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2016-17 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 6 at Washington State (ex.) 1 pm 11 CAL STATE LOS ANGELES 7 pm 12 ACADEMY OF ART 5 pm 17 POST 7 pm 18 POST 8 pm GCI GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT 22 Missouri State vs USC 5 pm 22 UAA vs PORTLAND 7:30 pm 23 Third-Place Game 2 pm 23 Championship Game 4:30 pm DECEMBER 1 SIMON FRASER* 3 WESTERN WASHINGTON* 10 at Alaska Fairbanks* 13 at BYU-Hawaii 14 at Chaminade 17 at Hawaii-Hilo 31 at Montana State Billings*

7 pm 2 pm 2 pm 8 pm 6 pm 5 pm 3 pm

JANUARY 5 at Western Oregon*

6 pm

7 12 14 19 21 24 26

at Concordia* CENTRAL WASHINGTON* NORTHWEST NAZARENE* at Seattle Pacific* at Saint Martin’s* ALASKA FAIRBANKS MONTANA STATE BILLINGS*

FEBRUARY 2 CONCORDIA* 4 WESTERN OREGON* 9 at Northwest Nazarene* 11 at Central Washington* 16 SAINT MARTIN’S* 18 SEATTLE PACIFIC* 23 at Western Washington* 25 at Simon Fraser*

6 pm 7 pm 7 pm 6 pm 6 pm 7 pm 7 pm 5:15 pm 1 pm 5 pm 6 pm 7 pm 5 pm 6 pm 4:15 pm

MARCH 2-4 GNAC Tournament (Lacey, Wash.) 10-13 NCAA D-II West Regional Championships (TBD) 21-24 NCAA D-II Elite 8 (Columbus, Ohio) * Great Northwest Athletic Conference game Home games in CAPS at Alaska Airlines Center


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QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Name: University of Alaska Anchorage Location: 3211 Providence Dr. Anchorage, AK 99508 Founded: 1977 Enrollment: 16,463 Nickname: Seawolves Colors: Green & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Great Northwest Athletic Conf. Chancellor: Tom Case Athletics Director: Keith Hackett Athletic Dept. Phone: 907-786-1250 Ticket Office Phone: 907-786-1293

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Ryan McCarthy, 5th year at UAA Alma Mater: Northwest Nazarene, 2006 Record at UAA: 103-24, 4 years Career: 117-37, 5 years Office Phone: 907-786-1040 Email: rmmcarthy@alaska.edu Assistant Coach: Shaina Afoa, 5th year Alma Mater: Central Washington, 2011 Office Phone: 907-786-1228 Email: smafoa@alaska.edu Assistant Coach: Alysa Horn, 2nd year Alma Mater: UAA, 2013 Office Phone: 907-786-4839 Email: aahorn@alaska.edu

TEAM INFORMATION 2015-16 Record: 38-3 2015-16 GNAC Record/Finish: 18-2 (1st) 2016 GNAC Tournament Finish: 1st 2016 NCAA Tourney Finish: National Runner-Up Final Nat’l Rankings: WBCA-2nd / D2SIDA-3rd 2015-16 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Redshirts Returning: 1 Newcomers (non-redshirts): 7 Home Arena: Alaska Airlines Center (5,000)

PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Women’s Basketball: 1977-78 All-Time Record: 674-446 (.602) NCAA Appearances: 15 (Last–2016)

MEDIA RELATIONS Director/W.Basketball Contact: Nate Sagan Office Phone: 907-786-1295 E-Mail: nate@uaa.alaska.edu Associate Director: Dallas Baldwin Office: 907-786-4625 E-Mail: dallas@uaa.alaska.edu

SOCIAL MEDIA Official Website: GoSeawolves.com Twitter: @UAASeawolves and @UAAWBB Facebook: Alaska Anchorage Seawolves and University of Alaska Anchorage Women’s Basketball

Instagram: @AlaskaAnchorage SnapChat: UAA Seawolves ON THE COVER: Left-to-right, seniors Alysha Devine, Kiki Robertson and Autummn Williams. The 2016-17 UAA Women’s Basketball media guide is produced by Nate Sagan of the UAA Media Relations office, with editorial assistance and cover design by Dallas Baldwin. Photography by Sam Wasson, Adam Phillips and others. 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.

2016-17 Schedule ..............................................................................................Inside Front Cover Quick Facts/Table of Contents/Media Information ....................................................................... 1 2016-17 Season Preview................................................................................................................ 2 2016-17 Team Photo & Roster ...................................................................................................... 3 Head Coach Ryan McCarthy ......................................................................................................... 4 Assistant Coaches & Support Staff ............................................................................................... 5

SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES

Returning Players – Seniors Alysha Devine ........................................................................................................................6-7 Kiki Robertson .......................................................................................................................8-9 Returning Players – Juniors & Sophomores Sierra Afoa............................................................................................................................... 10 Tara Thompson........................................................................................................................ 11 Hannah Wandersee .................................................................................................................. 12 Newcomers & Returning Redshirts Shelby Cloninger, Yazmeen Goo, Kaitlyn Hurley ................................................................. 13 Kimijah King, Zhara Laster, Dominique Thomas .................................................................. 14 Autummn Williams ................................................................................................................. 15

UAA STATISTICS/RECORDS/HISTORY

2015-16 Seawolf Year in Review...........................................................................................16-17 Great Northwest Athletic Conference ......................................................................................... 17 Seawolf Record Book All-Time Individual Records................................................................................................... 18 All-Time Team Records .......................................................................................................... 19 All-Time Single-Season & Career Leaders........................................................................20-23 Year-by-Year Team and Coaching Records ........................................................................... 24 NCAA Tournament History .................................................................................................... 25 All-Time Series vs. Opponents ..........................................................................................26-27 Year-by-Year Team Statistics ................................................................................................. 27 All-Time Results ................................................................................................................28-33 All-Time Letterwinners ........................................................................................................... 34 Honor Roll ..........................................................................................................................35-37 GCI Great Alaska Shootout..................................................................................................... 38

UAA & ALASKA

QUICK FACTS ∙ TABLE OF CONTENTS ∙ MEDIA INFO

SEAWOLF

The Alaska Airlines Center .................................................................................................39 UAA Administration............................................................................................................40 Anchorage & Alaska.......................................................................................... Inside Back Cover This is UAA!................................................................................................................. Back Cover

PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS Alaska Dispatch News

Denali Media

KTUU-TV (NBC – Channel 2)

The Northern Light

KTVA-TV (CBS Ch. 11)

KRUA Radio (88.1 FM)

Beth Bragg — Sports Editor 300 W. 31st Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503 Phone: (907) 257-4335 Kevin Wells — Sports Director 501 E. 40th Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503 Phone: (907) 762-9228 Dave Goldman — Sports Director 1001 Northway Dr., #202, Anchorage, AK 99507 Phone: (907) 274-1111

KYUR/KTBY-TV (ABC Ch. 13/FOX Ch. 4) Jessica Gruenling — Sports Director 2700 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK 99507 Phone: (907) 561-1313

Gary Donovan — General Manager 1001 Northway Dr., #202, Anchorage, AK 99507 Phone: (907) 274-1111 University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-1567 University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-6803

MEDIA GUIDELINES

For credentials or interview requests, please contact the UAA Media Relations office at least one day in advance. Media Relations produces weekly press releases and game notes complete with statistics for each sport during the season.

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2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEASON PREVIEW

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fter undoubtedly posting the best season in program history, the 2016-17 are certainly not in denial that they’ll have a tough act to follow. Last year’s club went 38-3 (setting an NCAA Div. II record for victories), claimed its second straight Great Northwest Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament titles, and came up just five points shy in the National Title Game against an undefeated opponent. With seven seniors – including three starters and an All-American – departed from that roster, head coach Ryan McCarthy has reloaded with another excellent recruiting class to complement five returning letterwinners and one returning freshman redshirt. “We definitely set the bar high last year – there’s no denying that,” said McCarthy, who has led UAA to a 67-5 record over the past two seasons and earned consecutive West Region Coach of the Year honors. “But with our two starters and other proven veterans, I feel confident that we have the talent and the kind of leadership that sets an example for our new players and instills our championship culture.” Leading the way are two 4th-year senior starters – Alysha Devine and Kiki Robertson – who have piled up multiple accolades throughout their careers. A local product from Wasilla, Devine was an honorable mention All-GNAC performer and the West Regional Championships MVP last year, averaging 8.6 points and 5.0 rebounds per contest. The 6-foot forward and team captain also shot 45 percent from long range and scored double figures in 15 of the final 23 games as a junior. Meanwhile, Robertson claimed her second straight GNAC Tournament MVP trophy and third straight Second Team All-GNAC award last year, helping the Seawolves lead the nation in steals per game for the third year in a row. The Honolulu native and 2015-16 GNAC Defensive Player of the Year is already UAA’s career assists leader (528) and enters November just four shy of the GNAC record. Robertson also begins 2016-17 as the NCAA Div. II active leader in assists and assists per game (5.4), and No. 2 in steals (273) and steals per game (2.8). The three additional returning letterwinners bring a combined four years of playing experience and each has benefitted from redshirting, led by junior forward Sierra Afoa. Coming off the bench in 69 of 70 games, the local Dimond High product has been a super sub the last two years, averaging 4.1 points and 4.1 rebounds in just 15 minutes per outing. Fellow former Alaska prep stars Hannah Wandersee (4.8 ppg, 2.7

LEFT: Junior forward Sierra Afoa has been one of UAA’s most consistent players off the bench in her first two seasons. BELOW: Sophomore shooting guard Tara Thompson gives the Seawolves an experienced long-range threat.

rpg, .532 FG) – a 6-1 post from Kodiak – and Tara Thompson (3.5 ppg, .337 3FG) – a shooting guard from Dimond High – should be ready to increase their contributions as well. The final returnee from last year’s team is redshirt freshman point guard Yazmeen Goo, who was impressive in practice and could make a significant impact in her debut campaign. Six newcomers join the ‘Mayhem’ – the program’s mantra for its unique, fullcourt style – in 2016-17, including two players with NCAA Div. I experience. Senior transfer Autummn Williams comes to UAA directly from 20-win Div. I program Arkansas Little Rock, following a standout career at JC national-title program Trinity Valley (Texas) Community College. Originally from New York, the 5-10 forward was listed by ESPNW as the No. 38 JC recruit in the country in 2015. Junior forward Shelby Cloninger played

her freshman season at D-I Utah State in 2013-14 before returning to her home state to lead North Idaho College with 13.5 points per game last season. She will team up front with power forward Dominique Thomas, another 6-footer, who averaged 12.6 points and 7.6 rebounds as a First Team NJCAA All-Region XIV pick at Kilgore (Texas) College. In the backcourt, junior Kaitlyn Hurley is a sharp-shooting guard from Roy, Utah, who helped Snow College to 40 wins over the past two seasons as the program’s leading scorer. She will be complemented by fellow JC transfer Zhara Laster, who earned 2015-16 NWAC Northern Region Defensive Player of the Year honors, posting nine double-doubles and leading Peninsula (Wash.) College to its first-ever league title. Seattle native Kimijah King is the team’s lone true freshman, coming north after earning All-Metro honors as a senior at Lakeside High.


2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2016-17 SEAWOLF ROSTER

2016-17 Alaska Anchorage Seawolves Standing (le -to-right): Yazmeen Goo, Alysha Devine, Hannah Wandersee, Shelby Cloninger, Dominique Thomas, Sierra Afoa Seated (l-r): Kaitlyn Hurley, Tara Thompson, Kiki Robertson, Autummn Williams, Kimijah King, Zhara Laster

NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 2 3 4 5 10 11 15 20 21 23 24 32

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Kimijah King G 5-7 Fr. HS Seattle, Wash. (Lakeside HS) Tara Thompson G 5-7 So. 1V Anchorage, Alaska (Dimond HS) Zhara Laster G 5-9 Jr. TR St. Mary’s County, Md. (Sedona Red Rock [Ariz.] HS/Peninsula [Wash.] Coll.) Dominique Thomas F 6-0 Jr. TR Tyler, Texas (Lee HS/Kilgore College) Yazmeen Goo G 5-10 Fr. RS Daly City, Calif. (Westmoor HS) Shelby Cloninger F 6-0 Jr. TR Kamiah, Idaho (KHS/Utah State/North Idaho College) Alysha Devine F 6-1 Sr. 3V Wasilla, Alaska (Wasilla HS) Hannah Wandersee F/C 6-1 So. 1V Kodiak, Alaska (Kodiak HS) Kaitlyn Hurley G 5-9 Jr. TR Roy, Utah (Roy HS/Snow College) Kiki Robertson G 5-5 Sr. 3V Honolulu, Hawaii (Mid-Pacific Institute) Sierra Afoa F 5-10 Jr. 2V Anchorage, Alaska (Dimond HS) Autummn Williams F 5-10 Sr. TR Rochester, N.Y. (Kennedale [Texas] HS/Trinity Valley CC/UALR) HEAD COACH: Ryan McCarthy (Northwest Nazarene, ’06), 5th season at UAA (103-24); 6th overall (117-37) ASSISTANT COACHES: Shaina Afoa (Central Washington, ’11), 5th season; Alysa Horn (UAA, ’13), 2nd season VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH: Patrick Flanigin (Wyoming, ’77) PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Afoa — uh-FOE-uh Alysha — ah-LEE-shuh Cloninger — KLONN-in-gur (hard ‘g’) Kimijah — k’MY-zhuh Yazmeen — YAZZ-meen Zhara —ZAH-ruh

SEAWOLVES BY CLASS Seniors (3): Devine, Robertson, Williams Juniors (5): Afoa, Cloninger, Hurley, Laster, Thomas Sophomores (2): Thompson, Wandersee Freshmen (2): Goo, King

SEAWOLVES BY STATE Alaska (4): Afoa, Devine, Thompson, Wandersee California (1): Goo Hawaii (1): Robertson Idaho (1): Cloninger Maryland (1): Laster New York (1): Williams Texas (1): Thomas Utah (1): Hurley Washington (1): King

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Head Coach RYAN McCARTHY

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ne of the brightest coaching talents in the NCAA ranks, Ryan McCarthy begins his fifth year at the helm of the Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball program in 2016-17, having already taken the Seawolves to unprecedented heights. An Anchorage native, McCarthy has led his hometown program to a 67-5 record over the past two campaigns, capturing two Great Northwest Athletic Conference regular-season and postseason tournament titles, ascending to No. 1 in the national poll for eight total weeks, and reaching the 2016 NCAA National Title Game. Following a 29-2 campaign in 201415, UAA recorded a 38-3 mark in 201516 to set a new NCAA Div. II standard for victories in a season – among five NCAA records broken by last year’s club. McCarthy repeated as the NCAA Div. II West Region Coach of the Year and was the 2014-15 GNAC Coach of the Year, piloting squads that have broken over 50 school records in a two-year span. Playing his program’s signature up-tempo ‘Mayhem’ style, the Seawolves led NCAA Div. II in steals per game for the third straight season in 2015-16, while coming just shy of pacing the nation in margin of victory for the second year in a row. The past two UAA teams have also earned top-10 national ranks in scoring offense, turnover margin and rebound margin, while producing two GNAC Newcomers of the Year (Megan Mullings & Keiahnna Engel), the 2014-15 GNAC Defensive Player of the Year and back-to-back GNAC Tournament MVP (Kiki Robertson), and the 2015-16 GNAC Player of the Year (Mullings, who was also tabbed as an All-American). Since taking the reins in 2012, McCarthy’s teams have improved both their overall (17, 19, 29, 38) and GNAC (11, 12, 17, 18) victory totals each year -- a figure that doesn’t even include a 67-61 exhibition road win over Pacific-12 Conference foe Utah in Nov. 2014.

THE McCARTHY FILE Educa on: B.S., Social Science Educa on, Northwest Nazarene, 2006 Record at UAA: 103-24, 4 seasons Overall Record: 117-37, 5 seasons Hometown: Anchorage NCAA Tournaments: 3 (2014, 2015, 2016) NCAA Elite 8/Na onal Runner-Up: 2016 Conference Titles: 2 reg. season/2 tourney 2014-15 & 2015-16 NABC D-II West Region Coach of the Year 2014-15 GNAC Coach of the Year

In 2013-14, McCarthy’s Seawolves finished 19-9 overall and made the NCAA playoffs for the first time under his leadership. UAA led the nation with 14.3 steals per game and was the highest-scoring team in the GNAC at nearly 80 points per contest. Despite a shortened roster, McCarthy’s first Seawolf squad rallied for a seven-game win streak to close the 2012-13 regular season and a third-place tie in the final GNAC standings at 11-7. In four seasons under McCarthy, the Seawolves have produced nine 1st- or 2ndteam All-GNAC honorees, 13 Academic All-GNAC performers, and seen four players ascend to the professional ranks. Teamwise, UAA has posted victories over four NCAA Div. I teams, six NCAA Div. II nationally ranked teams, and perfect 8-0 marks against league rivals Seattle Pacific, Alaska Fairbanks and Western Oregon.

