Issuu on Google+

2009-10

Women’s Basketball


Quick Facts / Table of Contents 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UCSD QUICK FACTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................... La Jolla, Calif. Founded: .................................................1960 Enrollment: ...........................................28,500 Colors: ......... Blue and Gold (PMS 540 & 130) Nickname:.............................................Tritons Affiliation: .............................. NCAA Division II Conference: ...........................................CCAA Facility: ......................... RIMAC Arena (5,000) Chancellor: ......................Dr. Marye Anne Fox Athletics Director: ................. Earl W. Edwards UCSD Athletics Phone:.............. 858.534.4211 UCSD Athletics Fax: ..................858.534.8172

2009-10 Roster ..............................................................2

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY First Year of Women’s Basketball ...... 1971-72 All-Time Record ....................... 567-384 (.596) NCAA Appearances ...........10 (5 in Division II)

NCAA Results/Top Individual Performances .......26

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach............................... Charity Elliott Alma Mater .....................Missouri State, 1992 Record at UCSD/years .............52-15 /2 years Overall Record/years ............107-106 /7 years Email Coach Elliott ........... cdelliott@ucsd.edu Assistant Coaches/years ......Hanna Howard/2 ............................................ Alexis Mezzetta/1 ...................................................... Chris Elliott Email Coach Howard .......hhoward@ucsd.edu Email Coach Mezzetta .... amezzetta@ucsd.edu Email Coach Chris Elliot .......caelliott@ucsd.edu Women’s Basketball Office ....... 858-534-8441

All-Time Individual/Team Records .......................30

TEAM INFORMATION 2008-09 Overall Record .......................... 27-5 2008-09 CCAA Record .......................19-1/1st 2008-09 Postseason.......NCAA West Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................10/4 Starters Returning/Lost...............................3/2 Newcomers....................................................6 SPORTS INFORMATION Associate AD/SID ............................ Ryan Hall Office Phone ............................. 858-534-8437 Cell Phone ................................ 949-280-4704 Email.....................................r2hall@ucsd.edu Assistant SID ............................ Mark Oshidari Office Phone ............................. 858-534-8451 Email..............................moshidari@ucsd.edu Sports Information Assistant ............Ivan Alber Office Phone ............................. 858-246-0660 Email.....................................ialber@ucsd.edu SID Fax..................................... 858-534-8172

2009-10 Season Schedule ............................................3 Head Coach Charity Elliott ........................................ 4-5 Coaching Staff ........................................................... 6-7 Meet The Tritons...................................................... 8-21 2008-09 Results/Statistics ..................................... 22-23 2008-09 CCAA Year in Review ....................................24 Record Book/Honors ............................................. 25-36 UCSD Year-by-Year Results................................25 30-20-10-5 Clubs.................................................27 Individual Team Awards ................................. 28-29 All-Time Single Season Leaders .........................31 All-Time Career Leaders .....................................32 All-Time Division II Leaders ........................... 33-36 All-Time Roster ...................................................... 37-38 All-Time Series Records ........................................ 39-40 Year-By-Year Results ............................................ 41-46 UCSD Athletics ............................................................47 Earl W. Edwards ..........................................................48 RIMAC Arena - Home of the Tritons ............................49 Strength & Conditioning/Sports Medicine ....................50 Community Outreach...................................................51 UCSD - Youngest of the Best ......................................52 San Diego - America’s Finest City ...............................53 ON THE COVER

UCSD seniors Annette Ilg (left) and Erin Noonan. Photography by Jimmy Gekas.

GUIDE CREDITS

The 2009-10 UC San Diego women’s basketball media guide is a production of the UCSD sports information office. It was written, edited, and designed by Ryan Hall, Associate A.D./Sports Information. Additional editing by Joe Tevelowitz, Sports Information Intern. Cover design by Hall. Photography by Jimmy Gekas and Ken Grosse.

1


2009-10 Roster 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

NUMERICAL No. 5 11 12 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 32

Name Emily Osga Daisy Feder Magdalena Usher Leilani Martin Chelsea Carlisle Annette Ilg Kristen Cabral Erin Noonan Tiffany Hunter Amy Griffith Lauren Freidenberg Charity Smith Erin Grady

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

Ht. 5-9 5-7 6-0 5-9 5-6 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-10

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

Hometown/Previous School San Diego, CA/Patrick Henry HS Santa Monica, CA/Santa Monica HS Irvine, CA/University HS Palo Alto, CA/Foothill College Agoura Hills, CA/Oaks Christian HS Avon Lake, OH/Avon Lake HS Fullerton, CA/Fullerton College Yorba Linda, CA/Rosary HS Fallbrook, CA/Mira Costa College Saratoga, CA/Valley Christian HS Seattle, WA/Interlake HS Pasadena, CA/College of the Canyons San Francisco, CA/St. Ignatious College Prep

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

Ht. 6-0 5-6 5-7 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-0

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

Hometown/Previous School Fullerton, CA/Fullerton College Agoura Hills, CA/Oaks Christian HS Santa Monica, CA/Santa Monica HS Seattle, WA/Interlake HS San Francisco, CA/St. Ignatious College Prep Saratoga, CA/Valley Christian HS Fallbrook, CA/Mira Costa College Avon Lake, OH/Avon Lake HS Palo Alto, CA/Foothill College Yorba Linda, CA/Rosary HS San Diego, CA/Patrick Henry HS Pasadena, CA/College of the Canyons Irvine, CA/University HS

ALPHABETICAL No. 21 15 11 25 32 24 23 20 14 22 5 30 12

Name Kristen Cabral Chelsea Carlisle Daisy Feder Lauren Freidenberg Erin Grady Amy Griffith Tiffany Hunter Annette Ilg Leilani Martin Erin Noonan Emily Osga Charity Smith Magdalena Usher

Head Coach: Charity Elliott (Missouri State, 1992) - 3rd season Assistant Coaches: Hanna Howard (University of Portland, 2005) - 3rd season Alexis Mezzetta (UCSD, 2008) - 2nd season Chris Elliott (Missouri State, 1991) - 1st season

2


2009-10 Schedule 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Date Nov. 8 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Dec. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 15 Dec. 18 Dec. 19 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Jan. 2 Jan. 3 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 26 Mar. 2 Mar. 5-6

Day Sunday Saturday Saturday Friday Saturday Tuesday Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday Saturday Sunday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Friday Saturday Tuesday Friday Saturday Wednesday Friday Tuesday Friday-Saturday

Opponent Stanford (Ex.) University of San Diego (Ex.) Grand Canyon Cal State San Bernardino* Cal Poly Pomona* Cal State East Bay* Biola University1 Alaska Fairbanks University1 Seattle Pacific2 Western Washington2 Cal State L.A.* Cal State Dominguez Hills* Chico State* Cal State Stanislaus* Cal State Monterey Bay* San Francisco State* Humboldt State* Sonoma State* Cal Poly Pomona* Cal State San Bernardino* Cal State Dominguez Hills * Cal State L.A.* Cal State Stanislaus* Chico State* Cal State East Bay* San Francisco State* Cal State Monterey Bay* Sonoma State* Humboldt State* CCAA Tournament First Round CCAA Tournament Final Four

*Denotes California Collegiate Athletic Association Game Home games denoted in bold, played in UCSD’s RIMAC Arena All Times are listed as Pacific Standard Time

Location Palo Alto, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Phoenix, Ariz. San Bernardino, Calif. Pomona, Calif. Hayward, Calif. UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego Los Angeles, Calif. Carson, Calif. UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego Arcata, Calif. Sonoma, Calif. UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego Turlock, Calif. Chico, Calif. UC San Diego San Francisco Monterey, Calif. UC San Diego UC San Diego TBA Arcata, Calif. 1

UCSD Classic Triton Holiday Classic

2

3

Time 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. TBA TBA


Head Coach Charity Elliott 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

CHARITY ELLIOTT chrisCARLSON HEAD COACH • THIRD SEASON MISSOURI STATE, 1992 Head Coach

UC Santa Barbara, 1993 UCSD Coaching Highlights Second Season • Led UCSD to consecutive NCAA Division II West Regional appearances in her first two seasons. • The Tritons’ 27 wins in 2008-09 tied a school record for single season victories. • UCSD finished with a 19-1 record in CCAA play in 2008-09, the program’s best finish since joining the conference. • The Tritons were ranked as high as No. 3 nationally in 2007-08.

Charity Elliott embarks on her third season as head coach at UC San Diego, having guided the Tritons to consecutive NCAA Division II West Regional Semifinal appearances in each of her first two years at the helm. 2008-09 proved to be a banner year for UCSD, as the Tritons tied the program’s all-time mark for victories, posted a near-flawless record in conference play, and earned a fourth straight NCAA Tournament berth.

Ranked as high as No. 7 nationally, UCSD finished with an overall record of 27-5 in 2008-09, tying the 2006-07 squad’s record for victories in a season. The Tritons were dominant in CCAA play, going 19-1 to capture the regular season championship and earn a No. 1 seed in the conference tournament. The mark was UCSD’s best since joining the CCAA in 2000-01 and was the top finish by any team in the league since the 2002-03 season. The Tritons won 15 games in a row during the run -- one shy of the program’s longest streak -- and Elliott was named the CCAA Coach of the Year for her performance. Despite an opening round loss to Cal State San Bernardino in the CCAA Tournament, the Tritons earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Division II West Regional in Seattle, where they knocked off league rival Cal State Dominguez Hills, 66-65, in the first round. UCSD’s season came to an end the following day with a narrow 52-49 defeat to eventual national semfinalist Alaska Anchorage. Under Elliott’s guidance, senior forward Michelle Osier was named the CCAA Most Valuable Player in 2008-09 and went on to earn Daktronics West Region Player of the Year accolades, as well. Osier set both the UCSD career rebounding (1,185) and steals (318) marks last season. Prior to her arrival on the La Jolla campus, Elliott spent three seasons as the head coach at Division I Portland State, where she led the Vikings to a remarkable turnaround during her tenure. After PSU finished with an overall record of 3-23 during her first year in

4


Head Coach Charity Elliott 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2004-05, the Vikings improved to 12-16 and 6-8 in the Big Sky Conference during her second season. The nine-win improvement ranked among the nation’s top 20 and Portland State qualified for the Big Sky Tournament for the first time since 2002-03. Before taking the Portland State job, Elliott served as an assistant coach for Arkansas for one season, helping the Razorbacks to a record of 16-12. Prior to that, she served as head coach at Cal Baptist for two seasons, where she guided the Lancers to a 16-16 record in 2002-03, snapping the program’s run of 10 consecutive losing seasons. She has also served in an assistant capacity with Southwest Baptist (a Division II school that compiled a 56-28 record during her three years), Southwest Missouri State (her alma mater), and San Diego State (under head coach Beth Burns in 1993-94). Elliott began her collegiate basketball career at Rice University, where she played for two seasons. She averaged 16 points per game as a sophomore before transferring to Southwest Missouri State (now Missouri State). While at SMS, Elliott guided the Bears to a 31-3 record as a senior and the program’s first-ever Final Four appearance in 1992. An integral part of one of the most successful teams in program history, she ranked in the top 10 nationally in free throw percentage and was named SMS’ Woman of the Year at the end of the 1991-92 season. The Bears posted a 57-8 record during her two-year career. After graduating from Southwest Missouri State with a degree in psychology, Elliott began her coaching career as an assistant at San Diego State, where she helped coach the Aztecs to a 26-5 record and an NCAA Tournament appearance in 1993-94. Elliott then returned to Springfield, Mo. to join Cheryl Burnett’s staff at her alma mater. She spent two seasons as an assistant at Missouri State, helping the Bears post a combined record of 46-17 with two Big Dance appearances. Elliott also earned her masters in education while at Southwest Baptist. She resides in San Diego with her husband Chris, a member of the Triton coaching staff this season.

UCSD ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Charity Elliott Janell Jones Judy Malone Shirley Peterson Ron Carter TOTALS

Years

Record

Pct.

2007- present 2005-07 1976-2005 1973-76 1971-73 1971-2009 (38)

52-15 50-10 411-327 30-25 24-7 567-384

.776 .833 .557 .545 .774 .596

5


Coaching Staff 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

HANNA HOWARD ASSISTANT COACH • THIRD SEASON UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND, 2005

Also returning for her third season at UC San Diego is assistant coach Hanna

Howard. A former standout at the University of Portland, Howard was hired as the top assistant on head coach Charity Elliott’s staff in 2007. In her first season on the UCSD campus, Howard helped guide the Tritons to an impressive overall record of 25-10 and a 14-6 conference mark. Ranked as high as No. 3 in the nation during the season, the Tritons advanced to the California Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament championship game and then to the NCAA West Regional Semifinals, where they lost to Seattle Pacific.

UCSD was even better last season, recording a school-record-tying 27 victories against five losses and posting a near-perfect record of 19-1 in CCAA play. That mark was UCSD’s best finish in conference play since joining the CCAA for the 2000-01 season and the league’s best finish overall in six years. The Tritons received a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament and defeated Cal State Dominguez Hills, before suffering a 52-49 defeat to Alaska Anchorage. A four-year letterwinner at Portland, Seltzer had her senior year cut short after a tearing a ligament in her knee early during the 2004-05 season. She graduated with a degree in Organizational Communication in the spring of 2005 and concluded her collegiate career with averages of 6.6 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 2.4 assists in four seasons with the Pilots. Immediately following her graduation from Portland, Howard began working as the Executive Assistant to the President and Owner of a wireless retail store in the Portland area. It did not take long for the Ashland, Oregon native to realize the passion she still had for the game of basketball and begin to pursue a career in coaching. Howard is actively involved in all aspects of coaching, including recruiting, scheduling, and player development. She also oversees the program’s scouting and video operations. Howard and her husband Marques were married in September and reside in La Jolla.

6


Coaching Staff 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALEXIS MEZZETTA ASSISTANT COACH • SECOND SEASON UC SAN DIEGO, 2008

F

ormer UCSD standout Alexis Mezzetta returns for her second season as an assistant coach with the Tritons in 2009-10. Mezzetta joined the UCSD coaching staff prior to last season following a very successul playing career from 2004-08. Mezzetta helped guide the Tritons to three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances during her time at UCSD, including a trip to the Final Four in 2006-07. She posted career averages of 3.7 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 2.4 assists in a total of 102 games as a Triton. As a senior Mezzetta averaged 5.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, and a team-high 4.5 assists. The Sonoma, Calif. native also finished her career ranked in the top 10 in several categories at UCSD. She currently ranks second all-time in career assists at the Division II level with 247, eigth in career games played with 102, seventh in career three-pointers made with 54, and eighth in career steals with 97. During her four years with the program, the Tritons recorded an overall record of 92-30. Mezzetta graduated from UCSD in 2008 with a degree in Biology. She handles many of the day-to-day operations for the program including film exchange, facilities, and scouting. She is also actively involved in recruiting and travel.

CHRIS ELLIOTT ASSISTANT COACH • FIRST SEASON MISSOURI STATE, 1991

The one new face on the Triton coaching staff in 2009-10 is Chris Elliott. Elliott comes to UCSD after spending the last two years with Synergy Sports Technologies, a company that provides game video editing and analysis for the NBA, the NBA Developemental League, NCAA Division I games, and several major European Leagues. Chris Elliott coached alongside his wife, Charity, at Portland State from 200407, helping rebuild the Viking’s program and leading the team to consecutive Big Sky Tournament appearances. Prior to his stint at Portland State, Elliott spent the 2003-04 season as the strength and conditioning coach for the women’s basketball program at Arkansas. He also served as an assistant alongside Charity Elliott at Cal Baptist from 2001-03. Elliott earned a Bachelor of Science from Southwest Missouri State (now Missouri State) in 1991. He also attended the University of Miami (FL) and was a defensive back on Hurricanes’ 1983 National Championship team.

7


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

20 • ANNETTE ILG GUARD • 5-10 • SENIOR AVON LAKE, OHIO • AVON LAKE HS AS A JUNIOR IN 2008-09: One of four Triton players to start all 32 games last season… Ranked fourth on the team averaging 9.8 points per game… Was one of UCSD’s top three-point shooters, hitting 32 of her 92 attempts, 34.8%… Dished out 73 assists, the third-highest total on the squad… Led Triton guards and ranked fourth overall averaging just under four rebounds per contest… Her 56 steals were second only to Michelle Osiers’ 79… Scored in double figures in UCSD’s first five games of the season and finished with 10 points or more 17 times… Shot 6-of-10 from the field and 4-of-8 from behind the three-point arc en route to a career-high 21 points in UCSD’s 69-63 win at Cal State Dominguez Hills on ILG’S CAREER-HIGHS February 6… Her six field goals and four threes were also career bests… Had Points another big perfomance against the Toros in the first round of the NCAA Division II 21 at CSU Dominguez Hills 2/6/09 West Regional in Seattle, scoring 15 points and hitting the game-winning shot as time expired… Finished with 16 points on 6-of-12 shooting to help lead the Tritons Field Goals Made 6 at CSU Dominguez Hills 2/6/09 to a 73-60 victory over Hawaii-Pacific on the second day of the Mt. McKinley Bank 6 vs. Hawaii-Pacific 11/28/08 North Star Invitational in November… Hit all three of her attempts from behind the arc and finished with 13 points in the regular season finale at Cal State Stanislaus Field Goals Attempted 13 at Humboldt State 1/31/09 February 27… Hauled in a career-high eight rebounds four times during the season, including back-to-back games against Cal State San Bernardino and San 3-Pointers Made Francisco State in February… Dished out a career-high five assists in consecutive 4 at CSU Dominguez Hills 2/6/09 games at Cal State Monterey Bay and San Francisco State in January… Had at 3-Pointers Attempted least one three in 19 of the team’s 32 games on the season. 8 at CSU Dominguez Hills 2/6/09 AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007-08: Made a total of 34 appearances off the bench during her second season at UCSD… Averaged 2.7 points and 1.2 rebounds in 10.0 minutes per game… Led the team in three-point shooting at 54% (7-13)… Was a perfect 4-for-4 from the field on the way to a career-high 11 points in the Tritons’ loss to Chico State in the CCAA Tournament Championship game… She also set career marks for field goals made and attempted in that contest… Pulled down a career-best four rebounds on three occasions, including UCSD’s home win over Cal State Monterey Bay on January 26… Made all three of her shots, two of which came from behind the three-point arc, and finished with eight points at Cal State L.A. January 12.

Free Throws Made 6 vs. CSU Dominguez Hills 3/13/09 6 Cal State Monterey Bay 2/21/09

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006-07: Appeared in eight games for the Tritons, playing a total of 28 minutes... Scored six points and grabbed five rebounds on the year.

Steals 5 at Chico State

Free Throws Attempted 9 Cal State Monterey Bay 2/21/09 Rebounds 8 four times, most recently San Francisco State 2/20/09 Assists 5 three times, most recently at San Francisco State 1/17/09 2/26/09

Blocked Shots

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of Avon Lake High School in Avon Lake, 1 four times, most recently vs. Alaska Anchorage 3/14/09 Ohio... Lettered in soccer, basketball, and track and field... Played basketball for coach Amy Manco... Earned all-district honors twice in soccer and once apiece in basketball and track... Was a state qualifier in track and had personal bests of 12.5 seconds in the 100 meters and 58.8 seconds in the 400 meters... Scored 17 goals and had 12 assists as a senior in soccer... Was her class representative on the student council and was the Spanish Club president. PERSONAL: Born March 17, 1988... Parents are Stephen and Anna Ilg... Is the second youngest of eight children... Six older siblings are named Timothy, Christopher, Elizabeth, Stephen, Rebecca and Angela, while her little sister is named

8


2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Rachel... Roots for the Cleveland Cavliers and her favorite athlete, LeBron James… Is also a big fan of all UCSD teams… Her favorite movie is Elf… Shooting the last-second jumper to beat Cal State Dominguez Hills and advance in the Regionals last season is her most memorable moment in sports… When she’s not playing basketball, she enjoys playing sports outside, laying out, shopping or hanging out with friends… Is a Biochemistry major at Earl Warren College… Aspires to work in medicine after graduating from UCSD.

ILG’S CAREER STATS Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg 8 0 28 3.5 34 0 341 10.0 32 32 964 30.1 74 32 1333 18.0

OVERALL FG FGA Pct 1 4 .250 33 73 .452 112 262 .427 146 339 .431

3-POINT FG FGA Pct FT FTA 0 0 .000 4 9 7 13 .538 19 30 32 92 .348 58 88 39 105 .371 81 127

9

REBOUNDING Pct Off Def Tot Avg .444 1 4 5 0.6 .633 13 28 41 1.2 .659 28 98 126 3.9 .638 42 130 172 2.3

PF 3 33 54 90

FO Ast 0 0 0 20 1 73 1 93

TO 4 32 57 93

Blk 0 1 3 4

Stl 2 19 56 77

Pts 6 92 314 412

Avg 0.8 2.7 9.8 5.6


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

22 • ERIN NOONAN FORWARD • 6-0 • SENIOR YORBA LINDA, CALIF. • ROSARY HS AS A JUNIOR IN 2008-09: Appeared in 21 games on the year, making 19 starts… Missed the final 11 games of the regular season with an injury but returned for UCSD’s contests with Cal State Dominguez Hills and Alaska Anchorage… Averaged 6.7 points in 30.9 minutes per game… Was third on the team hauling in 4.2 rebounds per night… UCSD’s top three-pointer shooter, connecting on 38% (14-37) of her attempts… Also shot better than 75% (43-57) at the free-throw line, which was second on the squad… Scored 10 points or more six times and led the Tritons in scoring on three occasions… Shot 5-of-8 from the field, including 2-of-3 from downtown on the way to a careerhigh 17 points against Cal State Dominguez Hills on January 3… Also finished with three NOONAN’S CAREER-HIGHS rebounds and three assists in that contest, helping UCSD knock off the Toros, 66-56… Hit two threes and finished with 13 points in the Tritons’ 67-56 win over Points Sonoma State on December 6… Scored 12 points and grabbed seven boards 17 CSU Dominguez Hills 1/3/09 to help UCSD defeat Alaska University 66-56 and claim the Mt. McKinley Bank Field Goals Made North Star Invitational title on November 29… Tied a career mark with three triples 7 at Seattle Pacific 3/15/08 and finished with 12 points at San Francisco State on January 17… Tallied eight Field Goals Attempted points to go with season-bests of eight rebounds and six assists against Cal State 15 vs. Sonoma State 3/7/08 Stanislaus on January 23. AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007-08: Had an excellent sophomore campaign, starting all 35 games for the Tritons… Finished the year averaging 6.7 points, 3.9 rebounds, and 2.4 assists… Was fourth on the team in scoring and rebounding… Scored in double figures 10 times, two of which came in postseason play… Was a perfect 6-of-6 from the field and finished with a career-high 15 points in UCSD’s win over Cal State Dominguez Hills on January 11… Finished with 14 points and seven rebounds in the second meeting with the Toros on February 16… Set a new career mark with seven field goals made on the way to 14 points in the matchup with Seattle Pacific in the NCAA West Regional Semifinals… Tied a career-high with three triples en route to 13 total points to help lead UCSD past Sonoma State in the CCAA Tournament on March 7… Dished out a career-high seven assists against Grand Canyon December 16 and then tied that mark against SPU 12 days later. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006-07: Played in 27 contests during her rookie season at UCSD... Scored four points and pulled down six rebounds in her first collegiate game, playing 12 minutes in the 79-69 home loss to Chico State... Grabbed two boards in 11 minutes of play in the 97-57 win over Cal State Stanislaus on December 2... Had four points and three boards in eight minutes of action in the 8751 win over Western New Mexico on December 29... Finished with four points and five rebounds in 14 minutes of play in the 78-54 victory over Cal Poly Pomona on January 20... Scored a career-high 11 points on 3-for-4 shooting from the 3-point line in the 91-71 win at San Francisco State on January 26... Added five points and six rebounds in the 75-62 win at Cal Poly Pomona on February 23.

3-Pointers Made 3 four times, most recently at San Francisco State 1/17/09 3-Pointers Attempted 6 vs. Sonoma State

3/7/08

Free Throws Made 10 at Alaska Fairbanks

11/29/08

Free Throws Attempted 12 at Alaska Fairbanks

11/29/08

Rebounds 9 at CSU San Bernardino 2/22/08 9 San Francisco State 1/25/08 Assists 7 Seattle Pacific 7 Grand Canyon

12/28/07 12/16/07

Steals 4 at Cal Poly Pomona 1/10/09 4 at Western Washington 11/22/08 Blocked Shots 2 three times, most recently at San Francisco State 1/17/09

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of Rosary High School in Fullerton, Calif... Helped team to a 19-8 overall record and a 4-2 league mark as a senior... The team qualified for the CIF semifinals in 2006... Averaged 13.0 points, 6.1 rebounds,

10


2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2.3 steals, and 1.9 assists per game... Played club basketball for Super Flo from April to October of 2005 and for Nike Swish from March 2006 to October 2006. PERSONAL: Born November 26, 1987... Parents are Paul and Maureen Noonan... Has an older brother named Sean... Dennis Rodman is her favorite athlete… Loves the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory… Her hobbies include spending time with friends, going to the beach, traveling, and relaxing… Going to the Division II Final Four her freshman season is her top sporting memory… Is a Human Development major in Thurgood Marshall College… After graduating from UCSD, she plans on getting her masters in nursing and pursuing a career as a pediatric nurse.

NOONAN’S CAREER STATS Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg 27 0 227 8.4 35 35 1033 29.5 21 19 649 30.9 83 54 1909 23.0

OVERALL FG FGA Pct 15 40 .375 92 232 .397 42 112 .375 149 384 .388

3-POINT FG FGA Pct FT FTA 4 18 .222 10 13 16 61 .262 36 51 14 37 .378 43 57 34 116 .293 89 121

11

REBOUNDING Pct Off Def Tot Avg .769 15 38 53 2.0 .706 41 95 136 3.9 .754 17 72 89 4.2 .736 73 205 278 3.5

PF FO Ast 18 0 9 70 0 84 30 0 60 118 0 153

TO 5 48 24 77

Blk 3 7 10 20

Stl 6 38 33 77

Pts 44 236 141 421

Avg 1.6 6.7 6.7 5.1


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

14 • LEILANI MARTIN GUARD • 5-9 • SENIOR PALO ALTO, CALIF. • FOOTHILL COLLEGE AS A JUNIOR IN 2008-09: Started all 32 games in her first season as a Triton, averaging 7.4 points and 3.8 rebounds… Was second on the team dishing out 2.8 assists per game… Led UCSD guards and was second overall with 19 blocks on the year… Averaged just under 29 minutes per contest… Hit 5-of-7 shots and scored 13 points in UCSD’s seasonopener against Dixie State on November 16… Also grabbed a season-high seven boards in her Triton debut… Scored a career-best 17 points and hauled in five rebounds to help lead MARTIN’S CAREER-HIGHS the Tritons to an 84-66 victory at Cal State L.A. on February 7… Followed that up with another Points outstanding effort against Cal Poly Pomona six 17 at Cal State L.A. 2/7/09 days later, finishing with 14 points on 5-of-6 shooting and six rebounds… Scored in Field Goals Made double figures on seven other occasions during the season… Dished out a career5 four times, most recently high eight assists in UCSD’s win over San Diego Christian December 30. Cal Poly Pomona 2/13/09 FOOTHILL COLLEGE: Played basketball for two seasons at Foothill College under head coach Jody Craig… Helped team to undefeated 2007-08 season, winning Coast Conference Championship, earning the top seed in Northern California, and advancing to the State Championship game… Honored as a Coast Conference Honorable Mention selection during both seasons, and as part of the All-League Team in 2006-07.

