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2012-13 WAC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL DENVER denverpioneers.com

SEATTLE U goseattleu.com

Peg Bradley-Doppes, Athletics Director........................................ (303) 871-3399 Pam Wettig, SWA................................................................................... (303) 871-4045 Kerry Cremeans, Head Coach............................................................ (303) 871-3926 Press Row................................................................................................. (303) 871-3922 Nicole Bostel, SID [Cell: (954) 478-2090]....................................... (303) 871-4990 FAX.............................................................................................................. (303) 871-3890 E-Mail Address........................................................................... nicole.dupes@du.edu

William Hogan, Athletics Director................................................... (206) 296-5451 Roxanne Levenson, SWA.................................................................... (206) 296-6401 Joan Bonvicini, Head Coach.............................................................. (206) 296-6406 Press Row................................................................................................. (206) 296-2080 Mollie Hanke, SID [Cell: (859) 948-4472]....................................... (206) 296-2490 FAX.............................................................................................................. (206) 296-2154 E-Mail Address..........................................................................hankem@seattleu.edu

IDAHO govandals.com

UT ARLINGTON utamavs.com

Rob Spear, Athletics Director............................................................ (208) 885-0243 Debbie Buchanan, SWA...................................................................... (208) 885-0238 Jon Newlee, Head Coach.................................................................... (208) 885-2862 Press Row................................................................................................. (208) 885-0211 Nick Heidelberger, SID [Cell: (208) 596-1198].............................. (208) 885-0211 FAX.............................................................................................................. (208) 885-2862 E-Mail Address............................................................... nheidelberger@uidaho.edu

Dr. James Spaniolo, Athletics Director........................................... (817) 272-7170 Debbie Garcia, SWA.............................................................................. (817) 272-2047 Samantha Morrow, Head Coach...................................................... (817) 272-7165 Press Row................................................................................................. (817) 272-3795 Melissa Cebold, SID [Cell: (214) 240-8350]................................... (817) 272-7168 FAX.............................................................................................................. (817) 272-9524 E-Mail Address..................................................................................mcebold@uta.edu

LOUISIANA TECH latechsports.com

UTSA goutsa.com

Bruce Van De Velde, Athletics Director.......................................... (318) 257-3247 Mary Kay Hungate, Associate AD/SWA.......................................... (318) 257-5654 Teresa Weatherspoon, Head Coach................................................ (318) 257-4111 Press Row................................................................................................. (318) 257-3144 Malcolm Butler, SID [Cell: (318) 614-4513]................................... (318) 257-3145 FAX.............................................................................................................. (318) 257-3757 E-Mail Address..............................................................................mbutler@latech.edu

Lynn Hickey, Athletics Director........................................................ (210) 458-4161 Liz Dalton, SWA...................................................................................... (210) 458-4666 Rae Rippetoe-Blair, Head Coach...................................................... (210) 458-4171 Press Row................................................................................................. (210) 458-4566 Jordan Korphage, SID [Cell: (210) 501-4006]............................... (210) 458-4930 FAX.............................................................................................................. (210) 458-4569 E-Mail Address................................................................ jordan.korphage@utsa.edu

NEW MEXICO STATE nmstatesports.com

TEXAS STATE txstatebobcats.com

McKinley Boston, Athletics Director............................................... (575) 646-8225 Maria Roth, Associate AD/SWA......................................................... (575) 646-1672 Mark Trakh, Head Coach..................................................................... (575) 646-1570 Press Row................................................................................................. (575) 646-3400 Stephanie Taylor, SID [Cell: (505) 804-4249]................................. (575) 646-3269 FAX.............................................................................................................. (575) 646-2425 E-Mail Address............................................................................... sataylor@nmsu.edu

Dr. Larry Teis, Athletics Director........................................................ (512) 245-2963 Tracy Shoemake, SWA.......................................................................... (512) 245-2114 Zenerae Antoine, Head Coach.......................................................... (512) 245-3832 Press Row................................................................................................. (512) 245-5532 Rob Beuerlein, SID [Cell: (832) 279-0327]..................................... (512) 245-4692 FAX.............................................................................................................. (512) 245-2967 E-Mail Address................................................................................... rb60@txstate.edu

SAN JOSE STATE sjsuspartans.com

UTAH STATE utahstateaggies.com

Gene Bleymaier, Athletics Director................................................. (408) 924-1200 Liz Jarnigan, Associate AD/SWA....................................................... (408) 924-2462 Tim La Kose, Head Coach.................................................................... (408) 924-1241 Press Row................................................................................................. (408) 924-6470 Richard Stern, SID [Cell: (408) 318-8111]....................................... (408) 924-1208 FAX.............................................................................................................. (408) 924-1291 E-Mail Address......................................................................... richard.stern@sjsu.edu

Scott Barnes, Athletics Director........................................................ (435) 797-2060 Jana Doggett, Executive Associate AD/SWA............................... (435) 797-3907 Jerry Finkbeiner, Head Coach........................................................... (435) 797-8130 Press Row................................................................................................. (435) 797-3443 Kara Fisher, SID [Cell: (435) 757-8184]............................................ (435) 797-1361 FAX.............................................................................................................. (435) 797-2615 E-Mail Address..............................................................................kara.irving@usu.edu

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 2201 E. Asbury St. Denver, CO 80208

Mailing Address Media Relations 875 Perimeter Dr., MS 2302 Moscow, ID 83844-2302

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations Thomas Assembly Center, Room 161 Ruston, LA 71270

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations MSC 3145, PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001

Mailing Address Athletics Media Relations One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192

Mailing Address 901 12th Ave. PO Box 222000 Seattle, WA 98122

Mailing Address Box 19950, College Park Center 601 S. Pecan St. Arlington, TX 76019-9950

Mailing Address Athletic Communications One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249-0691

Mailing Address Sports Information 601 University Dr. San Marcos, TX 78666

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 7400 Old Main Hill Logan, UT 84322

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

WAC standings, statistics, championships information, school links and more are available on the Internet at: www.wacsports.com

MEDIA CENTER

School Directory..................................................... IFC WAC Staff Directory................................................... 1 Play Up....................................................................... 2-7 WAC History.............................................................. 8-9 WAC Timeline...................................................... 10-11 WAC Commissioner.................................................12 WAC Staff.............................................................. 12-13 WAC SAAC............................................................ 14-15 Team Sport Summary.............................................15 WAC Championships Calendar............................15 WAC Women’s Basketball Notebook.......... 16-18 2013 NCAA Tournament Bracket........................19

The WAC’s website (wacsports.com) includes a link on the home page to the Media Center. From there, links to media guides, notes, teleconferences, logos, images and other information can be found.

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The Schools

Western Athletic Conference

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Jeff Hurd, Interim Commissioner........................................................(303) 962-4216...........jhurd@wac.org Connie Hurlbut, Senior Associate Commissioner/SWA..............(303) 962-4205.... churlbut@wac.org David Chaffin, Assoc. Commissioner/Communications & Tech....(303) 962-4212..... dchaffin@wac.org Mollie Lehman, Assoc. Commissioner/Business & Operations...(303) 962-4215.. mlehman@wac.org Vicky Eggleston, Director of Graphic Design & Publications..... (303) 962-4207.... veggleston@wac.org Amanda Benzine, Director of Marketing.........................................(303) 962-4204....abenzine@wac.org Jason Erickson, Director of Media Relations...................................(303) 962-4206....jerickson@wac.org Hope Shuler, Director of Media Relations.......................................(303) 962-4213.......hshuler@wac.org Matt Pucak, Asst. Director of Championships................................(303) 962-4214 .... mpucak@wac.org Kathy Schild, Senior Executive Assistant.........................................(303) 962-4208........kschild@wac.org Seth Pringle, Media Relations Intern.................................................(303) 962-4219..... springle@wac.org Kristin Preble, Business & Compliance Intern................................(303) 962-4203...... kpreble@wac.org SUPERVISORS OF OFFICIALS Jim Blackwood, Football........................................ (972) 203-6019.............jim.blackwood@sbcglobal.net Alan Suzuki, Volleyball........................................... (303) 741-3565.......................................asuzuki@wac.org Dan Keohane, Women’s Soccer.......................... (650) 343-4947................................. dkeohane@aol.com Bobby Dibler, Men’s Basketball........................... (915) 598-6286............................diblerb@sbcglobal.net Kaye Garms, Women’s Basketball....................... (303) 238-4630.......................................kgarms@wac.org Dan Pedersen, Baseball.......................................... (619) 368-8228................................dpedersen@wac.org Dave Neidlinger, Softball....................................... (303) 755-1192.........................topofficial@comcast.net

Denver................................................................... 20-23 Idaho...................................................................... 24-27 Louisiana Tech.................................................... 28-31 New Mexico State.............................................. 32-35 San Jose State..................................................... 36-39 Seattle U............................................................... 40-43 UT Arlington........................................................ 44-47 UTSA....................................................................... 48-51 Texas State........................................................... 52-55 Utah State............................................................ 56-59

Records & History 2011-12 Statistics.............................................. 60-67 Team Records...................................................... 68-69 Individual Records...................................................70 Single-Season Top 10....................................... 71-73 Career Records................................................... 74-75 Yearly Team Leaders......................................... 76-81 Yearly Individual Leaders................................ 82-87 All-Time Standings............................................ 88-90 Non-Conference Records......................................90 Composite Standings.............................................90 Attendance Records................................................91 WAC Honors...............................................................92 All-WAC Teams.................................................... 93-95 Academic All-WAC............................................ 95-97 Players of the Week........................................... 98-99 NCAA Tournament History................................. 100 WNIT History........................................................... 101 WAC Tournament......................................... 102-106 2013 WAC Tournament Bracket........................ 107 2012-13 Composite Schedule.................. 108-109

Credits The 2012-13 WAC women’s basketball media guide is compiled and published by the WAC office with the assistance and cooperation of the conference’s sports information directors and their staffs. Editor Hope Shuler Layout and Design Vicky Eggleston

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WAC SCHOOLS COMMIT TO IMPROVEMENT The eight members of the Western Athletic Conference are committed to growing their athletic programs from good to great and from great to exemplary. In no time since the WAC’s founding in 1962, has the membership been so supportive of a league direction or idea.

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On each campus, WAC schools are making great strides to improve both athletically and academically. Whether that means better facilities, better academic support, or more financial and personnel resources, all WAC schools are making new commitments to their athletic departments. What this means for prospective and current student-athletes is a concerted effort to make their college athletic experience more rewarding and fulfilling. Play Up is not a slogan. It is a reminder and a promise to do the little things to get better each day. Whether that is working towards a personal goal, a team goal, or an institutional goal, Play Up is a league-wide commitment to get better. For some schools, the starting point of this improvement is higher than for other schools. Regardless of the starting point, each school is improving both academically and athletically. As for the WAC staff, it is committed to cultivating success among its members, while also increasing exposure and revenue. Concurrently, it is also upgrading the college athletic experience for all of its student-athletes.

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Academic: Since its inception in 1864, the University of Denver is a distinguished leader among America’s universities in a wide variety of academic fields. DU is known world-wide for its Daniels College of Business and Sturm College of Law. DU has also developed nationally-recognized programs outside of the fields of business and law. In addition to Daniels and Sturm, DU’s undergraduate academic entities include the renowned Josef Korbel School of International Studies, the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, the Morgridge College of Education, the Women’s College, University College, and the School of Engineering and Computer Science. The growth of the campus has paralleled the University’s academic flourishing. DU encompasses 125 acres just south of downtown Denver and has enhanced the historical feel of the grounds in recent years by constructing new, state-of-the-art buildings to house the College of Education, College of Law and School of Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management. In August of 2010, US News and World Report confirmed the University of Denver’s rising academic pedigree with a ranking of 86th best university in the country, a figure that is among the highest given to any Western school. Athletic: The University of Denver has captured 28 NCAA Division I championships since beginning intercollegiate athletics in 1867. The Pioneers have earned an NCAA record 21 skiing national championships and are tied for second with seven NCAA hockey titles. Since 2005, the Pioneers have won five NCAA Championships, 51 conference titles and 40 coach of the year honors, while achieving numerous national rankings. The Pioneers have become one of the top NCAA Division I non-football institutions, capturing four of the last five I-AAA Directors’ Cup trophies.

DENVER

Location: Denver, Colo. Nickname: Pioneers Joined WAC: 2012

MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Golf, Hockey, Lacrosse, Skiing, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Golf, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Skiing, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Volleyball Academic: The University of Idaho is leading the West by providing access to exceptional learning opportunities, world-class facilities and an unparalleled residential community. Its students come from every state and 77 countries and its faculty are at the forefront of research and they lecture at prominent organizations around the world. Idaho’s facilities create a dynamic and engaging learning environment and include the stunning Student Recreation Center, ASUI-Kibbie Athletic Center, Idaho Commons, Student Union Building and Prichard Art Gallery. Idaho continues to have a record number of National Merit Scholars – second-most amongst public institutions of higher education in the Northwest and more than all other Idaho institutions combined. The Corporation for National and Community Service named Idaho to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts. This is the fifth-consecutive year Idaho has earned this highest federal recognition for its commitment to service learning and civic engagement. In 2012, Idaho swept the WAC’s Stan Bates Award for the second time in three years, as Markus Geiger and Kayla Mortellaro were honored with the league’s top student-athlete honor. The Vandals have now won the award a record eight times in just seven seasons of WAC participation. Athletic: Renovations continued at the Kibbie Dome in 2011-12 with the replacement of the East End wall and construction of the Litehouse Center, Bud and June Ford Clubroom and the Bob Curtis Press Box, which was re-located on the north side of the Dome. The Dan O’Brien Track & Field Complex also underwent a complete renovation in time to host the 2012 WAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Idaho won three Western Athletic Conference team titles in 2011-12 and finished second in the WAC Commissioner’s Cup standings as 10 of the school’s 16 sports finished third place or better in the WAC. Four Idaho studentathletes earned All-America honors in 2011-12 and Vandals combined for 91 First-Team All-WAC honors, 66 Second-Team honors, four WAC Athlete of the Year honors, two WAC Freshman of the Year honors, five WAC Coach of the Year awards and the WAC’s Joe Kearney Award for the top individual athlete in the conference. In addition to their on-field pursuits, Vandal student-athletes were honored with a program-high 179 WAC All-Academic honors in 2011-12 and nine teams earned national academic honors. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 3 WACSports.com

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Location: Moscow, Idaho Nickname: Vandals Joined WAC: 2005


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Academic: Louisiana Tech continues to separate itself as one of the top academic institutions in the South as a four-year selective admissions research university awarding bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. The university is one of only two institutions in Louisiana to be ranked as a Tier One “National University” by US News & World Report. Louisiana Tech was also among the first universities in the nation to offer biomedical engineering in the 1970s, was the first in the United States to award a bachelor’s degree in nanosystems engineering in 2005, and is now offering the first cyber-engineering bachelor’s degree beginning in 2012. Louisiana Tech prides itself in being among the leading schools in nanotechnology research and has recently introduced the nation’s first broad-based, interdisciplinary nanotechnology Ph.D. programs. In addition to boasting one of the state’s highest graduation rates, Tech also received Louisiana’s highest ranking among public colleges and universities in the 2010 national rankings released by the Washington Monthly, an influential and highly-respected, service-oriented national magazine. In the most recent Federal Graduation Rate Report released last fall, Louisiana Tech recorded its highest student-athlete Graduation Success Rate (GSR) and its highest four-year graduation rate ever. The University’s student-athletes recorded a four-year graduation rate of 72 percent which ranked No. 2 in the state of Louisiana among Division 1 football-playing public institutions and among the best in the nation.

LOUISIANA TECH

Location: Ruston, La. Nickname: Bulldogs/Lady Techsters Joined WAC: 2001

Athletic: Louisiana Tech enters an unprecedented era of change as illustrated by the $20 million dollar Quest for Excellence Campaign to construct a new facility in the south endzone of Joe Aillet Stadium which will house new state-of-the-art sports medicine facility, a new strength and conditioning complex, a new academic center as well as coaches offices and locker rooms for many of the athletic programs. Tech Athletics is coming off a year where it saw its football team win the WAC championship and compete in the Poinsettia Bowl while punter Ryan Allen won the Ray Guy Award. The Bulldog basketball team defeated defending champion Utah State and regular season champion Nevada on the way to the WAC tournament title game for the first time ever. Track star Chelsea Hayes finished second at the US Olympic trials and joined two other former Tech student-athletes (Jason Morgan, Ayanna Alexander) in competing in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. MEN’S SPORTS: , Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball Academic: For the 14th consecutive semester, all 17 men’s and women’s teams cumulative grade point averages combined are at or above a 3.00. For the 14th consecutive semester, Scholar Student-Athlete representation (3.0 semester and or cumulative grade point average or higher) was higher than 50 percent of the student-athlete population. The Aggies had 50 student-athletes post a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring semester. NM State led the WAC with 184 Academic All-WAC selections including 40 in fall and spring and 37 in the winter. The Aggies graduate 86 percent of student-athletes, who exhausting their eligibility.

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Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Nickname: Aggies Joined WAC: 2005

Athletic: The New Mexico State men’s basketball team won its second conference tournament championships in three years in 2011-12 and advanced to its 19th NCAA Tournament. The Aggie baseball team won its first regular season WAC title in school history and made its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2003. The NM State women’s soccer team won a program-record 10 matches in 2011 and earned its second trip to the conference tournament, where the Aggies posted their first postseason victory. The NM State men’s golf team finished second at the WAC Championships and sent two players to the NCAA Regional. The Aggie volleyball team played in the WAC Tournament Championship. Both the NM State men’s and women’s cross country teams collected runner-up finishes at the 2011 WAC Championships with Courtney Schultz winning the women’s race. Schultz earned WAC Athlete of the Year honors for the third straight season. The Aggie swimming and diving team finished in fourth place at the conference meet and Aliena Schmidtke was named WAC Freshman of the Year, which is the second consecutive honor for the Crimson and White. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Equestrian, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 4 2012-13 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide


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WAC PLAY UP Academic: The oldest and one of the largest universities in the 23-campus California State University (CSU) system, SJSU attracts students from throughout California, the United States and 100 countries. For the past eight years, San Jose State has been ranked among the top ten masters-level public universities in the West according to U.S. News & World Report. San Jose State provides more engineering, science and business graduates to Silicon Valley companies than any other college or university in the United States. More than 200 SJSU graduates have founded, co-founded, served or serve as senior executives or officers of public and private companies reporting annual sales between $40 million and $26 billion.

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Location: San Jose, Calif. Nickname: Spartans Joined WAC: 1996

Athletic: San Jose State University has won more NCAA team championships (10) and Spartan studentathletes have captured more NCAA individual titles (52) than any current Western Athletic Conference member. Football’s 2006 New Mexico Bowl win; 2011-12 WAC Championships in men’s golf, women’s swimming and women’s golf; the women’s gymnastics team, competing in four of the last five NCAA Regional Championships; the women’s water polo team consistently ranking among the nation’s top-10 programs and the men’s basketball squad accepting a 2011 CBI post-season bid are among the program’s recent competitive highlights. Increasingly, more student-athletes are earning academic All-WAC recognition. Among WAC members, San Jose State has received the most NCAA Public Recognition Awards for superior Academic Progress Rate scores. Current professional athletes include wide receiver James Jones of the Green Bay Packers and golfers Pat Hurst, Juli Inkster and Mark Wiebe. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Volleyball, Water Polo

Academic: Seattle University, founded in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university located on 50 acres in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. More than 7,900 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within eight schools and colleges. Seattle University is consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report and included in The Princeton Review’s Best Colleges guide. In the past 15 years, Seattle University has invested more than $200 million to build and renovate facilities. Thanks to a successful capital campaign, the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons was opened in September 2010, vastly improving the student’s access to new technology as a means of enhancing their education. In September 2011, a new fitness center and a new residence hall were dedicated, further enhancing the campus life. Seattle U prides itself on its commitment to social justice, community service, and sustainability.

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Location: Seattle, Wash. Nickname: Redhawks Joined WAC: 2012

Athletic: Seattle University’s entrance into the Western Athletic Conference coincides with the school’s completion of the reclassification process for NCAA Division I membership. Seattle U competed at the Division I level from 1950-80, advancing to 11 NCAA men’s basketball tournaments, including the title game of the 1958 tournament. Famous alumni include Elgin Baylor, Ed and John O’Brien, Eddie Miles, Tom Workman, Clint Richardson, Pat Lesser, Janet Hopps, Orrin Vincent, and Tom Gorman. The men’s soccer team won the 2004 NCAA Division II National Championship, while the swim program boasted two individual national champions in a three-year span. The 2011-12 academic year saw a postseason appearance by the women’s basketball team, three individual conference championships for the track and field program, another winning season for the women’s soccer program, and three individual tournament titles for a member of the women’s golf program. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field, Rowing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball

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WAC PLAY UP Academic: The University of Texas at Arlington sets the standard for educational excellence in the thriving Dallas-Fort Worth area and beyond. Through life-enhancing research, innovative teaching, and community service, UT Arlington Mavericks challenge convention and transform the world in which they live. Of UT Arlington’s 150,000 alumni, approximately 100,000 live in North Texas. Their presence helps the University create an annual economic impact of more than $1 billion in the region. UT Arlington’s pioneering researchers help solve today’s most complex problems and create viable products and services that strengthen the economy. Research activity continues to grow dramatically, vastly expanding our capacity to advance the human condition and make lasting imprints on the world. Recognized as teaching innovators, UT Arlington’s faculty members embrace new approaches and devise imaginative ways to increase the curriculum’s relevancy. These accomplished scholars foster an active learning environment so students can better understand the world around them and become thoughtful citizens of the global community. With new structures continually rising from the landscape, UT Arlington’s physical campus is undergoing a dramatic transformation. These ambitious projects represent literal signs of growth for a university steadily increasing in national prominence.

UT ARLINGTON

Location: Arlington, Texas Nickname: Mavericks Joined WAC: 2012

Athletic: UT Arlington has been known as an athletic program that excels on the field and in the classroom. UTA has won 55 conference championships since the start of the 1996-97 academic year including men’s basketball and baseball this past season. This past spring, 83 Mavericks were named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. The Mavericks men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams are now housed in the university’s $78 million College Park Center. The 7,000-seat arena opened in February of 2012. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis, Softball, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

UTSA

Location: San Antonio, Texas Nickname: Roadrunners Joined WAC: 2012

Academic: Founded in 1969 by the Texas Legislature to be a “university of the first class,” UTSA is an intellectual and creative resource center and socioeconomic development catalyst for Texas and beyond. With nearly 31,000 students enrolled in more than 135 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs in the Colleges of Architecture, Business, Education & Human Development, Engineering, Honors, Liberal & Fine Arts, Public Policy, Sciences and Graduate School, it is one of the largest of nine academic universities and six health institutions in the University of Texas System. One of the state’s fastest-growing public universities for much of the last decade, UTSA is a multicultural institution of access and excellence and it aims to be a national research university that provides access to educational excellence and prepares citizen leaders for the global environment. More than half of UTSA’s students come from groups underrepresented in higher education. Many students are the first in their families to attend a college or university. As the region’s largest generator of engineers, artists, business professionals, teachers, scientists and technology managers, UTSA has produced more than 90,000 graduates since awarding its first degree in 1974. UTSA has more than 1,400 tenured, tenure-track and non-tenure faculty, and 98 percent of full-time faculty hold doctorates or equivalent terminal degrees. UTSA has a total of 39 endowed academic positions, a measure of academic excellence. They include 14 distinguished chairs, eight chairs, six distinguished professorships, 12 professorships and one faculty fellowship. In addition to the educational advantages UTSA offers, its economic impact directly and indirectly generates more than $1.2 billion in annual business revenues and supports an estimated 15,700 jobs in the San Antonio metropolitan statistical area. Athletic: UTSA won a school-record five conference championships (men’s basketball, women’s golf, soccer, men’s indoor track and field and volleyball) during the 2010-11 season to earn the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cup and the men’s basketball team won its first-ever NCAA Tournament game with a first-round victory against Alabama State. The Roadrunners went on to win four Southland titles in their final year as a member institution in 2011-12. A school-record 130 student-athletes were named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll in 2010-11 and that was followed by 129 honorees this past academic year. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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Academic: Texas State University, which was founded in 1899 and opened its doors in 1903, is an Emerging Research University located in San Marcos, Texas, a growing community on the edge of the Texas Hill Country between Austin and San Antonio. Texas State’s 457-acre campus is located at the headwaters of the spring-fed San Marcos River. The university’s rolling hills, state of the art facilities, and stately oak and cypress trees create an impressive academic setting. Texas State’s main campus is the largest campus within the Texas State University System and the fifth largest in the state with 35,000 students choosing from 97 bachelor, 87 master and 12 doctoral degrees. While Texas State is rapidly emerging as one of the state’s leading institutions for research in a challenging and rewarding academic environment, the university also ranks second in the state with nearly 20 Piper Professors, the state’s most prestigious award for undergraduate teaching, and is one of the top producing universities of Fulbright Scholars. Texas State is the only university in the State of Texas to have a U.S. President among its graduates. Athletic: Texas State Athletics joins the Western Athletic Conference in 2012-13 when the Bobcats play their first season as a member of a NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conference. Texas State joins the WAC after winning six national championships (four NCAA Division II and two NAIA), 57 NCAA Division I conference championships and 26 conference tournaments. In 2011-12, Texas State had six teams or individuals competing in NCAA Championships and the Bobcats won their 10th conference Women’s All-Sports Trophy in the last 12 years. Texas State has prepared for this move with more than $70 million spent in upgrading its football stadium during that past three years. This season, Bobcat Stadium’s seating capacity has doubled to nearly 30,000 with the addition of a North Side Complex. The Bobcats enjoyed record-setting attendance in football, baseball and softball last and expect its football attendance records to be shattered with the increased seating capacity this season.

TEXAS STATE

Location: San Marcos, Texas Nickname: Bobcats Joined WAC: 2012

MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball Academic: Since its founding in 1888, Utah State University, located in Logan, Utah, has evolved from a small, agricultural college to one that is nationally and internationally recognized for its intellectual and technological leadership in land, water, space and life enhancement. As Utah’s land grant institution, the university has 850 faculty who provide education for more than 25,000 undergraduate and graduate students. With eight colleges, more than 200 majors and 130 research-related classes, Utah State counts seventeen Goldwater Scholars and a Rhodes Scholar among its graduates in the past eleven years. National Rankings: #1 highest-ranked public university in the West and #5 in the nation in “America’s Best College Buys” (Forbes, “America’s Best College Buys,” Aug. 2011); Ranked in top 2 percent of prestigious graduate schools of education in the U.S. for the past decade, Emma Eccles Jones College of Education (U.S. News and World Report, “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” 2011 edition); 2nd in the nation for research funding received for aerospace engineering (National Science Foundation’s 2008 fiscal year report, Aug. 2010); and #2 Best College Town in the West, Logan (AIER College Destination Index 2010-11, “75 Best College Towns,” Sept. 2010). Athletic: Utah State University won WAC Championships in men’s cross country, women’s soccer, and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field during the 2011-12 academic year. USU also finished second in the WAC in football, women’s basketball, and men’s indoor and outdoor track and field, while women’s cross country placed third. Utah State also had plenty of success in the classroom as well, as its studentathletes traditionally rank among the best in the Western Athletic Conference with an 84 percent graduation success rate and a cumulative 3.17 grade-point average. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 7 WACSports.com

UTAH STATE

Location: Logan, Utah Nickname: Aggies Joined WAC: 2005


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WAC HISTORY SINCE 1962

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 After completing its 50th year of intercollegiate competition, the 2011-12 season. The current membership began on July 1, 2012 when Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the WAC added Denver, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State to the nation’s best programs. One thing that remains unchanged is the replace withdrawing members, Fresno State, Hawai‘i and Nevada. New persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their programs members, CSU Bakersfield and Utah Valley, will join the conference on to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. July 1, 2013. 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. 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. Since 2000, a total of 43 football teams have been invited to bowl games, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a record-tying five. The conference has sent teams to BCS bowl games three times since 2006. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 29 seasons. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003. In women’s basketball, Louisiana Tech basketball has played in all but three NCAA postseason tournaments during its history.

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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 (1994-2012) and current interim commissioner Jeff Hurd (2012-present).

WAC CHAMPIONS Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – eight men’s and 11 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball. The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from 1964-66.

In 2001, the WAC partnered with ESPN for coverage of football and basketball giving the conference national exposure from one of the most respected broadcast entities in the country. The WAC also officially added WAC.tv in 2006 to give fans streaming internet access to many of its postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, softball and baseball.

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original six-team 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 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.

WAC Founding Fathers Kneeling L-R: New Mexico FR Guido Daub, WAC SID Don Smith, BYU FR Dean Milton Hartvigsen. Sitting L-R: Wyoming FR Dean H.T. Person, ASU AD Clyde Smith, Arizona FR Tom Hall. Standing L-R: ASU FR Al Thomas, Utah FR Dean L. David Hiner, Utah AD Bud Jack, Wyoming AD Red Jacoby, New Mexico AD Pete McDavid, WAC Commissioner Paul Brechler.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS NCAA TEAM TITLES

49 NCAA team titles have been won by the 10 members of the WAC

Women’s Basketball 1982 Louisiana Tech 1988 Louisiana Tech Boxing 1940 Idaho 1941 Idaho 1950 Idaho 1958 San Jose State 1959 San Jose State 1960 San Jose State Men’s Cross Country 1962 San Jose State 1963 San Jose State Football 1973 Louisiana Tech (II) 1981 Texas State (II) 1982 Texas State (II) Men’s Golf 1948 San Jose State 1983 Texas State (II) Women’s Golf 1987 San Jose State 1989 San Jose State 1992 San Jose State

Men’s Soccer 2004 Seattle U (II) Men’s Outdoor Track and Field 1969 San Jose State

PAST TEAM TITLES

35 NCAA team titles were won by former members of the WAC

Baseball 1965 Arizona State 1967 Arizona State 1969 Arizona State 1976 Arizona 1977 Arizona State 2003 Rice 2008 Fresno State Men’s Cross Country 1969 UTEP 1975 UTEP 1976 UTEP 1978 UTEP 1979 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP Women’s Cross Country 1997 Brigham Young

NCAA INDIVIDUAL TITLES 190 NCAA individual titles have been won by the 10 teams in the WAC Denver (87) Women’s Gymnastics (II).......................................... 3 Skiing............................................................................80 Men’s Swimming and Diving (I/II)......................... 3 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 1 Idaho (23) Boxing...........................................................................16 Skiing.............................................................................. 3 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 3 Women’s Outdoor Track and Field....................... 1 Louisiana Tech (1) Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 1 San Jose State (52) Boxing...........................................................................17 Men’s Fencing.............................................................. 1 Women’s Fencing....................................................... 1 Men’s Golf...................................................................... 2 Women’s Golf............................................................... 1 Men’s Swmming and Diving (II)............................. 2 Men’s Tennis................................................................. 1 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 3 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field............................24 Seattle U (2) Men’s Swmming and Diving (II)............................. 2 UT Arlington (17) Men’s Swimming and Diving (I/II).......................13 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 1 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field (I/II)..................... 3

Women’s Gymnastics 1983 Denver (II)

Football 1984 Brigham Young

Men’s Ice Hockey 1958 Denver 1960 Denver 1961 Denver 1968 Denver 1969 Denver 2004 Denver 2005 Denver

Men’s Golf 1981 Brigham Young 1998 UNLV

Texas State (2) Men’s Tennis (II)........................................................... 1 Women’s Outdoor Track and Field (II)................. 1

Women’s Gymnastics 1992 Utah

Utah State (6) Men’s Golf...................................................................... 1 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 2 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 3

Skiing 1954 Denver 1955 Denver 1956 Denver 1957 Denver 1961 Denver 1962 Denver 1963 Denver 1964 Denver 1965 Denver 1966 Denver 1967 Denver 1969 Denver 1970 Denver 1971 Denver 2000 Denver 2001 Denver 2002 Denver 2005 Denver 2008 Denver 2009 Denver 2010 Denver

Softball 1998 Fresno State Men’s Indoor Track and Field 1974 UTEP 1975 UTEP 1976 UTEP 1978 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP 1982 UTEP Men’s Outdoor Track and Field 1970 Brigham Young 1975 UTEP 1977 Arizona State 1978 UTEP 1979 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP 1982 UTEP

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WAC TIMELINE July 27, 1962 - The original charter for the Western Athletic Conference is signed by the presidents of the charter member universities. Paul Brechler is named the WAC’s first commissioner. November 10, 1962 - Arizona State wins the first WAC championship as it captures the cross country title. December 19, 1964 - Utah becomes the first school since the formation of the conference to participate in a bowl game as it defeats West Virginia, 32-6, in the Liberty Bowl. March 20, 1966 - Utah becomes the first school to reach the NCAA Final Four, and Brigham Young captures the championship of the National Invitation Tournament. September 20, 1967 - UTEP becomes the WAC’s seventh member.

June 14, 1994 - The WAC signs a multi-year football contract with ESPN and ABC. January, 1995 - For the first time, three WAC football teams finish the season ranked among the nation’s top 25 in both the USA Today/CNN Coaches’ Poll and the Associated Press Top 25. May 1, 1995 - The Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas is selected as the site of the 1997 and 1998 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. May 9, 1995 - The WAC signs a multi-year contract with ESPN for the telecast of 22 men’s and two women’s basketball games annually, the largest such contract in WAC history and the first national telecast of WAC women’s basketball. The WAC becomes the only conference in the country with an exclusive contract with ESPN for football and basketball.

September 26, 1968 - Colorado State becomes the WAC’s eighth member.

June 5, 1995 - The WAC Council of Presidents select Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium as the site for the 1996 and 1997 WAC Football Championship Game.

September 1, 1969 - Wiles Hallock replaces Paul Brechler as commissioner.

December 11, 1995 - The WAC’s first Web site is published.

July 1, 1971 - Stan Bates becomes the WAC’s third commissioner as he replaces Wiles Hallock.

February 19, 1996 - The MGM Grand Garden arena is selected as the site of the inaugural WAC Volleyball Tournament, to be contested November 26-30 in Las Vegas.

December 27, 1971 - The first Fiesta Bowl, originated to match the WAC champion against an at-large team, is played in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State defeats Florida State, 45-38. December 27, 1976 - The Presidents’ Council receives official notification of the intention of Arizona and Arizona State to seek affiliation with the then-Pacific-8 Conference. April 8, 1977 - San Diego State University is extended an invitation of membership effective July 1, 1978. May 2, 1977 - The University of Hawai`i is extended a membership invitation dependent upon the institution’s meeting of certain criteria set by the Council. June 30, 1978 - Arizona and Arizona State officially withdraw from the conference. September 29, 1978 - The University of Hawai`i is officially approved as a member effective July 1, 1979. December 22, 1978 - After a seven-year tie to the Fiesta Bowl, the WAC begins a new affiliation with the Holiday Bowl in San Diego.

February 26, 1996 - The WAC Council selects Pacific and Mountain as the names for the newly-created divisions to be instituted in 1996-97. July 1, 1996 - The WAC becomes the nation’s largest NCAA Division I-A conference with 16 members competing in 11 men’s and 10 women’s championship sports. November 26-30, 1996 - The WAC hosts its first ever volleyball tournament at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Brigham Young defeats Hawai`i, 3-2, in the championship match. December 7, 1996 - Brigham Young and Wyoming play in the inaugural WAC Football Championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. Brigham Young wins the game in overtime, 28-25, before a record-setting crowd of 41,238, the largest for a team sporting event in Nevada. January 1, 1997 - The WAC has its second team ever play in a New Year’s Day bowl. Brigham Young defeats Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl, 19-15, and sets the record for most wins by a Division I-A school with 14. June 23, 1997 - The WAC becomes a Bowl Alliance member beginning with the 1998 season.

August 29, 1979 - The United States Air Force Academy is accepted as a member effective July 1, 1980.

November 24, 1997 - Brigham Young wins the women’s NCAA national championship in cross country. It’s the first-ever women’s national title in WAC history.

May 1, 1980 - Dr. Joe Kearney is named the fourth commissioner in conference history as he replaces Stan Bates.

March 30, 1998 - The Utah Runnin’ Utes advance to the NCAA men’s basketball title game. Utah leads most of the game, but bows out in the final five minutes to Kentucky.

May 1, 1983 - The Presidents’ Council approves the concept for a WAC Basketball Tournament beginning in 1984.

May 25, 1998 - Fresno State’s softball team wins the national championship with a 1-0 victory over Arizona.

December 21, 1984 - Brigham Young University earns the conference’s first national football championship with a victory over Michigan in the Holiday Bowl to complete a 13-0 season.

May 27-30, 1998 - UNLV wins the men’s NCAA golf title. It’s the third national championship for a WAC team during the 1997-98 season.

July 16, 1987 - The WAC and KUTV of Salt Lake City agree to the conference’s first one-milliondollar package for the regional syndication of men’s basketball games.

November 28, 1998 - Hawai`i and Brigham Young meet in the WAC Volleyball Tournament final and the Wahine win, 15-12, 21-19, 13-15, 16-18, 24-22. The 89 points scored by Hawai`i sets a new NCAA record.

February 23, 1988 - The WAC and the Holiday Bowl reach an agreement for the conference champion to host the game through the 1992 season. May 9, 1990 - The WAC and ESPN agree to the conference’s first contract for the telecast of men’s basketball games by a national network. July 1, 1990 - The WAC merges with the High Country Athletic Conference to form a single conference for men’s and women’s athletics. December 1, 1991 - BYU’s Ty Detmer wins the Heisman Trophy, a first for a WAC athlete. June 12, 1991 - Fresno State is accepted as the WAC’s 10th member effective July 1, 1992. June 10, 1992 - The WAC selects the Delta Center in Salt Lake City as the site for its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Commissioner Kearney announces his retirement effective July 1, 1994.

June 7, 1999 - Selland Arena in Fresno is chosen as the site for the 2000 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is selected for the 2001 tournaments. June 8, 1999 - The WAC signs a two-year football and basketball television deal with Fox Sports Net. June 10, 1999 - The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to Nevada beginning July 1, 2000. June 30, 1999 - Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming officially withdraw from the conference. Oct. 17, 1999 - The WAC Council of Presidents invites Boise State and Louisiana Tech to join the league on July 1, 2001.

August 13, 1992 - The WAC is included in the Western Bowl Alliance, which guarantees at least one conference team an appearance in the Aloha and Copper Bowls for the next two years.

December 25, 1999 - The Hawai`i football team breaks the NCAA record with an eight and a half game improvement in wins from the previous year with a 23-17 victory over Oregon State in the Oahu Bowl.

April 20, 1994 - Karl Benson is appointed the fifth commissioner in league history, replacing Dr. Joe Kearney.

July 1, 2000 - The University of Nevada becomes an official member of the WAC and increases the membership to nine schools.

April 21, 1994 - The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa.

December 31, 2000 - Fresno State competes in the inaugural Silicon Valley Football Classic in San Jose.

June 6, 1994 - The University Arena in Albuquerque is chosen as the site of the 1995 and 1996 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.

March 29, 2001 - The University of Tulsa wins the men’s basketball NIT title with a 79-60 victory over Alabama.

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WAC TIMELINE FORMER WAC COMMISSIONERS

Paul Brechler 1962-69

Wiles Hallock 1969-71

Stan Bates 1971-80

Joe Kearney 1980-94

Karl Benson 1994-2012

June 5, 2001 - Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is chosen as the site for the 2002 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.

March 26, 2006 - The WAC sponsors its first WAC Women’s Gymnastics championship since 1993 in Logan, Utah.

June 20, 2001 - The WAC signs a three-year deal with ESPN for telecasts of football and basketball.

April 3, 2006 - Louisiana Tech men’s basketball player Paul Millsap becomes the first player in NCAA history to lead the nation in rebounding three years in a row.

July 1, 2001 - Boise State University and Louisiana Tech University become official members of the WAC, while TCU withdraws. This increases the membership to 10 schools.

January 1, 2007 - Boise State becomes the first WAC team to play in a BCS bowl game and beats Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, 43-42, in overtime.

January 17, 2002 - Tulsa is chosen as the host for the 2003 basketball tournaments.

February 16-17, 2007 - Boise State, Nevada, New Mexico State and Utah State win men’s basketball games to give the WAC a perfect 4-0 record in BracketBusters.

August 7, 2002 - The WAC initiates an innovative and creative two-year pilot project to create an academic alliance among its 10 member institutions. November 12, 2002 - Fresno State’s brand new Save Mart Center is chosen as the site for the 2004 WAC Basketball Tournament while Nevada is picked as host for the 2005 tournament. December 31, 2002 - Boise State and Fresno State both win their bowl games. The Broncos beat Iowa State 34-16 in the Humanitarian Bowl, while the Bulldogs defeat Georgia Tech, 30-21, in the Silicon Valley Football Classic. February 22, 2003 - The men’s basketball teams from Fresno State, Hawai`i, Louisiana Tech and Tulsa compete in ESPN’s inaugural Bracket Buster Saturday event. June 23, 2003 - Rice wins the NCAA title in baseball, the school’s first team title in any sport. Oct. 23, 2003 - The WAC Board of Directors extends invitations for membership to New Mexico State and Utah State, effective July 1, 2005.

April 28-29, 2007 - A total of 17 WAC football players are chosen in the NFL Draft, the most ever (per school) in the seven-round format. January 1, 2008 - Hawai`i becomes the second WAC team to play in a BCS bowl game in two years, taking on Georgia in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. June 25, 2008 - Fresno State wins the national championship in baseball. The Bulldogs beat Georgia in the best-of-three series, 6-1, in the deciding game. September 3, 2008 - The WAC announces a contract extension with ESPN that guarantees more than 300 regular-season and 45 championship events will be aired on the ESPN networks through the spring of 2017. December, 2008 - For the first time in its history, the WAC sends more than half of its football teams (five) to postseason bowl games.

June 4, 2004 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to the University of Idaho, effective July 1, 2005.

April-June, 2009 - The WAC announces neutral site locations for the 2009 Volleyball Tournament (Las Vegas), the 2010-12 Baseball Tournaments (Mesa, Ariz.) and the 2010-11 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments (Las Vegas).

Oct. 1, 2004 - The University of Nevada is selected as the host for the 2006 WAC Basketball Tournament.

January 4, 2010 - Boise State makes its second appearance in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and beats TCU, 17-10. The Broncos become the second team in FBS history to end a season 14-0.

November 2, 2004 - Sacramento State is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2006 season.

August 27, 2010 - The WAC and Learfield Sports announce the creation of the WAC Sports Network to enhance the coverage of football and basketball in the WAC’s media markets.

December 31, 2004 - Boise State’s 22-game winning streak comes to an end in the Liberty Bowl. The Broncos finish the season in the top 15 for the third consecutive year.

November 11, 2010 - The WAC Board of Directors extends invitations for membership to Denver, UTSA and Texas State, effective July 1, 2012.

April 7, 2005 - The WAC announces the addition of women’s gymnastics beginning in 2005-06. Also reinstates postseason tournaments for both softball and baseball for 2006.

November 28, 2010 - For the first time since 1997, the WAC has three football teams ranked in the AP top 25: Boise State, Nevada and Hawai‘i.

July 1, 2005 - Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State become official members of the WAC. Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdraw giving the WAC a total of nine members.

June 14, 2011 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to Seattle U, effective July 1, 2012.

July 27, 2005 - The WAC unveils its new marketing campaign, “Play Up.”

July 14, 2011 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to UT Arlington, effective July 1, 2012, increasing membership to 10 schools.

November 10, 2005 - Fresno State defeats Boise State, 27-7, in football, ending the Broncos’ WAC-record 31-game conference winning streak. November 11, 2005 - New Mexico State is named host for the 2007 and 2008 WAC basketball tournaments.

December 7, 2011 - Boise State is approved to return to the WAC in all sports except football effective July 1, 2013. March 9, 2012 - Jeff Hurd is named interim commissioner of the WAC.

November 19, 2005 - Fresno State leads top-ranked and two-time defending national champion USC, 42-41, midway through the fourth quarter, before dropping the game 50-42.

July 1, 2012 - Denver, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State become official members of the WAC. Fresno State, Hawai‘i and Nevada withdraw giving the WAC a total of 10 members.

November 24, 2005 - The WAC streams its first sporting event (the opening match of the volleyball tournament) via the internet using WAC.TV.

October 9, 2012 - The WAC Board of Directors extend invitations for membership to CSU Bakersfield and Utah Valley, effective July 1, 2013.

February 17-18, 2006 - The WAC goes 3-1 in BracketBusters as Nevada, Louisiana Tech and Utah State earn men’s basketball wins.

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WAC STAFF

JEFF HURD Interim Commissioner

Jeff Hurd was named interim commissioner of the WAC on March 9, 2012. He has been associated with the conference for more than half of its existence as he joined the WAC staff in 1985 as the Director of Conference Relations. Prior to taking the reins of the 50-year-old conference, Hurd also served as associate commissioner, then as senior associate commissioner where he oversaw communications, television operations and the basketball tournament. He was also responsible for team sport scheduling and was the administrator for football, men’s basketball and baseball.

Hurd is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and began his professional career as the Sports Editor of the Hannibal (Missouri) Courier-Post. He also worked for the Tulsa Tribune, was the Sports Information Director at the University of Tulsa and the Director of Public Relations for the Missouri Valley Conference prior to joining the WAC. A native of Minot, North Dakota, Hurd and his wife, Cheri, reside in Centennial, Colo., and are the parents of four children: Shannon, Michael, Kristen and Kevin.

Interim Commissioner Hurd presenting at the 2012 WAC Basketball Tournament

CONNIE HURLBUT

DAVE CHAFFIN

MOLLIE LEHMAN

Senior Associate Commissioner, SWA

Associate Commissioner for Communications and Technology

Associate Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer

Dave Chaffin joined the WAC staff in 1995 and was promoted to Associate Commissioner in 2010. His responsibilities include media relations, conference video exchange, replay and office IT tasks. He previously was the Athletic Media Relations Assistant Director at Colorado State University from 1992-95. Chaffin graduated from the University of Michigan in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications. He completed his course work for a master’s degree in Technical Journalism at Colorado State University. He and his wife, Michelle, are the parents of a son, Tyler (10), and a daughter, Jamie (7). They reside in Centennial.

Mollie Lehman came to the WAC in August, 2007 and handles the business operations for the conference. Lehman previously spent two years with the America East Conference, where she served as the business manager and assisted with sport administration and championships. Prior to that, Lehman was an assistant softball coach at Binghamton University and became involved with event management. She is a 2000 graduate from Binghamton and earned her MBA at the University of Colorado at Denver in 2007.

Connie Hurlbut joined the WAC staff in 2009 and serves as senior associate commissioner and senior woman administrator. She has been involved in collegiate and professional athletics for more than 25 years. From 1993-1999, Hurlbut served as Executive Director of the Patriot League, becoming the first woman to lead an allsport Division I athletic conference. While there, she held several NCAA committee positions including the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee and the Division I Management Council. She also served as the Senior Director of Basketball Operations for the WNBA from 1999-2002. A 1983 University of Pennsylvania graduate, Hurlbut and her husband, Steve, have two children, Jack and Maggie.

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WAC STAFF AMANDA BENZINE

VICKY EGGLESTON

HOPE SHULER

Director, Marketing

Director, Graphic Design and Publications

Director, Media Relations

Amanda Benzine joined the WAC in August, 2011, and oversees the budgeting, planning and administration of the Conference’s marketing, branding and merchandising programs. Benzine came to the WAC after serving as the Director of Marketing at Northern Illinois for two years where she created and implemented comprehensive marketing and ticket sales plans for football, basketball and other sports. Prior to Northern Illinois, Benzine spent several years in the marketing department at the University of Wisconsin where she also earned her bachelor’s degree in communications.

Vicky Eggleston came to the WAC in December, 2006, after working the previous two years in the Visual Communications department at R+L Carriers in Ohio. Previously, she spent several years in the Communications and Marketing Department at Ohio University where she also assisted in television production. Eggleston is a graduate of Ohio University where she earned her bachelor of science in communications and a master of arts in telecommunications. She and her husband, Bryan, are the parents of daughters, Kelsey (1), and Kylie (newborn). They live in Littleton, Colo.

Hope Shuler came to the WAC in September, 2008, and serves as the media relations contact for volleyball, women’s basketball and softball, and as the sport administrator for tennis. Before joining the WAC, Shuler served as the media relations director for The Summit League. She has also worked at the University of Arizona, the University of Utah and Elmhurst College. Shuler earned bachelor of arts degrees in journalism and sports administration from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 1998 and completed coursework towards a master’s degree in management at the University of Denver. She and her husband, Scott, live in Aurora with their daughter, Everly (2).

JASON ERICKSON

MATT PUCAK

KATHY SCHILD

Director, Media Relations

Assistant Director, Championships & Media Relations

Senior Executive Assistant

Jason Erickson joined the WAC staff in September, 2007, and handles media relations duties for the WAC in men’s basketball, baseball, gymnastics and cross country. Prior to the WAC, Erickson spent four years at Idaho State University and has also worked in television and in the newspaper business. He is a 2002 graduate of Southern Utah University and earned his master’s degree at Idaho State in 2006. He has a son, Nash (3).

Matt Pucak joined the WAC staff in the fall of 2011 as an intern and was promoted to Assistant Director of Championships and Media Relations in 2012. Pucak graduated from Colorado State University in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Technical Communications.

KAYE GARMS Supervisor, Women’s Basketball Officials Kaye Garms enters her 20th year as the Supervisor of Women’s Basketball Officials for the WAC. Garms graduated from Wayland Baptist University and played for a team which won three consecutive AAU National Women’s Basketball titles. She was a starter on the first United States women’s basketball team that competed in Russia in 1958. 13 WACSports.com

Kathy Schild joined the WAC staff in 1985, and serves as the Senior Executive Assistant to the Commissioner. Schild also serves as the office manager for the conference office. A native of Cortez, Colo, she and her husband, Jake, reside in Morrison, Colo. They have two sons, Mark and Matt.


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WAC SAAC 2012-13 WAC STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

IDAHO

DENVER

Maxx Forde Football

Kassie Krieg Softball

Chandler Spence Football

Stephanie Ziegler Volleyball

Mike Alejandro Golf

Krista Cullen Soccer

Garrett Anderson Baseball

Amanda Welsh Volleyball

Daniel Garcia Baseball

Eric Soza Football

Joey Simone Football

Kami Montgomery Soccer

UTAH STATE

TEXAS STATE Danessa Lyssy Track & Field

Chau Truong Tennis

UTSA

UT ARLINGTON

SEATTLE U Kelly Biette Volleyball

SAN JOSE STATE

Meaghan McCloskey Swimming & Diving

NEW MEXICO STATE

Drew Beckie Soccer

LOUISIANA TECH

Faimie Kingsley Volleyball

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Amelia Montoya Gymnastics

Tyler Wood Basketball


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WAC SAAC / WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS WAC SAAC – THE VOICE OF THE STUDENT ATHLETE How does the WAC generate feedback from its most valuable product, its student-athletes? Through the Western Athletic Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (also known as the WAC SAAC) which was established in 1998. Since its implementation, the WAC SAAC has been an essential component in the conference’s governance structure as well as a strong voice for student-athletes’ well-being at all levels (e.g., institutional, conference and national). It provides recommendations and positions on specific conference and NCAA proposed legislation, and it addresses national issues that may have an effect on the well-being of all student-athletes. In addition, its members provide recommendations for the eighteen WAC championships in order to enhance the student-athlete experience for all sports. Another objective which the committee constantly strives to obtain is to help strengthen and improve the communication and relationships among athletes, campus administrators and coaches. On the national stage, the WAC SAAC selects one of its committee members to serve as its representative on the NCAA SAAC, which includes all of the Division I conferences. The WAC SAAC is a proactive committee and is making a very positive impact within the WAC membership. Annually, each member institution appoints two student-athletes from its own campus SAAC to serve on the conference committee. To conduct business, the committee has one in-person meeting during the year and schedules monthly teleconference calls during the academic year. As part of the WAC SAAC Spring meeting, the committee conducts a community service outreach project within the host member institution’s local area. Past projects have included the following: sports camp and clinic for underprivileged children, visiting local Boys and Girls Clubs, visiting Children’s Hospitals and homeless shelters and neighborhood house painting. Taking a leadership role in conducting community projects is part of the WAC SAAC’s goals and objectives. If you have any questions relative to the WAC SAAC or its activities, please contact Matt Burgemeister or Mollie Lehman in the conference office.

TEAM SPORT SUMMARIES

2012-13 CALENDAR

Football League: Seven teams (Idaho, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, UTSA, Texas State and Utah State). Schedule: Single round-robin against every team for a total of six WAC games.

Cross Country-M&W October 27 Ruston, La. Host: Louisiana Tech

Women’s Soccer League: Nine teams (Denver, Idaho, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Seattle U, UTSA, Texas State and Utah State). Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of eight games. Tournament: Top six finishers meet in Logan, Utah. Volleyball Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 18 WAC matches. Tournament: Top eight teams meet in San Antonio, Texas. Men’s and Women’s Basketball Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 18 WAC games. Tournament: All 10 teams meet in Las Vegas, Nevada. WOMEN’S Tennis Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of nine matches. Tournament: Top eight finishers meet in Denver, Colo. MEN’S Tennis League: Seven teams (Denver, Idaho, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA and Utah State). Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of six matches. Tournament: Top six finishers meet in Denver, Colo. Softball League: Eight teams (Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA, Texas State and Utah State). Schedule: 21 WAC games played as three games at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: The top six finishers meet in Ruston, La. (double-elimination). Baseball League: 10 teams (Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Seattle U U, UT Arlington, UTSA, Texas State and affiliates Cal State Bakersfield, Dallas Baptist and Sacramento State). Schedule: 27 WAC games played as threegame series at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: Top eight finishers meet in Grand Prairie, Texas (double-elimination). 15 WACSports.com

Women’s Soccer November 1-2, 4 Logan, Utah Host: Utah State Women’s Volleyball November 19-21 San Antonio, Texas Host: UTSA Indoor Track and Field-M&W February 21-23 Albuquerque, N.M. Host: Albuquerque Convention Center Women’s Swimming and Diving February 27-March 2 San Antonio, Texas Host: Palo Alto College Basketball-M&W March 12-16 Las Vegas, Nevada Host: Orleans Arena Women’s Gymnastics March 23 Cedar City, Utah Host: Southern Utah Women’s Golf April 22-24 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Longbow Golf Course Tennis-M&W April 25-28 Denver, Colo. Host: Denver Men’s Golf April 29-May 1 Henderson, Nevada Host: Rio Secco Golf Course Softball May 8-11 Ruston, La. Host: Louisiana Tech Outdoor Track and Field-M&W May 8-11 Arlington, Texas Host: UT Arlington Baseball May 22-26 Grand Prairie, Texas Host: QuikTrip Park


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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NOTES

PRESEASON COACHES POLL

The 10 WAC coaches voted on their preseason poll and all-WAC teams. Coaches could not vote for their own team or players. Rank Team (First-Place Votes) 1. Utah State (7) 2. Louisiana Tech (3) 3. Denver 4. Seattle U 5. Idaho 6. Texas State 7. San Jose State 8. New Mexico State 9. UTSA 10. UT Arlington

Points 78 75 55 48 47 41 36 27 26 17

PRESEASON COACHES ALL-WAC

First Team Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Devyn Christensen, Utah State Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech Diamond Ford, Texas State Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

Second Team Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State Krissy Karr, Idaho Quincey Noonan, Denver Emiko Smith, Denver Ashley Ward, Seattle U

Preseason Player of the Year: Devyn Christensen, Utah State

PRESEASON MEDIA POLL

Media members who regularly cover the WAC also voted on their preseason poll and all-WAC teams. Rank Team (First-Place Votes) 1. Utah State (9) 2. Louisiana Tech (4) 3. Denver (1) 4. Seattle U (2) 5. Texas State (1) 6. Idaho 7. San Jose State 8. UTSA 9. New Mexico State (1) 10. UT Arlington

Points 165 145 135 111 105 91 70 59 56 53

PRESEASON MEDIA ALL-WAC

First Team Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Devyn Christensen, Utah State Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech Diamond Ford, Texas State Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

Second Team Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State Stefanie Gilbreath, New Mexico State Krissy Karr, Idaho Kelia Shelton, Louisiana Tech Emiko Smith, Denver

ORLEANS ARENA IN LAS VEGAS TO HOST 2013 WAC TOURNAMENT The 2013 WAC Basketball Tournament returns to the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas for the third year in a row. This year’s tournament includes all 10 teams and will be held Tuesday-Saturday, March 12-16. STAT LEADERS BACK The following are the returning statistical leaders in the WAC from the 201112 season. Two of the top 10 scorers are back in Utah State’s Devyn Christensen (15.1) and Idaho’s Alyssa Charlston (14.5), who ranked fifth and sixth, respectively, in the league a year ago. Charlston is also the only top rebounder returning this season, ranking fourth last season (8.8). Idaho’s Krissy Karr is the lone returner in assists, ranking third last year with 3.97 per game. Three of the top 10 steals leaders – San Jose State’s Ta’ Rea Cunnigan (T-5th, 2.0), and Utah State’s Christensen (7th, 1.87) and Jenna Johnson (T-8th, 1.57) – also return. Three of the top 10 blockers return, led by Idaho’s Ashley Walters, who last year ranked second in the WAC with 1.57 blocks per game. Also returning are Charlston (6th, 1.03) and Louisiana Tech’s Tavasha Anderson (9th, 0.83). In addition, several newcomers to the WAC ranked in the top 10 in various statistical categories in their respective conferences last year. Emiko Smith of Denver led the Sun Belt in assists (6.4) and ranked second in steals (2.3). Her teammate Quincey Noonan ranked fifth in steals (2.0) and 10th in assists (2.4). UTSA’s Kamra King ranked fourth in the Southland Conference in steals (1.9), while her teammate Whitney Wright ranked fourth in blocks (1.7). Texas State’s Diamond Ford led the Southland in scoring (18.5). Ashley Ezeh was sixth in rebounding (8.0) and ninth in scoring (14.5). RETURNING ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS Two of the first team All-WAC players from last year return for the 2012-13 season in Idaho’s Alyssa Charlston and Utah State’s Devyn Christensen. Other WAC honorees that return are Louisiana Tech’s Whitney Frazier, who was named to both the All-Defensive and All-Freshman Teams, and fellow All-Freshman honorees Ta’ Rea Cunnigan of San Jose State and Krissy Karr of Idaho. Diamond Ford of Texas State was named first team All-Southland, while Emiko Smith of Denver was named second team All-Sun Belt. Ashley Ezeh of Texas State was named third team All-Southland, while UTSA’s Judy Jones was an honorable mention honoree. LETTERWINNER/STARTER CAPSULE Eight of the 10 WAC schools – Denver, Idaho, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA, Texas State and Utah State – return at least three starters this season. Meanwhile, Louisiana Tech and San Jose State each return just one starter from a year ago. Team Denver Idaho Louisiana Tech New Mexico State San Jose State Seattle U UT Arlington UTSA Texas State Utah State

Preseason Player of the Year: Devyn Christensen, Utah State

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LR LL SR SL 9 2 3 2 6 4 3 2 6 6 1 4 6 5 4 3 1 10 1 4 8 5 3 2 11 3 4 1 11 3 3 2 8 6 4 1 7 7 3 2


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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NOTES KEY NON-CONFERENCE MATCHUPS WAC teams have several key non-conference matchups this season, including as many as 42 games against teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament or the Women’s National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) last season. The complete list is below. Games vs. NCAA Teams Nov. 11 – UT Arlington at Michigan State Nov. 12 – South Carolina at Louisiana Tech Nov. 14 – New Mexico State at UC Santa Barbara Nov. 20 – Utah State vs. Prairie View A&M *Nov. 24 – Sacred Heart at Seattle U Nov. 28 – UTEP at New Mexico State Dec. 1 – Texas State at UTEP Dec. 2 – UT Arlington at Fresno State Dec. 4 – Utah State at Brigham Young Dec. 4 – Louisiana Tech at Texas A&M Dec. 5 – New Mexico State at UTEP Dec. 8 – Utah State at Notre Dame Dec. 9 – Louisiana Tech vs. Rutgers Dec. 12 –McNeese State at Louisiana Tech Dec. 16 – Louisiana Tech at LSU Dec. 20 – Seattle U at Brigham Young Dec. 20 – Idaho at Gonzaga Jan. 30 – Louisiana Tech at UALR

2011-12 POSTSEASON AWARDS

First Team All-WAC Ashlee Brown, Utah State, F, 6-0, Sr. Alyssa Charlston, Idaho, F, 6-1, So. Devyn Christensen, Utah State, G, 5-6, Jr. Brittany Johnson, San Jose State, F, 5-10, Sr. Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State, G, 5-8, So. Second Team All-WAC Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech, G, 5-7, Sr. Shantale Bramble-Donaldson, Louisiana Tech, F, 6-1, Sr. Kamilah Jackson, Hawai‘i, F, 6-0, So. Rosie Moult, Fresno State, G/F, 6-0, Jr. Taylor Thompson, Fresno State, G, 5-5, So. All-Defensive Team Breanna Arbuckle, Hawai‘i, G, 6-0, Sr. Ashlee Brown, Utah State, F, 6-0, Sr. Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech, F, 6-0, Fr. Rosie Moult, Fresno State, G/F, 6-0, Jr. Taylor Thompson, Fresno State, G, 5-5, So. All-Freshman Team Alissa Campanero, Hawai‘i, G, 5-3 Ta’ Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State, G, 5-9 Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech, F, 6-0 Krissy Karr, Idaho, G, 5-6 Madison Parrish, Fresno State, G, 5-8

Games vs. WNIT Teams Nov. 9 – Louisiana Tech at Tulane Nov. 9 – Pacific at Seattle U Nov. 10 – Utah at Denver Nov. 11 – Idaho at Colorado Nov. 14 – Washington at Seattle U Nov. 16 – Oral Roberts at UT Arlington Nov. 18 – UTSA at Wichita State Nov. 19 – San Jose State at Eastern Illinois Nov. 20 – Central Arkansas at Louisiana Tech Nov. 21 – Memphis at UT Arlington *Nov. 24 – Drake at New Mexico State Nov. 25 – San Jose State at San Diego Nov. 27 – Utah State at Utah Nov. 28 – Texas State at Oklahoma State Nov. 29 – Northern Colorado at Denver Dec. 1 – Cal State Northridge at San Jose State Dec. 3 – Pacific at San Jose State Dec. 8 – UNLV at UTSA Dec. 11 – Colorado at Denver Dec. 14 – Oral Roberts at Louisiana Tech Dec. 16 – Idaho at Washington Dec. 20 – South Dakota at Utah State Dec. 21 – UMKC at New Mexico State Dec. 22 – Oklahoma State at UT Arlington

Player of the Year: Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Defensive Player of the Year: Ashlee Brown, Utah State Newcomer of the Year: Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Coach of the Year: Tim La Kose, San Jose State

PEBLEY NAMED REGION COACH OF THE YEAR Utah State head coach Reagan Pebley was named the 2012 RUSSELL ATHLETIC/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Region 7 Coach of the Year. Pebley was one of eight coaches nationwide that earned their respective region’s coach of the year award and were finalists for the 2012 RUSSELL ATHLETIC/WBCA Division I National Coach of the Year award. Pebley guided her Utah State Aggies to a school-record 21-10 record, marking the first time the program has surpassed the 20-win benchmark. The ninth-year head coach took her team to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) for the second consecutive year, following a semifinals appearance in the WAC Tournament.

*possible match-up in tournament

A LOOK BACK: 2011-12

USU’s BROWN, CHRISTENSEN NAMED ALL-REGION Utah State’s Ashlee Brown and Devyn Christensen were named to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-Region 7 Team.

FRESNO STATE FALLS TO GEORGETOWN IN NCAA TOURNAMENT After trailing by as many as 17 points, Fresno State cut it to three with 34 seconds left, but that was as close as the Bulldogs would get in a 61-56 loss to Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Ki-Ki Moore led Fresno State with 22 points and eight rebounds. Rosie Moult added 12 points and 10 boards for her third double-double of the season.

The WAC Defensive Player of the Year, a first team all-WAC selection and a member of the all-tournament team at the WAC Tournament, Brown averaged 15.1 points, 8.7 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game. She ranked 34th in the nation in assist-turnover ratio (1.82) and was named WAC Player of the Week five times on the season.

UTAH STATE FALLS AT UTAH IN WNIT FIRST ROUND Utah State saw its historic season come to an end in the first round of the WNIT with a 69-58 loss to Utah at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City. Ashlee Brown ended her USU career with 14 points, five rebounds and five assists, while Brooke Jackson added nine points and eight rebounds.

A first-team all-WAC pick, Christensen led all players in scoring (20.6) and three-pointers per game (2.9) in WAC play. She ranked sixth nationally in free throw percentage (89.6) and 22nd in three-point field goal percentage (38.9).

