s basketball programs. It is also an important day because we are going public with our drive to raise funds for the project and hope that the community that has enjoyed San Diego State basketball will get behind this project.” The seven-time Mountain West champion men’s basketball program has been to the NCAA tournament a school-record four consecutive seasons. The Aztecs have posted eight straight seasons with 20 or victories, advancing to postseason play in each of those campaigns. SDSU is one of 10 schools in the country that has gone to the last four NCAA tournaments and won at least 23 games in each of those seasons. “We have received tremendous support from President Elliot Hirshman and Jim Sterk on making this dream a reality,” Aztec men’s basketball head coach Steve Fisher said. “This

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has been a priority for the basketball programs for some time and will help both basketball programs immensely. This will be another showcase facility for the athletic department as well as the University as a whole.” The women’s basketball team has won five Mountain West championships and advanced to postseason play in four of the past five seasons. Last year, San Diego State won a program-record 27 games, compiling a 17-game winning streak during the season en route to claiming the league’s regular-season championship for the second straight year “The basketball performance center is more than just a building, it is our classroom,” SDSU women’s basketball head coach Stacie Terry said. “The facility will provide an opportunity for our student-athletes to enhance their individual games, which will in turn benefit our program. It also keeps San Diego State competing at the highest level not only in basketball, but in recruiting as well.” For more information on the Basketball Performance Center or to pledge a gift, contact the Aztec Club at (619) 594-6444.


AZTEC ATHLETIC FACILITIES Aztec Aquaplex

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n addition to everything the Fowler Athletics Center has to offer, San Diego State has some of the finest athletic facilities west of the Mississippi River. On the south, the Fowler Athletics Center is buffered by the SDSU Sports Deck, where San Diego State’s track and field team, along with both soccer squads compete. On the north side, it is connected to Peterson Gym, the home of Aztec volleyball. The west exit of the building opens onto three 120-yard practice fields. One of the fields is natural grass and two utilize field-turf, providing San Diego State daily options for its workouts. All of SDSU’s new facilities, including the athletics center, Cox Arena, Tony Gwynn Stadium and the Sports Deck, have opened since 1997. In the spring of 2005, San Diego State opened its new 12-court tennis complex complete with state-of-the art Plexicushion surfacing and a tennis operations center. Also

Qualcomm Stadium

Championships. Tony Gwynn Stadium was the site of the MWC baseball tournament in 2001 and 2010, while the softball stadium hosted the 2005 conference softball championship. In March 2007, the two-pool Aztec Aquaplex opened with both the SDSU water polo and swimming and diving programs competing at their new on-campus home. In spring 2008, the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation water polo championship came to the Aquaplex, while the NCAA championships came to town in 2010 and 2012. Besides all of the school’s on-campus facilities, the football team plays at Qualcomm Stadium, home of the National Football League’s San Diego Chargers, in Mission Valley. Qualcomm Stadium is the host of the Holiday and Poinsettia Bowls and was the home of Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003. Tony Gwynn Stadium, the Aztec Athletics Center and the Aztec Tennis Center were constructed thanks to donations by John and Becky Moores.

Mission Bay Aquatic Center opening in 2005, was the softball team’s new stadium adjacent to Tony Gwynn Stadium. The buildings are not just sparkling new, but they are already postseason tested. Viejas Arena, the 12,400-seat basketball facility, will serve as a site for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Division I Championship (second and third rounds) in March 2014 after playing host to the first and second rounds in 2001 and 2006. In addition, the venue was the home of the 2001 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball National Championship, the 2006 McDonald’s High School All-American Basketball game, as well as the first and second rounds of the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Division I Championships. The Sports Deck has already played host to the Mountain West Conference Track & Field and Women’s Soccer

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ACADEMIC COMMITMENT

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he dual role of student and athlete can be a daunting challenge for any person at the Division I level. Recognizing that academic challenge, the Student Athlete Academic Support Services program has been developed at San Diego State to assist all student-athletes in achieving academic excellence. It is a source of pride within San Diego State athletics that the department has developed one of the most comprehensive academic support programs in the country.

THE STAFF

The SAASS staff includes a director, a learning specialist, four academic advisors, the department’s director of compliance, an eligibility coordinator, a financial aid coordinator as well as a recruitment coordinator. In addition to the full-time staff, the department employs more than 20 mentors and tutors. Collectively, they operate a program that enhances each student’s satisfactory progress toward graduation.

