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CONFERENCE HISTORY SINCE 1962

After completing its 57th year of intercollegiate competition, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best programs. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets and largest metropolitan cities. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. CONTINUED SUCCESS

The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the years. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 28 of the past 44 seasons. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003. In women’s basketball, the conference has had at least two teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament 10 times in 27 seasons, with a record five teams in 1998. The WAC also sent teams to three BCS football bowl games from 2007-10. In 2014, the conference launched the WAC Digital Network giving fans access to watch hundreds of games live on the internet. This past year nearly 800 live events were streamed on the WDN including soccer, volleyball, basketball, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, softball and baseball. In addition, the WDN produces championship events from soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball, outdoor track and field and baseball for ESPN, airing on ESPN+. The WDN also produces the franchise features, “#WACtopPlay,” “WAC60,” “WAC in the Day,” “WAC All-Access” and “The Road to #WACvegas.” The Learn-Compete-Inspire series is also featured on the WDN, telling stories of triumph and inspiration from around the conference. HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE

The WAC’s history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original sixteam league of Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. The first championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Fresno State was the last WAC school to earn an NCAA team title when it won the College World Series in 2008. Since 1962, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai‘i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 1990-91 athletic year was the first in which both men and women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai‘i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham 2

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Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season. In 2005, Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. Boise State withdrew prior to the 2011-12 season. In 2012, the WAC added Denver, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. In 2013, the WAC added CSU Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Kansas City, Texas-Pan American and Utah Valley to join Idaho, New Mexico State and Seattle U. The new institutions replaced withdrawing members, Denver, Louisiana Tech, San Jose State, Utah State, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. Idaho withdrew from the conference prior to the 2014-15 season. In 2015, Texas-Pan American merged with UT Brownsville to form The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. California Baptist University became the ninth member of the conference on July 1, 2018. In January of 2019 Dixie State University accepted an invitation to join the conference effective July 1, 2020, replacing exiting member CSU Bakersfield. In November of 2019 Tarleton State University accepted an invitation for membership in the conference effective July 1, 2020, replacing exiting member Kansas City. The WAC has had just six commissioners in its history. Paul Brechler was named the first leader of the conference and held the position from 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94), Karl Benson (19942012) and current commissioner Jeff Hurd (2012-present). The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a twoyear stay in Phoenix from 1964-66. WA C C H A M P I O N S

Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – nine men’s and 10 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Western Athletic Conference returns to the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas for the 10th straight year. The 2020 Hercules Tires WAC Basketball Tournament presented by TicketSmarter features 16 teams and 14 games over four days in the desert.

Western Athletic Conference Staff JEFF HURD

Content

Teams

Celebrating 10 Years at Orleans Arena ......4

CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners ..................13

Men’s Tournament Bracket ....................6

Chicago State Cougars ............................14

Commissioner

RON LOGHRY

Deputy Commissioner/Chief Operating Officer

Women’s Tournament Bracket ................7

D AV E C H A F F I N

Kansas City Roos ......................................16

Senior Associate Commissioner of Technology and Conference Services

Men’s Tournament Records ..................21

HOPE SHULER

Women’s Tournament Records ............22

Associate Commissioner/ Senior Woman Administrator

Grand Canyon Lopes ................................15

NM State Aggies........................................17 Seattle U Redhawks ..................................18 WAC Men’s Postseason Honors ..........23

UT Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros ................19

MARLON EDGE

Associate Commissioner of Compliance and Governance

WAC Women’s Postseason Honors ......24

Utah Valley Wolverines ............................20

VICKY EGGLESTON

Assistant Commissioner of Creative Services CHRIS THOMPSON

Assistant Commissioner of Media Relations ERIC DANNER

Executive Director of Broadcasting

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R A N D I WA R D

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Compliance Coordinator

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Championships and Social Media Coordinator M I C H A E L N AVA R R E T T E

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Administrative Assistant

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CELEBRATING 10 YEARS! This season marks the 10th consecutive WAC basketball tournament at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. In celebration, we've picked out

10 of the most exciting moments of #WACVegas.

TWO TIMES TWO EQUALS FOUR

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Speaking of the Aggie women, the 2019 WAC women’s championship game was one of the most exciting games at Orleans Arena, with NM State outlasting UT Rio Grande Valley, 76-73, in double overtime. All-everything guard Brooke Salas led the Aggies with 29 points and 12 rebounds TOP MOMENTS while tournament MVP Gia Pack put up 22 points to lift NM State to the title.

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AGGIE UP!

It’s hard to think about the WAC tournament in Las Vegas without looking at the dominance that New Mexico State has had at Orleans Arena. Of the nine tournaments that have been held in the arena, the NM State men have won seven of them. But it’s not just the Aggie men who have been dominant as the New Mexico State women have also won four of the last five tournaments.

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W E C A N P L AY A L L N I G H T

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The 2019 women’s title game wasn’t the only amazing overtime game over the last nine years. Back in 2017, CSU Bakersfield and Utah Valley were tied after regulation. Then they were tied after the first overtime. And the second overtime. And the third overtime. It wasn’t until the fourth overtime and 60 minutes of basketball that CSUB was able to pick up the 81-80 win in quadruple overtime. While the ‘Runners did not go on to win the tournament, they made a Cinderella run to the semifinals of the NIT at Madison Square Garden.

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DANGEROUS FROM DOWNTOWN

In 2012, there was another team from California’s Central Valley making big-time three-pointers in the title game as the Fresno State women set a tournament-record for three-pointers in a game with 15 in an 89-61 win over Louisiana Tech. Six of those came from the hands of Rosie Moult, who earned All-Tournament honors after helping lead the Bulldogs to their third and final WAC title.

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BASILE FOR THE WIN

The 2017 quadruple-overtime win will stick out for many CSUB fans but it’s safe to say it wasn’t their favorite moment of #WACvegas. That came just a year earlier as Dedrick Basile got the ball outside the arc and nailed a three-pointer over NM State’s Pascal Siakam with 0.1 on the clock in the men’s championship game to give the ‘Runners the 57-54 win over NM State and send CSUB dancing.


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While they have yet to win the trophy, the Grand Canyon men have shown that they are just fine playing in Orleans Arena. The Lopes have made the tournament championship game both of their trips to Las Vegas, falling to NM State TOP MOMENTS in the championship game both times.

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RED-HOT SHOOTING

The Seattle U women’s team also used a big game shooting the rock to eventually pick up a WAC tournament title. In the semifinal round of the 2018 tournament, the fourth-seed Redhawks shot 67.7-percent from the field in the first half to stun the top-seeded NM State Aggies, 84-61. Seattle U then shot 18-of-19 in the title game to earn the 57-54 win over CSU Bakersfield and head to the NCAA Division I Tournament for the first time in school history.