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NOTES 2013 NCAA TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE First and Second Rounds

March 23 & 25, 2013

Coors Event Center - Boulder, Colo. Host: Colorado Comcast Center - College Park, Md. Host: Maryland Reed Arena - College Station, Texas Host: Texas A&M St. John Arena - Columbus, Ohio Host: Ohio State Thompson-Boling Arena - Knoxville, Tenn. Host: Tennessee United Spirit Arena - Lubbock, Texas Host: Texas Tech McCarthey Athletic Center - Spokane, Wash. Host: Gonzaga Harry A. Gampel Pavilion - Storrs, Conn. Host: Connecticut

March 24 & 26, 2013

Pete Maravich Assembly Center - Baton Rouge, La. Host: Louisiana State Cameron Indoor Stadium - Durham, N.C. Host: Duke Carver-Hawkeye Arena - Iowa City, Iowa Host: Iowa KFC Yum! Center - Louisville, Ky. Host: Louisville Bob Carpenter Center - Newark, Del. Host: Delaware Carnesecca Arena - Queens, N.Y. Host: St. John’s Maples Pavilion - Palo Alto, Calif. Host: Stanford Ferrell Center - Waco, Texas Host: Baylor

Regionals

March 30 & April 1, 2013

Spokane Regional Veterans Memorial Arena - Spokane, Wash. Host: Washington State Trenton Regional Sun National Bank Center - Trenton, N.J. Hosts: Rider and MAAC

March 31 & April 2, 2013

Norfolk Regional Ted Constant Center - Norfolk, Va. Host: Old Dominion Oklahoma City Regional Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City, Okla. Host: Big 12 Conference

Women’s Final Four

April 7 & 9, 2013

New Orleans Arena - New Orleans, La. Host: Tulane

FRESNO STATE CLAIMS 2012 WAC TOURNAMENT Fresno State drained a WAC Tournament record 15 three-pointers en route to an 89-61 win over Louisiana Tech in the championship game of the WAC Tournament. The win marks the fourth WAC Tournament title for the Bulldogs and second in a row. Rosie Moult scored a game-high 23 points to lead Fresno State in the championship game. Ki-Ki Moore was named tournament MVP after averaging 17.7 points on 53 percent shooting, 4.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.3 steals over the three games. SEVEN WAC TOURNAMENT RECORDS FALL Seven different WAC Tournament records (two individual and five team) were either tied or broken at the 2012 WAC Tournament. The records are listed below. Individual Three-pointers made – game Three-pointers attempted – tournament Team Three-pointers made – game Three-pointers made – tournament Three-pointers attempted – game Three-pointers attempted – tournament Best free throw percentage – game

6 30 15 33 40 107 .941

Rosie Moult, Fresno St. (vs. LA Tech) Rosie Moult, Fresno State Fresno State vs. Louisiana Tech Fresno State (three games) Fresno State vs. Louisiana Tech Fresno State (three games) Utah State vs. Louisiana Tech

UTAH STATE BREAKS SCHOOL RECORD FOR WINS IN A SEASON When it defeated Hawai‘i on March 1, Utah State earned its 19th victory, breaking the school record for wins in a season. The previous record of 18 was set in 2010-11. The Aggies finished the season with 21 wins. BROWN SETS AGGIE SINGLE-SEASON FREE THROW RECORD Utah State senior Ashlee Brown became the Aggies’ single-season record holder for free throws made on March 3. She closed out the season with 166 free throws, passing Sharon Epps’ record of 148 from the 1982 season. SAN JOSE STATE’S JOHNSON SETS TWO SEASON RECORDS San Jose State senior Brittany Johnson became the Spartans’ single-season scoring leader with 603 points and single-season leader in free throws made with 158. She also ranked second in free throws attempted (224). SEVERAL PLAYERS IN WAC CAREER TOP 10 LISTS Several players broke into the top 10 in various WAC career statistical categories during the 2011-12 season. Louisiana Tech’s Jasmine Bendolph closed out her career ranked sixth all-time in assists (516). Rosie Moult of Fresno State tallied 252 three-pointers on her career, good for sixth place in WAC history. Finally, New Mexico State’s Tabytha Wampler finished her career with 889 rebounds, good for seventh place all-time. IDAHO’S CHARLSTON NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Idaho sophomore Alyssa Charlston was named to the Capital One Academic All-America® Team. The post player, who boasts a 4.00 grade-point average, was named to the third team. Of the 15 players to earn the honor, Charlston was one of just two sophomores, one of five with perfect GPAs and the only student-athlete from the WAC. Charlston is the fifth player in program history to earn the prestigious honor, and the first since 2001-02. SAN JOSE STATE HAS BEST SEASON IN MORE THAN FIVE YEARS With its win at Nevada on Jan. 28, San Jose State broke a 44-game conference road losing streak that dated back to Feb. 1, 2006. With six conference wins, the Spartans surpassed their single-season WAC win total from any of the last five seasons. SJSU’s 11 wins were the most the team has had since it won 13 games in 2005-06, and the six conference wins were also its highest total since the team won eight in 2005-06. SJSU ended the season with 1,933 points, the fourth-most points scored in a season in Spartan history, 550 more than in 2010-11 and the most since the 2000-01 season. The team increased its scoring average by 16.7 points – 44.7 last year to 64.4 this season. FRESNO STATE TIES WAC RECORD FOR THREE-POINTERS Fresno State made 18 three-pointers in its win at Nevada on Feb. 11, tying the WAC singlegame records both for all games and WAC games only. The Bulldogs previously set the records against Idaho on Jan. 10, 2011. MOULT TIES WAC RECORD FOR THREE-POINTERS IN A GAME Fresno State junior Rosie Moult drained nine three-pointers in her team’s win over Seattle U on Jan. 11, setting the Fresno State record and tying the WAC single-game record for long balls in a game. 18 2012-13 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide


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2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT BRACKET

First Round 1

Regionals

National Championship

National Semifinals

2013 NCAA Division I Women's BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Second Round

National Semifinals

Regionals

Second Round

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9

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6

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15

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10

7

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New Orleans April 7

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MIDWEST REGIONAL Norman, Oklahoma March 28 & 30

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EAST REGIONAL Hartford, Connecticut March 27 & 29

New Orleans April 9

NATIONAL CHAMPION

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MIDEAST REGIONAL Norfolk, Virginia March 28 & 30

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11

15

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7

14

11

March 23 and 25 first‐/second‐round sites: Boulder, Colo.; College Park, Md.; College Station, Texas;  Columbus, Ohio; Knoxville, Tenn.; Lubbock,Texas; Spokane, Wash. and Storrs, Conn. March 24 and  26 first‐/second‐round sites: Baton Rouge, La.; Durham, N.C.; Iowa City, Iowa; Louisville, Ky.; Newark, Del.; Queens, N.Y.; Stanford, Calif.  and Waco, Texas. March 30 and April 1 regional sites: Spokane, Wash. and Trenton, N.J. March 31 and April 2 regional sites: Norfolk, Va. and Oklahoma City, Okla.

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DENVER PIONEERS

QUICK FACTS

PIONEER BITS

Location:.................................................. Denver, Colo. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2012 Enrollment:..........................................................11,797 Founded:.................................................................. 1864 Nickname:.........................................................Pioneers Colors:..............................................Crimson and Gold Chancellor:...................................Robert D. Coombe Athletics Director:................. Peg Bradley-Doppes Athletic Department:..................... (303) 871-2275 Ticket Office:....................................... (303) 871-2336 Web Site:.......................www.DenverPioneers.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach.......................................Kerry Cremeans Basketball Office..............................(303) 871-3926 School’s All-Time Record.... 601-461 (.566), 39 yrs School’s All-Time WAC Record....0-0 (.000), 1st year 2011-12 Record.......................................19-12 (.613) 2011-12 SBC Record..................... 11-5 (2nd West) Arena...................................... Magness Arena (7,200) Arena Record......................108-48 (.692), 13 years NCAA Appearances..................................... 1 (2001) NCAA Record............................................................. 0-1 WNIT Appearances....................................... 1 (2011) WNIT Record.............................................................. 0-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 10/2 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................3/2

MAGNESS ARENA

n The University of Denver embarks on a season of firsts in 2012-13 as Head Coach Kerry Cremeans

became the Pioneers’ ninth head coach last summer and Denver will play its first season as part of the WAC.

n The

Pioneers finished 19-12 overall last season and 11-5 to finish second in the West Division in their final season in the Sun Belt Conference.

n Denver returns 10 letterwinners and three starters from last year’s squad, while welcoming three

newcomers.

n Denver

led the Sun Belt in three-point percentage (32.9) and assists (14.2). DU’s returners accounted for 93.2 percent of the team’s three-pointers and 84.1 percent of its assists.

n Emiko Smith will lead the Pioneers after a stellar junior season that saw her become the Pioneers’

all-time leader in assists. In her three seasons at DU, Smith has averaged 5.7 assists per game through 93 contests. Smith’s 6.5 assists per game last year were sixth-most in the NCAA.

n Quincey

Noonan is also expected to have a standout season after her sophomore year was plagued with injuries. The guard has averaged 7.7 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game in her career.

n After

a strong freshman campaign in which she finished second on the team in scoring (9.8 ppg), sophomore Morgan Van Riper-Rose will be looked to for even more offense this season.

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 10 Utah Nov. 13 Montana State Nov. 16 at Wyoming at UC Irvine Nov. 21 Nov. 29 Northern Colorado Dec. 2 at Oregon Dec. 5 at Minnesota Dec. 8 Air Force Colorado Dec. 11 Dec. 16 at Montana Dec. 20 at Colorado State Dec. 29 *Louisiana Tech Dec. 31 *UT Arlington Jan. 3 *at Texas State *at UTSA Jan. 5 Jan. 10 *Idaho Jan. 13 *Seattle U

Time 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Opponent Time Jan. 17 *at San Jose State 7 p.m. Jan. 19 *at Utah State 7 p.m. *New Mexico State 4 p.m. Jan. 26 Jan. 31 *UTSA 7 p.m. Feb. 2 *Texas State 1 p.m. Feb. 7 *at Seattle U 7 p.m. Feb. 9 *at Idaho 2 p.m. Feb. 14 *Utah State 7 p.m. Feb. 16 *San Jose State 4 p.m. March 2 *at New Mexico State 6:30 p.m. March 7 *at UT Arlington 7 p.m. March 9 *at Louisiana Tech 7 p.m. March 12-16 WAC Tournament TBD (Las Vegas, Nev.) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

PIONEER ADMINISTRATION

Robert D. Coombe Chancellor

Nancy Sampson Faculty Representative

Peg Bradley-Doppes Athletics Director

Pam Wettig Senior Associate AD/SWA

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DENVER COACHING STAFF

Kerry Cremeans Alma Mater: Florida, ‘94 Overall Record: 0-0 (.000), 1st year School Record: 0-0 (.000), 1st year WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), 1st year

HEAD COACH FILE n Kerry Cremeans was named head coach of the University of Denver

women’s basketball team in April of 2012. She is the ninth head coach in DU women’s basketball history since the program’s inception in 1974. n She served on the staff of former WNBA and Olympic head coach Nell

Fortner at both Auburn and Purdue. n In Cremeans’ eight seasons at Auburn, including the last two as the

program’s associate head coach, the Tigers posted a 145-106 record, won a Southeastern Conference regular-season title in 2009 and made two NCAA Tournament appearances. n In seven seasons at Purdue, she helped lead the Boilermakers to four

Big Ten Tournament titles (1998, 1999, 2000 and 2003) and three regular-season conference titles (1999, 2001 and 2002). n Purdue went 181-49 during Cremeans’ time as an assistant, including

an unprecedented 34-1 mark and an NCAA title in 1999. n Considered one of the top recruiters in country, she signed the No. 1

recruiting class in the nation in 2000 at Purdue. n As a player, Cremeans led the Florida Gators to consecutive NCAA

Tournament appearances, the first two in the school’s history, and ended her career as Florida’s all-time leader in three-point field goals made. n Cremeans staff includes Seth Kushkin, Ashley Langford and Abby

Waner. n Kushkin has served as an assistant coach at Auburn, Georgia Tech,

Ohio State and Purdue. n Langford had stints with both Bucknell as an assistant coach, and

Auburn as a graduate assistant.

ASSISTANT COACHES

n Waner spent the last four years as an analyst for both ESPN and The

Mountain Network. She also remained active in the sport by coaching the Colorado Hoopsters and coordinating the Abby Waner Girls Basketball Camp and Nike Skills Academy.

Seth Kushkin Wisconsin ‘92 1st Year 21 WACSports.com

Ashley Langford Tulane ‘09 1st Year

Abby Waner Duke ‘09 1st Year


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DENVER TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

QUINCEY NOONAN

MAIYA MICHEL

EMIKO SMITH

F, 5-11, Jr.

G, 5-9, Jr.

G, 5-5, Sr.

Started all 31 games for the Pioneers last year, averaging 4.6 points and 26.0 minutes per game ... finished seventh in the Sun Belt in defensive rebounds (4.6), 11th in rebounding (6.9) and 13th in offensive rebounds (2.3) ... tied a career-high with 10 points against Troy on Dec. 28 ... recorded career highs in rebounds (11), free throws made (5) and free throw percentage (.833) against Louisiana-Monroe on Feb. 18 ... dished out a career-high four assists against Minnesota on Dec. 14 and a nabbed a career-high three steals against Western Kentucky on Jan. 15... played in all 31 games as a freshman in 2010-11.

Started 16 games last year, playing sparingly after an injury midway through season ... averaged 9.6 points, 2.4 assists and 4.2 rebounds ... ranked fifth in the Sun Belt in steals (2.0), 10th in assists, 14th in blocked shots (0.7) and 23rd in scoring ... scored a career-high 18 points in the quarterfinals of the SBC Championships against Florida International on March 4 ... recorded career highs in rebounds (8) and minutes played (38) against Western Kentucky on Jan. 15 ... tallied a careerhigh seven assists against Colorado State on Nov. 23 ... started and played in 30 games as a freshman ... had a career-high five steals against Florida Atlantic on Feb. 9, 2011.

Named second team All-Sun Belt last year ... Denver’s all-time assists leader (533) ... finished the season ninth nationally in assists per game (6.4) ... led the Sun Belt in assists and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.5) ... scored a career-high 21 points against UALR on Dec. 31 ... tallied a career-high six steals at Hawai’i on Dec. 19 ... started all 31 games as a sophomore, when she led the team and ranked second in the SBC with 180 assists ... started all 31 games as a freshman, leading the SBC and ranking 46th nationally with 154 assists ... tied the DU record for assists in a game with 13 against Northern Colorado on Feb. 3, 2010.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 30-30 200/6.7 73 73 46 2011-12 16-16 154/9.6 67 39 32 Totals 46-46 354/7.7 140 112 78

Ast. Stl. 154 46 180 51 199 71 533 168

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 31-0 72/2.3 87 13 7 2011-12 31-31 142/4.6 214 30 22 Totals 62-31 214/3.5 301 43 29

2012-13 ROSTER

o. N 4 10 11 13 14 20 21 22 34 35 42 45

Name Pos. Quincey Noonan G Morgan Van Riper-Rose G Jordan Johnston G Emiko Smith G Kailey Edwards G Maiya Michel F Michaela Neuhaus G Paige Bradley G Theresa Wirth F Desiree Hunter F Alison Janecek F Brianna Tisch F

Ht. Yr. 5-9 Jr. 5-10 So. 5-10 So. 5-5 Sr. 5-9 Fr. 5-11 Jr. 5-7 Fr. 5-9 Fr. 6-0 So. 6-2 Jr. 6-1 Jr. 6-1 RS-So.

TEAM PROFILE

Exp. 2L 1L 1L 3L HS 2L HS HS 1L 2L 2L 1L

Hometown (Last School) Broomfield, Colo. (Legacy) Eden Prairie, Minn. (Eden Prairie) Waterloo, Iowa (Waterloo West) Los Angeles, Calif. (Windward School) Broomfield, Colo. (Legacy) Loma Linda, Calif. (Summit) Lone Tree, Colo. (Highlands Ranch) The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands) Mesa, Ariz. (Seton Catholic Prep) Cypress, Calif. (Magnolia) Omaha, Neb. (Millard West) Chaska, Minn. (Chaska)

DENVER CAMPUS

Top Returnees Jordan Johnston Maiya Michel Quincey Noonan Emiko Smith Morgan Van Riper-Rose

Pts. 6.2 4.6 9.6 8.2 9.8

Rebs. Asts. 3.0 1.3 6.9 1.0 4.2 2.4 3.5 6.4 2.2 1.5

Key Losses Kaetlyn Murdoch Morgan Shell

Pts. 16.5 6.0

Rebs. Asts. 6.3 1.5 4.0 0.8

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Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. 2009-10 31-31 148/4.8 94 2010-11 31-31 144/4.6 93 2011-12 31-31 255/8.2 109 Totals 93-93 547/5.9 296

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director/WBB Contact.....................Nicole Bostel Address .....................................2201 E. Asbury Ave. Denver, CO 80208 Office Number ................................(303) 871-4990 Bostel’s Cell Number ....................(954) 478-2090 Bostel’s E-Mail ................... nicole.dupes@du.edu Fax Number .....................................(303) 871-3890 Press Row ..........................................(303) 871-3922

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Denver Post: Office: (303) 954-1294

Mike Chambers

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DENVER 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 19-12

Home: 12-2

Road: 7-7

Neutral: 0-3

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg 0-0 .000 101-140 .721 55-140 195-6.3 85-1 48 66 49 35 513-16.5 Murdoch, Kaetlyn 31-31 1003-32.4 206-387 .532 Van Riper-Rose, Morg 31-16 952-30.7 108-288 .375 57-165 .345 32-43 .744 19-50 69-2.2 42-0 45 49 6 28 305-9.8 Noonan, Quincey 16-16 501-31.3 53-143 .371 15-42 .357 33-51 .647 14-53 67-4.2 30-0 39 43 11 32 154-9.6 Smith, Emiko 31-31 1116-36.0 76-212 .358 23-70 .329 80-109 .734 10-99 109-3.5 39-0 199 129 4 71 255-8.2 Johnston, Jordan 31-4 708-22.8 67-195 .344 30-98 .306 29-41 .707 21-71 92-3.0 50-0 39 48 4 18 193-6.2 27-26 601-22.3 56-166 .337 9-29 .310 42-56 .750 35-73 108-4.0 78-4 22 47 7 28 163-6.0 Shell, Morgan Michel, Maiya 31-31 806-26.0 59-127 .465 0-0 .000 24-51 .471 72-142 214-6.9 73-3 30 60 3 22 142-4.6 Powell, Chaunise 16-0 137-8.6 22-48 .458 0-3 .000 9-17 .529 12-12 24-1.5 11-0 10 10 1 7 53-3.3 0-0 .000 1-5 .200 13-28 41-2.6 20-0 1 12 3 0 39-2.4 Hunter, Desiree 16-0 118-7.4 19-34 .559 Janecek, Alison 21-0 131-6.2 14-34 .412 0-0 .000 4-5 .800 5-26 31-1.5 19-0 4 12 4 3 32-1.5 Wirth, Theresa 19-0 94-4.9 7-19 .368 0-0 .000 6-10 .600 10-9 19-1.0 6-0 4 8 1 0 20-1.1 Tisch, Brianna 10-0 33-3.3 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 3-3 6-0.6 3-0 0 3 0 2 6-0.6 TEAM 61-60 121-3.9 14 31 690-1661 .415 134-407 .329 361-531 .680 330-766 1096-35.4 456-8 441 501 93 246 1875-60.5 Denver Opponents 31 649-1708 .380 130-449 .290 364-516 .705 375-731 1106-35.7 521-0 319 512 105 238 1792-57.8 SBC Games: 11-5

Home: 6-2

Road: 5-3

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg 0-0 .000 36-46 .783 26-81 107-6.7 42-1 29 35 33 12 234-14.6 Murdoch, Kaetlyn 16-16 514-32.1 99-188 .527 Van Riper-Rose, Morg 16-14 543-33.9 75-180 .417 38-99 .384 15-22 .682 9-23 32-2.0 20-0 26 23 4 17 203-12.7 16-16 605-37.8 48-127 .378 11-31 .355 43-53 .811 4-51 55-3.4 19-0 108 65 3 42 150-9.4 Smith, Emiko Johnston, Jordan 16-4 437-27.3 45-121 .372 21-66 .318 13-21 .619 18-51 69-4.3 27-0 27 31 4 6 124-7.8 Noonan, Quincey 2-2 69-34.5 4-16 .250 1-4 .250 3-8 .375 2-12 14-7.0 4-0 5 3 1 4 12-6.0 Powell, Chaunise 6-0 73-12.2 12-23 .522 0-1 .000 6-11 .545 7-9 16-2.7 8-0 7 4 0 5 30-5.0 16-16 453-28.3 31-65 .477 0-0 .000 14-29 .483 36-79 115-7.2 39-1 16 34 2 16 76-4.8 Michel, Maiya Shell, Morgan 12-12 255-21.3 17-72 .236 2-14 .143 12-18 .667 11-36 47-3.9 33-1 10 20 5 14 48-4.0 Hunter, Desiree 15-0 118-7.9 19-34 .559 0-0 .000 1-5 .200 13-28 41-2.7 20-0 1 12 3 0 39-2.6 Janecek, Alison 9-0 61-6.8 9-18 .500 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 4-10 14-1.6 4-0 3 3 3 1 19-2.1 12-0 65-5.4 6-14 .429 0-0 .000 4-7 .571 8-6 14-1.2 2-0 3 5 0 0 16-1.3 Wirth, Theresa Tisch, Brianna 2-0 7-3.5 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1-0.5 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0.0 TEAM 29-28 57-3.6 8 Denver 16 365-859 .425 73-215 .340 148-221 .670 168-414 582-36.4 218-3 235 243 58 117 951-59.4 Opponents 16 309-880 .351 50-211 .237 167-232 .720 192-363 555-34.7 245-0 145 245 60 117 835-52.2

2011-12 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Nov. 11 Nov. 14

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Loyola Marymount (466)

W, 71-55

Jan. 28

*at UALR (4088)

W, 60-50

Wyoming (249)

W, 74-49

Feb. 1

*at Louisiana (239)

W, 76-39

Nov. 17

at Air Force (257)

W, 54-52

Feb. 4

*Middle Tennessee (181)

L, 63-75

Nov. 23

Colorado State (635)

W, 64-61

Feb. 8

*at Florida Atlantic (573)

L, 50-51

Nov. 26

at UTEP (1012)

L, 49-80

Feb. 11

*at Florida International (343)

L, 42-58

Nov. 30

at Northern Colorado (740)

W, 66-57

Feb. 15

*Louisiana (235)

W, 71-47

Dec. 2

at Vanderbilt (3456)

L, 56-77

Feb. 18

*Louisiana-Monroe (5327)

W, 57-53

Dec. 5

Montana (350)

W, 53-52

Feb. 26

*North Texas (660)

W, 55-36

Dec. 8

at Colorado (1965)

L, 36-71

March 4

&vs. Fla. International (3459)

L, 59-67

Dec. 11

Oregon (904)

W, 89-65

Dec. 14

Minnesota (379)

W, 72-63

! - Rainbow Wahine Shootout (Honolulu)

Dec. 18

!vs. UC Davis (1639)

L, 51-60

* - SBC Game

Dec. 19

!at Hawai‘i (1460)

L, 64-78

& - SBC Tournament (Hot Springs, Ark.)

Dec. 20

!vs. Portland State (1539)

L, 66-70

Dec. 28

*Troy (358)

W, 73-51

Dec. 31

*UALR (289)

L, 51-53

Jan. 4

*at Arkansas State (1019)

W, 58-49

Jan. 7

*at South Alabama (1902)

L, 51-57

Jan. 15

*Western Kentucky (338)

W, 69-62

Jan. 19

*at Louisiana-Monroe (1640)

W, 52-49

Jan. 21

*at North Texas (1279)

W, 50-44

Jan. 25

*Arkansas State (324)

W, 73-61

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RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference Post. 1974-75 2-12 — — 1975-76 7-14 — — 1976-77 19-6 4-1 Intermountain — 1977-78 19-12 7-3 Intermountain — 1978-79 18-12 7-5 Intermountain — 1979-80 23-10 9-3 Intermountain — 1980-81 12-16 6-4 Intermountain — 1981-82 14-12 1-6 Intermountain — 1982-83 15-7 4-2 Continental Divide — 1983-84 20-6 3-3 Continental Divide — 1984-85 20-7 8-6 Continental Divide — 1985-86 19-9 9-5 Continental Divide — 1986-87 12-16 6-8 Continental Divide — 1987-88 9-19 2-10 Continental Divide — 1988-89 17-12 7-7 Continental Divide — 1989-90 16-14 6-6 Continental Divide — 1990-91 16-12 10-2 Colorado Athletic — 1991-92 22-6 12-2 Colorado Athletic — 1992-93 24-4 14-0 Colorado Athletic — 1993-94 20-8 13-1 Colorado Athletic — 1994-95 15-14 8-4 Colorado Athletic — 1995-96 21-7 11-1 Colorado Athletic — 1996-97 11-15 7-6 Rocky Mountain — 1997-98 12-15 10-5 Rocky Mountain — 1998-99 12-15 — — 1999-00 16-11 10-6 Sun Belt — 2000-01 24-7 14-2 Sun Belt NCAA 2001-02 16-13 11-4 Sun Belt — 2002-03 12-18 6-9 Sun Belt — 2003-04 14-15 6-9 Sun Belt — 2004-05 6-22 4-11 Sun Belt — 2005-06 15-13 8-7 Sun Belt — 2006-07 20-11 12-6 Sun Belt — 2007-08 11-19 6-12 Sun Belt — 2008-09 16-15 10-8 Sun Belt — 2009-10 18-13 12-6 Sun Belt — 2010-11 19-12 11-5 Sun Belt WNIT 2011-12 19-12 11-5 Sun Belt —


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IDAHO VANDALS

QUICK FACTS

VANDAL BITS

Location:...............................................Moscow, Idaho Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2005 Enrollment:..........................................................12,302 Founded:.................................................................. 1889 Nickname:...........................................................Vandals Colors:..................................... Silver and Vandal Gold President:........................................... Dr. Duane Nellis Athletics Director:............................... Dr. Rob Spear Athletic Department:..................... (208) 885-0200 Ticket Office:....................................... (208) 885-6466 Web Site:................................... www.govandals.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach...............................................Jon Newlee Basketball Office.............................(208) 885-2862 School’s All-Time Record.... 518-528 (.495), 38 yrs School’s All-Time WAC Record.... 42-68 (.382), 7 yrs Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles............ 0 Number of WAC Tournament Titles................... 0 2011-12 Record...................................... 12-20 (.375) 2011-12 WAC Record.............................. 6-8 (T-4th)

n The

Vandals return three starters from last year’s team in first team All-WAC selection Alyssa Charlston, fifth-year senior Jessica Graham and WAC All-Freshman Team selection Krissy Karr.

n

Charlston led the team in points (14.5), rebounds (8.8) and field goal percentage (48.6), while Graham averaged 5.6 points and 4.4 rebounds, and Karr averaged 6.9 points, 4.0 assists and 3.5 rebounds last season.

n The Vandals also return Stacey Barr, Ashley Walters and Ana Overgaard, who combined to play

in 74 games last season.

n Rounding

out Idaho’s lineup are five newcomers, including four true freshmen – Christina Salvatore, Connie Ballestero, Ali Forde and Abi Quinnett. Janelle Weiss transferred from Chemeketa CC.

n Barr was Idaho’s second-leading scorer as a freshman with 10.3 points per game. n

Charlston became just the second player in program history to record 280 rebounds in a season, as she grabbed 283 in 2011-12. Yinka Olorunnife, the all-time leading rebounder in Idaho and WAC history, had seasons of 329 and 310.

n

The Vandals will play 12 home games in 2012-13, including home games against all nine WAC opponents, and non-conference showdowns with Portland, Montana and Eastern Washington.

Arena..................................Cowan Spectrum (5,000) Arena Record.........................62-51 (.549), 10 years NCAA Appearances......................................1 (1985) NCAA Record................................................ 0-1 (.000) WNIT Appearances.......................................1 (1986) WNIT Record...............................................3-0 (1.000) Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................... 6/4 Starters Returning/Lost...................................... 3/2

COWAN SPECTRUM

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 9 at Wyoming Nov. 11 at Colorado Nov. 16 Portland Montana Nov. 18 Eastern Washington Nov. 27 Nov. 29 @at Montana Nov. 30 @vs. Tennessee State at UC Irvine Dec. 5 Dec. 7 at UC Riverside at Washington Dec. 16 Dec. 20 at Gonzaga Dec. 29 *Seattle U Jan. 3 *San Jose State Jan. 5 *Utah State Jan. 10 *at Denver *at New Mexico State Jan. 12 Jan. 17 *Louisiana Tech Jan. 19 *UT Arlington

Time 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 24 *at Texas State Jan. 26 *at UTSA Jan. 31 *at Utah State *at San Jose State Feb. 2 *New Mexico State Feb. 7 Feb. 9 *Denver Feb. 14 *at UT Arlington *at Louisiana Tech Feb. 16 Feb. 28 *UTSA *Texas State March 2 March 9 *at Seattle U March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) @ - Lady Griz Classic (Missoula, Mont.) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

VANDAL ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Duane Nellis President

Mario Reyes Faculty Representative

Dr. Rob Spear Athletics Director

Debbie Buchanan SWA

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Nick Heidelberger SID

Time 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. TBD


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IDAHO COACHING STAFF

JON NEWLEE Alma Mater: San Diego State, ‘82 Overall Record: 179-184 (.493), 13 years School Record: 51-71 (.418), 4 years WAC Record: 31-31 (.500), 4 years

HEAD COACH FILE n Jon Newlee enters his fifth season at Idaho and holds a 51-71 overall record and a 31-31 mark in WAC play. n He has led Idaho to the WAC semifinals in two of the last three seasons. n Newlee was the 2008-09 WAC Coach of the Year. It was the third Coach of the Year honor for Newlee, who earned the nod twice in the Big Sky at the helm of Idaho State. n Newlee has a 3-4 overall record in the WAC Tournament. n He led Idaho to its first postseason appearance in 25 years when the Vandals got a bid to the 2011 WBI. n Newlee has 12 more wins (51) in his four years at Idaho than the team had in the four years before he arrived (39). n In his four years at Idaho, Newlee’s teams have finished equal to or higher than their predicted finish in the WAC preseason poll. The Vandals finished an average of two spots higher than where they were picked. Idaho finished fourth in 2011-12 after being picked seventh, and finished third in 2008-09 after being picked eighth. n At Idaho, Newlee has coached third team Academic All-American and first team All-WAC honoree Alyssa Charlston, honorable mention All-American Yinka Olorunnife and WAC Newcomer of the Year Derisa Taleni. COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall Conf. (Finish) 1986-87 Southwestern 2-14 — 1987-88 Southwestern 11-11 — 1988-89 Southwestern 22-6 9-1 (T-1st) 2002-03 Idaho State 6-20 2-12 (7th) 2003-04 Idaho State 20-9 11-3 (2nd) 2004-05 Idaho State 13-16 7-7 (5th) 2005-06 Idaho State 17-13 11-3 (1st) 2006-07 Idaho State 17-14 11-5 (1st) 2007-08 Idaho State 20-10 11-2 (2nd) 2008-09 Idaho 13-15 10-6 (T-3rd) 2009-10 Idaho 11-20 8-8 (T-4th) 2010-11 Idaho 15-16 7-9 (T-5th) 2011-12 Idaho 12-20 6-8 (T-4th) Overall Record 179-184 (.493)/13 years Idaho State Record 93-82 (.531)/6 years Idaho Record 51-71 (.418)/4 years 31-31 (.500)/4 years WAC Record

Postseason — — NJCAA — WNIT, 0-1 — WNIT, 0-1 NCAA, 0-1 WNIT, 0-1 — — WBI, 0-1 —

Jordan Green George Fox ‘01 2nd Year 25 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES

Christa Sanford Idaho State ‘04 5th Year

Kristi Zeller Toledo ‘09 2nd Year


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IDAHO TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Jessica Graham

Alyssa Charlston

KRISSY KARR

P, 6-1, Jr.

P, 6-0, Sr.

PG, 5-6, So.

Named first team All-WAC and a third team Academic All-American last season after averaging team bests of 14.5 points and 8.8 rebounds ... ranked fourth in the WAC in rebounding and field goal percentage, and sixth in both scoring and blocks ... had 11 double-doubles ... named WAC Player of the Week on Jan. 2 ... scored a career-high 30 points against Southern Miss on Dec. 30 ... played in all 31 games as a freshman, making six starts ... averaged 6.2 points and 3.8 rebounds ... scored in double figures nine times.

Averaged 5.6 points and 4.4 rebounds per game last year as a junior ... scored a season-high 10 points on three occasions ... had a season-high 11 rebounds against Corban on Nov. 12 ... played in 22 games as a sophomore in 2010-11, averaging 3.1 points and 1.9 rebounds per game ... played in 13 games as a freshman in 2009-10 before suffering a season-ending injury ... averaged 5.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per game ... had a career-high five blocks on Dec. 20, 2009 against Long Beach State ... scored a career-high 18 points on Dec. 11, 2009 against Portland ... grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds vs. Lamar on Nov. 28, 2009.

Named to the WAC All-Freshman Team last year after averaging 6.9 points, 4.0 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game in 2011-12 ... played in 29 games, starting 26 ... scored in double figures eight times on the season and had her first career double-double with 13 points and 10 assists on Feb. 4 at San Jose State ... scored a career-high 17 points against Nevada on Feb. 18, when she hit the game-tying and game-winning three-pointers in the final 15 seconds of overtime in Idaho’s one-point victory ... ranked fourth in the WAC in assists and sixth in assist-to-turnover ratio.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 31-6 193-6.2 117 27 24 2011-12 32-31 464-14.5 283 32 29 Totals 657-10.4 400 59 53

2012-13 ROSTER

No. 1 3 10 13 14 20 21 22 24 25 32 33 35 42

Name Christina Salvatore Krissy Karr Stacey Barr Ali Forde Maren Austgulen Addie Schivo Jessica Graham Janelle Weiss Natalie Lainhart Abi Quinnett Ana Overgaard Alyssa Charlston Connie Ballestero Ashley Walters

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2009-10 13-5 76-5.8 68 8 8 2010-11 22-0 69-3.1 42 5 8 2011-12 27-22 151-5.6 118 23 15 Totals 62-27 296-4.8 228 36 31

Pos. W PG G P P G P PG P P G P G P

Ht. Yr. 5-11 Fr. 5-6 So. 5-8 So. 6-2 Fr. 6-0 So. 5-6 Jr. 6-0 Sr. 5-5 Jr. 5-11 RS-Fr. 6-1 Fr. 5-11 Sr. 6-1 Jr. 5-9 Fr. 6-4 Jr.

TEAM PROFILE

Exp. HS 1L 1L HS HS RS 3L TR RS HS 2L 2L HS 2L

Hometown (Last School) Anaheim, Calif. (Canyon) Anaheim, Calif. (Orange Lutheran) Melbourne, Australia (Maribyrnong) Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville) Bergen, Norway (Pinewood Prep) San Francisco, Calif. (Foothill JC) Ripon, Calif. (Modesto Christian) Salem, Ore. (Chemeketa CC) Las Vegas, Nev. (Silverado) Moscow, Idaho (Moscow) Weiser, Idaho (Weiser) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake) Orange, Calif. (Villa Park) Wilsonville Ore. (Wilsonville)

IDAHO CAMPUS

Top Returnees Stacey Barr Alyssa Charlston Jessica Graham Krissy Karr

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 10.3 4.0 1.1 14.5 8.8 1.0 5.6 4.4 0.9 6.9 3.5 4.0

Key Losses Keri Arendse Ganeaya Rogers Adrie Shiels Taylor Weiks

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 8.9 5.2 2.2 8.0 2.7 2.3 3.8 3.2 0.7 3.7 1.1 0.4

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2011-12 29-26 200-6.9 102 115 32 Totals 29-26 200-6.9 102 115 32

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director ...................................................... Becky Paull Women’s Basketball Contact ....Nick Heidelberger Address .................................. P.O. Box 442302-1025 Moscow, ID 83844 Office Number .................................(208) 885-0211 Heidelberger’s Cell Number ......(208) 596-1198 Heidelberger’s E-Mail ....nheidelberger@uidaho.edu Fax Number ......................................(208) 885-0255 Press Row ...........................................(208) 885-0211

Media Outlets

Lewiston Tribune............................Dale Grummert Office: (800) 745-9411............. Fax: (208) 746-1185 Spokesman Review.............................. Josh Wright Office: (800) 344-6718............. Fax: (208) 764-7149 Daily News............................................. Devin Rokyta Office: (208) 882-5561............. Fax: (208) 883-8205 Coeur d’Alene Press.............................. Mark Nelke Office: (800) 597-3972............. Fax: (208) 664-0212 KHTR Radio (Flagship) Office: (509) 332-6551............. Fax: (509) 332-5151 KBCI-TV (Flagship) Office: (208) 336-2225............. Fax: (208) 472-2211

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IDAHO 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 12-20

Home: 6-9

Road: 3-8

Neutral: 3-3

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Charlston, Alyssa 32-31 980-30.6 172-354 .486 19-57 .333 101-151 .669 94-189 283-8.8 66-2 32 78 33 29 464-14.5 Barr, Stacey 31-4 574-18.5 107-298 .359 62-196 .316 43-72 .597 35-89 124-4.0 45-0 33 42 4 20 319-10.3 Arendse, Keri 32-32 1031-32.2 92-268 .343 39-129 .302 61-79 .772 43-123 166-5.2 54-0 70 89 4 45 284-8.9 Rogers, Ganeaya 31-30 878-28.3 92-231 .398 12-47 .255 52-80 .650 20-65 85-2.7 86-5 72 98 1 40 248-8.0 Karr, Krissy 29-26 959-33.1 66-188 .351 36-106 .340 32-44 .727 9-93 102-3.5 46-0 115 96 2 32 200-6.9 Graham, Jessica 27-22 585-21.7 59-138 .428 8-23 .348 25-42 .595 40-78 118-4.4 47-0 23 46 8 15 151-5.6 Shiels, Adrie 31-9 623-20.1 49-143 .343 1-14 .071 20-37 .541 26-73 99-3.2 58-1 20 44 26 13 119-3.8 Weiks, Tayler 30-1 371-12.4 35-100 .350 23-66 .348 19-28 .679 9-23 32-1.1 40-0 11 21 0 6 112-3.7 Walters, Ashley 30-5 389-13.0 27-66 .409 0-0 .000 22-31 .710 9-57 66-2.2 42-1 8 28 47 3 76-2.5 Overgaard, Ana 13-0 60-4.6 3-11 .273 0-1 .000 3-7 .429 2-15 17-1.3 10-0 0 10 1 1 9-0.7 TEAM 62-69 131-4.1 8 Idaho 32 702-1797 .391 200-639 .313 378-571 .662 349-874 1223-38.2 494-9 384 560 126 204 1982-61.9 Opponents 32 782-2063 .379 182-591 .308 421-595 .708 503-841 1344-42.0 541- 407 445 91 299 2167-67.7

WAC Games: 6-8

Home: 3-4

Road: 3-4

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Charlston, Alyssa 14-13 432-30.9 87-171 .509 8-28 .286 35-61 .574 41-100 141-10.1 28-0 12 30 17 7 217-15.5 14-14 461-32.9 49-129 .380 23-65 .354 24-35 .686 16-56 72-5.1 28-0 35 41 0 20 145-10.4 Arendse, Keri Barr, Stacey 13-1 216-16.6 44-116 .379 27-78 .346 11-20 .550 17-28 45-3.5 20-0 6 19 0 3 126-9.7 Karr, Krissy 14-13 481-34.4 31-85 .365 20-52 .385 15-20 .750 4-51 55-3.9 28-0 61 46 1 12 97-6.9 Rogers, Ganeaya 14-14 391-27.9 35-96 .365 5-22 .227 15-25 .600 4-27 31-2.2 45-3 35 37 1 16 90-6.4 Graham, Jessica 11-10 238-21.6 27-52 .519 3-7 .429 6-11 .545 15-30 45-4.1 23-0 10 23 4 2 63-5.7 Weiks, Tayler 13-0 191-14.7 20-51 .392 16-42 .381 8-12 .667 4-12 16-1.2 20-0 6 7 0 4 64-4.9 Shiels, Adrie 13-2 224-17.2 20-56 .357 0-0 .000 8-15 .533 9-25 34-2.6 17-0 8 19 13 4 48-3.7 Walters, Ashley 14-3 205-14.6 18-41 .439 0-0 .000 12-15 .800 5-29 34-2.4 21-0 6 16 25 2 48-3.4 Overgaard, Ana 5-0 11-2.2 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 2-3 .667 0-2 2-0.4 1-0 0 2 0 0 4-0.8 TEAM 24-29 53-3.8 2 Idaho 14 332-798 .416 102-294 .347 136-217 .627 139-389 528-37.7 231-3 179 242 61 70 902-64.4 Opponents 14 341-890 .383 75-231 .325 202-295 .685 211-368 579-41.4 228-0 160 190 36 129 959-68.5

2011-12 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Nov. 12 Corban (404)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result W, 67-63

W, 77-74

Feb. 4

*at San Jose State (3,245)

Nov. 14 at North Dakota (1,645)

L, 54-84

Feb. 9

*New Mexico State (323) W, 62-59 (OT)

Nov. 17 Gonzaga (817)

L, 42-91

Feb. 11 *Louisiana Tech (450)

Nov. 20 at Montana (2,578)

L, 57-64

Feb. 16 *at Fresno State (2,759)

Nov. 25 !vs. Pepperdine (6,678)

L, 48-57

Feb. 18 *at Nevada (810)

Nov. 26 !vs. Morehead State (6,663) Nov. 30 Washington (494)

L, 57-61 L, 68-76 W, 87-86 (OT)

W, 71-45

Feb. 25 *at Utah State (604)

L, 63-85

L, 49-66

March 1 *San Jose State (459)

W, 70-65

March 3 *Hawai‘i (497)

W, 69-50

Dec. 4

at Colorado (1,992)

L, 59-68

Dec. 8

Carroll College (386)

W, 63-40

March 7 %vs. No. 5 San Jose State (550) W, 67-63

L, 57-70

March 9 %vs. No. 1 Fresno State (897) L, 55-80

Dec. 15 UC Riverside (172) Dec. 18 Wyoming (186) Dec. 21 at Eastern Washington (478) Dec. 29 #vs. North Dakota (461)

W, 65-59 L, 61-76 W, 53-50

!New Mexico Tournament (Albuquerque, N.M.) #Lady Griz Holiday Classic (Missoula, Mont.)

Dec. 30 #Southern Mississippi (401)

L, 62-63

*WAC Game

Jan. 3

North Dakota (1,645)

L, 68-78

%WAC Tournament (Las Vegas)

Jan. 5

Seattle U (250)

L, 72-80

Jan. 12

*at Louisiana Tech (4,472)

L, 54-66

Jan. 14

*at New Mexico State (957)

L, 47-61

Jan. 21

*Fresno State (514)

L, 49-72

Jan. 23

*Nevada (207)

L, 70-76

Jan. 28

*Utah State (474)

L, 70-78

Feb. 2

*at Hawai‘i (1,507)

W, 69-61

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RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference Post. 1982-83 18-10 8-6 MWC — 1983-84 21-9 9-5 MWC — 1984-85 28-2 13-1 MWC NCAA 1985-86 26-5 11-3 MWC WNIT 1986-87 7-19 3-9 MWC — 1987-88 7-20 4-12 MWC — 1988-89 18-11 11-5 Big Sky — 1989-90 20-9 11-5 Big Sky — 1990-91 13-14 7-9 Big Sky — 1991-92 16-13 9-7 Big Sky — 7-7 Big Sky — 1992-93 12-15 1993-94 3-22 2-12 Big Sky — 3-11 Big Sky — 1994-95 5-21 1995-96 8-18 4-10 Big Sky — 1996-97 14-14 8-6 Big Sky (2nd-E) — 9-5 Big West (3rd-E) — 1997-98 15-15 1998-99 16-12 8-6 Big West (2nd-E) — 6-8 Big West (4th-E) — 1999-00 13-15 2000-01 7-21 4-10 Big West (7th) — 2001-02 11-17 5-11 Big West (6th) — 8-8 Big West (5th) — 2002-03 10-18 2003-04 22-7 3-5 Big West (2nd) — 2004-05 19-11 12-6 Big West (3rd) — 2005-06 10-19 5-11 WAC (T-7th) — 2006-07 6-22 3-13 WAC (9th) — 2007-08 4-25 3-13 WAC (8th) — 2008-09 13-15 10-6 WAC (T-3rd) — 2009-10 11-20 8-8 WAC (T-4th) — 2010-11 15-16 7-9 WAC (T-5th) WBI 2011-12 12-20 6-8 WAC (T-4th) —


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LOUISIANA TECH LADY TECHSTERS

QUICK FACTS

LADY TECHSTER BITS

Location:....................................................... Ruston, La. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2001 Enrollment:..........................................................11,500 Founded:.................................................................. 1894 Nickname:.............................................Lady Techsters Colors:........................................................Red and Blue President:........................................Dr. Daniel Reneau Athletics Director:....................Bruce Van De Velde Athletic Department:..................... (318) 257-4111 Ticket Office:....................................... (318) 257-3631 Web Site:...............................www.latechsports.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach........................... Teresa Weatherspoon Basketball Office..............................(318) 257-4111

n Louisiana Tech lost six letterwinners from last year’s team who accounted for 71 percent of its

scoring. Tech lost five of its top six scorers from last year’s team.

n LA Tech returns just one starter and six letterwinners from last year’s team which posted a 17-15

record and advanced to the championship game of the WAC Tournament.

n The Lady Techsters welcomes six newcomers to this year’s team, including two high school prep

stars, three junior college transfers and a Division I transfer.

n Louisiana Tech’s

non-conference schedule features 11 games, including five against SEC foes and a match-up in Madison Square Garden against Big East foe Rutgers.

n Louisiana Tech

has won eight WAC regular-season titles and five WAC Tournament titles in 11 seasons of affiliation with the league.

n Louisiana Tech

has participated in 27 NCAA Tournaments, advanced to 13 Final Fours, played in eight national championship games and won three national titles.

School’s All-Time Record....1017-227 (.818), 38 yrs School’s All-Time WAC Record....142-34 (.798), 11 yrs Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles............ 8 Number of WAC Tournament Titles.................... 5 Last WAC Tournament Title.............................2010

n Louisiana Tech is coached by legendary alum Teresa Weatherspoon, who led the Lady Techsters

2011-12 Record.......................................17-15 (.531) 2011-12 WAC Record...................................8-6 (3rd)

n Sophomore Whitney

to the 1988 NCAA National Championship title. Weatherspoon is also an Olympic gold medalist, a five-time WNBA all-star and a Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame inductee.

Frazier is the only returning starter from last year’s team. Frazier earned WAC All-Defensive and WAC All-Freshman team honors her rookie campaign.

Arena.................. Thomas Assembly Center (8,000) Arena Record.......................411-46 (.899), 30 years NCAA Appearances......27 (1981-2006, 2010, 11) NCAA Record............................................65-25 (.722) WNIT Appearances....................................... 1 (2009) WNIT Record.............................................................. 1-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................6/6 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................1/4

THOMAS ASSEMBLY CENTER

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 9 at Tulane Nov. 12 South Carolina Nov. 16 at Mississippi State Nov. 20 Central Arkansas Dec. 1 Ole Miss Dec. 4 at Texas A&M Dec. 9 &vs. Rutgers Dec. 12 McNeese State Dec. 14 Oral Roberts Dec. 16 at LSU Dec. 29 *at Denver Dec. 31 *at New Mexico State Jan. 5 *UT Arlington Jan. 10 *Texas State Jan. 12 *UTSA Jan. 17 *at Idaho Jan. 19 *at Seattle U Jan. 24 *San Jose State

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 26 *Utah State Jan. 30 at UALR Feb. 2 *at UT Arlington Feb. 7 *at UTSA Feb. 9 *at Texas State Feb. 14 *Seattle U Feb. 16 *Idaho Feb. 28 *at Utah State March 2 *at San Jose State March 7 *New Mexico State March 9 *Denver March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

& - Maggie Dixon Classic (New York City) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

LADY TECHSTER ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Daniel Reneau President

James Liberatos Faculty Representative

Bruce Van De Velde Athletics Director

Mary Kay Hungate Associate AD/SWA

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LOUISIANA TECH COACHING STAFF

TERESA WEATHERSPOON Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech, ‘08 Overall Record: 73-34 (.682)/4 years School Record: 73-34 (.682)/4 years WAC Record: 41-12 (.774)/4 years

HEAD COACH FILE n Teresa Weatherspoon enters her fifth year as the head coach at Louisiana Tech with an overall record of 73-34. n She has guided LA Tech to three WAC titles (2009 WAC Tournament, 2010 WAC regular season, 2011 WAC regular season) and three trips to the postseason, including the 2010 and 2011 NCAA Tournaments. n Weatherspoon was named the WBCA Maggie Dixon Rookie Coach of the Year following her first full season with the Lady Techsters in 2009-10. n She was a five-time All-Star during her eight-year WNBA career with the New York Liberty (eight years) and Los Angeles Sparks (one year). n Weatherspoon was a two-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year (1997, 1998). n She led LA Tech to the 1988 NCAA National Title as a senior while earning the Wade Trophy as the nation’s top player. n Weatherspoon led Team USA to the gold medal at the 1988 Olympics and the bronze medal at the 1992 Olympics. n She is a member of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame, the Louisiana Tech Athletics Hall of Fame and the New York Liberty Ring of Honor. COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall 2008-09 LA Tech 9-2 2009-10 LA Tech 23-9 2010-11 LA Tech 24-8 2011-12 LA Tech 17-15 Overall Record Louisiana Tech Record WAC Record

Conf. (Finish) 7-0 (T-1st) 11-5 (2nd) 15-1 (1st) 8-6 (3rd)

73-34 (.682)/4 years 73-34 (.682)/4 years 41-12 (.774)/4 years

Postseason WNIT, 1-1 NCAA, 0-1 NCAA, 0-1 —

David Caputo Montclair State ‘05 2nd Year 29 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES

Sara Carter South Alabama ‘04 5th Year

Courtney Simmons Louisville ‘08 1st Year


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LOUISIANA TECH TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Kelia SHELTON

WHITNEY FRAZIER

Jelena VUCINIC

F, 6-0, So.

G, 5-8, So.

G, 5-9, Jr.

Named to the WAC All-Freshman and All-Defensive teams ... named the Freshman of the Year in the state of Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA ... WAC Player of the Week for Dec. 26 ... saw action in 32 games, making 26 starts as a true freshman ... averaged 9.2 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game ... shot 42 percent from the field and 79 percent from the free throw line ... recorded 10 double-digit scoring games ... scored a career-high 25 points at Utah State on Feb. 9 ... scored all 25 points in the second half to become just the second LA Tech player to ever score 25 points or more in a half ... posted a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds on Feb. 2 vs. Nevada.

Sat out last season after transferring ... in 2010-11, played in all 30 games as a freshman at Clemson, earning seven starts ... averaged 4.9 points and 4.4 rebounds in 21.0 minutes per game ... ranked fourth on the team in rebounding ... grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds vs. South Carolina State on Nov. 28, 2010 ... finished with 10 points and nine rebounds against Furman on Nov. 23, 2010 ... scored 13 points against Georgia Tech on Jan. 9, 2011, including every point in a 10-0 second-half run ... scored a career-high 14 points against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament on March 3, 2011, while handing out four assists.

Earned Academic All-WAC honors last year as a sophomore ... saw action in 21 games, making two starts ... averaged 3.6 points, 0.9 rebounds and 0.5 assists per game ... shot 82 percent from the free throw line ... scored a career-high 21 points in a triple overtime win over Prairie View at the St. John’s Chartwell Holiday Classic while playing 51 of 55 minutes ... scored 13 points in a win over Tennessee Tech ... as a freshman in 2010-11, received the Lady Techster Award which goes to the player who best exemplifies the essence of what being a Lady Techster is all about ... saw action in 11 games, averaging 1.3 points, 0.4 rebounds and 0.4 steals per game.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2011-12 32-26 293-9.2 136 36 35 Totals 32-26 293-9.2 136 36 35

o. N 00 1 2 3 4 10 15 21 23 30 32 33 42

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11* 30-7 148-4.9 133 31 24 Totals 30-7 148-4.9 133 31 24 *stats from Clemson

2012-13 ROSTER

Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Exp. Courtney Hayes G 5-6 So. 1L Janay Borum G 5-2 Jr. TR Whitney Frazier F 6-0 So. 1L Jasmine Bryant F 6-2 Jr. TR Jelena Vucinic G 5-9 Jr. 2L Brittany Lewis F 6-2 Sr. TR Brittany Jefferson G 5-9 Jr. TR Kanedria Andrews G 5-9 So. 1L Lulu Perry G 5-6 Fr. HS Tavasha Anderson F 6-3 Jr. 2L Kelia Shelton G 5-8 So. RS Savanna Langston F 6-2 So. 1L Veanca Hall F 6-2 Fr. HS

TEAM PROFILE

Hometown (Last School) Las Vegas, Nev. (Centennial) Upper Marlboro, Md. (Palm Beach State) El Dorado, Ark. (El Dorado) Bossier, La. (Southern-Shreveport) Nelson, New Zealand (Waimea College) Orange Park, Fla. (Temple) Leggett, Texas (Angelina College) El Dorado, Ark. (El Dorado) Benton, La. (Benton) Grenada, Miss. (Grenada) Rock Hill, S.C. (Clemson) El Dorado, Ark. (Parkers Chapel) Monroe, La. (Richwood)

LOUISIANA TECH CAMPUS

Top Returnees Tavasha Anderson Whitney Frazier Courtney Hayes Jelena Vucinic Kanedria Andrews Savanna Langston

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 4.9 2.2 0.4 9.2 4.3 1.1 1.9 1.8 1.0 3.6 0.9 0.5 1.3 0.7 0.2 1.2 1.6 0.4

Key Losses Jasmine Bendolph Shantale Bramble-Donaldson Angie Felton Brittany Hardy Whitney Jones Kiara Young

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 10.6 3.8 5.7 11.1 8.1 0.9 7.1 2.4 1.5 4.3 2.0 0.6 9.2 4.0 1.2 6.9 4.4 2.2

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 11-0 14-1.3 4 1 4 2011-12 21-2 76-3.6 19 10 8 Totals 32-2 90-2.8 23 11 12

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Associate AD/Media Relations ...Malcolm Butler Address ..................................................P.O. Box 3166 Ruston, LA 71270 Office Number ................................ (318) 257-3145 Butler’s Cell Number .................... (318) 614-4513 Butler’s E-Mail .......................mbutler@latech.edu Fax Number ..................................... (318) 257-3757 Press Row .......................................... (318) 257-3144

Media Outlets

Associated Press-New Orleans.......Mary Foster Office: (800) 662-7717.............Fax: (504) 586-0531 Ruston Daily Leader................O.K. “Buddy” Davis Office: (318) 255-4353.............Fax: (318) 255-4006 Monroe News-Star.................................. Matt Vines Office: (318) 362-0267.............Fax: (318) 362-0279 Shreveport Times............................ Jimmy Watson Office: (800) 462-6437.............Fax: (318) 459-3301 The Tech Talk (Campus) Office: (318) 257-4946.............Fax: (318) 257-4558 KXKZ Radio (Flagship) Office: (318) 255-5000.............Fax: (318) 255-5084

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LOUISIANA TECH 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 17-15

Home: 7-6

Road: 6-5

Neutral: 4-4

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Bramble-Donaldson, S 32-31 807-25.2 142-281 .505 0-0 .000 71-108 .657 73-187 260-8.1 104-7 29 74 17 30 355-11.1 Bendolph, Jasmine 32-29 1117-34.9 128-321 .399 53-139 .381 29-42 .690 30-91 121-3.8 55-1 181 99 5 47 338-10.6 Jones, Whitney 32-30 867-27.1 106-300 .353 38-126 .302 45-76 .592 40-88 128-4.0 68-4 39 54 5 30 295-9.2 Frazier, Whitney 32-26 822-25.7 103-246 .419 2-6 .333 85-107 .794 67-69 136-4.3 87-3 36 63 11 35 293-9.2 Felton, Angie 31-15 733-23.6 81-198 .409 32-90 .356 25-33 .758 20-54 74-2.4 28-0 47 26 12 32 219-7.1 27-15 638-23.6 78-161 .484 3-15 .200 28-68 .412 35-85 120-4.4 70-1 60 61 7 22 187-6.9 Young, Kiara Anderson, Tavasha 29-2 331-11.4 57-124 .460 0-0 .000 28-49 .571 23-40 63-2.2 39-1 11 26 24 8 142-4.9 Hardy, Brittany 27-2 333-12.3 38-103 .369 14-55 .255 25-33 .758 13-40 53-2.0 55-1 16 29 2 3 115-4.3 21-2 241-11.5 23-80 .288 12-43 .279 18-22 .818 7-12 19-0.9 19-1 10 17 0 8 76-3.6 Vucinic, Jelena Hayes, Courtney 31-7 329-10.6 21-64 .328 0-6 .000 16-28 .571 8-47 55-1.8 35-0 32 58 1 18 58-1.9 Andrews, Kanedria 23-0 138-6.0 11-25 .440 4-8 .500 4-9 .444 4-11 15-0.7 12-0 4 11 2 4 30-1.3 Langston, Savanna 19-1 119-6.3 9-33 .273 2-8 .250 3-8 .375 6-24 30-1.6 9-0 7 6 3 2 23-1.2 TEAM 62-82 144-4.5 7 32 797-1936 .412 160-496 .323 377-583 .647 388-830 1218-38.1 581-19 472 531 89 239 2131-66.6 Louisiana Tech Opponents 32 762-1866 .408 133-456 .292 463-685 .676 406-863 1269-39.7 534-0 355 563 116 281 2120-66.2 WAC Games: 8-6

Home: 4-3

Road: 4-3

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Bramble-Donaldson, S 14-14 402-28.7 74-139 .532 0-0 .000 29-51 .569 38-93 131-9.4 44-3 10 35 6 9 177-12.6 Jones, Whitney 14-14 376-26.9 54-143 .378 19-54 .352 25-41 .610 20-34 54-3.9 32-3 18 23 3 18 152-10.9 14-13 413-29.5 54-129 .419 0-3 .000 38-45 .844 40-40 80-5.7 42-1 20 30 3 23 146-10.4 Frazier, Whitney Bendolph, Jasmine 14-12 463-33.1 47-138 .341 20-58 .345 7-12 .583 18-35 53-3.8 24-0 95 45 3 21 121-8.6 Felton, Angie 14-6 358-25.6 36-98 .367 10-43 .233 14-19 .737 13-34 47-3.4 13-0 29 12 6 16 96-6.9 Anderson, Tavasha 13-1 146-11.2 27-55 .491 0-0 .000 14-23 .609 9-16 25-1.9 13-0 8 9 10 5 68-5.2 10-8 192-19.2 19-47 .404 2-9 .222 5-11 .455 10-28 38-3.8 23-0 17 20 0 3 45-4.5 Young, Kiara Hardy, Brittany 11-0 118-10.7 10-38 .263 5-25 .200 8-13 .615 4-15 19-1.7 17-0 5 12 1 1 33-3.0 Langston, Savanna 9-0 61-6.8 8-20 .400 2-7 .286 2-6 .333 5-11 16-1.8 4-0 4 3 0 1 20-2.2 Vucinic, Jelena 10-0 80-8.0 7-31 .226 3-12 .250 5-6 .833 2-3 5-0.5 3-0 3 4 0 3 22-2.2 57-5.2 5-13 .385 4-7 .571 1-2 .500 1-5 6-0.5 3-0 2 5 1 1 15-1.4 Andrews, Kanedria 11-0 Hayes, Courtney 14-2 134-9.6 7-24 .292 0-5 .000 3-7 .429 2-20 22-1.6 18-0 9 26 0 7 17-1.2 TEAM 28-34 62-4.4 2 Louisiana Tech 14 348-875 .398 65-223 .291 151-236 .640 190-368 558-39.9 236-7 220 226 33 108 912-65.1 Opponents 14 317-783 .405 57-190 .300 186-276 .674 151-388 539-38.5 224-0 155 256 53 125 877-62.6

2011-12 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Nov. 11 Missouri State (1,788)

L, 65-78

Feb. 4

*Fresno State (7,034)

L, 59-61

Nov. 19 at Oral Roberts (1,215)

L, 71-92

Feb. 9

*at Utah State (948)

W, 82-76

Nov. 22 Arkansas-Little Rock (1,582) W, 64-48

Feb. 11

*at Idaho (450)

W, 61-57

Nov. 24 !vs. Seton Hall (1,922)

L, 69-72

Feb. 16

*San Jose State (4,071)

W, 73-68

Nov. 25 !vs. Old Dominion (1,282)

W, 84-71

Feb. 18

*Hawai‘i (3,997)

Nov. 26 !vs. Alabama (1,865)

L, 59-67

Feb. 25

*New Mexico State (4,158)

L, 49-61

Dec. 2

Tulane (2,469)

L, 52-61

March 1 *at Fresno State (7,689)

L, 62-65

Dec. 5

at Western Kentucky (814)

L, 54-69

March 3 *at Nevada (887)

L, 72-76

Dec. 7

at Houston (507)

W, 64-50

W, 79-53

March 7 %vs. No. 6 Hawai‘i (699)

W, 63-54

Dec. 11 Mississippi State (2,243)

W, 63-62

March 9 %vs. No. 2 Utah State (897)

W, 73-69

Dec. 13 at Arkansas State (938)

W, 69-59

March 10 %vs. No. 1 Fresno State (617) L, 61-89

Dec. 17 @vs. Memphis (533)

L, 67-86

Dec. 18 @vs. Prairie View (628) W, 89-83 (3OT)

!Paradise Jam (U.S. Virgin Islands)

Dec. 21 Tennessee Tech (2,479)

@St. John’s Holiday Classic (New York City)

Dec. 29 LSU (4,930)

W, 82-64 L, 55-66

Jan. 12

*Idaho (4,472)

W, 66-54

Jan. 14

*Utah State (4,099)

Jan. 19

*at Hawai‘i (1,288)

Jan. 21

*at San Jose State (1,437)

Jan. 28

*at New Mexico State (1,109) W, 69-42

Feb. 2

*Nevada (1,839)

*WAC Game %WAC Tournament (Las Vegas)

L, 62-79 L, 46-61 W, 70-64 W, 77-63

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Year Rec. Conference 1982-83 31-2 1983-84 30-3 1984-85 29-4 1985-86 27-5 1986-87 30-3 1987-88 32-2 9-0 Am South (1st) 1988-89 32-4 10-0 Am South (1st) 1989-90 32-1 10-0 Am South (1st 1990-91 18-12 9-3 Am South (2nd) 1991-92 20-10 12-4 Sun Belt (3rd) 1992-93 26-6 13-1 Sun Belt (1st) 1993-94 31-4 14-0 Sun Belt (1st) 1994-95 28-5 13-1 Sun Belt (1st) 1995-96 31-2 14-0 Sun Belt (1st) 1996-97 31-4 12-2 Sun Belt (1st) 1997-98 31-4 13-1 Sun Belt (1st) 1998-99 30-3 12-0 Sun Belt (1st) 1999-00 31-3 16-0 Sun Belt (1st) 2000-01 31-5 16-0 Sun Belt (1st) 2001-02 25-5 17-1 WAC (1st) 2002-03 31-3 18-0 WAC (1st) 2003-04 29-3 17-1 WAC (1st) 2004-05 20-10 14-4 WAC (1st) 2005-06 26-5 15-1 WAC (1st) 2006-07 17-13 12-4 WAC (T-1st) 2007-08 16-15 9-7 WAC (T-4th) 2008-09 21-13 12-4 WAC (T-1st) 2009-10 23-9 11-5 WAC (2nd) 2010-11 24-8 15-1 WAC (1st) 2011-12 17-15 8-6 WAC (3rd)

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NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES

QUICK FACTS

AGGIE BITS

Location:............................................. Las Cruces, N.M. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2005 Enrollment:..........................................................18,024 Founded:.................................................................. 1888 Nickname:............................................................ Aggies Colors:............................................Crimson and White Interim President:......................... Manuel Pacheco Athletics Director:.................. Dr. McKinley Boston Athletic Department:..................... (575) 646-4126 Ticket Office:....................................... (575) 646-1420 Web Site:...........................www.nmstatesports.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach................................................. Mark Trakh Basketball Office.............................. (575) 646-1570 School’s All-Time Record.....582-524 (.529), 39 yrs School’s All-Time WAC Record....45-65 (.409), 7 yrs Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles............ 0 Number of WAC Tournament Titles................... 0 2011-12 Record.......................................... 6-24 (.200) 2011-12 WAC Record.............................3-11 (T-7th) Arena.........................Pan American Center (12,482) Arena Record..................... 345-169 (.671), 38 years NCAA Appearances........................... 2 (1987, 1988) NCAA Record..................................................0-2 (.000) WNIT Appearances............................ 2 (1994, 2010) WNIT Record...................................................1-3 (.250) Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................6/5 Starters Returning/Lost........................................4/3

PAN AMERICAN CENTER

n New

Mexico State returns four players that started 15 or more games last season and also welcomes eight newcomers for the 2012-13 season.

n The Aggies lose the services of departed senior Tabytha Wampler, who became the 19th member

of the program’s 1,000-point club.

n During the 2011-12 season, NM State posted a 5-2 record when foes scored 55 points or less. n This year marks the 40th season of Aggie women’s basketball. n Last season, the Aggies were 3-3 in games decided by a single point. n Second-year NM State head coach Mark Trakh is the 10th head coach in NM State history and

has nearly 30 years of head coaching experience, including 17 at the NCAA Division I level at both USC and Pepperdine.

n Trakh coached his 500th career collegiate game last season against Hawai’i on Feb. 16. n The 2012-13 season marks the 25th anniversary of the Aggies’ last NCAA Tournament appear-

ance during the 1987-88 campaign.

n With 12 victories this season, the Aggies will reach the program’s 600-win mark all-time.

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 12 Loyola Marymount Nov. 14 at UC Santa Barbara Nov. 20 at New Mexico Nov. 23 !George Mason Nov. 24 !UC Irvine/Drake Nov. 28 UTEP (AggieVision) Dec. 1 at Southern Utah Dec. 5 at UTEP Dec. 18 New Mexico (AggieVision) Dec. 21 UMKC Dec. 29 *UT Arlington Dec. 31 *Louisiana Tech Jan. 3 *at UTSA Jan. 5 *at Texas State Jan. 10 *Seattle U (AggieVision) Jan. 12 *Idaho (AggieVision) Jan. 17 *at Utah State Jan. 19 *at San Jose State

Time 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 26 *at Denver Jan. 31 *Texas State (AggieVision) Feb. 2 *UTSA (AggieVision) Feb. 7 *at Idaho Feb. 9 *at Seattle U Feb. 14 *San Jose State Feb. 16 *Utah State (AggieVision) Feb. 23 CSU Bakersfield March 2 *Denver (AggieVision) March 7 *at Louisiana Tech March 9 *at UT Arlington March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

! - Hotel Encanto Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

AGGIE ADMINISTRATION

Manuel Pacheco Interim President

Dr. Jack Thomas Faculty Representative

Dr. McKinley Boston Athletics Director

Maria Roth Associate AD/SWA

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Time 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. TBD

Stephanie Taylor SID


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NEW MEXICO STATE STATE COACHING STAFF

Mark Trakh Alma Mater: Long Beach State, ‘81 Overall Record: 295-211 (.583), 17 years School Record: 6-24 (.200), 1 year WAC Record: 3-11 (.214), 1 year

HEAD COACH FILE n Second-year Aggie head coach Mark Trakh is the 10th head coach in school history and has nearly 30 years of head coaching experience, including 17 at the NCAA Division I level at NM State, USC and Pepperdine. n He coached his 500th collegiate game last season against Hawai’i on Feb. 16. n With five victories this season, Trakh will reach 300 collegiate career wins, which could come as early as Nov. 24. n He last served as the head coach at USC from 2004-09, where he compiled a 90-64 overall record and won 17 or more games each season. n In his first two seasons at USC, he guided the Women of Troy to their first NCAA appearances in seven years, as the team advanced to the second round in both 2005 and 2006. n Trakh had a highly successful 11-year tenure as head coach at Pepperdine from 1993-2004 with six consecutive 20-win seasons from 1997-2003 and four WCC titles. n He was twice named the WCC Coach of the Year in both 1999 and 2002, and ended his tenure with a 199-123 overall record. COACHING RECORDS Year School 1993-94 Pepperdine 1994-95 Pepperdine 1995-96 Pepperdine 1996-97 Pepperdine 1997-98 Pepperdine 1998-99 Pepperdine 1999-00 Pepperdine 2000-01 Pepperdine 2001-02 Pepperdine 2002-03 Pepperdine 2003-04 Pepperdine 2004-05 USC 2005-06 USC 2006-07 USC 2007-08 USC 2008-09 USC 2011-12 NM State

Overall 14-12 10-16 15-13 15-13 21-10 21-9 21-10 20-11 23-8 22-8 17-13 20-11 19-12 17-13 17-13 17-15 6-24

Overall Record Pepperdine Record USC Record New Mexico State Record WAC Record

Conf. (Finish) Postseason 6-8 (T-5th) — 4-10 (T-6th) — 7-7 (T-4th) — 6-8 (5th) — 10-4 (2nd) — 11-3 (T-1st) WNIT 0-1 12-2 (1st) NCAA 0-1 10-4 (T-3rd) WNIT 0-1 11-3 (1st) NCAA 0-1 12-2 (1st) NCAA 0-1 10-4 (T-2nd) WNIT 0-1 12-6 (T-2nd) NCAA 1-1 11-7 (T-4th) NCAA 1-1 10-8 (5th) — 10-8 (4th) — 9-9 (T-4th) — 3-11 (T-7th) —

295-211 (.583)/17 years 199-123 (.618)/11 years 90-64 (.584)/5 years 6-24 (.200)/1 year 3-11 (.214)/1 year

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Aarika Hughes USC ‘10 2nd Year

Stacey Nichols Oregon State ‘10 1st Year


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NEW MEXICO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Kelsie Rozendaal

Stefanie gilbreath

JAsmine Ruteledge

G, 6-1, RS-Sr.