THE SERVICES

Throughout the academic year, advisors offer a variety of services to aid individuals in the development of their personal goals and the blueprint for pursuing those goals. All new student-athletes are invited to an orientation that helps lay the foundation for future successes. Each advisor teaches a section of the University’s Freshman Success course (General Studies 100), which deals with specific transition issues for student-athletes. Topics include time management, study skills and test taking. The course also introduces new students to services such as the Love Library, University Advising Center, Career Services, Health Services and the counseling center.

2013 SDSU Scholar-Athlete Banquet

THE RESOURCES

In the fall of 2001, the academic unit joined the rest of the athletic department in moving into the $30 million, 130,000-square-foot Aztec Athletics Center. The academic staff is located on the third floor of the complex and includes a new 40-station computer lab, individual study rooms and two lecture rooms. 2013 Aztec Graduate Gabrielle Clark

AZTEC BASKETBALL SCHOLAR-ATHLETES 2012 SDSU Scholar-Athletes (3.0 Cumulative or 3.2 semester GPA) Aleiah Brandon Gabrielle Clark Chelsea Hopkins Danesha Long 2012-13 Academic All-Mountain West Team Aleiah Brandon Chelsea Hopkins

THE COMMITMENT

SDSU’s annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet honors students with at least a 3.0 cumulative or a 3.2 semester GPA during a calendar year. In the spring of 2013, a University record 305 scholar-athletes and athletic training students were honored for their work in the classroom.

LIFE SKILLS

To further increase the opportunities for success, San Diego State is part of the NCAA’s CHAMPS/Life Skills Program. The curriculum of Aztec Pride (Promoting Responsibility, Integrity, Diversity, Education) offers a wide range of programs and activities that enhance the educational experience. Special emphasis is placed on the areas of personal development, community service and career development. In conjunction with SAAC, the Life Skills Program represents SDSU’s total commitment to enhancing the quality of each student’s experience.

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LIFE SKILLS

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art of being an Aztec means giving back to the community as well as developing as an individual. The Life Skills Program at San Diego State University offers student-athletes a wide range of off-the-court experiences in the areas of personal development, community service and career development. To ensure success in all three areas, the NCAA Life Skills program began at San Diego State in the fall of 1999. The program provides leadership and community service opportunities, encourages personal and social responsibility and utilizes athletics as preparation for success in life. The personal development section of Life Skills covers a wide variety of areas, including personal health and drug awareness programs, as well as financial planning, ethics and integrity, and public-speaking opportunities. The Life Skills Program brings in experts in each field to discuss the topics with each team in an open-forum setting that promotes interaction by those in attendance. In the area of community service, the Life Skills program matches students and teams to specific groups in the community, providing athletes with the opportunity to play a meaningful role in community involvement. The San Diego State women’s basketball team has embraced this section of the program since its inception. Already this year, the Aztecs have volunteered their time with San Diego Coastkeeper, Lemon Grove Academy and Rachel’s Night Shelter and Women’s Center. Previous Aztec basketball service projects included building a house with Habitat for Humanity, serving as volunteers at the Special Olympics, building a playground and attending a cooking class at an area school in Encanto. In the past, the team has also promoted literacy by reading to kids at various elementary schools in the region, taken part in the San Diego Breast Cancer Awareness Walk, and made visits to San Diego’s Children’s Hospital. The team has also hosted basketball clinics at the Boys and Girls Club of San Diego, providing young girls with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of basketball and enjoy one-on-one time with the players. Previously, the women’s basketball team has helped celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day by inviting 200 young women from STAR/PAL to Take A Girl to the Game. In addition to receiving free admission to the game, participants were provided with an individual autograph session with the team following the game.

SDSU Residence Hall Move-In Day The Life Skills Program also assists student-athletes with post-graduate career development planning, offering résumé writing workshops and interview workshops while working closely with mentors and career placement services. Though still in its early stages, the Life Skills Program at SDSU continues to evolve, striving to fit the needs of student-athlete, while benefiting the San Diego community at large.

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PROGRAM HISTORY in 2012-13, when SDSU reeled off a 17-game unbeaten streak en route to claiming its second consecutive MW regular-season championship. The Scarlet and Black has logged over 20 victories in in four of the last five seasons, including a 23-11 mark in 200910, when the Aztecs advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA tournament.

