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2013-14 WAC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL DIRECTORY BAKERSFIELD GoRunners.com

NEW MEXICO STATE nmstatesports.com

Jeff Konya, Athletics Director............................................................ (661) 654-2188 Cindy Goodmon, SWA......................................................................... (661) 654-2346 Greg McCall, Head Coach................................................................... (661) 654-2425 Press Row................................................................................................. (661) 654-2126 Matt Turk, SID [Cell: (515) 240-0483].............................................. (661) 654-3071 FAX.............................................................................................................. (661) 654-6978 E-Mail Address...........................................................................................sid@csub.edu

McKinley Boston, Athletics Director............................................... (575) 646-8225 Mark Trakh, Head Coach..................................................................... (575) 646-1570 Press Row................................................................................................. (575) 646-3400 Stephanie Taylor, SID [Cell: (505) 804-4249]................................. (575) 646-2099 FAX.............................................................................................................. (575) 646-2425 E-Mail Address............................................................................... sataylor@nmsu.edu

CHICAGO STATE GoCSUCougars.com

SEATTLE U goseattleu.com

Dan Schumacher, Athletics Director.............................................. (773) 995-3742 Karen Schiferl, SWA............................................................................... (773) 995-5301 Angela Jackson, Head Coach............................................................ (773) 995-2289 Press Row................................................................................................. (773) 821-2418 Warren Croxton, SID [Cell: (609) 922-3106].................................. (773) 995-2217 FAX:............................................................................................................. (773) 995-3656 E-Mail Address.............................................. ChicagoStateSportsInfo@gmail.com

William Hogan, Athletics Director................................................... (206) 296-6400 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

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 9001 Stockdale Hwy., GYM 08 Bakersfield, CA 93311-1022

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 9501 S. King Dr. Chicago, IL 60628

GRAND CANYON gculopes.com Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 3300 W. Camelback Rd., Bldg. 22 Phoenix, AZ 85017

B. Keith Baker, Athletics Director...................................................... (602) 639-6053 Ruth Ann Gardner, SWA...................................................................... (602) 639-6041 Trent May, Head Coach........................................................................ (602) 639-6036 Steve Heath, SID [Cell: (602) 403-4732]......................................... (602) 639-6514 FAX.............................................................................................................. (480) 270-3672 E-Mail Address........................................................................Steven.Heath@gcu.edu

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

Rob Spear, Athletics Director............................................................ (208) 885-0243 Jessica Atkins, Interim SWA.......................................................(208) 885-885-0214 Jon Newlee, Head Coach.................................................................... (208) 885-0227 Press Row................................................................................................. (208) 885-0211 Seth Pringle, SID [Cell: (303) 903-7718]......................................... (208) 885-7065 FAX.............................................................................................................. (208) 885-2862 E-Mail Address............................................................................springle@uidaho.edu

KANSAS CITY umkckangaroos.com Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 5100 Rockhill Rd. SRC 201 Kansas City, MO 64110

Carla Wilson, Interim Athletics Director........................................ (816) 235-1036 Marsha Frese, Head Coach................................................................. (816) 235-6065 Press Row................................................................................................. (816) 235-6903 Nik Busch, SID [Cell: (816) 529-7694].............................................. (816) 235-6618 FAX.............................................................................................................. (816) 235-1035 E-Mail Address.............................................................................. buschns@umkc.edu

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

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

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN UTPABroncs.com Mailing Address UTPA Athletics 1201 W. University Dr. Edinburg, TX 78539

Chris King, Athletics Director............................................................ (956) 665-2221 Ofelia Lopez, SWA................................................................................. (956) 665-7109 Larry Tidwell, Head Coach.................................................................. (956) 665-2974 Press Row................................................................................................. (956) 665-7271 Jonah Goldberg, SID [Cell: (516) 659-1177]................................. (956) 665-2240 FAX.............................................................................................................. (956) 665-2261 E-Mail Address.......................................................................... goldbergjg@utpa.edu

UTAH VALLEY WolverineGreen.com Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 800 W. University Pkwy. - MS 104 Orem, UT 84058

Vince Otoupal, Athletics Director.................................................... (801) 863-8998 Megan Kennedy, SWA.......................................................................... (801) 863-8254 Cathy Nixon, Head Coach................................................................... (801) 863-8691 Kellen Hiser, SID [Cell: (307) 760-8261].......................................... (801) 863-5451 FAX.............................................................................................................. (801) 863-8813 E-Mail Address............................................................................kellen.hiser@uvu.edu

WAC WACSports.com Mailing Address 9250 E. Costilla Ave. Suite 300 Englewood, CO 80112

Jeff Hurd, Commissioner..................................................................... (303) 799-9221 Connie Hurlbut, Senior Associate Commissioner/SWA........... (303) 962-4205 Hope Shuler, Director, Media Relations ........................................ (303) 962-4213 Shuler’s Cell Phone............................................................................... (303) 999-6380 FAX.............................................................................................................. (303) 799-3888 E-Mail Address....................................................................................hshuler@wac.org

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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 Notes.................................................................... 1 The WAC.................................................................... 2-6 WAC History................................................................. 7 National Champions................................................. 8 WAC Timeline........................................................9-11 WAC Staff.............................................................. 12-13 WAC SAAC............................................................ 14-15 Team Sport Summary.............................................15 WAC Championships Calendar...........................15 WAC Women’s Basketball Notebook......... 16-18 2014 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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WAC STAFF DIRECTORY

Jeff Hurd, Commissioner........................................................................................(303) 962-4216............... jhurd@wac.org Connie Hurlbut, Deputy Commissioner............................................................(303) 962-4205.........churlbut@wac.org Mollie Lehman, Sr. Assoc. Commissioner/Chief Financial Officer............(303) 962-4215.......mlehman@wac.org David Chaffin, Assoc. Commissioner of Technology & Conference Svcs.......(303) 962-4212......... dchaffin@wac.org Nicole Harvey, Assistant Commissioner of Compliance.............................(303) 962-4211..........nharvey@wac.org Amanda Benzine, Director of Championships & Marketing......................(303) 962-4204....... abenzine@wac.org Vicky Eggleston, Director of Creative Services...............................................(303) 962-4207.... veggleston@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 & Media Relations............(303) 962-4214 .........mpucak@wac.org Mary Barber, Administrative Assistant...............................................................(303) 962-4208.........mbarber@wac.org Ray Garvin, Compliance & Championships Intern........................................(303) 962-4203............rgarvin@wac.org SUPERVISORS OF OFFICIALS Kaye Garms, Women’s Basketball......................................... (303) 238-4630.......................................... kgarms@wac.org Bobby Dibler, Men’s Basketball............................................. (915) 598-6286............................... diblerb@sbcglobal.net Dan Pedersen, Baseball............................................................ (619) 368-8228................................... dpedersen@wac.org Dave Neidlinger, Softball......................................................... (303) 755-1192............................topofficial@comcast.net Dan Keohane, Men’s & Women’s Soccer........................... (650) 343-4947.....................................dkeohane@aol.com Alan Suzuki, Volleyball............................................................. (303) 741-3565..........................................asuzuki@wac.org

Bakersfield............................................................ 20-23 Chicago State...................................................... 24-27 Grand Canyon..................................................... 28-31 Idaho...................................................................... 32-35 Kansas City........................................................... 36-39 New Mexico State............................................. 40-43 Seattle U............................................................... 44-47 Texas-Pan American......................................... 48-51 Utah Valley........................................................... 52-55

Records & History 2012-13 Statistics.............................................. 56-63 Team Records..................................................... 64-65 Individual Records...................................................66 Single-Season Top 10...................................... 67-69 Career Records................................................... 70-71 Yearly Team Leaders........................................ 72-77 Yearly Individual Leaders............................... 78-83 All-Time Standings............................................ 84-86 Composite Standings.............................................86 Non-Conference Records......................................87 Attendance Records................................................87 WAC Honors...............................................................88 All-WAC Teams................................................... 89-91 Academic All-WAC............................................ 91-93 Players of the Week.......................................... 94-96 NCAA Tournament History...................................97 WNIT History..............................................................98 WAC Tournament............................................99-103 2014 WAC Tournament Bracket....................... 104 2013-14 Composite Schedule.................. 105-106

Credits The 2013-14 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

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BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC: Since opening its doors in 1970, the growth of California State University, Bakersfield has kept pace with the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the state. Thus, its role as the only four-year institution within a 100-mile radius becomes even more significant as it extends higher education opportunities to the increasing economic and social center. CSUB boasts an excellent and diverse faculty and the highest percentage of faculty in the California State University system with terminal degrees. More than 90% of its tenured faculty earned doctorate degrees in their fields of study. 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students on the main campus in Bakersfield and the Antelope Valley Center in Lancaster, Calif., benefit from excellent academic programs with a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1. CSUB student learning also benefits from a wide range of co-curricular opportunities. In addition to more than 90 registered student clubs and organizations on campus, the student and campus life is enhanced by its NCAA Division I athletics program and a 75,000 square foot recreation center. CSUB and its academic programs have earned some of the nation’s and region’s highest accreditations.

Location: Bakersfield, Calif. Nickname: Roadrunners Founded: 1965 Enrollment: 8,000 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: After completing the NCAA reclassification process in 2009, Bakersfield has enjoyed success as a new Division I program while showing it can be competitive in that short time. The Roadrunners, who won 30 NCAA National Championships and a Sears Director’s Cup as a Division II program, have already won two conference championships in men’s swimming (MPSF 2011) and baseball (WAC 2013) and earned their first berth in the NCAA Tournament as an at-large participant in the men’s soccer tournament in 2011. Bakersfield also nearly swept WAC baseball postseason honors in its first season as an affiliate member in 2013 with Tyler Shryock being named Player of the Year, Bill Kernen earning Coach of the Year honors and Jeff McKenzie being selected Pitcher of the Year. Other accolades within the department include two women’s basketball postseason berths in the WBI (2010, 2011) and a men’s basketball appearance in the 2012 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament, all of which came while competing as an Independent. CSUB has also sent several athletes to the professional ranks recently as nine former baseball players are currently in the minor leagues while two former soccer players Kory Kindle (Colorado Rapids) and Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy) are playing in MLS. Several other men’s and women’s basketball players are enjoying professional careers oversea. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Outdoor Track and Field, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Sand Volleyball, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball, Water Polo

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MEMBER SCHOOLS CHICAGO STATE ACADEMIC: Chicago State University, founded in 1867, is a public university located on 161-picturesque acres in a residential community on the Southside of Chicago. The university’s five colleges – Health Sciences, Arts and Science, Business, Education, and Pharmacy - offer 36 undergraduate and 25 graduate degree-granting programs. In addition, CSU has a Division of Continuing Education and Non-Traditional Programs that reach out to the community with extension courses, distance learning and not-for-credit programs. Chicago State’s student-athletes are leaders academically on CSU’s campus. Last season 75 Cougars were honored as Scholar Athletes for achieving a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or better. The total represents more than 60 percent of the total number of CSU student-athletes. The Chicago State women’s tennis team received the NCAA’s Public Recognition Award in 2013. The honor recognizes teams with an Academic Progress Rate in the top 10 percent of their sport nationally for the four-year period ending with 2011-12.

Location: Chicago, Ill. Nickname: Cougars Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 6,107 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: The Cougars enter the Western Athletic Conference with a tremendous amount of momentum in the athletic department. In 2012-13, the Chicago State men’s basketball team earned the program’s first ever Division I conference championship and postseason bid thanks to a berth in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Baseball starts 2013-14 with a brand new $2.5 million on-campus stadium. The lighted, artificial turf stadium returns baseball to campus and gives CSU one of the finest diamonds in the Midwest. The 2013 campaign marks Toby Rens’ first as head volleyball coach at Chicago State. He owns the most NCAA head coaching victories of any Division I volleyball head coach in the state of Illinois. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

GRAND CANYON ACADEMIC: Since 1949, Grand Canyon University has been a premier private university in Arizona, helping students find their purpose and achieve their potential through landing the career of their dreams, advancing their career, and changing careers. As a Christian university, GCU also encourages students to find their purpose in Christ, with an emphasis on applying Christian values and ethics to the workplace. GCU’s quality academic programs, offered through its colleges, provide the essential knowledge and skills needed to be effective in today’s complex business world. Grand Canyon University offers online and campus-based degree programs through the Ken Blanchard College of Business, College of Education, College of Nursing, College of Arts and Science, College of Fine Arts and Production and College of Doctoral Studies. As a leading private university in Arizona, GCU emphasizes individual attention for both traditional undergraduate students as well as the working professional.

Location: Phoenix, Ariz. Nickname: Antelopes Founded: 1949 Enrollment: 8,500 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: The Grand Canyon University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is dedicated to providing quality programs and athletic experiences for men and women with interest and ability that is consistent with the stated mission and values of the university. The department strives to educate and involve students and the university community in the promotion of personal growth. This department strives to prepare men and women to be student-athletes distinguished by integrity, effort to succeed, and Christian conduct. Student-athletes are expected to pursue excellence on the courts and playing fields, in the classroom, and in the community. Students who choose to participate in athletic programs are challenged to lead lives committed to health, discipline, perseverance, and stewardship. Student-athletes, coaches and staff are expected to emulate Christ in all aspects of their lives including their academic and athletic endeavors. GCU has won the Learfield Sports Directors Cup in back-to-back years (2011-12 and 2012-13) as the top performing school in Division II. The Antelopes have won two NCAA Division II National Championships, doing so in men’s soccer in 1996 and men’s indoor track and field in 2012. As members of the NAIA, the ‘Lopes won a combined seven national championships, winning four in baseball and three in basketball. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Sand Volleyball, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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MEMBER SCHOOLS IDAHO 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. Its faculty are at the forefront of research and 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, and Jeremy Klas earned the award in 2013. The Vandals have now won the award a record nine times in just eight seasons of WAC participation.

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Location: Moscow, Idaho Nickname: Vandals Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 12,312 Joined WAC: 2005

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. A 50-foot by 30-foot video board was added to the Dome in the summer of 2013 as well. 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 two Western Athletic Conference team titles in 2012-13 and finished second in the WAC Commissioner’s Cup standings for the second consecutive year. Four Idaho student-athletes earned All-America honors in 2012-13 and Vandals combined for 34 First-Team All-WAC honors, 28 Second-Team honors, four WAC Athlete of the Year honors, two WAC Coach of the Year awards and a sweep of the WAC’s Joe Kearney Award for the top individual male and female athlete in the conference. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

KANSAS CITY ACADEMIC: The University of Missouri-Kansas City, one of four University of Missouri campuses, is a public university serving more than 16,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Located in the heart of a thriving urban setting, the university is surrounded by arts, entertainment, culture and sports. UMKC engages with the community and economy based on a four-part mission: life and health sciences; visual and performing arts; urban issues and education; and a vibrant learning and campus life experience. The Princeton Review named UMKC a “Best Value” university for 2012 and again for 2013. The 12:1 studentfaculty ratio and small classes give students a personal education and create a small-college feel, while Kansas City’s metropolitan environment provides extensive opportunities for internships and networking as well as culture and entertainment.

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Location: Kansas City, Mo. Nickname: Kangaroos Founded: 1929 Enrollment: 14,221 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: UMKC joins the Western Athletic Conference in 2013, after 19 successful years with the Summit League. The men’s basketball team enters the new era with a new coach and a renovated venue. After winning a national title as an assistant with Louisville, Kareem Richardson joined UMKC as the team’s head coach. His team will play home games at historic Municipal Auditorium in downtown Kansas City, home to more NCAA Final Fours than any arena in the nation. Beyond basketball, several UMKC teams had record-breaking finishes last year. Men’s golf won their second Summit League title, and men’s tennis won its fourth straight regular season title and third straight tournament crown. But it isn’t just about the athletics. Last year, UMKC student-athletes earned the Summit League’s second-highest cumulative GPA. The year prior, UMKC set the bar with the league’s highest cumulative GPA. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, 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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MEMBER SCHOOLS NEW MEXICO STATE ACADEMIC: For the 16th consecutive semester, all 17 men’s and women’s teams cumulative grade point averages combined are at or above a 3.00. For the 16th 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 55 student-athletes post a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring semester. NM State led the WAC with 184 Academic All-WAC selections. The Aggies graduate 90 percent of studentathletes on scholarship, who exhausting their eligibility.

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Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Nickname: Aggies Founded: 1888 Enrollment: 17,651 Joined WAC: 2005

ATHLETIC: The New Mexico State men’s basketball team won its second consecutive conference tournament championships and third title in four years in 2012-13 en route to its 20th NCAA Tournament appearance. The NM State men’s golf team won the 2013 WAC Championship for the sixth title in eight years and the team competed in the NCAA Regional. The Aggie volleyball team won its first WAC Tournament Championship and made its sixth NCAA Tournament showing in 2012. Both the NM State men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at the NCAA Mountain Regional and Courtney Schultz was the lone runner from the WAC to compete at the NCAA National Championships. The Aggie equestrian team participated at the NCEA National Championships in 2013. Swimmer Jessica Legge won two individual titles at the WAC Championships, and she was the first Aggie to win multiple titles since 2009. The NM State women’s indoor track and field team finished in third place at the conference meet, and Brianna Cromartie was named WAC Athlete of the Year. 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

SEATTLE U 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 Founded: 1898 Enrollment: 7,755 Joined WAC: 2012

ATHLETIC: Seattle University entered the Western Athletic Conference with a bang in 2012-13, winning three conference titles: Erik Barkhaus in men’s cross country, the women’s basketball team winning the regular season conference title, and Hannah Mittelstaedt finishing first in the 3000 meter steeplechase at the outdoor track and field championships. Seattle U has advanced 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. In its first year in the WAC, the Redhawks earned 14 First Team AllWAC honors as well as 164 Academic All-WAC awards. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Rowing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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MEMBER SCHOOLS TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN ACADEMIC: The University of Texas-Pan American, a Hispanic serving institution, is in the middle of one of the fastest growing areas in the nation, the southern tip of Texas known as the Rio Grande Valley. UTPA is located in Edinburg, Texas, approximately 10 miles north of the US/Mexico border and 75 miles northwest of South Padre Island. UTPA provides program specific classes in Rio Grande City, McAllen and South Padre Island in addition to those offered through the online learning center. Since its inception in 1927, UTPA has conferred over 2,600 associate’s, 58,000 bachelor’s, 13,000 master’s, and 155 doctoral degrees. UTPA provides an affordable education and global opportunities with a choice of 56 bachelor’s, 53 master’s, three doctoral, and two cooperative doctoral programs within 7 colleges. UTPA will join with The University of Texas at Brownsville to undergo a major transformation as part of Project South Texas, which will create an emerging Tier 1 research institution with a medical school, set to welcome its first freshman class in the fall of 2015. The plan will result in a single institution that spans the entire Rio Grande Valley, with a presence in each of the major metropolitan areas of Brownsville, Edinburg, Harlingen and McAllen. The new university will be eligible for funding from the Permanent University Fund.

Location: Edinburg, Texas Nickname: Broncs Founded: 1927 Enrollment: 19,843 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: UTPA Athletics has a proud athletic tradition, with six team national championships and 10 individual national championships in men’s basketball and men’s tennis on its resume. The men’s basketball team won the 1963 NAIA National Championship and returned to the title game the following season. In 1980-81, the Broncs knocked off eventual NCAA Champion Indiana before reaching the NIT and falling to eventual champion Tulsa. Eighteen Broncs have been selected in the NBA Draft, six of whom went on to play in the NBA, including Luke Jackson, whose number hangs proudly over Sam Williams Court at the UTPA Fieldhouse. Since 2000, 24 UTPA men’s basketball players have gone pro. The men’s tennis team won the Big State Conference Championship every year from 1953 through 1965, winning the NAIA National Championships every year from 1961 through 1965 and finishing as finalists in 1959 and 1960. The Broncs also won the doubles championships every year from 1959 through 1963 and in 1965 as well, to go with singles championships every year from 1961 through 1963, along with 1965. The Broncs joined Division I in 1966 and immediately advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing in sixth place. The Broncs hosted the NCAA Championships in 1975 and 1976. Thirty-two Broncs have been selected in the MLB Draft, four of whom have gone on to play in majors. There are currently eight Broncs playing professional baseball, three of whom are in affiliated ball. Four of them played together with the Roswell Invaders and won the Pecos League Championship while sweeping MVP honors in 2013. The Broncs reached the 1971 College World Series after shutting out Texas in back-to-back games and had the No. 1 ranking at the end of the season. Each of the Broncs golf teams has won five team PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships. UTPA Athletics is set to start women’s soccer in 2014 and welcome back men’s soccer after a 17-year hiatus in 2015. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

UTAH VALLEY ACADEMIC: Nestled between the towering Wasatch Mountains and the shores of Utah Lake in Orem, Utah, Utah Valley University is home to more than 30,000 students. As one of the largest institutions of higher education in the state, UVU offers more than 145 undergraduate, associate and certificate/degree programs, with graduate degrees in education, nursing and business administration. UVU is an open admissions, structured enrollment institution and serves as an important point of access to higher education within the community by providing opportunity to any student willing to perform to the university’s high academic standards. From top-quality academic programs to athletics in the Western Athletic Conference, UVU focuses on providing an outstanding experience to its students — with an emphasis on engaged learning, or the combination of traditional academic discovery with hands-on context and application.

Location: Orem, Utah Nickname: Wolverines Founded: 1941 Enrollment: 31,556 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: Utah Valley University’s transition into the WAC completes its unprecedented move from a junior college athletic program to a member of NCAA Division I. In 2013 the Wolverines celebrate a decade of tenure in DI, marking ten years since they became the first modern-day athletic program to move from NJCAA directly to Division I. After a brief stint as an independent, UVU joined the upstart Great West Conference and experienced immediate and widespread success. The Wolverines claimed the GWC’s Commissioner’s Cup in each of the four years the league was in existence, finishing with a total of 39 conference titles and boasting eight All-Americans in that time. In 2012, UVU baseball strung together a 32-game winning streak -- the third longest in NCAA history -- while posting the nation’s top winning percentage at a 47-12 clip. It concluded the record-breaking season with the nation’s best team batting average, most runs scored, and its first-ever consensus All-American in Goose Kallunki. The 2012-13 season saw the UVU women’s soccer team claim its second straight GWC regular season and tournament titles while the women’s cross country and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams won their fifth consecutive league crowns. Women’s basketball, coming off its first GWC regular season title, was recognized by the WBCA as having the top GPA in the nation while men’s and women’s golf and track and field also earned national academic recognition. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 6 2013-14 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide


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WAC HISTORY After completing its 51st year of intercollegiate competition, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best programs. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets and largest metropolitan cities. In addition, the WAC’s studentathletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the years. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 29 seasons. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003. In women’s basketball, the conference has had at least two teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament 10 times in 22 seasons, with a record five teams in 1998. The WAC also sent teams to three BCS football bowl games since 2006. In 2013-14, the WAC will create a new digital network to give fans streaming internet access to many of its regular season games and postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, softball and baseball. 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. In 2005, Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. Boise State withdrew prior to the 2011-12

season. In 2012, the WAC added Denver, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. The current membership began on July 1, 2013 when the WAC added Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Kansas City, UTPA and Utah Valley to join Idaho, New Mexico State and Seattle U. The new institutions replace withdrawing members, Denver, Louisiana Tech, San Jose State, Utah State, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. 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 commissioner Jeff Hurd (2012-present). Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – nine men’s and 10 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball. 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.

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

35 NCAA team titles have been won by the current members of the WAC Boxing 1940 Idaho 1941 Idaho 1950 Idaho Men’s Basketball 1993 Bakersfield (II) 1994 Bakersfield (II) 1997 Bakersfield (II) Men’s Soccer 1996 Grand Canyon (II) 1997 Bakersfield (II) 2004 Seattle U (II) Men’s Indoor Track and Field 2012 Grand Canyon (II) Men’s Swimming and Diving 1986 Bakersfield (II) 1987 Bakersfield (II) 1988 Bakersfield (II) 1989 Bakersfield (II) 1990 Bakersfield (II) 1991 Bakersfield (II) 1992 Bakersfield (II) 1993 Bakersfield (II) 1998 Bakersfield (II) 2000 Bakersfield (II) 2001 Bakersfield (II) 2002 Bakersfield (II) 2004 Bakersfield (II) Wrestling 1976 Bakersfield (II) 1977 Bakersfield (II) 1979 Bakersfield (II)

Football 1984 Brigham Young

1980 Bakersfield (II) 1981 Bakersfield (II) 1982 Bakersfield (II) 1983 Bakersfield (II) 1987 Bakersfield (II)

Men’s Golf 1981 Brigham Young 1998 UNLV

Women’s Volleyball 1989 Bakersfield (II)

Women’s Gymnastics 1992 Utah

Softball 1988 Bakersfield (II) 1989 Bakersfield (II) 1990 Bakersfield (II)

Softball 1998 Fresno State

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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 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

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

253 NCAA individual titles have been won by the current teams in the WAC Bakersfield (209) Wrestling (I)......................................................................................................... 9 Wrestling (II)......................................................................................................30 Men’s Swimming & Diving (II).................................................................. 114 Women’s Swimming & Diving (II)...............................................................27 Men’s Indoor Track & Field (II)........................................................................ 5 Women’s Indoor Track & Field (II)................................................................. 3 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (II)..................................................................13 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (II)...........................................................16 Women’s Tennis (II)............................................................................................ 1 Chicago State (2) Men’s Swimming & Diving............................................................................. 2

Grand Canyon (17) Men’s Swimming & Diving (II)....................................................................... 6 Women’s Swimming & Diving (II)................................................................. 2 Women’s Tennis (II)............................................................................................ 2 Men’s Indoor Track & Field (II)........................................................................ 3 Wrestling (II)........................................................................................................ 4 Idaho (23) Boxing..................................................................................................................16 Skiing..................................................................................................................... 3 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field.......................................................................... 3 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field................................................................... 1 Seattle U (2) Men’s Swimming & Diving (II)....................................................................... 2

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WAC TIMELINE July 27, 1962 - The original charter for the Western Athletic Conference is Feb. 23, 1988 - The WAC and the Holiday Bowl reach an agreement for signed by the presidents of the charter member universities. Paul Brechler the conference champion to host the game through the 1992 season. is named the WAC’s first commissioner. May 9, 1990 - The WAC and ESPN agree to the conference’s first contract Nov. 10, 1962 - Arizona State wins the first WAC championship as it for the telecast of men’s basketball games by a national network. captures the cross country title. July 1, 1990 - The WAC merges with the High Country Athletic Conference Dec. 19, 1964 - Utah becomes the first school since the formation of to form a single conference for men’s and women’s athletics. the conference to participate in a bowl game as it defeats West Virginia, 32-6, in the Liberty Bowl. Dec. 1, 1991 - BYU’s Ty Detmer wins the Heisman Trophy, a first for a WAC athlete. March 20, 1966 - Utah becomes the first school to reach the NCAA Final Four, and Brigham Young captures the championship of the National June 12, 1991 - Fresno State is accepted as the WAC’s 10th member Invitation Tournament. effective July 1, 1992. Sept. 20, 1967 - UTEP becomes the WAC’s seventh member. Sept. 26, 1968 - Colorado State becomes the WAC’s eighth member.

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.

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

Aug. 13, 1992 - The WAC is included in the Western Bowl Alliance, which guarantees at least one conference team an appearance in the Aloha and July 1, 1971 - Stan Bates becomes the WAC’s third commissioner as he Copper Bowls for the next two years. replaces Wiles Hallock. April 20, 1994 - Karl Benson is appointed the fifth commissioner in league Dec. 27, 1971 - The first Fiesta Bowl, originated to match the WAC cham- history, replacing Dr. Joe Kearney. pion against an at-large team, is played in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State defeats Florida State, 45-38. April 21, 1994 - The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa. Dec. 27, 1976 - The Presidents’ Council receives official notification of the intention of Arizona and Arizona State to seek affiliation with the June 6, 1994 - The University Arena in Albuquerque is chosen as the site then-Pacific-8 Conference. of the 1995 and 1996 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. April 8, 1977 - San Diego State University is extended an invitation of June 14, 1994 - The WAC signs a multi-year football contract with ESPN membership effective July 1, 1978. and ABC. 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.

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.