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UPSET CITY

CLEANING THE BOARDS

In the Lopes’ first trip to the WAC championship game, they were witness to NM State’s Jemerrio Jones making history and setting a tournament record with 55 rebounds in just three games. The 6-5 forward brought down 15 rebounds in the first-round win over Chicago State, 22 rebounds in a semifinal win over Seattle U and 19 rebounds in the championship game against Grand Canyon. Not surprisingly, Jones was named Tournament MVP.

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The Roadrunners of UTSA only made one trip to the WAC Tournament but they made it one to remember back in 2013. Coming into the tournament as the ninth seed, UTSA earned a 67-49 win over San José State in the first round before knocking off top-seed Louisiana Tech, 73-67, in the quarterfinals. UT Arlington ended the ‘Runners run in the semifinal round but for a team that won just three games in WAC play, that week in Vegas will be one they will remember.

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A DECADE OF MEMORIES

That brings us to our tenth best moment of the last 10 years at Orleans Arena. Is it Kansas City’s Deshon Taylor getting his own rebound and hitting a three-pointer while falling out of bounds in 2015? Maybe it’s Idaho’s Stacey Barr winning back-to-back MVP honors in 2013 and 2014. Perhaps the moment will come this week at Orleans Arena. Use the hashtag #WACvegas to tell us YOUR favorite memory of the last ten years at Orleans Arena.

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2020 WAC Men’s Basketball Tournament March 12-14 H Orleans Arena H Las Vegas

No. 1 NM State Game 1 Quarterfinal #1 Thursday, March 12 Noon (ESPN+) No. 8 Chicago State

No. 4 Grand Canyon Game 2 Quarterfinal #2 Thursday, March 12 2:30 p.m. (ESPN+)

Winner, Game 1

Game 5 Semifinal #1 Friday, March 13 6 p.m. (ESPN+)

Winner, Game 2

Game 7 Championship Saturday, March 14 7 p.m. (ESPNU)

No. 5 Kansas City

No. 2 UTRGV Game 3 Quarterfinal #3 Thursday, March 12 6 p.m. (ESPN+) No. 7 CSU Bakersfield No. 3 Seattle U Game 4 Quarterfinal #4 Thursday, March 12 8:30 p.m. (ESPN+) No. 6 Utah Valley

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Winner, Game 5

Winner, Game 7 WAC Champion (NCAA Automatic Qualifier)

WA C T O U R N A M E N T F I N A L S

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Champion UTEP San Diego State UTEP Wyoming Wyoming UTEP UTEP Brigham Young Brigham Young New Mexico Hawai‘i Utah New Mexico Utah UNLV Utah Vacated Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Tulsa Nevada UTEP Nevada NM State Boise State Utah State NM State Utah State NM State NM State NM State NM State CSU Bakersfield NM State NM State NM State

Runner-Up New Mexico UTEP Wyoming New Mexico UTEP Colorado State Hawai‘i Utah UTEP UTEP Brigham Young Hawai‘i Utah TCU New Mexico New Mexico Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Nevada UTEP Boise State Utah State Utah State NM State Nevada Utah State Boise State Louisiana Tech UT Arlington Idaho Seattle U NM State CSU Bakersfield Grand Canyon Grand Canyon

WA C T O U R N A M E N T M V P S

Winner, Game 3

Game 6 Semifinal #2 Friday, March 13 8:30 p.m. (ESPN+)

Winner, Game 4

Winner, Game 6

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Name Juden Smith Luster Goodwin Eric Leckner Eric Leckner Eric Leckner Tim Hardaway Greg Foster Shawn Bradley Eddie Rivera Ike Williams Trevor Ruffin Keith Van Horn Kenny Thomas Keith Van Horn Kenny Thomas Alex Jensen Courtney Alexander Carl English Predrag Savovic Kevin Johnson Kirk Snyder Filiberto Rivera Nick Fazekas Justin Hawkins Reggie Larry Gary Wilkinson Jahmar Young Brockeith Pane Wendell McKines Sim Bhullar Sim Bhullar Tshilidzi Nephawe Dedrick Basile Ian Baker Jemerrio Jones Trevelin Queen

School UTEP UTEP Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming UTEP UTEP Brigham Young UTEP New Mexico Hawai‘i Utah New Mexico Utah New Mexico Utah Fresno State Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Tulsa Nevada UTEP Nevada NM State Boise State Utah State NM State Utah State NM State NM State NM State NM State CSU Bakersfield NM State NM State NM State


2020 WAC Women’s Basketball Tournament March 11, 13-14 H Orleans Arena H Las Vegas

WA C T O U R N A M E N T F I N A L S

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

No. 2 Utah Valley

Champion Utah Creighton Brigham Young San Diego State Utah Colorado State San Diego State New Mexico SMU Rice TCU Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Rice Louisiana Tech Boise State Vacated Fresno State Louisiana Tech Fresno State Fresno State Idaho Idaho NM State NM State NM State Seattle U NM State

Runner-Up Creighton Utah Utah Colorado State San Diego State New Mexico Utah Rice Colorado State SMU Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Fresno State Rice Louisiana Tech New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State Nevada Fresno State Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Seattle U Seattle U UTPA UTRGV Seattle U CSU Bakersfield UTRGV

NOTE: Fresno State vacated the 2008 title WA C T O U R N A M E N T M V P S

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Name School Mikki Kane Utah Becky Strathman Creighton Mikki Kane-Barton Utah Christina Murguia San Diego State Julie Krommenhoek Utah Becky Hammon Colorado State Jodi Nowlin-Tres San Diego State Abby Garchek New Mexico Karlin Kennedy SMU Marla Brumfield Rice Tricia Payne TCU Ayana Walker Louisiana Tech Cheryl Ford Louisiana Tech Amisha Carter Louisiana Tech Lauren Neaves Rice Tasha Williams Louisiana Tech Jessica Thompson Boise State Jaleesa Ross Fresno State Jaleesa Ross Fresno State Shanavia Dowdell Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross Fresno State Ki-Ki Moore Fresno State Stacey Barr Idaho Stacey Barr Idaho Brianna Freeman NM State Sasha Weber NM State Moriah Mack NM State Kamira Sanders Seattle U Gia Pack NM State

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CSU BAKERSFIELD ROADRUNNERS P L AY E R T O W AT C H 2019-20 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 0

Ronne Readus

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6-9

240

Jr.

San Diego, Calif. (Fullerton College)

3

Cam Allen

G

6-0

180

R-Jr.

Greenville, S.C. (Loyola Marymount)

4

Taze Moore

G

6-5

185

R-Jr.

Southaven, Miss. (Southaven HS)

5

Czar Perry

G

6-2

190

Jr.

El Dorado, Ark. (Holmes CC)

10

Justin Edler-Davis

G/F

6-4

220

R-Jr.

San Diego, Calif. (Morse HS)

11

Jack Schoemann

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6-7

200

So.

Prairie Village, Kan. (Colorado State)

13

De’Monte Buckingham

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6-4

220

R-Jr.

Richmond, Va. (Richmond)

21

Greg Lee

F

6-9

215

R-Jr.