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AZTECS AND THE MOUNTAIN WEST

SDSU enters the 15th year of conference play in the Mountain West after spending the previous nine in the WAC. The Aztecs captured two straight regular-season conference titles in 2012 and 2013, while sharing the top spot in 2009. SDSU has advanced to the championship game of the MW tournament in five of the last six years, winning it all in 2010 and 2012. In the final six years of San Diego State’s competition in the Western Athletic Conference, the Aztecs won three regular-season conference championships, including backto-back titles in 1994 and 1995. SDSU also captured conference tournament titles in 1994 and 1997. Wade Trophy Finalist Judy Porter

38 YEARS AND COUNTING

1,000-POINT CLUB

San Diego State’s top 20 scorers have all recorded in exThe 2013-14 season is the 38th in Aztec women’s basketcess of 1,000 points, including the Aztecs’ all-time leader, ball history. Since beginning basketball operations in 1976Judy Porter, who tallied an amazing 2,318 points from 77, San Diego State has posted a 592-499 (.543) record, 1980-83. making the Aztecs one of the top programs in the Mountain Last season, guard West. Courtney Clements joined Falisha Wright this elite club, vaulting all AZTECS IN THE POSTSEASON the way to fifth place on SDThe Aztecs have made 12 postseason appearSU’s career list with 1,495 ances since achieving varsity status, including points scored during her pronine berths in the NCAA tournament. lific three years on Montezuma SDSU last punched its ticket to the big dance Mesa. in 2012, when it lost to LSU in the first round by Recently, SDSU had a 64-56 count. Ironically, Stacie Terry was in three star players finish among her first season as an assistant coach with the the top 10 scorers in school Lady Tiger staff. history, including Paris Johnson In 2010, the Aztecs advanced to the NCAA (3rd - 1,598 points), Jené Morris Sweet Sixteen for the first time in program (4th - 1,499 points) and Quenese history since the tournament was expanded Davis (8th - 1,370 points). to 64 teams. SDSU knocked off a pair of ranked foes in No. 17 Texas on the LongCONFERENCE HONORS horns’ home floor, and then upset No. 10 The Aztecs have garnered first-team all-conferWest Virginia before falling to No. 6 Duke, ence accolades on 26 occasions in program hisdespite trailing by only a point at halftime, in tory, including two apiece by Chelsea Hopkins the regional round. and Courtney Clements. In all, SDSU has The Aztecs also earned an at-large produced three Western Collegiate Athletic berth to the 2009 NCAA tournament, deAssociation honorees, four all-Big West sefeating DePaul, 76-70, in the first round for lections 12 all-Western Athletic Conference what was the program’s first postseason vicchoices and seven all-MW picks. tory in 14 years. Prior to 2009, the Aztecs most recent ALL-AMERICA ACCOLADES trip to the NCAAs occurred in 1997, San Diego State players have garnered nine when San Diego State squared All-America accolades in school history, includoff with Oregon in the ing Courtney Clements, who collected three NCAA Midwest Recertificates during her illustrious career on The gional in Knoxville, Mesa. Clements received honorable mention recTenn. ognition from the Associated Press in 2012 and twice earned the same distinction from the Women’s Basketball TOPPING 20 Coaches Association (WBCA) in back-to-back seasons in The Aztecs have 2012-13. finished 15 seasons with 20 victories or In addition, Chelsea Hopkins was a WBCA honorable more in the 37 years of the program, inmention choice last year, giving the Scarlet and Black two cluding a school-record 27-win campaign All-Americans in the same season for the first time ever.

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Jené Morris became the second Aztec to earn All-America recognition twice in her career after landing on the State Farm/WBCA honorable mention squad in 2009 and 2010. Prior to Morris, another Aztec standout Falisha Wright was a two-time honorable mention choice in both 1993 and 1994. Chana Perry (1989) was the program’s first All-American. She was a two-time first-team Big West selection in 1988 and 1989 and ranks sixth on SDSU’s all-time scoring list with 1,445 career points. Perry was also the Big West’s player of the year in each of her final two seasons.