Field Goals Attempted 13 at Sonoma State

3-Pointers Attempted 3 Holy Family

11/27/08

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of Burlingame High School, where she finished as California’s second all-time leader in assists… Selected to the All-San Mateo County Team, named Athlete of the Week in the San Mateo Times and the 2006 Burlingame High School Senior Female Athlete of the Year… Also played club basketball for the San Jose Jammers.

Free Throws Made 7 at Cal State L.A.

2/7/09

PERSONAL: Born January 26, 1988… Parents are Willie and Mercy Martin… Has two older siblings named Robyn and Malie… Her cousin is former baseball player Benny Agbayani… Roots for the New York Giants and Duke Blue Devils… Allen Iverson is her favorite athlete… Loves the Kill Bill movies… Interests include music, art, graphic design, and spending time at the beach… Is a Music major in Sixth College… Hopes to help UCSD win a national championship.

1/30/09

3-Pointers Made 1 three times, most recently at San Francisco State 1/17/09

Free Throws Attempted 10 San Francisco State 10 at Cal State L.A.

2/20/09 2/7/09

Rebounds 7 four times, most recently vs. Alaska Anchorage 3/14/09 Assists 8 San Diego Christian

12/30/08

Steals 3 five times, most recently CSU San Bernardino 2/14/09 Blocked Shots 3 at Chico State 2/26/09 3 at CSU San Bernardino 1/9/09

MARTIN’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg 32 32 922 28.8 32 32 922 28.8

OVERALL FG FGA Pct 77 211 .365 77 211 .365

3-POINT REBOUNDING FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF 3 14 .214 79 132 .598 35 87 122 3.8 83 3 14 .214 79 132 .598 35 87 122 3.8 83

12

FO Ast 2 91 2 91

TO 82 82

Blk 19 19

Stl 40 40

Pts Avg 236 7.4 236 7.4


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

21 • KRISTEN CABRAL FORWARD • 6-0 • SENIOR FULLERTON, CALIF. • FULLERTON COLLEGE AS A JUNIOR IN 2008-09: Appeared in all 32 games off the bench in her first season at UCSD… Averaged 3.5 points and 2.1 rebounds in 13.2 minutes per game… Sank 6-of-11 three-point attempts, 54.5%… Scored a season-high 13 points to help UCSD defeat Sonoma State on the road January 30… Also grabbed six boards against the Seawolves… Scored three points to go with career bests of seven boards and four assists against Cal State Monterey Bay on February 21… Hit all four of her shots and finished with nine points in the Tritons’ win at Cal Poly Pomona on January 10.

CABRAL’S CAREER-HIGHS

FULLERTON COLLEGE: Attended Fullerton College for two years prior to transferring to UC San Diego. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2005 graduate of Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, Calif., where she was named team MVP in 2004 and 2005… Led team to the playoffs in consecutive seasons for the first time in 20 years… A First Team All-League honoree in 2004 and 2005 and a member of the Orange County High School AllStar Team… Recorded career bests of 12 points and 10 rebounds. PERSONAL: Born March 27, 1987… Parents are John Cabral and Cecilia Minton… Has an older brother named Phillip… She roots for anyone but the L.A. Lakers… Allen Iverson and Dirk Nowitzki are her two favorite players… A League of Their Own tops her movie list… Going 19-1 in CCAA play last season is her most memorable sporting moment… Is a Biochemistry major in Revelle College… Aspires to become a pharmacist or pursue a career as a physicians assistant.

Points 13 at Sonoma State

1/30/09

Field Goals Made 4 at Cal Poly Pomona

1/10/09

Field Goals Attempted 8 Cal State Stanislaus

1/23/09

3-Pointers Made 1 six times, most recently at Chico State

2/26/09

3-Pointers Attempted 2 three times, most recently vs. Alaska Anchorage 3/14/09 Free Throws Made 6 at Sonoma State

1/30/09

Free Throws Attempted 6 at Sonoma State 6 at San Francisco State

1/30/09 1/17/09

Rebounds 7 Cal State Monterey Bay 2/21/09 Assists 4 Cal State Monterey Bay 2/21/09 Steals 2 three times, most recently Cal State Monterey Bay 2/21/09 Blocked Shots 1 at Sonoma State

1/30/09

CABRAL’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg 32 0 422 13.2 32 0 422 13.2

OVERALL FG FGA Pct 40 93 .430 40 93 .430

3-POINT REBOUNDING FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF 6 11 .545 25 40 .625 24 44 68 2.1 46 6 11 .545 25 40 .625 24 44 68 2.1 46

13

FO Ast 0 12 0 12

TO 61 61

Blk 1 1

Stl 14 14

Pts Avg 111 3.5 111 3.5


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

23 • TIFFANY HUNTER FORWARD • 5-10 • JUNIOR FALLBROOK, CALIF. • MIRA COSTA COLLEGE MIRA COSTA COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Mira Costa College before transferring to UCSD… A two-time All-Pacific Coast Conference selection for head coach Dan Mulville… Averaged 18.4 points and 9.7 rebounds in 54 games for the Spartans… Scored in double figures 51 times in two seasons… Also recorded 27 double-doubles… Led the team to a 17-10 record as a team captain her sophomore season. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2007 graduate of Fallbrook High School, where she was a four-year varsity letterwinner and three-year team captain… Was named the North County Times Player of the Year after averaging 18 points and 12 rebounds as a senior… Helped guide FHS to its first Avocado League title in 22 years that season. PERSONAL: Born December 15, 1988… Parents are JP Hunter and Harinder Grewal… Has a younger sister named Ashley… Roots for the San Diego Chargers and Padres, as well as the Cleveland Cavaliers… LeBron James, Steve Nash, and LaDainain Tomlinson are her personal heroes… The Hangover, The Notebook, and Superbad top her movie list… Lists winning the league championship as a senior in high school as her most memorable moment playing sports… When she’s not on the court, she enjoys working out, hanging out with family and friends, reading, scrapbooking, or traveling… Is a Political Science major in Eleanor Roosevelt College… After graduating from UCSD, she plans on attending law school to pursue a career in sports law or international business.

14


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

30 • CHARITY SMITH CENTER • 6-1 • JUNIOR PASADENA, CALIF. • COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS: Played two seasons at College of the Canyons before transferring to UCSD this fall… Averaged 15 points and nine rebounds for head coach Greg Herrick… Named to the All-California Community College Athletic Association Second Team… Also named the CCCAA’s Female Athlete of the Month in January 2009. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2007 graduate of Palmdale High School, where she was a fouryear letterwinner for the Falcons. PERSONAL: Born January 8, 1989… Parents are Raymond and Dapheney Smith… Has five siblings named Sundei, Hope, Temperance, Raymond, and Omega… Favorite athlete is Shaquille O’Neal and she roots for whichever team he is playing for… Loves the movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall… Can be found drawing or reading in her spare time… Is a Psychology major at Muir College… Has plans to pursue a career as a counselor in the future.

15


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

11 • DAISY FEDER GUARD • 5-7 • SOPHOMORE SANTA MONICA, CALIF. • SANTA MONICA HS AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008-09: Injuries limited her to just six games and a total of 54 minutes as rookie… Finished the season with averages of 2.7 points and 2.0 rebounds… Scored a season-best seven points and hauled in four boards in 17 minutes against San Diego Christian on December 30… Saw time in UCSD’s next contest, finishing with five points and four rebounds to help lead the Tritons past Cal State L.A., 79-59. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 graduate of Santa Monica High School, where she was named the 2007-08 Ocean League MVP… Advanced to playoffs during all four years of FEDER’S CAREER-HIGHS high school, reaching the CIF Quarterfinals in 2006-07 and 2007-08… A Second Team All-CIF selection with career bests of 34 points, 12 rebounds, nine assists, Points and six steals… Also recorded a personal best of 5’4” in the high jump as a member 7 San Diego Christian 12/30/08 of the track & field team… Played club ball for Hoop 4 Life and the Santa Monica Field Goals Made Surf. 2

PERSONAL: Born December 17, 1989… Parents are Tom Feder and Mahvash Navazesh… Both of her parents work in the dentistry field… Has a younger sister named Lily… Roots for the L.A. Lakers and other Triton teams… Kobe Bryant is her favorite athlete… Hitting nine three-pointers in a club game is her top memory playing hoops… Is an undeclared major in Marshall College… Personal goals include being healthy, having a family and a successful career, and possibly playing overseas… Laying by the pool, hanging out with family and friends, and working to have a unique wardrobe are a few of her hobbies.

San Diego Christian

12/30/08

Field Goals Attempted 7 San Diego Christian

12/30/08

3-Pointers Made 1 at CSU Monterey Bay

1/16/09

3-Pointers Attempted 3 three times, most recently al CSU Monterey Bay 1/16/09 Free Throws Made 3 Cal State L.A. 3 San Diego Christian Free Throws Attempted 5 Cal State L.A.

1/2/09 12/30/08 1/2/09

Rebounds 4 Cal State L.A. 4 San Diego Christian Assists 2 Cal State L.A.

1/2/09 12/30/08 1/2/09

Steals 2 San Diego Christian

12/30/08

FEDER’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg 6 0 54 9.0 6 0 54 9.0

OVERALL FG FGA Pct 4 16 .250 4 16 .250

3-POINT REBOUNDING FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF 1 9 .111 7 11 .636 2 10 12 2.0 4 1 9 .111 7 11 .636 2 10 12 2.0 4

16

FO Ast 0 3 0 3

TO 4 4

Blk 0 0

Stl 3 3

Pts Avg 16 2.7 16 2.7


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

12 • MAGDALENA USHER FORWARD • 6-0 • SOPHOMORE IRVINE, CALIF. • UNIVERSITY HS AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008-09: Made eight appearances, totalling 44 minutes in her first season as a Triton… Hit both of her shots and finished with four points against San Diego Christian College on December 30. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 graduate of University High School in Irvine, Calif., where she helped her team to the CIF Finals and a Conference Championship in 2006… Scored 19 points and hauled in eight rebounds in the CIF Championship game… Named First Team All-CIF, was an Orange County All-Senior Team selection, and earned Pacific Coast League Second Team recognition… Recorded career bests of 25 points, 14 rebounds, and five threepointers in one contest… Competed as part of the OC Magic and Cal Swish club USHER’S CAREER-HIGHS basketball teams. PERSONAL: Born February 2, 1990… Parents are Jeffrey and Dana Usher… Her father played basketball and golf while attending the University of Dubuque… Has a younger sister named Macy, who plays soccer at Sonoma State… Pulls for the L.A. Lakers and Angels… Kobe Bryant is her favorite athlete… Love Actually tops her movie list… Can be found reading, going to the beach, swimming, or shopping in her spare time… Is a Communications major in Sixth College.

Points 4 San Diego Christian

12/30/08

Field Goals Made 2 San Diego Christian

12/30/08

Field Goals Attempted 4 Cal State L.A.

1/2/09

3-Pointers Made 0 3-Pointers Attempted 1 at Cal State Stanislaus 1 Cal State L.A.

2/27/09 1/2/09

Free Throws Made 1 at Cal State Stanislaus 1 Cal State L.A.

2/27/09 1/2/09

Free Throws Attempted 2 at Cal State Stanislaus 2 Cal State L.A.

2/27/09 1/2/09

Rebounds 4 Cal State L.A.

1/2/09

Assists 1 Cal State L.A. 1 San Diego Christian Blocked Shots 2 Cal State L.A.

1/2/09 12/30/08 1/2/09

USHER’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg 8 0 44 5.5 8 0 44 5.5

OVERALL FG FGA Pct 3 9 .333 3 9 .333

3-POINT REBOUNDING FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF 0 2 .000 2 4 .500 2 5 7 0.9 3 0 2 .000 2 4 .500 2 5 7 0.9 3

17

FO Ast 0 2 0 2

TO 4 4

Blk 2 2

Stl 0 0

Pts Avg 8 1.0 8 1.0


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

15 • CHELSEA CARLISLE GUARD • 5-6 • SOPHOMORE AGOURA HILLS, CALIF. • OAKS CHRISTIAN HS 2008-09 CCAA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008-09: Joined the Tritons in December and quickly established herself as one of the team’s primary weapons… Played in UCSD’s last 24 games of the season, getting the starting nod in the final 13… Was second on the team in scoring at 13.2 points per game… Averaged a team-high 3.9 assists per night… Also led the team with 40 three-pointers made… Named the CCAA Freshman of the Year at the end of the season… Led the Tritons in scoring seven times, including both NCAA West Regional contests… Had a brilliant performance at Humboldt State CARLISLE’S CAREER-HIGHS on January 31, scoring a season-high 30 points on 9-for-20 shooting to lead UCSD to a 86-84 overtime victory… Hit the Points game-winning triple as time expired… Also finished with seven rebounds, two 30 at Humboldt State 1/31/09 assists, and five steals against the Lumberjacks… The 30 points was the highest Field Goals Made scoring output by a Triton in 2008-09… Reached the 20 point plateau on two 9 at Humboldt State 1/31/09 other occasions and scored 10 or more 18 times during the season… Scored 12 Field Goals Attempted points and dished out 10 assists against Cal State Monterey Bay on February 21. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 graduate of Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, Calif., where she helped the team win four consecutive league titles… A two-time First Team All-CIF Southern Section honoree, she was named the Ventura County Coaches Player of the Year after averaging 23 points per game as a senior… Also named First Team All-State Division IV in 2008… Ranked sixth all-time in CIF SS with 252 career three-pointers made… Finished her career at OCHS as the school’s career leader in points, assists, and steals… Played club basketball with the BBG from 2003-07. PERSONAL: Born January 26, 1990… Parents are Jeff and Melinda Carlisle… Has two older brothers named Kellen and Brendan… Her father played basketball at UCSD in 1970-71 before transfering to Cal… Roots for the L.A. Lakers and their superstar Kobe Bryant… Anchorman is her favorite movie… Is an undeclared major in Sixth College… Wants to do something she’s passionate about after graduation… Enjoys spending time with friends and family, going to the beach, and playing sports in her spare time.

20 at Humboldt State

1/31/09

3-Pointers Made 4 vs. Alaska Anchorage 4 Cal State Stanislaus

3/14/09 1/23/09

3-Pointers Attempted 9 at Humboldt State

1/31/09

Free Throws Made 14 at Sonoma State

1/30/09

Free Throws Attempted 14 at Sonoma State

1/30/09

Rebounds 8 at Chico State 8 at San Francisco State

2/26/09 1/17/09

Assists 10 Cal State Monterey Bay 2/21/09 Steals 5 at Cal State L.A 5 at Humboldt State

2/7/09 1/31/09

Blocked Shots 1 five times, most recently vs. Alaska Anchorage 3/14/09

CARLISLE’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg 24 13 693 28.9 24 13 693 28.9

OVERALL FG FGA Pct 108 246 .439 108 246 .439

3-POINT REBOUNDING FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF 40 118 .339 61 78 .782 9 83 92 3.8 42 40 118 .339 61 78 .782 9 83 92 3.8 42

18

FO Ast 0 93 0 93

TO 65 65

Blk 5 5

Stl 43 43

Pts Avg 317 13.2 317 13.2


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

25 • LAUREN FREIDENBERG CENTER • 6-1 • SOPHOMORE SEATTLE, WASH. • INTERLAKE HS AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008-09: Played in all 32 games off the bench as a rookie… Posted per game averages of 1.6 points and 2.1 rebounds… Was second on the team shooting 48.9% (24-47) from the field… Hit all three of her shots and finished with a season-high six points at Humboldt State on January 31… Scored four points and grabbed six boards against Hawaii-Pacific in the Mt. McKinley Bank North Star Invite on November 28… Finished with four points on five other occasions. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 graduate of Interlake High School in Bellevue, Wash., where she led the team to their best record in five years… Received numerous honors, including FREIDENBERG’S CAREER-HIGHS All-Conference First Team, 2008 All-Reporter Team by the BellevueReporter.com, and 2008 All-America High School Girls Basketball Team by the Jewish Sports Points Review… Averaged 15.4 rebounds per game, finishing tops in conference and 6 at Humboldt State 1/31/09 second overall in the state of Washington… Also averaged 14.7 points, 1.5 assists, Field Goals Made 1.3 steals, and 4.5 blocks per game… Shot 52% from the field and recorded a 3 at Humboldt State 1/31/09 career-high of 30 points in a single game, while adding 13 rebounds and six blocks Field Goals Attempted in that contest… Played AAU basketball for the Northwest Heat Navy. 4

PERSONAL: Born March 7, 1990… Parents are David and Deanna Freidenberg… Has a twin sister named Julia and an older brother named Aaron… Julia is a member of the UCSD volleyball team… Roots for the Seattle Mariners and Dallas Mavericks… Dirk Nowitzki is her favorite athlete… Hotel Rwanda is at the top of her favorite films list… When she’s not playing basketball, she enjoys skiing, reading, watching movies, going to the beach, shopping, or listening to music… Is a Human Development major in Roosevelt College… Plans to go to medical school and become a medical researcher in the future.

three times, most recently Humboldt State 12/5/08

Free Throws Made 3 at Cal State Stanislaus

2/27/09

Free Throws Attempted 6 at Cal State Stanislaus

2/27/09

Rebounds 6 Cal State L.A. 6 vs. Hawaii-Pacific

1/2/09 11/28/08

Assists 2 Cal State L.A.

1/2/09

Steals 4 at CSU Monterey Bay

1/16/09

Blocked Shots 2 at CSU Monterey Bay

1/16/09

FREIDENBERG’S CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg 32 0 297 9.3 32 0 297 9.3

OVERALL FG FGA Pct 23 47 .489 23 47 .489

3-POINT REBOUNDING FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF 0 0 .000 5 11 .455 33 35 68 2.1 26 0 0 .000 5 11 .455 33 35 68 2.1 26

19

FO Ast 0 9 0 9

TO 21 21

Blk 4 4

Stl 11 11

Pts Avg 51 1.6 51 1.6


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

5 • EMILY OSGA GUARD • 5-9 • FRESHMAN SAN DIEGO, CALIF. • PATRICK HENRY HS HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Patrick Henry High School in San Diego… Named the All-CIF Division I Player of the Year after averaging 20 points, 10.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists, and 6.4 steals per game as a senior… Also named Eastern League MVP and the San Diego Union Tribune City Zone Athlete of the Year… Led the Patriots to conference titles as a sophomore and a junior… Also competed in cross country at PHHS, earning back-to-back individual Eastern League Championships as a sophomore and junior. PERSONAL: Born July 8, 1991… Parents are Glenn Osga and Barbara WelshOsga… Has an older brother named Ryan and an older sister named Lauren… Roots for the UConn Huskies sincer her dad is from Connecticut… Is a fan of Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi, and Renee Montgomery, all UConn grads… Leading her team to an undefeated league season and hitting a game-winning shot from half court are her top basketball memories… Hobbies include playing different sports and working with ceramics… Is an undeclared major in Revelle College.

24 • AMY GRIFFITH FORWARD • 6-0 • FRESHMAN SARATOGA, CALIF. • VALLEY CHRISTIAN HS HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Valley Christian High School in San Jose, Calif.… Led the Warriors to consecutive Central Coast Section Championships as a sophomore and junior… Averaged 10 points, eight rebounds, and two steals as a junior… Named the team’s Most Improved Player in 2007-08… Competed with the High Intensity club team… Also played water polo for VCHS. PERSONAL: Born December 10, 1990… Parents are Paul and Mary Griffith… Has two older brothers named Randy and Reese and an older sister named Mary… Is a fan of the San Jose Sharks, San Francisco Giants, and Golden State Warriors… Tim Lincecum is her favorite athlete… The Game and The Time Traveler’s Wife are two of her favorite flicks… Lists winning Valley Christian High School’s first Central Coast Section Championship in 2006 as her top sporting memory… Enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, snowboarding, wakeboarding, tubing, horseback riding, and sleeping in her spare time… Is an undeclared major in Muir College but is leaning towards a career in the medical field.

20


Player Profiles 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

32 • ERIN GRADY FORWARD • 5-10 • FRESHMAN SAN FRANCISO, CALIF. • ST. IGNACIOUS COLLEGE PREP HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Saint Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco, Calif.… Was a three-year varsity starter for the Wildcats… An All-West Catholic Athletic League First Team selection after averaging 13 points and nine rebounds as a senior… Named to the All-Metro Honorable Mention team and took home MVP honors at the San Francisco Women’s Basketball All Star Game… Also competed in volleyball for S.I., becoming the first woman in school history to earn WCAL First Team honors in both basketball and volleyball. PERSONAL: Born April 28, 1991… Parents are Kevin and Margaret Grady… Her father played football at Santa Clara and her mother was on the track and field team at Chico State… Has an older sister named Kerry, who plays volleyball at Regis University… Roots for the San Francisco Giants, Golden State Warriors, and teams at Saint Ignatius.… Kerry Walsh is her favorite athlete… Loves the movies Legally Blonde and Miss Congeniality… Can be found singing, dancing, or playing other sports when she’s not on the court… Is a Political Science major at Eleanor Roosevelt College… Would like to go into law or become a teacher in the future.

21


2008-09 Season Results 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD: OVERALL ALL GAMES ..................... (27-5) CONFERENCE ................ (19-1) NON-CONFERENCE ....... (8-4)

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL (13-3) (12-0) (2-2) (9-1) (10-0) (0-0) (4-2) (2-0) (2-2)

DATE TIME OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUN ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11/16/08 11/21/08

1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

DIXIE STATE vs Seattle Pacific

W L

71-61 59-63

101 197

11/22/08 11/27/08 11/28/08 11/29/08 12/05/08 12/06/08

7:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

at Western Washington HOLY FAMILY vs Hawaii-Pacific at Alaska * HUMBOLDT STATE * SONOMA STATE

W W W W W W

60-52 65-59 73-60 66-56 69-66 67-56

289 135 160 325 782 130

12/19/08 12/20/08 12/30/08

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

ST. MARY’S DRURY UNIVERSITY SAN DIEGO CHRISTIAN

L W W

65-75 86-61 83-47

475 361 100

01/02/09

5:30 p.m.

* CAL STATE L.A.

W

79-59

200

01/03/09 01/09/09 01/10/09 01/16/09

5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

* CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS * at Cal State San Bernardino * at Cal Poly Pomona * at Cal State Monterey Bay

W W W W

66-56 62-52 62-58 69-58

100 184 392 345

01/17/09 01/23/09 01/24/09 01/30/09 01/31/09 02/06/09

5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

* at San Francisco State * CAL STATE STANISLAUS * CHICO STATE * at Sonoma State * at Humboldt State * at CSU Dominguez Hills

W W W WOT WOT W

63-48 73-62 62-38 78-69 86-84 69-63

357 500 300 427 1207 279

(21) OSIER, Michelle (22) GASKIN, Alexis (10) OSIER, Michelle (10) NOONAN, Erin (15) ILG, Annette (15) CARLISLE, Chelsea (17) NOONAN, Erin (15) OSIER, Michelle (24) OSIER, Michelle (14) CARLISLE, Chelsea (14) GASKIN, Alexis (12) NOONAN, Erin (26) OSIER, Michelle (21) GASKIN, Alexis (23) CARLISLE, Chelsea (30) CARLISLE, Chelsea (21) ILG, Annette

02/07/09 02/13/09 02/14/09

5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

* at Cal State L.A. * CAL POLY POMONA * CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO

W W L

84-66 63-57 59-64

287 700 500

(25) OSIER, Michelle (14) MARTIN, Leilani (22) GASKIN, Alexis

02/20/09 02/21/09

5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

* SAN FRANCISCO STATE * CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY

W W

51-47 70-50

1598 674

02/26/09 02/27/09 03/03/09

5:30 p.m. 5:30 pm 5:30 p.m.

* at Chico State * at Cal State Stanislaus CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO

W W L

60-46 76-57 57-62

517 335 200

(15) OSIER, Michelle (18) OSIER, Michelle (18) GASKIN, Alexis (17) OSIER, Michelle (20) CARLISLE, Chelsea (22) OSIER, Michelle

03/13/09 03/14/09

12:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

vs CSU Dominguez Hills vs Alaska Anchorage

W L

66-65 49-52

217 273

(17) CARLISLE, Chelsea (16) CARLISLE, Chelsea

* - Conference game ATTENDANCE SUMMARY GAMES HOME...................... 16 AWAY ...................... 12 NEUTRAL................ 4 TOTAL ..................... 32

TOTALS 6856 4944 847 12647

AVG/GAME 428 412 212 395

22

(21) OSIER, Michelle (16) OSIER, Michelle (16) GASKIN, Alexis (21) OSIER, Michelle (18) OSIER, Michelle (20) OSIER, Michelle (18) OSIER, Michelle (20) OSIER, Michelle (16) OSIER, Michelle

(8) GASKIN, Alexis (8) OSIER, Michelle (8) GASKIN, Alexis (10) OSIER, Michelle (9) GASKIN, Alexis (8) OSIER, Michelle (11) OSIER, Michelle (11) OSIER, Michelle (8) OSIER, Michelle (8) GASKIN, Alexis (8) ILG, Annette (7) OSIER, Michelle (13) OSIER, Michelle (7) WESTON, Alison (7) OSIER, Michelle (9) OSIER, Michelle (9) OSIER, Michelle (10) OSIER, Michelle (9) GASKIN, Alexis

(10) OSIER, Michelle (8) NOONAN, Erin (13) GASKIN, Alexis (14) OSIER, Michelle (9) OSIER, Michelle (7) GASKIN, Alexis (7) MARTIN, Leilani (7) OSIER, Michelle (11) OSIER, Michelle (10) GASKIN, Alexis (10) OSIER, Michelle (13) OSIER, Michelle (17) OSIER, Michelle (13) OSIER, Michelle (7) OSIER, Michelle (12) GASKIN, Alexis (12) OSIER, Michelle (9) GASKIN, Alexis (7) OSIER, Michelle (7) MARTIN, Leilani


2008-09 Statistics 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

FINAL OVERALL STATS |---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 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 OSIER, Michelle.... 32-32 1064 33.2 182-418 .435 5-16 .313 123-168 .732 90 199 289 9.0 61 1 43 65 22 79 492 15.4 15 CARLISLE, Chelsea.. 24-13 693 28.9 108-246 .439 40-118 .339 61-78 .782 9 83 92 3.8 42 0 93 65 5 43 317 13.2 32 GASKIN, Alexis..... 32-32 882 27.6 157-313 .502 0-0 .000 75-106 .708 73 142 215 6.7 63 0 21 92 15 18 389 12.2 20 ILG, Annette....... 32-32 964 30.1 112-262 .427 32-92 .348 58-88 .659 28 98 126 3.9 54 1 73 57 3 56 314 9.8 14 MARTIN, Leilani.... 32-32 922 28.8 77-211 .365 3-14 .214 79-132 .598 35 87 122 3.8 83 2 91 82 19 40 236 7.4 22 NOONAN, Erin....... 21-19 649 30.9 42-112 .375 14-37 .378 43-57 .754 17 72 89 4.2 30 0 60 24 10 33 141 6.7 24 CONKLIN, Jenelle... 9-0 137 15.2 10-34 .294 0-0 .000 12-19 .632 3 11 14 1.6 27 2 9 16 2 5 32 3.6 21 CABRAL, Kristen.... 32-0 422 13.2 40-93 .430 6-11 .545 25-40 .625 24 44 68 2.1 46 0 12 61 1 14 111 3.5 11 FEDER, Daisy....... 6-0 54 9.0 4-16 .250 1-9 .111 7-11 .636 2 10 12 2.0 4 0 3 4 0 3 16 2.7 25 FREIDENBERG, Lauren 32-0 297 9.3 23-47 .489 0-0 .000 5-11 .455 33 35 68 2.1 26 0 9 21 4 11 51 1.6 30 DREHER, Lindsey.... 25-0 181 7.2 14-41 .341 6-21 .286 2-7 .286 9 24 33 1.3 22 0 7 11 0 5 36 1.4 35 WESTON, Alison..... 8-0 47 5.9 5-19 .263 0-0 .000 0-5 .000 7 8 15 1.9 8 0 0 6 2 1 10 1.3 12 USHER, Magdalena... 8-0 44 5.5 3-9 .333 0-2 .000 2-4 .500 2 5 7 0.9 3 0 2 4 2 0 8 1.0 34 MCINTYRE, Mollie... 16-0 95 5.9 4-18 .222 2-8 .250 5-11 .455 4 4 8 0.5 8 0 5 8 0 1 15 0.9 TEAM............... 44 55 99 3.2 0 9 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total.............. 32 6451 781-1839 .425 109-328 .332 497-737 .674 380 877 1257 39.3 477 6 428 525 85 309 2168 67.8 Opponents.......... 32 6437 710-1886 .376 142-457 .311 307-455 .675 387 807 1194 37.3 631 - 402 621 93 204 1869 58.4 SCORE BY PERIODS: -------------------UC San Diego........ Opponents...........