Prior to UAA, McCarthy spent five seasons at GNAC rival Northwest Nazarene from 2007-12. At NNU, he served as an assistant, interim head coach and associate head coach, helping the Crusaders to two NCAA Tournament berths and a .633 winning percentage during that stretch. After helping NNU to a 56-27 record as assistant coach from 2007-10, McCarthy stepped up as acting head coach in 2010-11 and led the Crusaders to a 14-13 record and a bid to the inaugural GNAC Tournament. In 2011-12, McCarthy was named associate head coach and helped pilot NNU to an 18-10 season. McCarthy played professionally for Tus Bramsche in Bramsche, Germany, in 200607, where he led the league in three-pointers and free throw percentage. He spent 2006 with the Central Oregon Hotshots of the International Basketball League, averaging 16 points, four assists and four rebounds per game. A 4-year starter and 3-year captain for the Crusaders from 2002-06, McCarthy was NNU’s Orrin Hills Male Athlete of the Year for 2005-06. He ranks third in program history with 256 treys over his career, setting the then-GNAC single-season record with 102 three pointers in 2005-06. Overall he posted 1,161 career points for the Crusaders. McCarthy graduated from NNU in 2006 with a B.S. in social science education. He and his wife Jenny have two young children, Donovan and Aurora.


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nchorage native Shaina Afoa returns to the Seawolf coaching staff for her fifth season overall in 2016-17 and her second as the program’s top assistant. Since joining Ryan McCarthy’s staff, Afoa has helped the Seawolves to a 10324 overall record, three NCAA Tournamanet berths, and backto-back GNAC regular-season and tournament titles. In her first year as the lead assistant coach, UAA also captured the NCAA West Region title and earned its first-ever berth in the National Title Game. In addition to administrative and recruiting duties, Afoa has been a key to the development and success of UAA’s post players, working with such recent all-league standouts as Alysa Horn, KeKe Wright and All-American Megan Mullings. Afoa was a three-sport athlete at GNAC rival Central Washington from 2006-11, lettering four times in both basketball and track & field, plus once in volleyball. A three-year starter at center, she finished No. 2 on the Wildcats’ career list for blocks with 126, plus fourth in rebounds (599), sixth in games started (79) and 10th in field-goal percentage (.461). A graduate of Anchorage’s Dimond High School, Afoa earned her bachelor’s degree in Art/Graphic Design from CWU in 2011 and her graduate certificate in Human Services from UAA in 2014.

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ormer UAA all-conference standout Alysa Horn rejoins the Seawolf program in 2016-17 for her second season as an assistant coach on Ryan McCarthy’s staff.. In her first coaching go-round with the Seawolves, Horn was an integral part of the team that posted an NCAA Div. II-record 38 victories, swept the Great Northwest Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament titles, and advanced to the program’s first National Title Game. During the campaign, she was recognized by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association on the organization’s inaugural ‘30 Under 30’ list of up-and-coming assistants. The native of Kodiak, Alaska, returned to the collegiate game in 2015 after two professional seasons as a player. In 2013-14 and 2014-15, she suited up for the TSV Viernheim and Osnabrück in the German Damen Bundesliga, and in 2015 for the Logan Thunder of the Australia’s Queensland Basketball League. A four-year letterwinner at UAA from 2009-13, Horn was a Second Team All-GNAC honoree as a sophomore and senior, and honorable mention all-league as a junior. The 6-foot forward played on three straight NCAA Tournament teams and finished in the top 10 on UAA’s career lists for points (9th, 1,134), rebounds (8th, 639), blocks (9th, 59), three-pointers made (t-6th, 113), games played (t-7th, 109), total minutes (9th, 2,739) and victories (4th, 87), along with 13th in double-doubles (13). As a physical education major and nutrition/athletic training double-minor, Horn was a three-time Academic All-GNAC selection with an overall grade-point average of 3.67. At Kodiak High, she was a three-time All-Northern Lights Conference selection was the Bears’ team MVP as a senior in 2007-08..

SEAWOLF COACHING AND SUPPORT STAFF

SHAINA AFOA

SPORTS MED STAFF

PATRICK FLANIGIN

JANE PALLISTER

NATE SAGAN

RACHEL BUTLER

RYAN WALSH

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Senior Associate Athletic Director

Assistant Athletic Dir. for Media Relations

Athletic Trainer

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Athletic Trainers Christine Volk (Head) Kevin Lechtenberg (Assoc.) Rachel Butler (WBB) Michael Dhesse Head Team Physician Jeff Moore, MD Team Physicians Richard McEvoy, MD Paul Steer, MD Sports Medicine Consultants Leo Bustad, MD Shane Cummings, MD Leslie Dean, MD Jay Derksen, DM Mary Ann Foland, MD Rikki Keen, RD Larry Levine, MD Jan Nyboer, MD Elisha Powell, MD Douglas Prevost, MD Greg Stone, DM Kenneth Swayman, DPM

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ALYSHA DEVINE

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Senior • 3VL 6-1 • Forward Wasilla, Alaska Wasilla HS 2015-16 (Jr.): Earned honorable mention All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference recognition as 5th-leading scorer (8.6 ppg) and 2nd-leading rebounder (5.0) for UAA team that reached NCAA Div. II National Title Game and won DII-record 38 games ... improved scoring average to 10.0 ppg in league contests as UAA defended regular-season title, and totaled 27 points and 12 rebounds in two GNAC Tournament victories ... named NCAA West Regional Championships MVP, combining for 29 points (12-23 FG, 3-7 3FG), 13 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals in victories over No. 5 Cal Baptist (83-79, ot) and No. 20 UC San Diego (72-57) ... was team’s 3rd-leading scorer (9.8 ppg) in six NCAA Tournament games, tallying 12 points in each of UAA’s Elite Eight wins in South Dakota ... scored double figures 15 times in final 23 games after doing so just twice in first 15 contests ... recorded 10 14-plus scoring efforts over last 21 games, including career-high-tying 19 points against Saint Martin’s, 17 points (7-7 FG) at NCAA qualifier MSU Billings, and 15 points (7-13 FG) in NCAA West Regional semifinal win over No. 5 Cal Baptist ... grabbed 8 rebounds in West Regional final against UCSD to mark sixth game with at least that many, including season-high 10 in home win over MSUB ... among GNAC leaders, ranked 16th in rebounding and 11th in FG% (.479), while .447 3FG% (34-76) would have ranked 2nd in GNAC with minimum attempts and was 6th-best in program history ... nearly doubled career 3FG%, rising to 10th on UAA all-time list at .362 ... team co-captain and GNAC All-Academic Team honoree for second straight season with team’s top GPA (3.73). 2014-15 (So.): Team co-captain and 15-game starter for Seawolf squad that went program-best 29-2 overall and won GNAC with 17-1 record … averaged 5.3 points and 4.0 rebounds, helping UAA lead GNAC and rank 6th nationally with +10.2 rebound margin … tallied at least 7 points in seven of final last 15 games, including 10 points (4-7 FG, 2-2 FT) in 81-78 road win over Western Washington ... swiped career-high 5 steals to aid big 2nd-half comeback in 59-56 GNAC Tournament semifinals victory over Simon Fraser ... led team with career-high 19 points (6-10 FG, 2-2 3FG, 5-6 FT) in win over Pacific, capturing Seawolf Hoops Classic

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DEVINE’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 19, twice (last: vs Saint Mar n’s, 1/23/16) Rebounds — 10 vs MSU Billings, 12/31/15 Assists — 4, 3 mes (last: vs Concordia, 1/9/16) Blocks — 2, twice (last: vs MSU Billings, 2/28/15) Steals — 5, twice (last: at Sea le Pacific, 2/20/16)


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Player of the Game honors … other clutch outings included 9 points, 7 rebounds and 3 steals in road win over Saint Martin’s; 9 points in home win over Alaska Fairbanks; and 8 rebounds in 63-59 road win over Simon Fraser … produced Seawolves’ top GPA with 3.82 overall, earning first GNAC All-Academic Team honor. 2013-14 (Fr.): Saw action in 27 of 28 games, including 11 starting assignments, for Seawolf team that went 19-9 and reached NCAA Tournament … averaged 5.8 points on 61 percent shooting during 5-game win streak in February that helped secure playoff spot … scored season-high 17 points (7-10 FG, 2-3 3FG) in Nov. 16 road win over BYU-Hawaii … other top games included 10 points (3-4 FG, 4-6 FT), 2 blocks and 2 steals in road win over Seattle Pacific; 7 points (3-5 FG) in home win over fellow NCAA qualifier Western Washington; and 4 points (2-3 FG) in NCAA Tourney loss to eventual Final 4 qualifier Cal Poly Pomona.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named 2012-13 Alaska Gatorade Player of the Year and First Team All-State after helping Wasilla High to 30-0 record and third consecutive Class 4A State title … averaged 11.8 points, 6.1 rebounds, 4.0 steals and 2.3 assists as a senior … also captured Northern Lights Conference Player of the Year award as Warriors won second straight NLC crown … earned All-NLC and Third Team All-State honors as a junior … made All-Tournament Team at ASAA State Championships as a sophomore and junior, and alltourney at region tourney as a junior and senior … helped Wasilla to overall record of 67-4 in her three varsity seasons … also lettered twice in both track & field and cross country, helping Warriors to multiple region and state titles in both sports. PERSONAL: Born March 1995 in Grand Forks, N.D. … daughter of Michael and Amie Devine … brother Connor is a senior on UAA men’s basketball team … business management major.

DEVINE’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS MP-Avg FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 2013-14 (Fr) 27-11 393/14.6 39-114 .342 4-24 .167 2014-15 (So) 24-15 461/19.2 41-111 .369 9-30 .300 2015-16 (Jr) 38-35 765/20.1 126-263 .479 34-76 .447 TOTALS 89-61 1619/18.2 206-488 .422 47-130 .362

FT-FTA 23-32 35-52 41-58 99-142

Pct OR-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D .719 44-42–86/3.2 71-4 .673 35-60–95/4.0 74-4 .707 68-123-191/5.0 94-2 .697 147-225-372/4.2 239-10

A TO 18 39 10 31 48 71 76 141

B 5 4 11 20

S 29 24 44 97

Pts/Avg 105/3.9 126/5.3 327/8.6 558/6.3

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KIKI ROBERTSON

#23

Senior • 3VL 5-7 • Guard Honolulu, Hawaii Mid-Pacific Ins tute 2015-16: Captured Second Team All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference award for third straight year, averaging 5.1 points, 3.0 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 2.0 steals for UAA club that reached NCAA Div. II National Title Game, repeated as GNAC champions and won NCAA DII-record 38 games ... led GNAC and ranked 15th nationally with 2.5-to-1 assist/turnover ratio; also posted GNAC ranks of 3rd in assists (25th nationally) and 6th in steals despite playing modest 20.0 minutes per game ... claimed UAA single-season record with 208 total assists ... dished GNAC Tournament-record 9 assists in title-game win over MSU Billings, becoming first player to earn back-to-back GNAC Tournament MVP honors ... claimed UAA career assists record in only 86 games ... dished 10 dimes in home win over NW Nazarene, tying UAA record with sixth career double-digit effort ... scored double figures five times, including 14 points apiece in non-conference wins over CSU Dominguez Hills and Hawaii Pacific ... had 6 points and 5 rebounds in NCAA Title Game loss to No. 1 Lubbock Christian ... tied UAA record for steals against DII opponent with 9 swipes – plus 4 points (2-2 FG) and 8 assists – in home win over Western Oregon ... other top efforts included 8 points (4-5 FG), 8 assists and no turnovers in road win over Seattle Pacific; 6 points and 4 assists in West Regional final win over No. 20 UC San Diego; and 7 points, 6 assists and 6 rebounds in 85-73 road win over NCAA qualifier MSU Billings ... with 528 assists, finished season just four shy of GNAC career record ... also on pace to break UAA career records for assists per game (5.4), along with other ranks of 3rd in steals per game (2.8), 3rd in total steals (273), 7th in games started (96), 10th in FT% (.761), 19th in FTs made (175) and 8th in victories (86) ... will begin her senior campaign as NCAA Div. II’s active career leader in total assists and assists per game, plus No. 2 in total steals and steals per game. 2014-15: Became first Seawolf to earn GNAC Defensive Player of the Year award and voted Second Team All-GNAC selection for second straight year by league’s coaches ... started 29 of 30 contests as floor general for Seawolf team that went 29-2 overall and won GNAC regular season with 17-1 mark … team won 29 straight games with her in lineup, missing lone regular-season loss Jan. 1 vs. NW Nazarene (concussion) … was only player in NCAA Div. II to rank among top-10 national leaders in both assists (8th, 6.0 apg) and steals (8th, 3.3), and was 15th in assist-turnover

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2013-14: Delivered one of top freshman campaigns in program history, starting all 28 games for Seawolf team that went 19-9 and reached NCAA Tournament … voted All-GNAC Second Team after posting league ranks of 2nd in steals (3.2 spg), 3rd in assists (5.0 apg) and assist/turnover ratio (1.7), 18th in FT% (.747) and 24th in scoring (10.3 ppg) … only freshman in NCAA Div. II to rank in nation’s top 20 in both steals (7th) and assists (17th) … in NCAA teams stats, helped UAA lead nation with 14.3 steals per game, along with other top-20 team ranks in turnover margin (6th, +7.04), scoring offense (11th, 79.6 ppg) and assists (16th, 16.9 apg) … broke UAA freshman records for assists per game and total assists (140), plus top-10 rookie marks in eight additional categories … on Seawolf overall single-season lists, finished 4th in both apg and total assists, 6th in total steals (90) and 7th in spg … scored double figures on 13 occasions and dished 5-plus assists in 14 games … made Carrs/ Safeway Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team and was named GNAC Player of the Week after averaging 16.5 ppg, 5.5 apg, 6.0 rpg and 6.0 spg in split with Div. I opponents UC Riverside and Georgetown … had two double-double on season-opening trip to Hawaii, including 10 rebounds and UAA season-high-tying 23 points in win vs Chaminade … other top games included 20 points (8-14 FG), 7 rebounds, 8 assists and 7 steals in 88-68 win over eventual NCAA qualifier Saint Leo; 19 points (7-10 FG, 4-4 FT), 5 assists and 6 steals in 96-87 road win over Alaska Fairbanks; 11 points (5-8 FG), 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 1 turnover in road win over Western Oregon; 14 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 steals in win

over NCAA qualifier Simon Fraser; and 14 points (8-9 FT), 4 assists in 79-75 win over NCAA qualifier Western Washington.

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES – SENIORS

ratio (2.12) ... named GNAC Tournament MVP after exploding for season-high 21 points and dishing 6 assists in title-game win over Western Washington on Mar. 7 ... dished at least 5 assists in 15 straight games (7.1 apg) to end season, including 10 against MSU Billings and 9 against Seattle Pacific … led GNAC in assists and ranked 2nd in steals and A-T ratio ... tied 25-year-old school record with 15 assists against Christian Brothers and had 14 assists against Texas A&M Kingsville – top two totals by any GNAC player in 2014-15 ... made GCI Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team, garnering GCI Player of the Game honors with 8 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists in win over Div. I Yale … also named alltourney at Seawolf Hoops Classic … had eight games with at least 5 steals, including 6 against Point Loma in NCAA Tournament … other top efforts included 15 points (5-7 FG, 2-2 3FG, 3-3 FT) and 3 steals in road win over defending GNAC champ MSUB; 15 points (6-7 FG, 2-2 3FG), 3 assists and 3 steals in home win over Central Washington; 13 points (5-9 FG), 7 assists and 7 steals in home win vs Alaska Fairbanks; 13 points (5-6 FT), 4 rebounds, 8 assists and 3 steals in 81-78 road win over GNAC runner-up WWU; and 9 points (3-5 FG), 10 assists and 3 steals in home win vs. MSUB … with half of career still ahead, is on pace to break UAA career records for assists per game (5.5) and steals per game (3.3); in raw numbers, will enter junior season at No. 4 in assists (320) and No. 6 in steals (190).

HIGH SCHOOL: Twice named to Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s “Fab 15” and All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu First Team … averaged 14.6 points as senior in 2012-13 and was voted state’s Defensive Player of the Year by coaches and media … led ILH in scoring at 19.9 points per game as a junior in 2011-12 … also averaged 2.6 assists, 2.5 steals and 6.9 rebounds per game in state’s top circuit, shooting .511 from the field and .752 from the free throw line … selected honorable mention ’Fab 15’ as sophomore in 2010-11 … three-year team captain … honor roll student. PERSONAL: Born May 1995 in Honolulu, Hawaii … daughter of Michael and Lisa Robertson … first Hawaiian player in Seawolf Women’s Basketball program history ... nursing major.

ROBERTSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 23 at Chaminade, 11/21/13 Rebounds — 10 at Chaminade, 11/21/13 Assists — 15 vs Chris an Brothers, 11/20/14 Blocks — 1, three mes Steals – 9 vs Western Oregon, 1/7/16

ROBERTSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS MP/Avg FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct FT-FTA 2013-14 (Fr) 28-28 658/23.5 102-244 .418 12-59 .203 71–95 2014-15 (So) 30-29 703/23.4 94-218 .431 6-21 .286 51-68 2015-16 (Jr) 41-39 818/20.0 74-197 .376 10-42 .238 53-67 TOTALS 99-96 2179/22.0 270-659 .410 28-122 .230 175-230

Pct .747 .750 .791 .761

OR-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D A TO 30-86-116/4.1 89-3 140 81 26-68-94/3.1 84-1 180 85 33-89-122/3.0 113-4 208 86 89-243-332/3.4 286-8 528 252

B S Pts/Avg 0 90 287/10.3 0 100 245/ 8.2 3 83 211/5.1 3 273 743/7.5

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#24

SIERRA AFOA

Junior • 2VL 5-9 • Forward Anchorage, Alaska Dimond HS 2015-16: Averaged 4.5 points and was 3rd-leading rebounder with 4.6 rpg for Seawolf team that finished NCAA Runner-Up, swept Great Northwest Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament titles, and finished with NCAA DII-record 38 victories ... came off bench 38 times, shooting solid .466 FG% and draining 10 of 24 (.417) from long range ... posted GNAC ranks of 21st in rebounding and 13th in offensive rebounding (1.9 orpg) despite playing just 16.3 minutes per game ... averaged 6.3 ppg on .472 shooting, 3.7 rpg and 1.3 spg in six NCAA Tournament contests, tying career high with 15 points (6-12 FG, 3-5 3FG) in first-round win over Cal State Dominguez Hills ... had 6 points (3-5 FG), 5 rebounds and 3 steals in West Regional final win over No. 20 UCSD, 8 points in NCAA Quarterfinals win over Francis Marion, and 4 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 3 steals in NCAA Title Game loss to No. 1 Lubbock Christian ... other top outings included 11 points (6-6 FT) and 3 assists in regular-season win over CSUDH; 10 points (4-4 FG), 6 rebounds and 2 steals in home win over Western Oregon; and 10 points (4-8 FG) and 7 rebounds in road win over Seattle Pacific ... made GNAC All-Academic Team. 2014-15: Excelled in role as key reserve in all 31 games, averaging 3.5 points and 3.6 rebounds for Seawolf team that posted best overall record (29-2) in program history, along with Great Northwest Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament titles … scored career-high 15 points (7-10 FG) in home victory over Western Oregon and delivered 9 points (4-6 FG) and 5 boards at Alaska Fairbanks ... averaged 5.6 ppg and 4.1 rpg from Jan. 3 until the end of regular season, boosted by 9 rebounds against Central Washington, 9 points against Saint Martin’s and 8 points (4-4 FG) vs Western Washington ... in GNAC Tournament, grabbed 8 of 10 rebounds on offensive end to aid UAA’s title run … was team’s most efficient player in NCAA Tournament against Point Loma with 7 points (3-5 FG), 6 rebounds (4 off.), 1 assist, 1 steal and no turnovers in 13 minutes ... finished 14th in GNAC with 1.9 offensive boards per game … claimed squad’s Most Improved Player award as voted by teammates and coaches.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Dimond High to four straight top-4 finishes at the ASAA Class 4A State Tournament, including runner-up as a senior in 2013 … earned 2012-13 Cook Inlet Conference MVP award for third straight all-league honor … made All-State Tournament Team three times and was twice selected First Team All-State by the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches … team captain as junior and senior … earned MVP honors at 2012 Lady Lynx Tournament … earned four letters in basketball, three in volleyball and two in softball … helped Lynx to 2010 and 2012 State titles in volleyball and the 2011 CIC softball championship … played with Team Alaska summer travel squad from 2011-13 … honor roll student, graduated Summa Cum Laude. PERSONAL: Born December 1994 in Anchorage … daughter of Stan and Sarah Afoa … mother (formerly Sarah Sullivan) played basketball and volleyball at UAA from 1981-82 … one of four siblings, all current or former NCAA athletes — twin brother Stanson plays volleyball at Emerson; sister Savannah played basketball and track & field at Colorado School of Mines; and sister Shaina played basketball, volleyball and track & field at Central Washington … social work major.

AFOA’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 15, twice (last: vs Cal State Dominguez Hills, 3/11/16) Rebounds — 12 vs Holy Names, 11/14/14 Assists — 3, twice (last: vs Cal St. Dominguez Hills, 10/31/15) Blocks — 1, eight mes Steals — 4 vs Sea le Pacific, 1/21/16)

2013-14: Redshirted.

AFOA’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS MP/Avg FG-Att 2014-15 (Fr) 31-0 404/13.0 43-101 2015-16 (So) 39-1 636/16.3 75-161 TOTALS 70-1 1040/14.9 118-262

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Pct 3FG-Att Pct .426 0-2 .000 .466 10-24 .417 .450 10-26 .385

FT-FTA Pct OR-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D 23-34 .676 59-54-113/3.6 54-1 18-30 .600 76-98-174/4.5 77-2 41-64 .641 135-152-287/4.1 131-3

A 12 31 43

TO 13 35 48

B 6 4 10

S 23 36 59

Pts/Avg 109/3.5 178/4.6 287/4.1


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TARA THOMPSON

#3

Sophomore • 1VL 5-7 • Guard Anchorage, Alaska Dimond HS 2015-16: Saw action in 39 games, averaging 3.5 points and 1.7 rebounds for Seawolf team that swept GNAC regular-season and tournament titles, reached NCAA Div. II National Title Game and earned NCAA DII-record 38 victories ... shot 35 of 104 (.337) from long range, coming one trey shy of tying program freshman record for 3FGs ... scored season-high 12 points (4-5 3FG) to spark win over William Jewell and had 10 points (2-4 3FG, 4-4 FT) in just 12 minutes against Dixie State ... other top outings included 9 points (3-5 FG, 2-4 3FG) in road win over Saint Martin’s; 9 points (3-4 3FG) in win over Cedarville; and 3 points (1-1 3FG), 4 rebounds and 2 assists in home win over GNAC runner-up Western Washington. 2014-15: Redshirted for UAA team that went 29-2 and won GNAC regular-season and tournament titles. HIGH SCHOOL: Produced stellar multi-sport career at Dimond High School, earning multiple postseason honors in basketball, softball and flag football … was selected First Team All-State by Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches and All-Cook Inlet Conference as a senior in 2013-14 … earned MVP of 2014 CIC Tournament, helping Lynx qualify for 4A State Tournament with 42 points to beat South Anchorage for 3rd place … selected to 2014 AABC Girls All-Star Game in April … as a junior, earned Third Team All-State, All-CIC and All-State Tournament Team honors, helping Lynx to runner-up at State … also aided Dimond’s CIC Tournament championship squad as a sophomore in 2011-12 … earned CIC Offensive Player of the Year award in flag football after quarterbacking Lynx to undefeated 2013 season … led Lynx to 48-2 record over course of career.

THOMPSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 12 vs William Jewell, 10/30/15 Rebounds — 5 at Hawaii-Hilo, 11/20/15 Assists — 2, four mes (last: vs Western Washington, 2/25/16) Blocks — 1 at Hawaii Pacific, 11/17/15 Steals — 3 vs Stanislaus State, 11/14/15)

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 22, 1995 in Anchorage … daughter of Lon and Leonisa Thompson … brother Travis was all-conference guard for UAA men’s team from 2010-15 … enjoys hanging out with friends, baking and watching TV … accounting major.

THOMPSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2014-15 (Fr) 2015-16 (Fr) 39-0

MP/Avg 389/10.0

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct FT-FTA Pct OR-DR-Reb/Avg REDSHIRT 46-138 .333 35-104 .337 9-11 .818 22-43-65/1.7

PF-D

A

TO

B

S

Pts/Avg

32-0

16

15

1

19

136/3.5

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HANNAH WANDERSEE

#20

Sophomore • 1VL 6-1 • Forward/Center Kodiak, Alaska Kodiak HS 2015-16: Was 7th-leading scorer (4.8 ppg) for Seawolf squad that swept GNAC regular-season and tournament titles, reached NCAA Div. II National Title Game and earned NCAA DII-record 38 victories ... ranked 15th on UAA single-season list and 4th among freshmen with .532 FG% ... played huge role in NCAA West Regional semifinal OT win over No. 5 Cal Baptist, scoring 6 points (3-3 FG) and grabbing 3 rebounds in 6 minutes late in 2nd half ... debuted with 19 total points in just 28 minutes of action in three games at D2CCA Tip-Off Classic ... poured in 13 points – all in 4th quarter – of GNAC win at Western Oregon ... other big efforts included 6 points (3-3 FG), 3 rebounds and 1 block against Francis Marion in NCAA Quarterfinals; 22 points (10-14 FG), 11 rebounds and 3 blocks against New Hope Christian; 16 points (7-9 FG) and 5 rebounds against Dixie State; 15 points (6-10 FG), 9 rebounds and 2 blocks against Stanislaus State; and 16 points (5-7 FG, 6-6 FT) and 6 rebounds in loss at GNAC runner-up Western Washington ... earned team’s Most Improved Player award as voted by teammates and coaches. 2014-15: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Scored over 1,000 career points, finishing with First Team All-State and Northern Lights Conference honors as a senior in 2013-14 … helped Kodiak to 25-0 record, NLC regular-season and tournament, and 2014 ASAA Class 4A State titles … made All-Tournament Team at ASAA State Championships, scoring 15 points in semifinals against West Valley and tallying 10 points and 13 rebounds in title-game win over Colony … named Second Team All-State by USA Today … played in 2014 AABC All-Star Game … as junior in 2012-13, earned Third Team All-State and First Team All-NLC honors, helping Kodiak to State Tourney berth … made All-NLC Second Team as sophomore in 2011-12 … also named NLC volleyball MVP as a senior. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 2, 1995 in Kodiak … daughter of Dayton and Jennifer Wandersee … has two siblings, Shane and Manya … enjoys hiking and fishing … natural sciences major.

WANDERSEE’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 22 vs New Hope Chris an, 11/6/15 Rebounds — 11 vs New Hope Chris an, 11/6/15 Assists — 2 vs New Hope Chris an, 11/5/15 Blocks — 3 vs New Hope Chris an, 11/6/15 Steals — 3 vs New Hope Chris an, 11/5/15)

WANDERSEE’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2014-15 (Fr) 2015-16 (Fr) 40-2

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MP/Avg 395/9.9

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct FT-FTA Pct OR-DR-Reb/Avg REDSHIRT 82-154 .532 0-0 .000 28-33 .848 48-59-107/2.7

PF-D

A

TO

B

S

Pts/Avg

46-0

10

21

16

11

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#11 SHELBY CLONINGER

#10 YAZMEEN GOO

#21 KAITLYN HURLEY

Junior • TR 6-0 • Forward Kamiah, Idaho Kamiah HS Utah State/North Idaho College

Freshman • RS 5-10 • Guard Daly City, Calif. Westmoor HS

Junior • TR 5-9 • Guard Roy, Utah Roy HS Snow College

BEFORE UAA: Helped North Idaho College to 21-9 record and NJCAA Region 18 semifinals in 2015-16, averaging team-highs of 13.5 points and 1.5 steals, plus 4.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists per contest … named to all-tournament team at NJCAA Region 18 Championships after scoring 23 points and grabbing 8 rebounds in semifinal loss to No. 3 Salt Lake CC … took redshirt season at NIC in 2014-15 … played 18 games, including five starts, in freshman season at NCAA Div. I program Utah State in 2013-14, averaging 4.0 points, 1.2 rebounds and 0.7 steals in 10.6 minutes per game … voted Aggies’ Most Inspirational Player by her teammates.

2015-16: Redshirted on team that swept GNAC titles, finished NCAA Runner-Up and earned NCAA DII-record 38 victories.

BEFORE UAA: Two-time All-Scenic West Conference selection at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, helping Badgers to records of 21-9 in 2014-15 and 19-12 in 2015-16 … averaged team-highs of 15.7 points and 3.1 assists per game in 2015-16, shooting 87 percent on free throws … scored over 20 points 10 times as sophomore, including five straight games from Jan. 9-28 … led Snow in scoring as freshman with 13.6 ppg (.404 3FG, .885 FT), along with 3.3 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.3 steals per game … ranked by Collegiate Girls Basketball Report/ESPNW as No. 19 JC recruit in country.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team all-state by Idaho State Journal as senior and twice named all-state by Idaho Statesman … captained Kubs to the Class 1A DI State title in 2013, averaging 14.5 points and 1.4 blocks throughout season … captured IHSAA Class 2A State runner-up finishes as sophomore and junior … played for North Idaho Flash club team … high honor roll student. PERSONAL: Born Jan. 3, 1995 … daughter of Jeffrey Simler and Kelsey Cloninger … has four sisters … health sciences major.

HIGH SCHOOL: Started all four years, sharing Peninsula Athletic League North MVP honors as senior and winning award outright as junior … helped Rams to 2014-15 PAL North regular-season title, Central Coast Section Div. II playoffs and 21-8 overall record in final season … named 2014-15 San Mateo County Player of the Year and was San Mateo Girls Athlete of the Week on Feb. 18, 2015 … named to San Jose Mercury News’ all-area second team as senior … also starred in sprints and hurdles for track & field squad, earning Team MVP honors in 2015 … captured WHS’s 2014-15 Female Athlete of the Year award … played club basketball for Golden City SF. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 29, 1997 in San Francisco … daughter of Solomon Goo and Kristy Hermosillo … has two siblings, Maylasia and Jerzey … hobbies include gourmet cooking … criminal justice major.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named all-state and all-area three times and all-region all four years at Roy High … tabbed 4A Second Team AllState by Deseret News after averaging 18.1 ppg as senior, including season-high 35 points against Box Elder … tabbed First Team All-State by Deseret News in 201213 and third team in 2011-12 … played for Utah Hustle club team. PERSONAL: Born May 21, 1996 … daughter of Kevin and Laurie Hurley … has one brother and two sisters … physical education major.

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#2 KIMIJAH KING

#4 ZHARA LASTER

#5 DOMINIQUE THOMAS

Freshman • HS 5-7 • Guard Sea le, Washington Lakeside HS

Junior • TR 5-9 • Guard St. Mary’s County, Maryland Sedona Red Rock (Ariz.) HS Peninsula (Wash.) College

Junior • TR 6-0 • Forward Tyler, Texas Lee HS Kilgore College

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned 3A Metro Conference First Team honors as senior in 2015-16, helping Lions to 13-8 overall mark and 9-4 in district play … named All-Metro Second Team by The Seattle Times as junior, averaging 13.4 ppg and 7.3 rpg for LHS team that finished 17-5 … helped Lions go 14-9 and qualify for Sea-King District 2 tournament as sophomore … played for Rotary Lady Style club team.

BEFORE UAA: Selected Second Team AllNWAC North and NWAC Northern Region Defensive Player of the Year in 2015-16 … helped Peninsula College to 25-6 record and NWAC North title as sophomore, averaging 9.7 points (.411 FG, .786 FT), 10.4 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 3.2 steals per game … posted nine double-doubles, including 20 pts/17 rebs vs Columbia Basin and 19 pts/19 rebs vs Centralia … led 2016 NWAC Tournament with 49 rebounds and 12 steals in four games, helping Pirates to runner-up finish with double-doubles in quarterfinals and semis … helped Peninsula to 23-5 record and overall NWAC title as freshman in 2014-15, averaging 8.3 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 2.5 apg and 1.9 spg, with five double-doubles.

BEFORE UAA: Played sophomore campaign at Kilgore College in home state of Texas, averaging 12.6 points and 7.6 rebounds … earned First Team NJCAA All-Region XIV accolades after topping 20-point mark three times in last seven games, including seasonhigh 24 points in 71-67 win over Bossier Parrish … grabbed at least 15 rebounds on three occasions, including 20 in 74-69 win over Panola ... played freshman season at Labette Community College in Parsons, Kan., averaging 11.1 points and 11.4 rebounds … honorable mention All-Jayhawk League selection, registering season-highs of 26 points and 23 rebounds in LCC’s 9592 playoff loss to Brown Mackie.

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 15, 1997 … daughter of DeQuenna King and Mamadou Seck … has five sisters … sociology major.

HIGH SCHOOL: Did not play basketball senior year … played for Fairfax (Va.) Stars club team. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 12, 1995 … daughter of Melvin Fletcher and Patricia TinkessFletcher … has three brothers … health sciences major.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Team captain and honorable mention all-conference at Lee High School … National Honor Society student … played for Lady Flight and Rose City Elite club teams. PERSONAL: Born Aug. 21, 1996 … daughter of Adrian Thomas and Nakia Black … both parents played collegiate basketball, with mother suiting up at Div. I Howard University … has one brother and one sister … psychology major.


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#32 AUTUMMN WILLIAMS Senior • TR 5-10 • Forward Rochester, New York Kennedale HS Trinity Valley CC/Ark.-Li le Rock BEFORE UAA: Spent junior season at Div. I program Arkansas Little Rock, playing in 11 contests for 20-win squad … played first two seasons at junior-college powerhouse Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas, helping Cardinals to combined 68-5 record … as sophomore, earned AllRegion 14 and WBCA honorable mention All-America honors, averaging 12.9 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game for TVCC club that finished third at NJCAA Div. I National Tournament … as freshman,

shot 44 percent from floor and averaged 8.4 points and 3.1 rebounds, teaming with former Seawolf Dominique Brooks to help Cardinals finish 36-1 and win 2013 NJCAA national title … ranked by ESPNW Collegiate Girls Basketball Report as No. 38 JC recruit in country in 2015.

State title game … in addition to multiple all-state and all-region awards, earned District 6 co-MVP and Offensive Player of the Year honors … named District 1 Tournament MVP and McDonald’s All-American nominee … averaged 20.1 points as senior, with season-high of 39.

HIGH SCHOOL: Racked up 1,494 points, 540 rebounds, 534 steals, 363 assists and 136 blocks in two varsity seasons at Kennedale High, leading Lady Kats to 2013 Class 3A

PERSONAL: Born Aug. 13, 1995 … daughter of Clifford Williams and Sharon Jones … has one brother and one sister … justice major.