WADE HONOREE

The Aztecs’ all-time leading scorer Judy Porter was a finalist for the Wade Trophy in 1982. Porter averaged 19.7 points per game as a junior in 1982-83, and 22.6 points per outing as a senior. Last season, Chelsea Hopkins was named to the mid-season watch list for the Wade Trophy en route to receiving honorable mention All-America recognition. Hopkins wound up leading the nation with a whopping four triple-doubles and ranked seventh in assists. Prior to the 2009-10 campaign, Jené Morris was selected to the preseason watch list for the Wade Trophy, as well as the John R. Wooden Award and Naismith Trophy, becoming the first Aztec so honored. The Wade Trophy honors the NCAA Division I player of the year and was first presented in 1978.

FABULOUS FRESHMAN

San Diego State has produced some of the top freshman performances in NCAA history. Tina Hutchinson owns the Division I scoring record for a freshman for both points (899) and points per game (29.9), which she recorded in 1984. In addition, Michelle Suman’s 66.7 field-goal percentage in her first season on The Mesa (1992) still ranks fifth in the record books.


PROGRAM HISTORY Jené Morris

TOUGH ON D

The 1996-97 Aztecs led the nation in scoring defense with a 52.0 points per game average en route to a 23-7 overall record. The mark was third-best all-time and is currently tied for 20th in NCAA Division I history. In addition, San Diego State established a progran record last year by limiting opponents to a .337 field-goal percentage, which ranked seventh in the nation. The Aztecs also finished ninth in the country in 2012-13 with 5.6 blocked shots per game.

WNBA during the 2013 campaign. Clements signed as a free agent rookie with the Atlanta Dream prior to training camp, while Hopkins was a late-season pickup by the San Antonio Silver Stars. Clements played in 30 games for the Dream, becoming the first Aztec to compete for the WNBA title after the Atlanta club advanced to the league finals. Hopkins, meanwhile, saw action in four contests before traveling to play overseas in Israel. Not to be outdone, Jené Morris was the first-ever Aztec selected in the WNBA Draft, going in the first round with the 11th overall pick to the Indiana Fever in 2010. Morris made her professional debut with the Fever on May 15, 2010, vs. the Washington Mystics and went on to play in 25 games overall during her rookie campaign. After the WNBA season, she went to Europe to compete for CCC Polkowice in Poland. Falisha Wright, a member of the Aztec Hall of Fame, also played professionally with both the Portland Power and the Nashville Noise of the American Basketball League (ABL). PLAYERS OF THE YEAR San Diego State boasted the Mountain West Player of the Year for the second year in a row as star point guard Chelsea Hopkins captured the award after guiding the Aztecs to their second consecutive conference regular-season title in 2012-13. Hopkins topped the MW in assists and finished among the top five in scoring, rebounding and steals. Meanwhile, Hopkins’ backcourt mate Courtney Clements was tabbed the MW Player of the Year in 2011-12, after leading the league with 17.4 points per game overall, which included 13 performances of 20 points or higher. SDSU also produced a pair of conference players of the year during its affiliation with the WAC in Christina Murguia (1995) and Kieishsha Garnes (1991). An honorable mention all-WAC selection in 1994, Murguia ranks 14th in points (1,237), eighth in rebounds (692) and 10th in steals (191) on

Michelle Suman

the Aztecs all-time career charts.

ACADEMICS JOB NO. 1

Over the past 13 seasons, SDSU basketball players have earned all-academic honors from the Mountain West Conference 25 times, thus proving that athletic and academic success can go hand-in-hand. The academic accolades also go back to the program’s early years as two-year letterwinner Susan Shue was a first team Academic All-American in 1980.

Christina Murguia

AZTEC IN THE PROS

Courtney Clements and Chelsea Hopkins capped their phenomenal collegiate careers by earning roster spots in the

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CITY OF SAN DIEGO Quite simply, San Diego State University and the City of San Diego, “America’s Finest City,” enjoy several advantages over virtually every other school in America. The climate, diversity, environment and sheer beauty of the city attracts people from all walks of life.

THE CITY Dubbed the “jewel” of the southern California coast, the city of San Diego has grown to surround its natural harbor and is the eighth largest city in the United States and the second largest in California.

DIVERSITY The rich flavors and colors of this diverse population blends all ethnic groups and all walks of life to create an amazing quality of life that makes San Diego all things to all people.

