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2012-13 T h u n d e r b i r d B a s k e t ba l l


2012-13

Thunderbird Basketball


TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011-12 Stats................................................ 37-42 2012-13 Opponents...................................... 58-60 2012-13 Thunderbirds................................... 11-36 All-time roster................................................ 47-48 All-time records against................................. 49-51 Athletic Director Ken Beazer.............................. 64 Big Sky Conference....................................... 43-44 Coaching staff.................................................. 5-10 In the classroom................................................. 66 Media Information................................................ 1 President Dr. Michael T. Benson.................... 61-62 Southern Utah University................................... 60 Southern Utah University Quickfacts.................... 1 SUU All-time coaches........................................ 56 SUU Athletics..................................................... 63 SUU Individual records...................................... 52 SUU Team records........................................ 53-56 SUU Year-By-Year leaders.................................. 54 This is SUU........................................................ 67 Training room/practice facility............................ 65 Thunderbird Record Book............................. 46-56 Thunderbird Media Roster............................. 69-70 Year-By-Year results........................................... 56


UNIVERSITY Name of School........................... Southern Utah University City.......................................................... Cedar City, Utah Founded..................................................................... 1897 Enrollment................................................................. 7,750 Nickname.......................................................Thunderbirds Colors......................................................Scarlet and White Arena..........................................................Centrum Arena Capacity.................................................................... 5,300 Affiliation................................................. NCAA Division I Conference...........................................The Summit League University Website......................................www.SUU.edu Athletics Website............................www.SUUTBIRDS.com ADMINISTRATION President......................................... Dr. Michael T. Benson Athletic Director................................................Ken Beazer Asst. AD/Business Manager..........................................TBA Assoc. AD/Sports Medicine..........................Ricky Mendini Assoc. AD/Compliance.................................... Todd Brown SWA............................................................. Marlene Barth Asst. AD/Media Relations...............................Neil Gardner Asst. SID.......................................................... Kyle Cottam Asst. SID (WBK Contact)............................. Kyle Newhouse Email............................................. kylenewhouse@suu.edu Office Phone.............................................. (435) 586-7758 Press Row Phone........................................ (435) 586-7858 Fax............................................................. (435) 865-8037 Address...................................................205 Harris Center ..................................................... 351 W. University Blvd ........................................................ Cedar City, UT 84720 COACHING STAFF Head Coach.......................................................... JR Payne Alma Mater............................................Saint Mary’s, 1999 Record at SUU, Years.......................................29-59, Three Career Record, Years...................................................Same Associate Head Coach/Year................... Toriano Towns/2nd Alma Mater............................................Saint Mary’s, 1999 Assistant Coach/Year................................ Caitlyn Sears/2nd Alma Mater...........................................Southern Utah, ‘11 Assistant Coach/Year.................................. Jill Mahoney/1st Alma Mater...........................................Grand Canyon, ‘07 Athletic Trainer.............................................. Kohana Holly Strength & Conditioning.................................Dan Bennion TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record.............................................. 6-23 2010-11 Summit League Record, Finish............. 2-16, 10th 2010-11 Home Record.................................................. 4-8 2010-11 Away Record................................................. 2-14 2010-11 Neutral Record................................................ 0-1 Starters Returning/Lost................................................... 5/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................ 10/2 Newcomers HS/TR........................................................ 3/3 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY First Year of Women’s Basketball........................... 1975-76 All-time Record.................................410-508 (37 Seasons) Postseason Appearances.............................................None

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The SUU Women’s Basketball Guide was designed, written and edited by assistant media relations director Kyle Newhouse with assistance by the Media Relations staff at Southern Utah University. Pictures were provided by Rohn Solomon, Neil Gardner, Dr. Greg Stauffer, Dr. Deborah Hill, the Summit League and courtesy of the Cedar City/Iron County Visitor’s Bureau. CREDENTIALS Requests for press, radio, television and photo credentials should be made no later than 48 hours prior to the game. To request credentials, contact SUU assistant media relations director Kyle Newhouse at (435) 586-7758 or at kylenewhouse@suu.edu. Credentials will be mailed or left at the Will Call window at the Centrum’s west entrance. Photographers are restricted to either designated areas along both baselines and are not permitted along court side during the game. MEDIA SERVICES The Centrum press area provides working space for print and electronic media with proper credentials. Halftime and final statistics along with play-by-play will be distributed. Collect and credit card long distance calls may be made from the press area. The Centrum is also equipped with a complimentary wireless internet signal. INTERVIEW POLICIES During the week: To arrange an interview with a player and/or coach, please contact the SUU Sports Information Office at (435) 586-7758 and a time convenient for both parties will be arranged. No player interviews will be granted on game day prior to the game. Game day: SUU head coach JR Payne will be available for post-game interviews 10-15 minutes after the game, following the NCAA mandated cooling off period and his short radio session. SUU has a closed locker room policy regarding its own locker room, but players may be interviewed at their option as they leave the dressing room following the cooling off period or a member of SUU’s media relations staff can arrange post-game interviews with specific players upon request. Requests for interviews with opposing players must be arranged through that institution’s media relations office, according to that school’s interview policy. BROADCAST POLICIES Radio stations wishing to broadcast a game from the Centrum should alert the SUU media relations office well in advance of the braodcast date. Two phone lines are available for visiting stations, but space on press row is limited. Visiting stations are asked to limit broadcast teams to three persons. All line charges are the responsibility of the visiting station unless other arrangements are made. Several phone lines are available to the print media. Collect and credit card calls may be made from press row or the press room.


There is a feeling of anticipation surrounding the Southern Utah University women’s basketball program as it prepares for its first season in the Big Sky Conference. After facing a tough season full of adversity a year ago, the Thunderbirds are excited to return to the court with a group of talented players ready to prove themselves in their new conference. The team recognizes that a new challenge is in store for them this year, but look forward to the journey ahead. “The teams in the Big Sky are very well coached and play very skilled basketball. There are some very talented teams that return a lot of starters, like Idaho State and Montana State,” commented SUU head coach JR Payne. “There will also be some change with us and North Dakota coming in, having new teams is always fun for everyone.” Along with a change of conference, basketball fans will notice some differences in the style of play on the floor. “We run a motion offense, but we are going to look to play more in transition than we have in the past,” explained Payne. “This group has more depth and pieces, like shooting ability and athleticism on the perimeter. There is good balance on the inside and the outside.” The Thunderbirds will once again face a challenging non-conference schedule, highlighted by an early matchup with the University of Utah and a trip to the Basketball Travelers Invitational where they will square off against tournament host Texas Tech. “Tournaments are always fun, and Texas Tech is a neat environment with a team that draws well,” stated Payne. “The back-to-back games format is similar to the conference tournament experience which helps prepare you for that opportunity.” Southern Utah will return all five starters along with a supporting group that gained a significant amount of playing experience last year due to injuries. Leading the group will be the most veteran member of the squad, senior forward Tayler Anderson. “Tayler is the only four-year player on this team, she has been a joy to have here and is a great example. She is our hardest worker everyday, she doesn’t know how to do anything other than go as hard as you can and then keep going,” commented Payne. “She is the ultimate utility player, she does whatever the team needs. She will play everything from the one through four positions for us at times this year.” The Thunderbird roster will feature only one other senior this season, returning forward Kimie Hawkins. After transferring to Southern Utah last season, Hawkins quickly developed into one of the team’s best post players, ranking among the leaders in scoring and rebounding. “When Kimie came here we expected her to do well. It is really neat to see how much she has grown and matured from last spring until now, she has worked really hard and understand this team’s expectations,” said Payne. “She has added mental toughness to her game and I expect her to have a really great year.”


Also in the frontcourt for Southern Utah will be the team’s leading rebounder from last season, Carli Moreland. The junior forward is coming off an impressive sophomore year that saw her receive honorable mention honors for the all-Summit League team. “Last season Carli was thrown into the fire after playing behind Challis (Pascucci) in her first year. We expected her to play significant minutes, which gives her a lot of game experience going into her junior year,” explained Payne. “She has been working on the mental aspects of the game and is really becoming a complete player.” SUU fans will look forward to the return of Desiree Jackson who is back for T-Birds after missing last season with an injury. The sophomore guard showed a tremendous amount of potential and skill during her freshman campaign, averaging nearly 10 points a game. “It was hard for Desiree to be sidelined but she took the approach that she needed to learn. She grew a lot in her understanding of the game and gets better everyday,” stated Payne. “She is a natural talent, the game comes easy to her. She has worked on her perimeter shooting and added the 3-point shot to her game.” Paired up with Jackson in the backcourt will be Southern Utah’s leading scorer from last season, Hailey Mandelko. The sophomore guard is coming off a sensational freshman campaign that landed her a spot on the Summit League All-Newcomer Team. “The game comes very naturally to Hailey, she can score in a variety of ways, she sees the floor very well and she comes from an athletic background,” commented Payne. “She is doing really well coming back and is shooting as well as before.” Andrea Jones is back for her junior season, and will help bolster the SUU backcourt. After missing time early in the season due to injury, Jones came back last year to establish herself as one of the Thunderbirds’ top scorers, averaging over 10 points a game. “We need Dre to be more selfish,” explains Payne. “She is a great scorer and has scored the ball very well here. She is athletic and strong and has the ability to make significant contributions on both offense and defense.” The T-Birds will also benefit from the return of key reserves Taylor Maynes and Brenna Gates who are both back this fall. “Taylor is a great hustle player and earned playing time by sheer effort. She does anything we ask of her and always works hard,” stated Payne. “Brenna is one of the more talented players on our roster and she has a unique combination of size and athleticism.” Also back for Southern Utah is Marquelle Funk. The sophomore guard showed great potential a year ago before being sidelined by an injury early in the season.


“Last year was disappointing for Marquelle after she got off to such a great start. She didn’t look like a freshman, she played without fear and played her guts out,” commented Payne. “She fits this team perfectly with her long arms and big hands. She blocks shots, rebounds, runs well and has really worked on her perimeter game.” Southern Utah will be without the services of DJ Norman this year, who will redshirt to recover from a recent injury. The Thunderbirds are also excited about a strong 2012-13 recruiting class that includes Basia Klein of San Clemente, California and international standout Ashleigh Munns from England. “Basia is really long and versatile. She is a scrappy hustle player who also shoots the ball well,” said Payne. “Ashleigh is as good a shooter as we have ever had. She also has experience playing in big games from the time she spent on her national team. Whenever you have the opportunity to play with your country’s name on your jersey, that is really something special.” There is also a lot of anticipation surrounding in-state recruit Lori Parkinson. The freshman forward from West Valley is regarded as one of the best high school players to come out of the state of Utah as seen in her selection to the 2012 Salt Lake Tribune 4A First Team and being named the 4A Defensive Player of the Year by the Deseret News. “Lori is a tenacious player with an incredible world of upside. She is naturally gifted, she jumps and runs well and has big hands that help her rebound,” explained Payne. “She learns like a sponge and is a great teammate. I expect her to be a staple in the post for years here.” SUU has also brought in three junior college transfer players who will add depth to the roster. Coincidentally, all three were teammates at Salt Lake Community College for the past two seasons. Joining the T-Birds this fall will be Sofia Hepworth from St. Anthony, Idaho, Nicole Newbold of South Jordan, Utah and Marissa Robbins from Lake Point, Utah. “Sofia is a two-guard who can score the ball well and has a good pull-up jumper. Nicole gives us some depth in the post and shoots better than any other of our post players,” commented Payne. “Marissa fits our style of play perfectly. She runs well, she is long, she jumps well, she is a really good athlete.” All together Southern Utah will feature one of its most talented lineups in recent history. The T-Birds have looked forward to and prepared for their debut in the Big Sky Conference for a long time and have high expectations for their first season in the league. “I am more excited about this team than I have ever been,” stated Payne. “This a hard-working group with great spirit that has been able to put in the work and enjoy it. They have bonded well and I think they are ready to have a great journey together this year.”


J R P ay n e Head Coach Fourth Season St. Mary’s, 1999


JR Payne is set to lead the Thunderbirds into the Big Sky Conference as she begins her fourth season at Southern Utah. After taking over the program on April 20, 2009, Payne led the T-Birds to back-to-back Summit League Tournaments in 2010 and 2011. Under Payne’s direction the 2011-12 season saw the emergence of a talented young group of players led by standouts Hailey Mandelko and Carli Moreland. Mandelko started at the point as a true freshman and finished the season as the T-Birds leading scorer (13.1 PPG) to earn all-newcomer honors in the conference. Moreland recieved honorable mention honors after ranking fifth in the league in rebounding (7.9 RPG) and eleventh in scoring (12.3 PPG). SUU also placed six student-athletes on the Summit League Academic All-League teams. Payne’s tenure at Southern Utah has been highlighted by the 2010-11 season when the team posted a record of 16-14, its best mark in the past seven years. The 2011 squad also had one of their best seasons as a member of the Summit League, posting a 10-8 record to finish fifth in the conference. Under Payne’s guidance, forward Challis Pascucci produced one of best individual performances in SUU history, earning a spot on the All-Summit League first team after finishing third in the conference in scoring (17.7 PPG), second in rebounding (9.7 RPG) and sixth in blocks (23). Pascucci finished the 2011 season as the Thunderbirds all-time leader in career rebounds (929) and fourth in scoring (1,328). Prior to coming to SUU, Payne served as the top assistant at Santa Clara University under first-year head coach Jennifer Mountain for the 2008-09 season. Payne also served as an assistant coach at Boise State University and Gonzaga University. During her time in Boise, the Broncos enjoyed a wealth of success, winning conference titles two of the three years and advancing to the NCAA postseason. BSU posted back-to-back 24-8 seasons, including a perfect 14-0 mark at home during the 2007-08 season. Payne began her career at Gonzaga University, serving as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator under head coach Kelly Graves. Payne was an integral part of the Bulldogs turnaround as the team posted a five-win season during the staff’s first year then went to a 28-win season during the 2004-05 season, including an undefeated run in the West Coast Conference. Payne was a part of the process that brought Gonzaga’s first All-American to campus in guard Shannon Mathews. As a player, Payne was a four-year letter winner at St. Mary’s College (Calif.), helping the Gaels earn their first trip to the NCAA Tournament in school-history during the 1998-99 season. The former point guard was an All-West Coast Conference first team selection and was also named to the West Coast Conference All-Tournament first team twice.


Toriano Towns Associate Head Coach Fourth Season St. Mary’s, 1998


Toriano Towns enters his fourth season as associate head coach for the Thunderbirds. Towns serves as SUU’s recruiting and defensive coordinator, assists with the planning of practice sessions, conditioning, scouting, and also works with the Thunderbird post players. During his first three seasons with the Thunderbirds, Towns helped forward Challis Pascucci develop into one of the premiere low post players in the Summit League. After the 2009-10 season Pascucci earned All-Summit League second team honors after leading the conference in rebounding and tied for the lead in blocked shots. She also set the SUU single-season record for total rebounds with 291 and her 46 blocks were the fifth most in SUU single-season history. Pascucci earned a spot on the All-Summit League first team after finishing third in the conference in scoring (17.7 PPG), second in rebounding (9.7 RPG) and sixth in blocks (23). Pascucci finished the 2011 season as the Thunderbirds all-time leader in career rebounds (929) and fourth in scoring (1,328). Towns joined Southern Utah after spending four years at Boise State University as the Broncos defensive coordinator. During his time at BSU, the Broncos won back-to-back Western Athletic Conference championships, earned a trip to the NCAA tournament, advanced to the second round of the WNIT tournament, had a pair of First Team All-WAC guards and set numerous offensive and defensive school records. Prior to Boise State, Towns spent one season as an assistant coach at the University of Arizona, helping the Wildcats record a 20-win season and a post a first round NCAA Tournament victory against the University of Oklahoma. Towns played a major role in recruiting and scouting at Arizona. He worked with the Wildcat post players, assisting with the development of Shawntinice Polk who became one of the country’s most decorated post players being named to the Kodak/WBCA AllAmerican team, first-team All-Pac-10 team, and Kodak/WBCA all-Region 8 team. Towns’ coaching career began at Gonzaga University where he served as an assistant for three seasons. At Gonzaga, Towns was responsible for post player development, where he coached five All-West Coast Conference performers along with holding responsibility for scouting and game preparation. He also served as the co-recruiting coordinator for the Bulldogs. During his time at Gonzaga, he helped orchestrate the second-best turnaround in WCC history as the Bulldogs went from eighth in 2002-03 to second place in 2003-04, posting an 18-12 overall record. That team advanced to its second-ever Women’s National Invitational Tournament (WNIT). Towns earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from Saint Mary’s College in 1998 and his Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University. “Toriano has been a great addition to Southern Utah women’s basketball,” head coach JR Payne said. “He’s a proven recruiter on a national scale and will continue to elevate our recruiting to a new level. Toriano is a fierce competitor on the court and is extremely passionate about the growth and development of our student-athletes, not only as players but also as people. He is great resource that will continue to contribute in the building SUU women’s basketball.”


Caitlyn Sears enters her second season as a member of the Thunderbird coaching staff following one of the most productive playing careers in the history of SUU basketball. Sears finished her playing days as Southern Utah’s fifth all-time leading scorer with 1,216 total points. She also ranks third in games played (115) and ninth in steals (126). Sears was also named to the all-Summit League second team after averaging 15.3 points per game and shooting 44 percent from behind the arc during her senior season. Sears spent her summers at SUU working at camps and clinics alongside Coach Payne and looks forward to beginning her coaching career with her mentor. “I have a tremendous amount of respect for this coaching staff and consider it a great opportunity to work with Coach Payne,” said Sears of her transition from player to coach at SUU. “She knows the game and loves what she does. She is also a great teacher and does all she can to help you learn.” There is a great deal of mutual respect between Sears and her former coach and new colleague. Coach Payne expects that the positive traits that Sears displayed as a player will help her to succeed in her new role with the team. “Cait is going to be a tremendous asset to our coaching staff. As a player, she was always our leader both on and off the floor,” said Payne of her former player. “Cait’s work ethic and passion for the game is undeniable and has always earned her the respect of her peers as well as everyone around her. I expect that Cait’s leadership will continue to impact our team in a way that motivates our players to strive for greatness.” The former forward was a four-year letter winner at Lone Peak High School and was named first-team all-state by the Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News as well as a McDonald’s AllAmerican nominee in 2007. She received a degree in physical educations from SUU in the fall of 2011. Sears is the daughter of Brad and Judi Sears of Cedar Hills, Utah.

C aitlin S ears Assistant Coach Second Season SUU, 2011


Jill Mahoney Assistant Coach 1st Season GCU, 2009

Jill Mahoney enters her first season as an assistant coach for the Thunderbirds. She comes to SUU from Western State College of Colorado where she helped the Mountaineers to a top four finish in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. “We couldn’t be more excited about having Jill join our coaching staff at Southern Utah,” said Thunderbird head coach JR Payne. “She has had a tremendous amount of success both as a player as well as a coach and will bring an enthusiasm and energy that is truly contagious.” Prior to her time in Gunnison she spent four years as an assistant at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Ariz. During that time the Antelopes captured three Pacific West Conference Championships and advanced to the NCAA Divison II National tournament in 2010 as well as the Sweet Sixteen in 2011. As a coach Mahoney has overseen various responsibilities including implementing offensive systems, coordinating strength and conditioning programs and managing administrative duties such as travel, equipment, academics and budget. “Not only will Jill be a great fit within our program but I believe she is someone who will really connect with the Cedar City community,” said Payne. “All around, we are absolutely thrilled that Jill will be joining us here at SUU.” During her playing career Mahoney earned recognition as the Newcomer of the Year and a first-team all-conference selection at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kan. She played her final season at Grand Canyon where she helped the team to an undefeated PacWest season and received all-conference honors. The former guard/forward was a three-time all-State high school selection in Russell, Kan. She received her Master’s degree in Educational Administration from GCU in 2009.


T ay l e r A n d e r s o n 6-0 • Guard/Forward Senior Lyman HS Lyman, Wyoming

CAREER HIGHS Points............ 13, Twice, IUPUI (2/11/12) FG............................... 6, NDSU (1/7/12) 3-Pts.......................... 2, BYU (11/24/09) FT.......................... 8-8, at BYU (12/8/11) Rebs...........16, Western Illinois (1/24/11) Assists............ 7, 3x, Utah Valley (11/30/11) Steals........................... 5, IPFW (2/13/10) Blocks......................... 3, Ohio (12/1/09) Mins.....40, 4x, Western Illinois (2/13/12)


JUNIOR (2011-12): Started all 29 games ... averaged 6.3 ppg and 5.9 rpg ... led the team with 2.5 apg, 34 steals and a .400 3FG% ... also ranked third with eight blocks ... posted team-highs in rebounds three times ... had five double-digit scoring efforts and one double-digit rebounding performance ... scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds at New Mexico State (11/27/11) ... recorded a season high seven assists along with eight points against Utah Valley (11/30/11) ... posted 12 points and seven rebounds at BYU (12/8/11) ... had six points and three assists at Ohio State (12/20/11) ... scored a career high 13 points while grabbing eight rebounds against North Dakota State (1/7/12) ... pulled down a season best 10 rebounds to go along with nine points against IPFW (1/21/12) ... matched her career mark with 13 points while adding eight boards against IUPUI (2/11/12) ... recorded eight points, nine rebounds and a season high four steals against Western Illinois (2/13/12) ... had 10 points and six rebounds at IPFW (2/20/12) ... earned Academic All-Summit League honors. SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Started all 30 games ... averaged 4.1 ppg and 6.2 rpg ... second on the team with 2.3 apg and 11 blocks ... also recorded 26 steals ... posted team-highs in rebounds four times and in points once ... had three double-digit scoring efforts and three double-digit rebound performances ... scored 10 points at Boise State (11/16/10) ... had nine boards against Montana State (11/19/10) ... had 10 rebounds against Utah State (11/29/10) ... had 8 points and five boards at IPFW (12/4/10) ... recorded eight points and seven rebounds against North Dakota State (12/31/10) ... had three assists and eight rebounds in win over Oregon State (12/17/10) ... put up 10 points and seven boards at Centenary (1/15/11) ... recorded career highs with 16 rebounds and seven assists against Western Illinois (1/24/11) ... scored a season high 11 points and grabbed eight boards at North Dakota State (1/31/11) ... had 11 rebounds at Western Illinois (2/19/11) ... scored five points and had four boards in the first round game of the Summit League Tournament against Oakland (3/6/11) ... earned Academic All-Summit League honors. FRESHMAN (2009-10): Appeared in all 30 games ... made nine starts, including the final eight games of the season ... averaged 4.7 ppg and 3.6 rpg ... blocked the third-most shots on the team (13) ... registered four doubledigit scoring efforts ... made 27 steals and handed out 49 assists ... scored two points and grabbed six rebounds in collegiate debut against UNLV (11/13/09) ... had six boards at Weber State (11/19/09) ... scored 10 points and had two blocks against BYU (11/24/09) ... had three blocks in win over Ohio (12/1/09) ... made first career start and notched career-highs of 12 points and seven rebounds at Colorado 12/19/09) ... matched career-high of seven boards and added eight points against Utah Valley (12/12/09) ... had nine points and seven rebounds against Western Illinois (1/23/10) ... started and scored 10 points at South Dakota State (2/8/10) ... scored 10 points and made a career-best five steals in start against IPFW (2/13/10) ... scored nine points and had five rebounds against Centenary (2/27/10) ... matched career-high with seven rebounds and dished out six assists against Oral Roberts (3/1/10) ... scored eight points in first round game of the Summit League Tournament against Oral Roberts (3/6/10) ... earned Academic All-Summit League honors. PREP: Appeared in several all-star games while playing at Lyman HS, including the 2008 Superstar Elite camp, 2008 Wyoming Coaches Association 3A all-state team and the 2007 Wyoming Coaches Association 2A all-state team ... Also lettered in volleyball and track, earning all state and all region honors in both the triple and long jump ... Southwest District Athlete of the Year...Milward Simpson Award winner ... 2007 Gatorade player of the year ... 2007 McDonald’s American Nominee. PERSONAL: Parents are Kelly Anderson and Sherrie Alexander...member of the Salt Lake Metro club team where she played with current Thunderbird coach Caitlyn Sears ... majoring in psychology.

CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2009-10 30 9 721 24.0 56 171 .327 8 55 .145 20 42 .476 32 75 107 3.6 69 2 49 101 13 27 140 4.7 2010-11 30 30 800 26.7 49 139 .350 2 4 .500 22 39 .564 61 124 185 6.2 105 9 68 59 11 26 122 4.1 2011-12 29 29 918 31.7 69 170 .406 10 25 .400 36 52 .692 47 123 170 5.9 91 4 73 120 8 34 184 6.3 TOTALS 89 68 2439 27.1 174 480 .363 20 84 .238 78 133 .586 140 322 462 5.2 265 15 190 280 32 87 446 5.0


Marquelle Funk 6-0 • Guard Sophomore Lone Peak HS Highland, Utah

CAREER HIGHS Points.......................... 12, Santa Clara (11/18/11) FG..............................3, at Santa Clara (11/18/11) FT........................... 4-6, at Santa Clara (11/18/11) Rebs................5, at New Mexico State (11/27/11) Assists.....................3, at Oregon State (11/20/11) Steals................................... 2, at Utah (11/13/11) Blocks.........................1 at Santa Clara (11/18/11) Mins.............. 35, twice, at Santa Clara (11/18/11)


CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2011-12 5 5 149 29.8 9 34 .265 4 21 .190 10 15 .667 3 15 18 3.6 16 0 7 12 1 4 32 6.4 TOTALS 5 5 149 29.8 9 34 .265 4 21 .190 10 15 .667 3 15 18 3.6 16 0 7 12 1 4 32 6.4

About Quelle... Favorite Color Purple Favorite Hobby I love to read. Favorite Book The Host Favorite Food Everything, especially spaghetti Favorite Movie The Avengers Three Artists On My iPod The Script, Imagine Dragons, Rodney Atkins

One Word To Describe Yourself Outgoing Best Basketball Memory Playing for the first time after my injury. Favorite Athlete Blake Griffin, he’s such a boss. Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Ashleigh Munns Most Influential on Career My Dad Can’t Live Without My family and food of course!

Famous Person Most Like To Meet Sandra Bullock Sports Crush Blake Griffin Dream Vacation Anywhere with a great beach Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Emma Turner Favorite Thing About SUU The smalltown feel Favorite Thing About Basketball Everything, my teammates, my coaches.


B r e n n a G at e s 6-4 • Center Sophomore Lindhurst HS Olivhurst, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS Points............13, at New Mexico State (11/27/11) FG................... 4, 4x, North Dakota State (1/7/12) FT................ 5-6, at New Mexico State (11/27/11) Rebs....................... 7, at South Dakota (12/28/11) Assists.............................2, 3x, at IPFW (2/20/12) Steals............... 1, 3x, North Dakota State (1/7/12) Blocks.................................... 3, UMKC (1/30/12) Mins............. 20, at New Mexico State (11/27/11)


CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2011-12 27 1 293 10.1 31 77 .403 0 0 .000 29 36 .806 21 48 69 2.6 49 0 10 46 7 4 91 3.4 TOTALS 27 1 293 10.1 31 77 .403 0 0 .000 29 36 .806 21 48 69 2.6 49 0 10 46 7 4 91 3.4

About B... Favorite Color Teal Favorite Hobby Photography Favorite Book Pride and Prejudice Favorite Food Italian Favorite Movie Dirty Dancing Three Artists On My iPod Colbie Caillat, Train, Hunter Hayes

One Word To Describe Yourself Intelligent Best Basketball Memory Getting better this past off-season Favorite Athlete Maya Moore Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Taylor Maynes Most Influential on Career My wonderful, inspiring mom Can’t Live Without My famiy Famous Person Most Like to Meet Amelia Earhart

Sports Crush Blake Griffin Dream Vacation Italy Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Grant Corser, Motivation and Emotion Favorite Thing About SUU Small town atmosphere, professors Favorite Thing About Basketball Preparing yourself to be better than your opponenent


K i m i e H aw k i n s 5-11 • Forward Senior Vista Del Lago HS Moreno Valley, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS Points......................... 19, Westminster (12/17/11) FG..............................8, at Santa Clara (11/18/11) FT..................................... 12-14, IUPUI (2/11/12) Rebs...................................... 17, IUPUI (2/11/12) Assists...................................... 6, IPFW (1/21/12) Steals............................ 3, Twice, IUPUI (2/11/12) Blocks........................2, Twice, at IPFW (2/20/12) Mins.................................. 40, at IUPUI (1/16/12)


CAREER STATISTICS (AT SUU)

Total 3-PT Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2011-12 29 25 896 30.9 77 240 .321 0 2 .000 102 153 .667 85 134 219 7.6 83 0 42 98 9 21 256 8.8 TOTALS 61 - 1235 20.3 192 416 .339 0 0 .000 186 295 .631 205 221 426 7.0 - - 69 - 17 74 570 9.34

(AT MT. SAC)

Total 3-PT Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 2009-10 30 - 607 20.2 78 179 .436 0 0 .000 62 104 .596 76 94 170 5.7 2010-11 31 - 628 20.3 114 237 .481 0 0 .000 124 191 .649 129 127 256 8.3 TOTALS 61 - 1235 20.3 192 416 .339 0 0 .000 186 295 .631 205 221 426 7.0

About Kimie... Favorite Hobby Shopping Favorite Book Twilight Favorite Food Mexican Food

Favorite Movie Drumline, Love and Basketball One Word To Describe Yourself Unique Favorite Athlete Tim Duncan Dream Vacation Paris

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. - - 21 - 8 31 218 7.27 - - 48 - 9 43 352 11.35 - - 69 - 17 74 570 9.34

Most Influential on Career Mother, Grandmother Can’t Live Without Music/Family Famous Person Most Like To Meet President Obama, Oprah Sports Crush Serge Ibaka, Blake Griffin


Desiree Jackson 5-10 • Guard RS-Sophomore Vista Del Lago HS Moreno Valley, Calif.

CAREER HIGHS Points.......................28, Oral Roberts (2/12/11) FG............................11, Oral Roberts (2/12/11) 3-Pts.....................2, at Boise State (11/16/10) FT.................................. 9-11, at IPFW (12/4/10) Rebs........................7, at Centenary (1/15/10) Assists............... 3, Three Times, IPFW (2/28/11) Steals...................... 5, at Centenary (1/15/11) Blocks......3, at South Dakota State (1/29/11) Mins................................. 32, Oakland (3/6/11)


CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2010-11 30 29 669 22.3 107 281 .381 9 43 .209 70 97 .72 33 53 86 2.9 75 2 49 80 10 35 293 9.8 TOTALS 30 29 669 22.3 107 281 .381 9 43 .209 70 97 .72 33 53 86 2.9 75 2 49 80 10 35 293 9.8

About Des... Favorite Color Blue Favorite Hobby Playing basketball Favorite Food Fettucine Alfredo Favorite Movie Seven Pounds Three Artists On My iPod Beyonce, Frank Ocean, The Weekend

One Word To Describe Yourself Desirable Best Basketball Memory Having a road sweep freshman year Favorite Athlete Kobe Bryant Most Influential on Career My Parents Can’t Live without Food and music

Famous Person Most Like to Meet Kobe Bryant Sports Crush Kobe Bryant Dream Vacation Anywhere with a beach Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Jen Hedrick Favorite Thing About SUU Scenery Favorite Thing About Basketball My teammates and coaches


Andrea Jones 5-5 • Junior Guard Dobson HS Mesa, Ariz.

CAREER HIGHS Points..................................29, at NDSU (2/6/12) FG.......................................11, at NDSU (2/6/12) 3-Pts..........................4, Twice, Oakland (1/23/12) FT.......................................6-7, at NDSU (2/6/12) Rebs........................ 8, at Western Illinois (1/4/12) Assists......................... 5, at Boise State (11/16/10) Steals........................................ 5, IPFW (1/21/12) Blocks.......................1, 5x, at Oakland (2/18/12) Mins.........................40, 3x, at Oakland (2/18/12)


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CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2010-11 29 0 634 21.9 61 179 .341 24 76 .316 25 27 .926 17 44 61 2.1 41 0 53 59 1 23 171 5.9 2011-12 20 10 633 31.7 73 229 .319 23 74 .311 43 53 .811 6 72 78 3.9 48 1 42 65 4 31 212 10.6 TOTALS 49 10 1267 25.1 134 408 .328 47 150 .313 68 80 .850 23 116 139 2.8 89 1 95 124 5 54 383 7.8

About Dre... Favorite Hobby Watching movies Favorite Food Mexican Favorite Movie Pitch Perfect

Favorite Athlete Derrick Rose Teammate who makes me laugh Desiree, Lori Most Influential on Career Dad

Can’t Live Without Food or my iPad Dream Vacation Europe Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Nutrition


H a i l e y M a n d e l ko 5-8 • Guard Sophomore Lexington HS Lexington, Neb.

CAREER HIGHS Points.......................... 23, Utah Valley (11/30/11) FG..............................7, at Santa Clara (11/18/11) 3FG........................4, Twice, at UMKC (12/29/11) FT..............................7-7, Utah Valley (11/30/11) Rebs.............................. 6, Utah Valley (11/30/11) Assists........................7, at Santa Clara (11/18/11) Steals................3, 3x, South Dakota State (1/9/12) Mins.................................. 40, at IUPUI (1/16/12)


CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2011-12 19 19 645 33.9 76 226 .336 42 115 .365 55 68 .809 6 53 59 3.1 41 0 36 66 0 20 249 13.1 TOTALS 19 19 645 33.9 76 226 .336 42 115 .365 55 68 .809 6 53 59 3.1 41 0 36 66 0 20 249 13.1

About Hailes: Favorite Color Light Green and Blue Favorite Hobby Boating, Jet Skiing, Tubing Favorite Book The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks Favorite Food Enchiladas Favorite Movie Glory Road Three Artists On My iPod Keith Urban, Eric Church, Eminem

One Word To Describe Yourself Easy-going Best Basketball Memory Playing alongside my sister in high school Favorite Athlete JJ Redick Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Ash or Marissa Most Influential on Career My family Can’t Live Without My bed

Famous Person Most Like To Meet Michael Jordan Sports Crush Christiano Ronaldo Dream Vacation Fiji Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Basketball coaching and officiating Favorite Thing About SUU The scenery Favorite Thing About Basketball The feeling sitting in the locker room before a game


T ay l o r M ay n e s 5-9 • Guard Sophomore Salome HS Salome, Ariz.

CAREER HIGHS Points........................... 7, Westminster (12/17/11) FG................................ 3, Westminster (12/17/11) FT..............................2-2, twice, UMKC (1/30/12) Rebs............................4, at Ohio State (12/20/11) Assists...................................4, at IPFW (2/20/11) Steals..........................2, Twice, at IPFW (2/20/12) Blocks.......................... 2, Westminster (12/17/11) Mins....................................33, at IPFW (2/20/12)


CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2011-12 26 8 376 14.5 13 48 .583 3 14 .583 7 12 .583 16 25 41 1.6 41 1 21 32 4 12 36 1.4 TOTALS 26 8 376 14.5 13 48 .583 3 14 .583 7 12 .583 16 25 41 1.6 41 1 21 32 4 12 36 1.4

About T-Maynes... Favorite Color Orange and Green Favorite Hobby Boating Favorite Book Last Song Favorite Food Pasta Favorite Movie Bridesmaids

One Word To Describe Yourself Ditzy Three Artists On My iPod Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood Favorite Athlete MJ Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Sofia Most Influential On Career My mom

Can’t Live Without Food and my truck Sports Crush Tim Tebow Dream Vacation Italy Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Greg Powell Favorite Thing About SUU Not a huge town Favorite Thing About Basketball My TEAM!


Carli Moreland 6-1 • Junior Forward Legacy HS Broomfield, Colo.

CAREER HIGHS Points......................22, Twice, at IUPUI (1/16/12) FG................................11, San Jose State (1/3/12) FT.................................. 9-14, at UMKC (1/30/12) Rebs.............................17, San Jose State (1/3/12) Assists.................................. 3, Oakland (1/23/12) Steals.....................................2, Pacific (11/23/10) Blocks.......................... 4, Twice, IUPUI (2/11/12) Mins.................................. 39, at IUPUI (1/16/12)


CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2010-11 30 0 369 12.3 28 60 .467 0 0 .000 42 57 .737 33 63 96 3.2 57 2 9 20 9 7 98 3.3 2011-12 29 29 809 27.9 117 260 .450 0 0 .000 88 127 .693 86 155 241 8.3 109 5 11 74 37 8 322 11.1 TOTALS 59 29 1178 20.1 145 320 .453 0 0 .000 130 184 .707 119 155 241 8.3 109 5 20 94 46 15 420 7.1


D J N o rrm man 5-9 • Junior Guard Linn-Mar HS Marion, Iowa

CAREER HIGHS Points....................................22, IPFW (1/21/12) FG...........................................7, IPFW (1/21/12) 3-Pts......... 2, Twice, at Oral Roberts (12/3/11) FT......................................... 7-7, IPFW (1/21/12) Rebs.................... 5, twice, Oakland (1/23/12) Assists................... 6, at Oral Roberts (12/3/11) Steals........................3, Utah Valley (11/30/11) Blocks.................................... 1, IPFW (1/21/12) Mins............................... 37, Oakland (1/23/12)


CAREER STATISTICS

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2010-11 28 1 201 7.2 13 48 .271 3 7 .429 21 36 .583 7 9 16 0.6 17 0 14 29 0 3 50 1.8 2011-12 28 19 612 21.9 56 169 .331 11 35 .314 43 51 .843 11 31 42 1.5 56 1 43 61 1 16 166 5.9 TOTALS 56 20 813 14.5 69 217 .318 14 42 .333 64 87 .736 18 40 58 1.0 73 1 57 90 1 19 216 3.9

About DJ... Favorite Color RED Favorite Hobby Playing/Listening to music Favorite Book Dear John Favorite Food Chicken

Favorite Movie Bridesmaids Three Artists On My iPod Blake Shelton, Adele, Chris Tomlin Favorite Athlete Alex Morgan Can’t Live Without Music

Famous Person Most Like To Meet Ellen Degeneres Sports Crush Tim Tebow Dream Vacation Anywhere tropical with a beach Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Theater 1013, Prof. Jeb Branin


Sofia Hepworth

5-6 • Guard Junior SLCC/Sugar-Salem HS St. Anthony, Idaho

CAREER STATISTICS (AT SLCC)

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2010-11 28 20 682 24.4 93 229 .406 6 27 .222 52 66 .788 46 70 116 4.1 - - 58 87 - - 224 8.7 2011-12 31 24 819 26.4 183 407 .450 7 40 .175 88 111 .793 53 78 131 4.2 88 2 57 90 6 52 461 14.9 TOTALS 59 44 1501 25.4 276 636 .434 13 67 .194 140 177 .791 99 148 247 4.2 115 177 685 11.6

About Sof... Favorite Color Sky Blue Favorite Hobby Dancing Favorite Book Holes Favorite Food Stir Fry Favorite Movie The Goofy Movie Three Artists On My iPod Colbie Caillat, Michael Jackson, David Bowie

One Word To Describe Yourself Unique Best Basketball Memory Going 26-0 in high school Favorite Athlete Michael Jordan Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Nicole Newbold Most Influential on Career Older brother Jordan Hepworth Can’t Live Without Family, religion, food and animals Famous Person Most Like To Meet Michael Jordan

Sports Crush Joakim Noah Dream Vacation New Zealand, seeing castles and waterfalls Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Sports Psychology, Dr. Jean Lopour Favorite Thing About SUU The staff and coaches Favorite Thing About Basketball Competing against other athletes who love the game


Basia Klein

6-0 • Forward Freshman Santa Margarita HS San Clemente, Calif.

About Bosh... Favorite Color Purple Favorite Hobby Snowboarding Favorite Book The Hobbit Favorite Food Sushi Favorite Movie Casino Three Artists On My iPod The Hollies, Mama’s & Papa’s, Frank Sinatra

One Word To Describe Yourself Original Best Basketball Memory Leading the team at SM senior year Favorite Athlete Chris Bosh Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Lori or Soph Most Influential on Career My Dad Can’t Live Without Family and Religion Famous Person Most Like To meet Taylor Swift

Sports Crush Larry Bird Dream Vacation Lake Powell Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Technology in Teaching, Bart Reynolds Favorite Thing About SUU The smalltown feel and beautiful scenery Favorite Thing About Basketball Being part of a team family and making life-long friends


Ashleigh Munns

5-6 • Guard Freshman SEEVIC College Basildon, Essex, England

About Ash... Favorite Color Periwinkle Purple Favorite Hobby Sleeping Favorite Book Sacred Hoops Favorite Food Beans on toast Favorite Movie Memento Three Artists On My iPod Trey Songz, Ben Howard, Drake One Word To Describe Yourself Only one?! Funny and determined

Best Basketball Memory Representing England at the 2012 Euro Championships in Macedonia Favorite Athlete Ray Allen Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Marissa or Hailey Most Influential on Career Coach Busch Can’t Live Without My iPod, basketball shoes, chocolate milk Famous Person Most Like to Meet The Queen

Sports Crush Derrick Rose Dream Vacation Australia Favorite Course/Professor at SUU JR Payne Favorite Thing About SUU My team and coaches Favorite Thing About Basketball The 3 point line, and team relationships


Nicole Newbold 6-0 • Forward Junior SLCC/Bingham HS South Jordan, Utah

CAREER STATISTICS (AT SLCC)

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2010-11 20 0 119 6.0 6 15 .400 0 0 - 10 18 .556 5 15 20 1.0 - - - - 22 1.1 2011-12 31 24 761 24.5 93 174 .534 5 18 .278 51 87 .586 85 115 200 6.5 52 1 8 45 2 8 242 7.8 TOTALS 51 24 880 17.3 99 189 .524 5 18 .278 61 105 .581 90 130 220 4.3 264 5.2

About Nic... Favorite Color Turquoise Favorite Hobby Playing Piano and Singing Favorite Book Holes Favorite Food Lasagna Favorite Movie The Emperor’s New Groove Three Artists On My iPod Colbie Caillat, The Corrs, Dixie Chicks

One Word To Describe Yourself Inspiring Best Basketball Memory Taking state freshman year and road trips! Favorite Athlete Paul Millsap Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Sofia Hepworth Most Influential On Career My Dad and all my coaches Can’t Live Without Family and Religion

Famous Person Most Like To Meet Taylor Swift Sports Crush Larry Bird Dream Vacation Lake Powell Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Technology in Teaching, Bart Reynolds Favorite Thing About SUU The smalltown feel and beautiful scenery Favorite Thing About Basketball Being part of a team family and making life-long friends


Lori Parkinson 6-1 Forward Freshman Cyprus HS West Valley, Utah

About Lor... Favorite Color Lavender Favorite Hobby Napping Favorite Book On the Eighth Day She Rested Favorite Food Mediterranean Pizza Favorite Movie ATL Three Artists On My iPod Trey Songz, Frank Ocean, 2 Chainz

One Word To Describe Yourself Truuuuuuuuu Best Basketball Memory Beating Clearfield in 2010-11 season Favorite Athlete Rudy Gay Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Ashleigh and Riss Most Influential On Career Coach Adams (that’s my Dawg) Can’t Live Without Tru-Moo and Slow Jams

Famous Person Most Like to Meet Waka Flocka Sports Crush Dwight Howard Dream Vacation Bosnia Favorite Course/Professor at SUU JR Payne Favorite Thing About SUU Our locker room Favorite Thing About Basketball Rebounding


Marissa Robbins 5-11 Forward Junior Stansbury Park HS Lake Point, Utah

CAREER STATISTICS (AT SLCC)

Total 3-PT Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg. 2010-11 29 8 560 19.3 57 100 .570 2 8 .250 39 74 .527 54 102 156 5.4 - - 59 23 - - 155 5.3 2011-12 25 10 561 22.4 85 182 .467 1 11 .091 96 143 .671 55 96 151 6.0 70 5 43 54 19 44 267 10.7 TOTALS 54 18 1121 20.8 142 282 .504 3 19 .158 135 217 .622 109 198 307 5.7 102 77 422 8.0

About Riss... Favorite Color Purple Favorite Hobby Boating/Camping with my family Favorite Book Sacred Hoops Favorite Food Pizza Favorite Movie Proposal Three Artists On My iPod Katy Perry, Sugarland, Timbaland

One Word To Describe Yourself Quiet Best Basketball Memory Beating NIC in the semi-finals Favorite Athlete Kevin Durrant Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh DJ, Ash, Lori Most Influential On Career Bri Finch, Coach Speck Can’t Live Without My family

Famous Person Most Like To Meet Michael Jordan Sports Crush Ray Allen Dream Vacation Fiji Favorite Course/Professor at SUU Ellen Treanor Favorite Thing About SUU The hometown feel, everyone is welcoming. Favorite Thing About Basketball Running the floor and scoring in transition


OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 6-23 4-8 2-14 0-1 CONFERENCE 2-16 2-7 0-9 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 4-7 2-1 2-5 0-1 TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 23 MANDELKO, HAILEY 19 19 645 33.9 76 226 .336 42 115 .365 55 68 .809 6 53 59 3.1 41 0 36 66 0 20 249 13.1 15 MORELAND, CARLI 29 29 809 27.9 117 260 .450 0 0 .000 88 127 .693 86 155 241 8.3 109 5 11 74 37 8 322 11.1 5 JONES, ANDREA 20 10 633 31.7 73 229 .319 23 74 .319 43 53 .811 6 72 78 3.9 48 1 42 65 4 31 212 10.6 34 HAWKINS, KIMIE 29 25 896 30.9 77 240 .321 0 2 .000 102 153 .667 85 134 219 7.6 83 0 42 98 9 21 256 8.8 45 FUNK, MARQUELLE 5 5 149 29.8 9 34 .265 4 21 .190 10 15 .667 3 15 18 3.6 16 0 7 12 1 4 32 6.4 31 ANDERSON, TAYLER 29 29 918 31.7 69 170 .406 10 25 .400 36 52 .692 47 123 170 5.9 91 4 73 120 8 34 184 6.3 10 NORMAN, DJ 28 19 612 21.9 56 169 .331 11 35 .331 43 51 .843 11 31 42 1.5 56 1 43 61 1 16 166 5.9 32 GATES, BRENNA 27 1 293 10.9 31 77 .403 0 0 .000 29 36 .806 21 48 69 2.6 49 0 10 46 7 4 91 3.4 4 DORN, ANGEL 27 0 298 11.0 24 61 .393 6 20 .300 29 40 .725 11 24 35 1.3 44 0 15 36 2 13 83 3.1 22 HILL, TOREY 22 0 171 7.8 26 49 .531 0 0 .000 11 15 .733 16 29 45 2.0 16 0 3 19 2 5 63 2.9 24 MAYNES, TAYLOR 26 8 376 14.5 13 48 .271 3 14 .214 7 12 .583 16 25 41 1.6 41 1 21 32 4 12 36 1.4 TM TEAM 75 79 154 11 TOTAL 29 5800 571 1563 .365 99 306 .324 453 622 .728 383 788 1171 40.4 594 12 303 640 75 168 1694 58.4 OPPONENTS 29 704 1752 .402 163 499 .327 477 674 .708 364 701 1065 36.7 529 - 416 404 175 309 2048 70.6 SCORE BY PERIODS: SOUTHERN UTAH OPPONENTS