F, 5-11, RS-Sr.

G, 6-0, Jr.

Comes to Las Cruces with one year of eligibility left ... reconnects with head coach Mark Trakh, who previously recruited her to USC ... persevered through three injury-riddled seasons at USC that included multiple ACL tears ... last season, played in all 30 games for USC, averaging 16 minutes per game ... averaged 3.9 points and 2.6 rebounds per game and led the team in free throw percentage (83 percent) ... grabbed a career-high seven rebounds at Pepperdine on Dec. 21, 2011 ... had a career-high 18 points vs. Arizona on Feb. 23, 2012.

Battled her way into the starting lineup last season, starting 15 of the final 16 games after starting just one game prior ... averaged 6.5 points and 3.6 rebounds per game ... ranked third on the team with a 77.8 free throw percentage and made 41.7 percent from long range ... scored in double figures nine times, including six double-digit efforts over final nine contests ... posted a career-high 20 points at Nevada on March 1, 2012 ... grabbed a career-high nine rebounds at San Jose State on Feb. 22, 2009, during her freshman campaign.

Started the first 14 games last season before seeing limited time the rest of the season while nursing a nagging knee injury ... team’s top returning rebounder and second-leading scorer after averaging 4.1 rebounds and 5.7 points per game last year ... scored in double figures six times as a sophomore, including a career-high 14 points twice ... grabbed a careerhigh 15 rebounds at Fresno State on Jan. 15, 2011 ... earned WAC All-Freshman team honors in 2010-11 after averaging 4.8 rebounds and 1.7 points per game.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11* 13-1 51-3.9 22 5 1 2011-12* 30-17 117-3.9 78 14 12 Totals 43-18 168-3.9 100 19 13

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2008-09 28-1 65-2.3 76 7 7 2009-10 30-0 49-1.6 58 5 7 2011-12 30-15 194-6.5 108 26 17 Totals 88-16 308-3.5 242 38 31

*stats from USC

2012-13 ROSTER

o. N 2 3 4 10 11 15 20 22 23 24 25 35 43

Name Pos. Malia Magazzeni F Alexis Nelson G Sasha Weber G Simone Ruedin G Danesia Williamson G Jasmine Rutledge G Stefanie Gilbreath G Kelsie Rozendaal F Abby Scott G Shay Young G Chrissy Fletcher F Camila Rosen G Elena Holguin G

Ht. Yr. Exp. 6-2 Sr. 3L 5-7 Fr. HS 6-0 Fr. HS 5-8 So. 1L 5-6 So. TR 6-0 Jr. 2L 6-1 RS-Sr. TR 5-11 RS-Sr. 3L 6-1 Fr. HS 6-0 Fr. HS 6-1 Sr. 3L 6-0 Sr. 3L 5-8 RS-Fr. RS

TEAM PROFILE

Hometown (Last School) Queen Creek, Ariz. (Highland) Aurora, Ill. (West Aurora) Lacey, Wash. (Timberline) Eltham, Victoria, Australia (Box Hill Secondary) San Diego, Calif. (San Diego) Manhattan Beach, Calif. (Mira Costa) Katy, Texas (USC) Weatherford, Texas (Weatherford) Madras, Ore. (Madras) San Diego, Calif. (Mount Miguel) Downers Grove, Ill. (Montini Catholic) Berkeley, Calif. (Berkeley) Las Cruces, N.M. (Mayfield)

NEW MEXICO STATE CAMPUS

Top Returnees Chrissy Fletcher Camila Rosen Kelsie Rozendaal Jasmine Rutledge

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 2.7 3.3 0.9 3.3 3.5 1.2 6.5 3.6 0.9 5.7 4.1 1.3

Key Losses Erica Sanchez Kaitlyn Soto Tabytha Wampler Dre Chenier Hannah Womack

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 6.0 3.5 0.4 9.0 3.0 1.9 13.3 9.0 1.6 4.9 1.8 1.0 5.7 1.6 0.9

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 31-20 54-1.7 150 23 28 2011-12 30-15 171-5.7 124 38 24 Totals 61-35 225-3.7 274 61 52

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Assistant AD/Media Relations.......Tyler Dunkel Women’s Basketball Contact....Stephanie Taylor Address .........................MSC 3145 P.O. Box 300001 Las Cruces, N.M. 88003 Office Number..................................(575) 646-3269 Taylor’s Cell Number......................(505) 804-4249 Taylor’s E-Mail..........................sataylor@nmsu.edu Fax Number ......................................(575) 646-2425 Press Row ...........................................(575) 646-3400

Media Outlets Las Cruces Sun-News.........................Jason Groves Office: (575) 541-5444............. Fax: (575) 541-5498 El Paso Times Office: (800) 351-1032............. Fax: (915) 546-6343 Las Cruces Bulletin....................................Jim Hilley Office: (575) 524-8061............. Fax: (575) 526-4621 Albuquerque Journal..................... Ken Sickenger Office: (800) 990-5765............. Fax: (505) 823-3998 The Roundup (Campus) Office: (575) 646-6397............. Fax: (575) 646-7905

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NEW MEXICO STATE 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 6-24

Home: 5-11

Road: 1-12

Neutral: 0-1

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Wampler, Tabytha 30-30 899-30.0 150-368 .408 20-79 .253 78-104 .750 72-197 269-9.0 95-4 47 118 8 18 398-13.3 20-20 627-31.4 60-177 .339 17-74 .230 42-64 .656 10-50 60-3.0 36-1 37 48 1 17 179-9.0 Soto, Kaitlyn Rozendaal, Kelsie 30-15 621-20.7 70-133 .526 5-12 .417 49-63 .778 54-54 108-3.6 25-0 26 30 2 17 194-6.5 Sanchez, Erica 28-15 552-19.7 62-170 .365 37-120 .308 6-6 1.000 36-61 97-3.5 31-0 10 35 10 9 167-6.0 Womack, Hannah 22-9 364-16.5 36-101 .356 21-63 .333 33-42 .786 3-33 36-1.6 43-1 19 57 0 6 126-5.7 Rutledge, Jasmine 30-15 689-23.0 60-179 .335 0-2 .000 51-87 .586 44-80 124-4.1 47-2 38 50 10 24 171-5.7 21-0 259-12.3 33-96 .344 11-39 .282 26-27 .963 11-26 37-1.8 25-0 20 30 3 18 103-4.9 Chenier, Dré Rosen, Camila 30-22 687-22.9 45-116 .388 5-21 .238 4-7 .571 30-74 104-3.5 47-2 37 62 18 32 99-3.3 23-11.5 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2-1 3-1.5 3-0 0 3 0 2 6-3.0 Wharry, Keyora 2-0 0-0 .000 21-32 .656 37-61 98-3.3 74-2 28 45 8 9 81-2.7 Fletcher, Chrissy 30-15 553-18.4 30-92 .326 Ruedin, Simone 28-9 497-17.8 25-84 .298 4-14 .286 11-25 .440 10-30 40-1.4 29-0 35 69 2 14 65-2.3 Melville, Paige 16-0 108-6.8 4-26 .154 0-11 .000 6-8 .750 5-7 12-0.8 17-1 12 13 1 7 14-0.9 Magazzeni, Malia 23-0 170-7.4 5-17 .294 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 7-24 31-1.3 23-1 3 12 5 3 10-0.4 1-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0.0 Medina, Maricel 1-0 51-40 91-3.0 26 TEAM New Mexico State 30 583-1563 .373 120-435 .276 327-469 .697 372-738 1110-37.0 495-14 312 598 68 176 1613-53.8 30 704-1720 .409 146-496 .294 344-490 .702 361-688 1049-35.0 448-0 362 429 91 259 1898-63.3 Opponents WAC Games: 3-11

Home: 3-4

Road: 0-7

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Player Wampler, Tabytha 14-14 433-30.9 73-170 .429 9-44 .205 24-32 .750 34-88 122-8.7 39-0 28 56 4 8 179-12.8 Soto, Kaitlyn 5-5 168-33.6 19-54 .352 5-22 .227 14-19 .737 4-12 16-3.2 8-0 12 15 1 4 57-11.4 Rozendaal, Kelsie 14-13 372-26.6 43-81 .531 3-9 .333 23-32 .719 25-32 57-4.1 15-0 14 17 2 10 112-8.0 Sanchez, Erica 14-13 357-25.5 39-111 .351 23-80 .288 0-0 .000 26-38 64-4.6 22-0 5 20 9 8 101-7.2 Chenier, Dré 12-0 180-15.0 24-69 .348 8-27 .296 22-23 .957 8-17 25-2.1 22-0 15 21 3 13 78-6.5 Rutledge, Jasmine 14-1 256-18.3 25-74 .338 0-1 .000 13-30 .433 16-25 41-2.9 21-1 18 19 5 12 63-4.5 Rosen, Camila 14-14 401-28.6 22-64 .344 3-15 .200 4-7 .571 20-42 62-4.4 22-1 29 37 9 11 51-3.6 Womack, Hannah 8-1 88-11.0 10-28 .357 5-17 .294 3-5 .600 2-6 8-1.0 10-0 7 16 0 2 28-3.5 Fletcher, Chrissy 14-1 210-15.0 15-40 .375 0-0 .000 8-12 .667 17-20 37-2.6 36-0 8 20 2 5 38-2.7 Ruedin, Simone 13-8 259-19.9 13-44 .295 2-8 .250 3-11 .273 6-14 20-1.5 12-0 17 36 0 8 31-2.4 Melville, Paige 7-0 44-6.3 2-15 .133 0-8 .000 5-6 .833 3-4 7-1.0 6-0 7 6 1 2 9-1.3 Magazzeni, Malia 10-0 56-5.6 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-8 11-1.1 8-0 1 5 1 0 6-0.6 Medina, Maricel 1-0 1-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0.0 TEAM 24-20 44-3.1 10 New Mexico State 14 288-756 .381 58-231 .251 119-177 .672 188-326 514-36.7 221-2 161 278 37 83 753-53.8 Opponents 14 323-784 .412 77-229 .336 157-228 .689 169-313 482-34.4 178-0 178 207 37 128 880-62.9

Date Nov. 11 Nov. 14 Nov. 16 Nov. 21 Nov. 26 Nov. 27 Nov. 29 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 30 Jan. 1 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 2

2011-12 RESULTS Opponent (Attendance) Result at Houston (513) W, 63-62 Idaho State (1,114) L, 42-59 UTEP (1,178) L, 72-76 (OT) Arizona (1,294) L, 67-84 !North Dakota (833) L, 46-63 !Southern Utah (622) L, 57-58 at UTEP (2,397) L, 27-63 at New Mexico (7,551) L, 53-54 at Boise State (491) L, 57-72 UC Santa Barbara (2,117) W, 52-51 at Utah (660) L, 37-74 New Mexico (1,251) L, 58-59 Shaw (811) W, 61-53 at UMKC (325) L, 57-68 Boise State (1,107) L, 53-56 *Utah State (3,264) L, 56-74 *Idaho (957) W, 61-47 *at San Jose State (1,186) L, 62-67 *at Hawai‘i (1,452) L, 48-51 *Louisiana Tech (1,109) L, 42-69 *Fresno State (1,039) L, 54-79

Date Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 1 March 3 March 7

Opponent (Attendance) Result *Nevada (983) W, 70-50 *at Idaho (323) L, 59-62 (OT) *at Utah State (822) L, 45-57 *Hawai‘i (1,177) L, 51-58 *San Jose State (3,340) W, 56-55 *at Louisiana Tech (4,158) L, 50-64 *at Nevada (358) L, 56-68 *at Fresno State (2,990) L, 43-79 %vs. No. 1 Fresno State (550) L, 58-66

!Aggie Thanksgiving Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) *WAC Game %WAC Tournament (Las Vegas)

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RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference Post. 1982-83 11-15 1-9 — 1983-84 10-18 2-8 — 1984-85 15-13 8-4 — 1985-86 20-8 9-3 — 1986-87 23-7 10-2 NCAA 1987-88 26-3 10-0 NCAA 1988-89 19-10 8-2 — 1989-90 19-9 8-2 — 1990-91 14-17 8-2 — 1991-92 16-15 9-9 — 1992-93 17-11 11-7 — 1993-94 24-8 14-4 WNIT 1994-95 20-9 14-4 — 1995-96 20-10 14-4 — 1996-97 11-16 8-6 — 1997-98 7-19 2-12 — 1998-99 7-19 4-10 — 1999-00 10-16 5-9 — 2000-01 10-18 6-10 — 2001-02 13-16 6-9 — 2002-03 16-12 10-5 — 2003-04 13-16 6-9 — 2004-05 9-19 4-11 — 2005-06 10-20 5-11 WAC (T-7th) — 2006-07 13-18 6-10 WAC (7th) — 2007-08 23-9 11-5 WAC (3rd) — 2008-09 9-22 5-11 WAC (7th) — 2009-10 18-14 8-8 WAC (T-4th) WNIT 2010-11 14-18 7-9 WAC (T-5th) — 2011-12 6-24 3-11 WAC (T-7th) —


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SAN JOSE STATE SPARTANS

QUICK FACTS

SPARTAN BITS

Location:................................................San Jose, Calif. Joined WAC:.............................................. July 1, 1996 Enrollment:......................................................... 26,796 Founded:..................................................................1857 Nickname:........................................................Spartans Colors:........................................Gold, White and Blue President:...............................Mohammad Qayoumi Athletics Director:..........................Gene Bleymaier Athletic Department:.....................(408) 924-1200 Ticket Office:.......................................(408) 924-7589 Web Site:.............................. www.sjsuspartans.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach...............................................Tim La Kose Basketball Office..............................(408) 924-1241 School’s All-Time Record....610-680 (.473), 38 yrs School’s All-Time WAC Record.....74-193 (.277), 16 yrs Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles............ 0 Number of WAC Tournament Titles................... 0 2011-12 Record.......................................11-19 (.367) 2011-12 WAC Record...............................6-8 (T-4th) Arena...................................The Event Center (5,000) Arena Record.....................109-101 (.519), 23 years NCAA Appearances.................................................... 0 NCAA Record............................................................N/A WNIT Appearances..................................................... 0 WNIT Record.............................................................N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................... 1/10 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................1/4

THE EVENT CENTER

Mohammad Qayoumi President

n Last

year, the Spartans increased their scoring average by 16.7 points per game, the highest single-season increase in program history.

n The Spartans return just one player from last year’s team that went 11-19 overall and 6-8 in the

WAC.

n Head coach Tim La Kose was named the 2011-12 WAC Coach of the Year in his first year in the

league after leading the Spartans to the nation’s 14th-best win/loss turnaround going from two to 11 wins.

n Ta’Rea

Cunnigan was named to the 2011-12 WAC All-Freshman Team. She led all conference freshmen in scoring and finished seventh on the program’s single-season free throws made list.

n The 2011-12 team made a school record 435 free throws and took the program’s second-most

attempts (657).

n San

Jose State ended a 44-game, six-year conference road losing streak with its 86-79 win at Nevada on Jan. 28.

n The team’s six conference wins last season were the most since 2005-06 when the Spartans won

eight WAC games.

n Last

season, Brittany Johnson was the leading scorer in the WAC and ranked 16th nationally with 20.1 points per game. She was the first Spartan to receive All-WAC honors since 2006.

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 9 San Francisco State Nov. 15 Utah Valley Nov. 17 at Evansville Nov. 19 at Eastern Illinois Nov. 25 at San Diego Dec. 1 Cal State Northridge Dec. 3 Pacific Dec. 8 Southern Utah Dec. 12 Santa Clara Dec. 15 at San Francisco Dec. 22 at Cal State Fullerton Dec. 29 *Texas State Dec. 31 *UTSA Jan. 3 *at Idaho Jan. 5 *at Seattle U Jan. 12 *Utah State Jan. 17 *Denver

Time 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. noon 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 19 *New Mexico State Jan. 24 *at Louisiana Tech Jan. 26 *at UT Arlington Jan. 31 *Seattle U Feb. 2 *Idaho Feb. 9 *at Utah State Feb. 14 *at New Mexico State Feb. 16 *at Denver Feb. 28 *UT Arlington March 2 *Louisiana Tech March 7 *at UTSA March 9 *at Texas State March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

SPARTAN ADMINISTRATION

Bill Campsey Faculty Representative

Gene Bleymaier Athletics Director

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Liz Jarnigan SWA

Richard Stern SID

Time 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. TBD


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SAN JOSE STATE COACHING STAFF

Tim La Kose Alma Mater: Cal State Northridge, ‘91 Overall Record: 358-175 (.672), 19 years School Record: 11-19 (.367), 1 year WAC Record: 6-8 (.429), 1 year

HEAD COACH FILE n Tim La Kose enters his second season leading the Spartans women’s basketball program after posting an 11-19 overall record and a 6-8 WAC record last year. n He was the 2011-12 WAC Coach of the Year after leading the Spartans to the nation’s 14th-best turnaround in terms of wins (+9). n Under La Kose’s direction, the Spartans increased scoring by 16.7 points per game (47.7-to-64.4), the largest single-season increase in Spartan history. n In 2011-12, the Spartans ended a 44-game, six-year WAC road-losing streak, broke a two-year non-conference road-losing streak and swept a road trip for the first time since 2005-06. n La Kose’s 358-career wins are the second most among current WAC women’s head basketball coaches. n In 10 seasons at CSU Bakersfield, his teams averaged 21 wins per season and had a .703 winning percentage (211-89). n He is a two-time National Independent Coach of the Year (2008-09 and 2009-10). n His teams competed in the postseason in nine of 10 seasons at CSUB. COACHING RECORDS Year School 1993-94 Cal Lutheran 1994-95 Cal Lutheran 1995-96 Cal Lutheran 1996-97 Cal Lutheran 1997-98 Cal Lutheran 1998-99 Cal Lutheran 1999-00 Cal Lutheran 2000-01 Cal Lutheran 2001-02 CSU Bakersfield 2002-03 CSU Bakersfield 2003-04 CSU Bakersfield 2004-05 CSU Bakersfield 2005-06 CSU Bakersfield 2006-07 CSU Bakersfield 2007-08 CSU Bakersfield 2008-09 CSU Bakersfield 2009-10 CSU Bakersfield 2010-11 CSU Bakersfield 2011-12 San Jose State

Overall 8-15 23-3 13-13 15-10 17-8 22-5 19-7 19-6 23-6 29-2 23-6 20-8 24-5 23-6 12-17 19-10 16-13 22-12 11-19

Overall Record Cal State Bakersfield Record Cal Lutheran Record San Jose State Record WAC Record

Conf. (Finish) Postseason 4-8 (6th) — 11-1 (1st) NCAA 0-1 9-3 (T-1st) — 7-5 (4th) — 11-1 (1st) NCAA 0-1 10-2 (T-1st) NCAA 0-1 11-1 (1st) NCAA 1-1 8-4 (3rd) — 18-4 (2nd) NCAA 1-1 21-1 (1st) NCAA 2-1 18-4 (1st) NCAA 1-1 14-6 (4th) NCAA 0-1 16-4 (3rd) NCAA 1-1 20-1 (1st) — — — — — — WBI 0-1 — WBI 3-1 6-8 WAC (T-4th) — 358-175 (.672)/19 years 211-89 (.703)/10 years 136-67 (.670)/8 years 11-19(.367)/1 year 6-8 (.429)/1 year

Brannon Hays Cal Lutheran, ‘93 2nd Year 37 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES

Mandi Carver Idaho State ‘02 2nd Year

Cecilia Russell-Nava New Mexico State ‘07 2nd Year


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SAN JOSE STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Classye James

Ta’Rea Cunnigan

Chereese Thomas

G, 5-9, So.

G, 5-8, So.

G, 5-8, Jr.

Named to the WAC All-Freshman Team and Academic All-WAC last year ... CollegeSportsMadness.com 201112 WAC Freshman of the Year ... 2011-12 San Jose State female athlete Rookie of the Year ... ranks seventh on the program’s single-season free throw list (109) ... averaged 11.6 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 1.8 assists per game ... was the leading scorer among all WAC freshmen and ranked sixth in steals ... scored in double figures 20 times, including a career-high 21 points at Nevada on Jan. 28.

Will see action for the first time as a Spartan after sitting out last season per NCAA transfer rules ... played the 2010-11 season at Oregon State, where she appeared in 20 games ... averaged 2.2 points and 1.0 rebounds in 13.4 minutes per game ... had career highs of eight points and four assists at Hawai‘i on Nov. 21, 2010 ... grabbed a career-high four rebounds vs. Rutgers on Nov. 27, 2010.

In her first season at San Jose State after playing the last two seasons at Ohlone College ... averaged 14.0 points, 4.8 assists and 7.5 rebounds a game last season, earning Northern California Junior College Player of the Year, Coast Conference MVP and first team all-state honors ... scored a career-high 25 points vs. Modesto on Nov. 20, 2011 ... team went 24-6 overall and 12-0 in Coast Conference play ... named the Coast Conference Co-MVP and first team all-conference as a freshman in 2010-11 when the team was 21-8 overall and 11-1 in league play ... led the team in assists (5.4) and steals (1.9) ... finished with 11 assists and seven steals vs. Cabrillo on Jan. 5, 2011 ... put up a season-high 16 points with four rebounds and six assists against Hartnell on Jan. 21, 2011.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2011-12 30-29 348-11.6 89 54 60 Totals 30-29 348-11.6 89 54 60

Name Alexis Hill Paris Baird Emily Schill

*Stats from Oregon State

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No. 00 3 12

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11* 20-0 44-2.2 20 17 9 20-0 44-2.2 20 17 9 Totals

Pos. G F F

Ht. Yr. Exp. 5-7 Fr. HS 6-0 Fr. HS 6-0 Fr. HS

Hometown (Last School) Houston, Texas (Westside) Van Nuys, Calif. (Windward School) Tecoma, Victoria, Australia (Boxhill Senior Academy)

14

Jamilya DeBoise

F

5-10

Fr.

HS

Houston, Texas (Westside)

15

Classye James

G

5-8

So.

TR

Palo Alto, Calif. (Oregon State)

22

Chereese Thomas

G

5-8

Jr.

TR

Dublin, Calif. (Ohlone College)

24

Jayzyl Tauala

G

5-5

Fr.

HS

Pacifica, Calif. (Terra Nova)

34

Ta’ Rea Cunnigan

G

5-9

So.

1L

Winchester, Calif. (Chaparral)

44

Riana Byrd

F

6-1

Fr.

HS

Richmond, Calif. (Inderkum)

TEAM PROFILE

SAN JOSE STATE CAMPUS

Top Returnees Ta’ Rea Cunnigan

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 11.6 3.0 1.8

Key Losses Palagi Atoe Myesha Broaden Rachel Finnegan Brittany Johnson Brea Matthews Sara Plavljanin

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 3.7 3.3 1.2 7.8 8.3 0.9 2.7 4.1 2.2 20.1 8.1 1.8 6.4 4.1 0.7 13.9 4.1 3.6

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director .................................................Lawrence Fan Women’s Basketball Contact .......Richard Stern Address ............................One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192 Office Number ................................ (408) 924-1208 Stern’s Cell Number ...................... (408) 318-8111 Stern’s E-Mail .................... richard.stern@sjsu.edu Fax Number ..................................... (408) 924-1291 Press Row .......................................... (408) 924-6470

Media Outlets

Associated Press............................. Jane McCauley Office: (415) 495-1708.............Fax: (415) 495-4967 San Jose Mercury News........................ Jon Wilner Office: (408) 920-5354............ Fax: (408) 920-5244 San Francisco Chronicle Office: (415) 777-7201............ Fax: (415) 543-3754 Spartan Daily (Campus) Office: (408) 924-3280.............Fax: (408) 924-3237 KSJS-FM Radio Office: (408) 924-4548

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SAN JOSE STATE 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 11-19

Home: 6-7

Road: 5-10

Neutral: 0-2

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Johnson, Brittany 30-30 1032-34.4 217-502 .432 11-34 .324 158-224 .705 69-175 244-8.1 83-3 55 87 23 47 603-20.1 Plavljanin, Sara 30-30 1095-36.5 148-370 .400 61-161 .379 59-83 .711 40-84 124-4.1 98-3 109 117 1 63 416-13.9 Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea 30-29 901-30.0 112-290 .386 15-54 .278 109-158 .690 23-66 89-3.0 78-2 54 111 5 60 348-11.6 Broaden, Myesha 30-29 949-31.6 97-223 .435 2-14 .143 39-63 .619 87-161 248-8.3 69-1 27 68 36 33 235-7.8 Matthews, Brea 20-14 546-27.3 49-141 .348 12-44 .273 18-34 .529 37-44 81-4.1 29-0 14 34 1 26 128-6.4 18-12 275-15.3 25-85 .294 4-19 .211 13-21 .619 23-36 59-3.3 42-1 22 30 0 15 67-3.7 Atoe, Palagi Finnegan, Rachel 29-3 668-23.0 27-104 .260 7-30 .233 16-34 .471 26-92 118-4.1 71-2 64 79 3 37 77-2.7 Carlson, Christina 9-0 43-4.8 3-12 .250 0-0 .000 7-12 .583 12-4 16-1.8 7-0 0 0 1 1 13-1.4 28-3 443-15.8 12-36 .333 0-0 .000 14-22 .636 20-58 78-2.8 28-0 21 23 0 15 38-1.4 Williams, Marisa Woods, Nanea 6-0 26-4.3 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 0-1 1-0.2 3-0 2 7 0 3 6-1.0 Coble, Monique 6-0 22-3.7 1-8 .125 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 2-0.3 3-0 1 4 0 0 2-0.3 TEAM 71-77 148-4.9 2-0 7 San Jose State 30 693-1778 .390 112-357 .314 435-657 .662 408-800 1208-40.3 513-12 369 567 70 300 1933-64.4 30 725-1946 .373 220-729 .302 399-563 .709 494-778 1272--42.4 519-0 508 554 98 252 2069-69.0 Opponents WAC Games: 6-8

Home: 4-3

Road: 2-5

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Johnson, Brittany 14-14 498-35.6 99-235 .421 4-17 .235 80-106 .755 27-90 117-8.4 39-1 34 40 9 20 282-20.1 14-14 517-36.9 70-175 .400 28-79 .354 26-38 .684 13-43 56-4.0 46-2 54 51 0 28 194-13.9 Plavljanin, Sara Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea 14-14 415-29.6 60-138 .435 10-32 .313 53-72 .736 8-32 40-2.9 31-1 29 54 1 25 183-13.1 0-1 .000 19-29 .655 36-81 117-8.4 38-1 16 32 17 17 131-9.4 Broaden, Myesha 14-14 457-32.6 56-110 .509 Matthews, Brea 7-4 166-23.7 16-38 .421 3-13 .231 5-10 .500 4-12 16-2.3 11-0 5 10 1 7 40-5.7 Atoe, Palagi 9-8 159-17.7 20-50 .400 3-11 .273 4-6 .667 14-18 32-3.6 24-0 13 15 0 8 47-5.2 Finnegan, Rachel 14-0 303-21.6 11-39 .282 5-16 .313 5-9 .556 13-33 46-3.3 34-2 27 30 1 19 32-2.3 14-2 273-19.5 11-22 .500 0-0 .000 10-16 .625 15-30 45-3.2 14-0 11 12 0 10 32-2.3 Williams, Marisa Carlson, Christina 2-0 6-3.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 2-1 3-1.5 0-0 0 0 1 0 2-1.0 Coble, Monique 1-0 4-4.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 1-0 0 1 0 0 0-0.0 Woods, Nanea 1-0 2-2.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0-0.0 39-32 71-5.1 4 TEAM San Jose State 14 343-809 .424 53-169 .314 204-290 .703 171-372 543-38.8 238-7 189 250 30 134 943-67.4 Opponents 14 336-893 .376 109-350 .311 183-275 .665 222-330 552-39.4 224-0 241 235 46 110 964-68.9

2011-12 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Nov. 13

San Francisco (165)

Nov. 16

at UC Davis (324)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

L, 77-88

Feb. 4

*Idaho (3,245)

Result L, 63-67

L, 60-80

Feb. 11

*at Hawai‘i (1,382)

Nov. 19 at UNLV (1,002)

L, 41-78

Feb. 16

*at Louisiana Tech (4,071)

Nov. 23

Eastern Illinois (330)

L, 71-93

Feb. 18

*at New Mexico State (3,340) L, 55-56

Nov. 26

!vs. American (255)

L, 46-49

Feb. 22

*Nevada (512)

W, 70-63

Nov. 27

!at Cal Poly (317)

L, 55-71

Feb. 25

*Fresno State (631)

W, 62-61

Dec. 1

Northern Arizona (417)

Dec. 3

at Weber State (653)

Dec. 7

at Cal State Northridge (424) L, 55-85

Dec. 17

at Santa Clara (683)

W, 74-53

Dec. 19

Air Force (351)

W, 68-53

Dec. 22

Cal State Fullerton (177)

L, 65-81

*WAC Game

Dec. 31

Brown (512)

L, 47-61

%WAC Tournament (Las Vegas)

Jan. 3

at Southern Utah (292)

W, 70-68

Jan. 5

at Utah Valley (202)

W, 57-45

Jan. 14

*Hawai‘i (521)

W, 83-67

Jan. 19

*New Mexico State (1,186) W, 67-62

Jan. 21

*Louisiana Tech (1,437)

Jan. 26

*at Fresno State (2,920)

Jan. 28

*at Nevada (778)

W, 86-79

Feb. 2

*Utah State (522)

L, 73-78

W, 74-64 L, 67-69

W, 67-58 L, 68-73

March 1 *at Idaho (459)

L, 65-70

March 3 *at Utah State (863)

L, 71-84

March 7 %vs. No. 4 Idaho (550)

L, 63-67

!Cal Poly Tournament (San Luis Obispo, Calif.)

L, 64-70 L, 49-76

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

RECENT RESULTS Record Conference Post. 17-9 8-6 NorPac (5th) — 9-17 5-9 NorPac (6th) — 9-17 3-9 NorPac (7th) — 6-20 1-11PCAA (7th) — 3-23 1-17 PCAA (9th) — 1-26 0-18 PCAA (10th) — 4-23 1-17 Big West (10th) — 5-24 2-16 Big West (9th) — 2-25 0-18 Big West (10th) — 2-25 1-17 Big West (10th) — 5-21 4-14 Big West (T-8th) — 14-13 9-9 Big West (T-6th) — 4-24 2-16 Big West (10th) — 8-19 3-15 Big West (T-9th) — 10-18 5-11 WAC (6th-Pac) — 6-21 2-12 WAC (8th-Pac) — 2-25 0-14 WAC (8th-Pac) — 3-24 1-13 WAC (8th) — 13-16 4-12 WAC (9th) — 17-11 12-6 WAC (4th) — 13-15 9-9 WAC (T-4th) — 16-13 7-11 WAC (T-6th) — 23-10 12-6 WAC (T-4th) — 13-15 8-8 WAC (T-4th) — 5-27 4-12 WAC (8th) — 3-28 1-15 WAC (9th) — 2-28 1-15 WAC (9th) — 6-23 2-14 WAC (9th) — 2-27 2-14 WAC (9th) — 11-19 6-8 WAC (T-4th) —


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SEATTLE U REDHAWKS

QUICK FACTS

REDHAWK BITS

Location:..................................................Seattle, Wash. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2012 Enrollment:............................................................ 7,755 Founded:.................................................................. 1898 Nickname:......................................................Redhawks Colors:.....................................................Red and White President:........................Fr. Stephen Sundborg, S.J. Athletics Director:.............................William Hogan Athletic Department:..................... (206) 296-6400 Ticket Office:....................................... (206) 296-8582 Web Site:.................................. www.goseattleu.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach.......................................... Joan Bonvicini Basketball Office.............................. (206) 296-6406 School’s All-Time Record....511-462 (.525), 35 yrs Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles............ 0 Number of WAC Tournament Titles................... 0 2011-12 Record........................................20-12 (.625) Arena..................................... Connolly Center (1,050) Arena Record..................... 267-162 (.622), 35 years NCAA Appearances.....................................................0 NCAA Record..............................................................0-0 WNIT Appearances......................................................0 WNIT Record...............................................................0-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................5/3 Starters Returning/Lost........................................8/5

CONNOLLY CENTER

Fr. Stephen Sundborg President

n Last season, the Redhawks made their first Division I postseason appearance, making it to the

semifinals of the Women’s Basketball Invitational (WBI) before falling to Northern Iowa, 68-64. n Last year, Seattle U posted its first 20-win season as an NCAA Division I program. n Head coach Joan Bonvicini was named Independent Coach of the Year. n Kacie Sowell was named Independent Player of the Year and was named to the WBI all-tourna-

ment team. She also earned six College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week awards during the 2011-12 season. n Sowell had 18 double-doubles and finished as the team’s leading scorer last season, averaging

a double-double (14.3 points, 10.2 rebounds). n Three

Redhawks averaged double-figure scoring – Sowell, Talisa Rhea (14.1) and Ashley Ward

(10.3). n Nationally, Sowell ranked fifth in field goal percentage (56.6) and tied for ninth in double-doubles

(18). Ward ranked 26th in free throw percentage (.840), while Rhea was 26th in assists per game (5.2). n Bonvicini

will coach her 1000th career game vs. cross-town rival Washington on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, at KeyArena in downtown Seattle, Wash.

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Nov. 9 Pacific 7 p.m. Nov. 14 Washington (at KeyArena) 7 p.m. Nov. 17 at Colorado State 2 p.m. Nov. 23 @Portland 8 p.m. Nov. 24 @Sacred Heart/Boston College 6/8 p.m. Dec. 1 UC Irvine 4 p.m. Dec. 9 Portland State 1 p.m. Dec. 14 at Pepperdine 7 p.m. Dec. 20 at Brigham Young 3 p.m. Dec. 29 *at Idaho 2 p.m. Jan. 3 *Utah State 7 p.m. Jan. 5 *San Jose State 4 p.m. Jan. 10 *at New Mexico State 6:30 p.m. Jan. 13 *at Denver 1 p.m. Jan. 17 *UT Arlington 7 p.m. Jan. 19 *Louisiana Tech 7 p.m. Jan. 24 *at UTSA 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 26 *at Texas State Jan. 31 *at San Jose State Feb. 2 *at Utah State Feb. 7 *Denver Feb. 9 *New Mexico State Feb. 14 *at Louisiana Tech Feb. 16 *at UT Arlington Feb. 28 *Texas State March 2 *UTSA March 9 *Idaho March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) @ - Washington Dental Service Thanksgiving Tournament (Seattle, Wash.) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

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Sarah Bee Faculty Representative

William Hogan Athletics Director

Roxanne Levenson Associate AD/SWA

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Mollie Hanke SID

Time 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. TBD


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SEATTLE U COACHING STAFF

Joan Bonvicini Alma Mater: Southern Connecticut State, ‘75 Overall Record: 646-352 (.647), 32 years School Record: 34-58 (.370), 2 years

HEAD COACH FILE n Joan Bonvicini enters her fourth season at the helm of the Redhawks after leading the team to its first NCAA Division I 20-win season and postseason appearance in 2011-12. n The veteran head coach will coach her 1,000th career game on Nov. 14, 2012 vs. Washington. n Bonvicini ranks 11th all-time on the NCAA Division I wins list and became the 18th coach in NCAA Division I women’s basketball history to reach the 600-win mark in February 2007. n She boasts 21 20-win seasons over her historic coaching career. n Prior to Seattle U, Bonvicini coached at Arizona for 17 seasons, leading the team to nine postseason appearances, including seven NCAA Tournament berths and the WNIT Championship in 1996. n She is in five halls of fame: the Southern Connecticut State Hall of Fame (1989), the Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (1994), the LBSU Athletic Hall of Fame (1996), the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame (2005) and the New England Basketball Hall of Fame (2007). n As a player, Bonvicini helped Southern Connecticut State earn third and fourth place finishes in the AIAW Championships and was a finalist for the 1976 U.S. Olympic Basketball Team.

COACHING RECORDS

Year 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

School LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU LBSU Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona

Overall Conf. (Finish) 28-6 12-0 (1st) 27-7 10-2 (1st) 24-6 11-1 (1st) 24-7 12-2 (2nd) 25-6 13-1 (1st) 28-3 13-1 (1st) 29-5 14-0 (1st) 33-3 17-1 (1st) 28-6 18-0 (1st) 30-5 18-0 (1st) 25-9 14-4 (3rd) 24-8 15-3 (1st) 9-19 3-15 (T-9th) 13-14 7-11 (8th) 15-12 8-10 (7th) 11-19 6-12 (7th) 22-8 10-8 (T-3rd) 23-8 12-6 (T-4th) 23-7 14-4 (T-2nd) 18-11 12-6 (4th) 25-7 13-5 (T-2nd) 20-12 9-9 (5th) 14-14 10-8 (T-6th) 21-8 12-4 (T-2nd) 24-9 14-4 (T-1st)

Postseason AIAW 4-1 AIAW 3-2 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 — — — — WNIT 3-0 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 WNIT 1-1 — NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1

ASSISTANT COACHES

Kristen O’Neill Washington ‘06 1st Year

2004-05 Arizona 2005-06 Arizona 2006-07 Arizona 2007-08 Arizona 2009-10 Seattle U 2010-11 Seattle U 2011-12 Seattle U

Dorena Bingham Seattle U ‘85 2nd Year

20-12 8-22 11-21 10-20 6-24 8-22 20-12

Overall Record Long Beach State Record Arizona Record Seattle U Record

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Shaquala Williams Oregon ‘02 1st Year

11-7 (5th) 3-15 (9th) 4-14 (8th) 4-14 (T-8th) - - - 646-352 (.647)/32 years 325-71 (.820)/12 years 287-223 (.563)/17 years 34-58 (.370)/3 years

NCAA 1-1 — — — — — WBI 2-1


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SEATTLE U TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Kacie Sowell

sYlVIA SHEPHARD

Ashley Ward

G, 5-10, Jr.

F, 6-2, Jr.

F, 5-11, Jr.

Appeared in all 32 games as a sophomore last season, starting 27 ... averaged 7.6 points and 5.1 rebounds per game ... recorded a career-high 23 points and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds vs. Portland State on Feb. 9 ... scored in double figures eight times during the season, including three straight games from Dec. 30 to Jan. 8 ... scored 17 points against Wright State on March 18 ... played in 30 games as a freshman, averaging 5.2 points and 3.0 rebounds ... dished out a career-high five assists twice ... nabbed a career-best five steals on two occasions.

Named Independent Player of the Year last season after averaging 14.3 points and 10.2 rebounds per game ... named to the WBI all-tournament team ... shot 56.6 percent from the field, good for fifth in the nation ... named MVP of the Holiday Hoops Tournament ... recorded 18 double-doubles, tied for ninth nationally ... named College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week six times during the season ... started four games as a freshman, when she averaged 3.3 points and 3.8 rebounds per game ... has a 53.8 percent career field goal percentage and a 73.2 percent career free throw percentage.

Started all 32 games as a sophomore last season, finishing third on the team in scoring average (10.3), assists (69) and three-pointers made (23) ... topped the squad and ranked 26th in the nation in free throw percentage (84.9) ... reached double-figure scoring 17 times during the season ... scored a career-high 20 points at Pacific on Jan. 17 and at UC Irvine on Jan. 22 ... grabbed a career-high nine rebounds vs. CSU Bakersfield on March 3 ... started 11 games as a freshman, averaging 6.5 points and 2.7 rebounds per game ... posted a career-high two blocks vs. Eastern Washingon on Feb. 8, 2011.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 30-4 98-3.3 114 8 16 2011-12 32-32 458-14.3 325 28 43 Totals 62-36 556-8.9 439 36 59

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 30-11 194-6.5 82 34 21 2011-12 32-32 331-10.3 112 69 43 Totals 62-43 525-8.5 194 103 64

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 30-0 156-5.2 91 31 41 2011-12 32-27 244-7.6 164 53 44 Totals 32-27 400-6.5 255 84 85

2012-13 ROSTER

No. 1 3 10 14 15 20 23 24 31 32 35 41 45

Name Pos. Sylvia Shephard G Shelby Dougherty G Makenna Clark G Ashley Ward F Catherine Perez F Kim Flournoy G Renee Dillard-Brown F Daidra Brown PG Taelor Ross C Kristin Stoffel G Maggie McCarthy F Kacie Sowell F Brenda Adhiambo F

Ht. Yr. 5-10 Jr. 5-9 Fr. 5-6 So. 5-11 Jr. 6-1 Fr. 5-9 RS-Fr. 6-1 So. 5-6 Sr. 6-2 Fr. 5-11 Fr. 5-9 Sr. 6-2 Jr. 6-0 Sr.

TEAM PROFILE

Exp. 2L HS 1L 2L HS HS 1L 2L HS HS 3L 2L 1L

Hometown (Last School) Alta Loma, Calif. (Alta Loma) Fullerton, Calif. (Troy) Auburn, Wash. (Auburn Riverside) Irvine, Calif. (Woodbridge) Palo Alto, Calif. (Gunn) San Diego, Calif. (Horizon Christian) Seattle, Wash. (Garfield) Seattle, Wash. (College of Southern Idaho) Vancouver, Wash. (St. Mary’s Academy) Mill Creek, Wash. (Jackson) Burlingame, Calif. (St. Ignatius) Ventura, Calif. (Buena) Mombasa, Kenya (Lon Morris College)

SEATTLE U CAMPUS

Top Returnees Brenda Adhiambo Daidra Brown Sylvia Shephard Kacie Sowell Ashley Ward

Pts. 5.3 5.2 7.6 14.3 10.3

Rebs. 4.4 3.0 5.1 10.2 3.5

Asts. 0.5 1.6 1.7 0.9 2.2

Key Losses Amani Butler Elle Kerfoot Talisa Rhea

Pts. 3.8 8.8 14.1

Rebs. 2.4 2.2 4.5

Asts. 0.5 2.9 5.2

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director .............................................. Jason Behenna Women’s Basketball Contact ....... Mollie Hanke Address ................................................. 901 12th Ave. PO Box 222000 Seattle, WA 98122 Office Number ................................ (206) 296-2490 Hanke’s Cell Number ................... (859) 948-4472 Hanke’s E-Mail ..................hankem@seattleu.edu Fax Number ..................................... (206) 296-2154 Press Row ......................................... (206) 296-2080

Media Outlets

The Seattle Times Office: (206) 464-2900

Jayda Evans Fax: (206) 464-2261

710 ESPN Seattle Office: (206) 726-7000 KJR 950 AM/102.9 FM Office: (206) 494-2000 The Spectator (campus) J. Adrian Munger Office: (206) 296-6474 Fax: (206) 296-6477

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SEATTLE U 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 20-12

Home: 14-6

Road: 6-6

Neutral: 0-0

Player

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg

Sowell, Kacie

32-32 926-28.9 171-302 .566

Rhea, Talisa

32-32 1090-34.1 162-415 .390 61-204 .299

Ward, Ashley

32-32 914-28.6 106-278 .381

Kerfoot, Elle Shephard, Sylvia

0-0 .000 116-158 .734 127-198 325-10.2 91-3 28 86 18 43 458-14.3 65-85 .765 40-104 144-4.5 53-0 165 105 7 44 450-14.1

29-81 .358

90-106 .849

33-79

32-32 991-31.0

96-268 .358 58-165 .352

33-42 .786

16-54

70-2.2 32-0 92 63 7 43 283-8.8

32-27 760-23.8

99-223 .444

23-33 .697 42-122

164-5.1 51-1 53 73 1 44 244-7.6

23-87 .264

112-3.5 94-1 69 57 5 43 331-10.3

Adhiambo, Brenda 29-0

421-14.5

63-127 .496

0-0 .000

28-44 .636

52-76

128-4.4 39-1 15 37 3 30 154-5.3

Brown, Daidra

32-3

581-18.2

64-138 .464

6-19 .316

31-55 .564

38-57

95-3.0 64-1 51 85 3 58 165-5.2

Butler, Amani

25-1

238-9.5

33-76 .434

0-1 .000

29-60 .483

29-32

61-2.4 43-0 12 29 0 20

95-3.8

McCarthy, Maggie 32-1

303-9.5

23-66 .348

5-25 .200

10-22 .455

13-25

38-1.2 14-0 21 29 4 10

61-1.9

22-0 Dillard-Brown, Renee

124-5.6

14-31 .452

0-0 .000

4-8 .500 12-15

27-1.2 23-0 1 23 1 5 32-1.5

Lemon, Jasmine

12-0

31-2.6

4-9 .444

0-2 .000

3-9 .333

0-2

2-0.2 1-0 8 8 0 5 11-0.9

Clark, Makenna

10-0

28-2.8

1-5 .200

1-5 .200

0-1 .000

0-3

3-0.3 3-0 0 1 0 2

3-0.3

18-2.3

0-2 .000

0-0 .000

1-4 .250

1-3

4-0.5 2-0 0 2 3 0

1-0.1

Williamson, Jessi 8-0

Team 65-75 140 4 Seattle U

32 836-1940 .431 183-589

.311

433-627 .691 468-845 1313-41.0 510-7 515 602 52 347 2288-71.5

Opponents

32 758-1874 .404 186-604

.308

350-521 .672 367-750 1117-34.9 554-0 400 633 128 279 2052-64.1

2011-12 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Nov. 11

UC Santa Barbara (557)

W, 60-55

Feb. 22

at Chicago State (182)

W, 81-45

Nov. 13

UC Davis (281)

L, 62-66

Feb. 26

UC Riverside (339)

W, 64-42

Nov. 16

at Washington (2021)

L, 53-72

Feb. 29

at Stanford (3379)

L, 52-76

Nov. 19

San Diego (4140)

L, 65-82

March 3

CSU Bakersfield (508)

Nov. 25

!San Francisco (370)

Nov. 26

!Akron (270)

Dec. 2

W, 74-56

March 10 at CSU Bakersfield (405)

W, 86-65 L, 87-89

L, 74-85

March 15 #North Dakota (523)

W, 61-47

Long Beach State (340)

W, 78-49

March 18 #Wright State (401)

W, 82-65

Dec. 4

at Boise State (554)

W, 89-80

March 21 #Northern Iowa (596)

Dec. 11

Portland (289)

W, 69-55

Dec. 13

Santa Clara (336)

W, 80-62

Dec. 17

Saint Mary’s (282)

L, 70-71

@ - Holiday Hoops Tournament (Seattle, Wash.)

Dec. 21

at UALR (1607)

L, 63-72

# - Women’s Basketball Invitational (Seattle, Wash.)

Dec. 29

@Saint Francis (442)

W, 74-70

Dec. 30

@Eastern Michigan (397)

W, 75-72

Jan. 5

at Idaho (250)

W, 80-72

Jan. 8

Colorado State (384)

W, 61-43

Jan. 11

at Fresno State (2358)

Jan. 14

Chicago State (313)

Jan. 17

at Pacific (233)

Jan. 22

at UC Irvine (1300)

Jan. 25

Brigham Young (677)

Feb. 1

at Milwaukee (397)

W, 63-56

Feb. 9

at Portland State (615)

W, 90-79

Feb. 18

Utah Valley (564)

W, 70-41

L, 64-68

! - Thanksgiving Tournament (Seattle, Wash.)

L, 61-71 W, 80-38 L, 79-81 (OT) W, 86-58 L, 55-69

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RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference Post. 1977-78 19-7 — NCWSA 1978-79 23-9 — AIAW AIAW 1979-80 16-14 5-7 AIAW 1980-81 23-8 — 1981-82 12-12 7-7 — 1982-83 18-12 14-6 NAIA 1983-84 14-12 14-6 NAIA 1984-85 17-12 14-6 NAIA 1985-86 10-17 8-12 — 1986-87 23-10 — NAIA 1987-88 24-4 — NAIA 1988-89 16-13 12-10 — 1989-90 18-9 — — 1990-91 18-8 12-4 NAIA 1991-92 17-8 8-6 NAIA 1992-93 20-7 9-6 NAIA 1993-94 17-10 7-5 NAIA 1994-95 13-15 5-7 — 1995-96 11-18 3-9 — 1996-97 12-15 4-6 — 1997-98 11-11 8-10 — 1998-99 5-20 2-16 — 1999-00 7-20 2-17 — 2000-01 4-23 2-20 — 2001-02 13-16 7-11 — 2002-03 9-18 3-15 — 2003-04 10-17 6-12 — 2004-05 9-18 4-14 — 2005-06 14-12 9-9 — 2006-07 18-9 9-7 — 2007-08 16-11 7-11 — 2008-09 20-9 — — 2009-10 6-24 — — 2010-11 8-22 — — 2011-12 20-12 — WBI


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UT ARLINGTON MAVERICKS

QUICK FACTS

MAVERICK BITS

Location:............................................. Arlington, Texas Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2012 Enrollment:..........................................................33,500 Founded:.................................................................. 1895 Nickname:...................................................... Mavericks Colors:.......................Royal Blue, Orange and White President:.......................................James D. Spaniolo Athletics Director:.......................................Jim Baker Athletic Department:..................... (817) 272-2261 Ticket Office:....................................... (817) 272-9595 Web Site:.......................................www.utamavs.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach..................................Samantha Morrow Basketball Office.............................. (817) 272-7165

n UT Arlington returns 85 percent of its scoring and 84 percent of its rebounding from last year’s

team as four of the Mavericks’ five starters return for the 2012-13 season.

n The

Mavericks return four starters and 11 letterwinners from last year’s team that went 7-21 overall and 5-11 in the Southland Conference to finish tied for fourth in the West Division.

n Last season, UT Arlington had seven players average five or more points per game. The leading

returning scorer is senior Sabreena DeNure, who averaged 6.6 points per game.

n In

addition to DeNure, starters Takiyah Langford, Desherra Nwanguma and Kiara Parker also return.

n UT Arlington welcomes six newcomers to this year’s squad – three transfers and three freshmen. n The year marks the first full season the Mavericks will compete in the College Park Center. The

School’s All-Time Record........561-571 (..496), yrs

facility opened on Feb. 1, 2012, and UT Arlington played its final five homes games there last season.

2011-12 Record.......................................... 7-21 (.250) 2011-12 SLC Record.................... 5-11 (T-4th West)

n The Mavericks are led by head coach Samantha Morrow, who has two of the top 10 winningest

Arena.............................. College Park Center (7,000) Arena Record................................... 1-4 (.200), 1 year

n In

NCAA Appearances.....................................................2 NCAA Record..............................................................0-2 WNIT Appearances......................................................2 WNIT Record...............................................................0-2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 11/3 Starters Returning/Lost........................................4/1

COLLEGE PARK CENTER

records in UTA women’s basketball history – No. 10 (2007-08, 19-10) and No. 3 (2008-09, 22-11).

its 40-year history, UTA has made four postseason appearances – two in the NCAA Tournament (2005, 2007) and two in the WNIT (1999, 2009).

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 9 at George Washington Nov. 11 at Michigan State Nov. 16 Oral Roberts Nov. 21 Memphis Nov. 27 at Houston Baptist Nov. 30 at Nebraska-Omaha Dec. 2 at Fresno State Dec. 4 UT-Pan American Dec. 18 at North Texas Dec. 22 Oklahoma State Dec. 29 *at New Mexico State Dec. 31 *at Denver Jan. 5 *at Louisiana Tech Jan. 10 *UTSA Jan. 12 *Texas State Jan. 17 *at Seattle U Jan. 19 *at Idaho

Time 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 24 *Utah State Jan. 26 *San Jose State Feb. 2 *Louisiana Tech Feb. 7 *at Texas State Feb. 9 *at UTSA Feb. 14 *Idaho Feb. 16 *Seattle U Feb. 20 New Orleans Feb. 28 *at San Jose State March 2 *at Utah State March 7 *Denver March 9 *New Mexico State March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

MAVERICK ADMINISTRATION

Dr. James Spaniolo President

Dr. Barry McKeown Faculty Representative

Jim Baker Athletics Director

Debbie Garcia Associate AD/SWA

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Melissa Cebold SID

Time 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. noon 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. TBD


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UT ARLINGTON COACHING STAFF

Samantha Morrow Alma Mater: Texas Wesleyan, ‘81 Overall Record: 71-78 (.477), 5 years School Record: Same

HEAD COACH FILE n Samantha Morrow enters her sixth season at the helm of the Mavericks, having entered the collegiate coaching ranks in 2007. n In her first season, she led the Mavericks to a 19-10 overall record and a 13-3 Southland Conference record. n In the 2008-09 season, Morrow coached the Mavs to a 22-11 overall record (the third-most wins in program history), a Southland Conference title and the school’s second appearance in the WNIT. All five starters earned All-SLC honors and finished the season averaging double-figure scoring. n She helped lead UTA to its third conference championship during the 2009-10 season. n Morrow coached Meghan Nelson, who was invited to a WNBA tryout and was a first-team All-SLC player. n She came to UT Arlington after winning four consecutive Class 5A state championships at Mansfield High School from 1999-2002. n Morrow was named the 2002 National Federation of High Schools Coaches Association’s National Coach of the Year and posted 413 wins in 14 seasons. n She earned a scholarship to Ranger Junior College and later to Texas Wesleyan University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in 1981. n Morrow completed her master’s degree at Tarleton State University in 1987 while coaching at Stephenville High School.

COACHING RECORDS Year School 2007-08 UT Arlington 2008-09 UT Arlington 2009-10 UT Arlington 2010-11 UT Arlington 2011-12 UT Arlington

Overall 19-10 22-11 15-16 8-20 7-21

Overall Record

71-78 (.477)/5 years

Conf. (Finish) 13-3 (2nd West) 14-2 (2nd West) 9-7 (4th West) 5-11 (4th West) 5-11 (T-4th West)

Postseason — WNIT 0-1 — — —

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Kris Wood Texas A&M-Commerce ‘02 2nd Year

Brion Raven Texas A&M ‘05 2nd Year


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UT ARLINGTON TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Desherra Nwanguma

sabreena DeNure

Chauntandra Williams

G, 5-4, Sr.

C, 6-2, Jr.

G, 5-8, So.

Started 27 games last season, averaging a team-best 30 minutes and 2.8 assists per game ... shot 83.7 percent from the free throw line ... ranked second on the team in scoring (6.6) ... as a sophomore in 2010-11, saw action in 27 games, making 13 starts ... scored a career-high nine points against Pittsburgh on Dec. 20, 2010 ... dished out a career-high seven assists at Sam Houston State on Feb. 10, 2011 ... as a freshman in 2009-10, appeared in 17 games ... dished out four assists at Texas Tech (Nov. 28, 2009).

Played in 28 games, starting 16, last year as a sophomore ... led the team in blocks (13) and offensive rebounds (79) ... shot 78.6 percent from the free-throw line ... scored 157 points, averaging 5.6 per game ... as a freshman in 2010-11, saw action in 26 games ... averaged 4.5 points and 3.8 rebounds per game ... recorded a season-high 12 points against Texas A&MCorpus Christi on March 2, 2011 ... nearly recorded her first career double-double, finishing with 11 points and nine rebounds in 21 minutes on the road against UMKC on Nov. 20, 2010 ... had 10 games with five or more rebounds.

Started 12 of 27 games last season as a freshman ... ranked second on the team in field goals made (67) ... averaged 6.3 points and 1.9 rebounds per game.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2009-10 17-0 9-0.5 4 9 6 2010-11 27-13 87-3.2 50 43 22 2011-12 27-27 178-6.6 83 75 29 Totals 71-40 274-3.9 137 127 57

o. N 2 3 4 10 11 12 14 15 21 22 23 24 30 32 34 35 44

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 26-0 116-4.5 99 6 8 2011-12 28-16 157-5.6 149 31 17 Totals 54-16 273-5.1 249 37 25

2012-13 ROSTER

Name Pos. Micah Cisneroz G/F Malaika Green G Jordan Holub G Krioni Bruce G Sabreena DeNure G Chauntandra Williams G Kelsey Wilson F Kiara Parker F Briana Walker F Laila Suleiman G Jade Johnson G Eboni Watkins G Takiyah Langford F Aron Garcia F Hailee Rhymes F Rosalyn Thorpe C Desherra Nwanguma C

Ht. Yr. 5-9 Fr. 5-4 Jr. 5-5 Fr. 5-9 So. 5-4 Sr. 5-8 So. 5-11 So. 5-7 Sr. 6-0 Jr. 5-3 Jr. 5-7 Fr. 5-11 So. 5-10 So. 6-1 Jr. 6-2 Jr. 6-3 Jr. 6-2 Jr.

TEAM PROFILE

Exp. HS 2L HS 1L 3L 1L TR 3L 2L TR HS 1L 1L TR 1L 1L 2L

Hometown (Last School) De Leon, Texas (De Leon) Coppell, Texas (Coppell) San Antonio, Texas (Churchill) Mesquite, Texas (Mesquite) Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll) Lufkin, Texas (Lufkin) Ripley, Texas (Seward County CC) Desoto, Texas (Desoto) Fort Worth, Texas (Oscar Dean Wyatt) Yukon, Okla. (Redlands CC) Houston, Texas (Seven Lakes) San Antonio, Texas (Wagner) Arlington, Texas (Seguin) Houston, Texas (Hill College) Laveen, Ariz. (St. Mary’s) Fort Worth, Texas (Fort Worth Christian) Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch)

UT ARLINGTON CAMPUS

Top Returnees Sabreena DeNure Malaika Green Takiyah Langford Desherra Nwanguma Kiara Parker Briana Walker Chauntandra Williams

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 6.6 3.1 2.8 5.6 1.9 1.0 4.8 3.6 0.6 5.6 5.3 1.1 5.9 4.5 1.1 6.4 4.5 0.4 6.3 1.9 0.9

Key Losses Bianca Sauls

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 7.1 5.8 1.5

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2011-12 27-12 171-6.3 52 25 20 Totals 27-12 171-6.3 52 25 20

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director ..................................................... Gregg Elkin Women’s Basketball Contact .... Melissa Cebold Address .............................................. UTA Box 19950 601 S. Pecan St. Arlington, TX 76019-9524 Office Number ................................ (817) 272-7168 Cebold’s Cell Number ...................(214) 240-8350 Cebold’s E-Mail ......................... mcebold@uta.edu Fax Number ......................................(817) 272-9524 Press Row ...........................................(817) 272-3795

Media Outlets Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Office: (817) 390-7760 Fax: (817) 390-7688 Dallas Morning News: Office: (214) 977-8222 ESPN Dallas: Office: (214) 258-2800 The Shorthorn: Office: (817) 272-3188

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Randy McVay Fax: (817) 272-5009


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UT ARLINGTON 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 7-21

Home: 3-11

Road: 4-8

Neutral: 0-2

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Player 28-27 763-27.3 75-195 .385 2-13 .154 47-69 .681 56-106 162-5.8 43-0 43 69 10 19 199-7.1 Sauls, Bianca DeNure, Sabreena 27-27 810-30.0 61-164 .372 20-70 .286 36-43 .837 14-69 83-3.1 47-0 75 69 2 29 178-6.6 28-12 462-16.5 57-156 .365 1-9 .111 65-86 .756 51-75 126-4.5 57-1 11 47 8 17 180-6.4 Walker, Briana Williams, Chauntandr 27-12 460-17.0 67-179 .374 12-42 .286 25-38 .658 11-41 52-1.9 54-1 25 67 4 20 171-6.3 27-16 582-21.6 66-192 .344 7-37 .189 20-38 .526 38-84 122-4.5 74-4 30 84 6 39 159-5.9 Parker, Kiara 28-1 513-18.3 51-155 .329 25-73 .342 31-44 .705 12-42 54-1.9 33-0 29 63 0 24 158-5.6 Green, Malaika Nwanguma, Desherra 28-16 598-21.4 62-155 .400 0-0 .000 33-42 .786 79-70 149-5.3 67-1 31 73 13 17 157-5.6 2-7 .286 51-86 .593 29-67 96-3.6 85-4 17 42 11 24 129-4.8 Langford, Takiyah 27-16 512-19.0 38-111 .342 22-4 233-10.6 30-82 .366 0-0 .000 16-18 .889 13-24 37-1.7 15-0 6 19 12 2 76-3.5 Thorpe, Rosalyn 20-2 253-12.7 21-57 .368 0-5 .000 9-12 .750 6-21 27-1.4 18-0 13 26 2 13 51-2.6 Bruce, Krioni 0-2 .000 4-6 .667 8-22 30-1.4 19-0 5 18 5 5 48-2.3 Rhymes, Hailee 21-7 208-9.9 22-52 .423 Rodriguez, Michelle 22-0 138-6.3 8-46 .174 4-30 .133 4-5 .800 1-7 8-0.4 5-0 1 10 0 4 24-1.1 Watkins, Eboni 14-0 58-4.1 5-11 .455 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 0-5 5-0.4 4-0 3 8 0 2 13-0.9 9-0 34-3.8 3-11 .273 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1-1 2-0.2 10-1 0 3 0 1 6-0.7 Bell, Kaylie 68-71 139-5.0 16 TEAM 28 566-1566 .361 74-290 .255 343-490 .700 387-705 1092-39.0 531-12 289 614 73 216 1549-55.3 UT Arlington Opponents 28 666-1673 .398 156-523 .298 373-577 .646 425-692 1117-39.9 458-0 376 503 86 318 1861-66.5 Southland Games: 5-11

Home: 1-7 Road: 4-4

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg 16-10 305-19.1 46-109 .422 0-3 .000 45-62 .726 40-52 92-5.8 39-1 6 31 6 8 137-8.6 Walker, Briana DeNure, Sabreena 15-15 450-30.0 40-104 .385 11-44 .250 28-31 .903 7-44 51-3.4 27-0 34 41 0 13 119-7.9 Sauls, Bianca 16-16 445-27.8 42-123 .341 1-8 .125 21-31 .677 34-63 97-6.1 27-0 24 39 6 10 106-6.6 Green, Malaika 16-1 319-19.9 31-93 .333 18-52 .346 22-34 .647 5-26 31-1.9 15-0 21 36 0 18 102-6.4 Parker, Kiara 15-12 346-23.1 40-115 .348 5-19 .263 8-16 .500 23-49 72-4.8 44-3 19 52 4 26 93-6.2 16-12 391-24.4 38-101 .376 0-0 .000 18-21 .857 47-58 105-6.6 40-1 18 41 8 13 94-5.9 Nwanguma, Desherra Williams, Chauntandr 15-2 228-15.2 32-87 .368 7-23 .304 10-18 .556 3-24 27-1.8 30-1 13 31 2 10 81-5.4 18-59 .305 0-2 .000 30-48 .625 17-41 58-3.6 50-3 9 22 8 10 66-4.1 Langford, Takiyah 16-7 287-17.9 Bruce, Krioni 10-2 158-15.8 16-39 .410 0-3 .000 8-10 .800 5-16 21-2.1 12-0 9 13 1 10 40-4.0 Thorpe, Rosalyn 16-3 133-8.3 14-39 .359 0-0 .000 5-5 1.000 8-10 18-1.1 13-0 4 14 7 2 33-2.1 4-0 17-4.3 3-7 .429 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1-1 2-0.5 3-0 0 1 0 1 6-1.5 Bell, Kaylie Rodriguez, Michelle 10-0 69-6.9 3-27 .111 1-15 .067 3-4 .750 0-4 4-0.4 3-0 1 3 0 0 10-1.0 Rhymes, Hailee 10-0 41-4.1 5-13 .385 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-9 9-0.9 6-0 0 5 2 1 10-1.0 Watkins, Eboni 6-0 10-1.7 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-0.2 1-0 1 2 0 0 0-0.0 TEAM 35-33 68-4.3 10 16 328-917 .358 43-170 .253 198-281 .705 225-431 656-41.0 310-9 159 341 44 122 897-56.1 UT Arlington Opponents 16 368-949 .388 89-300 .297 216-340 .635 227-404 631-39.4 257-0 208 277 45 168 1041-65.1

2011-12 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Nov. 11

North Texas (521)

Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

McMurry (266)

Nov. 27

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

L, 47-66

Feb. 4

*Central Arkansas (648)

George Washington (333)

L, 41-63

Feb. 8

*Sam Houston State (1008) L, 45-61

at Arkansas (3886)

L, 34-57

Feb. 11

*at Texas State (1176)

W, 52-41

Feb. 15

*Stephen F. Austin (624)

L, 54-59

at Memphis (869)

L, 60-77

Feb. 18

*at Southeastern La. (352)

L, 41-71

Dec. 7

at Texas Tech (6428)

L, 48-88

Feb. 22

*McNeese State (571)

L, 50-70

Dec. 18

!vs. Wichita State (670)

L, 64-90

Feb. 25

*at Northwestern State (317) L, 70-86

Dec. 19

!vs. Western Michigan (614) L, 63-67

Feb. 29

*at A&M-Corpus Christi (886) L, 54-74

Dec. 28

at UT-Pan American (268) L, 65-72 (OT)

March 3 *at UTSA (2611)

Dec. 31

Houston Baptist (319)

Jan. 3

Fresno State (372)

Jan. 7

*at Nicholls State (210)

Jan. 11

*at Sam Houston State (351) L, 41-58

Jan. 14

*Lamar (312)

L, 52-68

Jan. 18

*A&M-Corpus Christi (342)

L, 51-61

Jan. 21

*at Stephen F. Austin (1212) W, 69-61

Jan. 24

Nebraska-Omaha (307)

Jan. 28

*Texas State (385)

Feb. 1

*UTSA (6228)

W, 78-61 L, 48-78 W, forfeit

! - Beach Classic (Long Beach, Calif.) *Southland game

L, 52-60 L, 73-90 W, 51-40 47 WACSports.com

Result L, 51-53

W, 61-46

W, 75-65

RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference 1972-73 3-7 — 1973-74 9-14 — 1975-76 11-14 — 1976-77 23-11 — 1977-78 20-11 — 1978-79 21-10 — 1979-80 10-17 — 1980-81 12-16 — 1981-82 18-18 — 1982-83 20-17 1-4 1983-84 14-14 5-6 1984-85 13-14 8-4 1985-86 11-15 5-5 1986-87 8-18 3-9 1987-88 5-22 2-12 1988-89 6-21 1-13 1989-90 11-17 7-7 1990-91 13-15 8-6 1991-92 18-11 12-6 1992-93 11-16 7-11 1993-94 14-13 11-7 1994-95 10-17 9-9 1995-96 14-13 9-9 1996-97 17-11 11-5 1997-98 18-9 11-5 1998-99 18-11 12-6 1999-00 13-15 9-9 2000-01 6-21 4-16 2001-02 14-15 12-8 2002-03 15-13 13-7 2003-04 19-12 11-5 2004-05 20-10 13-3 2005-06 20-9 13-9 2006-07 24-9 16-0 2007-08 19-10 13-3 2008-09 22-11 14-2 2009-10 15-16 9-7 2010-11 8-20 5-11 2011-12 7-21 5-11

Post. — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — WNIT — — — — — NCAA — NCAA — WNIT — — —


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UTSA ROADRUNNERS

ROADRUNNER BITS

QUICK FACTS

Location:................................... San Antonio, Texas Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2012 Enrollment:...................................................... 30,968 Founded:...............................................................1969 Nickname:.............................................Roadrunners Colors:....................Navy Blue, Orange and White President:.....................................Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director:.............................. Lynn Hickey Athletic Department:..................(210) 458-4161 Ticket Office:....................................(210) 458-8872 Web Site:...................................www.goUTSA.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach.................................. Rae Rippetoe-Blair Basketball Office.............................. (210) 458-4171 School’s All-Time Record....439-433 (.503), 31 yrs

n UTSA returns three starters and 11 letterwinners from last year’s squad that went 8-21 overall

and 4-12 in Southland Conference play.

n The Roadrunners are led by head coach Rae Rippetoe-Blair, who will open her 13th season at

the helm. Rippetoe-Blair is the winningest coach in program history with a 200-159 mark in the Alamo City.

n Kamra King led the team and was the Southland’s top scoring freshman (10.6 ppg). In addition,

she ranked fourth in the league with 1.9 steals per contest, while her .766 free throw percentage ranked ninth.

n The

Roadrunners return much of their post presence from a season ago that ranked second in the Southland and 37th nationally with 4.8 blocks per game. Whitney Wright led the group with 1.7 swats per contest to rank fourth in the league and 75th in the nation.

n Last season, Rippetoe-Blair achieved a pair of coaching milestones by notching her 300th career

victory along with her 200th win at UTSA.