NATURAL BEAUTY As America’s eighth-largest city, San Diego also protects vast areas of open space for riding, hiking, skiing, and camping. The region also boasts more than 70 miles of beaches along its coastline. From Torrey Pines and La Costa to Aviara, Mission Bay or Singing Hills, beautiful settings offer an abundance of golf and tennis options.

THE WEATHER Meteorologists claim San Diego as the country’s only area with a perfect climate. This year-round environment posts an average daytime temperature of 70 degrees, with an annual rainfall average of less than 10 inches.

IDEAL LIVING Whether watching the sun rise over the east county mountains or the sun setting over the Pacific, in San Diego, one is surrounded by natural beauty, pampered by an ideal cli-

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mate, immersed in old-world traditions and able to enjoy a comfortable, friendly lifestyle that no other city offers. What a treat to live, play and study in “America’s Finest City.” PLACES TO GO There’s always something to do in San Diego. SeaWorld, the World-Famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, LEGOLAND California, Balboa Park and historic Old Town are just some of the attractions San Diego has to offer. If it’s art and history you seek, you’ll find it here. Did you know San Diego is the birthplace of California or that San Diego boasts the largest concentration of museums west of the Mississippi?

San Diego also offers Tony Award-winning theatre, opera, symphony, art galleries and performance art for the culturally curious. For that “night on the town” San Diego’s night life beckons with over 200 nightclubs that offer toe-tapping beats of everything from country western to R&B. SAN DIEGO QUICK FACTS Population (County) ............................................. 3,143,429 Population (City) .................................................. 1,316,837 U.S. Population Rank (City).......................................Eighth Avg. Daytime Temperature........................................... 70.5 Avg. Annual Rain Fall ..........................................9.4 inches Airport ...............................................Lindbergh Field (SAN) Medium Age of Residents ............................................... 32


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MOUNTAIN WEST program extends the Mountain West footprint to the beautiful islands in the Pacific Ocean.

Mountain West 10807 New Allegiance Drive Suite 250 Colorado Springs, CO 80921 Phone: (719) 488-4040 Fax: (719) 487-7240 THIS IS THE MOUNTAIN WEST

From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics, while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. Progressive in its approach, the MW continues to cultivate opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. Now in its 15th year, the MW has been assertive in its involvement with the NCAA governance structure and has taken a leadership role in the overall administration of intercollegiate athletics. The Mountain West has marked several achievements over its first 14 years of existence, most notably becoming the first to establish a sports television network dedicated solely to an intercollegiate athletic conference (The Mtn.). The Mountain West also was the first to experiment with the coaches’ challenge in the college football instant replay system, and was the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS conference to participate in four BCS bowl games, winning three. In 2011-12, the Mountain West was among the first conferences to implement a league-wide state-of-the-art basketball instant replay system. Additionally, the Mountain West was the first conference to have a member institution with No. 1 overall picks in both the NFL and NBA drafts in the same year (Utah’s Alex Smith and Andrew Bogut, respectively in 2005). With UNLV’s Anthony Bennett claiming the No. 1 pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Mountain West is one of three conferences to have multiple No. 1 NBA draft selections since 2000. Also, with San Diego State’s Stephen Strasburg earning the No. 1 pick in the 2009 MLB Draft, the Mountain West is one of two conferences to have the No. 1 selection in each of the NFL, NBA and MLB drafts since the MW was founded in 1999. The Mountain West is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within Mountain West boundaries, including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders five MW institutions (Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico and Utah State). The high plains of Wyoming (elevation 7,220 feet – the highest Division I campus in the nation) contrast with the desert cities of Las Vegas and Reno, home to UNLV and Nevada, respectively, while Fresno State, San Diego State and San José State add a West Coast influence with their locations in Central, Southern and Northern California. The inclusion of the Hawai‘i football

HISTORY The Mountain West was conceived on May 26, 1998, when the presidents of eight institutions — Air Force, BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah and Wyoming — decided to form a new NCAA Division I-A intercollegiate athletic conference. The split from a former 16-team conference re-established continuity and stability among the membership within the new league and signaled the continuation of its tradition-rich, long-standing athletic rivalries. Three of the MW’s eight original members have been conference rivals since the 1960s (New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado State), while San Diego State (1978) and Air Force (1980) were longtime members as well. UNLV and TCU entered the fold in 1996 and the Rebels continued as one of the original eight institutions that formed the MW in 1999. TCU re-joined the group with its first year of competition in the Mountain West in 2005-06. With conference realignment sweeping the nation in recent years, the MW has been proactive in addressing membership changes. Boise State University joined the Mountain West in 2011-12, followed by Fresno State and the University of Nevada on July 1, 2012. Also on July 1, 2012, the University of Hawai‘i became a football-only member of the Conference. On July 1, 2013, the Mountain West further expanded when San José State University and Utah State University joined the Conference, bringing to 11 the number of full-time member institutions and 12 football-playing members.