1st 2nd OT ---- ---- ---1073 1068 27 805 1048 16

Total ---- 2264 - 2039

FINAL CCAA STATS |---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 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 OSIER, Michelle.... 20-20 657 32.8 102-251 .406 1-8 .125 86-113 .761 56 131 187 9.4 38 0 31 49 17 44 291 14.6 15 CARLISLE, Chelsea.. 18-10 526 29.2 81-183 .443 28-85 .329 53-66 .803 8 70 78 4.3 27 0 68 52 1 36 243 13.5 32 GASKIN, Alexis..... 20-20 540 27.0 99-185 .535 0-0 .000 44-61 .721 43 79 122 6.1 38 0 12 58 6 8 242 12.1 20 ILG, Annette....... 20-20 614 30.7 70-163 .429 25-66 .379 32-46 .696 16 61 77 3.9 31 0 51 30 2 37 197 9.9 22 NOONAN, Erin....... 10-10 308 30.8 27-67 .403 11-24 .458 16-27 .593 7 35 42 4.2 13 0 27 12 8 18 81 8.1 14 MARTIN, Leilani.... 20-20 610 30.5 51-135 .378 2-7 .286 55-91 .604 24 55 79 4.0 49 0 51 55 14 21 159 8.0 21 CABRAL, Kristen.... 20-0 288 14.4 26-60 .433 6-8 .750 21-32 .656 15 30 45 2.3 34 0 11 44 1 12 79 4.0 24 CONKLIN, Jenelle... 2-0 36 18.0 3-9 .333 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1 5 6 3.0 7 0 6 5 0 1 6 3.0 11 FEDER, Daisy....... 3-0 34 11.3 2-9 .222 1-6 .167 4-7 .571 1 7 8 2.7 1 0 2 4 0 1 9 3.0 25 FREIDENBERG, Lauren 20-0 204 10.2 11-23 .478 0-0 .000 5-10 .500 22 18 40 2.0 16 0 7 14 3 9 27 1.4 30 DREHER, Lindsey.... 17-0 115 6.8 8-25 .320 4-12 .333 1-3 .333 7 16 23 1.4 14 0 6 4 0 1 21 1.2 35 WESTON, Alison..... 5-0 22 4.4 3-12 .250 0-0 .000 0-5 .000 3 4 7 1.4 6 0 0 2 1 0 6 1.2 34 MCINTYRE, Mollie... 11-0 66 6.0 1-10 .100 0-3 .000 3-8 .375 3 3 6 0.5 8 0 4 3 0 0 5 0.5 12 USHER, Magdalena... 6-0 29 4.8 0-6 .000 0-2 .000 2-4 .500 2 5 7 1.2 1 0 1 3 2 0 2 0.3 TEAM............... 29 36 65 3.4 0 6 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total.............. 20 4049 484-1138 .425 78-221 .353 322-474 .679 237 555 792 39.6 283 0 277 341 55 188 1368 68.4 Opponents.......... 20 4033 450-1203 .374 81-270 .300 175-277 .632 260 496 756 37.8 412 - 245 389 56 130 1156 57.8 SCORE BY PERIODS: -------------------UC San Diego........ Opponents...........

1st 2nd OT ---- ---- ---668 673 27 498 642 16

Total ---- 1368 - 1156

23


2008-09 CCAA Year-In-Review 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2008-09 FINAL CCAA STANDINGS W y(!) - UC San Diego 19 y(!) - Humboldt State 16 yx(!) - CSU Dominguez Hills 13 y - Cal Poly Pomona 12 y - Chico State 11 y - San Francisco State 8 y - Cal State Stanislaus 8 y - Cal State San Bernardino 8 Cal State Monterey Bay 6 Sonoma State 5 Cal State L.A. 4

CCAA L 1 4 7 8 9 12 12 12 14 15 16

Pct. .950 .800 .650 .600 .550 .400 .400 .400 .300 .250 .200

Home 9-1 8-2 6-4 7-3 7-3 4-6 5-5 4-6 2-8 3-7 1-9

Away 10-0 8-2 7-3 5-5 4-6 3-7 3-7 4-6 4-6 2-8 3-7

W 27 24 21 16 16 14 13 11 11 9 5

Overall L 5 8 10 14 13 14 15 17 15 18 22

Pct. .844 .750 .677 .533 .552 .500 .464 .393 .423 .333 .185

Home 12-3 10-2 8-4 9-4 10-5 8-5 10-5 5-7 4-8 5-8 1-12

Away 11-0 11-4 10-5 5-7 5-6 5-9 3-10 6-7 4-6 2-8 4-7

y-CCAA Tournament Participant x-CCAA Tournament Champion !-NCAA Tournament Participant

2008-09 CCAA AWARDS FIRST TEAM

Name Dana Andrews Brittney Blankenship Katie Busi Reyana Colson Katie Franci Alexis Gaskin Neka Mixon Michelle Osier Natasha Smith Brittney Taylor

SECOND TEAM

Name Desiree Butler Chelsea Carlisle Renee Goldoff Jaclyn Rainville Lauren Redfield Helen Suarez Krystal Urzua Stephisha Walton Amber Whittington Lysandra Williams

School Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Stanislaus Cal Poly Pomona Humboldt State UC San Diego Cal State Dominguez Hills UC San Diego Cal State Stanislaus Humboldt State

Ht. 5-11 5-10 6-0 5-6 5-9 6-2 5-10 6-1 5-6 6-0

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

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

Hometown San Luis Obispo, Calif. Palmdale, Calif. Valley Springs, Calif. Compton, Calif. Sebastopol, Calif. Vacaville, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Placerville, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Playa del Rey, Calif.

School San Francisco State UC San Diego Chico State Cal State San Bernardino Sonoma State Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State San Bernardino Cal Poly Pomona Cal State L.A. Cal State Stanislaus

Ht. 5-6 5-6 6-1 6-0 5-7 5-6 5-4 5-11 5-9 5-11

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

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

Hometown Lancaster, Calif. Agoura Hills, Calif. Chatsworth, Calif. Etna, Calif. San Clemente, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Downey, Calif. Vallejo, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Placerville, Calif.

Michelle Osier

Most Valuable Player: Michelle Osier, UC San Diego Newcomer of the Year: Neka Mixon, Cal State Dominguez Hills Freshman of the Year: Chelsea Carlisle, UC San Diego Coach of the Year: Charity Elliott, UC San Diego

Chelsea Carlisle

24

Neutral 4-2 3-2 3-1 2-3 1-2 1-0 0-0 0-3 3-1 2-2 0-3


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UCSD YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year

Record

Head Coach

Scoring Leader

Avg.

Rebound Leader

Avg.

Assist Leader

Avg.

2008-09 ....... 27-5 ........... Charity Elliott........... Michelle Osier ............... 15.4 ........ Michelle Osier ............... 9.0 ..........Chelsea Carlisle ........3.9 2007-08 ....... 25-10 ......... Charity Elliott........... Meaghan Noud ............. 16.9 ........ Michelle Osier ............... 10.9 ........Alexis Mezzetta .........4.5 2006-07 ....... 27-5 ........... Janell Jones ............ Leora Juster .................. 22.4 ........ Michelle Osier ............... 8.1 ..........Leora Juster ..............4.3 2005-06 ....... 23-5 ........... Janell Jones ............ Leora Juster .................. 22.0 ........ Michelle Osier ............... 9.2 ..........Leora Juster ..............4.2 2004-05 ....... 17-10 ......... Judy Malone ........... Leora Juster .................. 14.7 ........ Margaret Johnson ......... 10.3 ........Andrea Herold ...........3.2 2003-04 ....... 15-13 ......... Judy Malone ........... Margaret Johnson ......... 12.5 ........ Margaret Johnson ......... 8.6 ..........Ali Ginn ......................2.9 2002-03 ....... 10-17 ......... Judy Malone ........... Ali Ginn ......................... 15.5 ........ Margaret Johnson ......... 7.3 ..........Thea Bachman ..........3.3 2001-02 ....... 13-14 ......... Judy Malone ........... Ali Ginn ......................... 14.4 ........ Margaret Johnson ......... 7.6 ..........Maya Fok...................3.2 2000-01 ....... 15-12 ......... Judy Malone ........... Genevieve Ruvald......... 11.2 ........ Ashley Kokjohn ............. 8.8 ..........Maya Fok...................4.0 1999-00 ....... 20-6 ........... Judy Malone ........... Kimberly Neal................ 11.6 ........ Kimberly Neal ............... 6.4 ..........Genevieve Ruvald .....3.3 1998-99 ....... 19-6 ........... Judy Malone ........... Kate Turnbull ................. 9.6 .......... Kate Turnbull................. 7.4 ..........Tristen Teasdale ........3.8 1997-98 ....... 23-4 ........... Judy Malone ........... Jenessa Bayda ............. 9.2 .......... Kate Turnbull................. 7.9 ..........Amy Franzen .............2.8 1996-97 ....... 20-6 ........... Judy Malone ........... A. Westmoreland .......... 14.7 ........ Karli Jungwirth .............. 8.9 ..........Cindy Yamasaki .........3.8 1995-96 ....... 19-7 ........... Judy Malone ........... Cindy Yamasaki ............ 13.3 ........ Karli Jungwirth .............. 9.2 ..........Pam Contini ...............4.3 1994-95 ....... 18-7 ........... Judy Malone ........... Michelle Henricks .......... 9.1 .......... Tami Oviatt .................... 7.6 ..........Marcia Jeffries ...........2.7 1993-94 ....... 13-11 ......... Judy Malone ........... Lisa Beaver ................... 16.2 ........ Lisa Beaver ................... 11.2 ........Sara Mease ...............3.0 1992-93 ....... 13-12 ......... Judy Malone ........... Erica Scholl ................... 19.7 ........ Erica Scholl ................... 14.7 ........Sara Mease ...............4.6 1991-92 ....... 16-8 ........... Judy Malone ........... Cari Young .................... 17.2 ........ Cari Young .................... 9.6 ..........Kathleen Alvarez .......4.7 ................................................................................................................................ Lisa Beaver ................... 9.6 ............................................. 1990-91 ....... 21-5 ........... Judy Malone ........... Cari Young .................... 15.6 ........ Cari Young .................... 9.7 ..........Kathleen Alvarez .......4.9 1989-90 ....... 13-12 ......... Judy Malone ........... Cari Young .................... 14.6 ........ Cari Young .................... 8.7 ..........Nancy Caparaz..........5.1 1988-89 ....... 19-6 ........... Judy Malone ........... Tracy Ragatz ................. 14.3 ........ Jill Koster ...................... 9.2 ..........Nancy Caparaz..........5.0 1987-88 ....... 11-14 ......... Judy Malone ........... Tracy Ragatz ................. 12.0 ........ Jill Koster ...................... 9.6 ..........Nancy Caparaz..........4.6 1986-87 ....... 15-11 ......... Judy Malone ........... Beth Copeland .............. 9.5 .......... Jill Koster ...................... 8.1 ..........Shanda Elzy ..............5.9 1985-86 ....... 11-14 ......... Judy Malone ........... Heidi Jungling ............... 11.9 ........ Lynne McLevie .............. 6.2 ..........Shanda Elzy ..............3.3 1984-85 ....... 10-12 ......... Judy Malone ........... Julie Krause .................. 14.0 ........ Jennifer Gregory ........... 8.5 ..........Sue Semrau ..............3.7 1983-84 ....... 11-13 ......... Judy Malone ........... Teik Francis ................... 18.4 ........ Teik Francis................... 12.1 ........Kim Allen ...................7.8 1982-83 ....... 17-9 ........... Judy Malone ........... Teik Francis ................... 12.5 ........ Teik Francis................... 10.6 ........Paulette Parker..........3.3 1981-82 ....... 10-18 ......... Judy Malone ........... Paulette Parker ............. 14.4 ........ Mary Egan .................... 11.3 ........Wendy Freed .............3.4 1980-81 ....... 8-19 ........... Judy Malone ........... Mary Egan..................... 12.6 ........ Mary Egan .................... 12.9 ........Grace Bearis .............1.9 1979-80 ....... 11-14 ......... Judy Malone ........... Mary Egan..................... 13.0 ........ Mary Egan .................... 12.8 ........N/A.............................N/A 1978-79 ....... 3-19 ........... Judy Malone ........... Jill Keene ...................... 12.1 ........ Mary Egan .................... 8.9 ..........N/A.............................N/A 1977-78 ....... 8-16 ........... Judy Malone ........... Lia Sandoval ................. 14.4 ........ N/A ................................ N/A .........N/A.............................N/A 1976-77 ....... 12-12 ......... Judy Malone ........... Anne Carrington ............ 15.5 ........ N/A ................................ N/A .........N/A.............................N/A 1975-76 ....... 12-10 ......... Shirley Peterson ..... Anne Carrington ............ 14.0 ........ N/A ................................ N/A .........N/A.............................N/A 1974-75 ....... 4-13 ........... Shirley Peterson ..... Marla Ross .................... 8.9 .......... N/A ................................ N/A .........N/A.............................N/A 1973-74 ....... 14-2 ........... Shirley Peterson ..... Judy Lower.................... 25.0 ........ N/A ................................ N/A .........N/A.............................N/A 1972-73 ....... 10-2 ........... Ron Carter .............. Judy Lower.................... 16.7 ........ N/A ................................ N/A .........N/A.............................N/A 1971-72 ....... 14-5 ........... Ron Carter .............. Judy Lower.................... 21.1 ........ N/A ................................ N/A .........N/A.............................N/A Totals .......... 567-384 (.596) ............................................................................................................................................................................

25


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS Year

NCAA Tournament Game

Opponent

Site

Score

2008-09 ........ Division II West Regional Second Round .............Alaska Anchorage .....................Seattle, Wash. ...............L, 52-49 2008-09 ........ Division II West Regional First Round ..................Cal State Dominguez Hills.........Seattle, Wash. ...............W, 66-65 2007-08 ........ Division II West Regional Second Round .............Seattle Pacific............................Seattle, Wash. ...............L, 67-76 2007-08 ........ Division II West Regional First Round ..................Cal State San Bernardino..........Seattle, Wash. ...............W, 59-46 2006-07 ........ Division II National Semifinal ................................So. Connecticut St.....................Kearney, Neb. ................L, 53-57 2006-07 ........ Division II National Quarterfinals ..........................Glenville St. (W.V.) ....................Kearney, Neb. ................W, 71-61 2006-07 ........ Division II West Regional Championship ..............Chico State ................................UCSD .............................W, 80-63 2006-07 ........ Division II West Regional Second Round .............Alaska Anchorage .....................UCSD .............................W, 66-51 2006-07 ........ Division II West Regional First Round ..................Western Washington .................UCSD .............................W, 78-45 2005-06 ........ Division II West Regional First Round ..................Seattle Pacific............................Bellingham, Wash. ..........L, 57-62 2003-04 ........ Divsion II West Regional First Round ...................Seattle Pacific............................Seattle, Wash. ................L, 59-79 1999-00 ........ Division III West Regional First Round .................Cal Lutheran ..............................UCSD .............................L, 66-72 1997-98 ........ Division III West Regional First Round .................Cal Lutheran ..............................UCSD .............................W, 62-56 1997-98 ........ Division III West Regional Second Round ............St. Benedict ...............................St. Joseph, Minn. ............L, 47-73 1996-97 ........ Division III West Regional First Round .................Cal Poly Pomona.......................UCSD .............................W, 74-50 1996-97 ........ Division III West Regional Second Round ............Buena Vista ...............................Storm Lake, Iowa............L, 77-80 1995-96 ........ Division III West Regional First Round .................Cal Poly Pomona.......................UCSD .............................W, 58-5 1995-96 ........ Division III West Regional Second Round ............St. Thomas ................................St. Paul, Minn. ................L, 42-66 1994-95 ........ Division III West Regional First Round .................St. Benedict ...............................St. Joseph, Minn. ............L, 57-69L

INDIVIDUAL HONORS/RANKINGS WBCA /Kodak All-American 2006-07 Leora Juster 2005-06 Leora Juster 1992-93 Erica Scholl 1990-91 Cari Young

First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

State Farm Coaches All-American 2008-09 Michelle Osier

Honorable Mention

Daktronics All-American 2006-07 Leora Juster 2005-06 Leora Juster

Individual National Statistical Rankings (Top 25) 2007-08 Michelle Osier - 11th, Rebounding (10.9) 2007-08 Alexis Mezzetta - 11th, Assist/Turnover Ratio (2.18) 2006-07 Leora Juster - 5th, Scoring (22.4); 30th, FG% (.529) 2005-06 Leora Juster - 7th, Scoring (22.0); 17th, FT% (.864) 2005-06 Michelle Osier - 17th, Steals (3.1) 1999-00 Nicholle Bromley - 11th, Free Throw Percentage (.855) 1992-93 Erica Scholl - 5th, Rebounding (14.7) 1992-93 Tricia Stilwell - Single Game 3-Point Leader, 9 vs. Cal Baptist 1992-93 Erica Scholl - Single Game Rebound Leader, 30 vs. SCC 1991-92 Lisa Beaver - 16th, Field Goal Percentage (.571) 1991-92 Cari Young - 24th, Field Goal Percentage (.550) 1987-88 Tracy Ragatz - 1st, 3-Point Percentage (.558)

First Team Second Team

Daktronics West Region Player of the Year 2008-09 Michlle Osier Daktronics All-West Region 2008-09 Michlle Osier 2007-08 Michelle Osier 2007-08 Meaghan Noud 2006-07 Leora Juster 2005-06 Leora Juster

First Team First Team Second Team D-II West Region MVP D-II West Region MVP

26


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

TRITON 30-20-10-5 CLUBS 30 Point Club Pts

Player/Opponent

10 Assist Club Season

Assts

40..........Cari Young vs. Pomona-Pitzer................1991-92 37..........Leora Juster vs. Northwest Nazarene ....2006-07 37..........Leora Juster vs. West Texas A&M ..........2006-07 37..........Mary Egan vs. Cal Baptist ......................1980-81 35..........Anne Carrington vs. La Verne ................1976-77 35..........Tricia Stilwell vs. Cal Baptist ...................1992-93 34..........Leora Juster vs. Western Wahsington ....2006-07 34..........Mary Egan vs. Pt. Loma .........................1979-80 32..........Leora Juster vs. Chico State ..................2006-07 32..........Leora Juster vs. CSU Dom. Hills ............2006-07 32..........Leora Juster vs. CSU Dom. Hills ............2005-06 32..........Leora Juster vs. Sonoma State ..............2005-06 31..........Leora Juster vs. Cal Poly Pomona .........2006-07 31..........Natalie Beaver vs. Vanguard ..................1999-00 31..........Teik Francis vs. UC Santa Cruz..............1983-84 30 ......... Chelsea Carlisle vs. Humboldt State....2008-09 30..........Michelle Osier vs. CSUSB ......................2007-08 30..........Leora Juster vs. Cal State L.A. ...............2005-06 30..........Leora Juster vs. Grand Canyon..............2005-06 30..........Leora Juster vs. CSU Bakersfield...........2005-06 30..........Leora Juster vs. Chico State ..................2006-07 30..........Erica Scholl vs. Mills ...............................1992-93 30..........Lisa Beaver vs. Nazareth .......................1990-91 30..........Teik Francis vs. Cal State Stanislaus .....1983-84 30..........Anne Carrington vs. Pt. Loma ................1976-77 30..........Judy Lower vs. UC Davis .................1973-74 30..........Judy Lower vs. UC Santa Cruz .............1971-72

Player/Opponent

Season

14..........Kacie Kostlan vs. W. Washington ...........2006-07 14..........Kim Allen vs. Claremont .........................1983-84 14 .........Shanda Elzy vs. Christ College ..............1986-87 12..........Alexis Mezzetta vs. Seattle Pacific .........2007-08 12..........Sue Semrau vs. UC Santa Cruz .............1983-84 12 .........Kim Allen vs. U. of San Diego.................1983-84 12..........Shanda Elzy vs. Millikin ..........................1986-87 12..........Sara Mease vs. Cal Baptist ....................1992-93 11 ..........Kathleen Alvarez vs. Nazareth ...............1990-91 10..........Chelsea Carlisle vs. CSUMB................2008-09 10..........Alexis Mezzetta vs. CSUSB ...................2007-08 10..........Leora Juster vs. Chico State ..................2006-07 10..........Leora Juster vs. W. Washington .............2006-07 10..........Pam Contini vs. La Verne .......................1995-96 10..........Monique Vaillancourt vs. Azusa ..............1990-91 10..........Nancy Caparaz vs. Lake Forest .............1989-90 10 .........Shanda Elzy vs. Redlands......................1986-87 10..........Sue Semrau vs. So. Cal. College ...........1983-84 10..........Kim Allen vs. Pomona-Pitzer ..................1983-84 10..........Kim Allen vs. USIU .................................1983-84 10..........Kim Allen vs. Azusa Pacific.....................1983-84

5 Steals Club* Steals Player/Opponent

Season

6............Michelle Osier vs. Humboldt State .........2008-09

20 Rebound Club Rbs

Player/Opponent

6 ............Michelle Osier vs. Western Washington .... 2008-09 5 ............Chelsea Carlisle vs. Cal State L.A.......... 2008-09

Season

5 ............Chelsea Carlisle vs. Humboldt State ..... 2008-09

30..........Erica Scholl vs. So. Cal. College ............1992-93 25..........Mary Egan vs. Cal Baptist .............1980-81 23..........Margaret Johnson vs. CSUDH ...............2004-05 22..........Karli Jungwirth vs. The Master’s.............1996-97 22..........Teik Francis vs. Cal State Stanislaus ....1983-84 21..........Karli Jungwirth vs. Chapman ..................1996-97 21..........Teik Francis vs. Azusa Pacific ................1983-84 20..........Michelle Osier vs. CSUMB .....................2007-08 20..........Lisa Beaver vs. Occidental .....................1993-94 20..........Lisa Beaver vs. Lake Forest ...................1993-94 20..........Shelley McKeone vs. UC Riverside ........1983-84 20..........Jennifer Gregory vs. Pt. Loma ................1981-82 20..........Mary Egan vs. So. Cal. College..............1980-81

5 ............Annette Ilg vs. Chico State...................... 2008-09 5 ............Michelle Osier vs. CSUSB ......................... 2008-09 * as of last season

27


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

INDIVIDUAL TEAM AWARDS Most Valuable 2008-09 ....................Michelle Osier 2007-08 ....................Michelle Osier 2006-07 .....................Kacie Kostlan 2005-06 ......................Briana Hinga 2004-05 ..............Margaret Johnson 2003-04 .............................. Ali Ginn 2002-03 ................Nicholle Bromley ............................................ Ali Ginn 2001-02 .................. Erynne Faucett ..................................Robyn Phillips 2000-01 ..................Ashley Kokjohn ........................... Genevieve Ruvald 1999-00 ..................... Kate Turnbull 1998-99 ................ Tristen Teasdale 1997-98 .................... Krista Poehler ................................... Kate Turnbull 1996-97 ................. Cindy Yamasaki 1995-96 ................... Marcia Jeffries ..................................... Pam Contini 1994-95 ................... Marcia Jeffries ............................ Michelle Henricks 1993-94 ........................Lisa Beaver 1992-93 ........................Erica Scholl 1991-92 ......................... Cari Young 1990-91 ................Kathleen Alvarez 1989-90 ..................Nancy Caparaz ....................................... Cari Young 1988-89 ..................... Tracy Ragatz 1987-88 ................. Chris McCallum 1986-87 ...................... Shanda Elzy 1985-86 ...................... Shanda Elzy .................................. Heidi Jungling 1984-85 .......................Sue Semrau .....................................Julie Krause 1983-84 ....................... Teik Francis 1982-83 ..................Paulette Parker 1981-82 ......................... Mary Egan 1980-81 ............. Wendy Nakayama

Heart and Hustle 2008-09 ....................Michelle Osier 2007-08 ....................Michelle Osier 2006-07 ....................Michelle Osier 2005-06 ....................Michelle Osier 2004-05 ................ Meagan Eshilian 2003-04 ....................Katie McGann ..................................Robyn Phillips 2002-03 .................. Katie Anderson ..................................Robyn Phillips 2001-02 ................Nicholle Bromley .........................................Maya Fok 2000-01 ...........................Maya Fok 1999-00 ............................ Amy Leu ........................... Genevieve Ruvald 1998-99 ............... Marci Ernsberger ........................... Genevieve Ruvald 1997-98 ............... Marci Ernsberger 1996-97 ............... Marci Ernsberger

1995-96 ..................... Amy Franzen .................................. Krista Poehler 1994-95 .........................Tami Oviatt 1993-94 ....................... Sara Mease 1992-93 ................ Jeanine Kirkland 1991-92 ............... Alison Cartwright

Outstanding Student-Athlete Award 2008-09 ................... Allison Weston 2007-08 ........................Shaina Lipa 2006-07 .................. Meaghan Noud 2005-06 .................. Meaghan Noud 2004-05 ....................Katie McGann 2003-04 ....................Katie McGann 2002-03 ....................Katie McGann 2001-02 ....................Katie McGann 2000-01 ................Nicholle Bromley 1999-00 ............... Marci Ernsberger 1998-99 .................. Jenessa Bayda ..................................Mindy Misawa 1997-98 .................. Jenessa Bayda 1996-97 ................Sarah Schneider 1995-96 ................Sarah Schneider 1994-95 ................Sarah Schneider 1993-94 ................Sarah Schneider 1992-93 ............... Alison Cartwright

Most Inspirational 2007-08 ........................... Not given 2004-05 ....................Katie McGann 2003-04 ....................Robyn Phillips 2002-03 .................. Erynne Faucett 2001-02 .....................Renee Hudec 2000-01 .....................Renee Hudec 1999-00 ............... Marci Ernsberger ................................... Kate Turnbull 1998-99 ......................... Koko Nishi 1997-98 ..................Tianna Meriage 1996-97 .................... Krista Poehler 1995-96 .................. Jenessa Bayda 1994-95 .................... Krista Poehler 1993-94 ................... Marcia Jeffries ...............................Kelly McGlothlin 1992-93 .........................Tami Oviatt 1991-92 .........................Tami Oviatt 1990-91 ....................... Emily Rubin 1989-90 ....Bernadette Diepenbrock 1988-89 ................... Anne Goodger 1987-88 ................... Anne Goodger 1986-87 ................... Anne Goodger 1985-86 ................Jennifer Gregory 1984-85 ..................................Team 1983-84 ............................Kim Allen 1982-83 ..........................Jan Martin .................................. Valerie Hardie 1981-82 ..................... Wendy Freed 1980-81 ......................Grace Bearis