2011-12 Record.......................................... 8-21 (.276) 2011-12 SLC Record........................4-12 (6th West)

n In

Arena..............................Convocation Center (2,650) Arena Record.................... 266-162 (.621), 31 years

n UTSA

NCAA Appearances.....................................................2 NCAA Record..................................................0-2 (.000) WNIT Appearances......................................................0 WNIT Record...................................................0-0 (.000)

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................ 11/3 Starters Returning/Lost........................................3/2

CONVOCATION CENTER

addition to four newcomers, UTSA returns Whitney York and Mannasha Bell, who missed most (Bell) or all (York) of last season with injuries.

will face San Jose State, Seattle U and Utah State for the first time this season and the Birds own a collective 55-68 mark against the rest of the WAC.

Date Opponent Nov. 9 UT-Pan American Nov. 12 Concordia Nov. 16 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Nov. 18 at Wichita State Nov. 23 $Austin Peay Nov. 25 $William & Mary Nov. 27 at Houston Dec. 2 San Francisco Dec. 5 at TCU Dec. 8 UNLV Dec. 20 at Rice Dec. 29 *at Utah State Dec. 31 *at San Jose State Jan. 3 *New Mexico State Jan. 5 *Denver Jan. 10 *at UT Arlington Jan. 12 *at Louisiana Tech Jan. 19 *at Texas State

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 24 *Seattle U Jan. 26 *Idaho Jan. 31 *at Denver Feb. 2 *at New Mexico State Feb. 7 *Louisiana Tech Feb. 9 *UT Arlington Feb. 16 *Texas State Feb. 28 *at Idaho March 2 *at Seattle U March 7 *San Jose State March 9 *Utah State March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

$ - UTSA Thanksgiving Classic (San Antonio) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

ROADRUNNER ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Ricardo Romo President

Gregg Michel Faculty Representative

Lynn Hickey Athletics Director

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Time 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. TBD

Liz Dalton Deputy AD/SWA

Jordan Korphage SID


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UTSA COACHING STAFF

Rae Rippetoe-Blair Alma Mater: Oklahoma State, ‘85 Overall Record: 307-203 (.602),17 years School Record: 200-159 (.557), 12 years

HEAD COACH FILE n Rae Rippetoe-Blair is in her 13th season as head coach at UTSA, the longest tenure for any head coach in school history. n She owns a 307-203 record in 17 seasons as a head coach. She put together a 107-44 record in five campaigns at Phillips University (1987-92) and is 200-159 through 12 seasons at UTSA. n Her 200 wins with the Roadrunners are the most in program history, while her .557 winning percentage ranks second in school annals. Her 200 wins account for nearly 46 percent of UTSA’s all-time victories. n The Roadrunners have averaged 16.6 wins per season under Rippetoe-Blair, including a school-record 24 wins in the 2008-09 season. n She has mentored 25 all-conference selections, including seven first-teamers, four Southland Conference Newcomers of the Year, two Southland Freshmen of the Year, two Southland Student-Athletes of the Year, four Southland All-Academic selections and a pair of CoSIDA Academic All-District honorees. n Rippetoe-Blair has led the Roadrunners to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances after claiming the first conference tournament titles in program history (2008, 2009). n Rippetoe-Blair is a three-time Southland Coach of the Year (2001, 2003, 2009). n Last season, she reached a pair of coaching milestones with her 200th win at UTSA and 300th career win. COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall 1987-88 Phillips 15-11 1988-89 Phillips 18-11 1989-90 Phillips 29-7 1990-91 Phillips 23-8 1991-92 Phillips 22-7 2000-01 UTSA 16-13 16-12 2001-02 UTSA 2002-03 UTSA 18-11 2003-04 UTSA 15-14 2004-05 UTSA 16-12 2005-06 UTSA 18-12 2006-07 UTSA 14-16 2007-08 UTSA 23-10 2008-09 UTSA 24-9 2009-10 UTSA 16-14 2010-11 UTSA 16-15 2011-12 UTSA 8-21 Overall Record Phillips Record UTSA Record

Conf. (Finish) — — — — — 13-7 (4th) 15-5 (3rd) 17-3 (1st) 10-6 (4th) 10-6 (5th) 11-5 (3rd) 9-7 (T-4th West) 12-4 (3rd West) 14-2 (T-1st West) 10-6 (3rd West) 11-5 (T-1st West) 4-12 (6th West)

307-203 (.602)/17 years 107-44 (.820)/12 years 200-159 (.563)/17 years

Postseason — — — — — — — — — — — — NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 — — —

Lubomyr Lichonczak Idaho ‘78 11th Year 49 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES

Deidra Johnson Oklahoma State ‘04 1st Year

KC Cowgill Missouri State ‘05 1st Year


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UTSA TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Whitney Wright

Kamra KinG

Whitney York

G, 5-6, So.

C, 6-3, Sr.

G, 5-5, Sr.

Led the team and was the Southland Conference’s top scoring freshman, averaging 10.4 points to go along with 2.9 boards and 1.9 assists per game ... reached double-figure scoring 16 times, including seven of the last nine games ... ranked fourth in the Southland in steals (1.9), fifth in minutes played (35.0) and ninth in free throw percentage (76.6) ... scored a career-high 21 points twice.

Appeared in all 29 games last year, starting 25 ... averaged career bests with 6.0 points, 5.7 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game ... ranked fourth in the Southland and 75th in the nation in blocks ... notched six blocks against UT-Pan American on Dec. 21 to help UTSA set a program record with 14 ... recorded two double-doubles ... as a sophomore in 2010-11, averaged 2.4 points and 1.8 rebounds per game ... played in 28 games off the bench as a freshman, averaging 4.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game ... scored a career-high 15 points at Southeastern Louisiana on Feb. 6, 2010.

Missed the last two seasons with injuries ... appeared in 29 games in 2009-10, making 28 starts ... named second team All-Southland after leading the team with 15.0 points, 3.0 assists and 1.9 steals per game ... led the team in scoring 14 times and reached doublefigures 22 times, including six outings of 20 points or more ... scored a career-high 27 points against Louisiana Tech on Dec. 30, 2009 ... appeared in eight games in 2008-09 before suffering a season-ending injury ... as a freshman in 2007-08, started all 33 games and reached double-figure scoring 15 times.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2009-10 28-0 133-4.8 79 4 17 2010-11 27-2 66-2.4 48 2 3 2011-12 29-25 173-6.0 165 12 14 Totals 84-27 372-4.4 292 18 34

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2007-08 33-33 316-9.6 89 80 45 2008-09 8-7 47-5.9 19 24 11 2009-10 29-28 435-15.0 113 88 56 Totals 70-68 798-11.4 221 174 112

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2011-12 29-28 302-10.4 84 56 56 Totals 29-28 302-10.4 84 56 56

No. 1 2 3 4 10 11 12 15 21 23 24 32 33 34 55

2012-13 ROSTER

Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Miki Turner G 5-7 Jr. Mathilde Hergott G/F 5-10 Fr. Jermini Malone G 5-2 Sr. Jalisa Montgomery F 5-9 Sr. Kamra King G 5-6 So. Jenny Menz F 5-11 So. Niaga Mitchell-Cole G/F 5-10 Fr. Simone Young G 5-8 Sr. Akunna Elonu F 5-9 Fr. Whitney York G 5-5 Sr. Ashley Spaletta G 5-9 So. Whitney Wright C 6-3 Sr. Mannasha Bell F 5-11 Fr. Lyndi Thorman F 6-3 Sr. Cori Cooper F 6-1 Sr.

Exp. TR RS 2L 1L 1L 1L HS 1L HS 2L 1L 3L RS 2L 3L

TEAM PROFILE Top Returnees Mannasha Bell Cori Cooper Kamra King *Jermini Malone Ashley Spaletta Whitney Wright **Whitney York Simone Young

Hometown (Last School) Houston, Texas (Blinn College) Jonage, France (Lycee Jean Mermoz of Montpellier) Saline, La. (Saline) Little Rock, Ark. (Arkansas Baptist) Norman, Okla. (Norman) Jena, Germany (Johann Christoph Friedrich Gutsmuths) San Antonio, Texas (Roosevelt) Marion, Ark. (Arkansas Baptist) Houston, Texas (Alief Elsik) Bryan, Texas (Bryan) Magnolia, Ark. (Magnolia) Springer, Okla. (Healdton) Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside) Macomb, Ill. (Western Illinois) Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove)

UTSA CAMPUS Pts. Rebs. Asts. 8.2 7.8 0.3 4.7 3.3 0.4 10.4 2.9 1.9 4.8 2.6 2.9 5.7 2.4 0.8 6.0 5.7 0.4 15.0 3.9 3.0 6.3 2.8 2.4

*stats from 2010-11 season **stats from 2009-10 season Key Losses Ashley Gardner Judy Jones

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 8.7 5.7 1.4 10.1 7.0 1.8

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MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director ................................................ Kyle Stephens Women’s Basketball Contact ....Jordan Korphage Address ............................................One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249-0691 Office Number ................................ (210) 458-4930 Korphage’s Cell Number ............ (210) 501-4006 Korphage’s E-Mail .jordan.korphage@utsa.edu Fax Number ..................................... (210) 458-4569 Press Row .......................................... (210) 458-4566

Media Outlets

San Antonio Express-News: Jerry Briggs Office: (210) 250-3373 Fax: (210) 250-3351 The Paisano: Office: (210) 690-9301

Richard Castillo Fax: (210) 690-3423

KENS-TV (CBS): Office: (210) 366-5001

David Flores Fax: (210) 377-8757


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UTSA 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 8-21

Home: 7-10

Road: 1-11

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg 29-28 1014-35.0 79-231 .342 33-118 .280 111-145 .766 10-74 84-2.9 66-1 56 75 6 56 302-10.4 King, Kamra Jones, Judy 29-17 784-27.0 97-272 .357 1-13 .077 99-165 .600 55-147 202-7.0 103-8 52 121 28 53 294-10.1 Gardner, Ashley 20-20 658-32.9 64-194 .330 20-62 .323 25-28 .893 39-74 113-5.7 30-1 28 49 12 16 173-8.7 Bell, Mannasha 9-9 254-28.2 26-70 .371 0-1 .000 22-40 .550 31-39 70-7.8 20-1 3 20 4 14 74-8.2 Young, Simone 28-24 809-28.9 55-202 .272 9-57 .158 56-80 .700 10-67 77-2.8 80-3 68 94 10 27 175-6.3 29-25 576-19.9 64-154 .416 3-23 .130 42-61 .689 43-122 165-5.7 114-13 12 66 48 14 173-6.0 Wright, Whitney Spaletta, Ashley 29-1 592-20.4 53-182 .291 40-152 .263 19-33 .576 16-55 71-2.4 34-1 23 34 5 19 165-5.7 Cooper, Cori 27-15 386-14.3 48-99 .485 0-0 .000 32-43 .744 59-31 90-3.3 64-3 10 35 2 14 128-4.7 0-0 .000 13-29 .448 25-43 68-2.5 46-0 6 34 8 9 83-3.1 Montgomery, Jalisa 27-3 262-9.7 35-79 .443 Thorman, Lyndi 27-1 281-10.4 17-65 .262 1-7 .143 14-20 .700 20-38 58-2.1 25-0 4 15 13 6 49-1.8 Waturuocha, Ijeoma 21-2 116-5.5 9-36 .250 0-9 .000 7-13 .538 14-22 36-1.7 7-0 1 8 1 2 25-1.2 Menz, Jenny 16-0 68-4.3 2-12 .167 1-5 .200 2-3 .667 4-4 8-0.5 7-0 2 5 1 2 7-0.4 TEAM 55-45 100-3.4 1-0 5 29 549-1596 .344 108-447 .242 442-660 .670 381-761 1142-39.4 597-31 265 561 138 232 1648-56.8 UTSA Opponents 29 614-1626 .378 125-392 .319 454-681 .667 380-773 1153-39.8 564-0 290 501 88 245 1807-62.3 Southland Games: 4-12

Home: 3-5

Road: 1-7

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg 16-8 454-28.4 60-153 .392 1-9 .111 65-112 .580 42-94 136-8.5 62-5 36 60 12 28 186-11.6 Jones, Judy King, Kamra 16-15 563-35.2 47-140 .336 20-74 .270 65-87 .747 8-49 57-3.6 37-0 34 40 3 23 179-11.2 Gardner, Ashley 16-16 513-32.1 48-156 .308 16-54 .296 21-24 .875 30-58 88-5.5 23-0 24 40 8 11 133-8.3 Cooper, Cori 16-15 303-18.9 37-81 .457 0-0 .000 24-31 .774 51-27 78-4.9 45-2 9 26 1 12 98-6.1 16-12 296-18.5 36-84 .429 1-7 .143 16-22 .727 14-58 72-4.5 63-8 7 34 22 10 89-5.6 Wright, Whitney Young, Simone 16-12 463-28.9 28-102 .275 7-28 .250 18-27 .667 4-36 40-2.5 42-0 38 54 4 11 81-5.1 16-0 284-17.8 24-79 .304 18-64 .281 5-12 .417 5-33 38-2.4 20-1 14 19 3 10 71-4.4 Spaletta, Ashley Montgomery, Jalisa 15-0 137-9.1 20-41 .488 0-0 .000 11-18 .611 14-32 46-3.1 22-0 3 19 8 5 51-3.4 1-3 .333 4-8 .500 7-17 24-1.7 12-0 2 2 8 4 27-1.9 Thorman, Lyndi 14-1 127-9.1 11-33 .333 Waturuocha, Ijeoma 9-1 44-4.9 2-15 .133 0-5 .000 3-7 .429 3-9 12-1.3 3-0 0 2 1 0 7-0.8 Menz, Jenny 6-0 16-2.7 1-5 .200 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-2 2-0.3 1-0 1 1 0 0 3-0.5 33-23 56-3.5 2 TEAM UTSA 16 314-889 .353 65-247 .263 232-348 .667 211-438 649-40.6 330-16 168 299 70 114 925-57.8 Opponents 16 332-894 .371 73-233 .313 248-375 .661 198-427 625-39.1 303-0 158 262 40 130 985-61.6

2011-12 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Nov. 11 Missouri (1076)

L, 50-70

Feb. 8

*at Southeastern La. (446)

L, 63-64

Nov. 14 at TCU (2720)

L, 30-65

Feb. 11 *at Stephen F. Austin (721)

L, 64-73

Feb. 15 *McNeese State (804)

L, 54-65 L, 62-68

Nov. 18 FIU (935)

W, 61-54

Nov. 22 at UNLV (416)

L, 67-74

Feb. 18 *at Nicholls (201)

Nov. 25 !South Alabama (568)

L, 42-54

Feb. 22 *A&M-Corpus Christi (1296) W, 72-58

Nov. 26 !Detroit (1126) Nov. 30 at USC (414) Dec. 4

Houston (761)

Dec. 9

Wichita State (766)

Dec. 20 @Creighton (575) Dec. 21 @UT-Pan American (543)

W, 59-55 L, 56-74 W, 70-59

Feb. 25 *at Texas State (1195)

L, 67-87

Feb. 29 *Central Arkansas (685)

L, 50-62

March 3 *UT Arlington (2611)

L, 65-75

L, 56-69 L, 53-54 W, 68-54

Dec. 28 at SMU (447)

L, 65-69

Dec. 30 Rice (536)

L, 46-71

Jan. 7

*Sam Houston State (520)

L, 50-63

Jan. 11

*at A&M-Corpus Christi (894) W, 58-38

Jan. 14

*Stephen F. Austin (648)

Jan. 18

*at Northwestern State (431) L, 57-61

Jan. 21

*Texas State (858)

Jan. 28

*at Sam Houston State (321) L, 55-67

Feb. 1

*at UT Arlington (6228)

L, 40-51

Feb. 4

*Lamar (1031)

L, 51-54

! - UTSA Thanksgiving Classic (San Antonio) @ - UTSA Holiday Classic (San Antonio) *Southland game

W, 50-46 W, 67-53

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Year Record Conference Post. 1981-82 16-11 — — 1982-83 17-10 — — 1983-84 21-6 7-1 — 1984-85 18-10 9-1 — 1985-86 18-9 — — 1986-87 18-8 — — 1987-88 12-16 — — 1988-89 9-17 — — 1989-90 12-16 — — 1990-91 18-12 — — 1991-92 4-23 — — 1992-93 11-15 6-12 — 1993-94 5-21 2-16 — 1994-95 7-19 2-16 — 1995-96 8-18 4-14 — 1996-97 14-13 7-10 — 1997-98 18-10 9-7 — 1998-99 6-20 3-15 — 1999-00 7-20 3-15 — 2000-01 16-13 13-7 — 2001-02 16-12 15-5 — 2002-03 18-11 17-3 — 2003-04 15-14 10-6 — 2004-05 16-12 10-6 — 2005-06 18-12 11-5 — 2006-07 14-16 9-7 — 2007-08 23-10 12-4 NCAA 0-1 24-9 14-2 NCAA 0-1 2008-09 2009-10 16-14 10-6 — 2010-11 16-15 11-5 — 2011-12 8-21 4-12 —


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TEXAS STATE BOBCATS

QUICK FACTS

BOBCAT BITS

Location:......................................San Marcos, Texas Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2012 Enrollment:...................................................... 34,229 Founded:...............................................................1899 Nickname:.......................................................Bobcats Colors:........................................... Maroon and Gold President:............................... Dr. Denise M. Trauth Athletics Director:............................. Dr. Larry Teis Athletic Department:..................(512) 245-2114 Ticket Office:....................................(512) 245-2272 Web Site:...................... www.txstatebobcats.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach......................................Zenarae Antoine Basketball Office.............................. (512) 245-3832 School’s All-Time Record....660-622 (.515), 46 yrs 2011-12 Record........................................17-14 (.548) 2011-12 SLC Record...........................8-8 (3rd West) Arena.................................. Strahan Coliseum (7,200) Arena Record..................... 255-142 (.642), 30 years NCAA Appearances.....................................................2 NCAA Record..............................................................0-2 WNIT Appearances......................................................1 WNIT Record...............................................................1-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................8/6 Starters Returning/Lost........................................4/1

STRAHAN COLISEUM

n Texas

State posted an eight-game improvement in wins last year with 17 victories compared to nine in 2010-11. It marked the second-best turnaround in school history.

n The

Bobcats return their top two leading scorers from last year in Diamond Ford and Ashley Ezeh, who averaged 18.5 and 14.5 points per game, respectively, a year ago.

n Ford led the Southland Conference and was 31st in the country in scoring. n Ford finished the season with 572 points, the fourth-best single-season total in school history.

She ranks eighth on the all-time career scoring list at Texas State (1,262).

n Ezeh ranked 33rd in the NCAA last year in field goal percentage (.503). n Zenarae

Antoine finished with the most wins in a single season by a first-year head coach at Texas State with 17, tying Dana Craft, who finished 17-17 in 1977-78.

n Texas

State led the Southland in scoring at 68.0 points per game, which ranked 65th in the NCAA.

n In 2011-12, the Bobcats were 7-0 in games Ashley Ezeh recorded a double-double. n Texas

State was nearly unbeatable when scoring more than 70 points last year, going 13-2 in those games.

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 9 Belmont Nov. 12 at North Texas Nov. 20 Rice Nov. 25 TCU Nov. 28 at Oklahoma State Dec. 1 at UTEP Dec. 6 Huston-Tillotson Dec. 15 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Dec. 18 Kennesaw State Dec. 22 at Houston Dec. 29 *at San Jose State Dec. 31 *at Utah State Jan. 3 *Denver Jan. 5 *New Mexico State Jan. 10 *at Louisiana Tech Jan. 12 *at UT Arlington Jan. 19 *UTSA

Time 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. noon 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 24 *Idaho Jan. 26 *Seattle U Jan. 31 *at New Mexico State Feb. 2 *at Denver Feb. 7 *UT Arlington Feb. 9 *Louisiana Tech Feb. 16 *at UTSA Feb. 20 at Houston Baptist Feb. 28 *at Seattle U March 2 *at Idaho March 7 *Utah State March 9 *San Jose State March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

BOBCAT ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Denise Trauth President

Dr. Paul Gowens Faculty Representative

Dr. Larry Teis Athletics Director

Tracy Shoemake Associate AD/SWA

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Time 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. TBD


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TEXAS STATE COACHING STAFF

ZenArae Antoine Alma Mater: Colorado State, ‘98 Overall Record: 17-14 (.548), 1 year School Record: Same

HEAD COACH FILE n Zenerae Antoine enters her second season as the head coach at Texas State. n Last year, she tied a Texas State record with 17 wins her first year as head coach. n Antoine had the second biggest turnaround from year to year in program history, as Texas State had eight more wins her first year than the previous season. n Under her guidance, Texas State was the top scoring team in the Southland Conference her first year. n Antoine recruited the No. 76 class in the country according to Dan Olsen. n She led Texas State to its first Southland Conference Tournament appearance since 2008. n Antoine led Texas State to its first Southland Conference Tournament game win since 2003. n Under her guidance, Texas State scored 90+ points in back-to-back games for the first time since 2008.

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

n Antoine came to Texas State from Arkansas, where she served as an assistant from 2007-11. n Prior to Arkansas, she coached at Louisville from 2003-07 and signed Angel McCoughtry, a three-time WBCA/State Farm All-American, the No. 1 draft pick in the 2009 WNBA Draft and the WNBA Rookie of the Year.

Sue Serafini Massachusetts ‘90 2nd Year

n During her playing career at Colorado State, Antoine was a three-year starter for the Rams. n CSU went 24-6 and reached the NCAA second round during her senior season.

ASSISTANT COACHES

n Antoine is married to Ronald Antoine, the wide receivers coach at Fresno State. They have twin sons, Zavier and Zachary. COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall Conf. (Finish) 2011-12 Texas State 17-14 8-8 (3rd) Overall Record

Postseason — Chandra Dorsey Ole Miss ‘01 2nd Year

17-14 (.)/1 year

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TEXAS STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

DIAMOND FORD

ASHLEY EZEH

KAYLAN MARTIN

F, 6-0, Jr.

G, 5-9, Sr.

G, 5-6, Jr.

Named to the Southland Conference third team last year as a sophomore when she averaged 14.5 points and 8.0 rebounds per contest ... ranked 30th nationally with a 50 percent field goal percentage ... posted seven double-doubles on the year ... had eight games of 11 or more rebounds ... grabbed a career-high 14 boards against Sam Houston State on Jan. 18 ... scored 20 or more points in seven games ... went 10-of-11 from the field against Nicholls on Feb. 4 ... scored a career-high 26 points at UT Arlington on Jan. 28 ... scored 24 points to go with 12 rebounds against Kennesaw State on Dec. 19 ... played in 28 games, making three starts, as a freshman in 2010-11.

Named first team All-Southland after leading the league in overall scoring (18.5) and scoring in conference games only (19.2) last season ... scored 572 points, the fourth-best single-season total in Texas State history ... became the 13th player in school history to eclipse the 1,000-point mark, finishing with 1,262 points, which ranks eighth ... had 14 games of 20 or more points, including two games of 30 or more points ... finished the year with the best free throw percentage in school history (.864) ... All-Southland honorable mention pick as a sophomore in 2010-11 ... played in 25 games, starting 13, as a freshman in 2009-10.

Played in all 31 games, starting the last 14 ... made a season-high 10 free throws against Stephen F. Austin on Feb. 1 ... scored a season-high 16 points and dished out seven assists at UT Arlington on Jan. 28 ... had a season-best eight assists at Central Arkansas on Feb. 8 ... came away with four steals in just 12 minutes in the season opener against Texas Lutheran on Nov. 11 ... transferred to Texas State from Evansville, where she started 29 of 30 games as a freshman in 2009-10 ... ranked second on the team in steals (38) and third in scoring (6.7) ... scored in double-figures seven times.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 28-3 155-5.5 96 8 20 2011-12 31-31 451-14.5 248 23 22 Totals 59-34 606-10.3 344 31 42

o. N 00 1 2 3 11 14 15 21 24 25 32 35 42 45

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2009-10 25-13 275-11.0 91 26 24 2010-11 29-26 415-14.3 121 46 21 2011-12 31-31 572-18.5 135 65 45 Totals 85-70 1262-14.8 347 137 90

2012-13 ROSTER

Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Kaylan Martin G 5-6 Jr. Ayriel Anderson G 5-3 Fr. Morgan Passino F 6-2 Sr. Diamond Ford G 5-9 Sr. Bree Dawson G 5-10 Sr. Taylor McGilbra G 5-8 Jr. Jasmine Baugus G 5-10 Jr. Kileah Mays F 6-2 So. Raven Burns G 5-7 Fr. Jaimie Grace F 6-1 Fr. Demi Clinch F 5-10 Jr. Erin Peoples F 6-0 Fr. Jacqueline Jeffcoat F 6-2 Jr. Ashley Ezeh F 6-0 Jr.

TEAM PROFILE

Exp. 1L HS HS 3L 3L 1L 2L TR HS HS 2L HS TR 2L

Hometown (Last School) Pflugerville, Texas (Evansville) Irving, Texas (MacArthur) Dripping Springs, Texas (Dripping Springs) Houston, Texas (Hightower) San Antonio, Texas (Stevens) Houston, Texas (Boise State) Kileen,Texas (Killeen) Duncanville, Texas (Iowa State) Missouri City, Texas (Bellaire) Austin, Texas (Westlake) Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch) Little Rock, Ark. (Parkview) Dallas, Texas (Oklahoma) Houston, Texas (Bush)

TEXAS STATE CAMPUS

Top Returnees Jasmine Baugus Demi Clinch Ashley Ezeh Diamond Ford Kaylan Martin

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 4.6 2.9 0.7 8.2 4.7 1.1 14.5 8.0 0.7 18.5 4.4 2.1 5.1 2.5 2.7

Key Losses Kelsey Krupa India Johnson Verinus Kalu

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 6.9 4.2 1.0 2.9 1.7 2.8 4.9 6.4 0.7

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 61 52 38 2009-10* 29-29 193-6.7 2011-12 31-14 158-5.1 76 84 39 Totals 60-43 351-5.9 137 136 77 *stats from Evansville

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director .....................................................Rick Poulter Women’s Basketball Contact ..... Rob Beuerlein Address ................................... 601 University Drive San Marcos, TX 78666 Office Number ................................ (512) 245-4692 Beuerlein’s Cell Number ............ (832) 279-0327 Beuerlein’s E-Mail ..................... rb60@txstate.edu Fax Number ..................................... (512) 245-2967 Press Row .......................................... (512) 245-5532

Media Outlets

San Marcos Daily Record: Office: (512) 392-2458 University Star: Office: (512) 245-3489

Randy Stevens

Cameron Irvine Fax: (512) 245-3708

New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung: Chris Hoffman Office: (830) 625-9144 Fax: (830) 625-1224 Hays Free Press: Office: (512) 268-7862

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TEXAS STATE 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 17-14

Home: 11-4

Road: 5-9

Neutral: 1-1

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Ford, Diamond 31-31 1108-35.7 195-467 .418 61-190 .321 121-140 .864 27-108 135-4.4 67-1 65 90 16 45 572-18.5 Ezeh, Ashley 31-31 884-28.5 177-352 .503 0-0 .000 97-150 .647 91-157 248-8.0 93-5 23 97 16 22 451-14.5 Clinch, Demi 30-20 758-25.3 81-227 .357 39-126 .310 46-59 .780 47-93 140-4.7 82-5 32 34 19 19 247-8.2 31-25 895-28.9 64-197 .325 42-136 .309 45-58 .776 38-93 131-4.2 39-0 30 40 2 22 215-6.9 Krupa, Kelsey Martin, Kaylan 31-14 602-19.4 43-155 .277 13-65 .200 59-92 .641 14-62 76-2.5 53-1 84 71 3 39 158-5.1 Kalu, Verinus 30-17 463-15.4 59-156 .378 7-29 .241 21-35 .600 77-115 192-6.4 92-4 20 57 10 49 146-4.9 Baugus, Jasmine 31-0 511-16.5 46-138 .333 14-54 .259 37-58 .638 26-63 89-2.9 38-0 21 31 3 20 143-4.6 Johnson, India 31-17 622-20.1 36-123 .293 0-4 .000 18-37 .486 8-45 53-1.7 39-0 88 63 1 20 90-2.9 McGilbra, Taylor 9-0 77-8.6 4-16 .250 3-10 .300 7-8 .875 2-5 7-0.8 5-0 14 18 1 6 18-2.0 Calabrese, Shelby 14-0 101-7.2 7-37 .189 6-27 .222 7-10 .700 4-10 14-1.0 3-0 3 4 0 3 27-1.9 Dawson, Bree 16-0 77-4.8 9-26 .346 4-14 .286 2-4 .500 7-12 19-1.2 9-0 3 6 1 2 24-1.5 Brown, Chesney 16-0 87-5.4 8-21 .381 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 5-11 16-1.0 6-0 1 4 2 0 16-1.0 Terry, Allyson 4-0 16-4.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1-0.3 3-0 0 2 0 0 0-0.0 TEAM 66-82 148-4.8 7 Texas State 31 729-1916 .380 189-655 .289 460-654 .703 413-856 1269-40.9 529-16 384 524 74 247 2107-68.0 Opponents 31 769-1998 .385 131-448 .292 413-614 .673 469-884 1353-43.6 563-0 375 527 115 254 2082-67.2 Southland Games: 8-8

Home: 6-2

Road: 2-6

GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg Player 16-16 595-37.2 97-243 .399 33-103 .320 80-91 .879 12-61 73-4.6 36-1 33 38 5 22 307-19.2 Ford, Diamond Ezeh, Ashley 16-16 471-29.4 91-189 .481 0-0 .000 54-83 .651 37-90 127-7.9 50-4 15 54 5 12 236-14.8 Clinch, Demi 16-11 417-26.1 44-122 .361 17-64 .266 21-27 .778 22-55 77-4.8 53-4 12 14 14 8 126-7.9 Krupa, Kelsey 16-16 513-32.1 32-102 .314 17-60 .283 29-40 .725 24-54 78-4.9 20-0 18 28 2 15 110-6.9 Martin, Kaylan 16-12 419-26.2 30-104 .288 8-42 .190 38-64 .594 13-47 60-3.8 34-1 53 52 1 22 106-6.6 Baugus, Jasmine 16-0 240-15.0 20-61 .328 5-19 .263 28-42 .667 12-27 39-2.4 20-0 8 13 0 5 73-4.6 Kalu, Verinus 15-5 221-14.7 20-67 .299 2-9 .222 13-23 .565 39-51 90-6.0 49-2 9 32 4 15 55-3.7 Johnson, India 16-4 256-16.0 20-50 .400 0-1 .000 10-18 .556 4-25 29-1.8 20-0 40 33 0 7 50-3.1 Calabrese, Shelby 6-0 27-4.5 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 6-6 1.000 0-2 2-0.3 1-0 0 3 0 1 8-1.3 Brown, Chesney 8-0 28-3.5 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 2-4 6-0.8 3-0 0 0 0 0 2-0.3 Dawson, Bree 8-0 13-1.6 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0.0 3-0 0 1 0 0 1-0.1 TEAM 33-45 78-4.9 3 Texas State 16 356-949 .375 82-302 .272 280-398 .704 198-461 659-41.2 289-12 188 271 31 107 1074-67.1 Opponents 16 409-1064 .384 65-228 .285 225-336 .670 251-471 722-45.1 331-0 188 246 57 128 1108-69.2

2011-12 RESULTS

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Nov. 11

Texas Lutheran (2,541)

W, 85-28

Feb. 4

*Nicholls State (1,061)

Nov. 14

Concordia (1,049)

Nov. 18

at UT-Pan American (1,912) W, 66-61

W, 63-50

Feb. 8

*at Central Arkansas (1,025) L, 75-81

Feb. 11

Nov. 21

Air Force (778)

*UT Arlington (1,176)

L, 69-77

Feb. 15

*at TAMU-Corpus Christi (896) W, 74-61

Nov. 25

North Texas (784)

L, 43-61

Feb. 18

*at Stephen F. Austin (903)

Nov. 30

at Texas Tech (6,188)

Dec. 6

Huston-Tillotson (3,527)

Dec. 16

at Rice (483)

Dec. 19

at Kennesaw State (538)

W, 72-70

March 3 *at Sam Houston State (568) L, 54-68

Dec. 21

at Belmont (201)

W, 71-66

March 6 @vs. Sam Houston State (932) W, 74-66

Dec. 28

Houston Baptist (1,125)

W, 86-61

March 8 @vs. McNeese State (894)

Dec. 31

at UTEP (1,351)

L, 58-81

Jan. 3

St. Thomas (665)

W, 92-50

*Southland Game

Jan. 7

*Northwestern State (740)

W, 70-68

@ - Southland Tournament (Katy, Texas)

Jan. 14

*at McNeese State (855)

Jan. 18

*Sam Houston State (915)

Jan. 21

*at UTSA (858)

Jan. 25

*TAMU-Corpus Christi (925) W, 73-67

Jan. 28

*at UT Arlington (385)

W, 90-73

Feb. 1

*Stephen F. Austin (1,067)

W, 95-87

L, 74-83 L, 46-61 L, 59-81

L, 40-85

Feb. 22

*Southeastern Louisiana (949) W, 67-63

W, 102-69

Feb. 25

*UTSA (1,195)

L, 66-73

Feb. 29

*at Lamar (752)

L, 41-72 W, 66-53 L, 53-67

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W, 87-67 L, 50-56

L, 46-76

RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference Post. — 1984-85 16-12 5-6 1985-86 10-18 2-8 — 1986-87 15-13 5-5 — 1987-88 13-14 4-10 — 1988-89 11-15 5-9 — — 1989-90 16-11 6-8 1990-91 14-14 8-6 — 1991-92 17-12 13-5 — 1992-93 19-8 15-3 — 1993-94 20-8 13-5 — 1994-95 17-11 11-7 — 1995-96 18-10 14-4 — 1996-97 17-12 11-5 NCAA 0-1 — 1997-98 5-21 5-11 1998-99 5-21 3-15 — 1999-00 18-11 12-6 — 2000-01 10-18 7-13 — 2001-02 12-16 9-11 — 2002-03 18-14 14-6 NCAA 0-1 2003-04 8-19 8-8 — 2004-05 14-14 11-5 — 2005-06 17-11 9-7 — 2006-07 18-12 11-5 — 2007-08 21-11 14-2 — 2008-09 12-16 6-10 — 2009-10 7-20 3-13 — 2010-11 9-20 4-12 — 2011-12 17-14 8-8 —


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UTAH STATE AGGIES

QUICK FACTS

AGGIE BITS

Location:.....................................................Logan, Utah Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2005 Enrollment:..........................................................28,994 Founded:.................................................................. 1888 Nickname:............................................................ Aggies Colors:.........................................Navy Blue and White President:................................................Stan Albrecht Athletics Director:................................. Scott Barnes Athletic Department:..................... (435) 797-1850 Ticket Office:....................................... (435) 797-0305 Web Site:........................www.utahstateaggies.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

n Jerry

Finkbeiner takes the reigns as Utah State’s ninth head women’s basketball coach. Finkbeiner added assistant coaches Micha Vandervort and Robert Donaldson, while Stu Sells is in his second season at USU.

n Last

season, Utah State ranked third in the nation in free throw percentage (79.6), fourth in three-point field goal percentage (38.4), 19th in field goal percentage (43.6), 21st in scoring (72.4) and 23rd in assists (15.5).

n Ashlee

Brown and Devyn Christensen both earned first team All-WAC honors. Brown was the WAC Defensive Player of the Year and was also named to the All-Defensive team.

n The Aggies posted a program-record 11 WAC wins last year.

Head Coach.......................................Jerry Finkbeiner Basketball Office.............................. (435) 797-8130

n Christensen

School’s All-Time Record....255-383 (.400), 24 yrs School’s All-Time WAC Record....49-61 (.445), 7 yrs Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles............ 0 Number of WAC Tournament Titles................... 0

n Brown, who ranked fourth in the league in WAC games in assists (4.1) and sixth in scoring (14.4),

2011-12 Record........................................21-10 (.677) 2011-12 WAC Record................................11-3 (2nd) Arena...............Dee Glen Smith Spectrum (10,270) Arena Record..................... 123-136 (.475), 10 years NCAA Appearances.....................................................0 NCAA Record............................................................ N/A WNIT Appearances......................................................2 WNIT Record...............................................................1-2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................7/7 Starters Returning/Lost........................................3/2

DEE GLEN SMITH SPECTRUM

led the league in scoring in WAC games, averaging 20.6 points. She also set the Utah State single-season free throw percentage record (86.1). was the first Utah State player to earn first team All-WAC honors two-straight seasons.

n Utah

State welcomes nine newcomers, including four transfers that will have to sit out the 2012-13 season. Freshmen Makenlee Williams, Haylee Thompson and Stephanie Bairstow, junior Tanja Steed and senior Cristal Turner also join the Aggies this season and will be eligible to play in 2012-13.

2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 12 at Utah Valley Nov. 15 at UC Riverside Nov. 17 at Loyola Marymount Nov. 20 @vs. Prairie View A&M @vs. NDSU/UAA Nov. 21 Nov. 27 at Utah Dec. 1 Montana State Dec. 4 at Brigham Young Dec. 8 at Notre Dame Dec. 18 UC Irvine Dec. 20 South Dakota Dec. 29 *UTSA Dec. 31 *Texas State Jan. 3 *at Seattle U Jan. 5 *at Idaho Jan. 12 *at San Jose State Jan. 17 *New Mexico State *Denver Jan. 19

Time 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 2:30/5 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. noon 7 p.m. noon 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 24 *at UT Arlington Jan. 26 *at Louisiana Tech Jan. 31 *Idaho Feb. 2 *Seattle U *San Jose State Feb. 9 Feb. 14 *at Denver Feb. 16 *at New Mexico State Feb. 28 *Louisiana Tech March 2 *UT Arlington March 7 *at Texas State March 9 *at UTSA March 12-16 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

@ - Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska) *WAC Game All times local/subject to change

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Stan Albrecht President

Ken White Faculty Representative

Scott Barnes Athletics Director

Jana Doggett Executive Associate AD/SWA

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Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. TBD

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UTAH STATE COACHING STAFF

Jerry Finkbeiner Alma Mater: Southern Nazarene, ‘80 Overall Record: 474-242 (.662), 23 years School Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n Jerry Finkbeiner is in his first season at the helm at Utah State, having been named head women’s basketball coach on April 26, 2012. He is the ninth head coach in 23 years of Aggie women’s basketball. n Finkbeiner (pronounced Fink-by-ner) has a 474-242 (.662) record in 22 years as a collegiate head coach at Oral Roberts (1996-2012), Southern Nazarene (1991-96) and Northwest Nazarene (1985-86). n He ranks 29th among active coaches with 474 career wins, while his 66.2 percent winning percentage ranks 41st nationally. n Finkbeiner led the Golden Eagles to seven Summit League (formerly Mid-Continent Conference) regular season and tournament titles and six 20-win seasons, including three consecutive 20-win campaigns, a first for the program in more than three decades. n At ORU, Finkbeiner coached five All-Americans, eight conference players of the year, five conference newcomers of the year and 26 all-conference selections. He was named conference coach of the year twice during his ORU tenure. n He earned a bachelor’s degree from Southern Nazarene and a master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State, both in physical education. COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall 1985-86 Northwest Nazarene 13-14 1990-91 Southern Nazarene 26-8 1991-92 Southern Nazarene 31-3 1992-93 Southern Nazarene 30-5 1993-94 Southern Nazarene 34-0 1994-95 Southern Nazarene 30-2 1995-96 Southern Nazarene 35-2 1996-97 Oral Roberts 13-14 1997-98 Oral Roberts 7-20 1998-99 Oral Roberts 17-13 1999-00 Oral Roberts 12-16 2000-01 Oral Roberts 20-11 2001-02 Oral Roberts 13-16 2002-03 Oral Roberts 18-10 17-13 2003-04 Oral Roberts 2004-05 Oral Roberts 22-9 2005-06 Oral Roberts 16-12 2006-07 Oral Roberts 22-11 2007-08 Oral Roberts 19-14 2008-09 Oral Roberts 13-17 2009-10 Oral Roberts 23-10 2010-11 Oral Roberts 23-11 2011-12 Oral Roberts 20-11 Overall Record Oral Roberts Record Southern Nazarene Record Northwest Nazarene Record

Conf. (Finish) Postseason 5-5

— — — 8-8 (5th) 11-5 (T-2nd) 6-8 (T-4th) 7-7 (T-5th) 9-7 (T-5th) 10-6 (4th) 10-6 (3rd) 8-6 (3rd) 10-6 (6th) 4-12 (8th) 15-3 (1st) 16-2 (1st) 14-4 (2nd)

474-242 (.662)/23 years 275-208 (.569)/16 years 186-20 (.903)/6 years 13-14 (.481)/1 year

— — NCAA 0-1 — NCAA 0-1 — — — NCAA 0-1 — NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 — WNIT 0-1 WNIT 2-1 WNIT 0-1

ASSISTANT COACHES

Robert Donaldson Northwest Nazarene ‘81 1st Year 57 WACSports.com

Stu Sells Northwest Nazarene 2nd Year

Micha Thompson Pensacola College ‘06 1st Year


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UTAH STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Jenna Johnson

Devyn Christensen

Jennifer Schlott

G, 5-6, Sr.

G, 5-10, Sr.

G, 5-6, Jr.

Named first team All-WAC last season after averaging 15.1 points ... named to the WBCA All-Region 7 Team ... broke the WAC and USU single-season records for free throw percentage (89.8) ... ranked fifth in the WAC in scoring (15.1) and seventh in steals (1.9) ... tied a career high with 27 points at Nevada on Feb. 16 ... named to the Academic All-WAC and USU Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar Athlete teams ... played in all 33 games, starting 14, as a sophomore in 2010-11 ... averaged 12.1 points, 2.4 assists, 2.2 rebounds and 1.5 steals ... as a freshman in 2009-10, played in 21 games.

Played in 30 games last season, starting 26 ... averaged 5.8 points and 3.2 rebounds per game ... tied for eighth in the WAC in steals, averaging 1.6 ... tied her career high with six steals twice – against Utah Valley on Jan. 7 and vs. San Jose State on March 3 ... scored a careerhigh 17 points twice – at Fresno State on Feb. 18 and against Nevada in the WAC Tournament on March 7 ... played and started all 33 games as a sophomore in 2010-11, averaging 6.6 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.0 steals per game ... as a freshman in 2009-10, played in 19 games, averaging 1.1 points ... three-time Academic All-WAC honoree.

Played in all 31 games last season, starting 11 ... averaged 5.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game ... scored a career-high 17 points against Boise State on Nov. 23 ... had eight double-figure scoring games ... had a career-high five steals five at UC Irvine on Nov. 19 ... as a freshman in 2010-11, played in 32 games, averaging 3.7 points and 1.2 rebounds ... scored in double-digits three times ... two-time Academic All-WAC and Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete selection.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2009-10 21-0 42-2.0 11 5 4 2010-11 33-14 399-12.1 73 78 51 2011-12 31-24 467-15.1 65 63 58 Totals 85-38 908-10.7 149 146 113

o. N 2 3 4 11 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 32 40 42 44 50 54

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2009-10 19-0 21-1.1 12 5 5 2010-11 33-33 219-6.6 101 72 71 2011-12 30-26 175-5.8 95 52 47 Totals 82-59 415-5.1 208 129 123

2012-13 ROSTER

Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Exp. Elise Nelson G 5-8 So. 1L Jennifer Schlott G 5-6 Jr. 2L Devyn Christensen G 5-6 Sr. 3L Jenna Johnson G 5-10 Sr. 3L Mariah Miles G 5-7 So. TR Makenlee Williams G 6-0 Fr. HS Haylee Thompson F 6-1 Fr. HS Addison Moore G 5-9 So. SQ Pualei Furtado G 5-5 Sr. 3L Stephanie Bairstow F 6-2 Fr. HS Jasmine Porter G 6-1 Jr. TR Cristal Turner G 6-2 Sr. TR Kali Roche F 6-0 Jr. TR Banna Diop C 6-6 Sr. 3L Franny Vaaulu C 6-2 So. 1L Kelsey Corcoran F 6-2 So. TR Tanja Steed C 6-7 Jr. TR

TEAM PROFILE

Hometown (Last School) Springfield, Ore. (Thurston) Mesa, Ariz. (Mountain View) Caldwell, Idaho (Vallivue) Wasilla, Alaska (Wasilla) Geary, Okla. (Oral Roberts) Syracuse, Utah (Syracuse) Hailey, Idaho (Wood River) Layton, Utah (Layton) Kaneohe, Hawaii (Kamehameha) Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (Mansfield State) Layton, Utah (San Diego State) Maidstone, England (Oral Roberts) Parma, Idaho (Utah Valley) Dakar, Senegal (Kurashiki Suisho) Los Angeles, Calif. (Warren) Middletown, Va. (Winthrop) Cairns, Australia (Carl Albert JC)

UTAH STATE CAMPUS

Top Returnees Devyn Christensen Jenna Johnson Elise Nelson Banna Diop Jennifer Schlott Franny Vaaulu

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 15.1 2.1 2.0 5.8 3.2 1.8 3.0 2.2 1.5 3.3 2.8 0.4 5.8 1.4 2.4 2.7 3.0 0.6

Key Losses Ashlee Brown Maddy Plunkett Brooke Jackson

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 15.1 8.9 3.5 10.2 4.3 1.2 11.6 4.1 1.8

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 32-0 117-3.7 37 28 21 2011-12 31-11 181-5.8 43 72 27 Totals 63-11 298-4.7 80 100 48

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director .............................................. Doug Hoffman Women’s Basketball Contact ........... Kara Fisher Address ....................................... 7400 Old Main Hill Logan, UT 84322-7400 Office Number ................................ (435) 797-1361 Fisher’s Cell Number .................... (435) 757-8184 Fisher’s E-Mail .......................kara.irving@usu.edu Fax Number ..................................... (435) 797-2615 Press Row .......................................... (435) 797-3443

Media Outlets

Associated Press................................... Doug Alden Office: (801) 322-3405.............Fax: (801) 322-0051 Logan Herald Journal..................Shawn Harrison Office: (435) 752-2121.............Fax: (435) 753-6642 Salt Lake Tribune......................................Kyle Goon Office: (801) 257-8900.............Fax: (801) 257-8950 Deseret News..................................... Kraig Williams Office: (801) 237-2161.............Fax: (801) 237-2543 Ogden Standard-Examiner Office: (801) 625-4261.............Fax: (801) 625-4299 Utah Statesman.....................................Tavin Stucki Office: (435) 797-1761.............Fax: (435) 797-1760

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UTAH STATE 2011-12 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 21-10

Home: 11-3

Road: 9-6

Neutral: 1-1

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg 31-31 945-30.5 151-370 .408 0-1 .000 166-214 .776 110-165 275-8.9 46-0 108 57 42 62 468-15.1 Brown, Ashlee Christensen, Devyn 31-24 876-28.3 153-334 .458 64-167 .383 97-108 .898 9-56 65-2.1 48-0 63 72 5 58 467-15.1 Jackson, Brooke 31-15 859-27.7 114-233 .489 47-114 .412 86-97 .887 39-88 127-4.1 72-2 58 55 7 42 361-11.6 Plunkett, Maddy 23-16 523-22.7 94-195 .482 36-76 .474 10-15 .667 22-77 99-4.3 40-0 28 19 5 21 234-10.2 Schlott, Jennifer 31-11 621-20.0 54-135 .400 18-55 .327 55-67 .821 8-35 43-1.4 33-0 72 69 1 27 181-5.8 30-26 672-22.4 69-150 .460 1-7 .143 36-53 .679 37-58 95-3.2 63-1 52 63 13 47 175-5.8 Johnson, Jenna Diop, Banna 29-8 346-11.9 41-101 .406 2-7 .286 13-20 .650 28-53 81-2.8 38-0 13 31 19 6 97-3.3 Nelson, Elise 31-17 548-17.7 31-83 .373 0-0 .000 31-44 .705 24-44 68-2.2 25-0 44 37 3 23 93-3.0 31-2 397-12.8 42-103 .408 0-2 .000 0-3 .000 25-68 93-3.0 55-1 18 30 22 29 84-2.7 Vaaulu, Franny Furtado, Pualei 23-1 184-8.0 15-39 .385 5-20 .250 12-15 .800 2-12 14-0.6 19-0 11 14 0 6 47-2.0 Imai, Kamie 20-0 102-5.1 9-24 .375 0-0 .000 6-8 .750 5-10 15-0.8 4-0 11 14 0 8 24-1.2 Burns, Chelsea 5-4 54-10.8 1-5 .200 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 3-5 8-1.6 3-0 1 6 0 2 4-0.8 Grooms, Xava 16-0 55-3.4 3-9 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-7 9-0.6 7-0 2 6 1 0 6-0.4 18-2.6 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 0-0.0 4-0 1 5 0 0 2-0.3 Mays, Reyneisha 7-0 TEAM 46-41 87-2.9 14 31 777-1783 .436 173-451 .384 516-648 .796 360-719 1079-34.8 457-4 482 492 118 331 2243-72.4 Utah State Opponents 31 775-1823 .425 180-572 .315 327-477 .686 416-715 1131-36.5 518-0 455 588 99 261 2057-66.4 WAC Games: 11-3

Home: 5-2

Road: 6-1

Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3P-3PA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Rebs-Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk St Pts-Avg 54-57 .947 3-26 29-2.1 19-0 39 37 2 33 289-20.6 Christensen, Devyn 14-14 461-32.9 97-188 .516 41-93 .441 Brown, Ashlee 14-14 417-29.8 64-157 .408 0-0 .000 73-99 .737 47-73 120-8.6 22-0 57 20 22 26 201-14.4 Jackson, Brooke 14-4 384-27.4 61-108 .565 21-52 .404 26-28 .929 22-41 63-4.5 30-1 29 27 2 18 169-12.1 Plunkett, Maddy 9-9 240-26.7 41-88 .466 16-37 .432 1-2 .500 4-32 36-4.0 15-0 14 8 3 12 99-11.0 14-14 332-23.7 36-80 .450 0-3 .000 22-32 .688 22-32 54-3.9 37-1 26 31 8 25 94-6.7 Johnson, Jenna Schlott, Jennifer 14-2 262-18.7 22-60 .367 14-29 .483 26-33 .788 3-15 18-1.3 12-0 32 26 1 11 84-6.0 Vaaulu, Franny 14-1 186-13.3 24-49 .490 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 6-38 44-3.1 23-0 6 15 8 12 48-3.4 Diop, Banna 13-1 123-9.5 13-29 .448 1-3 .333 3-6 .500 10-18 28-2.2 16-0 6 11 7 1 30-2.3 14-11 274-19.6 11-35 .314 0-0 .000 6-11 .545 13-21 34-2.4 15-0 22 21 1 10 28-2.0 Nelson, Elise Furtado, Pualei 11-0 77-7.0 5-10 .500 0-3 .000 7-7 1.000 1-8 9-0.8 5-0 6 3 0 1 17-1.5 Imai, Kamie 7-0 27-3.9 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 1-3 4-0.6 0-0 3 4 0 1 4-0.6 Mays, Reyneisha 4-0 6-1.5 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 0-0.0 2-0 1 2 0 0 2-0.5 Grooms, Xava 7-0 11-1.6 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-0.1 1-0 1 2 0 0 2-0.3 20-15 35-2.5 0-9 0 TEAM Utah State 14 376-810 .464 93-220 .423 222-282 .787 152-323 475-33.9 197-2 242 216 54 150 1067-76.2 14 365-837 .436 79-249 .317 141-209 .675 184-309 493-35.2 231-0 217 262 40 115 950-67.9 Opponents

RECENT RESULTS

2011-12 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Nov. 11

at Wyoming (3,709)

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

W, 62-56

Nov. 13

at South Dakota St. (1,512)

Nov. 16

Weber State (545)

Nov. 19

at UC Irvine (418)

Nov. 23

Boise State (460)

Nov. 25 Nov. 30

Result

Jan. 28

*at Idaho (474)

W, 78-70

L, 73-84

Feb. 2

*at San Jose State (522)

W, 78-73

W, 73-63

Feb. 4

*at Hawai‘i (1,945)

W, 69-55

W, 69-64

Feb. 9

*Louisiana Tech (948)

W, 97-86

Feb. 11

*New Mexico State (822)

W, 57-45

UC Riverside (454)

W, 71-68

Feb. 16

*at Nevada (519)

W, 84-72

at Montana (2,576)

L, 60-61

Feb. 18

*at Fresno State (3,386)

Dec. 2

at Montana State (1,554)

L, 61-78

Feb. 25

*Idaho (604)

Dec. 10

at Idaho State (998)

L, 65-67

March 1 *Hawai‘i (532)

W, 85-64

Dec. 17

Brigham Young (551)

L, 65-73

March 3 *San Jose State (863)

W, 84-71

Dec. 19

Northern Arizona (1,500)

W, 70-51

March 7 %vs. No. 7 Nevada (699)

W, 75-66

Dec. 22

at Boise State (684)

W, 64-52

March 9 %vs. No. 3 LA Tech (897)

L, 69-73

Jan. 3

Asbury (310)

W, 83-53

March 15 @at Utah (658)

L, 58-69

Jan. 7

Utah Valley (508)

W, 61-43

Jan. 12

*at NM State (3,264)

W, 74-56

*WAC Game

Jan. 14

*at Louisiana Tech (4,099)

W, 79-62

%WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

Jan. 19

*Fresno State (466)

Jan. 21

*Nevada (715)

L, 67-90

@WNIT (Salt Lake City, Utah)

W, 91-69

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Result

L, 76-82

L, 60-78 W, 85-63

Year Record Conference Post. 1972-73 17-3 — — 1973-74 12-2 8-0 — 1974-75 14-6 10-3 — 1975-76 12-9 10-3 — 1976-77 12-12 9-4 — 1977-78 9-14 8-5 — 1978-79 14-10 5-8 — 1979-80 13-15 5-5 — 1980-81 12-19 5-5 — 1981-82 12-20 6-4 — 1982-83 3-22 — — 1983-84 2-23 — — 1984-85 9-19 3-9 — 1985-86 3-28 0-12 — 1986-87 1-26 0-12 — 5-22 5-13 Big West (8th) — 2003-04 2004-05 14-14 9-9 Big West (6th) — 2005-06 3-24 2-14 WAC (9th) — 2006-07 11-18 7-9 WAC (6th) — 2007-08 9-20 5-11 WAC (7th) — 2008-09 16-15 9-7 WAC (T-5th) — 2009-10 13-17 5-11 WAC (7th) — 2010-11 18-15 10-6 WAC (3rd) WNIT 2011-12 21-10 11-3 WAC (2nd) WNIT


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2011-12 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS – ALL To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 50 percent of their team’s games. SCORING ## Player-Team YR G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg/G 1. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU SR 30 217 11 158 603 20.1 2. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS SO 34 217 45 92 571 16.8 3. Kevorken, Kate-NEV SR 30 166 63 86 481 16.0 4. Brown, Ashlee-USU SR 31 151 0 166 468 15.1 5. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 31 153 64 97 467 15.1 6. Charlston, Alyssa-UI SO 32 172 19 101 464 14.5 7. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU SR 30 148 61 59 416 13.9 8. Wampler, Tabytha-NMSU SR 30 150 20 78 398 13.3 9. Jackson, Kamilah-UH SO 30 121 10 143 395 13.2 10. Moult, Rosie-FS JR 32 145 94 35 419 13.1 REBOUNDING ## Player-Team 1. Jackson, Kamilah-UH 2. Wampler, Tabytha-NMSU 3. Brown, Ashlee-USU 4. Charlston, Alyssa-UI 5. Broaden, Myesha-SJSU 6. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU 7. Bramble-Donaldson, S-TECH 8. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS 9. Williams, Kayla-NEV 10. Kevorken, Kate-NEV

YR SO SR SR SO SR SR SR SO SR SR

G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G 30 94 223 317 10.6 30 72 197 269 9.0 31 110 165 275 8.9 32 94 189 283 8.8 30 87 161 248 8.3 30 69 175 244 8.1 32 73 187 260 8.1 34 89 156 245 7.2 26 57 124 181 7.0 30 51 146 197 6.6

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 3.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G FG FGA 1. Bramble-Donaldson, S-TECH SR 32 142 281 2. Williams, Kayla-NEV SR 26 132 268 3. Jackson, Brooke-USU SR 31 114 233 4. Charlston, Alyssa-UI SO 32 172 354 5. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS SO 34 217 462 6. Brennan, Chanelle-NEV JR 30 115 246 7. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 31 153 334 8. Kevorken, Kate-NEV SR 30 166 373 9. Broaden, Myesha-SJSU SR 30 97 223 10. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU SR 30 217 502

Pct .505 .493 .489 .486 .470 .467 .458 .445 .435 .432

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G FTM FTA Pct 1. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 31 97 108 .898 2. Jackson, Brooke-USU SR 31 86 97 .887 3. Sharp, Danika-NEV SO 30 65 80 .813 4. Frazier, Whitney-TECH FR 32 85 107 .794 5. Brown, Ashlee-USU SR 31 166 214 .776 6. Wampler, Tabytha-NMSU SR 30 78 104 .750 7. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU SR 30 158 224 .705 8. Kevorken, Kate-NEV SR 30 86 123 .699 9. Jackson, Kamilah-UH SO 30 143 205 .698 10. Williams, Kayla-NEV SR 26 69 100 .690 ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. Bendolph, Jasmine-TECH 2. Johnson, Amanda-NEV 3. Karr, Krissy-UI 4. Wideman, Arielle-NEV 5. Thompson, Taylor-FS 6. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU 7. Brown, Ashlee-USU 8. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS 9. Campanero, Alissa-UH 10. Parrish, Madison-FS STEALS ## Player-Team 1. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS 2. Moult, Rosie-FS 3. Thompson, Taylor-FS

YR SR SR FR SO SO SR SR SO FR FR YR SO JR SO

G 32 30 29 30 34 30 31 34 30 34

Ast Avg/G 181 5.66 126 4.20 115 3.97 110 3.67 124 3.65 109 3.63 108 3.48 100 2.94 87 2.90 87 2.56

G 34 32 34

Stl Avg/G 97 2.85 78 2.44 77 2.26

4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU Brown, Ashlee-USU Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea-SJSU Christensen, Devyn-USU Johnson, Brittany-SJSU Johnson, Jenna-USU Brennan, Chanelle-NEV

SR SR FR JR SR JR JR

30 31 30 31 30 30 30

63 62 60 58 47 47 46

2.10 2.00 2.00 1.87 1.57 1.57 1.53

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 1.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G 3FG FGA Pct 1. Jackson, Brooke-USU SR 31 47 114 .412 2. Parrish, Madison-FS FR 34 49 127 .386 3. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 31 64 167 .383 4. Bendolph, Jasmine-TECH SR 32 53 139 .381 5. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU SR 30 61 161 .379 6. Goldberg, Blakely-FS SR 34 39 105 .371 7. Kevorken, Kate-NEV SR 30 63 176 .358 8. Felton, Angie-TECH SR 31 32 90 .356 9. Moult, Rosie-FS JR 32 94 269 .349 10. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS SO 34 45 131 .344 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE ## Player-Team YR 1. Moult, Rosie-FS JR 2. Kevorken, Kate-NEV SR 3. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 4. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU SR 5. Barr, Stacey-UI FR 6. Bendolph, Jasmine-TECH SR 7. Campanero, Alissa-UH FR 8. Jackson, Brooke-USU SR 9. Parrish, Madison-FS FR 10. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS SO BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team 1. Williams, Kayla-NEV 2. Walters, Ashley-UI 3. Arbuckle, Breanna-UH 4. Brown, Ashlee-USU 5. Broaden, Myesha-SJSU 6. Charlston, Alyssa-UI 7. Johnson, Aja-NEV 8. Shiels, Adrie-UI 9. Anderson, Tavasha-TECH 10. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU

YR SR SO SR SR SR SO FR SR SO SR

G 32 30 31 30 31 32 30 31 34 34 G 26 30 30 31 30 32 30 31 29 30

3FG 94 63 64 61 62 53 48 47 49 45

Avg/G 2.94 2.10 2.06 2.03 2.00 1.66 1.60 1.52 1.44 1.32

Blk 45 47 45 42 36 33 26 26 24 23

Avg/G 1.73 1.57 1.50 1.35 1.20 1.03 0.87 0.84 0.83 0.77

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Minimum 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team YR G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 1. Thompson, Taylor-FS SO 34 124 3.6 58 1.7 2.14 2. Brown, Ashlee-USU SR 31 108 3.5 57 1.8 1.89 3. Bendolph, Jasmine-TECH SR 32 181 5.7 99 3.1 1.83 4. Johnson, Amanda-NEV SR 30 126 4.2 74 2.5 1.70 5. Wideman, Arielle-NEV SO 30 110 3.7 89 3.0 1.24 6. Karr, Krissy-UI FR 29 115 4.0 96 3.3 1.20 7. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU SR 30 109 3.6 117 3.9 0.93 MINUTES PLAYED ## Player-Team 1. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU 2. Campanero, Alissa-UH 3. Bendolph, Jasmine-TECH 4. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU 5. Karr, Krissy-UI 6. Kevorken, Kate-NEV 7. Moult, Rosie-FS 8. Arendse, Keri-UI 9. Broaden, Myesha-SJSU 10. Jackson, Kamilah-UH

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YR SR FR SR SR FR SR JR SR SR SO

G 30 30 32 30 29 30 32 32 30 30

Min Avg/G 1095 36.50 1080 36.00 1117 34.91 1032 34.40 959 33.07 981 32.70 1032 32.25 1031 32.22 949 31.63 948 31.60


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2011-12 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS – WAC To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 50 percent of their team’s games. SCORING ## Player-Team YR G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg/G 1. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 14 97 41 54 289 20.6 2. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU SR 14 99 4 80 282 20.1 3. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS SO 14 84 13 42 223 15.9 4. Charlston, Alyssa-UI SO 14 87 8 35 217 15.5 5. Kevorken, Kate-NEV SR 14 70 28 40 208 14.9 6. Brown, Ashlee-USU SR 14 64 0 73 201 14.4 7. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU SR 14 70 28 26 194 13.9 Brennan, Chanelle-NEV JR 14 72 10 40 194 13.9 9. Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea-SJSU FR 14 60 10 53 183 13.1 10. Wampler, Tabytha-NMSU SR 14 73 9 24 179 12.8 REBOUNDING ## Player-Team 1. Jackson, Kamilah-UH 2. Charlston, Alyssa-UI 3. Bramble-Donaldson, S-TECH 4. Wampler, Tabytha-NMSU 5. Brown, Ashlee-USU 6. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU Broaden, Myesha-SJSU 8. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS 9. Arbuckle, Breanna-UH 10. Kevorken, Kate-NEV

YR SO SO SR SR SR SR SR SO SR SR

G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G 14 42 107 149 10.6 14 41 100 141 10.1 14 38 93 131 9.4 14 34 88 122 8.7 14 47 73 120 8.6 14 27 90 117 8.4 14 36 81 117 8.4 14 41 71 112 8.0 14 19 73 92 6.6 14 28 62 90 6.4