2012-13 IN REVIEW

From the gridiron to the diamond, Mountain West teams enjoyed an outstanding year in 2012-13. In women’s basketball, league newcomer Fresno State made its sixth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance after capturing the MW tournament crown to earn the Conference’s automatic bid. Mountain West regular-season champion San Diego State and Wyoming advanced to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.

ACADEMIC CONSORTIUM

From the outset, Mountain West member institutions have been committed to creating strong academic relationships, as well as athletic competition. To that end, the chief academic officers of each institution have explored academic exchange programs, library crossovers and shared research. In addition, the faculty athletics representatives routinely provide academic assistance and test-taking services for student-athletes visiting from fellow member institutions for competition.

OPPORTUNITY

The Mountain West provides a first-class athletic and academic experience for more than 5,100 student-athletes each year. Over the past 14 years, 41 Mountain West student-athletes have earned NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, and since the league’s inception in 1999, an additional 28 student-athletes have been named MW Scholar-Athlete of the Year and awarded league-sponsored postgraduate scholarships. Three Mountain West student-athletes have earned distinction as Rhodes Scholars (Jessica Mellinger, Wyoming and Delavane Diaz and Brittany Morreale, Air Force). Conference student-athletes are also given a voice regarding pertinent issues within the MW and NCAA governance structure through representation on the

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Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). The Mountain West SAAC consists of 23 representatives; two student-athletes from each full member institution and one faculty athletics representative. The committee reviews and reacts to legislation and to other topics referred by the Conference constituent groups or committees related to the student-athlete experience.

ACHIEVEMENT

The MW has produced 793 All-America selections among its 18 sponsored sports (men’s swimming was discontinued as a Conference sport following the 2010-11 season) in the last 14 years, including a league-record 83 All-America honorees in 2010-11. A total of 138 MW student-athletes have also earned Academic All-America accolades in that span. The Mountain West has sent at least 25 teams to NCAA postseason events in each of the past 14 years, capturing three team national championships in women’s cross country and producing 33 individual national champions in the sports of men’s golf, men’s cross country, and men’s and women’s indoor track & field and outdoor track & field. Mountain West members have participated in 56 bowl games under the league umbrella, including four appearances in BCS games. The MW has earned 68 postseason bids in men’s basketball, including 38 NCAA Tournament appearances and two NIT Final Four berths. MW women’s basketball has tallied 60 postseason slots, including 32 NCAA bids, five Sweet 16 appearances and one Elite Eight berth since 2000. Wyoming won the MW’s first WNIT championship in 2007 with a win over Wisconsin. In women’s volleyball, the MW has had 36 NCAA bids with eight Sweet 16 berths and one Elite Eight appearance. Women’s soccer has earned 27 NCAA bids since 1999, with two Sweet 16 berths and one Elite Eight appearance. MW men’s golf has had at least four representatives in 13 of the last 14 NCAA Golf Regionals, while women’s golf has had at least three teams participate in NCAA Regionals 11 of the last 14 years.

SPORTSMANSHIP

Named a Sports Ethics Fellow by the Institute for International Sport in 1998, Commissioner Thompson has been a driving force for sportsmanship within intercollegiate athletics. As part of its continuing growth and development, the Mountain West implemented an extensive Sportsmanship Initiative, endorsed by both the MW Joint Council and MW Board of Directors. The program is made up of several elements, which are both practical and philosophical in nature. While the MW has significant penalties in place to deal with violations, the Sportsmanship Initiative is primarily promotional and educational in nature. The goal is to develop an environment that fosters appropriate behavior from all Conference constituencies.