28

Most Improved 2008-09 ......................... Annette Ilg 2007-08 ............Kaycie Zimmerman 2006-07 .....................Alexis Gaskin 2005-06 .................. Meaghan Noud 2004-05 .................... Kelly Bertoldo 2003-04 ......Stacy Gallagher-Bolton ................................. Hillary Hansen 2002-03 ......Stacy Gallagher-Bolton 2001-02 ......Stacy Gallagher-Bolton 2000-01 ............... Danyiel Wortham ..................................... Tricia Young 1999-00 .....................Renee Hudec ..................................Mindy Misawa 1998-99 .................... Kimberly Neal 1997-98 ............. Genevieve Ruvald 1996-97 ...........Ann-Marie Christian 1995-96 ..................Tianna Meriage 1994-95 .......... Anne Westmoreland 1993-94 .................Kelly McGlothlin 1992-93 ....................Stacey Patsko 1991-92 ........................Erica Scholl 1990-91 ........................Lisa Beaver 1989-90 ........................Erica Scholl 1988-89 ............................ Chris Ely 1987-88 ..... Katrin Mackarehtschian 1986-87 ..................................Team 1985-86 ................... Anne Goodger ................................... Tracy Ragatz 1984-85 .............. Coutney Simpson 1983-84 .................... Heidi Jungling 1982-83 ...............Shelley McKeone 1981-82 ................Jennifer Gregory ..................................... Teik Francis 1980-81 ...................Paula Womack

Best Rebounder 2007-08 ....................Michelle Osier 2006-07 ....................Michelle Osier 2005-06 ....................Michelle Osier 2004-05 ..............Margaret Johnson 2003-04 ..............Margaret Johnson 2002-03 ..............Margaret Johnson 2001-02 ..............Margaret Johnson 2000-01 ..................Ashley Kokjohn 1999-00 .....................Renee Hudec 1998-99 ..................... Kate Turnbull 1997-98 ..................... Kate Turnbull 1996-97 ................... Karli Jungwirth .......................................... Chris Ely 1985-86 ......................... Shelli Velie 1984-85 ..................Leslie Sherman 1983-84 .......................Sue Semrau 1982-83 ....................... Teik Francis 1981-82 ..................Paulette Parker 1980-81 ......................Grace Bearis ................................. Melissa Rosen


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

INDIVIDUAL TEAM AWARDS Best Offensive Player 2008-09 ........................... Not given 2007-08 .................. Meaghan Noud 2006-07 .......................Leora Juster 2005-06 .......................Leora Juster 2004-05 .......................Leora Juster 2003-04 ..............Margaret Johnson .....................................Leora Juster 2002-03 .............................. Ali Ginn 2001-02 .............................. Ali Ginn 2000-01 ...........................Maya Fok .................................. Kimberly Neal 1999-00 .................... Kimberly Neal 1998-99 ..................... Amy McClure 1997-98 ................. Summer Begley 1996-97 .......... Anne Westmoreland 1995-96 ................. Cindy Yamasaki 1994-95 .............. Michelle Henricks 1993-94 .............. Michelle Henricks 1992-93 ......................Tricia Stilwell 1991-92 ........................Lisa Beaver 1990-91 ......................... Cari Young 1989-90 ................Kathleen Alvarez 1988-89 ..................... Tracy Ragatz ..................................... Beth Koenig 1987-88 ..................... Tracy Ragatz 1986-87 ..................... Tracy Ragatz 1985-86 ..................................Team 1984-85 ..................................Team 1983-84 .......................Julie Krause ..................................... Teik Francis 1982-83 ..................Paulette Parker 1981-82 ..................Paulette Parker 1980-81 ......................... Mary Egan

Best Defensive Player 2008-09 .......................Erin Noonan 2007-08 .......................Erin Noonan 2006-07 ................... Hillary Hansen 2005-06 ................... Hillary Hansen 2004-05 ................... Hillary Hansen ....................Stacy Gallagher-Bolton 2003-04 ................... Hillary Hansen 2002-03 ..................................Team 2001-02 ............... Danyiel Wortham 2000-01 ..................Ashley Kokjohn 1999-00 ....................Mindy Misawa 1998-99 ..................... Kate Turnbull ............................. Marci Ernsberger 1997-98 ..................... Amy Franzen 1996-97 ....................... Pam Contini 1995-96 ....................... Pam Contini 1994-95 ....................... Pam Contini ................................... Amy Franzen 1993-94 ...................... Valerie Ryan 1992-93 ....................... Sara Mease 1991-92 .................... Molly Jonnum 1990-91 .................... Molly Jonnum 1989-90 .....................Nadirah Scott

1988-89 ........................... Jill Koster ................................Nancy Caparaz 1987-88 ..................Nancy Caparaz 1986-87 ..................Nancy Caparaz 1985-86 ......................... Shanda Elzy, .......................................Sandy Keaton 1984-85 .................... Sandy Keaton 1983-84 ...............Andrea Michelotti 1982-83 ...............Andrea Michelotti 1981-82 .............Stacie MacFayden 1980-81 .............Stacie MacFayden

Sixth Man 2008-09 ........................... Not given 2007-08 .................. Diahnn Futalan 2006-07 .................. Meaghan Noud 2005-06 .................. Katie Anderson 2004-05 ....................... Karina Siam 2003-04 ........................ Kim Buffum 2002-03 ...................Bianca Watson 2001-02 ......Stacy Gallagher-Bolton ..................................Katie McGann 2000-01 .............................. Ali Ginn 1999-00 .................... Kimberly Neal 1998-99 .................... Kimberly Neal ........................... Genevieve Ruvald 1997-98 ..................... Amy McClure 1996-97 ................Sarah Schneider

Coach’s Award 2008-09 ....................Michelle Osier 2006-07 ................. Alexis Mezzetta .......................... Meghan McGovern 2004-05 ....................... Karina Siam 2003-04 ..................Lauren Sargent 2002-03 .................. Erynne Faucett 2001-02 ............... Danyiel Wortham 2000-01 ................Nicholle Bromley 1999-00 ....................... Angela Carr ................................Ashley Kokjohn 1998-99 .................. Jenessa Bayda 1997-98 .................... Krista Poehler ................................ Jenessa Bayda 1996-97 .................... Krista Poehler 1995-96 .................... Krista Poehler 1994-95 ....................Stacey Patsko 1993-94 ....................Stacey Patsko 1992-93 .............. Michelle Henricks ..................................Stacey Patsko 1991-92 .................... Molly Jonnum 1990-91 ....Bernadette Diepenbrock 1989-90 ............................ Chris Ely 1988-89 ....Bernadette Diepenbrock ....................... Monique Vaillancourt 1987-88 ........................... Jill Koster 1986-87 .....................Nadirah Scott 1985-86 ................. Chris McCallum 1984-85 ...................Lynne McLevie

29

1983-84 ......................Andrea Clark 1982-83 ................... Brenda Sweatt 1981-82 ......................Grace Bearis 1980-81 ........................ Dani Grady

Rookie of the Year 2008-09 ................ Chelsea Carlisle 2007-08 .................. Mollie McIntyre 2006-07 .......................Erin Noonan 2005-06 ....................Michelle Osier 2004-05 .................. Diahnn Futalan 2003-04 .......................Leora Juster 2002-03 ................ Thea Bachmann 2001-02 ..............Margaret Johnson 2000-01 .............................. Ali Ginn 1999-00 ................Nicholle Bromley 1998-99 .....................Renee Hudec ..................................Mindy Misawa 1997-98 ..................Ashley Kokjohn 1996-97 ..................... Kate Turnbull 1995-96 ................... Summer Begly 1994-95 ................... Karli Jungwirth ................................ Jenessa Bayda 1993-94 ................. Cindy Yamasaki 1992-93 ...................... Valerie Ryan 1991-92 ..................... Tricia Stillwell 1990-91 .................... Molly Jonnum 1989-90 ........................Lisa Beaver 1988-89 ......................... Cari Young 1987-88 ....................... Beth Koenig ..................Bernadette Diepenbrock 1986-87 ........................... Jill Koster .......................................... Chris Ely 1985-86 ......................... Shelli Velie 1984-85 ..................Leslie Sherman 1983-84 .......................Sue Semrau 1982-83 ....................... Teik Francis 1981-82 ..................Paulette Parker 1980-81 ......................Grace Bearis ................................. Melissa Rosen

Team First Award 2007-08 ................. Alexis Mezzetta

Best Three-Point Shooter 2007-08 .................. Meaghan Noud

Best Free-Throw Shooter 2007-08 .................. Meaghan Noud

Best Field Goal Percentage 2008-09 .....................Alexis Gaskin 2007-08 .....................Alexis Gaskin


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Points

Best Field Goal Percentage

Most Free Throws Made

Game: 40, Cari Young vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 11/26/91 Season: 717 Leora Juster, 2006-07 Per Game Avg., Season: 25.0, Judy Lower, 1973-74 Career: 2049, Leora Juster, 2003-07 Per Game Avg., Career: 21.3, Judy Lower, 1971-74

Game: .938, Teik Francis vs. UC Santa Cruz, 11/26/83, (15 of 16) (Min. of 10 attempts) Season: .647, Karli Jungwirth, 1994-95 (77119) Career: .530, Teik Francis, 1983-85, (334630) (Minimum of 500 attempts)

Game: 17, Leora Juster vs. W. Texas A&M, 12/30/06 Season: 170, Leora Juster, 2006-07 Career: 476, Leora Juster, 2003-07

Most Rebounds

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made

Game: 30, Erica Scholl vs. So. Cal College, 12/5/92 Season: 380, Michelle Osier, 2007-08 Per Game Avg., Season: 14.7, Erica Scholl, 1992-93 Career: 1188, Michelle Osier, 2005-09 Per Game Avg., Career: 11.5, Mary Egan, 1978-82

Game: 9, Tricia Stilwell vs. Cal Baptist, 2/5/93 Season: 84, Meaghan Noud, 2007-08 Career: 165, Kim Buffum, 2003-06

Most Field Goals Made Game: 19, Cari Young vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 11/26/91 Season: 255, Leora Juster, 2006-07 Career: 742, Leora Juster 2003-07

Best 3-Point Field Goals Percentage Game: 1.000, Cindy Yamasaki vs. La Verne, 1/4/97, (5-5) (Minimum of 5 attempts) Season: .558, Tracy Ragatz, 1987-88, (48-86) (Min. of 1.5 made per game) Career: .462, Tracy Ragatz, 1985-89 (115249)

Best Free Throw Percentage Game: 1.000, Chelsea Carlisle vs. Sonoma State, 1/30/09 (14-14) Season: .957, Tianna Meriage, 1997-98 (2223) Career: .820, Margaret Johnson, 2001-05 (312-385)

Most Assists Game: 14, Kacie Kostaln vs. Western Washington, 3/9/07 14, Kim Allen vs. Claremont, 1/20/84 Season: 159, Alexis Mezzetta, 2007-08 Career: 397, Leora Juster, 2003-07 Per Game Avg., Career: 4.7, Sue Semrau, ‘83-85

Most Steals Season: 122, Shanda Elzy, 1986-87 Career: 319, Michelle Osier, 2005-09

TEAM RECORDS Most Points

Most Field Goals Made

Most Free Throws Made

Game: 118 vs. Cal Lutheran, 2/8/92, (118-41) Season: 2361, 2006-07

Game: 51 vs. Cal Lutheran, 2/8/92 Season: 840, 2006-07

Game: 34 vs. W. Texas A&M, 12/30/06 Season: 526, 2006-07

Highest Winning Margin

Best Field Goal Percentage

Best Free Throw Percentage

Game: 84 vs. La Sierra, 2/8/00, (103-19) Season: +16.8, 1999-00

Game: .619 (39-63) vs. SFSU, 3/3/06 Season: .461 (739-1603) 1983-84

Highest Points Per Game Average

Most 3-Point Field Goals Made

Season Avg.: 76.8, 2005-06

Fewest Points Allowed Game: 27 vs. Life Bible College, 12/6/75 Season: 1668, 1973-74

Game: 14 vs. Marian WI, 12/28/99 Season: 162, 2007-08

Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game: 1.000 (4-4) vs. Notre Dame, 2/20/88 Season: .545 (24-44), 1990-91

30

Game: .944 (17-18) vs. Grand Canyon, 2/19/06 Season: .751, 2006-07, (526-700)

Most Rebounds Game: 72 vs. Colorado College, 11/20/92 Season: 1393, 1992-93

Won-Loss Records Most Wins, Season: 27, 2006-07; 2008-09 Best Winning Pct.: .852, 1997-98, (23-4) Longest Winning Streak: 16, 1997-98


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON LEADERS Scoring

Name 1. Leora Juster (2006-07) 2. Leora Juster (2005-06) 3. Meaghan Noud (2007-08) 4. Michelle Osier (2007-08) 5. Erica Scholl (1992-93) 6. Michelle Osier (2008-09) 7. Teik Francis (1983-84) 8. Hillary Hansen (2006-07) 9. Judy Lower (1971-72) 10. Judy Lower (1973-74)

Points 717 616 592 532 493 492 443 431 404 400

G 32 28 35 35 25 32 24 31 19 16

Avg 22.4 22.0 16.9 15.2 19.7 15.4 18.5 13.9 21.3 25.0

Name Rebounds G Michelle Osier (2007-08) 380 35 Erica Scholl (1992-93) 368 25 Mary Egan (1981-82) 315 28 Mary Egan (1979-80) 307 24 Teik Francis (1983-84) 290 24 Michelle Osier (2008-09) 289 32 Mary Egan (1980-81) 283 22 Margaret Johnson (2004-05) 277 27 Teik Francis (1982-83) 264 25 Jennifer Gregory (1982-83) 260 26

Avg 10.9 14.7 11.3 12.8 12.1 9.0 12.9 10.3 10.6 10.0

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

Assists

Name Assists Alexis Mezzetta (2007-08) 159 Shanda Elzy (1986-87) 153 Leora Juster (2006-07) 138 Sue Semrau (1983-84) 133 Nancy Caparaz (1989-90) 127 Kathleen Alvarez (1990-91) 127 7. Kim Allen (1983-84) 124 8. Kacie Kostlan (2006-07) 121 9. Nancy Caparaz (1988-89) 120 10. Leora Juster (2005-06) 117 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Steals

Name Steals Shanda Elzy (1986-87) 122 Nancy Caparaz (1987-88) 92 Michelle Osier (2005-06) 87 Nancy Caparaz (1989-90) 85 Nancy Caparaz (1988-89) 83 Michelle Osier (2008-09) 79 Shanda Elzy (1985-86) 79 8. Michelle Osier (2006-07) 77 9. Michelle Osier (2007-08) 75 10. Maya Fok (2000-01) 74 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

G 35 26 32 24 25 26 16 32 25 28

Avg 4.5 5.9 4.3 5.5 5.1 4.9 7.8 3.8 4.8 4.2

G 26 25 28 25 24 32 25 32 35 25

Avg 4.7 3.7 3.1 3.4 3.5 2.5 3.2 2.4 2.1 3.0

Blocks

Name Blocks Briana Hinga (2005-06) 52 Lisa Beaver (1991-92) 36 Lisa Beaver (1993-94) 26 Michelle Osier (2007-08) 23 Jillian Ricks (2006-07) 23 Anne Westmoreland (1996-97) 23 Stacy Gallagher-Bolton (2004-05) 23 8. Michelle Osier 22 Erica Scholl (1992-93) 22 10. Leilani Martin (2008-09) 19 Kate Turnbull (1997-98) 19 1. 2. 3. 4.

Leora Juster’s 717 points in 2006-07 is the highest single season total in program history.

G 27 24 23 35 31 26 27 32 25 32 27

Field Goal Percentage

Name Pct. FG-FGA Karli Jungwirth (1994-95) .647 77-119 Lisa Beaver (1991-92) .571 152-266 Shelley McKeone (1983-84) .571 80-140 4. Teik Francis (1983-84) .555 192-346 5. Cari Young (1991-92) .554 143-258 6. Lisa Beaver (1993-94) .545 169-310 7. Sarah Schneider (1996-97) .535 83-155 8. Leora Juster (2006-07) .529 255-482 9. Wendy Freed (1981-82) .525 94-179 10. Anne Westmoreland (1996-97) .521 163-313 1. 2.

Free Throw Percentage

Michelle Osier became UCSD’s single season rebounding leader in 2007-08.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Pct. FT-FTA Tianna Meriage (1997-98) .957 22-23 Hillary Hansen (2003-04) .867 26-30 Meaghan Noud (2006-07) .866 71-82 Leora Juster (2005-06) .864 165-191 Michelle Henricks (1993-94) .865 32-37 Nicholle Bromley (1999-00) .855 65-76 Karina Siam (2002-03) .852 46-54 Hillary Hansen (2006-07) .847 122-144 Kathleen Alvarez (1989-90) .841 37-44 Anne Westmoreland (1996-97) .838 57-68 Anne Westmoreland (1995-96) .838 31-37

3-Point Percentage

Alexis Mezzetta dished out 159 assists in 2007-08, establishing a new single season mark.

31

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Name Kathleen Alvarez (1990-91) Tracy Ragatz (1987-88) Michelle Osier (2006-07) Amy McClure (1997-98) Leora Juster (2006-07) Leora Juster (2005-06) Chris Craun (1999-00) Cindy Yamasaki (1993-94) Tracy Ragatz (1988-89) Lauren Sargent (2001-02)

Pct. FG-FGA .590 23-39 .558 48-86 .491 26-53 .460 29-63 .457 37-81 .456 31-68 .438 14-32 .418 18-43 .411 67-163 .411 30-73

Avg 1.90 1.50 1.13 0.70 0.74 0.88 0.88 0.69 0.88 0.59 0.70

G 23 24 17 24 19 23 26 32 27 26

G 23 26 32 28 24 26 22 31 22 26 26

G 26 25 32 27 32 28 12 24 25 26


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS Scoring

Name Points 1. Leora Juster (2003-07) 2049 2. Michelle Osier (2005-09) 1758 3. Ali Ginn (2000-04) 1308 4. Lisa Beaver (1989-94) 1274 5. Cari Young (1988-92) 1250 6. Margaret Johnson (2001-04)1139 7. Hillary Hansen (2003-07) 1110 8. Nicholle Bromley (1999-03) 1087 9. Meaghan Noud (2005-08) 1072 10. Mary Egan (1978-82) 1048

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

Name Rebounds Michelle Osier (2005-09) 1188 Mary Egan (1978-82) 1038 Margaret Johnson (2001-04) 911 Lisa Beaver (1989-94) 867 Cari Young (1988-92) 770 Stacy Gallagher-Bolton (2001-05) 747 Hillary Hansen (2003-07) 682 Jill Koster (1986-89) 681 Jennifer Gregory (1981-86) 652 Karli Jungwirth (1994-98) 631

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Assists Leora Juster (2003-07) 397 Nancy Caparaz (1986-90) 375 Cindy Yamasaki (1993-97) 311 Kathleen Alvarez (1988-92) 280 Shanda Elzy (1984-87) 249 Alexis Mezzetta (2004-08) 247 Hillary Hansen (2003-07) 237 Pam Contini (1993-97) 235 Nicholle Bromley (1999-03) 228 Marcia Jeffries (1992-96) 227

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Steals Michelle Osier (2005-09) 319 Nancy Caparaz (1986-90) 270 Shanda Elzy (1984-87) 219 Leora Juster (2003-07) 216 Cindy Yamasaki (1993-97) 215 Genevieve Ruvald (1997-01)207 Nicholle Bromley (1999-03) 171 Margaret Johnon (2001-05) 145 Ali Ginn (2000-04) 139 Maya Fok (2000-02) 123 Amy McClure (1995-99) 123

G 115 127 109 98 91 108 112 107 94 95

Avg 17.8 13.8 12.0 13.0 13.7 10.5 9.9 10.2 11.4 11.0

G 127 95 108 98 91 109 112 76 87 79

Avg 9.4 10.9 8.4 8.8 8.5 6.9 6.1 9.0 7.5 8.0

G 115 86 101 75 64 102 112 99 107 84

Avg 3.5 4.4 3.1 3.7 3.9 2.4 2.1 2.4 2.1 2.7

G 127 86 64 115 101 101 107 108 109 48 90

Avg 2.5 3.1 3.4 1.9 2.1 2.0 1.6 1.3 1.3 2.6 1.4

Blocks 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9.

Leora Juster became UCSD’s all-time leading scorer as a junior in 2005-06.

Name Lisa Beaver (1989-94) Michelle Osier (2005-09)

Blocks 79 77 Briana Hinga (2002-03, 05-06) 55 Margaret Johnson (2001-05) 45 Stacy Gallagher-Bolton (2001-05) 39 Kate Turnbull (1996-00) 38 B. Diepenbrock (1987-91) 38 Alexis Gaskin (2005-09) 38 Stacey Patsko (1992-95) 33 Erica Scholl (1989-93) 32 Anne Westmoreland (1993-97) 32

Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name

Teik Francis (1982-84) Karli Jungwirth (1994-98) Lisa Beaver (1989-94) Cari Young (1988-92) Sarah Schneider (1993-97)

Pct.

.530 .529 .527 .514 .500 Anne Westmoreland (1993-97) .499 Leora Juster (2003-07) .493 Ashley Kokjohn (1997-01) .492 Lauren Freidenberg (2008-09) .489 Alexis Gaskin (2005-09) .486

Free Throw Percentage

Alexis Gaskin finished her career shooting better than 48% from the field.

Name Pct. Beth Koenig (1987-89) .822 Margaret Johnson (2001-05) .820 Leora Juster (2003-07) .816 Ali Ginn (2000-04) .806 Tianna Meriage (1994-98) .803 Karina Siam (2001-05) .803 Hillary Hansen (2003-07) .803 8. Meaghan Noud (2005-08) .798 9. Michelle Henricks (1991-95) .769 10. Kathleen Alvarez (1988-92) .768 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3-Point Percentage

Name Karina Siam (2001-04) Tracy Ragatz (1985-89) Leora Juster (2003-07) Kathleen Alvarez (1988-92) Michelle Osier (2005-09) Jenessa Bayda (1994-99) Amy McClure (1995-99) 8. Annette Ilg (2006-) 9. Ali Ginn (2000-04) 10. Lauren Sargent (2001-04)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Kim Buffum made a D-II school-record 165 3-pointers during her career at UCSD.

32

Pct. .537 .462 .424 .397 .381 .376 .376 .371 .361 .361

G 97 127 39 108 109 94 98 122 74 78 85

Avg 0.81 0.61 1.41 0.41 0.36 0.40 0.39 0.31 0.45 0.41 0.38

FG-FGA G

334-630 49 276-522 79 581-1101 98 550-1069 91 294-488 98 352-706 85 742-1508115 229-465 97 23-47 32 369-760 122

FT-FTA G 74-90 49 312-385 108 476-583 115 249-309 109 57-71 78 102-127 72 305-380 112 237-297 94 83-108 88 116-151 75

FG-FGA G 22-41 72 115-249 97 89-210 115 71-179 75 43-113 127 148-394 103 84-223 90 39-105 32 153-424 109 52-144 60


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

CAREER RECORDS - DIVISION II Scoring

Field Goal Percentage (min.50 made)

Points 2049 1758 1308 1139 1110 1072 911 797 619 614

Leora JUSTER (115 games) Michelle OSIER (127 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) Hillary HANSEN (112 games) Meaghan NOUD (94 games) Alexis GASKIN (122 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games) Kim BUFFUM (85 games)

2003-07 2005-09 2000-04 2001-05 2003-07 2005-08 2005-09 2000-03 2002-06 S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON (109 games) 2001-05

Scoring Average (minimum 10 games) 17.8 13.8 13.2 12.0 11.4 11.2 10.5 9.9 9.9 9.8

Leora JUSTER (115 games) Michelle OSIER (127 games) Chelsea CARLISLE (24 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Meaghan NOUD (94 games) Genevieve RUVALD (27 games) Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) Maya FOK (48 games) Hillary HANSEN (112 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games)

2003-07 2005-09 20082000-04 2005-08 2000-01 2001-05 2000-02 2003-07 2000-03

Field Goals Field Goals Made 742 692 453 412 387 369 347 284 222 211

Leora JUSTER (115 games) Michelle OSIER (127 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) Hillary HANSEN (112 games) Alexis GASKIN (122 games) Meaghan NOUD (94 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games)

2003-07 2005-09 2000-04 2001-05 2003-07 2005-09 2005-08 2000-03 S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON (109 games) 2001-05 Kim BUFFUM (85 games) 2002-06

Field Goals Attempted 1508 1500 1212 1098 924 887 760 745 592 563

Leora JUSTER (115 games) Michelle OSIER (127 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) Hillary HANSEN (112 games) Meaghan NOUD (94 games) Alexis GASKIN (122 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games) Kim BUFFUM (85 games)

2003-07 2005-09 2000-04 2001-05 2003-07 2005-08 2005-09 2000-03 2002-06 S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON (109 games) 2001-05

.492 .486 .485 .461 .450 .439 .431 .431 .419

Leora JUSTER (742-1508) 2003-07 Alexis GASKIN (369-760) 2005-09 Ashley KOKJOHN (79-163) 2000-01 Michelle OSIER (692-1500) 2005-09 Karina SIAM (158-351) 2001-03,04-05 Chelsea CARLISLE (108-246) 2008Annette ILG (146-339) 2006Danyiel WORTHAM (135-313) 2000-02 Hillary HANSEN (387-924) 2003-07

3-Point Field Goals Kim BUFFUM (85 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Meaghan NOUD (94 games) Leora JUSTER (115 games) Andrea HEROLD (54 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games) Alexis MEZZETTA (102 games) Lauren SARGENT (60 games) Maya FOK (48 games) Michelle OSIER (127 games)

2002-06 2000-04 2005-08 2003-07 2003-05 2000-03 2004-08 2001-04 2000-02 2005-09

Kim BUFFUM (85 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Meaghan NOUD (94 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games) Leora JUSTER (115 games) Andrea HEROLD (54 games) Alexis MEZZETTA (102 games) Maya FOK (48 games) Lauren SARGENT (60 games) Erin NOONAN (84 games)

476 331 312 305 249 237 196 173 170 167

Leora JUSTER (115 games) Michelle OSIER (127 games) Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) Hillary HANSEN (112 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Meaghan NOUD (94 games) Maya FOK (48 games) Alexis GASKIN (122 games) S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON (109 g) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games)

583 519 385 380 321 309 297 266 273 229

Leora JUSTER (115 games) Michelle OSIER (127 games) Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) Hillary HANSEN (112 games) S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON (109 g) Ali GINN (109 games) Meaghan NOUD (94 games) Alexis GASKIN (122 games) Maya FOK (48 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games)

2002-06 2000-04 2005-08 2000-03 2003-07 2003-05 2004-08 2000-02 2001-04 2006-

.816 .810 .806 .803 .803 .798 .782 .781 .736 .733

2003-07 2005-09 2001-05 2003-07 2001-05 2000-04 2005-08 2005-09 2000-02 2000-03

Leora JUSTER (476-583) 2003-07 Margaret JOHNSON (312-385) 2001-05 Ali GINN (249-309) 2000-04 Karina SIAM (102-127) 2001-03,04-05 Hillary HANSEN (305-380) 2003-07 Meaghan NOUD (237-297) 2005-08 Chelsea CARLISLE (61-78) 2008Kimberly HONG (25-32) 2000-01 Erin NOONAN (89-121) 2006Meghan MCGOVERN (11-15) 2005-07

3-Point FG Percentage (min. 10 made)

Rebounding

.537 .424 .381 .379 .371 .361 .361 .354 .346 .346 .339

Rebounds

Karina SIAM (22-41) 2001-03,04-05 Leora JUSTER (89-210) 2003-07 Michelle OSIER (43-113) 2005-09 Kaycie BULL (11-29) 2006-08 Annette ILG (39-105) 2006Lauren SARGENT (52-144) 2001-04 Ali GINN (153-424) 2000-04 Kim BUFFUM (165-466) 2002-06 Meaghan NOUD (141-407) 2005-08 Andrea HEROLD (64-185) 2003-05 Chelsea CARLISLE (40-118) 2008-