Rockford, Ill. (Westside HS)

22

Justin McCall

G/F

6-6

210

Jr.

Bakersfield, Calif. (Ridgeview HS)

25

Darrin Person Jr.

F

6-7

230

R-So.

Fresno, Calif. (Immanuel HS)

32

Shawn Stith

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6-8

265

Jr.

Oakland, Calif. (Saddleback College)

M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Rod Barnes (Mississippi ‘88; ninth season)

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Jeff Conarroe (Colorado College ‘91; ninth season)

DE’MONTE BUCKINGHAM

ASSISTANT COACHES: Mike Scott (Fairleigh Dickinson ‘11; third season) Brandon Barnes (CSU Bakersfield ‘14; first season)

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Brent Wrapp (CSU Bakersfield ‘17; second season)

DIRECTOR OF PLAYER DEVELOPMENT: Kevin Mays (CSU Bakersfield ‘16; first season) 19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

Q U I C K FA C T S Location: Bakersfield, Calif. Founded: 1965 Enrollment: 10,545 Colors: Blue and Gold

2019-20 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 1

Daije Harris

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5-7

R-Jr.

Compton, Calif. (Corona Centennial HS)

2

Dalis Jones

PG

5-2

Sr.

Riverside, Calif. (Norco HS)

3

Ashley Austin

PG

5-5

So.

Compton, Calif. (Lynwood HS)

4

Jasmin Dixon

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5-8

R-So.

Bakersfield, Calif. (Independence HS)

5

Makenzie Bond

C

6-0

So.

Federal Way, Wash. (Eastern Arizona College)

10

Jayden Eggleston

F

6-1

R-So.

Las Vegas, Nev. (Iona College)

11

Lexus Green

PG

5-5

Fr.

Bakersfield, Calif. (Garces Memorial HS)

21

Tyonna Singleton

G

5-10

R-Fr.

Phoenix, Ariz. (Millennium HS)

22

Andie Easley

G

5-10

Gr.

Phoenix, Ariz. (Eastern Washington)

23

Miracle Saxon

F

5-10

So.

Bellflower, Calif. (Lynwood HS)

30

Kate Tokuhara

G

5-11

R-Jr.

Torrance, Calif. (Bishop Alemany HS)

54

Vanessa Austin

C

6-3

Jr.

Salt Lake City, Utah (Judge Memorial Catholic)

Men’s WAC Tourney Record: 6-5 Women’s WAC Tourney Record: 6-6

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

W O M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Greg McCall (CSU Bakersfield ‘91; ninth season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Xavier Johnson (William Penn ‘00; seventh season) Zack Grasmick (CSU Bakersfield ‘08; ninth season)

Ty Outland (CSU Bakersfield ‘15; third season) DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Ciarra Ford (first season) VA N E S S A A U S T I N 19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

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Rejeir Jones

1

G

Andrew Lewis

2

Leondre Townsen

3

Isaiah Lewis

4

Ke’Sean Davis

5

Xavier Johnson

6-3

G

6-3

G

6-5

G

6-11

F

6-7

G

5-11

190

Fr.

180

Baltimore, Md. (St. Frances Academy)

Jr.

160

Milwaukee, Wisc. (Highland CC)

Jr.

155

Chicago, Ill. (George Henry Corliss HS)

Fr.

210

Romulus, Mich. (Wayne Memorial)

Jr.

160

Compton, Calif. (Seward CC)

Jr.

Dallas, Texas (Hill College)

10

Amir Gholizadeh

F

6-6

195

Fr.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Toronto Basketball Academy)

12

Carlo Marble

F

6-5

200

Jr.

West Des Moines, Iowa (Kirkwood CC)

11

15

22

32

35

Kalil Whitehead

Noah Bigirumwami

F

6-5

F

Michael Johnson

G

Solomon Hunt

C

6-6

6-1

Eugene Witherspoon F

6-6

6-9

195

Fr.

225

Detroit, Mich. (Cass Technical HS)

R-Jr.

180

R-Jr.

200

Sr.

272

Jr.

Santa Clarita, Calif. (Village Christian)

Chicago, Ill. (Harlan HS)

Chicago, Ill. (Lincoln Park)

Pomona, Calif. (Upland HS)

M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F MICHAEL JOHNSON HEAD COACH: Lance Irvin (Idaho ‘92; second season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Rodell Davis (Iowa ‘92; second season) Brett Putz (St. Cloud State ‘12; second season)

19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

Q U I C K FA C T S Location: Chicago Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 3,101 Colors: Green and White

2019-20 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER

Men’s WAC Tourney Record: 0-6 Women’s WAC Tourney Record: 0-6

1

Shania Jackson

G

5-4

Fr.

2

Taylor Robinson

G

5-8

So.

Chicago, Ill. (Kenwood HS) Bolingbrook, Ill. (Bolingbrook HS)

4

Alexandria Cliff

F

6-0

Sr.

Manitowoc, Wis. (Roncalli HS)

5

Nadia Miller

G

5-10

Sr.

Chicago, Ill. (North Lawndale HS)

10

Tyeshia Bowers

G

5-11

Jr.

Flint, Mich. (Southwestern HS) London, U.K. (Barking Abbey)

14

Precious Adediran

G

5-1

Fr.

20

Bethany Carstens

G

5-9

Fr.

Kenai, Alaska (Nikiski HS)

21

Aja Phoumiphat

G

5-5

Fr.

Las Vegas, Nev. (Centennial HS)

22

Ines Mata Boix

F

6-2

Gr.

Madrid, Spain (Marquette)

23

Kourtney Crane

G

5-7

So.

Peoria, Ill. (Richwoods HS)

24

Zippora Johnson

F

6-3

Fr.

Paducah, Ky. (Westridge Academy)

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

W O M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Misty Opat (Bethany College ‘93; second season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Cierra Morris (Southeastern Louisiana ‘13; second season) Greg Ray (Central Methodist ‘13; second season) Brett Vana DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Raven Gary ASSISTANT TO THE HEAD COACH: Chick Lillis 19-20 RESULTS

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GRAND CANYON LOPES P L AY E R T O W AT C H 2019-20 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 0

1

3

4

5

10 13

J.J. Rhymes

G

Isiah Brown

6-4

G

Mikey Dixon

G

Oscar Frayer

Jovan Blacksher Jr. Lorenzo Jenkins

6-10

G

G/F

R-Jr.

165

6-7

C

R-Jr.

180

6-2

F

Louis Bangai

200

6-2

5-11 6-7

R-Jr.

195

Sr.

230

Jr.

155

Fr.

215

Sr.

Phoenix, Ariz. (Hutchinson CC)

Seattle, Wash. (Northwestern)

New Castle, Del. (St. John’s)

Oakland, Calif. (Moreau Catholic)

Yaounde, Cameroon (UNLV)

Oakland, Calif. (Shadow Mountain) Naples, Fla. (Colorado State)

15

Raef Gerdes

F

6-7

180

So.

