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2010-11 Seawolves Schedule Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Dec. 4 Dec. 10 Dec. 11 Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Jan. 1 Jan. 3 Jan. 6 Jan. 8 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 20

at Indiana (exhibition) at Toledo (exhibition) vs UC San Diego % vs Grand Canyon % vs Texas Woman’s % NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS SAN JOSE STATE # KENT ST. or WASHINGTON # at Alaska Fairbanks* MINOT STATE ^ DIXIE STATE ^ CHAMINADE CHAMINADE at Montana State Billings* at Seattle Pacific* NORTHWEST NAZARENE* CENTRAL WASHINGTON* at Western Oregon* at Saint Martin’s* SIMON FRASER*

3 pm 3 pm 6:30 pm 11 am 3 pm 7 pm 7 pm 6 pm 2:30/5 pm 1 pm 7 pm 7 pm 7 pm 3 pm 3:15 pm 6 pm 7 pm 5:15 pm 6 pm 6 pm 5:15 pm

Jan. 22 WESTERN WASHINGTON* 5:15 pm Jan. 27 SEATTLE PACIFIC* 5:15 pm Jan. 29 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS* 5:15 pm Feb. 3 at Central Washington* 6 pm Feb. 5 at Northwest Nazarene* 5 pm Feb. 10 SAINT MARTIN’S* 5:15 pm Feb. 12 WESTERN OREGON* 5:15 pm Feb. 17 at Western Washington* 6 pm Feb. 19 at Simon Fraser* 4:15 pm Feb. 24 ALASKA FAIRBANKS* 7 pm Feb. 28 GNAC Tournament (First Round) TBD Mar. 2 GNAC Tournament (Semifinals) TBD Mar. 5 GNAC Tournament (Finals) TBD M 11-14 NCAA Div. II West Regionals TBD %Disney’s Tip-Off Classic – Anaheim, CA #Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout – Sullivan Arena

^AT&T Hoops Classic *Great Northwest Athletic Conference game All times Alaska Home games in BOLD at Wells Fargo Sports Complex (except Shootout)


QUICK FACTS · TABLE OF CONTENTS · MEDIA INFO

SEAWOLF

QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Name: University of Alaska Anchorage Location: 3211 Providence Dr. Anchorage, AK 99508 Founded: 1977 Enrollment: 20,242 Nickname: Seawolves Colors: Green & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Great Northwest Athletic Conf. Chancellor: Fran Ulmer Athletics Director: Dr. Steve Cobb Athletic Dept. Phone: 907-786-1250 Ticket Office Phone: 907-786-1293

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Tim Moser, 5th year Alma Mater: Colorado State-Pueblo, 1998 Record at UAA/Career: 108-20 Office Phone: 907-786-1040 Email: coachmoser@uaa.alaska.edu Assistant Coach: Rebecca Alvidrez, 5th year Alma Mater: Adams State, ’06 Office Phone: 907-786-4839 Email: alvidrez@uaa.alaska.edu Grad. Assistant Coach: Tamar Gruwell, 1st year Alma Mater: UAA, ’10 Office Phone: 907-786-1228 Email: trgruwell@uaa.alaska.edu

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Record: 24-5 2009-10 GNAC Record/Finish: 13-3 (3rd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Redshirts Returning: 0 Newcomers: 12 Home Arenas (capacity): Sullivan Arena (8,700) & Wells Fargo Sports Complex (1,000)

PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Women’s Basketball: 1977-78 All-Time Record: 514-410 (.556) NCAA Appearances: 10 (Last–2010 2nd Rd.)

2010-11 Team Photo & Schedule............................................................. Inside Front Cover Quick Facts/Table of Contents/Media Information ...............................................................1 2010-11 Season Preview.................................................................................................... 2-3 2010-11 Seawolf Roster ........................................................................................................3 Head Coach Tim Moser .........................................................................................................4 Assistant Coaches & Support Staff .......................................................................................5

SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES Returning Players – Seniors Nikki Aden .................................................................................................................... 6-7 Sarah Herrin ......................................................................................................................8 Kaitlin McBride .................................................................................................................9 Torle Nenbee ...................................................................................................................10 Returning Players – Sophomore & Juniors Alysa Horn ......................................................................................................................11 Hanna Johansson ....................................................................................................... 12-13 Jordan Martin ..................................................................................................................14 Newcomers Kylie Burns / Francesca De Angelis / Taneé Denson-Griffin ........................................15 Elizabeth Downs / Sasha King / Morgan Lee / Kajsa Lundahl ......................................16 Tijera Mathews / Brittany Neeley / Caitlin Nelson ........................................................17 Kaylie Robison / Siedah Wilson .....................................................................................18

UAA STATISTICS/RECORDS/HISTORY Great Northwest Athletic Conference/Seawolf Facilities ...................................................19 2009-10 Seawolf Year in Review........................................................................................20 Seawolf Record Book All-Time Individual Records...........................................................................................21 All-Time Team Records ..................................................................................................22 Single-Season & Career Leaders............................................................................... 23-25 Year-by-Year Team and Coaching Records ...................................................................26 NCAA Tournament History ............................................................................................27 All-Time Series vs. Opponents ................................................................................. 28-29 Year-by-Year Team Statistics .........................................................................................29 All-Time Results ....................................................................................................... 30-34 All-Time Letterwinners ...................................................................................................35 Honor Roll ................................................................................................................. 36-37 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout ................................................................................38

UAA & ALASKA UAA Administration............................................................................................................39 This is UAA!........................................................................................................................40 Anchorage & Alaska..................................................................................Inside Back Cover

SPORTS INFORMATION SID/M.Basketball Contact: Nate Sagan Office Phone: 907-786-1295 E-Mail: nate@uaa.alaska.edu SID Fax: 907-563-4565 WFSC Courtside Phone: 907-786-4877 Assistant SID: Dallas Baldwin Office: 907-786-4625 E-Mail: dallas@uaa.alaska.edu Website: GoSeawolves.com

SUPPORT STAFF

SEAWOLF MEDIA Please address all media inquiries to Sports Information Director and MBB contact Nate Sagan: UAA Athletics 3211 Providence Dr. Anchorage, AK 99508 (907) 786-1295 nate@uaa.alaska.edu

Athletic Trainer: Chris Volk Office Phone: 907-786-1326 Ticket Manager: Mary Beth Wooden Office Phone: 907-786-1293 The 2010-11 UAA Women’s Basketball media guide was written, edited, designed and compiled by sports information director Nate Sagan. Editorial assistance and cover design by Dallas Baldwin. Primary photography by Michael Dinneen. It is the policy of UAA to provide services and benefits to all students and employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or status as a Vietnam-era veteran. This official publication was released by the University of Alaska Anchorage to promote Seawolf Women’s Basketball. ON THE COVER: Seniors Nikki Aden (left) and Sarah Herrin.

Anchorage Daily News Beth Bragg — Sports Editor 1001 Northway Drive, Anchorage, AK 99504 Phone: (907) 257-4335 / Fax: (907) 257-4342

KTUU-TV (NBC – Channel 2) John Carpenter — Sports Director 701 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK 99503 Phone: (907) 762-9229 / Fax: (907) 563-3318

The Northern Light University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-1567 / Fax: (907) 786-1331

KRUA Radio (88.1 FM) University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-6803 / Fax: (907) 786-6809

KCFT-TV (GCI Cable Channel 19) Tom Steigleman – General Manager 6401 E. Northern Lights Blvd. Anchorage, AK 99504 Phone: (907) 377-2020/ Fax: (907) 333-9851

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2010-11 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEASON PREVIEW

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fter four memorable seasons under head coach Tim Moser, the Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball program has firmly established itself as one of the best in NCAA Div. II. Although the Seawolves saw their twoyear reign as West Region champions come to an end last year, UAA still returned to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the fourth straight time, won its fourth straight Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout, and posted an overall record of 24-5. Now it will be up to a handful of returnees and a dozen talented newcomers to continue the tradition of success in 2010-11. “A few of our upperclassmen have big-game experience, having played in the Shootout and deep into the NCAA Tournament, but it will take some time for the majority of our newcomers to become accustomed to that level of intensity,” said Moser, who is 108-20 at the Seawolf helm. “Still, with our nucleus and good leadership from our veterans, I’m confident this group can put forth the effort to be playoff contenders again.” Although the Seawolves do not return a first- or second-team All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference performer from last season, that doesn’t mean they are devoid of talent. Junior post Hanna Johansson was an honorable mention All-GNAC selection in 2009-10, and Moser expects her to be one of the best players in the league this time around. As a sophomore, the 6-2 Swede averaged 9.7 points and 5.5 rebounds per game, improving to 12.4 ppg and 6.0 rpg after the calendar changed to January. UAA’s career field-goal percentage leader (.549) paced the GNAC last year at 54.7 percent and also ranked fourth in steals (2.0 spg). Along with Johansson, UAA’s trio of seniors – Nikki Aden, Sarah Herrin and Kaitlin McBride – will provide a solid foundation. Aden, a 5-9 wing, is the team’s lone four-year senior and enters the season with the second-most career victories (83) in a Seawolf uniform. The Portland, Ore., native played a key reserve role on both of UAA’s Final 4 teams in 2007-08 and 2008-09, and last year she started all 29 games, averaging 9.0 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.9 assists and shooting a school-record 86.2 percent from the free-throw line. Herrin, a 5-8 guard from Nikiski, may be pound-for-pound one of the toughest players ever to don the Green & Gold. The former transfer from Alaska Fairbanks made her Seawolf debut last season, putting up

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RIGHT: Nikki Aden is UAA’s lone 4-year senior, with two Final Fours and three Shootout titles to her credit. BELOW LEFT: Junior Hanna Johansson was an honorable mention All-GNAC selection in 2009-10. BELOW RIGHT: Senior point guard Kaitlin McBride logged 11 starting assignments last season.

4.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and shooting 34.6 percent from long range while playing 14.0 minutes per contest. At point guard, McBride returns with valuable experience after starting the final 11 games last winter in place of the injured Kiki Taylor. In addition to her averages of 3.3 ppg and 2.1 rpg, the Bothell, Wash., native delivered a 1.64-to-1 assist-turnover ratio and showed off a smooth midrange jumper. Moser would have a fourth senior in Torle Nenbee, but the 5-9 wing suffered a knee injury in August and will take an injury redshirt season. A pair of Alaskans rounds out the returnees as redshirt sophomores Alysa Horn and Jordan Martin will look to increase their playing time. Horn, a 6-0 forward from Kodiak, has been impressive in preseason

drills, while Martin, from East Anchorage High School, brings 12 games of experience from last season. Six JC transfers and six freshmen make up the newcomers. A 6-footer, Kaylie Robison is a true presence in the middle who earned AllScenic West Athletic Conference honors at College of Eastern Utah with 16.9 points, 9.3 rebounds and a league-best 1.2 blocks per game. Tijera Mathews, who at 5-10 can play shooting guard or either forward position, was also a first-team all-league pick, averaging 11.8 ppg, 6.4 rpg and 2.1 assists per game at Antelope Valley College. At the wing position, Francesca De Angelis was the leading scorer in the Western

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2010-11 SEAWOLF ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 3 5 10 11 13 15 20 21 23 24 25 30 33 35 41 42 43 50 RS

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HOMETOWN (High School/Previous Team)

Tijera Mathews G/F Jordan Martin G Siedah Wilson G Kajsa Lundahl G Sasha King G Elizabeth Downs G Tanee’ Denson-Griffin G Kaitlin McBride G Alysa Horn F Kaylie Robison F Nikki Aden G/F Sarah Herrin G Francesca De Angelis G Caitlin Nelson F Morgan Lee C Brittany Neeley F Kylie Burns G Hanna Johansson F Torle Nenbee G

5-10 5-6 5-6 6-0 5-6 6-0 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-8 5-9 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-8 6-2 5-9

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

Palmdale, Calif. (Palmdale HS/Antelope Valley College) Anchorage (East HS) Lancaster, Calif. (Palmdale HS/Antelope Valley College) Lund, Sweden (Celsiusskolan HS) Norman, Okla. (Norman HS/Hutchinson [Kan.] CC) Auburn, Wash. (Auburn Adventist Academy) San Bernardino, Calif. (Pacific HS/San Bernardino Valley Coll.) Bothell, Wash. (Bothell HS/Yakima Valley CC) Kodiak (Kodiak HS) Sandy, Utah (Jordan HS/College of Eastern Utah) Portland, Ore. (West Linn HS) Nikiski (NHS/Alaska Fairbanks) Laguna Niguel, Calif. (Aliso Niguel HS/Santa Barbara CC) Riverton, Utah (Riverton HS) Fontana, Calif. (Etiwanda HS) Colton, Calif. (Redlands HS) Kansas City, Kan. (Bishop Ward HS) Gothenburg, Sweden (Sanda HS) Salt Lake City, Utah (Cypress HS/Snow College)

TR 1V TR HS TR HS TR 1V 1V TR 3V 1V TR HS HS HS HS 2V 1V

HEAD COACH: Tim Moser (Colorado State-Pueblo, 1998), 5th season, 108-20 ASSISTANT COACH: Rebecca Alvidrez (Adams State, ’06), 5th season GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH: Tamar Gruwell (UAA, ’10), 1st season STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH: Elisha Harris, 1st season PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Aden — AY-den Alvidrez — al-VEE-drez Francesca — fran-SESS-kah Gruwell — GROO-ell Hanna — HAH-nah Kajsa — KI-zah Moser — MOE-zer Siedah — SI-ee-dah Tijera — tee-AIR-ah

State Conference with 20.2 ppg for Santa Barbara CC in 2009-10, earning second-team all-state honors. Along with Matthews and De Angelis, Tanee’ Denson-Griffin is one of five newcomers from Southern California, where she put up balanced numbers in helping San Bernardino Valley to consecutive Foothill Conference titles. Sasha King and Siedah Wilson, meanwhile, will battle for playing time at point guard. An Oklahoma native, King comes to UAA after helping Hutchinson (Kan.) CC to 60 victories over the past two seasons, dishing 4.2 assists and making 1.7 steals per game last year. Wilson was a two-time AllFoothill League pick, teaming with Mathews to help Antelope Valley to a 25-6 record in 2009-10.

SEAWOLVES BY STATE/COUNTRY

SEAWOLVES BY CLASS

(all players)

(redshirts not included)

Seniors (3): Aden, Herrin, McBride Juniors (7): De Angelis, DensonGriffin, Johansson, King, Mathews, Robison, Wilson Sophomores (2): Horn, Martin Freshmen (6): Burns, Downs, Lundahl, Lee, Neeley, Nelson

California (6): De Angelis, Denson-Griffin, Mathews, Lee, Neeley, Wilson Alaska (3): Herrin, Horn, Martin Utah (3): Nelson, Nenbee, Robison Washington (2): Downs, McBride Kansas (1): Burns Oklahoma (1): King Oregon (1): Aden Sweden (2): Johansson, Lundahl

Three rookies from diverse geographic locations will try to crack the lineup in the backcourt. Kylie Burns makes the trip northwest after earning multiple all-state and Kansas City all-Metro honors as a senior, while 6-footer Kajsa Lundahl brings international experience and ball-handling skills from Sweden, where she played on national age-group squads for the past two summers. Washington native Elizabeth Downs brings length with a 6-foot frame and a sweet shooting touch from outside. On the interior, 6-3 Caitlin Nelson was a second-team all-Utah selection by the Salt Lake Tribune, playing for Riverton High’s powerhouse program. California prep standouts Brittany Neeley, a 6-foot forward from Colton, and Morgan Lee, a 6-2 true post from Fontana, will help to solidify the frontcourt.

Senior Sarah Herrin brings toughness and consistency to the Seawolf lineup.

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SEAWOLF COACHING STAFF

Head Coach TIM MOSER

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n just four seasons as head coach at Alaska Anchorage, Tim Moser has left a lasting impression on the UAA faithful and elevated the Seawolf program among the elite in NCAA Division II women’s basketball. After guiding UAA to consecutive Final Four appearances in 2008 and 2009, Moser took his team back to the second round of the NCAA Tournament last season. The 200910 Seawolves went 24-5 overall, including a win over Big East member Cincinnati, and captured the program’s fourth straight Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout title. In Moser’s tenure, only three other D-II women’s programs have posted as many victories as the Seawolves and only three have been ranked in the WBCA/ESPN Top 25 Coaches’ Poll for as many consecutive weeks (48). In fact, the Seawolves have dropped no lower than No. 18 in the last three years — the only club in D-II to make that claim. Two years ago, Moser’s squad won 31 games — a record for all UAA sports for the second straight year — and made it a ‘three-peat’ for the Great Northwest Athletic Conference’s Player-of-the-Year and Newcomer-of-the-Year awards, while Moser was voted the league’s Coach of the Year for the second time in three years. Moser also received the 2009 WBCA Div. II West Region Coach-of-the-Year honor as UAA captured a share of its first conference title in 20 years. During Moser’s tenure, the Seawolves are 65-3 at home, 10-4 in the NCAA Tournament and 8-0 against D-I opponents. As a D-II rookie coach in 2006-07, Moser was voted GNAC Coach of the Year after leading the Seawolves to the then-second-best record in program history (23-6), including the team’s first NCAA Tournament victory in seven seasons. UAA recorded the 8th-biggest turnaround in D-II from 2005-06 to ’06-07 as he took over a program that had averaged just 10.7 wins the previous six years. A former Seawolf player, Moser returned

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THE MOSER FILE Education: B.A., Social Sciences, Colorado State-Pueblo, 1998 Record at UAA: 108-20, 4 years NCAA Tournaments: 4 NCAA Div. II Final Four: 2008, 2009 GNAC Coach of the Year: 2007, 2009 to UAA in April 2006 from Otero (Colo.) Junior College, where he won 74 percent of his games and captured nine conference coach-of-the-year awards, coaching both the women’s and men’s teams. He coached the OJC men exclusively the final two seasons, after leading the men and women simultaneously the previous six years. In six seasons with the Lady Rattlers, Moser compiled a 137-41 record and won five straight conference championships from 1998-02. With the men, he registered a 172-68 mark, winning four league titles. Moser’s student-athletes at OJC compiled an even more incredible record of success in the classroom, with the men ranking among the nation’s top five teams in terms of gradepoint average for five straight years, and the women holding a top-10 academic rank for six years in a row. During Moser’s 14 combined seasons as head coach, the Rattlers produced 15 Academic All-Americans, 52 Academic All-Region performers, and all but one player graduated.

Under Moser’s leadership, the Seawolves have won four straight Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootouts and posted a 10-4 record in NCAA Tournament play.

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SEAWOLF COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF

REBECCA ALVIDREZ Assistant Coach • 5th Season

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n invaluable contributor to the Seawolves’ success the past four seasons, Rebecca Alvidrez returns for her fifth year at Alaska Anchorage in 2010-11 as Tim Moser’s top assistant coach. Alvidrez came to UAA from Otero (Colo.) Junior College, where she was an assistant coach for both the Rattlers’ highly successful men’s and women’s teams from 2002-06. Following a standout playing career at OJC that included a pair of conference titles, two JC All-America awards, and several school records, Alvidrez went on to star at Division I Montana State. At MSU, she was a two-time All-Big Sky Conference selection and the 2001 Big Sky Newcomer of the Year as the Bobcats’ point guard. In 2003-04, Alvidrez took a one-year sabbatical from OJC to play professional basketball in Sweden. The native of Albuquerque, N.M., earned her bachelor’s degree from Adams State (Colo.) College in 2006 and her associate’s degree from OJC.

TAMAR GRUWELL

CHRIS VOLK

Grad. Asst. Coach • 1st Season

Head Athletic Trainer 17th Season

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ormer Seawolf Tamar Gruwell is back with the program in 2010-11 for her first season as a graduate assistant coach. Gruwell played for the Seawolves from 2008-10, earning Team MVP, Second Team All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference and GNAC All-Academic Team honors as a senior. The Seawolves went 54-9 overall with Gruwell in the lineup at shooting guard, earning the GNAC title and a trip to the NCAA Div. II Final 4 in 2008-09. Before coming north, Gruwell was an all-conference performer at Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif., where she earned an AA degree in liberal arts. The Vacaville, Calif., native earned her bachelor’s in history from UAA in August 2010 and is current pursuing a master’s in teaching.

ELISHA HARRIS Student Assistant • 1st Season

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member of two UAA Final 4 teams, Elisha Harris joins the Seawolf coaching staff for the 2010-11 season. The West Jordan, Utah, native also competed two seasons in track & field for the Seawolves. She received her bachelor’s degree in sociology in summer 2010.

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ead athletic trainer Chris Volk is in her 17th season with the UAA Athletic Department in 2010-11. Volk cares for the treatment and prevention of injuries to Seawolf student-athletes and manages the overall operation of the Sport Medicine office. A 1979 graduate of the University of Dayton with a bachelor’s degree in biology, Volk also earned a master’s degree in biology from UD in 1986. She is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. She and her husband Rick are the parents of three children — Megan, Cody and Casey.

SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF Head Team Physician Jeff Moore, MD Team Physician Emeritus William G. Mills, Jr., MD Team Physicians Richard McEvoy, MD Paul Steer, MD Sports Medicine Consultants Joella Beard, MD Keith Brownsberger, MD Leo Bustad, MD Leslie Dean, MD Jay Derksen, DM Mary Ann Foland, MD

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Robert Gieringer, MD Larry Levine, MD C.J. Little, MD Nell Loftin, MD Brett Mason, DO William J. Mills, MD David McGuire, MD Jan Nyboer, MD Elisha Powell, MD Douglas Prevost, MD Bret Rosane, MD Greg Stone, DM George Stransky, MD Kenneth Swayman, DPM Tom Vasileff, MD Judith Whitcomb, MD

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SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES – SENIORS

Nikki Aden #25 Senior / 3VL 5-8 / Guard-Forward Portland, Oregon West Linn HS 2009-10: Led Seawolves in total assists (85) and set school record for free-throw pct. (.862) as team finished 24-5 and with No. 16 national ranking … only Seawolf to earn starting assignment in all 29 games … completed junior season with 2nd-most individual victories in program history (83), trailing only former teammate Rebecca Kielpinski (97) … on other UAA career lists, will enter senior season No. 6 in FT% (.772), No. 13 in 3FGs made (64), No. 16 in 3FG% (.325) and No. 19 in games played (96) … for the year, posted Great Northwest Athletic Conference ranks of No. 3 in assist-turnover ratio (1.5), No. 13 in 3FGs per game (1.2) and No. 15 in 3FG% (.356) … earned team’s co-Best Defensive Player award as UAA finished 5th nationally in scoring defense (53.8 ppg) and 6th in turnover margin (6th, +6.62) … scored in double digits nine times, including 17 points (4-9 FG, 3-5 3FG, 6-6 FT) in NCAA 1st Round win over Cal Poly Pomona … scored career-high 20 points (6-14 FG, 4-5 3FG, 4-4 FT), along with 6 rebounds and 5 assists in home victory over MSU Billings … scored 10 points (3-8 FG, 4-4 FT), dished 4 assists and committed no turnovers in Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout win over Div. I Coastal Carolina … other top performances included 7 points (3-5 FG), UAA season-best 11 assists, 4 steals and just one turnover in home blowout of Alaska Fairbanks; 13 points (5-8 FG, 3-5 3FG), 4 rebounds and 3 assists in 66-65 road win over NW Nazarene; and 13 points (3-4 3FG, 4-4 FT), 5 rebounds and 3 assists in home win over Grand Canyon … earned second straight selection to GNAC All-Academic Team with overall GPA of 3.60. 2008-09: Started 12 games for Seawolf team that went 31-4, claimed share of GNAC title, and returned to NCAA Div. II Final 4 for second straight season … averaged 4.5 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.0 steals and 0.9 assists, and tied school record with 35 games played … helped Seawolves rank No. 1 nationally in FG% defense (.318) and No. 2 in scoring defense (49.1 ppg allowed) … paced Seawolves with career-high 16 points (6-8 FG, 4-5 3FG) in just 16 minutes in Dec. 19 win over Cal State Stanislaus … tallied 13 points (5-10 FG, 3-4 FT) and career-high-tying 4 steals in road win over Central Washington … other top games included 8 points and 4 steals in road

ADEN’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS MP-Avg FG-Att 2007-08 (Fr) 32– 1 265-8.3 28–78 2008-09 (So) 35-12 541-15.5 57-149 2009-10 (Jr) 29-29 830-28.6 88-235 TOTALS 96-42 1636-17.0 173-462

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Pct 3FG-Att Pct .359 9–32 .281 .383 19–64 .297 .374 36-101 .356 .374 64-197 .325

FT-FTA 13–19 25–37 50-58 88-114

Pct .684 .676 .862 .772

OR-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D A TO 20– 15–35/1.1 23-0 15 35 20–62–82/2.3 50-0 33 37 35-77-112/3.9 55-0 85 55 75-154-229/2.4 128-0 133 127

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ADEN’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 20 vs Montana State Billings, 1/14/10 Rebounds — 8 vs Saint Martin’s, 1/21/10 Assists — 11 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 2/27/10 Blocks — 1, eight times Steals — 4, four times (last: vs Western Oregon, 1/23/10)

win over Saint Martin’s; 8 points (3-3 FG, 1-1 3FG), 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block and 0 turnovers in 52-49 NCAA Second Round win over 10th-ranked UC San Diego; 5 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists in NCAA Quarterfinals win over Clayton State; and 3 assists and 5 rebounds in Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout win over Div. I Cal State Northridge … recipient of Ms. Hustle award at seasonending team banquet … earned spot on GNAC All-Academic Team. 2007-08: Saw action in 32 of 35 games, averaging 2.4 points and 1.1 rebounds per game … was lone freshman on Seawolf squad that posted best record (30-5) in program history and advanced to NCAA Semifinals for first time ever … scored season-high 10 points (3-7 FG, 4-4 FT) in just 11 minutes in home win over Texas-Permian Basin (Dec. 8) … earned first career start and played season-high 19 minutes, getting 3 points and 3 rebounds in home win over Western Oregon … other top games included 6 points (2-5 FG, 1-1 3FG) and 2 steals in 52-48 win at Western Washington; 5 points (2-2 FG, 1-1 3FG) in 68-66 home win over Montana State Billings; and 8 points and 4 rebounds in home win over Chaminade (Nov. 30). HIGH SCHOOL: Led Three Rivers League in scoring with 13.4 ppg as a senior in 2006-07, earning first-team all-league honors … team MVP helped WLHS to 16-10 record and second-round playoff berth in Oregon large-schools (6A) division … McDonald’s All-American nominee … named WLHS’s Female Athlete of the Year … earned all-state honorable mention honors from The Oregonian as a junior and second-team All-Three Rivers honors … played freshman and sophomore seasons at David Douglas High School, earning All-Mt. Hood Conference accolades as a sophomore and honorable mention all-league as a freshman … 4-year varsity starter … finished career with 1,234 points … member of West Linn National Honors Society (2005-07) … 4-year honor roll student … member of Foreign National Honors Society … played for Oregon Elite club team (2005-07) … also lettered twice in track & field and once in soccer. PERSONAL: Born Nicole Raeanne Aden on Dec. 7, 1988 in Portland, Ore. ... daughter of Dennis and Shannon Aden ... interests include camping, boating and other outdoors activities … journalism & public communications major.

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Sarah Herrin #30 Senior / 1VL 5-8 / Guard Nikiski, Alaska Nikiski HS Alaska Fairbanks 2009-10: Played key reserve role for Seawolf squad that went 24-5 and finished with No. 16 national ranking … team’s 7th-leading scorer (4.5 ppg) and rebounder (2.5 rpg), averaging 14.0 minutes per game … scored double digits on four occasions, including seasonhigh 16 points (6-10 FG, 2-5 3FG) in Dec. 20 win over Western State … helped key second-half surge with 2 steals and key hustle plays in NCAA 1st Round victory over Cal Poly Pomona … other top outings included 15 points (6-11 FG, 3-5 3FG) and 3 steals in home win over Saint Martin’s; 13 points (3-5 3FG, 4-6 FT) and 3 assists in road win over Chaminade; and 6 points (3-7 FG) and career-high 7 rebounds in home rout of Alaska Fairbanks … recipient of team’s ‘Ms. Hustle’ award at season-ending banquet April 9. 2008-09: Redshirted for UAA’s 31-4, Final 4 squad as required by NCAA transfer rules. BEFORE UAA: Played first two seasons at rival Alaska Fairbanks … Nanooks’ fifth-leading scorer (6.0 ppg) and third-leading rebounder (4.6 rpg) as a sophomore in 2007-08 … scored career-high 20 points (7-11 FG, 3-4 3FG, 3-3 FT) and grabbed six rebounds in victory over Mesa State, helping her earn All-Glacier Classic honors … led team in rebounding three times, including career-high 10 against TexasPermian Basin … voted team’s ‘best defender’ by her teammates … earned spot on GNAC All-Academic Team … played in all 27 games as a freshman, averaging 3.6 ppg and 2.6 rpg. HIGH SCHOOL: Named 2005-06 Alaska 3A Player of the Year, first-team all-state as senior at Nikiski … earned Southcentral Conference MVP honors as junior and senior … led Bulldogs to back-to-back conference titles and 2006 3A state championship. PERSONAL: Born Sarah LeAnne Herrin on Oct. 3, 1987 in Kenai, Alaska … daughter of Kevin and Christine Herrin … is six-time Alaska state champion in motocross in women’s expert class … other interests include snowmaching and jet-skiing … justice major.

HERRIN’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 16 vs Western State, 12/20/09 Rebounds — 7 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 2/27/10 Assists — 3, twice (last: at Chaminade, 12/30/09) Blocks — 1, three times Steals — 3, twice (last: vs Western Oregon, 1/23/10)

HERRIN’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2009-10 (Jr) 29–2 TOTALS* 29–2

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MP-Avg 406-14.0 406-14.0

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 49-119 .412 18-52 .346 49-119 .412 18-52 .346

FT-FTA Pct 14-22 .636 14-22 .636

OR-DR-Reb/Avg 32-41-73/2.5 32-41-73/2.5

PF-D 52-1 52-1

A TO B S Pts/Avg 17 26 3 28 130-4.5 17 26 3 28 130-4.5 *Does not include UAF stats

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Kaitlin McBride #21 Senior / 1VL 5-8 / Guard Bothell, Washington Bothell HS Yakima Valley CC 2009-10: Played in all 29 games for Seawolf squad that went 24-5 and reached NCAA Tournament 2nd Round … stepped into starting lineup for 11 of last 12 games … ranked 2nd on squad in blocks (12) and assist-turnover ratio (1.64) and 3rd in shooting pct. (.461) … scored career-high 10 points (4-6 FG, 2-3 FT), along with 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals in road win over Saint Martin’s … tallied 3 assists, 2 steals and no turnovers in Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout win over Div. I Coastal Carolina … other top games includes 9 points (4-4 FG), 4 rebounds, 3 assists, no turnovers and 3 steals in road win over Alaska Fairbanks; 8 points (3-5 FG, 2-2 FT), 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks in home win over Central Washington; and 6 points (3-3 FG) and 3 steals in home victory over UAF. BEFORE UAA: Played sophomore season at Yakima Valley (Wash.) Community College in 2008-09 ... helped Yaks to an unbeaten (140) league record and Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges East Region title ... averaged 9.6 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.8 steals per game as YVCC finished 25-7 overall ... Second-Team All-NWAACC pick during both regular season and postseason tournament ... in the NWAACC East-West All-Star Game, she helped East to 82-63 victory with team-highs of 14 points and six assists, plus seven rebounds ... played freshman season at GNAC rival Western Washington, averaging 2.7 ppg, 1.3 rpg and 1.2 apg, while logging 11 starts. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned second-team All-King County and team MVP honors as senior at Bothell High … finished 7th in triple jump at large-schools Washington State Championships and named MVP of BHS track & field squad … earned three varsity letters in basketball and two in track & field … honor-roll student … played for Seattle Blues and Northwest Heat travel squads. PERSONAL: Born Kaitlin Rachelle McBride on Nov. 28, 1988 in Washington … daughter of Todd & Michelle McBride … interests include basketball, shopping and shoes … sociology major.

McBRIDE’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 10 at Saint Martin’s, 2/20/10 Rebounds — 7 vs Hawaii-Hilo, 11/15/09 Assists — 5, twice (last: vs Central Washington, 2/13/10) Blocks — 2, four times (last: vs Cal Poly Pomona, 3/12/10) Steals — 3, seven times (last: vs NW Nazarene, 3/4/10)

MCBRIDE’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2009-10 (Jr) 29-11 TOTALS 29-11

MP-Avg 470-16.2 470-16.2

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 35-76 .461 0-3 .000 35-76 .461 0-3 .000

FT-FTA Pct 25-42 595 25-42 595

OR-DR-Reb/Avg 18-43-61/2.1 18-43-61/2.1

PF-D 67-4 67-4

A 54 54

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B 12 12

S 34 34

Pts/Avg 95/3.3 95/3.3

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Torle Nenbee #4 Senior / 1VL 5-9 / Guard Salt Lake City, Utah Cypress HS Snow College 2010-11: Will redshirt this season after suffering knee injury in late August. 2009-10: Played in 25 of 29 games, including two starts, for Seawolf squad that went 24-5 and reached NCAA Tournament 2nd Round … ranked 2nd on team in field-goal pct. (.545), averaging 2.9 points and 2.4 rebounds per contest … scored 11 points (5-6 FG) and dished 4 assists in 11 minutes of Nov. 16 victory over Hawaii-Hilo … tallied 8 points (3-7 FG) and 6 rebounds in home win over Alaska Fairbanks … had 6 points (3-3 FG) and 7 rebounds in just 9 minutes of road win over Central Washington. BEFORE UAA: Played two seasons at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah … earned NJCAA All-Region 18 first-team honors as a sophomore in 2008-09 after averaging 12.6 points and 6.7 rebounds, and shooting 58.7 percent from the field … voted Snow’s team MVP. HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team all-state honoree by Deseret News as senior at Cypress High in 2007 … averaging 15.7 points as a senior, third-best in the state for Class 4A … competed in shot put and was among top prep javelin throwers in Utah, winning state title as sophomore … earned three varsity letters in basketball and track & field, plus two in volleyball. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 25, 1988 in Nigeria … daughter of Innocent and Charity Nenbee … moved to United States at age 10 … began playing basketball in 9th grade … hobbies include singing and cooking … sociology major.

NENBEE’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 11 vs Hawaii-Hilo, 11/16/09 Rebounds — 7 at Central Washington, 1/7/10 Assists — 4 vs Hawaii-Hilo, 11/16/09 Blocks — 1, twice Steals — 4 vs Montana State Billings, 1/14/10

NENBEE’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2009-10 (Jr) 25-2 TOTALS 25-2

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MP-Avg 161-6.4 161-6.4

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 30-55 .545 0-1 .000 30-55 .545 0-1 .000

FT-FTA Pct 12-21 .571 12-21 .571

OR-DR-Reb/Avg 21-38-59/2.4 21-38-59/2.4

PF-D 16-0 16-0

A 9 9

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Alysa Horn #23 Sophomore / 1VL 6-0 / Forward Kodiak, Alaska Kodiak HS 2009-10: Made 13 appearances for UAA squad that went 24-5 and reached NCAA 2nd Round … cracked scoring column five times, including season-best 7 points (3-7 FG) and 6 rebounds in home win over Alaska Fairbanks … tallied 3 points (1-1 FG) 2 rebounds and a steal in Nov. 16 win over Hawaii-Hilo. 2008-09: Redshirted for UAA’s NCAA Final 4 squad. BEFORE UAA: Four-year letterwinner at Kodiak High, earning Team MVP honors as a senior and All-Northern Lights Conference honors three times … named to numerous all-tournament teams throughout prep career, including Capital City Classic, Dimond Prep and Joe Floyd … named MVP of Joe Floyd tourney as a junior … grabbed most rebounds in Dimond Prep Invitational and won three-point competition at Capital City as a senior … lettered three times in volleyball, earning Team MVP as a senior … also lettered three times in track & field, placing runner-up in 300-meter hurdles at NLC meet … honor roll student all four years … National Honor Society member final two years. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned second-team All-King County and team MVP honors as senior at Bothell High … finished 7th in triple jump at large-schools Washington State Championships and named MVP of BHS track & field squad … earned three varsity letters in basketball and two in track & field … honor-roll student … played for Seattle Blues and Northwest Heat travel squads. PERSONAL: Born Alysa Anne Horn on Jan. 9, 1990 in Kodiak, Alaska … daughter of David and June Horn … other interests include snowboarding, kneeboarding, kayaking and volleyball … physical education major.

HORN’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 7 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 2/27/10 Rebounds — 6 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 2/27/10 Assists — 1, twice Blocks — 1 at Saint Martin’s, 2/20/10 Steals — 1, three times

HORN’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2008-09 (Fr) 2009-10 (Fr) 13-0 TOTALS 13-0

MP-Avg 53-4.1 53-4.1

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 7-18 .389 7-18 .389

FT-FTA Pct REDSHIRT 1-9 .111 3-7 .429 1-9 .111 3-7 .429

OR-DR-Reb/Avg

PF-D

A

TO

B

S

Pts/Avg

1-11-12/0.9 1-11-12/0.9

7-0 7-0

2 2

4 4

1 1

3 3

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Hanna Johansson #50 Junior / 2VL 6-2 / Forward Gothenburg, Sweden Sanda HS 2009-10: Earned All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference Honorable Mention honors after leading league in field-goal pct. (.547) and pacing Seawolves with 58 total steals … was 3rd-leading scorer (9.7 ppg) and 2nd-leading rebounder (5.5 rpg) for UAA squad that went 24-5 and finished with No. 16 national ranking … in addition to FG%, posted other GNAC ranks of 4th in steals per game (2.0), 2nd in offensive rebounds per game (3.2), 15th in rebounding, 21st in assists per game (2.0) and 22nd in scoring … made AllTournament Team at NCAA Div. II West Regional after posting 18 points (7-13 FG, 4-5 FT), career-high 10 rebounds and 2 assists in 1st-Round victory over Cal Poly Pomona … scored double digits in 14 of last 16 outings, including career-high 25 points (10-16 FG, 5-6 FT), plus 9 rebounds in 65-63 road win over MSU Billings; had 14 points (6-8 FG, 2-4 FT) — including game-winning FTs in final seconds — and 5 rebounds in 66-65 road win over NW Nazarene … other top outings included 13 points (6-11 FG) and 4 steals in home win over NW Nazarene; 13 points (6-9 FG) and 4 rebounds in 71-69 home win over nationally ranked Western Washington; and 10 points (3-5 FG, 4-7 FT), 8 rebounds and career-high 7 steals in Dec. 5 win over fellow NCAA qualifier Nyack … named team’s coMost Improved Player for second straight season … made GNAC All-Academic Team with UAA’s second-best overall GPA (3.75) … season FG% ranked No. 4 on UAA all-time list, while career FG% of .549 currently ranks No. 1. 2008-09: Paced UAA’s 31-4, NCAA Final 4 squad in field-goal percentage (.554) as a true freshman, finishing with season averages of 4.7 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.0 steals … shot .605 (26-43) from the field in Great Northwest Athletic Conference play as Seawolves claimed share of first league title … season FG% of .554 ranked No. 3 on school’s all-time list … team’s 2nd-leading rebounder (5.0) and 3rd-leading scorer (6.7) in five NCAA Tournament games … scored double figures on five occasions, including season-high 17 points (7-8 FG, 3-4 FT) in home come-from-behind victory over Northwest Nazarene … had 8 points (3-6 FG, 2-2 FT), 5 rebounds

JOHANSSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS MP-Avg FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 2008-09 (Fr) 35-2 421-12.0 67-121 .554 0-2 .000 2009-10 (So) 29-28 649-22.4 111-203 .547 0-1 .000 TOTALS 64-30 1070-16.7 178-324 .549 0-3 .000

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FT-FTA Pct OR-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D 30-58 .517 50-67-117/3.3 52-0 58-90 .644 93-66-159/5.5 78-3 88-148 .595 143-133-276/4.3 130-3

A TO 27 73 57 79 84 152

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S 36 58 94

Pts/Avg 164/4.7 280/9.7 444/6.9


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JOHANSSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 25 at MSU Billings, 2/24/10 Rebounds — 10 vs Cal Poly Pomona, 3/12/10 Assists — 7 vs Saint Martin’s, 1/21/10 Blocks — 3 vs MSU Billings, 1/14/10 Steals — 7 vs Nyack, 12/5/09

and 2 assists in NCAA Quarterfinals victory over Clayton State, and 12 points (4-9 FG, 4-4 FT) and 7 rebounds in NCAA Semifinals loss to eventual national champ Minnesota State … tallied 8 points (4-8 FG) and 8 rebounds in just 11 minutes of NCAA First Round win over NW Nazarene … other top outings included 10 points (5-5 FG) and 4 rebounds in Dec. 14 win over Mansfield; 8 points (3-5 FG), 7 rebounds and 2 assists in Dec. 19 home win over Cal State Stanislaus; and 8 points (3-4 FG, 2-3 FT), 5 rebounds and 2 assists in home win over Central Washington in first career start … shared team’s Most Improved Player award at season-ending banquet … played for Sweden at 2009 FIBA U-20 European Championships in Gdynia, Poland, in July. BEFORE UAA: Played for Swedish National Team age-group squads from 2003-08 ... attended high school and played for Sanda Wildcats at the National Basketball Academy in Jonkoping ... played for Swedish squads that captured the silver medal at the 2007 FIBA Under-19 World Championships and the bronze medal at the 2006 FIBA Under-18 European Championships ... averaged 2.2 ppg and 2.8 rpg at 2006 European Championships ... had 5 points and 8 rebounds in a victory over Turkey and 4 points and 5 rebounds in opening-round upset of defending champ Russia ... averaged 1.6 ppg and 1.3 rpg at 2007 World Championships ... had 5 rebounds in victory over Canada and 6 points in title-game loss to USA. PERSONAL: Born Hanna Ellen Johansson on Mar. 14, 1989 in Gothenberg, Sweden … daughter of Jan Johansson and Lena Havstam-Johansson … journalism & public communications major.

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Jordan Martin #5 Sophomore / 1VL 5-6 / Guard Anchorage East HS 2009-10: Appeared in 12 contests for UAA’s 24-5, NCAA 2nd Round squad … cracked scoring column in wins over Hawaii-Hilo (Nov. 15) and MSU Billings (Jan. 14) … grabbed 2 rebounds in season-high 10 minutes in home win over Alaska Fairbanks. 2008-09: Redshirted for UAA’s NCAA Final 4 squad. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered twice in both basketball and volleyball at East High … earned All-Cook Inlet Conference and CIC All-Tournament honors as a senior in 2007-08 … averaged 10.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game … also named CIC All-Tourney as a junior … helped T-birds to third place at 2007 Class 4A State Tournament in basketball as well as State runner-up finish in volleyball … captained both T-bird basketball and volleyball squads as a senior … honor roll student all four years; National Honor Society … earned UA Scholar scholarship. PERSONAL: Born Jordan Renee Martin on March Oct. 19, 1989 in Bismarck, N.D. … daughter of Marty and Tracy Martin … electrical engineering major.