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 3.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G FG FGA 1. Jackson, Brooke-USU SR 14 61 108 2. Bramble-Donaldson, S-TECH SR 14 74 139 3. Rozendaal, Kelsie-NMSU SR 14 43 81 4. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 14 97 188 5. Broaden, Myesha-SJSU SR 14 56 110 6. Charlston, Alyssa-UI SO 14 87 171 7. Farley, Bree-FS SO 14 42 86 8. Thompson, Taylor-FS SO 14 49 102 9. Brennan, Chanelle-NEV JR 14 72 154 10. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS SO 14 84 189 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G FTM FTA 1. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 14 54 57 2. Campanero, Alissa-UH FR 14 30 33 3. Frazier, Whitney-TECH FR 14 38 45 4. Sharp, Danika-NEV SO 14 29 37 5. Johnson, Brittany-SJSU SR 14 80 106 6. Brown, Ashlee-USU SR 14 73 99 7. Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea-SJSU FR 14 53 72 8. Jackson, Kamilah-UH SO 14 53 74 9. Kevorken, Kate-NEV SR 14 40 57 10. Brennan, Chanelle-NEV JR 14 40 59 ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. Bendolph, Jasmine-TECH 2. Johnson, Amanda-NEV 3. Karr, Krissy-UI 4. Brown, Ashlee-USU 5. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU 6. Wideman, Arielle-NEV Moore, Ki-Ki-FS 8. Thompson, Taylor-FS Campanero, Alissa-UH 10. Parrish, Madison-FS STEALS ## Player-Team 1. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS 2. Thompson, Taylor-FS 3. Christensen, Devyn-USU

YR SR SR FR SR SR SO SO SO FR FR YR SO SO JR

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Ast Avg/G 95 6.79 65 4.64 61 4.36 57 4.07 54 3.86 44 3.14 44 3.14 41 2.93 41 2.93 40 2.86

G 14 14 14

Stl Avg/G 51 3.64 44 3.14 33 2.36

Pct .565 .532 .531 .516 .509 .509 .488 .480 .468 .444 Pct .947 .909 .844 .784 .755 .737 .736 .716 .702 .678

4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU Moult, Rosie-FS Brown, Ashlee-USU Johnson, Jenna-USU Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea-SJSU Brennan, Chanelle-NEV Frazier, Whitney-TECH Goldberg, Blakely-FS

SR JR SR JR FR JR FR SR

14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

28 27 26 25 25 24 23 23

2.00 1.93 1.86 1.79 1.79 1.71 1.64 1.64

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 1.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G 3FG FGA Pct 1. Thompson, Taylor-FS SO 14 21 40 .525 2. Schlott, Jennifer-USU SO 14 14 29 .483 3. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 14 41 93 .441 4. Jackson, Brooke-USU SR 14 21 52 .404 5. Karr, Krissy-UI FR 14 20 52 .385 6. Weiks, Tayler-UI FR 13 16 42 .381 7. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU SR 14 28 79 .354 8. Arendse, Keri-UI SR 14 23 65 .354 9. Jones, Whitney-TECH SR 14 19 54 .352 10. Barr, Stacey-UI FR 13 27 78 .346 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE ## Player-Team YR 1. Christensen, Devyn-USU JR 2. Moult, Rosie-FS JR 3. Barr, Stacey-UI FR 4. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU SR Kevorken, Kate-NEV SR 6. Sanchez, Erica-NMSU SR Arendse, Keri-UI SR 8. Campanero, Alissa-UH FR 9. Jackson, Brooke-USU SR Thompson, Taylor-FS SO BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team 1. Walters, Ashley-UI 2. Brown, Ashlee-USU 3. Arbuckle, Breanna-UH 4. Charlston, Alyssa-UI Broaden, Myesha-SJSU 6. Adolpho, Kalei-UH Shiels, Adrie-UI 8. Burns, Emily-NEV 9. Moult, Rosie-FS 10. Anderson, Tavasha-TECH

YR SO SR SR SO SR FR SR FR JR SO

G 14 14 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 G 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 14 14 13

3FG 41 37 27 28 28 23 23 22 21 21

Avg/G 2.93 2.64 2.08 2.00 2.00 1.64 1.64 1.57 1.50 1.50

Blk 25 22 21 17 17 14 13 13 12 10

Avg/G 1.79 1.57 1.50 1.21 1.21 1.00 1.00 0.93 0.86 0.77

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Minimum 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team YR G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 1. Brown, Ashlee-USU SR 14 57 4.1 20 1.4 2.85 2. Johnson, Amanda-NEV SR 14 65 4.6 27 1.9 2.41 3. Bendolph, Jasmine-TECH SR 14 95 6.8 45 3.2 2.11 4. Karr, Krissy-UI FR 14 61 4.4 46 3.3 1.33 5. Wideman, Arielle-NEV SO 14 44 3.1 37 2.6 1.19 6. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU SR 14 54 3.9 51 3.6 1.06 7. Moore, Ki-Ki-FS SO 14 44 3.1 45 3.2 0.98 MINUTES PLAYED ## Player-Team 1. Plavljanin, Sara-SJSU 2. Campanero, Alissa-UH Johnson, Brittany-SJSU 4. Karr, Krissy-UI 5. Kevorken, Kate-NEV 6. Bendolph, Jasmine-TECH 7. Christensen, Devyn-USU Arendse, Keri-UI 9. Broaden, Myesha-SJSU 10. Thompson, Taylor-FS

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YR SR FR SR FR SR SR JR SR SR SO

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Min Avg/G 517 36.93 498 35.57 498 35.57 481 34.36 470 33.57 463 33.07 461 32.93 461 32.93 457 32.64 444 31.71


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2011-12 TEAM STATISTICS – ALL SCORING OFFENSE # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Nevada 4. Louisiana Tech 5. San Jose State 6. Idaho 7. Hawaii 8. New Mexico State

G 34 31 30 32 30 32 30 30

SCORING DEFENSE # Team 1. Fresno State 2. New Mexico State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Utah State 5. Hawaii 6. Idaho 7. San Jose State 8. Nevada

G 34 30 32 31 30 32 30 30

SCORING MARGIN # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. San Jose State 5. Idaho 6. Nevada 7. Hawaii 8. New Mexico State

G 34 31 32 30 32 30 30 30

OFF 74.9 72.4 66.6 64.4 61.9 67.5 58.9 53.8

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE # Team G 1. Utah State 31 2. New Mexico State 30 3. Hawaii 30 4. Nevada 30 5. San Jose State 30 6. Idaho 32 7. Fresno State 34 8. Louisiana Tech 32

FTM 516 327 472 383 435 378 369 377

FTA 648 469 677 570 657 571 559 583

Pct .796 .697 .697 .672 .662 .662 .660 .647

REBOUNDING MARGIN # Team 1. Hawaii 2. New Mexico State 3. Nevada 4. Fresno State 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Utah State 7. San Jose State 8. Idaho

G 30 30 30 34 32 31 30 32

Rbd 1187 1110 1174 1284 1218 1079 1208 1223

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G 1. Utah State 31 2. Fresno State 34 3. Nevada 30 4. Louisiana Tech 32 5. Idaho 32 6. San Jose State 30 7. New Mexico State 30 8. Hawaii 30

FG 777 923 752 797 702 693 583 591

FGA 1783 2205 1823 1936 1797 1778 1563 1592

Pct .436 .419 .413 .412 .391 .390 .373 .371

TURNOVER MARGIN # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. San Jose State 5. Idaho 6. Nevada 7. New Mexico State 8. Hawaii

G 34 31 32 30 32 30 30 30

TM 502 492 531 567 560 591 598 558

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Team G FG 1. San Jose State 30 725 2. Idaho 32 782 3. Hawaii 30 754 4. Louisiana Tech 32 762 5. New Mexico State 30 704 6. Fresno State 34 804 7. Utah State 31 775 8. Nevada 30 818

FGA 1946 2063 1930 1866 1720 1924 1823 1898

Pct .373 .379 .391 .408 .409 .418 .425 .431

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO # Team G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 1. Fresno State 34 559 16.4 502 14.8 1.11 2. Utah State 31 482 15.5 492 15.9 0.98 3. Louisiana Tech 32 472 14.8 531 16.6 0.89 4. Nevada 30 422 14.1 591 19.7 0.71 5. Idaho 32 384 12.0 560 17.5 0.69 6. San Jose State 30 369 12.3 567 18.9 0.65 7. Hawaii 30 319 10.6 558 18.6 0.57 8. New Mexico State 30 312 10.4 598 19.9 0.52

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G FG FGA 1. Utah State 31 173 451 2. Fresno State 34 332 970 3. Louisiana Tech 32 160 496 4. San Jose State 30 112 357 5. Idaho 32 200 639 6. Nevada 30 138 448 7. Hawaii 30 112 396 8. New Mexico State 30 120 435

Pct .384 .342 .323 .314 .313 .308 .283 .276

BLOCKED SHOTS # Team 1. Nevada 2. Idaho 3. Utah State 4. Hawaii 5. Louisiana Tech 6. San Jose State 7. New Mexico State 8. Fresno State

W-L 28-6 21-10 7-23 17-15 11-19 12-20 11-19 6-24

Pts 2114 1898 2120 2057 2011 2167 2069 2257

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Louisiana Tech 32 133 456 .292 2. New Mexico State 30 146 496 .294 3. San Jose State 30 220 729 .302 4. Fresno State 34 141 463 .305 5. Idaho 32 182 591 .308 6. Utah State 31 180 572 .315 7. Hawaii 30 210 632 .332 8. Nevada 30 173 469 .369

ASSISTS # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Nevada 5. San Jose State 6. Idaho 7. Hawaii 8. New Mexico State

G 34 31 32 30 30 32 30 30

Asts 559 482 472 422 369 384 319 312

Avg/G 16.44 15.55 14.75 14.07 12.30 12.00 10.63 10.40

Avg/G 62.2 63.3 66.2 66.4 67.0 67.7 69.0 75.2

REBOUNDING OFFENSE # Team G 1. San Jose State 30 2. Hawaii 30 3. Nevada 30 4. Idaho 32 5. Louisiana Tech 32 6. Fresno State 34 7. New Mexico State 30 8. Utah State 31

Reb 1208 1187 1174 1223 1218 1284 1110 1079

Avg/G 40.3 39.6 39.1 38.2 38.1 37.8 37.0 34.8

STEALS # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. San Jose State 4. Nevada 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Idaho 7. New Mexico State 8. Hawaii

G 34 31 30 30 32 32 30 30

Stls 420 331 300 241 239 204 176 149

Avg/G 12.35 10.68 10.00 8.03 7.47 6.38 5.87 4.97

DEF Margin 62.2 +12.7 66.4 +6.0 66.2 +0.3 69.0 -4.5 67.7 -5.8 75.2 -7.7 67.0 -8.2 63.3 -9.5

REBOUNDING DEFENSE # Team G 1. New Mexico State 30 2. Utah State 31 3. Hawaii 30 4. Fresno State 34 5. Nevada 30 6. Louisiana Tech 32 7. Idaho 32 8. San Jose State 30

Reb 1049 1131 1122 1328 1177 1269 1344 1272

Avg/G 35.0 36.5 37.4 39.1 39.2 39.7 42.0 42.4

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1. Nevada 2. Fresno State 3. San Jose State 4. New Mexico State 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Hawaii 7. Utah State 8. Idaho

G 30 34 30 30 32 30 31 32

No. 416 470 408 372 388 356 360 349

Avg/G 13.87 13.82 13.60 12.40 12.13 11.87 11.61 10.91

Avg Opp Avg Mar 39.6 1122 37.4 +2.2 37.0 1049 35.0 +2.0 39.1 1177 39.2 -0.1 37.8 1328 39.1 -1.3 38.1 1269 39.7 -1.6 34.8 1131 36.5 -1.7 40.3 1272 42.4 -2.1 38.2 1344 42.0 -3.8

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1. Hawaii 2. Idaho 3. San Jose State 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Nevada 6. New Mexico State 7. Fresno State 8. Utah State

G 30 32 30 32 30 30 34 31

No. 831 874 800 830 758 738 814 719

Avg/G 27.70 27.31 26.67 25.94 25.27 24.60 23.94 23.19

Avg OPP Avg Mar 14.8 744 21.9 +7.12 15.9 588 19.0 +3.10 16.6 563 17.6 +1.00 18.9 554 18.5 -0.43 17.5 445 13.9 -3.59 19.7 483 16.1 -3.60 19.9 429 14.3 -5.63 18.6 369 12.3 -6.30

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE # Team G 3FG 1. Fresno State 34 332 2. Idaho 32 200 3. Utah State 31 173 4. Louisiana Tech 32 160 5. Nevada 30 138 6. New Mexico State 30 120 7. Hawaii 30 112 San Jose State 30 112

Avg/G 9.76 6.25 5.58 5.00 4.60 4.00 3.73 3.73

Pts Avg/G 2547 74.9 2243 72.4 2025 67.5 2131 66.6 1933 64.4 1982 61.9 1766 58.9 1613 53.8

G 30 32 31 30 32 30 30 34

Blks 128 126 118 111 89 70 68 57

Avg/G 4.27 3.94 3.81 3.70 2.78 2.33 2.27 1.68

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2011-12 TEAM STATISTICS – WAC SCORING OFFENSE # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Nevada 4. San Jose State 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Idaho 7. Hawaii 8. New Mexico State

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Fresno State 14 50 180 .278 2. Louisiana Tech 14 57 190 .300 3. San Jose State 14 109 350 .311 4. Utah State 14 79 249 .317 5. Hawaii 14 95 299 .318 6. Idaho 14 75 231 .325 7. New Mexico State 14 77 229 .336 8. Nevada 14 86 228 .377

ASSISTS # Team 1. Utah State 2. Fresno State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. San Jose State 5. Nevada 6. Idaho 7. New Mexico State 8. Hawaii

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Asts 242 225 220 189 187 179 161 160

Avg/G 17.29 16.07 15.71 13.50 13.36 12.79 11.50 11.43

Avg/G 57.6 62.6 62.9 66.6 67.9 68.5 68.9 76.9

REBOUNDING OFFENSE # Team G 1. Hawaii 14 2. Louisiana Tech 14 3. San Jose State 14 4. Fresno State 14 5. Idaho 14 6. New Mexico State 14 7. Nevada 14 8. Utah State 14

Reb 574 558 543 537 528 514 510 475

Avg/G 41.0 39.9 38.8 38.4 37.7 36.7 36.4 33.9

STEALS # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. San Jose State 4. Nevada 5. Louisiana Tech 6. New Mexico State 7. Hawaii 8. Idaho

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Stls 191 150 134 116 108 83 73 70

Avg/G 13.64 10.71 9.57 8.29 7.71 5.93 5.21 5.00

DEF Margin 57.6 +19.0 67.9 +8.4 62.6 +2.5 68.9 -1.5 68.5 -4.1 66.6 -7.4 76.9 -7.9 62.9 -9.1

REBOUNDING DEFENSE # Team G 1. New Mexico State 14 2. Utah State 14 3. Fresno State 14 4. Hawaii 14 5. Nevada 14 6. Louisiana Tech 14 7. San Jose State 14 8. Idaho 14

Reb 482 493 529 530 535 539 552 579

Avg/G 34.4 35.2 37.8 37.9 38.2 38.5 39.4 41.4

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Nevada 3. Louisiana Tech 4. New Mexico State 5. Hawaii 6. San Jose State 7. Utah State 8. Idaho

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

No. 207 191 190 188 182 171 152 139

Avg/G 14.79 13.64 13.57 13.43 13.00 12.21 10.86 9.93

Opp Avg Mar 530 37.9 +3.1 482 34.4 +2.3 539 38.5 +1.4 529 37.8 +0.6 552 39.4 -0.6 493 35.2 -1.3 535 38.2 -1.8 579 41.4 -3.6

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1. Hawaii 2. Idaho 3. San Jose State 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Fresno State 6. New Mexico State 7. Utah State 8. Nevada

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

No. 392 389 372 368 330 326 323 319

Avg/G 28.00 27.79 26.57 26.29 23.57 23.29 23.07 22.79

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE # Team G 3FG 1. Fresno State 14 134 2. Idaho 14 102 3. Utah State 14 93 4. Nevada 14 69 5. Louisiana Tech 14 65 6. New Mexico State 14 58 7. Hawaii 14 54 8. San Jose State 14 53

Avg/G 9.57 7.29 6.64 4.93 4.64 4.14 3.86 3.79

W-L Pts Avg/G 13-1 1073 76.6 11-3 1067 76.2 3-11 967 69.1 6-8 943 67.4 8-6 912 65.1 6-8 902 64.4 6-8 830 59.3 3-11 753 53.8

SCORING DEFENSE # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Louisiana Tech 3. New Mexico State 4. Hawaii 5. Utah State 6. Idaho 7. San Jose State 8. Nevada

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

SCORING MARGIN # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. San Jose State 5. Idaho 6. Hawaii 7. Nevada 8. New Mexico State

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

OFF 76.6 76.2 65.1 67.4 64.4 59.3 69.1 53.8

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE # Team G 1. Utah State 14 2. Hawaii 14 3. San Jose State 14 4. New Mexico State 14 5. Nevada 14 6. Louisiana Tech 14 7. Idaho 14 8. Fresno State 14

FTM 222 196 204 119 192 151 136 131

FTA 282 277 290 177 289 236 217 215

Pct .787 .708 .703 .672 .664 .640 .627 .609

REBOUNDING MARGIN # Team 1. Hawaii 2. New Mexico State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Fresno State 5. San Jose State 6. Utah State 7. Nevada 8. Idaho

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Rbd 574 514 558 537 543 475 510 528

Avg 41.0 36.7 39.9 38.4 38.8 33.9 36.4 37.7

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G 1. Utah State 14 2. Fresno State 14 3. San Jose State 14 4. Idaho 14 5. Nevada 14 6. Louisiana Tech 14 7. New Mexico State 14 8. Hawaii 14

FG 376 404 343 332 353 348 288 290

FGA 810 944 809 798 860 875 756 798

Pct .464 .428 .424 .416 .410 .398 .381 .363

TURNOVER MARGIN # Team 1. Fresno State 2. Utah State 3. Louisiana Tech 4. Nevada 5. San Jose State 6. Idaho 7. Hawaii 8. New Mexico State

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

TM 189 216 226 240 250 242 247 278

Avg OPP Avg Mar 13.5 334 23.9 +10.36 15.4 262 18.7 +3.29 16.1 256 18.3 +2.14 17.1 228 16.3 -0.86 17.9 235 16.8 -1.07 17.3 190 13.6 -3.71 17.6 176 12.6 -5.07 19.9 207 14.8 -5.07

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Team G FG 1. San Jose State 14 336 2. Idaho 14 341 3. Hawaii 14 348 4. Louisiana Tech 14 317 5. New Mexico State 14 323 6. Fresno State 14 316 7. Utah State 14 365 8. Nevada 14 388

FGA 893 890 879 783 784 754 837 830

Pct .376 .383 .396 .405 .412 .419 .436 .467

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO # Team G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 1. Fresno State 14 225 16.1 189 13.5 1.19 2. Utah State 14 242 17.3 216 15.4 1.12 3. Louisiana Tech 14 220 15.7 226 16.1 0.97 4. Nevada 14 187 13.4 240 17.1 0.78 5. San Jose State 14 189 13.5 250 17.9 0.76 6. Idaho 14 179 12.8 242 17.3 0.74 7. Hawaii 14 160 11.4 247 17.6 0.65 8. New Mexico State 14 161 11.5 278 19.9 0.58

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G FG FGA 1. Utah State 14 93 220 2. Idaho 14 102 294 3. Fresno State 14 134 397 4. San Jose State 14 53 169 5. Nevada 14 69 223 6. Louisiana Tech 14 65 223 7. Hawaii 14 54 199 8. New Mexico State 14 58 231

Pct .423 .347 .338 .314 .309 .291 .271 .251

BLOCKED SHOTS # Team 1. Idaho 2. Nevada Utah State 4. Hawaii 5. New Mexico State 6. Louisiana Tech 7. San Jose State Fresno State

Pts 807 877 880 933 950 959 964 1077

G 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Blks Avg/G 61 4.36 54 3.86 54 3.86 53 3.79 37 2.64 33 2.36 30 2.14 30 2.14

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2011-12 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES ALL GAMES Points 32 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Nevada (1/28/12) 31 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at South Dakota State (11/13/11) 31 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs. Idaho (3/7/12) 30 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs. Southern Miss. (12/30/11) 30 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at San Jose State (02/02/12) 29 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs. Utah State (1/28/12) 29 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Hawaii (2/11/12) Field goals made 12 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Nevada (1/28/12) 12 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs. Utah State (1/28/12) 11 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs. American (11/26/11) 11 Kevorken, Kate (Nevada) vs. Mississippi State (12/30/11) 11 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) at Hawaii (01/21/12) 11 Moore, Ki-Ki (Fresno State) vs. Hawaii (1/28/12) 11 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs. Idaho (3/7/12) Field goal attempts 24 Kevorken, Kate (Nevada) vs. Mississippi State (12/30/11) 24 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs. Louisiana Tech (01/21/12) 23 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs. San Francisco (11/13/11) 23 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) at Boise State (12/11/11) 23 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs. Brown (12/31/11) Field goal percentage 1.000 (8-8) Johnson, Aja (Nevada) at CSU Bakersfield (1/10/12) .909 (10-11) Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs. Seattle U. (1/5/12) .818 (9-11) Jackson, Brooke (USU) vs. Boise State (11/23/11) .818 (9-11) Frazier, Whitney (LA Tech) vs. Tennessee Tech (12/21/11) .800 (8-10) Williams, Kayla (Nevada) vs. Utah State (2/16/12) Three-pointers made 9 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) vs. Seattle U. (1/11/12) 7 Plavljanin, Sara (SJSU) at Santa Clara (12/17/11) 6 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) at Pepperdine (11/18/11) 6 Sanchez, Erica (NM State) at San Jose State (01/19/12) 6 Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs. Utah State (1/28/12) 6 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) vs. Louisiana Tech (3/10/12) Three-pointers attempted 14 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) vs. Oregon (12/1/11) 14 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) vs. Georgetown (03/18/12) 13 Kevorken, Kate (Nevada) vs. Mississippi State (12/30/11) 13 Sanchez, Erica (NM State) at San Jose State (01/19/12) 13 Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs. Utah State (1/28/12) Three-point percentage Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs. Southern Miss. (12/30/11) 1.000 (5-5) 1.000 (5-5) Thompson, Taylor (Fresno State) at Nevada (2/11/12) .778 (7-9) Plavljanin, Sara (SJSU) at Santa Clara (12/17/11) .750 (9-12) Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) vs. Seattle U. (1/11/12) .714 (5-7) Christensen, Devyn (USU) at Hawaii (2/4/2012) Free throws made 16 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at San Jose State (02/02/12) 15 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at South Dakota State (11/13/11) 13 Arbuckle, Breanna (Hawaii) vs. Alcorn State (12/28/11) 12 Plavljanin, Sara (SJSU) vs. Northern Arizona (12/01/11) 12 Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs. Portland State (12/18/11) 12 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Southern Utah (1/3/12)

Free throw attempts 23 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at San Jose State (02/02/12) 20 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Southern Utah (1/3/12) 19 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at South Dakota State (11/13/11) 17 Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs. Portland State (12/18/11) 15 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs. Cal State Fullerton (12/22/11) 15 Arbuckle, Breanna (Hawaii) vs. Alcorn State (12/28/11) Free throw percentage 1.000 (12-12) Plavljanin, Sara (SJSU) vs. Northern Ariz. (12/01/11) 1.000 (11-11) Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs. Virginia (11/26/11) 1.000 (10-10) Parrish, Madison (Fresno State) vs. G’town (03/18/12) 1.000 (9-9) Christensen, Devyn (USU) at Nevada (2/16/12) 1.000 (8-8) Womack, Hannah (NM State) vs. Arizona (11/21/11) 1.000 (8-8) Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea (SJSU) at Santa Clara (12/17/11) 1.000 (8-8) Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea (SJSU) vs. Hawaii (01/14/12) 1.000 (8-8) Kevorken, Kate (Nevada) vs. San Jose State (1/28/12) 1.000 (8-8) Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea (SJSU) at Nevada (1/28/12) 1.000 (8-8) Broaden, Myesha (SJSU) at Idaho (3/1/12) Rebounds 20 Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs. Idaho (2/2/12) 19 Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs. Portland State (12/18/11) 19 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at Nevada (02/18/12) 18 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) at Houston (11/11/11) 16 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) vs. Idaho State (11/14/11) 16 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs. Nevada (1/23/12) 16 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) vs. Fresno State (2/2/12) 16 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at San Jose State (02/04/12) 16 Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs. Louisiana Tech (3/7/12) 16 Brown, Ashlee (USU) vs. Louisiana Tech (3/9/12) Assists 15 Bendolph, Jasmine (LA Tech) vs. Nevada (02/02/12) 12 Wideman, Arielle (Nevada) at CSU Bakersfield (1/10/12) 12 Brown, Ashlee (USU) vs. Nevada (3/7/12) 11 Bendolph, Jasmine (LA Tech) at Houston (12/7/11) 10 Karr, Krissy (Idaho) at San Jose State (02/04/12) 10 Bendolph, Jasmine (LA Tech) vs. San Jose State (02/16/12) 10 Brown, Ashlee (USU) vs. Hawaii (03/01/12) Steals 8 Plavljanin, Sara (SJSU) at Southern Utah (1/3/12) 7 Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea (SJSU) vs. Northern Arizona (12/01/11) 7 Moore, Ki-Ki (Fresno State) at UT Arlington (01/03/12) 7 Brennan, Chanelle (Nevada) vs. Idaho (02/18/12) 6 Karr, Krissy (Idaho) vs. Corban (11/12/11) 6 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at South Dakota State (11/13/11) 6 Rosen, Camila (NM State) at New Mexico (12/4/11) 6 Moore, Ki-Ki (Fresno State) vs. Oklahoma (12/8/11) 6 Johnson, Jenna (USU) vs. Utah Valley (01/07/12) 6 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) at Idaho (1/21/12) 6 Thompson, Taylor (Fresno State) vs. SJSU (1/26/12) 6 Moore, Ki-Ki (Fresno State) vs. Utah State (2/18/12) 6 Johnson, Jenna (USU) vs. San Jose State (03/03/12) 6 Thompson, Taylor (Fresno State) vs. NM State (3/7/12) 6 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) vs. New Mexico State (3/7/12) Blocked shots 7 Walters, Ashley (Idaho) at Louisiana Tech (01/12/12) 6 Williams, Kayla (Nevada) vs. Oregon (12/14/11) 6 Williams, Kayla (Nevada) at CSU Bakersfield (1/10/12) 5 Williams, Kayla (Nevada) vs. Pacific (11/30/11) 5 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at Louisiana Tech (01/12/12)

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2011-12 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES WAC GAMES Points 27 Christensen, Devyn (USU) at Nevada (2/16/12) 26 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs Utah State (02/02/12) 26 Christensen, Devyn (USU) vs Idaho (02/25/12) 26 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Idaho (3/1/12) 25 Kevorken, Kate (Nevada) vs San Jose State (1/28/12) 25 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) vs Nevada (2/4/12) 25 Christensen, Devyn (USU) at Hawaii (2/4/2012) 25 Frazier, Whitney (LA Tech) at Utah State (02/09/12) 25 Bramble-Donaldson, S (LA Tech) at Idaho (2/11/12) 25 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) vs San Jose State (2/18/12) Field goals made 12 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Nevada (1/28/12) 12 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs Utah State (1/28/12) 11 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) at Hawaii (01/21/12) 11 Moore, Ki-Ki (Fresno State) vs Hawaii (1/28/12) 10 Christensen, Devyn (USU) vs Fresno State (01/19/12) 10 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs Utah State (02/02/12) 10 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) vs Nevada (2/4/12) 10 Williams, Kayla (Nevada) vs Fresno State (2/11/12) 10 Bramble-Donaldson, S (LA Tech) at Idaho (2/11/12) 10 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Hawaii (2/11/12) 10 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) vs San Jose State (2/18/12) Field goal attempts 24 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs Louisiana Tech (01/21/12) 20 Brennan, Chanelle (Nevada) vs Hawaii (1/26/12) 20 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Nevada (1/28/12) 20 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Hawaii (2/11/12) 19 Christensen, Devyn (USU) vs Fresno State (01/19/12) 19 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) at Hawaii (01/21/12) 19 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs Utah State (1/28/12) 19 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Louisiana Tech (02/16/12) 19 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Idaho (3/1/12) 19 Williams, Kayla (Nevada) vs Louisiana Tech (3/3/12) Field goal percentage .800 (8-10) Williams, Kayla (Nevada) vs Utah State (2/16/12) .778 (7-9) Jackson, Brooke (USU) at New Mexico State (1/12/12) .778 (7-9) Jackson, Brooke (USU) at Louisiana Tech (1/14/12) .778 (7-9) Tagalicod, Vicky (Hawaii) at Nevada (1/26/12) .778 (7-9) Anderson, Tavasha (LA Tech) vs Nevada (02/02/12) .778 (7-9) Jackson, Brooke (USU) vs Hawaii (03/01/12) Three-pointers made 6 Sanchez, Erica (NM State) at San Jose State (01/19/12) 6 Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs Utah State (1/28/12) 5 Plavljanin, Sara (SJSU) vs Utah State (02/02/12) 5 Christensen, Devyn (USU) at Hawaii (2/4/2012) 5 Thompson, Taylor (Fresno State) at Nevada (2/11/12) 5 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) at San Jose State (02/25/12) 5 Christensen, Devyn (USU) vs Hawaii (03/01/12) 5 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) vs New Mexico State (3/3/12) 5 Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs Hawaii (3/3/12) Three-pointers attempted 13 Sanchez, Erica (NM State) at San Jose State (01/19/12) 13 Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs Utah State (1/28/12) 12 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) at Hawaii (2/23/12) 12 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) at San Jose State (02/25/12) 11 Campanero, Alissa (Hawaii) vs Idaho (2/2/12) 11 Christensen, Devyn (USU) vs San Jose State (03/03/12)

Three-point percentage 1.000 (5-5) Thompson, Taylor (Fresno State) at Nevada (2/11/12) .714 (5-7) Christensen, Devyn (USU) at Hawaii (2/4/2012) .625 (5-8) Plavljanin, Sara (SJSU) vs Utah State (02/02/12) .556 (5-9) Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs Hawaii (3/3/12) .500 (5-10) Christensen, Devyn (USU) vs Hawaii (03/01/12) .500 (5-10) Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) vs NM State (3/3/12) Free throws made 16 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at San Jose State (02/02/12) 10 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs Hawaii (01/14/12) 10 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs New Mexico State (01/19/12) 9 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) at Hawaii (2/11/12) 9 Christensen, Devyn (USU) at Nevada (2/16/12) Free throw attempts 23 Brown, Ashlee (USU) at San Jose State (02/02/12) 14 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs Hawaii (01/14/12) 12 Kevorken, Kate (Nevada) at Idaho (1/23/12) 12 Kevorken, Kate (Nevada) vs Louisiana Tech (3/3/12) 11 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at Louisiana Tech (01/12/12) 11 Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs Louisiana Tech (01/19/12) 11 Johnson, Brittany (SJSU) vs New Mexico State (01/19/12) 11 Jones, Whitney (LA Tech) vs San Jose State (02/16/12) 11 Arbuckle, Breanna (Hawaii) at Idaho (3/3/12) Free throw percentage 1.000 (9-9) Christensen, Devyn (USU) at Nevada (2/16/12) 1.000 (8-8) Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea (SJSU) vs Hawaii (01/14/12) 1.000 (8-8) Cunnigan, Ta’ Rea (SJSU) at Nevada (1/28/12) 1.000 (8-8) Kevorken, Kate (Nevada) vs San Jose State (1/28/12) 1.000 (8-8) Broaden, Myesha (SJSU) at Idaho (3/1/12) Rebounds 20 Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs Idaho (2/2/12) 19 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at Nevada (02/18/12) 16 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) vs Nevada (1/23/12) 16 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) vs Fresno State (2/2/12) 16 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at San Jose State (02/04/12) 15 Jackson, Kamilah (Hawaii) vs Louisiana Tech (01/19/12) 15 Bramble-Donaldson, S (LA Tech) at San Jose St. (01/21/12) 15 Moore, Ki-Ki (Fresno State) at Idaho (1/21/12) 15 Wampler, Tabytha (NM State) vs Nevada (2/4/12) Assists 15 Bendolph, Jasmine (LA Tech) vs Nevada (02/02/12) 10 Karr, Krissy (Idaho) at San Jose State (02/04/12) 10 Bendolph, Jasmine (LA Tech) vs San Jose State (02/16/12) 10 Brown, Ashlee (USU) vs Hawaii (03/01/12) 9 Bendolph, Jasmine (LA Tech) vs Idaho (01/12/12) 9 Bendolph, Jasmine (LA Tech) at Hawaii (01/19/12) Steals 7 Brennan, Chanelle (Nevada) vs Idaho (02/18/12) 6 Moult, Rosie (Fresno State) at Idaho (1/21/12) 6 Thompson, Taylor (Fresno State) vs SJSU (1/26/12) 6 Moore, Ki-Ki (Fresno State) vs Utah State (2/18/12) 6 Johnson, Jenna (USU) vs San Jose State (03/03/12) Blocked shots 7 Walters, Ashley (Idaho) at Louisiana Tech (01/12/12) 5 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at Louisiana Tech (01/12/12) 4 Arbuckle, Breanna (Hawaii) vs Louisiana Tech (01/19/12) 4 Adolpho, Kalei (Hawaii) vs San Jose State (2/11/12) 4 Broaden, Myesha (SJSU) vs Nevada (02/22/12) 4 Shiels, Adrie (Idaho) vs San Jose State (3/1/12)

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2011-12 TEAM SUPERLATIVES ALL GAMES Points 97 Utah State vs Boise State (11/23/11) 91 Nevada vs St. Martin’s (11/13/11) 91 Utah State vs Nevada (01/21/12) 90 Fresno State at Utah State (01/19/12) 89 Louisiana Tech vs Prairie View (12/18/11) 89 Fresno State vs Louisiana Tech (3/10/12) Field goals made 38 Fresno State at Utah State (01/19/12) 37 Utah State vs Asbury (01/03/12) 36 Louisiana Tech vs Prairie View (12/18/11) 36 Nevada at CSU Bakersfield (1/10/12) 34 Utah State vs Nevada (01/21/12) 33 Utah State vs Boise State (11/23/11) Field goal attempts 89 San Jose State vs San Francisco (11/13/11) 78 Hawaii vs Idaho (2/2/12) 75 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 75 Nevada vs Idaho (02/18/12) 74 Nevada vs St. Martin’s (11/13/11) 74 Fresno State at Utah State (01/19/12) 74 Nevada vs San Jose State (1/28/12) Field goal percentage .667 (36-54) Nevada at CSU Bakersfield (1/10/12) .586 (34-58) Utah State vs Nevada (01/21/12) .574 (31-54) Louisiana Tech vs Old Dominion (11/25/11) .569 (37-65) Utah State vs Asbury (01/03/12) .569 (33-58) Utah State vs Boise State (11/23/11) .569 (29-51) Utah State at Louisiana Tech (1/14/12) Three-pointers made 18 Fresno State at Nevada (2/11/12) 17 Fresno State vs Oregon (12/1/11) 15 Fresno State vs CSU Bakersfield (12/15/11) 15 Fresno State vs Seattle U. (1/11/12) 15 Fresno State vs Louisiana Tech (3/10/12) 14 Fresno State vs Nevada (1/14/12) 14 Fresno State at Hawaii (2/23/12) Three-pointers attempted 43 Fresno State at San Jose State (02/25/12) 40 Fresno State at Hawaii (2/23/12) 40 Fresno State vs Louisiana Tech (3/10/12) 39 Fresno State vs Oregon (12/1/11) 39 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 37 Fresno State vs New Mexico State (3/7/12) Three-point percentage .625 (5-8) New Mexico State at New Mexico (12/4/11) .625 (5-8) Louisiana Tech vs Tennessee Tech (12/21/11) .621 (18-29) Fresno State at Nevada (2/11/12) .615 (8-13) New Mexico State vs UC Santa Barbara (12/19/11) .615 (8-13) Utah State at Louisiana Tech (1/14/12) .600 (6-10) San Jose State vs Utah State (02/02/12)

Free throws made 35 Utah State at South Dakota State (11/13/11) 33 San Jose State vs Northern Arizona (12/01/11) 29 Nevada vs St. Martin’s (11/13/11) 28 San Jose State vs Hawaii (01/14/12) 27 Hawaii vs Nevada (02/25/12) 26 Utah State vs Idaho (02/25/12) Free throw attempts 45 San Jose State vs Northern Arizona (12/01/11) 40 Utah State at South Dakota State (11/13/11) 38 Nevada vs St. Martin’s (11/13/11) 37 Hawaii vs Portland State (12/18/11) 37 Utah State at San Jose State (02/02/12) 34 Nevada at Cal State Fullerton (12/10/11) 34 New Mexico State vs Shaw (1/1/12) 34 San Jose State vs Hawaii (01/14/12) Free throw percentage 1.000 (19-19) Utah State vs Hawaii (03/01/12) 1.000 (12-12) Idaho vs San Jose State (3/7/12) 1.000 (8-8) New Mexico State at UTEP (11/29/11) 1.000 (5-5) Idaho at San Jose State (02/04/12) .941 (16-17) Utah State vs Louisiana Tech (3/9/12) .938 (15-16) Utah State vs Louisiana Tech (02/09/12) Rebounds 58 Nevada at Long Beach State (12/8/11) 58 Hawaii vs Idaho (2/2/12) 56 San Jose State at UC Davis (11/16/11) 56 Hawaii vs Portland State (12/18/11) 54 San Jose State at Utah Valley (01/05/12) 52 Nevada vs St. Martin’s (11/13/11) 52 Nevada vs Pacific (11/30/11) 52 Idaho vs Carroll College (12/8/11) Assists 29 Louisiana Tech vs Nevada (02/02/12) 27 Utah State vs Hawaii (03/01/12) 26 Fresno State vs CSU Bakersfield (12/15/11) 26 Nevada at CSU Bakersfield (1/10/12) 25 Fresno State at Southern Methodist (11/26/11) 25 Utah State vs Asbury (01/03/12) 25 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 25 Nevada vs Utah State (2/16/12) Steals 23 San Jose State vs Northern Arizona (12/01/11) 22 Fresno State at UT Arlington (01/03/12) 19 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 18 Fresno State vs New Mexico State (3/7/12) 17 Utah State vs Utah Valley (01/07/12) 17 Fresno State at New Mexico State (2/2/12) Blocked shots 15 Idaho at Louisiana Tech (01/12/12) 11 Nevada at CSU Bakersfield (1/10/12) 10 Louisiana Tech vs Arkansas-Little Rock (11/22/11) 10 Nevada vs Pacific (11/30/11) 9 Idaho vs Carroll College (12/8/11) 9 Idaho vs Seattle U. (1/5/12)

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2011-12 TEAM SUPERLATIVES WAC GAMES Points 91 Utah State vs Nevada (01/21/12) 90 Fresno State at Utah State (01/19/12) 87 Idaho at Nevada (02/18/12) 86 San Jose State at Nevada (1/28/12) 86 Nevada vs Idaho (02/18/12) 85 Fresno State vs Nevada (1/14/12) 85 Fresno State at Nevada (2/11/12) 85 Utah State vs Idaho (02/25/12) 85 Utah State vs Hawaii (03/01/12) Field goals made 38 Fresno State at Utah State (01/19/12) 34 Utah State vs Nevada (01/21/12) 32 Fresno State vs Hawaii (1/28/12) 32 Fresno State at Hawaii (2/23/12) 32 Fresno State vs New Mexico State (3/3/12) 31 Louisiana Tech vs Nevada (02/02/12) 31 Fresno State vs Utah State (2-18-12) Field goal attempts 78 Hawaii vs Idaho (2/2/12) 75 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 75 Nevada vs Idaho (02/18/12) 74 Fresno State at Utah State (01/19/12) 74 Nevada vs San Jose State (1/28/12) 73 Fresno State at Idaho (1/21/12) Field goal percentage .586 (34-58) Utah State vs Nevada (01/21/12) .569 (29-51) Utah State at Louisiana Tech (1/14/12) .553 (26-47) Idaho at Fresno State (2-16-12) .551 (27-49) Hawaii at Nevada (1/26/12) .545 (30-55) Utah State at New Mexico State (1/12/12) .534 (31-58) Louisiana Tech vs Nevada (02/02/12) Three-pointers made 18 Fresno State at Nevada (2/11/12) 14 Fresno State vs Nevada (1/14/12) 14 Fresno State at Hawaii (2/23/12) 13 Fresno State at San Jose State (02/25/12) 12 Fresno State at New Mexico State (2/2/12) 11 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 11 Fresno State vs Hawaii (1/28/12) 11 Fresno State vs New Mexico State (3/3/12) 11 Idaho vs Hawaii (3/3/12) Three-pointers attempted 43 Fresno State at San Jose State (02/25/12) 40 Fresno State at Hawaii (2/23/12) 39 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 34 Fresno State vs Louisiana Tech (3/1/12) 32 Idaho at San Jose State (02/04/12) 31 Fresno State vs Nevada (1/14/12) 31 Fresno State vs Hawaii (1/28/12) 31 Fresno State vs New Mexico State (3/3/12) Three-point percentage Fresno State at Nevada (2/11/12) .621 (18-29) .615 (8-13) Utah State at Louisiana Tech (1/14/12) .600 (6-10) San Jose State vs Utah State (02/02/12) .583 (7-12) Utah State vs Louisiana Tech (02/09/12) .524 (11-21) Idaho vs Hawaii (3/3/12) .500 (9-18) Utah State at Hawaii (2/4/2012) .500 (6-12) Utah State at Idaho (1/28/12) .500 (1-2) Hawaii vs Louisiana Tech (01/19/12)

Free throws made 28 San Jose State vs Hawaii (01/14/12) 27 Hawaii vs Nevada (02/25/12) 26 Utah State vs Idaho (02/25/12) 24 San Jose State at Nevada (1/28/12) 23 Utah State at San Jose State (02/02/12) 23 Nevada vs Idaho (02/18/12) 23 Utah State vs San Jose State (03/03/12) Free throw attempts 37 Utah State at San Jose State (02/02/12) 34 San Jose State vs Hawaii (01/14/12) 33 Nevada at Idaho (1/23/12) 33 Louisiana Tech vs San Jose State (02/16/12) 31 San Jose State at Nevada (1/28/12) 31 Hawaii vs Nevada (02/25/12) Free throw percentage 1.000 (19-19) Utah State vs Hawaii (03/01/12) 1.000 (5-5) Idaho at San Jose State (02/04/12) .938 (15-16) Utah State vs Louisiana Tech (02/09/12) .909 (10-11) Louisiana Tech vs Fresno State (02/04/12) .885 (23-26) Utah State vs San Jose State (03/03/12) .875 (7-8) New Mexico State at San Jose State (01/19/12) Rebounds 58 Hawaii vs Idaho (2/2/12) 49 Idaho at Louisiana Tech (01/12/12) 48 Louisiana Tech at San Jose State (01/21/12) 47 Louisiana Tech vs Idaho (01/12/12) 47 Hawaii vs Louisiana Tech (01/19/12) 47 Fresno State at Idaho (1/21/12) 47 Hawaii at Louisiana Tech (02/18/12) 47 Louisiana Tech at Nevada (3/3/12) Assists 29 Louisiana Tech vs Nevada (02/02/12) 27 Utah State vs Hawaii (03/01/12) 25 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 25 Nevada vs Utah State (2/16/12) 23 Utah State vs Nevada (01/21/12) 23 Fresno State at Nevada (2/11/12) Steals 19 Fresno State vs San Jose State (1/26/12) 17 Fresno State at New Mexico State (2/2/12) 16 Nevada vs Louisiana Tech (3/3/12) 15 Fresno State at Idaho (1/21/12) 15 Utah State at Idaho (1/28/12) 15 Utah State at San Jose State (02/02/12) 15 Fresno State at Nevada (2/11/12) 15 San Jose State at Louisiana Tech (02/16/12) 15 Utah State vs Idaho (02/25/12) 15 Fresno State at San Jose State (02/25/12) 15 Fresno State vs New Mexico State (3/3/12) Blocked shots 15 Idaho at Louisiana Tech (01/12/12) 8 Idaho at Hawaii (2/2/12) 8 Fresno State vs Utah State (2-18-12) 7 Utah State vs Nevada (01/21/12) 7 Nevada vs Fresno State (2/11/12) 7 Idaho vs San Jose State (3/1/12) 7 Utah State vs San Jose State (03/03/12)

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WAC RECORDS – TEAM SCORING Most Points WAC Half WAC Game WAC Season

63 127 1501

Wyoming (CSU), 1991-92 SMU (TCU), 1996-97 Louisiana Tech, 2003-04

Half 66 127 Game 2853 Season

Louisiana Tech (Boise State), 2003-04 Rice (Texas Southern), 1997-98 SMU (TCU), 1996-97 Colorado State, 1998-99

Most Points per Game WAC Season 83.7

Creighton (12 Games), 1990-91

Season

Louisiana Tech (32 Games), 2003-04

Most Attempted WAC Game 52 WAC Season 471

SMU (TCU), 1996-97 Louisiana Tech, 2004-05

Game Season

Air Force (Texas Pan-American), 1997-98 Hawai‘i, 2000-01

55 846

Best Percentage (minimum 15 attempts) WAC Game 1.000 Fresno State (New Mexico State), 19-19, 2010-11 Hawai‘i (UTEP), 16-of-16, 2000-01 WAC Season .772 Hawai‘i, 2000-01

Largest Scoring Margin WAC Game 62 WAC Season 24.5

San Diego State 97, Fresno State 35, 1994-95 Louisiana Tech, 2003-04

Game 1.000 Season .768

Game Season

Rice 115, Texas Southern 35, 1997-98 Louisiana Tech, 2003-04

REBOUNDING

82.5

80 23.2

FIELD GOALS Most Field Goals Made 46 WAC Game WAC Season 568

Wyoming (CSU), 1991-92 Louisiana Tech, 2003-04

Game 46 Season 1016

Rice (Texas Southern), 1997-98 Wyoming (CSU), 1991-92 Louisiana Tech, 2002-03

Fresno State (New Mexico State), 19-19, 2010-11 Boise State (San Jose State), 16-16, 2003-04 Hawai‘i (UTEP), 16-16, 2000-01 Fresno State (Boston), 16-16, 1999-00 Rice (Southern Illinois), 16-16, 1998-99 Air Force (Panhandle State, 16-16), 1997-98 Hawai‘i, 1997-98

Most Rebounds WAC Game 74 WAC Season 925

Louisiana Tech (SMU), 2001-02 Louisiana Tech, 2001-02

Game 74 Season 1537

San Jose State (Sacramento State), 2009-10 Louisiana Tech (SMU), 2001-02 Louisiana Tech, 2002-03

Most Rebounds Per Game WAC Season 51.4 Louisiana Tech, 2001-02

Most Field Goals Attempted WAC Game 93 SMU (TCU), 1996-97 WAC Season 1247 Louisiana Tech, 2001-02

Season

Game Season

Most Assists WAC Game WAC Season

37 311

Wyoming (CSU), 1991-92 Louisiana Tech, 2001-02

Game Season

37 604

Wyoming (CSU), 1991-92 Creighton, 1990-91

105 2272

68.6 52.1

Hawai‘i (Fresno State, 35-51), 1997-98 Creighton (974-1871), 1991-92

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made WAC Game 18 Fresno State, (Idaho), 2010-11 WAC Season 158 Fresno State, 2010-11 Game Season

18 324

Fresno State, (Idaho) 2010-11 Fresno State, 2010-11

Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted WAC Game 41 Fresno State (Boise State), 2010-11 Fresno State (Hawai‘i), 2008-09 452 Fresno State, 2011-12 WAC Season Game Season

50 956

Fresno State (North Carolina), 2010-11 Fresno State, 2010-11

Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (minimum 10 Attempts) 80.0 Hawai‘i (Nevada, 8-10), 2008-09 WAC Game Colorado State (FS, 8-10), 1995-96 WAC Season 48.9 Wyoming (45-92), 1990-91 Game 80.0 45.2 Season

Hawai‘i (Nevada, 8-10), 2008-09 Colorado State (FS, 8-10), 1995-96 Creighton (169-374), 1991-92

FREE THROWS Most Made WAC Game WAC Season

39 332

Creighton (CSU), 1990-91 Louisiana Tech, 2004-05

Game Season

39 642

Creighton (CSU), 1990-91 Hawai‘i, 2000-01

Louisiana Tech, 2001-02

ASSISTS

Fresno State (Sacramento State), 2010-11 Louisiana Tech, 2002-03

Best Field Goal Percentage WAC Game 68.6 Hawai‘i (Fresno State, 35-51), 1997-98 WAC Season 53.2 Creighton (431-810), 1991-92 Game Season

48.6

STEALS Most Steals WAC Game 25 WAC Season 280

Brigham Young (UNM), 1991-92 Utah (UNM), 1991-92 San Diego State (BYU), 1993-94 San Diego State, 1996-97

Game Season

Nevada (Southern), 2007-08 Louisiana Tech, 2003-04

29 450

BLOCKS Most Blocks WAC Game WAC Season

15 130

Rice (Fresno State), 2003-04 Rice, 2003-04

Game Season

17 224

Louisiana Tech (Nicholls State), 2008-09 Rice, 2003-04

PERSONAL FOULS Most Fouls WAC Game WAC Season

36 358

SMU (TCU), 1996-97 San Jose State, 2003-04

Game Season

36 646

SMU (TCU), 1996-97 San Diego State, 1994-95

Fewest Fouls WAC Game WAC Season

5 170

Hawai‘i (UNLV), 1996-97 Hawai‘i, 1997-98

Game Season

5 355

Hawai‘i (UNLV), 1996-97 Hawai‘i, 2002-03

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WAC RECORDS – TEAM WINS AND LOSSES

SINGLE GAME TWO-TEAM RECORDS (WAC GAMES ONLY)

Most Games Played Season 36

Colorado State, 1998-99

Most Points Game

Most Wins WAC Season

18

Louisiana Tech, 2002-03

Fewest Points Game 83

UTEP (49) vs. Hawai‘i (39), 2003-04

Season

33

Colorado State, 1998-99

Most Field Goals Made Game 82

SMU (43) vs. TCU (39), 1996-97

UTEP, 2001-02

Most Field Goals Attempted Game 178 SMU (93) vs. TCU (85), 1996-97

Most Losses WAC Season 17 Season 28

San Jose State, 2008-09 San Jose State, 2007-08

Best Won-Lost Percentage WAC Season 1.000 Louisiana Tech (18-0), 2002-03 Season

91.7

Colorado State (33-3), 1998-99

Most Consecutive Wins WAC Season 18

Louisiana Tech, 2002-03

Season

Creighton, 1991-92

26

Most Consecutive Losses WAC Season 14

San Jose State, 2008-09 San Jose State, 1998-99 Air Force, 1997-98 New Mexico, 1991-92

Season

San Jose State, 1998-99

22

252

SMU (127) vs. TCU (125), 1996-97

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Game 22 Hawai‘i (15) vs. UTEP (7), 2001-02 Most Free Throws Made Game 68 SMU (32) vs. TCU (36), 1996-97 Most Rebounds Game 120

SMU (60) vs. TCU (60), 1996-97

Most Fouls Game 69

SMU (33) vs. TCU (36), 1996-97

Most Players Fouled Out Game 9 SMU (4) vs. TCU (5), 1996-97

DEFENSIVE RECORDS Fewest Points Allowed WAC Half 5 WAC Game 23

Utah (UNM), 1992-93 Fresno State (SJSU), 1998-99 Utah (SJSU), 1998-99

Half 5 Game 23

Utah (UNM), 1992-93 Fresno State (SJSU), 1998-99 Utah (SJSU), 1998-99

Fewest Points Allowed Per Game WAC Season 48.4 San Diego State, 1996-97 Season

52.0

San Diego State, 1996-97

Fewest Field Goals Allowed WAC Game 9 Colorado State (Air Force), 1998-99 Rice (Air Force), 1998-99 Game

8

Idaho (Colorado State), 2007-08

Fewest Field Goal Attempts Allowed WAC Game 36 Utah (UNM), 1992-93 Game

36

Utah (UNM), 1992-93

Fewest Free Throw Attempts Allowed WAC Game 2 Hawai‘i (Nevada), 2001-02 Game 2

Hawai‘i (Utah State), 2008-09 Hawai‘i (Nevada), 2001-02

The 2002-03 Louisiana Tech team set records for most WAC wins in a season (18), best WAC winning percentage (1.000) and most consecutive wins in a conference season (18).

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WAC RECORDS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING Most Points WAC Game WAC Season WAC Career

44 399 1302

Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU (Creighton), 1990-91 Allison Curtin, Tulsa, 2002-03 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99

Game Season Career

44 824 2740

Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State (Creighton), 1990-91 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99

Best Scoring Average WAC Season 26.6 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1998-99 WAC Career 23.3 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State, 1990-92 Season Career

23.6 22.1

Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State, 1990-91 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State, 1990-92

Most Field Goals Made WAC Game 17 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State (Creighton), 1991-92 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State (Creighton), 1990-91 WAC Season 131 Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech, 2003-04 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1996-97 WAC Career 438 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State (Creighton), 1991-92 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State (Creighton), 1990-91 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State, 1990-91 Becky Hammon, Can Diego State, 1995-99

Most Field Goals Attempted WAC Game 31 Carmelia Bloodsaw, San Diego State (UTEP), 1990-91 WAC Season 304 Allison Curtin, Tulsa, 2002-03 WAC Career 975 Cricket Williams, San Jose State, 2000-04 Game Season Career

31 564 1889

4 Players Holly Russ, UTEP, 1990-91 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99

Best Field Goal Percentage WAC Season 67.9 Becky Heidotten, TU, 2001-02 WAC Career 60.7 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-95 Season Career

66.7 61.2

Michelle Suman, San Diego State, 1991-92 Michelle Suman, San Diego State, 1991-95

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made WAC Game 9 Amy Sutton, TCU (Air Force), 1998-99 WAC Season 57 Ashley Bastian, Nevada, 2002-03 WAC Career 180 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah, 1994-98 Game Season Career

9 114 365

Amy Sutton, TCU (Air Force), 1998-99 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99

Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted WAC Game 17 Becky Hammon, Colorado State (San Jose State), 1996-97 WAC Season 144 Ashley Bastian,Nevada, 2002-03 WAC Career 509 Andrea Coseey, SMU, 2000-04

20 197 597

Tricia Payne, TCU (Lamar), 1998-99 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-92 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-95

Most Free Throws Attempted WAC Game 20 Leela Farr, Tulsa (Rice), 2001-02 WAC Season 156 Jillian Robbins, Tulsa, 2004-05 WAC Career 449 Cricket Williams, San Jose State, 2000-04 Game Season Career

23 250 714

Tricia Payne, TCU (Lamar), 1998-99 Amy Pack, UTEP, 2000-01 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-95

Best Free Throw Percentage WAC Season 98.1 D-dra Rucker, SMU, 1999-2000 WAC Career 84.5 Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young, 1991-92 Season Career

FIELD GOALS

Game 17 Season 271 Career 918

Game Season Career

88.9 83.6

Kim Brandl, SMU, 1996-97 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-95

REBOUNDING Most Rebounds WAC Game 25 252 WAC Season WAC Career 459

Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i (Idaho), 2007-08 Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech, 2002-03 Teresa James, Colorado State, 1992-96

Game 25 Season 438 974 Career

Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i (CSU Bakersfield), 2010-11 Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i (Idaho), 2007-08 Cheryl Ford, LA Tech (Fresno State - WAC Tournament), 2002-03 Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech, 2002-03 Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State, 1999-2003

Best Rebound Average WAC Season 14.0 Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech, 2002-03 12.2 Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech, 2002-03 WAC Career Season Career

12.9 10.9

Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech, 2002-03 Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech, 2002-03

ASSISTS Most Assists WAC Game WAC Season WAC Career

17 137 298

Laura Ingham, Nevada (UTEP), 2001-02 Circket Williams, San Jose State, 2002-03 Circket Williams, San Jose State, 2002-03

Game Season Career

17 213 612

Laura Ingham, Nevada (UTEP), 2001-02 Alli Bills, Utah, 1996-97 Alli Bills, Utah, 1992-95, 95-98

Best Assist Average WAC Season 9.08 WAC Career 8.27

Michelle Miles, San Diego State, 1990-91 Michelle Miles, San Diego State, 1990-92

Season Career

Michelle Miles, San Diego State, 1990-91 Michelle Miles, San Diego State, 1990-92

8.43 7.75

STEALS Most Steals WAC Game 11 WAC Season 74 WAC Career 199

Cherlanda Franklin, Nevada (Hawai‘i), 2007-08 Tomika Young, Brigham Young (Creighton), 1991-92 Jillian Robbins, Tulsa, 2004-05 Cricket Williams, San Jose State, 2000-04

Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage WAC Season 60.8 Kathy Halligan, Creighton, 1991-92 WAC Career 52.0 Kathy Halligan, Creighton, 1990-92

Game 13 Season 115 Career 354

Alice Coddington, Utah State (Weber State), 2009-10 Leilani Mitchell, Idaho, 2005-06 Tamika Stukes, New Mexico, 1997-98 Tamika Stukes, New Mexico, 1994-98

Season Career

BLOCKS

Game Season Career

20 274 888

56.4 49.7

Jalessa Ross Fresno State (North Carolina), 2010-11 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99

Staci Oddo, Fresno State, 1992-93 Kathy Halligan, Creighton, 1990-92

FREE THROWS

Most Free Throws Made WAC Game 17 Kari Gallup, Brigham Young (TCU), 1996-97 WAC Season 110 Allison Curtin, Tulsa, 2002-03 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1994-95 WAC Career 324 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-95

Most Blocked Shots WAC Game 14 WAC Season 60 WAC Career 151

Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa (Louisiana Tech), 2001-02 Christen Roper, Hawai‘i, 2002-03 Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young, 1991-95

Game Season Career

Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa (Louisiana Tech), 2001-02 Christen Roper, Hawai‘i, 2002-03 Christen Roper, Hawai‘i, 1999-03

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SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10 All Games TOTAL POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pts 824 704 702 692 685 666 661 657 618 614

Name, School, Year Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1997-98 Adrienne Robinson, LTU, 2010-11 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Tahnee Robinson, NEV, 2010-11 Abby Garchek, UNM, 1997-98 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-91 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95

SCORING AVERAGE Avg 1. 23.6 2. 23.5 4. 23.1 5. 22.9 6. 22.7 7. 22.1 9. 21.9

Name, School, Year Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-91 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1997-98 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 Tahnee Robinson, NEV, 2010-11 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Holly Russ, UTEP, 1990-91 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11

TOTAL FIELD GOALS FG 1. 271 2. 261 3. 256 4. 251 5. 249 6. 238 7. 235 8. 231 9. 224

Name, School, Year Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-91 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1998-99 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1991-92 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1997-98 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2009-10 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Abby Garchek, UNM, 1997-98 Mikki Kane-Barton, UU, 1992-93

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FGA 1. 564 2. 548 3. 543 4. 526 5. 516 6. 502 7. 501 8. 500 9. 488

Name, School, Year Holly Russ, UTEP, 1990-91 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-91 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Brittany Johnson, SJSU, 2011-12 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Holly Russ, UTEP, 1991-92 Teresa James, CSU, 1993-94

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Pct 1. 66.7 2. 65.9 3. 65.0 4. 64.0 5. 59.1 7. 58.7 8. 58.5 9. 58.2 10. 58.1 58.1

Name, School, Year FG-FGA Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1991-92 156-234 Amber Jackson SJSU, 2004-05 205-311 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1993-94 134-206 Becky Heidotten, TU, 2000-01 105-164 Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 195-330 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1994-95 123-208 Amy Burnett, UW, 1993-94 176-300 Kylie Page, UH, 1997-98 176-301 Kris Kugel, CU, 1991-92 195-335 Shannon Struby, CU, 1990-91 212-365 Amber Jackson, SJSU, 2005-06 191-329

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS FG 1. 114 2. 103 103 4. 102 5. 98 7. 96 8. 95 9. 94 10. 89

Name, School, Year Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2009-10 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1996-97 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2010-11 Rosie Moult, FS, 2010-11 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1997-98 Ashley Bastian, UN, 2002-03 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2008-09 Rosie Moult, FS, 2011-12 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-08 Lindsay Logan, FS, 2000-01

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FGA 1. 274 2. 273 3. 271 4. 269 5. 256 6. 253 7. 233 8. 231 10. 227

Name, School, Year Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2010-11 Lindsay Logan, FS, 2000-01 Rosie Moult, FS, 2011-12 Rosie Moult, FS, 2010-11 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2009-10 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1996-97 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2008-09 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1997-98 Ashley Bastian, UN, 2002-03

TOTAL FREE THROWS FT 1. 197 2. 194 3. 188 4. 180 5. 176 6. 174 7. 169 8. 166 10. 164

Name, School, Year Amy Burnett, UW, 1993-94 Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Amy Pack, UTEP, 2000-01 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Raylene Howard, UH, 1998-99 Ashlee Brown, USU, 2011-12 Tasha Williams, LTU, 2004-05 Tasha Williams, LTU, 2005-06

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Pct 89.8 88.9 88.7 88.6 88.5 88.2 87.6 87.6 87.3 86.5

Name, School, Year FT-FTA Devyn Christensen, USU, 2011-12 97-108 Kim Brandl, SMU, 1996-97 104-117 Brooke Jackson, USU, 2011-12 86-97 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1997-98 148-167 D-dra Rucker, SMU, 1999-00 115-130 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1995-96 75-85 Amy Sutton, TCU, 1998-99 99-113 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-95 78-89 Kylie Galloway, UH, 1999-00 103-118 Jasmine Bendolph, LTU, 2009-10 64-74

TOTAL REBOUNDS Reb Name, School, Year 1. 438 Cheryl Ford, LTU, 2002-03 2. 398 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2009-10 3. 353 Tanya Smith, UH, 2007-08 4. 344 Amisha Carter, LTU, 2003-04 5. 335 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2006-07 6. 333 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2010-11 7. 329 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2010-11 8. 326 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2008-09 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2007-08 10. 317 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2011-12

REBOUND AVERAGE

Avg Name, School, Year

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 12.9 Cheryl Ford, LTU, 2002-03 (1.0 three-point field goal per game minimum) Pct Name, School, Year 3FG-3FGA 1. 56.4 Staci Oddo, FS, 1992-93 31-55 2. 55.4 Kathy Halligan, CU, 1992-92 72-130 3. 50.9 Krista Treide, UW, 1990-91 57-112 4. 48.5 Kylie Page, UH, 1997-98 48-99 5. 48.4 Amy Burnett, UW, 1992-93 30-62 6. 47.5 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-95 76-160 7. 45.5 Kathy Halligan, CU, 1990-91 80-176 8. 45.4 Falisha Wright, SDSU, 1991-92 49-108 9. 44.7 Aarica Ray-Boyd, LTU, 2002-03 38-85 10. 44.6 Jenny Cafferty, Rice, 1999-00 74-166

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2. 12.4 3. 11.9 4. 11.8 5. 11.1 6. 10.8 8. 10.6

Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2009-10 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2010-11 Tanya Smith, UH, 2007-08 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2008-09 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2006-07 Amisha Carter, LTU, 2003-04 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2011-12 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2010-11 Janee Young, FS, 1996-97 Amy Burnett, UW, 1993-94


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TOTAL BLOCKS

TOTAL FIELD GOALS

Ast 1. 213 2. 212 4. 195 5. 192 7. 191 8. 190 8. 188 10. 185

Blk 1. 110 2. 96 4. 87 5. 84 7. 77 8. 75 10. 73

Name, School, Year Christen Roper, UH, 2002-03 Christen Roper, UH, 2000-01 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2002-03 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1994-95 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1992-93 Lauren Neaves, RU, 2003-04 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2001-02 Christen Roper, UH, 2001-02 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2004-05 Lauren Neaves, RU, 2004-05

Name, School, Year Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Trina Frierson, LTU, 2003-04 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, SDSU, 1996-97 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1998-99 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2004-05 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-91 Amisha Carter, LTU, 2003-04

BLOCK AVERAGE

FG 1. 131 3. 130 4. 128 5. 126 6. 125 9. 124 10. 122

Avg 1. 3.7 2. 3.2 3. 2.9 5. 2.8 6. 2.6 9. 2.5

Name, School, Year Christen Roper, UH, 2002-03 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2002-03 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1992-93 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1994-95 Christen Roper, UH, 2000-01 Lauren Neaves, RU, 2003-04 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2001-02 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1994-95 Alofa Toiaivao, UH, 2004-05 Johnetta Hayes, RU, 2002-03 Brittany Grice, UH, 2005-06

FGA 1. 329 2. 304 3. 287 4. 278 5. 267 6. 263 7. 259 8. 256 10. 252

Name, School, Year Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Atari Parker, SJSU, 2000-01 Lindsay Logan, FS, 2000-01 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Danada Smith, SJSU, 2000-01 Cheyl Ford, LTU, 2002-02 Falisha Wright, SDSU, 1992-93

Name, School, Year Alli Bills, UU, 1996-97 Alli Bills, UU, 1997-98 Laura Ingham, UN 2002-03 Val Harrison, UW, 1991-92 Lindsay Logan, FS, 1999-00 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Kristen Pool, UNLV, 1998-99 Michelle Miles, SDSU, 1991-92 Tomika Young, BYU, 1991-92 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2003-04 Erica McGlaston, SJSU, 2004-05

ASSIST AVERAGE Avg 1. 8.7 2. 7.9 3. 7.6 4. 7.3 5. 7.0 7. 6.9 8. 6.8 9. 6.7 10. 6.6

Name, School, Year Michelle Miles, SDSU, 1990-91 Alli Bills, UU, 1997-98 Alli Bills, UU, 1996-97 Laura Ingham, UN, 2002-03 Michelle Miles, SDSU, 1991-92 Val Harrison, UW, 1991-92 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Kristen Pool, UNLV, 1998-99 Tomika Young, BYU, 1991-92 Lindsay Logan, FS, 1999-00 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2003-04

TOTAL STEALS

WAC Games

Stl Name, School, Year 1. 115 Leilani Mitchell, UI, 2005-06 Tamika Stukes, UNM, 1997-98 3. 106 Tomika Young, BYU, 1991-92 4. 103 Tomika Young, BYU, 1992-93 Falisha Wright, SDSU, 1993-94 6. 101 Erica Taylor, LTU, 2003-04 7. 98 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Nani Cockett, UH, 1997-98 9. 97 Ki-Ki Moore, FS, 2011-12 10. 96 Charonda Wilson, RU, 1997-98 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, SDSU, 1996-97 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03

TOTAL POINTS

STEAL AVERAGE

SCORING AVERAGE

Avg 1. 4.0 2. 3.8 3. 3.6 4. 3.5 5. 3.4

Name, School, Year Leilani Mitchell, UI, 2005-06 Tomika Young, BYU, 1990-91 Tomika Young, BYU, 1992-93 Tamika Stukes, UNM, 1997-98 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, SDSU, 1996-97 Terri Pedregon, UTEP, 1994-95 Janee Young, FS, 1997-98 Jodi Nowlin, SDSU, 1995-96 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2003-04 Kasie Pittman, TU, 1997-98