33

2003-07 2005-09 2001-05 2003-07 2000-04 2005-08 2000-02 2005-09 2001-05 2000-03

Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 made)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 466 424 407 219 210 185 182 175 144 119

Free Throws Made

Free Throws Attempted

3-Point Field Goals Made 165 153 141 89 64 62 54 52 47 43

Free Throws

1188 911 747 682 586 536 482 397 373 303

Michelle OSIER (448o-740d) Margaret JOHNSON (312o-599d) GALLAGHER-BOLTON (292o-455d) Hillary HANSEN (280o-402d) Alexis GASKIN (220o-366d) Leora JUSTER (204o-332d) Ali GINN (159o-323d) Nicholle BROMLEY (128o-269d) Katie MCGANN (125o-248d) Danyiel WORTHAM (109o-194d)

2005-09 2001-05 2001-05 2003-07 2005-09 2003-07 2000-04 2000-03 2001-05 2000-02


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Rebounding Average (min. 20 games)

Blocked Shots Average (min. 20 games)

Games Started

9.4 8.8 8.4 6.9 6.3 6.1 5.8 5.6 5.4 4.9

1.4 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3

126 113 97 90 84 79 65 64 55 47

Michelle OSIER (127 games) 2005-09 Ashley KOKJOHN (27 games) 2000-01 Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) 2001-05 S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON (109 g) 2001-05 Genevieve RUVALD (27 games) 2000-01 Hillary HANSEN (112 games) 2003-07 Briana HINGA (39 games) 2002-03,05-06 Danyiel WORTHAM (54 games) 2000-02 Kimberly NEAL (22 games) 2000-01 Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games) 2000-03

Briana HINGA (39 games) 2002-03,05-06 Jillian RICKS (31 games) 2006-07 Michelle OSIER (127 games) 2005-09 Leilani MARTIN (32 games) 2008Kimberly NEAL (22 games) 2000-01 Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) 2001-05 S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON (109 g) 2001-05 Alexis GASKIN (122 games) 2005-09 Amy RUFF (20 games) 2000-01 Karina SIAM (72 games) 2001-03,04-05

Assists

Steals

Total Assists

Steals

397 247 237 214 200 198 173 164 162 160

Leora JUSTER Alexis MEZZETTA Hillary HANSEN Ali GINN Margaret JOHNSON Michelle OSIER Maya FOK Nicholle BROMLEY Andrea HEROLD Kim BUFFUM

2003-07 2004-08 2003-07 2000-04 2001-05 2005-09 2000-02 2000-03 2003-05 2002-06

Assists Average (min.20 games) 3.9 3.6 3.5 3.2 3.2 3.0 2.8 2.8 2.4 2.1

Chelsea CARLISLE (24 games) Maya FOK (48 games) Leora JUSTER (115 games) Genevieve RUVALD (27 games) Thea BACHMANN (29 games) Andrea HEROLD (54 games) Leilani MARTIN (32 games) Kacie KOSTLAN (46 games) Alexis MEZZETTA (102 games) Hillary HANSEN (112 games)

20082000-02 2003-07 2000-01 2002-04 2003-05 20082005-07 2004-08 2003-07

Michelle OSIER Leora JUSTER Margaret JOHNSON Ali GINN Nicholle BROMLEY Maya FOK Hillary HANSEN Alexis MEZZETTA Meaghan NOUD Erin NOONAN

2005-09 2003-07 2001-05 2000-04 2000-03 2000-02 2003-07 2004-08 2005-08 2006-

Maya FOK (48 games) Michelle OSIER (127 games) Genevieve RUVALD (27 games) Leora JUSTER (115 games) Chelsea CARLISLE (24 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games) Margaret JOHNSON (108 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Kacie KOSTLAN (46 games) Leilani MARTIN (32 games)

2000-02 2005-09 2000-01 2003-07 20082000-03 2001-05 2000-04 2005-07 2008-

Participation

Total Blocks Michelle OSIER Briana HINGA Margaret JOHNSON S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON Alexis GASKIN Jillian RICKS Erin NOONAN Meaghan NOUD Ali GINN Leilani Martin Karina SIAM

2.6 2.5 2.4 1.9 1.8 1.6 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3

2005-09 2002-03,05-06 2001-05 2001-05 2005-09 2006-07 20062005-06 2000-04 20082001-03,04-05

Games Played 127 122 115 112 109 109 108 102 96 94

2005-09 2003-07 2001-05 2003-07 2000-04 2000-03 2001-05 2005-09 20062003-05

Minutes

Steals Average (min. 20 games)

Blocked Shots 77 55 42 39 38 23 22 22 20 19 19

319 216 145 139 127 123 100 97 83 80

Michelle OSIER Leora JUSTER Margaret JOHNSON Hillary HANSEN Ali GINN Nicholle BROMLEY S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON Alexis GASKIN Erin NOONAN Andrea HEROLD

Michelle OSIER Alexis GASKIN Leora JUSTER Hillary HANSEN S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON Ali GINN Margaret JOHNSON Alexis MEZZETTA Katie MCGANN Meaghan NOUD

34

2005-09 2004-09 2003-07 2003-07 2001-05 2000-04 2001-05 2004-05 2001-05 2005-08

4229 3573 3086 2917 2855 2538 2537 2434 2043 1940

Michelle OSIER Leora JUSTER Ali GINN Hillary HANSEN Margaret JOHNSON Nicholle BROMLEY S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON Alexis GASKIN Meaghan NOUD Erin NOONAN

2005-09 2003-07 2000-04 2003-07 2001-05 2000-03 2001-05 2005-09 2005-08 2006-

Minutes Average 33.3 31.3 31.1 30.9 28.9 28.8 28.6 28.4 28.3 26.6

Michelle OSIER (127 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (81 games) Leora JUSTER (115 games) Maya FOK (48 games) Chelsea CARLISLE (24 games) Leilani MARTIN (32 games) Genevieve RUVALD (27 games) Ashley KOKJOHN (27 games) Ali GINN (109 games) Andrea HEROLD (54 games)

2005-09 2000-03 2003-07 2000-02 200820082000-01 2000-01 2000-04 2003-05


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS - DIVISION II Scoring

Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 made)

Points 717 616 592 532 492 431 418 397 389 389

Leora JUSTER (32 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Meaghan NOUD (35 games) Michelle OSIER (35 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games) Hillary HANSEN (31 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Leora JUSTER (27 games) Alexis GASKIN (32 games) Ali GINN (27 games)

2006-07 2005-06 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2006-07 2002-03 2004-05 2008-09 2001-02

Scoring Average (minimum 5 games) 22.4 22.0 16.9 15.5 15.4 15.2 14.7 14.4 14.0 13.9

Leora JUSTER (32 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Meaghan NOUD (35 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games) Michelle OSIER (35 games) Leora JUSTER (27 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Margaret JOHNSON (27 games) Hillary HANSEN (31 games)

2006-07 2005-06 2007-08 2002-03 2008-09 2007-08 2004-05 2001-02 2004-05 2006-07

Field Goals Leora JUSTER (32 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Michelle OSIER (35 games) Meaghan NOUD (35 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games) Alexis GASKIN (32 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Leora JUSTER (27 games) Hillary HANSEN (31 games) Michelle OSIER (28 games)

2006-07 2005-06 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2008-09 2002-03 2004-05 2006-07 2005-06

Field Goals Attempted 489 482 466 422 418 397 363 330 328 325

Meaghan NOUD (35 games) Leora JUSTER (32 games) Michelle OSIER (35 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Margaret JOHNSON (27 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Hillary HANSEN (31 games) Ali GINN (28 games)

Alexis GASKIN (22-40) Leora JUSTER (255-482) Alexis GASKIN (157-313) Amy RUFF (18-36) Leora JUSTER (210-422) Michelle OSIER (150-302) Lauren FREIDENBERG (23-47) Alexis GASKIN (148-305) Ashley KOKJOHN (79-163) Michelle OSIER (149-311)

2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 2000-01 2005-06 2005-06 2008-09 2007-08 2000-01 2006-07

3-Point Field Goals Made 84 62 57 56 48 42 40 37 36 36

Meaghan NOUD (35 games) Kim BUFFUM (28 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Kim BUFFUM (27 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Kim BUFFUM (28 games) Chelsea CARLISLE (24 games) Leora JUSTER (32 games) Andrea HEROLD (27 games) Meaghan NOUD (32 games)

2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2005-06 2008-09 2002-03 2004-05 2001-02 2006-07 2003-04

245 187 158 152 123 118 114 106 105 99

Meaghan NOUD (35 games) Kim BUFFUM (27 games) Kim BUFFUM (28 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Chelsea CARLISLE (24 games) Kim BUFFUM (28 games) Meaghan NOUD (32 games) Ali GINN (28 games) Andrea HEROLD (27 games)

Free Throws Made 170 165 132 123 122 116 107 103 100 95

Leora JUSTER (32 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Meaghan NOUD (35 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games) Hillary HANSEN (31 games) Maya FOK (25 games) Michelle OSIER (35 games) Margaret JOHNSON (27 games) Hillary HANSEN (28 games) Margaret JOHNSON (27 games)

2007-08 2005-06 2002-03 2004-05 2001-02 2003-04 2008-09 2006-07 2004-05 2006-07

212 191 172 168 163 163 144 135 132 127 125

Leora JUSTER (32 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Michelle OSIER (35 games) Michelle OSIER (35 games) Meaghan NOUD (35 games) Maya FOK (25 games) Hillary HANSEN (31 games) Genevieve RUVALD (27 games) Leilani MARTIN (32 games) Hillary HANSEN (28 games) Margaret JOHNSON (27 games)

2007-08 2004-05 2005-06 2002-03 2001-02 2008-09 2003-04 2006-07 2003-04 2004-05

1.000 .867 .866 .864 .852 .847 .835 .830 .826 .824

Laura MOORE (10-10) Hillary HANSEN (26-30) Meaghan NOUD (71-82) Leora JUSTER (165-191) Karina SIAM (46-54) Hillary HANSEN (122-144) Ali GINN (91-109) Margaret Johnson (73-88) Margaret Johnson (95-115) Margaret Johnson (103-125)

Rebounding

.491 .458 .457 .456 .411 .402 .395 .392 .390 .378

Rebounds

35

2006-07 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2000-01 2006-07 2000-01 2008-09 2005-06 2004-05

Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 made)

3-Point FG Percentage (min. 10 made) Michelle OSIER (26-53) Karina SIAM (11-24) Leora JUSTER (37-81) Leora JUSTER (31-68) Lauren SARGENT (30-73) Nicholle BROMLEY (33-82) Leora JUSTER (17-43) Kim BUFFUM (62-158) Ali GINN (48-123) Erin NOONAN (14-37)

2006-07 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09 2006-07 2000-01 2007-08 2004-05 2005-06 2003-04

Free Throws Attempted

3-Point Field Goals

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

Field Goals Made 255 210 207 188 182 157 152 150 150 150

.550 .529 .502 .500 .498 .497 .489 .485 .485 .479

Free Throws

2006-07 2004-05 2006-07 2005-06 2001-02 2002-03 2004-05 2005-06 2001-02 2008-09

380 289 277 259 257 237 232 231 229 217

Michelle OSIER (152o-228d) Michelle OSIER (90o-199d) Margaret JOHNSON (85o-192d) Michelle OSIER (85o-174d) Michelle OSIER (119o-138d) Ashley KOKJOHN (97o-140d) Margaret JOHNSON (77o-155d) Hillary HANSEN (74o-157d) S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON (99o-130d) Alexis GASKIN (91o-126d)

2007-08 2003-04 2006-07 2005-06 2002-03 2006-07 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

2007-08 2008-09 2004-05 2006-07 2005-06 2000-01 2003-04 2006-07 2003-04 2007-08


Record Book 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Rebounding Average (min. 10 games)

Blocked Shots Average (min.10 games)

Games Started

10.9 10.3 9.2 9.0 8.8 8.6 8.2 8.1 7.7 7.6

1.9 0.9 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5

35 35 34 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 31 29

Michelle OSIER (35 games) 2007-08 Margaret JOHNSON (27 games) 2004-05 Michelle OSIER (28 games) 2005-06 Michelle OSIER (32 games) 2008-09 Ashley KOKJOHN (27 games) 2000-01 Margaret JOHNSON (27 games) 2003-04 GALLAGHER-BOLTON (28 games)2003-04 Michelle OSIER (32 games) 2006-07 GALLAGHER-BOLTON (27 games)2004-05 Margaret JOHNSON (27 games) 2001-02

Assists Assists 159 138 121 117 100 93 91 88 87 87

Alexis MEZZETTA Leora JUSTER Kacie KOSTLAN Leora JUSTER Maya FOK Chelsea CARLISLE Leilani MARTIN Thea BACHMANN Hillary HANSEN Genevieve RUVALD

2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 2005-06 2000-01 2008-09 2008-09 2002-03 2005-06 2000-01

Assists Average (min. 10 games) 4.5 4.3 4.2 4.0 3.9 3.8 3.3 3.2 3.2 3.2

Alexis MEZZETTA (35 games) Leora JUSTER (32 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Maya FOK (25 games) Chelsea CARLISLE (24 games) Kacie KOSTLAN (32 games) Thea BACHMANN (27 games) Genevieve RUVALD (27 games) Andrea HEROLD (27 games) Maya FOK (23 games)

2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2000-01 2008-09 2006-07 2002-03 2000-01 2004-05 2001-02

Blocked Shots

Briana HINGA (27 games) 2005-06 GALLAGHER-BOLTON (27 games)2004-05 Michelle OSIER (32 games) 2008-09 Michelle OSIER (35 games) 2007-08 Jillian RICKS (31 games) 2006-07 Leilani MARTIN (32 games) 2008-09 Michelle OSIER (28 games) 2005-06 Margaret JOHNSON (27 games) 2003-04 Alexis GASKIN (32 games) 2008-09 Erin NOONAN (21 games) 2008-09 Michelle OSIER (32 games) 2006-07 Kimberly NEAL (22 games) 2000-01

Steals Michelle OSIER Michelle OSIER Michelle OSIER Michelle OSIER Maya FOK Leora JUSTER Leora JUSTER Genevieve RUVALD Annette ILG Kacie KOSTLAN

2005-06 2008-09 2006-07 2007-08 2000-01 2005-06 2006-07 2000-01 2008-09 2006-07

Steals Average (min. 10 games) 3.1 3.0 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.1 2.1 2.1 1.8 1.8

Michelle OSIER (28 games) Maya FOK (25 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games) Genevieve RUVALD (27 games) Michelle OSIER (35 games) Maya FOK (23 games) Leora JUSTER (32 games) Chelsea CARLISE (24 games) Annette ILG (32 games)

2005-06 2000-01 2005-06 2008-09 2006-07 2000-01 2007-08 2001-02 2006-07 2008-09 2008-09

Blocked Shots 52 23 23 23 22 19 17 16 15 15

Briana HINGA Michelle OSIER Jillian RICKS S. GALLAGHER-BOLTON Michelle OSIER Leilani MARTIN Michelle OSIER Michelle OSIER Alexis GASKIN Margaret JOHNSON

2005-06 2007-08 2006-07 2004-05 2008-09 2008-09 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 2003-04

Participation Games Played 35 35 35 35 35 35 34

2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2007-08

Minutes

Steals 87 79 77 75 74 72 68 64 56 55

Erin NOONAN Meaghan NOUD Michelle OSIER Alexis GASKIN Annette ILG Leilani MARTIN Michelle OSIER Michelle OSIER Kacie KOSTLAN Leora JUSTER Hillary HANSEN Alexis GASKIN

Diahnn FUTALAN Alexis GASKIN Alexis MEZZETTA Erin NOONAN Meaghan NOUD Michelle OSIER Annette ILG

36

2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08

1228 1120 1065 1064 1033 1014 1013 1007 964 922

Michelle OSIER Leora JUSTER Meaghan NOUD Michelle OSIER Erin NOONAN Alexis MEZZETTA Michelle OSIER Hillary HANSEN Annette ILG Alexis GASKIN

2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 2008-09 2008-09

Minutes Average 35.1 35.0 33.2 33.2 32.5 32.5 32.2 31.9 31.7 31.7

Michelle OSIER (35 games) Leora JUSTER (32 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games) Ali GINN (27 games) Michelle OSIER (28 games) Hillary HANSEN (31 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (27 games) Leora JUSTER (28 games) Nicholle BROMLEY (27 games) Michelle OSIER (32 games)

2007-08 2006-07 2008-09 2002-03 2005-06 2006-07 2001-02 2005-06 2000-01 2006-07


All-Time Roster 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL -AAAAAddie Alexander (1) .................1997-99 Kim Allen..................................1983-84 Kathleen Alvarez (3) ................1988-92 Sioux Amaral ...........................1972-75 Katie Anderson (3) ........ 2002-04, 05-06 -BBBBThea Bachman (2) ...................2002-04 Evelyn Barata ..........................1975-76 Diana Barba.............................1972-74 Jenessa Bayda (4)...................1994-99 Grace Bearis............................1980-83 Lisa Beaver (4) ........................1989-94 Natalie Beaver (1)....................1999-00 Kathy Begaye ..........................1973-74 Summer Begley (3)..................1995-98 Cely Bergado ...........................1975-77 S. Bergaer ...............................1975-76 Renee Berryman .....................1973-77 Kelly Bertoldo (1) .....................2004-05 Debbie Birman .........................1978-79 Stephanie Bloss.......................1975-76 Kimarie Boatner .......................1975-76 Tiffany Booth............................1989-90 Lisa Brewer..............................1973-74 Nicholle Bromley (4) ................1999-03 Torrey Brown ...........................1983-84 Kim Buffum (3).........................2003-06 Kaycie Bull (2) .........................2006-08 Lisa Burlini ...............................1978-79 -CCCCKristen Cabral (1)...................2008-09 Nancy Caparaz (3) ..................1986-90 Chelsea Carlisle (1) ...............2008-09 Angela Carr .............................1999-00 Anne Carrington ......................1975-77 Alison Cartwright (4) ................1989-93 Allison Chin..............................1972-76 Hillary Chittick .............. 1971-73, 74-75 Emily Chow..............................1971-72 Ann-Marie Christian (1) ...........1996-97 Anik Clemens (1) .....................1996-97 Andrea Clark............................1983-84 Diane Clark ..............................1971-72 Heidi Clausen ..........................1992-93 Sandra Clegg...........................1975-76 Laureen Colbert .......................1976-78

Jenelle Conklin (1) ...................2008-09 Cecily Connor (2).....................2006-08 Pam Contini (4)........................1993-97 Beth Copeland (1) ...................1985-87 Carli Corliss (1) ........................2001-02 Chris Craun (1) ........................1999-00 Julie Cross ...............................1983-84 -DDDDDebbie Dahmer .......................1984-85 C. Jean Dangler.......................1980-82 Bernadette Diepenbrock (4) .......1987-91 Michelle DiGuilio (2) ................1989-91 Lindsey Dreher (1) .....................2008-EEEEElaine Eaker ............................1971-72 Mary Egan ...............................1978-82 Megan Ehmke (1) ....................2008-09 Chris Ely (3) .............................1986-90 Shanda Elzy (1) .......................1984-87 Marci Ernsberger (4)................1996-00 Megan Eshilian (2)...................2003-05 -FFFFErynne Faucett (3) ...................2000-03 Carol Federiuk .........................1974-75 Joanne Feldman ......................1980-81 Kathy Fitzpatrick (1).................1988-89 Krystle Flower (2) ....................2006-08 Maya Fok (2) ...........................2000-02 Elaine Fong .............................1972-73 Debbie Fox ..............................1979-81 Teik Francis .............................1982-84 Amy Franzen (4) .......... 1993-96, 97-98 Lauren Freidenberg (1) .............2008Wendy Freed ...........................1981-82 Michelle Frost ..........................1974-75 Jenny Fulbright ........................1997-98 Diahnn Futalan (4) ...................2004-08 -GGGGStacy Gallagher-Bolton (4) ..........2001-05 Alexis Gaskin (4) .....................2005-09 Carol Gebhardt ........................1975-77 Ali Ginn (4)...............................2000-04 Lori Goldfarb ............................1978-79 Anne Goodger (3) ....................1985-89 Dani Grady .................. 1976-78, 79-81

37

Lisa Grazzini ............................1986-87 Laura Greenberg .....................1974-77 Jennifer Gregory .......... 1981-83, 84-86 Pam Guillory ............................1975-76 Tessa Guy (1) ..........................1998-00 -HHHHHillary Hansen (4) ....................2003-07 Diana Harvey ...........................1973-74 Valerie Hardie ..........................1981-83 Heidi Hasemann (1).................1991-93 Carol Hawley ...........................1976-80 Michelle Henricks (4) ...............1991-95 Andrea Herold (2) ....................2003-05 Briana Hinga (2) .......... 2002-03, 05-06 Wen Chi Ho .............................1974-76 Lisa Hoffman ...........................1975-76 Kimberly Hong (1)....................2000-01 Renee Hudec (4) .....................1998-02 -IIIIAnnette Ilg (3).............................2006-JJJJKelsey Janusch (1) ..................2006-07 Marcia Jeffries (4) ....................1992-96 Allison Johnson .......................1986-87 Margaret Johnson (4) ..............2001-05 Molly Jonnum (2) .....................1990-92 Paula Jordanek........................1972-73 Heidi Jungling (1).....................1983-87 Karli Jungwirth (3)....................1994-98 Leora Juster (4) .......................2003-07 -KKKKCarole Kastler ..........................1976-78 Jeanine Kirkland ......................1992-93 Sandy Keaton ..........................1984-87 Jill Keene .................................1978-82 Beth Koenig (2)........................1987-89 Ashley Kokjohn (4) ..................1997-01 Jill Koster (2)............................1986-89 Kacie Kostlan (2) .....................2005-07 Julie Krause .............................1982-85 Michelle Krueger (1) ....... 1985-86, 87-88 -LLLLBelle Lee..................................1975-76 Michele Leohner ......................1987-90


All-Time Roster 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Amy Leu (1) .............................1998-00 Shaina Lipa (1) ........................2007-08 Judy Lower ..............................1971-74 Amy Lu ....................................1994-95 Lorie Luchenbill .......................1971-72 Diane Ludwig ...........................1973-74 -MMMMStacie MacFayden ...................1978-82 Katrin Mackarehtschian ...........1987-88 Jan Martin ................................1979-83 Leilani Martin (1) ...................2008-09 Marla Mason (2) ......................2006-08 Chris McCallum (2) ..................1984-88 Amy McClure (4)......................1995-99 Katie McGann (4) ....................2001-05 Kelly McGlothlin (2) .................1992-95 Meghan McGovern (2).............2005-07 Mollie McIntyre (2) ...................2007-09 Shelley McKeone.....................1982-84 Lynne McLevie (1) ...................1984-87 Kathy McNeill...........................1989-90 Sara Mease (3) ........................1991-93 Tianna Meriage (4) ..................1994-98 Gioia Messinger.......................1979-81 Alexis Mezzetta (4) ..................2004-08 Andrea Michelotti .....................1982-84 Sara Miller ...............................1990-91 Mindy Misawa (2) ....................1998-00 Laura Moore (2) .......................2006-08 Debbie Mullen...............................1971 Serena Murillo (1) ....................1989-91 Lauren Murray .........................2000-01 -NNNNWendy Nakayama ...................1979-81 Kimberly Neal (4) .....................1997-01 Sandahl Nelson (1) ..................2001-02 Megan Niedermeyer (2)...........2003-05 Koko Nishi (1) ..........................1998-99 Erin Noonan (3) ..........................2006Meaghan Noud (3)...................2005-08 A. Novak ..................................1975-76 Jeanne Nunnelly ......................1977-78 -OOOOMichelle Osier (4) ....................2005-09 Kate Ostdick (1) .......................2002-03 Tami Oviatt (4) .........................1991-95

-PPPPSue Papanek ...........................1971-72 Paulette Parker ........................1981-83 Stacey Patsko (3) ....................1992-95 Robyn Phillips (4) ...................2000-04 Krista Poehler (4).....................1994-98 -QQQQTrang Quach ............................1992-93 -RRRRTracy Ragatz (3) ......................1985-89 Debbie Ralph ...........................1976-78 Robin Reade............................1974-76 Teresa Regan ..........................1971-72 Virginia Richards .....................1977-78 Jillian Ricks (1) ........................2006-07 Sharon Roberts .......................1973-75 Debbie Robertson........ 1974-76, 77-78 Debra Robinson.......................1974-75 Dionis Roggeveen ...................1977-78 Melissa Rosen .........................1980-83 Paula Rosenstein ....................1978-80 Marla Ross .................. 1974-76, 77-78 Emily Rubin .............................1990-91 Michelle Rubin .........................1982-84 Amy Ruff (1) ............................2000-01 Genevieve Ruvald (4) ..............1997-01 Valerie Ryan (2) .......................1992-93 -SSSSAllena Salmon .........................1971-75 Lia Sandoval ............................1977-78 Natasha Saran (1) ...................1997-99 Lauren Sargent (3) ..................2001-04 Stacie Sasaki ...........................1989-90 Joy Sato...................................1971-72 Sarah Schneider (4) ................1993-97 Erica Scholl (2) ........................1989-93 Laurie Scott .............................1978-79 Nadirah Scott (3) ......... 1985-88, 89-90 Susan Self ...............................1975-76 Sue Semrau.............................1983-85 Javanah Shelby .......................1978-80 Leslie Sherman........................1984-85 Karina Siam (3)........................2001-05 Courtney Simpson ...................1984-86 Francine Smith ........................1979-80 Page Smith ..............................1974-75

38

Hillary Somers .........................1992-93 Kathy Spatafore .......................1972-73 Mary Jo Speer .........................1976-78 Lisa Stewart ................. 1974-76, 77-78 Tricia Stilwell (2) ......................1991-93 Kim Stonecipher ......................1985-86 Brenda Sweatt .........................1981-83 -TTTTAshley Tanimoto ......................1988-89 Cindie Tashima ........................1971-73 Tristen Teasdale (4) .................1995-99 Sandra Timmons .....................1973-74 Kate Turnbull (4) ......................1996-00 -UUUMagdalena Usher (1) ............2008-09 -VVVVMonique Vaillancourt (3) ..1988-89, 90-92 Neyra Valenzuela (1) ...............2007-08 Shelli Velie (1)..........................1985-88 -WWWWCarla Washington ....................1981-82 Deborah Waters ......................1975-76 Bianca Watson (1) ...................2002-03 Anne Westmoreland (4)...........1993-97 Allison Weston (2) .....................2007Shannon Williams (1) ..............1987-88 Martha Wong (1)......................1998-99 M. Paula Womack ...................1978-81 Sally Wolfe................... 1973-74, 75-76 Sharon Wood...........................1972-73 Danyiel Wortham (4)................1998-02 -YYYYCindy Yamasaki (4) .................1993-97 Lisa Yonemoto .........................1977-81 Cari Young (4)..........................1988-92 Tricia Young .............................2000-01 -ZZZZCamille Zeiter ..........................1986-87 Cindy Zimmerman ...................1976-78 ( ) Denotes Letter Awards, which began in 1986-87.


All-Time Series Records 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL OPPONENT

W

L

PCT.