Lee’s Summit, Mo. (Summit Christian)

24

Bryce Okpoh

F

6-7

190

Fr.

The Colony, Texas (The Colony)

Gabe McGlothan

F

6-8

220

So.

Gilbert, Ariz. (Southeast Missouri State)

23

Carlos Johnson

25

Alessandro Lever

31

Ethan Spry

30

G

6-4

C

220

6-10

F

6-6

Sr.

225

Jr.

200

Fr.

Centralia, Ill. (Washington)

Bolzano, Italy (Grissin Bon Reggio Emilia)

Scottsdale, Ariz. (Scottsdale Christian Academy)

M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Dan Majerle (Central Michigan ‘88; seventh season)

ALESSANDRO LEVER

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Marvin Menzies (UCLA ‘87; first season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Isaac Chew (Avila ‘99; first season) Chris Crevelone (Adams State ‘07; seventh season) DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Dylan Hidalgo (Kansas Wesleyan ‘16; second season) SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE HEAD COACH: Johnny Hill (UT Arlington ‘15; third season) 19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

Q U I C K FA C T S Location: Phoenix Founded: 1949 Enrollment: 22,000 Colors: Purple, Black and White Men’s WAC Tourney Record: 4-2

2019-20 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 0

Mariah Mitchell

G

5-9

So.

2

Kennedi Shorts

F

6-0

So.

Jada Holland

G

Camille Hailey

G

1

3

4

5

10

11

Mae Bryant

F

Sami Oliver-Alexander F

Laura Piera

Taylor Caldwell

G

G

6-0

5-10

5-6

Fr.

Gr.

Fr.

Detroit, Mich. (Henry Ford)

Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake)

Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Poly)

San Jose, Calif. (NC Central)

So.

Barcelona, Spain (Basket Almeda)

5-9

So.

Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield)

R-So.

Los Angeles, Calif. (Serra)

12

Carla Balague

F

6-2

So.

Barcelona, Spain (Femeni Sant Adria)

14

Jada Moss

G

5-10

Fr.

Stockton, Calif. (St. Mary’s)

Venla Varis

G

Da’jah Daniel

F

13

Tavia Rowell

20

Manaya Jones

23

Tianna Brown

21 34

G

5-10

F

6-4

G

5-9

Fr.

R-Jr.

Langley, BC (Walnut Grove) Memphis, Tenn. (Memphis)

5-11

So.

Vantaa, Finland (Makelanrinteen)

6-4

Sr.

Killeen, Texas (Trinity Valley)

So.

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

Pleasanton, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd)

5-8

5-9

Women’s WAC Tourney Record: 1-2

Spanaway, Wash. (Eastern Arizona)

W O M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Nicole Powell (Stanford ‘04; third season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Brad Langston (San Jose State ‘09; third season) Taylor High (Kansas ‘08; third season) Sydney Crafton (Missouri ‘13; first season) DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Chelsea Turner (Cameron ‘07; second season) 19-20 RESULTS

D A’ J A H D A N I E L

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Zion Williams

G

6-4

193

Jr.

Maybrook, N.Y. (Wallace State CC)

2

Rob Whitfield

G

6-3

175

Sr.

Raleigh, N.C. (Hutchinson CC)

3

Brandon McKissic

G

6-3

195

Jr.

Ferguson, Mo. (St. Louis University)

4

Jahshire Hardnett

G

5-11

193

Sr.

Gulfport, Miss. (BYU)

5

Jordan Giles

F

6-7

225

Sr.

Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Tennessee Prep Academy)

11

Franck Kamgain

G

6-2

195

So.

Kansas City, Mo. (Wheeling Jesuit)

12

Maks Klanjscek

G

6-5

200

Fr.

Ljubljana, Slovenia (Gymnasium Sentvid Hoosac School)

20

Josiah Allick

F

6-7

220

Fr.

Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln North Star HS)

25

Javan White

F

6-10

230

Sr.

Ames, Iowa (Clemson)

33

Marvin Nesbitt Jr.

G

6-4

180

Jr.

Chicago, Ill. (Butler College Prep)

M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Billy Donlon (UNC-Wilmington ‘99; first season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Steve Payne (Union College [Ky.] ‘90; first season) Rodney Perry (Missouri State ‘94; first season) Lucas McKay (Wright State ‘09; first season) DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Drew Benedict (Huntington University [Ind.] ‘17; first season) DIRECTOR OF PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT: Bill Donlon (first season) 19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

J AVA N W H I T E

Q U I C K FA C T S Location: Kansas City, Mo. Founded: 1929 Enrollment: 16,000 Colors: Blue and Gold Men’s WAC Tourney Record: 3-6

2019-20 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 1

Emily Ivory

G

5-5

So.

Davenport, Iowa (Bettendorf HS)

3

Naomie Alnatas

G

5-7

So.

Cayenne, French Guiana (owa Western CC)

12

Cristina Soriano

F

6-5

Sr.

Valladolid, Spain (Monroe College)

13

Lauren West

G

5-11

Fr.

Omaha, Neb. (Millard North HS)

14

Ericka Mattingly

G

5-7

Sr.

Wichita, Kan. (Butler CC)

15

Taylor Larson

G

5-11

Jr.

Huxley, Iowa (Ballard HS)

20

Awal Ajak

F

6-0

Sr.

Des Moines, Iowa (Kirkwood CC)

21

Mandy Willems

G

5-9

So.

Ackley, Iowa (North Iowa Area CC)

23

Tajah Foster-Walker

F

6-2

Fr.

St. Louis, Mo. (Whitfield Academy)

24

Jonaie Johnson

G

5-7

So.

Chicago, Ill. (Kenwood Academy)

32

Jada Mickens

F

6-0

Jr.

Liberal, Kan. (Hutchinson CC)

Women’s WAC Tourney Record: 2-6

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

W O M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Jacie Hoyt (Wichita State ‘09; third season) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Robyne Bostick (Saint Joseph’s ‘93; third season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Patrick Harrison (Friends University ‘09; second season) Kindred Orpin (Kansas State ‘17; third season) DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Christina Gilbert (South Dakota State ‘07; fifth season) E R I C K A M AT T I N G LY 19-20 RESULTS

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NM STATE AGGIES P L AY E R T O W AT C H 2019-20 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 1

2

3

5

10

11/0

12

13

15

20

21

22

24

32

35

55

Shunn Buchanan

G

Tennessee Owens

G

Terrell Brown

G

Clayton Henry

G

Jabari Rice

G

Evan Gilyard II

G

AJ Harris

G

C.J. Bobbitt

F

Ivan Aurrecoechea

F

Dajour Joseph

G

Trevelin Queen

G

Wilfried Likayi

F

William McNair

F

Bryce Rewalt

G

Johnny McCants

F

Shawn Williams

G

6-0

5-10

6-1

6-4

6-4

6-0

5-9

6-7

6-8

6-6

6-6

6-9

6-10

5-11

6-7

6-1

170

165

170

200

180

170

170

220

235

205

190

210

265

165

235

175

Sr.