Pts 1. 399 2. 380 4. 373 5. 360 6. 357 7. 356 8. 336 9. 333 10. 330

Name, School, Year Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2004-05 Tasha Williams, LTU, 2004-05 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Tahnee Robinson, NEV, 2010-11 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2001-02 Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 Amisha Carter, LTU. 2003-04

Avg 1. 26.6 2. 25.3 3. 23.8 4. 23.6 5. 23.4 6. 22.6 7. 22.3 8. 22.2 9. 21.6 10. 21.5

Name, School, Year Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-91 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 Holly Russ, UTEP, 1990-91 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1998-99 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Mikki Kane-Barton, UU, 1992-93 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1991-92

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FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Pct 1. 67.9 2. 65.5 3. 64.8 4. 63.9 5. 63.0 6. 62.6 7. 62.5 8. 61.8 9. 60.7 10. 60.6 60.6

Name, School, Year FG-FGA Becky Heidotten, TU, 2001-02 72-106 Amber Jackson, SJSU, 2004-05 116-177 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1991-92 79-122 Amy Burnett, UW, 1992-93 69-108 Amy Spencer, CU, 1990-91 80-127 Erica Henry, FS, 2007-08 62-99 Raylene Howard, UH, 1997-98 90-144 Shannon Struby, CU, 1990-91 94-152 Ja’Lara Walker, BSU, 2007-08 54-89 Kathy Halligan, CU, 1991-92 80-132 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1994-95 63-104

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS FG Name, School, Year 1. 57 Ashley Bastian, UN, 2002-03 2. 56 Kimya Murray, UTEP, 2001-02 3. 55 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 4. 54 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1997-98 5. 53 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-08 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1996-97 7. 49 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2009-10 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Abby Vaughan, BSU, 2002-03 10. 48 Lindsay Logan, FS, 2000-01


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SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FGA 1. 144 2. 141 3. 138 4. 135 5. 132 6. 128 7. 125 8. 124 9. 123 10. 121

Name, School, Year Ashley Bastian, UN 2002-03 Jessica Kellogg, SJSU, 2002-03 Andrea Cossey, SMU, 2001-02 Kimya Murray, UTEP, 2001-02 Athena Pirpich, TU, 2000-01 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1997-98 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2010-11 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Andrea Cossey, SMU, 2001-02 Aarica Ray-Boyd, 2005-06 Kari Steele, SJSU, 1996-97

TOTAL REBOUNDS

TOTAL STEALS

Reb Name, School, Year 1. 252 Cheryl Ford, LTU, 2002-03 2. 219 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2009-10 3. 199 Tanya Smith, UH, 2007-08 4. 190 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2006-07 5. 186 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2008-09 6. 185 Amisha Carter, LTU, 2003-04 7. 180 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2010-11 8. 179 Janee Young, FS, 1996-97 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2004-05 10. 174 Omelogo Udeze, FS, 2000-01

Stl 1. 67 2. 64 4. 63 5. 62 6. 59 7. 58 8. 57

Name, School, Year Cricket Williams, ,SJSU, 2001-02 Tomika Young, BYU, 1991-92 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2003-04 Erica Taylor, LTU, 2003-04 Leilani Mitchell, UI, 2005-06 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, SDSU, 1996-97 Cherlanda Franklin, NEV, 2007-08 Kasie Pittman, TU, 1997-98 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03

1. 14.0 2. 13.7 3. 12.4 4. 12.0 6. 11.9 7. 11.6 8. 11.4 9. 11.2 10. 11.0

Cheryl Ford, LTU, 2002-03 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2009-10 Tanya Smith, UH, 2007-08 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2010-11 Andrea Herold, UU, 1993-94 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2006-07 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2008-09 Tanya Zachary, UU, 1990-91 Janee Young, FS, 1996-97 Amy Burnett, UW, 1993-94

Avg 1. 4.6 2. 4.1 3. 3.9 4. 3.7 6. 3.6

Name, School, Year Tomika Young, BYU, 1991-92 Kasie Pittman, TU, 1997-98 Leilani Mitchell, UI, 2005-06 Janee Young, FS, 1997-98 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2001-02 Ki-Ki Moore, FS, 2011-12 Tamika Stukes, UNM, 1997-98 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, SDSU, 1996-97 Cherlanda Franklin, NEV, 2007-08 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2003-04

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

Name, School, Year Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Laura Ingham, UN, 2002-03 Erica McGlaston, SJSU, 2004-05 Alli Bills, UU, 1996-97 Michelle Miles, SDSU, 1990-91 Alli Bills, UU, 1997-98 Michelle Miles, SDSU, 1991-92 Lakeysha Wright, SDSU, 1994-95 Kristen Pool, UNLV, 1998-99 Lindsay Logan, FS, 2000-01

Blk 1. 60 2. 56 3. 51 4. 49 5. 47 6. 43 8. 41 9. 40

Name, School, Year Christen Roper, UH, 2002-03 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2002-03 Lauren Neaves, RU, 2003-04 Johnetta Hayes, RU, 2002-03 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1992-93 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2001-02 Alofa Toiaivao, UH, 2004-05 Breanna Arbuckle, UH, 2010-11 Christen Roper, UH, 2000-01 Brittany Grice, UH, 2005-06 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1994-95

Avg 1. 3.36 2. 3.33 3. 3.11 4. 3.00 5. 2.86 7. 2.83 8. 2.79 9. 2.72 10. 2.64

Name, School, Year Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1992-93 Christen Roper, UH, 2002-03 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2002-03 Niki Holt, NMSU, 2008-09 Brittany Grice, UH, 2005-06 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1994-95 Lauren Neaves, RU, 2003-04 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1993-94 Johnetta Hayes, RU, 2002-03 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1994-95

REBOUND AVERAGE THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Avg Name, School, Year ( 1.0 field goal per game minimum) Pct Name, School, Year FG-FGA 1. 60.8 Kathy Halligan, CU, 1991-92 31-51 2. 58.8 Staci Oddo, FS, 1992-93 20-34 3. 56.1 Krista Treide, UW, 1990-91 32-57 4. 52.5 Taylor Thompson, FS, 2011-12 21-40 5. 52.4 Karena Greeny, UH, 2001-02 22-42 6. 52.8 Amy Burnett, UW, 1992-93 19-36 7. 51.1 Kati Kafaritova, TCU, 2000-01 23-45 8. 50.5 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1996-97 54-128 9. 50.0 Kari Gallup, BYU, 1994-95 19-38 10. 51.2 Jenny Cafferty, RU, 1999-00 44-86

TOTAL FREE THROWS FT 1. 110 3. 109 4. 106 5. 105 6. 104 7. 102 8. 100 9. 99 10. 97

Name, School, Year Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2004-05 Tasha Williams, LTU, 2004-05 Amy Pack, UTEP, 2000-01 Leela Farr, TU, 2000-01 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Leela Farr, TU, 2001-02 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2001-02

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Pct 1. 98.1 2. 94.7 3. 92.1 4. 91.2 5. 91.1 6. 90.9 7. 89.4 8. 88.6 9. 88.5 10. 87.8

Name, School, Year FT-FTA D-dra Rucker, SMU, 1999-00 51-52 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2011-12 54-57 Kylie Galloway, UH, 2000-01 35-38 Lauren Lenhardt, BSU, 2010-11 52-57 Emma Wilson, TCU, 1996-97 41-45 Alissa Campanero, UH, 2011-12 30-33 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 76-85 Lisa Rathbun, BYU, 1990-91 62-70 Amy Sutton, TCU, 1998-99 54-61 Abby Garchek, UNM, 1997-98 65-74 Brandi Ashby, UH, 1997-98 43-49

TOTAL ASSISTS Ast 137 129 121 120 114 109 101 100 99 99

ASSIST AVERAGE Avg 1. 9.5 2. 7.8 3. 7.6 4. 7.5 5. 7.2 7. 7.1 9. 7.0 10. 6.8

Name, School, Year Michelle Miles, SDSU, 1990-91 Alli Bills, UU, 1997-98 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Alli Bills, UU, 1996-97 Michelle Miles, SDSU, 1991-92 Laura Ingham, UN, 2002-03 Lakeysha Wright, SDSU, 1994-95 Kristen Pool, UNLV, 1998-99 Tammie Beckley, FS, 1992-93 Jasmine Bendolph, LTU, 2011-12

STEAL AVERAGE

TOTAL BLOCKS

BLOCK AVERAGE

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CAREER LEADERS All Games

(minimum two seasons)

TOTAL POINTS Pts Name, School, Year 1. 2,740 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 2. 2,087 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 3. 2,002 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-2011 4. 1,985 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2007-11 5. 1,881 Katie Cronin, CSU, 1995-99 6. 1,848 Teresa James, CSU, 1992-96 7. 1,836 Abby Garchek, UNM, 1994-98 8. 1,786 Raylene Howard, UH, 1996-00 9. 1,785 Karlin Kennedy, SMU, 1996-00 10. 1,782 Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95

SCORING AVERAGE (Points-Games) Avg 1. 22.1 2. 21.9 3. 20.1 4. 19.5 5. 18.0 6. 17.8 7. 17.6 8. 17.2 8. 16.6

Name, School, Year Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-92 (1235-56) Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 (2740-125) Holly Russ, UTEP, 1990-92 (1088-54) Tahnee Robinson, NEV, 2009-11 Kathy Halligan, CU, 1990-92 (1101-61) Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 (2087-117) Amy Pack, UTEP, 1999-2001 (968-55) Nani Cockett, UH, 1996-98 (1482-86) Katie Madison, UI, 2006-08 (930-56) Mikki Kane-Barton, UU, 1990-93 (1481-89)

FG 1. 918 2. 761 3. 723 4. 722 5. 706 6. 705 7. 678 8. 677 9. 656 10. 640

Name, School, Year Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2007-11 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-2011 Karlin Kennedy, SMU, 1996-00 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 Teresa James, CSU, 1992-96 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1991-95 Katie Cronin, CSU, 1995-99 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2006-10 Abby Garchek, UNM, 1994-98

TOTAL FIELD GOALS

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Pct 1. 61.9 2. 61.2 3. 58.1 4. 57.6 5. 55.7 6. 55.1 7. 54.6 8. 53.9 9. 53.1 10. 53.0

Name, School, Year FG-FGA Amber Jackson, SJSU, 2004-06 396-640 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1991-95 524-858 Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95 551-948 Shannon Struby, CU, 1990-92 402-698 Becky Heidotten, TU, 2001-05 284-510 Raylene Howard, UH, 1996-00 623-1131 Jill Adams, BYU, 1996-99 245-448 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1991-95 678-1257 Tanya Zachary, UU, 1990-92 339-638 Marie Kauffman, UW, 1990-92 350-660

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS FG 1. 389 2. 365 3. 362 4. 295 5. 272 6. 252 7. 236 8. 222 9. 208 10. 206

Name, School, Year Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-2011 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 Jill Sutton, TCU, 1997-2001 Lindsay Logan, FS, 1999-03 Rosie Moult, FS, 2009-12 Andrea Cossey, SMU, 2000-04 Staci Oddo, FS, 1992-96 Amy Billhymer, UTEP, 1993-97 Falisha Wright, SDSU, 1991-95

REBOUND AVERAGE Avg 1. 11.2 2. 10.9 3. 10.2 4. 9.7 5. 9.4 7. 9.2 8. 9.1 9. 8.9

Name, School, Year Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2010-12 Cheryl Ford, LT, 2001-03 Tanya Zachary, UU, 1990-92 Janee Young, FS, 1996-98 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2003-05 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-92 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2005-08 Amber Jackson, SJSU, 2004-06 Tanya Smith, UH, 2004-08 Amy Pack, UTEP, 1999-2001

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE TOTAL ASSISTS (1.0 three-pointer per game minimum) Pct Name, School, Year FG-FGA 1. 49.7 Kathy Halligan, CU, 1990-92 152-306 2. 43.1 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 362-840 3. 41.9 Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95 83-198 4. 41.3 Tahnee Robinson, NEV, 2009-11 140-339 5. 41.1 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 365-888 6. 41.0 Kim Talbot, BYU, 1990-92 68-166 7. 40.7 Staci Oddo, FS, 1992-96 222-545 8. 40.2 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-2011 389-968 9. 39.9 Ashley Bastian, UH, 1996-2001 117-295

TOTAL FREE THROWS FT 1. 597 2. 562 3. 551 4. 539 5. 483 6. 469 7. 466 8. 457 9. 437 10. 432

Name, School, Year Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-92 Dellena Criner, NEV, 2005-09 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Tasha Harris, LTU, 2004, 2006-10 Kate Smith, UN, 1999-03 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2000-04 Raylene Howard, UH, 1996-00 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2007-11 Lila Osceola, TU, 1996-00

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Pct 1. 88.2 2. 85.1 3. 84.1 4. 83.6 5. 83.1 7. 82.8 8. 82.3 10. 82.0

Name, School, Year FT-FTA Devyn Christensen, USU, 2009-pres. 209-237 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 313-368 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 539-641 Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95 597-714 Kari Gallup, BYU, 1994-98 260-313 Kylie Galloway, UH, 1996-2001 276-331 Tricia Payne, TCU, 1998-2001 285-344 Jasmine Bendolph, LTU 2008-12 153-186 Nadia Begay, BSU, 2003-07 121-147 Natalie White, SJSU, 2005-09 191-233

TOTAL REBOUNDS

Reb Name, School,Year 1. 1,070 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2007-11 2. 1,025 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2006-10 3. 974 Omelogo Udeze, FS, 1999-03 4. 946 Karlin Kennedy, SMU, 1996-00 5. 936 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2007-11 Teresa James, CSU, 1992-96 7. 889 Tabytha Wampler, NMSU, 2008-12 8. 869 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1991-95 9. 857 Katie Cronin, CSU, 1995-99 10. 856 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2005-08 74 2012-13 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide

Ast 1. 644 2. 612 3. 561 4. 538 5. 536 523 6. 516 7. 469 8. 448 9. 445 10. 438

Name, School, Year Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2000-04 Alli Bills, UU, 1994-98 Lindsay Logan, FS, 1999-03 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Crickett Wiilliams, SJSU, 2000-04 Dee Dee Dominguez, CSU, 1992-96 Jasmine Bendolph, LTU, 2008-12 Tamika Stukes, UNM, 1994-98 Falisha Wright, SDSU, 1991-95 Jill Sutton, TCU, 1997-2001 Thais Kidd, BYU, 1991-95

TOTAL STEALS Stl 1. 354 2. 324 3. 314 4. 311 311 6. 303 7. 288 8. 273 9. 271 10. 255

Name, School, Year Tamika Stukes, UNM, 1994-98 Falisha Wright, SDSU, 1991-95 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Marla Brumfield, RU, 1996-00 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2000-04 Kasie Pittman, TU, 1996-00 Jessica Van Hoogen, BSU, 2005-07, 2009-10 Thais Kidd, BYU, 1991-95 Dellena Criner, NEV, 2005-09 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98

TOTAL BLOCKS Blk 1. 303 2. 268 3. 251 4. 189 5. 183 6. 164 7. 157 8. 156 9. 146

Name, School, Year Christen Roper, UH, 1999-03 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1991-95 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1991-95 Brittany Grice, UH, 2003-07 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2001-03 Teresa James, CSU, 1992-96 Lauren Neaves, RU, 2003-05 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2007-11 Breanna Arbuckle, UH, 2008-12 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2006-10


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TOTAL POINTS Pts 1. 1302 2. 1058 3. 1050 4. 1034 5. 967 6. 927 7. 925 8. 898 9. 877 10. 865

Name, School, Years Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-11 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2001-04 Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95 Raylene Howard, UH, 1996-00 Abby Garchek, UNM, 1994-98 Katie Cronin, CSU, 1995-99 Karlin Kennedy, SMU, 1996-00 Tasha Harris, BSU, 2004, 2006-07, 2009-10

SCORING AVERAGE Avg 1. 23.3 2. 22.4 3. 19.3 4. 19.0 5. 18.7 6. 18.4 7. 18.2 8. 17.9 10. 17.6

Name, School, Years Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-92 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Amy Pack, UTEP, 1999-01 Tahnee Robinson, NEV, 2009-11 Holly Russ, UTEP, 1990-92 Mikki Kane-Barton, UU, 1990-93 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2001-04 Nani Cockett, UH, 1996-98 Katie Madison, UI, 2006-08 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2003-05

TOTAL FIELD GOALS FG 1. 438 2. 385 3. 363 4. 357 5. 339 6. 331 7. 329 8. 326 9. 321 10. 307

Name, School, Years Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-11 Karlin Kennedy, SMU, 1996-00 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2001-04 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2006-10 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1991-95 Raylene Howard, UH, 1996-00 Abby Garchek, UNM, 1994-98 Falisha Wright, SDSU, 1991-95

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS FG 1. 202 2. 180 3. 178 4. 164 5. 146 6. 129 7. 120 8. 118 10. 116

Name, School, Years Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-2011 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Andrea Cossey, SMU, 2000-04 Jill Sutton, TCU, 1997-01 Amy Billhymer, UTEP, 1993-97 Lindsay Logan, FS, 1999-03 Rosie Moult, FS, 2009-12 Staci Oddo, FS, 1992-96 Kari Gallup, BYU, 1994-98

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (1.0 three-pointer per game minimum) Pct Name, School, Years 3FG-3FGA 1. 52.0 Kathy Halligan, CU, 1990-92 64-123 2. 45.0 Taylor Thompson, FS, 2010-12 50-111 3. 43.9 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1995-98 180-410 4. 42.6 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-2011 202-474 5. 42.1 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 178-423 6. 41.1 Kari Gallup, BYU, 1994-98 117-285 7. 40.0 Staci Oddo, FS, 1992-96 118-295 8. 41.7 Alison Carney, TU, 2001-03 35-84 Erica Smith, LTU, 2001-03 35-84 10. 38.8 Ashley Bastian, NEV, 2001-03 94-242 Behka Stafford, BYU, 1992-96 92-237

TOTAL FREE THROWS FT 1. 324 2. 281 3. 280 4. 256 5. 248 6. 247 7. 242 8. 226 9. 217 10. 207

Name, School, Years Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95 Dellena Criner, NEV, 2005-09 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2000-04 Tasha Harris, BSU, 2004, 2006-07, 2009-10 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2007-11 Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1991-95 Raylene Howard, UH, 1996-00 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2007-2011 Kate Smith, UN 1999-03

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

Pct Name, School, Years FT-FTA 1. 90.2 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2009-pres. 119-132 2. 85.9 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1994-98 164-191 3. 84.5 Lisa Rathbun, BYU, 1990-92 120-142 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 324-385 Pct Name, School, Years FG-FGA 4. 84.2 Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95 146-175 1. 60.7 Amy Burnett, UW, 1991- 95 298-491 5. 83.4 Tricia Payne, TCU, 1998-01 136-164 2. 59.4 Amber Jackson, SJSU, 2004-06 211-355 6. 82.9 Kari Gallup, BYU, 1994-98 7. 82.7 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 248-300 3. 59.2 Shannon Struby, CU, 1990-92 181-306 66-80 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1991-95 250-422 8. 82.5 Mikail Price, NEV, 2006-08 9. 82.4 April Atuaia, UH, 2001-04 75-91 5. 59.0 Becky Heidotten, TU, 2003-05 170-288 10. 82.2 Kylie Galloway, UH, 1998-01 125-152 6. 56.4 Erica Henry, FS, 2004-08 127-225 7. 56.3 Raylene Howard, UH, 1996-00 326-579 8. 56.0 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU, 1990-92 242-432 TOTAL REBOUNDS Reb Name, School, Years Tanya Zachary, UU, 1990-92 157-280 1. 643 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2007-2011 10. 55.9 JoKeirra Sneed, LTU, 2006-08 151-270 2. 535 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2006-10 3. 493 Tanya Smith, UH, 2004-08 4. 487 Omelogo Udeze, 1999-00 5. 483 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2005-08 6. 482 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2007-11 7. 464 Karlin Kennedy, SMU, 1996-00 8. 459 Teresa James, CSU, 1992-96 9. 445 Amy Burnett, UW, 1991-95 10. 444 Ty Moore, LTU, 2004-07 75 WACSports.com

REBOUND AVERAGE Avg 1. 12.2 2. 11.5 3. 10.2 4. 10.1 5. 10.0 6. 9.7 7. 9.5 8. 9.4 9. 9.2 10. 9.0

Name, School, Years Cheryl Ford, LT, 2001-03 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2010-12 Tanya Zachary, UU, 1990-92 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2005-08 Janee Young, FS, 1996-98 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2007-2011 Tanya Smith, UH, 2004-08 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2003-05 Amber Jackson, SJSU, 2004-06 Amy Pack, UTEP, 1999-01

TOTAL ASSISTS Ast 1. 386 2. 295 3. 256 4. 247 5. 234 6. 233 7. 228 8. 226 9. 225 10. 222

Name, School, Years Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2000-04 Alli Bills, UU, 1992-94, 1994-98 Jasmine Bendolph, LTU, 2008-12 Laura Ingham, NEV, 2001-03 Thais Kidd, BYU, 1991-95 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Dee Dee Dominguez, CSU, 1992-96 Kendall Shead, SMU, 2002-05 Charlotte Otero, UI, 2006-10 Tamika Stukes, UNM, 1994-98

TOTAL STEALS Stl 1. 199 2. 182 3. 167 4. 148 148 6. 145 7. 142 8. 135 10. 134

Name, School, Years Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2001-04 Tamika Stukes, UNM, 1994-98 Kasie Pittman, TU, 1996-00 Marla Brumfield, RU, 1996-00 Falisha Wright, SDSU, 1991-95 Dellena Criner, NEV, 2005-09 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1995-99 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-11 Thais Kidd, BYU, 1991-95 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, SDSU, 1993-97

TOTAL BLOCKS Blk 1. 151 2. 137 3. 132 4. 130 5. 107 6. 99 7. 89 8. 87 9. 83

Name, School, Years Debbie Dimond, BYU, 1991-95 Christen Roper, UH, 1999-03 Brittany Grice, UH, 2003-07 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1991-95 Brittany Grice, UH, 2003-06 Alyssa Shriver, TU, 2001-03 Christen Roper, UH, 2001-03 Lauren Neaves, RU, 2003-05 Johnetta Hayes, RU, 2001-03 Teresa James, CSU, 1992-96


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YEARLY TEAM LEADERS – ALL SCORING OFFENSE Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 Wyoming 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 SMU 1997-98 Colorado State Colorado State 1998-99 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 2003-04 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Boise State 2007-08 Boise State 2008-09 Fresno State 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

Avg 80.3 80.7 72.2 72.4 71.3 72.5 75.7 80.9 79.3 72.1 71.6 76.3 78.4 82.5 73.1 72.9 68.9 72.8 69.3 73.8 75.9 74.9

SCORING DEFENSE Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 UTEP 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 San Diego State 1996-97 San Diego State 1997-98 New Mexico 1998-99 Utah 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 UTEP 2004-05 SMU 2005-06 Fresno State 2006-07 Boise State 2007-08 New Mexico State 2008-09 Utah State 2009-10 Utah State 2010-11 Idaho 2011-12 Fresno State

Avg 63.6 63.2 57.2 56.8 55.5 57.8 52.0 56.6 55.1 89.8 59.1 53.5 57.6 58.1 59.8 60.2 61.0 62.3 57.9 60.1 63.8 62.2

TOTAL FIELD GOALS Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Creighton Brigham Young 1992-93 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 SMU 1997-98 Colorado State 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech

FG 892 974 774 872 797 828 834 856 985 867 839 877 1016 987

2004-05 Rice 2005-06 Fresno State Boise State 2006-07 2007-08 Fresno State Louisiana Tech 2008-09 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

819 821 814 873 899 874 875 923

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 SMU 1997-98 New Mexico Colorado State 1998-99 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Rice 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Boise State 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

FGA 1871 1871 1786 1905 1807 1915 1999 1982 2142 2029 2018 2036 2272 2142 2020 1892 2051 2065 2214 2093 2143 2205

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Wyoming 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 San Diego State 1996-97 TCU 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Tulsa 2005-06 Fresno State 2006-07 Fresno State 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Louisiana Tech 2011-12 Utah State

Pct 48.7 52.1 44.2 45.8 44.1 45.6 44.7 49.7 46.0 44.6 42.5 43.1 44.9 46.1 42.9 44.2 40.8 42.3 40.6 43.2 42.2 43.6

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE Year School 1990-91 Colorado State 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 Utah 1993-94 Utah 1994-95 San Diego State

Pct 40.2 40.2 37.5 37.9 35.2

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36.8 36.3 37.5 36.1 38.9 35.1 33.0 35.7 35.5 35.8 35.2 37.3 36.0 36.8 37.4 37.9 37.3

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

Year School FG 1990-91 Creighton 151 1991-92 Creighton 169 1992-93 Brigham Young 139 1993-94 Brigham Young 162 1994-95 Wyoming 164 1995-96 Colorado State 169 1996-97 Colorado State 181 1997-98 Colorado State 223 1998-99 Colorado State 290 1999-00 TCU 199 2000-01 TCU 249 2001-02 UTEP 171 2002-03 Boise State 169 2003-04 SMU 191 2004-05 Boise State 178 2005-06 Boise State 174 2006-07 Boise State 168 2007-08 Fresno State 262 2008-09 Fresno State 309 2009-10 Fresno State 301 2010-11 Fresno State 324 Fresno State 332 2011-12

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

Year School FGA 1990-91 Creighton 397 1991-92 Colorado State 454 1992-93 Brigham Young 406 1993-94 Brigham Young 478 1994-95 Wyoming 465 1995-96 New Mexico 545 1996-97 Colorado State 497 1997-98 New Mexico 636 1998-99 Colorado State 795 1999-00 TCU 581 2000-01 TCU 663 2001-02 UTEP 559 2002-03 SMU 560 2003-04 SMU 611 2004-05 Boise State 544 2005-06 New Mexico State 572 2006-07 Boise State 562 Fresno State 762 2007-08 2008-09 Fresno State 893 2009-10 Fresno State 854 2010-11 Fresno State 956 2011-12 Fresno State 970


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YEARLY TEAM LEADERS – ALL THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

School FGM FGA Pct Wyoming 85 200 42.5 Creighton 169 374 45.2 Wyoming 77 209 36.8 Fresno State 159 428 37.1 Utah 161 411 39.2 Colorado State 169 443 38.1 TCU 132 346 38.2 Hawai‘i 126 326 38.7 Colorado State 290 795 36.5 Rice 143 390 36.7 TCU 249 663 37.6 Hawai‘i 151 428 35.3 Boise State 169 459 36.8 Boise State 144 413 34.9 Rice 124 358 34.6 Boise State 174 515 33.8 New Mexico State 152 472 32.2 Hawai‘i 135 384 35.2 Fresno State 309 893 34.6 New Mexico State 206 583 35.3 Fresno State 324 956 33.9 Utah State 173 451 38.4

TOTAL FREE THROWS Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Creighton Colorado State 1992-93 1993-94 Colorado State 1994-95 Utah 1995-96 New Mexico 1996-97 TCU 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 Hawai‘i 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Rice 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Nevada 2007-08 Boise State 2008-09 Nevada 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Louisiana Tech 2011-12 Utah State

FT 496 465 424 419 453 453 479 545 593 535 642 468 517 546 517 544 493 464 463 513 501 516

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 UTEP San Diego State 1993-94 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 New Mexico 1996-97 TCU 1979-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 Hawai‘i 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Rice 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech

FTA 700 719 691 652 677 659 668 710 834 728 846 689 740 780

2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Louisiana Tech Boise State 2006-07 2007-08 Boise State New Mexico State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Nevada 2011-12 Hawai‘i

730 768 690 660 660 691 746 487 677

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Year School 1990-91 Brigham Young 1991-92 Brigham Young 1992-93 Wyoming 1993-94 Wyoming 1994-95 Wyoming 1995-96 Utah 1996-97 TCU 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Tulsa 1999-00 Hawai‘i 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Tulsa 2002-03 Rice 2003-04 Nevada 2006-07 Nevada 2007-08 Boise State Utah State 2008-09 New Mexico State 2009-10 Nevada 2010-11 Idaho 2011-12 Utah State

Pct 73.8 71.5 73.1 75.5 73.7 70.8 71.7 76.8 72.8 73.5 75.9 74.1 75.1 71.6 72.4 70.3 70.3 70.4 71.2 74.1 79.6

TOTAL REBOUNDS Year School 1990-91 Brigham Young 1991-92 UTEP 1992-93 UTEP 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 Utah 1997-98 New Mexico 1998-99 SMU 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Rice 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Boise State 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Nevada 2011-12 Fresno State

Reb 1236 1224 1203 1233 1240 1241 1249 1286 1298 1297 1405 1457 1537 1423 1409 1334 1330 1370 1510 1419 1363 1284

REBOUND AVERAGE Year School 1990-91 Brigham Young 1991-92 UTEP 1992-93 Colorado State 1993-94 UTEP 1994-95 Colorado State 77 WACSports.com

Avg 42.6 43.7 43.4 42.8 42.0

1995-96 UTEP 1996-97 UTEP 1997-98 SMU 1998-99 SMU 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Rice 2005-06 Hawai‘i 2006-07 Hawai‘i 2007-08 Louisiana Tech 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Hawai’i 2011-12 San Jose State

42.7 44.5 42.2 41.9 41.8 41.7 48.6 45.2 44.5 42.7 44.2 36.1 43.5 44.4 44.3 42.1 40.3

TOTAL ASSISTS

Year School Ast 1990-91 Creighton 604 585 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 Utah 488 1993-94 San Diego State 512 1994-95 Utah 509 1995-96 Colorado State 492 1996-97 Utah 510 1997-98 Colorado State 531 1998-99 Colorado State 558 1999-00 SMU 515 2000-01 TCU 540 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 467 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 533 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 509 2004-05 Rice 485 2005-06 Fresno State 491 2006-07 Hawai‘i 408 2007-08 Fresno State 511 2008-09 Fresno State 468 2009-10 Fresno State 495 2010-11 Fresno State 550 2011-12 Fresno State 559

ASSIST AVERAGE

Year School Avg 1990-91 Creighton 20.8 1991-92 Wyoming 20.0 16.8 1992-93 Utah 1993-94 San Diego State 16.5 1994-95 Utah 17.0 1995-96 Colorado State 15.9 1996-97 Utah 16.5 Colorado State 17.7 1997-98 1998-99 Brigham Young 17.4 1999-00 Fresno State 17.4 2000-01 Nevada 17.6 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 15.6 Louisiana Tech 15.7 2002-03 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 15.9 2004-05 Tulsa 16.1 2005-06 Fresno State 15.3 2006-07 Hawai‘i 14.1 2007-08 Fresno State 15.5 Fresno State 14.2 2008-09 2009-10 Fresno State 15.6 2010-11 Fresno State 16.7 2011-12 Fresno State 16.4


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YEARLY TEAM LEADERS – ALL 2004-05 Rice 2005-06 Fresno State Stl 2006-07 Hawai‘i 350 2007-08 Fresno State 395 Fresno State 2008-09 351 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 404 2010-11 Nevada 385 2011-12 Hawai‘i 378 410 SCORING MARGIN 434 Year School 386 1990-91 Utah 393 1991-92 Creighton 308 Brigham Young 1992-93 321 1993-94 San Diego State 366 1994-95 San Diego State 450 1995-96 Utah 335 1996-97 San Diego State 327 1997-98 Hawai‘i 385 Colorado State 1998-99 383 1999-00 SMU 325 Hawai‘i 2000-01 347 Louisiana Tech 2001-02 412 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 420 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Louisiana Tech Blk 2006-07 Boise State 89 2007-08 Boise State 116 2008-09 Fresno State 147 2009-10 Fresno State 124 Fresno State 2010-11 159 2011-12 Fresno State 82

TOTAL STEALS Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 San Diego State San Diego State 1996-97 1997-98 New Mexico Colorado State 1998-99 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 TCU Louisiana Tech 2001-02 2002-03 Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 2003-04 2004-05 Fresno State 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Nevada 2007-08 Nevada 2008-09 Nevada 2009-10 Fresno State Fresno State 2010-11 2011-12 Fresno State

TOTAL BLOCKS Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Brigham Young 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 Brigham Young 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Utah 1996-97 Hawai‘i 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Utah 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Rice 2002-03 Tulsa 2003-04 Rice 2004-05 Rice 2005-06 Hawai‘i 2006-07 Hawai‘i 2007-08 New Mexico State Louisiana Tech 2008-09 2009-10 Utah State 2010-11 Utah State 2011-12 Nevada

121 108 124 110 149 158 167 224 185 141 134 131 153 144 138 128

REBOUND MARGIN Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

School Utah San Diego State UTEP San Diego State Utah UTEP Wyoming New Mexico Utah SMU Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech

Own 38.6 41.8 43.0 39.8 39.9 42.7 43.8 39.0 39.3 41.8 41.3 48.6 45.2 44.5

Opp Mar 31.8 6.8 32.7 9.2 36.3 6.6 32.8 7.0 34.9 5.0 36.7 6.0 37.0 6.8 34.5 4.5 33.7 5.6 36.2 5.6 36.2 5.1 35.2 13.4 35.5 9.7 36.3 8.1

42.7 39.1 41.7 41.5 41.7 44.3 41.3 39.6

36.9 5.8 33.4 5.7 36.1 5.6 35.8 5.7 36.8 4.8 38.4 5.9 34.5 6.8 37.4 2.2

Own 75.3 80.7 72.2 72.4 69.4 70.7 67.5 79.6 79.3 72.1 69.2 76.3 78.4 82.5 73.1 72.9 68.9 72.8 68.2 72.9 75.9 74.9

Opp Mar 63.6 11.6 63.8 16.9 62.9 9.3 56.8 15.6 55.5 13.9 60.4 10.3 52.0 15.6 62.7 16.9 64.1 15.1 61.4 10.7 59.1 10.0 53.5 22.8 57.6 20.9 59.3 23.2 66.4 6.7 60.7 12.2 61.0 8.0 65.8 7.0 60.1 8.1 60.8 12.1 65.5 10.4 62.2 12.7

TURNOVER MARGIN Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

School Utah Creighton Brigham Young San Diego State San Diego State Fresno State San Diego State Rice Rice Rice Rice Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech SMU Louisiana Tech Nevada Nevada Louisiana Tech Fresno State Louisiana Tech Nevada Nevada Louisiana Tech Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State

Own Opp Mar 18.1 21.3 3.2 18.7 22.8 4.1 18.4 22.2 3.8 17.2 22.4 5.1 18.6 23.0 4.4 18.1 21.0 2.9 19.0 26.6 7.5 16.2 23.4 7.2 16.5 24.2 7.7 17.2 21.4 4.3 16.6 18.8 2.2 15.9 20.0 4.1 15.4 20.8 5.4 17.1 24.0 7.0 14.7 18.3 3.6 17.0 20.5 3.5 19.1 23.5 4.4 18.2 24.1 5.9 16.7 18.8 2.0 15.7 19.6 3.9 17.0 20.5 3.5 19.1 23.5 4.4 18.2 24.1 5.9 16.7 18.8 2.0 15.7 19.6 3.9 16.5 21.5 5.1 14.8 21.9 7.1

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YEARLY TEAM LEADERS – WAC SCORING OFFENSE

Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 SMU 1997-98 Colorado State 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Boise State 2007-08 Boise State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

SCORING DEFENSE

Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 Utah 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Utah 1996-97 San Diego State 1997-98 Utah 1998-99 Utah 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Hawai‘i 2003-04 UTEP 2004-05 SMU 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Louisiana Tech 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Fresno State 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

Avg 83.7 81.6 73.0 74.6 74.6 74.6 79.7 80.1 82.6 72.4 71.2 80.1 80.3 83.4 75.9 73.2 70.4 74.6 69.6 76.4 77.9 76.6

Avg 61.4 62.8 58.6 53.0 52.3 58.0 48.4 56.7 48.5 55.7 56.4 50.5 56.6 56.5 61.6 56.2 59.0 59.4 56.3 58.0 60.1 57.6

TOTAL FIELD GOALS 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 SMU 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 Nevada 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Fresno State 2006-07 Louisiana Tech 2007-08 Fresno State

370 405 407 386 477 402 412 396 412 558 546 568 475 401 412 438

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Louisiana Tech Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State

425 432 437 404

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Year School 1990-91 San Diego State 1991-92 Colorado State 1992-93 Fresno State 1993-94 Brigham Young 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 SMU 1997-98 New Mexico 1998-99 SMU 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 San Jose State 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 SMU 2003-04 Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 2004-05 2005-06 Boise State 2006-07 Louisiana Tech 2007-08 Boise State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

FGA 797 922 868 893 849 866 1101 880 894 925 1028 1247 1195 1210 1158 973 1027 1011 1026 1015 1035 944

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Wyoming 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Utah 1996-97 San Diego State 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 Nevada 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Tulsa 2005-06 Fresno State 2006-07 Fresno State 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech Fresno State 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Utah State 2011-12 Utah State

Pct 52.3 53.2 46.7 46.6 47.9 44.9 46.9 52.1 47.5 47.9 42.6 44.7 45.8 46.9 44.3 44.5 42.3 43.8 41.4 41.4 44.4 43.5 46.4

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Pct 39.6 40.0 38.5 35.9 36.3 34.7 35.2 37.2

1998-99 Utah 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Rice 2004-05 San Jose State 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Louisiana Tech 2007-08 New Mexico State 2008-09 Idaho 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Nevada 2011-12 San Jose State

33.9 37.3 34.0 31.1 35.6 34.8 36.1 34.2 35.8 36.4 37.1 37.7 36.7 37.6

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Year School 1990-91 Colorado State 1991-92 Colorado State 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 Fresno State 1994-95 New Mexico 1995-96 New Mexico Colorado State 1996-97 Tulsa 1997-98 Colorado State Colorado State 1998-99 1999-00 San Jsoe State 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 UTEP 2002-03 Tulsa 2003-04 SMU 2004-05 SMU 2005-06 Boise State 2006-07 Boise State 2006-07 Idaho 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Fresno State 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

FG 65 78 72 90 75 83 83 98 103 123 76 118 123 105 137 102 96 83 97 140 155 134 158 134

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Year School 1990-91 Colorado State 1991-92 Colorado State 1992-93 New Mexico 1993-94 Fresno State 1994-95 New Mexico 1995-96 New Mexico 1996-97 Tulsa 1997-98 New Mexico 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 San Jose State 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 UTEP 2002-03 SMU 2003-04 SMU 2004-05 Boise State 2005-06 New Mexico State 2006-07 Idaho 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Fresno State 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

FGA 199 266 204 237 220 245 281 298 322 256 328 391 341 413 341 280 320 403 434 371 452 397


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YEARLY TEAM LEADERS – WAC THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

School Wyoming Creighton Fresno State Fresno State Utah Colorado State TCU Utah Colorado State Rice SMU Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech Rice Louisiana Tech Boise State Boise State Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Utah State

FGM FGA Pct 45 92 48.9 73 159 45.9 46 104 44.2 90 237 38.0 73 200 36.5 83 211 39.3 86 217 39.6 98 260 37.7 123 322 38.2 85 296 40.0 100 277 36.1 97 1046 38.5 55 151 36.4 87 237 36.7 84 235 35.7 96 276 34.8 83 254 32.7 82 204 40.2 155 434 35.7 134 371 36.1 158 452 35.0 93 220 42.3

TOTAL FREE THROWS

Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Brigham Young 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 Utah 1994-95 Utah 1995-96 New Mexico 1996-97 TCU 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 New Mexico 1999-00 Hawai‘i 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Rice 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Nevada 2007-08 Nevada 2008-09 Nevada 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Louisiana Tech 2011-12 Utah State

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Year School 1990-91 San Diego State 1991-92 Brigham Young 1992-93 UTEP 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 New Mexico 1996-97 TCU 1997-98 UTEP 1998-99 Air Force 1999-00 Hawai‘i 2000-01 UTEP 2001-02 Rice 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 San Jose State 2004-05 Louisiana Tech

FT 181 244 210 204 213 222 294 263 229 232 278 291 299 314 332 265 267 254 225 258 309 222

FTA 260 348 328 303 313 346 420 348 325 316 362 435 435 428 471

2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Nevada 2007-08 Nevada 2008-09 Nevada 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Louisiana Tech 2011-12 San Jose State

383 363 361 349 381 441 290

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Year School 1990-91 Brigham Young 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 Wyoming 1994-95 Wyoming 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 TCU 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 UTEP 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Tulsa 2002-03 Tulsa 2003-04 Nevada 2004-05 UTEP 2005-06 Idaho 2006-07 Nevada 2007-08 Boise State 2008-09 New Mexico State 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Idaho 2011-12 Utah State

Pct 75.0 73.4 73.2 75.3 76.0 72.4 71.2 76.9 75.6 74.9 77.2 77.1 77.0 74.8 70.6 73.5 73.6 70.9 71.7 69.2 73.4 78.7

TOTAL REBOUNDS Year School 1990-91 San Diego State 1991-92 San Diego State 1992-93 Colorado State 1993-94 Brigham Young 1994-95 Utah 1995-96 New Mexico 1996-97 Colorado State 1997-98 SMU 1998-99 SMU 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 Hawai‘i 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Fresno State 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Hawai‘i 2006-07 Louisiana Tech 2007-08 Hawai‘i 2008-09 Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 2009-10 2010-11 Nevada 2011-12 Hawai‘i

Reb 506 567 598 586 578 590 695 590 532 584 660 925 842 801 753 694 744 691 688 734 663 574

REBOUND AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

School Colorado State San Diego State Colorado State Brigham Young Utah New Mexico

Avg 46.4 41.1 42.7 41.9 41.3 42.1

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43.4 42.1 38.0 41.7 41.2 51.4 46.8 44.5 41.2 43.4 46.5 43.1 43.0 45.9 42.7 41.0

TOTAL ASSISTS Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 Utah 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 Utah 1997-98 Colorado State 1998-99 Brigham Young 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 Nevada 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 SMU 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Tulsa 2005-06 Fresno State 2006-07 Hawai‘i 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Fresno State 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Utah State 2011-12 Utah State

Ast 266 288 260 233 254 229 287 249 264 250 294 311 275 295 294 252 230 261 236 239 276 242

ASSIST AVERAGE Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 Utah 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 Utah 1997-98 Colorado State 1998-99 Brigham Young 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 Nevada 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 SMU 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Tulsa 2005-06 Fresno State 2006-07 Hawai‘i 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Fresno State 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Utah State 2011-12 Utah State

Avg 22.2 20.6 18.6 16.6 18.1 16.4 17.9 17.8 23.5 17.9 18.4 17.3 15.3 16.4 16.3 15.8 14.4 16.3 14.8 14.9 17.3 17.3


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YEARLY TEAM LEADERS – WAC TOTAL STEALS Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Brigham Young 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 San Diego State 1996-97 San Diego State 1997-98 New Mexico 1998-99 San Diego State 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 San Jose State 2001-02 Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 2002-03 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Fresno State 2005-06 Nevada 2006-07 Nevada 2007-08 Nevada 2008-09 Nevada 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State

Stl 130 180 169 198 197 169 280 195 186 181 174 197 178 254 200 195 185 196 165 188 214 191

TOTAL BLOCKS Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Brigham Young 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 Brigham Young 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Utah 1996-97 Hawai‘i 1997-98 SMU 1998-99 Utah 1999-00 Rice 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Tulsa Hawai‘i 2003-04 Rice 2004-05 Hawai‘i 2005-06 Hawai‘i 2006-07 Hawai‘i 2007-08 Hawai‘i 2008-09 New Mexico State 2009-10 Utah State 2010-11 Utah State 2011-12 Idaho

Blk 40 58 78 69 67 42 63 59 62 67 70 88 97 97 130 104 81 72 70 79 80 88 61

REBOUND MARGIN Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

School Utah San Diego State Utah San Diego State Utah San Diego State Utah Hawai‘i Utah Hawai‘i TCU Louisiana Tech

Own 41.3 41.1 40.5 39.5 41.3 37.1 43.2 38.5 40.6 38.2 41.1 51.4

Opp Mar 31.0 10.3 30.6 10.4 33.6 6.9 33.9 5.6 34.6 6.7 32.1 4.9 35.8 7.4 32.8 5.7 33.1 7.6 30.0 8.2 35.1 5.9 33.1 18.3

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Rice Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Fresno State Nevada Louisiana Tech Nevada Hawai‘i

46.8 44.0 41.2 42.6 46.5 41.6 41.3 45.9 41.4 41.0

33.5 13.3 35.9 8.1 35.6 5.6 34.3 8.2 36.8 9.8 33.9 7.7 33.2 8.1 38.6 7.2 33.8 7.8 37.9 3.1

Own 83.7 81.6 68.5 74.6 74.6 74.6 71.4 79.8 82.6 71.9 67.8 80.1 80.3 83.4 75.9 73.2 70.4 72.9 67.2 76.4 77.2 76.6

Opp Mar 69.7 14.0 63.2 18.4 58.6 9.9 53.0 21.6 52.3 22.3 61.9 12.6 48.4 23.0 60.5 19.3 58.6 24.0 55.7 16.2 56.4 11.3 50.5 29.6 57.7 22.7 58.9 24.5 63.7 12.2 56.2 17.1 59.6 10.8 59.4 13.5 56.3 10.9 58.0 18.4 65.7 17.1 57/6 19.0

Own 16.0 18.0 15.2 14.9 15.1 18.9 18.4 15.8 14.3 14.2 15.8 16.7 14.5 16.9 14.6 15.3 16.1 16.9 15.7 15.8 15.3 13.5

Opp Mar 20.5 4.5 22.8 4.8 19.7 4.5 23.4 8.5 23.7 8.6 22.7 3.8 27.0 8.6 22.7 6.9 23.6 9.4 21.4 7.2 18.8 3.0 20.8 4.2 19.1 4.6 24.9 8.1 19.5 4.9 19.8 4.6 20.2 4.1 22.9 6.0 18.9 3.3 21.1 5.4 22.7 7.4 23.9 10.4

SCORING MARGIN Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

School Creighton Creighton Utah San Diego State San Diego State Colorado State San Diego State Hawai‘i Colorado State SMU Hawai‘i Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Boise State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State

TURNOVER MARGIN Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

School UTEP Creighton San Diego State San Diego State San Diego State San Diego State San Diego State Rice Rice Rice SMU Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Boise State Nevada Louisiana Tech Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State

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YEARLY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS – ALL TOTAL POINTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Teresa James, Colorado State Amy Burnett, Wyoming Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Crystal Lee, Hawai‘i Cricket Williams, San Jose State Allison Curtin, Tulsa, Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Katie Madison, Idaho Tasha Harris, Boise State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Brittany Johnson, San Jose State

Tot 661 574 587 581 614 594 618 704 824 495 544 485 692 542 550 510 534 529 531 592 702 603

SCORING AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Linda Froehlich, UNLV Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Amy Pack, UTEP Cricket Williams, San Jose State Allison Curtin, Tulsa Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Amber Jackson, San Jose State Katie Madison, Idaho Tasha Harris, Boise State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Brittany Johnson, San Jose State

Avg 23.6 20.5 20.2 21.0 22.7 19.2 22.1 23.5 23.5 17.1 19.1 18.0 23.1 16.9 18.3 17.6 19.1 16.5 16.1 18.0 22.1 20.1

TOTAL FIELD GOALS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Name, School Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Teresa James, Colorado State Amy Burnett, Wyoming Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Karlin Kennedy, SMU Kate Smith, Nevada Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech Allison Curtin, Tulsa Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech

FG 271 249 224 219 195 200 219 238 261 186 192 162 231 215

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Amber Jackson, San Jose State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tierre Wilson, Fresno State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Brittany Johnson, San Jose State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State

199 191 191 203 218 235 256 217 217

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Holly Russ, UTEP Holly Russ, UTEP Falisha Wright, San Diego State Teresa James, Colorado State Teresa James, Colorado State Teresa James, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Linda Froehlich, UNLV Marla Brumfield, Rice Atari Parker, San Jose State A’Giza Elea, San Jose State Allison Curtin, Tulsa Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Emily Faurholt, Idaho Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tierre Wilson, Fresno State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State

FGA 564 488 470 488 413 442 473 468 543 424 465 346 516 423 369 412 431 438 454 450 501 462

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Pct Shannon Struby, Creighton 58.1 Michelle Suman, San Diego State 66.7 Amy Burnett, Wyoming 56.4 Michelle Suman, San Diego State 65.0 Michelle Suman, San Diego State 59.1 Amy Burnett, Wyoming 59.1 Amber McEwen, Utah 54.6 Karlin Kennedy, SMU 54.7 Kylie Page, Hawai‘i 58.5 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i 57.7 Lila Osceola, Tulsa 54.1 Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State 53.3 Becky Heidotten, Tulsa 64.0 Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech 52.9 Emily Jaskowiak, Tulsa 53.4 Amber Jackson, San Jose State 65.9 Amber Jackson, San Jose State 58.1 Katie Madison, Idaho 49.6 Shavon Moore, Nevada 56.3 Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech 53.3 Janie Bos, Boise State 53.0 Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech 51.1 Shantale Bramble-Donaldson, LA Tech 50.5

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Name, School Kathy Halligan, Creighton Kathy Halligan, Creighton Behka Stafford, Brigham Young Staci Oddo, Fresno State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Jenny Cafferty, Rice Athena Pirpich, Tulsa Kimya Murray, UTEP Ashley Bastian, Nevada Kara Pongonis, Tulsa Jessica Kellogg, San Jose State Aarica Ray-Boyd, Louisiana Tech Traci Graham, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Rosie Moult, Fresno State

FG 80 72 53 67 76 88 103 98 114 74 77 80 96 67 65 86 60 89 95 103 102 94

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Carmelia Bloodsaw, San Diego State Debbie Carson, Colorado State Christy Romero, New Mexico Staci Oddo, Fresno State Amy Billhymer, UTEP Julie Krommehoek, Utah Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Athena Pirpich, Tulsa Andrea Cossey, SMU Kimya Murray, UTEP Ashley Bastian, Nevada Kara Pongonis, Tulsa Jessicca Kellogg, San Jose State Aarica Ray-Boyd, Louisiana Tech Traci Graham, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Rosie Moult, Fresno State

FGA 211 137 146 161 163 216 233 231 274 179 225 206 206 227 174 196 232 191 211 231 253 273 269


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YEARLY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS – ALL THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Krista Treide, Wyoming Kathy Halligan, Creighton Staci Oddo, Fresno State Falisha Wright, San Diego State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Kylie Page, Hawai‘i Becky Hammon, Colorado State Jenny Cafferty, Rice Jill Sutton, TCU Karena Greeny, Hawai‘i Aarica Ray, Louisiana Tech Jodi Nakashima, Boise State Blaine Cassidy, Boise State Nadia Begay, Boise State Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Trisha Jo Goddard, Utah State Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Brooke Jackson, Utah State

Pct 50.9 55.4 56.4 41.9 47.5 42.7 44.2 48.5 41.6 44.6 43.6 42.5 44.7 41.5 38.9 39.1 40.5 42.2 41.1 43.9 41.5 41.2

TOTAL FREE THROWS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young Mikki Kane, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Abby Garchek, New Mexico Emma Wilson, TCU Becky Hammon, Colorado State Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Becky Hammon, Colorado State Amy Pack, UTEP Amy Pack, UTEP Leela Farr, Tulsa Allison Curtin, Tulsa Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Katie Madison, Idaho Dellena Criner, Nevada Dellena Criner, Nevada Tasha Harris, Boise State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Ashlee Brown, Utah State

FT 155 143 133 197 194 136 145 148 148 188 146 180 155 174 152 166 164 160 160 161 136 176 166

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Name, School Holly Russ, UTEP Mikki Kane, Utah Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Abby Garchek, New Mexico Lila Osceola, Tulsa Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Becky Hammon, Colorado State Amy Pack, UTEP Amy Pack, UTEP Leela Farr, Tulsa Allison Curtin, Tulsa

FTA 212 204 166 232 229 179 205 193 218 186 250 196 207

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Katie Madison, Idaho Dellena Criner, Nevada Dellena Criner, Nevada Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Brittany Johnson, San Jose State

231 207 207 224 207 197 175 175 224

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Karen Alcorn, Utah Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Kim Brandl, SMU Becky Hammon, Colorado State Amy Sutton, TCU D-dra Rucker, SMU Tricia Payne, TCU Janka Gabrielova, Hawai‘i Allison Curtin, Tulsa April Atuaia, Hawai‘i Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Chantella Perera, Fresno State Chantella Perera, Fresno State Natalie White, San Jose State Keisha Kanekoa, Hawai‘i Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Devyn Christensen, Utah State Devyn Christensen, Utah State

Pct 82.6 80.5 84.2 84.9 87.6 88.2 88.9 88.6 87.6 88.5 84.6 80.6 84.1 86.4 80.2 84.8 82.6 80.7 83.1 86.5 86.1 89.8

TOTAL REBOUNDS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Tanya Zachary, Utah Tanya Zachary, Utah Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amber McEwen, Utah Janee Young, Fresno State Karlin Kennedy, SMU Katie Cronin, Colorado State Karlin Kennedy, SMU Dainora Puida, Hawai‘i Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Lauren Neaves, Rice Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i

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Reb 304 311 255 286 257 298 287 248 259 267 285 266 438 344 301 285 335 353 326 398 333 317

REBOUND AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008--09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Tanya Zachary, Utah Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amber McEwen, Utah Janee Young, Fresno State Janee Young, Fresno State Tiffany Lewis, Fresno State Tiffany Lewis, Fresno State Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Amber Jackson, San Jose State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i

Avg 10.5 10.4 8.8 10.6 9.5 10.3 10.6 8.8 9.4 9.1 9.7 9.2 12.9 10.8 9.9 9.8 10.8 11.8 11.1 12.4 11.9 10.6

TOTAL ASSISTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Michelle Miles, San Diego State Val Harrison, Wyoming Tomika Young, Brigham Young Falisha Wright, San Diego State Lakeysha Wright, San Diego State Richelle Cleverley, Utah Alli Bills, Utah Alli Bills, Utah Kristen Pool, UNLV Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Laura Ingham, Nevada Laura Ingham, Nevada Cricket Williams, San Jose State Erica McGlaston, San Jose State Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Charlotte Otero, Idaho Brittany Imaku, San Jose State Dellena Criner, Nevada Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Amanda Johnson, Nevada Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech

Ast 182 195 183 149 165 149 213 212 191 192 164 173 212 185 185 162 126 133 144 123 148 181


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Name, School Michelle Miles, San Diego State Michelle Miles, San Diego State Tomika Young, Brigham Young Anna Knight, Wyoming Lakeysha Wright, San Diego State Richelle Cleverley, Utah Alli Bills, Utah Alli Bills, Utah Kristen Pool, UNLV Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Linday Logan, Fresno State Laura Ingham, Nevada Laura Ingham, Nevada Cricket Williams, San Jose State Erica McGlaston, San Jose State Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Charlotte Otero, Idaho Brittany Imaku, San Jose State Dellena Criner, Nevada Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Amanda Johnson, Nevada Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech

Avg 8.43 7.03 6.31 4.88 5.50 5.14 7.61 7.85 6.82 6.62 5.66 6.18 7.31 6.61 6.17 5.59 4.50 4.43 4.50 3.84 4.48 5.66

TOTAL STEALS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Melissa Sanford, Creighton Kathy Halligan, Creighton Tomika Young, Brigham Young Tomika Young, Brigham Young Falisha Wright, San Diego State Terri Pedregon, UTEP Tamika Stukes, New Mexico Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego State Tamika Stukes, New Mexico Becky Hammon, Colorado State Kasie Pittman, Tulsa D-dra Rucker, SMU Cricket Williams, State Allison Curtin, Tulsa Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Dellena Criner, Nevada Jessica Thompson, Boise State Dellena Criner, Nevada Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Alice Coddington, Utah State Jasmine Lowe, New Mexico State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State

Stl 73 73 106 103 103 95 95 96 115 98 94 82 88 96 101 74 115 87 86 73 73 75 87 97

STEAL AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

Name, School Melissa Sanford, Creighton Tomika Young, Brigham Young Tomika Young, Brigham Young Falisha Wright, San Diego State Terri Pedregon, UTEP Jodi Nowlin, San Diego State Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego State Tamika Stukes, New Mexico Linda Froehich, UNLV Kasie Pittman, Tulsa D-dra Rucker, SMU Cricket Williams, San Jose State

Avg 2.52 3.79 3.55 3.32 3.39 3.36 3.43 3.48 2.93 3.24 2.93 3.26

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Allison Curtin, Tulsa Cricket Williams, San Jose State Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Dellena Criner, Nevada Jessica Thompson, Boise State Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Alice Coddington, Utah State Jasmine Lowe, New Mexico State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State

3.20 3.36 2.47 3.97 2.72 2.69 2.35 2.50 2.72 2.85

TOTAL BLOCKS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Melissa Sanford, Creighton Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Michelle Suman, San Diego State Michelle Suman, San Diego State Amber McEwen, Utah Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Kristi Rose, Utah Lauren Beckman, Utah Katie Remke, SMU Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Lauren Neaves, Rice Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Niki Holt, New Mexico State Crystal Boyd, New Mexico State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Banna Diop, Utah State Ashley Walters, Idaho

Blk 37 48 84 68 87 38 48 54 51 40 96 77 110 84 75 64 44 52 61 51 51 62 47

BLOCK AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Melissa Sanford, Creighton Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Michelle Suman, San Diego State Amber McEwen, Utah Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Kristi Rose, Utah Lauren Beckman, Utah Channon High, Fresno State Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Lauren Neaves, Rice Alofa Toiaivao, Hawai‘i Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Iwona Zagrobelna, Hawai‘i Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Niki Holt, New Mexico State Nicole Johnson, Utah State Banna Diop, Utah State Kayla Williams, Nevada

Avg 1.28 1.66 2.90 2.39 2.90 1.31 1.66 2.00 1.82 1.33 2.82 2.57 3.67 2.62 2.54 2.46 1.50 1.73 2.18 1.60 1.88 1.73

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YEARLY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS – WAC SCORING Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Abby Garchek, New Mexico Becky Hammon, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Amy Pack, UTEP Amy Pack, UTEP Cricket Williams, San Jose State Allison Curtin, Tulsa Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Katie Madison, Idaho JoKeira Sneed, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Devyn Christensen, Utah State

Pts 304 279 303 295 330 274 380 286 373 259 319 333 399 330 360 286 302 277 265 292 356 289

SCORING AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Abby Garchek, New Mexico Becky Hammon, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Amy Pack, UTEP Amy Pack, UTEP Cricket Williams, San Jose State Allison Curtin, Tulsa Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Katie Madison, Idaho JoKeira Sneed, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Devyn Christensen, Utah State

Avg 25.3 21.5 21.6 21.1 23.6 19.6 23.8 20.4 26.6 18.5 19.9 18.5 22.2 18.3 20.0 17.9 18.9 18.5 16.6 18.3 22.3 20.6

TOTAL FIELD GOALS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Name, School Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Teresa James, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Linda Froehlich, UNLV Amy Pack, UTEP Kate Smith, Nevada Kate Smith, Nevada Allison Curtin, Tulsa Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech

FG 124 118 116 94 103 94 131 99 125 92 113 112 130 131

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Katie Madison, Idaho JoKeira Sneed, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Brittany Johnson, San Jose State

125 110 109 98 104 104 118 125 99

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School FGA Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State 236 Kim Talbot, Brigham Young 225 Falisha Wright, San Diego State 252 Teresa James, Colorado State 228 Teresa James, Colorado State 212 Abby Garchek, New Mexico 213 Becky Hammon, Colorado State 278 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah 220 Linda Froehlich, UNLV 287 Karlin Kennedy, SMU 159 Amy Pack, UTEP 242 A’Giza Elea, San Jose State 236 Allison Curtin, Tulsa 304 Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech 244 Jillian Robbins, Tulsa 228 Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech 228 Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State 277 Anikia Jawara, New Mexico State 254 JoKeira Sneed, Louisiana Tech 277 Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech 204 Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech 237 Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech 259 Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State 189

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Amy Spencer, Creighton Michelle Suman, San Diego State Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Michelle Suman, San Diego State Amber McEwen, Utah Karlin Kennedy, SMU Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Karlin Kennedy, SMU Kenya Tuttle, Rice Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Katie Golomb, Nevada Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Amber Jackson, San Jose State Amber Jackson, San Jose State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Erica Henry, Fresno State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Charlotte Otero, Idaho Ashlee Brown, Utah State Brooke Jackson, Utah State

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Pct 63.0 64.8 63.9 59.5 60.6 53.7 54.2 62.5 59.2 55.9 55.9 54.7 67.9 53.7 55.2 65.5 53.4 57.1 62.6 55.3 54.3 53.4 56.5

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Carmelia Bloodsaw, San Diego State Falisha Wright, San Diego State Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Staci Oddo, Fresno State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Julie Krommenhoek Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Jenny Cafferty, Rice Athena Pirpich, Tulsa Kimya Murray, UTEP Ashley Bastian, Nevada Kara Pongonis, Tulsa Jessica Kellogg, San Jose State Nadi Begay, Boise State Traci Graham, Nevada Liz Witte, Idaho Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Rosie Moult, Fresno State Devyn Christensen, Utah State

FG 37 38 29 41 34 39 39 53 54 55 44 47 56 57 40 45 41 37 37 53 42 49 46 46 41

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School FGA Carmelia Bloodsaw, San Diego State 111 Falisha Wright, San Diego State 82 Debbie Carson, Colorado State 82 Amy Billhymer, UTEP 99 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah 82 Staci Oddo, Fresno State 82 Becky Hammon, Colorado State 98 Becky Hammon, Colorado State 124 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah 128 Jill Sutton, TCU 116 Lindsay Logan, Fresno State 101 Athena Pirpich, Tulsa 132 Kimya Murray, UTEP 135 Ashley Bastian, Nevada 144 Kara Pongonis, Tulsa 105 Jessica Kellogg, San Jose State 138 Aarica Ray-Boyd, Louisiana Tech 121 Liz Witte, Idaho 111 Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State 119 Ana Pares, Utah State 106 Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State 108 Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State 125 Devyn Christensen, Utah State 93


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Name, School Krista Treide, Wyoming Kathy Halligan, Creighton Staci Oddo, Fresno State Staci Oddo, Fresno State Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Connie Krueger, Fresno State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Jenny Cafferty, Rice Kati Safaritova, TCU Karena Greeny, Hawai‘i Abby Vaughan, Boise State Michelle Woods, Rice Michelle Woods, Rice Nadia Begay , Boise State Taylor Richards, Utah State Emily Nichols, San Jose State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Charlotte Otero, Idaho Brietta Thomas, Louisiana Tech Taylor Thompson, Fresno State

TOTAL FREE THROWS Year Name, School 1990-91 Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young 1991-92 Karen Alcorn, Utah 1992-93 Amy Burnett, Wyoming 1993-94 Amy Burnett, Wyoming 1994-95 Amy Burnett, Wyoming 1995-96 Chrissy Ingalls, Wyoming 1996-97 Lila Osceola, Tulsa 1997-98 Abby Garchek, New Mexico 1998-99 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i 1999-00 Amy Pack, UTEP 2000-01 Amy Pack, UTEP 2001-02 Leela Farr, Tulsa 2002-03 Allison Curtin, Tulsa 2003-04 Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Dellena Criner, Nevada 2007-08 Dellena Criner, Nevada 2008-09 Dellena Criner, Nevada 2009-10 Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech 2011-12 Brittany Johnson, San Jose State

Pct 56.1 60.8 58.8 42.7 50.0 48.6 50.5 45.3 49.1 51.2 51.1 52.4 45.4 45.0 40.0 39.8 41.7 46.0 42.4 50.0 44.9 52.5

FT 62 76 73 95 110 76 95 65 81 74 105 100 110 86 106 69 86 89 74 76 102 80

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Name, School Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Karen Alcorn, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Abby Garchek, New Mexico Lila Osceola, Tulsa Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Amy Pack, UTEP Amy Pack, UTEP Leela Farr, Tulsa Allison Curtin, Tulsa Tatiana Taylor, San Jose State

FTA 75 93 87 115 126 101 132 90 100 98 147 142 130 97

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Dellena Criner, Nevada Dellena Criner, Nevada Dellena Criner, Nevada Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Brittany Johnson, San Jose State

156 82 116 108 96 101 120 106

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young Kathy Halligan, Creighton Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Heidi Harris, New Mexico Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Kim Brandl, SMU Abby Garchek, New Mexico Brandi Ashby, Hawai‘i Becky Hammon, Colorado State D-dra Rucker, SMU Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Kimya Murray, UTEP Vaida Zagurskyte, UTEP Kaira White, SMU Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Jessica Thompson, Boise State Hannah Spanich, New Mexico State Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Tasha Harris, Boise State Lauren Lenhardt, Boise State Devyn Christensen, Utah State

Pct 88.6 82.7 85.0 84.1 93.0 86.4 91.1 87.8 87.8 89.4 98.1 92.1 86.5 86.8 84.0 81.5 84.1 86.3 83.3 84.4 80.7 91.2 84.7

TOTAL REBOUNDS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Tanya Zachary, Utah Tanya Zachary, Utah Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Andrea Herold, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amber McEwen, Utah Janee Young, Fresno State Katie Cronin, Colorado State Linda Froehlich, UNLV Amy Pack, UTEP Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Chery Ford, Louisiana Tech Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i

Reb 137 129 132 168 143 137 179 129 129 125 174 188 252 185 179 162 190 199 186 219 180 149

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REBOUND AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Tanya Zachary, Utah Tanya Zachary, Utah Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Andrea Herold, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amber McEwen, Utah Janee Young, Fresno State Katie Cronin, Colorado State Linda Froehlich, UNLV Amy Pack, UTEP Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i

Avg 11.4 9.2 9.4 12.0 10.2 9.8 11.2 9.2 9.2 8.9 10.9 10.4 14.0 10.3 9.9 10.1 11.9 12.4 11.6 13.7 12.0 10.6

TOTAL ASSISTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Michelle Miles, San Diego State Michelle Miles, San Diego State Tammie Beckley, Fresno State Suzanne Zahasky, Fresno State Lakeysha Wright, San Diego State Richelle Cleverley, Utah Alli Bills, Utah Alli Bills, Utah Kristen Pool, UNLV Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Laura Ingham, Nevada Cricket Williams, San Jose State Cricket Williams, San Jose State Erica McGlaston, San Jose State Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Charlotte Otero, Idaho Brittany Imaku, San Jose State Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Amanda Johnson, Nevada Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech

Ast 114 101 91 77 100 74 120 109 89 92 99 118 137 88 121 77 86 68 80 64 74 95


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YEARLY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS – WAC ASSIST AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Michelle Miles, San Diego State Michelle Miles, San Diego State Tammie Beckley, Fresno State Suzanne Zahasky, Fresno State Lakeysha Wright, San Diego State Richelle Cleverley, Utah Alli Bills, Utah Alli Bills, Utah Kristen Pool, UNLV Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Laura Ingham, Nevada Cricket Williams, San Jose State Cricket Williams, San Jose State Erica McGlaston, San Jose State Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Charlotte Otero, Idaho Brittany Imaku, San Jose State Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Amanda Johnson, Nevada Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech

Ast 9.08 7.21 7.00 5.50 7.14 5.29 7.50 7.78 7.07 6.57 6.19 6.56 7.61 5.18 6.17 4.81 5.38 4.53 5.00 4.00 4.63 6.79

TOTAL STEALS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Michelle Miles, San Diego State Tomika Young, Brigham Young Tomika Young, Brigham Young Falisha Wright, San Diego State Terri Pedregon, UTEP Jodi Nowlin, San Diego State Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego State Kasie Pittman, Tulsa BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Kasie Pittman, Tulsa D-dra Rucker, SMU Cricket Williams, San Jose State Allison Curtin, Tulsa Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Traci Graham, Nevada Cherlanda Franklin, Nevada Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Taylor Thompson, Fresno State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State

Stl 32 64 45 44 44 47 58 57 44 44 47 49 67 59 64 74 62 43 57 46 47 41 51

STEAL AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

Name, School Michelle Miles, San Diego State Tomika Young, Brigham Young Tomika Young, Brigham Young Falisha Wright, San Diego State Terri Pedregon, UTEP Jodi Nowlin, San Diego State Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego State Kasie Pittman, Tulsa BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Kasie Pittman, Tulsa D-dra Rucker, SMU Cricket Williams, San Jose State

Avg 2.67 4.57 3.21 3.14 3.14 3.36 3.63 4.07 3.14 3.14 3.36 3.27 3.72

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Allison Curtin, Tulsa Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Traci Graham, Nevada Cherlanda Franklin, Nevada Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Taylor Thompson, Fresno State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State

3.28 3.56 2.47 3.88 2.69 3.56 2.88 2.94 2.93 3.64

TOTAL BLOCKS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Mikki Kane, Utah Amberli Gustin, Brigham Young Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Michelle Suman, San Diego State Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Amber McEwen, Utah Kristi Rose, Utah Jill Adams, Brigham Young Kristi Rose, Utah Katie Kern, New Mexico Channan High, Fresno State Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Lauren Neaves, Rice Alofa Toiaivao, Hawai‘i Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Niki Holt, New Mexico State Crystal Boyd, New Mexico State Banna Diop, Utah State Ashley Walters, Idaho

Blk 17 17 30 47 39 40 25 26 26 29 24 20 41 43 60 51 45 40 25 30 39 30 41 25

BLOCK AVERAGE Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name, School Mikki Kane, Utah Amberli Gustin, Brigham Young Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Michelle Suman, San Diego State Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Amber McEwen, Utah Kristi Rose, Utah Jill Adams, Brigham Young Kristi Rose, Utah Katie Kern, New Mexico Channan High, Fresno State Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Lauren Neaves, Rice Alofa Toiaivao, Hawai‘i Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Niki Holt, New Mexico State Crystal Boyd, New Mexico State Banna Diop, Utah State Ashley Walters, Idago

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Avg 1.42 1.42 2.14 3.35 2.79 2.86 1.79 1.63 1.63 2.07 1.71 1.43 2.56 2.39 3.33 2.83 2.54 2.86 1.79 1.88 3.00 1.88 2.56 1.79


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WAC STANDINGS 1990-91

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Bruce Rasmussen 11-1 .917 83.7 69.7 22-7 .759 80.3 72.6 Creighton Utah Elaine Elliott 9-3 .750 75.3 61.4 20-10 .667 75.3 63.6 Wyoming Chad Lavin 7-5 .583 69.7 66.8 15-13 .536 66.1 65.7 San Diego State Beth Burns 6-6 .500 74.0 73.9 14-14 .500 72.9 70.2 Colorado State Greg Williams 4-8 .333 61.6 75.3 11-16 .407 62.5 69.0 3-9 .250 72.8 78.2 8-21 .276 70.3 78.4 Brigham Young Jeanie Wilson UTEP Sandra Rushing 2-10 .167 61.6 73.0 5-22 .185 60.0 73.4

1991-92

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Creighton Bruce Rasmussen 13-1 .929 81.6 63.2 28-4 .875 80.7 63.8 Brigham Young Jeanie Wilson 12-2 .857 79.3 72.1 21-8 .724 79.0 71.7 Utah Elaine Elliott 10-4 .714 73.8 62.8 22-8 .733 71.9 63.2 San Diego State Beth Burns 9-5 .643 78.2 64.9 18-11 .621 75.0 64.6 Wyoming Chad Lavin 5-9 .357 72.3 68.1 14-14 .500 73.8 65.8 UTEP Sandra Rushing 4-10 .286 61.6 67.8 11-17 .393 66.9 69.1 Colorado State Greg Williams 3-11 .214 69.2 82.4 8-19 .296 71.0 79.7 New Mexico Mo Eckroth 0-14 .000 48.3 83.0 2-26 .071 50.3 81.7

Team Coach Brigham Young Jeanie Wilson San Diego State Beth Burns Utah Elaine Elliott UTEP Sandra Rushing Wyoming Chad Lavin Colorado State Greg Williams Fresno State Bob Spencer New Mexico Mo Eckroth

Team Coach San Diego State Beth Burns Brigham Young Jeanie Wilson Utah Elaine Elliott Wyoming Chad Lavin Colorado State Greg Williams Fresno State Linda Wunder UTEP Sandra Rushing New Mexico Mo Eckroth

Team Coach San Diego State Beth Burns Utah Elaine Elliott Wyoming Chad Lavin Colorado State Greg Williams UTEP Sandra Rushing Fresno State Linda Wunder Brigham Young Soni Adams New Mexico Mo Eckroth

1996-97 Pacific Division

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. San Diego State Beth Burns 15-1 .938 71.4 48.4 23-7 .767 67.5 52.0 Colorado State Greg Williams 12-4 .750 70.8 61.2 21-7 .750 74.4 63.6 Hawai‘i Vince Goo 12-4 .750 65.8 57.4 21-8 .724 67.3 57.9 Wyoming Chad Lavin 9-7 .563 67.4 62.3 17-11 .607 64.6 60.6 Fresno State Linda Wunder 7-9 .438 56.8 61.2 14-13 .519 58.8 59.0 San Jose State Karen Smith 5-11 .313 61.4 72.6 10-18 .357 60.8 70.6 UNLV LaDonna McClain 2-13 .125 58.4 74.4 4-23 .148 58.7 75.1 Air Force Marti Gasser 1-15 .063 54.3 73.7 4-22 .154 54.2 69.1

Mountain Division

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Utah Elaine Elliott 15-1 .938 70.0 55.7 25-6 .806 67.4 57.9 SMU Rhonda Rompola 11-5 .688 79.7 68.8 19-11 .633 75.7 69.2 Rice Cristy McKinney 11-5 .688 .73.1 64.3 16-11 .593 69.7 63.8 New Mexico Don Flanagan 8-8 .500 58.6 61.0 18-10 .643 58.6 58.0 TCU Mike Petersen 7-9 .438 74.1 74.8 13-14 .481 74.6 69.9 Brigham Young Soni Adams 7-9 .438 71.1 72.4 11-18 .379 71.8 74.2 UTEP Sandra Rushing 5-11 .313 61.5 68.1 13-12 .520 64.5 62.2 Tulsa Marla Odom 1-15 .063 64.0 80.8 5-21 .192 65.4 76.0

1992-93

WAC Games All Games W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. 13-1 .929 73.0 63.4 24-5 .828 72.2 62.9 9-5 .643 63.4 58.8 19-9 .679 63.6 58.8 9-5 .643 68.5 58.6 19-10 .655 65.1 57.7 8-6 .571 62.2 59.5 18-10 .643 63.2 57.2 6-8 .429 68.6 70.0 14-13 .519 65.1 57.7 4-10 .286 62.9 69.3 13-14 .481 68.5 67.9 4-10 .286 63.8 71.1 10-17 .370 66.7 72.7 3-11 .214 55.4 67.2 5-22 .185 54.3 69.7

1993-94

WAC Games All Games W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. 13-1 .929 72.4 56.8 26-5 .679 74.6 53.0 10-4 .714 71.6 68.6 16-12 .828 69.3 65.4 9-5 .643 59.4 59.9 12-14 .655 63.5 57.4 8-6 .571 66.4 67.1 13-14 .519 66.2 66.6 5-9 .357 64.0 66.0 15-14 .481 63.2 66.9 5-9 .357 63.1 65.8 13-15 .370 62.5 68.9 5-9 .357 64.1 65.0 10-16 .643 62.7 62.3 1-13 .071 53.0 73.1 2-25 .185 49.9 71.2

1997-98 Pacific Division

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Hawai‘i Vince Goo 13-1 .929 79.8 60.5 24-4 .857 79.6 67.2 Rice Cristy McKinney 11-3 .786 71.0 63.6 21-9 .700 70.4 60.9 SMU Rhonda Rompola 11-3 .786 69.9 61.1 21-8 .724 69.9 62.2 Fresno State Linda Wunder 6-8 .429 66.6 67.1 12-16 .429 66.2 67.7 Tulsa Marla Odom 5-9 .357 59.9 67.7 9-18 .333 61.1 69.1 TCU Mike Petersen 4-10 .286 66.5 74.4 13-15 .464 69.3 69.8 San Diego State Barb Smith 4-10 .286 61.9 68.8 10-15 .400 63.4 66.4 San Jose State Karen Smith 2-12 .143 61.4 74.0 6-21 .222 60.9 72.9

Mountain Division

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Utah Elaine Elliott 11-3 .786 70.7 56.7 21-6 .778 69.3 56.7 Colorado State Tom Collen 11-3 .786 80.1 63.4 24-6 .786 80.9 66.8 UTEP Sandra Rushing 10-4 .714 65.9 63.1 16-11 .593 64.6 64.6 New Mexico Don Flanagan 10-4 .714 70.9 59.4 26-7 .788 71.5 56.6 Brigham Young Trent Shippen 6-8 .429 68.9 67.2 15-14 .517 69.0 67.0 Wyoming Chad Lavin 5-9 .357 62.9 67.1 10-17 .370 65.3 67.7 UNLV LaDonna McClain 3-11 .214 61.9 72.1 4-23 .148 62.0 73.8 Air Force Marti Gasser 0-14 .000 54.7 87.4 5-21 .192 57.0 77.1

1994-95

WAC Games All Games W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. 14-0 1.000 74.6 52.3 24-6 .800 69.4 55.5 12-2 .857 69.6 57.2 23-7 .767 69.3 57.4 7-7 .500 63.9 66.2 15-12 .556 71.3 69.4 6-8 .429 59.1 64.5 14-13 .519 65.8 67.0 6-8 .429 64.2 60.6 13-15 .464 61.6 62.0 5-9 .357 56.6 67.9 14-14 .500 62.6 66.9 4-10 .286 66.6 71.5 8-19 .296 67.8 71.9 2-12 .143 59.4 73.6 5-22 .185 60.0 75.0

1995-96

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Colorado State Greg Williams 12-2 .857 74.6 61.9 26-5 .839 72.5 63.3 Utah Elaine Elliott 12-2 .857 70.1 58.0 21-8 .724 70.7 60.4 San Diego State Beth Burns 9-5 .643 66.5 58.9 20-8 .714 67.8 57.8 Wyoming Chad Lavin 7-7 .500 62.0 63.8 11-16 .407 63.0 65.2 New Mexico Don Flanagan 6-8 .429 67.2 67.4 14-15 .483 66.9 64.5 Fresno State Linda Wunder 4-10 .286 56.2 66.5 11-16 .407 61.5 65.9 UTEP Sandra Rushing 3-11 .214 59.1 69.6 12-15 .444 61.9 62.9 Brigham Young Soni Adams 3-11 .214 67.4 76.9 9-18 .333 67.6 74.5

1998-99

Pacific Division

Team Coach New Mexico Don Flanagan Utah Elaine Elliott Brigham Young Trent Shippen Hawai‘i Vince Goo UTEP Sandra Rushing Fresno State Britt King San Diego State Barb Smith San Jose State Karen Smith

WAC Games All Games W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. 12-2 .857 64.6 56.7 24-7 .774 64.0 58.5 12-2 .857 63.3 48.5 21-7 .750 65.9 55.1 9-5 .643 68.6 54.5 16-13 .552 68.0 62.9 9-5 .643 65.1 57.1 17-10 .630 66.4 59.0 6-8 .429 55.3 62.1 12-15 .444 55.4 60.5 4-10 .286 61.6 69.6 9-19 .321 63.6 68.8 4-10 .286 61.6 69.6 7-19 .269 61.5 68.8 0-14 .000 45.1 72.6 6-21 .222 60.9 72.9

Mountain Division

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Colorado State Tom Collen 14-0 1.000 82.6 58.6 33-3 .943 79.3 64.1 SMU Rhonda Rompola 11-3 .786 71.6 61.0 20-11 .645 71.9 65.9 Rice Cristy McKinney 9-5 .643 66.4 54.4 20-11 .645 66.3 59.4 TCU Mike Peterson 7-7 .500 70.7 72.7 16-12 .571 73.9 70.0 UNLV Regina Miller 7-7 .500 66.5 66.2 17-11 .607 67.1 65.5 Tulsa Marla Odom 5-9 .357 60.8 65.7 7-20 .259 60.0 70.4 Wyoming Cindy Fisher 3-11 .214 67.5 78.6 7-19 .269 64.2 74.8 Air Force Sue Darling 0-14 .000 51.9 80.8 5-21 .192 54.2 75.0

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WAC STANDINGS Team SMU Hawai‘i Rice Tulsa TCU Fresno State UTEP San Jose State

Team TCU Hawai‘i SMU Nevada Rice Fresno State Tulsa UTEP San Jose State

1999-00

WAC Games All Games Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Rhonda Rompola 12-2 .857 71.9 55.7 22-9 .710 72.1 61.4 Vince Goo 11-3 .786 66.0 56.6 20-9 .690 67.8 61.7 Cristy McKinney 10-4 .714 72.4 58.0 22-10 .688 67.8 59.8 K. McConnell-Miller 9-5 .643 63.6 58.8 14-15 .483 62.7 62.7 Jeff Mittie 7-7 .500 68.8 65.8 16-14 .533 71.9 65.9 Britt King 4-10 .286 62.0 69.4 11-18 .379 62.9 66.8 Sandra Rushing 2-12 .143 54.1 71.5 5-22 .185 54.9 70.5 Janice Richard 1-13 .071 51.9 74.9 3-24 .111 54.9 74.5

2000-01

WAC Games All Games Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Jeff Mittie 13-3 .813 71.2 62.1 25-8 .758 71.6 61.9 Vince Goo 12-4 .750 67.8 56.4 26-8 .765 69.2 59.1 Rhonda Rompola 11-5 .688 68.8 64.8 17-12 .586 67.9 68.6 Ada Gee 9-7 563 69.2 67.1 16-12 .571 70.3 66.8 Cristy McKinney 9-7 .630 61.6 63.6 18-12 .600 63.4 64.3 Britt King 6-10 .375 63.9 66.1 10-19 .345 62.7 67.9 K. McConnell-Miller 4-12 .250 61.3 66.0 8-21 .276 59.2 65.7 Sandra Rushing 4-12 .250 60.4 69.1 8-20 .285 60.2 67.6 Janice Richard 4-12 .250 65.9 74.7 13-16 448 67.1 70.7

2004-05

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. 14-4 .778 75.9 63.7 20-10 .667 73.1 66.4 Louisiana Tech Kurt Budke Rice Cristy McKinney 14-4 .778 68.4 62.0 24-9 .727 67.5 61.9 Tulsa K. McConnell-Miller 11-7 .611 70.3 66.6 19-11 .633 68.8 65.0 Fresno State Johnson-Klein/Wiggins 10-8 .556 67.9 63.9 20-11 .646 67.9 62.2 SMU Rhonda Rompola 10-8 .556 63.6 61.6 19-11 .633 64.5 59.8 San Jose State Janice Richard 10-8 .556 60.8 62.0 18-12 .600 61.3 61.0 Hawai‘i Jim Bolla 7-11 .389 59.4 62.6 11-15 .423 60.5 62.7 UTEP Keitha Green 7-11 .389 62.3 66.6 12-17 .414 61.0 63.5 Boise State Jen Warden 4-14 .222 57.2 64.5 10-19 .345 59.6 62.2 Nevada Kim Gervasoni 3-15 .167 58.0 70.5 8-22 .267 59.6 68.2

Team Coach Louisiana Tech Chris Long Fresno State Adrian Wiggins Hawai‘i Jim Bolla San Jose State Janice Richard Nevada Kim Gervasoni Boise State Gordy Presnell Idaho Mike Divilibiss New Mexico State Darin Spence Utah State Raegan Pebley

2005-06

WAC Games All Games W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. 15-1 .938 73.2 56.2 26-5 .839 72.9 60.7 14-2 .875 69.9 56.4 24-8 .750 70.1 60.2 9-7 .563 66.0 66.9 18-10 .643 67.1 66.2 8-8 .500 57.5 60.4 13-15 .464 61.1 63.8 8-8 .500 57.8 61.4 13-17 .433 58.9 62.1 6-10 .375 64.7 63.8 15-15 .500 66.1 62.1 5-11 .313 57.6 61.6 10-19 .345 61.9 64.0 5-11 .313 54.7 62.6 10-20 .333 56.3 63.9 2-14 .125 52.1 64.2 3-24 .111 55.9 67.3

2001-02

WAC Games All Games Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Team Louisiana Tech Leon Barmore 17-1 .944 80.1 50.5 25-5 .833 76.3 53.5 Rice Cristy McKinney 14-4 .778 65.1 59.3 21-9 .700 63.4 60.5 Hawai‘i Vince Goo 14-4 .778 63.2 56.3 23-8 .742 63.5 56.1 San Jose State Janice Richard 12-6 .667 68.9 74.7 17-11 .607 68.0 66.4 K. McConnell-Miller 11-7 .611 66.4 61.3 17-13 .567 64.4 61.2 Tulsa Nevada Ada Gee 6-12 .333 59.1 68.1 9-19 .321 59.5 70.0 SMU Rhonda Rompola 6-12 .333 61.1 65.9 12-18 .400 62.9 67.7 Boise State Trisha Stevens 5-13 .278 57.9 65.9 10-20 .333 59.8 67.0 Fresno State Britt King 4-14 .222 59.6 68.7 9-20 .303 62.3 67.9 UTEP Keitha Green 1-17 .056 9.8 79.1 3-25 .107 60.2 79.2

2002-03

WAC Games All Games Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Team Louisiana Tech Kurt Budke 18-0 1.000 80.3 57.7 31-3 .912 78.4 57.6 Rice Cristy McKinney 12-6 .667 64.9 61.3 15-13 .536 64.5 63.3 Fresno State S. Johnson-Klein 11-7 .611 65.1 63.2 21-13 .618 65.3 64.3 Hawai‘i Vince Goo 9-9 .500 59.6 56.6 16-14 .533 59.9 58.4 Tulsa K. McConnell-Miller 9-9 .500 66.6 63.2 14-16 .467 65.7 64.6 San Jose State Janice Richard 9-9 .500 66.8 69.7 13-15 .464 65.9 68.0 SMU Rhonda Rompola 8-10 .444 65.6 68.9 16-15 .516 64.9 66.7 Boise State Jen Warden 6-12 .333 62.1 73.6 10-20 .333 59.5 70.6 UTEP Keitha Green 5-13 .278 64.1 72.7 10-19 .345 66.0 70.8 Nevada Ada Gee 3-15 .167 60.9 69.2 10-19 .345 62.3 65.5

Team Coach Gordy Presnell Boise State Louisiana Tech Chris Long Nevada Kim Gervasoni Fresno State Adrian Wiggins Hawai‘i Jim Bolla Utah State Raegan Pebley New Mexico State Darin Spence San Jose State Greg Lockridge Idaho Mike Divilibiss

Team Coach Gordy Presnell Boise State *Fresno State Adrian Wiggins New Mexico State Darin Spence Nevada Kim Gervasoni Louisiana Tech Chris Long Hawai‘i Jim Bolla Utah State Raegan Pebley Idaho Mike Divilibiss San Jose State Pam DeCosta

WAC Games All Games W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. 12-4 .750 70.4 59.6 24-9 .727 68.9 61.0 12-4 .750 68.4 59.0 17-13 .576 65.9 61.2 10-6 .625 67.9 63.8 17-14 .548 67.1 66.2 9-7 .563 68.3 65.9 18-13 .581 66.0 64.0 9-7 .563 62.9 60.6 15-14 .517 62.8 63.1 7-9 .438 61.1 65.5 11-18 .379 59.6 65.4 6-10 .375 61.6 64.9 13-18 .419 60.7 64.2 4-12 .250 55.9 66.7 5-27 .156 58.4 69.6 3-13 .188 62.9 73.5 6-22 .214 62.2 74.1

2007-08

WAC Games All Games W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def 14-2 .875 74.6 64.9 24-8 .750 72.8 65.8 14-2 .875 72.9 59.4 22-11 .667 72.1 65.5 11-5 .688 69.3 62.9 23-9 .719 67.8 62.3 9-7 .563 68.5 66.9 18-12 .600 68.1 65.4 9-7 .563 67.4 63.6 16-15 .516 68.4 65.5 6-10 .375 63.1 65.2 12-18 .400 64.1 66.4 5-11 .313 56.4 64.3 9-20 .310 58.4 64.0 3-13 .188 54.4 66.2 4-25 .138 54.0 67.5 1-15 .063 58.6 71.8 3-28 .097 59.6 71.6

*vacated regular-season title

2003-04

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def. Louisiana Tech Kurt Budke 17-1 .944 83.4 58.9 29-3 .906 82.5 59.3 Rice Cristy McKinney 16-2 .889 69.8 59.6 22-10 .688 66.1 60.6 Tulsa K. McConnell-Miller 11-7 .611 68.0 65.1 19-12 .613 66.6 65.0 UTEP Keitha Green 10-8 .556 58.9 56.5 16-13 .552 60.8 58.1 SMU Rhonda Rompola 9-9 .500 62.9 64.5 13-15 .464 61.9 65.7 San Jose State Janice Richard 7-11 .389 61.2 68.4 16-13 .552 63.4 63.7 Fresno State S. Johnson-Klein 7-11 .389 59.8 62.7 13-16 .448 61.0 62.6 Hawai‘i Vince Goo 6-12 .333 54.7 60.3 8-20 .286 57.9 62.8 Boise State Jen Warden 5-13 .278 59.6 66.9 9-20 .310 62.2 69.2 Nevada Kim Gervasoni 2-16 .111 59.0 74.3 3-26 .103 59.1 72.0

2006-07

2008-09

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def Fresno State Adrian Wiggins 12-4 .750 67.2 56.3 24-9 .727 68.2 60.1 Louisiana Tech Long/Weatherspoon 12-4 .750 69.9 62.6 21-13 .618 69.3 62.4 Nevada Jane Albright 10-6 .625 62.8 56.6 18-14 .563 63.1 61.1 Idaho Jon Newlee 10-6 .625 60.2 57.0 13-15 .464 58.9 59.5 Boise State Gordy Presnell 9-7 .563 60.1 60.9 16-15 .516 61.7 62.8 Utah State Raegan Pebley 9-7 .563 61.8 59.2 16-15 .516 58.3 57.9 New Mexico State Darin Spence 5-11 .313 59.5 64.5 9-22 .290 60.8 67.4 Hawai‘i Bolla/Charity 4-12 .250 56.2 65.7 8-23 .258 57.5 65.9 San Jose State Pam DeCosta 1-15 .063 50.6 65.6 2-28 .067 52.2 69.9

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WAC STANDINGS 2009-10

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def Fresno State Adrian Wiggins 16-0 1.000 76.4 58.0 27-7 .794 72.9 60.8 Louisiana Tech Teresa Weatherspoon 11-5 .688 71.8 63.8 23-9 .719 73.8 64.7 Nevada Jane Albright 10-6 .625 65.1 61.3 17-16 .515 63.2 62.5 Boise State Gordy Presnell 8-8 .500 69.6 68.6 19-12 .613 70.4 67.1 New Mexico State Darin Spence 8-8 .500 66.8 63.1 18-14 .563 68.4 64.9 Idaho Jon Newlee 8-8 .500 62.2 64.7 11-20 .355 60.3 65.9 Utah State Raegan Pebley 5-11 .313 57.8 63.3 13-17 .433 58.9 60.1 Hawai‘i Dana Takahara-Dias 4-12 .250 60.9 69.2 10-20 .333 60.5 70.3 San Jose State Pam DeCosta 2-14 .125 51.8 70.4 6-23 .207 56.6 71.2

2010-11

WAC Games All Games Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def Team Louisiana Tech Teresa Weatherspoon 15-1 .938 77.9 65.7 24-8 .750 73.0 64.4 Fresno State Adrian Wiggins 14-2 .875 77.2 60.1 25-8 .758 75.9 65.5 Utah State Raegan Pebley 10-6 .625 71.2 66.1 18-15 .545 69.3 70.0 Nevada Jane Albright 9-7 .563 63.9 60.4 22-11 .667 67.5 63.8 Idaho Jon Newlee 7-9 .438 61.8 61.6 15-16 .484 63.0 63.8 New Mexico State Darin Spence 7-9 .438 63.0 64.4 14-18 .438 65.5 66.8 Hawaii Dana Takahara-Dias 5-11 .313 58.0 66.6 11-19 .367 60.5 66.3 Boise State Gordy Presnell 3-13 .188 63.2 73.5 12-19 .387 67.1 70.7 San Jose State Pam DeCosta 2-14 .125 46.9 65.0 2-27 .069 47.7 66.0

2011-12

WAC Games All Games Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def Team Fresno State Adrian Wiggins 13-1 .929 76.6 57.6 28-6 .824 74.9 62.2 Utah State Raegan Pebley 11-3 .786 76.2 67.9 21-10 .677 72.4 66.4 Louisiana Tech Teresa Weatherspoon 8-6 .571 65.1 62.6 17-15 .531 66.6 66.2 Idaho Jon Newlee 6-8 .429 64.4 68.5 12-20 .375 61.9 67.7 San Jose State Tim La Kose 6-8 .429 67.4 68.9 11-19 .367 64.4 69.0 Hawaii Dana Takahara-Dias 6-8 .429 59.3 66.6 11-19 .367 58.9 67.0 Nevada Jane Albright 3-11 .214 69.1 76.9 7-23 .233 67.5 75.2 New Mexico State Mark Trakh 3-11 .214 53.8 62.9 6-24 .200 53.8 63.3

WAC Creighton* Louisiana Tech Utah$ Rice San Diego State$ SMU+ Colorado State$ Fresno State^ Brigham Young$ Hawai‘i% TCU! Wyoming$ Tulsa+ Utah State Boise State@ New Mexico State Nevada& Idaho New Mexico$ UTEP# UNLV% San Jose State Air Force% *WAC Affiliate 1990-92 #WAC Member 1991-04

NON-CONFERENCE RECORDS

Year

W L PCT

1990-91

50 57 .467

1991-92

60 43 .583

1992-93

59 35 .628

1993-94

43 51 .457

1994-95

60 52 .535

1995-96

61 38 .616

1996-97

94 71 .570

1997-98

107 89 .546

1998-99

104 96 .520

1999-00

48 55 .466

2000-01

54 50 .519

2001-02

47 49 .490

2002-03

57 48 .528

2003-04

55 55 .500

2004-05

62 33 .653

2005-06

48 51 .485

2006-07

45 66 .405

2007-08

51 64 .443

2008-09

46 72 .390

2009-10

65 55 .542

2010-11

62 57 .521

2011-12 Totals

50 71 .413 1328 1258 .514

(Regular-season games only)

ALL-TIME COMPOSITE STANDINGS W L PCT 24 2 .923 146 34 .811 99 27 .786 106 40 .685 83 43 .659 89 57 .610 71 55 .563 169 143 .542 67 59 .532 136 120 .531 38 36 .514 57 69 .452 66 80 .452 49 61 .445 72 96 .429 45 65 .409 80 116 .408 42 68 .382 42 72 .368 78 152 .339 12 31 .279 76 193 .283 1 43 .023 %WAC Member 1996-99 @WAC Member 2001-11

OVERALL Creighton* Louisiana Tech Utah$ Rice+ San Diego State$ Colorado State$ SMU+ TCU! Fresno State^ Hawai‘i% Boise State Brigham Young$ Wyoming$ Nevada& Utah State Tulsa+ New Mexico State New Mexico$ UTEP# Idaho San Jose State UNLV% Air Force%

$WAC Member 1990-99 %WAC Member 1979-12

W L PCT 50 11 .820 249 99 .713 184 76 .708 179 94 .656 161 94 .631 165 97 .630 159 109 .593 83 63 .568 335 269 .555 251 219 .534 139 138 .502 128 128 .500 116 129 .473 158 203 .438 91 119 .433 112 147 .432 93 125 .427 96 134 .417 164 249 .397 71 137 .341 144 318 .312 25 57 .305 14 64 .179

!WAC Member 1996-01 ^WAC Member 1992-12

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WAC ATTENDANCE RECORDS HOME ATTENDANCE RECORDS

Attendance Game

Date

1.

18,018

UTEP at New Mexico

Jan. 23, 1999

2.

17,213

Utah at New Mexico

Feb. 4, 1997

3.

16,087

Utah at New Mexico

Feb. 27, 1999

4.

13,147

TCU at New Mexico

Feb. 21, 1998

5.

12,193

Idaho at Boise State

Feb. 12, 2011

6.

12,187

Brigham Young at Utah

Feb. 26, 1993

7.

11,677

Hawai‘i at New Mexico

Feb. 7, 1999

8.

11,213

Drake at New Mexico

March 17, 1999

9.

11,174

Wyoming at New Mexico

Jan. 11, 1998

10.

10,696

Wyoming at New Mexico

Feb. 24, 1996

11.

10.426

Colorado State at New Mexico

March 9, 1996

12.

9,254

Pepperdine at New Mexico

March 12, 1999

13.

8,893

Hawai‘i at New Mexico

Feb. 28, 1997

14.

8,875

Wyoming at Colorado State

Feb. 20, 1999

15.

8,825

San Jose State at Boise State

Jan. 13, 2011

16.

8,741

SW Missouri State at Colorado State

March 14, 1999

8,741

CS Northridge at Colorado State

March 12, 1999

18.

8,622

Wyoming at Colorado State

March 1, 1996

19.

8,356

Washington at New Mexico

March 14, 1999

20.

8,031

Brigham Young at Utah

Jan. 10, 1997

21.

7,322

Northern Arizona at New Mexico

Nov. 14, 1998

22.

7,262

Tennessee at TCU

Nov. 27, 2000

23.

7,136

SMU at Colorado State

Feb. 14, 1999

24.

7,123

Brigham Young at New Mexico

Feb. 25, 1999

25.

7,103

Brigham Young at UTEP

Feb. 11, 1993

26.

7,042

Pepperdine at Fresno State

Nov. 19, 2004

27.

6,836

Tennessee at Louisiana Tech

Dec. 4, 2002

28.

6,785

UCLA at Fresno State

Dec. 11, 2004

29.

6,612

Tennessee at Louisiana Tech

Dec. 15, 2004

30.

6,569

Idaho at Boise State

March 7, 2009

31.

6,473

Hawai‘i at Boise State

Jan. 15, 2011

32.

6,369

SMU at TCU

March 3, 2001

33.

6,348

Tennessee at Louisiana Tech

Nov. 28, 2006

Year Teams G Total Average 1990-91* 6 78 32,670 545 1991-92* 7 98 62,279 636 1992-93# 7 88 70,668 803 1993-94 8 101 64,904 643 624 1994-95 8 103 64,335 1995-96 8 100 111,306 1,113 1996-97 16 205 218,780 1,067 1997-98 16 220 284,623 1,293 1998-99 16 221 407,068 1,842 959 1999-00 8 114 109,303 2000-01 9 138 160,492 1,163 2001-02 10 138 158,040 1,145 2002-03 10 138 190,274 1,379 2003-04 10 138 215,789 1,564 1,459 2004-05 10 140 204,257 2005-06 9 123 152,995 1,244 2006-07 9 123 131,084 1,066 2007-08 9 133 161,382 1,213 2008-09 9 135 162,973 1,207 1,328 2009-10 9 135 179,221 2010-11 9 134 198,048 1,478 2011-12 8 120 177,254 1,477

34.

6,258

Brigham Young at New Mexico

Jan. 31, 1998

35.

6,194

New Mexico State at New Mexico

Dec. 12, 1998

*No records kept for UTEP #No records kept for Fresno State

36.

6,192

SMU at Hawai‘i

Feb. 14, 1998

37.

6,171

Nevada at Fresno State

Feb. 26, 2005

38.

6,138

Rice at Louisiana Tech

March 4, 2004

39.

6,050

Wichita State at New Mexico

Nov. 21, 1998

40.

5,817

Rice at Louisiana Tech

Jan. 26, 2002

41.

5,738

UNLV at Colorado State

Jan. 30, 1999

42.

5,539

LSU at Lousiana Tech

Dec. 16, 2007

43.

5,533

Rutgers at Colorado State

Nov. 20, 1998

44.

5,409

Texas Tech at New Mexico

Dec. 20, 1997

45.

5,348

Brigham Young at Utah

Jan. 31, 1992

46.

5,281

UNLV at New Mexico

Feb. 15, 1998

47.

5,237

Nevada at Fresno State

Feb. 28, 2004

48.

5,221

Fresno State at Colorado State

Feb. 3, 1996

49.

5,169

Rice at Fresno State

Feb. 21, 2004

50.

5,045

Texas at TCU

Dec. 28, 2000

Four of the top 50 WAC attendances have come at Fresno State’s Save Mart Center, including the 7,042 fans that saw the Bulldogs take on Pepperdine on Nov. 19, 2004.

WAC YEARLY HOME ATTENDANCE

Tennessee playing in Ruston against Louisiana Tech has drawn more than 6,000 three times, including 6,836 on Dec. 4, 2002.

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WAC YEARLY HONORS FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 Fresno State’s Ki-Ki Moore was named both WAC Player and Newcomer of the Year in 2011-12.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1990-91 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State 1991-92 Kathy Halligan, Creighton 1992-93 Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah 1993-94 Amy Burnett, Wyoming 1994-95 Amy Burnett, Wyoming Christina Murguia, San Diego State 1995-96 Amber McEwen, Utah 1996-97 Becky Hammon, Colorado State (Pacific) Julie Krommenhoek, Utah (Mountain) 1997-98 Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i (Pacific) Becky Hammon, Colorado State (Mountain) 1998-99 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i (Pacific) Becky Hammon, Colorado State (Mountain) 1999-00 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Karlin Kennedy, SMU 2000-01 D-dra Rucker, SMU 2001-02 Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Mirenda Swearengin, Fresno State 2006-07 Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech 2007-08 Tierre Wilson, Fresno State 2008-09 Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech 2011-12 Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State

Shannon Struby, Creighton Debbie Dimond, BYU Staci Oddo, Fresno State Kiana Taylor, UTEP Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Raylene Howard, UH (Pacific) Marla Brumfield, Rice Karlin Kennedy, SMU (Mountain) Jill Sutton, TCU (Pacific) Heather Haanen, Colorado State (Mountain) Erin Gibbons, Utah (Pacific) Linda Froehlich, UNLV (Mountain) Amy Pack, UTEP April Atuaia, Hawai‘i Aritta Lane, Fresno State Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech Jamie Hawkins, Boise State

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Janielle Dodds, SMU Brandi Fitzgerald, Nevada Katie Madison, Idaho Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Derisa Taleni, Idaho Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Ashlee Brown, Utah State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State

COACH OF THE YEAR 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94

Bruce Rasmussen, Creighton Bruce Rasmussen, Creighton Jeanie Wilson, Brigham Young Beth Burns, San Diego State

Delena Criner, Nevada Dellena Criner, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Shavon Moore, Nevada Ashlee Brown, Utah State

1994-95 Beth Burns, San Diego State 1995-96 Greg Williams, Colorado State 1996-97 Beth Burns, San Diego State (Pacific) Elaine Elliott, Utah (Mountain) 1997-98 Vince Goo, Hawai‘i (Pacific) Elaine Elliott, Utah (Mountain) Sandra Rushing, UTEP (Mountain) 1998-99 Elaine Elliott, Utah (Pacific) Tom Collen, Colorado State (Mountain) 1999-00 Kathy McConnell-Miller, Tulsa 2000-01 Jeff Mittie, TCU 2001-02 Janice Richard, San Jose State 2002-03 Kurt Budke, Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Kurt Budke, Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Cristy McKinney, Rice 2005-06 Chris Long, Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Gordy Presnell, Boise State 2007-08 Adrian Wiggins, Fresno State 2008-09 Jon Newlee, Idaho 2009-10 Adrian Wiggins, Fresno State 2010-11 Raegan Pebley, Utah State 2011-12 Tim La Kose, San Jose State

JOE KEARNEY AWARD

(Awarded to the WAC’s Athlete of the Year for any sport since 1992)

1993

Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah

STAN BATES AWARD

(Awarded to the WAC’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year for any sport since 1981)

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

San Jose State head coach Tim La Kose earned WAC Coach of the Year honors last season in his first season at the helm of the Spartans, becoming just the second San Jose State coach ever to earn the honor.

Utah State’s Ashlee Brown was named WAC Defensive Player of the Year in 2011-12 after ranking second in WAC games in blocks (1.6), fifth in rebounding (8.7) and sixth in steals (1.9). 92 2012-13 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide

1995 1996

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ALL-WAC TEAMS 1990-91

FIRST TEAM Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Kathy Halligan, Creighton Mikki Kane, Utah Karen Alcorn, Utah Holly Russ, UTEP SECOND TEAM Marie Kauffman, Wyoming Shannon Struby, Creighton Melissa Sanford, Creighton Amy Spencer, Creighton Tanya Zachary, Utah

1991-92

FIRST TEAM Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State Kathy Halligan, Creighton Mikki Kane, Utah Shannon Struby, Creighton Kim Talbot, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Karen Alcorn, Utah Marie Kauffman, Wyoming Melissa Sanford, Creighton Falisha Wright, San Diego State Tanya Zachary, Utah

1992-93

FIRST TEAM Amy Burnett, Wyoming Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Scarlett Gustin, Wyoming Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Monica Ramirez, UTEP Susana Tauteoli, Utah Shenita Waddell, UTEP Falisha Wright, San Diego State Tomika Young, Brigham Young HONORABLE MENTION Tammie Beckley, Fresno State Becky Bissell, New Mexico Debbie Carson, Colorado State Teresa James, Colorado State Keleigh Logan, Colorado State Staci Oddo, Fresno State Michelle Suman, San Diego State Suzanne Zahasky, Fresno Staet

1993-94

FIRST TEAM Amy Burnett, Wyoming Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Sorii Epps, San Diego State Andrea Herold, Utah Teresa James, Colorado State Rachelle Johnson, San Diego State Kari Jorgensen, Fresno State Monica Ramirez, UTEP Behka Stafford, Brigham Young Falisha Wright, San Diego State HONORABLE MENTION Heidi Harris, New Mexico Kim Hill, Utah Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Anna Knight, Wyoming Christina Murguia, San Diego State

Staci Oddo, Fresno State Misty Smith, Colorado State Michelle Suman, San Diego State Suzanne Zahasky, Fresno State

1994-95

FIRST TEAM Amy Burnett, Wyoming Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Teresa James, Colorado State Kari Jorgensen, Fresno State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Amber McEwen, Utah Christina Murguia, San Diego State Behka Stafford, Brigham Young Michelle Suman, San Diego State Falisha Wright, San Diego State HONORABLE MENTION Tracy Aldridge, New Mexico Dee Dee Dominguez, Colorado State Andrea Herold, Utah Tanisha Huddleston, Fresno State Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Terri Pedregon, UTEP Jessica Thompson, Wyoming Lakeysha Wright, San Diego State

1995-96

FIRST TEAM Jesseca Cross, Wyoming Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Abby Garchek, New Mexico Becky Hammon, Colorado State Teresa James, Colorado State Tameka Johnson, San Diego State Jullie Krommenhoek, Utah Amber McEwen, Utah Jodi Nowlin, San Diego State Tamika Stukes, New Mexico HONORABLE MENTION Kim Anderson, Brigham Young Corry Carter, Fresno State Katie Cronin, Colorado State Olivia DiCamilli, San Diego State Dee Dee Dominguez, Colorado State Chrissy Ingalls, Wyoming Staci Oddo, Fresno State Kiana Taylor, UTEP

1996-97

FIRST TEAM Pacific Division Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Katie Cronin, Colorado State Becky Hammon, Colorado State Kendis Keeburg, Hawai‘i Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego State Mountain Division Kim Brandl, SMU Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Abby Garchek, New Mexico Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Emma Wilson, TCU SECOND TEAM Pacific Division Jesseca Cross, Wyoming Olivia DiCamilli, San Diego State BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i

Courtney Stapp, Wyoming Janee Young, Fresno State Mountain Division Marla Brunfield, Rice Jessica Garcia, Rice Karlin Kennedy, SMU Hilary King-Noel, Utah Jill Lewis, UTEP

1997-98

FIRST TEAM Pacific Division Marla Brumfield, Rice Nani Cocket, Hawai‘i Kirra Jordan, Rice Karlin Kennedy, SMU Kylie Page, Hawai‘i Mountain Division Alli Bills, Utah Katie Cronin, Colorado State Abby Garchek, New Mexico Becky Hammon, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah SECOND TEAM Pacific Division Karen Blair, SMU Claudia Brassard, SMU Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Jill Sutton, TCU Mountain Division Kanequa Chancellor, UTEP Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Courtney Stapp, Wyoming Tamika Stukes, New Mexico Kiana Taylor, UTEP

1998-99

FIRST TEAM Pacific Division Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Katie Kern, New Mexico Kristi Lattin, UTEP Lori Red, Utah Mountain Division Claudia Brassard, SMU Katie Cronin, Colorado State Linda Froehlich, UNLV Becky Hammon, Colorado State Karlin Kennedy, SMU SECOND TEAM Pacific Division Jill Adams, Brigham Young Erin Gibbons, Utah Tiffany Lewis, Fresno State Mirenda Sanchez, New Mexico Cady Williams, Brigham Young Mountain Division Carrie Bacon, Wyoming Marla Brumfield, Rice Heather Haanen, Colorado State Amy Sutton, TCU Jill Sutton, TCU

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1999-2000

FIRST TEAM Marla Brumfield, Rice Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Karlin Kennedy, SMU D-dra Rucker, SMU SECOND TEAM Kirra Jordan, Rice Tifffany Lewis, FS Lila Osceola, Tulsa Amy Pack, UTEP Kasie Pittman, Tulsa

2000-01

FIRST TEAM Crystal Lee, Hawai‘i Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Amy Pack, UTEP D-dra Rucker, SMU Kate Smith, Nevada SECOND TEAM Leela Farr, Tulsa Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Kati Safaritova, TCU Jill Sutton, TCU Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State

2001-02

FIRST TEAM Leela Farr, Tulsa Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Kate Smith, Nevada Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech Cricket Williams, San Jose State SECOND TEAM Janka Gabrielova, Hawai‘i Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Kimya Murray, UTEP Carla Morrow, Tulsa Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech

2002-03

FIRST TEAM Allison Curtin, Tulsa Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech Johnetta Hayes, Rice Cricket Williams, San Jose State SECOND TEAM Laura Ingham, Nevada Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State Dragana Zoric, UTEP


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ALL-WAC TEAMS 2003-04

FIRST TEAM Jade Abele, Hawai‘i Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech Lauren Neaves, Rice Jillian Robbins, Tulsa SECOND TEAM Lindsey Maynard, Rice Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech Cricket Williams, San Jose State Vaide Zagurskyte, UTEP

2004-05

FIRST TEAM Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Janielle Dodds, SMU Amy Parrish, Fresno State Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech SECOND TEAM Lakiste Barkus, Louisiana Tech Amber Jackson, San Jose State Lauren Neaves, Rice Amy Sanders, Hawai‘i Michelle Woods, Rice

2005-06

FIRST TEAM Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Amber Jackson, San Jose State Amy Parrish, Fresno State Mirenda Swearengin, Fresno State Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech SECOND TEAM Emily Faurholt, Idaho Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Aarica Ray-Boyd, Louisiana Tech

2006-07

FIRST TEAM Dellena Criner, Nevada Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Jessica Thompson, Boise State SECOND TEAM Traci Graham, Nevada Michelle Hessing, Boise State Katie Madison, Idaho Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tierre Wilson, Fresno State

2007-08

FIRST TEAM Dellena Criner, Nevada Tasha Harris, Boise State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State JoKeirra Sneed, Louisiana Tech Tierre Wilson, Fresno State SECOND TEAM Anikia Jawara, New Mexico State Katie Madison, Idaho Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State

Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Jessica Thompson, Boise State

2008-09

FIRST TEAM Dellena Criner, Nevada Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State SECOND TEAM Hayley Munro, Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Ana Pares, Utah State Madison Spence, New Mexico State Derisa Taleni, Idaho

2009-10

FIRST TEAM Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Tasha Harris, Boise State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State SECOND TEAM Crystal Boyd, New Mexico State Rachele Kloke, Idaho Shavon Moore, Nevada Hayley Munro, Fresno State Amber White, Utah State

2010-11

FIRST TEAM Ashlee Brown, Utah State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Shavon Moore, Nevada Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State SECOND TEAM Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Rosie Moult, Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Madison Spence, New Mexico State Tarkeisha Wysinger-Mackey, LA Tech

2011-12

FIRST TEAM Ashlee Brown, Utah State Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Devyn Christensen, Utah State Brittany Johnson, San Jose State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State SECOND TEAM Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Shantale Bramble-Donaldson Kamilah Jackson, Hawai‘i Rosie Moult, Fresno State Taylor Thompson, Fresno State

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM 1995-96

Dee Dee Dominguez, Colorado State Amber McEwen, Utah Jodi Nowlin, San Diego State Edna Rodriguez, San Diego State Tamika Stukes, New Mexico

1996-97

Pacific Division Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Shaneya Harris, San Diego State BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego State Sandy Wright, San Diego State Mountain Division Alli Bills, Utah Marla Brumfield, Rice Hilary King-Noel, Utah Jill Lewis, UTEP Tamika Stukes, New Mexico

1997-98

Pacific Division Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Nici Johnson, SMU Charonda Wilson, Rice Janee Young, Fresno State Mountain Division Brenda Atwater, UTEP Alli Bills, Utah Sara Farmer, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Tamika Stukes, New Mexico

1998-99

Tiffany Simon, Fresno State Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech

2003-04

Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Lauren Neaves, Rice Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech

2004-05

Lakiste Barkus, Louisiana Tech Krystal Frazier, Rice Lauren Neaves, Rice Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech

2005-06

Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Jasmine Plummer, Fresno State Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech

2006-07

Amber Metoyer, Louisiana Tech Dellena Criner, Nevada Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Sherell Neal, New Mexico State

Pacific Division Amanda Covington, Brigham Young BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Katie Kern, New Mexico Kristi Lattin, UTEP Shannon Lee, San Diego State Kristi Rose, Utah

2007-08

Mountain Division Marla Brumfield, Rice Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Karlin Kennedy, SMU Roxanne Manning, Colorado State Charonda Wilson, Rice

2008-09

1999-2000

2009-10

Marla Brumfield, Rice Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Tiffany Lewis, Fresno State D-dra Rucker, SMU Kim Smallwood, Rice

Alice Coddington, Utah State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Shavon Moore, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State

2000-01

2010-11

Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Christina Mata, UTEP Daneesh McIntosh, Rice D-dra Rucker, SMU Tiffany Simon, Fresno State

Alice Coddington, Utah State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Shavon Moore, Nevada Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Tarkeisha Wysinger-Mackey, LA Tech

2001-02

2011-12

Carla Morrow, Tulsa Kimya Murray, UTEP Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Essence Perry, Louisiana Tech Ayana Walker, Lousiana Tech

2002-03

Laura Ingham, Fresno State Kim Lawson, Rice Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech

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Dellena Criner, Nevada Cherlanda Franklin, Nevada Tasha Harris, Boise State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i

Dellena Criner, Nevada Jenna Galassi, Boise State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State

Breanna Arbuckle, Hawai‘i Ashlee Brown, Utah State Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech Rosie Moult, Fresno State Taylor Thompson, Fresno State


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ALL-WAC TEAMS/ACADEMIC ALL-WAC ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM 1995-96

Katie Cronin, Colorado Staet Becky Hammon, Colorado Staet Chrissy Ingalls, Wyoming Tameka Johnson, San Diego State Katie Kern, New Mexico

1996-97

Pacific Division Shaneya Harris, San Diego State Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Jacque Johnson, Colorado State Deidra Rucker, San Diego State Janee Young, Fresno State

2001-02

2010-11

2002-03

2011-12

Aritta Lane, Fresno State Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech Elisa Inman, Rice Kimya Murray, UTEP Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa

Allison Curtin, Tulsa Sarah Davis, SMU Kia Dowell, UTEP Jamie Hawkins, Boise State Vaida Zagurskyte, UTEP

2003-04

1997-98

2004-05

Mountain Division Brenda Atwater, UTEP Angela Burgess, Brigham Young Amanda Covington, Brigham Young Heather Haanen, Colorado State Jennifer Williams, New Mexico

1998-99

Pacific Division Lauren Beckman, Utah Erin Gibbons, Utah Crisy Loiselle, New Mexico Claire Swinbank, San Diego State Cady Williams, Brigham Young

Alissa Campanero, Hawai‘i Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech Krissy Karr, Idaho Madison Parrish, Fresno State

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

Mountain Division Jill Adams, Brigham Young Marla Brumfield, Rice Karlin Kennedy, SMU Lila Osceola, Tulsa Sonya Bryant, New Mexico

Pacific Division Amanda Baker, Fresno State Leela Farr, Tulsa Alyssa Fredrick, San Diego State Kylie Page, Hawai‘i Jill Sutton, TCU

Kamilah Jackson, Hawai‘i Shawna-Lei Kuehu, Hawai‘i Diana Lee, Boise State Jasmine Rutledge, New Mexico State Taylor Thompson, Fresno State

1990-91

Brenda Alcorn, Utah Melanee Brooks-McQueen, Utah Kathy Halligan, Creighton Mindy Hendrickson, Creighton Marie Kauffman, Wyoming Yvette Plumlee, Wyoming Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young Becky Strathman, Creighton

Michelle Hessing, Boise State Lauren Neaves, Rice Charnette Phelps, UTEP Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Janevia Taylor, Hawai‘i

Janielle Dodds, SMU Tasha Harris, Boise State Amber Jackson, San Jose State Meghan McGuire, Nevada Shalana Taylor, UTEP

1991-92

2005-06

Dellena Criner, Nevada Brandi Fitzgerald, Nevada Eboni Mangum, Louisiana Tech Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Jessica Thompson, Boise State

2006-07

Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Marianne Lombardi, Nevada Katie Madison, Idaho Charlotte Otero, Idaho Brittany Powell, San Jose State

2007-08

Mountain Division Carrie Bacon, Wyoming Linda Froehlich, UNLV Diamond Jackson, TCU Roxanne Manning, Colorado State Kim Smallwood, Rice

Hayley Munro, Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Madison Spence, New Mexico State Tarkeisha Wysinger, Louisiana Tech

1999-2000

Shaena-Lyn Kuehu, Idaho Heather Pilcher, Boise State Kaitlyn Soto, New Mexico State Courtney VanBrocklin, Boise State Tabytha Wampler, New Mexico State

Kim Lawson, Rice Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Amy Pack, UTEP D-dra Rucker, SMU Janice Thomas, TCU

2000-01

April Atuaia, Hawai‘i Candace Brewer, Tulsa Andrea Cossey, SMU Janka Gabrielova, Hawai‘i Kati Safaritova, TCU

2008-09

2009-10

ACADEMIC ALL-WAC

Banna Diop, Utah State Lauren Lenhardt, Boise State Julia Marshall, Boise State Rosie Moult, Fresno State Camila Rosen, New Mexico State

Amy Clark, New Mexico Sherri Fulton, Wyoming Amberli Gustin-Nelson, Brigham Young Kathy Halligan, Creighton Mindy Hendrickson, Creighton Marie Kauffman, Wyoming Anna Knight, Wyoming Stacey Lund, Wyoming Ronica Martinez, New Mexico Sara Meadows, Colorado State Michelle Miles, San Diego State Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young Becky Strathman, Creighton Lisa White, Brigham Young Terri Worden, New Mexico

1992-93

Becky Bissell, New Mexico Amy Burnett, Wyoming Jessica Cunningham, New Mexico Cassandra Fielder, New Mexico Kristi Fulton, Fresno State Scarlett Gustin, Wyoming Heidi Harris, New Mexico Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Anna Knight, Wyoming Amy McConnell, San Diego State Sara Meadows, Colorado State Terri Pedregon, UTEP Jeanine Utley, Brigham Young Susan Will, Fresno State Suzanne Zahasky, Fresno State

1993-94

Angie Bandy, Utah Kristi Brown, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Susan Conlan, Fresno State Jessica Cunningham, New Mexico Kristi Fulton, Fresno State Heidi Harris, New Mexico Teresa James, Colorado State Rachelle Johnson, San Diego State

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Holly Julian, Fresno State Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Anna Knight, Wyoming Ronica Martinez, New Mexico Sara Meadows, Colorado State Amberli Nelson, Brigham Young Staci Oddo, Fresno State Mia Palkie, Utah Terry Pedregon, UTEP Mariann Sjotun, Fresno State Wendy Wormal, Colorado State Suzanne Zahasky, Fresno State

1994-95

Amy Burnett, Wyoming Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Teresa James, Colorado State Kari Jorgensen, Fresno State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Amber McEwen, Utah Christina Murguia, San Diego State Behka Stafford, Brigham Young Michelle Suman, San Diego State Falisha Wright, San Diego State

1995-96

Amy Alcorn, Utah Michelle Anderson, Fresno State Brenda Brunner, Colorado State Lynn Collins, Fresno State Jesseca Cross, Wyoming Casey Crouch, Wyoming Cindy Davis, Utah Olivia DiCamilli, San Diego State Angie Donahue, Utah Laura Fowler, Utah Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Robin Hamilton, Colorado State Teresa James, Colorado State Connie Kreuger, Fresno State Hilary Noel, Utah Staci Oddo, Fresno State Ann Olpin, Brigham Young Cindy Pierce, Brigham Young Courtney Stapp, Wyoming Jessica Thompson, Wyoming Wendy Wormal, Colorado State


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 1996-97

Amy Alcorn, Utah Kathleen Barrett, San Jose State Karen Blair, SMU Kim Brandl, SMU Claudia Brassard, SMU Lynn Collins, Fresno State Jesseca Cross, Wyoming Olivia DiCamilli, San Diego State Jessie Farias, Fresno State Laura Fowler, Utah Tiffany Fujimoto, Hawai‘i Kari Kaye Gallup, Brigham Young Tammy Gates, Tulsa Chrissy Ingalls, Wyoming BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Natasha Johnson, San Jose State Katie Kern, New Mexico Liisa Kotilaninen, Hawai‘i Suzanne Koy, Rice Connie Kreuger, Fresno State Jennifer Lazzeri, Wyoming Kendis Leeburg, Hawai‘i Michelle Macintyre, Hawai‘i Hilary King Noel, Utah Ann Olpin Riggs, Brigham Young Lisa Sprod, Wyoming Angie Thill, Utah Jessica Thompson, Wyoming Lisa Thueson, Utah Rebecca Tomlin, Wyoming Joi Turner, San Jose State Karen Webster, UNLV Mistee Worman, Wyoming Jurate Zukauskaite, San Diego State

Sonya Bryant, New Mexico Jodi Cory, New Mexico Kim Daniel, UTEP Amy Ewert, Utah Jessie Farias, Fresno State Leela Farr, Tulsa Maj Forsberg, Hawai‘i Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Danielle Graham, Fresno State Karena Greeny, Hawai‘i Heather Haanen, Colorado State Nikki Heckroth, New Mexico Rachel Hankelmann, Tulsa Shelby Hoffman, Wyoming Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Megan Jensen, BYU Katie Kern, New Mexico Suzanne Koy, Rice Connie Krueger, Fresno State Jennifer Lazzeri, Wyoming Misty Meadows, TCU Angela Modin, San Jose State Carla Morrow, Tulsa Charley Murray, San Diego State Laura Paukert, Fresno State Sara Petersen, Hawai‘i Lori Red, Utah Jennifer Rigg, SMU Amy Sutton, TCU Jill Sutton, TCU Rebecca Tomlin, Wyoming Lindsay Van Komen, BYU Janna Whitman, Utah Jennifer Williams, New Mexico

1997-98

1999-2000

Amy Alcorn, Utah Karen Blair, SMU Claudia Brassard, SMU Sonya Bryant, New Mexico Jennifer Cafferty, Rice Jodi Cory, New Mexico Melinda Cutler, Brigham Young Jessie Farias, Fresno State Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Tammy Gates, Tulsa Maj Forsberg, Hawai‘i Kristina Hayworth, TCU Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Katie Kern, New Mexico Liisa Kotilainen, Hawai‘i Suzanne Koy, Rice Connie Krueger, Fresno State Jennifer Lazzeri, Wyoming Tamika Louis, Fresno State Sara Ludwig, Rice Kylie Page, Hawai‘i Laura Paukert, Fresno State Tamika Stukes, New Mexico Rebecca Tomlin, Wyoming Kveta Truchlikova, SMU Karen Webster, UNLV Shelby Whiting, Brigham Young Janna Whitman, Utah

1998-99

Heather Allen, Wyoming Kristina Anderson, Utah Karen Blair, SMU Claudia Brassard, SMU

Jenny Cafferty, Rice Leela Farr, Tulsa Aarika Florus, Rice Maj Forsberg, Hawai‘i Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Sunny Guild, UTEP Rachel Henkelmann, Tulsa Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Aina Kohler, Hawai‘i Kate McMeeken-Ruscoe, Hawai‘i Amy Pack, UTEP Emily Stagner, Tulsa Amy Sutton, TCU Jill Sutton, TCU Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State Heidi Walker, UTEP

2000-01

Natasja Allen, Hawai‘i Ashley Bastian, Nevada Candice Brewer, Tulsa Christa Brossman, Hawai‘i Andrea Cossey, SMU Leela Farr, Tulsa Aarika Florus, Rice Michelle Gabriel, Hawai‘i Sunny Guild, UTEP Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Rachel Henkelmann, Tulsa Kimberly Lawson, Rice Lindsay Maynard, Rice Amy Pack, UTEP Amy Porter, TCU Dainora Puida, Hawai‘i Jennifer Rigg, Rice Christen Roper, Hawai‘i

Katie Smith, Nevada Jill Sutton, TCU Tiffney Touten, UTEP Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State Heidi Walker, UTEP

2001-02

Jade Abele, Hawai‘i Ashley Bastian, Nevada Christa Brossman, Hawai‘i Andrea Cossey, SMU Leela Farr, Tulsa Sunny Guild, UTEP Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Brooke Lassiter, Louisiana Tech Kimberly Lawson, Rice Kara Liggett, Rice Lindsay Maynard, Rice Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Christa Peterson, Boise State Jennifer Rigg, Rice Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa Kate Smith, Nevada Amy Sutton, TCU Jill Sutton, TCU Rebecca Tomlin, Wyoming Lindsay Van Komen, BYU Janna Whitman, Utah Jennifer Williams, New Mexico

2002-03

Jade Abele, Hawai‘i Ashley Bastian, Nevada Latice Elder, Rice Aarika Florus, Rice Michelle Gabriel, Hawai‘i Lynnette Grondin, Boise State Shermeka Henry, Nevada Rosyland Jeffries, Rice Kimberly Lawson, Rice Kara Liggett, Rice Heather Massey, Nevada Lindsay Maynard, Rice Jemela McGee, Nevada Megan Moody, Tulsa Cophie Moore, Fresno State Chrisie Piaz, Boise State Kara Pongonis, Tulsa Cariann Ramirez, Boise State Jennifer Rigg, Rice Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Kate Saltmarsh, Nevada Kate Smith, Nevada Chanie Sutherland, Fresno State Mandy Welch, Boise State Camille Woodfield, Boise State Amber Young, Nevada

2003-04

Jade Abele, Hawai‘i Lakiste Barkus, Louisiana Tech Cassidy Blaine, Boise State Andrea Cossey, SMU Marta Dydek, UTEP Latice Elder, Rice Ingrid Goslin, UTEP Traci Graham, Nevada Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Lynnette Grondin, Boise State Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Shermeka Henry, Nevada Denise Hill, Boise State Emily Jaskowiak, Tulsa Rosyland Jeffries, Rice Sarah Johnson, Louisiana Tech

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Jonna Lauinainen, UTEP Amber Lee, Hawai‘i Heather Little, Boise State Sarah Lundberg, Tulsa Milia MacFarlane, Hawai‘i Lindsey Maynard, Rice Megan Moody, Tulsa Trisha Nishimoto, Hawai‘i Chrisie Paiz, Boise State Kara Pongonis, Tulsa Cariann Ramirez, Boise State Kate Saltmarsh, Nevada Chanie Sutherland, Fresno State Kimberlee Walter, SMU Mandy Welch, Boise State Noni Wharemate, UTEP Amber Young, Nevada

2004-05

Jade Abele, Hawai‘i Marta Dydek, UTEP Latice Elder, Rice Ingrid Goslin, UTEP Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Emily Jaskowiak, Tulsa Jonna Lauinainen, UTEP Amber Lee, Hawai‘i Heather Little, Boise State Milia MacFarlane, Hawai‘i Megan Moody, Tulsa Sarah Newby, Tulsa Trisha Nishimoto, Hawai‘i Jen Ormsby, Tulsa Chrisie Paiz, Boise State Chantella Perera, Fresno State Kara Pongonis, Tulsa Faith Probst, Fresno State Cariann Ramirez, Boise State Kate Saltmarsh, Nevada Amber Young, Nevada

2005-06

Toni Atherley, Fresno State Carla Denning, New Mexico State Emily Faurholt, Idaho Karly Felton, Idaho Jessica Freeman, Utah State Jenean Ford, New Mexico State Traci Graham, Nevada Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Jenny Gross, Utah State Brittany Hagen, Utah State Emily Halliday, Idaho Erica Henry, Fresno State Heather Little, Boise State Marissa Maffei, New Mexico State Ali Marchant, Utah State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Chantella Perera, Fresno State Faith Probst, Fresno State Amy Kotani, Hawai‘i Amber Lee, Hawai‘i Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Brittany Morris, San Jose State Taylor Richards, Utah State Kate Saltmarsh, Nevada Andrea Sitton, Nevada Pamela Tambini, Hawai‘i Anne Marie Torp, Utah State Brittany Tressler, Utah State Kendra Walker-Roche, Fresno State


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 2006-07

Dellena Criner, Nevada Jenna Galassi, Boise State Traci Graham, Nevada Brittany Grice, Hawai‘i Brittani Green, Fresno State Jenny Gross, Utah State Amber Hall, San Jose State Brittany Hagen, Utah State Brandi Harris, Nevada Natasha Harris, Boise State Erica Henry, State Bre’Anna Henry, Nevada Nicole Johnson, Utah State Indira Kaljo, Utah State Lindsey Koppen, Idaho Amy Kotani, Hawai‘i Amber Lee, Hawai‘i Dita Liepkalne, Hawai‘i Marianne Lombardi, Nevada Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Charlotte Otero, Idaho Chantella Perera, Fresno State Brittany Phillips, Utah State Brittany Powell, San Jose State Mikail Price, Nevada Taylor Richards, Jr. Katharine Schlotthauer, Idaho Andrea Sitton, Nevada Pamela Tambini, Hawai‘i Jessica Thompson, Boise State Megan Tinnin, Hawai‘i Kendra Walker-Roche, State Natalie White, San Jose State

2007-08

Dellena Criner, Nevada Sara Dennehy, Idaho Jenna Galassi, Boise State Jennifer Gross, Utah State Tasha Harris, Boise State Bre’Anna Henry, Nevada Erica Henry, Fresno State Nicole Johnson, Utah State Irma Kmitaite, New Mexico State Lindsey Koppen, Idaho Amy Kotani, Hawai‘i Jacqueline Lee, Boise State Dita Liepkalne, Hawai‘i Marianne Lombardi, Nevada Rachel Majewski, Fresno State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Charlotte Otero, Idaho LeeAnn Palo, Utah State Anadeliz Pares, Utah State Brittany Powell, San Jose State Mikail Price, Nevada Taylor Richards, Utah State Lindsey Shipley, Utah State Andrea Sitton, Nevada Amanda Stewart, Boise State Jessica Thompson, Boise State Megan Tinnin, Hawai‘i Natalie White, San Jose State Iwona Zagrobelna, Hawai‘i Katharine Schlotthauer, Idaho

2008-09

Elizabeth Boyden, Idaho Chelsea Burns, Utah State Catherine Cho, Hawai‘i Alice Coddington, Utah State

Alana Curtis, Idaho Rebecca Dew, Hawai‘i LaShay Fears, Fresno State Jenna Galassi, Boise State Stacie Gross, Boise State Marissa Hammond, Nevada Bre’Anna Henry, Nevada Stacey Howard, Utah State Nicole Johnson, Utah State Rachele Kloke, Idaho Dita Liepkalne, Hawai‘i Briauna Linton, Hawai‘i Marianne Lombard, Nevada Jamia Malone, Boise State Brittany Moore, Boise State Shavon Moore, Nevada Hayley Munro, Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Charlotte Otero, Idaho Ana Pares, Utah State Melissa Rima, Boise State Kelsie Rozendaal, New Mexico State Kaitlyn Soto, New Mexico State Madison Spence, New Mexico State Sidney Stewart, Louisiana Tech Marisa Stotler, Boise State Ashley Walker Fresno State Tabytha Wampler, New Mexico State Johnna Ward, Nevada Keshia Warren, Louisiana Tech Natalie White, San Jose State Lydia Whitehead, Utah State

2009-10

Emma Andrews, Fresno State Mai Ayabe, Hawai‘i Kanisha Bello, Idaho Crystal Boyd, New Mexico State Bianca Cheever, Idaho Devyn Christensen, Utah State Alice Coddington, Utah State Rebecca Dew, Hawai‘i Banna Diop, Utah State Alison Drennan, Fresno State Aumornai Edinburgh, San Jose State LaShay Fears, Fresno State Rachel Finnegan, San Jose State Christina Fletcher, New Mexico State Pualei Furtado, Utah State Courtney Gaddis, Hawai‘i Stacie Gross, Boise State Marissa Hammond, Nevada Natasha Harris, Boise State Stacey Howard, Utah State Jenna Johnson, Utah State Nicole Johnson, Utah State Brittny Jones, Fresno State Holly Jones, Nevada Lauren Lenhardt, Boise State Dita Liepkalne, Hawai‘i Briauna Linton, Hawai‘i Malia Magazzeni, New Mexico State Marianne Lombardi, Nevada Julia Marshall, Boise State Shavon Moore, Nevada Rosie Moult, Fresno State Hayley Munro, Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Charlotte Otero, Idaho Kinzi Poteet, Boise State Melissa Rima, Boise State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Kelsie Rozendaal, New Mexico State