Fort Lewis ..............................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Franklin and Marshall College ...............1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Glenville State (WV) ..............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Grand Canyon University ......................8 .......3 ....... .727 Grace College........................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Hamline University.................................1 .......1 ....... .500 Harding University .................................0 .......1 ....... .000 Hawaii Pacific ........................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Holy Family ............................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Holy Names College ..............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Howard Payne University ......................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Humboldt State ......................................6 .......3 ....... .667 Idaho, University of ...............................0 .......1 ....... .000 Jersey City State College ......................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 John Carroll College ..............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Lake Forest College ..............................2 .......1 ....... .667

Alaska-Fairbanks ...................................3 .......0 ..... 1.000 Alaska Anchorage..................................1 .......1 ....... .500 Amherst College ....................................2 .......0 ..... 1.000 Augustana College (IL) ..........................1 .......1 ....... .500 Azusa Pacific University ........................6 ......12 ...... .333 Bethany College (KS) ............................0 .......1 ....... .000 Bethel College .......................................2 .......1 ....... .667 Buena Vista University ..........................0 .......2 ....... .000 Biola University ......................................0 .......5 ....... .000 Cal Baptist .............................................3 ......16 ...... .158 Cal Tech.................................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Cal Lutheran .........................................19 ......6 ....... .760 Cal Poly ................................................0 .......1 ....... .000 Cal Poly Pomona ...................................9 .......9 ....... .500 Cal State Bakersfield .............................4 ......10 ...... .286 Cal State Dominguez Hills ....................16 ......8 ....... .667 Cal State Hayward.................................2 .......1 ....... .667 Cal State L.A. .......................................16 ......4 ....... .800 Cal State Monterey Bay........................10 ......0 ..... 1.000 Cal State Northridge ..............................0 .......1 ....... .000 Cal State San Bernardino .....................19 .....17 ...... .528 Cal State Stanislaus .............................16 ......8 ....... .667 Carnegie Mellon University....................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Central Washington University ..............3 .......2 ....... .600 Chapman University .............................12 ......5 ....... .706 Chico State University ..........................11......10 ...... .524 Christ College of Irvine ..........................8 .......2 ....... .800 Christian Heritage College....................12 ......0 ..... 1.000 Claremont Mudd Scripps ......................12 ......8 ....... .600 Clark University ....................................1 .......3 ....... .250 Colby College ........................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Colorado Christian .................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Colorado College ...................................2 .......1 ....... .667 Concordia College (MN) ........................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Concordia University (CA) .....................7 .......4 ....... .636 Concordia University (WI)......................0 .......1 ....... .000 Dixie State College ................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Defiance College ...................................0 .......1 ....... .000 Drury University .....................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Elmira College .......................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Emmanuel College ................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Findlay, University of .............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000

La Sierra University ...............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 La Verne, University of ........................17 .....10 ...... .630 Lawrence ...............................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Loyola Marymount ................................2 .......4 ....... .333 Macalester College ................................2 .......0 ..... 1.000 Marian College ......................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Master’s College, The ..........................10 ......2 ....... .833 McKendree College ...............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Middlebury College ................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Millikin College.......................................2 .......3 ....... .400 Mills College .........................................12 ......0 ..... 1.000 Minnesota-Crookston, Univ. of ..............0 .......1 ....... .000 Montana State University-Billings ..........0 .......3 ....... .000 Muhlenberg College (PA) ......................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Nazareth College ...................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Nebraska Wesleyan University..............0 .......2 ....... .000 Notre Dame de Namur ..........................6 .......0 ..... 1.000 North Central College ............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Northern Arizona University ...................0 .......2 ....... .000 Northern Montana, Univ. of....................0 .......1 ....... .000 North Park College ................................0 .......1 ....... .000 Northwest Nazarene ..............................2 .......0 ..... 1.000 Norwich University .................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Occidental College ...............................13 ......2 ....... .867 Oregon Tech College .............................1 .......1 ....... .500 Ottawa University ..................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Pacific Christian College........................3 .......0 ..... 1.000

39


All-Time Series Records 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Pacific Lutheran University ....................0 .......1 ....... .000 Patten College .......................................0 .......1 ....... .000 Penn State Behrend College .................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Peru State College ................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Point Loma Nazarene University ..........27 .....21 ...... .563 Pomona-Pitzer College.........................15 ......8 ....... .652 Puget Sound, University of ....................1 .......1 ....... .500 Redlands, University of ........................20 ......3 ....... .870 Ripon College ........................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 St. Benedict, College of .........................0 .......2 ....... .000 St. Cloud State University......................0 .......1 ....... .000 St. Martin’s College ...............................0 .......1 ....... .000 St. Mary’s (TX).......................................0 .......1 ....... .000 St. Mary’s College .................................0 .......1 ....... .000 St. Thomas, University of ......................0 .......7 ....... .000 San Diego Christian College .................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 San Diego City College .........................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 San Diego State University....................2 .......5 ....... .286 San Diego, University of .......................2 ......11....... .154 San Francisco State ............................17 ......9 ....... .654 Savannah College of Art & Design ........1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Scranton, University of ..........................1 .......2 ....... .333 Seattle Pacific University .......................0 .......8 ....... .000 Smith College ........................................4 .......0 ....... .000 Sonoma State University ......................11......10 ...... .524 South Dakota .........................................0 .......1 ....... .000 Southern Connecticut State...................0 .......1 ...... .000 Southern Maine, University of ...............1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Southern Oregon University ..................0 .......1 ....... .000 Southern Utah University.......................0 .......1 ....... .000 Southwestern University ........................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Texas A&M Kingsville ............................0 .......1 ....... .000 Trinity University (TX) ............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Tufts University ......................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 UC Berkeley ..........................................1 .......3 ....... .250 UC Davis ...............................................3 ......12 ...... .200 UC Irvine................................................0 .......6 ....... .000 UCLA .....................................................0 .......2 ....... .000 UC Riverside .........................................2 ......13 ...... .133 UC Santa Barbara .................................0 .......4 ....... .000 UC Santa Cruz .....................................31 ......0 ..... 1.000 UC San Francisco .................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Upper Iowa University ...........................1 .......0 ..... 1.000

U.S. International University .................15 ......8 ....... .652 Vanguard University .............................17 ......5 ....... .773 West Texas A&M ...................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Western Connecticut State ....................0 .......1 ....... .000 Western Montana College .....................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Western New Mexico University ............4 .......0 ..... 1.000 Western State College...........................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Western Washington .............................6 .......0 ..... 1.000 Westmont College .................................0 .......2 ....... .000 Wheaton College (MA) ..........................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Whitman College ...................................1 .......1 ....... .500 Whittier College ....................................15 ......9 ....... .609 William Jewell College ...........................0 .......1 ....... .000 William Paterson College ......................2 .......0 ..... 1.000 William Smith College............................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Wisconsin Lutheran University ..............1 .......0 ..... 1.000 Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Univ. of ..............0 .......1 ....... .000 Wisconsin-LaCrosse, Univ. of................1 .......1 ....... .500 Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Univ. of .................0 .......2 ....... .000 Wisconsin-Stout, Univ. of.......................0 .......1 ....... .000 Worcester State College........................1 .......0 ..... 1.000 York College (NY) ..................................1 .......0 ..... 1.000

40


Year-By-Year Results 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL • 2008-2009 •

Coach: Charity Elliott Overall Record: 27-5 • CCAA Record: 19-1 (CCAA Regular Season Champs) Nov. 16 ... Dixie State .............................. W 71-61 Nov. 21 ... vs. Seattle Pacific .....................L 59-63 Nov. 22 ... at Western Washington ........... W 60-52 Nov. 27 .. Holy Family ............................. W 65-59 Nov. 28 .. vs. Hawaii Pacific .................... W 73-60 Nov. 29 ... at Alaska ................................. W 66-56 Dec. 5 ..... Humboldt State ....................... W 69-66 Dec. 6 ..... Sonoma State ......................... W 67-56 Dec. 19 ... St. Mary’s (TX) ..........................L 65-75 Dec. 20 ... Drury ....................................... W 86-61 Dec. 30 ... San Diego Christian ................ W 83-47 Jan. 2 ...... Cal State L.A. .......................... W 79-59 Jan. 3 ...... Cal State Dominguez Hills ...... W 66-56 Jan. 9 ...... at Cal State San Bernardino ... W 62-52 Jan. 10 .... at Cal Poly Pomona ................ W 62-58 Jan. 16 .... at Cal State Monterey Bay ...... W 69-58 Jan. 17 .... at San Francisco State ........... W 63-48 Jan. 23 .... Cal State Stanislaus ............... W 73-62 Jan. 24 .... Chico State ............................. W 62-38 Jan. 30 .... at Sonoma State .............W 78-69 (OT) Jan. 31 .... at Humboldt State ...........W 86-84 (OT) Feb. 6 ..... at Cal State Dominguez Hills .. W 69-63 Feb. 7 ..... at Cal State L.A. ...................... W 84-66 Feb. 13 ... Cal Poly Pomona .................... W 63-57 Feb. 14 ... Cal State San Bernardino .........L 59-64 Feb. 20 ... San Francisco State. .............. W 51-47 Feb. 21 ... Cal State Monterey Bay .......... W 70-50 Feb. 26 ... at Chico State ......................... W 60-46 Feb. 27 ... at Cal State Stanislaus ........... W 76-57 Mar. 3...... Cal State San Bernardino .........L 57-62 Mar. 13.... vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills! W 66-65 Mar. 14.... vs. Alaska Anchorage! ..............L 49-52 ! NCAA West Regional Game

• 2007-2008 •

Coach: Charity Elliott Overall Record: 25-10 • CCAA Record: 14-6 Nov. 2 ..... vs. Colorado Christian ............ W 69-58 Nov. 3 ..... vs. Agustana ........................... W 69-51 Nov. 4 ..... vs. Western Washington ......... W 55-45 Nov. 23 .. vs. Western New Mexico ........ W 61-52 Nov. 24 .. vs. Fort Lewis .......................... W 76-64 Nov. 30 ... Cal State Stanislaus ............... W 77-58 Dec. 1 ..... Chico State ............................. W 60-46 Dec. 16 ... Grand Canyon ........................ W 74-48 Dec. 18 ... vs. Central Washington .............L 57-65 Dec. 19 ... vs. Western Washington ......... W 83-64 Dec. 28 ... Seattle Pacific ...........................L 65-75 Dec. 29 ... Western Washington .....W 79-76 (2OT) Jan. 4 ...... at Sonoma State .......................L 41-58 Jan. 5 ...... at Humboldt State .....................L 52-70 Jan. 11 .... at Cal State Dominguez Hills .. W 65-52 Jan. 12 .... at Cal State L.A. ...................... W 60-59 Jan. 18 .... Cal Poly Pomona ......................L 61-66 Jan. 19 .... Cal State San Bernardino ....... W 68-60 Jan. 25 .... San Francisco State ............... W 64-58 Jan. 26 .... Cal State Monterey Bay .......... W 68-51 Feb. 1 ..... at Chico State ...........................L 51-60 Feb. 2 ..... at Cal State Stanislaus ........... W 67-57 Feb. 8 ..... Humboldt State .........................L 65-76 Feb. 9 ..... Sonoma State ......................... W 72-59

Feb. 15 ... Cal State L.A. .......................... W 67-30 Feb. 16 ... Cal State Dominguez Hills. ..... W 75-64 Feb. 22 ... at Cal State San Bernardino ... W 66-56 Feb. 23 ... at Cal Poly Pomona ..................L 55-72 Feb. 28 ... at Cal State Monterey Bay ...... W 74-50 Feb. 29 ... at San Francisco State ........... W 63-47 Mar. 4...... San Francisco State ............... W 59-56 Mar. 7...... vs. Sonoma State ................... W 57-55 Mar. 8...... vs. Chico State ..........................L 63-69 Mar. 14.... vs. Cal State San Bernardino! W 59-46 Mar. 15.... at Seattle Pacific! ......................L 67-76 !NCAA West Regional Game

• 2006-2007 •

Coach: Janell Jones Overall Record: 27-5 • CCAA Record: 19-3 (CCAA Tournament Champs) Nov. 18 ... at Northwest Nazarene ............. W 86-82 Dec. 1 ..... Chico State ................................ L 69-79 Dec. 2 ..... Cal State Stanislaus ................. W 97-57 Dec. 6 ..... at Cal State Dominguez Hills .... W 57-50 Dec. 19 ... vs. Seattle Pacific ...................... L 60-70 Dec. 20 ... vs. Western Washington ........... W 83-64 Dec. 29 ... Western New Mexico ................ W 87-51 Dec. 30 ... West Texas A&M ....................... W 76-71 Jan. 4 ...... at Humboldt State ..................... W 77-65 Jan. 6 ...... at Sonoma State ...............W 76-70 (OT) Jan. 12 .... at Cal State L.A. ........................ W 68-36 Jan. 13 .... at Cal State Bakersfield ............ W 72-61 Jan. 19 .... Cal State San Bernardino .......... L 47-60 Jan. 20 .... Cal Poly Pomona ...................... W 78-54 Jan. 26 .... at San Francisco State ............. W 91-71 Jan. 27 .... at Cal State Monterey Bay ........ W 81-64 Feb. 1 ..... at Cal State Stanislaus ............. W 76-48 Feb. 3 ..... at Chico State ........................... W 80-63 Feb. 6 ..... Cal State Dominguez Hills ........ W 68-64 Feb. 9 ..... Sonoma State ........................... W 66-59 Feb. 10 ... Humboldt State ......................... W 66-55 Feb. 16 ... Cal State Bakersfield ................. L 58-69 Feb. 17 ... Cal State L.A. ............................ W 86-47 Feb. 23 ... at Cal Poly Pomona .................. W 75-62 Feb. 24 ... at Cal State San Bernardino ..... W 68-51 Mar. 2...... Cal State Monterey Bay ............ W 82-68 Mar. 3...... San Francisco State ................. W 83-61 Mar. 9...... Western Washington! ................ W 78-45 Mar. 10.... Alaska Anchorage! .................... W 66-51 Mar. 12.... Chico State! .............................. W 80-63 Mar. 21.... vs. Glenville State (WV) # ......... W 71-61 Mar. 22.... vs. Southern Connecticut State# L 53-67 !NCAA West Regional Game #NCAA D-II Elite Eight Game

• 2005-2006 •

Coach: Janell Jones Overall Record: 23-5•CCAA Record: 17-3 Nov. 16 ... Alasaka-Fairbanks .................. W 79-65 Nov. 25 ... vs. South Dakota ......................L 60-61 Nov. 26 ... at Concordia (CA) ................... W 65-36 Nov. 30 ... Alaska-Fairbanks .................... W 69-58 Dec. 2 ..... at Cal State Bakersfield W 101-91 (OT) Dec. 3 ..... at Cal State L.A. ........................L 70-80 Dec. 10 ... Northwest Nazarene ............... W 75-50 Dec. 13 ... at Grand Canyon .................... W 75-66 Jan. 6 ...... Cal State Stanislaus ............... W 82-79

41

Jan. 7 ...... Chico State ............................. W 79-77 Jan. 11 .... at Cal State San Bernardino ... W 65-59 Jan. 14 .... at Cal State Monterey Bay ...... W 86-69 Jan. 20 .... Cal State Dominguez Hills ...... W 67-52 Jan. 21 .... Cal Poly Pomona .................... W 68-36 Jan. 27 .... at Sonoma State ..................... W 69-65 Jan. 28 .... at San Francisco State ........... W 93-57 Feb. 3 ..... Cal State L.A. .......................... W 80-62 Feb. 4 ..... Cal State Bakersfield ................L 72-80 Feb. 10 ... at Chico State ...........................L 68-90 Feb. 11.... at Cal State Stanislaus ........... W 89-58 Feb. 15 ... Cal State San Bernardino ....... W 96-68 Feb. 17 ... Cal State Monterey Bay .......... W 92-53 Feb. 19 ... Grand Canyon ........................ W 92-70 Feb. 24 ... at Cal Poly Pomona ................ W 70-50 Feb. 25 ... at Cal State Dominguez Hills .. W 68-56 Mar. 3...... San Francisco State ............... W 94-55 Mar. 4...... Sonoma State ......................... W 69-54 Mar. 10.... vs. Seattle Pacific! ....................L 57-62 !NCAA West Regional Game

• 2004-2005 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 17-10•CCAA Record: 13-7 Nov. 19 ... vs. Minnesota-Crookston .........L 61-81 Nov. 20 ... vs. Upper Iowa ........................ W 79-53 Nov. 28 ... at Humboldt State ................... W 70-63 Dec. 3 ..... Cal State Bakersfield .............. W 73-59 Dec. 4 ..... Cal State L.A. .......................... W 78-58 Dec. 17 ... at Point Loma Nazarene L 81-89 (OT) Dec. 18 ... Western New Mexico .............. W 92-66 Dec. 29 ... Western New Mexico .............. W 86-70 Dec. 30 ... St. Cloud State .........................L 56-72 Jan. 7 ...... at Cal State Stanislaus ........... W 76-65 Jan. 8 ...... at Chico State ..........................L 66-93 Jan. 12 .... Cal State San Bernardino ........L 60-63 Jan. 14 .... Cal State Monterey Bay .......... W 90-46 Jan. 21 .... at Cal State Dominguez Hills ...L 56-61 Jan. 22 .... at Cal Poly Pomona .................L 78-83 Jan. 28 .... Sonoma State ......................... W 70-60 Jan. 29 .... San Francisco State ............... W 71-56 Feb. 4 ..... at Cal State L.A. ...................... W 60-36 Feb. 5 ..... at Cal State Bakersfield ...........L 60-71 Feb. 11.... Chico State ............................. W 80-77 Feb. 12 ... Cal State Stanislaus ............... W 83-80 Feb. 16 ... at Cal State San Bernardino ....L 61-68 Feb. 19 ... at Cal State Monterey Bay ...... W 80-48 Feb. 25 ... Cal Poly Pomona .................... W 82-69 Feb. 26 ... Cal State Dominguez Hills ...... W 83-76 Mar. 4...... at San Francisco State ........... W 69-56 Mar. 5...... at Sonoma State ......................L 51-53

•2003-2004 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 15-13 • CCAA Record: 11-11 Nov. 21 ... at Seattle Pacific ......................L 57-89 Nov. 22 ... vs. Central Washington ........... W 79-67 Nov. 29 ... at Grand Canyon .....................L 68-76 Dec. 13 ... Grand Canyon ........................ W 88-63 Dec. 15 ... Notre Dame De Namur ........... W 94-46 Dec. 29 ... Humboldt State ....................... W 82-63 Dec. 30 ... Central Washington ................ W 91-69 Jan. 2 ...... at Cal State L.A. ...................... W 72-50 Jan. 3 ...... at Cal State Dominguez Hills .. W 63-49


Year-By-Year Results 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Jan. 9 ...... Cal Poly Pomona .....................L 81-84 Jan. 10 .... Cal State San Bernardino ........L 46-56 Jan. 16 .... UC Davis ..................................L 68-73 Jan. 17 .... Chico State ............................. W 79-71 Jan. 23 .... at Cal State Stanislaus ........... W 90-72 Jan. 24 .... at Cal State Bakersfield ...........L 61-79 Jan. 30 .... Sonoma State ..........................L 55-60 Jan. 31 .... San Francisco State ............... W 71-57 Feb. 6 ..... at San Francisco State ........... W 62-44 Feb. 7 ..... at Sonoma State ......................L 65-70 Feb. 13 ... Cal State Bakersfield ...............L 54-68 Feb. 14 ... Cal State Stanislaus ............... W 77-71 Feb. 20 ... at Chico State ..........................L 67-83 Feb. 21 ... at UC Davis ..............................L 66-72 Feb. 27 ... Cal State Dominguez Hills ...... W 75-72 Feb. 28 ... Cal State L.A. .......................... W 71-63 Mar. 5...... at Cal State San Bernardino ... W 49-40 Mar. 6...... at Cal Poly Pomona .................L 59-69 Mar. 12.... at Seattle Pacific! .....................L 59-79 !NCAA West Regional Game

Jan. 4 ...... at Cal State L.A. .......................L 55-68 Jan. 5 ...... at Cal State Dominguez Hills ...L 46-56 Jan. 11 .... Cal Poly Pomona .....................L 73-76 Jan. 12 .... Cal State San Bernardino ....... W 54-47 Jan. 18 .... at Chico State ..........................L 61-64 Jan. 19 .... at UC Davis ............................. W 77-57 Jan. 23 .... Grand Canyon ........................ W 51-40 Jan. 26 .... at Grand Canyon .................... W 71-59 Feb. 1 ..... at San Francisco State ............L 48-57 Feb. 2 ..... at Sonoma State ......................L 49-54 Feb. 8 ..... at Cal State Stanislaus ........... W 75-63 Feb. 9 ..... at Cal State Bakersfield ...........L 59-77 Feb. 15 ... Cal State Dominguez Hills ...... W 52-58 Feb. 16 ... Cal State L.A. .......................... W 76-68 Feb. 22 ... at Cal State San Bernardino ....L 51-63 Feb. 23 ... at Cal Poly Pomona .................L 57-96 Mar. 1...... UC Davis ......................... L 67-69 (OT) Mar. 2...... Chico State ..............................L 53-85

• 1998-1999 •

• 2000-2001 •

• 2002-2003 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 10-17 • CCAA Record: 10-12 Nov. 22 ... at Montana State-Billings .......... L 65-75 Nov. 23 ... at Montana State-Billings .......... L 57-62 Dec. 7 ..... at Grand Canyon ...................... L 51-63 Dec. 14 ... Grand Canyon .........................L 47-51 Dec. 15 ... Texas A&M-Kingsville ............... L 63-68 Dec. 28 ... Humboldt State ......................... L 59-69 Dec. 29 ... Central Washington .................. L 64-65 Jan. 3 ...... Cal State Stanislaus ................. L 61-72 Jan. 4 ...... Cal State Bakersfield ................ L 51-73 Jan. 10 .... at Cal State Dominguez Hills .... W 57-56 Jan. 11 .... at Cal State L.A. ........................ W 79-63 Jan. 17 .... Cal State San Bernardino ......... L 50-58 Jan. 18 .... Cal Poly Pomona ...................... W 71-63 Jan. 24 .... Chico State ............................... W 75-68 Jan. 25 .... UC Davis ................................... L 60-80 Jan. 31 .... at Sonoma State ....................... L 49-56 Feb. 1 ..... at San Francisco State ............. W 87-74 Feb. 7 ..... at Cal State Bakersfield ............ L 57-85 Feb. 8 ..... at Cal State Stanislaus ............. L 70-77 Feb. 14 ... Cal State L.A. ............................ W 81-71 Feb. 15 ... Cal State Dominguez Hills ........ W 49-48 Feb. 21 ... at Cal Poly Pomona .................. W 77-70 Feb. 22 ... at Cal State San Bernardino ..... W 68-62 Feb. 28 ... at UC Davis ............................... L 63-72 Mar. 1...... at Chico State ......................... L 77-101 Mar. 7...... San Francisco State ................. L 46-49 Mar. 8...... Sonoma State ........................... W 83-48

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 15-12 • CCAA Record: 11-11 Nov. 17 ... at Point Loma Nazarene ......... W 58-56 Nov. 30 ... at Christian Heritage ............... W 78-57 Dec. 2 ..... at Vanguard..............................L 52-56 Dec. 9 ..... at Chico State ......................... W 79-65 Dec. 10 ... at UC Davis ..............................L 65-77 Dec. 15 ... San Francisco State ............... W 65-64 Dec. 16 ... Sonoma State ..........................L 57-72 Dec. 29 ... Savannah Coll. of Art & DesignW 71-67 Dec. 30 ... Findlay ............................W 70-68 (OT) Jan. 5 ...... at Cal State Bakersfield .......... W 70-67 Jan. 6 ...... at Cal State Stanislaus ............L 61-73 Jan. 12 .... at Cal Poly Pomona .................L 76-93 Jan. 13 .... at Cal State San Bernardino ....L 51-56 Jan. 19 .... Cal State L.A. .......................... W 76-65 Jan. 20 .... Cal State Dominguez Hills .......L 49-50 Jan. 24 .... at Grand Canyon .................... W 87-58 Jan. 27 .... Grand Canyon ..............W 91-78 (2OT) Feb. 2 ..... Chico State ..............................L 51-68 Feb. 3 ..... UC Davis ................................. W 63-44 Feb. 9 ..... at Sonoma State ..................... W 59-48 Feb. 10 ... at San Francisco State ........... W 60-49 Feb. 16 ... Cal State Stanislaus ................L 55-65 Feb. 17 ... Cal State Bakersfield ...............L 67-80 Feb. 23 ... at Cal State Dominguez Hills .. W 63-58 Feb. 24 ... at Cal State L.A. ...................... W 64-61 Mar. 2...... Cal State San Bernardino ........L 52-63 Mar. 3...... Cal Poly Pomona .....................L 76-87

• 1999-2000 •

• 2001-2002 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 13-14 • CCAA Record: 9-13 Nov. 23 ... at San Diego State .................. W 63-59 Nov. 27 ... at Redlands ............................. W 70-53 Dec. 8 ..... Sonoma State ..........................L 52-67 Dec. 9 ..... San Francisco State .......W 80-71 (OT) Dec. 14 ... Cal State Bakersfield ...... L 95-96 (OT) Dec. 15 ... Cal State Stanislaus ............... W 65-58 Dec. 28 ... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 60-52 Dec. 29 ... Central Washington ........W 67-61 (OT) Dec. 31 ... Montana State-Billings .............L 57-67

Dec. 30 ... Scranton (PA)...........................L 62-74 Jan. 4 ...... Worcester State College (MA) W 78-43 Jan. 6 ...... at La Verne ............................. W 87-39 Jan. 7 ...... Occidental College .................. W 89-32 Jan. 14 .... Chapman ................................ W 88-62 Jan. 21 .... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 86-53 Jan. 22 .... at The Master’s College .......... W 71-66 Jan. 25 .... Pomona-Pitzer ........................ W 66-54 Jan. 27 .... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 78-66 Feb. 4 ..... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 80-44 Feb. 5 ..... at Patten College .....................L 66-79 Feb. 8 ..... La Sierra ............................... W 103-19 Feb. 11.... at Chapman ............................ W 72-49 Feb. 19 ... The Master’s College .............. W 71-62 Mar. 1...... Cal Lutheran! ...........................L 66-72 !NCAA West Regional Game

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 20-6 Nov. 19 ... vs. Wisconsin-Eau Claire .........L 73-76 Nov. 20 ... vs. Howard Payne (TX) ........... W 84-47 Nov. 26 ... at UC Davis ..............................L 46-84 Nov. 27 ... vs. Chico State ........................ W 61-59 Dec. 3 ..... Redlands ................................. W 87-57 Dec. 4 ..... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .....L 50-67 Dec. 7 ..... at Point Loma Nazarene ......... W 78-74 Dec. 10 ... Christian Heritage ................... W 63-57 Dec. 11 ... Vanguard................................. W 70-53 Dec. 28 ... Marian College (WI) ................ W 87-58 Dec. 29 ... Puget Sound (WA) .................. W 57-35

42

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 19-6 Nov. 20 ... St. Thomas (MN)......................L 47-75 Nov. 27 ... Bethel College (MN) ............... W 65-50 Nov. 28 ... at Cal Lutheran ........................L 55-67 Dec. 5 ..... at Point Loma Nazarene ......... W 64-57 Dec. 15 ... Cal State Hayward .................. W 80-71 Dec. 16 ... Southern Oregon .....................L 69-73 Dec. 28 ... Ripon College ......................... W 90-59 Dec. 29 ... Puget Sound (WA) ...................L 59-70 Dec. 30 ... Wisconsin-La Crosse .............. W 76-74 Jan. 2 ...... Occidental College .................. W 94-54 Jan. 3 ...... Western Montana CollegeW 69-63 (OT) Jan. 7 ...... at Southern Cal College ...........L 53-64 Jan. 9 ...... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ........ W 83-72 Jan. 14 .... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 66-57 Jan. 16 .... Colorado College .................... W 76-45 Jan. 22 .... at Mills College ....................... W 67-28 Jan. 23 .... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 70-40 Jan. 25 .... at Cal State Hayward .............. W 76-58 Jan. 29 .... at Chapman ............................ W 71-44 Feb. 5 ..... at Christian Heritage .......W 72-64 (OT) Feb. 6 ..... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 77-57 Feb. 12 ... Chapman ................................ W 70-51 Feb. 16 ... at Pomona-Pitzer .................... W 57-52 Feb. 19 ... The Master’s College ...............L 63-74 Feb. 20 ... Christian Heritage ................... W 65-47