R-So.

Sr.

Sr.

R-So.

Jr.

R-Sr.

R-Sr.

Sr.

Jr.

Sr.

Jr.

R-Fr.

Sr.

R-Jr.

Jr.

Durant, Miss. (Northeast Mississippi CC)

Las Cruces, N.M. (Alabama-Huntsville)

Hayward, Calif. (City College of San Francisco)

Calgary, Canada (Palm Beach State)

Houston, Texas (Thurgood Marshall HS)

Chicago, Ill. (UTEP)

Dayton, Ohio (Ohio State)

Killeen, Texas (Denver)

Madrid, Spain (Indian Hills CC)

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (South Plains)

Glen Burnie, Md. (NMMI)

Portland, Ore. (Casper College)

Philadelphia, Pa. (Martin Luther King HS)

Las Cruces, N.M. (Centennial HS)

Las Cruces, N.M. (Oñate HS)

Little Rock, Ark. (East Carolina)

TREVELIN QUEEN

M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Chris Jans (Loras College '91; third season) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: James Miller (Colorado State '05; second season)

Q U I C K FA C T S

ASSISTANT COACHES: David Anwar (Fitchburg State '98; third season) Corey Barker (Prairie View A&M '03; first season)

Location: Las Cruces, N.M.

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Casey Owens (New Mexico State'94; second season)

Founded: 1888

19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

Enrollment: 14,289 Colors: Crimson and White Men’s WAC Tourney Record: 32-5 Women’s WAC Tourney Record: 19-10

2019-20 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 1

Shania Harper

F

6-1

Fr.

Las Vegas, Nev. (Sierra Vista HS)

10

Adrianna Henderson

G

5-7

R-Jr.

Topeka, Kan. (North Texas)

11

Soufia Inoussa

G

5-7

Fr.

Stockholm, Sweden (Solna Gymnasium)

12

Amanda Soderqvist

G

5-10

Fr.

Lulea, Sweden (Lulea Gymnasieskola)

14

Nana Sule

F

6-0

R-Jr.

Abuja, Nigeria (Chipola College)

15

Rodrea Echols

G

5-9

Sr.

Memphis, Tenn. (Trinity Valley)

22

Kalei Atkinson

G

6-0

Jr.

Torrance, Calif. (West HS)

23

Aaliyah Prince

G

5-8

R-Jr.

San Antonio, Texas (Highlands HS)

24

Adenike Aderinto

F

6-2

Sr.

Zaria, Nigeria (South Georgia Tech)

30

Gia Pack

G

5-10

Sr.

Phoenix, Ariz. (South Mountain HS)

32

Micayla Buckner

F

6-4

Gr.

Garland, Texas (North Texas)

34

Tayelin Grays

G

5-8

So.

Dayton, Texas (Dayton HS)

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

W O M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Brooke Atkinson (Wichita State ‘03; third season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Ryan McAdams (Cal Poly ‘04; third season) Aisha Stewart (Catawba College ‘04; third season) DeAudra Brown (Elizabeth City State ‘12; third season) 19-20 RESULTS

G I A PA C K

STATISTICS

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SEATTLE U REDHAWKS P L AY E R T O W AT C H 2019-20 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 0

Rip Economou

1

Myles Carter

2

Trey Hopkins

G

Aaron Nettles

G

12

Mattia Da Campo

G

13

21

23

24

33

34

35

6-9

G

10 11

6-8

F

Riley Grigsby

Morgan Means

Jordan Dallas

Terrell Brown

Delante Jones

Mikkel Hauge

Anand Hundal

Dovy Pinskus

6-3

G/F

G

6-0

6-6

6-5

6-3

C

6-10

G

6-1

G

6-5

G

6-4

F

6-10

F

6-7

190

230

180

175

220

210

175

220

175

195

200

230

195

So.

R-Sr.

So.

Jr.

So.

Sr.

Sr.

Gr.

R-Jr.

R-Sr.

Fr.

Sr.

Santa Monica, Calif. (Santa Monica HS)

Chicago, Ill. (Seton Hall)

Midwest City, Okla. (Carl Albert HS)

Seattle, Wash. (Seattle Prep)

San Jose, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty HS)

Venice, Italy (Stella Azura Academy)

Compton, Calif. (Redondo Union HS)

Long Beach, Calif. (Weber State)

Seattle, Wash. (Shoreline CC)

Chantilly, Va. (American)

Copenhagen, Denmark (Vaerleose Basketball Club)

Manteca, Calif (Las Positas College)

Fr.

Vilnius, Lithuania (Sunrise Christian Academy)

M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Jim Hayford (Azusa Pacific ‘89; third season)

TERRELL BROWN

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACHES: Chris Victor (Concordia Irvine ‘04; third season) Alex Pribble (Cal ‘07; first season) ASSISTANT COACH: Sam Kirby (Seattle U ‘08; second season)

Q U I C K FA C T S

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Mike Odland (Whitworth ‘10; second season) 19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

Location: Seattle Founded: 1891 Enrollment: 7,291

2019-20 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 1

4

5

11

Makenna Schoenhofer G

McKenzi Williams

Courtney Murphy

Georgia Kehoe

G

G

R-So.

Santa Rosa, Calif. (Boise State)

21

Olivia Crawford

G

24 30

31

6-0

G

5-7

G

5-7

Sarah Rahon

G

Genessa Bedoya

G

Maddy Phillips

5-6

C

Sr.

So.

Fr.

Duvall, Wash. (Woodinville)

5-9

So.

5-5

Fr.

Sr.

Orange, Calif. (Mater Dei)

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (Strathcona BGGS) Santa Clarita, Calif. (Bishop Alemany)

Raneem Elbarky

F

6-2

Fr.

Cairo, Egypt (Al Afak Al Gadeda International)

43

Joana Alves

P

6-3

Sr.

Lisbon, Portugal (Escola Secundária Fernão Mendes Pinto)

Chinwe Ezeonu

F

6-1

R-So.

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

Lakewood, Wash. (Hawai’i)

32

34

Women’s WAC Tourney Record: 10-6

Tempe, Ariz. (Corona Del Sol)

Redding, Calif. (Enterprise)

Sr.

6-3

Barcelona, Spain (Escola Betania-Patmos)

Sr.

5-6

Men’s WAC Tourney Record: 4-7

Sunshine Coast, Australia (Mountain Creek State)

6-3

P

Madison DuBois

So.

F

Leilani Peat

22

Auburn, Wash. (Riverside)

Brisbane, Australia (Stuartholme)

14

Kamira Sanders

Fortuna, Calif. (St. Bernard’s Academy)

R-So.

R-Fr.

G

15

6-0

R-Fr.