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2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2015-16 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS # 11 12 25 21 15 23 20 24 5 2 3 41

Player GP-GS Min./Avg FG-FGA Megan Mullings 40-38 921/23.0 246-399 Jenna Buchanan 41-41 1033/25.2 170/369 Jessica Madison 41-39 979/23.9 150-367 Keiahnna Engel 36-5 650/18.1 130-275 Alysha Devine 38-35 765/20.1 126-263 Kiki Robertson 41-39 818/20.0 74-197 Hannah Wandersee 40-2 395/9.9 82-154 Sierra Afoa 39-1 636/16.3 75-161 Christina Davis 37-1 660/17.8 64-201 Adriana Dent 39-4 714/18.3 52-164 Tara Thompson 39-0 389/10.0 46-138 Dominique Brooks 32-0 265/8.3 25-61 TEAM UAA Totals 41 8225 1240-2749 Opponents 41 8225 746-2185

Pct .000 .437 .339 .422 .447 .238 .000 .417 .307 .155 .337 .000

FT-FTA 143-214 40-47 57-75 40-56 41-58 53-67 28-33 18-30 13-17 25-42 9-11 8-21

.451 334-922 .341 217-782

.362 .277

475-671 532-751

ATTENDANCE Overall: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 41 17 13 11

Pct. .668 .851 .760 .714 .707 .791 .848 .600 .765 .595 .818 .381

OD-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D A TO B S Pts/Avg 126-125-251/6.3 95-4 26 67 62 65 635/15.9 40-106-146/3.6 81-1 94 63 7 51 488/11.9 28-87-115/2.8 40-0 70 69 4 59 431/10.5 47-86-133/3.7 81-1 96 80 3 51 327/9.1 68-123-191/5.0 94-2 48 71 11 44 327/8.6 33-89-122/3.0 113-4 208 86 3 83 211/5.1 48-59-107/2.7 46-0 10 21 16 11 192/4.8 76-98-174/4.5 77-2 31 35 4 36 178/4.6 20-56-76/2.1 52-0 123 95 1 44 168/4.5 36-68-104/2.7 80-0 73 41 8 88 138/3.5 22-43-65/1.7 32-0 16 15 1 19 136/3.5 33-37-70/2.2 51-0 7 25 12 8 58/1.8 85-83-168/4.1 11 .708 662-1060-1722/42.0 842-14 802 679 132 559 3289/80.2 .708 442-892-1334/32.5 632-8 539 963 141 256 2241/54.7

2015-16 RESULTS Total 31,118 17,447 4,277 9,394

Ave. 759 1,026 329 854

Senior Jessica Madison was an an All-NCAA Tournament Team selec on as she and the Seawolves advanced to the first Na onal Title Game in program history in 2016.

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Pct 3FG-Att .617 0-1 .461 108-247 .409 74-218 .473 27-64 .479 34-76 .376 10-42 .532 0-0 .466 10-24 .318 27-88 .317 9-58 .333 35-104 .410 0-0

38 3 OVERALL; 18 2 GNAC Date Oct. 30 Oct. 31 Nov. 1 Nov. 5 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 24 Dec. 3 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 20 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Apr. 4

Opponent vs William Jewell% vs CS Dominguez Hills% vs Academy of Art% NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN DIXIE STATE STANISLAUS STATE at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo PEPPERDINE# at Simon Fraser* at Western Washington* ALASKA FAIRBANKS* CEDARVILLE UC SAN DIEGO MONTANA ST. BILLINGS* WESTERN OREGON* CONCORDIA (ORE.)* at Central Washington* at Northwest Nazarene* SEATTLE PACIFIC* SAINT MARTIN’S* at Alaska Fairbanks* at Montana St. Billings* at Concordia (Ore.)* at Western Oregon* NORTHWEST NAZARENE* CENTRAL WASHINGTON* at Saint Martin’s* at Seattle Pacific* WESTERN WASHINGTON* SIMON FRASER* vs Simon Fraser^ vs Montana St. Billings^ vs CSU Dominguez Hills $ vs #5 Cal Baptist $ vs #21 UC San Diego $ vs Francis Marion ! vs Grand Valley State ! vs #1 Lubbock Christian @

16 1 HOME; 12 1 ROAD; 10 1 NEUTRAL W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W-ot W W W L

Score 90-63 82-61 87-82 109-48 101-26 122-52 91-42 62-51 92-39 80-33 94-61 76-74 62-71 78-56 75-45 76-72 70-50 90-39 76-49 66-42 95-71 82-47 78-52 82-56 85-73 59-32 77-42 82-53 69-61 71-59 70-47 79-52 66-67 82-47 77-57 82-53 83-79 72-57 79-55 67-47 73-78

Att. 94 120 110 787 869 808 714 100 231 227 2447 280 418 533 474 475 557 1202 923 537 508 1156 1107 464 425 205 303 1372 1142 258 320 1599 1282 420 825 232 257 231 350 357 6403

UAA Hi Scorer(s) Madison 18 Buchanan 28 Mullings 35 Madison 18 Wandersee 22 Mullings 22 Madison 19 Robertson 14 Mullings 24 Madison 20 Buchanan 22 Buchanan 16 Buchanan 18 Madison 17 Mullings 18 Mullings 17 Mullings 20 Madison 17 Buchanan 19 Madison 14 Buchanan 25 Mullings 20 Devine 19 Buchanan 11 Buchanan 28 Mullings 19 Madison 15 Mullings/Buchanan 14 Mullings 18 Mullings 19 Mullings 18 Mullings 22 Mullings 28 Mullings/Devine 17 Engel 13 Mullings 17 Madison 17 Devine 14 Madison 15 Madison 14 Mullings 23

% CCA Div. II Tip-Off Classic - Anaheim/Carson, Calif. # GCI Great Alaska Shootout * Great Northwest Athletic Conference game ^ GNAC Tournament - Lacey, WA $ NCAA Div. II West Regional Tourn. - Azusa, Calif. ! NCAA Div. II Elite Eight - Sioux Falls, S.D. @ NCAA Div. II National Championship Game - Indianapolis, Ind.


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Team (Nat’l Rank)

CONFERENCE W L PCT

xyz-Alaska Anchorage (2) x-Western Washington xz-Montana State Billings x-Simon Fraser x-Central Washington x-Northwest Nazarene Sea le Pacific Alaska Fairbanks Saint Mar n’s Concordia, Ore. Western Oregon

18 16 15 13 10 10 9 7 5 4 3

2 4 5 7 10 10 11 13 15 16 17

.900 .800 .750 .650 .500 .500 .450 .350 .250 .200 .150

GB

—– 2.0 3.0 5.0 8.0 8.0 9.0 11.0 13.0 14.0 15.0

OVERALL W L PCT

38 20 21 16 17 12 12 12 7 6 4

3 9 11 11 12 15 15 18 20 22 24

.927 .690 .656 .593 .586 .444 .444 .400 .259 .214 .143

x-GNAC Tournament qualifier / y-GNAC Tournament champion z-NCAA Tournament qualifier

2015-16 GNAC POSTSEASON AWARDS Player of the Year: Megan Mullings, Alaska Anchorage Coach of the Year: Kevin Woodin, Montana State Billings Defensive Player of the Year: Kayla Bernsen, W. Washington Freshman of the Year: Mandy Steward, Central Washington Newcomer of the Year: Keiahnna Engel, Alaska Anchorage First Team Megan Mullings Taylor Peacocke Alisha Breen Ellen Ke Jenna Buchanan Kayla Bernsen

Second Team Jordan Wilson UAF F Jr. Jasmin Edwards CWU G So. Elisa Homer SFU G So. Jasmine Parker CWU C Sr. Taylor Simmons NNU G Sr. Kiki Robertson UAA G Jr. Megan Wiedeman SMU F Sr. Honorable Men on: Alysha Devine, UAA, F, Jr.; Jessica Madison, UAA, G, Sr.; Kaillee Skjold, UAF, F, Jr.; Monica Grimsrud, MSUB, F, Sr.; Janiel Olson, MSUB, F, Sr; Ellie Logan, NNU, G, So.; Krista Stabler, SMU, G, Sr.; Courtney Hollander, SPU, F, So.; Jordan McPhee, SPU, G, So.; Kiana Gandy, WWU, G/F, Jr. UAA F WWU G MSUB F SFU G UAA G WWU C

Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

2016 GNAC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Marcus Pavilion - Lacey, Wash.

Thursday, March 3 - Quarterfinals #3 MSU Billings 70, #6 NW Nazarene 65 #4 Simon Fraser 78, #5 Central Washington 67 Friday, March 4 - Semifinals Montana State Billings 78, #2 Western Washington 60 #1 Alaska Anchorage 82, Simon Fraser 47 Saturday, March 5 - Championship Alaska Anchorage 77, Montana State Billings 57 MVP: Kiki Robertson, UAA

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ith members in five states and the province of British Columbia, and with a strong presence in or near the largest city of each, the Great Northwest Athletic Conference has established itself as one of the top NCAA Division II athletic conferences in the nation during its 15-year history. Founded in 2001, GNAC teams have had a remarkable 91 NCAA Division II Top 10 national team finishes in 15 of the 16 sports it sponsors. In 2015-16, four GNAC members combined for nine top-10 national finishes — Alaska Anchorage in women's basketball (2nd), men’s cross country (3rd), women's cross country (8th) and women's indoor track & field; Western Oregon in men's basketball (3rd); Western Washington in women's soccer (3rd) and women's cross country (6th); Seattle Pacific in men's soccer (7th) . Three GNAC teams have won NCAA Division II national titles, most recently Western Washington in men’s basketball in 2012. Alaska Anchorage has had 23 top-10 national finishes in GNAC sports, which trails only Seattle Pacific (25) and now surpasses Western Washington (21) for No. 2 among member schools. UAA sponsors nine of the GNAC’s 16 sports – volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor track & field, and men’s and women’s outdoor track & field.

2015-16 YEAR IN REVIEW / THE GREAT NORTHWEST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

2015-16 GNAC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STANDINGS

Back-to-back GNAC Champs

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MOST POINTS Game: 41, Allegra Stoetzel vs. Spring Arbor, 11/24/95 Season: 635, Megan Mullings, 2015-16 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: 246, Megan Mullings, 2015-16 Career: 819, Robin Graul, 1985-89 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: 1.000 [8-8], Hanna Johansson at Northwest Nazarene, 12/31/11 Season: .617 [246-399], Megan Mullings, 2015-16 Career: .612 [414-677], Megan Mullings, 2014-16 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 9, Sasha King at Northwest Nazarene, 2/16/13 Season: 108, Jenna Buchanan, 2015-16 Career: 239, Jenna Buchanan, 2012-16 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 21, Jayci Stone at UAF, 1/27/07 Season: 247, Jenna Buchanan, 2015-16 Career: 670, Jessica Madison, 2012-16 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 [6-6] by Dasha Basova at Alaska Fairbanks, 1/17/09 Game (min. 7 att.): .900 [9-10] by Sasha King at Northwest Nazarene, 2/16/13 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 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 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

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Allegra Stoetzel

Jenna Buchanan

Robin Graul

ASSISTS Game: 15, Kiki Robertson vs Christian Brothers, 11/20/14; and Diane Dobrich vs Denver, 1/5/90 Season: 208, Kiki Robertson, 2015-16 Season Average: 6.9, Diane Dobrich, 1989-90 Career: 528, Kiki Robertson, 2013-current Career Average: 5.0, Sasha King, 2010-13 STEALS Game: 10, Stacie Cepin vs The Master’s College, 2/14/98 Season: 100, Kiki Robertson, 2014-15 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 GAMES PLAYED Season: 41, Jenna Buchanan, Jessica Madison and Kiki Robertson, 2015-16 Career: 133, Hanna Johansson, 2007-11 GAMES STARTED Season: 41, Jenna Buchanan, 2015-16 Career: 126, Rebecca Kielpinski, 2005-09


2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

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 Margin, Season: +25.6, 2015-16 Average Rebound Margin, Season: +11.2, 2011-12 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 State, 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: 1,240, 2015-16 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 102 vs. Crown, 11/18/95 Season: 2,749, 2015-16 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: .680 vs UC Santa Cruz, 11/25/91 Season: .500, 1988-89 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 15, twice – vs William Jewell, 10/30/15; and vs New Hope Christian, 11/5/15 Season: 334, 2015-16 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 40 vs Kuyper College, 1/3/09 Season: 922, 2015-16 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 att.): .786 (11-14) vs Seattle Pacific, 2/7/08 Season: .467 (43-92), 1987-88 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 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (12-12) vs Regis, 11/16/12 Game (13+ attempts): .963 (26-27) at Montana State Billings, 1/1/11 Season: .760, 2012-13 REBOUNDS Game: 68 vs Silver Lake, 11/22/91 Season: 1,722, 2015-16 Season Average: 52.5, 1980-81 Largest Margin, Season: +10.8, 2007-08 ASSISTS Game: 35 vs. LSU-Shreveport, 1/12/96 Season: 802, 2015-16 Season Average: 19.0, 1986-87 STEALS Game: 41 vs. Crown, 11/17/95 Season: 559, 2015-16 Season Average: 15.0, 2014-15 BLOCKS Game: 13 vs Kuyper College, 1/3/09 Season: 136, 2008-09 Season Average: 4.7, 2000-01 TURNOVERS Game (Fewest): 5 at Alaska Fairbanks, 1/26/16 Season Average (Fewest): 15.5, 2012-13

SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — TEAM RECORDS

MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 133 vs LSU-Shreveport, 1/12/96 Season: 3,289, 2015-16 Season Average: 84.5, 1989-90

SEASON WON-LOSS RECORDS Most Games Played: 41, 2015-16 Most Wins: 38, 2015-16 Most Wins vs. Div. II: 35, 2015-16 Most Losses: 26, 1979-80 Most Home Wins: 19, 2008-09 Most Road Wins: 12, 2015-16 Most Conference Wins: 18, 2015-16 Highest Win Pct: .935 (29-2), 2014-15 Fewest Losses: 2, 2014-15 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: 13, Dec. 4, 2014-Dec. 3, 2015 To Begin Season: 12, three times – 2006-07, 2014-15 & 2015-16

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS

2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

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UAA SINGLE-SEASON STATS LEADERS POINTS 1. Megan Mullings (2015-16) 2. Eva Robinson (1980-81) 3. Robin Graul (1986-87) 4. Robin Graul (1988-89) 5. Robin Graul (1987-88) 6. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 7. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 8. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 9. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 10. Beth Clure (1991-92)

635 623 591 584 566 564 559 543 539 531

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. Hanna Johansson (2011-12) 6. Rebecca Kielpinski (2008-09) 7. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-03) 8. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 9. Deanna Septon (1980-81) 10. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06)

335 318 312 312 302 290 286 282 281 267

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. Kiki Robertson (2015-16) 2. Diane Dobrich (1989-90) 3. Kiki Robertson (2014-15) 4. Lucrecia Burleson (1990-91) 5. Sasha King (2011-12) 6. Kiki Robertson (2013-14) 7. Sharon McIntyre (1984-85) Robin Graul (1988-89) Kaitlin McBride (2010-11) 10. Sasha King (2012-13)

208 187 180 171 157 140 138 138 138 136

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Diane Dobrich (1989-90) 2. Lucrecia Burleson (1990-91) 3. Kiki Robertson (2014-15) 4. Sasha King (2012-13) 5. Kiki Robertson (2015-16) 6. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-93)

6.93 6.11 6.00 5.91 5.07 4.96

Seawolf Hall-ofFamer Allegra Stoetzel swiped a school-record 3.5 steals per game in her junior season of 1994-95. 7. Sharon McIntyre (1984-85) Robin Graul (1988-89) 9. Kelly Reilly (1986-87) 10. Tiffany Massey (2000-01)

4.93 4.93 4.88 4.81

STEALS 1. Kiki Robertson (2014-15) 2. Robin Graul (1985-86) Robin Graul (1988-89) Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1995-96) Heidi Alderman (1995-96) 7. Chris Gage (1980-81) Kiki Robertson (2013-14) 9. Adriana Dent (2015-16) 10. Stacie Cepin (1997-98)

100 95 95 95 91 91 90 90 88 86

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. Kiki Robertson (2014-15) 7. Jami Digerness (1992-93) 8. Kiki Robertson (2013-14) 9. Stacie Cepin (1997-98) 10. Diane Dobrich (1989-90)

3.52 3.39 3.39 3.37 3.37 3.33 3.25 3.21 3.19 3.11

BLOCKS 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2008-09) 2. Rebecca Kielpinski (2007-08) 3. Rebecca Kielpinski (2006-07) 4. Dana Bottoms (2000-01)

79 69 63 62

Megan Mullings (2015-16) 6. Tammy Middaugh (1981-82) 7. Sonya Welch (1988-89) 8. Cheryl Bishop (1986-87) Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06) 10. Cheryl Bishop (1983-84)

62 58 53 51 51 47

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. Megan Mullings (2015-16) 2. Megan Mullings (2014-15) 3. Kaylie Robison (2011-12) 4. Salina Anderson (1995-96) 5. Wendy Sturgis (1988-89) 6. Hanna Johansson (2008-09) 7. Hanna Johansson (2009-10) 8. Wendy Sturgis (1990-91) 9. Hanna Johansson (2011-12) 10. Sonya Welch (1986-87)

.617 .604 .597 .593 .566 .554 .547 .545 .543 .542


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FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Megan Mullings (2015-16) 2. Eva Robinson (1980-81) 3. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 4. Robin Graul (1986-87) 5. Robin Graul (1987-88) 6. Robin Graul (1985-86) 7. Beth Clure (1991-92) 8. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 9. Wendy Sturgis (1990-91) 10. Robin Graul (1988-89)