June 30, 1978 - Arizona and Arizona State officially withdraw from the May 1, 1995 - The Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas is selected conference. as the site of the 1997 and 1998 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Sept. 29, 1978 - The University of Hawai`i is officially approved as a member effective July 1, 1979. 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 Dec. 22, 1978 - After a seven-year tie to the Fiesta Bowl, the WAC begins largest such contract in WAC history and the first national telecast of a new affiliation with the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. WAC women’s basketball. The WAC becomes the only conference in the country with an exclusive contract with ESPN for football and basketball. Aug. 29, 1979 - The United States Air Force Academy is accepted as a member effective July 1, 1980. 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 May 1, 1980 - Dr. Joe Kearney is named the fourth commissioner in Game. conference history as he replaces Stan Bates. Dec. 11, 1995 - The WAC’s first website is published. May 1, 1983 - The Presidents’ Council approves the concept for a WAC Basketball Tournament beginning in 1984. Feb. 19, 1996 - The MGM Grand Garden arena is selected as the site of the inaugural WAC Volleyball Tournament, to be contested Nov. 26-30 Dec. 21, 1984 - Brigham Young University earns the conference’s first na- in Las Vegas. tional football championship with a victory over Michigan in the Holiday Bowl to complete a 13-0 season. Feb. 26, 1996 - The WAC Council selects Pacific and Mountain as the names for the newly-created divisions to be instituted in 1996-97. July 16, 1987 - The WAC and KUTV of Salt Lake City agree to the conference’s first one-million-dollar package for the regional syndication of July 1, 1996 - The WAC becomes the nation’s largest NCAA Division I-A men’s basketball games. conference with 16 members competing in 11 men’s and 10 women’s championship sports. 9 WACSports.com


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WAC TIMELINE Nov. 26-30, 1996 - The WAC hosts its first ever volleyball tournament at June 5, 2001 - Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is chosen as the site for the 2002 the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Brigham Young defeats Hawai`i, 3-2, in the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. championship match. June 20, 2001 - The WAC signs a three-year deal with ESPN for telecasts Dec. 7, 1996 - Brigham Young and Wyoming play in the inaugural WAC of football and basketball. Football Championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. Brigham Young wins the game in overtime, 28-25, before a record-setting crowd July 1, 2001 - Boise State University and Louisiana Tech University beof 41,238, the largest for a team sporting event in Nevada. come official members of the WAC, while TCU withdraws. This increases the membership to 10 schools. Jan. 1, 1997 - The WAC has its second team ever play in a New Year’s Day Jan. 17, 2002 - Tulsa is chosen as the host for the 2003 basketball tourbowl. Brigham Young defeats Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl, 19-15, and naments. sets the record for most wins by a Division I-A school with 14. Aug. 7, 2002 - The WAC initiates an innovative and creative two-year pilot June 23, 1997 - The WAC becomes a Bowl Alliance member beginning project to create an academic alliance among its 10 member institutions. with the 1998 season. Nov. 12, 2002 - Fresno State’s brand new Save Mart Center is chosen as Nov. 24, 1997 - Brigham Young wins the women’s NCAA national the site for the 2004 WAC Basketball Tournament while Nevada is picked championship in cross country. It’s the first-ever women’s national title as host for the 2005 tournament. in WAC history. Dec. 31, 2002 - Boise State and Fresno State both win their bowl games. March 30, 1998 - The Utah Runnin’ Utes advance to the NCAA men’s The Broncos beat Iowa State 34-16 in the Humanitarian Bowl, while the basketball title game. Utah leads most of the game, but bows out in the Bulldogs defeat Georgia Tech, 30-21, in the Silicon Valley Football Classic. final five minutes to Kentucky. Feb. 22, 2003 - The men’s basketball teams from Fresno State, Hawai`i, May 25, 1998 - Fresno State’s softball team wins the national champion- Louisiana Tech and Tulsa compete in ESPN’s inaugural Bracket Buster ship with a 1-0 victory over Arizona. Saturday event. May 27-30, 1998 - UNLV wins the men’s NCAA golf title. It’s the third June 23, 2003 - Rice wins the NCAA title in baseball, the school’s first national championship for a WAC team during the 1997-98 season. team title in any sport. Nov. 28, 1998 - Hawai`i and Brigham Young meet in the WAC Volleyball Oct. 23, 2003 - The WAC Board of Directors extends invitations for Tournament final and the Wahine win, 15-12, 21-19, 13-15, 16-18, 24-22. membership to New Mexico State and Utah State, effective July 1, 2005. The 89 points scored by Hawai`i sets a new NCAA record. June 4, 2004 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for June 7, 1999 - Selland Arena in Fresno is chosen as the site for the 2000 membership to the University of Idaho, effective July 1, 2005. men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is selected for the 2001 tournaments. Oct. 1, 2004 - The University of Nevada is selected as the host for the 2006 WAC Basketball Tournament. June 8, 1999 - The WAC signs a two-year football and basketball television deal with Fox Sports Net. Nov. 2, 2004 - Sacramento State is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2006 season. June 10, 1999 - The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to Nevada beginning July 1, 2000. Dec. 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 June 30, 1999 - Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New third consecutive year. Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming officially withdraw from the conference. April 7, 2005 - The WAC announces the addition of women’s gymnastics beginning in 2005-06. Also reinstates postseason tournaments for both Oct. 17, 1999 - The WAC Council of Presidents invites Boise State and softball and baseball for 2006. Louisiana Tech to join the league on July 1, 2001. July 1, 2005 - Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State become official Dec. 25, 1999 - The Hawai`i football team breaks the NCAA record with members of the WAC. Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdraw giving the an eight and a half game improvement in wins from the previous year WAC a total of nine members. with a 23-17 victory over Oregon State in the Oahu Bowl. July 27, 2005 - The WAC unveils its new marketing campaign, “Play Up.” July 1, 2000 - The University of Nevada becomes an official member of the WAC and increases the membership to nine schools. Nov. 10, 2005 - Fresno State defeats Boise State, 27-7, in football, ending the Broncos’ WAC-record 31-game conference winning streak. Dec. 31, 2000 - Fresno State competes in the inaugural Silicon Valley Football Classic in San Jose. Nov. 11, 2005 - New Mexico State is named host for the 2007 and 2008 WAC basketball tournaments. March 29, 2001 - The University of Tulsa wins the men’s basketball NIT title with a 79-60 victory over Alabama. Nov. 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. 10 2013-14 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide


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WAC TIMELINE Nov. 24, 2005 - The WAC streams its first sporting event (the opening Nov. 28, 2010 - For the first time since 1997, the WAC has three football match of the volleyball tournament) via the internet using WAC.TV. teams ranked in the AP top 25: Boise State, Nevada and Hawai‘i. Feb. 17-18, 2006 - The WAC goes 3-1 in BracketBusters as Nevada, Loui- June 14, 2011 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for siana Tech and Utah State earn men’s basketball wins. membership to Seattle U, effective July 1, 2012. March 26, 2006 - The WAC sponsors its first WAC Women’s Gymnastics July 14, 2011 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for championship since 1993 in Logan, Utah. membership to UT Arlington, effective July 1, 2012, increasing membership to 10 schools. April 3, 2006 - Louisiana Tech men’s basketball player Paul Millsap becomes the first player in NCAA history to lead the nation in rebounding Sept. 19, 2011 – Dallas Baptist and Bakersfield added as affiliate members three years in a row. in baseball beginning with the 2013 season. Jan. 1, 2007 - Boise State becomes the first WAC team to play in a BCS March 9, 2012 - Jeff Hurd is named interim commissioner of the WAC. bowl game and beats Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, 43-42, in overtime. July 1, 2012 – Denver, Seattle, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State become official members of the WAC. Fresno State, Hawai‘i and Nevada withdraw Feb. 16-17, 2007 - Boise State, Nevada, New Mexico State and Utah giving the WAC a total of 10 members. State win men’s basketball games to give the WAC a perfect 4-0 record in BracketBusters. Oct. 9, 2012 - The WAC Board of Directors extend invitations for membership to CSU Bakersfield and Utah Valley, effective July 1, 2013. 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. Nov. 27, 2012 - The WAC Board of Directors extend an invitation for membership to Grand Canyon, effective July 1, 2013. Jan. 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. Dec. 5, 2012 – Chicago State becomes a member of the WAC, effective July 1, 2013. 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 Dec. 12, 2012 – Northern Colorado is added as an affiliate member in deciding game. baseball beginning with the 2014 season. Sept. 3, 2008 - The WAC announces a contract extension with ESPN that Dec. 19, 2012 – Texas-Pan American accepts an invitation to become the guarantees more than 300 regular-season and 45 championship events eighth member of the conference for the 2013-14 season. will be aired on the ESPN networks through the spring of 2017. Jan. 9, 2013 – The WAC reinstates men’s soccer. Bakersfield, Grand Canyon December, 2008 - For the first time in its history, the WAC sends more and Seattle will be joined by affiliates Air Force, Houston Baptist, UNLV than half of its football teams (five) to postseason bowl games. and San Jose State for the 2013 season. April-June, 2009 - The WAC announces neutral site locations for the 2009 Feb. 7, 2013 – The University of Missouri-Kansas City accepted an invitaVolleyball Tournament (Las Vegas), the 2010-12 Baseball Tournaments tion for membership to join the conference effective July 1, 2013. (Mesa, Ariz.) and the 2010-11 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments (Las Vegas). Feb. 11, 2013 – North Dakota is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2014 season. Dec. 12, 2009 - The Hawai‘i women’s volleyball team swept No. 16 Michigan, 25-23, 25-19, 25-18 in the NCAA Tournament Regional Final at June 11, 2013 – Jeff Hurd is named the sixth commissioner in league Maples Pavilion, advancing the team to its ninth Final Four appearance history. in school history. July 1, 2013 – Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Kansas City, Jan. 4, 2010 - Boise State makes its second appearance in the Tostitos Texas-Pan American and Utah Valley become official members of the Fiesta Bowl and beats TCU, 17-10. The Broncos become the second team WAC. Denver, Louisiana Tech, San Jose State, UT Arlington, UTSA, Texas in FBS history to end a season 14-0. State and Utah State withdraw giving the WAC a total of nine members. May 30, 2010 – Hawai‘i defeats Alabama on a two-out, two-run, walk-off home run by Jenna Rodriguez in the bottom of the seventh in the deciding game of the NCAA Tuscaloosa Softball Super Regional, sending the UH to its first-ever College World Series. The moment was nominated for “Best Upset” at the 2010 ESPN ESPY Awards.

July 1, 2013 – WAC Board of Directors determined that the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments will return to Las Vegas and the Orleans Arena March 12-15, 2014. The Board also committed to the development of a strategic plan to facilitate conference growth that includes both a digital network and a new marketing/branding campaign.

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

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WAC STAFF

JEFF HURD Commissioner

Jeff Hurd was named Commissioner of the WAC on June 14, 2013. 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. Hurd, who is the sixth commissioner in the WAC’s 51-year history, has served in various capacities during his tenure. He was the Conference’s Senior Associate Commissioner prior to being named to replace former commissioner Karl Benson on an interim basis.

Hurd is a graduate of the University of Missouri’s 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.

Commissioner Hurd presenting at the 2012 WAC Basketball Tournament

CONNIE HURLBUT

MOLLIE LEHMAN

DAVE CHAFFIN

Deputy Commissioner

Senior Associate Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer

Associate Commissioner for Technology and Conference Services

Mollie Lehman joined the WAC staff in August of 2007 and is the Senior Associate Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer. She is primarily responsible for handling all the accounting, finance, and human resource functions within 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.

Dave Chaffin joined the WAC staff in 1995 and was promoted to Associate Commissioner in 2010. His responsibilities include technology, conference services and overseeing the WAC Digital Network. 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 has 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, and daughter, Jamie. They reside in Centennial.

Connie Hurlbut joined the WAC staff in 2009 and serves as Deputy Commissioner. 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 NICOLE HARVEY

VICKY EGGLESTON

HOPE SHULER

Assistant Commissioner for Compliance

Director, Creative Services

Director, Media Relations

Nicole Harvey joined the WAC staff in June, 2013, and oversees all compliance activities while managing WAC involvement in all aspects of NCAA governance. Harvey spent the previous 10 years at the University of Memphis where she began in Academic Services before being named the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance & Student Services in 2007. Prior to Memphis, Harvey worked in compliance at both Southern Illinois and Kansas State. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Kansas State, where she was a student-athlete competing in track and field.

Vicky Eggleston came to the WAC in December, 2006, and oversees the creative services of the conference. Before joining the WAC, Eggleston served as the media designer at R+L Carriers in Ohio. Prior to that she spent eight 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’s degree in communications and a master of arts degree in telecommunications. She and her husband, Bryan, have two daughters, Kelsey and Kylie. They live in Littleton.

Hope Shuler came to the WAC in September, 2008, and serves as the media relations contact for volleyball, women’s basketball and softball. Before joining the WAC, Shuler served as the media relations director for The Summit League. She 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 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.

JASON ERICKSON

AMANDA BENZINE

Mary Barber

Director, Media Relations

Director, Championships and Marketing

Administrative Assistant

Amanda Benzine joined the WAC in August, 2011, and oversees the budgeting, planning and administration of the conference’s championships and marketing 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.

Mary Barber joined the WAC Staff in August, 2013, and serves as the office manager for the conference office. Before joining the WAC, Barber served as the Executive Assistant for the Vice President of Advancement and External Relations at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Prior to that she was the scholarship administrative officer at the Daniels Fund. Barber earned a degree at Colorado Northwestern Community College. A Montana native, she and her husband reside in Aurora.

Jason Erickson joined the WAC staff in September, 2007, and handles media relations duties for the WAC in women’s soccer, men’s basketball, baseball and golf. 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 fouryear-old son, Nash.

MATT PUCAK

RAY GARVIN

KAYE GARMS

Assistant Director, Championships and Media Relations

Intern, Compliance and Championships

Supervisor, Women’s Basketball Officials

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 in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and technical communications.

Ray Garvin joined the WAC staff in August, 2013 and serves as the conference’s compliance and championships intern. Garvin is a 2009 graduate of Texas Southern and a 2012 graduate of its Thurgood Marshall School of Law. He recently received his LL.M from St. John’s (N.Y.) School of Law. 13 WACSports.com

Kaye Garms enters her 21st 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.


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WAC SAAC 2013-14 WAC STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Brooke Melvin

Colin Briggs

Taryn Miller

Reagan Quigley

Track & Field

Soccer SAAC Vice Pres.

Jenna Pearson

Baseball

Wanda Beguelin Tennis

Soccer

Michael Oakley Soccer

Christy Barela

Horlexus Willis

Track & Field SAAC Social Media

Track & Field SAAC Event Coord.

Scott Bann

Lindsey Bryant

UTAH VALLEY

Garett Anderson

Felipe Reyes

Basketball SAAC Secretary

UTPA

Soccer

Basketball

Volleyball

SEATTLE U Stephanie Verdoia

Markus Starks

NEW MEXICO STATE

Golf

KANSAS CITY

Wrestling SAAC President

IDAHO

Dalton Kelley

Swimming & Diving SAAC Event Coord.

GRAND CANYON

CHICAGO STATE

BAKERSFIELD Lauren Kaufman

Track & Field

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Track & Field SAAC Vice Pres.

Ben Aird 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 Nicole Harvey in the conference office.

TEAM SPORT SUMMARIES

2013-14 CALENDAR

Women’s Soccer League: Seven teams (Bakersfield, Grand Canyon, Idaho, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, Utah Valley). Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 12 matches. Tournament: Top four eligible teams meet in Las Cruces, N.M.

Cross Country-M&W Nov. 2 Seattle, Wash. Host: Seattle U

men’s Soccer League: Eight teams (Air Force, Bakersfield, Grand Canyon, Houston Baptist, Kansas City, UNLV, San Jose State, Seattle U). Schedule: Two divisions of four teams with a double round-robin within each division and a single round-robin against the other division for a total of 10 matches. Tournament: Seven eligible teams meet in Colorado Springs, Colo. Volleyball Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 16 WAC matches. Tournament: Top six eligible teams meet in Phoenix, Ariz. Men’s and Women’s Basketball Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 16 WAC games. Tournament: Eight eligible teams (Bakersfield, Chicago State, Idaho, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UTPA, Utah Valley) meet in Las Vegas, Nev. WOMEN’S Tennis League: Seven teams (Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Idaho, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UTPA). Tournament: Six eligible teams meet in Las Cruces, N.M. MEN’S Tennis League: Seven teams (Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Idaho, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UTPA). Tournament: Six eligible teams meet in Las Cruces, N.M. Softball League: Six teams (Bakersfield, Grand Canyon, Kansas City, New Mexico State, Seattle U, Utah Valley). Schedule: Fifteen WAC games played as three games at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: Five eligible teams meet in Seattle, Wash. (double-elimination). Baseball League: Ten teams (Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, New Mexico State, North Dakota, Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, Seattle U, UTPA, Utah Valley). Schedule: Twenty-seven WAC games played as three-game series at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: Top six eligible teams meet in Mesa, Ariz. (double-elimination). 15 WACSports.com

Women’s Soccer Nov. 8 &10 Las Cruces, N.M. Host: New Mexico State men’s Soccer Nov. 14-15, 17 Colorado Springs, Colo. Host: Air Force Women’s Volleyball Nov. 25-27 Phoenix, Ariz. Host: Grand Canyon Indoor Track and Field-M&W Feb. 26-28 Moscow, Idaho Host: Idaho Swimming and Diving-M&W Feb. 26-March 1 San Antonio, Texas Host: Palo Alto College Basketball-M&W March 12-15 Las Vegas, Nevada Host: Orleans Arena Women’s Golf April 25-27 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Longbow Golf Course Tennis-M&W April 25-27 Las Cruces, N.M. Host: New Mexico State Men’s Golf May 2-4 Las Vegas, Nev. Host: Stallion Mountain Golf Course Softball May 8-10 Seattle, Wash. Host: Seattle U Outdoor Track and Field-M&W May 14-17 Orem, Utah Host: Utah Valley Baseball May 21-25 Mesa, Ariz.


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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NOTES

PRESEASON COACHES POLL

The nine 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. Seattle U (6) 2. Idaho (3) 3. New Mexico State 4. Kansas City 5. Bakersfield 6. Utah Valley 7. Texas-Pan American 8. Grand Canyon 9. Chicago State

Points 62 59 47 36 32 30 25 23 10

PRESEASON COACHES ALL-WAC

First Team Stacey Barr, Idaho Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Eilise O’Connor, Kansas City Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

Second Team Janae Coffee, Bakersfield Judy Jones, Grand Canyon Kim Nezianya, Kansas City Ashley Ward, Seattle U Sasha Weber, New Mexico State

Preseason Player of the Year: Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

Media members who regularly cover the WAC also voted on their preseason poll and All-WAC teams.

Points 115 100 80 75 66 53 40 38 18

PRESEASON MEDIA ALL-WAC

First Team Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Judy Jones, Grand Canyon Eilise O’Connor, Kansas City Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

STAT LEADERS BACK The following are the returning statistical leaders in the WAC from the 2012-13 season. Two of the top 10 scorers are back in Seattle U’s Kacie Sowell (16.4) and Sylvia Shephard (13.6), who ranked fifth and ninth, respectively, in the league a year ago. Sowell and Idaho’s Ali Forde are the two of the top 10 rebounders returning, ranking second (9.9) and 10th (7.3), respectively, last season. Four of the top 10 assist leaders return, led by Shephard, who last year ranked fourth in the WAC with 3.71 assists per game. Also returning are Seattle U’s Ashley Ward (5th, 3.65), Danesia Williamson of New Mexico State (7th, 3.39) and Idaho’s Connie Ballestero (8th, 3.27). Two of the top 10 steals leaders – Seattle U’s Shephard (1st, 3.26) and Sowell (T-7th, 2.00) – return, while Idaho’s Forde (2nd, 1.85) and Alyssa Charlston (7th, 0.97) are the reutrning top blockers. In addition, several newcomers to the WAC ranked in the top 10 in various statistical categories in their respective conferences last year. Tierra Williams of Chicago State ranked third in the Great West in steals (1.7) and sixth in scoring (9.3), while teammate Layne Murphy ranked fifth in blocks (1.3), tied for seventh in steals (1.4) and ninth in rebounding (5.7). The Cougars’ Chanel Wilson-Stewart ranked sixth in blocked shots (0.8), while teammate Paris Williams was 10th in scoring (8.4). Grand Canyon’s Judy Jones ranked second in the Pacific West Conference in rebounding (10.4), tied for second in steals (2.8) and fifth in scoring (16.2), while her teammate Asha McDonnell ranked eighth in blocks (1.2).

PRESEASON MEDIA POLL

Rank Team (First-Place Votes) 1. Seattle U (11) 2. Idaho (1) 3. New Mexico State 4. Utah Valley 5. Bakersfield 6. Kansas City 7. Texas-Pan American 8. Grand Canyon (1) 9. Chicago State

ORLEANS ARENA IN LAS VEGAS TO HOST 2014 WAC TOURNAMENT The 2014 WAC Basketball Tournament returns to the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas for the fourth year in a row. This year’s tournament includes all eight eligible teams and will be held Wednesday-Saturday, March 12-15.

Second Team Janae Coffee, Bakersfield Tina Doughty, Utah Valley Sasha Weber, New Mexico State Stacey Barr, Idaho Tyonna Outland, Bakersfield

Preseason Player of the Year: Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

Kansas City’s Eilise O’Connor ranked second in The Summit League in scoring (16.9), fourth in assists (3.9) and ninth in steals (1.6). Meanwhile, teammate Hailey Houser was ninth in blocks (0.8). Kaelynn Boyd of Texas-Pan American ranked second in the Great West in assists (3.5) and fifth in steals (1.5), while teammate Jasmine Thompson was 10th in rebounding (4.9). Utah Valley’s Tina Doughty ranked fourth in the Great West in scoring (10.4), while teammate Whitney Jenkins was fourth in steals (1.6) and ninth in assists (2.0). RETURNING ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS Two of the first team All-WAC players from last year return for the 2013-14 season in Idaho’s Alyssa Charlston and reigning WAC Player of the Year Kacie Sowell of Seattle U. Other WAC honorees that return are Seattle U’s Sylvia Shephard, the reigning WAC Defensive Player of the Year, who was named second team All-WAC and to the All-Defensive Team. Idaho’s Stacey Barr, a third team All-WAC selection, and Christina Salvatore, an All-Freshman honoree, round out the group. Tierra Williams of Chicago State earned the Great West Sixth Woman Award and was named second team All-Great West, while teammates Paris Williams (honorable mention) and Layne Murphy (all-newcomer) were also honored. Grand Canyon’s Judy Jones was named PacWest Player and Newcomer of the Year and was a first team all-conference pick.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NOTES Eilise O’Connor of Kansas City was named first team All-Summit, while KaeLynn Boyd of Texas-Pan American was named to the Great West All-Newcomer Team. Tina Doughty of Utah Valley was named second team All-Great West and to the all-newcomer team. LETTERWINNER/STARTER CAPSULE Six of the nine WAC schools – Bakersdield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Idaho, Kansas City and Seattle U – return at least three starters this season. Meanwhile, New Mexico State and Utah Valley each return two starters, while Texas-Pan American returns just one starter from a year ago. Team Bakersfield Chicago State Grand Canyon Idaho Kansas City New Mexico State Seattle U Texas-Pan American Utah Valley

KEY NON-CONFERENCE MATCHUPS This season, WAC teams have as many as 27 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. 8 – Idaho at Gonzaga (Preseason WNIT) Nov. 10 – Texas-Pan American at Texas Tech Nov. 18 – New Mexico State at Cal Poly Nov. 30 – *Idaho vs. California (Nugget Classic) Dec. 6 – Idaho at Montana (Lady Griz Classic) Dec. 7 – Bakersfield at Cal Poly Dec. 15 – Bakersfield at California Dec. 22 – Texas-Pan American at Wichita State (Wichita State Winter Classic) Dec. 29 – Texas-Pan American at Oklahoma State

*possible match-up in tournament

First Team All-WAC Alyssa Charlston, Idaho, P, 6-1, Jr. Devyn Christensen, Utah State, G, 5-6, Sr. Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State, G, 5-9, So. Diamond Ford, Texas State, G, 5-9, Sr. Kacie Sowell, Seattle U, P, 6-2, Jr. Second Team All-WAC Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech, F, 6-0, So. Stefanie Gilbreath, New Mexico State, G, 6-1, Sr. Jennifer Schlott, Utah State, G, 5-6, Jr. Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U, G, 5-10, Jr. Emiko Smith, Denver, G, 5-5, Sr.

LR LL SR SL 8 4 3 2 4 6 3 2 7 7 3 2 8 2 5 0 8 3 4 1 5 6 2 3 9 3 3 2 6 8 1 4 5 8 2 3

Games vs. WNIT Teams Nov. 16 – Chicago State at Miami (Ohio) Nov. 19 – Seattle U at Washington Nov. 20 – Toledo at Kansas City Nov. 23 – IUPUI at Chicago State Nov. 26 – Idaho at San Diego Nov. 26 – Kansas City at Missouri Nov. 29 – Sam Houston State at Kansas City (Plaza Lights Classic) Nov. 30 – Texas-Pan American vs. Northern Iowa (UTSA Classic) Nov. 30 – Eastern Illinois at Kansas City (Plaza Lights Classic) Dec. 7 – *Idaho vs. Appalachian State (Lady Griz Classic) Dec. 8 – Seattle U at San Diego Dec. 11 – Utah Valley at Utah Dec. 14 – *Grand Canyon vs. East Carolina (Warhawk Classic) Dec. 15 – Texas Southern at Kansas City Dec. 20 – Idaho State at Utah Valley Dec. 21 – Wyoming at Idaho Dec. 23 – Hawai‘i at Grand Canyon Dec. 28 – Seattle U at UC Santa Barbara

2012-13 POSTSEASON AWARDS

Third Team All-WAC Stacey Barr, Idaho, G, 5-8, So. Riana Byrd, San Jose State, F, 6-1, Fr. Jenna Johnson, Utah State, G, 5-10, Sr. Kamra King, UTSA, G, 5-6, So. Brittany Lewis, Louisiana Tech, F, 6-2, Sr. All-Defensive Team Daidra Brown, Seattle U, G, 5-6, Sr. Riana Byrd, San Jose State, F, 6-1, Fr. Jenna Johnson, Utah State, G, 5-10, Sr. Maiya Michel, Denver, F, 5-11, Jr. Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U, G, 5-10, Jr. All-Freshman Team Riana Byrd, San Jose State, F, 6-1 Kailey Edwards, Denver, G, 5-9 Erin Peoples, Texas State, F, 6-0 Lulu Perry, Louisiana Tech, G, 5-6 Christina Salvatore, Idaho, G, 5-11 Player of the Year: Kacie Sowell, Seattle U Defensive Player of the Year: Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U Newcomer of the Year: Stefanie Gilbreath, New Mexico State Coach of the Year: Joan Bonvicini, Seattle U

2012-13 WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Date 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 4 March 10 17 WACSports.com

Name Yr. Pos. School Kacie Sowell Jr. F Seattle U Ta’Rea Cunnigan So. G San Jose State Devyn Christensen Sr. G Utah State Riana Byrd Fr. F San Jose State Erin Peoples Fr. G Texas State Ashley Ezeh Jr. F Texas State Devyn Christensen Sr. G Utah State Diamond Ford Sr. G Texas State Kacie Sowell Jr. F Seattle U Emily Schill Fr. F San Jose State Jennifer Schlott Jr. G Utah State Alyssa Charlston Jr. P Idaho Emiko Smith Sr. G Denver Kelia Shelton So. G Louisiana Tech Danesia Williamson So. G New Mexico State Camila Rosen Sr. G New Mexico State Riana Byrd Fr. F San Jose State Stefanie Gilbreath Sr. G New Mexico State


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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NOTES WAC IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS _____________________________

Team Scoring Offense Utah State, 5th, 76.5 Texas State, 38th, 69.5 Free Throw Percentage Utah State, 2nd, 80.1 Three-Point Field Goal Average Idaho, 10th, 8.1 Utah State, 17th, 7.7 Texas State, 36th, 6.7 New Mexico State, 47th, 6.5 Blocked Shots Per Game Idaho, 45th, 4.5 Steals Per Game Seattle U, 4th, 12.8 Utah State, 9th, 12.0 San Jose State, 32nd, 10.9 Turnovers Per Game Texas State, 15th, 13.3 Turnover Margin UTSA, 46th, 3.47

Individual Points Per Game Diamond Ford, Texas State, 10th, 21.5 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State, 17th, 20.1 Devyn Christensen, Utah State, 20th, 19.8 Rebounds Per Game Riana Byrd, San Jose State, 20th, 10.9 Kacie Sowell, Seattle U, 43rd, 9.9 Assists Per Game Emiko Smith, Denver, 18th, 6.2 Blocked Shots Per Game Riana Byrd, San Jose State, 30th, 2.13 Ali Forde, Idaho, 50th, 1.85 Steals Per Game Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U, 11th, 3.26 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State, 16th, 3.13 Jenna Johnson, Utah State, 19th, 3.00 Field Goal Percentage Kacie Sowell, Seattle U, 7th, 55.6 Free Throw Percentage Devyn Christensen, Utah State, 3rd, 92.4 Stefanie Gilbreath, New Mexico State, 34th, 84.7 Jennifer Schlott, Utah State, 43rd, 83.8 Three-Point Field Goal Average Devyn Christensen, Utah State, 2nd, 3.34 Christina Salvatore, Idaho, 31st, 2.64 Assist-Turnover Ratio Emiko Smith, Denver, 18th, 2.16 Double-Doubles Kacie Sowell, Seattle U, 23rd, 17

A LOOK BACK: 2012-13 IDAHO FALLS TO UCONN IN NCAA TOURNAMENT The Huskies went on a 12-0 run before Idaho got on the board, and UConn never looked back in a 105-37 win over the Vandals in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Idaho, which earned an NCAA Tournament berth for the first time in 28 years, ended its season with a 17-16 record. The Huskies shot 61 percent from the field and 50 percent (11-of-22) from three-point range, while Idaho hit just 26 percent of its shots and 8-of-26 three-pointers (31 percent). The Huskies forced Idaho into 21 turnovers, while committing only six. UConn out-rebounded Idaho 45-23, including 12-6 on the offensive end, and the Huskies blocked eight shots, compared to Idaho’s three. Stacey Barr led Idaho with 14 points on 4-of-9 three-point shooting, and Jessica Graham scored eight points in her final game at Idaho. Alyssa Charlston had six points, two rebounds, two assists, three blocks and a steal. SEATTLE U FALLS TO SAINT MARY’S IN FIRST ROUND OF WNIT The Redhawks weren’t able to overcome an early deficit in their first-ever appearance in the WNIT, falling at Saint Mary’s in the first round, 68-51. The Gaels shot 39 percent from the field and a blazing 58 percent from three-point range, while Seattle U connected on 28 percent from the field and 21 percent from beyond the arc. Saint Mary’s also nearly doubled the Redhawks in rebounds, 5429. Sylvia Shephard led the Redhawks with 20 points and five steals, and Kacie Sowell recorded her 17th double-double of the season with 10 points and 13 rebounds. UTAH STATE FALLS TO SOUTH DAKOTA IN FIRST ROUND OF WBI Utah State could not overcome a 9-0 South Dakota run in the second half as the Aggies lost to the Coyotes, 77-69, in the first round of the Women’s Basketball Invitational to end its season with an 18-14 record. Jennifer Schlott netted a team-high 25 points, tallying 18 in the second half, as well as dished out eight assists, one shy of her career high. Devyn Christensen added 16 points, while Jenna Johnson grabbed 13 rebounds and had a career-high five blocked shots. IDAHO CLAIMS 2013 WAC TOURNAMENT Idaho defeated top-seeded Seattle U 67-64 to win its first WAC Tournament title in school history. In a game that featured five ties and 13 lead changes, a majority of those in the second half, Idaho was able to fend off the Redhawks to the final buzzer. Tournament MVP Stacey Barr finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds for her third double-double of the season. The third-seeded Vandals defeated No. 6-seed San Jose State (84-82) and second-seeded Utah State (67-64) in earlier rounds of the tournament. All-Tournament Team Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Devyn Christensen, Utah State Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U Kacie Sowell, Seattle U MVP: Stacey Barr, Idaho THREE WAC TOURNAMENT RECORDS FALL Three WAC Tournament records (two individual and one team) were broken during the 2013 tournament in Las Vegas. The records are listed below. Individual Three-pointers made Three-pointers attempted

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Devyn Christensen, Utah State (vs. Seattle U) Devyn Christensen, Utah State (vs. Seattle U)

Team Best free throw percentage

.944

Louisiana Tech vs. Seattle U

SJSU’S CUNNIGAN EARNS ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT HONORS San Jose State sophomore Ta’Rea Cunnigan earned Capital One Academic All-District VIII honors as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). A native of Winchester, Calif., the two-year starter has a 3.61 cumulative grade-point average while majoring in kinesiology. Cunnigan was the only player in the WAC and one of just four sophomores in the nation named to an Academic All-District team. BONVICINI FINALIST FOR NAISMITH COACH OF THE YEAR After leading her team to the WAC regular-season title in its first season in the WAC, Seattle U coach Joan Bonvicini was one of 30 finalists for the Naismith Women’s College Coach of the Year. Bonvicini ranks 11th on the NCAA Division I all-time wins list. In February 2007, she became just the 18th coach in NCAA Division I women’s basketball history to reach the 600-win mark. 18 2013-14 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide


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2014 NCAA TOURNAMENT BRACKET

First Round 1

Regionals

National Championship

National Semifinals

2014 NCAA Division I Women's BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Second Round

National Semifinals

Regionals

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MIDEAST REGIONAL Norfolk, Virginia March 28 & 30

2014 NCAA DIVISION I WOMEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST ROUND ‐ March 22‐23 (Sites TBA) SECOND ROUND ‐ March 24‐25 (Sites TBA) REGIONAL SEMIFINALS ‐ March 29‐30 (Sites TBA) REGIONAL FINAL ‐ March 31‐April 1 (Sites TBA)

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BAKERSFIELD ROADRUNNERS

QUICK FACTS

ROADRUNNER BITS

Location:............................................Bakersfield, Calif. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2013 Enrollment:............................................................ 8,500 Founded:.................................................................. 1970 Nickname:................................................ Roadrunners Colors:......................................................Blue and Gold Chancellor:.................................. Dr. Horace Mitchell Athletics Director:......................................Jeff Konya Athletic Department:...................(661) 654-2188 Ticket Office:.....................................(661) 654-2583 Website:................................ www.GoRunners.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach.............................................. Greg McCall Basketball Office..............................(661) 654-2425 School’s All-Time Record....263-131 (.668), 13 years School’s All-Time WAC Record....0-0 (.000), 1st year 2012-13 Record.......................................12-17 (.414) Arena..........................................Icardo Center (3,880) Arena Record........................ 72-30 (.706), 13 years NCAA Appearances................................................... 0 NCAA Record............................................................. 0-0 WNIT Appearances.................................................... 0 WNIT Record.............................................................. 0-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................8/4 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................3/2

ICARDO CENTER

n Bakersfield

plays on the only Blue Basketball Court in all of basketball. The floor was installed in 2011 and has been the subject of numerous stories on the local, regional and national level.

n Although Bakersfield played the 2012-13 schedule as a Division I Independent, the Roadrunners

played eight games against current WAC opponents a year ago, going 5-3.

n Bakersfield set a school Division I record last season with nine straight wins from Jan. 5-Feb. 16

before losing at New Mexico State Feb. 23.

n Tyonna Outland is on pace to score her 1,000th career point this season as she begins the 2013-

13 season with 824 career points. Outland was named CollegeSportsMadness.com Independent Player of the Week four times last season.

n Janae

Coffee set the Bakersfield Division I school records for most blocks in a season (52) and most blocks in a game with eight against Texas-Pan American on Jan. 8, 2013.

n Bakersfield owns a remarkable 95-3 all-time record when holding opponents under 60 points.