1ST 2ND TOTAL 767 927 1694 954 1094 2048

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: SOUTHERN UTAH OPPONENTS

OFF DEF TOTAL 73 6 79 88 3 91

Team Statistics

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

SUU

OPP

1694 2048 58.4 70.6 -12.2 571-1563 704-1752 .365 .402 99-306 163-499 .324 .327 3.4 5.6 453-622 477-674 .728 .708 15.6 16.4 1171 1065 40.4 36.7 +3.7 -

Team Statistics

ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

SUU

OPP

303 416 10.4 14.3 640 404 22.1 13.9 -8.1 0.5 1.0 168 309 5.8 10.7 75 175 2.6 6.0 4810 14624 12-401 16-899 - 1-233


OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 6-23 4-8 2-14 0-1 CONFERENCE 2-16 2-7 0-9 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 4-7 2-1 2-5 0-1 TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## PLAYER GP GS MIN AVG FG FGA PCT 3FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 23 MANDELKO, HAILEY 8 8 267 33.4 37 97 .381 20 48 .417 18 23 .783 2 17 19 2.4 15 0 13 25 0 6 112 14.0 15 MORELAND, CARLI 18 18 507 28.2 74 154 .481 0 0 .000 74 98 .755 51 91 142 7.9 69 5 7 52 24 5 222 12.3 5 JONES, ANDREA 17 10 565 33.2 64 207 .309 19 62 .306 40 49 .816 5 64 69 4.1 40 0 36 57 4 28 187 11.0 34 HAWKINS, KIMIE 18 18 589 32.7 41 148 .277 0 1 .000 61 95 .642 52 97 149 8.3 58 0 31 58 8 16 143 7.9 31 ANDERSON, TAYLER 18 18 574 31.9 46 107 .430 9 20 .450 14 24 .583 31 68 99 5.5 58 3 41 78 5 20 115 6.4 10 NORMAN, DJ 18 10 400 22.2 32 105 .305 9 27 .333 26 31 .839 5 23 28 1.6 33 0 26 34 1 9 99 5.5 4 DORN, ANGEL 18 0 182 10.1 15 38 .395 4 13 .308 22 27 .815 5 18 23 1.3 30 0 7 23 2 9 56 3.1 22 HILL, TOREY 14 0 119 8.5 17 34 .500 0 0 .000 8 11 .727 10 21 31 2.2 12 0 2 10 2 4 42 3.0 32 GATES, BRENNA 16 1 151 9.4 12 33 .364 0 0 .000 11 15 .733 11 24 35 2.2 27 0 8 27 5 2 35 2.2 24 MAYNES, TAYLOR 15 7 246 16.4 7 26 .269 0 6 .000 6 9 .667 10 12 22 1.5 24 0 13 21 1 8 20 1.3 TM TEAM 43 47 90 5 TOTAL 18 3600 345 949 .364 61 177 .345 280 382 .733 225 482 707 39.3 366 8 184 390 52 107 1031 57.3 OPPONENTS 18 3600 431 1080 .399 108 326 .331 295 415 .711 225 428 653 36.3 312 - 255 240 112 185 1265 70.3 SCORE BY PERIODS: SOUTHERN UTAH OPPONENTS

Team Statistics

1ST 2ND TOTAL 474 557 1031 588 677 1265

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

SUU

1031 57.3 -13.0 345-949 .364 61-177 .345 3.4 280-382 .733 15.6 707 39.3 +3.0

OPP

1265 70.3 431-1080 .399 108-326 .331 6.0 295-415 .711 16.4 653 36.3 -

Team Statistics

ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

SUU

OPP

184 255 10.2 14.2 390 240 21.7 13.3 -8.3 0.5 1.1 107 185 5.9 10.3 52 112 2.9 6.2 3601 7996 9-400 9-888 - 0-0


Opponent

Date

Score

WL

POINTS

at Utah 11/13/11 60-74 L 17-MANDELKO, Hailey at Santa Clara 11/18/11 78-79 L 21-MANDELKO, Hailey at Oregon State 11/20/11 40-90 L 5-MORELAND, Carli HAWKINS, Kimie FUNK, Marquelle GATES, Brenna HILL, Torrey vs North Dakota 11/25/11 61-62 L 15-MORELAND, Carli at New Mexico State 11/27/11 58-57 W 14-MANDELKO, Hailey Utah Valley 11/30/11 80-65 W 23-MANDELKO, Hailey at Oral Roberts 12/3/11 59-109 L 14-MORELAND, Carli at Brigham Young 12/8/11 49-82 L 12-ANDERSON, Tayler at UVU 12/10/11 60-59 W 14-HAWKINS, Kimie Westminster 12/17/11 59-57 W 19-HAWKINS, Kimie at Ohio State 12/20/11 50-88 L 11-HAWKINS, Kimie at UMKC 12/29/11 61-81 L 15-MORELAND, Carli at South Dakota 12/31/11 69-81 L 13-MANDELKO, Hailey San Jose State 1/3/12 68-70 L 22-MORELAND, Carli North Dakota State 1/7/12 68-80 L 15-MANDELKO, Hailey South Dakota State 1/9/12 50-66 L 21-MANDELKO, Hailey at Western Illinois 1/14/12 70-82 L 20-MANDELKO, Hailey at IUPUI 1/16/12 49-56 L 22-MORELAND, Carli IPFW 1/21/12 80-68 W 22-NORMAN, DJ Oakland 1/23/12 60-64 L 22-JONES, Andrea South Dakota 1/28/12 40-68 L 10-MORELAND, Carli UMKC 1/30/12 46-64 L 17-MORELAND, Carli at South Dakota State 2/4/12 43-65 L 13, JONES, Andrea at North Dakota State 2/6/12 56-74 L 29, JONES, Andrea IUPUI 2/11/12 58-48 W 16-HAWKINS, Kimie Western Illinois 2/13/12 70-76 L 20-MORELAND, Carli at Oakland 2/18/12 45-59 L 9-HAWKINS, Kimie JONES, Andrea at IPFW 2/20/12 60-70 L 16-JONES, Andrea Oral Roberts 2/25/12 47-54 L 16-MORELAND, Carli


REBOUNDS

9-ANDERSON, Tayler 7-HAWKINS, Kimie ANDERSON, Tayler 8-ANDERSON, Tayler

11-MORELAND, Carli HAWKINS, Kimie 14-MORELAND, Carli 8-ANDERSON, Tayler MORELAND, Carli 10-MORELAND, Carli 8-HAWKINS, Kimie 10-HAWKINS, Kimie MORELAND, Carli 12-MORELAND, Carli 10-MORELAND, Carli 12-HAWKINS, Kimie 9-MORELAND, Carli 17-MORELAND, Carli 14-HAWKINS, Kimie 10-HAWKINS, Kimie 12-MORELAND, Carli 12-MORELAND, Carli 10-ANDERSON, Tayler 16-MORELAND, Carli 8-MORELAND, Carli 6-GATES, Brenna HAWKINS, Kimie MORELAND, Carli 6-JONES, Andrea HAWKINS, Kimie 6-HAWKINS, Kimie 17-HAWKINS, Kimie 11-MORELAND, Carli 9-HAWKINS, Kimie 7-MORELAND, Carli 9-MORELAND, Carli HAWKINS, Kimie

ASSISTS

2-GATES, Brenna MANDELKO, Hailey ANDERSON, Tayler 7-MANDELKO, Hailey 3-MANDELKO, Hailey FUNK, Marquelle

STEALS

2-MANDELKO, Hailey FUNK, Marquelle NORMAN, DJ 1-ANDERSON, Tayler FUNK, Marquelle 1-DORN, Angel

BLOCKED SHOTS 2-MORELAND, Carli 1-FUNK, Marquelle 1-MORELAND, Carli

2-MAYNES, Taylor 3-MANDELKO, Hailey MORELAND, Carli 3-ANDERSON, Tayler 2-ANDERSON, Tayler 7-ANDERSON, Tayler 3-NORMAN, DJ MANDELKO, Hailey 6-NORMAN, DJ 2-NORMAN, DJ 2-HAWKINS, Kimie 3-ANDERSON, Tayler DORN, Angel ANDERSON, Tayler 4-ANDERSON, Tayler 3-ANDERSON, Tayler

1-MAYNES, Taylor

3-ANDERSON, Tayler 3-JONES, Andrea ANDERSON, Tayler MORELAND, Carli 3-ANDERSON, Tayler 1-MANDELKO, Hailey JONES, Andrea MORELAND, Carli NORMAN, DJ 4-JONES, Andrea 2-NORMAN, DJ MAYNES, Taylor 3-JONES, Andrea 2-JONES, Andrea ANDERSON, Tayler 5-ANDERSON, Tayler 2-ANDERSON, Tayler 4-JONES, Andrea 2-ANDERSON, Tayler 2-JONES, Andrea 3-MANDELKO, Hailey MANDELKO, Hailey ANDERSON, Tayler 3-HAWKINS, Kimie 2-DORN, Angel JONES, Andrea 3-HAWKINS, Kimie 2-JONES, Andrea NORMAN, DJ ANDERSON, Tayler 6-HAWKINS, Kimie 5-JONES, Andrea 5-HAWKINS, Kimie 2-JONES, Andrea 3-JONES, Andrea 2-JONES, Andrea DORN, Angel 2-MORELAND, Carli 3-HAWKINS, Kimie

2-MAYNES, Taylor

2-JONES, Andrea

2-ANDERSON, Tayler

2-JONES, Andrea

3-NORMAN, DJ 3-DORN, Angel 6-ANDERSON, Tayler 3-HAWKINS, Kimie 6-ANDERSON, Tayler 4-ANDERSON, Tayler HILL, Torrey 4-NORMAN, DJ 2-HAWKINS, Kimie 4-MAYNES, Taylor 2-JONES, Andrea MAYNES, Taylor ANDERSON, Tayler 3-ANDERSON, Tayler 2-JONES, Andrea ANDERSON, Tayler MORELAND, Carli

2-MORELAND, Carli 2-MORELAND, Carli 1-MORELAND, Carli 1-MORELAND, Carli GATES, Brenna 1-HAWKINS, Kimie

1-MORELAND, Carli

2-MORELAND, Carli 4-MORELAND, Carli 1-JONES, Andrea MORELAND, Carli 2-MORELAND, Carli 1-MORELAND, Carli 2-ANDERSON, Tayler 3-MORELAND, Carli 3-MORELAND, Carli 3-GATES, Brenna

4-MORELAND, Carli 1-JONES, Andrea 2-MORELAND, Carli 2-HAWKINS, Kimie 1-GATES, Brenna


Southern Utah Wo Southern Utah Team Game-by-Gam All ga O p p o n en t U ta h S anta C lara O regon S ta te N orth D akota N ew M exico S tate UVU O ral R oberts B righam Y oun g UVU WC O hio S ta te UMKC S outh D akota S A N JO S E S T A T E NORTH DAKOTA STATE SOUTH DAKOTA STATE W estern Illinois IU P U I IP F W O A K LA N D SOUTH DAKOTA UMKC S outh D akota S tate N orth D akota S tate IU P U I W E S T E R N ILLIN O IS O akland IP F W ORAL ROBERTS

1st 3 0 /2 8 4 0 /3 8 1 5 /4 6 2 1 /2 5 2 5 /3 1 4 1 /3 5 2 9 /4 8 1 5 /3 5 2 9 /2 5 2 4 /2 8 2 5 /3 8 2 9 /3 8 3 1 /3 6 2 8 /3 7 3 6 /4 0 2 5 /3 5 2 9 /4 4 3 1 /2 8 3 3 /2 1 3 4 /2 6 1 8 /3 4 1 0 /3 1 1 6 /3 0 1 8 /3 5 2 9 /2 1 3 6 /3 3 1 8 /2 8 1 9 /3 8 3 3 /2 2

2n d 30/46 38/41 25/44 40/37 33/26 39/30 30/61 34/47 31/34 35/29 25/50 32/43 38/45 40/33 32/40 25/31 41/38 18/28 47/47 26/38 22/34 36/33 27/35 38/39 29/27 34/43 27/31 41/32 14/32

S co re 60-74 78-79 40-90 61-62 58-57 80-65 59-109 49-82 60-59 59-57 50-88 61-81 69-81 68-70 68-80 50-66 70-82 49-56 80-68 60-64 40-68 46-64 43-65 56-74 58-48 70-76 45-59 60-70 47-54

M ar (14) (1) (50) (1) +1 + 15 (50) (33) +1 +2 (38) (20) (12) (2) (12) (16) (12) (7) + 12 (4) (28) (18) (22) (18) + 10 (6) (14) (10) (7)

T o tal F G 23-57/26-59 28-58/26-67 14-50/32-66 20-61/18-51 18-52/23-55 26-54/22-63 17-48/43-85 13-62/28-70 19-54/20-54 21-53/21-51 18-49/32-70 19-59/29-78 23-68/24-54 26-64/25-66 26-67/27-63 17-43/24-63 23-67/21-58 17-46/20-49 24-44/24-62 22-63/21-57 14-52/26-63 11-38/21-64 16-42/18-47 21-51/26-55 19-47/19-62 23-51/27-65 17-48/22-52 20-55/23-46 16-60/16-57

F G P ct 3 -P o in te rs .404/.4 41 3-9/4-9 .483/.388 6-10/8-23 .280/.4 85 3-10/4-15 .328/.353 2-18/3-10 .346/.418 3-10/5-14 .481/.349 5-12/4-18 .354/.506 6-13/10-26 .210/.400 2-9/4-14 .352/.3 70 5-14/4-12 .396/.412 3-14/10-26 .367/.4 57 1-4/6-20 .322/.372 5-15/2-14 .338/.4 44 4-10/6-16 .406/.379 5-19/3-12 .388/.4 29 5-11/11-18 .395/.381 5-9/9-28 .343/.3 62 4-17/6-18 .370/.408 6-12/4-15 .545/.387 4-7/9-24 .349/.368 5-14/4-12 .269/.4 13 2-7/13-30 .289/.328 0-1/4-17 .381/.3 83 2-6/7-20 .412/.473 1-6/2-11 .404/.306 1-7/4-12 .451/.415 1-9/6-25 .354/.4 23 6-13/3-8 .364/.500 2-9/6-17 .267/.281 2-11/2-15

N ote: G am e totals a re d isp la ye d in th e form at T E A M /O P P O N E N T fo r each category


omen's Basketball me Comparison (as of Sep 20, 2012) ames 3F G P ct .333/.444 .600/.348 .300/.267 .111/.300 .300/.357 .417/.222 .462/.385 .222/.286 .357/.333 .214/.385 .250/.300 .333/.143 .400/.375 .263/.250 .455/.611 .556/.321 .235/.333 .500/.267 .571/.375 .357/.333 .286/.433 .000/.235 .333/.350 .167/.182 .143/.333 .111/.240 .462/.375 .222/.353 .182/.133

F re e T h ro w 11-18/18 -2 7 16-23/19 -2 3 9-17/22-3 4 19-27/23 -2 9 19-22/6 -9 23-27/17 -2 1 19-25/13 -1 9 21-31/22 -3 1 17-23/15 -2 1 14-18/5 -1 2 13-18/18 -2 2 18-27/21 -2 6 19-24/27 -3 5 11-16/17 -3 0 11-15/15 -2 0 11-19/9 -1 2 20-28/34 -4 4 9-11/12 -1 8 28-36/11 -2 0 11-20/18 -2 9 10-14/3 -5 24-33/18 -2 6 9-14/22-3 2 13-20/20 -2 8 19-24/6-1 2 23-26/16 -1 8 5-8/12-1 9 18-22/18 -2 5 13-16/20 -2 7

FT Pct .6 1 1 /.6 6 7 .6 9 6 /.8 2 6 .5 2 9 /.6 4 7 .7 0 4 /.7 9 3 .8 6 4 /.6 6 7 .8 5 2 /.8 1 0 .7 6 0 /.6 8 4 .6 7 7 /.7 1 0 .7 3 9 /.7 1 4 .7 7 8 /.4 1 7 .7 2 2 /.8 1 8 .6 6 7 /.8 0 8 .7 9 2 /.7 7 1 .6 8 8 /.5 6 7 .7 3 3 /.7 5 0 .5 7 9 /.7 5 0 .7 1 4 /.7 7 3 .8 1 8 /.6 6 7 .7 7 8 /.5 5 0 .5 5 0 /.6 2 1 .7 1 4 /.6 0 0 .7 2 7 /.6 9 2 .6 4 3 /.6 8 8 .6 5 0 /.7 1 4 .7 9 2 /.5 0 0 .8 8 5 /.8 8 9 .6 2 5 /.6 3 2 .8 1 8 /.7 2 0 .8 1 3 /.7 4 1

Rebounds 3 8 /4 1 (3) 4 8 /3 2 + 16 3 3 /4 4 (11) 4 4 /3 9 + 5 4 2 /2 9 + 13 4 3 /3 2 + 11 3 7 /4 3 (6) 4 9 /5 4 (5) 4 0 /3 7 + 3 4 0 /2 5 + 15 3 5 /4 2 (7) 3 8 /5 4 (16) 4 8 /3 4 + 14 5 2 /3 7 + 15 4 2 /3 6 + 6 3 5 /3 6 (1) 4 5 /4 4 + 1 3 5 /2 8 + 7 4 0 /2 5 + 15 4 5 /4 4 + 1 4 2 /3 4 + 8 3 5 /4 3 (8) 3 2 /3 2 3 0 /3 7 (7) 4 8 /2 9 + 19 4 2 /2 7 + 15 2 5 /3 8 (13) 3 7 /2 9 + 8 5 1 /4 0 + 11

A ssist 11/17 13/15 10/18 6 /6 9/15 19/10 13/28 7/21 10/14 8/11 9/23 9/11 12/16 17/11 11/20 6/16 11/16 12/12 15/11 14/11 9/22 5/10 5/13 9/11 13/9 9/13 13/19 10/10 8 /7

T /O ver 17/13 25/14 34/16 18/23 18/14 18/18 36/13 28/18 19/15 19/15 27/9 20/14 15/8 27/9 15/12 23/10 19/12 31/21 20/13 11/12 23/13 26/16 24/12 19/14 23/14 24/11 17/15 19/14 25/16

B lo c k S teal F o u ls 3 /4 7/12 23/21 1 /3 2 /9 2 0/22 1/12 5/22 27/16 2 /5 5 /4 2 1/25 2 /3 3 /6 1 2/19 3 /4 12/10 2 1/22 1 /1 3/22 18/20 2/15 7/15 2 5/27 1 /7 8 /8 2 1/18 6 /2 7 /8 1 9/15 0 /4 2/14 16/12 2/11 4/12 1 8/19 0/13 4 /6 3 1/15 2 /4 3/16 2 3/20 4 /6 6 /7 1 8/11 2 /3 8/10 1 4/14 3 /4 7 /7 2 8/20 1 /7 4/13 1 9/15 4 /2 10/10 17/26 4 /6 5 /5 1 9/16 5/14 7/10 14/10 6 /3 6 /9 2 6/26 0 /4 6 /8 2 8/20 0 /3 8/10 2 2/19 6 /8 6/10 14/19 3 /2 5/12 2 0/16 4/11 7/11 15/9 4 /7 7 /8 2 3/18 3 /7 4/15 22/19


A new era in the Big Sky Conference begins in 2012-13 as the league enters its 50th year of athletic competition, and its 25th sponsoring women’s collegiate athletics. The Division I Big Sky Conference welcomes the University of North Dakota and Southern Utah University into the fold as full members. Cal Poly and UC Davis join the league as affiliate members in football, where the league competes at the Championship Subdivision level (formerly I-AA). The additions of North Dakota and Southern Utah give the stable Big Sky 11 full institutions and 13 football members. The current lineup includes four of the six charter members: Idaho State University, The University of Montana, Montana State University and Weber State. Northern Arizona enters its 43rd season in the Big Sky, giving the conference five members with at least 40 years of continuous membership. Eastern Washington University joined the Big Sky Conference in 1987, followed by Portland State University and Sacramento State in 1996. The Big Sky became a nine-team league in 2006 with the addition of the University of Northern Colorado. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. Six times, Big Sky teams have won the Division I National Championship, including Eastern Washington in 2010. A Big Sky team has played for the national championship in three of the past four seasons. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and

The Big Sky Conference

Doug Fullerton Commissioner

Commissioner Doug Fullerton Associate Commissioner Ron Loghry Assistant Commissioner Jaynee Nadol Assistant Commissioner Jon Kasper Director of Marketing Tanner Gooch Media Relations Director Megan Lobdell Media Relations Assistant Alyssa Askew

Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. The Big Sky now includes nine states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Red River Valley of North Dakota. The league is represented along the entire west coast with institutions in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 15 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. This upcoming spring, the Big Sky will sponsor a softball championship for the first time. In 1988-89, the Big Sky Conference first began sponsoring women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, is in his 18th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson, who passed away in 2011. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81, while John Roning held the post from 197177. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.