246 229 217 211 206 205 203 202 199 198

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Debbie Clare (1983-84) 2. Debbie Clare (1984-85) 3. Eva Robinson (1980-81) Robin Graul (1988-89) 5. Megan Mullings (2015-16) 6. Deanna Septon (1980-81) 7. Hanna Johansson (2010-11) 8. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 9. Robin Graul (1987-88) 10. Heidi Alderman (1995-96)

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

GAMES PLAYED 1. Jenna Buchanan (2015-16) Jessica Madison (2015-16) Kiki Robertson (2015-16) 4. Megan Mullings (2015-16) Hannah Wandersee (2015-16) 6. Tara Thompson (2015-16) Sierra Afoa (2015-16) Adriana Dent (2015-16) 9. Alysha Devine (2015-16) 10. Christina Davis (2015-16)

41 41 41 40 40 39 39 39 38 37

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. Alysha Devine (2015-16) 7. Diane Dobrich (1988-89) 8. Jenna Buchanan (2015-16) 9. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) 10. Tirzah Church (1999-00)

.537 .528 .527 .496 .471 .447 .446 .437 .430 .442

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jenna Buchanan (2015-16) 2. Maria Nilsson (2007-08) 3. Jayci Stone (2006-07) 4. Tamar Gruwell (2009-10) Jessica Madison (2015-16) 6. Tanya Nizich (2003-04) 7. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 8. Stephanie Beason (2004-05) 9. Jenna Buchanan (2014-15) 10. Greta Fadness (1990-91)

GAMES STARTED 1. Jenna Buchanan (2015-16) 2. Jessica Madison (2015-16) Kiki Robertson (2015-16) 4. Megan Mullings (2015-16) 5. Kalhie Quinones (2007-08) Rebecca Kielpinski (2007-08) Rebecca Kielpinski (2008-09) Kiki Taylor (2008-09) Hanna Johansson (2011-12) Kaylie Robison (2011-12) Alysha Devine (2015-16)

41 39 39 38 35 35 35 35 35 35 35

108 83 76 74 74 73 70 65 64 63

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE PER GAME 1. Tanya Nizich (2003-04) 2. Tamar Gruwell (2009-10) 3. Jenna Buchanan (2015-16) 4. Jayci Stone (2006-07) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 6. Sasha King (2012-13) 7. Greta Fadness (1990-91) 8. Maria Nilsson (2007-08) 9. Stephanie Beason (2004-05) 10. Tirzah Church (1999-00)

2.81 2.64 2.63 2.62 2.59 2.56 2.52 2.37 2.41 2.11

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Jenna Buchanan (2015-16) 2. Jayci Stone (2006-07) 3. Jessica Madison (2015-16) 4. Tanya Nizich (2003-04) 5. Maria Nilsson (2007-08) 6. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95)

247 237 218 216 215 207

All-conference forward Kamie Jo Massey logged an amazing 38.9 minutes per game in the 2003-04 campaign. 7. Tamar Gruwell (2009-10) 8. Jessica Madison (2014-15) 9. Stephanie Beason (2004-05) 10. Allegra Stoetzel (1995-96)

187 186 183 160

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. Jenna Buchanan (2015-16) .851 5. Jessica Madison (2014-15) .839 6. Kim Brady (2005-06) .830 7. Gritt Ryder (2011-12) .821 8. Robin Graul (1988-89) .821 9. Alysa Horn (2011-12) .815 10. Robin Graul (1986-87) .814 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) 6. Heidi Alderman (1994-95) Megan Mullings (2015-16) 8. Eva Robinson (1979-80) 9. Bell Jordan (2001-02) 10. Debbie Clare (1984-85) Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-06)

188 165 153 149 144 143 143 135 134 133 133

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. Alysa Horn (2012-13) 7. Tiffany Massey (2000-01) 8. Robin Graul (1985-86) 9. Allegra Stoetzel (1994-95) 10. Tanya Nizich (2003-04) 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) Hanna Johansson (2011-12)

236 235 229 229 214 210 201 198 190 188

SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS

UAA SINGLE-SEASON STATS LEADERS, cont.

38.9 37.1 36.7 36.4 36.1 35.7 35.6 35.6 35.2 35.1 19 15 15 14 14 12 12 12 11 11

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — CAREER LEADERS

2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 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. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 8. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 9. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 10. Eva Robinson (1979-81)

2,237 1,767 1,752 1,634 1,610 1,592 1,393 1,321 1,277 1,162

POINTS PER GAME 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. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 3. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 4. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 5. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 6. Carolyn Doney (1981-85) 7. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01) 8. Alysa Horn (2009-13) 8. Robin Graul (1985-89) 9. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 10. Stephanie Smith (1996-00) REBOUNDS PER GAME 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) ASSISTS 1. Kiki Robertson (2013- ) 2. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 3. Robin Graul (1985-89) 4. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 5. Sasha King (2010-13) 6. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01) Jessica Reilly (2001-05) 8. Jill Cubbedge (1981-82, 83-85) 9. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 10. Kelly Reilly (1985-87)

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1,181 808 765 745 724 675 662 639 636 599 577 10.3 10.2 9.4 9.0 7.7 7.6 7.2 7.1 7.1 7.0 528 460 444 411 301 271 271 268 267 250

Hanna Johansson (2008-12) played in a UAA-record 133 games on her way to All-America honors as a senior.

STEALS PER GAME 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Tiffany Massey (1999-01) 3. Kiki Robertson (2013- ) 4. Stacie Cepin (1996-98) 5. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 6. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 7. Sharon McIntyre (1983-85) 8. Adriana Dent (2014-16) 9. Sasha King (2010-13) 10. Jami Digerness (1992-94)

3.0 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.4

BLOCKS 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 2. Cheryl Bishop (1982-87) 3. Dana Bottoms (1996-01) 4. Sonya Welch (1985-89) 5. Megan Mullings (2014-16) 6. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 7. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01) 8. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 9. Robin Graul (1985-89) 10. Alysa Horn (2009-13)

262 175 155 112 108 70 65 62 61 59

BLOCKS PER GAME 1. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 2. Cheryl Bishop (1982-87) 3. Megan Mullings (2014-16) 4. Dana Bottoms (1996-01) 5. Sonya Welch (1985-89) 6. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 7. Karmyn Lane (1992-94) 8. Kaylie Robison (2010-12) 9. KeKe Wright (2013-15) 10. Tiffany Massey (1999-01)

2.1 1.7 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7 820 696 677 658 552 530 529 468 461 431

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Kiki Robertson (2013- ) 2. Sasha King (2010-13) 3. Kelly Reilly (1985-87) 4. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 5. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 6. Lucrecia Burleson (1989-92) 7. Robin Graul (1985-89) 8. Sharon McIntyre (1983-85) 9. Tiffany Massey (1999-2001) 10. Jackie Hames (1982-84)

5.3 5.0 4.6 4.4 4.3 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.9 3.9

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. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 7. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 8. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 9. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 10. Eva Robinson (1979-81)

STEALS 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 3. Kiki Robertson (2013- ) 4. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 5. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 6. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 7. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 8. Stephanie Smith (1996-00) 9. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 10. Kellie (Torrey) Larrabee (1997-01)

329 284 273 251 238 195 181 168 163 158

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. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 8. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 9. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 10. Hanna Johansson (2008-12)

1,599 1,375 1,363 1,304 1,292 1,263 1,159 1,048 1,022 994


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FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Megan Mullings (2014-16) 2. Kaylie Robison (2010-12) 3. Darlene Smith (1987-90) 4. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 5. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 6. Salina Anderson (1995-97) 7. Robin Graul (1985-89) 8. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 9. Sonya Welch (1985-89) 10. KeKe Wright (2013-15)

.612 .550 .536 .534 .533 .516 .513 .509 .509 .509

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 2. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 3. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 4. Tanya Nizich (2000-04) 5. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 6. Maria Nilsson (2006-08) 7. Tamar Gruwell (2008-10) 8. Tirzah Church (1998-00) Alysa Horn (2009-13) 10. Kylie Burns (2010-14)

239 216 191 177 164 132 125 113 113 112

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE PER GAME 1. Tirzah Church (1998-00) 2. Maria Nilsson (2006-08) 3. Tamar Gruwell (2008-10) 4. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 5. Tanya Nizich (2000-04) 6. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 7. Sasha King (2010-13) 8. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 9. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 10. Dasha Basova (2007-09)

2.1 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.1

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 2. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 3. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 4. Tanya Nizich (2000-04) 5. Angie Warnke (1995-99) 6. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 7. Maria Nilsson (2006-08) 8. Nikki Aden (2007-11) 9. Kylie Burns (2010-14) 10. Alysa Horn (2009-13)

670 576 563 541 396 353 351 345 341 337

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 2. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 3. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 4. Jodi Bellamy (1989-90, 92-93) 5. Diane Dobrich (1986-90) 6. Tirzah Church (1998-00) 7. Tamar Gruwell (2008-10) 8. Sasha King (2010-13) 9. Maria Nilsson (2006-08) 10. Alysha Devine (2013- )

.465 .424 .415 .415 .412 .396 .391 .385 .376 .362

Rebecca Kielpinski 1,181 rebounds

Cheryl Bishop 175 blks/163 stls

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) Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 7. Kiki Robertson (2013- ) 8. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 9. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 10. Jessica Madison (2012-16) Heidi Alderman (1992-96)

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. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 7. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 8. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 9. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87) 10. Diane Dobrich (1986-90)

598 457 432 375 361 333 300 258 248 239

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) Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 10. Beth Clure (1990-92) Bell Jordan (2000-02)

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 3. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 4. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 5. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 6. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 7. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 8. Eva Robinson (1979-81) 9. Megan Mullings (2014-16) 10. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85, 86-87)

736 630 627 536 523 493 471 415 366 361

MINUTES PLAYED 1. Robin Graul (1985-89) 2. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 3. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 4. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 5. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 6. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 7. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 8. Cheryl Bishop (1982-85,86-87) 9. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 10. Kellie Larrabee (1997-01)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. Robbie Robinson (1985-87) 2. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 3. Robin Graul (1985-89) 4. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 5. Greta Fadness (1987-91) 6. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 7. Michelle Hendry (1990-92) 8. Nikki Aden (2007-11) 9. Tijera Mathews (2010-12) 10. Kiki Robertson (2013- )

.855 .838 .813 .803 .802 .791 .777 .766 .764 .761

MINUTES PLAYED PER GAME 1. Kamie Jo Massey (2002-04) 2. Robin Graul (1985-89) 3. Tiffany Massey (1999-01) 4. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) 5. Debbie Clare (1983-85) 6. Tirzah Church (1998-00) 7. Allegra Stoetzel (1992-96) 8. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 9. Beth Clure (1990-92) 10. Tamar Gruwell (2008-10)

GAMES PLAYED 1. Hanna Johansson (2008-12) 2. Nikki Aden (2007-11) 3. Jessica Madison (2012-16) 4. Rebecca Kielpinski (2005-09) 5. Jenna Buchanan (2012-16) 6. Kylie Burns (2010-14) 7. Heidi Alderman (1992-96) 8. Robin Graul (1985-89) 9. Carolyn Doney (1981-85) 10. Wendy Sturgis (1988-92) Stephanie Smith (1996-00) Alysa Horn (2009-13)

133 130 127 126 124 120 114 111 110 109 109 109

126 111 104 100 99 99 96 95 92 91 91 48 29 24 23 21 19 17 17 17 15 15 3,777 3,751 3,334 3,252 3,238 3,198 3,073 2,912 2,865 2,840

SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — CAREER LEADERS

UAA CAREER STATS LEADERS, cont.

37.7 34.0 30.7 30.6 30.6 30.3 30.1 29.8 29.1 28.7

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEARLY COACHING RECORDS

2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 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 2010-11 Tim Moser 27-7 2011-12* Tim Moser 15-4 2012-13 Ryan McCarthy 17-10 2013-14 Ryan McCarthy 19-9 2014-15 Ryan McCarthy 29-2 2015-16 Ryan McCarthy 38-3 39-year totals** 659-445

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 .794 .789 .607 .679 .935 .927 .597

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 14-4 .778 6-2 .750 11-7 .611 12-6 .667 17-1 .944 18-2 .900 278-186 .599

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 2nd/1st 1st/1st T-3rd/T-5th T-3rd/T-5th 1st/1st 1st/1st

Postseason

NCAA First Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA Play-In

NCAA Second Round

NCAA Second Round NCAA Final 4 NCAA Final 4 NCAA Second Round GNAC Tourney Champs/NCAA Second Round GNAC Tourney Champs/NCAA West Reg. Champs GNAC Quarterfinals GNAC Quarterfinals/NCAA First Round GNAC Tourney Champs/NCAA First Round GNAC Tourney Champs/NCAA Runner-Up 15 NCAA Tournaments

^indicates regular-season and postseason tournament finishes beginning in 2011-12 *records and percentages reflect 16 vacated contests; on-court record was 30-5 **records and percentages reflect vacated contests from 2011-12; on-court records are 607-441 and 253-183 # officially 0-17 in 1977-78 due to forfeits $ Larrabee replaced McLaughlin after nine games, when team was 1-8

W L 2-year Griffin Totals 14 28 11-year Bruns Totals 176 142 4-year Raugust Totals 69 43 2.5-year McLaughlin Totals 27 36 2.5-year Larrabee Totals 35 36 4-year Dunigan Totals 50 57 3-year Hensen Totals 35 46 6-year Moser Totals* 150 31 4-year McCarthy Totals 103 24

Pct. .333 .553 .616 .429 .493 .467 .432 .829 .811

*Record and percentage reflect vacated contests from 2011-12; on-court record was 165-32

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All- me victories leader Linda Bruns was inducted to the Seawolf Hall of Fame in 2010.

League Affilia ons Con nental Divide Conference (1984-92) Pacific West Conference (1992-2001) Great Northwest Athle c Conf. (2001- ) Note: Na onal Affilia on switched from AIAW Div. I to NCAA Div. II in 1982-83 season


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Back Row (le -to-right): Ruby Williams, Ashley Thompson, Jess Merkley, Dasha Basova, Rebecca Kielpinski, Maria Nilsson, Danielle Dekel, Lillie Parks, Denise Benavides. Si ng (l-r): Elisha Harris, Jennifer Salazar, Krista Leman, Limor Pelleg, Zee Zee Young, Kalhie Quinones, Erin Cunningham, Nikki Aden.

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

2008-09 NCAA Div. II Semifinalists

1992 West Regional (Portland, OR) Portland State 101, UAA 76

Back Row (le -toright): Kelsie Gourdin, Tristan Burne , Bri any Collins, Dasha Basova, Viki Wohlers, Rebecca Kielpinski, Hanna Johansson, Danielle Dekel, Nicci Miller, Jazzie Gaddy, Alysa Horn. Si ng (l-r): Limor Pelleg, Leah Stepovich, Jordan Mar n, Jenna Endisch, Elisha Harris, Jackie Thiel, Nikki Aden, Sarah Herrin, Tamar Gruwell, Kiki Taylor.