The Roadrunners added to that streak when Bakersfield defeated New Orleans, 85-55, March 2, 2013.

n At 6-4, Coffee is the tallest player in the 13-year history of the program, while Alyssa Shannon,

at 5-2, is the shortest player in program history.

n Outland was the only player to start all 29 games last season, as the Roadrunners used 12 dif-

ferent starting lineups in 29 games.

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 9 at Oregon Nov. 11 at Oregon State Nov. 20 Concordia-Irvine Nov. 23 at UNLV Nov. 30 Omaha Dec. 3 at UC Riverside Dec. 7 at Cal Poly Dec. 11 at San Francisco Dec. 15 at California Dec. 19 Houston Baptist Dec. 30 Fresno Pacific Jan. 2 at Cal State Northridge Jan. 4 *at Utah Valley Jan. 9 *at Grand Canyon Jan. 16 *Seattle U Jan. 18 *Idaho Jan. 23 *at Chicago State

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

Date Opponent Jan. 25 *at Kansas City Jan. 30 *New Mexico State Feb. 1 *Texas-Pan American Feb. 8 *Grand Canyon Feb. 13 *at Idaho Feb. 15 *at Seattle U Feb. 20 *Kansas City Feb. 22 *Chicago State Feb. 27 *at Texas-Pan American March 1 *at New Mexico State March 8 *Utah Valley March 12-15 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

ROADRUNNER ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Horace Mitchell President

Dr. Roy LaFever Faculty Representative

Jeff Konya Athletics Director

Cindy Goodmon Senior Associate AD/SWA

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Matt Turk Basketball SID

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


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BAKERSFIELD COACHING STAFF

GREG MCCALL Alma Mater: Bakersfield, ‘91 Overall Record: 19-39 (.328), two years School Record: same WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n Greg McCall is in his third season and is the third women’s basketball

coach at Bakersfield. n Prior to becoming head coach, he spent the previous four seasons

as an assistant at CSUB, helping guide to Roadrunners to a pair of postseason appearances and a 22-12 record in 2011. n This is McCall’s second stint as a head coach, as he previously led

nearby Taft (Junior) College from 1997-2007. n He helped restart the Cougars’ women’s basketball program and

successfully led them into the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Tournament. n McCall won 98 games at Taft College and has 117 wins as a college

head coach. n He began his coaching career as an assistant with the Bakersfield men’s

basketball program. n McCall was on the Roadrunner coaching staff that helped lead the

program to its third national championship in 1997. n He played basketball at Bakersfield and was part of the Roadrunner

team that made the 1991 Division II Final Four. n McCall’s oldest daughter, Dewanna Bonner, was drafted by the Phoe-

nix Mercury in the first round of the 2009 WNBA draft with the fifth overall pick. Dewanna was a standout forward for Auburn University from 2006-09. n McCall’s youngest daughter, Erica McCall, is a member of the women’s

basketball team at Stanford after serving a member of the USA U-16 and U-18 National Girls’ Basketball teams. COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall 2011-12 Bakersfield 7-22 2012-13 Bakersfield 12-17

Conf. (Finish) N/A N/A

ASSISTANT COACHES

Postseason — —

Overall Record 19-39 (.328)/two years Bakersfield Record 19-39 (.328)/two years

Tasha Burnett Cal Poly Pomona, ‘03 1st Year 21 WACSports.com

Zach Grasmick Bakersfield, ‘08 1st Year

Xavier Johnson William Penn, ‘00 1st Year


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BAKERSFIELD TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

TYONNA OUTLAND

JANAE COFFEE

BATABE ZEMPARE

C, 6-4, RS-Jr.

G, 5-8, RS-Jr.

F, 6-2, So.

Named College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week three times last season ... led the team in rebounding (8.7), blocks (52) and field goal percentage (50.0), and was second in scoring (13.5) ... her 52 blocks are a school Division I record ... tied the school Division I record for rebounds in a game with 18 at New Orleans on Feb. 11 ... named to the all-tournament team at the USC Women of Troy Classic ... nearly posted a tripledouble with 22 points, 17 rebounds and a school Division I record nine blocks against UTPA on Jan. 8 ... sat out the 2011-12 season after transferring from Long Beach State, where she played in 11 games as a freshman and averaged 7.0 points and 5.4 rebounds.

Named College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week three times last season ... led the team in steals (1.6), ranked second in rebounding (5.1), and third in both scoring (11.9) and assists (1.8) ... recorded her first double-double of the year with 20 points and a career-high 11 rebounds against Utah Valley on Jan. 19 ... redshirted the 2011-12 season after suffering a knee injury seven games in ... as a freshman in 201011, scored in double figures in 19 of 34 games.

Named College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week on Jan. 7 last year as a freshman ... ranked second on the team in rebounding (8.0) ... averaged 5.6 points per game, shooting 79 percent (34-of-43) from the free throw line ... posted her first career double-double with a season-best 17 points and 12 rebounds at Pacific on Dec. 31 ... grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds against New Orleans on March 2.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11* 11-3 77-7.0 59 2 3 2012-13 21-18 284-13.5 183 13 16 Totals 32-21 361/11.3 242 15 19

Career Statistics Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2012-13 28-5 157-5.6 224 6 22 2010-11 34-11 378-11.1 74 64 54 Totals 28-5 157-5.6 224 6 22 2011-12* 7-7 102-14.6 41 11 18 2012-13 29-29 344-11.9 147 52 46 Totals 70-47 824-11.8 262 127 118 *redshirted the season

*stats from Long Beach State

2013-14 ROSTER

o. N 1 2 3 5 11 13 15 21 22 23 31 34 44

Name Alyssa Shannon Brittany Sims Shaquita Smith Batabe Zempare Brooklynn Hinkens Dajy Vines Erika Williams Nichole Martin Marilyn Naderhoff Miranda Williamson Brianna Jorgensen Janae Coffee Tyonna Outland

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

Ht. 5-2 6-3 5-6 6-2 5-5 5-9 6-0 5-5 5-8 6-2 6-3 6-4 5-8

Yr. Exp. So. 1L Fr. HS Jr. TR So. 1L Jr. 2L RS-Jr. 1L RS-Fr. RS RS-Fr. RS RS-Jr. 2L Fr. HS Fr. HS RS-Jr. 1L RS-Jr. 2L

TEAM PROFILE

Hometown (Last School) Bakersfield, Calif. (Stockdale) Fresno, Calif. (Edison) Buffalo, N.Y. (ASA College) Accra, Ghana (Chapparal) Lake Tapps, Wash. (Auburn-Riverside) Oxnard, Calif. (Santa Clara) Fresno, Calif. (Diamond Ranch) Bakersfield, Calif. (Ridgeview) Santee, Calif. (West Hills) San Diego, Calif. (Martin Luther King) South Jordan, Utah (Cottonwood) Fresno, Calif. (Long Beach State) Compton, Calif. (Lynwood)

BAKERSFIELD CAMPUS

Top Returnees Janae Coffee Brooklynn Hinkens Tyonna Outland Alyssa Shannon Dajy Vines Batabe Zempare

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 13.5 8.7 0.6 2.7 0.8 0.6 11.9 5.1 1.8 2.4 1.5 1.3 4.8 3.9 0.7 5.6 8.0 0.2

Key Losses Lauren Carter Ciarra Ford Cebrina Johnson Amber Williams Shahana Zeigler

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 4.2 3.3 0.4 8.1 2.7 3.0 6.9 4.9 1.6 14.4 2.3 2.0 2.2 1.3 1.2

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director/WBB Contact............................Matt Turk Address .................9001 Stockdale Hwy., GYM 08 Bakersfield, CA 93311-1022 Office Number ................................(661) 654-3071 Turk’s Cell Number .......................(515) 240-0483 Turk’s E-Mail ..................................... sid@csub.edu Fax Number .....................................(661) 654-6978 Press Row ......................................... (661) 654-2126

Media Outlets Bakersfield Californian:......................... Jeff Evans (661) 395-7389.................jevans@bakersfield.com KGET (17/NBC):..........Mark Haas, Sports Director (661) 283-1700....................... markhaas@kget.com KERO (23/ABC):..................................Casey Keirnan (661) 637-2320................casey.keirnan@kero.com KBAK/KBFX:..................................................Greg Kerr (661) 325-6397.......... gkerr@bakersfieldnow.com KERN Radio: Office: (661) 328-1410............ FAX: (661) 328-0873

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BAKERSFIELD 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 12-17

Home: 5-7

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

Williams, Amber

28-26 823-29.4 150-372 .403 53-159 .333

49-81 .605

20-44

Coffee, Janae

21-18 443-21.1 112-224 .500

60-95 .632

86-97 183-8.7 63-1 13 43 52 16 284-13.5

Outland, Tyonna

29-29 828-28.6 107-289 .370

20-70 .286 110-146 .753

66-81 147-5.1 58-1 52 67 10 46 344-11.9

Ford, Ciarra

29-19 686-23.7

0-0 .000

73-238 .307 39-126 .310

50-70 .714

21-57

39-51 .765

31-53

Johnson, Cebrina 17-8

460-27.1

35-116 .302

Zempare, Batabe

28-5

576-20.6

61-134 .455

Vines, Dajy

27-22 563-20.9

Carter, Lauren

50-111 .450

8-26 .308 1-1 1.000

34-43 .791

99-125

64-2.3 45-0 57 69 5 40 402-14.4

78-2.7 44-0 88 73 9 28 235-8.1 84-4.9 52-2 28 50 4 25 117-6.9 224-8.0

67-0

6

39

7

22

157-5.6

9-34 .265

20-33 .606

40-66 106-3.9 73-2 19 25 4 23 129-4.8

14-7

213-15.2

18-69 .261

7-24 .292

16-28 .571

14-32

46-3.3 27-1

6 24 6 5

59-4.2

Hinkens, Brooklynn 29-2

331-11.4

28-104 .269

19-79 .241

3-4 .750

11-13

24-0.8 12-0 12 16 0 6

78-2.7

Shannon, Alyssa

28-7

408-14.6

21-50 .420

3-10 .300

22-27 .815

11-30

41-1.5 52-0 37 45 0 31

67-2.4

Zeigler, Shahana

22-0

252-11.5

18-62 .290

1-10 .100

11-14 .786

8-20

28-1.3 29-0 26 25 2 16

48-2.2

Naderhoff, Marilyn 27-1

226-8.4

11-41 .268

5-13 .385

18-31 .581

5-12

17-0.6 24-1 22 41 0 10

45-1.7

2-2.0

0-0 .000

0-0 .000

0-0 .000

0-0

Collins, Tyler

1-1

0-0.0

0-0

0 1 0 0

0-0.0

TEAM 52-59 111-3.8 12 Total

29 687-1816 .378 166-554 .300 432-623 .693 466-689 1155-39.8 548-8 367 531 99 268 1972-68.0

Opponents

29 749-1735 .432 108-342 .316 469-661 .710 417-766 1183-40.8 498-12 408 539 134 268 2075-71.6

2012-13 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Nov. 9

Arizona (455)

L, 50-71

Jan. 3

Fresno State (417)

L, 68-77

Nov. 12

at Northern Arizona (317)

W, 68-71

Jan. 5

at Nevada (1009)

W, 83-80

Nov. 16

Sacramento State (383)

L, 72-79

Jan. 8

Texas-Pan American (455)

W, 85-62

Nov. 18

UC Riverside (217)

L, 63-75

Jan. 15

at Houston Baptist (203)

W, 88-75

Nov. 24

#Stephen F. Austin (108)

L, 71-76

Jan. 19

Utah Valley (270)

W, 67-65

Nov. 25

#at Cal Poly (342)

L, 71-75

Jan. 24

at Chicago State (193)

W, 70-51

Nov. 29

at Oregon State (2597)

L, 48-71

Jan. 30

Cal State Northridge (345)

W, 70-62

Dec. 7

California (262)

L, 48-71

Feb. 6

at Texas-Pan American (249)

W, 71-62

Dec. 9

at UC Irvine (180)

W, 71-64

Feb. 11

at New Orleans (304)

W, 78-59

Dec. 13

at Air Force (216)

L, 78-82 (OT)

Feb. 16

Chicago State (322)

W, 72-54

Dec. 16

at Colorado State (981)

L, 54-56

Feb. 23

at New Mexico State (759)

L, 81-87

Dec. 19

Santa Clara (245)

L, 56-77

Feb. 27

at Utah Valley (614)

L, 69-72

Dec. 21

&Duke (237)

L, 63-97

March 2

New Orleans (338)

W, 85-55

Dec. 22

&UC Davis (238)

L, 59-71

Dec. 28

UC Irvine (302)

L, 52-66

Dec. 31

at Pacific (316)

L, 60-102

# – Cal Poly Holiday Tourey (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) & – Women of Troy Classic (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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Year

RECENT RESULTS Record Conference

Post.

— — 2002-03 29-2 21-1 CCAA (1st) — 2003-04 23-6 18-4 CCAA (1st) — 2004-05 20-8 14-6 CCAA (4th) — 2005-06 24-5 16-4 CCAA (3rd) — 2006-07 23-6 — — 2007-08 12-17 — — 2008-09 19-10 — — 2009-10 16-13 — — 2010-11 22-12 — — 2011-12 7-22 — — 2012-13 12-17 — — 2000-01

21-7

17-5 CCAA (2nd)

2001-02

23-6

18-4 CCAA (2nd)


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CHICAGO STATE COUGARS

QUICK FACTS

COUGAR BITS

Location:...................................................... Chicago, Ill. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2013 Enrollment:............................................................ 6,107 Founded:.................................................................. 1867 Nickname:..........................................................Cougars Colors:.................................................Green and White President:....................................... Dr. Wayne Watson Athletics Director:........................Dan Schumacher Athletic Department:..................... (773) 995-2295 Ticket Office:....................................... (773) 995-2295 Website:.............................www.gocsucougars.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach........................................ Angela Jackson Basketball Office.............................. (773) 995-2289 School’s All-Time Record.... 227-589 (.278), 29 years 2012-13 Record.......................................... 4-26 (.133) 2012-13 GWC Record.................................. 2-6 (4th) Arena................. Jones Convocation Center (7,000) Arena Record..........................47-34 (.580), six years NCAA Appearances.....................................................0 NCAA Record..............................................................0-0 WNIT Appearances......................................................0 WNIT Record...............................................................0-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................5/6 Starters Returning/Lost........................................3/2

JONES CONVOCATION CENTER

n The

Cougars return three starters and five total letterwinners from last year’s team that went 4-26 on the year.

n Tierra Williams

was named Great West Conference Sixth Woman of the Year and second team All-GWC last season after finishing GWC play third in free throw percentage (77.3), fifth in threepoint percentage (36.4) and seventh in scoring (11.9).

n Paris Williams

was named to the All-GWC honorable mention team last season. In GWC play, she led the conference in free throw percentage (80.8). On Jan. 22 she was named GWC Player of the Week.

n Layne

Murphy was named to the All-GWC Newcomer Team last year after starting 25 games and finishing with 155 points and 157 rebounds.

n Head coach Angela Jackson is the Chicago State career wins leader with 120. The Old Domin-

ion graduate was an assistant at Michigan State and Michigan before taking over the program in 2003. Her career is highlighted by the Cougars’ 2011 GWC Championship and a run to the Women’s Basketball Invitational Final Four the same year.

n The 2013-14 Chicago State roster doesn’t feature a single senior. n Twins

Jakeisha and Jaliria Wells, along with Jasmine Wood, will redshirt in 2013-14. The Wells sisters attended Arkansas-Little Rock last season, while Wood played at Akron last year.

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Nov. 9 Indiana Tech 2 p.m. Nov. 13 at Northwestern 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Miami (Ohio) 2 p.m. at Omaha 7 p.m. Nov. 18 IUPUI 2 p.m. Nov. 23 Nov. 26 Purdue Calumet 7 p.m. Dec. 1 Western Michigan 2 p.m. Dec. 6 @vs. Valparaiso 4:30 p.m. @vs. Detroit 4:30 p.m. Dec. 7 Dec. 20 at Southern Illinois 6 p.m. Dec. 29 Wright State 2 p.m. Dec. 31 Loyola 2 p.m. Jan. 2 *Seattle U 7 p.m. *Idaho 2 p.m. Jan. 4 Jan. 8 Indiana U. Northwest 7 p.m. Jan. 11 *at Kansas City 2 p.m. *at New Mexico State 6 p.m. Jan. 16 Jan. 18 *at Texas-Pan American 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 23 *Bakersfield Jan. 25 *Utah Valley Jan. 30 *at Grand Canyon *Kansas City Feb. 8 *Texas-Pan American Feb. 13 Feb. 15 *New Mexico State Feb. 20 *at Utah Valley Feb. 22 *at Bakersfield *Grand Canyon March 1 March 6 *at Idaho March 8 *at Seattle U March 12-15 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) @ – Toledo Invite (Toledo, Ohio) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

COUGAR ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Wayne Watson President

Dr. Bernard RowanFaculty Representative

Dan Schumacher Athletics Director

Karen Schiferl Associate AD/SWA

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Warren Croxton SID

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


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CHICAGO STATE COACHING STAFF

ANGELA JACKSON Alma Mater: Old Dominion, ‘91 Overall Record: 126-196 (.391), 11 years School Record: 120-176 (.405), 10 years WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n The all-time program leader in wins, Angela Jackson is in her 11th year

at the helm of the Chicago State women’s basketball program. n Her 2010-11 team won the Great West Conference regular season

and tournament titles and reached the semifinals of the Women’s Basketball Invitational Tournament. n Jackson was the 2010-11 Great West Conference Coach of the Year

after leading Chicago State to a school-record 24 wins. n She has coached six of the top nine scorers in Cougar history, including

five 1,000-point scorers. n Jackson has had four players sign professional contracts overseas. n Her teams have averaged at least 10 steals per game every year since

the 2006-07 season. n Jackson’s teams have earned multi-year Academic Progress Rate scores

higher than the NCAA average in three of the past four years, including two single season 1,000 APR scores during that time. n She coached two of her assistants, Renada Blackburn and Loretta

Soria, during the 2003-04 season. n Jackson averaged 16.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists for the

1989-90 Old Dominion team that advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. COACHING RECORDS Year School 2000-01 Saginaw Valley 2003-04 Chicago State 2004-05 Chicago State 2005-06 Chicago State 2006-07 Chicago State 2007-08 Chicago State 2008-09 Chicago State 2009-10 Chicago State 2010-11 Chicago State 2011-12 Chicago State 2012-13 Chicago State

Overall 6-20 8-20 13-15 12-16 9-20 16-13 16-13 12-19 24-10 6-24 4-26

Conf. (Finish) Postseason 4-14 GLIAC (T-5th N) — 3-13 MCC (8th) — 8-8 MCC (5th) — 7-9 MCC (7th) — — — — — — — 6-5 GWC (3rd) — 11-1 GWC (1st) WBI 4-6 GWC (5th) — 2-6 GWC (4th) —

Overall Record 126-196 (.391)/11 years Saginaw Valley State Record 6-20 (.231)/one year Chicago State Record 120-176 (.405)/10 years

Renada Blackburn Chicago State, ‘06 8th Year 25 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES

Gloria Bradley Seton Hall, ‘84 1st Year

Loretta Soria Chicago State, ‘04 1st Year


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CHICAGO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

PARIS WILLIAMS

LAYNE MURPHY

TIERRA WILLIAMS

F, 6-2, So.

F, 6-0, Jr.

F, 5-7, Jr.

Played in 28 games with 25 starts last year as a freshman ... posted career highs of 14 points and 11 rebounds at NJIT on March 2 ... recorded a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds vs. Southern Illinois on Dec. 29 ... posted another double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds along with a team-high five steals vs. Indiana Northwest on Nov. 16 ... grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds to go along with two blocks and two steals vs. Akron on Jan. 3 ... had six rebounds, five steals and four blocks to lead team at Drake on Dec. 2 ... grabbed a team-high nine rebounds vs. Central Methodist on Nov. 26 ... had nine rebounds at Loyola Chicago on Dec. 22 ... pulled down a team-high eight rebounds and blocked two shots at Rice on Dec. 13.

Played in all 30 games with 20 starts last year as a sophomore, when she was named All-GWC honorable mention ... in GWC games only, led the league in free throw percentage (80.8) ... had a season-high 19 points and five steals vs. Houston Baptist on Jan. 26 ... led the team in rebounds (11) and tied for the team lead in points (15) vs. NJIT on Jan. 19 ... recorded a double-double of 10 points and 11 rebounds at UTPA on March 9 ... had a game-high 16 points and a teamhigh nine rebounds vs. Omaha on Jan. 17 ... as a freshman in 2011-12, averaged 8.5 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.2 steals ... had a career-high 22 points vs. Seattle U on Feb. 22, 2012.

Played in all 30 games last season with 11 starts ... named GWC Sixth Woman of the Year and second team All-GWC ... led team in scoring (9.9) and threepointers (48), and ranked second in steals (50) and assists (30) ... finished with 26 points, including eight three-pointers, to go along with six rebounds at UTPA on March 9 ... tallied 26 points vs. Utah Valley on Feb. 23 ... scored 25 points in the GWC Tournament vs. Houston Baptist on March 14 ... as a freshman in 201112, averaged 6.7 points and 2.0 rebounds per game ... had a season-high 15 points vs. Indiana Northwest on Feb. 1 ... was a 2011-12 CSU Cougar Scholar Athlete.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2012-13 28-25 155-5.5 157 18 43 Totals 28-25 155-5.5 157 18 43

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Career Statistics Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2011-12 30-7 201-6.7 61 31 43 2011-12 30-28 256-8.5 156 23 67 2012-13 30-11 296-9.9 81 30 50 2012-13 30-20 251-8.4 142 19 38 Totals 60-18 497-8.3 142 61 93 Totals 60-48 507-8.5 298 42 105

Name Pos. Ht. Tierra Williams G 5-7 Sarah Amalou G 5-6 Paris Williams F 6-0 Konner Harris G 5-9 Chanel Wilson-Stewart C 6-3 Cailin Nix G 5-9 Jasmine Sanders G 5-4 Layne Murphy F 6-2 Jessica Cerda G 5-10 Jasmine Wood F 6-1 Jaliria Wells F 6-2 Jakeisha Wells F 6-3 Tashuna Brown F 6-1

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

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

TEAM PROFILE

Hometown (Last School) Detroit, Mich. (Lathrup) Copenhagen, Denmark (Falkonergaardens Gymnasium) St. Louis, Mo. (Pattonville) Sidney, Ohio (Sidney) Hillside, Ill. (St. Joseph’s) Martinsville, Ind. (Martinsville) Country Club Hills, Ill. (Hillcrest) Country Club Hills, Ill. (Rich Central) Streamwood, Ill. (Streamwood) Lansing, Mich. (Akron) Chicago, Ill. (UALR) Chicago, Ill. (UALR) New York, N.Y. (ASA College)

CHICAGO STATE CAMPUS

Top Returnees Layne Murphy Paris Williams Chanel Wilson-Stewart Jasmine Sanders Tierra Williams

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 5.5 5.6 0.6 8.4 2.7 0.6 3.3 3.2 0.1 1.0 1.1 0.3 9.9 2.7 1.0

Key Losses Jasmine Collins Jackie Jones Nia-Tayler Clark Caneka Davis Jazzmyn Harvey April Watson

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 7.7 3.6 0.8 8.0 3.6 4.1 2.5 2.6 0.2 1.6 2.0 1.0 4.5 0.8 0.5 3.0 3.2 0.1

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director ............................................ Derrick Sloboda Women’s Basketball Contact ....Warren Croxton Address ........................................ 9501 S. King Drive Chicago, IL 60628 Croxton’s Cell Number .................(609) 922-3106 Croxton’s E-Mail .....ChicagoStateSportsInfo@gmail.com Fax Number ......................................(773) 995-3656 Press Row .......................................... (773) 821-2418

Media Outlets Chicago Sun Times: Office: (312) 321-2617............. Fax: (312) 645-9213 Chicago Tribune: Office: (312) 222-3478............. Fax: (312) 828-9392 Beverly Review: Office: (773) 238-3366............. Fax: (773) 238-1492 Chicago Defender: Office (312) 225-2400.............. Fax: (312) 633-5999

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CHICAGO STATE 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 4-26

Home: 4-10

Road: 0-16

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 30-11 844-28.1 96-344 .279 48-180 .267 56-78 .718 22-59 81-2.7 46-0 30 63 11 50 296-9.9 Williams, Tierra Williams, Paris 30-20 813-27.1 91-257 .354 8-33 .242 61-76 .803 59-83 142-4.7 54-1 19 82 2 38 251-8.4 Jones, Jackie 30-30 1009-33.6 83-292 .284 5-20 .250 70-104 .673 27-80 107-3.6 64-2 122 139 3 64 241-8.0 Collins, Jasmine 27-22 764-28.3 69-215 .321 1-7 .143 70-108 .648 37-54 91-3.4 49-0 22 75 3 25 209-7.7 Murphy, Layne 28-25 714-25.5 69-179 .385 1-12 .083 16-26 .615 42-115 157-5.6 63-1 18 67 34 43 155-5.5 30-20 560-18.7 36-71 .507 0-0 .000 27-43 .628 46-42 88-2.9 57-3 3 32 24 23 99-3.3 Wilson-Stewart, Chan Watson, April 17-5 243-14.3 20-54 .370 0-0 .000 11-23 .478 29-26 55-3.2 32-1 1 22 17 7 51-3.0 Harvey, Jazzmyn 11-6 232-21.1 17-73 .233 11-44 .250 4-10 .400 2-7 9-0.8 15-0 6 14 0 11 49-4.5 19-0 217-11.4 16-55 .291 0-1 .000 16-26 .615 20-29 49-2.6 38-1 4 28 0 15 48-2.5 Clark, Nia-Tayler Davis, Caneka 23-11 401-17.4 13-77 .169 1-8 .125 10-18 .556 16-30 46-2.0 22-0 24 37 0 18 37-1.6 Sanders, Jasmine 22-0 203-9.2 5-28 .179 0-5 .000 12-28 .429 4-21 25-1.1 19-0 7 21 0 6 22-1.0 TEAM 82-61 143-4.8 21 Total 30 515-1645 .313 75-310 .242 353-540 .654 386-607 993-33.1 459-9 256 601 94 300 1458-48.6 30 805-1824 .441 177-529 .335 351-516 .680 495-839 1334-44.5 446-0 526 558 121 326 2138-71.3 Opponents Great West Games: 2-6

Home: 2-2

Road: 0-4

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 Williams, Tierra 8-4 233-29.1 29-94 .309 20-55 .364 17-22 .773 7-26 33-4.1 18-0 6 19 5 12 95-11.9 8-8 268-33.5 31-82 .378 2-11 .182 21-26 .808 17-29 46-5.8 12-0 5 30 2 14 85-10.6 Williams, Paris Collins, Jasmine 8-7 255-31.9 26-69 .377 0-2 .000 19-28 .679 13-18 31-3.9 17-0 8 24 1 8 71-8.9 8-8 305-38.1 22-81 .272 0-2 .000 22-30 .733 9-21 30-3.8 21-0 43 34 1 19 66-8.3 Jones, Jackie Murphy, Layne 6-5 168-28.0 19-49 .388 0-4 .000 3-3 1.000 7-22 29-4.8 14-0 4 16 8 10 41-6.8 Wilson-Stewart, Chan 8-5 161-20.1 14-21 .667 0-0 .000 7-11 .636 13-12 25-3.1 19-2 1 7 10 5 35-4.4 Davis, Caneka 6-3 134-22.3 4-26 .154 1-6 .167 5-12 .417 6-12 18-3.0 9-0 7 7 0 6 14-2.3 57-11.4 1-10 .100 0-3 .000 4-10 .400 2-4 6-1.2 6-0 1 5 0 1 6-1.2 Sanders, Jasmine 5-0 Watson, April 1-0 12-12.0 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 2-2.0 2-0 0 0 0 0 2-2.0 Clark, Nia-Tayler 3-0 7-2.3 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1-0.3 1-0 0 1 0 1 0-0.0 Team 20-20 40-5.0 3 8 147-438 .336 23-83 .277 98-142 .690 96-165 261-32.6 119-2 75 146 27 76 415-51.9 Total Opponents 8 207-455 .455 57-128 .445 75-118 .636 105-216 321-40.1 115-0 142 155 23 79 546-68.2

2012-13 RESULTS

Date Nov. 9 Nov. 12 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 26 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 8 Dec. 13 Dec. 16 Dec. 18 Dec. 22 Dec. 29 Dec. 31 Jan. 3 Jan. 8 Jan. 12 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 9

Opponent (Attendance) Milwaukee (856) at Missouri (807) IU Northwest (423) at Hampton (1123) Central Methodist (317) at Drake (1939) at Northern Iowa (1023) at Western Michigan (820) at Rice (328) Miami (121) at Indiana State (2581) at Loyola Chicago (217) Southern Illinois (175) at Northwestern (516) Akron (218) at Western Illinois (510) *at Utah Valley (309) Omaha (196) *NJIT (389) Bakersfield (193) *Houston Baptist (218) Western Illinois (189) at IUPUI (233) *Texas-Pan American (418)

Result L, 58-82 L, 55-88 W, 67-44 L, 35-87 L, 48-50 L, 39-67 L, 41-81 L, 38-80 L, 42-68 L, 37-71 L, 35-69 L, 43-81 L, 66-69 L, 38-82 L, 45-86 L, 52-87 L, 38-71 L, 47-62 W, 58-57 L, 51-70 W, 73-62 W, 56-54

Date Feb. 16 Feb. 23 March 2 March 7 March 9 March 14

Opponent (Attendance) Result at Bakersfield (322) L, 54-72 *Utah Valley (279) L, 55-63 *at NJIT (650) L, 33-59 *at Houston Baptist (159) L, 57-92 *at Texas-Pan American (335) L, 61-71 #Houston Baptist (686) L, 66-77

* – GWC game # – GWC Tournament (Chicago, Ill.)