6-3

Carla Bieg

Hailey Vice-Neat

5-5

F

12

13

5-10

Colors: Red and White

Seattle, Wash. (San Jose State)

W O M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Suzy Barcomb (Washington ‘86; fourth season) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Joddie Gleason (Chico State ‘92; fourth season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Skip Gleason (Chico State ‘95; fourth season) Toni Thomas (Cal State Fullerton ‘09; fourth season) DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Lexi Petersen (Oregon ‘16; first season) 19-20 RESULTS

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KAMIRA SANDERS


UT RIO GRANDE VALLEY VAQUEROS 2019-20 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 14 15 20 21 22 23 24

Chris Freeman Sean Rhea Quinton Johnson II Connor Raines Ricky “Doc” Nelson Jamal Gaines Nick Mora Lesley Varner II Rob McClain Jr. Javon Levi Uche Dibiamaka Isaiah Garcia Isaiah Fontaine Jordan Jackson Anthony Bratton Marek Nelson

G F G F G F G F G G G G F G F F

6-6 6-8 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-8 6-1 6-7 6-5 5-11 6-4 5-10 6-9 6-3 6-8 6-7

190 230 195 190 170 225 167 190 185 175 195 160 200 180 236 190

Jr. R-So. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Gr. Jr. Jr.

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

Winston-Salem, N.C. (Northwest Kansas Technical College) Houston, Texas (New Mexico JC) Oklahoma City (Next Level Prep) Beacon Falls, Conn. (Notre Dame of West Haven) Houston, Texas (Weber State) Red Oak, Texas (Universal Academy) Weslaco, Texas (Weslaco HS) Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar HS) Red Lake, Minn. (United Tribes Technical College) Killeen, Texas (Shoemaker HS) Adelaide, SA, Australia (Second Baptist School) Weslaco, Texas (Weslaco HS) Chelsea, Mass. (Tyler Junior College) Houston, Texas (Midland College) Omaha, Neb. (Indian Hills CC) Plano, Texas (Western Kentucky)

M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Lew Hill (Wichita State ‘88; fourth season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Jai Steadman (Nebraska ‘97; sixth season) Kenya Crandell (Nebraska-Kearney ‘96; fourth season) Luke Mackay (East Carolina ‘06; fourth season) SPECIAL ASSISTANTS TO THE HEAD COACH: Caleb Villarreal (Texas Tech ‘14; fourth season) Byron Peak (Oklahoma ‘16; second season) 19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

2019-20 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 13 15 20 21 22 23 24 32 33 34

Zhane Templeton Amara Graham Tiffany McGarity Iva Belosevic Mia Paz Trelynn Tyler Valeria Tapia Payton Hicks Mallory Gibson Burcu Soysal Desirea Buerge Ashlei Lopez Jordan Agustus Halie Jones Sydney Cajero Sara Bershers Megan Johnson

G G G F G G G G G C F G F G F G F

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

R-Jr. R-Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-So. Gr. R-So. Gr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

Dallas, Texas (UT Arlington) Chicago, Ill. (Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep) San Antonio, Texas (Judson HS) Zagreb, Croatia (Lamar Community College) Brownsville, Texas (Hanna HS) Omaha, Neb. (Tyler Junior College) Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico (Saint Joseph Academy) Plano, Texas (Prestonwood Academy) Missouri City, Texas (Ridge Point HS) Istanbul, Turkey (UMass) Webb City, Mo. (Missouri Southern State) Rockford, Ill. (Morehead State) Bronx, N.Y. (VCU) Wichita, Kan. (Maize HS) San Antonio, Texas (Steele HS) Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside HS) Newcastle, Australia (Newcastle Hunters)

JORDAN JACKSON

Q U I C K FA C T S Location: Edinburg, Texas Founded: 2015 Enrollment: 29,619 Colors: Orange and Gray Men’s WAC Tourney Record: 1-6 Women’s WAC Tourney Record: 6-5

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

W O M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Lane Lord (Tabor College ‘93; second season) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Anna Nimz (Pittsburg State ‘08; second season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Ipek Turkyilmaz (Arizona ‘10; second season) Blake Huber (Pittsburg State ‘17; second season)

SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE HEAD COACH: Victoria Pena (Stephen F. Austin ‘16; second season) 19-20 RESULTS

T R E LY N N T Y L E R

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Isaiah White

G

6-7

205

Jr.

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Salt Lake CC)

2

Jamison Overton

G

6-6

190

Jr.

San Diego, Calif. (Saddleback College)

3

TJ Washington

G

6-0

175

Sr.

Tulsa, Oklahoma (Coffeyville CC)

4

Emmanuel Olojakpoke

F

6-8

190

Sr.

Houston, Texas (Akron)

5

Ege Havsa

G

6-4

165

R-Jr.

Istanbul, Turkey (Fordham)

11

Brandon Averette

G

5-11

185

R-Jr.

Richardson, Texas (Oklahoma State)

13

Brandon Morley

F/C

7-0

235

Sr.

South Jordan, Utah (Utah)

20

Bradley Kitchen

G

6-3

195

Sr.

Springville, Utah (Springville HS)

22

Casdon Jardine

G/F

6-7

218

R-Jr.

Twin Falls, Idaho (Boise State)

24

Trey Woodbury

G

6-4

200

So.

Las Vegas, Nev. (UNLV)

M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Mark Madsen (Stanford ‘00; first season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Todd Phillips (Lewis-Clark State ‘99; first season) Todd Okeson (Nevada ‘04; first season) Jarred Jackson (Lander ‘07; first season) DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Michael Johnson (Weber State ‘15; first season) 19-20 RESULTS

STATISTICS

ISAIAH WHITE

Q U I C K FA C T S Location: Orem, Utah Founded: 1941 Enrollment: 39,931 Colors: Green and White

2019-20 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER 3

Maria Carvalho

G

5-8

So.

Lisbon, Portugal (Escola secundaria de vagos)

5

Sydney Wright

G

5-5

Fr.

Adelaide, South Australia (Henley)

11

Keana Delos Santos

G

5-6

Sr.

Concord, California (Miramonte)

13

Macy Markus

G

5-8

So.

Herriman, Utah (Treasure Valley CC)

14

Eve Braslis

F

6-1

So.

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (The Geelong College)

20

Alexis Cortez

G

6-0

Sr.

Tucson, Ariz. (East Carolina)

21

Nehaa Sohail

F

6-2

R-So.

El Paso, Texas (Coronado)

22

Megan Jensen

C

6-3

Fr.

Castle Dale, Utah (Emery)

23

Madison Grange

G

5-11

So.

Salt Lake City, Utah (Skyline)

33

Va’e Malufau

F/C

5-11

R-Jr.

Laie, Hawaii (Punahou)

35

Jordan Holland

F/C

6-0

Sr.

Los Lunas, N.M. (Los Lunas)

40

Josie Williams

C

6-5

So.

West Haven, Utah (Roy)

Deserae Falatea

G

5-10

R-Fr.