• 1997-1998 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 23-4 Nov. 24 ... at Cal Tech .............................. W 88-13 Nov. 28 ... vs. Wisconsin Lutheran ........... W 69-59 Nov. 29 ... at Wisconsin-Oshkosh ............L 49-67 Dec. 1 ..... at Lawrence (WI) .................... W 95-51 Dec. 5 ..... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .... W 84-61 Dec. 6 ..... at Point Loma Nazarene ......... W 84-61 Dec. 17 ... Wisconsin-Oshkosh .................L 52-83 Dec. 28 ... Smith College (MA) ................. W 68-60 Dec. 29 ... Macalester College (MN) ........ W 73-55 Dec. 30 ... Chapman .................................L 59-62 Jan. 2 ...... John Carroll College ............. W 100-49 Jan. 3 ...... at Redlands ............................. W 75-59 Jan. 6 ...... Whittier College .................... W 103-35 Jan. 8 ...... Ottawa .................................... W 59-50 Jan. 15 .... at Christian Heritage ............... W 70-42


Year-By-Year Results 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Jan. 17 .... Chapman ................................ W 90-49 Jan. 25 .... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 97-53 Jan. 30 .... La Verne ................................. W 82-44 Feb. 3 ..... Southern Cal College .............. W 91-78 Feb. 6 ..... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 82-46 Feb. 7 ..... at Occidental College .............. W 66-53 Feb. 13 ... Pomona-Pitzer ........................ W 66-42 Feb. 14 ... at Chapman ............................ W 60-53 Feb. 20 ... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 82-67 Feb. 21 ... Christian Heritage ................... W 67-55 Mar. 4...... Cal Lutheran! .......................... W 62-56 Mar. 7...... at College of St. Benedict (MN)!L 47-73 !NCAA West Regional Game

• 1996-1997 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 17-10 Nov. 23 ... at Trinity (TX) .......................... W 73-67 Nov. 24 ... vs. Concordia College (MN) .... W 66-56 Nov. 30 ... St. Thomas (MN)......................L 55-68 Dec. 3 ..... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ....... W 62-53 Dec. 6 ..... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 69-66 Dec. 7 ..... Redlands ................................. W 72-54 Dec. 28 ... Jersey City State ................... W 100-44 Dec. 29 ... Lake Forest College (IL) ..........L 65-79 Dec. 30 ... Clark (MA) ............................... W 87-72 Jan. 4 ...... at La Verne ............................. W 71-63 Jan. 11 .... at Whittier College ................ W 102-58 Jan. 15 .... at Chapman ............................ W 76-71 Jan. 17 .... at Pomona-Pitzer .....................L 56-72 Jan. 24 .... Christian Heritage ................... W 77-59 Jan. 31 .... at Holy Names College ........... W 72-31 Feb. 1 ..... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 81-44 Feb. 4 ..... at Southern Cal College ...........L 62-66 Feb. 7 ..... at The Master’s College ...........L 57-74 Feb. 8 ..... Cal Lutheran ........................... W 74-48 Feb. 13 ... Pacific Christian ...................... W 69-36 Feb. 15 ... at Christian Heritage ............... W 84-59 Feb. 20 ... at Point Loma Nazarene ......... W 79-68 Feb. 22 ... Chapman ................................ W 86-62 Feb. 27 ... at Occidental College .............. W 99-62 Mar. 5...... Pomona-Pitzer! ....................... W 74-50 Mar. 8...... at Buena Vista (IA)! ..................L 77-80 !NCAA West Regional Game

Jan. 29 .... at William Paterson (NJ) ......... W 80-70 Feb. 1 ..... at Point Loma Nazarene ......... W 68-66 Feb. 6 ..... Southern Cal College .............. W 76-63 Feb. 9 ..... The Master’s College .............. W 65-58 Feb. 10 ... at La Verne ..............................L 63-66 Feb. 13 ... Christian Heritage ................... W 87-51 Feb. 16 ... at Chapman ............................ W 65-49 Feb. 17 ... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 90-84 Feb. 28 ... Pomona-Pitzer! ....................... W 58-57 Mar. 2...... at St. Thomas (MN)!.................L 42-66 !NCAA West Regional Game

• 1994-1995 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 18-7 Nov. 18 ... Redlands ................................. W 77-51 Nov. 22 ... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .........L 53-59 Nov. 26 ... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 89-48 Dec. 3 ..... at Pomona-Pitzer .................... W 65-54 Dec. 17 ... at Biola .....................................L 67-82 Dec. 28 ... North Central College (IL) ....... W 67-51 Dec. 29 ... Middlebury College (IL) ........... W 63-53 Dec. 30 ... Millikin (IL) ............................... W 53-50 Jan. 2 ...... Elmira College (NY) ................ W 70-55 Jan. 6 ...... Southwestern (TX) .................. W 83-67 Jan. 9 ...... Mills College ........................... W 93-46 Jan. 14 .... at Chapman .............................L 67-68 Jan. 17 .... La Verne ..................................L 61-79 Jan. 21 .... Cal Lutheran ............................L 68-77 Jan. 24 .... Christian Heritage ................... W 84-38 Jan. 27 .... Occidental College .................. W 82-65 Feb. 2 ..... at Point Loma Nazarene ......... W 70-67 Feb. 4 ..... Chapman ................................ W 53-47 Feb. 7 ..... at Redlands ............................. W 76-66 Feb. 10 ... at La Verne ............................. W 94-74 Feb. 17 ... at Whittier College ...................L 68-73 Feb. 18 ... at The Master’s College .......... W 79-66 Feb. 23 ... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 70-63 Feb. 25 ... at Christian Heritage ............... W 87-45 Mar. 1...... at College of St. Benedict (MN)!L 57-69 !NCAA West Regional Game

• 1993-1994 •

• 1995-1996 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 19-7 Nov. 21 ... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .....L 51-58 Nov. 25 ... La Verne ................................. W 83-71 Nov. 28 ... at Redlands ............................. W 74-62 Dec. 2 ..... Pomona-Pitzer ........................ W 69-66 Dec. 15 ... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 80-65 Dec. 28 ... Muhlenberg College (PA) ........ W 79-66 Dec. 29 ... William Smith College (NY) .... W 91-80 Dec. 30 ... Scranton (PA)...........................L 61-70 Jan. 1 ...... Wisconsin-Stout .......................L 77-82 Jan. 10 .... Mills College ........................... W 88-31 Jan. 12 .... Chapman .................................L 68-69 Jan. 13 .... Whittier College ...................... W 98-67 Jan. 16 .... at Christian Heritage ............... W 78-39 Jan. 19 .... Occidental College .................. W 80-68 Jan. 26 .... vs. Defiance College (OH) .......L 52-82 Jan. 27 .... vs. York College (NY) .............. W 84-12

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 13-11 Nov. 19 ... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .....L 56-69 Nov. 27 ... vs. Clark (MA) ..........................L 75-81 Nov. 28 ... vs. Tufts (MA) .......................... W 93-70 Dec. 3 ..... La Verne ................................. W 66-57 Dec. 4 ..... Redlands ................................. W 78-68 Dec. 11 ... at Point Loma Nazarene ..........L 79-88 Dec. 14 ... at Concordia (CA) ....................L 71-83 Dec. 28 ... Macalester College (MN) ........ W 71-44 Dec. 29 ... Nebraska Wesleyan ................L 52-60 Dec. 30 ... Lake Forest College (IL) ......... W 79-78 Jan. 4 ...... Azusa Pacific ...........................L 73-74 Jan. 6 ...... McKendree College (IL) .......... W 81-63 Jan. 8 ...... Harding (AR) ............................L 60-76 Jan. 14 .... at La Verne ..............................L 67-70 Jan. 18 .... at Southern Cal College ...........L 54-79 Jan. 21 .... at Chapman ............................ W 72-65 Jan. 22 .... Whittier College ...................... W 89-53 Jan. 29 .... Pomona-Pitzer .........................L 64-75

43

Feb. 4 ..... at Redlands ..............................L 74-84 Feb. 11.... Chapman ................................ W 75-63 Feb. 12 ... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 70-66 Feb. 18 ... at Occidental College ....W 99-98 (2OT) Feb. 19 ... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 89-86 Feb. 25 ... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 87-44

• 1992-1993 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 13-12 Nov. 20 ... vs. Colorado College .............. W 85-60 Nov. 21 ... vs. Nebraska Wesleyan ..........L 67-79 Nov. 24 ... Point Loma Nazarene ..............L 75-76 Nov. 28 ... St. Martin’s College (WA) .......L 50-100 Dec. 1 ..... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ........ W 77-61 Dec. 3 ..... at Azusa Pacific .......................L 75-84 Dec. 5 ..... Southern Cal College .............. W 66-61 Dec. 12 ... at Whittier College .................. W 78-51 Dec. 28 ... North Park College (IL) ............L 72-85 Dec. 29 ... Amherst College (MA) ............ W 82-56 Dec. 30 ... Augustana College (IL) ............L 72-85 Jan. 5 ...... Whitman College (WA) ............L 55-78 Jan. 12 .... The Master’s College .............. W 60-49 Jan. 15 .... at Pacific Christian .................. W 87-34 Jan. 22 .... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 79-39 Jan. 23 .... at Mills College ....................... W 77-67 Jan. 24 .... at Sonoma State ......................L 63-87 Jan. 28 .... Christ College of Irvine ............L 48-74 Jan. 30 .... at Pomona-Pitzer .................... W 55-50 Feb. 2 ..... La Verne ..................................L 61-70 Feb. 5 ..... Cal Baptist ...............................L 67-76 Feb. 6 ..... at Redlands ............................. W 59-54 Feb. 13 ... Cal Lutheran ........................... W 94-62 Feb. 19 ... Occidental College .................. W 76-56 Feb. 26 ... at La Verne ..............................L 72-80

• 1991-1992 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 16-8 Nov. 22 ... vs. Biola ...................................L 68-69 Nov. 23 ... vs. Azusa Pacific .................... W 87-56 Nov. 26 ... Pomona-Pitzer ........................ W 78-69 Dec. 5 ..... Bethel College (MN) ............... W 61-55 Dec. 7 ..... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 81-36 Dec. 17 ... at Cal Baptist ...........................L 69-87 Dec. 28 ... Norwich (VT) ........................... W 85-66 Dec. 29 ... Concordia University (WI) ........L 74-81 Dec. 30 ... Occidental College .................. W 73-49 Jan. 4 ...... Point Loma Nazarene ..............L 44-66 Jan. 9 ...... at Christ College of Irvine ........L 61-72 Jan. 14 .... at The Master’s College .......... W 82-58 Jan. 18 .... vs. Penn State-Behrend .......... W 60-57 Jan. 19 .... at Smith College (MA) ............. W 71-54 Jan. 21 .... at Clark (MA) ............................L 50-75 Jan. 31 .... at Point Loma Nazarene ..........L 61-75 Feb. 4 ..... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .....L 54-59 Feb. 8 ..... Cal Lutheran ......................... W 118-41 Feb. 11.... Whittier College ...................... W 64-45 Feb. 14 ... Redlands ................................. W 57-42 Feb. 15 ... at La Verne ............................. W 69-60 Feb. 18 ... at Occidental College .............. W 85-62 Feb. 22 ... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 85-62 Feb. 25 ... La Verne ................................. W 99-55


Year-By-Year Results 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL • 1990-1991 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 21-5 Nov. 16 ... at Point Loma Nazarene ..........L 54-85 Nov. 17 ... Occidental College .................. W 75-59 Nov. 30 ... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 74-35 Dec. 1 ..... at College of Notre Dame ....... W 69-16 Dec. 12 ... at Hamline (MN) ...................... W 74-51 Dec. 14 ... at Bethel College (MN) ............L 47-69 Dec. 15 ... at St. Thomas (MN)..................L 49-74 Dec. 28 ... Wheaton College (MA) ........... W 59-45 Dec. 29 ... Scranton (PA).......................... W 66-50 Dec. 30 ... St. Thomas (MN)......................L 34-64 Jan. 2 ...... Nazareth College (NY) ............ W 73-70 Jan. 5 ...... Southern Maine ...................... W 72-57 Jan. 10 .... Azusa Pacific .......................... W 67-48 Jan. 12 .... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 61-55 Jan. 14 .... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 60-49 Jan. 18 .... at Pomona-Pitzer .................... W 51-47 Jan. 25 .... The Master’s College .............. W 87-50 Jan. 26 .... at Southern Cal College .......... W 56-38 Jan. 29 .... Cal State San Bernardino ....... W 54-48 Feb. 2 ..... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 72-62 Feb. 8 ..... at Cal State San Bernardino ... W 50-41 Feb. 9 ..... at Whittier College .................. W 74-35 Feb. 15 ... at La Verne ............................. W 63-47 Feb. 18 ... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ........ W 60-50 Feb. 19 ... at Pacific Christian .................. W 83-52 Feb. 22 ... Christ College of Irvine ............L 63-73

• 1989-1990 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 13-2 Nov. 17 ... at Point Loma Nazarene ..........L 58-72 Nov. 18 ... at Occidental College ...............L 71-73 Nov. 24 ... St. Thomas (MN)......................L 48-78 Nov. 28 ... at Southern Cal College .......... W 85-67 Dec. 1 ..... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .....L 74-75 Dec. 16 ... at The Master’s College .......... W 71-52 Dec. 28 ... William Paterson (NJ) ............. W 77-62 Dec. 29 ... William Jewell College .............L 60-79 Dec. 30 ... Franklin and Marshall College W 63-59 Jan. 6 ...... Lake Forest College (IL) ......... W 77-59 Jan. 7 ...... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 74-48 Jan. 12 .... Cal Lutheran ........................... W 80-72 Jan. 13 .... Pomona-Pitzer ........................ W 77-52 Jan. 16 .... La Verne ................................. W 72-63 Jan. 19 .... at Cal State San Bernardino ....L 79-86 Jan. 26 .... at Azusa Pacific .......................L 72-75 Feb. 2 ..... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 55-45 Feb. 3 ..... at Mills College ....................... W 76-59 Feb. 6 ..... at Christ College of Irvine ....... W 79-69 Feb. 9 ..... Point Loma Nazarene ..............L 70-76 Feb. 10 ... Colorado College .....................L 68-79 Feb. 16 ... Cal Baptist ...............................L 69-79 Feb. 17 ... at Redlands ............................. W 64-63 Feb. 23 ... Cal State San Bernardino ........L 64-81 Feb. 24 ... at Cal Lutheran ........................L 74-84

• 1988-1989 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 19-6

Nov. 18 ... at Point Loma Nazarene ..........L 60-62 Nov. 19 ... Occidental College ......... W 77-76 (OT) Nov. 22 ... Whitman College (WA) ........... W 84-75 Nov. 29 ... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ........ W 71-68 Dec. 2 ..... vs. Oregon Tech ...................... W 65-51 Dec. 3 ..... vs. Cal State Stanislaus ...........L 43-71 Dec. 13 ... Christ College of Irvine ........... W 89-77 Dec. 28 ... Pacific Lutheran .......................L 68-76 Dec. 29 ... Emmanuel College ................. W 75-71 Dec. 30 ... Milkin ........................................L 48-79 Jan. 2 ...... Milkin ....................................... W 67-60 Jan. 10 .... Whittier College ...................... W 81-49 Jan. 13 .... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 69-67 Jan. 19 .... at Amherst College (MA) .W 80-77 (OT) Jan. 21 .... vs. Colby College .................... W 81-72 Jan. 22 .... at Smith College (MA) ............. W 75-55 Jan. 27 .... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 98-36 Feb. 3 ..... Cal State San Bernardino ....... W 91-74 Feb. 4 ..... Redlands ................................. W 85-61 Feb. 7 ..... at Occidental College ...............L 67-71 Feb. 9 ..... Azusa Pacific .......................... W 71-64 Feb. 10 ... at Cal State San Bernardino ....L 74-80 Feb. 18 ... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 70-58 Feb. 19 ... at Mills College ....................... W 95-49 Feb. 24 ... Southern Cal College .............. W 74-60

• 1987-1988 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 11-14 Nov. 20 ... vs. Cal Lutheran ...................... W 69-53 Nov. 21 ... vs. Cal State Stanislaus ...........L 58-98 Nov. 23 ... at Redlands ............................. W 70-62 Nov. 28 ... vs. San Francisco State ...........L 63-67 Nov. 29 ... at Chapman .............................L 54-87 Dec. 5 ..... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ....L 65-72 Dec. 12 ... Northern Montana ....................L 64-75 Dec. 16 ... Seattle Pacific ..........................L 68-90 Dec. 28 ... Wisconsin-LaCrosse ................L 53-74 Dec. 29 ... College of Notre Dame ........... W 67-43 Dec. 30 ... Cal State San Bernardino ........L 54-66 Jan. 5 ...... at Whittier College .................. W 70-59 Jan. 8 ...... at Azusa Pacific .......................L 50-53 Jan. 12 .... Western Connecticut State ......L 59-67 Jan. 15 .... College of Notre Dame ........... W 58-42 Jan. 16 .... Mills College ......................... W 102-43 Jan. 22 .... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 75-54 Jan. 29 .... at Cal State San Bernardino ....L 58-62 Jan. 30 .... at Redlands ..............................L 62-67 Feb. 5 ..... Cal State San Bernardino ........L 67-74 Feb. 13 ... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 82-42 Feb. 16 ... Southern Cal College .............. W 86-49 Feb. 19 ... at Mills College ....................... W 94-65 Feb. 20 ... at College of Notre Dame ....... W 78-49 Feb. 26 ... Point Loma Nazarene ..............L 55-71

• 1986-1987 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 15-11 Nov. 21 ... vs. Cal State San Bernardino ..L 79-80 Nov. 22 ... vs. Christ College of Irvine ...... W 80-47 Nov. 23 ... vs. College of Notre Dame ...... W 56-38 Nov. 28 ... vs. Buena Vista (IA) .................L 59-79 Nov. 29 ... vs. Bethany College (KS) .........L 59-70

44

Dec. 2 ..... Redlands ..................................L 59-70 Dec. 13 ... at Whittier College ...................L 50-74 Dec. 18 ... at College of Notre Dame ....... W 62-51 Dec. 19 ... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 64-36 Jan. 2 ...... Carnegie Mellon (PA) .............. W 75-68 Jan. 3 ...... Clark (MA) ................................L 41-50 Jan. 7 ...... Mills College ......................... W 100-19 Jan. 9 ...... Millikin (IL) ................................L 84-88 Jan. 10 .... Peru State (NE) ...................... W 69-58 Jan. 13 .... Whittier College .......................L 62-69 Jan. 15 .... Azusa Pacific .......................... W 74-73 Jan. 16 .... at Southern Cal College .......... W 81-69 Jan. 20 .... Cal Baptist .............................. W 86-75 Jan. 23 .... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 58-29 Jan. 24 .... at Cal State San Bernardino ... W 60-55 Jan. 30 .... Christ College of Irvine ........... W 71-46 Jan. 31 .... at Cal State L.A. .......................L 46-67 Feb. 7 ..... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ........ W 61-44 Feb. 13 ... at Point Loma Nazarene ..........L 50-52 Feb. 14 ... at Christ College of Irvine ....... W 70-58 Feb. 21 ... Cal State San Bernardino ........L 61-67

• 1985-1986 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 11-14 Nov. 26 ... Azusa Pacific ...........................L 45-62 Nov. 30 ... at Christ College of Irvine ..... W 101-38 Dec. 2 ..... St. Thomas (MN)......................L 34-79 Dec. 6 ..... at Point Loma Nazarene ......... W 64-58 Dec. 7 ..... Cal State L.A. ...........................L 62-76 Dec. 14 ... at Pomona-Pitzer .....................L 40-64 Dec. 19 ... at Whittier College ...................L 53-74 Dec. 21 ... Cal State Stanislaus ................L 35-53 Dec. 30 ... Hamline (MN) ...........................L 60-65 Jan. 4 ...... Western State ......................... W 63-59 Jan. 7 ...... at Redlands ............................. W 73-46 Jan. 10 .... Smith College (MA) ................. W 56-51 Jan. 11 .... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ........ W 74-66 Jan. 14 .... Whittier College ...................... W 58-56 Jan. 17 .... La Verne ................................. W 79-59 Jan. 24 .... at University of San Diego .......L 48-69 Jan. 25 .... at Cal Baptist ...........................L 60-68 Jan. 31 .... Mills College ........................... W 82-26 Feb. 1 ..... Cal State San Bernardino ........L 56-58 Feb. 4 ..... Point Loma Nazarene ............. W 69-48 Feb. 7 ..... at Azusa Pacific .......................L 49-73 Feb. 8 ..... Cal Lutheran ............................L 56-68 Feb. 14 ... Northern Arizona ......................L 51-75 Feb. 15 ... at Cal State San Bernardino ....L 51-67 Feb. 21 ... Christ College of Irvine ........... W 86-64

• 1984-85 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 10-12 Nov. 17 ... at Azusa Pacific .......................L 51-73 Nov. 20 ... Point Loma ...............................L 65-71 Dec. 8 ..... Pomona-Pitzer .........................L 49-67 Dec. 11 ... at La Verne ..............................L 66-75 Dec. 14 ... at Mills College ....................... W 95-47 Dec. 15 ... at Cal State Hayward ...............L 61-66 Dec. 17 ... vs. Oregon Tech .......................L 58-59 Dec. 18 ... vs. Whittier College ................. W 60-58 Dec. 29 ... at UC Riverside ........................L 61-80


Year-By-Year Results 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Jan. 4 ...... Millikin (IL) ................................L 62-80 Jan. 5 ...... Whittier College ...................... W 60-57 Jan. 8 ...... Grace College ......................... W 77-69 Jan. 11 .... Redlands ................................. W 64-51 Jan. 15 .... at Whittier College ...................L 57-77 Jan. 18 .... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ........ W 72-65 Jan. 26 .... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 77-61 Feb. 2 ..... at Cal State San Bernardino ... W 90-47 Feb. 9 ..... at Cal Baptist ...........................L 56-73 Feb. 15 ... University of San Diego ...........L 49-81 Feb. 16 ... Cal State San Bernardino ....... W 85-58 Feb. 19 ... Cal Baptist ...............................L 74-84 Feb. 22 ... at Southern Cal College .......... W 72-64

• 1983-1984 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 11-13 Nov. 18 ... at Point Loma ...........................L 67-68 Nov. 25 ... at UC Davis ..............................L 83-88 Nov. 26 ... vs. UC Santa Cruz .................. W 91-46 Nov. 29 ... Cal State Stanislaus ............... W 74-58 Dec. 8 ..... vs. Whittier College ..................L 67-77 Dec. 9 ..... vs. Southern Cal College ........ W 80-59 Dec. 10 ... vs. Cal Lutheran ...................... W 79-52 Dec. 16 ... at Pomona-Pitzer ....................L 56-68 Dec. 17 ... Southern Utah ..........................L 67-77 Dec. 19 ... Cal Poly ...................................L 57-69 Dec. 29 ... vs. Northern Arizona ................L 66-72 Dec. 30 ... vs. Redlands ........................... W 71-59 Jan. 6 ...... Redlands ................................. W 68-60 Jan. 7 ...... Pomona-Pitzer ........................ W 72-59 Jan. 13 .... La Verne ................................. W 84-59 Jan. 14 .... at Whittier College ...................L 62-82 Jan. 20 .... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .....L 78-86 Jan. 21 .... Occidental College .................. W 86-35 Jan. 24 .... US International .....................L 82-100 Feb. 3 ..... UC Riverside ........................... W 72-70 Feb. 10 ... at University of San Diego .......L 72-84 Feb. 11.... Azusa Pacific .......................... W 80-65 Feb. 17 ... Cal Baptist ...............................L 65-84 Feb. 21 ... at Biola .....................................L 64-88

• 1982-1983 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 17-9 Nov. 19 ... at Point Loma ...........................L 65-77 Nov. 20 ... at Pomona-Pitzer .....................L 55-68 Nov. 26 ... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 77-38 Nov. 27 ... UC Santa Barbara ...................L 62-78 Nov. 27 ... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 74-33 Dec. 2 ..... vs. Redlands ............................L 66-69 Dec. 3 ..... vs. La Verne ............................ W 85-59 Dec. 4 ..... vs. Redlands ........................... W 57-44 Dec. 4 ..... vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .. W 72-46 Dec. 10 ... at Redlands ............................. W 66-63 Dec. 11 ... vs. Cal State Stanislaus .......... W 63-61 Dec. 17 ... at Sonoma State ......................L 69-74 Dec. 18 ... at Cal State Stanislaus ............L 62-83 Dec. 20 ... at St. Mary’s College ................L 54-85 Jan. 7 ...... La Verne ................................. W 68-40 Jan. 8 ...... Point Loma .............................. W 79-66 Jan. 14 .... at La Verne ........................... W 103-61 Jan. 15 .... Whittier College ...................... W 75-40 Jan. 21 .... Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ........ W 68-48

Jan. 22 .... at Redlands ............................. W 74-69 Jan. 28 .... at Azusa Pacific ...................... W 64-57 Feb. 11.... at Cal Baptist ...........................L 58-69 Feb. 15 ... Southern Cal College .............. W 77-51 Feb. 18 ... Cal Lutheran ........................... W 71-51 Feb. 25 ... Point Loma .............................. W 82-63 Feb. 26 ... University of San Diego ...........L 58-65

Feb. 14 ... at Pomona-Pitzer .....................L 58-74 Feb. 21 ... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 68-64 Feb. 23 ... at Cal Baptist .......................... W 60-50 Feb. 27 ... L.A. Baptist ............................. W 82-23 Feb. 28 ... Cal Lutheran ........................... W 90-56

• 1979-80 •

• 1981-1982 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 10-18 Nov. 16 ... at University of San Diego .......L 47-76 Nov. 20 ... Cal State Northridge ................L 51-73 Nov. 27 ... vs. UC Riverside ......................L 59-80 Nov. 28 ... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 99-42 Nov. 28 ... vs. UC Riverside ......................L 65-76 Dec. 3 ..... vs. Cal Baptist ................. L 88-89 (OT) Dec. 4 ..... at Southern Cal College .......... W 60-56 Dec. 5 ..... vs. Whittier College ......... L 82-85 (OT) Dec. 30 ... University of San Diego ...........L 64-80 Jan. 2 ...... at UC Riverside ........................L 38-80 Jan. 8 ...... Pomona-Pitzer .........................L 51-63 Jan. 9 ...... Cal Baptist ...............................L 66-68 Jan. 12 .... at Southern Cal College .......... W 81-54 Jan. 15 .... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 76-51 Jan. 16 .... at Loyola Marymount ..... L 78-80 (OT) Jan. 19 .... Point Loma ...............................L 44-63 Jan. 22 .... at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps .... W 71-54 Jan. 23 .... La Verne ................................. W 60-55 Jan. 28 .... Southern Cal College .............. W 78-50 Jan. 29 .... Azusa Pacific ...........................L 41-61 Feb. 2 ..... at Cal Baptist ...........................L 51-83 Feb. 5 ..... at Azusa Pacific .......................L 49-66 Feb. 6 ..... at La Verne ............................. W 85-55 Feb. 9 ..... US International .......................L 59-76 Feb. 12 ... at Point Loma .................. L 54-59 (OT) Feb. 19 ... Cal Lutheran ........................... W 71-58 Feb. 23 ... at US International ...................L 60-80