MARTIN’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 2, twice (last: vs MSU Billings, 1/14/10) Rebounds — 2 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 2/27/10 Assists — 1 vs BYU-Hawaii, 12/11/09 Blocks — 0 Steals — 0

MARTIN’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2008-09 (Fr) 2009-10 (Fr) 12–0 TOTALS 12–0

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MP-Avg 33-2.8 33-2.8

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 2-9 .222 2-9 .222

FT-FTA Pct REDSHIRT 0-6 .000 0-0 .000 0-6 .000 0-0 .000

OR-DR-Reb/Avg

PF-D

A

TO

B

S

Pts/Avg

3-2-5/0.4 3-2-5/0.4

5-0 5-0

1 1

1 1

0 0

0 0

4-0.3 4-0.3

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#43 Kylie Burns

#33 Francesca De Angelis

Freshman / HS 5-8 / Guard Kansas City, Kansas Bishop Ward HS

Junior / TR 5-9 / Guard Laguna Niguel, California Aliso Niguel HS/Santa Barbara CC

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 19.8 points and 6.0 rebounds as senior in 2009-10, earning First-Team All-State honors from Topeka Capital-Journal … named Second Team All-State by Wichita Eagle and Kansas Basketball Coaches Association, Second Team All-Metro by Kansas City Star and Wyandotte County Girls Basketball Player of the Year by Wyandotte Daily News … chosen Kansas Female High School Athlete of the Year in the Kansas City Metro area by the Kansas City Sports Commission … led Cyclones in scoring as sophomore, junior and senior … tallied 20-plus points on 10 occasions as senior, including 34 vs. Basehor-Linwood, 29 vs. Blue Valley Northwest and 28 vs. Tonganoxie … played in prestigious Hy-Vee/Pepsi High School All-Star Challenge following final season … also named to All-Kaw Valley League team and was McDonald’s All-America nominee … as junior in 2008-09, averaged 15.9 points, 10.7 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3.1 steals per game, earning honorable mention all-state honors from KBCA … lettered four times each in basketball, cross country and track & field … team MVP and All-Kaw Valley all four years of cross country … set school record for 2.5-mile time and was team captain as junior and senior … in track & field, set school record for javelin and ran steeplechase and on 4x800 relay team … team MVP as junior and senior, and team captain as senior … excelled in classroom, earning Kansas Scholar recognition and maintaining 4.0 GPA throughout high school career … played for KC Blue Streaks club team, helping squad to title of 64team Kearney, Neb., tournament.

BEFORE UAA: Led Western State Conference with 20.2 points per game and ranked 3rd in league with 3.0 steals per contest as sophomore in 2009-10 … earned All-WSC North Division and Second Team All-State honors as Vaqueros went 19-12 and advanced to second round of South Region playoffs … tallied career-high of 34 points in Dec. 18 loss to 6th-ranked Mt. San Jacinto … SBCC’s team MVP and captain … also voted by teammates with squad’s ‘110 Percent’ award.

PERSONAL: Born Kylie Jane Burns on Sept. 2, 1991 in Kansas City, Kan. … daughter of Mike and Linda Burns … major is undeclared.

BEFORE UAA: Earned All-Foothill Conference honors as sophomore at SBVC in 2009-10, helping team tie for league title … averaged 9 points and 5 rebounds as Wolverines went 25-6 overall and 12-2 in league play … scored season-high 21 points in Southern California Regional playoff victory over San Marcos Palomar on Feb. 26 … also helped SBVC to Foothill Conference championships as freshman in 2008-09.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered in basketball, lacrosse and track & field (jumps) at Aliso Niguel, and was also a member of school’s surf team … earned team MVP honors in both basketball and lacrosse. PERSONAL: Born Francesca Romana De Angelis on July 23, 1990 in Los Angeles … daughter of Constantino and Carol De Angelis … journalism & public communications major.

#20 TaneÉ Denson-Griffin Junior / TR 5-9 / Guard San Bernardino, California Pacific HS/San Bernardino Valley Coll.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered all four years, twice at Pacific High and twice at Abilene Cooper High … earned all-conference and allleague defensive team honors … named all-tournament at Pacific Varsity Tournament. PERSONAL: Born Shaquita Taneé Denson-Griffin on Sept. 16, 1988 in San Bernardino, Calif. … daughter of Carlos Denson and Rose Griffin … nickname is ‘Nanie’ … enjoys reading, listening to music, shopping and playing video games … sociology major.

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#15 Elizabeth Downs

#41 Morgan Lee

Freshman / HS 6-0 / Guard Auburn, Washington Auburn Adventist Academy

Freshman / HS 6-2 / Center Fontana, California Etiwanda HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years in basketball and three years in volleyball at Auburn Adventist Academy … led AAA to championship of Walla Walla Friendship Tournament (equivalent to state tourney for Adventist schools) in both 2009 and 2010 … averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds as senior. PERSONAL: Born Elizabeth Frances Downs on Feb. 15, 1992 in Seattle … daughter of Steven and Gerri Downs … enjoys singing, music and cooking … nursing major.

#13 Sasha King

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 3.5 points and 3.4 rebounds as senior, shooting 50 percent from field … helped Eagles go 24-8 overall, win Baseline Conference title with 10-0 league mark, and qualify for California CIF State Championships … also played for EHS’s league championship team as junior … played first two prep seasons at Summit High School on its back-to-back league title teams … participated in track & field as freshman and sophomore, running 300-meter hurdles, 100-meter dash and throwing shot put. PERSONAL: Born Morgan S. Lee on Sept. 28, 1992 in Torrance, Calif. … daughter of Patrocinio and Elaine Lee … enjoys snowboarding … major is undeclared.

#11 Kajsa Lundahl

Junior / TR 5-6 / Guard Norman, Oklahoma Norman HS/Hutchinson [KS] CC BEFORE UAA: Helped Hutchinson CC to records of 60-10 overall and 27-5 in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference in her two seasons … played in 30 games, including 14 starts, as sophomore in 2009-10, averaging 5.5 points, 4.2 assists and 1.7 steals per game … shot 35 percent on threepointers and 79 percent at charity stripe while posting impressive 1.8-to-1 assist-turnover ratio … as freshman, averaged 5.8 points and 2.9 assists as Hutchinson captured Region VI championship … two-time NJCAA All-American in track & field, finishing runner-up in 2009 and 8th place in 2010 in the 400-meter hurdles … finished career as HCC record-holder in 400 hurdles (1:01.59). HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four times in basketball and three times in track & field … named to Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State team as senior in 2008 after leading the state in assists and helping team to conference and regional titles … posted senior averages of 14 points, 9 assists, 5 steals and 3 charges taken per game … McDonald’s All-America nominee … on the track, set NHS record in 300-meter hurdles (45.13) … in club basketball, earned state titles with Oklahoma Tar Heels in 2003-04 and Tulsa Swoosh in 2005-06 and 2006-07.

Freshman / HS 6-0 / Guard Lund, Sweden Celsiusskolan HS BEFORE UAA: Three-year member of Swedish Under-18 National Team … averaged 5.1 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game as Sweden captured 3rd place in 2009 European U-18 tourney … helped Swedes to repeat title in 2009 U-18 Nordic Championship and runner-up finish in ’09 Baltic Sea Cup … named ‘most improved player’ for Sallen Dam squad as high school senior. PERSONAL: Born Kajsa Johanna Lundahl on June 14, 1991 in Lund, Sweden … daughter of Tommy and Anna Lundahl … major is undeclared.

PERSONAL: Born Sasha Symone King on Nov. 12, 1989 in Dallas, Texas … daughter of Darryl and Andrea Troupe … sociology major.

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#3 Tijera Mathews

#42 Brittany Neeley

Junior / TR 5-10 / Guard-Forward Palmdale, California Palmdale HS/Antelope Valley Coll.

Freshman / HS 6-0 / Forward Colton, California Redlands HS

BEFORE UAA: Earned First Team All-State and All-Foothill Conference honors as sophomore in 2009-10 … led Marauders with 11.8 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game, plus 2.1 assists, 1.0 blocks and shot .349 from three-point range … named MVP of AVC Holiday and Santa Barbara tournaments … led AVC to Santa Barbara tourney title with 17 points and 17 rebounds in overtime victory over Grossmont … scored careerhigh 29 points in home win over Rio Hondo … helped AVC to 53-16 record and back-to-back Foothill Conference titles over two seasons … posted freshman averages of 10.3 ppg and 6.2 rpg, shooting numbers of 46 percent from floor and 76 percent from free-throw line.

BEFORE UAA: Led Redlands High with 15.8 points and 1.0 blocks per game as senior in 2009-10, along with other averages of 6.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.1 steals … named All-Southern Section Honorable Mention (Riverside Press-Enterprise), First Team AllCitrus Belt Conference (MaxPreps.com), Third Team All-County and Team MVP … made all-tourney team at prestigious Dolores Dudek tournament … as junior, averaged 12.0 ppg and 5.1 rpg, helping Terriers go 19-8 overall and 12-2 in league. PERSONAL: Born Brittany Breeann Neeley … daughter of William and Nancy Neeley … nickname is ‘Brit-Brat’ … enjoys poetry and photography … major is undeclared.

HIGH SCHOOL: Pulled down 15 rebounds and named Best Defensive Player in prestigious Rosamond Rotary All-Star Game as senior … lettered three years in basketball, four in track & field, plus two years in volleyball … helped PHS to three straight league titles in basketball and one in track … placed 2nd in high jump at Golden League meet with leap of 5’2”.

#35 Caitlin Nelson

PERSONAL: Born Tijera A. Mathews on July 11, 1989 in Los Angeles … daughter of Andrew Mathews and Janice Busbee … other interests include volleyball and photography … physical education major.

Freshman / HS 6-0 / Guard Auburn, Washington Auburn Adventist Academy HIGH SCHOOL: Earned Second Team All-State honors from Salt Lake Tribune as senior in 2009-10 … helped Riverton High to three straight Class 5A state tournament appearances, including runner-up finish in 2008-09 … averaged 6.9 points and led team in rebounding as senior … scored season-high 19 points (17 in second half) of 46-44 state-tourney loss to Brighton … played for South squad in prestigious Utah WBCA Senior All-Star Game in 2010 … helped Silverwolves to combined 41-6 record as junior and senior … lettered twice each in basketball and volleyball and three times in track & field … won region title and placed 6th in high jump at state meet … recorded personal-best of 5 feet, 4 inches in high jump … honored with Riverton’s Most Outstanding Female Athlete award … honor-roll student. PERSONAL: Born Caitlin Marie Nelson on Nov. 25, 1991 in Salt Lake City … daughter of Jeff and Cindy Nelson … social work major.

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#24 Kaylie Robison

#10 Siedah Wilson

Junior / TR 6-0 / Center Sandy, Utah Jordan HS/Coll. of Eastern Utah

Junior / TR 5-6 / Guard Lancaster, California Palmdale HS/Antelope Valley Coll.

BEFORE UAA: Named First Team All-Scenic West Athletic Conference as sophomore at College of Eastern Utah in 2009-10 … finished as SWAC’s second-leading scorer (16.9 ppg) and third-leading rebounder (9.3 rpg), along with other league ranks of 1st in offensive rebounding (4.9 orpg), 3rd in blocks (1.2 bpg) and 4th in field-goal pct. (.522) … scored 20-plus points on 11 occasions and gathered double-digit rebounds 15 times, including 28-point, 18-rebound performance in Dec. 12 road win over Colorado Northwestern … earned Second Team All-SWAC honors as freshman in 2008-09, leading Golden Eagles with 13.1 ppg, 10.4 rpg and 1.5 bpg, and shooting .526 from the floor … pulled down CEU-record 22 rebounds in Nov. 2008 loss to Miles CC. HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 14.4 points as a senior at Jordan High in 2007-08 … named First Team All-State in large-schools division by Salt Lake Tribune … lettered four times in basketball and softball and three times in volleyball at JHS. PERSONAL: Born Kaylie Jean Robison on July 28, 1990 in Sandy, Utah … daughter of Keith and Marietta Robison … one of four siblings … older brother Austin plays basketball at the University of Utah … nickname is ‘Kay’ … … interests include shopping, singing, 4-wheeling and biking … physical education major.

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BEFORE UAA: Started two seasons at hometown Antelope Valley College, twice earning First Team All-Foothill Conference honors and helping squad to back-to-back league titles … as sophomore in 2009-10, named Moorpark Tournament MVP as well as all-tourney honors at Sequoias and Santa Barbara events … posted season averages of 7.8 points and 2.8 assists, with game-highs of 18 points and 8 assists as AVC posted 25-6 record … made All-AVC Holiday Tournament Team as freshman and dished six assists in playoff win over Cypress. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at Palmdale High, helping Falcons to conference titles every season … earned All-Golden League honors three times … team MVP three years … earned 10 all-tournament honors throughout career … scored 12 points to league Blue squad in scoring at 2008 Rosamond Rotary allstar game. PERSONAL: Born Siedah C. Wilson on Feb. 9, 1990 in Lancaster, Calif. … daughter of James Wilson and Rosalind Thomas … physical education major.

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tretching from Alaska to Oregon to Montana – and now to Canada – the Great Northwest Athletic Conference has quickly established itself as one of the most successful leagues in the NCAA Division II ranks. Founded in 2001 as a 10-team league, the GNAC this year returns to its original membership number with the addition of Simon Fraser of Burnaby, British Columbia. Along with Montana State Billings, which joined the league in 2007, Simon Fraser joins original GNAC members Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Fairbanks, Central Washington, Northwest Nazarene, Saint Martin’s, Seattle Pacific, Western Oregon and Western Washington in 2010-11. In the last three years alone, the GNAC has produced one national team title (2009 SPU women’s soccer), three national runner-up finishes, three NCAA Final 4 basketball appearances (all by UAA’s men and women), and top-5 NCAA women’s cross country placings by both SPU and UAA in 2009. UAA sponsors seven of the GNAC’s 14 sports – volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, and men’s and women’s outdoor track & field.

2009-10 GNAC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STANDINGS CONFERENCE W L PCT GB xy-Seattle Pacific (13) 15 1 .938 —– x-Western Washington (18) 14 2 .875 1.0 x-Alaska Anchorage (14) 13 3 .813 2.0 Northwest Nazarene 9 7 .563 6.0 Saint Martin’s 6 10 .375 9.0 Western Oregon 6 10 .375 9.0 Montana State Billings 4 12 .250 11.0 Central Washington 4 12 .250 11.0 Alaska Fairbanks 1 15 .063 14.0 ( ) national ranking x-NCAA qualifier y-NCAA quarterfinalist

OVERALL W L PCT 27 4 .871 23 5 .821 24 5 .828 19 8 .704 12 15 .444 11 19 .367 11 16 .407 7 19 .269 2 25 .074

GNAC POSTSEASON AWARDS Player of the Year: Daesha Henderson, SPU Co-Newcomers of the Year: Kelsie Gourdin, UAA & Sarah McNamee, MSUB Freshman of the Year: Heather Adams, NNU Coach of the Year: Julie van Beek, SPU

FIRST TEAM: Daesha Henderson, SPU (G, 5-8, Sr., Snohomish, WA); Amanda Dunbar, WWU (G, 5-9, Jr., Marysville, WA); Lindsay Brady, NNU (G, 5-8, Sr., Boise, ID); Nicci Miller, UAA (F, 5-10, Sr., Denver, CO); Katie Torland, WOU (F, 5-10, Sr., Burns, OR); Jessica Summers, WWU (F/C, 6-1, Sr., Blaine, WA).

SECOND TEAM: Tamar Gruwell, UAA (G, 5-8, Sr., Fairfield, CA); Megan Hoisington, SPU (F, 5-11, Sr., Bremerton, WA); Willow Cabe, WWU (F, 6-1, Sr., Elma, WA); Dara Zack, SMU (F, 5-10, Jr., Spokane, WA); Kayla Ryan, MSUB (C, 6-1, Jr., Big Timber, MT). HONORABLE MENTION: Janee Olds, NNU (G, 5-8, Sr., Coos Bay, OR); Kristin Hein, NNU (F, 5-11, Sr., Tualatin, OR); Hanna Johansson, UAA (F, 6-2, So., Gothenburg, Sweden); Kelsie Gourdin, UAA (F, 5-10, Jr., Littleton, CO); Sophie Russell, CWU (W, 5-10, So., Lacey, WA).

SEAWOLF FACILITIES

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he Seawolves host their home matches on campus in the 1,000-seat Wells Fargo Sports Complex. The gym, which has housed Seawolf volleyball, basketball and gymnastics since 1978, provides a comfortable atmosphere for both competitors and fans. Along with a refurbished playing surface in 2010, the gym recently received a facelift with the addition of new plastic bleachers to replace the former wooden seats. Seawolf basketball players also make use of the WFSC’s other facilities — weight room, fitness center, 25-meter pool, jogging track and sauna — for training and recreation. At Thanksgiving, the Seawolves move

their home to the 8,700-seat Sullivan Arena in Midtown Anchorage, where they host the annual Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout.

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2009-10 SEASON REVIEW 2009-10 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS # 0 14 50 43 25 10 30 12 21 4 23 2 33 35 5

Player Nicci Miller Tamar Gruwell Hanna Johansson Kelsie Gourdin Nikki Aden Kiki Taylor Sarah Herrin Leah Stepovich Kaitlin McBride Torle Nenbee Alysa Horn Brittany Collins Viki Wohlers Brooke Larsen Jordan Martin TEAM UAA Totals Opponent Totals

GP-GS Min.-Avg 28-15 670-23.9 28-28 921-32.9 29-28 649-22.4 28-12 579-20.7 29-29 830-28.6 17-16 392-23.1 29-2 406-14.0 29-1 412-14.2 29-11 470-16.2 25-2 161-6.4 13-0 53-4.1 22-1 103-4.7 13-0 53-4.1 16-0 68-4.3 12-0 33-2.8 29 29

FG-FGA 144-326 102-243 111-203 90-240 88-235 40-110 49-119 40-112 35-76 30-55 7-18 10-22 5-12 5-18 2-9

Pct 3FG-Att .442 25-76 .420 74-187 .547 0-1 .375 6-28 .374 36-101 .364 6-32 .412 18-52 .357 31-87 .461 0-3 .545 0-1 .389 1-9 .455 0-0 .417 0-0 .278 1-6 .222 0-6

Pct .329 .396 .000 .214 .356 .188 .346 .356 .000 .000 .111 .000 .000 .167 .000

FT-FTA 67-95 34-39 58-90 72-92 50-58 36-62 14-22 8-9 25-42 12-21 3-7 4-9 3-5 2-4 0-0

5800 758-1798 5800 495-1371

.422 198-589 .361 157-486

.336 .323

388-555 414-609

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espite falling short of a third straight Final Four appearance, the UAA women enhanced their reputation as one of the top teams in the nation, being ranked no lower than No. 18 nationally all season and finishing with an impressive 24-5 record. The Seawolves began the year by winning their fourth consecutive Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout with victories over Division I programs Coastal Carolina and Cincinnati. UAA posted big regularseason wins over Western Washington and Northwest Nazarene and knocked off 5-time national champion Cal Poly Pomona in the NCAA First Round. Seniors Nicci Miller and Tamar Gruwell earned 1st- and 2nd-Team AllGNAC honors, respectively, while junior Kelsie Gourdin became the fourth straight Seawolf to be named GNAC Newcomer of the Year.

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Pct. .705 .872 .644 .783 .862 .581 .636 .889 .595 .571 . 429 .444 .600 .500 .000

OD-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D A TO 55-124-179/6.4 74-1 45 84 16-68-84/3.0 47-0 48 25 93-66-159/5.5 78-3 57 79 66-56-122/4.4 93-6 37 71 35-77-112/3.9 55-0 85 55 23-53-76/4.5 46-2 63 49 32-41-73/2.5 52-1 17 26 17-38-55/1.9 23-0 17 18 18-43-61/2.1 67-4 54 33 21-38-59/2.4 16-0 9 16 1-11-12/0.9 7-0 2 4 17-18-35/1.6 24-0 8 11 8-6-14/1.1 8-0 1 7 8-10-18/1.1 14-0 3 9 3-2-5/0.4 5-0 1 1 45-47-92/3.2 4 .699 458-698-1156/39.9 609-17 447 492 .680 258-651-909/31.3 510-14 340 684

S 6 57 58 36 33 51 28 18 34 13 3 5 1 2 0

Pts-Avg 380-13.6 312-11.1 280-9.7 258-9.2 262-9.0 122-7.2 130-4.5 119-4.1 95-3.3 72-2.9 18-1.4 24-1.1 13-1.0 13-0.8 4-0.3

86 395 2102-72.5 75 177 1561-53.8

2009-10 RESULTS 24 5 OVERALL; 13 3 GNAC Date Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 24 Nov 25 Dec 3 Dec 5 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 19 Dec 20 Dec 30 Jan 7 Jan 9 Jan 14 Jan 21 Jan 23 Jan 28 Jan 30 Feb 3 Feb 11 Feb 13 Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 24 Feb 27 Mar 4 Mar 6 Mar 12 Mar 13

14 2 HOME; 7 3 ROAD; 3 0 NEUTRAL

Opponent HAWAII HILO HAWAII HILO COASTAL CAROLINA $ CINCINNATI $ vs Nyack % vs Nyack % BYU-HAWAII # GRAND CANYON # WESTERN STATE WESTERN STATE at Chaminade at Central Washington* at Western Washington* MONTANA ST. BILLINGS* SAINT MARTIN’S* WESTERN OREGON* at #21 Seattle Pacific* at Northwest Nazarene* at Alaska Fairbanks* #20 WESTERN WASHINGTON* CENTRAL WASHINGTON* at Western Oregon* at Saint Martin’s* at Montana State Billings* ALASKA FAIRBANKS* NORTHWEST NAZARENE* #18 SEATTLE PACIFIC* vs Cal Poly Pomona ^ at #13 Seattle Pacific ^

W/L W W W W W W W W L W W W L W W W L W W W W W W W W W L W L

Score Att. UAA Hi Scorer 100-48 397 Miller 19 102-44 309 Miller 23 89-47 5232 Miller 24 49-48 5141 Miller 15 75-42 87 Miller 22 70-62 81 Miller 18 67-37 373 Gourdin 12 84-70 400 Gourdin 22 35-36 484 Miller 14 92-57 507 Aden 18 90-43 324 Gruwell 24 77-42 235 Aden 17 58-78 763 Gourdin/Taylor 14 85-63 407 Aden 20 78-62 479 Aden 18 68-54 629 Aden 13 42-57 287 Gourdin 13 66-65 1073 Gruwell 21 81-48 223 Miller 15 71-69 491 Miller 21 76-52 532 Gruwell 21 62-60 565 Miller 15 83-49 263 Gruwell 20 65-63 182 Johansson 25 98-46 458 Miller/Gourdin 16 62-50 474 Miller 20 60-67 580 Gourdin 26 69-50 310 Johansson 18 48-52 551 Miller 11

$ Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout — Sullivan Arena % at Fairbanks # AT&T Classic * Great Northwest Athletic Conference game ^ NCAA Div. II West Regional — Seattle, Wash.