Craig Thompson Commissioner

Judy Willson Associate Director of Communications


ATHLETICS DIRECTORY GENERAL INFORMATION General Phone Number - (619) 594-3019 Mailing Address SDSU Department of Athletics 5500 Campanile Drive San Diego, CA 92182-4313 Media Relations Overnight Address Fowler Athletics Center, Suite 3014 5302 55th Street San Diego, CA 92182-4313 STAFF Administration - (619) 594-3019 Jim Sterk, Athletic Director John David Wicker, Senior Associate Athletic Director Jenny Bramer, Associate Athletic Director/SWA Lesley Fong, Dir. of Special Projects/Campus Liaison Jenn Brewton, Senior Athletics Coordinator Linda Kimzey, Administrative Services Coordinator Academic Services - (619) 594-3395 Lucas Moosman, Associate Athletic Director - SAASS Dr. Bre White, Assistant Director of Academic Services/Academic Advisor Kristie Dock, Academic Advisor Willie Judd, Academic Advisor Jessica Amerosa, Academic Advisor Cheng Ko, Learning Specialist Lindsey Mahan, Student-Athlete Services Coordinator Business Office - (619) 594-4996 Chuck Lang, Associate Athletic Director Business Administration Donna Bell, Business Office Manager Jesse Stephens, Assistant Business Office Manager Ben Maggio, Accounting Technician Compliance - (619) 594-3395 Jay Larson, Assistant Athletic Director Kelsey Manasco, Compliance Assistant Jessica Hasson, Financial Aid Coordinator Lori Mitchell, Administrative Assistant Development - (619) 594-5162 Bob Moosbrugger, Associate Athletic Director Development/Major Gifts Mandy McKinley, Assistant Athletic Director Aztec Club/Annual Giving Sherry Bertram, Assistant Director - Aztec Club Morgan McSweeney, Assistant Director - Aztec Club Sydney Bates, Special Events Coordinator Equipment Services - (619) 594-4951 Angie Garza, Director Ben Herman, Assistant Director Dennis Brown, Equipment Attendant Sonny Sanfilippo, Equipment Attendant Facilities & Operations - (619) 594-4191 Nick Pettit, Associate Athletic Director Dave Noll, Associate Director of Facilities & Operations Tim Baron, Assistant Director of Facilities & Operations Steve Bartel, Event Management Assistant Scott Horvath, Information Technology Coordinator Marketing & Corporate Sales - (619) 594-4549 Steve Schnall, Associate Athletic Director Chris Carlson, Director of Marketing and Ticket Sales Christian Deleon, Director of Corporate and Community Relations

Media Relations - (619) 594-5547 Mike May, Associate Athletic Director - Media Relations Darin Wong, Assistant Director Dave Kuhn, Assistant Director Jamie McConeghy, Assistant Director Jim Solien, Assistant Director Victoria Valencia, Administrative Assistant Eric Harding, Media Relations Assistant Jason Bott, Coordinator of Multimedia Productions Sports Medicine - (619) 594-5551 Tom Abdenour, Head Athletic Trainer Ian Elwood, Assistant Athletic Trainer Mark Haines, Assistant Athletic Trainer Allison Miner, Physical Therapist/Asst. Athletic Trainer Deborah Perez, Assistant Athletic Trainer Queenie Soriano, Assistant Athletic Trainer Pat Dulin, S.A. Insurance Coordinator

Football - (619) 594-6769 Rocky Long, Head Coach Bob Toledo, Offensive Coordinator Jeff Horton, Assistant Head Coach Danny Gonzales, Assistant Coach Osia Lewis, Assistant Coach LeCharls McDaniel, Assistant Coach Kevin McGarry, Assistant Coach Mike Schmidt, Assistant Coach Brian Sipe, Assistant Coach Tony White, Assistant Coach Jashon Sykes, Director of Operations Men’s Golf - (619) 594-4334 Ryan Donovan, Head Coach Women’s Golf - (619) 594-7665 Leslie Spalding, Head Coach

Strength & Conditioning - (619) 594-4273 Jon Francis, Director Chris Jurek, Assistant Ed Padilla, Assistant Brooke Vessey, Assistant Adam Hall, Football Strength & Conditioning Coach Randy Shelton, Basketball Strength & Conditioning Coach

Women’s Lacrosse - (619) 594-6548 Kylee White, Head Coach Brandi Jones, Assistant Coach