FINAL STANDINGS Summit Overall Team W L Pct. W L Pct. xSouth Dakota St.#^$ 16 2 .889 24 9 .727 xOral Roberts & 14 4 .778 20 11 .645 South Dakota & 12 6 .667 23 8 .742 xUMKC & 11 7 .611 22 12 .647 xNorth Dakota St. 8 10 .444 11 20 .355 xIUPUI 7 11 .389 13 19 .406 xOakland 7 11 .389 11 17 .393 xWestern Illinois 7 11 .389 12 19 .387 xIPFW 6 12 .333 9 21 .300 Southern Utah 2 16 .111 6 23 .207 # Regular Season Champion ^ Summit League Tournament Champion $ NCAA Tournament Participant & WNIT Participant SUMMIT LEAGUE AWARDS Player of the Year Kevi Luper, ORU Coach of the Year Aaron Johnston, South Dakota State Defensive Player of the Year Jodie Boss, South Dakota Sixth Woman of the Year LeAndrea Thomas, UMKC Newcomer of the Year Saule Kontautaite, Western Illionois First Team Dayon Hall-Jones UMKC Amber Hegger, USD Kevi Luper, ORU Kerah Nelson, IUPUI Jennie Sunnarborg, SDSU Bethany Watterworth, OAK Second Team Janae Burich, NDSU Ashley Eide, SDSU Stephanie Rosado, IPFW Jill Young, SDSU Sadie Webb, WIU Honorable Mention Anne Boese, IPFW Jodie Boss, USD Carli Moreland, SUU Elise O’Connor, UMKC Abby Plucker, NDSU All-Newcomer Team Bernadett Ball, ORU Katie Comello, IUPUI Saule Kontautaite, WIU Hailey Mandelko, SUU Jamie Van Kirk, NDSU

TEAM LEADERS

SCORING OFFENSE 1. Oral Roberts 2. UMKC 3. South Dakota State 4. Western Illinois 5. South Dakota 6. IPFW 7. North Dakota State 8. IUPUI 9. Southern Utah 10. Oakland

PTS 2251 2449 2249 2050 1946 1846 1896 1913 1694 1596

AVG/G 72.6 72.0 68.2 66.1 62.8 61.5 61.2 59.8 58.4 57.0

SCORING DEFENSE 1. South Dakota 2. South Dakota State 3. IUPUI 4. Oakland 5. UMKC 6. Oral Roberts 7. North Dakota State 8. IPFW 9. Southern Utah 10. Western Illinois

PTS 1634 1930 1899 1674 2258 2067 2079 2116 2048 2296

AVG/G 52.7 58.5 59.3 59.8 66.4 66.7 67.1 70.5 70.6 74.1

FREE THROW PCT 1. Oral Roberts 2. South Dakota 3. IPFW 4. Western Illinois 5. Southern Utah 6. South Dakota State 7. Oakland 8. UMKC 9. North Dakota State 10. IUPUI

FTM -FTA 385-495 395-513 416-549 391-533 453-622 509-708 326-454 476-665 417-596 367-525

PCT .778 .770 .758 .734 .728 .719 .718 .716 .700 .699

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. South Dakota State 2. Southern Utah 3. Oakland 4. North Dakota State 5. South Dakota 6. UMKC 7. Western Illinois 8. IUPUI 9. Oral Roberts 10. IPFW

FIELD GOAL PCT 1. South Dakota State 2. Oral Roberts 3. UMKC 4. South Dakota 5. North Dakota State 6. Oakland 7. IUPUI 8. IPFW 9. Western Illinois 10. Southern Utah

FGM-FGA 755-1784 843-1992 879-2157 679-1695 669-1751 594-1556 708-1880 616-1639 722-1951 571-1563

PCT .423 .423 .408 .401 .382 .382 .377 .376 .370 .365

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS SCORING POINTS AVG/G 1. LUPER, Kevi-ORU 714 23.8 2. HEGGE, Amber-USD 596 19.2 3. WATTERWORTH, Bethany-OU 524 18.7 4. HALL-JONES, Dayon-UMKC 579 17.0 5. NELSON, Kerah-IUPUI 518 16.2

3-POINT FG PCT 1. South Dakota State 2. UMKC 3. Oral Roberts 4. Southern Utah 5. Western Illinois 6. North Dakota State 7. South Dakota 8. IPFW 9. IUPUI 10. Oakland

3FGM-3FGA 230-631 215-614 180-551 99-306 215-678 141-457 193-628 198-651 130-482 82-309

PCT .365 .350 .327 .324 .317 .309 .307 .304 .270 .265

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. South Dakota 2. Oakland 3. North Dakota State 4. IUPUI 5. UMKC 6. Oral Roberts 7. South Dakota State 8. Southern Utah 9. IPFW 10. Western Illinois

NO. 227 145 128 116 121 93 86 75 67 66

AVG/G 7.3 5.2 4.1 3.6 3.6 3.0 2.6 2.6 2.2 2.1

ASSISTS 1. Oral Roberts 2. UMKC 3. Western Illinois 4. South Dakota State 5. South Dakota 6. Oakland 7. IUPUI 8. North Dakota State 9. Southern Utah 10. IPFW

NO. 469 501 439 454 422 381 407 384 303 278

AVG/G 15.1 14.7 14.2 13.8 13.6 13.6 12.7 12.4 10.4 9.3

STEALS 1. Oral Roberts 2. IUPUI 3. UMKC 4. Western Illinois 5. South Dakota State 6. Oakland 7. IPFW 8. South Dakota 9. North Dakota State 10. Southern Utah

NO. 440 334 323 242 252 212 217 210 191 168

AVG/G 14.2 10.4 9.5 7.8 7.6 7.6 7.2 6.8 6.2 5.8

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. UMKC 2. Southern Utah 3. Oral Roberts 4. North Dakota State 5. IUPUI 6. Western Illinois 7. South Dakota State 8. Oakland 9. IPFW 10. South Dakota

NO. 483 383 397 396 400 363 379 299 314 265

AVG/G 14.2 13.2 12.8 12.8 12.5 11.7 11.5 10.7 10.5 8.5

REBOUNDING 1. HEGGE, Amber-USD 2. MORELAND, Carli-SUU 3. NEZIANYA, Kim-UMKC 4. BURICH, Janae-NDSU 5. HAWKINS, Kimie-SUU

NO. 924 788 759 838 833 888 774 790 747 630

TOTAL 261 241 263 235 219

FIELD GOAL PCT 1. HEGGE, Amber-USD 2. EIDE, Ashley-SDSU 3. PYLE, Jordan-ORU 4. CARNAGO, Brittany-OU 5. HILL, Ashli-UMKC

FG -FGA 213-412 138-275 138-282 89-182 109-229

ASSISTS 1. YACKLEY, Alexis-USD 2. O’CONNOR, Elise-UMKC 3. JONES, Georgia-ORU

NO. 148 154 140

FREE THROW PCT 1. YOUNG, Jill-SDSU 2. LUPER, Kevi-ORU 3. VAN KIRK, Jamie-NDSU

FT-FTA 86-95 120-140 63-76

STEALS 1. LUPER, Kevi-ORU 2. THOMAS, LeAndrea-UMKC 3. PYLE, Jordan-ORU 3-POINT FG PCT 1. YOUNG, Jill-SDSU 2. LINZ, Hannah-NDSU 3. LUPER, Kevi-ORU

NO. 114 87 76 3FG-3FGA 83-199 65-163 48-124

AVG/G 28.0 27.2 27.1 27.0 26.9 26.1 25.0 24.7 24.1 21.0

AVG/G 8.4 8.3 7.7 7.6 7.6 PCT .517 .502 .489 .489 .476 AVG/G 4.8 4.7 4.5 PCT .905 .857 .829 AVG/G 3.8 2.6 2.5 PCT .417 .399 .387

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. BOSS, Jodie-USD 2. CARNAGO, Brittany-OU 3. BURICH,Janae-NDSU

NO. 124 82 87

AVG/G 4.0 3.3 2.8

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. ELDREDGE, Brianna-UMKC 2. BURICH,Janae-NDSU 3. NEZIANYA, Kim-UMKC 4. MORELAND, Carli-SUU 5. HAWKINS, Kimie-SUU

NO. 107 94 103 86 85

AVG/G 3.6 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.9

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. BOSS, Jodie-USD 2. HEGGE, Amber-USD 3. LIPSCOMB, Victoria-OU 4. MORELAND, Carli-SUU

NO. 191 187 167 155

AVG/G 6.2 6.0 6.0 5.3


Brenda Acor Alicia Adams Julia Allender Angie (Tanner) Alvey Amy (Young) Anderson Content Anderson Sandy Anderson Tayler Anderson Missy Andresen Laura Bailey Katy Baker Lisa Ballantyne DeeAnn Barney Janell Barney Janis Beal Pam Beckstrand Jane Begay Julie Bellamy Michelle Bentley Jeaninne Bird Kim Bird Hadley Black Debbie Bone Apryl Brainard Kenzie Briggs Nina Brunt Cassie (Platt) Burgess Paula Burgoyne Janel Cassat Stephanie Chadwick Barbara Cleveland Rose Colledge Cash Connors Casey Cooke Katy Cooke Michelle Cottle Jana Crawford Virginia Creasy Silvia da Silva Taylor Dancer Sherrie Davies Bessie Dele Ellen Doane Carolyn Dodds Monica Doman Angel Dorn Shanna Draper Hillarie Dunn Linda Eames Elise Edwards Robyn Eliason Becca Elison Ann Esplin Cheryl Eyraud Shalee Fackrell Amanda Farish

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1987-89 1997-99 2003-05 1989-93 2004-06 1991-92 1985-86 2009-current 1996-97 1975-78 2004-05 1982-85 1977-78 1975-76 2003-05 1977-78 1978-80 1999-01 1979-81 1975-76 1993-94 1995-96 1977-78 1990-93 2002-04 2002-03 2008-10 1980-84 1994-95 1988-90 1978-79 1975-76 2005-07 2002-04 2003-04 1980-81 1982-83 1993-95 2005-07 2008-09 1986-88 1975-78 1989-91 1978-80 1995-97 2010-12 1987-91 1994-95 1980-81 1990-91 1977-78 1996-97 1993-94 1975-78 2002-03 2008-09

Cherri (Shurtleff) Frandsen Kim Free Stacey French Marquelle Funk Laurie Garrett Shauntel Garrett Brenna Gates Sally Gines Kaila Goff Cheryl Grant Anita Green Ali Gressman Gloria Grover Amy Gubler Diane Gubler Kellee Hadfield Cassie (Warburton) Hahl Erin (Kelly) Hamlin Erin Haskins Kimie Hawkins Caroline Heaton Kim Hemenway Michelle Hendry Karrie Henry Dent Hendrix Erin (McClean) Heuett Joyce Hickman Anne (Westwood) Higbee Torey Hill Lindsay Hille Heather Hillock Melissa Hines Tricia Holden Holly Holt Shari Hori Dani Hosking Darla Hunt Sarah Hutton Rosemary Jacklin Desiree Jackson Sally Johnson Andrea Jones Cindy Jones Syd Keel Apryll Killpack Kris King Cheryl Lamb Kim Langford Nancy Langman Evie Larsen Lexa Larsen Myndee Larsen Sue Lavender Jen Leavitt Robyn LeRoy Angela Levi Lori Lindstrom

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1992-96 1985-89 1988-90 2011-current 1982-84 2002-04 2011-current 1982-84 2007-11 2004-06 1980-83 1997-00 1980-83 1991-92 1987-89 1984-85 2004-06 2000-02 2006-08 2011-current 2000-02 2001-02 1988-90 1992-94 1977-79 2006-08 1980-81 2005-09 2010-12 1999-02 2005-07 1996-00 1989-91 1992-93 1982-83 2008-10 1983-87 2001-05 1979-81 2010-current 1998-02 2010-current 1990-91 1975-78 1975-76 1995-97 1981-82 1988-90 1998-02 2001-03 1987-90 1993-98 1982-83 1997-98 1989-90 1985-87 1978-79


Jessica (Sparrow) Littlefield Chanel Lofthouse Denice Long Candice Lords Aubrey Mackintosh Leslie Magnuson Hailey Mandelko Taylor Maynes Kelly McFalls Heather Miles Barbara Miller Monica Moe Carli Moreland Linsey Mortensen Sarah (Pratt) Mortensen Sydne Mortensen Emily Mothershed Lori Mott Denise Muir Sunny Myers Kathy Nelson Lyndie NeVille Tami Newton Amanie Niemann Pauline Nihipali Angie Nilsson DJ Norman Alana Orton Lecia Ottley Jacque Palmer Denise Parker Lindsay Parker Challis Pascucci Jadie Parsons Susan Pedersen Becky Peterson Kristina Peterson Natalie Pfaffenberger Kristin Pierce Monique Pili Charmaine Piula Rachael Pope Lori Pratt Susie Pressett Libby Price Bev Rambicure Rene Ramsey Audrey Richards Meghan Ringer Cindy Robertson Heidi Robins Jessica Robison Cherry Roper Michelle Rowley Jamie Sagers Stephanie Sampson

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Staci Sargent Paula Sawyer Becky Schofield Caitlyn Sears Dani Shaheen Mandi Shaheen Mary Sharp Sue Shurtleff Morgan (Wood) Slade Suze Slavens Ally Smith Kendra Smith Krista (Wardle) Smith Natalie Smith Teresa Smith BrookeLynne Smithson Kellie Snyder Heather Sonne Jana (Glover) Sorensen Sherene Sorensen Chris Spencer Shellie Spencer Lisa Stolk Julie Stradling Mindy Stuart Meridee Syme Erin Tanner Lori Taylor Chris Tea Gwen Thomas Beverly (Glover) Thomason Carrie (Wilson) Thomason Brenda Thompson Chanel Thorley Toni Torres Hailee Truman Annette Turley Kim Vadala Tarah (Williams) Vernon Theresa Versluis

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W Cyrita Warner Courtney (Christensen) Wayland Lyndsay Weaver Jaycee Webster Wendy Welch Luann Weston Kym Westwood Chris Whetton Jaime White Marcia Whiting Debbie Whitlock Rebecca Wilkins Suzanne Willden Julie Williams Megan (Lofthouse) Woolston Chelsey Wornell Amy Wright Y Lacey Yates

1985-88 1989-90 1990-94 2007-11 1999-00 1994-98 1982-83 1992-94 2008-09 1981-82 2004-05 1977-78 1995-97 1977-81 1994-95 2009-10 2008-09 1990-92 2006-07 1987-90 1975-76 1986-87 1981-84 2005-07 2002-03 1984-85 1992-93 1977-78 1977-80 1982-84 2000-02 2002-04 1981-83 2009-11 1995-97 2006-08 1983-85 1990-92 2006-07 1979-80 2002-04 1992-95 2002-03 1995-99 1995-96 1985-89 1998-00 1978-81 1993-94 1978-80 1989-90 1984-87 1977-78 2001-05 1998-02 1996-98 1983-84 2002-04


ALL-TIME RECORDS AGAINST ADAMS STATE (10-13) 1975-76 W *67-55 1976-77 W *79-50 W 81-63 1977-78 W *94-88 1978-79 L 81-96 W *98-70 1979-80 L 62-71 L *56-69 1980-81 L 65-107 L *85-93 1981-82 L 66-87 L 65-117 1982-83 L *90-95 L 58-74 1983-84 L 64-78 L *71-92 1984-85 L 53-69 L *55-75 1985-86 W 73-71 W *94-79 1986-87 W *82-54 W 64-62 1987-88 W 78-69 AIR FORCE ACADEMY (2-0) 1999-00 W 79-70 2000-01 W *78-59 AKRON (1-0) 1995-96 W 67-58 ALASKA-ANCHORAGE (1-0) 1989-90 W *66-64 ALBERTSON COLLEGE (1-0) 2001-02 W *89-77 ARIZONA (0-1) 1995-96 L 68-83 ARIZONA STATE (0-2) 1988-89 L 70-96 1996-97 L 66-70 (OT) ARKANSAS (0-2) 1990-91 L 51-104 1996-97 L 61-94 ARKANSAS TECH (0-1) 1987-88 L 50-62 AUBURN (0-1) 1989-90 L 40-93 AZUSA PACIFIC (0-1) 1981-82 L 63-85 BAYLOR (0-1) 1996-97 L 60-68 BOISE STATE (1-6) 1988-89 W 57-52 1989-90 L 60-86 1992-93 L 89-101 1993-94 L 72-81 1999-00 L 51-59 2008-09 L 60-74 2010-11 L 80-91 BRIGHAM YOUNG (3-23) 1975-76 L 61-73 1976-77 L *73-88 1977-78 L *70-80 L 59-86 L 58-81 L 56-93 1980-81 L 40-81 1981-82 L 42-110 L *68-96 1988-89 W 85-82 1990-91 L *79-105 1991-92 L *72-85 1992-93 L 74-89 1995-96 L 68-76

1996-97 W *79-65 1997-98 L 67-76 1998-99 L *80-87 1999-00 L 53-58 2000-01 L *57-64 2001-02 L 68-78 2002-03 L *49-75 2003-04 W 72-70 2004-05 L 56-76 2008-09 L 64-70 2009-10 L *39-72 2011-12 L 49-82 BUFFALO (0-2) 1997-98 L 55-79 L *73-77 CAL BAPTIST (2-1) 1980-81 W *65-61 1981-82 L 63-70 1987-88 W *81-76 CAL POLY-POMONA (3-3) 1985-86 L *41-88 1986-87 L 54-77 1988-89 W 90-86 1989-90 W *79-75 1990-91 W *79-78 1991-92 L 78-79 CAL POLY-SLO (4-0) 1994-95 W 76-57 W *77-65 1995-96 W *67-44 W 59-45 CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS (1-1) 1984-85 L *62-67 1986-87 W *72-60 CAL STATE FULLERTON (3-1) 1996-97 W 67-59 1997-98 W 78-72 2001-02 L 67-70 2002-03 W 83-77 CAL STATE LOS ANGELES (1-0) 1987-88 W *89-76 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE (18-3) 1984-85 W *72-66 1985-86 L 61-73 W *67-63 1987-88 W 78-67 1989-90 W *79-69 1990-91 L 54-67 L 75-76 (2OT) W *81-73 1991-92 W *60-56 W *71-63 W 66-63 1992-93 W *87-69 W 59-51 1993-94 W *85-52 1994-95 W 74-50 W *74-50 W *72-54 1995-96 W *71-39 W 80-50 W 73-57 1996-97 W 66-53 CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO (1-0) 1994-95 W 83-64 CAL STATE STANISLAUS (1-1) 1987-88 L 69-84 W *61-91 CANISIUS (1-0) 1997-98 W 69-40 CENTENARY (LA.) (12-4) 2003-04 W *75-59 L 62-75

2004-05 W 70-61 W *68-58 2005-06 L 67-76 W *73-61 2006-07 W *63-53 L 67-72 2007-08 W *67-49 L 52-58 2008-09 W 59-37 W *84-68 2009-10 W 67-53 W *74-64 2010-11 W 89-76 W *73-63 CHAPMAN (1-1) 1987-88 L *57-59 1991-92 W 94-82 (OT) CHICAGO STATE (12-8) 1997-98 W *90-56 W 76-62 1998-99 W 64-55 W *75-64 1999-00 W *92-52 W 65-45 2000-01 W *77-60 L 57-66 2001-02 W *57-52 L 58-63 L 71-73 (OT) 2002-03 L *50-55 L 72-77 2003-04 W *80-57 L 65-68 2004-05 W *64-53 L 53-56 2005-06 L 53-65 W *55-44 2006-07 W *51-42 CHICO STATE (2-0) 1985-86 W *69-55 1987-88 W 71-79 COLLEGE OF EASTERN UTAH (7-0) 1976-77 W *80-64 1977-78 W *94-42 W 92-39 1978-79 W 72-55 W *76-61 1979-80 W 103-64 W *92-52

CREIGHTON (0-2) 1989-90 L *89-96 L 74-84

GEORGIA (0-2) 1988-89 L *61-101 1989-90 L 46-112

DARTMOUTH (1-0) 2002-03 W *73-65

GEORGIA TECH (0-1) 1989-90 L 75-87

DELAWARE STATE (1-0) 2000-01 W 71-27 DENVER (4-1) 1975-76 W *70-40 1976-77 W 91-76 1979-80 L 68-81 1996-97 W 71-49 W *81-65 DIXIE STATE COLLEGE (7-5) 1975-76 L 58-83 L *54-57 1976-77 W *64-53 W 58-55 1978-79 W *76-47 W *91-64 L *63-71 1979-80 W *83-58 L 69-72 1980-81 W *86-66 L 64-87 W *78-63 EASTERN ARIZONA JC (0-1) 1980-81 L *58-73 EASTERN NEW MEXICO (0-1) 1977-78 L 76-81 EASTERN OREGON (1-0) 2005-06 W *76-55 EASTERN WASHINGTON (5-2) 1991-92 L 56-72 1993-94 L 44-69 1994-95 W *71-57 1995-96 W 75-74 (OT) 1996-97 W 60-54 2001-02 W 80-75 2003-04 W *70-58

COLORADO STATE (1-3) 1988-89 L 55-80 1991-92 L 68-84 1993-94 L 60-78 W *82-70

FORT LEWIS (16-11) 1975-76 L 59-73 1976-77 W *84-36 W 83-54 1977-78 W *66-37 W 75-39 1978-79 W *54-46 W 68-51 1979-80 W 65-52 W *66-64 1980-81 W *63-62 L 54-71 1981-82 W *72-68 L 55-73 1982-83 L *66-68 L 60-68 1983-84 L 57-87 L *83-86 1984-85 L 71-81 L *59-70 L 62-75 1985-86 W 62-48 L *62-65 1986-87 W *86-69 W 73-64 1987-88 W *74-53 W 73-64 (OT) W *84-70

COLO. WOMEN’S COLL. (1-0) 1975-76 W *109-24

FRESNO PACIFIC (0-1) 1984-85 L *FORFEIT

CONCORDIA (CALIF.) (1-0) 2007-08 W *66-55

FRESNO STATE (1-1) 1997-98 W 71-68 2001-02 L 66-76

COLORADO (0-2) 2007-08 L 38-81 2009-10 L 36-88 COLORADO COLLEGE (1-1) 1976-77 L 67-79 1977-78 W *71-65 COLORADO MINES (7-1) 1982-83 W *72-57 L 78-55 1983-84 W 79-59 W *56-55 1984-85 W 69-51 W *64-49 1985-86 W *73-54 W 86-53

GLENDALE CC (1-0) 1979-80 W 85-79 GONZAGA (1-1) 1988-89 W 66-57 2010-11 L 61-102 GRAND CANYON (3-1) 1992-93 W *84-68 W 67-56 1993-94 L 70-74 W *97-66 HAWAI’I (0-2) 1993-94 L 87-106 L 62-92 HOWARD (1-0) 1999-00 W 65-54 IDAHO (4-4) 1990-91 L 50-71 1993-94 W *71-40 L 56-79 1994-95 W *77-64 W 72-66 1995-96 W 73-54 2001-02 L 59-64 2002-03 L *64-66 IDAHO STATE (8-29) 1975-76 L 46-53 1976-77 W *78-73 (OT) L 83-85 1977-78 L 71-81 W *91-68 1978-79 L 67-74 L *79-81 1980-81 L 51-72 1981-82 L 66-108 1983-84 L 68-81 1986-87 L 69-76 W *69-68 1988-89 L 49-58 L 66-79 1989-90 L 62-79 1990-91 L *56-84 L 58-84 L 60-76 1991-92 L *54-78 L 60-80 1992-93 L *50-53 L 58-71 1993-94 W *64-50 W 75-66 1994-95 W *90-61 L 59-65 1995-96 L 70-78 1997-98 L 55-58 L *67-80 1998-99 L 54-64 2002-03 L 75-83 2003-04 L *65-98 2004-05 L 69-79 2005-06 W *80-75 2007-08 L 57-82 2008-09 W *75-61 2009-10 L 48-61 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (1-0) 1994-95 W 90-72 IPFW (2-8) 2007-08 L 70-81 L *64-71 (OT) 2008-09 L *67-69 L 56-64