Team MVP Tamar Gruwell and the Seawolves outmuscled Big East foe Cincinnati for their fourth straight Shootout title in 2009.

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST POINTS Game: 41, Allegra Stoetzel vs. Spring Arbor, 11/24/95 Season: 623, Eva Robinson, 1980-81 Career: 2,237, Robin Graul, 1985-89 HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE Season: 22.7, Robin Graul, 1986-87 Career: 20.2, Robin Graul, 1985-89 FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 15, Eva Robinson vs Alaska Fairbanks, 12/5/80 Season: 229, Eva Robinson, 1980-81 Career: 819, Robin Graul, 1985-89

Allegra Stoetzel

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 33, Cynthia Denman vs Boise State, 2/27/79 Season: 523, Kim Roberts, 1979-80 Career: 1,599, Robin Graul, 1985-89 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: .909 [10-11], Ruby Williams vs Texas-Permian Basin, 12/7/08; Dana Bottoms vs Notre Dame de Namur, 11/17/97 Season: .566,Wendy Sturgis, 1988-89 Career: .512, Robin Graul, 1985-89 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 8, Jayci Stone at UAF, 1/27/07; Maria Nilsson vs Saint Martin’s, 2/3/07 Season: 83, Maria Nilsson, 2006-08 Career: 191, Allegra Stoetzel, 1992-96 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 21, Jayci Stone at UAF, 1/27/07 Season: 223, Jayci Stone, 2006-07 Career: 563, Allegra Stoetzel, 1992-96 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 6 att.) — 1.000 [6-6] by Dasha Basova at Alaska Fairbanks, 1/17/09 Game (min. 8 att.) — .800 [8-10] by Jackie Thiel vs Kuyper College, 1/3/09 Season (Min. 30 atts): .537 (29-54), Greta Fadness, 1987-88 Career: .465 (164-353), Greta Fadness, 1987-91 FREE THROWS MADE Game: 19, Robin Graul vs Montana State-Billings, 2/7/89 Season: 188, Robin Graul, 1988-89 Career: 598, Robin Graul, 1985-89 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 21, Robin Graul vs Montana State-Billings, 2/7/89 Season: 236, Debbie Clare, 1983-84 Career: 736, Robin Graul, 1985-89

Maria Nilsson

Robin Graul

ASSISTS Game: 15, Diane Dobrich vs Denver, 1/5/90 Season: 187, Diane Dobrich, 1989-90 Season Average: 6.9, Diane Dobrich, 1989-90 Career: 460, Allegra Stoetzel, 1992-96 Career Average: 4.6, Kelly Reilly, 1985-87 STEALS Game: 10, Stacie Cepin vs The Master’s College, 2/14/98 Season: 95, Robin Graul, 1985-86 and 1988-89; Allegra Stoetzel, 1994-95 Season Average: 3.5, Allegra Stoetzel, 1994-95 Career: 329, Robin Graul, 1985-89 Career Average: 3.0, Robin Graul, 1985-89 BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 8, Rebecca Kielpinski vs SW Minnesota State, 12/17/06; vs Seattle Pacific, 2/7/08 Season: 69, Rebecca Kielpinski, 2007-08 Season Average: 2.3, Dana Bottoms, 2000-01 Career: 262, Rebecca Kielpinski, 2005-09 Career Average: 2.1, Rebecca Kielpinski, 2005-09 DOUBLE-DOUBLES Season: 19, Debbie Clare, 1983-84 Career: 48, Rebecca Kielpinski, 2005-09

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (14-14), Kamie Jo Massey at Central Washington, 2/14/04 Season (min. 40 made): .862, Nikki Aden, 2009-10 Career: .854, Robbie Robinson, 1985-87

GAMES PLAYED Season: 35, fourteen players tied (2008-09–Nikki Aden, Dasha Basova, Elisha Harris, Hanna Johansson, Rebecca Kielpinski, Kiki Taylor, Jackie Thiel; 2007-08–Dasha Basova, Danielle Dekel, Rebecca Kielpinski, Maria Nilsson, Lillie Parks, Kalhie Quinones) Career: 126, Rebecca Kielpinski, 2005-09

REBOUNDS Game: 24, Tammy Middaugh vs Puget Sound, 12/11/81 Season: 335, Debbie Clare, 1983-84 Season Average: 11.2, Debbie Clare, 1983-84 Career: 1,181, Rebecca Kielpinski, 2005-09 Career Average: 10.3, Debbie Clare, 1983-85

GAMES STARTED Season: 35, four players tied (2008-09–Rebecca Kielpinski, Kiki Taylor; 2007-08–Rebecca Kielpinski, Kalhie Quinones) Career: 126, Rebecca Kielpinski, 2005-09

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 133 vs LSU-Shreveport, 1/12/96 Season: 2,475, 2007-08 Season Average: 84.5, 1989-90 GREATEST MARGINS Of Victory: 97 (127-30) vs Crown, 11/17/95 Of Defeat: 60 (54-114) at Oregon State, 2/7/80 Average Victory, Season: +19.0, 2007-08 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 1st Half: 4 vs Lincoln Christian, 11/3/07 2nd Half: 9 vs Warner Pacific, 11/6/98 Game: 21 vs Lincoln Christian, 11/27/01 Season: 1561, 2009-10 Season Avg: 49.1, 2008-09 MOST POINTS ALLOWED Game: 114 vs Oregon St., 2/7/80 1st Half: 60 at Washington State, 2/24/79 2nd Half: 63 vs Southern Indiana, 12/11/92 FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 55 vs. Crown, 11/17/95 Season: 912, 2007-08

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: .680 vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/25/91 Season: .500, 1988-89 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 14 vs Saint Martin’s, 2/3/07; vs Kuyper College, 1/3/09; & vs Saint Martin’s, 1/21/10 Season: 245, 2008-09 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 40 vs Kuyper College, 1/3/09 Season: 699, 2008-09 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 att.): .786 (11-14) vs Seattle Pacific, 2/7/08 Season: .467 (43-92), 1987-88

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FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: .947 (18-19) vs Seattle Pacific, 2/16/95; & vs Central Washington, 2/13/10 Season: .731, 2003-04 REBOUNDS Game: 68 vs Silver Lake, 11/22/91 Season Average: 52.5, 1980-81 Largest Margin, Season: +10.8, 2007-08 ASSISTS Game: 35 vs. LSU-Shreveport, 1/12/96 Season: 591, 2007-08 Season Average: 19.0, 1986-87 STEALS Game: 41 vs. Crown, 11/17/95 Season: 395, 2009-10 Season Average: 14.4, 1995-96 BLOCKS Game: 13 vs Kuyper College, 1/3/09 Season: 136, 2008-09 Season Average: 4.7, 2000-01

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 102 vs. Crown, 11/18/95 Season: 2286, 1980-81

FREE THROWS MADE Game: 34 vs Bentley, 11/19/90 Season: 509, 1993-94

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 51 vs Southern Indiana, 12/12/92 Season: 806, 1980-81

TURNOVERS Game (Fewest): 6 vs Lincoln Christian, 11/26/01 Season Average (Fewest): 16.8, 2007-08 SEASON WON-LOSS RECORDS Most Games Played: 35, 2007-08 & 2008-09 Most Wins: 31, 2008-09 Most Losses: 26, 1979-80 Most Home Wins: 19, 2008-09 Most Road Wins: 10, 2007-08 Most Conference Wins: 15, 2007-08 Highest Win Pct: .886 (31-4), 2008-09 Fewest Losses: 6, 2007-08 Most OT Games: 4, 2002-03 Consecutive Games Won: Overall: 22, Nov. 15, 2008-Feb. 14, 2009 Season: 22, Nov. 15, 2008-Feb. 14, 2009 Home: 29, Feb. 25, 2006-Jan. 19, 2008 & Feb. 9, 2008-Dec. 12, 2009 Road: 7, Jan. 6-Feb. 23, 1988 To Begin Season: 12, 2006-07

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS UAA SINGLE-SEASON STATS LEADERS POINTS 1. Eva Robinson (1980-81) 2. Robin Graul (1986-87) 3. Robin Graul (1988-89) 4. Robin Graul (1987-88) 5. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 6. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 7. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 8. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 9. Beth Clure (1991-92) 10. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06)

623 591 584 566 564 559 543 539 531 523

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Robin Graul (1986-87) 2. Eva Robinson (1980-81) 3. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 4. Robin Graul (1988-89) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 6. Robin Graul (1987-88) 7. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06) 8. Bell Jordan (2001-02) 9. Beth Clure (1991-92) 10. Wendy Sturgis (1990-91)

22.7 22.3 20.9 20.9 20.1 19.5 19.4 19.0 19.0 18.9

REBOUNDS 1. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 2. Tammy Middaugh (1981-82) 3. Rebecca Kielpinski (2006-07) Rebecca Kielpinski (2007-08) 5. Rebecca Kielpinski (2008-09) 6. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-03) 7. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 8. Deanna Septon (1980-81) 9. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06) 10. Debbie Clare (1984-85)

335 318 312 312 290 286 282 281 267 262

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 2. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-03) 3. Tammy Middaugh (1981-82) 4. Rebecca Kielpinski (2006-07) 5. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06) 6. Tiffany Massey (2000-01) 7. Bell Jordan (2001-02) Kamie Jo Massey (2003-04) 9. Debbie Clare (1984-85) 10. Eva Robinson (1979-80)

11.17 11.00 10.97 10.76 9.89 9.67 9.37 9.37 9.36 9.10

ASSISTS 1. Diane Dobrich (1989-90) 2. Lucrecia Burleson (1990-91) 3. Sharon McIntyre (1984-85) Robin Graul (1988-89) 5. Tiffany Massey (2000-01) 6. Kalhie Quinones (2007-08) 7. Kelly Reilly (1986-87) 8. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-03) 9. Kelly Reilly (1985-86) 10. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-93) Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95)

187 171 138 138 130 129 127 125 123 119 119

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Diane Dobrich (1989-90) 2. Lucrecia Burleson (1990-91) 3. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-93) 4. Sharon McIntyre (1984-85)

6.93 6.11 4.96 4.93

Robin Graul (1988-89) 6. Kelly Reilly (1986-87) 7. Tiffany Massey (2000-01) 8. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-03) 9. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 10. Kelly Reilly (1985-86)

4.93 4.88 4.81 4.81 4.41 4.39

STEALS 1. Robin Graul (1985-86) Robin Graul (1988-89) Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 4. Allegra Stoetzel (1995-96) Heidi Alderman (1995-96) 6. Chris Gage (1980-81) 7. Stacie Cepin (1997-98) 8. Kim Roberts (1979-80) Diane Dobrich (1989-90) 10. Tiffany Massey (1999-00)

95 95 95 91 91 90 86 84 84 83

STEALS PER GAME 1. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 2. Robin Graul (1985-86) Robin Graul (1988-89) 4. Allegra Stoetzel (1995-96) Heidi Alderman (1995-96) 6. Jami Digerness (1992-93) 7. Stacie Cepin (1997-98) 8. Diane Dobrich (1989-90) 9. Kiki Taylor (2009-10) 10. Robin Graul (1986-87)

3.52 3.39 3.39 3.37 3.37 3.25 3.19 3.11 3.00 2.92

BLOCKS 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2008-09) 2. Rebecca Kielpinski (2007-08) 3. Rebecca Kielpinski (2006-07) 4. Dana Bottoms (2000-01) 5. Tammy Middaugh (1981-82) 6. Sonya Welch (1988-89) 7. Cheryl Bishop (1986-87) Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06) 9. Cheryl Bishop (1983-84) 10. Cheryl Bishop (1982-83)

79 69 63 62 58 53 51 51 47 42

BLOCKS PER GAME 1. Dana Bottoms (2000-01) 2. Rebecca Kielpinski (2008-09) 3. Cheryl Bishop (1986-87) 4. Rebecca Kielpinski (2006-07) 5. Tammy Middaugh (1981-82) 6. Rebecca Kielpinski (2007-08) 7. Sonya Welch (1988-89) 8. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06) 9. Cheryl Bishop (1982-83) 10. Janet Rickstrew (1982-83)

2.30 2.26 2.22 2.17 2.00 1.97 1.89 1.89 1.68 1.63

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Salina Anderson (1995-96) 2. Wendy Sturgis (1988-89) 3. Hanna Johansson (2008-09) 4. Hanna Johansson (2009-10) 5. Wendy Sturgis (1990-91) 6. Sonya Welch (1986-87) 7. Darlene Smith (1987-88) 8. Robin Graul (1988-89) 9. Julie Benson (1986-87) 10. Wendy (Sturgis) Hildman (1991-92)

.593 .566 .554 .547 .545 .542 .540 .540 .538 .532

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Eva Robinson (1980-81) 2. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 3. Robin Graul (1986-87) 4. Robin Graul (1987-88) 5. Robin Graul (1985-86) 6. Beth Clure (1991-92) 7. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 8. Wendy Sturgis (1990-91) 9. Robin Graul (1988-89) 10. Cheryl Bishop (1984-85)

229 217 211 206 205 203 202 199 198 196

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Kim Roberts (1979-80) 2. Eva Robinson (1980-81) 3. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 4. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 5. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 6. Debbie Clare (1984-85) 7. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 8. Robin Graul (1986-87) 9. Robin Graul (1985-86) 10. Robin Graul (1987-88)

523 514 508 485 440 436 434 415 414 403

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Greta Fadness (1987-88) 2. Jodi Bellamy (1989-90) 3. Jackie Thiel (2008-09) 4. Greta Fadness (1990-91) 5. Greta Fadness (1989-90) 6. Diane Dobrich (1988-89) 7. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 8. Tirzah Church (1999-00) 9. Meghan Vaughan (2006-07) 10. Heidi Alderman (1995-96)

.537 .528 .527 .496 .471 .446 .430 .442 .425 .409

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Maria Nilsson (2007-08) 2. Jayci Stone (2006-07) 3. Tamar Gruwell (2009-10) 4. Tanya Nizich (2003-04) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 6. Stephanie Beason (2004-05) 7. Greta Fadness (1990-91) 8. Jackie Thiel (2008-09) 9. Tirzah Church (1999-00) 10. Tirzah Church (1998-99)

83 76 74 73 70 65 63 59 57 56

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Jayci Stone (2006-07) 2. Tanya Nizich (2003-04) 3. Maria Nilsson (2007-08) 4. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 5. Tamar Gruwell (2009-10) 6. Stephanie Beason (2004-05) 7. Allegra Stoetzel (1995-96) 8. Angie Warnke (1997-98) Tanya Nizich (2002-03) 10. Tirzah Church (1998-99)

237 216 215 207 187 183 160 153 153 150

FREE THROWS MADE 1. Robin Graul (1988-89) 2. Eva Robinson (1980-81) 3. Robin Graul (1987-88) 4. Robin Graul (1986-87) 5. Heidi Alderman (1995-96)

188 165 153 149 144

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SINGLE-SEASON & CAREER LEADERS UAA SINGLE-SEASON STATS LEADERS, cont. 6. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 7. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 8. Bell Jordan (2001-02) 9. Debbie Clare (1984-85) Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06)

143 135 134 133 133

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 2. Debbie Clare (1984-85) 3. Eva Robinson (1980-81) Robin Graul (1988-89) 5. Deanna Septon (1980-81) 6. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 7. Robin Graul (1987-88) 8. Heidi Alderman (1995-96) 9. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06) 10. Eva Robinson (1979-80)

236 235 229 229 210 198 190 188 187 186

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 40 made) 1. Nikki Aden (2009-10) .862 2. Robbie Robinson (1985-86) .855 3. Kamie Jo Massey (2003-04) .855 4. Kim Brady (2005-06) .830 5. Robin Graul (1988-89) .821 6. Robin Graul (1986-87) .814 7. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-03) .814 8. Robin Graul (1985-86) .806

9. Robin Graul (1987-88) 10. Heidi Alderman (1992-93) GAMES PLAYED 1. Kiki Taylor (2008-09) Nikki Aden (2008-09) Hanna Johansson (2008-09) Ten others tied 14. Tamar Gruwell (2008-09) Five others tied 19. Nikki Aden (2007-08) Three others tied GAMES STARTED 1. Kalhie Quinones (2007-08) Rebecca Kielpinski (2007-08) Rebecca Kielpinski (2008-09) Kiki Taylor (2008-09) 3. Maria Nilsson (2007-08) 4. Deanna Septon (1980-81) 5. Chris Gage (1980-81) Debbie Clare (1983-84) Carolyn Doney (1983-84) Sharon McIntyre (1983-84) Jackie Hames (1983-84) Sherri Felton (1993-94) t13. Nikki Aden (2009-10)

.805 .800 35 35 35 35 33 33 32 32 35 35 35 35 34 33 30 30 30 30 30 30 29

MINUTES PER GAME 1. Kamie Jo Massey (2003-04) 2. Kelsey Larsen (2005-06) 3. Robin Graul (1988-89) 4. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-03) 5. Amber Nasby (2003-04) 6. Tiffany Massey (2000-01) 7. Robin Graul (1985-86) 8. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 9. Tanya Nizich (2003-04) 10. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 2. Bell Jordan (2001-02) Rebecca Kielpinski (2006-07) 4. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-03) Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06) 6. Eva Robinson (1979-80) Heidi Alderman (1994-95) Rebecca Kielpinski (2007-08) 9. Beth Clure (1991-92) 10. Debbie Clare (1984-85) Kamie Jo Massey (2003-04)

38.9 37.1 36.7 36.4 36.1 35.6 35.6 35.2 35.1 34.8 19 15 15 14 14 12 12 12 11 10 10

UAA CAREER STATS LEADERS POINTS 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 3. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 4. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 6. Cheryl Bishop (1982-87) 7. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 8. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 9. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 10. Stephanie Smith (1996-00)

2,237 1,767 1,752 1,634 1,610 1,592 1,162 1,129 1,080 1,060

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Eva Robinson (1979-91) 3. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 4. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 5. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 6. Cheryl Bishop (1982-87) 7. Bell Jordan (2000-02) 8. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 9. Beth Clure (1990-92) 10. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96)

20.2 19.7 18.6 16.8 16.2 15.2 15.1 15.0 14.9 14.9

REBOUNDS 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 2. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 3. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 4. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 5. Carolyn Doney (1981-85) 6. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01) 7. Robin Graul (1985-89) 8. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 9. Stephanie Smith (1996-00) 10. Sonya Welch (1985-89)

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1,181 765 745 724 675 662 636 599 577 572

Rebecca Kielpinski 1,181 rebounds

Cheryl Bishop 175 blks/163 stls

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 2. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 3. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 4. Tiffany Massey (1999-01) 5. Beth Clure (1990-92) 6. Deanna Septon (1979-81) 7. Bell Jordan (2000-02) 8. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 9. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 10. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92)

10.3 10.2 9.4 9.0 7.7 7.6 7.2 7.1 7.1 7.0

ASSISTS 1. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 2. Robin Graul (1985-89) 3. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 4. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01) Jessica Reilly (2001-05) 6. Jill Cubbedge (1981-82, 83-85) 7. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 8. Kelly Reilly (1985-87) 9. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 10. Angie Warnke (1995-99)

460 444 411 271 271 268 267 250 236 235

STEALS 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 3. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 4. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 5. Stephanie Smith (1996-00) 6. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 7. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01) 8. Tiffany Massey (1999-01) 9. Sharon McIntyre (1983-85) 10. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04)

329 284 251 238 168 163 158 157 150 143

BLOCKS 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 2. Cheryl Bishop (1982-87) 3. Dana Bottoms (1996-01) 4. Sonya Welch (1985-89) 5. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01) 6. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 7. Robin Graul (1985-89) 8. Tammy Middaugh (1981-82) 9. Amber Nasby (2001-05) 10. Renee Miller (1993-97)

262 175 155 112 65 62 61 58 52 45

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 3. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 4. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 5. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 6. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 7. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 8. Sonya Welch (1985-89) 9. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 10. Debbie Clare (1983-85)

820 696 677 658 552 529 431 427 418 411

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — CAREER LEADERS UAA CAREER STATS LEADERS, cont. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 3. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 4. Wendy (Sturgis) Hildman (1988-92) 5. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 6. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 7. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 8. Stephanie Smith (1996-00) 9. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 10. Dana Bottoms (1996-01)

1,599 1,375 1,363 1,304 1,292 1,263 1,022 937 921 909

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Hanna Johansson (2008- ) 2. Darlene Smith (1987-90) 3. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 4. Salina Anderson (1995-97) 5. Robin Graul (1985-89) 6. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 7. Sonya Welch (1985-89) 8. Beth Clure (1990-92) 9. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 10. Bell Jordan (2000-02)