Ticket Office - (619) 594-7892 Gina Balistrieri, Assistant A.D. - Ticket Operations Jennifer Padilla, Ticket Office Coordinator Ashley Salinas, Ticket Office Assistant

Women’s Soccer - (619) 594-3749 Mike Friesen, Head Coach Juan Pablo Favero, Associate Head Coach

Video Staff - (619) 594-7617 Brian Murphy, Video Coordinator Gregg Nassen, Video Assistant for Football COACHING STAFFS Baseball - (619) 594-6889 Tony Gwynn, Head Coach Mark Martinez, Associate Head Coach John Pawlowski, Assistant Coach Joe Oliveira, Assistant Coach/Camp Director Landon Burt, Director of Operations Men’s Basketball - (619) 594-6249 Steve Fisher, Head Coach Brian Dutcher, Associate Head Coach/ Head Coach in Waiting Justin Hutson, Assistant Coach David Velasquez, Assistant Coach Mark Fisher, Assistant to the Head Coach Matt Soria, Director of Basketball Operations Tim Shelton, Director of Player Development Leana DeKock, Administrative Assistant Women’s Basketball - (619) 594-4095 Stacie Terry, Head Coach Jesse Clark, Assistant Coach Aisha Veasley, Assistant Coach Ciara Carl, Assistant Coach Fatema Arefi, Director of Basketball Operations Mike Bynum, Director of Player Development Gladie Jaffe, Administrative Assistant Women’s Crew - (619) 594-0650 Bill Zack, Head Coach Daniel Duxbury, Assistant Coach

Men’s Soccer - (619) 594-0136 Lev Kirshner, Head Coach Matt Hall, Assistant Coach

Softball - (619) 594-1952 Kathy Van Wyk, Head Coach Stacey Nuveman Deniz, Assistant Head Coach Mia Longfellow, Assistant Coach Women’s Swimming & Diving - (619) 594-5883 Mike Shrader, Head Coach Ben Biefnes, Assistant Coach Roland McDonald, Diving Coach Men’s Tennis - (619) 594-5084 Gene Carswell, Head Coach Jeff Thomsen, Assistant Coach Women’s Tennis - (619) 594-6505 Peter Mattera, Head Coach Lindsey Gamp, Assistant Coach Women’s Volleyball - (619) 594-5064 Deitre Collins-Parker, Head Coach Kele Eveland, Assistant Coach Melanie Greene, Assistant Coach Julie Parker, Operations Assistant Women’s Water Polo - (619) 594-0649 Carin Crawford, Head Coach Allison Gregory, Assistant Coach Band - (619) 594-1600 Bryan Ransom, Band Director Cheerleading - (619) 594-4549 Jennifer Long, Head Coach

Women’s Track & Cross Country - (619) 594-5514 Shelia Burrell, Head Coach Greg Garza, Assistant Coach

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So. | 6-2 | F Aurora, Colo. Denver East HS/Boston College

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AHJALEE HARVEY Jr. | 5-6 | G Mountain View, Calif. Eastside College Prep

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KHRISTINA HUNTER Jr. | 6-1 | F Fairfield, Calif. Berkeley HS

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DEAJANAE SCURRY So. | 6-1 | F Los Angeles, Calif. Inglewood HS

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ARIELL BOSTICK Fr. | 5-4 | G Oakland, Calif. Bishop O’Dowd HS

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CIERRA WARREN

Sr. | 6-4 | C Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Los Osos HS/Louisville

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DESI CULBERSON Jr. | 6-0 | F Oakland, Calif. Berkeley HS

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CHLOE JOHNSON Fr. | 5-7 | G Phoenix Ariz. St. Mary’s HS

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ALYSSA LAWRENCE

DANESHA LONG

ERIMMA AMARIKWA

ALEIAH BRANDON

STACIE TERRY

JESSE CLARK

AISHA VEASLEY

CIARA CARL

Fr. | 6-1 | F New Rochelle, N.Y. The Ursuline School

Head Coach | First Season Texas-Arlington (1999)

Sr. | 5-9 | G Long Beach, Calif. The Ursuline School

Assistant Coach | First Season Pacific Union (2003)

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Jr. | 6-1 | F Vacaville, Calif. Vanden HS

Assistant Coach | First Season UCLA (1999)

So. | 6-1 | F Corona, Calif. Centennial HS

Assistant Coach | First Season Point Loma Nazarene (2005)



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