Salt Lake City, Utah (East)

Men’s WAC Tourney Record: 4-6 Women’s WAC Tourney Record: 2-6

P L AY E R T O W AT C H

W O M E N ’ S B A S K E T B A L L C O A C H I N G S TA F F HEAD COACH: Dan Nielson (BYU ‘06; first season) ASSISTANT COACHES: Ashley Garfield (BYU ‘15; first season) Morgan Bailey (BYU ‘15; first season) Keilani Unga (BYU ‘13; first season) 19-20 RESULTS

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MEN’S TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL MOST POINTS

Game: Tournament:

TEAM

44 94

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: Tournament:

17 37

Half: Game: Tournament:

Mike Jones, TCU (FS), 1997 Mike Jones, TCU, 1997 (4 Games)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

27 73

Chris Herren, FS (TCU), 1997 Mike Jones, TCU, 1997 (4 Games)

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Game (10 att.): Tournament:

.923 .710

Eric Leckner, UW (UNM, 13-14), 1987 Eric Leckner, UW, 1988 (22-31, 3 Games)

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Game:

8

Tournament:

14

Isiah Umipig, SU (KC), 2015 (8-17) Jameel Mahmud, CSU (SMU), 1997 (8-11) Adrian Oliver, SJSU, 2011 (3 Games)

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

18 32

Dominick Young, FS (UNM), 1996 Malcolm Johnson, TCU, 1997 (4 Games)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE

Game:

15

Tournament:

24

Pat Durham, CSU (UH), 1989 Eddie Rivera, UTEP (UU), 1993 Omar Thomas, UTEP, 2005 (3 Games)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Game:

20

Tournament:

37

Dave Feitl, UTEP (SDSU), 1985; Pat Durham, CSU (UH), 1989 Pat Durham, CSU, 1989 (3 Games)

22 55

Jemerrio Jones, NMSU (SU), 2018 Jemerrio Jones, NMSU, 2018 (3 Games)

13 31

Jeremiah Ostrowski, UH (NMSU), 2012 Mark Dickel, UNLV, 1998 (4 Games)

7 11

Thomas McTyer, TCU (SJSU), 2000 Malik Cook, Nevada, 2009 (3 Games)

MOST REBOUNDS

Game: Tournament:

MOST ASSISTS

Game: Tournament:

MOST STEALS

Game: Tournament:

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS

Game: Tournament:

9 11

Menelik Barbary, SJSU (UI), 2007 David Van Dyke, UTEP, 1992 (3 Games); Kevin Johnson, Tulsa, 2003 (3 Games)

MISCELLANEOUS MOST POINTS, BOTH TEAMS

Game:

209

Boise State (107) vs. NM State (102) (3OT) 2008

FEWEST POINTS, BOTH TEAMS

Game:

76

Wyoming (40) vs. CSU (36), 1984

LARGEST WINNING MARGIN

Game:

37

NM State (86) vs. Chicago State (49), 2019

LOWEST SEED TO WIN TOURNAMENT

UNLV, seeded fifth, 1998 Hawai‘i, seeded fifth, 2001

BIGGEST UPSET BASED UPON SEEDS

Air Force (9) defeated Colorado State (1) in 1990 UTSA (9) defeated Louisiana Tech (1) in 2013 LONGEST GAME

MOST POINTS

Mike Jones, TCU (FS), 1997 Mike Jones, TCU, 1997 (4 Games)

CSU Bakersfield defeated Utah Valley in 4OT (3:13), 2017

Game: Tournament:

59 107 320

New Mexico (CSU, 2nd), 1987 Boise State (NMSU), 2008 Boise State, 2005

42 107

New Mexico (SJSU), 1997 Boise State, 2005

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

83 236

NM State (BSU), 2008 Boise State, 2005

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Half: Game: Tournament:

.852 .705 .529

Brigham Young (FS), 1994 (16-19) Utah Valley (UTPA), 2014 (31-44) Rice, 2005

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: Tournament:

17 39

NM State (GCU), 2019 (Att. 39) NM State (3 Games), 2019

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

39 102

NM State (GCU), 2019 NM State, 2019

BEST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 5 MADE GAME/10 MADE TOURNAMENT)

Game: Tournament:

.769 .588

NM State (BSU), 2007 (10-13) NM State (20-34), 2007

MOST FREE THROWS MADE

Game: Tournament:

32 76

CSU Bakersfield (UVU), 2017 Boise State, 2005

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

45 102

CSU Bakersfield (UVU), 2017 Boise State, 2005

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

Game:

1.000

Tournament:

.836

Utah Valley (UTPA), 2014 (11-11) Nevada (Utah State), 2009 (10-10) Utah State, 2007

68 168

Utah Valley (CSUB), 2017 Boise State, 2005

26 62

Hawai‘i (TCU), 2001 Hawai‘i, 2001

Game:

14

Tournament:

33

Chicago State (SU), 2015 NM State (BSU), 2008 Tulsa, 2000

MOST REBOUNDS

Game: Tournament:

MOST ASSISTS

Game: Tournament:

MOST STEALS

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS

Game: Tournament:

11 19

San Jose State (Idaho), 2007 Fresno State, 2000/NM State, 2012

MOST PERSONAL FOULS

Game: Tournament:

34 79

UT Rio Grande Valley (KC), 2017 Boise State, 2005

DEFENSE MOST TURNOVERS CAUSED

Game:

28

CSU Bakersfield (UVU), 2017

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED

Half: Game:

12 36

Seattle U (Chicago State, 2nd), 2015 Wyoming (CSU), 1984

BEST FG PERCENTAGE DEFENSE

Half: Game:

.121 .267

New Mexico (SDSU, 2nd, 4-33), 1994 CSU Bakersfield (UVU, 12-45), 2015 New Mexico (SDSU, 16-60), 1994 W WW.WAC SPO R TS.C O M

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WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL MOST POINTS

Game: Tournament:

TEAM

44 86

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: Tournament:

17 (att. 28) 30 (att. 57)

Half: Game: Tournament:

Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU (vs. CU), 1991 Gia Pack, NM State 2019 (3 games)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

29 (made 11) 65 (made 29)

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Game (min. 15 atts.): Tournament (min. 20 atts.):

Danesia Williamson, NMSU (vs. Idaho), 2014 Abby Garcheck, New Mexico 1998 (4 games) .778 (14-18)Mikki Kane, Utah (vs. CU), 1991 .680 (17-25)Tashaa Williams, LTU, 2006 (3 games)

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: Tournament:

9 (att. 16) 14 (att. 26)

Devyn Christensen, USU (vs. Seattle U), 2013 Kari Gallup, BYU, 1998 (3 games)

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

16 (made 9) Devyn Christensen, USU (vs. Seattle U), 2013 30 (made 9) Rosie Moult, Fresno State, 2012 (3 games)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE

Game: Tournament:

17 (att. 19) 21 (att. 23) 21 (att. 24)

MOST REBOUNDS

Game: Tournament:

MOST ASSISTS

Game: Tournament:

MOST STEALS

Game:

Tournament:

19 (made 17) 24 (made 21)

Game: Tournament:

Danesia Williamson, NMSU (vs. UTPA), 2014 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1999 (2 games)

25 45

Cheryl Ford, LT (vs. Fresno State), 2003 Cheryl Ford, LT, 2003 (3 games)

14 26

Alli Bills, Utah, (vs. SMU), 1997 Alli Bills, Utah, 1997 (3 games)

7 7 14 14 14 14

Tomika Young, BYU (vs. New Mexico), 1993 Gia Pack, NMSU (vs. Chicago State), 2019 Christina Murguia, SDSU, 1995 (3 games) Jodi Nowlin-Tres, SDSU, 1997 (3 games) Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech, 2003 (3 games) Gia Pack, NM State 2019 (3 games)

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS

9 17

Game: Tournament:

66 (1st) 100 288

Louisiana Tech (vs. Boise State), 2004 Louisiana Tech (vs. Boise State), 2004 New Mexico, 1998 (4 games)

40 (att 64) 100 (att 228)

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

84 (made 32) 228 (made 100)

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Game: .659 (27-41) Tournament (min. 2 games):

Michelle Suman, SDSU (vs. Utah), 1995 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1995 (3 games)

MOST POINTS, BOTH TEAMS

185

Hawai‘i 97, SMU 88 (OT), 2001

FEWEST POINTS, BOTH TEAMS

Game:

86 47

Louisiana Tech 100, Boise State 53, 2004

LOWEST SEED TO WIN TOURNAMENT

New Mexico (4), 1998 Seattle U (4), 2018

BIGGEST UPSET BASED UPON SEEDS

New Mexico State-7 def. Louisiana Tech-2, 2007 New Mexico State-7 def. Fresno State-2, 2006 SMU-7 def. Rice-2, 2003

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BSU (vs. UTEP), 2003 .524 (75-143)Utah, 1992 (3 games)

Game: Tournament:

15 (att. 40) 33 (att. 107)

Fresno State (vs. Louisiana Tech), 2012 Fresno State, 2012 (3 games)

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

40 (made 15) 107 (made 33)

Fresno State (vs. Louisiana Tech), 2012 Fresno State, 2012 (3 games)

Game (minimum 5 atts.): Tournament (minimum 10 atts.): MOST FREE THROWS MADE

Game:

Tournament:

30 (att. 33) 30 (att. 44) 73 (att. 99)

Nevada (vs. San Jose State), 2006 Rice (vs. San Jose State); 2005 New Mexico, 1998 (4 games)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

44 (made 30) 99 (made 73)

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

Game (minimum 15 atts.): Tournament (minimum 30 atts.): MOST REBOUNDS

Game: Tournament:

MOST ASSISTS

Game: Tournament:

MOST STEALS

Game:

Tournament: Game: Tournament:

Rice (vs. San Jose State), 2005 New Mexico, 1998 (4 games) .952 (20-21)NM State (vs. UTRGV), 2019 .868 (33-38)Fresno State, 2010 (3 games)

60 147

Tulsa (vs. Rice), 2004 Rice, 2005 (3 games)

29 62

Creighton (vs. New Mexico), 1992 Utah, 1992 (3 games) Creighton, 1992 (3 games)

23 23 58

Louisiana Tech (vs. Boise State), 2004 NM State (vs. Chicago State), 2019 Louisiana Tech, 2004 (3 games)

14 28

Rice (vs. Tulsa), 2004 Rice, 2004 (3 games)

MOST PERSONAL FOULS

Game: Tournament:

.769 (10-13)Utah (vs. BYU), 1995 .667 (18-27)Utah, 1995 (3 games)

32 67

UTEP (vs. Utah), 1992 SDSU, 1995 (3 games)

Hawai‘i (54), Nevada (41), 2002

LARGEST WINNING MARGIN

Game:

Boise State (vs. San Jose State), 2007 New Mexico, 1998 (4 games)

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS

MISCELLANEOUS Game:

SMU (vs. San Jose State), 2000 New Mexico, 1998 (4 games)

BEST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Danesia Williamson, NMSU (vs. UTPA), 2014 Stacey Barr, Idaho, 2014 (3 games) Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1999 (2 games)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Game: Tournament:

MOST POINTS

Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU (vs. CU), 1991 Gia Pack, NM State 2019 (3 games)

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DEFENSIVE MOST TURNOVERS CAUSED

Game: 34 Tournament:

Creighton (vs. New Mexico), 1992 83Louisiana Tech, 2004 (3 games)

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED

Half:

12

Game:

36

Rice (vs. Fresno State), 2000 SDSU (vs. New Mexico), 1997 Hawai‘i (vs. Rice), 2002

BEST FG PERCENTAGE DEFENSE

Half: Game:

.125 (4-32) .203 (15-74)

Louisiana Tech (vs. New Mexico State), 2006 Tulsa (vs. Rice), 2004


WAC MEN’S POSTSEASON HONORS F I R ST T E A M A L L-WAC

Player of the Year: Milan Acquaah, California Baptist Defensive Player of the Year: Javon Levi, UT Rio Grande Valley Newcomer of the Year: Brandon Boyd, California Baptist Freshman of the Year: Jovan Blacksher Jr., Grand Canyon Coach of the Year: Chris Jans, NM State

SECOND TEAM ALL-WAC

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM

Carlos Johnson, Grand Canyon

De'jon Davis, California Baptist

Brandon Averette, Utah Valley

De'jon Davis, California Baptist

Alessandro Lever, Grand Canyon Javon Levi, UT Rio Grande Valley Trevelin Queen, NM State

Terrell Brown, NM State

Javon Levi, UT Rio Grande Valley Brandon McKissic, Kansas City Taze Moore, CSU Bakersfield

Cam Allen, CSU Bakersfield

Brandon Boyd, California Baptist Mikey Dixon, Grand Canyon Evan Gilyard, NM State

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WAC WOMEN’S POSTSEASON HONORS F I R ST T E A M A L L-WAC

Player of the Year: Ericka Mattingly, Kansas City Defensive Player of the Year: Kamira Sanders, Seattle U Newcomer of the Year: Jada Holland, Grand Canyon Freshman of the Year: Jada Holland, Grand Canyon Coach of the Year: Jacie Hoyt, Kansas City

SECOND TEAM ALL-WAC

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM

Da’jah Daniel, Grand Canyon

Da’jah Daniel, Grand Canyon

Jayden Eggleston, CSU Bakersfield

Maria Carvalho, Utah Valley

Amara Graham, UT Rio Grande Valley

Ane Olaeta, California Baptist Lexy Ram, California Baptist

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Maria Carvalho, Utah Valley

Ericka Mattingly, Kansas City Kamira Sanders, Seattle U

Cristina Soriano, Kansas City

Mae Bryant, Grand Canyon

Jada Holland, Grand Canyon

Soufia Inoussa, NM State

Trelynn Tyler, UT Rio Grande Valley


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