.549 .536 .534 .516 .513 .509 .509 .505 .497 .496

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 2. Tanya Nizich (2000-04) 3. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 4. Maria Nilsson (2006-08) 5. Tamar Gruwell (2008-10) 6. Tirzah Church (1998-00) 7. Angie Warnke (1995-99) 8. Teri Cothren (1994-98) 9. Dasha Basova (2007-09) 10. Jayci Stone (2006-07) 13. Nikki Aden (2007- )

191 177 164 132 125 113 104 82 80 76 64

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 2. Tanya Nizich (2000-04) 3. Angie Warnke (1995-99) 4. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 5. Maria Nilsson (2006-08) 6. Tamar Gruwell (2008-10) 7. Tirzah Church (1998-00) 8. Dasha Basova (2007-09) 9. Jayci Stone (2006-07) 10. Teri Cothren (1994-98) 11. Nikki Aden (2007- )

563 541 396 353 351 320 285 254 237 230 197

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 2. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 3. Jodi Bellamy (1989-90, 92-93) 4. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 5. Tirzah Church (1998-00) 6. Tamar Gruwell (2008-10) 7. Maria Nilsson (2006-08) 8. Teri Cothren (1994-98) 9. Darla Hicks (1990-92) 10. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04)

.465 .424 .415 .412 .396 .391 .376 .357 .347 .345

FREE THROWS MADE 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 3. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 4. Wendy (Sturgis) Hildman (1988-92) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 6. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 7. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 8. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 9. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 10. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04)

GAMES PLAYED 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 2. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 3. Robin Graul (1985-89) 4. Carolyn Doney (1981-85) 5. Wendy (Sturgis) Hildman (1988-92) Stephanie Smith (1996-00) 7. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) Kellie Larrabee (1997-01) Dana Bottoms (1996-01) 10. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) t19. Nikki Aden (2007- )

126 114 111 110 109 109 108 108 108 107 96

598 457 432 375 361 300 258 248 239 222

GAMES STARTED 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 2. Robin Graul (1985-89) 3. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 4. Carolyn Doney (1981-85) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 6. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 7. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 8. Stephanie Smith (1996-00) 9. Angie Warnke (1995-99) 10. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01)

126 111 104 100 99 95 91 82 79 76

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 3. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 4. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 6. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 7. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 8. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 9. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 10. Stephanie Smith (1996-00)

736 630 627 523 493 471 415 361 339 294

DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 2. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 3. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 4. Cheryl Bishop (1982-87) 5. Wendy Hildman (1988-92) 6. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 7. Tiffany Massey (1999-01) Sonya Welch (1985-89) 9. Beth Clure (1990-92) Bell Jordan (2000-02)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. Robbie Robinson (1985-87) 2. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 3. Robin Graul (1985-89) 4. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 5. Michelle Hendry (1990-92) 6. Nikki Aden (2007- ) 7. Tiffany Massey (1999-01) 8. Melanie Iwamasa (1993-96) 9. Jami Digerness (1992-94) 10. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96)

.855 .838 .813 .802 .777 .772 .740 .736 .735 .732

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEARLY RECORDS Overall Year Coach W-L 1977-78^ Milo Griffin 7-10 1978-79 Milo Griffin 7-18 1979-80 Linda Bruns 8-26 1980-81 Linda Bruns 8-25 1981-82 Linda Bruns 11-18 1982-83 Linda Bruns 14-12 1983-84 Linda Bruns 20-10 1984-85 Linda Bruns 18-10 1985-86 Linda Bruns 17-11 1986-87 Linda Bruns 18-8 1987-88 Linda Bruns 24-5 1988-89 Linda Bruns 20-8 1989-90 Linda Bruns 18-9 1990-91 Milt Raugust 21-7 1991-92 Milt Raugust 19-9 1992-93 Milt Raugust 11-15 1993-94 Milt Raugust 18-12 1994-95 Jerry McLaughlin 11-16 1995-96 Jerry McLaughlin 15-12 1996-97# McLaughlin/Larrabee 6-20 1997-98 Harry Larrabee 14-13 1998-99 Harry Larrabee 16-11 1999-00 Brandi Dunigan 21-8 2000-01 Brandi Dunigan 13-14 2001-02 Brandi Dunigan 5-21 2002-03 Brandi Dunigan 11-15 2003-04 Jody Hensen 13-14 2004-05 Jody Hensen 9-18 2005-06 Jody Hensen 13-14 2006-07 Tim Moser 23-6 2007-08 Tim Moser 30-5 2008-09 Tim Moser 31-4 2009-10 Tim Moser 24-5 33 years Totals 514-410 ^ officially 0-17 in 1977-78 due to forfeits

Pct. .412 .280 .235 .242 .379 .538 .667 .643 607 .692 .828 .714 .667 .750 .679 .423 .600 .407 .556 .231 .519 .593 .724 .481 .185 .423 .481 .333 .481 .793 .879 .886 .828 .556

W-L

Conference Pct. Place

9-5 .643 12-2 .857 9-5 .643 14-0 1.000 11-3 .786 6-6 .500 4-2 .667 6-4 .600 4-6 .400 6-4 .600 3-7 .300 3-7 .300 1-7 .125 2-6 .250 7-7 .500 14-4 .778 11-11 .500 1-17 .056 6-12 .333 8-10 .444 4-14 .222 6-12 .333 11-5 .688 15-3 .833 14-2 .875 13-3 .813 200-164 .549

T-2nd 1st 3rd 1st 1st T-3rd 2nd 2nd 4th T-3rd 5th T-4th 5th T-3rd 2nd (Pac.) 2nd 8th 10th 7th 6th T-8th 7th 2nd 2nd T-1st 3rd

Postseason

NCAA First Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA First Round

NCAA First Round NCAA Play-In

All-time victories leader Linda Bruns is the newest inductee to the Seawolf Hall of Fame.

NCAA Second Round

NCAA Second Round NCAA Semifinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Second Round 10 NCAA Tournaments

W L Pct. 2-year Griffin Totals 14 28 .333 11-year Bruns Totals 176 142 .553 4-year Raugust Totals 69 43 .616 2.5-year McLaughlin Totals 27 36 .429 2.5-year Larrabee Totals 35 36 .493 4-year Dunigan Totals 50 57 .467 3-year Hensen Totals 35 46 .432 4-year Moser Totals 108 20 .844 # Larrabee replaced McLaughlin after nine games, when team was 1-8 League Affiliations Continental Divide Conference (1984-92) Pacific West Conference (1992-2001) Great Northwest Athletic Conf. (2001- ) Note: National Affiliation switched from AIAW Div. I to NCAA Div. II in 1982-83 season

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Brandi Dunigan led UAA to the NCAA Tournament in her first year as head coach in 1999-2000.

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY SEAWOLVES IN THE NCAA DIVISION II WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS Year Tournament—Site 1986 First Round (Anchorage) Southeast Missouri State 80, UAA 65 1988 West Regional (Pomona, CA) UAA 87, Chico State 71 Cal Poly Pomona 103, UAA 77 1989 North Central Regional (Fargo, ND) St. Cloud State 91, UAA 89, OT 1992 West Regional (Portland, OR) Portland State 101, UAA 76 1994 West Regional Play-In (Billings, MT) Montana State Billings 76, UAA 59 2000 West Regional (Pomona, CA) UAA 76, Central Washington 58 Western Washington 78, UAA 59 2007 West Regional (San Diego, CA) UAA 49, Cal State Dominguez Hills 48 UC San Diego 66, UAA 51

2007-08 Seawolves — NCAA Div. II Semifinalists Back Row (left-to-right): Ruby Williams, Ashley Thompson, Jess Merkley, Dasha Basova, Rebecca Kielpinski, Maria Nilsson, Danielle Dekel, Lillie Parks, Denise Benavides. Sitting (l-r): Elisha Harris, Jennifer Salazar, Krista Leman, Limor Pelleg, Zee Zee Young, Kalhie Quinones, Erin Cunningham, Nikki Aden.

2008 West Regional (Seattle) UAA 70, Sonoma State 53 UAA 65, Chico State 47 UAA 50, Seattle Pacific 44 NCAA Elite Eight (Kearney, NE) UAA 71, Franklin Pierce 65, OT (qtrs) Northern Kentucky 57, UAA 54 (semis) 2009 West Regional (Seattle) UAA 64, NW Nazarene 54 UAA 52, UC San Diego 49 UAA 54, Seattle Pacific 43 NCAA Elite Eight (San Antonio, TX) UAA 66, Clayton State 59 (qtrs) Minnesota State 83, UAA 60 (semis) 2010 West Regional (Seattle) UAA 69, Cal Poly Pomona 50 Seattle Pacific 52, UAA 48 All-Time Record ........ 12-10 Opening Games .......... 6-4 Rd. of 32...................... 3-6 Rd. of 16...................... 2-1 Rd. of 8........................ 2-0 Final 4.......................... 0-2

2008-09 Seawolves — NCAA Div. II Semifinalists Back Row (left-to-right): Kelsie Gourdin, Tristan Burnett, Brittany Collins, Dasha Basova, Viki Wohlers, Rebecca Kielpinski, Hanna Johansson, Danielle Dekel, Nicci Miller, Jazzie Gaddy, Alysa Horn. Sitting (l-r): Limor Pelleg, Leah Stepovich, Jordan Martin, Jenna Endisch, Elisha Harris, Jackie Thiel, Nikki Aden, Sarah Herrin, Tamar Gruwell, Kiki Taylor.

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SERIES VS. ALL OPPONENTS ALL-TIME SERIES BY STATE ALABAMA Alabama-Birmingham 0-1 South Alabama 1-0

ALASKA Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Pacific Alaska Southeast

52-30 3-0 1-0

ARIZONA Arizona State Grand Canyon Northern Arizona

0-1 11-3 0-1

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA District of Columbia

California 0-1 Cal Poly Pomona 1-3 Cal Poly SLO 1-0 Cal St. Dominguez Hills 4-1 Cal State Fullerton 0-1 Cal State Hayward 6-0 Cal State Los Angeles 7-4 Cal St. Monterey Bay 2-0 Cal State Northridge 4-2 Cal State Stanislaus 9-2 Chapman 1-1 Chico State 7-0 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 1-0 Concordia 2-0 Fresno Pacific 0-1 Humboldt State 8-8 Loyola Marymount 2-0 The Master’s 0-1 Notre Dame de Namur 4-0 Pacific 0-1 Pepperdine 1-1 Sacramento State 1-2 San Diego Christian 10-2 San Diego State 0-1 San Diego 1-0 San Francisco 1-1 San Francisco State 3-1 San Jose State 0-0 Santa Clara 1-0 Sonoma State 3-1 Stanford 0-2 UC Davis 2-1 UC Riverside 7-1 UC San Diego 1-1 UC Santa Cruz 2-0 U.S. International 3-0

COLORADO Air Force Colorado Christian

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8-6 4-0

0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1

IOWA Iowa Morningside

Washburn

0-1

CALIFORNIA

Southeast Missouri St. 0-1

INDIANA IUPUI Notre Dame Purdue Southern Indiana Valparaiso

0-1 2-0

KANSAS CONNECTICUT Central Connecticut St. 0-1 Fairfield 0-1

ARKANSAS Arkansas

Colorado College 1-1 Colorado-Colo. Springs 2-0 Colorado Mines 3-0 Denver 9-5 Fort Lewis 1-0 Mesa State 1-0 Metro State 13-0 Northern Colorado 10-1 Regis 10-3 Southern Colorado 1-0 Western State 3-1

1-0

FLORIDA Flagler Florida Atlantic Florida International Florida State Lynn Miami North Florida Rollins South Florida Tampa

1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1

MONTANA

OREGON

Carroll 2-0 Great Falls 1-1 Montana 0-4 Montana State 1-6 Montana St. Billings 19-24 Montana Tech 2-0 Northern Montana 1-0 Rocky Mountain 1-0 Western Montana 0-1

NEBRASKA 1-0 0-1 2-0 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-1

Nebraska Kearney Wayne State

NEVADA Nevada

1-1

NEW HAMPSHIRE Keene State

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

BYU-Hawaii Chaminade Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii Pacific

3-0 4-0 0-11 3-0 4-0

IDAHO Boise State Idaho Idaho State Lewis-Clark State NW Nazarene

1-6 0-1 0-1 0-3 11-10

Louisiana-Lafayette LSU-Shreveport Nicholls State Northeast Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana

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

1-0

MASSACHUSETTS Bentley Boston College

2-3 0-1

Kuyper College Lake Superior State Saginaw Valley State Spring Arbor

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

Georgian Court

1-0

NEW MEXICO

Lincoln Christian Northeastern Illinois S. Illinois-Edwardsville Wheaton

4-0 1-0 1-1 1-0

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

NEW YORK Fordham Iona Mercy Nyack Syracuse

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

NORTH CAROLINA North Carolina UNC-Greensboro Wake Forest Western Carolina

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

0-1 0-1 1-0 0-0

NORTH DAKOTA Minot State North Dakota State

0-1 0-1

Missouri-St. Louis 2-0 Northeast Missouri St. 1-0

Cameron Oklahoma State

Alcorn State Mississippi State

MISSOURI

0-0 0-3

OHIO Akron Cincinnati Cleveland State Kent State Xavier

0-1 0-2

Clemson Coastal Carolina Furman Presbyterian South Carolina

1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1

SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota State

2-1

TEXAS Abilene Christian Baylor Southern Methodist Texas A&I Texas A&M Texas-El Paso Texas-Permian Basin Texas-San Antonio Texas Woman’s West Texas State

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

UTAH 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1

OKLAHOMA

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Providence Rhode Island

SOUTH CAROLINA

Eastern New Mexico 3-3 New Mexico State 1-0 Western New Mexico 5-9

MINNESOTA Bemidji State Crown Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota State St. Cloud State SW Minnesota State

MISSISSIPPI ILLINOIS

Edinboro Elizabethtown Indiana Mansfield Millersville Pennsylvania Slippery Rock

RHODE ISLAND

MICHIGAN HAWAII

5-0 1-1 0-6 0-6 0-2 3-16 3-1 2-3 17-8

1-0

NEW JERSEY

LOUISIANA

Mount St. Mary’s

Clayton State Columbus State Georgia State Georgia Tech Mercer

Judson Baptist Lewis & Clark Oregon Oregon State Portland Portland State Southern Oregon Warner Pacific Western Oregon

PENNSYLVANIA 0-1 1-1

MARYLAND GEORGIA

2-0

0-1

KENTUCKY Eastern Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Wesleyan Louisville Mid-Continent Northern Kentucky Western Kentucky

Panhandle State

2-0 0-1

Brigham Young Dixie State Southern Utah Utah Valley State Utah State Utah Tech Westminster

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


RECORD BOOK — ALL-TIME SERIES/YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS ALL-TIME SERIES BY STATE, cont. VERMONT Franklin Pierce Norwich

WASHINGTON 1-0 2-0

VIRGINIA

Centralia JC 1-0 Central Washington 14-14 Eastern Washington 0-7 Gonzaga 2-1 Northwest College 2-0 Pacific Lutheran 0-1 Puget Sound 6-0

George Mason Radford William & Mary

1-0 1-0 0-1

Year Record 1977-78 7-10* 1978-79 7-18 1979-80 8-26 1980-81 8-25 1981-82 11-18 1982-83 13-12 1983-84 20-10 1984-85 18-10 1985-86 17-11 1986-87 18- 8 1987-88 24- 5 1988-89 20- 8 1989-90 18- 9 1990-91 21- 7 1991-92 19- 9 1992-93 11-15 1993-94 18-12 1994-95 11-16 1995-96 15-12 1996-97 6-20 1997-98 14-13 1998-99 16-11 1999-00 21- 8 2000-01 13-14 2001-02 5-22 2002-03 11-15 2003-04 13-14 2004-05 9-18 2005-06 13-14 2006-07 23- 6 2007-08 30- 5 2008-09 31- 4 2009-10 24- 5

FG-FGA

PCT

3P-3PA

PCT

721-2055 826-2286 737-1972 656-1625 872-1994 802-1877 745-1713 832-1781 886-1952 864-1729 847-1708 843-1821 831-1786 693-1644 743-1827 682-1703 791-1863 611-1537 668-1748 691-1677 742-1734 649-1637 630-1637 606-1599 604-1485 611-1502 583-1373 684-1710 912-2128 839-2005 758-1798

.351 .361 .374 .404 .437 .427 .435 .467 .454 .500 .496 .463 .465 .422 .407 .401 .425 .398 .382 .412 .428 .396 .385 .379 .407 .407 .425 .400 .429 .418 .422

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 43- 92 57-147 90-198 83-197 58-175 70-225 94-278 177-513 165-503 114-363 137-471 125-414 135-394 86-316 113-370 103-353 121-362 113-334 109-348 217-642 233-693 245-699 198-589

----------------.467 .388 .455 .421 .331 .311 .338 .345 .328 .314 .291 .302 .343 .272 .305 .292 .334 .338 .313 .338 .336 .351 .336

Saint Martin’s Seattle University Seattle Pacific Washington Washington State Western Washington

16-11 13-8 14-32 0-3 0-3 9-17

WEST VIRGINIA Fairmont State West Virginia Tech

WYOMING 0-1 2-0

Wyoming

0-1

CANADA WISCONSIN

Simon Fraser

3-2

Marquette 0-1 Silver Lake 2-0 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1-0

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS FT-FTA PCT NO STATS AVAILABLE NO STATS AVAILABLE 354-586 .604 479-806 .594 328-520 .631 316-521 .607 436-737 .592 375-638 .588 394-544 .724 388-549 .707 396-585 .677 495-697 .710 498-710 .701 430-616 .698 438-609 .719 417-586 .712 509-750 .679 441-641 .688 448-644 .696 275-399 .689 312-497 .628 282-435 .648 319-462 .690 308-489 .630 280-413 .678 353-508 .695 343-469 .731 296-444 .667 374-538 .695 402-583 .690 418-606 .690 396-590 .671 388-555 .699

AST

TO

BLK

STL

REB-AVG

PTS-AVG

268 330 327 373 524 478 423 494 483 495 496 487 459 398 512 418 457 350 421 453 517 445 390 391 419 386 401 438 591 531 447

602 791 686 559 602 568 538 510 551 577 566 619 579 601 669 551 613 618 530 455 539 516 560 540 439 529 591 519 589 666 492

NA NA NA 103 87 108 83 103 78 117 45 51 43 67 93 35 59 61 77 72 80 128 65 96 73 86 95 100 133 136 86

298 335 225 249 352 349 296 362 359 346 336 340 361 326 339 287 389 207 283 259 328 239 199 236 218 192 231 228 371 392 395

1323-42.7 1569-47.5 1389-47.9 942-37.7 1392-46.4 1217-43.5 1076-38.4 1049-40.3 1247-43.0 1093-39.0 1070-39.6 1202-42.9 1140-40.7 1099-42.3 1258-41.9 1019-37.7 1149-42.6 983-37.8 1128-41.8 1074-39.8 1135-39.1 1120-41.5 1025-38.0 1063-40.9 904-33.5 947-35.1 965-35.7 1189-41.0 1454-41.5 1472-42.1 1156-39.9

1796-57.9 2131-64.5 1802-62.1 1628-65.1 2180-72.7 2000-71.4 1884-67.3 2053-79.0 2211-76.2 2280-81.4 2282-84.5 2199-78.5 2158-77.1 1873-72.0 2089-69.6 1982-73.4 2195-81.3 1611-62.0 1785-66.1 1789-66.3 1938-66.8 1692-62.7 1653-61.2 1668-64.2 1672-61.9 1631-60.4 1649-61.1 1987-68.5 2475-70.7 2319-66.3 2102-72.5

*0-17 due to forfeits

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS Head Coach

Milo Griffin 2 seasons 14-28 (.333) 1977-78 (7-10*) No scores available *officially 0-17 due to forfeits

1978-79 (7-18) No scores available

Head Coach

Linda Bruns 11 seasons 176-142 (.564) 1979-80 (8-26) EASTERN WASHINGTON L EASTERN WASHINGTON L

MONTANA STATE MONTANA STATE DENVER DENVER WESTERN OREGON WESTERN OREGON Centralia JC^ at Hawaii^ Utah State^ ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS Washington at Cal St.-Northridge at San Diego State at Cal St.-Los Angeles at Cal State-Fullerton PUGET SOUND PUGET SOUND at Oregon at Portland State at Oregon State at Oregon State SEATTLE PACIFIC SEATTLE PACIFIC BOISE STATE BOISE STATE PORTLAND PORTLAND at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks NEVADA* IOWA*

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

53-79 47-72 29-84 49-77 66-74 45-76 69-64 55-65 78-45 70-87 55-75 63-61 68-71 43-95 53-71 40-70 63-76 70-95 78-57 67-41 40-108 60-77 54-114 52-98 73-63 56-53 55-69 57-71 70-76 61-65 59-83 66-67 74-52 52-73

^University of Hawaii tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1980-81 (8-25) ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS

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W W

99-60 83-52

COLORADO COLLEGE COLORADO COLLEGE Cal State-Los Angeles^ Oregon^ at Hawaii^ Utah State^ at Montana State at Montana State at Montana at Montana at Great Falls at Boise State at Boise State LEWIS & CLARK LEWIS & CLARK SEATTLE UNIVERSITY SEATTLE UNIVERSITY CENT. WASHINGTON CENT. WASHINGTON at Washington State at Eastern Washington at Eastern Washington at Washington at Washington GONZAGA GONZAGA at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks NOTRE DAME* PURDUE* ALASKA FAIRBANKS*