L, 30-65 L, 40-71 27 WACSports.com

RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference Post. 1984-85 8-19 — — 1985-86 18-13 — — 1986-87 12-15 — — 1987-88 1-24 — — 1988-89 3-22 — — 1989-90 2-26 — — 1990-91 6-22 — — 1991-92 5-23 — — 1992-93 9-18 — 1993-94 2-25 1-5 ECC 1994-95 0-26 0-18 Mid-Con (10th) — 1995-96 2-24 2-16 Mid-Con (9th) — 2-14 Mid-Con (8th) — 1996-97 3-24 1997-98 1-26 0-16 Mid-Con (9th) — 1-13 Mid-Con (8th) — 1998-99 1-26 1999-00 0-27 0-16 Mid-Con (9th) — 2000-01 10-19 7-9 Mid-Con (6th) — 2001-02 11-18 6-8 Mid-Con (T-4th) — 2002-03 13-16 8-6 Mid-Con (T-2nd) — 2003-04 8-20 3-13 Mid-Con (8th) — 2004-05 13-15 8-8 Mid-Con (5th) — 2005-06 12-16 7-9 Mid-Con (7th) — — 2006-07 9-20 — 2007-08 16-13 — — — 2008-09 16-13 — 2009-10 12-19 6-5 Great West (3rd) — 2010-11 24-10 11-1 Great West (1st) WBI 2011-12 6-24 4-6 Great West (5th) — 2012-13 4-26 2-6 Great West (4th) —


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GRAND CANYON ANTELOPES

ANTELOPE BITS

QUICK FACTS

Location:.................................................Phoenix, Ariz. Joined WAC:..............................................July 1, 2013 Enrollment:...........................................................8,500 Founded:.................................................................1949 Nickname:.................................................... Antelopes Colors:..................................Purple, Black and White President:............................................... Brian Mueller Athletics Director:..............................B. Keith Baker Athletic Department:....................(602) 639-6053 Website:..................................... www.gculopes.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach................................................... Trent May Basketball Office.............................. (602) 639-6036 School’s All-Time Record.... 317-371 (.461), 25 years 2012-13 Record.......................................... 23-9 (.719) 2012-13 PWC Record.................................14-4 (3rd) Arena............................Grand Canyon Arena (5,000) Arena Record.........................25-4 (.862), two years NCAA Appearances.... 6 (1997, ‘04, ‘09, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) NCAA Record..................................................4-6 (.400) WNIT Appearances......................................................0 WNIT Record...................................................0-0 (.000) Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................7/7 Starters Returning/Lost........................................3/2

CONVOCATION CENTER

n Under

head coach Trent May, Grand Canyon made the NCAA Division II postseason in four of the last five seasons, including a Sweet 16 berth in 2011.

n Judy Jones was named to the 2012-13 Daktronics Women’s Basketball All-America third team

and was the Pacific West Conference Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. She averaged 16.2 points and 10.3 rebounds last season and led the club with 88 steals.

n Johnna Brown and Courtney Hayes are new to Grand Canyon, but not new to teammate Deanna

Daniels. The trio won a state championship together at Las Vegas Centennial High School.

n Senior center Asha McDonnell led the Antelopes last season in field goal percentage (.565) and

blocked shots (36).

n Grand

Canyon will have one of its most veteran teams, as eight of 14 players are seniors. The team also has two juniors.

n The Antelopes’ initial WAC game at GCU Arena is Jan. 9 against Bakersfield. The program’s first-

ever WAC contest is Jan. 2 at Texas-Pan American.

n Grand Canyon is in its first season at the NCAA Division I level, but six of its players have played

at this level before. Division I transfers include Justine Johnson (Weber State), Erica Paskell (UT Arlington), Courtney Hayes (Louisiana Tech), Kaitlyn Petersen (Cal State Northridge/Gonzaga), Jasmine Grayson (Cal State Fullerton) and Judy Jones (UTSA).

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Nov. 9 Western State 2 p.m. Nov. 19 Western New Mexico 7 p.m. Nov. 23 !Bethune-Cookman 11 a.m. Nov. 24 !Abilene Christian 5 p.m. Nov. 26 !at North Texas 5 p.m. Nov. 29 @Mississippi State TBA Nov. 30 @TBD TBD Dec. 1 @TBD TBD Dec. 10 at Nevada 11 a.m. Dec. 13 #at Louisiana Monroe 7 p.m. Dec. 14 #East Carolina/Alcorn State TBA Dec. 23 Hawai‘i 1 p.m. Dec. 28 LIU Brooklyn 2 p.m. Jan. 2 *at Texas-Pan American 7 p.m. Jan. 4 *at New Mexico State 6 p.m. Jan. 9 *Bakersfield 7 p.m. Jan. 11 *Utah Valley 2 p.m. *at Idaho 6 p.m. Jan. 23

Date Opponent Jan. 25 *at Seattle U Jan. 30 *Chicago State Feb. 1 *Kansas City Feb. 6 *at Utah Valley Feb. 8 *at Bakersfield Feb. 20 *Seattle U Feb. 22 *Idaho Feb. 27 *at Kansas City March 1 *at Chicago State March 6 *New Mexico State March 8 *Texas-Pan American

! – North Texas Tournament (Denton, Texas) @ – Gulf Coast Showcase (Estero, Fla.) # – Warhawk Classic (Monroe, La.) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

ANTELOPE ADMINISTRATION

Brian Mueller President

Claude Pensis Faculty Representative

B. Keith Baker Athletics Director

Ruth Ann Gardner Assistant AD/SWA

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

Steve Heath SID


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GRAND CANYON COACHING STAFF

TRENT MAY Alma Mater: Southern Nazarene, ‘95 Overall Record: 246-112 (.687), 12 years School Record: 130-46 (.738), six years WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n The all-time winningest coach in program history, Trent May is in his

seventh year at the helm and has a 130-46 all-time record.

n He has led two programs to single-season records for victories – 30

in 2003 at Bethany (Kan.) and 29 in 2011 at Grand Canyon.

n May was named Pacific West Conference Coach of the Year four times

and led the Antelopes to four Pacific West Conference titles.

n He led the program to three straight postseason appearances, includ-

ing a Sweet 16 appearance in 2011.

n May has coached two All-Americans at GCU, including current stand-

out Judy Jones and 2011 NCAA Division II Player of the Year Samantha Murphy.

n While in the PacWest, his teams were 81-17 (.826). n In his lone season as a GCU assistant coach, May was part of staff that

went 23-4 and 15-0 in PacWest play.

n Prior to GCU, May spent six seasons at Bethany (Kan.), where he had a

116-66 record and led the program to two NAIA Tournament appearances and one Sweet 16 berth.

n May was the Kansas Four-Year College Coach of the Year in 2003 and

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year twice.

n He spent four seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Southern

Nazarene (Okla.), where he was part of four NAIA Final Four appearances, two championship games and one national title.

COACHING RECORDS Year School 2000-01 Bethany 2001-02 Bethany 2002-03 Bethany 2003-04 Bethany 2004-05 Bethany 2005-06 Bethany 2007-08 Grand Canyon 2008-09 Grand Canyon 2009-10 Grand Canyon 2010-11 Grand Canyon 2011-12 Grand Canyon 2012-13 Grand Canyon Overall Record GCU Record Bethany Record

Overall 21-9 26-5 30-3 15-14 6-23 18-12 19-10 16-12 19-8 29-3 24-4 23-9

Conf. (Finish) 14-4 KCAC (4th) 16-2 KCAC (2nd) 18-0 KCAC (1st) 10-8 KCAC (5th) 2-16 KCAC (9th) 14-4 KCAC (2nd) 15-3 PWC (1st) 9-3 PWC (1st) 13-3 PWC (2nd) 15-1 PWC (1st) 15-3 PWC (1st) 14-4 PWC (3rd)

246-112 (.687), 12 years 130-46 (.738), six years 116-66 (.637), six years

Postseason — NAIA NAIA — — — — NCAA — NCAA NCAA NCAA

ASSISTANT COACHES

Cory Cole Oklahoma Christian, ‘95 5th Year 29 WACSports.com

Erin Scholz Colorado, ‘99 1st Year

Milee Karre Grand Canyon, ‘09 3rd Year


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GRAND CANYON TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

JUSTINE JOHNSON

DEANNA DANIELS

JUDY JONES

F, 5-10, Sr.

G, 5-6, Sr.

G/F, 5-9, Sr.

Averaged 7.0 points and 5.0 rebounds and led the team in scoring three times last year ... named to 201213 PacWest All-Academic Team ... played in two games in 2011-12 before suffering a season-ending injury ... was an All-American at Pima Community College in 2010-11, averaging 18.5 points, 13.9 rebounds and 3.2 steals ... led team to the NJCAA national championship game and was named tournament MVP ... also named Region 1 Player of the Year ... named 2009-10 PacWest Freshman of the Year at Dixie State College.

Started 27 of 32 games last year in her first season at GCU ... ranked second on the team in steals (63) and three-pointers (24), and third in minutes played (28.6) ... averaged 5.4 points and 2.5 assists per game ... transferred to GCU from Weber State, where she appeared in 20 games, making 18 starts, as a sophomore ... led the team in steals (55) and ranked second in assists (65) ... averaged 7.5 points and 3.1 rebounds per game ... saw action in 27 of the team’s 28 games as a freshman, averaging 26.3 minutes ... averaged 5.4 points, 3.8 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 1.3 steals per game.

Daktronics third team All-American and first team All-West Region selection last year after averaging 16.2 points and 10.3 rebounds per game and ranking fifth in the nation with 20 double-doubles ... 2012-13 PacWest Player of the Year, Newcomer of the Year and Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... selected to West Region All-Tournament Team ... led team with 88 steals ... had season-high 34 points to go with 10 rebounds vs. Fresno Pacific on Dec. 15 ... transferred to GCU from UTSA, where she was named honorable mention AllSouthland Conference in 2011-12 after averaging 10.1 points and a team-best 7.0 rebounds per game.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2012-13 31-17 216-7.0 154 38 36 2011-12 2-2 6-3.0 5 2 3 2010-11* 35-35 648-18.5 488 64 112 2009-10** 25-16 293-11.7 175 37 62 Totals 93-70 1163-12.5 822 141 213

*stats from Weber State

*stats from Pima Community College **stats from Dixie State College

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No. 2 10 11 12 15 20 22 23 24 32 40 44 45 50

Name Justine Johnson August Touchard Madison Craig Erica Paskell Courtney Hayes Kaitlyn Petersen Jasmine Grayson Judy Jones Astrea Reed Johnna Brown Tori Morris Jenna Pearson Deanna Daniels Asha McDonnell

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2012-13 32-27 174-5.4 98 79 63 2011-12* 20-17 150-7.5 62 65 55 2010-11* 27-18 145-5.4 80 103 35 Totals 79-62 469-5.9 240 247 153

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

Ht. Yr. Exp. Hometown (Last School) 5-6 Sr. 1L Mesa, Ariz. (Weber State) 5-6 Fr. HS Newport Beach, Calif. (JSerra Catholic) 5-8 So. TR Pleasanton, Calif. (Ohlone College) 5-10 Sr. 2L Grapevine, Tex. (UT Arlington) 5-6 Jr. TR Las Vegas, Nev. (Louisiana Tech) 5-7 Jr. TR Mission Viejo, Calif. (Cal State Northridge) 6-2 Sr. 1L Los Angeles, Calif. (Cal State Fullerton) 5-9 Sr. 1L Monroe, La. (UTSA) 5-8 Fr. HS Albuquerque, N.M. (Sandia) 6-0 Sr. TR Las Vegas, Nev. (Dixie State) 6-2 Fr. HS Herndon, Va. (Bishop O’Connell) 6-0 Sr. 3L Gilbert, Ariz. (Gilbert Christian) 5-10 Sr. 1L Las Vegas, Nev. (Pima CC) 6-4 Sr. 1L San Diego, Calif. (Salt Lake CC)

TEAM PROFILE

GRAND CANYON CAMPUS

Top Returnees Deanna Daniels Jasmine Grayson Justine Johnson Judy Jones Asha McDonnell Erica Paskell Jenna Pearson

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 7.0 5.0 1.2 2.1 1.9 0.4 5.4 3.1 2.5 16.2 10.3 2.3 4.1 4.0 0.4 3.6 1.0 0.6 3.8 3.3 0.7

Key Losses Jasmine Cannon Petrolina Chilaka Chigozie Ekweozor Briana Martinez Maylinn Smith Kim Young

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 6.4 2.7 2.6 1.0 0.4 0.3 8.0 5.5 0.5 1.5 0.5 0.2 11.6 3.2 2.5 1.2 1.6 0.2

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2012-13 32-31 517-16.2 328 72 88 2011-12* 29-17 294-10.1 202 52 53 2009-10* 28-12 298-10.6 190 58 42 Totals 89-60 1109-12.5 720 182 183 *stats from UTSA

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director .................................................. Mike McNally Women’s Basketball Contact ..........Steve Heath Address ......................3300 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017 Office Number .................................(602) 639-6514 Heath’s Cell Number .....................(602) 403-4732 Heath’s E-Mail ................. Steven.Heath@gcu.edu Fax Number ......................................(480) 270-3672

Media Outlets The Arizona Republic: Office: (602) 444-8641............ FAX: (602) 444-8686 KTVK Channel 3:..............................(602) 207-3333 KPHO Channel 5:.............................(602) 650-0711 KSAZ Fox 10:......................................(602) 257-1234 KPNX Channel 12:...........................(602) 444-8000 KNXV Channel 15:...........................(602) 273-1500

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GRAND CANYON 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 23-9

Home: 13-1

Road: 7-3   Neutral: 3-5

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 Jones, Judy 32-31 954-29.8 193-370 .522 3-11 .273 128-219 .584 128-200 328-10.3 98-6 72 102 23 88 517-16.2 Smith, Maylinn 32-32 963-30.1 138-384 .359 46-152 .303 50-57 .877 18-83 101-3.2 64-2 81 78 6 46 372-11.6 Ekweozor, Chigozie 31-30 681-22.0 101-199 .508 1-2 .500 45-59 .763 71-99 170-5.5 56-0 17 41 26 18 248-8.0 0-1 .000 62-86 .721 78-76 154-5.0 33-0 38 47 12 36 216-7.0 Daniels, Deanna 31-17 633-20.4 77-182 .423 Cannon, Jasmine 32-16 735-23.0 61-197 .310 6-32 .188 78-112 .696 24-62 86-2.7 45-0 84 93 3 42 206-6.4 Johnson, Justine 32-27 914-28.6 63-157 .401 24-81 .296 24-31 .774 23-75 98-3.1 60-1 79 57 3 63 174-5.4 McDonnell, Asha 31-6 329-10.6 61-108 .565 0-0 .000 5-8 .625 55-70 125-4.0 40-0 11 38 36 7 127-4.1 Pearson, Jenna 32-1 527-16.5 47-151 .311 11-36 .306 17-25 .680 39-65 104-3.3 45-0 23 45 4 22 122-3.8 Paskell, Erica 30-0 323-10.8 38-136 .279 23-96 .240 8-11 .727 6-24 30-1.0 14-0 18 21 0 16 107-3.6 Grayson, Jasmine 29-0 268-9.2 26-60 .433 0-0 .000 10-17 .588 25-31 56-1.9 20-0 12 31 4 6 62-2.1 Martinez, Briana 15-0 66-4.4 9-21 .429 4-11 .364 0-0 .000 1-7 8-0.5 4-0 3 6 3 2 22-1.5 Young, Kim 9-0 27-3.0 5-9 .556 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 8-6 14-1.6 4-0 2 7 1 1 11-1.2 Chilaka, Petrolina 21-0 102-4.9 7-28 .250 1-3 .333 6-10 .600 2-6 8-0.4 11-0 7 13 0 6 21-1.0 3-0 3-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0.0 Hagni, Tori TEAM 70-93 163-5.1 3 Total 32 826-2002 .413 119-425 .280 434-637 .681 548-897 1445-45.2 494-9 447 582 121 353 2205-68.9 Opponents 32 635-1761 .361 167-534 .313 322-512 .629 320-722 1042-32.6 521-0 369 639 103 275 1759-55.0 PWC Games: 14-4

Home: 8-1

Road: 6-3

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 Jones, Judy 18-18 534-29.7 111-207 .536 1-4 .250 75-128 .586 70-120 190-10.6 58-5 42 62 14 64 298-16.6 Smith, Maylinn 18-18 540-30.0 82-221 .371 27-81 .333 24-26 .923 10-51 61-3.4 33-1 51 47 5 26 215-11.9 Ekweozor, Chigozie 17-16 392-23.1 63-122 .516 0-1 .000 33-40 .825 40-51 91-5.4 31-0 9 20 16 11 159-9.4 Daniels, Deanna 17-14 382-22.5 42-106 .396 0-1 .000 34-47 .723 47-45 92-5.4 13-0 27 32 5 21 118-6.9 Cannon, Jasmine 18-5 374-20.8 28-93 .301 1-14 .071 47-65 .723 12-32 44-2.4 27-0 44 54 3 24 104-5.8 Johnson, Justine 18-17 534-29.7 31-87 .356 15-47 .319 11-16 .688 13-38 51-2.8 33-0 51 32 2 33 88-4.9 Pearson, Jenna 18-0 298-16.6 33-98 .337 9-22 .409 13-19 .684 22-39 61-3.4 27-0 13 31 1 17 88-4.9 McDonnell, Asha 18-2 190-10.6 37-58 .638 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 29-47 76-4.2 19-0 4 22 21 3 74-4.1 Paskell, Erica 16-0 166-10.4 19-68 .279 12-47 .255 4-5 .800 4-15 19-1.2 6-0 8 11 0 8 54-3.4 Grayson, Jasmine 17-0 164-9.6 14-37 .378 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 12-24 36-2.1 12-0 11 15 3 4 31-1.8 Young, Kim 5-0 14-2.8 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-3 7-1.4 1-0 1 2 1 0 8-1.6 Martinez, Briana 8-0 29-3.6 4-10 .400 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 0-3 3-0.4 2-0 2 2 1 0 9-1.1 Chilaka, Petrolina 11-0 57-5.2 2-13 .154 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 2-2 4-0.4 6-0 6 6 0 3 6-0.5 Hagni, Tori 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 47-52 99-5.5 2 Total 18 470-1126 .417 66-223 .296 246-359 .685 312-522 834-46.3 268-6 269 338 72 214 1252-69.6 Opponents 18 337-987 .341 83-283 .293 172-292 .589 184-390 574-31.9 292-0 195 374 74 164 929-51.6

2012-13 RESULTS

Date Nov. 9

Opponent (Attendance) !Simon Fraser (400)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

L, 60-69

Jan. 26

*California Baptist (654)

W, 65-52

W, 64-62

Feb. 2

*Dixie State (582)

W, 68-58

L, 55-83

Feb. 9

*at Holy Names (70)

W, 70-47

Nov. 16 @Eastern New Mexico (678) W, 73-35

Feb. 11

*at Notre Dame de Namur (110) W, 73-28

Nov. 17 @Humboldt State (591)

Nov. 10 !UC San Diego (400) Nov. 11 !Ashland (400)

W, 72-56

Feb. 14

*at Academy of Art (60) L, 55-63 (OT)

Nov. 23 #Western New Mexico (596) W, 72-42

Feb. 16

*at Dominican (84)

Nov. 24 #Fort Lewis (544)

W, 68-62

Feb. 23

*Hawai’i Pacific (452)

Dec. 3

*Hawai’i Hilo (725)

W, 71-47

Feb. 26

*BYU-Hawai’i (401)

Dec. 5

*Chaminade (611)

W, 90-48

March 2 *at Azusa Pacific (344)

W, 51-38 L, 63-64 W, 90-40 L, 57-63

Dec. 10 at Cal State Stanislaus (110) W, 82-64

March 8 %Academy of Art (613) L, 58-60 (OT)

Dec. 15 *Fresno Pacific (312)

W, 97-59

March 16 ^UC San Diego (162)

W, 68-57

Dec. 18 $Wisconsin-Parkside (125)

W, 68-54

March 18 ^Simon Fraser (175)

L, 59-76

Dec. 19

$Western Washington (190) L, 68-72 (OT)

Dec. 30 Northern New Mexico (182) W, 86-38

! – Disney Classic (Anaheim, Calif.)

Jan. 2

*at California Baptist (215)

@ – GCU Tip-Off Classic (Phoenix, Ariz.)

Jan. 5

*at Point Loma (156)

W, 63-49

Jan. 10

*at Dixie State (525)

W, 73-71 (2OT)

Jan. 12

*at Fresno Pacific (194)

W, 75-59

* – Pacific West Conference game

Jan. 19

*Point Loma (337)

W, 68-45

% – Pac West Tournament (Los Angeles)

Jan. 21

*Azusa Pacific (417)

W, 70-43

^ – NCAA II West Regional (Bellingham, Wash.)

L, 53-55

# – GCU Thanksgiving Classic (Phoenix, Ariz.) $ – South Point Holiday Hoops Classic (Las Vegas)

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Year Record Conference Post. 1988-89 19-8 — NAIA Districts 1989-90 6-22 — — 1990-91 9-18 0-6 CDC — 1991-92 7-22 1-9 CDC — 1992-93 7-20 3-7 PWC — 1993-94 15-11 3-7 PWC — 4-6 CCAA — 1994-95 10-16 1995-96 9-16 2-8 CCAA — 1996-97 15-11 7-3 CCAA NCAA Regional 1997-98 1-24 1-9 CCAA — 1998-99 9-21 7-13 CCAA — 6-14 CCAA — 1999-00 9-18 2000-01 4-23 3-19 CCAA — 2001-02 5-22 3-19 CCAA — 2002-03 8-19 5-17 CCAA — 2003-04 16-12 13-8 CCAA NCAA Regional — 2004-05 11-16 — 2005-06 4-22 — — 2006-07 23-4 15-0 PWC — 2007-08 19-10 15-3 PWC — 2008-09 16-12 9-3 PWC NCAA Regional 2009-10 19-8 14-2 PWC — 2010-11 29-3 15-1 PWC NCAA Sweet 16 2011-12 24-4 15-3 PWC NCAA Region Semis 2012-13 23-9 14-4 PWC NCAA Region Semis


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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 Website:.................................... www.govandals.com

n Idaho

won the 2013 WAC Tournament as the No. 3 seed, knocking off No. 2 Utah State and top-seeded Seattle U along the way to earn a trip to the NCAA Tournament, where it fell to top-seeded UConn in Connecticut.

n The Vandals finished 17-16 overall last season and 11-7 to finish third in the WAC regular-season

standings. n Idaho

was 10th in the NCAA last season in three-point field goals per game. In 33 games, the Vandals made 266 shots from beyond the arc, averaging 8.1 per game.

BASKETBALL FACTS

n The Vandals led the conference in rebounding in 2012-13. Idaho averaged 41.8 rebounds per

Head Coach...............................................Jon Newlee Basketball Office.............................(208) 885-2862

n Idaho lost only three players to graduation, returning top contributors Alyssa Charlston, Addie

School’s All-Time Record....535-544 (.496), 39 years School’s All-Time WAC Record....53-75 (.414), 8 years Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles............ 0 Number of WAC Tournament Titles......1 (2013)

n As a freshman last season, Christina Salvatore was second in the WAC with 2.6 three-pointers

2012-13 Record...................................... 17-16 (.515) 2012-13 WAC Record................................11-7 (3rd) Arena..................................Cowan Spectrum (5,000) Arena Record.........................69-56 (.556), 10 years NCAA Appearances..........................2 (1985, 2013) NCAA Record................................................ 0-2 (.000) WNIT Appearances.......................................1 (1986) WNIT Record...............................................3-0 (1.000) Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................... 8/5 Starters Returning/Lost...................................... 5/0

COWAN SPECTRUM

game, totaling 1379 boards throughout the season.

Schivo and 2013 WAC Tournament MVP Stacey Barr.

per game. Teammate Stacey Barr was sixth with 1.8. n Ali Forde placed second in the WAC last year with 1.8 blocked shots per game. Forde poses a

threat on the court in basketball as well as being an outside hitter on the women’s volleyball team.

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Nov. 8 ^at Gonzaga 6 p.m. Nov. 23 UC Irvine 2 p.m. Nov. 26 at San Diego 6 p.m. !at Nevada 5 p.m. Nov. 29 !vs. California/Wake Forest TBD Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Carroll College 6 p.m. Dec. 6 @at Montana 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 @vs. Appalachian St./UC Irvine TBD Dec. 11 Lewis-Clark State College 6 p.m. Dec. 14 at Eastern Washington 2 p.m. Dec. 21 Wyoming noon Dec. 28 at Texas 2 p.m. Jan. 2 *at Kansas City 7 p.m. *at Chicago State 2 p.m. Jan. 4 Jan. 9 *Texas-Pan American 6 p.m. Jan. 11 *New Mexico State 2 p.m. Jan. 16 *at Utah Valley 7 p.m. *at Bakersfield 3 p.m. Jan. 18

Date Opponent Time Jan. 23 *Grand Canyon 6 p.m. Feb. 1 *at Seattle U 2 p.m. Feb. 6 *at New Mexico State 6 p.m. *at Texas-Pan American 7 p.m. Feb. 8 *Bakersfield 6 p.m. Feb. 13 Feb. 15 *Utah Valley 2 p.m. Feb. 22 *at Grand Canyon 2 p.m. March 1 *Seattle U 2 p.m. *Chicago State 6 p.m. March 6 March 8 *Kansas City 2 p.m. March 12-15 WAC Tournament TBD (Las Vegas, Nev.) ^ – Preseason WNIT ! – Nugget Classic (Reno, Nev.) @ – Lady Griz Classic (Missoula, Mont.) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

VANDAL ADMINISTRATION

Don Burnett Interim President

Mario Reyes Faculty Representative

Dr. Rob Spear Athletics Director

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Jessica Atkins SWA

Seth Pringle SID


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IDAHO COACHING STAFF

JON NEWLEE Alma Mater: San Diego State, ‘82 Overall Record: 195-200 (.494), 14 years School Record: 68-87 (.439), five years WAC Record: 42-38 (.525), five years

HEAD COACH FILE n Jon Newlee enters his sixth season at Idaho and holds a 68-87 overall record and a 42-38 mark in WAC play. n He is in his 30th season as a collegiate coach and 15th as a head coach. n Newlee has led Idaho to the WAC Tournament semifinals in three of the last four seasons, including winning the 2013 WAC Tournament. n He was the 2008-09 WAC Coach of the Year. It was his third honor, as he earned the nod twice in the Big Sky at Idaho State. n Newlee has a 3-4 overall record in the WAC Tournament. n He led Idaho to its first postseason NCAA Tournament appearance since 1985. n Newlee has 26 more wins (68) in his five years at Idaho than the team had in the five years before he arrived (42). n At Idaho, he has coached third team Academic All-American, twotime first team All-WAC honoree and 2013 WAC all-tournament team honoree Alyssa Charlston, 2013 WAC Tournament MVP Stacey Barr, honorable mention All-American Yinka Olorunnife and WAC Newcomer of the Year Derisa Taleni. n Newlee has a total of five postseason appearances – three in the WNIT at Idaho State, and one each in the WBI and NCAA at Idaho. n He has an eight-year-old daughter, Bailey. 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) 17-13 11-3 (1st) 2005-06 Idaho State 2006-07 Idaho State 17-14 11-5 (1st) 2007-08 Idaho State 20-10 11-2 (2nd) 13-15 10-6 (T-3rd) 2008-09 Idaho 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) 2012-13 Idaho 17-16 11-7 (3rd) Overall Record Idaho State Record Idaho Record WAC Record

195-200 (.494)/14 years 93-82 (.531)/six years 68-87 (.439)/five years 42-38 (.525)/five years

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

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Christa Sanford Idaho State ‘04 6th Year

Kristi Zeller Toledo ‘09 3rd Year


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IDAHO TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Alyssa Charlston

STACEY BARR

CHRISTINA SALVATORE

G, 5-8, Jr.

P, 6-1, Sr.

G, 5-11, So.

Ranked second on the team in scoring (10.9) and third in rebounding (5.3) last season ... named MVP of the WAC Tournament after averaging 19.6 points and 7.7 rebounds, including a career-high 26 points in the semifinals vs. Utah State ... scored 23 points, including six three-pointers, against Utah State on Jan. 5 ... the six treys tied for second-most in program history ... scored in double figures 16 times and had 20 or more points on four occasions ... as a freshman in 201112, ranked second on the team in scoring (10.3) and fourth in rebounding (4.1) ... scored in double figures 19 times and scored 20 or more points four times ... her 60 three-pointers on the season rank fifth in Idaho history, while her 113 career treys rank eighth.