• 1980-1981 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 8-19 Nov. 28 ... at UC Santa Barbara ...............L 33-76 Nov. 29 ... vs. UC Davis ............................L 50-77 Dec. 5 ..... vs. Point Loma .........................L 50-63 Dec. 6 ..... vs. L.A. Baptist ........................ W 83-46 Dec. 9 ..... at La Verne ..............................L 50-60 Jan. 2 ...... UC Riverside ............................L 44-62 Jan. 3 ...... at Chapman ........................... L 55-113 Jan. 9 ...... Whittier College .......................L 59-66 Jan. 10 .... Southern Cal College ............. W 77-63 Jan. 13 .... at University of San Diego .......L 43-82 Jan. 16 .... at US International ...................L 43-59 Jan. 17 .... at Loyola Marymount ...............L 67-76 Jan. 20 .... at Point Loma ...........................L 54-81 Jan. 23 .... at Azusa Pacific .......................L 57-68 Jan. 24 .... at Southern Cal College .......... W 82-53 Jan. 30 .... Azusa Pacific ...........................L 29-64 Jan. 31 .... Southern Cal College .............. W 82-53 Feb. 3 ..... Cal Baptist ...............................L 61-83 Feb. 6 ..... US International .......................L 48-74 Feb. 7 ..... Loyola Marymount ...................L 56-58 Feb. 10 ... Point Loma ...............................L 55-69 Feb. 13 ... at UC Riverside ........................L 50-86

45

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 11-14 Nov. 23 ... vs. UC Berkeley .......................L 47-62 Nov. 24 ... vs. UC Santa Cruz .................. W 58-44 Dec. 7 ..... vs. Cal Lutheran ...................... W 65-48 Dec. 8 ..... at Pomona-Pitzer .................... W 58-52 Jan. 2 ...... University of Idaho ...................L 38-93 Jan. 8 ...... US International .......................L 48-84 Jan. 11 .... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 64-61 Jan. 14 .... Pomona-Pitzer ........................ W 50-48 Jan. 17 .... La Verne ..................................L 67-69 Jan. 18 .... University of San Diego .. L 58-69 (OT) Jan. 23 .... Skagit Valley (WA) ...................L 49-65 Jan. 24 .... at Point Loma ...........................L 60-68 Jan. 26 .... Whittier College ........Forfeit by Whittier Jan. 29 .... at Azusa Pacific .......................L 51-88 Feb. 1 ..... Cal Lutheran ........................... W 71-63 Feb. 2 ..... Westmont College....................L 57-64 Feb. 5 ..... at Loyola Marymount .............. W 51-39 Feb. 7 ..... US International ........... Forfeit by USIU Feb. 9 ..... Azusa Pacific ...........................L 45-67 Feb. 12 ... Point Loma .............................. W 74-60 Feb. 16 ... at Cal Baptist .......................... W 60-56 Feb. 19 ... at University of San Diego .......L 42-80 Feb. 26 ... Cal Baptist ...............................L 59-66 Feb. 28 ... Loyola Marymount ...................L 38-59 Mar. 1...... at Westmont College................L 44-56

• 1978-1979 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 3-19 Nov. 28 ... at San Diego State ...................L 33-72 Dec. 2 ..... Cal Lutheran ............................L 44-46 Jan. 10 .... at Cal Lutheran ....................... W 62-58 Jan. 12 .... Pomona-Pitzer ........................ W 49-45 Jan. 17 .... US International .......................L 54-73 Jan. 20 .... UC Riverside ............................L 46-64 Jan. 25 .... Point Loma ...............................L 52-58 Jan. 26 .... UC Irvine ..................................L 33-57 Jan. 30 .... at La Verne ..............................L 38-55 Feb. 2 ..... Cal State Dominguez Hills .......L 29-77 Feb. 6 ..... Biola .......................................L 20-112 Feb. 9 ..... vs. US International .................L 49-74 Feb. 10 ... at UC Irvine ..............................L 37-70 Feb. 12 ... at Point Loma ...........................L 55-62 Feb. 13 ... at UC Riverside ........................L 26-62 Feb. 20 ... University of San Diego ...........L 36-50 Feb. 23 ... at Cal State Dominguez Hills ...L 33-70 Feb. 27 ... at Biola ...................................L 19-107 Mar. 2...... vs. UC San Francisco ............. W 51-48 Mar. 3...... vs. UC Riverside ......................L 37-66 Mar. 3...... vs. UC Irvine ............................L 32-55 Mar. 8...... at University of San Diego .......L 52-57


Year-By-Year Results 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL • 1977-1978 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 8-16 Dec. 16 ... vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills .L 42-57 Dec. 17 ... vs. Cal Baptist ..........................L 44-54 Jan. 6 ...... vs. UC Irvine ............................L 43-54 Jan. 6 ...... vs. UC Berkeley .......................L 29-72 Jan. 7 ...... at UC Santa Cruz .................... W 69-23 Jan. 7 ...... vs. UC Riverside ..................... W 53-52 Jan. 13 .... at Cal State Dominguez Hills ...L 53-54 Jan. 20 .... La Verne ..................................L 56-58 Jan. 24 .... at US International .................. W 57-40 Jan. 31 .... at Point Loma .......................... W 69-48 Feb. 3 ..... Cal State Dominguez Hills .......L 57-68 Feb. 6 ..... San Diego City College ........... W 80-54 Feb. 8 ..... at Mesa ....................................L 50-60 Feb. 13 ... at Mira Costa ...........................L 39-41 Feb. 15 ... Southwestern (TX) ...................L 60-71 Feb. 21 ... Mesa ........................................L 52-56 Feb. 24 ... at University of San Diego .....W 111-37 Feb. 25 ... UC Riverside ............................L 54-65 Feb. 27 ... Point Loma .............................. W 72-44 Mar. 2...... at UC Riverside ........................L 58-78 Mar. 6...... at Palomar ...............................L 49-51 Mar. 10.... Grossmont ...............................L 34-56 Mar. 15.... at Southwestern (TX) ...............L 42-71 Mar. 16.... University of San Diego .......... W 66-26

• 1976-1977 •

Coach: Judy Malone Overall Record: 12-12 Jan. 7 ...... UC Berkeley .............................L 48-59 Jan. 8 ...... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 68-10 Jan. 8 ...... UC Irvine ..................................L 24-63 Jan. 28 .... Whittier College ...................... W 45-32 Feb. 1 ..... at La Verne ............................. W 77-60 Feb. 9 ..... Southwestern (TX) ...................L 48-77 Feb. 16 ... at Grossmont ...........................L 52-53 Feb. 18 ... Mira Costa .............................L 38-100 Feb. 21 ... at Point Loma .......................... W 62-43 Feb. 23 ... Palomar .................................. W 61-38 Feb. 25 ... at Imperial Valley..................... W 64-31 Feb. 28 ... Mesa ....................................... W 57-37 Mar. 2...... at Mira Costa ...........................L 31-92 Mar. 4...... Point Loma .............................. W 84-21 Mar. 8...... vs. US International ................ W 63-30 Mar. 14.... Grossmont ...............................L 34-48 Mar. 16.... at Palomar ...............................L 55-63 Mar.......... vs. Southwestern (TX) .............L 47-67 Apr. 6 ...... US International ...................... W 68-30 Apr. 9 ...... S.G. Osterfeld ..........................L 46-61 Apr. 11 .... Imperial Valley......................... W 57-34 Apr. 13 .... at Mesa ....................................L 34-41 Apr. 20 .... at Mesa ....................................L 44-61 Apr. 21 .... vs. Palomar ............................. W 56-44

• 1975-1976 •

Coach: Shirley Peterson Overall Record: 12-10

Jan. 26 .... US International ...................... W 70-11 Feb. 4 ..... US International ...................... W 50-25 Feb. 9 ..... at Mesa ................................... W 47-38 Feb. 11.... at Mira Costa ...........................L 45-48 Feb. 18 ... Point Loma .............................. W 65-21 Feb. 20 ... Grossmont ...............................L 36-50 Feb. 25 ... vs. Southwestern (TX) .............L 40-74 Feb. 26 ... Imperial Valley......................... W 52-38 Mar. 3...... Mira Costa ...............................L 40-54 Mar. 5...... at Palomar .............................. W 59-45 Mar. 8...... at Point Loma .......................... W 42-37 Mar. 12.... vs. Mesa ................................. W 70-33 Mar. 15.... vs. Palomar ............................. W 51-43 Mar. 19.... Southwestern (TX) ...................L 32-63 Mar. 31.... at Grossmont ...........................L 42-55 Apr. 2 ...... at Imperial Valley...................L 29 – 51 Apr. 5 ...... vs. Palomar .......................... W 54 – 44 Apr. 6 ...... at Grossmont ........................L 40 – 80 Apr. 9 ...... vs. Southwestern (TX) ....W 66-65 (OT)

• 1974-1975 •

Coach: Shirley Peterson Overall Record: 4-13 Jan. 9 ...... vs. UC Irvine ............................L 33-50 Jan. 10 .... at UC Santa Barbara ...............L 23-48 Jan. 11 .... vs. UCLA ................................L 20-108 Jan. 29 .... San Diego State .....................L 31-103 Feb. 5 ..... UC Riverside ............................L 44-53 Feb. 13 ... Palomar ...................................L 33-56 Feb. 19 ... US International ...................... W 62-32 Feb. 21 ... at Southwestern (TX) ...............L 29-70 Feb. 26 ... at Mesa ................................... W 43-24 NDA ........ US International ...................... W 68-17 Mar. 4...... at Grossmont ...........................L 23-59 NDA ........ Southwestern (TX) ...................L 34-64 NDA ........ at Palomar ...............................L 29-40 NDA ........ Mesa ........................................L 54-62 NDA ........ Grossmont ...............................L 44-65 NDA ........ at Mesa ...........................W 61-56 (OT) NDA ........ vs. Grossmont ..........................L 38-47

• 1973-1974 •

Coach: Shirley Peterson Overall Record: 14-2 Jan. 18 .... vs. UC Berkeley ...................... W 44-34 Jan. 19 .... vs. UC Riverside ......................L 42-58 Jan. 19 .... at UC Davis ............................. W 60-34 Feb. 5 ..... at San Diego State ....................L 33-35 Feb. 11.... US International ...................... W 57-22 Feb. 13 ... at Southwestern (TX) .............. W 41-24 Feb. 20 ... US International ...................... W 73-18 Feb. 22 ... Grossmont .............................. W 45-23 Feb. 27 ... Mesa ....................................... W 57-37 Mar. 1...... at Palomar .............................. W 52-30 Mar. 6...... Southwestern (TX) .................. W 58-28 Mar. 8...... at Mesa ................................... W 70-17 Mar. 12.... Palomar .................................. W 53-44 Mar. 14.... at Grossmont .......................... W 49-28 Apr. 2 ...... vs. Palomar ............................. W 42-27 Apr. 3 ...... vs. Grossmont ......................... W 54-40

Jan. 9 ...... UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 50-16 Jan. 10 .... UC Davis ..................................L 22-40 Jan. 10 .... UC Berkeley .............................L 30-73

46

• 1972-1973 •

Coach: Ron Carter Overall Record: 10-2 NDA ........ vs. US International ................ W 55-37 Feb. 16 ... vs. UC Santa Cruz .................. W 50-20 Feb. 17 ... vs. UCLA ..................................L 39-51 Feb. 17 ... vs. UC Davis ............................L 40-47 Feb. 20 ... Palomar .................................. W 57-27 Mar. 9...... Southwestern (TX) .................. W 64-27 Mar. 12.... at Mesa ................................... W 58-23 Mar. 15.... Mesa ....................................... W 76-25 NDA ........ vs. Grossmont ......................... W 52-36 Mar. 19.... at Palomar .............................. W 64-40 Apr. 2 ...... vs. Grossmont ......................... W 55-38 Apr. 6 ...... US International ...................... W 50-26

• 1971-1972 •

Coach: Ron Carter Overall Record: 14-5 NDA ........ vs. San Diego State .................L 27-33 NDA ........ Mesa ....................................... W 58-28 NDA ........ at Grossmont ...........................L 25-27 NDA ........ at US International .................. W 44-19 NDA ........ at UC Davis ..............................L 42-59 NDA ........ UC Santa Cruz ........................ W 43-38 NDA ........ at Southwestern (TX) .............. W 40-36 NDA ........ at Palomar ...............................L 33-35 NDA ........ at Mesa ................................... W 54-36 Apr. 14 .... vs. San Diego State ................ W 49-43 Apr. 15 .... vs. Grossmont ......................... W 47-20 Apr. 15 .... at US International .................. W 43-32 NDA ........ Grossmont .............................. W 47-29 NDA ........ Palomar .................................. W 44-28 NDA ........ vs. San Diego State ................ W 48-34 NDA ........ vs. Palomar ............................. W 47-43 NDA ........ at San Diego State ...................L 39-41 NDA ........ vs. US International ................ W 46-36 NDA ........ vs. Southwestern (TX) ............ W 40-36 NDA - No Date Available


UCSD Athletics 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

This is UCSD Athletics... • Triton teams have captured 29 National Championships while 37 teams have finished as National Runners-Up. 44 others have achieved National Third Place honors. All told, UCSD has won a total of 171 national, regional, and conference championships. • Individually, 130 Triton student-athletes have captured National Championships and a remarkable 990 student-athletes have been named to All-America teams. • UCSD student-athletes have excelled academically as well, earning 23 prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships and 140 Academic All-America selections. Consistently, over 55 percent of the student-athletes earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, placing them on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • In 2008, UCSD was ranked first in Division II and 20th overall in the National Collegiate Scouting Association Power Rankings, which are based on student-athlete graduation rates, academic strength, and athletic prowess of the university. • In 2008-09, UCSD posted a Seventh Place Finish out of over 300 schools in the Learfield Sports Director’s Cup, an award emblematic of the best overall athletics department in the country. Since moving to the NCAA Division II level in 2000, UCSD has placed in the top seven programs in the country on eight different occasions and finished second overall twice. • Beginning in 2005-06, UCSD has won the last four California Collegiate Athletic Association Commissioner’s Cup titles, an award symbolizing the best overall athletics department in the CCAA.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Women’s Soccer 1989 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 1999 • 2000 • 2001

Our Mission... • To provide a broad base of men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports. • To attract students of high academic capabilities and athletic talent who are representative of the diversity of the people of the state of California. • To promote healthy physical activity, athletic competition, communications and interpersonal skills, teamwork, and overall personal growth. • To promote the principles of ethical conduct, fair play, and respect and understanding of others. • To promote the academic advancement and graduation of student-athletes and prepare student athletes for lifelong learning, future careers, and engaged citizenship. • To foster the development of student-athletes’ abilities to live successfully in a diverse and global society. • To enhance student life at UCSD and foster campus pride and community support. • To participate competitively in an athletic conference that complements and supports the mission and goals of the UCSD Intercollegiate Program and the campus.

47

Women’s Volleyball 1981 • 1984 • 1986 • 1987 1988 • 1990 • 1997 Women’s Water Polo 1986 • 1990 • 1991 1992 • 1994 Women’s Tennis 1985 • 1987 • 1989 • 1994 Men’s Soccer 1988 • 1990 • 1993 Men’s Volleyball 1970 • 2000 Men’s Golf 1993


Earl W. Edwards 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Earl W. Edwards - Director of Athletics

Earl Edwards accepted the position of Director of Athletics at UC San

Diego in March 2000. Since his arrival, the UC San Diego athletics department has been nationally recognized for its academic and athletic achievements on numerous occasions. Under his guidance, the 23-sport program has made a very successful transition from the NCAA Division III ranks to Division II. In fact, UC San Diego has surpassed all expectations at the D-II level, capturing women’s soccer national championships in both 2000 and 2001. Since moving to Division II in 2000, UC San Diego has been ranked among the top six programs in the country on seven different occasions. In two of those finishes, UCSD was the national runner up. UC San Diego also won four straight California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Commissioners Cup titles in 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, and 2008-09, an award that recognizes the best overall athletics program in the conference. In 2008, UC San Diego was ranked No. 1 in Division II and No. 20 overall in the National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA) Collegiate Power Rankings, which comprehensively measures student-athlete graduation rates, academic strength and athletic prowess. Edwards has served on many regional and national committees and organizations. Currently, he serves on the Executive Council for the CCAA and he served on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) from 2003-07. Edwards was the president of the National Association of Athletic Development Directors (NAADD) and has severed on numerous other NCAA committees, including the Division II Management Council, the Division II Championships and Minority Opportunities and Interest, the Walter Byers Scholarship and Committee for Women’s Athletics. He has published several articles in Athletic Management and was featured on the cover of the June 2007 issue. In 2007, he was selected Athletic Director of the Year for the West Region by the NACDA.

A 1972 graduate of East Stroudsburg University, Edwards earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education. He then went on to receive his masters in Sports Administration from the University of Massachusetts in 1973. In addition to working as athletics director at East Stroudsburg University and UC San Diego, he has athletics administration experience at the University of Massachusetts, UC Davis, the University of Michigan, and Drexel University.

48


Rimac Arena 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

RIMAC Arena is the cornerstone of UC San Diego sports facilities. This nearly 200,000 square foot facility is located just

south of the 12-acre North Campus Recreation Area Field on the northwest corner of the campus. Opened in January 1995, RIMAC is a multi-purpose facility with the most advanced forms of quality control, state-of-the-art equipment, and a strong staff commitment to customer service. Every room in RIMAC is climate controlled and many of the spaces feature an abundance of natural lighting. RIMAC houses the offices of the Intercollegiate Athletics, Recreation, and Sports Facilities departments, while also featuring a variety of recreational, educational, and meeting spaces. RIMAC Arena is a multi-use facility capable of accommodating a wide variety of activities ranging from large spectator events including ceremonies and concerts to athletic competitions and tournaments. The 44,000 square foot floor is also capable of accommodating large floor exhibits. The Arena Floor is spring loaded, employing the use of Robbins BioCushion I and is curtain divisible for multi-sport use in basketball (total of five courts), volleyball, etc. The arena is furnished with 10 retractable glass basketball backboards, and floor plates and sleeves for volleyball and badminton. Employing the use of telescopic bleachers and floor seats, RIMAC Arena may accommodate up to 5,000 people. RIMAC is home to the UCSD men and women’s basketball teams, as well as the Triton volleyball squads. Over 50 home athletic events are contested in RIMAC every year and, with entusiastic support from both the campus and surrounding communities, the Tritons truly enjoy a home court advantage. Both of the basketball and volleyball teams utilize the main court for both practice and games, while the auxiliary courts, which are located on the third floor, are used for training or recreational purposes.

49


Athletic Performance / Sports Medicine 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

T

wo integral parts of the UC San Diego athletics department are the Athletic Performance Program and the Sports Medicine Program, both of which provide a tremendous advantage to all 23 of the UCSD intercollegiate sports. The Athletic Performance Program is geared toward teaching each student-athlete how to achieve the highest level of athletic development through enhancement of all components of strength and conditioning. Athlete workouts are planned and monitored by Rob Mamula, UCSD’s Director of Athletic Performance. Mamula brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Triton athletics and represents the only full-time strength and conditioning coach in the entire CCAA. The Tritons work out in the RIMAC weight room, which is over 12,000 square feet in size and features state of the art equipment. The UCSD Athletic Performance Program is truly designed with the student-athlete’s enhancement in mind. Very few programs at the Division II level have such expertise and first class facilities at the disposal of the student-athlete, helping to further distinguish the Triton Athletics Department as one of the premiere intercollegiate programs in the country. The UC San Diego Sports Medicine Center is dedicated to the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries suffered by Triton student-athletes. Under the supervision of head athletic trainer Kevin Messey MS, ATC, CSCS and his staff, UCSD athletes receive the highest quality medical care and access to an extensive network of physicians and other medical specialists. The rest of the training room staff is comprised of two full-time ATCs and an average of 10 athletic training students (ATS). The UCSD athletic training room is a clinical site for San Diego State University’s accredited athletic training education program, where some of the athletic training students fulfill their clinical experience. Additionally, the UCSD Sports Medicine Center offers a wide variety of options for examination and rehabilitation. From acupuncture to a group of six highly specialized sports medicine, family practitioners and orthopedic surgeons, the UCSD training room has a multitude of options at your disposal to get you healthy and back on the field of competition in no time.

50

Kevin Messey

Rob Mamula


Community Outreach 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

T

he University of California, San Diego Department of Athletics is committed to actively participating in the community through a variety of outreach events and services. Student-athletes from 23 sports participate in a wide range of service and outreach programs in and around the San Diego area. In 2003-04 the Tritons began the “Team Up!” program. This program assists local elementary schools that do not have a physical education component in their current curriculum. UCSD student-athletes provide healthy physical activity and create an environment for elementary school students that foster positive thinking and team building. The program was run at the Del Mar Heights Elementary School in the morning hours prior to school starting and during the students’ lunch periods during the past two years. Triton student-athletes make the holidays brighter for 12 families in the San Diego area on an annual basis, providing a plethora of gifts and holiday cheer. Triton teams paired up and each tandem purchased presents, food, and goodies to deliver to their adopted family before the holidays. Families were selected by the Neighborhood House Association which runs the Head Start programs throughout San Diego County. Studentathletes contacted the families to find out what special presents the children wanted, as well as what sort of clothing or other needs could be met. Teams delivered the presents in person and spent time with the families, often playing games with the children. Families each received approximately $300-$500 worth of gifts, depending on the number of children. Presents ranged from a bike for one child to clothing and food for the parents. In conjuction with the California Collegiate Athletic Association as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Triton student-athletes have gone to work to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in each of the last three years. The studentathletes held a bake sale during the Annual Sun God Festival on the UCSD campus. Each team brought baked goods for a sale in the evening prior to the festival’s main event. The goal at each CCAA member institution was to raise $1 per student-athlete. Triton student-athletes far exceeded this goal, raising over $1,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in 2005. Additionally, the Intercollegiate Athletics Department holds an annual Blood Drive to benefit the American Red Cross. All coaches, staff and out of season student-athletes participated in the blood drive, while those student-athletes who were in season recruited other students on campus to donate blood on their behalf.

UCSD ATHLETICS COMMUNITY OUTREACH Volunteer Connection Adopt-A-Family Program Hands Across America St. Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen Row for the Cure Preuss School Clinics Starlings Volleyball Club Habitat for Humanity San Diego Special Olympics California Half Ironman Volunteers Mission Bay Beach Clean Up Race for the Cure Boy’s and Girl’s Club Sports Clinics

51


UCSD: Youngest of the Best 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

UCSD: THE INSTITUTION Nestled along the Pacific Ocean on 1,200 acres of coastal woodland, UCSD is a powerful magnet for those seeking a fresh, next-generation approach to education and research. Since its founding nearly five decades ago, UCSD is one of the ten campuses in the world-renowned University of California system and has rapidly achieved the status as one of the top institutions in the nation for higher education and research. UCSD’s interdisciplinary ethos and tradition of innovation and risk-taking underlie its research strength and ability to recruit top scholars and students. Students: The average high school GPA of admitted freshmen was 4.08 in the fall of 2009. UCSD ranks 7th nationally among major research universities sending students abroad in full-year programs. Economic Impact: UCSD’s contributes more than $7.2 billion in direct and indirect spending and personal income each year to the California economy and generates 39,000 jobs, according to a study by CBRE Consulting. The university’s faculty and alumni have created at least 193 start-up companies, including many local biotech companies. UCSD is the 3rd largest employer in San Diego County with nearly 26,000 employees. Specialized Resources: UCSD’s graduate and professional schools include Scripps Institution of Oceanography; School of Medicine; School of International Relations and Pacific Studies; School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; Jacobs School of Engineering (graduate and undergraduate), and Rady School of Management. The campus also is home to the San Diego Supercomputer Center; California Institute for Information Technology and Telecommunications; Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, and Institute of the Americas.

UCSD: ACADEMIC RANKINGS • U.S. News & World Report ranks UC San Diego as the 7th best public university in the nation, and 35th among the nation’s top 50 universities. Also, in its 2009 survey of graduate programs, U.S. News ranks the School of Medicine 6th among the nation’s public medical schools and the Jacobs School of Engineering 7th among the nation’s public engineering schools. U.S. News also ranks UC San Diego 14th among national universities in the category of “Up and Coming Schools.” • UC San Diego is ranked the 2nd best university in the nation by the Washington Monthly’s 2009 College Guide, based on the positive impact the university has had on the country. • UC San Diego is ranked 10th in the nation in the quality of its faculty. The National Research Council. UC San Diego is currently where eight Nobel Laureates call home, adding to the total of 16 in school history. • Thomson Scientific ranks UC San Diego the 7th highest-impact research institution in the nation from 2001-2005, based on the citation impact of published research in science and the social sciences. • UC San Diego was named the “hottest” institution in the nation for students to study science by Newsweek and the 2006 Kaplan/Newsweek College Guide. • The Princeton Review’s annual college guide ranks UC San Diego as the 7th best value among public universities in the nation. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ranks UC San Diego 10th nationally for best values in public colleges. UC San Diego graduates rank 3rd nationally in salary earnings among public universities, according to Forbes.com.

52


San Diego: America’s Finest City 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL The UCSD campus is located in La Jolla, Calif., just minutes north of America’s sixth largest city, San Diego. Spanish for ‘the jewel’, La Jolla is one of San Diego’s first neighborhoods to be settled. The city of La Jolla has spectacular beaches and park areas that are popular for great diving, swimming, surfing, hiking, romantic sunset strolls, and family fun. La Jolla’s village area boasts a beautiful Mediterranean charm and a cool Southern Californian vibe, and rolls out the red carpet when it comes to it’s fine dining, theatre, cultural activities, boutique shopping, art galleries, and fine lodging establishments. It is no wonder why La Jolla’s Prospect Street was dubbed ‘San Diego’s Rodeo Drive’. Named “America’s Finest City” for its hospitality, beauty, and ideal climate, San Diego is located at the southern tip of California, just north of Mexico. The residents of San Diego county are so physically active that Sports Illustrated magazine once called it “Sportstown, U.S.A.” San Diego’s 70 miles of beaches are a haven for swimmers, surfers, divers, boaters, and sunbathers alike.

San Diego Harbor

The city of San Diego is a major commercial business center with more than 2.6 million residents and a varied economy based in agriculture, manufacturing, aerospace, technology, electronics, aircraft, ship-building, scientific research and tourism. The city is one of the largest biotech centers in the U.S. Sea World

Mission Bay

Petco Park

Coronado Municipal Golf Course

California Tower

53

La Jolla Pier


CCAA Basketball Championships


AVAILABLE AT UC San Diego Bookstore

bookstore.ucsd.edu


San Diego: America’s Finest City 2009-10 UC SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL The UCSD campus is located in La Jolla, Calif., just minutes north of America’s sixth largest city, San Diego. Spanish for ‘the jewel’, La Jolla is one of San Diego’s first neighborhoods to be settled. The city of La Jolla has spectacular beaches and park areas that are popular for great diving, swimming, surfing, hiking, romantic sunset strolls, and family fun. La Jolla’s village area boasts a beautiful Mediterranean charm and a cool Southern Californian vibe, and rolls out the red carpet when it comes to it’s fine dining, theatre, cultural activities, boutique shopping, art galleries, and fine lodging establishments. It is no wonder why La Jolla’s Prospect Street was dubbed ‘San Diego’s Rodeo Drive’. Named “America’s Finest City” for its hospitality, beauty, and ideal climate, San Diego is located at the southern tip of California, just north of Mexico. The residents of San Diego county are so physically active that Sports Illustrated magazine once called it “Sportstown, U.S.A.” San Diego’s 70 miles of beaches are a haven for swimmers, surfers, divers, boaters, and sunbathers alike.

San Diego Harbor

The city of San Diego is a major commercial business center with more than 2.6 million residents and a varied economy based in agriculture, manufacturing, aerospace, technology, electronics, aircraft, ship-building, scientific research and tourism. The city is one of the largest biotech centers in the U.S. Sea World

Mission Bay

Petco Park

Coronado Municipal Golf Course

California Tower

56

La Jolla Pier


CCAA Basketball Championships


AVAILABLE AT UC San Diego Bookstore

bookstore.ucsd.edu


2009-10 UC San Diego Women's Basketball Media Guide