2009-10 L 41-61 L *65-76 2010-11 W 69-66 L *68-90 2011-12 W *80-68 L 60-70 IUPUI (16-14) 1998-99 L 60-72 W *74-61 1999-00 W *72-64 L 51-56 2000-01 L *75-83 W 65-47 L 53-58 2001-02 W 77-65 W *69-60 2002-03 W *72-61 L 76-86 2003-04 W 73-65 (OT) W *79-55 2004-05 W *62-54 W 60-48 2005-06 L 65-74 W *58-55 2006-07 L 44-56 L *37-51 2007-08 W *61-56 L 46-71 L 34-62 2008-09 L 47-68 L *53-76 2009-10 W *57-52 L 55-59 2010-11 W *84-72 W 62-45 2011-12 L 49-56 W *58-48 KANSAS STATE (0-1) 2007-08 L 38-87 KENTUCKY (0-1) 1989-90 L 39-98 LONG BEACH STATE (0-2) 1990-91 L 45-107 1994-95 L 74-88 LOUISIANA TECH (0-1) 1996-97 L 55-85 LOYOLA CHICAGO (1-0) 1998-99 W 68-51 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT (3-3) 1985-86 W 64-58 1988-89 L 47-79 1990-91 W *82-73 1991-92 L 65-70 1992-93 L 60-68 (OT) 1993-94 W *81-55 MARIST (1-0) 1992-93 W 79-59 MARQUETTE (0-1) 2000-01 L 52-58 MARSHALL (1-0) 2001-02 W 77-74 MD.-BALTIMORE COUNTY (1-0) 1988-89 W 75-66 MASTER’S COLLEGE (1-0) 1997-98 W 70-33 MESA (ARIZ.) CC (0-3) 1979-80 L 55-75 1980-81 L 38-74 L *43-78 MESA STATE (15-10) 1976-77 W 63-41

W *97-69 1977-78 W 46-34 W *70-47 1978-79 W *71-58 W *92-53 1979-80 L 78-94 W *98-65 1980-81 L *53-62 L 75-78 1981-82 L 74-77 L *80-85 1982-83 L 57-67 L *70-78 1983-84 W *85-74 L 78-95 1984-85 W *75-64 L 61-70 1985-86 L *54-58 W 74-62 1986-87 W *79-60 W 79-58 1987-88 W *94-50 W 99-53 1995-96 W 91-52 METRO STATE (3-0) 1975-76 W *86-72 1979-80 W 58-55 1987-88 W *96-55 MISSISSIPPI (0-1) 1996-97 L 65-89 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE (1-0) 1996-97 W 79-55 MONTANA (0-6) 1989-90 L *54-71 1990-91 L 43-79 1991-92 L *54-84 1992-93 L 69-88 1993-94 L *60-61 1994-95 L 51-75 MONTANA STATE (2-10) 1988-89 L 52-76 1989-90 L 73-74 (OT) W *68-64 1990-91 L 48-99 1992-93 L 57-71 1993-94 W *85-64 1995-96 L 68-76 1996-97 L 69-92 2001-02 L 57-68 2002-03 L *70-80 2009-10 L 43-62 2010-11 L *62-76 MONTANA TECH (4-0) 1998-99 W *84-50 1999-00 W *73-52 2000-01 W *80-41 2003-04 W *76-52 NATIONAL COLLEGE (1-0) 1987-88 W *84-60 NEBRASKA (0-3) 1993-94 L 73-85 1996-97 L 51-82 2008-09 L 57-65 NEVADA (3-1) 1989-90 L 77-78 (OT) 1992-93 W *61-44 W 78-73 1994-95 W 79-54 NEW MEXICO (2-3) 1986-87 W 81-74 1991-92 L 66-76 1992-93 W *64-53 1995-96 L 46-59 1996-97 L 54-62

NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS (6-4) 1982-83 W 77-71 W *80-70 1983-84 L *64-72 L 62-73 L 57-78 1984-85 L *FORFEIT W 79-61 W 72-62 1985-86 W 85-67 W *89-63 NEW MEXICO STATE (1-3) 1986-87 L 56-81 1989-90 L 75-82 1995-96 W 59-58 2006-07 L 57-59 NEW ORLEANS (1-0) 1998-99 W *64-57 NORTH DAKOTA (0-1) 2011-12 L 61-62 NORTH DAKOTA STATE (2-8) 2007-08 L 50-63 L 62-87 2008-09 L *67-75 L 57-68 2009-10 W *59-58 L 44-73 2010-11 W *82-71 L 54-74 2011-12 L *68-80 L 56-74 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS (2-0) 1997-96 W *83-66 W 75-67 NORTHERN ARIZONA (10-14) 1981-82 L 52-78 1982-83 L *65-69 L 54-75 1983-84 W *67-63 L 63-67 1986-87 L 70-93 W *71-63 1987-88 L 52-73 1988-89 L 49-74 1991-92 W *82-68 L 57-70 1992-93 W *80-63 W 76-60 1993-94 W 71-58 W *71-61 1995-96 L 62-65 1997-98 W *77-75 1998-99 L 68-76 2001-02 L 46-84 2002-03 W *68-67 2004-05 L 51-67 2005-06 L *88-69 2006-07 L 44-63 2008-09 W 76-64 NORTHERN COLORADO (0-1) 1979-80 L 61-92 NORTHWESTERN STATE (0-1) 1999-00 L 72-80 OAKLAND (6-23) 1998-99 W *87-78 L 63-82 1999-00 L 70-80 L *80-89 2000-01 L 63-76 W *81-51 2001-02 L 45-62 L *70-75 2002-03 L *67-69 L 64-92 2003-04 L 61-73 W *74-66

2004-05 L 60-75 L *61-66 L 58-66 2005-06 L 82-63 W *73-58 2006-07 L 36-83 L *52-65 2007-08 L 56-78 L *43-61 2008-09 W *73-72 L 55-56 2009-10 L 45-78 L *52-68 2010-11 L 39-68 W *60-49 L 58-65 2011-12 L *60-64 L 45-59 OCCIDENTAL (1-0) 1984-85 W 82-41 OHIO (1-0) 2009-10 W *56-53 OHIO STATE (0-1) 2011-12 L 50-88 OKLAHOMA (1-0) 1996-97 W 64-63 OKLAHOMA STATE (1-3) 1990-91 L 57-96 1995-96 W 78-60 1996-97 L 44-97 2006-07 L 37-92 ORAL ROBERTS (11-21) 1995-96 W 66-51 1997-98 W *86-64 W 64-56 1998-99 L 56-82 W *60-42 1999-00 L *55-58 W 58-52 2000-01 L 54-57 W 72-65 2001-02 L 85-88 (2OT) W *86-79 2002-03 L *49-66 L 53-80 2003-04 L *65-75 L 66-67 2004-05 W 49-43 L *71-73 2005-06 L *71-92 L 56-71 2006-07 W *58-45 L 52-60 2007-08 W *52-49 L 42-71 2008-09 L 59-64 L *74-76 2009-10 L 62-109 L *70-94 L 81-97 2010-11 L 75-115 W *101-93 2011-12 L 59-109 L *47-54 OREGON (1-0) 1995-96 W 56-47 OREGON STATE (1-5) 1995-96 L *62-88 1996-97 L 65-79 2006-07 L 38-60 2007-08 L *46-66 2010-11 W *62-61 2011-12 L 40-90 PACIFIC (2-4) 2000-01 L 62-84 2001-02 L *60-69

2005-06 W 65-64 2006-07 L *60-62 2009-10 L 54-67 2010-11 W *79-78 PACIFIC CHRISTIAN (1-0) 1987-88 W 92-27 PENNSYLVANIA (1-0) 1994-95 W 75-56 PEPPERDINE (0-1) 1988-89 L 74-86 POMONA-PITZER (0-1) 1981-82 L 54-84 PORTLAND (1-3) 1994-95 L 56-74 1995-96 L *52-63 2006-07 L 52-64 2007-08 W *58-54 PORTLAND STATE (1-10) 1988-89 L *77-92 W *63-60 1989-90 L 88-96 L 71-80 L 58-91 1990-91 L 61-105 L 72-112 1991-92 L 63-85 L *68-81 2006-07 L 48-77 2007-08 L *71-72 REDLANDS (3-0) 1983-84 W 55-46 W *69-36 1987-88 W *93-48 REGIS (0-2) 1982-83 L *54-69 L 41-62 RICE (0-1) 1988-89 L 61-82 RICKS JUNIOR COLLEGE (3-3) 1977-78 L *68-69 1978-79 W *79-64 W 73-71 1979-80 W *86-83 L *64-65 1980-81 L 62-69 ROCKY MOUNTAIN (0-1) 1990-91 L 51-85 SACRAMENTO STATE (9-9) 1984-85 L 50-82 1987-88 L 68-75 1990-91 L 63-78 1991-92 L *55-69 L 62-86 1992-93 L *70-80 L 62-82 1993-94 L 71-81 W *98-63 1994-95 W *87-56 W 93-72 W *89-58 1995-96 W 74-71 W *84-71 W 87-54 2002-03 W 52-45 2003-04 W *73-53 2005-06 L 67-68 (OT) SAINT MARY’S (CALIF.) (2-4) 1984-85 W 58-57 1986-87 L 63-71 1992-93 L 57-69 2000-01 L 59-74


2004-05 L *65-68 2005-06 W 58-51

1985-86 W *77-48 W 75-67

SAN DIEGO (0-2) 2006-07 L *50-61 2007-08 L 45-63)

SOUTHERN METHODIST (0-1) 1989-90 L 103-106(2OT)

SAN DIEGO STATE (0-5) 1990-91 L 46-89 1994-95 L 51-77 2004-05 L 37-51 2006-07 L *52-55 2007-08 L 52-86 SAN FRANCISCO (0-4) 1986-87 L 96-79 1989-90 L 54-94 1992-93 L 60-70 1996-97 L 35-72 SAN JOSE STATE (1-4) 1989-90 L 68-73 1992-93 W 64-63 2000-01 L 60-75 2002-03 L *68-84 2011-12 L *68-70

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (1-1) 2000-01 L 64-68 2005-06 W 62-49 SOUTHERN VIRGINIA (1-0) 2006-07 W *67-59 TEMPLE (0-1) 1990-91 L 55-86 TENNESSEE STATE (0-1) 2003-04 W 83-40 TEXAS-ARLINGTON (0-1) 2004-05 L 55-62

SANTA CLARA (1-2) 1996-97 L 62-97 2010-11 W *80-67 2011-12 L 78-79

TEXAS-EL PASO (2-6) 1988-89 W 85-80 L 47-67 1989-90 W *73-63 L 53-77 1991-92 L *69-75 L 54-72 1992-93 L 63-67 L *65-77

SCOTTSDALE (ARIZ.) JC (1-0) 1980-81 W 69-59

TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO (1-0) 2003-04 W *82-73

SIMON FRASER (0-1) 1995-96 L 58-66

TEXAS A&I (1-1) 1986-87 W *79-58 L 61-78

SNOW JUNIOR COLLEGE (9-5) 1975-76 W *60-43 1976-77 W *69-52 W 71-52 1977-78 L 63-70 W *70-67 W *76-60 1978-79 W *71-60 W *79-73 W 72-69 1979-80 W *75-59 L 66-69 L *54-63 1980-81 L *60-65 L 64-80 SOUTH ALABAMA (0-1) 1989-90 L 71-99 SOUTH CAROLINA (0-1) 2003-04 L 79-81 SOUTH DAKOTA (0-2) 2011-12 L 69-81 L *40-68 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE (1-9) 2007-08 L 35-76 L 36-82 2008-09 L *50-87 L 42-87 2009-10 L *45-59 L 59-93 2010-11 W *73-72 L 61-81 2011-12 L *50-66 L 43-65 SOUTHERN COLORADO (8-2) 1975-76 W 50-35 1977-78 W *58-55 1982-83 W *76-68 L 57-66 1983-84 L 63-73 W *76-59 1984-85 W 72-61 W *61-52

TEXAS A&M (0-1) 1995-96 L 62-69 TULANE (0-1) 1994-95 L 67-75 UC DAVIS (0-2) 2005-06 L 46-73 2008-09 L *44-64 UC IRVINE (0-1) 1989-90 L 57-59 UCLA (0-1) 1988-89 L 51-79 UC RIVERSIDE (4-2) 1985-86 L 57-65 1990-91 W *80-77 1991-92 W 74-70 1993-94 W 72-56 2001-02 L 67-82 2002-03 W *65-57 UC SAN DIEGO (1-0) 1983-84 W 82-67 UC SANTA BARBARA (0-1) 1996-97 L *72-103 UMKC (14-18) 1997-98 L 68-71 W *68-66 W 77-59 1998-99 L *67-73 W 74-60 1999-00 W 62-48 W *67-51 2000-01 W 59-55 W *75-50 2001-02 L 54-69 W *67-58 2002-03 L *54-61 L 50-70 2003-04 W *79-68 W 54-53

L 65-71 2004-05 L 57-77 W *77-66 2005-06 L *53-63 L 54-69 2006-07 L 48-64 W *57-48 2007-08 L 48-80 W *51-49 2008-09 W *68-52 L 57-60 2009-10 L 58-71 L *64-74 2010-11 L 66-73 L *68-71 2011-12 L 61-81 L *46-64

W 68-56 2001-02 L *59-77 L 48-57 2002-03 L 53-89 W *68-62 2003-04 L 63-73 W *66-52 2004-05 L *51-53 L 38-58 2005-06 L 58-77 L *54-69 2006-07 W *56-49 L 47-65 L 45-60

UNLV (3-10) 1975-76 L 36-116 1986-87 L 50-83 1988-89 L *57-84 1991-92 L *61-77 1992-93 L 62-84 1993-94 L *74-82 1996-97 W 71-64 1998-99 W *80-57 1999-00 L 68-82 2006-07 W *56-52 2008-09 L 58-71 2009-10 L *43-61 2010-11 L 42-76

WASHINGTON (0-1) 1989-90 L *71-76

U.S. INTERNATIONAL (0-3) 1987-88 L 99-73 1988-89 L 63-74 L 74-88 UTAH (3-11) 1976-77 W 68-61 W *69-61 1985-86 L 57-77 1988-89 L 58-78 1989-90 L 70-92 L *51-72 1990-91 L 44-90 1991-92 L *54-69 L 50-79 1993-94 W 55-49 1994-95 L *54-67 1995-96 L 46-70 2005-06 L 47-79 2011-12 L 60-74

VIRGINIA TECH (0-1) 1999-00 L 55-63

WASHINGTON STATE (0-2) 1990-91 L *58-75 1996-97 L 79-109 WEBER STATE (11-11) 1975-76 W 48-35 1981-82 L 39-96 1984-85 L 78-79 1985-86 L 65-99 1986-87 W *84-68 1987-88 L 64-70 1988-89 L *57-75 1989-90 L 77-87 1990-91 L *61-84 1991-92 L 55-80 1992-93 W *78-63 1993-94 W 69-60 W 67-62 1994-95 L 69-70 1995-96 W *63-48 1996-97 L 51-67 1997-98 W *73-70 1998-99 W 68-67 1999-00 W *65-55 2000-01 W 56-47 2009-10 L 41-78 2010-11 W *66-53

WESTERN ILLINOIS (11-22) 1997-98 L 75-86 W *80-71 1998-99 L 51-64 W *65-58 UTAH STATE (3-5) W 78-65 1977-78 W *66-42 1999-00 W *68-60 1986-87 W 77-63 L 43-45 2003-04 W 79-60 2000-01 W *75-66 2004-05 L *68-89 L 63-67 2007-08 L 34-58 2001-02 W *69-54 2008-09 L 37-52 L 50-62 2009-10 L *44-53 2002-03 L 35-82 2010-11 L 56-63 L *59-63 UTAH VALLEY (8-4) L 55-65 2004-05 W 78-69 2003-04 L 58-75 W *72-70 W *79-67 W *80-74 2004-05 L *49-67 2006-07 L 63-74 L 31-76 2007-08 L *55-75 2005-06 L *47-57 2008-09 L 50-72 L 55-80 2009-10 L 54-68 L 37-50 W *94-92 (3OT) 2006-07 W *50-46 2010-11 W 73-63 L 34-46 W *69-50 2007-08 L *39-58 2011-12 W *80-65 L 51-64 W 60-59 2008-09 L 48-59 W *51-48 VALPARAISO (6-15) 2009-10 W *70-61 (2OT) 1997-98 L *82-86 L 45-50 L 62-81 2010-11 L *62-77 1998-99 L 56-71 W 65-53 W *69-68 2011-12 L 70-82 1999-00 L *65-74 L *70-76 L 63-75 2000-01 W *78-73

WESTERN NEW MEXICO (6-2) 1982-83 W 77-60 W *72-52 1983-84 W *75-65 1984-85 L *FORFEIT W 63-54 1985-86 L 64-81 W *78-58 1986-87 W *99-70 WESTERN OREGON (1-0) 2008-09 W *85-52 WESTERN STATE (28-7) 1975-76 W *91-64 1976-77 W *100-42 W 91-57 1978-79 L 61-68 W *88-84 1979-80 L 64-78 W *68-66 1980-81 L *65-84 W 80-79 1981-82 L 74-94 L *78-83 1982-83 W *72-59 W 59-56 1983-84 W *66-46 W 83-71 1984-85 W *82-60 W 62-57 1985-86 W *68-44 W 64-57 L 64-68 1986-87 W *76-71 W 71-63 L 68-72 1987-88 W *81-61 W 67-56 W *83-54 W *90-59 1997-98 W *96-53 1998-99 W *83-37 1999-00 W *64-52 2000-01 W *94-37 2002-03 W *66-53 2004-05 W *75-58 2005-06 W *64-58 2006-07 W *62-54 WESTMINSTER COLLEGE (6-0) 2001-02 W *66-57 2002-03 W *70-58 2003-04 W *89-61 2004-05 W *65-37 2008-09 W *85-67 2011-12 W *59-57 WICHITA STATE (0-1) 1998-99 L 55-75 WYOMING (3-4) 1988-89 L 51-79 1991-92 L 60-87 1992-93 L *57-63 1993-94 W 64-61 1994-95 L 69-71 W *97-64 2003-04 W 70-69 (OT) XAVIER (0-1) 1996-97 L 60-85 YOUNGSTOWN STATE (3-8) 1997-98 L 84-94 L 71-81 L 73-83 1998-99 W *87-78 L 62-87 L 63-80 1999-00 L 54-67 (OT) L *80-81 L 78-84 (OT) 2000-01 W 69-63 W *76-65 *DENOTES HOME GAME


SINGLE GAME

1. 45 2. 44 3. 39 4. 36 5. 35 6. 33 33 33 33 33

POINTS Cheryl Eyraud vs. Mesa St. (1977) Cheryl Eyraud vs. Colo. Women’s (1976) Myndee Larsen vs. Chicago St. (1998) Susan Pedersen vs. Mesa St. (1979) Myndee Larsen vs. Youngstown St. (1998) Myndee Larsen vs. Western Illinois (1998) Myndee Larsen vs. UMKC (1998) Myndee Larsen vs. Oklahoma St. (1996) Cheryl Eyraud vs. Denver (1977) Chris Tea vs. Mesa St. (1980)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 7+ made) 1. 100 Myndee Larsen (14-14) vs. Youngstown St. (1998) 100 Renee Ramsey (10-10) vs. N.M. Highlands (1986) 100 Myndee Larsen (9-9) vs. Idaho St. (1995) 100 Myndee Larsen (8-8) vs. Western Illinois (1998) 5. 93.7 Myndee Larsen (15-16) vs. Western Illinois (1998) 6. 92.9 Cherri Frandsen (13-14) vs. Sacramento St. (1996) 7. 90.9 Anne Westwood (10-11) vs. Portland (2007) 90.9 Myndee Larsen (10-11) vs. Youngstown St. (1998) 8. 88.9 Megan Woolston (8-9) at IUPUI (2001) 9. 87.5 Shauntel Garrett (7-8) vs. Valparaiso (2003) 10. 85.7 Myndee Larsen (12-14) vs. Northern Arizona (1997) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 9+ Made) 1. 100 Janis Beal (12-12) at Utah Valley St. (2004) 100 Cheryl Lamb (10-10) vs. Brigham Young (1982) 100 Sunny Myers (10-10) vs. IUPUI (1999) 100 Megan Woolston (10-10) vs. Chicago St. (2002) 100 Cherri Frandsen (9-9) vs. UC Santa Barbara (1994) 100 Cherri Frandsen (9-9) vs. Boise St. (1994) 100 Sherri Davies (9-9) vs. Weber St. (1994) 8. 91.7 Megan Woolston (11-12) at Air Force (2000) 91.7 Megan Woolston (11-12) at Chicago St. (2001) 10. 90.9 Sally Johnson (10-11) at UMKC (2000) 90.9 Sue Shurtliff (10-11) at Montana St. (1993) 1. 100 2. 85.7 3. 83.3 83.3 5. 80.0

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (min. 5+ Att.) Megan Woolston (6-6) at IUPUI (2001) Casey Cooke (6-7) vs. Chicago St. (2003) Candice Lords (5-6) vs. Cal Poly-Pomona (1991) Cassie Hahl (5-6) at Centenary (2006) Ten Players

1. 24 2. 22 3. 20 20 20 20 20 8. 19 19 19 19 19 19

REBOUNDS Chris Tea vs. Mesa St. (1980) Sheri Davies vs. Cal State Chico (1987) Caroline Heaton vs. IUPUI (2002) Melissa Hines vs. Western Illinois (1999) Stacey French vs. Texas-El Paso (1989) Stacey French vs. Texas-El Paso (1988) Cherry Roper vs. Cal State Northridge (1985) Challis Pascucci vs South Dakota State (2010) Caroline Heaton vs. Eastern Washington (2001) Melissa Hines vs. Chicago St. (1999) Myndee Larsen vs. Cal Poly-SLO (1995) Renee Ramsey vs. W. New Mexico (1985) Chris Tea vs. Western St. (1980)

1. 14 2. 13 3. 12 12 12 6. 11

ASSISTS (min. 10) Sally Johnson vs. Chicago St. (2000) Kim Free vs. Fort Lewis (1988) Linsey Mortensen vs. Idaho St. (1995) Kim Free vs. seven opponents Annette Turley vs. Western St. (1985) Casey Cooke vs. Texas-San Antonio (2003)

1. 10 10 3. 9 4. 8 8 8

STEALS (min. 8) Gwen Thomas vs. Colo. Mines (1983) Kim Free vs. Cal St. Dominguez Hills (1986) Kim Free vs. Adams St. (1986) Luann Weston vs. Sacramento St. (1988) Stacey French vs. UC Irvine (1989) Angie Alvey vs. Cal State Northridge (1991)

1. 7 7 3. 6 6 5. 5 5 5 5 5 5

BLOCKS (min. 5) Myndee Larsen vs. Oral Roberts (1998) Myndee Larsen vs. Oklahoma St. (1996) Myndee Larsen vs. four opponents Challis Pascucci vs. Utah Valley State (2007) Myndee Larsen vs. six opponents Janel Cassat vs. Nevada (1994) Sarah Mortensen vs. Valparaiso (2001) Lacey Yates vs. Oakland (2004) Jamie Sagers at Utah Valley (2009) Challis Pascucci at UMKC (2010)

SINGLE SEASON

1. 618 2. 567 3. 553 4. 516 5. 459 5. 431 5. 426 6. 424 7. 421 8. 411 9. 401 401

POINTS Myndee Larsen Sheri Davies Cherri Shurtliff Challis Pascucci Caitlyn Sears Cheryl Eyraud Cherri Frandsen Lexa Larsen Cherri Frandsen Sheri Davies Casey Cooke Stacey French