Named first team All-WAC last season after leading Idaho in scoring (13.4) and field goal percentage (45.3) ... collected WAC Player of the Week and WAC all-tournament team honors ... scored in double figures 25 times and had 20 or more points on five occasions ... as a sophomore, named first team All-WAC after averaging team bests of 14.5 points and 8.8 rebounds and was a third team Academic All-American ... had 11 double-doubles ... scored a career-high 30 points against Southern Miss on Dec. 30, 2011... played in all 31 games as a freshman, averaging 6.2 points and 3.8 rebounds ... ranks ninth in school history with 627 rebounds and 80 blocked shots.

Broke Idaho’s single-season three-pointers made record with 87 as a freshman ... set the WAC record for three-point attempts in a WAC season (160) and ranks fourth in three-pointers made in a WAC season (54) ... ranked third on the team in scoring (10.2) and also added 4.9 rebounds ... led the WAC in conference games with 3.0 made three-pointers per game, and her 2.64 treys per game for the season ranked second in the league and 31st in the nation ... scored in double figures 20 times and scored 20 or more points twice ... scored a career-high 22 points at San Jose State on Feb. 2 ... made six three-pointers in a game on two occasions, tying for second-most in a game in program history ... played in all 33 games and made 29 starts ... also averaged 1.2 assists per game.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 31-6 193-6.2 117 27 24 2011-12 31-4 319-10.3 124 33 20 2011-12 32-31 464-14.5 283 32 29 2012-13 31-22 339-10.9 164 54 21 2012-13 33-32 443-13.4 227 39 19 98 72 Totals 62-26 658-10.6 288 87 41 Totals 96-69 1100-11.5 627

No. 1 2 4 10 12 13 14 20 22 32 33 35

2013-14 ROSTER

Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Christina Salvatore G 5-11 So. Karlee Wilson PG 5-4 Fr. Brooke Reilly P 6-1 Fr. Stacey Barr G 5-8 Jr. Nejra Solo P 6-5 Fr. Ali Forde P 6-2 So. Maren Austgulen P 6-0 Jr. Addie Schivo G 5-6 Sr. Janelle Chow G 5-8 Sr. Agueda Trujillo Fernandez G 6-0 Fr. Alyssa Charlston P 6-1 Sr. Connie Ballestero G 5-9 So.

TEAM PROFILE

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

Hometown (Last School) Anaheim, Calif. (Canyon) Lewiston, Idaho (Lewiston) Spokane, Wash. (Mount Spokane) Melbourne, Australia (Maribyrnong) Zenica, Bosnia (PRVA Gimnazija Zenica) Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville) Bergen, Norway (Pinewood Prep.) San Francisco, Calif. (Foothill JC) Mercer Island, Wash. (Mercer Island) Manacor, Spain (IES CTEIB) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake) Orange, Calif. (Villa Park)

IDAHO CAMPUS

Top Returnees Maren Austgulen Connie Ballestero Stacey Barr Alyssa Charlston Ali Forde Christina Salvatore Addie Schivo

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 1.7 1.3 0.2 7.4 3.7 3.3 10.9 5.3 1.7 13.4 6.9 1.2 6.5 7.3 1.3 10.2 4.9 1.2 4.3 1.5 0.7

Key Losses Jessica Graham Krissy Karr Ana Overgaard Ashley Walters Janelle Weiss

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 6.3 4.3 0.6 4.7 2.8 2.7 0.5 0.5 0.1 0.8 1.6 0.2 1.4 0.3 0.0

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2012-13 33-29 338-10.2 163 41 30 Totals 33-29 338-10.2 163 41 30

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director ...................................................... Becky Paull Women’s Basketball Contact .........Seth Pringle Address ................................. P.O. Box 442302-1025 Moscow, ID 83844 Office Number .................................(208) 885-7065 Pringle’s Cell Number ..................(303) 903-7718 Pringle’s E-Mail .................. springle@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 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 17-16

Home: 7-5

Road: 7-10

Neutral: 3-1

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 Charlston, Alyssa 33-32 1006-30.5 173-382 .453 28-61 .459 69-103 .670 58-169 227-6.9 67-3 39 77 32 19 443-13.4 Barr, Stacey 31-22 771-24.9 111-306 .363 55-177 .311 62-77 .805 46-118 164-5.3 76-3 54 74 6 21 339-10.9 21-30 .700 39-124 163-4.9 47-0 41 60 15 30 338-10.2 Salvatore, Christina 33-29 812-24.6 115-382 .301 87-270 .322 Ballestero, Connie 33-32 1047-31.7 101-279 .362 36-103 .350 5-13 .385 21-100 121-3.7 46-0 108 65 5 19 243-7.4 Forde, Ali 33-23 767-23.2 77-178 .433 0-0 .000 59-115 .513 103-138 241-7.3 92-3 42 74 61 39 213-6.5 32-10 645-20.2 79-175 .451 12-38 .316 30-44 .682 48-90 138-4.3 66-0 18 58 19 15 200-6.3 Graham, Jessica Karr, Krissy 33-14 784-23.8 49-164 .299 23-86 .267 35-45 .778 6-86 92-2.8 32-0 89 91 1 16 156-4.7 Schivo, Addie 33-2 449-13.6 34-89 .382 21-60 .350 54-66 .818 22-28 50-1.5 30-0 24 20 5 4 143-4.3 Austgulen, Maren 19-0 119-6.3 12-28 .429 1-5 .200 7-9 .778 11-13 24-1.3 8-0 4 4 1 3 32-1.7 Weiss, Janelle 17-0 113-6.6 6-23 .261 3-15 .200 8-11 .727 1-4 5-0.3 12-0 17 11 0 1 23-1.4 5-0 48-9.6 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-6 8-1.6 5-0 1 6 4 2 4-0.8 Walters, Ashley Overgaard, Ana 10-1 31-3.1 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 4-1 5-0.5 5-0 1 3 0 0 5-0.5 Chow, Janelle 5-0 8-1.6 0-5 .000 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-0.2 0-0 0 1 0 2 0-0.0 TEAM 67-73 140-4.2 8 Total 33 761-2024 .376 266-819 .325 351-515 .682 428-951 1379-41.8 486-9 438 552 149 171 2139-64.8 Opponents 33 831-2167 .383 173-576 .300 371-533 .696 468-916 1384-41.9 510-0 428 442 108 312 2206-66.8 WAC Games: 11-7

Home: 6-3

Road: 5-4

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 18-17 556-30.9 101-219 .461 16-32 .500 27-41 .659 27-104 131-7.3 37-2 26 45 22 13 245-13.6 13-19 .684 24-81 105-5.8 24-0 30 35 11 16 211-11.7 Salvatore, Christina 18-18 478-26.6 72-227 .317 54-160 .338 Barr, Stacey 16-14 405-25.3 56-150 .373 29-90 .322 34-42 .810 22-70 92-5.8 39-2 38 36 2 8 175-10.9 Ballestero, Connie 18-18 598-33.2 58-154 .377 21-55 .382 1-4 .250 14-63 77-4.3 28-0 79 40 4 14 138-7.7 Forde, Ali 18-16 409-22.7 50-102 .490 0-0 .000 27-62 .435 62-76 138-7.7 51-1 20 47 36 19 127-7.1 Graham, Jessica 18-2 391-21.7 49-111 .441 7-26 .269 22-31 .710 30-43 73-4.1 36-0 13 36 15 9 127-7.1 Schivo, Addie 18-1 299-16.6 19-56 .339 11-36 .306 39-46 .848 17-21 38-2.1 21-0 16 12 3 3 88-4.9 Karr, Krissy 18-3 373-20.7 25-76 .329 13-40 .325 16-21 .762 2-46 48-2.7 17-0 45 44 1 5 79-4.4 Austgulen, Maren 11-0 61-5.5 8-11 .727 0-1 .000 3-5 .600 5-6 11-1.0 3-0 1 1 0 0 19-1.7 Overgaard, Ana 5-1 12-2.4 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 0-0.0 2-0 0 1 0 0 3-0.6 Chow, Janelle 4-0 7-1.8 0-5 .000 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-0.3 0-0 0 1 0 2 0-0.0 Weiss, Janelle 5-0 11-2.2 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 0-0.0 4-0 2 4 0 0 0-0.0 TEAM 30-37 67-3.7 3 Total 18 439-1114 .394 151-444 .340 183-274 .668 233-548 781-43.4 262-5 270 305 94 89 1212-67.3 Opponents 18 418-1175 .356 84-312 .269 202-283 .714 246-483 729-40.5 279-0 205 248 53 172 1122-62.3

2012-13 RESULTS

Date Nov. 9

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

at Wyoming (3646)

L, 53-86

Jan. 31

*at Utah State (599)

Nov. 11 at Colorado (1221)

L, 65-70

Feb. 2

*at San Jose State (419)

W, 83-66

Nov. 16 Portland (434)

L, 56-62

Feb. 7

*New Mexico State (379)

W, 72-53

Nov. 18 Montana (277)

L, 50-71

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

W, 68-66

Feb. 9

*Denver (815)

Nov. 27 Eastern Washington (287) Nov. 29 @at Montana (2452) Nov. 30 @vs. Tennessee State (288)

L, 65-76

Feb. 14 *at UT Arlington (288)

L, 64-69

Feb. 16 *at Louisiana Tech (2404)

L, 50-81

W, 70-64 L, 58-60 L, 62-64

Dec. 5

at UC Irvine (281)

W, 73-55

Feb. 28 *UTSA (349)

W, 65-63

Dec. 7

at UC Riverside (387)

W, 78-64

March 2 *Texas State (492)

W, 72-59

Dec. 16 at Washington (1680)

L, 48-62

March 9 *at Seattle U (957)

L, 53-55

Dec. 20 at Gonzaga (5370)

L, 62-97

March 13 #vs. No. 6 San Jose State (584) W, 57-55

Dec. 29 *Seattle U (385)

L, 71-76

March 15 #vs. No. 2 Utah State (785)

W, 84-82

March 16 #vs. No. 1 Seattle U (577)

W, 67-64

Jan. 3

*San Jose State (255)

Jan. 5

*Utah State (324)

W, 82-65 L, 85-91

Jan. 10

*at Denver (319)

W, 68-60

Jan. 12

*at New Mexico State (969)

W, 57-51

Jan. 17

*Louisiana Tech (391)

Jan. 19

*UT Arlington (430)

W, 70-52

# – WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

Jan. 24

*at Texas State (973)

W, 72-60

$ – NCAA Tournament (Storrs, Ct.)

Jan. 26

*at UTSA (513)

W, 64-45

L, 58-67

March 23 $vs. No. 1 Connecticut (4627) L, 37-105 @ – Lady Griz Classic (Missoula, Mont.) * – WAC Game

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Year Record Conference Post. 1982-83 18-10 8-6 MWC — 1983-84 21-9 9-5 MWC — 13-1 MWC NCAA 1984-85 28-2 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 — 1992-93 12-15 7-7 Big Sky — 1993-94 3-22 2-12 Big Sky — 1994-95 5-21 3-11 Big Sky — 1995-96 8-18 4-10 Big Sky — 1996-97 14-14 8-6 Big Sky (2nd-E) — 1997-98 15-15 9-5 Big West (3rd-E) — 1998-99 16-12 8-6 Big West (2nd-E) — 1999-00 13-15 6-8 Big West (4th-E) — 2000-01 7-21 4-10 Big West (7th) — 2001-02 11-17 5-11 Big West (6th) — 2002-03 10-18 8-8 Big West (5th) — 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) — 2012-13 17-16 11-7 WAC (3rd) NCAA


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KANSAS CITY KANGAROOS

QUICK FACTS

Location:............................................. Kansas City, Mo. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2013 Enrollment:..........................................................14,221 Founded:.................................................................. 1933 Nickname:.....................................................Kangaroos Colors:......................................................Blue and Gold President:............................................... Leo E. Morton Interim Athletics Director:.................Carla Wilson Athletic Department:..................... (816) 235-1036 Ticket Office:....................................... (816) 235-2849 Website:.........................www.umkckangaroos.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach............................................ Marsha Frese Basketball Office..............................(816) 235-6065 School’s All-Time Record....308-427 (.419), 26 years 2012-13 Record......................................... 9-21 (.300) 2012-13 Summit League Record........ 5-11 (8th) Arena...............Swinney Recreation Center (1,500) NCAA Appearances.................................................... 0 NCAA Record.................................................0-0 (.000) WNIT Appearances....................................... 1 (2012) WNIT Record.............................................................. 0-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................8/4 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................4/1

SWINNEY RECREATION CENTER

KANGAROO BITS n Kansas City finished 9-21 overall and 4-12 in its final season in The Summit League in head coach

Marsha Frese’s first season at the helm.

n The Kangaroos return four starters and nine letterwinners from last year’s team and welcome

four freshmen to the 2013-14 squad.

n Eilise

O’Connor returns following a junior year where she was named first team All-Summit League and to the Air Force Classic All-Tournament Team, scored her 1,000th point, was named Summit League Player of the Week three times, moved into ninth place on the Kansas City career scoring list, and set program records for free throws made in a game (17), season (180) and career (363).

n Kim Nezianya returns for her fifth season after playing just seven games as a junior before suf-

fering a season-ending knee injury. She averaged 15.1 points, 6.7 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.6 steals, while being named Summit League Player of the Week on Nov. 26.

n Junior Lexis Hardiek is coming off a season where she finished third in The Summit League in

three-point percentage at 40.2 percent, including shooting 4-for-4 at LIU-Brooklyn, 5-for-11 vs. Boise State and 6-for-8 at Oakland.

n Cousins Lauren Dudding and Kelsey Barnwell enter their second season for the ‘Roos after play-

ing together for the first time last season as freshmen.

n Freshmen Taylor Strickland and Calli White reunite in the Blue and Gold after playing AAU ball

together on Team Arkansas.

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Nov. 9 at North Texas 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at SEMO 6:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at SIU Edwardsville 4 p.m. Nov. 20 Toledo 7 p.m. Nov. 26 at Missouri 7 p.m. Nov. 29 !Sam Houston State 1 p.m. Nov. 30 !Eastern Illinois 3:30 p.m. Dec. 4 Maryville 6 p.m. Dec. 7 at Eastern Michigan noon Dec. 15 Texas Southern 1 p.m. Dec. 18 at San Francisco 7 p.m. Dec. 21 at San Jose State 2 p.m. Dec. 29 Western Illinois 2 p.m. Jan. 2 *Idaho 7 p.m. Jan. 4 *Seattle U 2 p.m. *Chicago State 2 p.m. Jan. 11 *at Texas-Pan American 7 p.m. Jan. 16 *at New Mexico State 6 p.m. Jan. 18

Date Opponent Jan. 23 *Utah Valley Jan. 25 *Bakersfield Feb. 1 *at Grand Canyon Feb. 8 *at Chicago State Feb. 13 *New Mexico State Feb. 15 *Texas-Pan American Feb. 20 *at Bakersfield Feb. 22 *at Utah Valley Feb. 27 *Grand Canyon March 6 *at Seattle U March 8 *at Idaho March 12-15 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) ! – Plaza Lights Classic (Kansas City, Mo.) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

KANGAROO ADMINISTRATION

Leo Morton Chancellor

Ken Ferguson Faculty Representative

Carla Wilson Interim AD/SWA

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Nik Busch SID

Time 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. TBD


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KANSAS CITY COACHING STAFF

MARSHA FRESE Alma Mater: Rice, ‘94 Overall Record: 9-21 (.300)/one year School Record: 9-21 (.300)/one year WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n Marsha Frese enters her second season as the head coach at Kansas

City, compiling a 9-21 overall record in her first season.

n She guided Eilise O’Connor to first team All-Summit League honors,

while seeing her set school records for free throws in a game, season and career.

n Last season, three different players – Kim Nezianya, Eilise O’Connor

and Emile Blakesley – were named league player of the week.

n Frese led the program during its 300th win on Nov. 12, 2012, against

Southeast Missouri State.

n She helped junior Lexis Hardiek to a 40.2 percent mark from three-

point range, third best in the Summit League and 10th best in school history.

n Frese guided Taylor Leathers to two double-doubles and 24 games

started, the eighth most in school history for a freshman.

n She is the sister of Maryland Head Coach Brenda Frese, who won the

2005-06 national championship and was the 2002 National Coach of the Year.

n Frese served as the associate head coach at Illinois, where she worked

ASSISTANT COACHES

under Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame Member and former Olympic Head Coach Theresa Grentz.

n She was associate head coach at Northern Illinois, where she worked

with new assistant coach Shannon Baugh, assistant coach Danielle Gratton and coached new graduate assistant coach Marke Freeman.

n Frese had two stints at Ball State as an assistant coach, including

2007-08 where she coached Gratton.

n She played collegiately at Rice, where where she was a four-year let-

terwinner and finished her career ranked sixth in three-pointers made.

Shannon Baugh Eastern Illinois, ‘94 1st Year

Meredith Doyle Abilene Christian, ‘04 4th Year

Danielle Gratton Ball State, ‘09 2nd Year

Marke Freeman Xavier , ‘12 1st Year

n Before embarking on her coaching career, Frese spent four years as a

television sportscaster at KALB-TV, the NBC affiliate in Alexandria, La., where she served as the station’s first female sports anchor. She also worked as a radio analyst for Rice University and Louisiana College women’s basketball broadcasts.

COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall 2012-13 UMKC 9-21

Conf. (Finish) 5-11 (8th)

Postseason —

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KANSAS CITY TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

KIM NEZIANYA

HAILEY HOUSER

EILISE O’CONNOR

C, 6-3, Sr.

F, 6-0, RS-Sr.

G, 5-8, Sr.

Appeared in all 30 games with 19 starts last year, averaging 5.6 points and 4.0 rebounds ... led the team in blocks eight times, rebounds five times, and assists three times ... grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds at LIU Brooklyn on Nov. 24 ... scored a career-high 12 points at Air Force on Nov. 30 ... as a sophomore, appeared in 33 games, averaging 2.4 points and 1.7 rebounds ... led the team in blocks three times and steals once ... named to the Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... played in all 30 games as a freshman, averaging 2.5 points and 2.4 rebounds ... blocked a career-high three shots against Rockhurst on Nov. 16, 2010 ... named Summit Academic AllLeague.

Played in seven games last year, averaging 15.1 points and 6.7 rebounds before missing the rest of the season with a knee injury ... named Summit League Player of the Week on Nov. 26 after being named to the LIU Turkey Classic all-tournament team ... appeared in all 34 games with 33 starts in 2011-12, averaging 11.1 points and 7.7 rebounds ... named to the Summit League All-Tournament Team ... as a sophomore, appeared in 27 games, starting 13, and averaged 6.5 points and a team-high 5.7 rebounds ... played in all 32 games as a freshman, averaging a team-best 5.4 rebounds ... ranks fifth in school history in career rebounding (639), while her 263 rebounds in 2011-12 rank sixth.

Appeared in and started 29 games last year, averaging 16.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.6 steals ... named first team All-Summit League ... named Summit League Player of the Week three times ... scored 1,000th career point on Jan. 31 against North Dakota State ... finished 14th in the NCAA in free throw percentage (81.9) ... as a sophomore, averaged 10.4 points, 4.2 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 1.8 steals ... named honorable mention All-Summit League ... her 154 assists rank third in a season in UMKC history ... as a freshman, averaged a team-high 10.0 points and was named to The Summit League All-Newcomer Team ... holds school record with 363 career free throws, while her 1,134 career points ranks ninth.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11 30-4 75-2.5 73 3 9 2011-12 33-0 78-2.4 56 10 12 2012-13 30-19 167-5.6 120 24 14 Totals 93-23 320-3.4 249 37 35

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o. N 1 2 4 11 12 13 15 20 21 23 24 34 42

Name Kim Nezianya Audrey Thrasher Kelsey Barnwell Justice Collins Lexis Hardiek Taylor Leathers Eilise O’Connor Calli White Grace Mitchell Lauren Dudding Taylor Strickland Hailey Houser Jordan Evans

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2009-10 32-3 228-7.1 174 13 18 2010-11 27-13 176-6.5 155 16 19 2011-12 34-33 378-11.1 263 35 37 2012-13 7-7 106-15.1 47 13 11 Totals 100-56 888-8.9 639 77 85

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

Ht. 6-0 5-11 5-8 5-8 5-7 6-0 5-8 5-7 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-3 6-2

Yr. RS-Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So.

TEAM PROFILE

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

Hometown (Last School) Carrollton, Texas (Newman Smith) Macon, Mo. (Macon R-1) Kansas, Okla. (Kansas) Springfield, Ill. (Southeast) Hill City, Kan. (Hill City) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley) San Francisco, Calif. (St. Ignatius Prep) Fort Smith, Ark. (Southside) Plano, Texas (Plano) Lubbock, Texas (Coronado) Springdale, Ark. (Rogers) Kansas City, Mo. (Archbishop O’Hara) Tulsa, Okla. (Webster)

KANSAS CITY CAMPUS

Top Returnees Kelsey Barnwell Lauren Dudding Jordan Evans Hailey Houser Lexis Hardiek Taylor Leathers Kim Nezianya Eilise O’Connor

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 3.2 1.1 0.7 3.6 2.3 0.9 0.8 1.0 0.0 5.6 4.0 0.8 4.5 1.0 0.5 5.6 3.6 1.1 15.1 6.7 1.9 16.9 4.9 3.9

Key Losses Emile Blakesley Ashli Hill Kara Lee

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 4.0 2.5 1.8 5.0 4.0 0.2 3.5 2.6 0.1

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. 2010-11 30-28 300-10.0 99 2011-12 33-32 343-10.4 140 2012-13 29-29 491-16.9 142 Totals 92-89 1134-12.3 381

Ast. Stl. 82 40 154 61 112 47 348 148

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director .......................................... Rob McCutcheon Women’s Basketball Contact .............. Nik Busch Address ...........................................5100 Rockhill Rd. SRC 201 Kansas City, MO 64110 Office Number .................................(816) 235-6618 Busch’s Cell Number .....................(816) 529-7694 Busch’s E-Mail ........................buschns@umkc.edu Fax Number ......................................(816) 235-1035 Press Row ...........................................(816) 235-6903

Media Outlets Kansas City Star:.................................Blair Kerkhoff Office: (816) 234-4730............ FAX: (816) 234-4360 University News: Office: (816) 235-1393............ FAX: (816) 235-6514 WHB (810 AM)/KCTE (1510 AM): Office: (913) 344-1500............ FAX: (913) 344-1599 Metro Sports: Office: (816) 358-5360............ FAX: (816) 358-5479

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KANSAS CITY 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 9-21

Home: 5-8

Road: 4-10

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 O’Connor, Eilise 29-29 1098-37.9 142-419 .339 27-88 .307 180-204 .882 19-123 142-4.9 74-3 112 114 7 47 491-16.9 Nezianya, Kim 7-7 208-29.7 43-91 .473 6-17 .353 14-25 .560 21-26 47-6.7 18-0 13 16 0 11 106-15.1 Leathers, Taylor 30-24 773-25.8 74-157 .471 7-18 .389 14-22 .636 33-74 107-3.6 63-2 33 38 3 13 169-5.6 Houser, Hailey 30-19 675-22.5 69-161 .429 0-1 .000 29-51 .569 23-97 120-4.0 49-0 24 52 23 14 167-5.6 Hill, Ashli 30-15 453-15.1 63-121 .521 1-2 .500 22-35 .629 39-82 121-4.0 67-0 7 48 50 12 149-5.0 Hardiek, Lexis 29-16 537-18.5 43-107 .402 39-97 .402 6-6 1.000 3-27 30-1.0 25-0 14 24 1 7 131-4.5 Blakesley, Emile 30-30 989-33.0 43-143 .301 23-88 .261 12-17 .706 15-61 76-2.5 58-1 55 70 0 46 121-4.0 Dudding, Lauren 16-10 355-22.2 20-84 .238 9-40 .225 9-15 .600 11-25 36-2.3 19-0 14 31 4 7 58-3.6 Lee, Kara 27-0 325-12.0 39-90 .433 0-1 .000 17-33 .515 25-45 70-2.6 49-2 4 39 13 11 95-3.5 Barnwell, Kelsey 30-0 527-17.6 33-103 .320 10-28 .357 21-26 .808 13-21 34-1.1 35-0 22 34 2 15 97-3.2 Evans, Jordan 13-0 60-4.6 4-6 .667 0-0 .000 2-6 .333 4-9 13-1.0 3-0 0 5 1 1 10-0.8 TEAM 36-71 107-3.6 16 Total 30 573-1482 .387 122-380 .321 326-440 .741 242-661 903-30.1 460-8 298 487 104 184 1594-53.1 Opponents 30 690-1688 .409 193-571 .338 337-482 .699 399-726 1125-37.5 493-3 456 408 89 236 1910-63.7

Summit League Games: 5-11

Home: 3-5

Road: 2-6

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 16-16 630-39.4 82-245 .335 13-49 .265 111-119 .933 11-72 83-5.2 39-2 49 69 5 25 288-18.0 O’Connor, Eilise Leathers, Taylor 16-16 458-28.6 44-97 .454 5-10 .500 9-15 .600 21-50 71-4.4 36-0 19 29 2 8 102-6.4 Houser, Hailey 16-13 381-23.8 40-87 .460 0-1 .000 11-23 .478 11-52 63-3.9 29-0 16 31 10 7 91-5.7 Hill, Ashli 16-7 247-15.4 31-55 .564 1-2 .500 10-16 .625 18-45 63-3.9 29-0 4 30 25 5 73-4.6 Blakesley, Emile 16-16 591-36.9 26-79 .329 11-41 .268 9-13 .692 9-45 54-3.4 37-1 28 50 0 24 72-4.5 Hardiek, Lexis 16-9 297-18.6 21-58 .362 19-51 .373 2-2 1.000 1-19 20-1.3 15-0 4 13 0 4 63-3.9 Barnwell, Kelsey 16-0 314-19.6 19-63 .302 5-15 .333 11-14 .786 5-16 21-1.3 22-0 16 20 2 5 54-3.4 Lee, Kara 15-0 168-11.2 16-36 .444 0-0 .000 12-19 .632 14-23 37-2.5 23-0 2 19 8 5 44-2.9 Dudding, Lauren 3-3 70-23.3 2-11 .182 0-3 .000 3-6 .500 2-7 9-3.0 5-0 1 8 1 2 7-2.3 Evans, Jordan 6-0 44-7.3 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-5 8-1.3 1-0 0 3 1 1 6-1.0 TEAM 16-44 60-3.8 7 Total 16 284-736 .386 54-172 .314 178-227 .784 111-378 489-30.6 236-3 139 279 54 86 800-50.0 Opponents 16 339-888 .382 94-320 .294 166-235 .706 191-362 553-34.6 246-3 209 200 49 146 938-58.6

2012-13 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Nov. 9

Missouri Western State (638) L, 51-68

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Jan. 19

*Fort Wayne (553)

Nov. 12 SEMO (572)

W, 69-64

Jan. 24

*at IUPUI (263)

Nov. 15 Saint Louis (649)

W, 56-53

Result W, 77-59 L, 46-47

Jan. 26

*at Western Illinois (757)

W, 51-50

Nov. 18 Colorado (756)

L, 55-78

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Nov. 20 at VCU (362)

L, 55-79

Jan. 30

*North Dakota State (598)

W, 62-60

Nov. 23 !vs. Drexel (101)

L, 40-76

Feb. 2

*South Dakota State (860)

L, 61-62

Nov. 24 !at LIU Brooklyn (120)

W, 70-66

Feb. 9

*at South Dakota (1088)

L, 45-67

Nov. 30 @at Air Force (213)

W, 66-58

Feb. 14

*at Fort Wayne (255)

L, 42-49

Dec. 1

@vs. Boise State (87)

L, 64-71

Feb. 16

*at Oakland (576)

W, 59-53

Dec. 7

at Minnesota (2515)

L, 49-87

Feb. 22

*Western Illinois (323)

L, 38-63

Dec. 15 Eastern Michigan (658)

L, 69-74

Feb. 23

*IUPUI (563)

L, 33-47

Dec. 19 at Texas Southern (1051)

L, 53-64

March 2 *at Omaha (487)

L, 41-68

Dec. 21 at New Mexico State (967)

L, 50-75

March 9 #vs. IUPUI (5789)

L, 47-59

Dec. 28 *Omaha (614)

L, 44-61

Jan. 3

*at South Dakota State (1569) L, 47-82

! – LIU Turkey Classic (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Jan. 5

*at North Dakota State (185) L, 48-59

@ – Air Force Classic (Colorado Springs, Colo.)

Jan. 12

*South Dakota (750)

# – Summit League Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.)

Jan. 17

*Oakland (543)

W, 60-56 L, 46-55

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RECENT RESULTS

Year Rec. Conference Post. 1980-81 5-16 — — 1981-82 19-4 — — 1982-83 30-5 — NAIA National Semis 1983-84 26-4 — NAIA Districts 1984-85 29-6 — NAIA Second Round 1985-86 26-6 — NAIA Bi-Districts 1986-87 24-7 — NAIA Bi-Districts 1987-88 9-16 — — — 1988-89 9-16 — 1989-90 17-11 — — 1990-91 18-10 — — 1991-92 24-7 — — 1992-93 17-10 — — 1993-94 9-18 — — 1994-95 7-20 4-11 Mid-Con (T-7th) — — 1995-96 11-16 9-9 Mid-Con (T-6th) 1996-97 9-18 8-8 Mid-Con (6th) — 1997-98 10-17 8-8 Mid-Con (T-4th) — 1998-99 13-14 7-7 Mid-Con (5th) — 1999-00 9-19 4-12 Mid-Con (8th) — 2000-01 2-25 2-14 Mid-Con (9th) — 2001-02 7-21 3-11 Mid-Con (8th) — 2002-03 14-14 8-6 Mid-Con (T-2nd) — 2003-04 15-14 11-5 Mid-Con (T-2nd) — 2004-05 10-20 5-11 Mid-Con (T-7th) — 2005-06 10-18 8-8 Mid-Con (T-5th) — 2006-07 9-20 5-8 Summit (6th) — 2007-08 7-20 0-15 Summit (9th) — 2008-09 11-18 6-11 Summit (T-6th) — 2009-10 16-16 12-6 Summit (4th) WBI 2010-11 14-16 9-9 Summit (T-6th) — 2011-12 22-12 11-7 Summit (4th) WNIT 2012-13 9-21 5-11 Summit (8th) —


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NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES

QUICK FACTS

Location:.............................................Las Cruces, N.M. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2005 Enrollment:..........................................................17,651 Founded:.................................................................. 1888 Nickname:............................................................ Aggies Colors:............................................Crimson and White President:.................................Dr. Garrey Carruthers Athletics Director:..................Dr. McKinley Boston Athletic Department:..................... (575) 646-4126 Ticket Office:....................................... (575) 646-1420 Website:............................www.nmstatesports.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach.................................................Mark Trakh Basketball Office.............................. (575) 646-1570 School’s All-Time Record.... 603-540 (.527), 40 years School’s All-Time WAC Record.... 52-76 (.409), 8 years Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles........... 0 Number of WAC Tournament Titles.................. 0 2012-13 Record........................................15-16 (.484) 2012-13 WAC Record................................7-11 (8th)

AGGIE BITS n New Mexico State finished 15-16 overall last season and 7-11 in WAC play. n A young team, the 2013-14 Aggies welcome eight newcomers and have no seniors on the roster. n NM State returns two players – Sasha Weber and Danesia Williamson – who started 20 or more

games last season.

n The Aggies lose the services of departed senior Stefanie Gilbreath, who was named WAC New-

comer of the Year in 2013.

n Head coach Mark Trakh enters his third year at the helm of the NM State program and has three

former players on his staff – Aggies Erica Sanchez and Kelsie Rozendaal, and Aarika Hughes, who played for him at USC.

n Former Aggie standout Erica Sanchez (2008-12) joins the staff as an assistant coach. n Coming off a strong freshman campaign in which she was second on the team in assists (59) and

averaged 8.5 points, Sasha Weber will be looked to for another stellar offensive performance.

n In 2012-13, Trakh and the Aggies more than doubled their win total from the previous year. n New Mexico State opens the season at cross-border rival UTEP. The Aggies have not begun the

season against a local rival since 2004-05, when the team hosted in-state rival New Mexico.