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 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)

2015-16 NCAA Div. II Finalists Back Row (le -to-right): Sierra Afoa, Megan Mullings, Hannah Wandersee, Dominique Brooks, Alysha Devine, Rohyn Huss, Keiahnna Engel. Si ng (l-r): Chrisna Davis, Adriana Dent, Tara Thompson, Yazmeen Goo, Jessica Madison, Jenna Buchanan, Kiki Robertson

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 2011 West Regional (Pomona, CA) UAA 55, Western Washington 48 Cal Poly Pomona 67, UAA 47 2012 West Regional (La Jolla, CA) UAA 65, Cal State Los Angeles 56 UAA 77, Grand Canyon 58 UAA 68, UC San Diego 63 *NCAA Elite Eight (San Antonio, TX) *Ashland 71, UAA 51

SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

2007-08 NCAA Div. II Semifinalists

SEAWOLVES IN THE NCAA DIVISION II WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

2015 West Regional (Anchorage, AK) Point Loma 64, UAA 63 2016 West Regional (Azusa, CA) UAA 82, Cal St. Dominguez Hills 53 UAA 83, Cal Baptist 79, OT UAA 72, UC San Diego 57 NCAA Elite Eight (Sioux Falls, S.D.) UAA 79, Francis Marion 55 (qtrs) UAA 67, Grand Valley St. 47 (semis) NCAA Title Game (Indianapolis) Lubbock Christian 78, UAA 73

All-Time Record**.21-13 Opening Games***.9-5 Rd. of 32..................5-7 Rd. of 16..................4-1 Rd. of 8* ..................3-0 Final 4......................1-2 National Title Gm. ...0-1 *2012 Elite Eight result (loss) vacated **Does not reflect 2012 vacated game (loss) or 1994 Play-In game (win) ***Does not reflect 1994 Play-In game

2014 West Regional (Pomona, CA) Cal Poly Pomona 60, UAA 56

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SERIES VS. ALL OPPONENTS

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ALL-TIME SERIES BY STATE ALABAMA

COLORADO

Alabama-Birmingham 0-1 South Alabama 1-0

Air Force 8-6 Colorado Chris an 4-0 Colorado College 1-1 Colorado-Colo. Springs 2-0 Colorado Mines 3-1 Denver 9-5 Fort Lewis 1-0 Mesa State 1-0 Metro State 13-0 Northern Colorado 10-1 Regis 12-3 Southern Colorado 1-0 Western State 3-1

ALASKA Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Pacific Alaska Southeast

64-30 3-0 1-0

ARIZONA Arizona State Grand Canyon Northern Arizona

0-1 13-3 0-1

ILLINOIS

ARKANSAS Arkansas

0-1

CALIFORNIA Academy of Art California Cal Bap st Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly SLO

2-0 0-1 1-0 1-4 1-0 Cal St. Dominguez Hills 6-1 Cal State Fullerton 0-1 Cal State Hayward 6-0 Cal State Los Angeles 9-4 Cal St. Monterey Bay 2-0 Cal State Northridge 4-2 Chapman 1-1 Chico State 7-0 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 1-0 Concordia 2-0 Dominican 2-0 Fresno Pacific 0-1 Holy Names 1-0 Humboldt State 8-8 Loyola Marymount 2-0 The Master’s 0-1 Notre Dame de Namur 4-0 Pacific 0-1 Pepperdine 2-1 Point Loma 0-1 Sacramento State 1-2 San Diego Chris an 10-2 San Diego State 0-1 San Diego 1-0 San Francisco 1-1 San Francisco State 3-1 San Jose State 1-0 Santa Clara 1-0 Sonoma State 3-1 Stanford 0-2 Stanislaus State 10-2 UC Davis 2-1 UC Riverside 8-1 UC San Diego 5-1 UC Santa Cruz 2-0 U.S. Interna onal 3-0

Central Connec cut St. 0-1 Fairfield 0-1 Post 0-0 Yale 1-0

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1-0 0-1

FLORIDA Flagler Florida Atlan c Florida Interna onal Florida State Lynn Miami North Florida Rollins Saint Leo South Florida Tampa

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

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

6-0 10-0 0-11 6-0 6-0

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

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

Iowa Morningside

0-1 2-0

KANSAS Washburn

0-1

Eastern Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Wesleyan Louisville Mid-Con nent Northern Kentucky Western Kentucky

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

LOUISIANA Louisiana-Lafaye e LSU-Shreveport Nicholls State Northeast Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana

Mount St. Mary’s

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

1-0

1-6 0-1 0-1 0-3 21-14

Central Michigan Grand Valley State Kuyper College Lake Superior State Saginaw Valley State Spring Arbor

2-3 0-1

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

MISSOURI Missouri-St. Louis Northeast Missouri St. Southeast Missouri St. William Jewell

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

Akron Ashland Cedarville Cincinna Cleveland State Kent State Xavier

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

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

OKLAHOMA MONTANA Carroll 2-0 Great Falls 1-1 Montana 0-4 Montana State 1-6 Montana St. Billings 30-26 Montana Tech 2-0 Northern Montana 1-0 Rocky Mountain 1-0 Western Montana 0-1

Nebraska Kearney Wayne State

0-1 1-1

NEVADA Nevada

Cameron Oklahoma State Panhandle State

3-0 0-1 2-0

OREGON Judson Bap st 5-0 Lewis & Clark 1-1 New Hope Chris an 2-0 Oregon 0-6 Oregon State 0-6 Pacific 1-0 Portland 0-2 Portland State 3-16 Southern Oregon 3-1 Warner Pacific 2-3 Western Oregon 29-8

1-1

PENNSYLVANIA NEW HAMPSHIRE

NEW MEXICO

Edinboro Elizabethtown Indiana Mansfield Millersville Pennsylvania Slippery Rock

Eastern New Mexico 4-3 New Mexico Highlands 2-0 New Mexico State 1-0 Western New Mexico 6-9

Providence Rhode Island

Keene State

1-0

NEW JERSEY Georgian Court

1-0

Fordham Iona Mercy Nyack Syracuse

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

RHODE ISLAND 0-1 0-2

SOUTH CAROLINA 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 1-0

Clemson Coastal Carolina Francis Marion Furman Presbyterian South Carolina

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

NORTH CAROLINA North Carolina UNC-Greensboro Wake Forest Western Carolina

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

SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota State

NORTH DAKOTA Minot State North Dakota State

2-0 1-3

2-1

TENNESSEE Chris an Brothers

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

OHIO 0-1 0-1

NEW YORK

MASSACHUSETTS Bentley Boston College

Alcorn State Mississippi State

NEBRASKA

KENTUCKY

MICHIGAN

HAWAII BYU-Hawaii Chaminade Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii Pacific

INDIANA IUPUI Notre Dame Purdue Southern Indiana Valparaiso

MARYLAND

GEORGIA Clayton State Columbus State Georgia State Georgia Tech Mercer

MISSISSIPPI 4-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0

IOWA

CONNECTICUT

District of Columbia Georgetown

Lincoln Chris an McKendree Northeastern Illinois St. Xavier S. Illinois-Edwardsville Wheaton

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

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

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

VIRGINIA 0-2 3-0 0-1 0-1 2-3 1-0 0-1

VERMONT Franklin Pierce Norwich

1-0 2-0

George Mason Radford William & Mary

1-0 1-0 0-1

WASHINGTON Centralia JC 1-0 Central Washington 24-14 Eastern Washington 0-7 Gonzaga 2-1 Northwest College 2-0 Pacific Lutheran 0-1 Puget Sound 6-0

Saint Mar n’s Sea le University Sea le Pacific Washington Washington State Western Washington

25-15 13-8 25-34 0-3 0-3 19-23

WISCONSIN Marque e 0-1 Silver Lake 2-0 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1-0

WYOMING Wyoming

0-1

WEST VIRGINIA Fairmont State West Virginia Tech

0-1 2-0

CANADA Simon Fraser

13-7

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS Year Record FG-FGA 1977-78 *7-10 1978-79 7-18 1979-80 8-26 721-2055 1980-81 8-25 826-2286 1981-82 11-18 737-1972 1982-83 13-12 656-1625 1983-84 20-10 872-1994 1984-85 18-10 802-1877 1985-86 17-11 745-1713 1986-87 18- 8 832-1781 1987-88 24- 5 886-1952 1988-89 20- 8 864-1729 1989-90 18- 9 847-1708 1990-91 21- 7 843-1821 1991-92 19- 9 831-1786 1992-93 11-15 693-1644 1993-94 18-12 743-1827 1994-95 11-16 682-1703 1995-96 15-12 791-1863 1996-97 6-20 611-1537 1997-98 14-13 668-1748 1998-99 16-11 691-1677 1999-00 21- 8 742-1734 2000-01 13-14 649-1637 2001-02 5-22 630-1637 2002-03 11-15 606-1599 2003-04 13-14 604-1485 2004-05 9-18 611-1502 2005-06 13-14 583-1373 2006-07 23- 6 684-1710 2007-08 30- 5 912-2128 2008-09 31- 4 839-2005 2009-10 24- 5 758-1798 2010-11 27- 7 804-2064 2011-12 **15- 4 1007-2199 2012-13 17-10 663-1617 2013-14 19- 9 781-1964 2014-15 29- 2 892-2060 2015-16 38- 3 1240-2749

PCT

3P-3PA

PCT

.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 .390 .458 .410 .398 .433 .451

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 86-316 113-370 103-353 121-362 113-334 109-348 217-642 233-693 245-699 198-589 179-654 181-531 221-643 192-602 170-506 334-922

----------------.467 .388 .455 .421 .331 .311 .338 .345 .328 .314 .291 .302 .343 .272 .305 .292 .334 .338 .313 .338 .336 .351 .336 .274 .341 .344 .319 .336 .362

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 .699 504-719 .701 495-707 .700 335-441 .760 476-658 .723 503-744 .676 475-671 .708

AST

TO

BLK

STL

REB-AVG

PTS-AVG

268 330 327 373 524 478 423 494 483 495 496 487 459 398 512 418 457 350 421 453 517 445 390 391 419 386 401 438 591 531 447 446 623 414 473 523 802

602 791 686 559 602 568 538 510 551 577 566 619 579 601 669 551 613 618 530 455 539 516 560 540 439 529 591 519 589 666 492 560 589 418 448 527 679

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 86 117 108 59 67 103 132

298 335 225 249 352 349 296 362 359 346 336 340 361 326 339 287 389 207 283 259 328 239 199 236 218 192 231 228 371 392 395 396 395 252 400 464 559

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 1370-40.3 1515-43.3 954-35.3 1181-42.2 1333-43.0 1722-42.0

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 2291-67.4 2690-76.9 1882-69.7 2230-79.6 2457-79.3 3289-80.2

SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — ALL-TIME SERIES / YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS

ALL-TIME SERIES BY STATE, cont.

*0-17 due to forfeits **does not include 16 vacated contests; on-court record 30-5

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 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 Invita onal

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 Invita onal

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 Bap st^ 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 Invita onal

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 Invita onal

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. Interna onal 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

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 Invita onal

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 Montana St. Billings L 50-66 at Montana 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 Invita onal

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


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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 Invita onal ^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 Montana St. Billings L at Montana 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 Invita onal

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 Invita onal ^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. Interna onal at Regis at Denver at Air Force MSU BILLINGS at Alaska Fairbanks METRO STATE REGIS at Metro State at Northern Colorado at Montana 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 Invita onal #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 Montana 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 Invita onal

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 Sea le 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 Montana St. Billings L 43-69 at Grand Canyon W 72-52 at Grand Canyon W 88-53 at Sacramento State L 71-89 at Sea le Pacific L 69-82

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 Invita onal

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 Montana St. Billings at Portland State at Sea le 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

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 Atlan c L at Florida Internat’l L WESTERN KENTUCKY* L IONA* L UTAH STATE* W SE MISSOURI STATE^ L

%Dr Pepper Classic – Canyon, TX *Northern Lights Invita onal ^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 Mar n’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 Sea le Pacific L 54-80 at Alaska Fairbanks W 64-59 GRAND CANYON W 90-77 MSU BILLINGS L-OT 65-67 at Montana St. Billings W 69-53

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2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 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 Invita onal

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 Montana St. Billings L at Sea le 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 Invita onal ^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 Montana St. Billings L 51-82 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 91-65 at Sea le 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 Invita onal

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 Sea le Pacific at Montana 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 Invita onal

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% Indiana (Pa.)% LEWIS-CLARK STATE LEWIS-CLARK STATE SOUTHERN OREGON SOUTHERN OREGON BRIGHAM YOUNG*

L L L L W L L

59-65 62-65 70-73 40-84 71-66 63-73 62-91

MERCER* BOSTON COLLEGE*

L L

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 Sea le Pacific L 60-86 at Montana 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 Invita onal ^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 Montana St. Billings L at Sea le Pacific L at Saint Mar n’s L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W *Northern Lights Invita onal ^Elizabethtown Blue Jay Classic

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 Chris an 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 Montana 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

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 Mar n’s W at Central Washington L SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W at Western Washington L at Sea le Pacific W MSU BILLINGS L W. NEW MEXICO 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 66-68 58-44


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at Western Oregon at Humboldt State at Simon Fraser at Sea le University HUMBOLDT STATE Central Washington^ Western Washington^

W W L W W W L

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

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

WESTERN OREGON at Northwest Nazarene at Saint Mar n’s at Central Washington at Sea le Pacific ALASKA FAIRBANKS W. WASHINGTON SEATTLE UNIVERSITY

L L L L L L L L

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 Sea le Pacific L at Western Washington L at Northwest Nazarene L at Sea le University W W. NEW MEXICO W MSU BILLINGS W WESTERN OREGON W HUMBOLDT STATE W-OT at Saint Mar n’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

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

2001-02 (5-22) CHRISTIAN HERITAGE L 51-68 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE W 67-54 GONZAGA* L 45-98 MARQUETTE* L 50-88 LINCOLN CHRISTIAN W 88-32 LINCOLN CHRISTIAN W 75-21 at Western Oregon L 51-113 at Humboldt State L 55-66 MSU BILLINGS L 54-82 Bentley% L 63-92 Mercy (N.Y.)% W 70-44 SAINT MARTIN’S L 74-79 NW NAZARENE L 56-77 SEATTLE PACIFIC L 55-87 CENT. WASHINGTON L 55-78 at Alaska Fairbanks L-OT 62-66 at Sea le University L 70-80 at Western Washington L 54-72 HUMBOLDT STATE W 66-53

2002-03 (11-15) WARNER PACIFIC L WARNER PACIFIC W NEVADA* L EASTERN KENTUCKY* W SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W at Chris an 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 Sea le Pacific L at Central Washington L at Alaska Fairbanks L W. WASHINGTON L HUMBOLDT STATE W WESTERN OREGON L-OT at Saint Mar n’s W-OT at Northwest Nazarene L SEATTLE PACIFIC L CENT. WASHINGTON L at Western Washington L at Sea le 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

Head Coach

Jody Hensen 3 seasons 35-46 (.432)

*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 65-75 48-61

at Alaska Fairbanks L at Central Washington L at Western Washington L SAINT MARTIN’S L SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L at Northwest Nazarene L at Sea le Pacific L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W W. WASHINGTON L CENT. WASHINGTON W at Sea le University L at Saint Mar n’s W SEATTLE PACIFIC L NW NAZARENE W at Western Oregon W at Humboldt State L

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 Sea le 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 Sea le University W at Alaska Fairbanks L HUMBOLDT STATE L WESTERN OREGON W at Saint Mar n’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 W CHRISTIAN HERITAGE W MOUNT ST. MARY’S* W CLEMSON* W HUMBOLDT STATE L WESTERN OREGON L W. NEW MEXICO W MSU BILLINGS# L W. NEW MEXICO# L at Utah Valley State L at Westminster L at Northwest Nazarene L at Saint Mar n’s L

CENT. WASHINGTON W 72-63 SEATTLE PACIFIC L 40-76 at Sea le Univ. L-OT 66-71 at W. Washington W 78-70 at Alaska Fairbanks W 57-55 SAINT MARTIN’S L 55-61 NW NAZARENE W 76-72 at Sea le Pacific L 45-69 at Cent. Washington L-OT 77-82 W. WASHINGTON L 62-82 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 74-61 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 76-64 at Western Oregon W 67-47 at Humboldt State W 66-40

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 HUMBOLDT STATE L WESTERN OREGON W

72-64 78-49 51-77 54-74 73-47 70-29 66-60 64-59 62-61 67-75 64-45

Head Coach

Tim Moser 6 seasons 150-31 (.829)* *reflects vacated contests from 2011-12

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 Sea le 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 Sea le University W 47-38 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 64-61 CENT. WASHINGTON W 75-65 NW NAZARENE W 69-58 at Saint Mar n’s L 57-69 at Western Oregon W 85-73 vs CS Dominguez Hills$ W 49-48 at UC San Diego$ L 51-66

SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout ^Glacier Classic — Fairbanks $NCAA West Regional—La Jolla, CA

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2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED 2007-08 (30-5) 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 Sea le 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 Mar n’s W 49-44 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 68-54 CENT. WASHINGTON W 85-53 W. WASHINGTON W 65-53 at Sea le University L 64-67 at Montana St. Billings W 62-56 vs Sonoma State$ W 70-53 vs Chico State$ W 65-47 at Sea le Pacific$ W 50-44 vs Franklin Pierce! W-OT 71-65 vs Northern Kentucky! L 54-57 %Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout ^ Glacier Classic # Vulcan Wahine Classic — Hilo, HI $ NCAA West Regional — Sea le, WA ! NCAA Elite Eight — Kearney, NE

2008-09 (31-4) vs Columbus State# W vs Bentley# W vs Lake Superior St.# L-OT GEORGIAN COURT W COLORADO CHRISTIAN W

53-39 46-43 65-70 77-33 55-54

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 Mar n’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 Sea le 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 Sea le Pacific^ W vs Clayton State$ W vs Minnesota State$ L

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

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

2009-10 (24-5) HAWAII HILO HAWAII HILO COASTAL CAROLINA$ CINCINNATI$ vs Nyack% vs Nyack% BYU-HAWAII^ GRAND CANYON^ WESTERN STATE WESTERN STATE at Chaminade

W 100-48 W 102-44 W 89-47 W 49-48 W 75-42 W 70-62 W 67-37 W 84-70 L 35-36 W 92-57 W 90-43

NCAA Viola ons Summary During the transi on between women’s basketball coaches in the summer of 2012, the University of Alaska Anchorage discovered two student-athletes had been promised full scholarships when, in fact, they only received par al scholarships. Further research into this discrepancy revealed that unknown third par es accessed the studentathletes’ account informa on and used that informa on to make anonymous cash payments to their accounts. As a result, students believing that they had no indebtedness to the university because of scholarships, did not no ce when they had no indebtedness due to these payments that violated NCAA regula ons. The current women’s basketball staff had no involvement in this ac vity. UAA self-reported this viola on upon discovery and ac vely par cipated in the NCAA’s

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at Central Washington W at Western Washington L MSU BILLINGS W SAINT MARTIN’S W WESTERN OREGON W at Sea le Pacific L at Northwest Nazarene W at Alaska Fairbanks W W. WASHINGTON W CENT. WASHINGTON W at Western Oregon W at Saint Mar n’s W at MSU Billings W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W NW NAZARENE W SEATTLE PACIFIC L vs Cal Poly Pomona# W at Sea le Pacific# L

77-42 58-78 85-63 78-62 68-54 42-57 66-65 81-48 71-69 76-52 62-60 83-49 65-63 98-46 62-50 60-67 69-50 48-52

$Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout % at Fairbanks ^ AT&T Classic # NCAA West Regional—Sea le