CAREER

1997-98 (28 games) 1987-88 (26 games) 1993-94 (27 games) 2010-11 (30 games) 2010-11 (30 games) 1976-77 (16 games) 1995-96 (28 games) 1989-90 (30 games) 1995-96 (28 games) 1986-97 (25 games) 2002-03 (27 games) 1989-90 (30 games)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 150+ Att.) 1. 72.4 Myndee Larsen (249-344) 1997-98 2. 62.0 Myndee Larsen (168-271) 1995-96 3. 61.6 Myndee Larsen (167-271) 1994-95 4. 57.7 Cherri Frandsen (205-355) 1993-94 5. 54.4 Challis Pascucci (179-329) 2007-11 5. 54.0 Cherri Frandsen (149-276) 1995-96 6. 53.0 Myndee Larsen (123-232) 1993-94 7. 52.4 Chris Tea (142-271) 1977-80 8. 52.1 Anne Westwood Higbee (134-257) 2008-09 9. 51.6 Cherri Frandsen (143-277) 1994-95 10. 51.1 Mandi Shaheen (89-174) 1997-98 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50+ Att.) 1. 88.2 Kim Vadala (45-51) 1990-91 2. 85.3 Megan Woolston (93-109) 2000-01 3. 84.8 Megan Woolston (95-112) 1998-99 4. 84.4 Challis Pascucci (157-186) 2010-11 5. 84.3 DJ Norman (43-51) 2011-2012 6. 82.8 Myndee Larsen (120-145) 1997-98 7. 82.4 Sally Johnson (56-68) 2001-02 8. 82.3 Megan Woolston (107-130) 2001-02 9. 82.1 Sunny Myers (110-134) 1997-98 10. 82.0 Sunny Myers (123-150) 1998-99 1. 50.0 2. 47.8 3. 45.4 4. 44.1 5. 43.8 6. 43.6 7. 43.4 8. 42.9 9. 41.2 41.2 1. 291 2. 286 3. 268 4. 267 5. 259 6. 257 257 8. 246 9. 242 10. 242 1. 176 2. 164 3. 149 4. 146 5. 145 6. 141 7. 138 8. 133 133 10. 126

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (min. 25+ Att.) Jaycee Webster (14-28) 1997-98 Heather Hillock (33-69) 2006-07 Megan Woolston (44-97) 2000-01 Luann Weston (14-34) 1986-87 Heather Hillock (14-32) 2005-06 Mandi Shaheen (17-39) 1997-98 Casey Cooke (56-129) 2002-03 Erin Hamlin (39-91) 2000-01 Caroline Heaton (35-85) 2000-02 Caitlyn Sears (26-63) 2010-11 REBOUNDS Challis Pascucci Chris Tea Challis Pascucci Myndee Larsen Melissa Hinesm Caroline Heaton Myndee Larsen Sarah Mortensen Sheri Davies Bev Rambicure ASSISTS

Kim Free Kim Free Kaila Goff Annette Turley Sally Johnson Casey Cooke Linsey Mortensen Angie Alvey Paula Sawyer Kim Free

STEALS

1. 93 2. 84 3. 78 4. 74 5. 70 6. 68 7. 67 8. 65 9. 62 10. 61

Casey Cooke Gwen Thomas Luann Weston Kim Free Casey Cooke Gwen Thomas Kim Free Sheri Davies Luann Weston Kim Free

1. 90 2. 60 3. 59 4. 49 5. 46 6. 45 45 8. 42 42

BLOCKS (min. 40) Myndee Larsen Myndee Larsen Myndee Larsen Sarah Mortensen Challis Pascucci Kim Langford Renee Ramsey Myndee Larsen Brenda Acor

2009-10 1979-80 2010-11 1997-98 1998-99 2001-02 1994-95 1999-00 1986-87 1976-77 1987-88 1988-89 2010-11 1984-85 2000-01 2003-04 1995-96 1992-93 1989-90 1985-86 2003-04 1982-83 1987-88 1988-89 2002-03 1983-84 1987-88 1987-88 1988-89 1985-86 1997-98 1994-95 1995-96 2000-01 2009-10 1989-90 1985-86 1993-94 1987-88

POINTS 1. 1,762 Cherri Frandsen 2. 1,671 Myndee Larsen 3. 1,338 Megan Woolston 4. 1,328 Challis Pascucci 5. 1,216 Caitlyn Sears 6. 1,146 Susan Pedersen 7. 1,118 Anne Westwood Higbee 8. 1,047 Denise Muir 9. 1,031 Darla Hunt 10. 978 Sheri Davies

1992-96 1993-98 1998-2002 2007-11 2007-11 1976-80 2005-09 1984-87 1984-87 1986-88

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. two seasons) 1. 63.2 Myndee Larsen (707-1118) 1993-98 2. 53.6 Cherri Frandsen (631-1177) 1992-96 3. 53.3 Chris Tea (343-644) 1977-80 4. 49.5 Anne Westwood Higbee (405-819) 2005-09 5. 48.1 Sheri Davies (385-500) 1986-88 6. 46.3 Challis Pascucci (472-1019) 2007-11 7. 44.4 Stacey French (284-639) 1988-90 8. 43.9 Sarah Hutton (318-723) 2001-05 9. 43.7 Denise Muir (457-1046) 1984-87 10. 43.5 Mandi Shaheen (241-554) 1996-98 1. 82.0 2. 82.0 3. 81.7 4. 78.5 78.5 6. 77.7 7. 74.8 74.8 9. 74.1 10. 74.0

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Megan Woolston (380-463) Sunny Myers (233-284) Janis Beal (112-137) Myndee Larsen (257-327) Challis Pascucci (383-488) Sally Johnson (213-274) Susan Pedersen (166-222) Challis Pascucci (226-322) Sarah Hutton (184-248) Luann Weston (111-150)

1998-2002 1997-99 2003-05 1993-98 2007-11 1998-2002 1976-80 2007-2011 2001-05 1986-89

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (min. 2 seasons) 1. 39.4 Casey Cooke (109-276) 2002-04 2. 39.2 Teresa Smith (42-107) 1994-95 3. 39.1 Megan Woolston (146-373) 1998-2002 4. 37.2 Caroline Heaton (44-118) 2000-02 5. 37.2 Luann Weston (35-94) 1987-89 6. 37.1 Becca Elison (26-70) 1996-97 7. 37.0 Janis Beal (93-251) 2003-05 8. 35.2 Tami Newton (50-142) 1994-96 9. 34.7 Krista Smith (17-49) 1995-97 10. 34.2 Cassie Hahl (96-280) 2004-06 1. 929 2. 913 3. 774 4. 765 5. 718 6. 683 7. 580 8. 572 9. 538 10. 518

REBOUNDS Challis Pascucci Myndee Larsen Cherri Frandsen Anne Westwood Higbee Sarah Mortensen Chris Tea Sarah Hutton Melissa Hines Megan Woolston Mandi Shaheen

2007-11 1993-98 1992-96 2005-09 1997-2001 1977-80 2001-05 1996-2000 1998-2002 1994-98

1. 574 2. 438 3. 423 4. 283 5. 274 6. 259 7. 220 8. 220 9. 219 10. 208 208

ASSISTS Kim Free Sally Johnson Kaila Goff Angie Alvey Kaila Goff Mandi Shaheen Casey Cooke Shanna Draper Luann Weston Megan Woolston Denise Muir

1985-89 1998-2002 2007-11 1989-93 2007-2011 1994-98 2002-04 1987-91 1985-89 1998-2002 1983-87

1. 244 2. 185 3. 163 4. 162 5. 157 6. 152 7. 149 8. 127 9. 126 10. 124

STEALS Kim Free Luann Weston Casey Cooke Sally Johnson Cherri Frandsen Gwen Thomas Angie Alvey Kaila Goff Caitlyn Sears Mandi Shaheen

1986-89 1986-89 2002-04 1998-2002 1992-96 1983-84 1989-93 2007-11 2007-11 1994-98

1. 251 2. 141 3. 125 4. 118 5. 74 6. 68 7. 58 8. 57 57 10. 55

BLOCKS Myndee Larsen Challis Pascucci Sarah Mortensen Cherri Frandsen Kim Langford Melissa Hines Jamie Sagers Lacey Yates Brenda Acor Rebecca Wilkins

1993-98 2007-11 1997-2001 1992-96 1988-90 1996-2000 2007-10 2003-04 1987-89 1983-87

1. 119 1. 116 3. 115 4. 110 110 110 7. 108 108 9. 106 106

GAMES PLAYED Challis Pascucci Anne Westwood Higbee Caitlyn Sears Sally Johnson Megan Woolston Sarah Hutton Cherri Frandsen Melissa Hines Myndee Larsen Becky Schofield

2007-11 2005-09 2007-11 1998-2002 1998-2002 2001-05 1992-96 1996-2000 1993-98 1990-94


SINGLE GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4.

109 103 101 100 99 99

POINTS vs. Colorado Women’s vs. Southern Methodist vs Oral Roberts vs. Western State vs. Mesa State vs. Western New Mexico

50 44 43 42 42 42

FIELD GOALS MADE vs. Colorado Women’s vs. College of Eastern Utah vs. Pacific Christian at Mesa State vs. Redlands vs. Western State

02/28/76 02/25/90 2/12/11 02/11/77 01/26/88 --02/28/76 02/04/78 01/13/88 01/26/88 12/04/87 02/11/77

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED (does not include games prior to 1978-79) vs. Brigham Young 02/13/82 vs. Eastern Utah 02/21/80 at Adams State 02/17/79 vs. Adams State 02/28/79 vs. Eastern Utah 01/06/78

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

98 97 96 94 91

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FIELD GOALS PERCENTAGE (does not include games prior to 1978-79) .636 (28-44) at Chicago State 02/21/98 .633 (38-60) vs. Sacramento State 03/02/96 .619 (39-63) vs. Idaho State 12/17/94 .592 (32-54) vs. N.M. Highlands 01/26/85 .571 (28-49) vs. Western Illinois 02/14/98

1. 2. 3. 1. 4. 5.

15 13 12 12 12

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE vs. Marshall vs. Chicago State at Oral Roberts vs. Chicago State vs. Oakland

34 34 34 33 30 30

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED vs. Marshall at UC Riverside vs. Chicago State at Oral Roberts vs. Albertson College vs. Eastern Oregon

11/22/01 01/22/00 01/28/02 01/08/01 02/10/00 11/22/01 12/17/01 01/19/02 01/28/02 12/20/01 12/16/05

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 attempts) 1. .727 (8-11) at Cal Poly 12/06/91 .727 (8-11) vs Northern Arizona 12/17/09 2. .700 (7-10) vs. Denver 02/01/97 3. .688 (11-16) vs. Air Force 11/21/00 4. .667 (10-15) vs. Western Illinois 02/17/03 .667 (8-12) vs. Wyoming 01/02/95

1. 2. 5.

1. 2. 4.

34 32 32 32 31 31 31

FREE THROWS MADE (does not include games prior to 1978-79) vs. Brigham Young 11/24/98 vs Oral Roberts 2/12/11 vs. UNLV 12/21/98 at Hawai’i 12/17/93 at Idaho State 02/16/94 vs. Grand Canyon 01/15/93 vs. Cal State Los Angeles 12/30/87

47 44 44 42 41 41

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED (does not include games prior to 1978-79) vs. Cal State Los Angeles 12/30/87 vs. Youngstown State 03/04/00 vs. Brigham Young 11/24/98 vs Oral Roberts 2/12/11 vs. Grand Canyon 01/15/93 vs. Mesa State 02/19/82

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (does not include games prior to 1978-79) 1. 100.0 (12-12) at Montana State 12/09/89 100.0 (6-6) at Oakland 01/22/05 100.0 (9-9) at Western Illinois 02/18/06 100.0 (5-5) at IUPUI 02/04/08 5. 95.0 (19-20) vs Oakland 2/26/11 4. 94.4 (17-18) vs. Idaho State 12/15/90 5. 94.1 (16-17) vs. Eastern Washington 12/19/03 6. 93.8 (15-16) at Weber State 12/28/00 REBOUNDS (does not include games prior to 1978-79)

1. 2. 5.

70 66 66 66 64 64

1. 2. 3. 5.

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS (through 1987-88 when separate stat was kept) 31 vs. Mesa State 01/12/88 30 vs. Maryland-Baltimore County 02/18/89 28 at Youngstown State 02/09/99 28 vs. Northern Arizona 01/18/92 27 at Sacramento State 01/04/03 27 at Brigham Young 11/25/97 27 vs. Oral Roberts 03/06/10

1. 2. 4. 5.

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS (through 1987-88 when separate stat was kept) 46 vs. Sacramento State 03/11/95 43 at UMKC 01/21/99 43 vs. Idaho 01/03/94 41 vs. Youngstown State 03/04/00 40 at Chicago State 01/16/99 40 at Northeastern Illinois 02/19/88 40 vs. Grand Canyon 01/05/94 40 vs. Montana State 12/11/93

1. 3. 4. 5.

33 33 31 30 29 29 29

ASSISTS (does not include games prior to 1978-79) vs. Pacific Christian 01/13/88 vs. Metro State 01/23/88 vs. Redlands 12/04/87 vs. Fort Lewis 03/05/88 vs. Mesa State 01/12/88 vs. Fort Lewis 02/02/87 vs. New Mexico Highlands 02/22/86

31 26 22 22 22

STEALS (through 1981-82 when statistic was kept) vs. Montana Tech 12/13/03 vs. Pacific Christian 01/13/88 vs. Westminster 12/20/03 at Fort Lewis 02/23/88 vs. Western State 02/26/88

1. 2. 3.

1. 3. 4.

1. 3. 4.

vs. Dixie College vs. Western New Mexico vs. Western State at Eastern Arizona at UMKC vs. Mesa State

12/05/78 12/05/86 01/06/86 12/19/81 01/21/99 01/12/88

1. 18 18 3. 17 17 5. 16

VICTORIES 2003-04 1987-88 1995-96 1994-95 Seven times, last in 2010-11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2,065 2,039 2,031 2,021 2,002 1,943

POINTS 1997-98 2010-11 1987-88 1989-90 2003-04 1993-94

28 games 30 games 26 games 30 games 28 games 27 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

78.1 74.3 73.8 72.5 71.9

SCORING AVERAGE 1987-88 1994-95 1997-98 1986-87 1993-94

26 games 26 games 28 games 25 games 27 games

1. 2. 4. 5.

821 762 762 742 737

FIELD GOALS MADE 1987-88 1989-90 2003-04 2010-11 1997-98

26 games 30 games 28 games 30 games 28 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,904 1,811 1,798 1,761 1,700

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1989-90 2010-11 1987-88 2003-04 1986-87

30 games 30 games 26 games 28 games 25 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 46.9 (722-1539) 1994-95 46.5 (737-1584) 1997-98 45.7 (821-1798) 1987-88 44.6 (724-1623) 1995-96 43.7 (706-1615) 1993-94

26 games 28 games 26 games 28 games 27 games

12 12 11 10

BLOCKS (through 1982-83 when statistic was kept) vs. Redlands 12/04/87 vs. Northern Arizona 02/07/87 at Cal State Northridge 01/25/95 8 games, latest vs Ohio 12/01/10

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

193 189 172 168 163

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 2000-01 2001-02 2004-05 2003-04 2005-06

28 games 27 games 28 games 28 games 28 games

37 37 35 33 33 33

MOST FOULS (does not include games prior to 1978-79) vs. Southern Methodist 02/25/90 at Colorado State 01/20/89 at Northern Arizona 01/31/87 vs. Youngstown State 03/04/00 at Weber State 12/29/89 vs. Snow College 01/09/82

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

587 574 521 484 468

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 2001-02 2004-05 2000-01 2005-06 2003-04

27 games 28 games 28 games 28 games 28 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 42.1 (32-76) 1986-87 38.3 (82-214) 1994-95 37.0 (193-521) 2000-01 35.9 (168-468) 2003-04 35.0 (144-411) 1999-00

25 games 26 games 28 games 28 games 27 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

527 490 455 453 452

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

733 678 661 641 622

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1998-99 1989-90 1993-94 1992-93 2011-12

28 games 30 games 27 games 27 games 29 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 75.2 (340-452) 2001-02 74.6 (432-579) 1997-98 74.1 (490-661) 1993-94 73.0 (452-619) 2010-11 72.8 (453-622) 2011-12

27 games 28 games 27 games 30 games 29 games

1. 5 2. 6 6 4. 7 5. 8 8 8 8. 9

FEWEST FOULS (does not include games prior to 1978-79) vs. Montana Tech 12/03/03 vs. Pacific Christian 01/13/87 vs. Brigham Young 11/24/09 vs. Oakland 02/07/04 vs. UMKC 02/12/98 at IUPUI 02/04/08 vs. Oakland 03/03/08 Seven games, latest at UMKC 1/06/07

1. 2. 3. 5.

46 45 44 44 43

MOST TURNOVERS (does not include games prior to 1978-79) at Brigham Young 01/27/81 vs. Dixie College 12/10/79 at Long Beach State 12/07/90 vs. Cal Baptist 12/31/80 at Georgia 01/15/90

3 3 6 7 8

FEWEST TURNOVERS (does not include games prior to 1978-79) at New Mexico Highlands 01/26/85 at New Mexico Highlands 01/28/84 at UC San Diego 12/17/83 at Western State 02/06/84 Four games, latest vs Oakland 2/26/11

1. 3. 4. 5.

SINGLE SEASON

FREE THROWS MADE 1998-99 1993-94 1992-93 2011-12 2010-11

18-10 18-8 17-11 17-9 16-14

28 games 27 games 27 games 29 games 30 games


1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1,288 1,266 1,253 1,242 1,214

REBOUNDS 1989-90 1998-99 1984-85 1993-94 2010-11

30 games 28 games 25 games 27 games 30 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

58.9 54.1 52.0 50.4 48.1

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1978-79 1975-76 1979-80 1980-81 1982-83

20 games 14 games 23 games 21 games 20 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

542 500 488 475 470

ASSISTS 1987-88 2003-04 1995-96 1997-98 1988-89

26 games 28 games 28 games 28 games 26 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

143 127 125 123 119

BLOCKS (does not include games prior to 1982-83) 1994-95 26 games 1987-88 26 games 1997-98 28 games 1993-94 27 games 1995-96 28 games

1. 3. 4. 5.

341 341 320 290 272

STEALS (does not include games prior to 1982-83 2003-04 28 games 1987-88 26 games 1989-90 30 games 1988-89 26 games 2004-05 28 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

744 599 594 576 561

MOST FOULS 1989-90 1993-94 2011-12 2010-11 1988-89

30 games 27 games 29 games 30 games 26 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

305 356 412 416 419

FEWEST FOULS 1975-76 1981-82 1984-85 1982-83 1978-79

14 games 16 games 25 games 20 games 20 games

1. 2. 4. 5.

46 28 28 26 20

DISQUALIFICATIONS 1989-90 1988-89 1992-93 1980-81 1999-00

30 games 26 games 27 games 21 games 27 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

805 707 648 645 640

MOST TURNOVERS (does not include games prior to 1980-81 1989-90 30 games 1990-91 25 games 1997-98 28 games 2009-10 30 games 2011-12 29 games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

347 356 374 388 450

FEWEST TURNOVERS (does not include games prior to 1980-81 1982-83 20 games 1981-82 16 games 1983-84 23 games 1984-85 25 games 2003-04 28 games

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

SCORING Cheryl Eyraud Cheryl Eyraud Susan Pederson Susan Pederson Chris Tea Rose Jacklin Paula Burgoyne Gwen Thomas Gwen Thomas Darla Hunt Denise Muir Sheri Davies Sheri Davies Stacey French Lexa Larsen Angie Tanner Candice Lords Cherri Shurtliff Cherri Shurtliff Cherri Frandsen Cherri Frandsen Mandi Shaheen Myndee Larsen Sunny Myers Megan Lofthouse Megan Woolston Caroline Heaton Casey Cooke Casey Cooke Janis Beal Cassie Hahl Anne Westwood Anne Westwood Anne Westwood Higbee Challis Pascucci Challis Pascucci Hailey Mandelko

332 431 287 370 360 240 280 315 347 374 371 411 567 274 424 221 346 362 553 421 426 266 618 381 379 365 354 401 385 349 363 272 314 362 362 516 249

23.7 ppg 19.6 ppg 14.3 ppg 18.5 ppg 15.7 ppg 11.4 ppg 17.5 ppg 15.8 ppg 15.1 ppg 15.0 ppg 16.1 ppg 16.4 ppg 21.8 ppg 10.5 ppg 14.6 ppg 8.8 ppg 15.0 ppg 13.4 ppg 20.5 ppg 16.2 ppg 15.2 ppg 10.6 ppg 22.1 ppg 13.6 ppg 14.0 ppg 13.0 ppg 13.1 ppg 14.9 ppg 13.8 ppg 12.5 ppg 13.0 ppg 9.4 ppg 10.5 ppg 12.5 ppg 12.1 ppg 17.2 ppg 13.1 ppg

1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

REBOUNDING Lecia Ottley Bev Rambicure Chris Tea Chris Tea Chris Tea Rose Jacklin Paula Burgoyne Lisa Stolk Lisa Stolk Lisa Ballantyne Rene Ramsey Sheri Davies Sheri Davies Stacey French Stacey French Ellen Doane Becky Schofield Cherri Shurtliff Cherri Shurtliff Myndee Larsen Cherri Frandsen Mandi Shaheen Myndee Larsen Melissa Hines Sarah Pratt Sarah Mortensen Caroline Heaton Lacey Yates Lacey Yates Kristin Pierce Julie Stradling Anne Westwood Anne Westwood Anne Westwood Higbee Challis Pascucci Challlis Pascucci Carli Moreland

105 242 188 209 286 185 173 171 190 180 211 242 225 163 159 132 168 178 205 257 221 180 267 259 239 198 257 191 186 167 193 191 242 222 291 268 241

7.5 rpg 11.0 rpg 9.4 rpg 10.5 rpg 12.4 rpg 9.3 rpg 10.8 rpg 8.6 rpg 8.3 rpg 7.2 rpg 8.8 rpg 9.7 rpg 8.7 rpg 6.3 rpg 5.3 rpg 5.3 rpg 6.2 rpg 6.6 rpg 7.6 rpg 9.9 rpg 7.9 rpg 7.2 rpg 9.5 rpg 9.3 rpg 8.9 rpg 7.1 rpg 9.5 rpg 7.1 rpg 6.6 rpg 6.0 rpg 6.9 rpg 6.6 rpg 8.1 rpg 7.7 rpg 9.7 rpg 8.9 rpg 8.3 rpg