Kaitlyn Soto, New Mexico State Jessica Van Hoogen, Boise State Tabytha Wampler, New Mexico State Johnna Ward, Nevada Lydia Whitehead, Utah State TaHara Williams, Utah State Kathleen Wilson, Hawai‘i

2010-11

Emma Andrews, Fresno State Mai Ayabe, Hawai’i Chelsea Burns, Utah State Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Bianca Cheever, Idaho Alice Coddington, Utah State Rebecca Dew, Hawai’i Emily Doran, Idaho Alison Drennan, Fresno State Bree Farley, Fresno State Christina Fletcher, New Mexico State Jeanna Furst, Fresno State Pua Furtado, Utah State Courtney Gaddis, Hawai’i Jessica Graham, Idaho Marissa Hammond, Nevada Sydney Haydel, Hawai’i Stacey Howard, Utah State Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Jenna Johnson, Utah State Holly Jones, Nevada Kate Kevorken, Nevada Rachele Kloke, Idaho Malia Magazzeni, New Mexico State Reyneisha Mays, Utah State Shavon Moore, Nevada Rosie Moult, Fresno State Hayley Munro, Fresno State AJ Newton, San Jose State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Sarah Plavljanin, San Jose State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Jennifer Schlott, Utah State Kaitlyn Soto, New Mexico State Madison Spence, New Mexico State Megan Tinnin, Hawai’i Ashley Walters, Idaho Tabytha Wampler, New Mexico State Johnna Ward, Nevada Arielle Wideman, Nevada Veronica Wilson, Fresno State

2011-12

Kalei Adolpho, Hawai’i Kanedria Andrews, Louisiana Tech Stacey Barr, Idaho Kanisha Bello, Hawai’i Emily Burns, Nevada Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Devyn Christensen, Utah State Ta’ Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State Rebecca Dew, Hawai’i Bree Farley, Fresno State Rachel Finnegan, San Jose State Chrissy Fletcher, New Mexico State Jeanna Furst, Fresno State Pua Furtado, Utah State Courtney Gaddis, Hawai’i Jessica Graham, Idaho Sydney Haydel, Hawai’i Courtney Hayes, Louisiana Tech Brooke Jackson, Utah State Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Aja Johnson, Nevada

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Jenna Johnson, Utah State Krissy Karr, Idaho Kate Kevorken, Nevada Savanna Langston, Louisiana Tech Malia Magazzeni, New Mexico State Brea Matthews, San Jose State Paige Melville, New Mexico State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Rosie Moult, Fresno State Mimi Mungedi, Nevada Elise Nelson, Utah State Sara Plavljanin, San Jose State Kelsie Rozendaal, New Mexico State Simone Ruedin, New Mexico State Jennifer Schlott, Utah State Danika Sharp, Nevada Alex Sheedy, Fresno State Adrie Shiels, Idaho Kaitlyn Soto, New Mexico State Taylor Thompson, Fresno State Jelena Vucinic, Louisiana Tech Ashley Walters, Idaho Tabytha Wampler, New Mexico State Arielle Wideman, Nevada Veronica Wilson, Fresno State


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1990-91 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 4

Kristi Smith, Utah Holly Russ, UTEP Shannon Struby, Creighton Tanya Zachary, UU Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego St. Holly Russ, UTEP Shannon Struby, Creighton Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego St. Mikki Kane, Utah Melissa Sanford, Creighton Shannon Struby, Creighton Marie Kauffman, Wyoming

1991-92 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 March 2 March 9

Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young Mikki Kane, Utah Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego St. Michelle Roper, UTEP Marie Kauffman, Wyoming Kathy Halligan, Creighton Kim Talbot, Brigham Young Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego St. Kris Kugel, Creighton Mikki Kane, Utah Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young Karen Alcorn, Utah Becky Strathman, Creighton Kathy Halligan, Creighton Holly Russ, UTEP

1992-93 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 21 Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 March 1 March 8

Falisha Wright, San Diego State Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Amy Burnett, Wyoming Falisha Wright, San Diego State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Shenita Waddell, UTEP Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Susana Tauteoli, Utah Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Scarlett Gustin, Wyoming Scarlett Gustin, Wyoming

1993-94 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 March 7

Michelle Suman, San Diego St. Thais Kidd, Brigham Young Teresa James, Colorado State Michelle Suman, San Diego St. Falisha Wright, San Diego State Teresa James, Colorado State Monica Ramirez, UTEP Amy Burnett, Wyoming Behka Stafford, Brigham Young Sorii Epps, San Diego State Teresa James, Colorado State Rachelle Johnson, San Diego St. Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Andrea Herold, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming

1994-95 Nov. 29 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Jan. 2 Jan. 9 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 30

Kamie Siddoway, Colorado State Courtney Stapp, Wyoming Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Kari Jorgensen, Fresno State Michelle Suman, San Diego St. Kristi Fulton, Fresno State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Kevia Ford, UTEP Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Abby Garchek, New Mexico

Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 March 6

Alli Bills, Utah Christina Murguia, San Diego St. Amy Burnett, Wyoming Christina Murguia, San Diego St. Michelle Suman, San Diego St. Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming

1995-96 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Jan. 3 Jan. 8 Jan. 15 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 March 4

Teresa James, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Jodi Nowlin, San Diego State Tracy Aldridge, New Mexico Kiana Taylor, UTEP Becky Hammon, Colorado State Olivia DiCamilli, San Diego State Abby Garchek, New Mexico Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Tamika Stukes, New Mexico Amber McEwen, Utah Becky Hammon, Colorado State Abby Garchek, New Mexico Amber McEwen, Utah

1996-97

Pacific Division Nov. 25 Katie Cronin, Colorado State Dec. 2 Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Becky Hammon, Colorado State Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Dec. 23 Janee Young, Fresno State Dec. 30 Joi Turner, New Mexico Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego St. Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Jan. 20 Lori Brown, Fresno State Jan. 27 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Feb. 3 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego St. Feb. 10 Jesseca Cross, Wyoming Feb. 17 Kari Steele, San Jose State Feb. 24 Becky Hammon, Colorado State March 3 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego St. Mountain Division Nov. 25 Renae Hansen, Brigham Young Dec. 2 Abby Garchek, New Mexico Dec. 9 Kasie Pittman, Tulsa Dec. 16 Ladeana Quick, Tulsa Dec. 23 Emma Wilson, TCU Dec. 30 Angelica Smith, Rice Jan. 6 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Jan. 13 Karlin Kennedy, SMU Jan. 20 Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Jan. 27 Shawna Ford, SMU Marla Brunfield, Rice Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Sonya Bryant, New Mexico Feb. 17 Shani Dinwiddie, UTEP Feb. 24 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah March 3 Alli Bills, Utah

1997-98

Pacific Division Nov. 17 Charonda Wilson, Rice Nov. 24 Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Dec. 1 Jill Sutton, TCU Dec. 8 Karlin Kennedy, SMU Dec. 15 Karen Blair, SMU Dec. 22 Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Dec. 29 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Jan. 5 Karlin Kennedy, SMU Jan. 12 Lila Osceola, Tulsa Jan. 19 Kylie Page, Hawai‘i Jan. 26 Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Feb. 2 Kasie Pittman, Tulsa Feb. 9 Kirra Jordan, Rice 98 2012-13 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide

Feb. 16 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Feb. 23 Marla Brumfield, Rice March 1 Kylie Page, Hawai‘i Mountain Division Nov. 17 Abby Garchek, New Mexico Nov. 24 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Dec. 1 Abby Garchek, New Mexico Dec. 8 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Dec. 15 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Dec. 22 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Dec. 29 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Jan. 12 Kiana Taylor, UTEP Jan. 19 Kiana Taylor, UTEP Jan. 26 Kari Gallup, Brigham Young Feb. 2 Abby Garchek, New Mexico Feb. 9 Katie Cronin, Colorado State Feb. 16 Angie Thill, Utah Feb. 23 Julie Krommenhoek, Utah March 1 Rebecca Tomlin, Wyoming

1998-99

Pacific Division Nov. 16 Jennifer Williams, New Mexico Nov. 23 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Nov. 30 Tiffany Lewis, Fresno Katie Kern, New Mexico Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Erin Gibbons, Utah Dec. 20 Tiana Fuertes, Utah Dec. 27 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Lori Red, Utah Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jill Adams, Brigham Young Jan. 18 Lori Red, Utah Jan. 25 Katie Kern, New Mexico Feb. 2 Sophia Sledge, San Diego State Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Kristi Lattin, UTEP Feb. 23 Alisha Griffeth, Brigham Young March 1 BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Mountain Division Nov. 16 Jacque Johnson, Colorado State Nov. 23 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Nov. 30 Linda Froehlich, UNLV Dec. 6 Megan Theideman, Air Force Dec. 13 Claudia Brassard, SMU Dec. 20 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Dec. 27 Katie Cronin, Colorado State Linda Froehlich, UNLV Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Claudia Brassard, SMU Jan. 18 Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Jan. 25 Amy Sutton, TCU Feb. 2 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Katie Cronin, Colorado State Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Feb. 23 Charonda Wilson, Rice March 1 Becky Hammon, Colorado State

1999-2000 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 26 Jan. 2 Jan. 9 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 7 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 March 5

Heidi Walker, UTEP Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Tiffany Lewis, Fresno State Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Heidi Walker, UTEP Lindsay Logan, Fresno State D-dra Rucker, SMU Karlin Kennedy, SMU Amy Pack, UTEP Lila Osceola, Tulsa Jenny Cafferty, Rice Nici Johnson, SMU Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Marla Brumfield, Rice Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 2000-01 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 17 Dec. 24 Jan. 2 Jan. 7 Jan. 15 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 March 4

Crystal Lee, Hawai‘i Amy Pack, UTEP Kate Smith, Nevada Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Janice Thomas, TCU Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Danada Smith, San Jose State Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State D-dra Rucker, SMU Atari Parker, San Jose State Ashley Bastian, Nevada Crystal Lee, Hawai‘i Atari Parker, San Jose State Angie Heer, Nevada Crystal Lee, Hawai‘i Kenni Patton, SMU

2001-02 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 24 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 3

Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Elisa Inman, Rice April Atuaia, Hawai‘i Abby Vaughan, Boise State Christen Roper, Hawai‘i Elea A’Giza, San Jose State Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa Laura Ingham, Nevada Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Leela Farr, Tulsa Cricket Williams, San Jose State Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Johnetta Hayes, Rice

2002-03 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 March 2 March 9

Allison Curtin, Tulsa Laura Ingham, Nevada Dragana Zoric, UTEP Natasja Allen, Hawai‘i Andrea Cossey, SMU Romie DeAnda, UTEP Allison Curtin, Tulsa Romie DeAnda, UTEP Johnetta Hayes, Rice Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech Allison Curtin, Tulsa Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Dragana Zoric, UTEP Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech Cricket Williams, San Jose State Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech

2003-04 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Dec. 29 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 March 1 March 8

Jamie Hawkins, Boise State Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech Sarah Lundberg, Tulsa Aritta Lane, Fresno State Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Cricket Williams, San Jose State Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Lauren Neaves, Rice Teoma Taylor, San Jose State Angie McGee, UTEP Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Lindsey Maynard, Rice Andrea Cossey, SMU Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Megan Moody, Tulsa Tatiana Taylor, San Jose State

2004-05 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Dec. 27 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 March 7

Amber Young, Nevada Lakiste Barkus, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Amber Jackson, San Jose State Janielle Dodds, SMU Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Tamika Kursh, Louisiana Tech Lauren Neaves, Rice Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Erica McGlaston, San Jose State Jillian Robbins, Tulsa

2005-06 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 26 Jan. 2 Jan. 9 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 March 6

Nadia Begay, Boise State Amy Sanders, Hawai‘i Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Jenean Ford, New Mexico State Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Amy Sanders, Hawai‘i Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Cecilia Russell-Nava, New Mexico State Amber Jackson, San Jose State Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Janevia Taylor, Hawai‘i Chantella Perera, Fresno State Aarica Ray-Boyd, Louisiana Tech Amy Parrish, Fresno State Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech

2006-07 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 26 Jan. 1 Jan. 8 Jan. 15 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 March 5

Anikia Jawara, New Mexico State Chantella Perera, Fresno State Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Katie Madiso, Idaho Michelle Hessing, Boise State Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Tasha Harris, Boise State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Taylor Richards, Utah State Jessica Thompson, Boise State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Jessica Thompson, Boise State Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Brittany Phillips, Utah State Pam Tambini, Hawai‘i Traci Graham, Nevada Sherell Neal, New Mexico State

2007-08 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Dec. 24 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 3 March 9

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2008-09 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 22 Dec. 29 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 March 2 March 9

Tasha Harris, Boise State Bailey Amundsen, Fresno State Dellena Criner, Nevada Keisha Kanekoa, Hawai‘i Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Bailey Amundsen, Fresno State Derisa Taleni, Idaho Madison Spence, New Mexico State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Hayley Munro, Fresno State Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech

2009-10 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 21 Dec. 28 Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 March 1 March 7

Amber White, Utah State Jessica Van Hoogen, Boise State Tasha Harris, Boise State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Chasity Shavers, San Jose State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Jasmine Lowe, New Mexico State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Rachele Kloke, Idaho Janie Bos, Boise State

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Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Shavon Moore, Nevada Ashlee Brown, Utah State Ashlee Brown, Utah State Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Kati Isham, Boise State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Taylor Thompsonresno State Lauren Lenhardt, Boise State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Devyn Christensen, Utah State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Kamilah Jackson, Hawai‘i

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Ashlee Brown, Utah State Ashlee Brown, Utah State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Brittany Johnson, San Jose State Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Kate Kevorken, Nevada Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Sara Plavljanin, San Jose State Brittany Johnson, San Jose State Kamilah Jackson, Hawai‘i Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Ashlee Brown, Utah State Shantale Bramble-Donaldson, LA Tech Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State Brittany Johnson, San Jose State Ashlee Brown, Utah State


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NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1991

1999

2005

First Round Southern California 63, Utah 52 (Los Angeles)

First Round Colorado State 71, CS Northridge 59 (Fort Collins, Colo.) SMU 91, Toledo 76 (Athens, Ga.)

First Round Temple 66, Louisiana Tech 61 (Storrs, Conn.) Georgia 75, Rice 49 (Dallas, Texas)

1992 First Round Creighton 79, Long Beach State 66 (Omaha) Second Round Stephen F. Austin 75, Creighton 74 (Nacogdoches)

1993 First Round UC Santa Barbara 88, Brigham Young 79 (Santa Barbara) Georgia 85, San Diego State 68 (Athens)

1994

Second Round CSU 86, Southwest Mo. St. 70 (Fort Collins, Colo.) Georgia 68, SMU 55 (Athens, Ga.) Third Round UCLA 77, Colorado State 68 (Los Angeles, Calif.)

2000 First Round SMU 64, North Carolina State 63 (Norfolk, Va.) Rice 67, UC Santa Barbara 64 (Santa Barbara, Calif.)

First Round San Diego State 81, Hawaii 75 (San Diego)

Second Round Old Dominion 96, SMU 76 (Norfolk, Va.) North Carolina 83, Rice 50 (Santa Barbara, Calif.)

Second Round Texas A&M 75, San Diego State 72 - OT (San Diego)

2001

2006 First Round Florida State 80, Louisiana Tech 71 (Denver, Colo.)

2007 First Round George Washington 76, Boise State 67 (Los Angeles)

2008 First Round Baylor 88, Fresno State 67 (Albuquerque, N.M.)

2009 First Round California 70, Fresno State 47 (Los Angeles)

2010

First Round TCU 77, Penn State 75 (Ruston, La.)

First Round Montana 57, San Diego State 46 (San Diego) Southwest Missouri State 49, Utah 47 (Boulder)

First Round Florida State 75, Louisiana Tech 61 (Tallahassee, Fla.) Baylor 69, Fresno State 55 (Berkeley, Calif.)

Second Round Louisiana Tech 80, TCU 59 (Ruston, La.)

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1996

2002

1995

First Round Colorado State 66, Nebraska 62 (Stanford) Southern Mississippi 74, Utah 66 (Rustin, La.)

First Round UC Santa Barbara 57, Louisiana Tech 56 (Austin, Texas)

Second Round Stanford 94, Colorado State 63 (Stanford, Calif.)

2003

1997 First Round Utah 66, Iowa State 56 (Charlottesville, Va.) Oregon 80, San Diego State 68 (Knoxville, Tenn.) Second Round Virginia 65, Utah 46 (Charlettesville, Va.)

1998 First Round Arkansas 76, Hawai‘i 70 (Stanford, Calif.) Nebraska 76, New Mexico 59 (Lincoln, Neb.) Louisville 69, Utah 61 (Durham, N.C.) Colorado State 81, Drake 75 (West Lafayette, Ind.) Virginia 77, SMU 68 (Tucson)

First Round Louisiana Tech 94, Peppersdine 60 (Ruston, La.) Second Round Louisiana Tech 74, Ohio State (Ruston, La.) Regional Semifinals LSU 69, Louisiana Tech 63 (Stanford, Calif.)

2004 First Round Louisiana Tech 81, Montana 77 (Missoula, Mont.) Second Round Louisiana Tech 81, Texas Tech 64 (Missoula, Mont.) Regional Semifinals Duke 63, Louisiana Tech 49 (Norfolk, Va.)

Second Round Purdue 77, Colorado State 63 (West Lafayette, Ind.)

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First Round Rutgers 76, Louisiana Tech 51 (Shreveport, La.) North Carolina 82, Fresno State 68 (Albuquerque, N.M.)

2012 First Round Georgetown 61, Fresno State 56 (Chapel Hill, N.C.)


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WNIT HISTORY POSTSEASON WNIT RESULTS 1998 First Round Nebraska 76, New Mexico 69 (Lincoln, Neb.) Oklahoma State 75, Rice 52 (Stillwater, Okla.)

1999 First Round Colorado 70, Brigham Young 53 (Boulder, Colo.) New Mexico 81, Pepperdine 69 (Albuquerque, N.M.) Rice 65, Miami (Fla.) 58 (Houston, Texas) Drake 70, Utah 62 (Des Moines, Iowa) Second Round New Mexico 68, Washington 63 (Albuquerque, N.M.) Rice 62, Baylor 60 (Waco, Texas)

2004 First Round Rice 59, Arkansas State 52 (State University, Ark.) Memphis 66, Tulsa 64 (Memphis, Tenn.) Second Round UNLV 68, Rice 66 (Las Vegas, Nev.)

2005 First Round TAMU-CC 56, Fresno State 53 (Corpus Christi, Texas) Southwest Missouri State 83, SMU 56 (Springfield, Mo.) Texas A&M 73, Tulsa 62 (College Station, Texas)

2006 Opening Round Fresno State 78, UC Santa Barbara 59 (Fresno, Calif.)

Third Round Drake 73, New Mexico 60 (Albuquerque, N.M.) Arkansas 76, Rice 70 (Fayetteville, Ark.)

First Round Fresno State 77, UNLV 57 (Fresno, Calif.)

2000

Second Round Kansas State 64, Fresno State 61 (Manhattan, Kan.)

First Round Saint Mary’s 75, Hawai‘i 60 (Moraga, Calif.)

2001 First Round Hawai‘i 73, Santa Clara 57 (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) Second Round Hawai‘i 77, Brigham Young 73 (OT) (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) Third Round Hawai‘i 53, Oklahoma State 51 (Honolulu, Hawai‘i)

2007 First Round Wyoming 84, Nevada 56 (Laramie, Wyo.)

2008 First Round Boise State 77, Idaho State 54 (Boise, Idaho) Second Round TCU 85, Boise State 56 (Fort Worth, Texas)

2009

Semifinals New Mexico 68, Hawai‘i 43 (Albuquerque, N.M.)

First Round Louisiana Tech 77, SMU 54 (Ruston, La.)

2002

Second Round Illinois State 73, Louisiana Tech 59 (Normal, Ill.)

First Round Oregon State 62, Hawai‘i 50 (Corvallis, Ore.) Houston 67, Rice 65 (Houston, Texas)

2003 First Round Arizona State 57, Hawai‘i 44 (Tempe, Ariz.) Fresno State 87, Santa Clara 72 (Fresno, Calif.) Second Round Fresno State 58, Oregon State 57 (Fresno, Calif.) Quarterfinals Baylor 72, Fresno State 65 (Waco, Texas)

2010 First Round Arizona State 84, New Mexico State 61 (Tempe, Ariz.) Wyoming 74, Nevada 53 (Laramie, Wyo.)

PRESEASON WNIT RESULTS 1995 First Round Utah 73, Oregon 61 (Salt Lake City, Utah) Second Round Colorado 63, Utah 61 - OT (Boulder, Colo.)

1997 First Round New Mexico 69, Santa Clara 62 (Albuquerque, N.M.) Second Round Western Kenucky 77, New Mexico 76 (Albuquerque, N.M.)

1998 First Round Colorado State 94, Valparaiso 71 (Fort Collins, Colo.) Second Round Colorado State 72, Oregon 70 (Eugene, Ore.) Semifinals Colorado State 80, Florida 65 (Fort Collins, Colo.) Finals Colorado State 71, Rutgers 60 (Fort Collins, Colo.)

1999 First Round TCU 62, Saint Mary’s 51 (Fort Worth, Texas) Second Round UC Santa Barbara 86, TCU 61 (Santa Barbara, Calif.)

2000 First Round Rice 61, South Carolina 51 (Houston, Texas) Second Round Louisiana Tech 84, Rice 54 (Ruston, La.)

2003 First Round Tulsa 81, SW Missouri State 80 (Springfield, Mo.) Second Round Mississippi 92, Tulsa 66 (Oxford, Miss.)

2011 First Round Utah State 103, Arizona 95 (Logan, Utah) Nevada 65, Saint Mary’s 62 (Moraga, Calif.) Second Round Brigham Young 102, Utah State 63 (Provo, Utah) USC 78, Nevada 59 (Reno, Nev.)

2012 First Round Utah 69, Utah State 58 (Salt Lake City, Utah)

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WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY COMPOSITE TOURNAMENT RECORDS School Creighton Louisiana Tech San Diego State Rice Utah SMU Brigham Young Fresno State Colorado State Boise State New Mexico New Mexico State TCU UNLV Nevada Idaho Hawai‘i Utah State San Jose State Tulsa UTEP Wyoming

Appearances 2 (1991-92) 11 (2002-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12) 7 (1991-92-93-94-95-96-97) 9 (1997-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05) 9 (1991-92-93-94-95-96-97-98-99) 9 (1997-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05) 8 (1992-93-94-95-96-97-98-99) 20 (1993-94-95-96-97-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12) 8 (1992-93-94-95-96-97-98-99) 10 (2002-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11) 8 (1992-93-94-95-96-97-98-99) 7 (2006-07-08-09-10-11-12) 5 (1997-98-99-00-01) 1 (1999) 12 (2001-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12) 7 (2006-2007-08-09-10-11-12) 16 (1997-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12) 7 (2006-07-08-09-10-11-12) 12 (1997, 2000-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-12) 8 (1998-99-00-01-02-03-04-05) 13 (1992-93-94-95-96-98-99-00-01-02-03-05) 7 (1991-92-93-94-95-96-97-98)

W L Pct 4 1 .800 22 6 .786 11 5 .688 14 7 .667 12 7 .632 11 8 .579 9 7 .563 19 16 .543 8 7 .533 9 9 .500 8 8 .500 7 7 .500 4 4 .500 1 1 .500 7 12 .368 4 7 .364 9 16 .360 3 7 .300 5 12 .294 3 8 .273 4 13 .235 0 8 .000

Championships 1 (1992) 4 (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010) 2 (1994, 1997) 1 (2000, 2005) 2 (1991, 1995) 1 (1999) 1 (1993) 3 (2009, 2011, 2012) 1 (1996) 1 (2007) 1 (1998) 0 1 (2001) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NOTE: Fresno State vacated the 2008 WAC Tournament title

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1991 - Laramie, Wyo. (March 8-9) Seeds: 1-Creighton, 2-Utah, 3-Wyoming, 4-San Diego State

Game 1 - Utah 74, Wyoming 62 (621) Game 2 - Creighton 78, San Diego State 75 (662) Championship - Utah 86, Creighton 69 (278)

1992 - Salt Lake City, Utah (March 12-14) Seeds: 1-Creighton, 2-Brigham Young, 3-Utah, 4-San Diego State, 5-Wyoming, 6-UTEP, 7-Colorado State, 8-New Mexico

Game 1 - San Diego State 66, Wyoming 58 (121) Game 2 - Creighton 89, New Mexico 50 (84) Game 3 - Brigham Young 85, Colorado State 65 (452) Game 4 - Utah 75, UTEP 60 (477) Semifinal 1 - Creighton 89, San Diego State 66 (278) Semifinal 2 - Utah 78, Brigham Young 69 (747) Championship - Creighton 74, Utah 63 (656)

1993 - Salt Lake City, Utah (March 10-13) Seeds: 1-Brigham Young, 2-San Diego State, 3-Utah, 4-UTEP, 5-Wyoming, 6-Colorado State, 7-Fresno State, 8-New Mexico

Game 1 - San Diego State 62, Fresno State 38 (125) Game 2 - Utah 62, Colorado State 48 (408) Game 3 - Brigham Young 82, New Mexico 61 (512) Game 4 - UTEP 68, Wyoming 55 (512) Semifinal 1 - Utah 74, San Diego State 56 (1,162) Semifinal 2 - Brigham Young 63, UTEP 48 (1,305) Championship - Brigham Young 53, Utah 50 (2,547)

1994 - Salt Lake City, Utah (March 9-12) Seeds: 1-San Diego State, 2-Brigham Young, 3-Utah, 4-Wyoming, 5-Fresno State, 6-Colorado State, 7-UTEP, 8-New Mexico

Game 1 - Fresno State 61, Wyoming 52 (368) Game 2 - Brigham Young 82, UTEP 69 (928) Game 3 - San Diego State 95, New Mexico 60 (437) Game 4 - Colorado State 69, Utah 57 (712) Semifinal 1 - San Diego State 73, Fresno State 53 (574) Semifinal 2 - Colorado State 67, BYU 57 (2,094) Championship - San Diego St. 51, Colorado St. 47 (1,174)

1995 - Albuquerque, N.M. (March 8-11) Seeds: 1-San Diego State, 2-Utah, 3-Wyoming, 4-UTEP, 5-Colorado State, 6-Fresno State, 7-Brigham Young, 8-New Mexico Game 1 - Fresno State 85, Wyoming 76 (1,023) Game 2 - Utah 71, Brigham Young 62 (985) Game 3 - San Diego State 57, New Mexico 39 (933) Game 4 - UTEP 59, Colorado State 53 (892) Semifinal 1 - San Diego State 71, UTEP 49 (1,098) Semifinal 2 - Utah 75, Fresno State 49 (1,007) Championship - Utah 64, San Diego State 57 (2,218)

1996 - Albuquerque, N.M. (March 6-9) Seeds: 1-Utah, 2-Colorado State, 3-San Diego State, 4-Wyoming, 5-New Mexico, 6-Fresno State, 7-UTEP, 8-Brigham Young

Game 1 - San Diego State 69, Fresno State 48 (2,496) Game 2 - Colorado State 60, UTEP 46 (1,012) Game 3 - Utah 81, Brigham Young 61 (1,108) Game 4 - New Mexico 76, Wyoming 59 (3,002) Semifinal 1 - Colorado St. 64, San Diego St. 58 (3,629) Semifinal 2 - New Mexico 55, Utah 53 (4,385) Championship - Colorado St. 72, New Mexico 65 (10,426) 102 2012-13 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide

1997 - Las Vegas, Nev. (March 3-8)

Seeds: Mountain - 1-Utah, 2-Rice, 3-SMU, 4-New Mexico, 5-Brigham Young, 6-TCU Pacific - 1-San Diego State, 2-Colorado State, 3-Hawai‘i, 4-Wyoming, 5-Fresno State, 6-San Jose State Game 1 - Hawai‘i 67, TCU 52 (552) Game 2 - New Mexico 70, Fresno State 59 (552) Game 3 - Brigham Young 70, Wyoming 60 (826) Game 4 - SMU 76, San Jose State 52 (826) Quarterfinal 1 - Hawai‘i 57, Rice 54 (1,996) Quarterfinal 2 - San Diego St. 57, New Mexico 50 (1,996) Quarterfinal 3 - Utah 58, Brigham Young 54 (1,536) Quarterfinal 4 -SMU 69, Colorado State 64 (1.536) Semifinal 1 - San Diego State 74, Hawai‘i 48 (2,370) Semifinal 2 - Utah 78, SMU 63 (2,370) Championship - San Diego State 56, Utah 50 (2,177)

1998 - Las Vegas, Nev. (March 2-7)

Seeds: Mountain - 1-Utah, 2-Colorado State, 3-UTEP, 4-New Mexico, 5-Brigham Young, 6-Wyoming Pacific - 1-Hawai‘i, 2-Rice, 3-SMU, 4-Fresno State 5-Tulsa, 6-TCU Game 1 - SMU 69, Wyoming 55 (1,561) Game 2 - New Mexico 64, Tulsa 54 (1,561) Game 3 - UTEP 63, TCU 49 (1,586) Game 4 - Brigham Young 71, Fresno State 67 (1,586) Quarterfinal 1 - Colorado State 67, SMU 64 (3,502) Quarterfinal 2 - New Mexico 79, Hawai‘i 65 (3,502) Quarterfinal 3 - Rice 88, UTEP 66 (2,422) Quarterfinal 4 - Brigham Young 66, Utah 58 (2,422) Semifinal 1 - New Mexico 76, Colorado St. 60 (4,107) Semifinal 2 - Rice 65, Brigham Young 57 (4,107) Championship - New Mexico 69, Rice 48 (4,506)


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WAC TOURNAMENT YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1999 - Las Vegas, Nev. (March 1-6)

Seeds: Mountain - 1-Colorado State, 2-SMU, 3-Rice, 4-TCU, 5-UNLV, 6-Tulsa Pacific - 1-New Mexico, 2-Utah, 3-Brigham Young, 4-Hawai‘i, 5-UTEP, 6-Fresno State Game 1 - Brigham Young 78, Tulsa 59 (728) Game 2 - TCU 67, UTEP 58 (728) Game 3 - Rice 78, Fresno State 48 (1,224) Game 4 - UNLV 73, Hawai‘i 67 (1,224) Quarterfinal 1 - SMU 75, Brigham Young 60 (2,601) Quarterfinal 2 - New Mexico 74, TCU 62 (2,601) Quarterfinal 3 - Rice 74, Utah 57 (2,670) Quarterfinal 4 -Colorado State 71, UNLV 67 (2,670) Semifinal 1 - SMU 53, New Mexico 45 (3,481) Semifinal 2 - Colorado State 70, Rice 52 (3,481) Championship - SMU 65, Colorado State 49 (2,179)

2000 - Fresno, Calif. (March 8-11)

Seeds: 1-SMU, 2-Hawai‘i; 3-Rice, 4-Tulsa, 5-TCU, 6-Fresno State, 7-UTEP, 8-San Jose State Game 1 - SMU 99, San Jose State 56 (1,231) Game 2 - Tulsa 64, TCU 56 (1,231) Game 3 - Hawai‘i 77, UTEP 48 (1,925) Game 4 - Rice 65, Fresno State 47 (1,925) Semifinal 1 - SMU 58, Tulsa 46 (1,051) Semifinal 2 - Rice 76, Hawai‘i 73 (1,051) Championship - Rice 71, SMU 67 (6,609)

2003 - Tulsa, Okla. (March 11-15)

2007 - Las Cruces, N.M, (March 6-10)

Game 1 - SMU 60, Nevada 49 (2,751) Game 2 - Boise State 75, UTEP 58 (2,751) Quarterfinal 1 - SMU 58, Rice 55 (1,142) Quarterfinal 2 - Fresno St. 63, San Jose St. 57 (1,142) Quarterfinal 3 - LA Tech 80, Boise State 55 (2,712) Quarterfinal 4 - Hawai‘i 62, Tulsa 48 (2,712) Semifinal 1 - Fresno State 81, SMU 67 (1,164) Semifinal 2 - Louisiana Tech 85, Hawai‘i 58 (1,164) Championship - LA Tech 89, Fresno State 57 (3,512)

Game 1 - San Jose State 72, Idaho 66 (597) Quarterfinal 1 - Fresno State 72, Hawai‘i 47 (535) Quarterfinal 2 - Boise St. 81, San Jose St. 64 (535) Quarterfinal 3 - NM State 63, LA Tech 57 (3,255) Quarterfinal 4 - Nevada 61, Utah State 60 (3,255) Semifinal 1 - Boise State 68, Fresno State 59 (2,837) Semifinal 2 - NM State 73, Nevada 62 (2,837) Championship - Boise State 49, NM State 46 (5,905)

Seeds: 1-Louisiana Tech, 2-Rice, 3-Fresno State, 4-Tulsa, 5-Hawai‘i, 6-San Jose State, 7-SMU, 8-Boise State, 9-UTEP, 10-Nevada

2004 - Fresno, Calif. (March 9-13)

Seeds: 1-Louisiana Tech, 2-Rice, 3-Tulsa, 4-UTEP, 5-SMU, 6-Fresno State, 7-San Jose State, 8-Hawai‘i, 9-Boise State, 10-Nevada Game 1 - Boise State 59, Hawai‘i 56 (584) Game 2 - San Jose State 68, Nevada 60 (584) Quarterfinal 1 - LA Tech 100, Boise State 56 (612) Quarterfinal 2 - UTEP 80, SMU 73 (612) Quarterfinal 3 - Rice 67, San Jose State 54 (1,907) Quarterfinal 4 - Tulsa 79, Fresno State 55 (1,907) Semifinal 1 - Louisiana Tech 74, UTEP 47 (786) Semifinal 2 - Rice 55, Tulsa 42 (786) Championship - Louisiana Tech 76, Rice 52 (987)

2005 - Reno, Nev. (March 8-12)

2001 - Tulsa, Okla. (March 7-10)

Seeds: 1-Louisiana Tech, 2-Rice, 3-Tulsa, 4-Fresno State, 5-SMU, 6-San Jose State, 7-Hawai‘i, 8-UTEP, 9-Boise State, 10-Nevada

Game 1 - San Jose State 66, UTEP 55 (2,046) Quarterfinal 1 - TCU 74, San Jose State 53 (1,279) Quarterfinal 2 - Rice 60, Nevada 56 (OT) (1,279) Quarterfinal 3- SMU 61, Fresno State 56 (1,932) Quarterfinal 4 - Hawai‘i 65, Tulsa 55 (1,932) Semifinal 1 - TCU 76, Rice 58 (2,123) Semifinal 2 - Hawai‘i 97, SMU 88 (1,396) Championship - TCU 66, Hawai‘i 58 (1,396)

Game 1 - Boise State 55, UTEP 50 (468) Game 2 - Nevada 65, Hawai‘i 61 (468) Quarterfinal 1 - LA Tech 81, Boise State 68 (735) Quarterfinal 2 - Fresno State 71, SMU 53 (735) Quarterfinal 3 - San Jose State 63, Tulsa 60 (1,122) Quarterfinal 4 - Rice 64, Nevada 54 (1,122) Semifinal 1 - LA Tech 92, Fresno State 87 (2OT) (347) Semifinal 2 - Rice 76, San Jose State 68 (347) Championship - Rice 86, Louisiana Tech 66 (465)

Seeds: 1-TCU, 2-Hawai‘i, 3-SMU, 4-Nevada, 5-Rice, 6-Fresno State, 7-Tulsa, 8-UTEP, 9-San Jose State

2002 - Tulsa, Okla. (March 5-9)

Seeds: 1-Louisiana Tech, 2-Rice, 3-Hawai‘i, 4-San Jose State, 5-Tulsa, 6-Nevada, 7-SMU, 8-Boise State, 9-Fresno State, 10-UTEP Game 1 - SMU 73, UTEP 66 (1,016) Game 2 - Boise State 66, Fresno State 54 (OT) (1,016) Quarterfinal 1 - Hawai‘i 45, Nevada 41 (1,052) Quarterfinal 2 - Rice 80, SMU 58 (1,052) Quarterfinal 3 - LA Tech 70, Boise State 53 (2,971) Quarterfinal 4 - Tulsa 66, San Jose State 63 (2,971) Semifinal 1 - Hawai‘i 59, Rice 36 (2,661) Semifinal 2 - Louisiana Tech 57, Tulsa 41 (2,661) Championship - LA Tech 53, Hawai‘i 50 (1,993)

2006 - Reno, Nev. (March 7-11)

Seeds: 1-Louisiana Tech, 2-Fresno State, 3-Hawai‘i, 4-San Jose State, 5-Nevada, 6-Boise State, 7-New Mexico State, 8-Idaho, 9-Utah State Game 1 - Idaho 70, Utah State 59 (419) Quarterfinal 1 - Boise State 72, Hawai‘i 63 (518) Quarterfinal 2 - NM State 74, Fresno State 66 (518) Quarterfinal 3 - Nevada 76, San Jose State 61 (1,071) Quarterfinal 4 - Louisiana Tech 80, Idaho 57 (1,071) Semifinal 1 - NM State 60, Boise State 59 (4,908) Semifinal 2 - Louisiana Tech 69, Nevada 60 (4,908) Championship - LA Tech 63, NM State 39 (4,744)

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Seeds: 1-Boise State, 2-Louisiana Tech, 3-Nevada, 4-Fresno State, 5-Hawai‘i, 6-Utah State, 7-New Mexico State, 8-San Jose State 9-Idaho

2008 - Las Cruces, N.M, (March 11-15)

Seeds: 1-Fresno State, 2-Boise State, 3-New Mexico State, 4-Nevada, 5-Louisiana Tech, 6-Hawai‘i, 7-Utah State, 8-Idaho, 9-San Jose State Game 1 - San Jose State 70, Idaho 63 (4,384) Quarterfinal 1 - Louisiana Tech 82, Nevada 56 (1,618) Quarterfinal 2 - Fresno St. 87, San Jose St. 76 (1,618) Quarterfinal 3 - NM State 55, Hawai‘i 40 (1,880) Quarterfinal 4 - Boise State 61, Utah State 47 (2,181) Semifinal 1 - Fresno State 85, LA Tech 58 (4,163) Semifinal 2 - NM State 72, Boise State 66 (4,163) Championship - Fresno State 72, NM State 56 (2,822) NOTE: Fresno State’s participation vacated

2009 - Reno, Nev. (March 10-14)

Seeds: 1-Fresno State, 2-Louisiana Tech, 3-Nevada, 4-Idaho, 5-Utah State, 6-Boise State, 7-New Mexico State, 8-Hawai‘i, 9-San Jose State Game 1 - Hawai‘i 70, San Jose State 57 (1,401) Quarterfinal 1 - Utah State 59, Idaho 58 (OT) (539) Quarterfinal 2 - Fresno State 65, Hawai‘i 50 (539) Quarterfinal 3 - Nevada 73, Boise State 65 (1,563) Quarterfinal 4 - LA Tech 81, NM State 68 (1,563) Semifinal 1 - Fresno State 57, Utah State 54 (1,518) Semifinal 2 - Nevada 91, LA Tech 88 (OT) (1,518) Championship - Fresno State 56, Nevada 49 (2,281)

2010 - Reno, Nev. (March 10-14)

Seeds: 1-Fresno State, 2-Louisiana Tech, 3-Nevada, 4-Idaho, 5-New Mexico State, 6-Boise State, 7-Utah State, 8-Hawai‘i Quarterfinal 1 - Fresno State 83, Hawai‘i 55 Quarterfinal 2 - Idaho 75, New Mexico State 63 Quarterfinal 3 - Nevada 64, Boise State 59 Quarterfinal 4 - Louisiana Tech 82, Utah State 65 Semifinal 1 - Fresno State 80, Idaho 66 Semifinal 2 - Louisiana Tech 80, Nevada 77 Championship - Louisiana Tech 68, Fresno State 66


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WAC TOURNAMENT YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2011 - Las Vegas, Nev. (March 9-12)

Seeds: 1-Louisiana Tech, 2-Fresno State, 3-Utah State, 4-Nevada, 5-Idaho, 6-New Mexico State, 7-Hawai‘i, 8-Boise State First Round 1 - Idaho 70, Boise State 59 First Round 2 - New Mexico State 71, Hawai‘i 59 Quarterfinal 1 - Nevada 75, Idaho 61 Quarterfinal 2 - Utah State 72, New Mexico State 67 Semifinal 1 - Louisiana Tech 66, Nevada 59 Semifinal 2 - Fresno State 86, Utah State 76 Championship - Fresno State 78, Louisiana Tech 76

2012 - Las Vegas, Nev. (March 7-10)

Seeds: 1-Fresno State, 2-Utah State, 3-Louisiana Tech, 4-Idaho, 5-San Jose State, 6-Hawai‘i, 7-Nevada, 8-New Mexico State Quarterfinal 1 - Louisiana Tech 63, Hawai‘i 54 Quarterfinal 2 - Utah State 75, Nevada 66 Quarterfinal 3 - Fresno State 66, New Mexico State 58 Quarterfinal 4 - Idaho 67, San Jose State 63 Semifinal 1 - Louisiana Tech 73, Utah State 69 Semifinal 2 - Fresno State 80, Idaho 55 Championship - Fresno State 89, Louisiana Tech 61

Tournament Attendance 1991 - Total: 1,561 - Avg.: 520 (3 Games) 1992 - Total: 2,815 - Avg.: 402 (7 Games) 1993 - Total: 6,571 - Avg.: 939 (7 Games) 1994 - Total: 6,287 - Avg.: 898 (7 Games) 1995 - Total: 8,156 - Avg.: 1,165 (7 Games) 1996 - Total: 26,058 - Avg.: 3,723 (7 Sessions) 1997 - Total: 9,457 - Avg.: 1,351 (7 Sessions) 1998 - Total: 17,684 - Avg.: 2,947 (6 Sessions) 1999 - Total: 12,883 - Avg.: 2,147 (6 Sessions) 2000 - Total: 10,816 - Avg.: 2,704 (4 Sessions) 2001 - Total: 8,776 - Avg.: 1,755 (5 Sessions) 2002 - Total: 9,693 - Avg.: 1,937 (5 Sessions) 2003 - Total:11,281 - Avg.: 2,256 (5 Sessions) 2004 - Total: 4,876 - Avg.: 975 (5 Sessions) 2005 - Total: 3,137 - Avg.: 627 (5 Sessions) 2006 - Total: 11,660 - Avg. 2,332 (5 Sessions) 2007 - Total: 13,129 - Avg. 2,626 (5 Sessions) 2008 - Total: 15,168 - Avg. 3,034 (5 Sessions) 2009 - Total: 7,302 - Avg. 1,460 (5 Sessions) 2010 - Total: 6,634 - Avg. 1,659 (4 Sessions) 2011 - Total: 4,677 - Avg. 1,169 (4 Sessions) 2012 - Total: 2,763 - Avg. 691 (4 Sessions)

Tournament Finals Year Champion 1991 Utah 1992 Creighton 1993 Brigham Young 1994 San Diego State 1995 Utah 1996 Colorado State 1997 San Diego State 1998 New Mexico 1999 SMU 2000 Rice 2001 TCU 2002 Louisiana Tech 2003 Louisiana Tech 2004 Louisiana Tech

Runner-Up Creighton Utah Utah Colorado State San Diego State New Mexico Utah Rice Colorado State SMU Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Fresno State Rice

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Rice Louisiana Tech Boise State Vacated Fresno State Louisiana Tech Fresno State Fresno State

Louisiana Tech New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State Nevada Fresno State Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech

NOTE: Fresno State vacated the 2008 title

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1991 - Melanee Brooks-McQueen, Utah; Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State; Kathy Halligan, Creighton; Mikki Kane, Utah (MVP); Shannon Struby, Creighton 1992 - Kathy Halligan, Creighton; Mikki Kane, Utah; Melissa Sanford, Creighton; Becky Strathman, Creighton (MVP); Tanya Zachary, Utah

2005 - Krystal Frazier, Rice; Lauren Neaves, Rice (MVP); Mirenda Swearengin, Fresno State; Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech; Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech 2006 - Dellena Criner, Nevada; Jenean Ford, New Mexico State; Leilani Mitchell, Idaho; Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech; Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech (MVP) 2007 - Dellena Criner, Nevada; Tasha Harris, Boise State; Sherell Neal, New Mexico State; Cecilia RussellNava, New Mexico State; Jessica Thompson, Boise State (MVP) 2008 - Emma Andrews, Fresno State; Tasha Harris, Boise State; Anikia Jawara, New Mexico State; Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State (MVP); Tierre Wilson, Fresno State 2009 - Dellena Criner, Nevada; Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech; Joh-Teena Filipe, Fresno State; Shavon Moore, Nevada; Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State (MVP)

1993 - Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young; Andrea Herold, Utah; Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah (MVP); Thais Kidd, Brigham Young; Shenita Waddell, UTEP

2010 - Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech (MVP); Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech; Hayley Munro, Fresno State; Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State; Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho

1994 - Sorii Epps, San Diego State; Teresa James, Colorado State; Christina Murguia, San Diego State (MVP); Misty Smith, Colorado State; Falisha Wright, San Diego State; Suzanne Zahasky, Fresno State

2011 - Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech; Rosie Moult, Fresno State; Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho; Tahnee Robinson, Nevada; Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State (MVP)

1995 - Amber McEwen, Utah; Julie Krommenhoek, Utah (MVP); Staci Oddo, Fresno State; Michelle Suman, San Diego State; Falisha Wright, San Diego State; Lakeysha Wright, San Diego State 1996 - Becky Hammon, Colorado State (MVP); Abby Garchek, New Mexico, Julie Krommenhoek, Utah; Amber McEwen, Utah; Tamika Stukes, New Mexico 1997 - Kim Brandl, SMU; Julie Krommenhoek, Utah; Kendis Keeburg, Hawai‘i; Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego State (MVP); Sandy Wright, San Diego State 1998 - Marla Brumfield, Rice; Kari Gallup, Brigham Young; Abby Garchek, New Mexico (MVP); Becky Hammon, Colorado State; Katie Kern, New Mexico 1999 - Claudia Brassard, SMU; Linda Froehlich, UNLV; Becky Hammon, Colorado State; Nici Johnson, SMU; Karlin Kennedy, SMU (MVP) 2000 - Marla Brumfield, Rice (MVP); Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i; Kirra Jordan, Rice; Karlin Kennedy, SMU; D-dra Rucker, SMU 2001 - Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i; Tricia Payne, TCU (MVP); Amy Porter, TCU; Dainora Puida, Hawai‘i; D-dra Rucker, SMU 2002 - Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech; Janka Gabrielova, Hawai‘i; Christen Roper, Hawai‘i; Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech (MVP); Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2003 - Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech (MVP); Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech; Lindsay Logan, Fresno State; Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech; Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State 2004 - Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech (MVP); Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech; Lauren Neaves, Rice; Jillian Robbins, Tulsa; Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech 104 2012-13 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide

2012 - Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech; Ashlee Brown, Utah State; Alyssa Charlston, Idaho; Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State (MVP); Rosie Moult, Fresno State

Tournament MVPs Year MVP 1991 Mikki Kane 1992 Becky Strathman 1993 Mikki Kane-Barton 1994 Christina Murguia 1995 Julie Krommenhoek 1996 Becky Hammon 1997 Jodi Nowlin-Tres 1998 Abby Garchek 1999 Karlin Kennedy 2000 Marla Brumfield 2001 Tricia Payne 2002 Ayana Walker 2003 Cheryl Ford 2004 Amisha Carter 2005 Lauren Neaves 2006 Tasha Williams 2007 Jessica Thompson 2008 Jaleesa Ross 2009 Jaleesa Ross 2010 Shanavia Dowdell 2011 Jaleesa Ross 2012 Ki-Ki Moore

School Utah Creighton Utah 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 Fresno State Fresno State Louisiana Tech Fresno State Fresno State


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WAC TOURNAMENT

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM SELECTIONS BY SCHOOL

Boise State.........................................................3 Tasha Harris (2) Jessica Thompson Brigham Young.................................................3 Debbie Dimond Kari Gallup Thais Kidd Colorado State..................................................5 Becky Hammon (3) Teresa James Misty Smith Creighton..........................................................5 Kathy Halligan (2) Melissa Sanford Becky Strathman Shannon Struby Fresno State......................................................16 Emma Andrews Joh-Teena Filipe Lindsay Logan Ki-Ki Moore Rosie Moult (2) Hayley Munro Staci Oddo Jaleesa Ross (4) Mirenda Swearengin Omelogo Udeze Tierre Wilson Suzanne Zahasky Hawai‘i...............................................................6 Janka Gabrielova Kylie Galloway Kendis Keeburg Dainora Puida Christen Roper Kim Willoughby

Idaho..................................................................4 Alyssa Charlston Leilani Mitchell Yinka Olorunnife (2) Louisiana Tech...................................................17 Jasmine Bendolph Amisha Carter Shanavia Dowdell (2) Cheryl Ford (2) Trina Frierson (2) Adrienne Johnson (2) Shan Moore Amber Obaze Erica Taylor (2) Ayana Walker Tasha Williams (2) Nevada..............................................................5 Dellena Criner (3) Shavon Moore Tahnee Robinson New Mexico.......................................................4 Abby Garchek (2) Katie Kern Tamika Stukes New Mexico State.............................................4 Jenean Ford Anikia Jawara Sherell Neal Cecilia Russell-Nava Rice....................................................................7 Marla Brumfield (2) Krystal Frazier Raylene Howard Kirra Jordan Lauren Neaves (2)

San Diego State................................................9 Sorii Epps Kieishsha Garnes Christina Murguia Michelle Suman Jodi Nowlin-Tres Falisha Wright (2) Lakeysha Wright Sandy Wright SMU....................................................................7 Kim Brandl Claudia Brassard Karlin Kennedy (2) Nici Johnson D-dra Rucker (2) TCU.....................................................................2 Tricia Payne Amy Porter Tulsa...................................................................1 Jillian Robbins UNLV..................................................................1 Linda Froehlich Utah...................................................................11 Mikki Kane-Barton (3) Andrea Herold Melanee Brooks-McQueen Julie Krommenhoek (3) Amber McEwen (2) Tanya Zachary Utah State..........................................................1 Ashlee Brown UTEP..................................................................1 Shenita Waddell Bold = Tournament MVP

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WAC TOURNAMENT RECORDS INDIVIDUAL Most Points Game: 44 Tournament: 81

Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU (vs. CU), 1991 Abby Garchek, New Mexico 1998 (4 games)

Most Field Goals Made Game: 17 (att. 28) Tournament: 29 (att. 65)

Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU (vs. CU), 1991 Abby Garchek, New Mexico 1998 (4 games)

Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 28 (made 8) 28 (made 17) Tournament: 54 (made 28)

Jillian Robbins, Tulsa (vs. Rice), 2004 Kieishsha Garnes, SDSU (vs. CU), 1991 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996 (3 games)

Best Field Goal Percentage Game (min. 15 atts.): .778 (14-18) Tournament (min. 20 atts.): .680 (17-25)

Mikki Kane, Utah (vs. CU), 1991 Tashaa Williams, LTU, 2006 (3 games)

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Game: 6 (att. 11) Rosie Moult, Fresno State (vs. LA Tech), 2012 6 (att. 14) Kimya Murray, UTEP (vs. SMU), 2002 6 (att. 10) Kari Gallup, BYU (vs. Utah), 1998 6 (att. 10) Kari Gallup, BYU (vs. Fresno State), 1998 6 (att. 10) Becky Hammon, CSU (vs. SMU), OT, 1998 6 (att. 9) Julie Krommenhoek, Utah (vs. SMU), 1997 6 (att. 10) Becky Hammon, CSU (vs. New Mexico), 1996 Tournament: 14 (att. 26) Kari Gallup, BYU, 1998 (3 games) Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 14 (made 6) Kimya Murray, UTEP (vs. SMU), 2002 14 (made 3) Danada Smith, San Jose State (vs. TCU), 2001 14 (made 4) Jill Sutton, TCU (vs. UTEP), 1998 Rosie Moult, Fresno State, 2012 (3 games) Tournament: 30 (made 9) Most Free Throws Made Game: 13 (att. 16) Tournament: 21 (att. 24)

Lindsey Harris, San Jose State (vs. Rice), 2005 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1999 (2 games)

Most Free Throws Attempted 16 (made 13) Mikki Kane, Utah (vs. UTEP), 1992 Game: Tournament: 24 (made 21) Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1999 (2 games)

Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 40 (made 15) Fresno State (vs. Louisiana Tech), 2012 Tournament: 107 (made 33) Fresno State, 2012 (3 games) Best Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Game (minimum 5 atts.): .769 (10-13) Tournament (minimum 10 atts.): .667 (18-27) Most Free Throws Made Game: 30 (att. 33) 30 (att. 44) Tournament: 73 (att. 99)

Utah (vs. BYU), 1995 Utah, 1995 (3 games)

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

Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 44 (made 30) Rice (vs. San Jose State), 2005 Tournament: 99 (made 73) New Mexico, 1998 (4 games) Best Free Throw Percentage Game (minimum 15 atts.): .941 (16-17) .941 (16-17) Tournament (minimum 30 atts.): .868 (33-38)

Utah State (vs. LA Tech), 2012 TCU (vs. Hawai‘i), 1997 Fresno State, 2010 (3 games)

Most Rebounds Game: 60 Tournament: 147

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

Most Assists Game: 29 Tournament: 62

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

Most Steals Game: 23 Tournament: 58

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

Most Blocked Shots Game: 14 Tournament: 28

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

Most Personal Fouls Game: 32 Tournament: 67

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

Most Rebounds Game: 25 Tournament: 45

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

Most Assists Game: 14 Tournament: 26

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

Most Steals Game: Tournament:

Most Turnovers Caused Game: 34 Tournament: 83

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

Tomika Young, BYU (vs. New Mexico), 1993 Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech, 2003 (3 games) Jodi Nowlin-Tres, SDSU, 1997 (3 games) Christina Murguia, SDSU, 1995 (3 games)

Fewest Points Allowed Half: 12 Game: 36

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

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

Best Field Goal Percentage Defense Half: .125 (4-32) Louisiana Tech (vs. New Mexico State), 2006 Game: .203 (15-74) Tulsa (vs. Rice), 2004

7 14 14 14

Most Blocked Shots Game: 9 Tournament: 17

DEFENSIVE

TEAM RECORDS Most Points Half: 66 (1st) Louisiana Tech (vs. Boise State), 2004 Game: 100 Louisiana Tech (vs. Boise State), 2004 Tournament: 288 New Mexico, 1998 (4 games) Most Field Goals Made Game: 40 (att 64) Tournament: 100 (att 228)

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

Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 84 (made 32) Boise State (vs. San Jose State), 2007 Tournament: 228 (made 100) New Mexico, 1998 (4 games) Best Field Goal Percentage Game: .659 (27-41) Tournament (min. 2 games): .524 (75-143)

BSU (vs. UTEP), 2003 Utah, 1992 (3 games)

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Game: 15 (att. 40) Fresno State (vs. Louisiana Tech), 2012 Tournament: 33 (att. 107) Fresno State, 2012 (3 games)

MISCELLANEOUS Most Points, Both Teams Game: 185 Hawai‘i 97, SMU 88 (OT), 2001 Fewest Points, Both Teams Game: 86 Hawai‘i (54), Nevada (41), 2002 Largest Winning Margin Game: 47 Louisiana Tech 100, Boise State 53, 2004 Lowest Seed to Win Tournament New Mexico (4), 1998 Biggest Upset Based on 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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2013 WAC TOURNAMENT BRACKET No. 7 Seed Game 1 Tuesday, March 12 noon No. 10 Seed No. 8 Seed Game 2 Tuesday, March 12 2:30 p.m. No. 9 Seed

Winner, Game 3

Game 7 Friday, March 15 noon Winner, Game 4

Winner, Game 5 Game 8 Friday, March 15 2:30 p.m. Winner, Game 6

Winner, Game 8

Game 9 Saturday, March 16 noon (ESPNU)

Winner, Game 7

2013 WAC Women’s Basketball Tournament March 12-16 No. 3 Seed Game 3 Wednesday, March 13 noon No. 6 Seed No. 2 Seed Game 4 Wednesday, March 13 2:30 p.m. Winner Game 1 No. 1 Seed Game 5 Wednesday, March 13 6 p.m. Winner Game 2 No. 4 Seed Game 6 Wednesday, March 13 8:30 p.m. No. 5 Seed

Winner, Game 9

Advances to NCAA Tournament

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2012-13 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Friday, Nov. 9 Belmont at Texas State, 5 p.m. Idaho at Wyoming, 7 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Tulane, 7 p.m. San Francisco State at San Jose State, 7 p.m. Pacific at Seattle U, 7 p.m. UT-Pan American at UTSA, 7 p.m. UT Arlington at George Washington, 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 Utah at Denver, 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 Idaho at Colorado, 2 p.m. UT Arlington at Michigan State, 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12 Loyola Marymount at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. Concordia at UTSA, 7 p.m. South Carolina at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Utah State at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. Texas State at North Texas, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13 Montana State at Denver, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14 New Mexico State at UC Santa Barbara, 7 p.m. Washington at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15 Utah State at UC Riverside, 4 p.m. Utah Valley at San Jose State, 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16 Oral Roberts at UT Arlington, 2 p.m. Denver at Wyoming, 5 p.m. Portland at Idaho, 6 p.m. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at UTSA, 7 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17 San Jose State at Evansville, 1 p.m. Seattle U at Colorado State, 2 p.m. Utah State at Loyola Marymount, 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18 UTSA at Wichita State, 1 p.m. Montana at Idaho, 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 19 San Jose State at Eastern Illinois, noon Tuesday, Nov. 20 Utah State vs. Prairie View A&M, 6 p.m. (Great Alaska Shootout) Rice at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. Central Arkansas at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. New Mexico State at New Mexico, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21 Utah State vs. NDSU/Alaska-Anchorage, 2:30/5 p.m. (Great Alaska Shootout) Denver at UC Irvine, 5 p.m. Memphis at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23 George Mason at New Mexico State, 5 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Tournament) Austin Peay at UTSA, 7 p.m. (UTSA Thanksgiving Classic) Portland at Seattle U, 8 p.m. (Washington Dental Service Tournament)

Saturday, Nov. 24 UC Irvine/Drake at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. (Hotel Encanto Tournament) Sacred Heart/Boston College at Seattle U, 6/8 p.m. (Washington Dental Service Tournament) Sunday, Nov. 25 San Jose State at San Diego, 2 p.m. TCU at Texas State, 3 p.m. William & Mary at UTSA, 4 p.m. (UTSA Thanksgiving Classic) Tuesday, Nov. 27 Eastern Washington at Idaho, 6 p.m. UT Arlington at Houston Baptist, 7 p.m. UTSA at Houston, 7 p.m. Utah State at Utah, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28 UTEP at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. Texas State at Oklahoma State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29 Idaho at Montana, 6 p.m. (Lady Griz Classic) Northern Colorado at Denver, 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30 Idaho vs. Tennessee State, 6 p.m. (Lady Griz Classic) UT Arlington at Nebraska-Omaha, 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1 Cal State Northridge at San Jose State, 2 p.m. Montana State at Utah State, 3 p.m. UC Irvine at Seattle U, 4 p.m. New Mexico State at Southern Utah, 5 p.m. Ole Miss at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Texas State at UTEP, 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2 Denver at Oregon, 2 p.m. UT Arlington at Fresno State, 2 p.m. San Francisco at UTSA, 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 3 Pacific at San Jose State, 7 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 9 Louisiana Tech vs. Rutgers, 11 a.m. (Maggie Dixon Classic) Portland State at Seattle U, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11 Colorado at Denver, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12 McNeese State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Santa Clara at San Jose State, 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14 Oral Roberts at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Seattle U at Pepperdine, 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15 San Jose State at San Francisco, 2 p.m. Texas State at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16 Idaho at Washington, 1 p.m. Denver at Montana, 2 p.m. Louisiana Tech at LSU, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18 New Mexico at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. UT Arlington at North Texas, 7 p.m. UC Irvine at Utah State, 7 p.m. Kennesaw State at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20 South Dakota at Utah State, noon Seattle U at Brigham Young, 3 p.m. Idaho at Gonzaga, 6 p.m. Denver at Colorado State, 7 p.m. UTSA at Rice, 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21 UMKC at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 22 Texas State at Houston, noon Oklahoma State at UT Arlington, 2 p.m. San Jose State at Cal State Fullerton, 3 p.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 4 Louisiana Tech at Texas A&M, 7 p.m. UT-Pan American at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. Utah State at Brigham Young, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 29 *Seattle U at Idaho, 2 p.m. *Texas State at San Jose State, 2 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Denver, 4 p.m. *UT Arlington at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *UTSA at Utah State, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 5 Denver at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Idaho at UC Irvine, 7 p.m. UTSA at TCU, 7 p.m. New Mexico State at UTEP, 7 p.m.

Monday, Dec. 31 *UT Arlington at Denver, 2 p.m. *UTSA at San Jose State, 4 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *Texas State at Utah State, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Dec. 6 Huston-Tillotson at Texas State, 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, Jan. 3 *San Jose State at Idaho, 6 p.m. *Denver at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. *New Mexico State at UTSA, 7 p.m. *Utah State at Seattle U, 7 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 7 Idaho at UC Riverside, 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8 Utah State at Notre Dame, noon Air Force at Denver, 1 p.m. UNLV at UTSA, 1 p.m. Southern Utah at San Jose State, 2 p.m.

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Saturday, Jan. 5 *Utah State at Idaho, 2 p.m. *New Mexico State at Texas State, 2 p.m. *San Jose State at Seattle U, 4 p.m. *Denver at UTSA, 6 p.m. *UT Arlington at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m.


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2012-13 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Thursday, Jan. 10 *Seattle U at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *Idaho at Denver, 7 p.m. *Texas State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. *UTSA at UT Arlington, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 14 *San Jose State at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *Utah State at Denver, 7 p.m. *Idaho at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m.

Comcast Center - College Park, Md. Host: Maryland

Saturday, Jan. 12 *Utah State at San Jose State, 2 p.m. *Texas State at UT Arlington, 6 p.m. *Idaho at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *UTSA at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 16 *San Jose State at Denver, 4 p.m. *Texas State at UTSA, 4 p.m. *Seattle U at UT Arlington, 6 p.m. *Utah State at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *Idaho at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m.

St. John Arena - Columbus, Ohio Host: Ohio State

Sunday, Jan. 13 *Seattle U at Denver, 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17 *Louisiana Tech at Idaho, 6 p.m. *Denver at San Jose State, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at Utah State, 7 p.m. *UT Arlington at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19 *New Mexico State at San Jose State, 2 p.m. *UTSA at Texas State, 2 p.m. *UT Arlington at Idaho, 6 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Seattle U, 7 p.m. *Denver at Utah State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24 *Idaho at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. *San Jose State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at UTSA, 7 p.m. *Utah State at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26 *Seattle U at Texas State, 2 p.m. *New Mexico State at Denver, 4 p.m. *Idaho at UTSA, 6 p.m. *San Jose State at UT Arlington, 6 p.m. *Utah State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30 Louisiana Tech at UALR, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31 *Texas State at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *UTSA at Denver, 7 p.m. *Idaho at Utah State, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at San Jose State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2 *Texas State at Denver, 1 p.m. *Idaho at San Jose State, 2 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at UT Arlington, 6 p.m. *UTSA at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *Seattle U at Utah State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7 *New Mexico State at Idaho, 6 p.m. *UT Arlington at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. *Denver at Seattle U, 7 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at UTSA, 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9 *Denver at Idaho, 2 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Texas State, 2 p.m. *New Mexico State at Seattle U, 4 p.m. *UT Arlington at UTSA, 6 p.m. *San Jose State at Utah State, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 20 New Orleans at UT Arlington, noon Texas State at Houston Baptist, 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 CSU Bakersfield at New Mexico State, 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28 *UTSA at Idaho, 6 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Utah State, 7 p.m. *UT Arlington at San Jose State, 7 p.m. *Texas State at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Saturday, March 2 *Texas State at Idaho, 6 p.m. *Denver at New Mexico State, 6:30 p.m. *UTSA at Seattle U, 7 p.m. *UT Arlington at Utah State, 7 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at San Jose State, 7 p.m.

Reed Arena - College Station, Texas Host: Texas A&M

Thompson-Boling Arena - Knoxville, Tenn. Host: Tennessee United Spirit Arena - Lubbock, Texas Host: Texas Tech McCarthey Athletic Center - Spokane, Wash. Host: Gonzaga Harry A. Gampel Pavilion - Storrs, Conn. Host: Connecticut Pete Maravich Assembly Center - Baton Rouge, La. Host: Louisiana State Cameron Indoor Stadium - Durham, N.C. Host: Duke Carver-Hawkeye Arena - Iowa City, Iowa Host: Iowa KFC Yum! Center - Louisville, Ky. Host: Louisville

Thursday, March 7 *Utah State at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. *Denver at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. *San Jose State at UTSA, 7 p.m.

Bob Carpenter Center - Newark, Del. Host: Delaware

Saturday, March 9 *San Jose State at Texas State, 2 p.m. *Idaho at Seattle U, 4 p.m. *New Mexico State at UT Arlington, 6 p.m. *Utah State at UTSA, 6 p.m. *Denver at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m.

Maples Pavilion - Palo Alto, Calif. Host: Stanford

Tuesday-Saturday, March 12-16 2012 WAC Tournament - Las Vegas Tuesday, March 12 WAC Tournament First Round Game 1, noon WAC Tournament First Round Game 2, 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13 WAC Tournament Quarterfinal Game 1, noon WAC Tournament Quarterfinal Game 2, 2:30 p.m. WAC Tournament Quarterfinal Game 3, 6 p.m. WAC Tournament Quarterfinal Game 4, 8:30 p.m. Friday, March 15 WAC Tournament Semifinal Game 1, noon WAC Tournament Semifinal Game 2, 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 16 WAC Tournament Championship Game, noon (ESPNU) Saturday-Tuesday, March 23-26 2013 NCAA Tournament - First and Second Rounds Coors Event Center - Boulder, Colo. Host: Colorado 109 WACSports.com

Carnesecca Arena - Queens, N.Y. Host: St. John’s

Ferrell Center - Waco, Texas Host: Baylor Saturday-Tuesday, March 30-April 2 NCAA Regionals Spokane Regional Veterans Memorial Arena - Spokane, Wash. Host: Washington State Trenton Regional Sun National Bank Center - Trenton, N.J. Hosts: Rider and MAAC Norfolk Regional Ted Constant Center - Norfolk, Va. Host: Old Dominion Oklahoma City Regional Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City, Okla. Host: Big 12 Conference Sunday and Tuesday, April 7 and 9 Women’s Final Four Host: Tulane New Orleans Arena - New Orleans, La. All times local/Dates and times subject to change * indicates WAC game

2012-13 WAC Women's Basketball Media Guide  

2012-13 WAC Women's Basketball Media Guide

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