Arena.........................Pan American Center (12,482) Arena Record.................... 354-176 (.668), 39 years NCAA Appearances........................... 2 (1987, 1988) NCAA Record..................................................0-2 (.000) WNIT Appearances............................ 2 (1994, 2010) WNIT Record...................................................1-3 (.250) Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................5/6 Starters Returning/Lost........................................3/2

PAN AMERICAN CENTER

Dr. Garrey Carruthers President

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 12 at UTEP Nov. 14 Boise State at Loyola Marymount Nov. 16 at Cal Poly Nov. 18 Eastern New Mexico Nov. 21 Nov. 29 !Northern Illinois Nov. 30 !Milwaukee Dec. 3 UTEP Dec. 7 at New Mexico at UC Irvine Dec. 18 Dec. 23 at Cal State Fullerton Dec. 28 @vs. Northwestern State Dec. 29 @at UTSA Jan. 4 *Grand Canyon Jan. 9 *at Seattle U *at Idaho Jan. 11 Jan. 16 *Chicago State *Kansas City Jan. 18

Time 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. noon 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 25 *at Texas-Pan American Jan. 30 *at Bakersfield *at Utah Valley Feb. 1 *Idaho Feb. 6 *Seattle U Feb. 8 Feb. 13 *at Kansas City Feb. 15 *at Chicago State Feb. 20 *Texas-Pan American Feb. 27 *Utah Valley *Bakersfield March 1 March 6 *at Grand Canyon March 12-15 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

! – Aggie Thanksgiving Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) @ – UTSA Holiday Classic (San Antonio, Texas) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

AGGIE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Jack Thomas Faculty Representative

Dr. McKinley Boston Athletic Director

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Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

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NEW MEXICO STATE STATE COACHING STAFF

Mark Trakh Alma Mater: Long Beach State, ‘81 Overall Record: 309-228 (.575), 18 years School Record: 21-40 (.344), two years WAC Record: 10-22 (.313), two years

HEAD COACH FILE n Third-year Aggie head coach Mark Trakh is the 10th head coach in school history and has nearly 30 years of head coaching experience, including 18 at the NCAA Division I level at New Mexico State, USC and Pepperdine. n Last year, in his second season at the helm, the Aggies more than doubled their win total (15) from the previous season (6). n Trakh picked up his 300th collegiate win last season against Southern Utah on Dec. 1, 2012, and directed the Aggies to their 600th program victory against Bakersfield at home on Feb. 23, 2013. n He has three former players – Erica Sanchez, Kelsie Rozendaal and Aarika Hughes – on his staff. Sanchez and Rozendaal played at NM State, while Hughes played at USC. n Trakh 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. In his first two seasons, 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, with six consecutive 20-win seasons from 1997-2003, four West Coast Conference titles and six postseason appearances. COACHING RECORDS School Year 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 2012-13 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 15-16

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) — 7-11 (8th) —

309-228 (.575)/18 years 199-123 (.618)/11 years 90-64 (.584)/five years 21-40 (.344)/two years 10-22 (.313)/two years

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Aarika Hughes USC, ‘10 3rd Year

Erica Sanchez New Mexico State, ‘12 1st Year


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NEW MEXICO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

ABBY SCOTT

SEPTEMBER OFFUTT

SASHA WEBER

F, 6-2, Jr.

G, 6-1, So.

G, 6-0, So.

Spent the 2011-12 season at Central Arizona College before becoming an Aggie ... averaged 6.8 points and 7.6 rebounds per game with the Vaqueras and finished the season shooting 48 percent from the field ... also averaged 1.2 assists and 1.2 steals per contest.

Played in all 31 games as a freshman last year, starting nine ... averaged 4.7 points, 1.5 rebounds and 0.5 assists per game ... scored a career-high 18 points in her first start against UT Arlington on Dec. 29 ... had four games in double-figure scoring, including three in a row late in WAC play ... shot a team-leading 80 percent from the free throw line ... made 35 three-pointers, good for third on the team ... made a career-high five three-pointers against San Jose State on Feb. 14 ... averaged 13.5 minutes a game.

Played in all 31 games during her freshman campaign, making 25 starts ... scored in double figures 14 times ... ranked second on the team with 59 assists ... tallied 22 blocks and 117 rebounds, while averaging 27.6 minutes per game ... played a career-high 39 minutes at Texas State on Jan. 5, posting her first career doubledouble with a career-high 10 rebounds and 11 points ... dished out a career-high five assists twice – against UTEP on Nov. 28 and at UT Arlington on March 9 ... scored a career-high 20 points against UC Irvine on Nov. 24.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 34 33 2011-12* 28-28 189-6.8 215 Totals 28-28 189-6.8 215 34 33

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2012-13 31-9 145-4.7 48 16 10 Totals 31-9 145-4.7 48 16 10

*stats from Central Arizona College

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Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2012-13 31-25 263-8.5 117 59 17 Totals 31-25 263-8.5 117 59 17

MEDIA INFORMATION

o. Name N Pos. Ht. Yr. Exp. Hometown (Last School) 2 Audra Jones C 6-5 Fr. HS Orland, Calif. (Hamilton) 3 Vanessa Garner G 5-8 Fr. HS Milpitas, Calif. (Archbishop Mitty) 4 Sasha Weber G 6-0 So. 1L Lacey, Wash. (Timberline) 10 Simone Ruedin G 5-8 Jr. 2L Eltham, Victoria, Australia (Box Hill Secondary) 11 Danesia Williamson G 5-6 Jr. 1L San Diego, Calif. (San Diego) 12 Tamera William G 5-9 Fr. HS Las Vegas, Nev. (Centennial) 20 Brandee Walton F 5-11 Fr. HS Surprize, Ariz. (St. Mary’s) 22 Tyler Ellis F 6-2 Fr. HS Antelope, Calif. (Antelope) 23 Abby Scott G 6-1 So. 1L Madras, Ore. (Madras) 24 Brianna Freeman F 6-1 Fr. HS Killeen, Texas (Harker Heights) 25 Moriah Mack G 5-8 Fr. HS San Antonio, Texas (Reagan) 33 September Offutt F 6-2 Jr. TR Pomona, Calif. (Central Arizona) 43 Elena Holguin G 5-8 So. 1L Las Cruces, N.M. (Mayfield)

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

TEAM PROFILE

Las Cruces Sun-News:........................Jason Groves Office: (575) 541-5444............. Fax: (575) 541-5498

NEW MEXICO STATE CAMPUS

Sports Information

Media Outlets

Top Returnees Elena Holguin Simone Ruedin Abby Scott Sasha Weber Danesia Williamson

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 1.4 1.7 0.4 0.6 1.1 0.6 4.7 1.5 0.5 8.5 3.8 1.9 12.4 2.8 3.4

El Paso Times: Office: (800) 351-1032............. Fax: (915) 546-6343

Key Losses Chrissy Fletcher Stefanie Gilbreath Malia Magazzeni Camila Rosen Kelsie Rozendaal Jasmine Rutledge

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 0.5 0.9 0.0 17.5 6.7 1.6 0.3 1.3 0.0 4.5 5.8 1.5 9.6 8.1 0.9 3.7 5.0 1.2

Albuquerque Journal:.................... Ken Sickenger Office: (800) 990-5765............. Fax: (505) 823-3998

Las Cruces Bulletin:...................................Jim Hilley Office: (575) 524-8061............. Fax: (575) 526-4621

The Roundup (Campus): Office: (575) 646-6397............. Fax: (575) 646-7905

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NEW MEXICO STATE 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 15-16

Home: 9-7

Road: 5-8

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 Gilbreath, Stefanie 29-28 1005-34.7 174-492 .354 66-205 .322 94-111 .847 23-170 193-6.7 69-2 47 79 26 35 508-17.5 Williamson, Danesia 31-29 964-31.1 120-377 .318 34-153 .222 109-152 .717 10-77 87-2.8 76-0 105 102 3 35 383-12.4 61-83 .735 103-131 234-8.1 45-0 25 43 10 11 277-9.6 Rozendaal, Kelsie 29-28 819-28.2 102-191 .534 12-36 .333 Weber, Sasha 31-25 857-27.6 85-244 .348 42-132 .318 51-76 .671 33-84 117-3.8 57-1 59 57 22 17 263-8.5 Scott, Abby 31-9 420-13.5 47-162 .290 35-125 .280 16-20 .800 13-35 48-1.5 26-0 16 18 6 10 145-4.7 26-26 781-30.0 49-119 .412 5-16 .313 15-19 .789 64-85 149-5.7 55-1 40 44 16 38 118-4.5 Rosen, Camila Rutledge, Jasmine 31-0 497-16.0 36-106 .340 0-0 .000 43-69 .623 56-99 155-5.0 53-1 36 39 8 16 115-3.7 Nelson, Alexis 10-0 62-6.2 5-21 .238 3-15 .200 3-6 .500 3-2 5-0.5 4-0 4 7 1 0 16-1.6 Young, Shay 23-1 133-5.8 12-32 .375 0-0 .000 10-14 .714 6-22 28-1.2 26-0 1 14 1 3 34-1.5 Holguin, Elena 23-3 196-8.5 12-52 .231 5-19 .263 4-6 .667 19-21 40-1.7 16-0 8 16 3 4 33-1.4 27-2 183-6.8 6-15 .400 0-1 .000 5-9 .556 6-25 31-1.1 18-0 16 16 0 5 17-0.6 Ruedin, Simone Fletcher, Chrissy 25-1 158-6.3 4-16 .250 0-1 .000 4-9 .444 6-17 23-0.9 30-1 1 11 1 3 12-0.5 Magazzeni, Malia 26-3 150-5.8 2-9 .222 0-0 .000 3-8 .375 9-26 35-1.3 28-0 1 7 4 4 7-0.3 TEAM 44-48 92-3.0 15 Total 31 654-1836 .356 202-703 .287 418-582 .718 395-842 1237-39.9 503-6 359 468 101 181 1928-62.2 Opponents 31 734-1887 .389 143-435 .329 375-534 .702 398-881 1279-41.3 527-0 337 441 84 197 1986-64.1 WAC Games: 7-11

Home: 3-6

Road: 4-5

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 60-72 .833 16-116 132-7.3 46-1 31 49 17 25 350-19.4 Gilbreath, Stefanie 18-17 652-36.2 123-333 .369 44-136 .324 Williamson, Danesia 18-16 547-30.4 59-199 .296 13-81 .160 58-81 .716 6-51 57-3.2 51-0 67 61 2 18 189-10.5 Rozendaal, Kelsie 17-16 474-27.9 60-115 .522 6-19 .316 34-45 .756 65-77 142-8.4 26-0 14 24 9 5 160-9.4 Weber, Sasha 18-16 521-28.9 51-153 .333 22-81 .272 25-39 .641 21-49 70-3.9 40-1 39 36 11 13 149-8.3 Scott, Abby 18-8 288-16.0 36-108 .333 28-91 .308 6-8 .750 10-18 28-1.6 15-0 9 13 6 4 106-5.9 Rosen, Camila 13-13 412-31.7 29-69 .420 2-8 .250 7-8 .875 42-48 90-6.9 28-1 23 23 10 17 67-5.2 Rutledge, Jasmine 18-0 300-16.7 22-61 .361 0-0 .000 20-35 .571 36-58 94-5.2 28-0 26 20 8 8 64-3.6 Nelson, Alexis 3-0 15-5.0 2-7 .286 2-7 .286 2-2 1.000 1-0 1-0.3 1-0 1 1 0 0 8-2.7 Young, Shay 13-0 60-4.6 7-14 .500 0-0 .000 9-10 .900 3-11 14-1.1 9-0 0 5 0 2 23-1.8 Ruedin, Simone 14-0 93-6.6 5-13 .385 0-1 .000 3-7 .429 3-14 17-1.2 11-0 9 8 0 2 13-0.9 Holguin, Elena 13-1 85-6.5 3-25 .120 2-10 .200 1-2 .500 12-8 20-1.5 5-0 4 5 2 2 9-0.7 Fletcher, Chrissy 15-1 72-4.8 3-9 .333 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 4-6 10-0.7 12-0 0 5 1 2 9-0.6 Magazzeni, Malia 16-2 81-5.1 0-6 .000 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 5-18 23-1.4 16-0 1 3 3 2 3-0.2 TEAM 25-31 56-3.1 7 Total 18 400-1112 .360 119-434 .274 231-319 .724 249-505 754-41.9 288-3 224 260 69 100 1150-63.9 Opponents 18 433-1122 .386 88-270 .326 216-308 .701 233-509 742-41.2 289-0 207 232 46 105 1170-65.0

2012-13 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Result

Nov. 12

Loyola Marymount (1042) W, 77-76 (OT)

Jan. 26

*at Denver (600)

L, 58-67

Nov. 14

at UC Santa Barbara (1167)

L, 41-43

Jan. 31

*Texas State (921)

L, 49-58

Nov. 20

at New Mexico (6403)

L, 37-60

Feb. 2

*UTSA (894)

L, 53-66

Nov. 23

!George Mason (934)

W, 55-52

Feb. 7

*at Idaho (379)

L, 53-72

Nov. 24

!UC Irvine (994)

W, 50-44

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Nov. 28

UTEP (1075)

W, 69-68

Feb. 9

*at Seattle U (478)

Dec. 1

at Southern Utah (1111)

W, 70-68

Feb. 14

*San Jose State (826)

Dec. 5

at UTEP (1927)

L, 44-66

Feb. 16

*Utah State (899)

Dec. 18

New Mexico (1412)

L, 44-68

Feb. 23

CSU Bakersfield (759)

Dec. 21

UMKC (967)

Dec. 29

*UT Arlington (1147)

L, 59-62

Dec. 31

*Louisiana Tech (757)

Jan. 3 Jan. 5 Jan. 10

*Seattle U (1069)

L, 54-60

Jan. 12

*Idaho (969)

L, 51-57

! – Hotel Encanto Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.)

Jan. 17

*at Utah State (632)

L, 63-65

* – WAC Game

Jan. 19

*at San Jose State (449)

L, 50-51

# – WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

W, 75-50

March 2 *Denver (1045)

Result L, 62-78 W, 90-70 W, 106-94 W, 87-81 L, 63-71

March 7 *at Louisiana Tech (2072)

W, 66-56

W, 71-67

March 9 *at UT Arlington (359)

W, 72-66

*at UTSA (554)

W, 69-52

March 12 #vs. No. 9 UT Arlington (486) W, 76-63

*at Texas State (775)

W, 61-58

March 13 #vs. No. 1 Seattle U (637)

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L, 53-77

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) — 2012-13 15-16 7-11 WAC (8th) —


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SEATTLE U REDHAWKS

QUICK FACTS

REDHAWK BITS

Location:................................................. Seattle, Wash. Joined WAC:...............................................July 1, 2012 Enrollment:............................................................ 7,755 Founded:.................................................................. 1891 Nickname:......................................................Redhawks Colors:.....................................................Red and White President:.......................Fr. Stephen Sundborg, S.J. Athletics Director:.............................William Hogan Athletic Department:..................... (206) 296-6400 Ticket Office:....................................... (206) 398-4678 Website:................................... www.goseattleu.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach.......................................... Joan Bonvicini Basketball Office.............................. (206) 296-6406 School’s All-Time Record.... 531-473 (.529), 36 years School’s All-Time WAC Record.... 15-3 (.833), one year Number of WAC Regular-Season Titles.............1 Number of WAC Tournament Titles....................0 2012-13 Record........................................20-11 (.645) 2012-13 WAC Record.............................. 15-3 (.833) Arena.....................................Connolly Center (1,050) Arena Record.................... 279-165 (.628), 36 years NCAA Appearances.....................................................0 NCAA Record..............................................................0-0 WNIT Appearances........................................1 (2013) WNIT Record...............................................................0-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................9/4 Starters Returning/Lost........................................3/2

CONNOLLY CENTER

Fr. Stephen Sundborg President

n The

Redhawks return their top three scorers from a year ago, a trio of seniors, led by 2012-13 WAC Player of the Year Kacie Sowell, who averaged 16.4 points and 9.9 rebounds last season.

n Sowell surpassed both the 1,000 career point mark (Mar. 13, 2013), just the 12th player in pro-

gram history to do so, as well as the 500 career rebound mark (Dec. 1, 2012) last season.

n Bonvicini and Sowell were named WAC Coach of the Year and Player of the Year, respectively, last

year, while Shephard was named WAC Defensive Player of the Year. Sowell was also first team All-WAC, Shephard was second team All-WAC, and Shephard and Daidra Brown were named to the WAC All-Defensive Team.

n Sowell finished the season ranked seventh in the nation in field goal percentage (55.6) and tied

for 23rd in double-doubles (17), while Sylvia Shephard finished tied for 11th in steals per game (3.26).

n As a team, the Redhawks ranked fourth nationally in steals per game (12.8) in 2012-13. n Bonvicini was one of 30 finalists for the Naismith College Women’s Coach of the Year last season. n The

team made the first WNIT appearance in program history last season, facing Saint Mary’s in the first round.

n The Redhawks took the program’s first-ever foreign tour in August 2013 to Costa Rica, playing

games against three different teams, including the Costa Rican National Team. The team also did community service and teambuilding activities.

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 8 Pepperdine Nov. 12 Washington State Nov. 19 at Washington Nov. 22 at Portland State Nov. 24 at Portland Nov. 29 !Coastal Carolina Nov. 30 !Drake/Cornell Oregon Dec. 4 Dec. 8 at San Diego Dec. 14 Montana State Dec. 19 at Loyola Marymount Dec. 21 at Cal State Fullerton Dec. 28 at UC Santa Barbara Jan. 2 *at Chicago State Jan. 4 *at Kansas City Jan. 9 *New Mexico State Jan. 11 *Texas-Pan American Jan. 16 *at Bakersfield

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 18 *at Utah Valley Jan. 25 *Grand Canyon Feb. 1 *Idaho Feb. 6 *at Texas-Pan American Feb. 8 *at New Mexico State Feb. 13 *Utah Valley Feb. 15 *Bakersfield Feb. 20 *at Grand Canyon March 1 *at Idaho March 6 *Kansas City March 8 *Chicago State March 12-15 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

! – Delta Dental Tournament (Seattle, Wash.) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

REDHAWK ADMINISTRATION

David Arnesen Faculty Representative

William Hogan Athletics Director

Roxanne Levenson Associate AD/SWA

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Time 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. TBD

Mollie Hanke SID


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SEATTLE U COACHING STAFF

Joan Bonvicini Alma Mater: Southern Connecticut State, ‘75 Overall Record: 666-363 (.647), 33 years School Record: 54-69 (.439), four years WAC Record: 15-3 (.833), one year

HEAD COACH FILE n The 2012-13 WAC Coach of the Year and one of 30 finalists for the Naismith Women’s College Coach of the Year, Joan Bonvicini is in her fifth season at Seattle U and boasts an all-time record of 666-363 (.647). n She led the Redhawks to a WAC regular-season title in 2012-13 in their first year in the league and first year as full NCAA Division I members. n Bonvicini ranks 11th on the NCAA Division I all-time coaching wins list for women’s basketball and became the 18th coach in Division I women’s basketball history to reach the 600-win mark in February 2007. n She has 22 seasons with 20 or more wins over her historic career. n Bonvicini is a member of five halls of fame – Southern Connecticut State (1989), Connecticut Women’s Basketball (1994), Long Beach State Athletics (1996), Pima County Sports (2005) and New England Basketball (2007).

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

n During her playing days, 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 School 1979-80 LBSU 1980-81 LBSU 1981-82 LBSU 1982-83 LBSU 1983-84 LBSU 1984-85 LBSU 1985-86 LBSU 1986-87 LBSU 1987-88 LBSU 1988-89 LBSU 1989-90 LBSU 1990-91 LBSU 1991-92 Arizona 1992-93 Arizona 1993-94 Arizona 1994-95 Arizona 1995-96 Arizona 1996-97 Arizona 1997-98 Arizona 1998-99 Arizona 1999-00 Arizona 2000-01 Arizona 2001-02 Arizona 2002-03 Arizona 2003-04 Arizona 2004-05 Arizona 2005-06 Arizona 2006-07 Arizona 2007-08 Arizona

Overall 28-6 27-7 24-6 24-7 25-6 28-3 29-5 33-3 28-6 30-5 25-9 24-8 9-19 13-14 15-12 11-19 22-8 23-8 23-7 18-11 25-7 20-12 14-14 21-8 24-9 20-12 8-22 11-21 10-20

Conf. (Finish) 12-0 (1st) 10-2 (1st) 11-1 (1st) 12-2 (2nd) 13-1 (1st) 13-1 (1st) 14-0 (1st) 17-1 (1st) 18-0 (1st) 18-0 (1st) 14-4 (3rd) 15-3 (1st) 3-15 (T-9th) 7-11 (8th) 8-10 (7th) 6-12 (7th) 10-8 (T-3rd) 12-6 (T-4th) 14-4 (T-2nd) 12-6 (4th) 13-5 (T-2nd) 9-9 (5th) 10-8 (T-6th) 12-4 (T-2nd) 14-4 (T-1st) 11-7 (5th) 3-15 (9th) 4-14 (8th) 4-14 (T-8th)

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 NCAA 1-1 — — —

Kristen O’Neill Washington, ‘06 5th Year

ASSISTANT COACHES

Shaquala Williams Oregon, ‘02 2nd Year

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

School Seattle U Seattle U Seattle U Seattle U

Overall 6-24 8-22 20-12 20-11

Overall Record Long Beach State Record Arizona Record Seattle U Record WAC Record

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Derek Liebert Xavier , ‘12 1st Year

Conf. (Finish) — — — 15-3 WAC (1st) 666-363 (.647)/33 years 325-71 (.820)/12 years 287-223 (.563)/17 years 54-69 (.439)/four years 15-3 (.833)/one year

Postseason — — WBI 2-1 WNIT 0-1


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SEATTLE U TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Kacie Sowell

sYlVIA SHEPHARD

Ashley Ward

G, 5-10, Sr.

F, 6-2, Sr.

F, 5-11, Sr.

Named WAC Defensive Player of the Year, to the AllDefensive Team and second team All-WAC last year after averaging 13.6 points, 3.7 assists and 3.3 steals ... ranked 11th nationally in steals ... named to the WAC All-Tournament Team and was MVP of the Washington Dental Service Tourney ... nabbed a career-best seven steals vs. UC Irvine on Dec. 1 ... tied her career high with 23 points at Idaho on Dec. 29 ... dished out a career-high 11 assists vs. UT Arlington on Jan. 17 ... started 27 games as a sophomore, averaging 7.6 points and 5.1 rebounds ... grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds vs. Portland State on Feb. 9, 2012 ... scored in double figures eight times ... played in 30 games as a freshman, averaging 5.2 points and 3.0 rebounds.

Named WAC Player of the Year last season after averaging 16.4 points and 9.9 rebounds ... surpassed the 1,000 career point mark and the 500 career rebound mark ... ranked seventh in the nation in field goal percentage (55.6) and tied for 20th in double-doubles (17) ... named Independent Player of the Year as a sophomore after averaging 14.3 points and 10.2 rebounds ... named to the WBI all-tournament team ... shot 56.6 percent from the field, good for fifth in the nation ... recorded 18 double-doubles, tied for ninth nationally ... named College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week six times ... started four games as a freshman, when she averaged 3.3 points and 3.8 rebounds per game.

Ranked fifth in the WAC last season in free throw percentage (81.9) and assists (3.65), and 13th in points (12.9) ... tied her career high with 24 points twice during the season ... made the game-winning baskets in the Redhawks’ final two regular-season games to clinch the WAC regular-season title ... started all 32 games as a sophomore, finishing third on the team in scoring (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 doublefigure scoring 17 times ... grabbed a career-high nine rebounds vs. Bakersfield on March 3 ... started 11 games as a freshman, averaging 6.5 points and 2.7 rebounds per game.

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 2012-13 31-31 421-13.6 173 115 101 Totals 93-58 821-8.8 428 199 186

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 2012-13 30-30 491-16.4 298 32 60 Totals 92-66 1047-11.4 737 68 119

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 2012-13 31-30 401-12.9 110 113 45 Totals 93-73 926-10.0 304 216 109

2013-14 ROSTER

No. 1 2 4 10 11 12 14 15 20 23 24 31 32 41 45

Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Exp. Sylvia Shephard G 5-10 Sr. 3L Kaylee Best G 5-8 Fr. HS Masha Shtikel G 5-10 Fr. HS Makenna Clark G 5-6 Jr. 2L Tatiana Howard C/F 6-2 Fr. HS Claire Metoyer G 5-9 Fr. HS Ashley Ward F 5-11 Sr. 3L Catherine Perez F 6-1 So. 1L Kim Flournoy G 5-9 RS-So. 1L Renee Dillard-Brown F 6-1 Jr. 2L Alexis Montgomery G 5-10 Fr. HS Taelor Ross C 6-2 So. 1L Kristin Stoffel G 5-11 So. 1L Kacie Sowell F 6-2 Sr. 3L Wilma Afunugo F/C 6-0 Fr. HS

TEAM PROFILE

Hometown (Last School) Alta Loma, Calif. (Alta Loma) Seattle, Wash. (Lakeside School) Shoreline, Wash. (Shorewood) Lake Tapps, Wash. (Auburn Riverside) Gardena, Calif. (Junipero Serra) Desoto, Texas (Canterbury Episcopal School) Irvine, Calif. (Woodbridge) Palo Alto, Calif. (Gunn) San Diego, Calif. (Horizon Christian) Seattle, Wash. (Garfield) Beaverton, Ore. (Beaverton) Vancouver, Wash. (St. Mary’s Academy) Mill Creek, Wash. (Jackson) Ventura, Calif. (Buena) Plano, Texas (Plano)

SEATTLE U CAMPUS

Top Returnees Renee Dillard-Brown Taelor Ross Sylvia Shephard Kacie Sowell Kristin Stoffel Ashley Ward

Pts. 1.2 2.2 13.6 16.4 1.3 12.9

Rebs. 0.9 1.8 5.6 9.9 1.3 3.5

Asts. 0.3 0.3 3.7 1.1 0.1 3.7

Key Losses Brenda Adhiambo Daidra Brown Maggie McCarthy

Pts. 7.6 9.8 2.9

Rebs. 7.3 3.8 2.2

Asts. 1.6 3.0 1.2

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:.................................Jayda Evans Office: (206) 464-2900.......... Fax: (206) 464-2261 710 ESPN Seattle: Office: (206) 726-7000 KJR 950 AM/102.9 FM: Office: (206) 494-2000 The Spectator (Campus):............. Emily Hedberg Office: (206) 296-6474.......... Fax: (206) 296-6477

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SEATTLE U 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 20-11

Home: 12-3

Road: 6-7

Neutral: 2-1

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 Sowell, Kacie 30-30 998-33.3 195-351 .556 0-0 .000 101-154 .656 93-205 298-9.9 71-0 32 93 10 60 491-16.4 53-87 .609 26-147 173-5.6 65-2 115 129 2 101 421-13.6 Shephard, Sylvia 31-31 1054-34.0 162-370 .438 44-149 .295 Ward, Ashley 31-30 1076-34.7 100-351 .285 34-117 .291 167-204 .819 16-94 110-3.5 95-3 113 133 6 45 401-12.9 Brown, Daidra 30-2 926-30.9 111-261 .425 4-24 .167 69-106 .651 32-81 113-3.8 92-1 89 75 7 76 295-9.8 Adhiambo, Brenda 29-29 772-26.6 93-189 .492 0-0 .000 35-59 .593 99-113 212-7.3 83-1 46 77 8 58 221-7.6 McCarthy, Maggie 31-17 553-17.8 30-110 .273 15-64 .234 14-22 .636 19-50 69-2.2 37-0 37 34 11 16 89-2.9 31-3 268-8.6 30-66 .455 0-0 .000 9-24 .375 15-40 55-1.8 32-0 9 30 8 10 69-2.2 Ross, Taelor Stoffel, Kristin 28-0 245-8.8 12-30 .400 0-0 .000 12-15 .800 14-21 35-1.3 24-0 4 10 3 5 36-1.3 Dillard-Brown, Renee 17-0 93-5.5 6-20 .300 0-0 .000 8-10 .800 4-11 15-0.9 11-0 5 11 1 7 20-1.2 18-1 62-3.4 5-13 .385 4-9 .444 1-3 .333 3-3 6-0.3 4-0 2 7 0 5 15-0.8 Clark, Makenna Flournoy, Kim 22-12 135-6.1 6-24 .250 1-7 .143 2-6 .333 4-11 15-0.7 8-0 4 13 4 7 15-0.7 79-4.4 5-14 .357 0-0 .000 1-6 .167 7-6 13-0.7 5-0 4 5 2 1 11-0.6 Perez, Catherine 18-0 39-3.0 3-14 .214 0-5 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-0.1 1-0 1 6 0 5 6-0.5 Dougherty, Shelby 13-0 TEAM 66-70 136-4.4 10 Total 31 758-1813 .418 102-375 .272 472-696 .678 398-853 1251-40.4 528-7 461 633 62 396 2090-67.4 Opponents 31 712-1814 .393 169-590 .286 367-548 .670 340-779 1119-36.1 593-0 364 644 109 328 1960-63.2 WAC Games: 15-3