2010-11 (27-7) vs UC San Diego% W 74-62 vs Grand Canyon% W 63-55 vs Texas Woman’s% L-2OT 73-79 N.MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 73-39 N.MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 81-43 SAN JOSE STATE $ W 48-3 KENT STATE $ L 47-53 at Alaska Fairbanks W 73-46 MINOT STATE & W 74-49 DIXIE STATE & W 68-53 CHAMINADE W 105-30 CHAMINADE W 102-43 at MSU Billings W 78-59 at Sea le Pacific L 67-71 NW NAZARENE W 82-62 CENT. WASHINGTON W 68-45 at Western Oregon W 63-47 at Saint Mar n’s L 53-61 SIMON FRASER W 65-52 W. WASHINGTON L 61-81 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 68-56 MSU BILLINGS W 62-48 at Central Washington W 63-48 at Northwest Nazarene W 61-60

SAINT MARTIN’S W WESTERN OREGON W at Western Washington L at Simon Fraser W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W NW NAZARENE# W SEATTLE PACIFIC# W at W. Washington# W vs W. Washington! W at Cal Poly Pomona! L

64-48 71-47 57-67 55-36 70-40 64-50 68-66 68-67 55-48 47-67

% Disney’s II Tip-Off Classic - Anaheim $Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout & AT&T Hoops Classic # GNAC Tournament ! NCAA West Regional—Pomona, CA

2011-12 (15-4)* MINOT STATE W* 87-63 DIXIE STATE W* 95-58 DOMINICAN (Calif.) W* 91-36 DOMINICAN (Calif.) W* 98-50 MIAMI, FL ^ L 55-72 CENT. MICHIGAN ^ OT-L 84-90 at Alaska Fairbanks W* 78-29 HAWAII-HILO # W 80-44 ACADEMY OF ART # W 90-53 at Chaminade W 100-45 at Chaminade W 91-47 vs St. Xavier & W 62-45 at Central Washington W 78-60 at Northwest Nazarene W 79-71 MONTANA ST BILLINGS W 59-50 SEATTLE PACIFIC W* 82-59 at Simon Fraser L 69-77 at W. Washington W* 75-55 WESTERN OREGON W* 86-58 SAINT MARTIN’S W* 83-48 NW NAZARENE W* 79-39 CENT. WASHINGTON W* 80-48 at Sea le Pacific L 62-67 at Montana St. Billings W 56-51 W. WASHINGTON W* 72-50 SIMON FRASER W 77-57 at Saint Mar n’s W* 74-42 at Western Oregon W* 72-42 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W* 94-49 Simon Fraser % W 74-70 Western Washington% W 67-52

inves ga on into it. Ul mately, the former women’s basketball coach admi ed to masterminding and execu ng the plan with the help of a volunteer assistant coach. The Penal es that UAA will serve are the following: I. Public Reprimand & Censure; II. Proba on from May 2014 – May 2016; III. $5,000 fine; IV. Vaca on of the 2011-12 regular season and conference tournaments in which ineligible student-athletes competed; V. Loss of 74% of a full scholarship for one academic year (this is being appealed); VI. Self-imposed external compliance audit in 2015.


2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL vs Cal State-LA $ vs Grand Canyon $ at UC San Diego $ vs Ashland %

W W W L*

65-56 77-58 68-65 51-71

^Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout # AT&T Hoops Classic & at Honolulu, HI % GNAC Tournament — at Lacey, WA $ NCAA West Regional — La Jolla, CA % NCAA Elite Eight—San Antonio, TX *record reflects 16 vacated contests; on-court record 30-5

Head Coach

Ryan McCarthy 4 seasons 103-24 (.811) 2012-13 (17-10) COLORADO MINES L 74-80 REGIS W 85-76 REGIS W 70-67 NORTH DAKOTA ST. ^ W 73-47 UTAH STATE ^ L 57-67 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 86-58 BYU-HAWAII # W 100-68 E. NEW MEXICO # W 82-40 CAL STATE-LA # W 66-56 W. WASHINGTON L 60-70 SIMON FRASER L 51-75 at Montana St Billings L 64-78 at Sea le Pacific W 77-72 NW NAZARENE L 49-76 CENT. WASHINGTON L 64-74 at Western Oregon W 63-54 at Saint Mar n’s W 48-45 at Simon Fraser L 52-60 at Western Washington L 72-83 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 93-82 MSU BILLINGS W 61-55 at Central Washington W 68-55 at Northwest Nazarene W 94-82

SAINT MARTIN’S WESTERN OREGON at Alaska Fairbanks vs NW Nazarene %

W W W L

76-58 61-41 76-61 60-65

^Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout # AT&T Hoops Classic % GNAC Tournament — Lacey, Wash.

2013-14 (19-9) W. NEW MEXICO W 85-56 at BYU-Hawaii W 99-52 at BYU-Hawaii W 100-49 at Chaminade W 93-57 UC RIVERSIDE^ 2OT-W 83-75 GEORGETOWN^ L 78-92 MSU BILLINGS W 90-59 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 77-65 CAMERON# W 86-70 SAINT LEO# W 88-68 at Northwest Nazarene L 80-86 at Central Washington W 82-80 WESTERN OREGON W 97-71 SAINT MARTIN’S L 78-85 at Alaska Fairbanks W 96-87 at Western Washington L 70-76 at Simon Fraser L 74-78 CENT. WASHINGTON W 77-70 NW NAZARENE W 72-70 at Saint Mar n’s L 46-56 at Western Oregon W 73-47 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 88-68 SIMON FRASER W 87-71 W. WASHINGTON W 79-75 at Sea le Pacific W 76-65 at Montana St. Billings L 72-75 at Saint Mar n’s % L 48-58 at Cal Poly Pomona ! L 56-60 ^ Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout # AT&T Hoops Classic % GNAC Tournament — Lacey, WA ! NCAA West Regional — Pomona, CA

2014-15 (29-2) HOLY NAMES % W 92-35 CHAMINADE % W 93-57 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS W 88-43 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS W 78-41 YALE $ W 72-63 at Montana St. Billings W 76-60 at Sea le Pacific W 85-58 McKENDREE W 96-68 McKENDREE W 80-66 TEX. A&M KINGSVILLE^ W 90-49 PACIFIC (ORE.)^ W 85-39 HAWAII PACIFIC W 109-83 NW NAZARENE L 64-79 CENT. WASHINGTON W 80-57 at Western Oregon W 79-61 at Saint Mar n’s W 74-47 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 87-62 W. WASHINGTON W 71-58 SIMON FRASER W 86-66 at Central Washington W 58-50 at Northwest Nazarene W 97-83 SAINT MARTIN’S W 69-56 WESTERN OREGON W 77-51 at Alaska Fairbanks W 77-61 at Simon Fraser W 63-59 at Western Washington W 81-78 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 83-70 MSU BILLINGS W 74-64 vs Simon Fraser$ W 59-56 vs W. Washington$ W 71-58 POINT LOMA ! L 63-64 % GNAC/Pac West Challenge $ GCI Great Alaska Shootout ^ Seawolf Hoops Classic $ GNAC Tournament — Billings, MT ! NCAA West Regional — AK Air. Ctr

2015-16 (38-3) vs William Jewell^ W 90-63 vs CS Dominguez Hills^ W 82-61 vs Academy of Art^ W 87-82 NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN W 109-48 NEW HOPE CHRISTIAN W 101-26 DIXIE STATE W 122-52

STANISLAUS STATE W at Hawaii Pacific W at Hawaii-Hilo W at Hawaii-Hilo W PEPPERDINE$ W at Simon Fraser W at Western Washington L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W CEDARVILLE W UC SAN DIEGO W MSU BILLINGS W WESTERN OREGON W CONCORDIA, ORE.* W at Central Washington W at Northwest Nazarene W SEATTLE PACIFIC W SAINT MARTIN’S W at Alaska Fairbanks W at MSU Billings W at Concordia, Ore.* W at Western Oregon* W NW NAZARENE W CENT. WASHINGTON W at Saint Mar n’s W at Sea le Pacific W W. WASHINGTON W SIMON FRASER L vs Simon Fraser# W vs MSU Billings# W vs CS Dominguez Hills% W vs Cal Bap st% OT-W vs UC San Diego% W vs Francis Marion ! W vs Grand Valley State ! W vs Lubbock Chris an + L

91-42 62-51 92-39 80-33 94-61 76-74 62-71 78-56 75-45 76-72 70-50 90-39 76-49 66-42 95-71 82-47 78-52 82-56 85-73 59-32 77-42 82-53 69-61 71-59 70-47 79-52 66-67 82-47 77-57 82-53 83-79 72-57 79-55 67-47 73-78

SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED

^ CCA Div. II Tip-Off Classic — Anaheim/Carson, CA $ GCI Great Alaska Shootout # GNAC Tournament - Lacey, WA % NCAA West Regional — Azusa, CA ! NCAA D-II Elite Eight — Sioux Falls, SD + NCAA D-II Na onal Championship — Indianapolis, IN

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL A

Jacobson, Dorothy .................. 1981-82 Jobe, Wendi ....................... 1992-93-94 Johansson, Hanna ......... 2009-10-11-12 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 King, Sasha .............................. 2012-13 Kohinka, Shelly ..............................1983 Korpela, Amber .............................2000

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 Bonner, Leah .................................2015 Bottoms, Dana............... 1998-99-00-01 Brady, Kim .....................................2006 Brassard, Noelle ...................... 1986-87 Brewster, Alex ...............................2013 Bro, Cassie .....................................2005 Brooks, Dominique ........................2016 Brooks, Keyona..............................2007 Brooks, Sara...................................2003 Brown, Dana ..................................1981 Buchanan, Jenna ........... 2013-14-15-16 Buchmann, Megan .................. 2000-01 Burch, Lisa .....................................1989 Burleson, Lucrecia ................... 1990-91 Burnett, Tristan .................. 2006-07-09 Burns, Kylie.................... 2011-12-13-14

C

Carr, Ann .......................................2001 Carr, Courtney ..................... 1999-2000 Castle, Melissa...............................2014 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 Craft, Emily ....................................2014 Cubbedge, Jill ..................... 1982-84-85 Cunningham, Erin .................... 2007-08

D

Davis, Christina........................ 2014-16 Davis, Deanna ............... 1983-84-85-86 Dawson, Jody ................................1978 De Angelis, Francesca ...................2011 DeBoer, Keri ............................ 1984-85 Decker, Melanie ............................1989 Deichmann, Bruna ........................2012 Dekel, Danielle ........................ 2008-09 Denman,Cynthia...................... 1978-79 Denson-Griffin, Tanee’ ..................2011 Dent, Adriana .......................... 2015-16 DEVINE, ALYSHA................2014-15-16 Dickerson, Lori ........................ 1982-83 Digerness, Jami ....................... 1993-94 Dobrich, Diane .............. 1987-88-89-90 Doney, Carolyn .............. 1982-83-84-85

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J

Abbas, Janelle................ 1995-96-97-98 Adams, Alicia .................................2001 Aden, Nikki .................... 2008-09-10-11 AFOA, SIERRA.........................2015-16 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

L

Stacie Cepin (1997-98)

E

Elrod, Debbie.................................1988 Engel, Keiahnna.............................2016 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

Gage, Chris ....................................1981 Galvin, Debbie ...............................1988 Galvin, Kim .................... 1986-87-88-89 Gardeline, Jennifer ............. 1999-00-01 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 ........................... 2010-11 Hicks, Darla ............................. 1991-92 Hinkle, Kathy ........................... 1980-81 Holmstead, Haley ..........................2012 Horn, Alysa .................... 2010-11-12-13 Horton, Sonya ...............................1990 Hutchins, Alyssa ...................... 2013-14 Hutsell, Jolyn .................................1995

I

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

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 Lundahl, Kajsa ...............................2011

M

Madison, Alli ................. 2012-13-14-15 Madison, Jessica............ 2013-14-15-16 Manu, Pauline ......................... 1990-91 Martin, Jordan............... 2010-11-12-13 Massey, Kamie Jo .................... 2003-04 Massey, Tiffany ....................... 2000-01 Mathews, Tijera ...................... 2011-12 McBride, Kaitlin ....................... 2010-11 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 Mullings, Megan ..................... 2015-16

N

Nasby, Amber................ 2002-03-04-05 Nelson, Caitlin ...............................2011 Nelson, Jerica ................................2015 Nenbee, Torle ......................... 2010-12 Newman, Amy...............................2000 Nilsson, Maria ......................... 2007-08 Nizich, Tanya ................. 2001-02-03-04

O

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

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 Richens, Katie ................................2012 Rickstrew, Janet ............................1983 Riley, Michelle ......................... 1996-97 Riser, Mari ............................... 2006-07 Roberts, Kim ............................ 1980-81 ROBERTSON, KIKI ..............2014-15-16 Robinson, Andrea..........................1993 Robinson, Eva .......................... 1980-81 Robinson, Robbie .................... 1986-87 Robison, Kaylie ........................ 2011-12 Rogers, Leslee ...............................1993 Rzeszut, Anne .......................... 1985-86 Ryder, Gritt....................................2012

S

Salazar, Jennifer ...................... 2007-08 Seale, Miriam ................................2012 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

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Taborsky, Laura .............................2002 Taylor, Kiki ............................... 2009-10 Tegeler, Elke ..................................1985 Thiel, Jackie ...................................2009 Thompson, Ashley .........................2008 THOMPSON, TARA ......................2016 Titus, Michelle .................... 1997-98-99 Trepl, Shelly...................................1984 Trotter, Christy ..............................1994 Trump, Patty .................................1986

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

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

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WANDERSEE, HANNAH ...............2016 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 Wilson, Jamie ................................2013 Wohlers, Viki ........................... 2009-10 Wright, KeKe ........................... 2014-15

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


2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-AMERICAN 2016

Megan Mullings (CoSIDA—3rd Tm/WBCA—HM)

2015

Megan Mullings

(WBCA/CoSIDA/WDII Bull.—HM)

2012

Hanna Johansson (WBCA—1st Team) (CoSIDA—2nd Tm)

Haley Holmstead (WBCA—Hon. Men on)

2011

Hanna Johansson (WBCA—Hon. Men on)

2009

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

2008

Rebecca Kielpinski

(Women’s D-II Bulle n—2nd Tm) (WBCA—Hon. Men on)

2007

Rebecca Kielpinski

(Women’s D-II Bulle n—3rd Tm)

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 2012 1996 1995

Hanna Johansson (3rd Tm) Allegra Stoetzel (1st Tm) Allegra Stoetzel (3rd Tm)

NCAA DIV. II FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1986

Robin Graul

ALL-REGION 2016 Megan Mullings (1st Tm) 2015 Megan Mullings (1st Tm) 2012 Hanna Johansson (1st Tm) Haley Holmstead (1st/2nd Tm) 2011 Hanna Johansson (2nd Tm) 2010 Nicci Miller (2nd Tm) 2009 Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) 2008 Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) 2007 Rebecca Kielpinski (1st Tm) 2006 Rebecca Kielpinski (2nd Tm) 2004 Kamie Jo Massey (2nd Tm) 2003 Kamie Jo Massey 2002 Bell Jordan 1996 Heidi Alderman 1995 Heidi Alderman Allegra Stoetzel 1989 Robin Graul 1988 Robin Graul 1987 Robin Graul 1985 Debbie Clare

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2012 2009 2008

Hanna Johansson (GNAC) Rebecca Kielpinski (GNAC) Rebecca Kielpinski

2007 1990

Rebecca Kielpinski (GNAC) Diane Dobrich (CDC)

(GNAC, co-)

Kamie Jo Massey 1989 1988 1987 1985

Robin Graul (CDC) Robin Graul (CDC) Robin Graul (CDC) Cheryl Bishop (CDC)

Kaitlin McBride

Megan Mullings

GNAC TOURNAMENT MVP

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 Bo oms (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 Tro er (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)

2011 2012 2015 2016

CONFERENCE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2016 2015 2012 2010 2009 2008 2007 2003

Keiahnna Engel (GNAC) Megan Mullings (GNAC) Haley Holmstead (GNAC) Kelsie Gourdin (GNAC, co-) Jackie Thiel (GNAC, co-) Kalhie Quinones (GNAC) Jayci Stone (GNAC) Kamie Jo Massey (GNAC)

CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2013 Jessica Madison (GNAC, co-) 2012 Gri Ryder (GNAC) 2006 Rebecca Kielpinski (GNAC)

REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 2016 2015 2009

Ryan McCarthy (WBCA) Ryan McCarthy (WBCA) Tim Moser (WBCA)

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 2015 2012 2009 2007 1988 1986

Ryan McCarthy (GNAC) Tim Moser (GNAC) Tim Moser (GNAC) Tim Moser (GNAC) Linda Bruns (CDC) Linda Bruns (CDC)

Kaitlin McBride Haley Holmstead Kiki Robertson Kiki Robertson

ALL-CONFERENCE 2016

Megan Mullings (1st Tm) Jenna Buchanan (1st Tm) Kiki Robertson (2nd Tm) Alysha Devine (HM) Jessica Madison (HM) 2015 Megan Mullings (1st Tm) Kiki Robertson (2nd Tm) Jenna Buchanan (HM) Alli Madison (HM) KeKe Wright (HM) 2014 Kylie Burns (2nd Tm) Kiki Robertson (2nd Tm) 2013 Alysa Horn (2nd Tm) Sasah King (2nd Tm) 2012 Hanna Johansson (1st Tm) Haley Holmstead (1st Team) Alysa Horn (HM) Kaylie Robison (HM) 2011 Hanna Johansson (1st Tm) Alysa Horn (2nd Tm) Kaitlin McBride (2nd Tm) 2010 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)