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 4 FGM/GAME) 1975-76 Laura Bailey 67-142 .472 1976-77 Dent Hendrix 103-220 .468 1977-78 Chris Tea 96-142 .676 1978-79 Susan Pederson 161-329 .489 1979-80 Chris Tea 142-271 .524 1980-81 Rose Jacklin 85-243 .350 1981-82 Lisa Stolk 99-260 .381 1982-83 Lisa Stolk 102-239 .427 1983-84 Gwen Thomas 151-335 .451 1984-85 Darla Hunt 169-376 .449 1985-86 Rene Ramsey 121-256 .473 1986-87 Sheri Davies 155-321 .463 1987-88 Luann Weston 167-337 .496 1988-89 Stacey French 116-245 .393 1989-90 Stacey French 168-344 .488 1990-91 Ellen Doane 83-209 .397* 1991-92 Candice Lords 129-332 .389 1992-93 Cherri Shurtliff 134-269 .498 1993-94 Cherri Shurtliff 205-355 .577 1994-95 Myndee Larsen 167-271 .616 1995-96 Myndee Larsen 168-271 .620 1996-97 Krista Smith 101-239 .423 1997-98 Myndee Larsen 249-344 .724** ** NCAA Record ** 1998-99 Melissa Hines 130-278 .468 1999-00 Sarah Pratt 112-243 .461 2000-01 Megan Woolston 114-226 .504 2001-02 Carline Heaton 136-290 .469 2002-03 Lacey Yates 99-218 .454* 2003-04 Lacey Yates 133-266 .500 2004-05 Cheryl Grant 48-102 .471* 2005-06 Anne Westwood 60-124 .484 2006-07 Anne Westwood 97-211 .460* 2007-08 Anne Westwood 114-229 .498* 2008-09 Anne Westwood Higbee 134-257 .521* 2009-10 Challis Pascucci 131-190 .452 2010-11 Challis Pascucci 179-329 .544 2011-12 Carli Moreland 117-260 .450 * - Led team in FGM but did not reach minimum


FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 2 FTM/GAME)

1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

.623 .690 .695 .800 .745 .564 .661 .691 .720 .692* .537 .683 .690 .776 .739 .583 .754 .790 .777 .730 .692 .852 .828 .848 .759 .853 .824 .725 .726 .798 .806 .582 .771 .697 .769 .844 .811

1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

THREE-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (MIN. 1.5 3FGM/GAME)

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-98 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Cheryl Eyraud 38-61 Dent Hendrix 40-58 Susan Pederson 48-69 Susan Pederson 48-60 Chris Tea 76-102 Rose Jacklin 62-110 Paula Burgoyne 84-127 Lisa Stolk 65-94 Laurie Garrett 54-75 Denise Muir 45-65 Angela Levi 55-102 Darla Hunt 54-79 Sheri Davies 107-155 Kim Free 52-67 Stacey French 65-88 Heather Sonne 70-120 Becky Schofield 101-134 Becky Schofield 94-119 Cherri Shurtliff 143-184 Cherri Frandsen 135-185 Cherri Frandsen 128-185 Toni Torres 52-61 Myndee Larsen 120-145 Megan Lofthouse 95-112 Megan Lofthouse 85-112 Megan Woolston 93-109 Sally Johnson 56-68 Lacey Yates 95-131 Sarah Hutton 61-84 Janis Beal 83-104 Charmaine Piula 58-72 Anne Westwood 78-134 Challis Pascucci 64-83 Challis Pascucci 62-89 Challis Pascucci 100-130 Challis Pascucci 157-186 Andrea Jones 43-53 * - Led team in FTM but did not reach minimum

Luann Weston 15-34 Luann Weston 11-35 Luann Weston 9-25 Debbie Whitlock 14-43 Angie Tanner 27-94 Angie Alvey 35-113 Angie Alvey 52-149 Kim Bird 23-64 Teresa Smith 42-107 Tami Newton 27-83 Jessica Littlefield 52-149 Jessica Littlefield 61-168 Sunny Myers 40-116 Megan Lofthouse 44-117 Megan Woolston 44-97 Lindsey Hille 40-118 Casey Cooke 56-129 Janis Beal 43-109 Kristin Pierce 31-87 Heather Hillock 14-32 Heather Hillock 33-69 Jamie Sagers 18-56 Dani Hosking 26-67 Jadie Parsons 34-111 Kaila Goff 31-105 Hailey Mandelko 42-115 * - Led team in 3FGM but did not reach minimum

.441* .314* .360* .326* .287* .310* .361 .359* .393 .325* .349 .363 .345* .376 .454 .290* .434 .394 .356* .438* .479* .321* .388* .306 .295* .365

ASSISTS

Dent Hendrix 53 Natalie Smith 53 Laura Bailey 53 Dent Hendrix 50 Carolyn Dodds 47 Denice Long 42 Denice Long 53 Gwen Thomas 109 Gwen Thomas 94 Annette Turley 146 Kim Free 126 Kim Free 108 Kim Free 176 Kim Free 164 Paula Sawyer 133 Shanna Draper 98 Apryl Brainard 98 Angie Alvey 133 Kim Bird 65 Hillarie Dunn 84 Linsey Mortensen 138 Krista Smith 101 Sunny Myers 106 Alycia Adams 86 Sally Johnson 124 Sally Johnson 145 Sally Johnson 112 Cyrita Warner 84 Casey Cooke 141 Janis Beal 78 Amy Young 92 Silvia Da Silva 51 Kaila Goff 68 Kaila Goff 108 Kaila Goff 98 Kaila Goff 149 Tayler Anderson 73

STEALS

Gwen Thomas Gwen Thomas Annette Turley Kim Free Luann Weston Kim Free Lexa Larsen Angie Tanner Candice Lords Angie Alvey Sue Shurtliff Becky Schofield Cherri Frandsen Cherri Frandsen Krista Smith Mandi Shaheen Alycia Adams Sally Johnson Sally Johnson Sally Johnson Casey Cooke Casey Cooke Janis Beal Cassie Hahl Charmaine Piula Erin Heuett Kaila Goff Cassie Burgess Kaila Goff Tayler Anderson

84 68 33 61 78 74 50 39 45 51 51 36 37 47 39 33 41 43 43 51 70 93 49 50 25 27 32 31 52 34

2.7 apg 2.7 apg 2.7 apg 2.5 apg 2.1 apg 2.2 apg 3.3 apg 5.5 apg 4.1 apg 6.1 apg 5.3 apg 4.3 apg 6.8 apg 6.3 apg 4.4 apg 3.9 apg 3.6 apg 4.9 apg 2.5 apg 3.2 apg 4.9 apg 4.0 apg 3.8 apg 3.1 apg 4.6 apg 5.2 apg 4.1 apg 3.3 apg 5.0 apg 2.8 apg 3.3 apg 1.9 spg 2.7 apg 3.9 apg 4.9 apg 5.0 apg 2.5 apg 4.2 spg 2.9 spg 1.4 spg 2.6 spg 3.1 spg 2.8 spg 1.7 spg 1.5 spg 1.9 spg 1.9 spg 1.9 spg 1.3 spg 1.4 spg 1.7 spg 1.5 spg 1.2 spg 1.4 spg 1.6 spg 1.5 spg 1.9 spg 2.6 spg 3.3 spg 1.8 spg 1.8 spg 0.9 spg 0.9 spg 1.1 spg 1.0 spg 1.7 spg 1.2 spg


BLOCKS

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

Paula Burgoyne 22 Laurie Garrett 16 Rebecca Wilkins 31 Rene Ramsey 45 Sheri Davies 31 Brenda Acor 42 Kim Langford 29 Kim Langford 45 Ellen Doane 11 Amy Gubler 27 Cherri Shurtliff 31 Myndee Larsen 42 Myndee Larsen 60 Myndee Larsen 59 Jessica Littlefield 16 Myndee Larsen 90 Sarah Pratt 38 Sarah Pratt 31 Sarah Mortensen 49 Caroline Heaton 10 Lacey Yates 22 Lacey Yates 35 Sarah Hutton 17 Julie Stradling 23 Julie Stradling 15 Jamie Sagers 35 Challis Pascucci 31 Challis Pascucci 46

1.1 bpg 0.7 bpg 1.2 bpg 1.9 bpg 1.2 bpg 1.6 bpg 1.1 bpg 1.5 bpg 0.4 bpg 1.0 bpg 1.1 bpg 1.5 bpg 2.3 bpg 2.3 bpg 0.7 bpg 3.2 bpg 1.3 bpg 1.1 bpg 1.7 bpg 0.4 bpg 0.8 bpg 1.2 bpg 0.6 bpg 0.8 bpg 0.6 bpg 1.3 bpg 1.1 bpg 1.5 bpg

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS OVERALL CONFERENCE OVERALL COACH SEASONS RECORD RECORD WINNING PCT. Joe Hillock Boyd Adams Larry Shurtliff Joy Peterson

10 6 5 6

128-146 84-60 68-69 64-59

Steve Hodson Clay Anderson Kit Janes Kathryn Berg Gordon Kerbs

2 2 1 1 1

15-44 12-44 9-20 8-6 4-21

JR Payne

3

29-60

62-76 39-27 16-0 26-22

17-37 9-23 - 5-13 6-2 -

Kit Janes 2008-09

.467 .583 .496 .520

.326 .254 .214 .310 .571 .160

YEAR

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS COACH RECORD CONFERENCE

Totals

36 Seasons 405-515 (.440)

1975-76 Kathryn Berg 1976-77 Joy Peterson 1977-78 Joy Peterson 1978-79 Joy Peterson 1979-80 Joy Peterson 1980-81 Joy Peterson 1981-82 Joy Peterson 1982-83 Boyd Adams 1983-84 Boyd Adams 1984-85 Boyd Adams 1985-86 Boyd Adams 1986-87 Boyd Adams 1987-88 Boyd Adams 1988-89 Clay Anderson 1989-90 Clay Anderson 1990-91 Gordon Kerbs 1991-92 Larry Shurtliff 1992-93 Larry Shurtliff 1993-94 Larry Shurtliff 1994-95 Larry Shurtliff 1995-96 Larry Shurtliff 1996-97 Joe Hillock 1997-98 Joe Hillock 1998-99 Joe Hillock 1999-2000 Joe Hillock 2000-01 Joe Hillock 2001-02 Joe Hillock 2002-03 Joe Hillock 2003-04 Joe Hillock 2004-05 Joe Hillock 2005-06 Joe Hillock 2006-07 Steve Hodson 2007-08 Steve Hodson 2008-09 Kit Janes 2009-10 JR Payne 2010-11 JR Payne 2011-12 JR Payne

Steve Hodson 2006-2008

Joe Hillock 1996-2006

Larry Shurtleff 1991-1996

Gordon Kerbs 1990-1991

JR Payne 2009-current Clay Anderson 1988 - 1990

Boyd Adams 1982 - 1988

FINISH

8-6 Intermountain, 6-2 2nd 18-4 Intermountain, 9-1 T-1st 13-7 Intermountain, 5-1 1st 15-6 RMAC, 5-3 2nd-West 11-12 RMAC, 4-4 4th-West 6-15 RMAC, 2-6 4th-West 1-15 RMAC, 1-7 5th-West 9-11 RMAC, 9-9 6th 12-11 RMAC, 8-8 T-4th 13-12 RMAC, 9-7 3rd 16-9 RMAC, 13-3 1st 16-9 Division II Independent 18-8 Division II Independent 7-19 Division I Independent 5-25 Division I Independent 4-21 Division I Independent 6-21 Division I Independent 12-15 Division I Independent 16-11 Division I Independent 17-11 American West, 8-0 1st 17-11 American West, 8-0 1st 9-16 Division I Independent 16-12 Mid-Continent, 8-8 T-4th 16-12 Mid-Continent, 8-6 T-3rd 12-15 Mid-Continent, 7-9 T-6th 16-12 Mid-Continent, 11-5 T-2nd 10-17 Mid-Continent, 6-8 T-4th 9-18 Mid-Continent, 2-12 8th 18-10 Mid-Continent, 9-7 T-5th 11-17 Mid-Continent, 7-9 6th 11-17 Mid-Continent, 4-12 8th 9-20 Mid-Continent, 5-9 7th 6-24 Summit League, 4-14 8th 9-20 Summit League, 5-13 9th 7-23 Summit League, 5-13 8th 16-14 Summit League, 10-8 5th 6-23 Summit League, 2-16 10th

Joy Peterson 1976 - 1982

Kathryn Berg 1975 - 1976


Southern Oregon

Saturday, Nov. 10 (Centrum Arena)

Location Ashland, Oregon Enrollment 5,400 Affiliation NAIA (Region I) Conference Cascade Collegiate Nickname Raiders Colors Red and Black Facility Roy W. McNeal Pavilion President Dr. Mary Cullinan Athletic Director Matt Sayre Head Coach Lynn Kennedy Alma Mater Northwest SOU Record 136-82 (8th Season) Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Whitney Scott Scott Kennedy 2011-12 Record 14-16 2011-12 Conference Record 5-13 SID Phone Fax E-Mail

Tyler Scott (541)-552-6801 (541) 552-6543 ScottTy@sou.edu

Website www.souraiders.com Series Record First all-time meeting

New Mexico State

Saturday, Dec. 1 (Centrum Arena) Location Las Cruces, New Mexico Enrollment 17,198 Affiliatiion Division I Conference WAC Nickname Aggies Colors Crimson and White Facility Pan American Center President Barbara Couture Athletic Director Dr. McKinley Boston Head Coach Mark Trakh Alma Mater Long Beach State NMSU Record 1st Season Career Record 289-187 Assistant Coaches Jamie Shadian, Tamara Inoue, Aarika Hughes 2010-11 Record 14-18 2010-11 Conference Record 7-9 (T-5th) Letterwinner R/L 10/4 Starters R/L 2/3 SID Jeremy Strachan Phone (575) 646-3269 Fax (575) 646-2425 E-Mail JLS@nmsu.edu Press Row (517) 749-3088 Website www.NMStateSports.com Series Record New Mexico State leads 3-2 Last Meeting SUU 58 - @NMSU 57 (11/27/11)

Utah

Tuesday, Nov. 13 (Salt Lake City, Utah)

Location Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollment 31,660 Affiliation Divison I Conference Pac-12 Nickname Utes Colors Crimson and White Facility Jon M. Huntsman Center President David W. Pershing Athletic Director Dr. Chris Hill Head Coach Anthony Levrets Alma Mater Lafayett Utah Record 34-33 (3rd Season) Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Velaida Harris Matt Legerski, Willette White 2011-12 Record 16-16 2011-12 Conference Record 8-10 (T-7th) Letterwinner R/L 8/5 Starters R/L 4/1 SID Brooke Frederickson Phone (801) 581-8302 Fax (801) 581-4358 E-Mail bfrederickson@huntsman.utah.edu Press Row (801) 493-9254 Website www.utahutes.cstv.com Series Record Utah leads 11-3 Last Meeting @Utah 74 - SUU 60 (11/13/11)

Utah Valley

Thursday, Dec. 6 (Orem, Utah) Saturday, Dec. 29 (Centrum Arena)

Location Orem, Utah Enrollment 33,395 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Great West Nickname Wolverines Colors Green and White Facility UCCU Center (8,500) President Dr. Matthew S. Holland Athletic Director Michael V. Jacobsen Head Coach Cathy Nixon Alma Mater BYU Utah Valley Record 297-217 Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Dan Nielson, Liz Darger 2011-12 Record 15-15 2011-12 Conference Record 6-4 (2nd) Letterwinner R/L 10/5 Starters R/L 3/2 SID James Warnick Phone (801) 863-6231 Fax (801) 863-8813 E-Mail James.Warnick@uvu.edu Press Row (801) 376-0814 Website www.WolverineGreen.com Series Record SUU leads 8-4 Last Meeting SUU 60 - @UVU 59 (12/10/11)

BTI Classic

Nov. 23 - 25 (Lubbock, Texas)

Texas Tech - Nov. 23

Head Coach Alma Mater Texas Tech Record SID E-Mail

Website Series Record

Kristy Curry Northeast Louisiana 109-87 (7th Season) Travis Cram travis.cram@ttu.edu www.texastech.com First all-time meeting

New Orleans - Nov. 24

Head Coach Alma Mater UNO Record SID

Keeshawn Carter New Orleans 0-26 (2nd Season) Jason Plotkin E-Mail jplotkin@uno.edu Website www.UNOPrivateers.com Series Record SUU leads 1-0 Last Meeting @SUU 64-57 (12/30/98)

Nicholls State - Nov. 25

Head Coach DoBee Plaisance Alma Mater Southern Miss Nicholls Record 29-86 (5th Season) SID Jamie Bustos E-Mail jamie.bustos@nicholls.edu Website www.geauxcolonels.com Series Record First all-time meeting

San Jose State

Saturday, Dec. 8 (San Jose, Calif.)

Location San Jose, Calif. Enrollment 26,796 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Western Athletic Nickname Spartans Colors Gold, White and Blue Facility The Event Center Interim President Mohammad Qayoumi Athletic Director Tom Bowen Head Coach Tim La Kose Alma Mater Cal State Northridge San Jose State Record First Year Career Record 347-152 Assistant Coaches Brannon Hays, Mandi Carver, Cecilia Russell-Nava 2010-11 Record 2-27 2010-11 Conference Record 2-14 (9th) Letterwinner R/L 6/2 Starters R/L 4/1 SID Richard Stern Phone (408) 924-1208 Fax (408) 924-1291 E-Mail richard.stern@sjsu.edu Press Row (408) 318-8111 Website www.sjsuspartans.com Series Record SJSU leads 4-1 Last Meeting SJSU 70 - @SUU 68 (1/3/12)


Houston Baptist

Monday, Dec. 17 (Centrum Arena) Location Houston, Texas Enrollment 2,200 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Great West Nickname Huskies Colors Royal Blue and Orange Facility Sharp Gym (1,000) President Dr. Robert B. Sloan, Jr. Athletic Director Steve Moniaci Head Coach Mary Gleason Alma Mater SMU HBU Record 5-52 (3rd season) Career Record 5-52 Assistant Coaches Donna Finnie Ernesta Griciunaite 2011-12 Record 1-27 2011-12 Conference Record 0-10 (6th) Letterwinner R/L 6/6 Starters R/L 5/0 SID Mary Ellen Leisering Phone (281) 649-3087 Fax (281) 649-3496 E-Mail mleisering@hbu.edu Press Row (281) 649-3065 Website www.hbuhuskies.com Series Record First all-time meeting

Sacramento State

Saturday, Jan. 5 (Centrum Arena) Saturday, Feb. 2 (Sacramento, Calif.) Location Sacramento, Calif. Enrollment 52,568 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Buckeyes Colors Scarlet and Gray Facility Value City Arena (19,049) President E. Gordon Gee Athletic Director Eugene Smith Head Coach Tim Foster Alma Mater Temple Ohio State Record 236-62 (10th Season) Career Record 740-287 Assistant Coaches Debbie Black Ed Baldwin, Patrick Klein 2010-11 Record 24-10 2010-11 Conference Record 10-6 (T-3rd) Letterwinner R/L 9/4 Starters R/L 3/2 SID Dan Wallenburg Phone (614) 247-0011 Fax (614) 292-8547 E-Mail widman.12@osu.edu Press Row (614) 688-5330 Website www.OhioStateBuckeyes.com Series Record First Meeting

North Dakota

Thursday, Dec. 20 (Grand Forks, ND) Saturday, March 9 (Centrum Arena) Location Grand Forks, ND Enrollment 13,950 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Colors Kelly Green and White Facility Betty Engelstad Sioux Center (3,140)

President Dr. Robert Kelley Athletic Director Brian Faison Head Coach J. Travis Brewster Alma Mater Charleston Southern UND Record First Season Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Linda Sayavongchanh Drew Woods, Tom Dryburgh 2011-12 Record 21-11 2011-12 Conference Record 9-1 (Great West)

Letterwinner R/L Starters R/L SID Phone Fax

10/2 3/2 Mitch Wigness (701) 777-4210 (701) 777-4352

E-Mail mitchell.wigness@athletics.UND.edu

Press Row (701) 777-6903 Website www.fightingsioux.com Series Record UND leads 1-0 Last Meeting UND 62 - SUU 61 (11/25/11)

Idaho State

Thursday, Jan. 10 (Pocatello, Idaho) Saturday, Feb. 9 (Centrum Arena) Location Pocatello, Idaho Enrollment 14,489 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Bengals Colors Orange and Black Facility Reed Gym (3,241) President Dr. Arthur C. Vailas Athletic Director Jeff Tingey Head Coach Seton Sobolewski Alma Mater Northern Arizona, 2001 ISU Record 68-55 (.552) Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Tony Giannotti Laura Dinkins, Kemie Nkele 2011-12 Record 24-8 2011-12 Conference Record 14-2 (1st) Letterwinner R/L 13/1 Starters R/L 4/1 SID Jaime Schroeder Phone (208) 282-3651 Fax (208) 282-3659 E-Mail schrjaim@isu.edu Press Row (541) 215-0838 Website www.isubengals.com Series Record 8-29 Last Meeting @ISU 61 - SUU 48 (12/21/09)

Northern Arizona

Thursday, Jan. 3 (Centrum Arena) Monday, Feb. 4 (Flagstaff, Ariz.)

Location Flagstaff, Ariz. Enrollment 25,204 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Lumberjacks Colors Blue, Gold and Sage Facility Walkup Skydome (3,300) President Dr. John Haeger Athletic Director Dr. Lisa Campos Head Coach Sue Darling Alma Mater Arizona NAU Record First Season Career Record 12-70 Assistant Coaches Jamie Shadian Robyne Bostick, Karlie Burris 2011-12 Record 9-20 2011-12 Conference Record 4-12 (7th) Letterwinner R/L 10/4 Starters R/L 3/2 SID Andrew Tomsky Phone (928) 523-6330 Fax (928) 523-6793 E-Mail Andrew.Tomsky@nau.edu Press Row (928) 523-6792 Website www.nauathletics.com Series Record NAU leads 14-10 Last Meeting

@SUU 76 - NAU 64 (12/13/08)

Weber State

Saturday, Jan. 12 (Ogden, Utah) Saturday, Jan. 6 (Centrum Arena)

Location Ogden, Utah Enrollment 10,151 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Coyotes Colors Red and White Facility DakotaDome President James W. Abbott Athletic Director David Sayler Head Coach Ryun Williams Alma Mater South Dakota South Dakota Record 61-41 (4th Season) Career Record 296-184 Assistant Coaches Ryan Larsen Mandy Koupal, Brooke Atkinson 2010-11 Record 20-12 2010-11 Conference Record 8-5 Letterwinner R/L 8/5 Starters R/L 4/1 SID Tom Berg Phone (605) 677-8813 Fax (605) 677-5618 E-Mail tom.berg@usd.edu Press Row (605) 677-9222 Website www.usdcoyotes.com Series Record Last Meeting


Montana State

Thursday, Jan. 17 (Centrum Arena) Monday, March 4 (Bozeman, Mont.)

Location Bozeman, Mont. Enrollment 26,796 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Spartans Colors Gold, White and Blue Facility The Event Center Interim President Mohammad Qayoumi Athletic Director Tom Bowen Head Coach Tim La Kose Alma Mater Cal State Northridge San Jose State Record First Year Career Record 347-152 Assistant Coaches Brannon Hays, Mandi Carver, Cecilia Russell-Nava 2010-11 Record 2-27 2010-11 Conference Record 2-14 (9th) Letterwinner R/L 6/2 Starters R/L 4/1 SID Richard Stern Phone (408) 924-1208 Fax (408) 924-1291 E-Mail richard.stern@sjsu.edu Press Row (408) 318-8111 Website www.sjsuspartans.com Series Record SJSU leads 3-1 Last Meeting SJSU 84 - @SUU 68 (12/21/02)

Eastern Washington

Saturday, Jan. 26 (Cheney, Wash.) Saturday, Feb. 16 (Centrum Arena) Location Cheney, Wash. Enrollment 13,331 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Fighting Leathernecks Colors Purple and Gold Facility Waste Managment Court at Western Hall President Dr. Jack Thomas Athletic Director Dr. Tim M. Van Alstine Head Coach J.D. Gravina Alma Mater William Jewell College Western Illinois Record First Year Career Record 113-61 Assistant Coaches Seth Minter, Kerry Juhlin, Tiffany Coppage 2010-11 Record 8-21 2010-11 Conference Record 6-12 (8th) Letterwinner R/L 9/3 Starters R/L 3/2 SID Cameron Weidenthaler Phone (309) 298-1133 Fax (309) 298-1960 E-Mail ch-weidenthaler@wiu.edu Press Row (309) 298-1227 Website www.GoLeathernecks.com Series Record WIU leads 20-11 Last Meeting SUU 65 - @WIU 53 (2/19/11)

Montana

Monday, Jan. 21 (Centrum Arena) Thursday, Feb. 28 (Missoula, Mont.)