Home: 9-0

Road: 6-3

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 17-17 572-33.6 107-190 .563 0-0 .000 58-93 .624 43-125 168-9.9 41-0 21 46 4 34 272-16.0 Sowell, Kacie Shephard, Sylvia 18-18 616-34.2 93-206 .451 26-74 .351 31-50 .620 14-96 110-6.1 37-2 61 71 0 47 243-13.5 Ward, Ashley 18-18 634-35.2 59-209 .282 18-66 .273 77-97 .794 9-55 64-3.6 53-0 71 80 3 24 213-11.8 Brown, Daidra 18-0 583-32.4 78-165 .473 2-13 .154 47-65 .723 22-62 84-4.7 55-0 65 47 5 48 205-11.4 Adhiambo, Brenda 16-16 431-26.9 55-109 .505 0-0 .000 26-45 .578 60-69 129-8.1 49-1 30 42 7 29 136-8.5 McCarthy, Maggie 18-8 305-16.9 19-62 .306 9-35 .257 10-14 .714 6-30 36-2.0 20-0 23 21 6 11 57-3.2 Ross, Taelor 18-3 161-8.9 18-45 .400 0-0 .000 6-14 .429 9-30 39-2.2 21-0 6 23 5 2 42-2.3 16-0 138-8.6 10-22 .455 0-0 .000 6-7 .857 7-12 19-1.2 16-0 3 8 1 4 26-1.6 Stoffel, Kristin Dillard-Brown, Renee 10-0 56-5.6 2-13 .154 0-0 .000 8-10 .800 3-5 8-0.8 9-0 3 8 1 5 12-1.2 Dougherty, Shelby 5-0 6-1.2 3-3 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 6-1.2 16-10 86-5.4 3-15 .200 0-4 .000 0-2 .000 0-7 7-0.4 5-0 3 7 3 2 6-0.4 Flournoy, Kim Perez, Catherine 11-0 49-4.5 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 0-4 .000 4-4 8-0.7 4-0 2 2 0 1 4-0.4 9-0 13-1.4 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 1-0 1-0.1 1-0 0 2 0 0 1-0.1 Clark, Makenna 6 TEAM 37-37 74-4.1 Total 18 449-1049 .428 55-194 .284 270-403 .670 215-532 747-41.5 311-3 288 363 35 207 1223-67.9 18 404-1085 .372 92-351 .262 214-321 .667 198-450 648-36.0 340-0 204 346 66 188 1114-61.9 Opponents

2012-13 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Nov. 9

Pacific (444)

Nov. 14

Washington (833)

Nov. 17

at Colorado State (1635)

Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Dec. 1

UC Irvine (315)

Dec. 9

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

L, 70-71

Feb. 2

*at Utah State (747)

L, 75-77 (OT)

Feb. 7

*Denver (310)

W, 63-53

L, 55-58

Feb. 9

*New Mexico State (478)

W, 78-62

@Portland (462)

W, 63-61

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

@Sacred Heart (443)

W, 74-70

Feb. 14

*at Louisiana Tech (2351)

W, 87-74

L, 60-61 (OT)

Feb. 16

*at UT Arlington (252)

W, 78-64

Portland State (344)

W, 72-59

Feb. 28

*Texas State (417)

Dec. 14

at Pepperdine (377)

L, 64-70

March 2

*UTSA (469)

W, 56-54

Dec. 20

at Brigham Young (425)

L, 62-70

March 9

*Idaho (957)

W, 55-53

Dec. 29

*at Idaho (385)

March 13 #vs. No. 8 NM State (637)

W, 77-53

Jan. 3

*Utah State (289)

March 14 #vs. No. 5 LA Tech (785)

W, 80-69

Jan. 5

*San Jose State (353)

W, 72-60

March 16 #vs. No. 3 Idaho (577)

L, 64-67

Jan. 10

*at New Mexico State (1069) W, 60-54

March 21 $at Saint Mary’s (187)

L, 51-68

Jan. 13

*at Denver (332)

W, 69-66

Jan. 17

*UT Arlington (378)

W, 69-53

@ – Washington Dental Service Tourney (Seattle)

Jan. 19

*Louisiana Tech (585)

W, 64-47

* – WAC Game

Jan. 24

*at UTSA (515)

Jan. 26

*at Texas State (837)

Jan. 31

*at San Jose State (542)

W, 76-71 W, 71-68 (OT)

L, 55-65 W, 70-58

L, 62-67

L, 65-74

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Result

W, 73-71 (OT)

# – WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) $ – WNIT (Moraga, Calif.)

Result

RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference Post. 1977-78 19-7 — NCWSA AIAW 1978-79 23-9 — 1979-80 16-14 5-7 AIAW 1980-81 23-8 — AIAW 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 2012-13 20-11 15-3 WAC (1st) WNIT


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TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN BRONCS

QUICK FACTS

BRONC BITS

Location:............................................Edinburg, Texas Joined WAC:..............................................July 1, 2013 Enrollment:.........................................................20,057 Founded:.................................................................1927 Nickname:........................................................... Broncs Colors:..............................Green, White and Orange President:.................................. Dr. Robert S. Nelson Director of Athletics:...............................Chris King Athletic Department:....................(956) 665-2221 Website:...............................www.UTPABroncs.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach..............................................Larry Tidwell Basketball Office.............................. (956) 665-2974 School’s All-Time Record.... 252-582 (.302), 31 years 2012-13 Record........................................12-16 (.429) 2012-13 GWC Record.................................. 4-4 (4th) Arena................................... UTPA Fieldhouse (2,500) Arena Record.................... 151-196 (.435), 30 years NCAA Appearances.....................................................0 NCAA Record..................................................0-0 (.000) WNIT Appearances......................................................0 WNIT Record...................................................0-0 (.000) Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................6/8 Starters Returning/Lost........................................1/4

UTPA FIELDHOUSE

n Larry Tidwell, who spent the previous six years as the head coach at Lamar, enters his first season

at the helm of the Broncs.

n Texas-Pan American welcomes 12 new student-athletes to the roster while returning one senior,

one junior and four sophomores.

n Last year as a freshman, KaeLynn Boyd averaged 10.5 points and 5.1 assists in conference play

to earn All-Great West Conference Newcomer Team honors.

n Jasmine Thompson earned Great West Conference Player of the Week honors on Dec. 10, 2012,

after averaging 17.0 points and 7.0 rebounds while shooting .696 from the field.

n Last

year, Bianca Torre ended her career as the Broncs’ all-time leader in points (1,439), assists (393), steals (226), free throws made (277) and field goals attempted (1,250). She was the first player to earn All-GWC honors four years in a row.

n Cassandra Moody earned All-GWC first team honors after averaging 13.0 points and 9.0 rebounds

in conference play.

n Ce’Monay Newell finished her career ranked second all-time in three-point percentage (.364),

and fourth in three-pointers made (145) and attempted (398).

n The Broncs are in a conference with an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament for the first time

in 15 years.

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Nov. 8 Schreiner 5 p.m. Nov. 10 at Texas Tech 2 p.m. Nov. 19 Texas Lutheran 7 p.m. Nov. 21 Virginia Commonwealth 7 p.m. Nov. 29 !vs. Norfolk State 6 p.m. Nov. 30 !vs. Northern Iowa 10 p.m. Dec. 3 at Houston Baptist 5:30 p.m. Dec. 8 at A&M-Corpus Christi 2 p.m. Dec. 15 at TCU 4 p.m. Dec. 18 UT Arlington 7 p.m. Dec. 21 @vs. Omaha 1 p.m. Dec. 22 @at Wichita State 2:30 p.m. Dec. 29 at Oklahoma State 2 p.m. Jan. 2 *Grand Canyon 7 p.m. Jan. 9 *at Idaho 6 p.m. Jan. 11 *at Seattle U 4 p.m. Jan. 16 *Kansas City 7 p.m. Jan. 18 *Chicago State 7 p.m.

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

! – UTSA Classic (San Antonio, Texas) @ – Wichita State Winter Classic (Wichita, Kan.) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

BRONC ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Robert S. Nelson President

Date Opponent Jan. 25 *New Mexico State Jan. 30 *at Utah Valley Feb. 1 *at Bakersfield Feb. 6 *Seattle U Feb. 8 *Idaho Feb. 13 *at Chicago State Feb. 15 *at Kansas City Feb. 20 *at New Mexico State Feb. 27 *Bakersfield March 1 *Utah Valley March 8 *at Grand Canyon March 12-15 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

Dr. Frederick Ernst Faculty Representative

Chris King Director of Athletics

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Ofelia Lopez SWA

Jonah Goldberg Assistant AD for Communications


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TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN COACHING STAFF

LARRY TIDWELL Alma Mater: Austin College, ‘76 Overall Record: 128-66 (.660), six years School Record: 0-0 (.000), first year WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n Larry Tidwell is in his first season as the Broncs head coach. n Tidwell joined the Broncs after six seasons at Lamar, where he took

a program that hadn’t had a winning record since 1994-95 and led them to six winning seasons and three postseason appearances. n He left Lamar as the winningest head coach in program history. n Tidwell helped to rebuild Baylor as an assistant coach from 1992-98

and TCU as an associate head coach from 1999-07. n He has amassed 669 wins in 37 seasons as a head coach at both the

collegiate and high school levels. n Tidwell’s teams have posted 32 winning seasons, including each of

his last 17 seasons. n His teams have won 20 or more games 11 times. n Tidwell’s teams have made 20 postseasons appearances, including

eight NCAA Tournament bids. n His teams have won four conference tournament championships,

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

including one WAC championship when he was an associate head coach at TCU in 2000-01. n Tidwell has earned three Coach of the Year awards – the 2009-10 Texas

Association of Basketball Coaches Coach of the Year, the 2009-10 Kedric Couch - Austin College Alumni - Coach of the Year Award, and the 2001-02 AFLAC National Assistant Coach of the Year. COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall 2007-08 Lamar 19-13 2008-09 Lamar 20-11 2009-10 Lamar 26-8 2010-11 Lamar 25-8 2011-12 Lamar 16-15 22-11 2012-13 Lamar Overall Record Lamar Record UTPA Record

Conf. (Finish) 10-6 (1st East) 10-6 (3rd West) 13-3 (1st West) 13-3 (2nd East) 8-8 (3rd East) 12-6 (3rd)

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

John Ishee Southern Mississippi, ‘86 1st Year

ASSISTANT COACHES

128-66 (.660)/six years 128-66 (.660)/six years 0-0 (.000)/first year Anthony Anderson Florida International, ‘11 1st Year 49 WACSports.com

Hannah Burleson Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, ‘12 1st Year


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TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

LAQUITA GARNER

KAELYNN BOYD

JASMINE THOMPSON

G, 5-5, So.

G, 5-7, Sr.

G/F, 5-8, Jr.

Played in all 28 games last season as a freshman, starting 14 ... led the team in assists (3.5) and steals (1.5) and ranked second in scoring (8.4) ... also averaged 3.3 rebounds ... earned GWC All-Newcomer Team honors ... grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in GWC Tournament loss to NJIT on March 15 ... made a career-high four three-pointers with seven assists and a career-high five steals at Chicago State on Feb. 9 ... dished out a career-high 10 assists vs. Houston Baptist on Jan. 19 ... scored a career-high 22 points vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville on Nov. 17.

Played in 20 games last year, averaging 2.1 points ... shot 42 percent from the field and 45 percent from three-point range ... scored season- and team-high nine points, all from beyond the arc, at No. 21 Oklahoma State on Nov. 20 ... as a sophomore in 201112, scored in double-figures in 15 of 25 games ... recorded season highs of four blocks and four steals to go with 12 points and four assists against Our Lady of the Lake on Jan. 2, 2012 ... had a season-high 20 points against Sam Houston State on Dec. 1, 2011 ... played in 29 games as a freshman in 2010-11, when she averaged 2.3 points and 1.2 rebounds per game.

Averaged 6.7 points and 4.9 rebounds last year ... tied her career high with three steals against New Orleans on Feb. 27 ... grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds and tied her career high with three assists at NJIT on Jan. 12 ... recorded a career-high three blocked shots at Bakersfield on Jan. 8 ... posted her first career doubledouble with 13 points and 11 rebounds at Rice on Dec. 28 ... named College Sports Madness Great West Conference Player of the Week on Dec. 10 after scoring a career-high 21 points against Texas Southern and finishing with 13 points, seven rebounds and three assists at UT Arlington ... played in 26 games as a freshman, averaging 1.8 points and 1.3 rebounds.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. Career Statistics 2012-13 28-14 234/8.4 91 97 43 Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. Totals 28-14 234/8.4 91 97 43 2010-11 29-1 67/2.3 34 14 10 2011-12 25-21 239/9.6 84 45 34 2012-13 20-0 42/2.1 6 4 1 Totals 74-22 348/4.7 124 63 45

2013-14 ROSTER

No. Name

1 2 3 5 10 11 12 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 32 33 40

Jasmine Thompson Alexandria Hill Tonisha Walker Micheline Mercelita Brianna Sifford Shawnte’ Goff Alyssa Sanchez T’Ondria Nolen KaeLynn Boyd Cherrell Price Brittany Bush Jada Bennett LaQuita Garner Rickell Pretson Cha’zaye Wright Taylor Cyphers Emily Azubell Khiani Clark

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

Ht.

5-8 5-6 5-7 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-5 5-8 5-5 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-7 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-10

Yr.

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

TEAM PROFILE

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

Hometown (Last School)

Chicago, Ill. (Bronzeville Scholastic Institute) Bolingbrook, Ill. (Bolingbrook) Gardner, Kan. (Cowley County CC) Edinburg, Texas (Edinburg) DeSoto, Texas (Western Texas College) Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) Hidalgo, Texas (Hidalgo) Wichita, Kan. (Cowley County CC) Boutte, La. (Hahnville) Midwest City, Okla. (Seminole State College) Moline, Ill. (Cowley County CC) Sherman, Texas (North Florida) Chicago, Ill. (Whitney Young Magnet) Killona, La. (Hahnville) DeSoto, Texas (McLennan CC) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Heights) Edinburg, Texas (Robert Vela) Austin, Texas (Round Rock Westwood)

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Top Returnees KaeLynn Boyd LaQuita Garner Rickell Preston Jasmine Thompson

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 8.4 3.3 3.5 2.1 0.3 0.2 1.7 1.1 0.3 6.7 4.9 1.3

Key Losses Jasmine Gordon Joyea Marshall Cassandra Moody Ce’Monay Newell Johnondra Patterson Bianca Torre

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 3.7 2.3 0.6 8.6 7.4 1.7 8.3 7.6 2.1 4.7 1.5 0.7 5.4 4.2 1.8 7.9 1.4 1.3

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2011-12 26-1 48/1.8 33 8 19 2012-13 27-10 182/6.7 131 26 16 Totals 53-11 230/4.3 164 34 35

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director/WBB Contact............... Jonah Goldberg Address ............................................... UTPA Athletics 1201 W. University Dr. Edinburg, TX 78539 Office Number ................................ (956) 665-2240 Goldberg’s Cell Number ............. (516) 659-1177 Goldberg’s E-Mail ............ goldbergjg@utpa.edu Fax Number ..................................... (956) 665-2261 Press Row .......................................... (956) 665-7271

Media Outlets The Monitor:...............................................Josh Bowe jbowe@themonitor.com The Edinburg Review:......................... Pedro Perez pedro@valleytowncrier.com The Brownsville Herald:...................... Bryan Read bread@brownsvilleherald.com The Pan American:.............................Kristela Garza cardcutter66@gmail.com

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TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 12-16

Home: 7-4

Road: 5-9

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 Marshall, Joyea 28-24 735-26.3 90-236 .381 2-10 .200 59-107 .551 60-146 206-7.4 80-1 47 102 14 33 241-8.6 Boyd, KaeLynn 28-14 731-26.1 76-251 .303 29-84 .345 53-77 .688 29-62 91-3.3 85-4 97 99 1 43 234-8.4 0-0 .000 32-50 .640 62-143 205-7.6 56-0 15 31 40 16 224-8.3 Moody, Cassandra 27-24 695-25.7 96-214 .449 Torre, Bianca 27-27 718-26.6 75-203 .369 50-139 .360 13-20 .650 5-32 37-1.4 34-0 73 63 2 39 213-7.9 Thompson,Jasmine 27-10 506-18.7 75-163 .460 4-7 .571 28-49 .571 44-87 131-4.9 34-0 26 63 6 16 182-6.7 28-26 584-20.9 64-149 .430 1-8 .125 21-36 .583 33-85 118-4.2 49-0 24 57 4 33 150-5.4 Patterson, Johnondra Newell, Ce’Monay 28-5 436-15.6 46-140 .329 37-114 .325 3-7 .429 7-35 42-1.5 12-0 20 18 1 7 132-4.7 Gordon, Jasmine 28-3 432-15.4 35-85 .412 0-3 .000 33-56 .589 30-33 63-2.3 29-0 18 28 6 13 103-3.7 Simon, Franchesca 28-6 360-12.9 32-95 .337 15-42 .357 8-13 .615 23-27 50-1.8 30-0 26 25 1 12 87-3.1 Garner, LaQuita 20-0 100-5.0 14-33 .424 13-29 .448 1-1 1.000 1-5 6-0.3 9-0 4 8 0 1 42-2.1 Preston, Rickell 18-0 98-5.4 15-31 .484 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 5-15 20-1.1 10-0 5 18 1 5 31-1.7 Hill, Alexandra 24-1 159-6.6 6-37 .162 6-33 .182 5-8 .625 1-6 7-0.3 9-0 13 14 0 1 23-1.0 15-0 96-6.4 4-14 .286 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 2-8 10-0.7 15-0 3 12 5 5 9-0.6 Cyphers, Taylor TEAM 52-70 122-4.4 11 Total 28 628-1651 .380 158-475 .333 257-426 .603 354-754 1108-39.6 453-5 371 549 81 224 1671-59.7 28 643-1697 .379 133-499 .267 362-556 .651 401-763 1164-41.6 417-5 346 503 86 270 1781-63.6 Opponents Great West Games: 4-4

Home: 2-2

Road: 2-2

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 Moody, Cassandra 7-6 205-29.3 38-72 .528 0-0 .000 15-19 .789 21-42 63-9.0 18-0 5 9 12 7 91-13.0 8-5 255-31.9 28-83 .337 15-36 .417 13-26 .500 7-18 25-3.1 26-1 41 35 0 15 84-10.5 Boyd, KaeLynn Torre, Bianca 8-8 251-31.4 29-68 .426 21-49 .429 3-7 .429 2-11 13-1.6 7-0 26 18 1 16 82-10.3 Marshall, Joyea 8-6 225-28.1 21-70 .300 0-2 .000 26-49 .531 25-54 79-9.9 25-0 25 32 6 9 68-8.5 8-8 204-25.5 27-55 .491 0-0 .000 7-9 .778 11-36 47-5.9 12-0 8 17 1 10 61-7.6 Patterson, Johnondra Newell, Ce’Monay 8-1 111-13.9 13-28 .464 13-27 .481 2-2 1.000 1-6 7-0.9 5-0 4 6 1 1 41-5.1 Thompson, Jasmine 8-3 121-15.1 15-39 .385 1-2 .500 4-8 .500 15-24 39-4.9 9-0 6 16 2 2 35-4.4 Gordon, Jasmine 8-1 112-14.0 12-22 .545 0-0 .000 10-13 .769 8-8 16-2.0 9-0 8 8 0 3 34-4.3 108-13.5 6-20 .300 1-6 .167 4-6 .667 6-9 15-1.9 11-0 11 8 0 4 17-2.1 Simon, Franchesca 8-2 Garner, LaQuita 6-0 17-2.8 3-7 .429 3-7 .429 0-0 .000 0-2 2-0.3 1-0 0 2 0 0 9-1.5 Cyphers, Taylor 3-0 14-4.7 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0.0 0-0 1 1 1 0 2-0.7 Hill, Alexandra 6-0 24-4.0 0-6 .000 0-6 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 0-0.0 3-0 1 0 0 0 2-0.3 Preston, Rickell 3-0 3-1.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1-0.3 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0.0 14-20 34-4.3 3 TEAM Total 8 193-473 .408 54-135 .400 86-141 .610 110-231 341-42.6 126-1 136 155 24 67 526-65.8 8 165-491 .336 40-157 .255 98-155 .632 119-204 323-40.4 132-2 95 140 24 72 468-58.5 Opponents

Date Nov. 9 Nov. 11 Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 12 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 6

2012-13 RESULTS Opponent (Attendance) Result at UTSA (715) L, 34-68 Our Lady of the Lake (582) L, 59-72 A&M-Corpus Christi (414) W, 77-65 Texas A&M-Kingsville (574) W, 100-63 at No. 21 Oklahoma State (1714) L, 42-96 !at Northwestern State (570) L, 53-63 !vs. Southeast Missouri (419) L, 54-55 at A&M-Corpus Christi (853) W, 49-45 at SMU (481) L, 35-71 at UT Arlington (288) W, 59-57 Texas Southern (320) W, 65-46 at TCU (1796) L, 37-73 at Rice (179) L, 54-75 at UTEP (2191) L, 56-83 *at Utah Valley (380) L, 66-71 (OT) at Bakersfield (455) L, 62-85 *at NJIT (277) L, 55-60 Huston-Tillotson (306) W, 74-58 *Houston Baptist (312) W, 71-45 at New Orleans (435) W, 71-56 *NJIT (615) L, 75-81 (OT) Bakersfield (249) L, 62-71

Date Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 March 9 March 15

Opponent (Attendance) *at Chicago State (418) *Utah Valley (622) *at Houston Baptist (289) New Orleans (317) *Chicago State (335) @vs. No. 2 NJIT (400)

! – David Jones Classic (Houston, Texas) * – Great West Conference game @ – GWC Tournament (Chicago, Ill.)

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Result W, 71-40 L, 50-51 W, 67-59 W, 60-59 W, 71-61 L, 42-52

RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference Post. 1982-83 10-5 — — — 1983-84 7-11 — 1984-85 12-12 — — — 1985-86 7-19 — 1986-87 7-17 — — 1987-88 0-27 0-9 ASC (6th) — 0-27 0-10 ASC (6th) — 1988-89 1989-90 3-24 0-10 ASC (6th) — 1990-91 7-20 2-8 ASC (T-6th) — 1991-92 10-18 2-14 SBC (8th) — 1992-93 6-21 3-11 SBC (7th) — 1993-94 4-23 1-13 SBC (8th) — 1994-95 3-24 2-13 SBC (8th) — 1995-96 10-17 3-11 SBC (7th) — 1996-97 5-22 3-11 SBC (6th) — 1997-98 1-26 0-14 SBC (8th) — 1998-99 8-19 — — 1999-00 6-21 — — 2000-01 11-17 — — 2001-02 7-21 — — 2002-03 7-21 — — 2003-04 13-15 — — 2004-05 14-14 — — 2005-06 7-21 — — 2006-07 11-18 — — 2007-08 11-18 — — 2008-09 14-16 — — 2009-10 14-16 8-4 GWC (2nd) — 2010-11 12-19 4-8 GWC (5th) — 2011-12 13-17 5-5 GWC (4th) — 2012-13 12-16 4-4 GWC (3rd) —


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UTAH VALLEY WOLVERINES

QUICK FACTS

WOLVERINE BITS

Location:.....................................................Orem, Utah Joined WAC:..............................................July 1, 2013 Enrollment:.........................................................31,556 Founded:.................................................................1941 Nickname:...................................................Wolverines Colors:............................................... Green and White President:................................ Dr. Matthew Holland Athletics Director:............................ Vince Otoupal Athletic Department:....................(801) 863-8998 Ticket Office:......................................(801) 863-7469 Web Site:...................... www.WolverineGreen.com

BASKETBALL FACTS

Head Coach...............................................Cathy Nixon Basketball Office.............................. (801) 863-8691 School’s All-Time Record.... 592-334 (.639), 35 years

n Utah Valley was recognized by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) as having

the top GPA in the country during the 2012-13 season. It was the second time in the last four years the Wolverines earned the honor.

n The Wolverines finished 15-15 overall last season with a 7-1 Great West Conference mark to pick

up their first regular-season conference title.

n Utah Valley will have a new look in 2013-14, as it returns just four letterwinners from last year’s

squad and brings in eight newcomers.

n The Wolverines bade farewell to program-great Sammie Jensen, a two-time GWC Player of the

Year who last year ranked second in the nation in rebounding with an average of 14.1.

n Entering

her 19th season at the helm, head coach Cathy Nixon’s tenure at Utah Valley is the longest of any coach in the WAC. She picked up her 300th career win at Northern Arizona on Dec. 15, 2012.

n Whitney Jenkins, who ranks sixth all time at Utah Valley in steals (1.2), is one of only two seniors

2012-13 Record........................................15-15 (.500) 2012-13 GWC Record...................................7-1 (1st)

on the 2012-13 roster. The other is fellow guard Kyra Prause, returning to action after a redshirt year.

Arena........................................... UCCU Center (8,500) Division I Arena Record..... 83-47 (.638), 10 years

n Of its returners, guard Tina Doughty is UVU’s most proven scorer. The junior was second on the

NCAA Appearances.....................................................0 NCAA Record..................................................0-0 (.000) WNIT Appearances......................................................0 WNIT Record...................................................0-0 (.000) Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................5/8 Starters Returning/Lost........................................2/3

UCCU CENTER

Dr. Matthew Holland President

team in scoring (10.4) and was lethal from the outside, setting UVU’s single-game record for made three-pointers with eight against Walla Walla.

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Nov. 8 Nevada Nov. 9 Walla Walla Nov. 14 at George Mason Nov. 16 at Longwood Nov. 21 at Southern Utah Nov. 27 Sacramento State Nov. 30 Northern Arizona Dec. 5 at Boise State Dec. 7 at Weber State Dec. 11 at Utah Dec. 14 Santa Clara Dec. 20 Idaho State Dec. 28 New Orleans Jan. 4 *Bakersfield Jan. 11 *at Grand Canyon Jan. 16 *Idaho *Seattle U Jan. 18

Time 4 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m.

Date Opponent Jan. 23 *at Kansas City Jan. 25 *at Chicago State Jan. 30 *Texas-Pan American Feb. 1 *New Mexico State Feb. 6 *Grand Canyon Feb. 13 *at Seattle U Feb. 15 *at Idaho Feb. 20 *Chicago State Feb. 22 *Kansas City Feb. 27 *at New Mexico State March 1 *at Texas-Pan American March 8 *at Bakersfield March 12-15 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) * – WAC Game All times local/subject to change

WOLVERINE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Michael Shively Faculty Representative

Vince Otoupal Athletics Director

Megan Kennedy Associate AD/SWA

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Kellen Hiser SID

Time 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. TBD


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UTAH VALLEY COACHING STAFF

CATHY NIXON Alma Mater: Brigham Young, ‘80 Overall Record: 312-232 (.574), 18 years School Record: same WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n Cathy Nixon enters her 19th season at the helm of Wolverine women’s

basketball, making her the longest tenured coach in Utah Valley history and the longest tenured of any of the nine current WAC coaches.

n She holds a career record of 312-232 and earned her 300th career

victory on Dec. 15, 2012, at Northern Arizona.

n Nixon is one of three WAC coaches to have eclipsed the collegiate

300 career win mark, joining Seattle U’s Joan Bonvinci (666) and New Mexico State’s Mark Trakh (309).

n In eight years at the junior college level, she recorded a 190-73 record

and clinched a berth in the NJCAA Final Four during her first season.

n Nixon is a 122-159 since 2003 when UVU moved to Division I. n Twice her teams have earned the top spot in the WBCA Academic

Top 25: 2009-10 and 2012-13. Utah Valley has appeared in the WBCA Academic Top 25 for seven consecutive seasons.

n Eleven all-conference honorees have played for Nixon, including three-

time honorable mention All-American Robyn Fairbanks (2005-09).

n She began her coaching career in 1989 at her alma mater, BYU.

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

n A four-year starter and a three-time All-American, Nixon graduated

as the fifth-highest scorer in Cougar history with 1,771 career points.

COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall 1995-96 Utah Valley 29-6 1996-97 Utah Valley 25-7 1997-98 Utah Valley 23-10 1998-99 Utah Valley 15-17 1999-00 Utah Valley 22-9 2000-01 Utah Valley 27-10 2001-02 Utah Valley 24-7 2002-03 Utah Valley 25-7 2003-04 Utah Valley 11-13 2004-05 Utah Valley 4-22 2005-06 Utah Valley 11-16 2006-07 Utah Valley 15-13 2007-08 Utah Valley 16-12 2008-09 Utah Valley 17-10 2009-10 Utah Valley 2010-11 Utah Valley 2011-12 Utah Valley 15-15 2012-13 Utah Valley 15-15

Conf. (Finish) 16-2 SWC (1st) 15-3 SWC (1st) 12-6 SWC (2nd) 7-11 SWC (7th) 12-6 SWC (2nd) 11-7 SWC (3rd) 13-5 SWC (4th) 13-3 SWC (1st) — — — — — — 3-9 GWC (6th) 5-7 GWC (4th) 6-4 GWC (2nd) 7-1 GWC (1st)

Postseason NJCAA — — — — NJCAA — — — — — — — — — — — —

Jason Glover Grand Canyon, ‘85 1st Year

ASSISTANT COACHES

Liz Darger Brigham Young, ‘00 5th Year

Overall Record 312-232 (.574)/18 years Utah Valley Record 312-232 (.574)/18 years 53 WACSports.com

Walter Hopkins Nevada, ‘10 1st Year


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UTAH VALLEY TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

WHITNEY JENKINS

TINA DOUGHTY

KATIE KUKLOK

G, 5-10, Jr.

G, 5-9, Sr.

G, 5-10, RS-So.

Named to the Great West All-Newcomer Team and second team All-GWC last year ... led the team in three-point shooting (.389) and ranked second in scoring (10.4) ... shot 38 percent from the field ... scored in double figures 12 times with three games of 20 or more points ... had a season-high 30 points at Houston Baptist on Feb. 2 ... set school record for three-pointers in a game with eight against Walla Walla on Feb. 4 ... set school single-season record with 56 three-pointers ... transferred to Utah Valley from New Mexico, where she played in 27 games as a freshman in 2010-11.