W 82-67 L 61-68 L 85-91 L 52-91 L 91-92 W 81-74 L 63-76 L 52-65 L 51-81 L 52-68 L 63-69 L 52-69 L 46-63 L 56-78 W 77-71 L 47-66 L 69-83 W 78-69 L 57-72 L 67-83 L 46-98 L 48-77 L 55-78 L 58-101 W 81-67 W 80-62 L 67-77 L 60-67 L 58-59 L 63-68 L 55-56

^University of Hawaii tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1981-82 (11-18) at Eastern Washington at Eastern Washington at Idaho% Simon Fraser% ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS MONTANA MONTANA PUGET SOUND PUGET SOUND Stanford^ at Hawaii^ Judson Baptist^ Oklahoma State# Portland State# Alaska Fairbanks# at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks BOISE STATE BOISE STATE WASHINGTON STATE WASHINGTON STATE at Montana State at Montana State at Portland State

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

40-89 69-88 59-84 65-55 69-61 68-65 47-70 46-69 78-76 64-59 48-68 78-95 69-58 48-78 81-75 52-44 52-66 69-65 73-75 68-77 51-62 38-73 59-67 61-58 80-90

at Portland State UTAH STATE* ARKANSAS* SAN FRANCISCO*

L L L W

63-71 66-81 52-85 82-79

%Idaho Tournament ^University of Hawaii Tournament #Chico State Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1982-83 (14-12) at Utah Tech W 95-38 Idaho State% L 48-63 at Utah State% W 75-63 at Carroll W 60-51 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 71-55 PUGET SOUND W 70-50 PUGET SOUND W 59-56 MONTANA TECH W 66-64 MONTANA TECH W 64-57 at South Florida^ L 44-79 Georgia State^ L 56-74 at Tampa L 50-54 JUDSON BAPTIST W 77-71 JUDSON BAPTIST W-OT 70-67 ALASKA FAIRBANKS L 69-79 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 84-78 SIMON FRASER W 76-58 SIMON FRASER W 78-72 at Hawaii L 52-83 at Hawaii L 53-84 at Brigham Young L 74-101 at Alaska Fairbanks L-OT 69-70 at Alaska Fairbanks L-OT 73-80 STANFORD* L 46-74 PENNSYLVANIA* L 60-62 SOUTH FLORIDA* W 84-75 %Utah State Tournament ^South Florida Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1983-84 (20-10) CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS W 83-61 Cal State-Northridge% W 66-57 San Francisco% L-OT 73-75 at Air Force W 100-62 at Cal St.-Stanislaus W 88-66 at San Francisco State L 63-80 UC RIVERSIDE W 86-68 UC RIVERSIDE W 78-70 CAL STATE-HAYWARD W 63-53 CAL STATE-HAYWARD W 69-41 at Cal St.-Northridge L 63-65 at Cal St.-Los Angeles L 68-80 at U.S. International W 81-75 at Oregon State^ L 55-75 San Diego^ W 40-38 MINNESOTA-DULUTH W 96-66 MINNESOTA-DULUTH W 63-58 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 68-55 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 62-53

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at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii Pacific JUDSON BAPTIST JUDSON BAPTIST FLORIDA STATE* PEPPERDINE* GEORGIA STATE* at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks

W 77-50 L 62-63 L 66-78 W 66-42 W 90-41 W 104-57 L 63-77 W 76-74 W 84-83 L-OT 63-64 L 64-70

%Cal-State Hayward Tournament ^Oregon State Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1984-85 (18-10) at Great Falls at Carroll

W 66-61 W 65-51 at Northern Montana% W 83-68 Western Montana% L 66-69 at Alaska Fairbanks L 55-65 at Alaska Fairbanks W 69-53 UC DAVIS W 78-52 UC DAVIS W 72-65 at Mont. St.-Billings L 50-66 at Mont. St.-Billings W 68-55 at Northern Colorado W 85-78 at Northern Colorado W 74-60 at Air Force L 56-68 at Air Force L-2OT 70-75 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 75-68 DENVER W 79-69 DENVER W 75-54 METRO STATE W 88-43 METRO STATE W 82-48 at Hawaii L 55-69 at Hawaii L 53-62 at Hawaii Pacific W 96-46 at Hawaii Pacific W 102-64 REGIS L 73-79 REGIS W 69-48 NORTH CAROLINA* L 62-79 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT* W 69-52 HAWAII* L-OT 65-67 %Northern Montana Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1985-86 (17-11) CAL ST.-STANISLAUS CAL ST.-STANISLAUS SEATTLE PACIFIC SEATTLE PACIFIC CHAPMAN CHAPMAN at Pacific (Calif.) at UC Davis at Air Force at Air Force MSU BILLINGS MSU BILLINGS

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

67-59 70-69 67-89 71-62 53-69 65-52 65-76 73-77 66-62 90-66 67-63 57-64


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED at Denver W-OT at Denver L at Metro State W at Metro State W at Alaska Fairbanks W at ALASKA FAIRBANKS W NORTHERN COLORADO W NORTHERN COLORADO W at Regis W at Regis W at Florida Atlantic L at Florida Internat’l L WESTERN KENTUCKY* L IONA* L UTAH STATE* W SE MISSOURI STATE^ L

67-66 55-82 72-55 69-57 83-67 66-55 81-74 69-50 66-55 62-45 42-50 51-77 78-98 66-78 81-62 65-80

*Northern Lights Invitational ^NCAA II Tournament

1986-87 (18-8) CAL STATE-HAYWARD CAL STATE-HAYWARD SOUTH DAKOTA ST. SOUTH DAKOTA ST. SAN FRANCISCO ST. SAN FRANCISCO ST. at Chico State

W W W L-OT W W W Notre Dame de Namur^ W at Sacramento State^ W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W-OT at Mont. St.-Billings L at Mont. St.-Billings L REGIS W REGIS W at Alaska Fairbanks W DENVER W DENVER L at Air Force L at Air Force L at Northern Colorado W at Northern Colorado W METRO STATE W METRO STATE W UAB* L RADFORD* W MIAMI, FL.* L

76-55 76-57 90-66 84-89 88-63 91-50 78-77 93-34 92-69 101-94

81-86 70-80 81-64 73-64 74-66 75-67 73-81 78-81 63-65 71-47 63-57 83-64 74-67 78-83 85-66 62-71

^Sacramento State Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1987-88 (24-10) ALASKA SOUTHEAST% ALASKA FAIRBANKS% ABILENE CHRISTIAN ABILENE CHRISTIAN ALASKA PACIFIC SONOMA STATE Mississippi State# Alcorn State# at West Texas State at Southern Colorado

W 107-40 W 69-49 W 77-67 W 80-74 W 70-35 W 76-47 L 56-90 L 61-74 L 60-79 W 78-56

at Regis at Regis AIR FORCE AIR FORCE MSU BILLINGS MSU BILLINGS at Alaska Fairbanks

W 79-50 W 79-50 W 79-67 W 91-74 W 72-49 W 58-48 W 67-61 NORTHERN COLORADO W 53-47 NORTHERN COLORADO W 56-54 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 89-63 at Metro State W 101-67 at Metro State W 90-57 at Denver W 78-58 at Denver W 76-63 SOUTH CAROLINA* L 60-78 FORDHAM* W 93-77 U.S. INTERNATIONAL* W 92-73 Chico State^ W 87-71 at Cal Poly Pomona^ L 77-103 %Alaska Governor’s Cup #Memphis State Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational ^NCAA West Regional – Pomona, CA

1988-89 (20-8) Alaska Pacific^ at Alaska Fairbanks^ CAL ST.-LOS ANGELES CAL ST.-LOS ANGELES ST. CLOUD STATE ST. CLOUD STATE Keene State% at Bentley% at Cal State-Hayward at U.S. International at Regis at Denver at Air Force MSU BILLINGS at Alaska Fairbanks METRO STATE REGIS at Metro State at Northern Colorado at Mont. St.-Billings DENVER

W 105-58 L 65-88 W 89-46 W 77-55 W 73-64 W 75-57 W 81-66 L 75-78 W 86-73 W 75-74 W 78-59 W 84-60 L 74-75 W 74-45 L 76-90 W 97-77 W 90-70 W 69-51 L 72-74 W 69-60 W 76-57 NORTHERN COLORADO W 72-64 AIR FORCE W 120-66 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 77-67 PROVIDENCE* L 78-89 PORTLAND STATE* W 102-83 TEXAS-EL PASO* L-OT 82-83 St. Cloud State# L-OT 89-91 ^Governor’s Cup - Fairbanks %Bentley Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational #NCAA North Central Reg. – Fargo, ND

1989-90 (18-9) ALASKA PACIFIC^ ALASKA FAIRBANKS^

W W

91-59 98-79

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W SIU-EDWARDSVILLE L CAL ST.-NORTHRIDGE W CAL ST.-NORTHRIDGE W UC RIVERSIDE W UC RIVERSIDE W at Texas-El Paso% L Nicholls State% W at Southern Utah L at Colorado Mines W at Denver W at Regis W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W DENVER L MSU BILLINGS L REGIS L at Metro State W at Air Force L at Mont. St.-Billings L METRO STATE W BOISE STATE* W WAKE FOREST* W SOUTH ALABAMA* W AIR FORCE W at Alaska Fairbanks L-3OT

94-56 74-77 92-71 84-63 101-61 78-62 62-86 74-51 64-66 102-76 72-65 82-81 101-79 73-76 73-76 77-84 80-62 79-87 73-103 104-52 77-76 87-84 88-87 101-75 101-104

^Alaska Governor’s Cup %UTEP Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

Head Coach

Milt Raugust 4 seasons 69-43 (.616) 1990-91 (21-7) at Alaska Fairbanks W 87-71 BENTLEY W 102-95 BENTLEY L 81-82 LAKE SUPERIOR STATE W 74-59 LAKE SUPERIOR STATE W 81-64 CHICO STATE W 88-69 CHICO STATE W 74-70 CAL ST.-LOS ANGELES W 72-60 CAL ST.-LOS ANGELES W 90-70 Saginaw Valley State^ W 68-54 at North Dakota State^ L 47-84 at Cal St.-Stanislaus W 85-67 at San Francisco State W 94-61 at Seattle University W 82-81 at Alaska Fairbanks W 74-73 GRAND CANYON W 90-76 GRAND CANYON W 80-60 MONT. ST.-BILLINGS L-OT 65-73 SACRAMENTO STATE W 69-67 at Mont. St.-Billings L 43-69 at Grand Canyon W 72-52 at Grand Canyon W 88-53 at Sacramento State L 71-89 at Seattle Pacific L 69-82

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GEORGIA STATE* L 51-53 TEX.-SAN ANTONIO* W-OT 97-89 NEW MEXICO STATE* W 102-88 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 103-72 ^North Dakota State Classic *Northern Lights Invitational

1991-92 (19-9) SILVER LAKE SILVER LAKE UC SANTA CRUZ UC SANTA CRUZ Bemidji State% North Dakota State% at South Dakota State at Humboldt State at Sonoma State at UC Riverside at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal St.-Los Angeles GRAND CANYON TEXAS A&I TEXAS A&I at Alaska Fairbanks PORTLAND STATE at Mont. St.-Billings at Portland State at Seattle Pacific at Grand Canyon SEATTLE PACIFIC MSU BILLINGS ALASKA FAIRBANKS BAYLOR* SE LOUISIANA* SACRAMENTO STATE* at Portland State^

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

93-42 102-54 122-34 110-35 69-56 62-83 85-73 85-66 73-56 69-52 54-66 70-64 82-62 79-69 66-46 65-70 64-87 74-65 64-70 60-70 65-63 86-84 82-72 80-63 73-78 80-73 68-73 76-101

%Dr Pepper Classic – Canyon, TX *Northern Lights Invitational ^NCAA II West Regional

1992-93 (11-15) EDINBORO W 77-76 EDINBORO L 64-73 EASTERN NEW MEXICO L 82-93 EASTERN NEW MEXICO L 59-83 Saint Martin’s^ L 67-74 at Pacific Lutheran^ L 58-62 SOUTHERN INDIANA L 85-93 SOUTHERN INDIANA W 102-84 at Cal State-Hayward W 97-62 Washburn% L 56-67 Cal Poly-SLO% W 81-65 NORWICH W 98-51 NORWICH W 95-49 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 74-57 at Portland State L 76-92 at Seattle Pacific L 54-80 at Alaska Fairbanks W 64-59 GRAND CANYON W 90-77 MSU BILLINGS L-OT 65-67 at Mont. St.-Billings W 69-53

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED at Grand Canyon PORTLAND STATE SEATTLE PACIFIC HAWAII* NE ILLINOIS*

L L L L W SOUTHERN METHODIST* L

47-75 51-65 64-77 65-80 73-69 60-68

^Pacific Lutheran Tournament %Cal State-Stanislaus Tournament *Northern Lights Invitational

1993-94 (18-12) MORNINGSIDE W MORNINGSIDE W COLO.-COLO. SPRINGS W COLO.-COLO. SPRINGS W MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS W MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS W California# L Wyoming# L George Mason# W SLIPPERY ROCK W SLIPPERY ROCK L at Chico State W at Fresno Pacific L Presbyterian% W Wis.-Stevens Point% W NE Missouri State% W MONTANA STATE* L NE LOUISIANA* L RHODE ISLAND* L SEATTLE PACIFIC W PORTLAND STATE W at Alaska Fairbanks W at Grand Canyon L at Mont. St.-Billings L at Seattle Pacific L at Portland State L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W GRAND CANYON W MSU BILLINGS W-OT at Mont. St.-Billings^ L

79-74 64-59 86-69 58-47 80-74 68-55 62-82 64-77 81-48 71-55 67-79 60-55 53-62 84-48 61-57 73-69 56-70 66-68 62-84 81-72 92-82 66-59 66-83 57-62 61-67 74-91 77-29 94-55 67-65 59-76

#Wahine Classic – Honolulu %Surf & Slam Classic – San Diego *Northern Lights Invitational ^NCAA II Tournament Play-In

Head Coach

Jerry McLaughlin 2.5 seasons 27-36 (.429)

CAL ST.-LOS ANGELES L 66-68 CAL ST.-LOS ANGELES W 77-67 UNC-GREENSBORO* L 76-83 GEORGIA TECH* W 87-85 WILLIAM & MARY* L 60-67 at Regis L 61-68 at Metro State W 66-51 LYNN L-OT 74-75 LYNN L 77-90 at Alaska Fairbanks W 103-64 SEATTLE PACIFIC L-OT 88-91 PORTLAND STATE L 63-83 at W. New Mexico L 77-89 at Mont. St.-Billings L 51-82 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 91-65 at Seattle Pacific L 61-89 at Portland State L 53-90 WESTERN NEW MEXICO L 65-88 MSU BILLINGS W 78-76 %NDSU Bison Classic *Northern Lights Invitational

1995-96 (15-12) CROWN CROWN CONCORDIA (CALIF.) CONCORDIA (CALIF.) Spring Arbor^ IUPU-Indianapolis^ KENTUCKY WESLEYAN KENTUCKY WESLEYAN UC RIVERSIDE UC RIVERSIDE ARIZONA STATE* LOYOLA MARYMOUNT* XAVIER* at Cal Poly-Pomona at Cal St.-Los Angeles LSU-SHREVEPORT LSU-SHREVEPORT ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Portland State at Seattle Pacific at Mont. St.-Billings at W. New Mexico at Alaska Fairbanks PORTLAND STATE SEATTLE PACIFIC MSU BILLINGS W. NEW MEXICO

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

127-30 114-31 100-83 76-64 91-71 63-67 84-65 73-54 61-73 68-62 77-78 87-81 64-77 56-74 90-72 133-73 122-50 76-67 59-83 69-99 58-82 79-93 80-65 65-80 83-79 64-81 76-85

^Wayne State (MI) Classic *Northern Lights Invitational

1994-95 (16-11) COLORADO MINES W 94-68 COLORADO MINES W 80-67 CAL STATE-STANISLAUS W 94-58 CAL STATE-STANISLAUS L 71-74 at North Dakota St.% L 56-100 Chico State% W 65-62 EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 88-68 EASTERN NEW MEXICO L 60-66

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1996-97 (6-20) Rollins% L Indiana (Pa.)% L LEWIS-CLARK STATE L LEWIS-CLARK STATE L SOUTHERN OREGON STATE 71-66 SOUTHERN OREGON STATE

59-65 62-65 70-73 40-84 W L

63-73 BRIGHAM YOUNG* MERCER* BOSTON COLLEGE*

^Elizabethtown Blue Jay Classic

L L L

62-91 52-58 35-66

Head Coach

Harry Larrabee 2.5 seasons 35-36 (.493) Kentucky^ L 41-76 Fairfield^ L 55-67 at North Florida L 68-74 at Flagler W 77-42 SAINT MARTIN’S W 64-56 SAINT MARTIN’S W-OT 81-77 MSU BILLINGS L 60-80 W. NEW MEXICO L 67-81 CENT. WASHINGTON W 73-69 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 74-67 at Seattle Pacific L 60-86 at Mont. St.-Billings L 60-102 Western New Mexico L 76-85 WESTERN WASHINGTON L 46-70 WESTERN WASHINGTON L 67-75 SEATTLE PACIFIC L 59-85 at Alaska Fairbanks L 69-77 *Northern Lights Invitational ^VU Wildcat Christmas Classic %Bellarmine Classic

*AT&T Alascom Jamboree ^CSUS Warrior Christmas Classic #Pac West Tourn. – Bellingham, WA

1997-98 (14-13) CHRISTIAN HERITAGE W CHRISTIAN HERITAGE W NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR W NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR W CS-DOMINGUEZ HILLS W CS-DOMINGUEZ HILLS L NORTHWEST (WASH.) W NORTHWEST (WASH.) W TEXAS A&M* L AKRON* L PEPPERDINE* L WAYNE (NEB.) STATE L WAYNE (NEB.) STATE W at W. New Mexico L at Elizabethtown^ W Wheaton (Ill.)^ W at Millersville W at Alaska Fairbanks L SEATTLE PACIFIC L MSU BILLINGS L W. NEW MEXICO W at The Master’s L at Clare.-Mudd-Scripps W at Mont. St.-Billings L at Seattle Pacific L at Saint Martin’s L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W

1998-99 (16-11) WARNER PACIFIC W 102-25 WARNER PACIFIC W 84-32 CAMERON* W 81-73 CAMERON* W 78-63 GRAND CANYON W 54-48 GRAND CANYON W 63-48 at Alaska Fairbanks L 55-83 N. COLORADO W-OT 65-62 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 72-63 Sonoma State^ L 47-50 at Cal St.-Stanislaus^ L 51-53 at Christian Heritage W 73-60 SAINT MARTIN’S W 78-70 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 64-57 at Simon Fraser L 47-59 Western Washington L 72-88 W. NEW MEXICO W 67-55 MSU BILLINGS L 44-46 at Western New Mexico L 61-67 at Mont. St.-Billings L 64-73 WESTERN OREGON L 58-66 HUMBOLDT STATE W 74-54 at Lewis-Clark State L 52-80 at Central Washington W 75-64 at Alaska Fairbanks W 78-61 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 68-55 Alaska Fairbanks# L 62-65

91-47 82-35 77-39 65-44 65-62 49-52 67-41 71-55 66-91 77-86 52-74 76-81 85-51 56-57 63-62 65-58 62-53 60-70 63-80 32-78 94-84 69-84 69-58 64-99 39-98 59-72 67-58

*Northern Lights Invitational

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Head Coach

Brandi Dunigan 4 seasons 50-57 (.467) 1999-00 (21-8) CHRISTIAN HERITAGE W CHRISTIAN HERITAGE W CAL ST.-STANISLAUS W CAL ST.-STANISLAUS W LOUISVILLE* L NORTHERN ARIZONA* L at Montana St.-Billings W at W. New Mexico W at Alaska Fairbanks W WESTERN OREGON W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W CENT. WASHINGTON W SAINT MARTIN’S W W. WASHINGTON L SEATTLE PACIFIC W at Saint Martin’s W at Central Washington L SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W at Western Washington L at Seattle Pacific W

84-29 52-34 79-69 66-48 58-69 64-69 76-68 78-66 50-45 65-61 76-67 62-41 67-46 58-65 64-56 60-44 63-74 68-48 59-76 85-72


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED MSU BILLINGS W. NEW MEXICO at Western Oregon at Humboldt State at Simon Fraser at Seattle University HUMBOLDT STATE Central Washington^ Western Washington^

L W W W L W W W L

66-68 58-44 59-48 62-50 59-71 86-55 80-54 76-58 59-78

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout ^NCAA West Regional — Pomona, CA

at Western Washington L HUMBOLDT STATE W WESTERN OREGON L at Northwest Nazarene L at Saint Martin’s L at Central Washington L at Seattle Pacific L ALASKA FAIRBANKS L W. WASHINGTON L SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L

54-72 66-53 56-73 67-93 54-76 54-74 69-80 62-67 75-83 55-80

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout %Lynn Shootout — Boca Raton, FL

2000-01 (13-14) SOUTHERN OREGON W SOUTHERN OREGON W LYNN L RHODE ISLAND* L VALPARAISO* L at Humboldt State L at Western Oregon L ALASKA FAIRBANKS L at Alaska Fairbanks L CENT. WASHINGTON L SAINT MARTIN’S W at Seattle Pacific L at Western Washington L at Northwest Nazarene L at Seattle University W W. NEW MEXICO W MSU BILLINGS W WESTERN OREGON W HUMBOLDT STATE W-OT at Saint Martin’s W at Central Washington L W. WASHINGTON W SEATTLE PACIFIC L SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W NW NAZARENE W at Montana St.-Billings L at W. New Mexico W

51-29 56-40 60-65 65-66 67-76 56-62 71-78 62-79 48-69 51-52 70-59 49-63 60-63 67-79 63-60 74-47 69-50 70-56 76-70 74-45 46-56 64-60 37-62 67-46 84-71 43-67 92-68