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — INDIVIDUAL HONORS

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2015

2014

2013 2012

2011

2010

2009 2008

2007

2004 2002 2001

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

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Sierra Afoa Jenna Buchanan Alysha Devine Jessica Madison Jenna Buchanan Alysha Devine Jessica Madison Jenna Buchanan Kylie Burns Alyssa Hutchins Jessica Madison Kylie Burns Alysa Horn Kylie Burns Alysa Horn Hanna Johansson Nikki Aden Sarah Herrin Alysa Horn Kaitlin McBride Hanna Johansson Nikki Aden Tamar Gruwell Sarah Herrin Hanna Johansson 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 Swi (1st Tm)

Kodiak’s Alysa Horn was UAA’s co-Team MVP in 2012-13 and Most Improved Player in 2010-11. 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

UAA ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2015-16 2006-07 1995-96 1987-88

Megan Mullings Rebecca Kielpinski Allegra Stoetzel Robin Graul

TEAM MVP 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 1993-94

Megan Mullings Megan Mullings Kylie Burns Alysa Horn & Sasha King Hanna Johansson Kaitlin McBride Tamar Gruwell Rebecca Kielpinski Rebecca Kielpinski & Kalhie Quinones Rebecca Kielpinski Rebecca Kielpinski None awarded Kamie Jo Massey Sherri Felton

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 2013-present 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96

Not awarded Tijera Mathews Nikki Aden 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

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

Allegra Stoetzel Christy Tro er Jami Digerness Michelle Hendry Michelle Hendry Wendy Sturgis Kim Galvin Veronica Park Kim Galvin Sherri Gill Sharon McIntyre

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97

Hannah Wandersee Sierra Afoa Chris na Davis Jessica Madison Gri Ryder Alysa Horn 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 Bo oms Angie Warnke Teri Cothren


2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

2008-09

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

2007-08 2006-07

2005-06 2004-05

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 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 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

Alysha Devine Jenna Buchanan Alyssa Hutchins Jordan Mar n Jordan Mar n Jordan Mar n 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 Pauline Manu Greta Fadness Melanie Decker Kelly Mullican Robbie Robinson Robbie Robinson Jill Cubbedge

HUSTLE AWARD 2013-present 2011-12 2010-11

Not awarded Kylie Burns Sarah Herrin

2003-04

2002-03

2001-02 2000-01

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

Sarah Herrin Nikki Aden Jennifer Salazar Mari Riser Rebecca Kielpinski

COACHES’ AWARD 2013-present 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94

Not awarded Kaylie Robison Kaylie Robison 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

Tamar Gruwell 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

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

TEAM CAPTAIN(S) 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11

2009-10

Alysha Devine Jenna Buchanan Alysha Devine Alli Madison Kylie Burns Alysa Horn Sasha King Hanna Johansson Kaylie Robison Nikki Aden Sarah Herrin Kaitlin McBride Tamar Gruwell Kiki Taylor

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

Tamar Gruwell Jackie Thiel Maria Nilsson Rebecca Kielpinski Mari Riser Tenecia Lockard Jayci Stone Meghan Vaughan Kelsey Larsen Mari Riser Taylor Long Jessica Reilly Stephanie Beason Sarah Larrabee Kamie Jo Massey Jessica Reilly Sarah Larrabee Kamie Jo Massey Jessica Reilly Bell Jordan Stephanie Johnson 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 Swi Robbie Robinson Deanna Davis Sherri Gill Carolyn Doney Laurice Harrison

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GCI GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT & DIV. I VICTORIES

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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 GCI Great Alaska Shootout. For the 36th women’s tourney in 2016, the Seawolves will welcome Missouri State, Portland and Southern California. With six Shootout championships, Division II UAA has established an unprecedented level of success against its D-I competition, including an amzing string of four straight titles from 2006-09. GCI GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT HISTORY Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994-I 1994-II 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Champion Iowa San Diego State Minnesota Old Dominion Texas Louisiana Tech Northeast Louisiana New Orleans South Carolina Stephen F. Aus n Alaska Anchorage Northern Illinois Penn State Hawaii Rhode Island Clemson South Carolina Georgia Tennessee No Tournament Kansas Ohio State Iowa Nevada Alaska Anchorage Stanford Central Connec cut St. Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage Kent State Miami, Fla. Utah State Georgetown Long Beach State Western Kentucky

Runner-Up Alaska Anchorage Houston Indiana Wichita State UNLV Penn State Southern Cal Memphis State UNLV Old Dominion South Alabama Louisville Mo.-Kansas City Southern Methodist Northeast Louisiana UCLA Arizona State Oregon Wisconsin

Most Outstanding Player Cindy Haugejordge (Iowa) Diena Pels (SDSU) Laura Coenen (Minnesota) Lorri Bauman (Drake) Anne e Smith (Texas) Dawn Royster (N. Carolina) Lisa Ingram (NE Louisiana) Kunshinge Sorrell (Miss. St.) Martha Parker (S. Carolina) Connie Cole (S.F. Aus n) Diane Dobrich (UAA) Lisa Foss (No. Illinois) Susan Robinson (Penn St.) Valerie Agee (Hawaii) Dayna Smith (URI) Tara Saunooke (Clemson) Shannon Johnson (S. Car.) Tracy Henderson (Georgia) Chamique Holdsclaw (UT)

Louisville Rhode Island Gonzaga Indiana Clemson Louisiana-Lafaye e Arizona UC Riverside Santa Clara Syracuse Cincinna Alaska Anchorage South Florida Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage

Lynn Pride (Kansas) Jamie Lewis (Ohio State) Lindsey Meder (Iowa) Laura Ingham (Nevada) Kamie Jo Massey (UAA) Candice Wiggins (Stanford) Gabriella Guegbelet (CCSU) Rebecca Kielpinski (UAA) Rebecca Kielpinski (UAA) Rebecca Kielpinski (UAA) Nicci Miller (UAA) Jamilah Humes (Kent St.) Shenise Johnson (Miami) Devyn Chris ansen (USU) Andrea White (Georgetown) Megan Mullings (UAA) Kendall Noble (WKU)

LEFT: Chamique Holdsclaw led her unbeaten Tennessee squad to the 1997 tle. RIGHT: Three- me 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 38 wins over 33 programs, including such powers as Clemson, Wake Forest and Santa Clara. In the last 10 seasons, the Seawolves are 13-6 against D-I compeitition, including wins over Big East foes Syracuse and Cincinnati. Last year, UAA delivered a resounding 94-61 win over Pepperdine in the first round of the GCI Great Alaska Shootout.

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

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Air Force Boise State Cal State Northridge Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Eastern Kentucky Fordham George Mason Georgia State

Georgia Tech Loyola Marymount (2) Mount St. Mary’s Nevada New Mexico State Nicholls State North Dakota State Northeastern Illinois Pepperdine (2) Radford San Diego

San Francisco San Jose State Santa Clara South Alabama Southeastern Louisiana Syracuse Texas-San Antonio UC Riverside (2) Utah State (3) Wake Forest Yale


2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Home of the Seawolves

A new era in Seawolf Athletics began in 2014 with the opening of the $110 million, 196,000-square foot Alaska Airlines Center on the UAA campus. With state-of-the-art scoreboards, video production and sound quality, it is a first-class venue for spectators and competitors alike. The main arena (cap. 5,000) is home to Seawolf basketball and volleyball, while the gymnastics team competes in the 900seat auxilary gym and utilizes one of the top training facilities in the nation. In its first two years, the arena has played host to the 2015 MPSF Gymnastics Championships, NCAA Regional Championships in women’s basketball and volleyball, and dozens of university and community events, including concerts by A-List artists Carrie Underwood and Tim McGraw. Behind the scenes, UAA student-athletes from all 13 sports utilize the Center’s high-tech sports medicine and weight training facilities, which include a HydroWorx hydrotherapy pool with underwater treadmill and an AlterG anti-gravity treadmill.

Highlights & Features • 5,000-seat capacity in main arena • 900-seat capacity in axuiliary gym • 600 parking spaces, with overflow capacity of 1,200 • State-of-the-art Sports Medicine & Weight Training facilities • 19 locker rooms • Student Fitness Center • Raven’s Nest Walking Track • Suite Level seating • Varsity Sports Grill restaurant

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UAA ADMINISTRATION

2016-17 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHANCELLOR

TOM CASE

T

om Case, Lt. Gen. USAF (Ret.), became chancellor of the University of Alaska Anchorage in May 2011. Upon completing his Air Force career, he was appointed dean of UAA’s College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP), where he served nearly six years before becoming president and chief operating officer of the state-owned, independently operated Alaska Aerospace

Corporation. Since returning to UAA as Chancellor, Case has focused on helping students succeed in their college goals. In 2011, UAA became one of only 11 universities nationwide to open a VetSuccess program on campus. UAA opened a Veteran’s Resource Center in 2013 to support its growing military and veteran student population. With support from Chancellor funds, UAA established the INNOVATE awards in 2011 to provide an incentive for innovative research. Seawolf Holdings was approved in 2012, establishing a pathway toward the commercialization of UAA research. In February 2013, ZENSOR, LLC became the first startup company incorporated in Alaska based upon research by UAA faculty. A second startup incorporated in June 2013. Currently, UAA has 31 invention disclosures with 12 patents pending. Under Case’s leadership, UAA opened a new Health Sciences Building, the new Alaska Airlines Center, and received funding to complete a new Engineering and Industry Building, slated to open in 2015. Married to his wife Susan for 45 years, they have a daughter Donna, sonin-law Daniel, and three grandchildren. A graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, Case received a Master of Science degree in Systems Management from the University of Southern California. He is a graduate of the National War College, the U.S. Army Command & General Staff College, the Air War College, and Emory University’s Advanced Management Program. He is an active member of the community, having served on the boards of the Alaska World Affairs Council and World Trade Center Alaska, and is immediate past president of Commonwealth North. He is an avid pilot and, of course, a great Seawolf fan.

Athle cs Dept. Senior Staff Keith Hacke Tim McDiffe Jane Pallister Dede Allen Tlisa Northcu Michael Friess Nate Sagan

Director of Athle cs Sr. Assoc. AD (External) Sr. Assoc. AD (Internal) Assoc. AD (Compliance) Assoc. AD (Development) Assoc. AD (Sports Med./Strength & Condit.) Assistant AD (Media Rela ons)

Seawolf Head Coaches Rusty Osborne Ryan McCarthy Michael Friess

Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s & Women’s Cross Country and Men’s & Women’s Track & Field Paul Stoklos Gymnas cs Ma Thomas Hockey Sparky Anderson Men’s & Women’s Skiing Chris Green Volleyball

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

KEITH HACKETT

E

ntering his fourth year as Director of Athletics at the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2016-17, Keith Hackett has positioned the Seawolves’ 13-sport NCAA program for unprecedented success. All told during his tenure, the Seawolves’ D-II programs have qualified for NCAA postseason competition at a 90 percent rate, producing 69 All-Americans, five Academic All-Americans®, 14 Great Northwest Athletic Conference team titles, plus NCAA top-3 finishes in men's cross country (2015) and women's basketball (2016 runner-up). Even more impressively, UAA student-athletes have continued their tradition of academic excellence under Hackett’s leadership, combining for better than a 3.15 overall grade-point average in each of his years at the helm. In the past three years, the Seawolves have also finished among the top programs in NCAA Div. II in the NACDA Learfield Directors’ Cup. In 201516, UAA finished No. 8 in the final standings out of 307 D-II schools nationally. Under Hackett’s leadership, the department has developed a strategic plan that lists the highest priorities for continued growth and development. These strategic priorities guide and direct many of the Seawolf Athletic Department’s decisions. Meanwhile, student-athlete success and the studentathlete experience are his highest priorities. Creating college graduates, honorable citizens and young people who are prepared to lead and succeed in life after they leave UAA are at the core of the department’s mission. A university and administrative management executive with 39 years of higher education experience, Hackett values connecting with the Anchorage community and building positive relationships with campus faculty, students, staff and U-Med District partners. In addition to reorganizing the internal management structure of the department, he has also entered into agreements with several national leaders in collegiate brand advancement. Hackett has developed partnerships with industry leader Spectra to manage the Alaska Airlines Center and UAA’s ticketing operations; Learfield Sports – the industry leader in media rights and sponsorships; and Basketball Travelers, which assists UAA in developing the GCI Great Alaska Shootout. Hackett has worked closely with corporate partners GCI and Alaska Airlines – and national TV partner CBS Sports Network – to bolster the vitality of UAA’s most visible event, the GCI Great Alaska Shootout. Other priorities that Hackett has targeted include external relations and development, revenue generation, and a significant focus on the ‘Seawolf Fan Experience.’ Since his arrival, over $4 million has been raised for facility projects and direct support to Seawolf sports teams. Hackett came to the Seawolves after working from 2004-13 as the senior associate AD for internal affairs at the University of Nevada, where he oversaw the football, track & field/cross country and baseball programs. Prior to his time in Reno, Hackett served as Executive VP for Special Projects and Director of the St. Gregory’s University College for Working Adults in Tulsa, Okla. He also served as Executive VP and Provost at St. Gregory’s from 1997-2004, and as VP for Admissions and Enrollment Management/Dean of Admissions for Law, Graduate and Undergraduate Admissions at Oklahoma City University from 1992-97. He worked at OCU as Dean of Students from 1986-89. From 1989-92, Hackett was the Associate AD at Northern Illinois University, where he oversaw eight Division I sports, including football and men’s and women’s basketball. The native of Nanuet, N.Y., began his college coaching and teaching career at Baker University in Baldwin, Kan., where he was head baseball coach from 1978-83 and assistant football coach from 1977-83. From there, he went on to coach offensive line for the football program at Div. I Memphis from 1983-85. Hackett earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Tarkio (Mo.) College in 1976 and an M.S. in education from the University of Kansas in 1979. He and his wife Patricia have been married for 40 years and have two adult children, Katie and James, and six grandsons.


The Municipality of Anchorage A

laska’s most populous city is home to more than a few surprises. Aside from the human population of nearly 300,000, it is home to 1,500 moose and copious other wildlife. More than 50 glaciers stand in the nearby Chugach Mountains, one of the largest state parks in the nation. It’s the best mix of iconic Alaska and urban amenities. More than 135 miles of paved trails wind through the city, and salmon can be caught within the city limits. But Anchorage

also has a bustling downtown – complete with high-rises, nightlife and one of the nation’s fastest-growing culinary scenes. Anchorage is at the center of road, rail and air travel inside the state, making it a natural fit for visitors hoping to experience Alaska. Activities from the city range from bear viewing to glacier trekking, kayaking to gold panning. Pair adventure opportunities with Anchorage’s outstanding hotels, restaurants,

local breweries, and homegrown arts, and it’s a perfect place to explore no matter the season. Thanksgiving weekend is a special time for Anchorage. The GCI Great Alaska Shootout headlines a holiday weekend packed with events. The Town Square tree lighting, the Anchorage Museums craft fair and seasonal exhibits, and other big sporting events all combine to keep Anchorage jumping.

Photo by ROBERT OLSEN

The 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 also boasts 39 different mountain ranges, three of which can be seen from Anchorage, and an estimated 100,000 glaciers. The 49th State is home to Denali, the highest peak in North America (20,320 feet). Previously known as Mt. McKinley, the colossal mountain is located in the heart of Denali National Park and Preserve, located 200 miles north of Anchorage, and can be seen from the city on clear days.

Alaska Fast Facts Statehood: Jan. 3, 1959 Population (2010): 710,231 Motto: North to the Future Nickname: The Last Frontier Capital: Juneau Size: 663,268 sq. miles

State flower: Forget-Me-Not State tree: Sitka Spruce State bird: Willow Ptarmigan State fish: King Salmon State song: Alaska’s Flag State sport: Dog Mushing


The University of Alaska Anchorage, academic home to more than 16,000 students, is an intersection for intellectual exploration, adventure and transformative experiences in and out of the classroom. With campuses throughout Southcentral Alaska, from the shores of majestic Prince William Sound to the verdant Matanuska and Susitna Valleys, UAA students experience a unique, hands-on education through academics, research, leadership opportunities and mentorship with our community partners in-state, across the country and globally. Surrounded by an environment that is both urban and wild, UAA is a gateway to innovative thinking, learning and exploration in a changing, modern world. UAA is rooted in the Alaska communities it serves and offers exciting pathways in 200 major areas of study, all at a great value.

UAA’s student-athletes, the beating heart of #SeawolfNation, compete in 13 NCAA collegiate sports. At the Division I level, UAA fields a men’s ice hockey team and a women’s gymnastics team. Competing in Division II are men’s and women’s basketball, cross country running, skiing and indoor and outdoor track & field teams, as well as our women’s volleyball team. True student-athletes, our Seawolves maintained a 3.24 GPA last year across all teams, while producing seven conference titles, nine NCAA finishes, 28 All-Americans and placing No. 8 of 307 schools in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup rankings. In September 2014, Seawolf Athletics cut the ribbon on its new home, the Alaska Airlines Center, a state-of-the-art 196,000-square-foot sporting event, training, sports medicine, special event and performance venue that is shared by the Anchorage community. The AAC is the home for the GCI Great Alaska Shootout and has already played host to the NCAA Div. II West Regional Championships for women’s basketball and volleyball, and the MPSF Gymnastics Championships.


2016-17 Alaska Anchorage Women's Basketball Guide