Location MIssoula, Mont. Enrollment 15,000 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Lady Griz Colors Maroon and Silver Facility Dahlberg Arena (7,200) President Royce Engstrom Athletic Director Kent Haslam Head Coach Robin Selvig Alma Mater Montana UM Record 774-247 Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Annette Rocheleau Shannon Scweyen, Trish Duce 2011-12 Record 16-14 2011-12 Conference Record 9-7 (5th) Letterwinner R/L 9/1 Starters R/L 5/0 SID Joel Carlson Phone (406) 243-5414 Fax (406) 370-9669 E-Mail joel.carlson@mso.umt.edu Press Row (406) 243-4281 Website www.GoGriz.com Series Record UM leads 6-0 Last Meeting @UM 75 - SUU 51 (1/16/95)

Northern Colorado

Saturday, Feb. 23 (Greeley, Colo.) Thursday, March 7 (Centrum Arena) Location Greeley, Colo. Enrollment 12,366 Affiliatiion NCAA Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Bears Colors Blue and Gold Facility Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion (2,955)

President Kay Norton Athletic Director Jay Hinrichs Head Coach Jamie White Alma Mater SUU, 1994 UNC Record 82-100 Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Ryan Johnson, Anna Bateman, Dina Piterniece 2011-12 Record 20-12 2011-12 Conference Record 11-5 (2nd) Letterwinner R/L 11/2 Starters R/L 4/1 SID Heather Kennedy Phone (970) 351-1065 Fax (970) 351-2018 E-Mail heather.kennedy@unco.edu Press Row (970) 351-2522 Website www.uncbears.com Series Record UNC leads 1-0 Last Meeting @UNC 92 - SUU 61 (1979-80)

Portland State

Thursday, Jan. 24 (Portland, Ore.) Thursday, Feb. 14 (Centrum Arena)

Location Portland, Ore. Enrollment 12,725 Affiliatiion Division I Conference Big Sky Nickname Jackrabbits Colors Yellow and Blue Facility Frost Arena (6,500) President Dr. David Chicoine Athletic Director Justin Sell Head Coach Aaron Johnston Alma Mater Gustavus South Dakota State Record 266-90 Career Record Same Assistant Coaches Katie Falco Chad Oltzke, Emilee Thiesse, Carissa Nord 2010-11 Record 19-14 2010-11 Conference Record 12-6 (T-3rd) Letterwinner R/L 9/3 Starters R/L 3/2 SID Jason Hove Phone (605) 688-4623 Fax (605) 688-5999 E-Mail Jason.Hove@sdstate.edu Press Row (605) 695-1827 Website www.GoJacks.com Series Record SDSU leads 7-1 Last Meeting @SDSU 81 - SUU 61 (1/29/11)


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2013 Big Sky Conference Basketball Championships Regular Season Champion March 14-16

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Michael T. Benson was appointed the 15th president of Southern Utah University on November 10, 2006, by the Utah State Board of Regents. Dr. Benson came to SUU from Snow College where he served as president for five years. Prior to his tenure in Ephraim, Dr. Benson was special assistant to the president and secretary to the University of Utah, a cabinet-level position on that campus. During his presidency at Snow, athletic teams excelled, winning several conference championships and finishing near the top of national rankings. He was instrumental in establishing America’s premier junior college football bowl game, the Zions Bank Top of the Mountains Bowl, played each December in Salt Lake City. Dr. Benson currently serves as Chair of the Presidents’ Council for the Summit League. President Benson is the father of four children, Emma, Samuel, Truman Taft, and Tatum Anne. He and his wife Debi, along with the kids, are regularly seen around campus and at all types of sporting events. An accomplished athlete, Dr. Benson was captain of the East High School basketball team and one of four sophomores on the team that won the 1981 Utah State championship. He turned down track scholarships as a senior at East to enroll at Brigham Young University on a leadership scholarship, eventually earning a bachelor’s degree in political science, English, and history while playing on the junior varsity basketball team. He has also competed in the worlds oldest rivalry, serving as a player/coach in leading Oxford University over Cambridge in the 1994 Varsity Basketball Match. President Benson has completed several marathons with his best time (2:41) winning his age division at the St. George Marathon. In 1984, Michael was one of only 19 teenagers to compete in the Boston Marathon, with his finishing time of 2:52 placing him in the top 15% of all registered runners. While President of Snow College, he ran the St. George Marathon again, this time raising over $50,000 for the athletic department. He currently maintains a seven handicap in his favorite sport, golf. Dr. Benson holds a doctorate in modern Middle Eastern History from Oxford University. His critically-acclaimed book, Harry S. Truman and the Founding of Israel has led to many lecturing and consulting opportunities. Michael regularly leads tour groups to the Middle East where he is eager to share his love for and knowledge of the region. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in non-profit administration at the Mendoza School of Business at the University of Notre Dame. The Bensons are delighted to be at Southern Utah University and look forward to supporting Thunderbird student-athletes for many years to come.


DEAR THUNDERBIRD FANS AND SUPPORTERS: One of America’s great coaches once said, “The will to win is not nearly as important as the will to prepare to win.” All of us at Southern Utah University are committed to helping our student-athletes as they prepare to win on their respective fields and courts of competition. But more importantly, we are committed to helping them acquire those tools, experiences, and skills that will help them succeed in life and their life’s work. I thank you for your continued commitment to SUU and its many outstanding athletic programs which now number 17 – the second highest number of Division I sports programs offered in the entire State of Utah. For all those who enjoy a football Saturday on a beautiful fall day in the shadow of Cedar Mountain, the benefits of Division I athletics in our community are innumerable. From the dollars spent by visiting teams and fans in our local places of business to the positive media coverage generated by our student-athletes, the University is the beneficiary of these and other positive by-products of the substantial investment in our athletic program. Donors and alumni are even more proud of their association with the University when they see a return on their donated dollars in the form of success on the field and in the classroom. Excellence in athletics will continue to be an investment we are willing to make at Southern Utah University. In addition to those student-athletes who learn invaluable lessons in both the “thrill of victory and the agony of defeat,” athletics provide excellent participation opportunities for students in bands, cheer squads, dance teams, trainers, marketing interns, and many more. Our student athletes also represent a large percentage of the geographic, socioeconomic, ethnic, and religious diversity on campus which, I believe, enhances and enriches the academic and social experience of ALL our students. I heartily commend our athletic director, Ken Beazer, and his able and committed staff for their superb stewardship of the funds directed toward athletics. I also wish to thank all the academic and support staff who regularly monitor the progress of our student-athletes to ensure their commitment to “prepare to win” while at SUU and well beyond. Thank you for your support of Southern Utah University and the proud Thunderbird tradition. Yours sincerely, President Michael Benson

Back Row (L to R): Dorian Page, Vice President of Finances; Michael Carter, Assistant Attorney General; Dean O’Driscoll, Vice President for University Relations; Dialea Adams, President’s Office Administrative Assistant; Stuart Jones, Vice President for Advancement Front Row (L to R): Donna Eddleman, Vice President of Student Services; Dr. Bradley Cook, Provost; Dr. Michael T. Benson, SUU President; Ken Beazer, SUU Athletic Director; Wesley Curtis, Vice President for Government Relations and Regional Services


SUU Athletic Department Mission Statement C A M E R O N

K S U S H A

MIKKEL GRIFFIN

L E V I N S

J O H N S O N A N A L A I N E

KRISTI KOPLIN

SUU ATHLETIC SUCCESS Southern Utah University has an outstanding athletic tradition. The majority of SUU’s sports are affiliated with the Summit League, with the exception of gymnastics (which competes in the Western Athletic Conference) and football, a charter member of the Great West Football Conference.

E L I S E

P A S C U C C I

DAVID PALMER

SUU’s teams regularly compete for conference championships. This past year SUU women captured the Summit League cross country title while the gymnastics team took home the Western Athletic Conference trophy. Several teams on campus advanced to the conference tournament in their respective sports with a collection of individual athletes garnering all-tournament and all-conference honors. The SUU gymnastics team has been represented in NCAA post-season competition every year since 1991. This past season, Southern Utah was represented at the NCAA National Championships in gymnastics as well as indoor and outdoor track & field.

FRED HOUSE

J E S S B A U M G A R T N E R

The Athletic Department is committed to excellence in academics as well as athletics and focuses on fielding competitive teams at the Division I level. Participation in intercollegiate athletics is an integral part of the student’s overall educational experience.

The Athletic Department recognizes the importance of equity in all of its programs and promotes diversity in both student-athletes and staff. Student-athletes, coaches and all others associated with intercollegiate athletics are expected to embrace the principles of sportsmanship and ethical conduct.

TYSSON POOTS

C H A L L I S

The athletic program adheres to the policies and procedures of the NCAA and the rules of any conference, league or association of which it is a member.

The University strives to reach the highest possible graduation rate for all of its student-athletes while focusing on their social, cultural and intellectual development.

M A I L O T O

W H E E L E R

Southern Utah University’s Athletic Department is dedicated to providing quality programs that assist in complimenting and fulfilling the University’s educational objectives and mission.

NATE PAGE

KRISTEN FRONK

Southern Utah football has claimed three FCS rushing titles over the past decade. PICTURED Cameron Levins - 2012 5k and 10k NCAA National Champion. 2012 Summer Olympian for Canada. Tysson Poots - 2010 Great West Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-American, now plays with the Utah Blaze of the Arena Football League. Challis Pascucci - 2010 all-Summit League honoree Jess Baumgartner - 2007 Cross Country NCAA All-American (Third Place) Mikkel Griffin - 2012 Summit League Player of the Year Kristi Koplin - 2010 NCAA National Championship Qualifier Elise Wheeler - Three-time All-American, 2009 Regional and WAC Gymnast of the Year Fred House - Mid-Continent Conference MVP Nate Page - 2009 NCAA National Championship Qualifier Ksusha Johnson - Three-time all-Summit League performer Analaine Mailoto - 2010 Summit League Freshman of the Year David Palmer - Named Japan Basketball League MVP Kristen Fronk - Two-time all-Summit League honoree


Ken Beazer was named Southern Utah’s Athletic Director on Dec. 21, 2005 and took the reins of the program Jan. 2, 2006. Beazer came to Southern Utah from Utah State University, where he has served as director of athletic development for the past four-plus years. While at USU, Beazer developed and initiated the largest capital campaign in the history of the school’s athletic department, including fund-raising for a planned $25 million renovation of Romney Stadium. Prior to his time at Utah State, Beazer spent nine years at Snow College, the first three as defensive coordinator on the football coaching staff and the final six – from 1995 to 2001 – as the school’s director of athletics. As a coach his teams ranked among the NJCAA’s top five defenses two of his three seasons, while as AD at Snow he implemented the college’s first Athletic Foundation Board as well as an annual giving program. He also spent two seasons as a graduate assistant football coach at Washington State University.

Debby Baker Head Volleyball Coach

Marlene Barth Academic Coordinator

Nick Bartlett Marketing & Promotions

Scott Bauman Head Gymnastics Coach

Dan Bennion Strength & Conditioning

Todd Brown Assoc. AD/Compliance

Richard Church Head Golf Coach

Kyle Cottam Media Relations

Neil Gardner Asst. AD/Media Relations

Dr. Deborah Hill Faculty Athletic Rep.

Becky Hogan Head WSOC Coach

Eric Houle Head XC/T&F Coach

Kit Janes Eligibility Specialist

Ed Lamb Head Football Coach

Lenny Lee Head Tennis Coach

Kyle Magnusson Head Softball Coach

Ricky Mendini Assoc. AD/Sports Medicine

Kyle Newhouse Media Relations

Jason Norries Asst. AD/Business

JR Payne Head WBB Coach

Nick Robinson Head MBB Coach

Suzie Rowley Thunderbird Club

Shon Spevak Ticket Manager

Teshia Williams Administrative Asst.

Beazer is a 1989 graduate of Weber State University with a degree in broadcast communication. He also holds a master of arts degree in communication from Washington State, as well as an associate of arts in the same field from Snow College. Beazer and his wife, Cidnee, are the parents of four children: Rhett, Adrienne, Jadon and Harrison. KEN BEAZER ON SUU ATHLETICS: Southern Utah University is truly a place where academics come first. The strong academic commitment of the staff and coaches is manifest in the overall academic accomplishments our teams achieve on an annual basis. The University’s strong academic emphasis, coupled with the dedicated efforts of the student athletes, allows the Athletics Department to continually post high marks in the classroom. The academic climate offered at SUU enables the institution to attract and retain high quality student athletes with sound character and a clear understanding of personal responsibility. Thunderbird Athletics was recently rewarded by its fellow institutions with an unprecedented, fourth consecutive Mid-Continent Conference Sportsmanship Award, setting a new standard by which all institutions are now measured. Southern Utah is fortunate to have a great relationship with the community, bringing new meaning to the term, “campus community.” Cedar City residents are hospitable, friendly and eager to serve, creating an ideal setting for personal growth. Thunderbird student athletes readily accept their responsibility of role models and spent countless hours in the local schools mentoring children. Southern Utah University’s commitment to athletics is manifest in its first class athletic facilities, providing the necessary amenities for a student athlete to achieve his/her athletic goals and compete at higher levels. Southern Utah University is an ideal place to achieve academic and athletic excellence and reach the high expectations we all have. Southern Utah University is one of the best locations to experience a true college atmosphere.


Southern Utah’s training facilities include an expanded training room in Eccles Coliseum as well as three fully-equipped medical and training facilities located elsewhere on campus. SUU’s training facilities also include an olympic-sized pool. With a fully-certified staff as well as a student training program SUU is prepared to handle all the training needs of its 17 sports’ student athletes. Six doctors serve SUU student-athletes’ needs, including orthopedic specialist Dr. Robert Nakken, podiatrist Dr. Russ Olsen, pain specialist Dr. Dale Stott, general practitioner Dr. C. J. Thinnes and dentists Dr. James Sorenson and Dr. Brian Tavoian.

The Student-Athlete Academic Center was recently renovated in 2010 with a brand new lounge area, providing studentathletes a place to relax and a comfortable area to study. The Center features both individual and group work spaces and is centrally located on campus in the multi-purpose building. Marlene Barth, the Athletic Academic Coordinator, is also located in the center and is available to answer questions and help student-athletes achieve their academic goals.


Athletics is an important part of your life right now. But what will you do when your playing days are over? Southern Utah University can help you prepare for a successful career in a variety of fields. SUU offers four master’s programs and over 120 bachelor’s programs in its six schools and colleges, as well as a range of certificates, associate’s and pre-professional degrees a wide variety of disciplines. School of Applied Science and Technology The SUU School of Applied Science and Technology offers 20 major courses of study as well as minors and pre-professional degrees in 26 additional areas. The Southern Utah Crime Laboratory is housed here and the State Criminologist teaches in the Criminal Justice Program. SUU’s technology education degree is the only program in the western United States with a career technical emphasis. School of Business In addition to master’s degrees in accountancy and business administration, the SUU School of Business offers bachelor’s degrees in nine majors with an additional 11 areas of specialization. SUU’s undergraduates consistently score in or above the 80th percentile on the ETS national field exam, including outstanding marks in the 90th and 96th percentile in finance and economics, respectively. SUU also offers a Military Science program through Army ROTC College of Education The SUU College of Education offers a master’s degree as well as four primary majors with 15 areas of specialization. The SUU physical education department – known as “The Coaching Factory” because of the success of its graduates – is housed in the newest and most modern facility in Utah. One of the finest facilities of its type in the west, the Sorenson Physical Education Building houses an Olympic-sized swimming pool, three basketball courts, five racquetball courts, state-of-the-art kinesiology and exercise laboratories as well as technologyequipped classrooms. College of Humanities and Social Sciences SUU’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers 20 major areas of study. Graduates of the College can boast an acceptance rate above 90 percent in acceptance to accredited law schools over the past dozen years. SUU’s campus newspaper, The University Journal, has won more awards over the past 12 years than any university newspaper in 14 western states and the departments of english and foreign language have an award-winning faculty, including Utah’s Poet Laureate of Utah, department head David Lee. College of Performing and Visual Arts SUU’s College of Performing and Visual Arts offers an MFA in arts administration as well as bachelor’s degrees in 15 areas of specialization. Professional affiliations include the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival, the American Folk Ballet and the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery. The MFA program is the only one of its kind in the western USA. College of Science Home to 27 major areas of study, the SUU College of Science has seen 88 percent of its graduates who applied to professional pharmacy schools and 72 percent of its graduates applying to medical schools accepted. The national acceptance rate for pharmacy schools is 25 percent while the national rate for medical schools is 38 percent. University College Home The University College provides services and resources for students who have yet to declare a major including academic advising, career advising, aptitude testing and courses in personal development. Also provides career preparation services through the Community Engagement Center, Harry Reid Center for Outdoor Engagement and Sargon Heinrich Global Engagement Center. “Student-Athletes are held to a high standard of academic achievement which includes NCAA eligibility requirements. SUU is proud of the advisement and support services provided by our department and the University. This support is intended to insure academic success and progress towards graduation. Thunderbird Athletes have access to their own academic center and specialty advisors in each college. Advisement is designed to assist student-athletes with the transition into college and with continuing progress towards academic goals.” • Todd Brown, Assoc. Athletic Director for Compliance


Southern Utah University is a comprehensive institution offering programs for students with many interests and goals. The University provides undergraduate liberal education in the arts, humanities and sciences; authorized professional work in teacher education, business and technology; and specialized training in vocational teacher education. SUU has been accorded a host of outstanding academic honors in recent years. Consumer Reports named the University among its Top Ten in its list of quality and value in colleges and universities in America for the second time in three years this past summer. The Princeton Review tabbed SUU as a Best Value Institution last spring, while U.S. News and World Report listed the University as one of America’s Best Colleges in 2007. The Princeton Review has also named SUU as one of its “Best In The West,” and Southern Utah’s website was named a top-10 site by the National Research Center for College and University Admissions. SUU students select their courses from departments and programs in the School of Business; College of Computing, Integrated Engineering and Technology; School of Continuing and Professional Studies; Beverley Taylor Sorenson College of Education and Human Development; College of Humanities and Social Sciences; Library; College of Performing and Visual Arts; College of Science; and College of Graduate Studies. More than 600 faculty and staff members serve SUU’s 7,516 undergraduate and graduate students. Academic programs in business, teacher education, industrial education and theatre arts have received wide acclaim for their excellence. Affiliated with the university are a number of cultural arts and performing groups which support the mission of SUU. SUU is also home to the Utah Shakespearean Festival with its Adams Memorial Theatre, based upon the original Globe Theatre; and the Randall Jones Theatre, one of the finest indoor theatres in the West. Southern Utah facilities are also used extensively during the month in June as home for the Utah Summer Games. Campus facilities range from the ivy-covered Old Main and Braithwaite Liberal Arts Center, built in 1898 and 1899; to the Dixie Leavitt Business Building; to the Sharwan Smith Center, a multi-purpose facility which houses the Centrum Arena – SUU’s basketball and gymnastics venue – as well as classrooms, the university’s student union, bookstore and various offices.


The university opened a state-of-the-art library in 1996, while the Eccles Coliseum, the University’s football and track stadium, has undergone a complete renovation in the recent past, including new grandstands, office areas, a new press box and a new track. Another exciting development was the physical education complex, which serves the entire student-body with state-of-the art athletic and recreational facilities. The newest additions on campus include the Emma Eccles Jones Teacher Education Building and the Carter Carillon Tower. The university also owns and operates a 1,000-acre farm in western Cedar Valley and a 3,700-acre ranch in Cedar Canyon. Because of their proximity and grandeur and formal educational alliance with Southern Utah University, Zion National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument are claimed by SUU students as part of their campus. Geology, life science and a variety of academic fields plan trips to take advantage of these national treasures in addition to Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon, Capitol Reef and Great Basin National Parks, which are also close by. The University’s skiing classroom is at 11,300-foot Brian Head Ski Resort, less than an hour away, while the recreational opportunities offered by Lake Powell are less than two hours away. SUU has a history unique in the annals of American higher education. In 1897, the entire population of Cedar City, then a small pioneer town, engaged in the building of Old Main, the first building of the University. Beginning the project in mid-winter because of a harsh deadline imposed the legislature, the men and women of the community donated materials, money and labor to complete the building on time. Today the university campus has grown to comprise 133 acres, landscaped with fountains, tall spruce and pine trees, plazas, statuary, latticed walkways and expansive lawns.


3 - Desiree Jackson

4 - Ashleigh Munns

5 - Andrea Jones

14 - Nicole Newbold

15 - Carli Moreland

20 - Lori Parkinson

32 - Basia Klein

34- Kimie Hawkins

45- Marquelle Funk


10 - DJ Norman

12 - Marissa Robbins

13 - Sofia Hepworth

23 - Hailey Mandelko

24 - Taylor Maynes

31 - Tayler Anderson

52 - Brenna Gates

HC - JR Payne


2012 - 13 SEASON SCHEDULE NOVEMBER Mon. 29 NMHU (EX.) 7:00 Wed. 31 Dixie State (EX.) 7:00 Sat. 10 Southern Oregon 7:00 Tue. 13 at Utah 7:00 BTI Classic (Lubbock, Texas) Fri. 23 Texas Tech 5:00 Sat. 24 New Orleans 1:00 Sun. 25 Nicholls State 11:00 Sat. 1 New Mexico State & 5:00 DECEMBER Thur. 6 at Utah Valley 7:00 Sat. 8 at San Jose State 3:00 Mon. 17 Houston Baptist & 5:00 Thur. 20 at North Dakota* 6:00 Sat. 29 UVU & 5:00 JANUARY Thur. 3 Northern Arizona* 7:00 Sat. 5 Sacramento State* 7:00 Thur. 10 at Idaho State* 7:00 Sat. 12 at Weber State* 2:00

Thur. 17 Mon. 21 Thur. 24 Sat. 26 FEBRUARY Sat. 2 Mon. 4 Thur. 7 Sat. 9 Thur. 14 Sat. 16 Sat. 23 Thur. 28 MARCH Mon. 4 Thur. 7 Sat. 9 14-16

Montana State* Montana* at Portland State* at Eastern Washington*

7:00 7:00 8:30 3:00

at Sacramento State* at Northern Arizona* Weber State* Idaho State* Portland State* Eastern Washington* at Northern Colorado* at Montana*

3:00 6:35 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 2:05 7:00

at Montana State* Northern Colorado* North Dakota* Big Sky Tournament

7:00 7:00 7:00 TBA

*Big Sky Conference Game & Doubleheader with Men’s Basketball All Times Mountain

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