2002-03 (11-15) WARNER PACIFIC L WARNER PACIFIC W NEVADA* L EASTERN KENTUCKY* W SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W at Christian Heritage L at CS Dominguez Hills W PANHANDLE STATE W PANHANDLE STATE W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W at Western Oregon L at Humboldt State L-OT NW NAZARENE W SAINT MARTIN’S L at Seattle Pacific L at Central Washington L at Alaska Fairbanks L W. WASHINGTON L HUMBOLDT STATE W WESTERN OREGON L-OT at Saint Martin’s W-OT at Northwest Nazarene L SEATTLE PACIFIC L CENT. WASHINGTON L at Western Washington L at Seattle University W

51-53 75-46 49-67 77-74 70-63 49-52 65-59 77-53 80-65 66-65 50-59 74-79 80-68 55-77 57-90 40-78 57-68 56-73 69-57 64-68 78-75 63-86 78-93 59-77 56-83 73-59

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

2001-02 (5-22)

Head Coach

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE CHRISTIAN HERITAGE GONZAGA* MARQUETTE* LINCOLN CHRISTIAN LINCOLN CHRISTIAN at Western Oregon at Humboldt State MSU BILLINGS Bentley% Mercy (N.Y.)% SAINT MARTIN’S NW NAZARENE SEATTLE PACIFIC CENT. WASHINGTON at Alaska Fairbanks at Seattle University

L 51-68 W 67-54 L 45-98 L 50-88 W 88-32 W 75-21 L 51-113 L 55-66 L 54-82 L 63-92 W 70-44 L 74-79 L 56-77 L 55-87 L 55-78 L-OT 62-66 L 70-80

Jody Hensen 3 seasons 35-46 (.432) W W W W L L W L L L L

65-75 48-61 72-63 40-76 66-71 78-70 57-55 55-61 76-72 45-69 77-82 62-82 74-61 76-64 67-47 66-40

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout #Glacier Classic

59-49 65-49 61-59 61-58 53-54 58-64 72-58 54-62 65-67 41-64 59-68

HUMBOLDT STATE L WESTERN OREGON W at Alaska Fairbanks L at Central Washington L at Western Washington L SAINT MARTIN’S L SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L at Northwest Nazarene L at Seattle Pacific L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W W. WASHINGTON L CENT. WASHINGTON W at Seattle University L at Saint Martin’s W SEATTLE PACIFIC L NW NAZARENE W at Western Oregon W at Humboldt State L

67-75 64-45 72-80 54-93 44-94 61-62 43-60 55-66 74-88 67-61 62-74 70-64 40-51 65-58 34-67 68-39 68-49 51-60

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

2004-05 (9-18) ROCKY MOUNTAIN W LA.-LAFAYETTE* L EASTERN WASH.* L at Seattle Pacific L at Central Washington L WEST VIRGINIA TECH W WEST VIRGINIA TECH W Grand Canyon# L Fairmont State# L WESTERN STATE W WESTERN STATE W SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W W. WASHINGTON L ALASKA FAIRBANKS L at Western Oregon W at Humboldt State L NW NAZARENE L SAINT MARTIN’S L at W. Washington L at Seattle University W at Alaska Fairbanks L HUMBOLDT STATE L WESTERN OREGON W at Saint Martin’s L at Northwest Nazarene L CENT. WASHINGTON L SEATTLE PACIFIC L

66-58 48-88 69-82 64-94 67-85 65-63 82-47 69-84 68-82 78-52 64-49 63-62 59-61 50-83 71-65 46-61 58-61 56-68 56-87 56-51 33-78 55-71 69-53 46-59 67-81 56-64 50-66

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout #Glacier Classic — Fairbanks

2003-04 (13-14) CHRISTIAN HERITAGE CHRISTIAN HERITAGE MOUNT ST. MARY’S* CLEMSON* HUMBOLDT STATE WESTERN OREGON W. NEW MEXICO MSU BILLINGS# W. NEW MEXICO# at Utah Valley State at Westminster

at Northwest Nazarene L at Saint Martin’s L CENT. WASHINGTON W SEATTLE PACIFIC L at Seattle Univ. L-OT at W. Washington W at Alaska Fairbanks W SAINT MARTIN’S L NW NAZARENE W at Seattle Pacific L at Cent. Washington L-OT W. WASHINGTON L SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W at Western Oregon W at Humboldt State W

2005-06 (13-14) SAN DIEGO CHRISTIAN W SAN DIEGO CHRISTIAN W CENT. CONNECTICUT ST.* L FURMAN* L COLORADO CHRISTIAN W COLORADO CHRISTIAN W DIST. OF COLUMBIA W EASTERN NEW MEXICO W EASTERN NEW MEXICO W

72-64 78-49 51-77 54-74 73-47 70-29 66-60 64-59 62-61

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Head Coach

Tim Moser 4 seasons 108-20 (.844) 2006-07 (23-6) MID-CONTINENT MID-CONTINENT AIR FORCE* UC RIVERSIDE* vs Fort Lewis^ vs BYU-Hawaii^ BYU-HAWAII at CS Monterey Bay at CS Monterey Bay SW MINNESOTA ST.

W 102-53 W 80-36 W 62-60 W 72-67 W 62-45 W 85-54 W 80-60 W 79-70 W 75-68 W 70-62 NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR W 72-47 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 67-61 at Northwest Nazarene L 59-63 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 57-49 W. WASHINGTON W-OT 63-60 at Central Washington L 52-58 at Seattle Pacific L 52-68 at Alaska Fairbanks L-OT 83-85 WESTERN OREGON W 62-45 SAINT MARTIN’S W 85-59 at W. Washington W 61-45 at Seattle University W 47-38 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 64-61 CENT. WASHINGTON W 75-65 NW NAZARENE W 69-58 at Saint Martin’s L 57-69 at Western Oregon W 85-73 vs CS Dominguez Hills$ W 49-48 at UC San Diego$ L 51-66 *Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout ^Glacier Classic — Fairbanks $NCAA West Regional—La Jolla, CA

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2008-09 (31-4)

2009-10 (24-5)

LINCOLN CHRISTIAN W 93-22 LINCOLN CHRISTIAN W 85-16 CLEVELAND STATE% W-OT 80-72 SANTA CLARA% W 52-50 CHAMINADE^ W 98-31 MESA STATE^ W 94-58 CHAMINADE W 92-43 TEX.-PERMIAN BASIN W 88-55 TEX.-PERMIAN BASIN W 84-54 at Chaminade W 105-46 vs Nebraska-Kearney# L 63-72 at Hawaii Hilo# W 72-60 MSU BILLINGS W 68-66 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 69-44 at Northwest Nazarene W 52-50 at Seattle Pacific L 55-58 SAINT MARTIN’S W 63-52 WESTERN OREGON W 78-39 at Alaska Fairbanks W 61-46 at W. Washington W 52-48 at Central Washington W 57-40 SEATTLE PACIFIC L 77-78 NW NAZARENE W 68-55 at Western Oregon W 66-63 at Saint Martin’s W 49-44 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 68-54 CENT. WASHINGTON W 85-53 W. WASHINGTON W 65-53 at Seattle University L 64-67 at Montana St. Billings W 62-56 vs Sonoma State$ W 70-53 vs Chico State$ W 65-47 at Seattle Pacific$ W 50-44 vs Franklin Pierce! W-OT 71-65 vs Northern Kentucky! L 54-57

vs Columbus State# W vs Bentley# W vs Lake Superior St.# L-OT GEORGIAN COURT W COLORADO CHRISTIAN W COLORADO CHRISTIAN W CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE% W SYRACUSE% W MANSFIELD W MANSFIELD W CAL STATE STANISLAUS W CAL STATE STANISLAUS W KUYPER COLLEGE W KUYPER COLLEGE W at Saint Martin’s W at Western Oregon W at Alaska Fairbanks W NW NAZARENE W SEATTLE PACIFIC W WESTERN OREGON W SAINT MARTIN’S W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W at Montana St Billings W W. WASHINGTON W CENT. WASHINGTON W at Seattle Pacific L at Northwest Nazarene L at Central Washington W at W. Washington W MSU BILLINGS W vs NW Nazarene^ W vs UC San Diego^ W at Seattle Pacific^ W vs Clayton State$ W vs Minnesota State$ L

53-39 46-43 65-70 77-33 55-54 63-38 72-44 58-57 80-45 89-43 86-52 72-45 89-29 80-23 61-46 57-39 74-46 65-54 53-49 83-56 73-40 71-43 56-55 70-67 76-48 42-54 48-71 70-35 65-62 74-52 64-54 52-49 54-43 66-59 60-83

%Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout ^ Glacier Classic # Vulcan Wahine Classic — Hilo, HI $ NCAA West Regional — Seattle, WA ! NCAA Elite Eight — Kearney, NE

# Disney’s East Coast Tip-Off Classic — Orlando, FL % Great Alaska Shootout ^ NCAA West Regional — Seattle, WA $ NCAA Elite Eight — San Antonio, TX

HAWAII HILO W 100-48 HAWAII HILO W 102-44 COASTAL CAROLINA$ W 89-47 CINCINNATI$ W 49-48 vs Nyack% W 75-42 vs Nyack% W 70-62 BYU-HAWAII^ W 67-37 GRAND CANYON^ W 84-70 WESTERN STATE L 35-36 WESTERN STATE W 92-57 at Chaminade W 90-43 at Central Washington W 77-42 at Western Washington L 58-78 MSU BILLINGS W 85-63 SAINT MARTIN’S W 78-62 WESTERN OREGON W 68-54 at Seattle Pacific L 42-57 at Northwest Nazarene W 66-65 at Alaska Fairbanks W 81-48 W. WASHINGTON W 71-69 CENT. WASHINGTON W 76-52 at Western Oregon W 62-60 at Saint Martin’s W 83-49 at MSU Billings W 65-63 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 98-46 NW NAZARENE W 62-50 SEATTLE PACIFIC L 60-67 vs Cal Poly Pomona# W 69-50 at Seattle Pacific# L 48-52 $ Great Alaska Shootout % at Fairbanks ^ AT&T Classic # NCAA West Regional—Seattle

West Regional MVP Kalhie Quinones cuts down the net after the Seawolves upset unbeaten and 2nd-ranked Seattle Pacific, 50-44, to capture a berth in the 2008 Elite Eight.

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A

Abbas, Janelle........................................1995-96-97-98 Adams, Alicia .........................................................2001 ADEN, NIKKI ............................................ 2008-09-10 Alderman, Heidi ....................................1993-94-95-96 Alex, Charleen ................................................. 1979-80 Alex, Monique .......................................................1991 Anderson, Salina.............................................. 1996-97 Andrus, Keri ...........................................................1993 Angel, Marie ..........................................................1987 Archuleta, Megan ..................................................2005 Aschoff, Mary .................................................. 2003-04 Aspelund, Lorri ................................................ 1978-79

B

Barnhart, Tracia .....................................................1981 Basova, Dasha ................................................. 2008-09 Beason, Stephanie .................................................2005 Beckman, Stacey ............................................. 1982-83 Behimer, Carey ................................................ 1990-91 Behrends, Lindsay ...................................... 2002-03-04 Bellamy, Jodi ................................................... 1990-93 Bennett, Brenda ....................................................1980 Benson, Julie..........................................................1987 Berg, Sherri............................................................1993 Berkley, Donna ......................................................1980 Bishop, Cheryl .......................................1983-84-85-87 Blackburn, Karla ....................................................1982 Blair, Karen ............................................................1982 Bottoms, Dana.......................................1998-99-00-01 Brady, Kim .............................................................2006 Brassard, Noelle .............................................. 1986-87 Bro, Cassie .............................................................2005 Brooks, Sara...........................................................2003 Brooks, Keyona......................................................2007 Brown, Dana ..........................................................1981 Buchmann, Megan .......................................... 2000-01 Burch, Lisa .............................................................1989 Burleson, Lucrecia ........................................... 1990-91 Burnett, Tristan .......................................... 2006-07-09

C

Callahan (Riser), Mari ...................................... 2006-07 Carr, Ann ...............................................................2001 Carr, Courtney ............................................. 1999-2000 Cepin, Stacie .................................................... 1997-98 Chambers, Julie ........................................... 1999-2000 Chesla, Pam ..................................................... 1979-81 Church, Tirzah ............................................. 1999-2000 Clare, Debbie ................................................... 1984-85 Clure, Beth....................................................... 1991-92 Collins, Brittany ............................................... 2009-10 Cooper, Mary ........................................................1995 Cothren, Teri .........................................1995-96-97-98 Cubbedge, Jill ............................................. 1982-84-85 Cunningham, Erin ............................................ 2007-08

D

Davis, Deanna .......................................1983-84-85-86 Dawson, Jody ........................................................1978 Decker, Melanie ....................................................1989 DeBoer, Keri .................................................... 1984-85 Dekel, Danielle ................................................ 2008-09 Denman,Cynthia.............................................. 1978-79 Dickerson, Lori ................................................ 1982-83 Digerness, Jami ............................................... 1993-94 Dobrich, Diane ......................................1987-88-89-90 Doney, Carolyn ......................................1982-83-84-85

E

Elrod, Debbie.........................................................1988 Eppenger, Debra ...................................................1979 Eppenger, Rhodell .................................................1979

F

Fadness, Greta ......................................1988-89-90-91 Feay, Debra ...........................................................1980 Felton (Berg), Sherri ........................................ 1993-94 Fimple, Jan ............................................................1978 Flanigin, Suzy.........................................................1984

G

Gardner, Cathy ................................................ 1978-79 Gill, Sherri........................................................ 1985-86 Glines, Chelsey ......................................................2006 Glisky, Linda ..........................................................1989 Gourdin, Kelsie ......................................................2010 Graul, Lynette .......................................................1987 Graul, Robin ..........................................1986-87-88-89 Greene, Robin .......................................1978-79-80-81 Gronewald, Keri ....................................................1982 Gruwell, Tamar................................................ 2009-10 Gundersen, Diana ........................................... 2001-02 Gyllenberg, Laura ..................................................2005

H

Hale, Catherine ........................................... 1999-2000 Hames, Jackie .................................................. 1983-84 Harley, Kat .............................................................2007 Harris, Elisha.................................................... 2008-09 Harrison, Laurice ...................................1982-83-84-85 Hendry, Michelle ............................................. 1991-92 HERRIN, SARAH ................................................. 2010 Hicks, Darla ..................................................... 1991-92 Hinkle, Kathy ................................................... 1980-81 HORN, ALYSA .................................................... 2010 Horton, Sonya .......................................................1990 Hutsell, Jolyn .........................................................1995

I

Iwamasa, Melanie ...................................... 1994-95-96

P

Park, Veronica .......................................1985-86-87-88 Parks, Lillie ............................................................2008 Paulus, Sandy .................................................. 1990-91 Pavey, Coleen ........................................................1978 Pelleg, Limor............................................... 2006-07-08 Phillips, Connie ................................................ 1979-80 Price, Angel ..................................................... 1991-92 Priebe, Kim ...................................................... 1991-92

Q

Quinones, Kalhie ...................................................2008

R

Randolph, Mary.....................................................1978 Reilly, Jessica .........................................2002-03-04-05 Reilly, Kelly ...................................................... 1986-87 Rickstrew, Janet ....................................................1983 Riley, Michelle ................................................. 1996-97 Roberts, Kim .................................................... 1980-81 Robinson, Andrea..................................................1993 Robinson, Eva .................................................. 1980-81 Robinson, Robbie ............................................ 1986-87 Rogers, Leslee .......................................................1993 Rzeszut, Anne .................................................. 1985-86

J

Jacobson, Dorothy .......................................... 1981-82 Jobe, Wendi ............................................... 1992-93-94 JOHANSSON, HANNA ................................... 2009-10 Johnson, Stephanie ......................................... 2001-02 Jones, Lucy ...................................................... 1994-95 Jones, Sarah ..........................................................2006 Jordan, Bell...................................................... 2001-02

K

Kennedy, Sonya.....................................................1986 Kielpinski, Rebecca ................................2006-07-08-09 Killion, Kim ............................................................1984 Kohinka, Shelly ......................................................1983 Korpela, Amber .....................................................2000

L

Lamasko, Kelly .......................................................1983 Larrabee (Torrey),Kellie ............................98-99-00-01 Larrabee, Sarah .....................................2000-01-03-04 Larsen, Brooke ......................................................2010 Larsen, Kelsey........................................2003-04-05-06 Lane, Karmyn .................................................. 1993-94 Laraux, Jean...........................................................1990 Leman, Whitney ....................................................2004 LeMon, Rachel.......................................1995-96-97-98 Light, Elain .............................................................1985 Lockard (Macon), Tenecia ............................. 05-06-07 Long, Taylor ...........................................................2005

M

Manu, Pauline ................................................. 1990-91 MARTIN, JORDAN.............................................. 2010 Massey, Kamie Jo ............................................ 2003-04 Massey, Tiffany ............................................... 2000-01 McBRIDE, KAITLIN ............................................. 2010 McComsey, Lori.....................................................1983 McCray, Deidre .....................................................1981 McDonald, Stephanie ............................................1980 McDonough, Mary ................................................1985 McIntyre, Sharon ............................................ 1984-85 McKeen, Suzanne ..................................................1988 McWilliams, O’Lita ................................................2005 Mendenhall, Mindy ......................................... 2003-04 Middaugh, Tammy ................................................1982 Miller, Nicci ..................................................... 2009-10 Miller, Renee .............................................. 1995-96-97 Moses, Trudy.........................................................1991 Muldrow, Bettema ................................................1990 Mullican, Kelly .......................................1987-88-89-90

N

Gage, Chris ............................................................1981 Galvin, Debbie .......................................................1988 Galvin, Kim ............................................1986-87-88-89 Gardeline, Jennifer ..................................... 1999-00-01

O

Oda, Frances ................................................... 1994-95 Owen, Mary ..........................................................1979

Nasby, Amber........................................2002-03-04-05 NENBEE, TORLE ................................................. 2010 Newman, Amy.......................................................2000 Nilsson, Maria ................................................. 2007-08 Nizich, Tanya .........................................2001-02-03-04

S

Salazar, Jennifer .............................................. 2007-08 Septon, Deanna............................................... 1980-81 Shingleton, Heidi ............................................. 1998-99 Simmons, Rhonda .................................................1981 Smith, April...................................................... 1996-97 Smith, Stephanie ...................................1997-98-99-00 Smith, Darlene ................................................ 1988-90 Stassek, Nancy ........................................... 1978-79-80 Stepovich, Leah .....................................................2010 Stoddard, Jen .................................................. 2002-03 Stoetzel, Allegra ....................................1993-94-95-96 Stone, Jayci............................................................2007 Sturgis, Wendy ......................................1989-90-91-92 Sullivan, Sarah .......................................................1982 Swift, Mitsy ..................................................... 1987-88

T

Taborsky, Laura .....................................................2002 Taylor, Kiki ....................................................... 2009-10 Tegeler, Elke ..........................................................1985 Thiel, Jackie ...........................................................2009 Thompson, Ashley .................................................2008 Titus, Michelle ............................................ 1997-98-99 Trepl, Shelly...........................................................1984 Trotter, Christy ......................................................1994 Trump, Patty .........................................................1986

U

Urie, Audra ............................................................1990

V

Van Nortwick, Holly ..............................................1989 Van Weerdhuizen, Julia.........................................1993 Vaughan, Meghan .................................................2007 Vega, Jaeger .................................................... 1992-93 Volkman, Brooke ...................................................1997

W

Warnke, Angie.......................................1996-97-98-99 Warren, Sharon .....................................................1978 Weber, Julie .................................................... 1996-97 Welch, Sonya.........................................1986-87-88-89 Wells, Laura...........................................................1978 Wetherington, Julie......................................... 1982-83 Whitwell, Paula .....................................................1978 Wiles, Shelly ..........................................................1981 Wilhelm, Kim ................................................... 1980-81 Wilhelm, Regina ................................1998-99-2000-01 Williams, Ruby.......................................................2008 Wilson, Christa ......................................................2005 Wohlers, Viki ................................................... 2009-10

Z

Zaun, Melissa .................................................. 1993-94

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — INDIVIDUAL HONORS ALASKA ANCHORAGE HONOR ROLL ALL-AMERICAN 2009

Rebecca Kielpinski (WBCA—1st Team) (Daktronics—3rd Tm)

2008

Rebecca Kielpinski

(Women’s D-II Bulletin—2nd Tm) (WBCA—Honorable Mention)

2007

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Allegra Stoetzel (1st Tm) Allegra Stoetzel (3rd Tm)

NCAA II FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1986 Robin Graul

ALL-REGION 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2004 2003 2002 1996 1995 1989 1988 1987 1985

Nicci Miller (2nd Tm) Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) Rebecca Kielpinski (2nd Tm) Kamie Jo Massey (2nd Tm) Kamie Jo Massey Bell Jordan Heidi Alderman Heidi Alderman Allegra Stoetzel Robin Graul Robin Graul Robin Graul Debbie Clare

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 2008

Rebecca Kielpinski (GNAC) Rebecca Kielpinski

2007 1990 1989 1988 1987 1985

(GNAC, co-) Rebecca Kielpinski (GNAC) Diane Dobrich (CDC) Robin Graul (CDC) Robin Graul (CDC) Robin Graul (CDC) Cheryl Bishop (CDC)

CONFERENCE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2003

Kelsie Gourdin (GNAC, co-) Jackie Thiel (GNAC, co-) Kalhie Quinones (GNAC) Jayci Stone (GNAC) Kamie Jo Massey (GNAC)

CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2006

Rebecca Kielpinski (GNAC)

REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 2009

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2009 2008

ALL-CONFERENCE

2004

Rebecca Kielpinski

(Women’s D-II Bulletin—3rd Tm)

1996 1995

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 2009 Tim Moser (GNAC) 2007 Tim Moser (GNAC) 1988 Linda Bruns (CDC) 1986 Linda Bruns (CDC)

Tim Moser (WBCA)

Nicci Miller (1st Tm) Tamar Gruwell (2nd Tm) Kelsie Gourdin (HM) Hanna Johansson (HM) 2009 Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) Jackie Thiel (2nd Tm) Ruby Williams (HM) 2008 Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) Kalhie Quinones (2nd Tm) Maria Nilsson (2nd Tm) 2007 Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) Jayci Stone (2nd Tm) 2006 Rebecca Kielpinski (2nd Tm) 2004 Kamie Jo Massey (1st Tm) 2003 Kamie Jo Massey (1st Tm) 2002 Bell Jordan (1st Tm) 2001 Tiffany Massey (1st Tm) Dana Bottoms (2nd Tm) 2000 Tiffany Massey (1st Tm Stephanie Smith (2nd Tm) Tirzah Church (2nd Tm) 1999 Tirzah Church (1st Tm) 1998 Stacie Cepin (2nd Tm) 1997 Salina Anderson (2nd Tm) 1996 Allegra Stoetzel (2nd Tm) Heidi Alderman (2nd Tm) 1995 Heidi Alderman (2nd Tm) Allegra Stoetzel (2nd Tm) 1994 Allegra Stoetzel (2nd Tm) Christy Trotter (2nd Tm) Frances Oda (2nd Tm) 1992 Beth Clure (1st Tm) Wendy Hildman (2nd Tm) 1991 Wendy Sturgis (1st Tm) Beth Clure (2nd Tm) Greta Fadness (2nd Tm) 1990 Diane Dobrich (1st Tm) Wendy Sturgis (1st Tm) 1989 Robin Graul (1st Tm) Sonya Welch (1st Tm) 1988 Robin Graul (1st Tm) 1987 Robin Graul (1st Tm) 1986 Robin Graul (1st Tm) Deanna Davis (1st Tm) 1985 Cheryl Bishop (1st Tm) Debbie Clare (1st Tm)

2007

2010

ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE 2010

Nikki Aden Tamar Gruwell Sarah Herrin Hanna Johansson

2002 2001

2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

Nikki Aden Erin Cunningham Maria Nilsson Limor Pelleg Mari Callahan Limor Pelleg Meghan Vaughan Kamie Jo Massey Mindy Mendenhall Stephanie Johnson Tiffany Massey Megan Buchmann Jennifer Gardeline Stephanie Smith Stephanie Smith (1st Tm) Angie Warnke (1st Tm) Stephanie Smith (2nd Tm) Angie Warnke (2nd Tm) Salina Anderson (1st Tm) Allegra Stoetzel (1st Tm) Heidi Alderman (2nd Tm) Allegra Stoetzel (1st Tm) Heidi Alderman (2nd Tm) Allegra Stoetzel (2nd Tm) Heidi Alderman (2nd Tm) Jodi Bellamy (1st Tm) Kim Priebe (1st Tm) Greta Fadness (1st Tm) Greta Fadness (1st Tm) Greta Fadness (1st Tm) Suzanne McKeen (1st Tm) Mitsy Swift (1st Tm)

RETIRED JERSEYS No. 22 — Robin Graul No. 54 — Rebecca Kielpinski

SEAWOLF HALL OF FAME 2010 2006 2006 2004 2003 2001

Linda Bruns Allegra Stoetzel Harry Larrabee Cheryl Bishop Wendy Sturgis Robin Graul

1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

Sherri Berg Beth Clure Wendy Sturgis Diane Dobrich Robin Graul Robin Graul Robin Graul Robin Graul Debbie Clare Debbie Clare Janet Rickstrew Dorothy Jacobson Eva Robinson

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

Nikki Aden & Kiki Taylor Kiki Taylor & Ruby Williams Rebecca Kielpinski Keyona Brooks Kelsey Larsen Christa Wilson Jessica Reilly Jessica Reilly Jessica Reilly Tiffany Massey Tiffany Massey Stephanie Smith Stephanie Smith Rachel LeMon Melanie Iwamasa Allegra Stoetzel Christy Trotter Jami Digerness Michelle Hendry Michelle Hendry Wendy Sturgis Kim Galvin Veronica Park Kim Galvin Sherri Gill Sharon McIntyre

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER UAA ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2006-07 1995-96 1987-88

Rebecca Kielpinski Allegra Stoetzel Robin Graul

TEAM MVP 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 1993-94

Tamar Gruwell Rebecca Kielpinski Rebecca Kielpinski & Kalhie Quinones Rebecca Kielpinski Rebecca Kielpinski None awarded Kamie Jo Massey Sherri Felton

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2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98

Hanna Johansson & Leah Stepovich Hanna Johansson & Elisha Harris Maria Nilsson Meghan Vaughan None awarded O’Lita McWilliams Amber Nasby Kelsey Larsen Bell Jordan Diana Gundersen Kellie Torrey Dana Bottoms Angie Warnke


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — INDIVIDUAL HONORS ALASKA ANCHORAGE HONOR ROLL 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

Teri Cothren April Smith Janelle Abbas Wendi Jobe Keri Andrus Kim Priebe Angel Price Sonya Horton Diane Dobrich Sonya Welch Sonya Welch Sonya Kennedy Deanna Davis

1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

Pauline Manu Greta Fadness Melanie Decker Kelly Mullican Robbie Robinson Robbie Robinson Jill Cubbedge

2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06

HUSTLE AWARD Sarah Herrin Nikki Aden Jennifer Salazar Mari Callahan Rebecca Kielpinski

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92

Leah Stepovich Tamar Gruwell Erin Cunningham & Maria Nilsson Erin Cunningham & Tenecia Lockard Rebecca Kielpinski Tenecia Macon Sarah Larrabee Sara Brooks Kellie Larrabee Stephanie Johnson Angie Warnke Teri Cothren Julie Weber April Smith Frances Oda Frances Oda Wendi Jobe Darla Hicks

COACHES’ AWARD 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93

Tamar Gruwell Dasha Basova & Danielle Dekel Jennifer Salazar Jayci Stone Kelsey Larsen Kelsey Larsen None awarded Kelsey Larsen Jessica Reilly Megan Buchmann Catherine Hale Tirzah Church Kellie Torrey Michelle Titus Angie Warnke Lucy Jones Jami Digerness Andrea Robinson

Wendy Hildman Beth Clure Darlene Smith & Kelly Mullican Sonya Welch Kim Galvin & Suzanne McKeen Kelly Reilly Deanna Davis Cheryl Bishop

2000-01

TEAM CAPTAIN(S) 2009-10 Tamar Gruwell Kiki Taylor 2008-09 Tamar Gruwell Jackie Thiel 2007-08 Maria Nilsson Rebecca Kielpinski 2006-07 Mari (Riser) Callahan Tenecia Lockard Jayci Stone Meghan Vaughan 2005-06 Kelsey Larsen Mari Riser 2004-05 Taylor Long Jessica Reilly Stephanie Beason 2003-04 Sarah Larrabee Kamie Jo Massey Jessica Reilly 2002-03 Sarah Larrabee Kamie Jo Massey Jessica Reilly 2001-02 Bell Jordan Stephanie Johnson

1995-96

1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

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1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97

1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

Kellie Larrabee Tiffany Massey Regina Wilhelm Stephanie Smith Tirzah Church Angie Warnke Julie Chambers Janelle Abbas Teri Cothren Salina Anderson Michelle Riley Melanie Iwamasa Allegra Stoetzel Frances Oda Sherri Felton Jami Digerness Andrea Robinson Jodi Bellamy Darla Hicks Michelle Hendry Greta Fadness Pauline Manu Diane Dobrich Robin Graul Mitsy Swift Robbie Robinson Deanna Davis Sherri Gill Carolyn Doney Laurice Harrison

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CARRS/SAFEWAY GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT & DIV. I WINS

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AA hosts one of college basketball’s most prestigious tournaments every Thanksgiving week when it brings three Division I squads north for the Carrs/ Safeway Great Alaska Shootout. For the 31st women’s tourney in 2010, the Seawolves will welcome Kent State, San Jose State and Washington. With six Shootout championships, Division II UAA has established an unprecedented level of success against its D-I competition, including a current string of four straight titles. CARRS/SAFEWAY GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT HISTORY Year Champion Runner-Up Most Outstanding Player 1980 Iowa Alaska Anchorage Cindy Haugejordge (Iowa) 1981 San Diego State Houston Diena Pels (SDSU) 1982 Minnesota Indiana Laura Coenen (Minnesota) 1983 Old Dominion Wichita State Lorri Bauman (Drake) 1984 Texas UNLV Annette Smith (Texas) 1985 Louisiana Tech Penn State Dawn Royster (N. Carolina) 1986 Northeast Louisiana Southern Cal Lisa Ingram (NE Louisiana) 1987 New Orleans Memphis State Kunshinge Sorrell (Miss. St.) 1988 South Carolina UNLV Martha Parker (S. Carolina) 1989 Stephen F. Austin Old Dominion Connie Cole (S.F. Austin) 1990 Alaska Anchorage South Alabama Diane Dobrich (UAA) 1991 Northern Illinois Louisville Lisa Foss (No. Illinois) 1992 Penn State Mo.-Kansas City Susan Robinson (Penn St.) 1993 Hawaii Southern Methodist Valerie Agee (Hawaii) 1994-I Rhode Island Northeast Louisiana Dayna Smith (URI) 1994-II Clemson UCLA Tara Saunooke (Clemson) 1995 South Carolina Arizona State Shannon Johnson (S. Car.) 1996 Georgia Oregon Tracy Henderson (Georgia) 1997 Tennessee Wisconsin Chamique Holdsclaw (UT) 1998 No Tournament 1999 Kansas Louisville Lynn Pride (Kansas) 2000 Ohio State Rhode Island Jamie Lewis (Ohio State) 2001 Iowa Gonzaga Lindsey Meder (Iowa) 2002 Nevada Indiana Laura Ingham (Nevada) 2003 Alaska Anchorage Clemson Kamie Jo Massey (UAA) 2004 Stanford Louisiana-Lafayette Candice Wiggins (Stanford) 2005 Central Connecticut St. Arizona Gabriella Guegbelet (CCSU) 2006 Alaska Anchorage UC Riverside Rebecca Kielpinski (UAA) 2007 Alaska Anchorage Santa Clara Rebecca Kielpinski (UAA) 2008 Alaska Anchorage Syracuse Rebecca Kielpinski (UAA) 2009 Alaska Anchorage Cincinnati Nicci Miller (UAA)

LEFT: Chamique Holdsclaw led her unbeaten Tennessee squad to the 1997 title. RIGHT: Three-time tourney MVP Rebecca Kielpinski makes the game-winning layup against Santa Clara in 2007.

SEAWOLF GIANT KILLERS

Beginning with a 74-52 victory over Nevada in 1980, the Seawolves have a strong tradition of success against the giants of NCAA Division I basketball. UAA has a total of 33 wins over 30 programs, including such powers as Clemson, Wake Forest and Santa Clara. After beating Cincinnati to win their fourth straight Shootout title, the Seawolves have a current eight-game win streak against D-I foes, including their largest-ever win over a D-I club in last year’s 89-47 thrashing of Coastal Carolina.

UAA’s Kiki Taylor prepares to make a critical steal from Syracuse’s Chandrea Jones late in UAA’s 58-57 victory in 2008.

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SEAWOLF ADMINISTRATION & STAFF

FRAN ULMER

Chancellor – University of Alaska Anchorage

As chancellor of the University of Alaska Anchorage, Fran Ulmer brings to the position 30 years of experience of public policy in Alaska. Previously, Ulmer was a fellow at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Public Policy at the Institute of Social and Economic Research. In the early 1980s, Ulmer served as the Mayor of Juneau, then a member of the Alaska House of Representatives (1986-1994) and in 1994, she became the first female Lieutenant Governor of Alaska. In that year, she was appointed to the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission by President Bill Clinton and served on this international board for 11 years. She has participated in numerous panels, task forces, commissions and forums as a speaker, moderator and panelist to address the intersection of science, economics, politics and policy. Ulmer currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the National Parks Conservation Association, the Advisory Board of the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Alaska Nature Conservancy Board. She has a BA in political science and economics and a Law Degree from the University of Wisconsin.

DR. STEVE COBB

Director of Athletics – Univ. of Alaska Anchorage

In 10 seasons at the helm of the University of Alaska Anchorage athletic department, Dr. Steve Cobb has helped take Seawolf Athletics to unprecedented heights. Not only have the Seawolves excelled in the field of competition, but the foundation for future success has been set in several ways. The 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10 campaigns were three of the most memorable in school history, highlighted by three Final Four appearances for Seawolf basketball teams (women twice, men once), and NCAA top-15 finishes for men’s and women’s cross country, skiing (three times), and men’s track & field (twice). With UAA’s concurrent NCAA basketball runs in 2008, UAA became just the second school in Division II history to qualify both its men’s and women’s squads for the national semifinals. Under Dr. Cobb’s leadership, a planning phase is also under way for the construction of a new on-campus sports facility at UAA. He has also recently overseen several upgrades to UAA’s current facilities, including the installation of a new gym floor and bleachers and the construction of the All-American/Academic All-American honors wall. In 2005, Dr. Cobb helped establish the Seawolf Legacy Fund to provide a permanent endowment fund that will ensure full funding for future athletic scholarships at UAA. Seawolf Legacy surpassed the $1 million mark in donations in early 2008. Early in his tenure, he was the driving force behind the establishment of the Seawolf Hall of Fame and was instrumental in negotiating naming-rights agreements for the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, Kendall Hockey Classic and Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational volleyball tournaments. The Alabama native has also overseen the creation of the Hockey Classic Wall of Champions above the Seawolves’ practice rink, as well as men’s and women’s Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout champions displays in the gymnasium. A former football coach, Dr. Cobb served as the athletic director at Georgia Southwestern State University before coming to UAA. In five years at Georgia Southwestern, Dr. Cobb raised the Hurricanes’ overall program to become one of the most successful in the nation, making the NAIA national playoffs in six of its seven sports and winning multiple conference championships in men’s and women’s basketball, softball and volleyball. From 1992-95, Dr. Cobb was an assistant athletic director at Iowa Wesleyan College, where he served as the football team’s defensive coordinator and special teams coach. He also had stints as an assistant football coach at East Texas State University (1990-92) and Sul Ross State University (1988-90). A 1981 graduate of the University of Montevallo, Dr. Cobb also holds a Doctorate of Education degree from East Texas State as well as a Master of Business Administration degree from St. Ambrose University and a Master of Education degree from Sul Ross State. Dr. Cobb and his wife Sandra reside in East Anchorage.

UAA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF COACHES BASKETBALL (Men) Head Coach: Rusty Osborne Assistant: Ryan Orton Grad. Assistant: Casey Reed BASKETBALL (Women) Head Coach: Tim Moser Assistant: Rebecca Alvidrez Grad. Assistant: Tamar Gruwell CROSS COUNTRY (Men & Women) Head Coach: Michael Friess Assistant: T.J. Garlatz Grad. Assistant: David Kiplagat GYMNASTICS Head Coach:Paul Stoklos Assistant: Tami Monette HOCKEY Head Coach: Dave Shyiak Associate Head Coach: Campbell Blair Assistant: Ryan McKelvie SKIING Head Coach: Trond Flagstad Assistants: Sparky Anderson, Mandy Kaempf Graduate Assistant: Julie-Pierre Leclerc TRACK & FIELD (Men & Women) Head Coach: Michael Friess Assistants: T.J. Garlatz, Rafael Echavarria Grad Assts.: David Kiplagat, Ryan McWilliams VOLLEYBALL Head Coach: Chris Green Assistant: Nicky Rose Graduate Assistant: Emily Sakis

ADMINISTRATION Dr. Steve Cobb . . . . . . . Dede Allen . . . . . . . . . . . Tim McDiffett . . . . . . . . Jane Pallister . . . . . . . . . Tlisa Northcutt . . . . . . . SPORTS INFORMATION Nate Sagan . . . . . . . . . . Dallas Baldwin . . . . . . . . SPORTS MEDICINE Chris Volk. . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Lechtenberg . . . . Kelly Ranstead. . . . . . . . BUSINESS OFFICE Robin Calvert. . . . . . . . . Diana Campbell . . . . . . . Rhea Cardwell . . . . . . . . Shawna Palmer . . . . . . . Roxanne Swallows . . . . Mary Beth Wooden . . . REC SPORTS Levi Althens . . . . . . . . . . Ed Barker . . . . . . . . . . . . Brent Gordon . . . . . . . . Tony Houston . . . . . . . . Robin Inman . . . . . . . . . Bryan Leiser . . . . . . . . . . Muzette Nelson . . . . . . Alan Piccard. . . . . . . . . . Kevin Silver . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Warren . . . . . . . . Julie Weber . . . . . . . . . .

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Director of Athletics Associate A.D./Compliance Associate A.D./External Associate A.D./Internal Development Director Director Assistant Director Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Travel Coordinator Fiscal Technician Administrative Assistant Admin. Asst. – Tickets Fiscal Manager Ticket Manager Facility Maintenance Facility Maintenance Program Supervisor Assist. Director/Operations Program Supervisor Special Events Manager Program Supervisor Assist. Director/Programs Associate A.D./WFSC Office Manager Intramurals Director

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ACADEMICS The University of Alaska Anchorage is the state’s largest, most comprehensive university, serving nearly 20,000 students through four primary campuses and numerous other sites in Southcentral Alaska and the Aleutian Chain. Situated in the heart of Alaska’s biggest city, UAA is nestled in the middle of a greenbelt, surrounded by ponds, lakes and wildlife, and is connected to a city-wide trail and transportation system. UAA is comprised of six teaching units at the Anchorage campus — the colleges of Education, Health & Social Welfare, Arts & Sciences, Business & Public Policy; the Community & Technical College; and the School of Engineering. Organized research units at UAA complement the academic programs and reflect the special character of the University’s mission in Alaska. Research units include the Alaska Center for International Business, the American Russian Center, the Environment and Natural Resources Institute, the Center of Alcohol and Addiction Studies, the Center for Economic Education, the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies, the Center for Human Development, the Institute of Social and Economic Research and the Justice Center. UAA operates on a semester system. Fifteen semester credits are a normal class load and a minimum of 120 credits are required to complete a bachelor’s degree.

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SEAWOLF ATHLETICS

Nicknamed the Seawolves, UAA’s athletic teams compete as members of NCAA Division I in men’s ice hockey and women’s gymnastics and NCAA Division II in all other sports, including men’s and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s skiing, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, and women’s cross country. UAA annually hosts the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout men’s and women’s basketball tournament — recognized as one of the top in-season tournaments in the nation — as well as the Kendall Hockey Classic and the Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational volleyball tournament. Since joining the NCAA ranks in 1977, UAA has become a perennial national power in many of its sports. A total of 150 Seawolves have earned All-America honors, and UAA has produced 15 individual national champions since 1991. The Seawolves are coming off perhaps the most successful year in program history in 2009-10, including a fourth straight NCAA appearance for women’s basketball. The women’s cross country team recorded its first-ever GNAC and West Region titles before finishing a program-best 5th place at the NCAAs, while the volleyball team completed the best season in school history with a 23-8 overall record and its first GNAC title and first-ever NCAA Tournament victory. Seawolves student-athletes have enjoyed unprecedented success in the classroom, compiling a cumulative GPA of 3.0+ in 13 of the last 16 years.


MUNICIPALITY OF

ANCHORAGE W

ith city boudaries that stretch to nearly the size of the state of Delaware, more than 275,000 people are lucky to call Anchorage home. On a global scale, Anchorage is located as far north as Helsinki, Finland, and as far west as Honolulu, Hawaii. Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city (more than four times larger than the second-largest town), an international air crossroads, and the business and cultural center of the state. Almost 300 flights arrive daily at Anchorage International Airport. Anchorage is a recreational paradise as well, boasting more than 14,000 acres of parkland and nearly 300 miles of paved and wilderness biking, skiing and hiking trails. In addition, the city sports dozens of

lakes, softball, baseball and soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts, and six scenic golf courses. Chugach State Park is located 15 minutes from downtown Anchorage. With 495,000 acres, Chugach is the third-largest state park in the United States and offers a variety of year-round recreation, including hiking, mountain biking, camping, cross country skiing and wildlife viewing. Due to the warming effects of the Pacific Ocean currents and protection from the Chugach Mountains, Anchorage is located in Alaska’s so-called banana belt. Anchorage’s climate resembles that of San Francisco in the summer (highs of 75 degrees) and a Rocky Mountain ski resort in the winter (lows of 20

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STATE OF

ALASKA A

laska is the largest state in the union — one-fifth the size of the contiguous 48 states and more than twice the size of the second largest state, Texas. Although Minnesota is called the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Alaska holds the real title in that department with more than three million lakes. Alaska has 39 different mountain ranges, three of which can be seen from Anchorage. The 49th State is home to Mt. McKinley, the highest peak in North America (20,320 feet). Mt. McKinley, located in the heart of Denali National Park and Preserve, is over 200 miles north of Anchorage and can be seen from the city on clear days. Denali National Park is over six million acres and features great wildlife viewing and colorful wilderness expanses.

degrees). Low humidity also contributes to Anchorage’s comfortable climate. The residents of the city share the Anchorage bowl with more than 1,000 Moose, which are often seen on UAA’s campus throughout the year. In addition, black bears, grizzlies, foxes, wolves, lynx, wolverines, Dall sheep and bald eagles are just some of the animals that make their homes here. Salmon fishing is more than a pastime to Anchorage residents. Red and King Salmon can be caught from the many rivers and creeks that run through the city.

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