Started all 30 games last season, averaging 6.4 points, 2.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.6 steals ... ranked fourth in the Great West in steals ... scored in double figures 11 times ... scored with 2.5 seconds left to force overtime in the Wolverines’ 71-66 victory over UTPA last season ... tallied a season-best 13 points at San Jose State on Nov. 15 ... was honorable mention All-GWC as a sophomore, when she averaged 6.1 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.3 steals ... played in 29 games as a freshman, starting three ... averaged 3.9 points, 1.8 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 0.8 steals.

Sat out last season after transferring from the University of San Diego ... as a freshman in 2011-12, played in 31 games, averaging 3.0 points on 40 percent shooting ... averaged 8.1 minutes per game ... also shot 37 percent from beyond the arc.

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 2010-11* 27-11 78-2.9 34 35 8 2012-13 30-14 311-10.4 104 41 27 Totals 57-25 389-6.8 138 76 35

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 114-3.9 52 32 22 2010-11 29-3 2011-12 27-11 166-6.1 53 25 34 191-6.4 68 61 47 2012-13 30-30 Totals 86-44 471-5.5 173 118 103

Career Statistics Year G-GS Pts.-Avg. Reb. Ast. Stl. 94-3.0 27 8 6 2011-12* 31-0 Totals 31-0 94-3.0 27 8 6 *Stats from University of San Diego

*stats from New Mexico

2013-14 ROSTER

o. N 3 4 5 11 12 13 14 20 21 22 23 33 40

Name Ashley Klemz Ashley Baugh Georgia Agnew Makaily Worthington Rebecca MaWhinney Karlee Kartchner Mika Pinner Katie Kuklok Rhaiah Spooner-Knight Kyra Prause Tina Doughty Whitney Jenkins Sam Loggins

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

Ht. 5-8 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-10 5-9 6-5

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

TEAM PROFILE Top Returnees Tina Doughty Whitney Jenkins Ashley Klemz Sam Loggins Kyra Prause

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

Hometown (Last School) Las Vegas, Nev. (Centennial) American Fork, Utah (American Fork) Hamilton, New Zealand (Salem Hills) Queen Park, Ariz. (Queen Park) Midway, Utah (Wasatch) Hyrum, Utah (Mountain Crest) Orem, Utah (Western Wyoming CC) Poway, Calif. (San Diego) Hamilton, New Zealand (Sacred Heart) Arlington, Wash. (Arlington) Granbury, Texas (New Mexico) Salt Lake City, Utah (Skyline) Boise, Idaho (Mountain View)

UTAH VALLEY CAMPUS

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director ....................................................... Clint Burgi Women’s Basketball Contact ..........Kellen Hiser Address ............................. 800 W. University Pkwy. Orem, UT 84058 Office Number................................. (801) 863-5451 Hiser’s Cell Number ...................... (307) 760-8261 Hiser’s E-Mail .......................kellen.hiser@uvu.edu Fax Number ..................................... (801) 863-8813 Press Row .......................................... (801) 863-5209

Media Outlets The Daily Herald:.................................... Jared Lloyd (801) 344-2555..................jlloyd@heraldextra.com Salt Lake Tribune:.......................................Joe Baird (801) 257-8753..............................jbaird@sltrib.com

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 10.4 3.5 1.4 6.4 2.3 2.0 2.2 0.7 0.8 2.1 1.8 0.0 1.9* 1.2* 0.3*

Deseret News:.......................................Kent Condon (801) 237-2161........ kcondon@deseretnews.com UVU Review:.......................................... Kyle Spencer (719) 761-0892...................kspence04@gmail.com

*stats from 2011-12 season

Key Losses Alle Cardwell Sarah Clement Cydne Gray Taylor Huber Sammie Jensen Kaycee Mansfield Tasha Sanborn

Pts. Rebs. Asts. 6.4 3.5 2.9 0.6 2.4 0.2 4.4 2.4 2.7 5.7 1.3 0.3 17.5 14.1 1.6 9.9 7.0 1.3 0.8 1.3 0.3 54 2013-14 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide


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UTAH VALLEY 2012-13 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Games: 15-15

Home: 9-3

Road: 5-11

Neutral: 1-1

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 Jensen, Sammie 28-28 987-35.2 167-385 .434 13-41 .317 143-195 .733 90-304 394-14.1 53-1 45 97 20 33 490-17.5 Doughty, Tina 30-14 812-27.1 122-323 .378 56-144 .389 11-17 .647 13-91 104-3.5 31-1 41 53 11 27 311-10.4 Mansfield, Kaycee 30-29 856-28.5 103-208 .495 0-2 .000 91-142 .641 81-130 211-7.0 81-3 38 51 8 22 297-9.9 47-61 .770 13-55 68-2.3 47-1 61 69 11 47 191-6.4 Jenkins, Whitney 30-30 865-28.8 66-188 .351 12-57 .211 28-17 791-28.3 62-165 .376 15-55 .273 39-69 .565 28-70 98-3.5 57-2 80 74 17 35 178-6.4 Cardwell, Alle Huber, Taylor 29-0 349-2.0 57-178 .320 31-106 .292 20-27 .741 7-31 38-1.3 28-0 10 43 2 14 165-5.7 30-30 731-24.4 42-127 .331 8-31 .258 39-51 .765 15-57 72-2.4 56-1 82 86 3 27 131-4.4 Gray, Cydne Klemz, Ashley 24-0 206-8.6 14-53 .264 9-30 .300 15-21 .714 3-14 17-0.7 11-0 19 21 2 10 52-2.2 23-0 139-6.0 21-49 .429 0-0 .000 6-10 .600 19-22 41-1.8 10-0 1 9 9 2 48-2.1 Loggins, Sam Sanborn, Tasha 4-0 13-3.3 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 4-1 5-1.3 2-0 1 2 0 0 3-0.8 Clement, Sarah 26-1 221-8.5 7-23 .304 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 20-42 62-2.4 31-0 5 14 10 5 16-0.6 10-1 54-5.4 2-9 .222 0-4 .000 2-2 1.000 4-6 10-1.0 2-0 4 3 2 3 6-0.6 Bachynski, Jessica Team 60-54 114-3.8 6 Total 30 664-1712 .388 144-470 .306 416-602 .691 357-877 1234-41.1 409-9 387 528 95 225 1888-62.9 30 701-1964 .357 151-598 .253 298-434 .687 449-803 1252-41.7 492-0 401 454 123 290 1851-61.7 Opponents Great West Games: 7-1

Home: 4-0

Road: 3-1

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 251-35.9 51-98 .520 3-11 .273 31-44 .705 28-91 119-17.0 10-0 13 15 5 10 136-19.4 Jensen, Sammie 7-7 Mansfield, Kaycee 8-8 249-31.1 39-64 .609 0-0 .000 32-48 .667 29-39 68-8.5 21-0 8 13 1 6 110-13.8 Doughty, Tina 8-8 262-32.8 37-104 .356 20-56 .357 6-7 .857 5-30 35-4.4 5-0 16 14 6 8 100-12.5 Jenkins, Whitney 8-8 256-32.0 18-57 .316 5-18 .278 10-13 .769 4-20 24-3.0 7-0 19 20 6 7 51-6.4 Huber, Taylor 7-0 83-11.9 13-41 .317 7-26 .269 7-9 .778 2-10 12-1.7 5-0 1 14 0 2 40-5.7 Cardwell, Alle 6-0 140-23.3 9-24 .375 2-10 .200 2-5 .400 2-19 21-3.5 7-0 12 11 2 4 22-3.7 Gray, Cydne 8-8 222-27.8 8-37 .216 1-11 .091 8-13 .615 6-12 18-2.3 13-0 31 26 1 6 25-3.1 7-0 48-6.9 3-12 .250 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 5-6 11-1.6 6-0 0 5 4 1 8-1.1 Loggins, Sam Bachynski, Jessica 2-0 9-4.5 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-1 2-1.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2-1.0 Sanborn, Tasha 2-0 5-2.5 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 1-1 2-1.0 1-0 0 2 0 0 1-0.5 Klemz, Ashley 6-0 39-6.5 0-7 .000 0-5 .000 3-4 .750 0-4 4-0.7 1-0 4 4 0 3 3-0.5 Clement, Sarah 8-1 61-7.6 1-7 .143 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 9-18 27-3.4 10-0 3 5 6 1 2-0.3 Team 10-8 18-2.3 4 Total 8 180-454 .396 38-137 .277 102-148 .689 102-259 361-45.1 86-0 107 133 31 48 500-62.5 Opponents 8 167-514 .325 31-135 .230 57-92 .620 100-198 298-37.2 119-0 96 102 35 69 422-52.8

2012-13 RESULTS

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

Nov. 9

Boise State (244)

Nov. 12

Utah State (983)

Nov. 15

at San Jose State (836)

Nov. 17

Result

Date

Opponent (Attendance)

L, 63-80

Feb. 9

*NJIT (241)

W, 78-62

Feb. 14

at New Orleans (378)

L, 72-81

Feb. 16

*at UTPA (622)

W, 51-50

at Santa Clara (402)

L, 67-80

Feb. 23

*at Chicago State (279)

W, 63-55

Nov. 20

at Sacramento State (368)

L, 62-74

Feb. 27

Bakersfield (614)

W, 72-69

Nov. 23

Long Beach State (268)

L, 69-77

March 2 *Houston Baptist (411)

Nov. 29

at Tulsa (377)

L, 53-80

March 15 ^vs. Houston Baptist (1271) W, 67-53

Dec. 1

at South Dakota (878)

L, 48-72

March 16 ^vs. NJIT (400)

Dec. 4

Weber State (311)

Dec. 6

Southern Utah (367)

L, 66-71

* – GWC Game

Dec. 8

at Idaho State (1013)

L, 67-69

^ – GWC Tournament (Chicago, Ill.)

Dec. 15

at Northern Arizona (163)

W, 62-44

Dec. 19

Carroll College (144)

W, 65-53

Dec. 22

at Colorado (2463)

Dec. 29

at Southern Utah (502)

Jan. 2

at Air Force (293)

Jan. 5

*UTPA (380)

Jan. 12

*Chicago State (309)

Jan. 19

at Bakersfield (270)

L, 65-67

Jan. 26

*at NJIT (300)

L, 46-49

Feb. 2

*at Houston Baptist (311)

W, 75-71

Feb. 4

Walla Walla (343)

W, 87-27

W, 68-56

L, 45-81 L, 49-66 W, 70-60 W, 71-66 (OT) W, 71-38

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Result W, 64-47 L, 51-55

W, 59-46 L, 42-52

RECENT RESULTS

Year Record Conference — 1978-79 0-8 1979-80 0-11 — 1980-81 1-9 — — 1981-82 1-12 1982-83 0-14 — — 1983-84 6-8 1984-85 20-3 Region 18 (1st) 1985-86 25-1 Region 18 (1st) 1986-87 23-4 13-3 SWC (1st) 1987-88 23-4 13-3 SWC (2nd) 12-6 SWC (3rd) 1988-89 17-8 1989-90 26-4 16-2 SWC (1st) 1990-91 29-3 16-2 SWC (1st) 16-2 SWC (1st) 1991-92 26-3 1992-93 26-5 16-2 SWC (1st) 1993-94 29-1 18-0 SWC (1st) 1994-95 28-4 14-4 SWC (2nd) 1995-96 29-6 16-2 SWC (1st) 15-3 SWC (1st) 1996-97 25-7 1997-98 23-10 12-6 SWC (2nd) 1998-99 15-17 7-11 SWC (7th) 1999-00 22-9 12-6 SWC (2nd) 2000-01 27-10 11-7 SWC (3rd) 13-5 SWC (4th) 2001-02 24-7 2002-03 25-7 13-3 SWC (1st) 2003-04 11-13 — 2004-05 4-22 — 2005-06 11-16 — 2006-07 15-13 — 2007-08 16-12 — 2008-09 17-10 — 2009-10 10-22 3-9 GWC (6th) 2010-11 8-21 5-7 GWC (4th) 2011-12 15-15 6-4 GWC (2nd) 2012-13 15-15 7-1 GWC (1st)

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2012-13 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS – ALL GAMES 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. Ford, Diamond-TXST SR 30 234 63 113 644 21.5 2. Christensen, Devyn-USU SR 32 213 107 110 643 20.1 3. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU SO 30 188 40 178 594 19.8 4. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU SR 29 174 66 94 508 17.5 5. Sowell, Kacie-SU JR 30 195 0 101 491 16.4 6. Ezeh, Ashley-TXST JR 21 127 0 66 320 15.2 7. Schlott, Jennifer-USU JR 32 141 41 134 457 14.3 8. Johnson, Jenna-USU SR 32 146 18 142 452 14.1 9. Shephard, Sylvia-SU JR 31 162 44 53 421 13.6 10. Shelton, Kelia-LATECH SO 23 102 26 82 312 13.6 REBOUNDING ## Player-Team YR G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G 1. Byrd, Riana-SJSU FR 30 123 204 327 10.9 2. Sowell, Kacie-SU JR 30 93 205 298 9.9 30 112 181 293 3. Michel, Maiya-DEN 9.8 4. Ezeh, Ashley-TXST JR 21 71 117 188 9.0 5. Rozendaal, Kelsie-NMSU SR 29 103 131 234 8.1 6. Peoples, Erin-TXST FR 30 65 175 240 8.0 7. Johnson, Jenna-USU SR 32 53 198 251 7.8 8. Garcia, Aron-UTA JR 29 57 159 216 7.4 9. Adhiambo, Brenda-SU SR 29 99 113 212 7.3 10. Forde, Ali-UI FR 33 103 138 241 7.3 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 3.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G FG FGA 1. Sowell, Kacie-SU JR 30 195 351 2. Vaaulu, Franny-USU SO 32 126 228 3. Rozendaal, Kelsie-NMSU SR 29 102 191 4. Lewis, Brittany-LATECH SR 29 133 262 5. Nwanguma, Desherra-UTA JR 30 106 215 6. Adhiambo, Brenda-SU SR 29 93 189 7. Ezeh, Ashley-TXST JR 21 127 274 8. Schill, Emily-SJSU FR 30 122 269 9. Charlston, Alyssa-UI JR 33 173 382 10. Byrd, Riana-SJSU FR 30 138 313 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G FTM FTA 1. Christensen, Devyn-USU SR 32 110 119 2. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU SR 29 94 111 3. Schlott, Jennifer-USU JR 32 134 160 4. Johnson, Jenna-USU SR 32 142 172 5. Ward, Ashley-SU JR 31 167 204 6. Barr, Stacey-UI SO 31 62 77 7. Ford, Diamond-TXST SR 30 113 147 8. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU SO 30 178 235 9. Smith, Emiko-DEN SR 31 78 106 10. Rozendaal, Kelsie-NMSU SR 29 61 83 ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. Smith, Emiko-DEN 2. Schlott, Jennifer-USU 3. Borum, Janay-LATECH 4. Shephard, Sylvia-SU 5. Ward, Ashley-SU 6. Thomas, Chereese-SJSU 7. Williamson, Danesia-NMSU 8. Ballestero, Connie-UI 9. Brown, Daidra-SU 10. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU

YR SR JR JR JR JR JR SO FR SR SO

G 31 32 31 31 31 30 31 33 30 30

Ast 192 144 125 115 113 102 105 108 89 84

Avg/G 6.19 4.50 4.03 3.71 3.65 3.40 3.39 3.27 2.97 2.80

STEALS ## Player-Team 1. Shephard, Sylvia-SU 2. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU 3. Johnson, Jenna-USU 4. Brown, Daidra-SU 5. Christensen, Devyn-USU 6. King, Kamra-UTSA 7. Borum, Janay-LATECH Sowell, Kacie-SU Adhiambo, Brenda-SU 10. Thomas, Chereese-SJSU

YR JR SO SR SR SR SO JR JR SR JR

G 31 30 32 30 32 30 31 30 29 30

Stl 101 94 96 76 78 63 62 60 58 56

Avg/G 3.26 3.13 3.00 2.53 2.44 2.10 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.87

Pct .556 .553 .534 .508 .493 .492 .464 .454 .453 .441 Pct .924 .847 .838 .826 .819 .805 .769 .757 .736 .735

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 1.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G 3FG FGA Pct 1. Williams, Makenlee-USU FR 32 41 97 .423 2. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST FR 30 40 102 .392 3. Shelton, Kelia-LATECH SO 23 26 73 .356 4. Christensen, Devyn-USU SR 32 107 302 .354 5. Schlott, Jennifer-USU JR 32 41 116 .353 6. Ballestero, Connie-UI FR 33 36 103 .350 7. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU SO 30 40 116 .345 8. Van Riper-Rose, Morg-DEN 31 62 180 .344 9. Martin, Kaylan-TXST JR 29 31 91 .341 10. Salvatore, Christina-UI FR 33 87 270 .322 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE ## Player-Team YR 1. Christensen, Devyn-USU SR 2. Salvatore, Christina-UI FR 3. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU SR 4. Ford, Diamond-TXST SR 5. Van Riper-Rose, Morg-DEN 6. Barr, Stacey-UI SO 7. Spaletta, Ashley-UTSA SO 8. Shephard, Sylvia-SU JR 9. Weber, Sasha-NMSU FR 10. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST FR Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU SO

G 32 33 29 30 31 31 30 31 31 30 30

3FG 107 87 66 63 62 55 46 44 42 40 40

Avg/G 3.34 2.64 2.28 2.10 2.00 1.77 1.53 1.42 1.35 1.33 1.33

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team 1. Byrd, Riana-SJSU 2. Forde, Ali-UI 3. Garcia, Aron-UTA 4. Vaaulu, Franny-USU 5. Wright, Whitney-UTSA 6. Peoples, Erin-TXST 7. Charlston, Alyssa-UI 8. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU 9. Turner, Cristal-USU 10. Johnson, Jenna-USU

G 30 33 29 32 30 30 33 29 31 32

Blk 64 61 40 42 39 35 32 26 27 27

Avg/G 2.13 1.85 1.38 1.31 1.30 1.17 0.97 0.90 0.87 0.84

YR FR FR JR SO SR FR JR SR SR SR

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Minimum 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team YR G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 1. Smith, Emiko-DEN 31 192 6.2 89 2.9 2.16 2. Ballestero, Connie-UI FR 33 108 3.3 65 2.0 1.66 3. Schlott, Jennifer-USU JR 32 144 4.5 112 3.5 1.29 4. Borum, Janay-LATECH JR 31 125 4.0 106 3.4 1.18 5. Williamson, Danesia-NMSU SO 31 105 3.4 102 3.3 1.03 6. Shephard, Sylvia-SU JR 31 115 3.7 129 4.2 0.89 7. Thomas, Chereese-SJSU JR 30 102 3.4 115 3.8 0.89 8. Ward, Ashley-SU JR 31 113 3.6 133 4.3 0.85 MINUTES PLAYED ## Player-Team 1. Ford, Diamond-TXST 2. Thomas, Chereese-SJSU 3. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU 4. Ward, Ashley-SU 5. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU 6. Shephard, Sylvia-SU 7. Baugus, Jasmine-TXST 8. Johnson, Jenna-USU 9. Christensen, Devyn-USU 10. Sowell, Kacie-SU

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YR SR JR SO JR SR JR JR SR SR JR

G 30 30 30 31 29 31 30 32 32 30

Min Avg/G 1142 38.07 1083 36.10 1065 35.50 1076 34.71 1005 34.66 1054 34.00 1018 33.93 1085 33.91 1079 33.72 998 33.27


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2012-13 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS – WAC GAMES 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. Ford, Diamond-TXST SR 18 138 37 78 391 21.7 2. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU SO 18 117 29 106 369 20.5 3. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU SR 18 123 44 60 350 19.4 4. Christensen, Devyn-USU SR 18 109 50 62 330 18.3 5. Sowell, Kacie-SU JR 17 107 0 58 272 16.0 6. Schlott, Jennifer-USU JR 18 84 23 92 283 15.7 7. Johnson, Jenna-USU SR 18 87 14 94 282 15.7 8. Shelton, Kelia-LATECH SO 15 77 20 53 227 15.1 9. Ezeh, Ashley-TXST JR 9 55 0 22 132 14.7 10. Charlston, Alyssa-UI JR 18 101 16 27 245 13.6 REBOUNDING ## Player-Team 1. Byrd, Riana-SJSU 2. Michel, Maiya-DEN 3. Sowell, Kacie-SU 4. Johnson, Jenna-USU 5. Rozendaal, Kelsie-NMSU 6. Peoples, Erin-TXST 7. Ezeh, Ashley-TXST 8. Adhiambo, Brenda-SU 9. Schill, Emily-SJSU 10. Forde, Ali-UI

YR FR JR SR SR FR JR SR FR FR

G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G 18 73 129 202 11.2 18 76 113 189 10.5 17 43 125 168 9.9 18 38 119 157 8.7 17 65 77 142 8.4 18 33 116 149 8.3 9 25 48 73 8.1 16 60 69 129 8.1 18 60 83 143 7.9 18 62 76 138 7.7

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 3.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G FG FGA 1. Sowell, Kacie-SU JR 17 107 190 2. Vaaulu, Franny-USU SO 18 71 133 3. Nwanguma, Desherra-UTA JR 18 78 148 4. Rozendaal, Kelsie-NMSU SR 17 60 115 5. Lewis, Brittany-LATECH SR 16 76 150 6. Adhiambo, Brenda-SU SR 16 55 109 7. Williams, Makenlee-USU FR 18 54 110 8. Ezeh, Ashley-TXST JR 9 55 114 9. Brown, Daidra-SU SR 18 78 165 10. Byrd, Riana-SJSU FR 18 95 202 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G FTM FTA 1. Christensen, Devyn-USU SR 18 62 68 2. Schlott, Jennifer-USU JR 18 92 108 3. Schivo, Addie-UI JR 18 39 46 4. Johnson, Jenna-USU SR 18 94 111 5. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU SR 18 60 72 6. Ford, Diamond-TXST SR 18 78 94 7. Barr, Stacey-UI SO 16 34 42 8. York, Whitney-UTSA SR 18 43 54 9. Ward, Ashley-SU JR 18 77 97 10. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU SO 18 106 136 ASSISTS ## Player-Team YR 1. Smith, Emiko-DEN 2. Schlott, Jennifer-USU JR 3. Borum, Janay-LATECH JR 4. Ballestero, Connie-UI FR 5. Ward, Ashley-SU JR 6. Williamson, Danesia-NMSU SO 7. Brown, Daidra-SU SR Thomas, Chereese-SJSU JR 9. Shephard, Sylvia-SU JR 10. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST FR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Ast Avg/G 124 6.89 88 4.89 82 4.56 79 4.39 71 3.94 67 3.72 65 3.61 65 3.61 61 3.39 52 2.89

STEALS ## Player-Team 1. Johnson, Jenna-USU Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU 3. Brown, Daidra-SU 4. Shephard, Sylvia-SU 5. Borum, Janay-LATECH 6. Christensen, Devyn-USU 7. King, Kamra-UTSA 8. Sowell, Kacie-SU 9. Schlott, Jennifer-USU 10. Adhiambo, Brenda-SU

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 18 16

Stl Avg/G 49 2.72 49 2.72 48 2.67 47 2.61 44 2.44 39 2.17 38 2.11 34 2.00 34 1.89 29 1.81

YR SR SO SR JR JR SR SO JR JR SR

Pct .563 .534 .527 .522 .507 .505 .491 .482 .473 .470 Pct .912 .852 .848 .847 .833 .830 .810 .796 .794 .779

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 1.0 made per game) ## Player-Team YR G 3FG FGA Pct 1. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST FR 18 31 72 .431 2. Williams, Makenlee-USU FR 18 23 55 .418 3. Shelton, Kelia-LATECH SO 15 20 49 .408 4. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU SO 18 29 74 .392 5. Ballestero, Connie-UI FR 18 21 55 .382 6. Shephard, Sylvia-SU JR 18 26 74 .351 7. Spaletta, Ashley-UTSA SO 18 37 107 .346 8. Salvatore, Christina-UI FR 18 54 160 .338 9. Suleiman, Laila-UTA JR 18 27 83 .325 10. Christensen, Devyn-USU SR 18 50 154 .325 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE ## Player-Team YR G 3FG 1. Salvatore, Christina-UI FR 18 54 2. Christensen, Devyn-USU SR 18 50 3. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU SR 18 44 4. Spaletta, Ashley-UTSA SO 18 37 Ford, Diamond-TXST SR 18 37 Van Riper-Rose, Morg-DEN 18 37 7. Barr, Stacey-UI SO 16 29 8. Anderson, Ayriel-TXST FR 18 31 9. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU SO 18 29 10. Scott, Abby-NMSU FR 18 28

Avg/G 3.00 2.78 2.44 2.06 2.06 2.06 1.81 1.72 1.61 1.56

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team YR G Blk 1. Byrd, Riana-SJSU FR 18 38 2. Forde, Ali-UI FR 18 36 3. Garcia, Aron-UTA JR 18 28 Vaaulu, Franny-USU SO 18 28 5. Peoples, Erin-TXST FR 18 23 6. Charlston, Alyssa-UI JR 18 22 7. Wright, Whitney-UTSA SR 18 21 8. Lewis, Brittany-LATECH SR 16 17 9. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU SR 18 17 10. Turner, Cristal-USU SR 18 16 18 Janecek, Alison-DEN 16

Avg/G 2.11 2.00 1.56 1.56 1.28 1.22 1.17 1.06 0.94 0.89 0.89

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Minimum 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team YR G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 18 124 1. Smith, Emiko-DEN 6.9 62 3.4 2.00 2. Ballestero, Connie-UI FR 18 79 4.4 40 2.2 1.98 3. Brown, Daidra-SU SR 18 65 3.6 47 2.6 1.38 4. Schlott, Jennifer-USU JR 18 88 4.9 69 3.8 1.28 5. Borum, Janay-LATECH JR 18 82 4.6 65 3.6 1.26 6. Williamson, Danesia-NMSU SO 18 67 3.7 61 3.4 1.10 7. Thomas, Chereese-SJSU JR 18 65 3.6 70 3.9 0.93 8. Ward, Ashley-SU JR 18 71 3.9 80 4.4 0.89 9. Shephard, Sylvia-SU JR 18 61 3.4 71 3.9 0.86 MINUTES PLAYED ## Player-Team 1. Ford, Diamond-TXST 2. Thomas, Chereese-SJSU 3. Gilbreath, Stefanie-NMSU 4. Ward, Ashley-SU 5. Cunnigan, Ta’Rea-SJSU 6. Baugus, Jasmine-TXST 7. Shephard, Sylvia-SU 8. Smith, Emiko-DEN 9. Johnson, Jenna-USU 10. Sowell, Kacie-SU

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YR SR JR SR JR SO JR JR SR JR

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 17

Min Avg/G 697 38.72 658 36.56 652 36.22 634 35.22 620 34.44 619 34.39 616 34.22 609 33.83 607 33.72 572 33.65


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2012-13 TEAM STATISTICS – ALL GAMES SCORING OFFENSE # Team 1. Utah State 2. Texas State 3. Seattle U 4. San Jose State 5. Denver 6. Idaho 7. Louisiana Tech 8. New Mexico State 9. UTSA 10. UT Arlington

G 32 30 31 30 31 33 31 31 30 30

SCORING DEFENSE # Team 1. UTSA 2. Seattle U 3. New Mexico State 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Idaho 6. Denver 7. Texas State 8. UT Arlington 9. San Jose State 10. Utah State

G 30 31 31 31 33 31 30 30 30 32

SCORING MARGIN # Team 1. Seattle U 2. UTSA 3. Utah State 4. Texas State 5. Denver 6. New Mexico State 7. Idaho 8. Louisiana Tech 9. San Jose State 10. UT Arlington

G 31 30 32 30 31 31 33 31 30 30

OFF 67.4 60.8 76.5 69.5 66.0 62.2 64.8 62.8 67.4 58.8

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE # Team G 1. Utah State 32 2. San Jose State 30 3. New Mexico State 31 4. Denver 31 5. UT Arlington 30 6. Idaho 33 7. Seattle U 31 8. Texas State 30 9. Louisiana Tech 31 10. UTSA 30

FTM 495 487 418 418 317 351 472 376 431 339

FTA 618 678 582 591 454 515 696 564 667 533

Pct .801 .718 .718 .707 .698 .682 .678 .667 .646 .636

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G 1. Seattle U 31 2. Utah State 32 3. Denver 31 4. Texas State 30 5. Louisiana Tech 31 6. Idaho 33 7. San Jose State 30 8. UT Arlington 30 9. UTSA 30 10. New Mexico State 31

FG 758 853 736 753 708 761 711 671 658 654

FGA 1813 2081 1857 1930 1852 2024 1907 1825 1815 1836

Pct .418 .410 .396 .390 .382 .376 .373 .368 .363 .356

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Team G FG 1. UTSA 30 582 2. Idaho 33 831 3. New Mexico State 31 734 4. San Jose State 30 826 5. Seattle U 31 712 6. Louisiana Tech 31 733 7. Utah State 32 844 8. Texas State 30 814 9. UT Arlington 30 781 1 0. Denver 31 780

FGA 1537 2167 1887 2120 1814 1857 2117 2006 1894 1860

Pct .379 .383 .389 .390 .393 .395 .399 .406 .412 .419

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G FG FGA 1. Utah State 32 247 752 2. Idaho 33 266 819 3. Texas State 30 202 630 4. Denver 31 156 497 5. New Mexico State 31 202 703 6. UTSA 30 170 603 7. San Jose State 30 113 410 8. Seattle U 31 102 375 9. UT Arlington 30 106 391 0. Louisiana Tech 31 100 380 1

Pct .328 .325 .321 .314 .287 .282 .276 .272 .271 .263

W-L 18-14 10-20 20-11 11-19 14-17 17-16 14-17 15-16 16-14 7-23 Pts 1730 1960 1986 2062 2206 2093 2128 2155 2224 2406

Pts Avg/G 2448 76.5 2084 69.5 2090 67.4 2022 67.4 2046 66.0 2139 64.8 1947 62.8 1928 62.2 1825 60.8 1765 58.8 Avg/G 57.7 63.2 64.1 66.5 66.8 67.5 70.9 71.8 74.1 75.2 DEF Margin 63.2 +4.2 57.7 +3.2 75.2 +1.3 70.9 -1.5 67.5 -1.5 64.1 -1.9 66.8 -2.0 66.5 -3.7 74.1 -6.7 71.8 -13.0

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Seattle U 31 169 590 .286 2. Texas State 30 162 545 .297 3. Idaho 33 173 576 .300 4. Utah State 32 197 645 .305 5. Louisiana Tech 31 137 448 .306 6. Denver 31 167 527 .317 7. San Jose State 30 218 685 .318 8. UTSA 30 108 339 .319 9. UT Arlington 30 197 601 .328 10. New Mexico State 31 143 435 .329

BLOCKED SHOTS # Team 1. Idaho 2. Utah State 3. San Jose State 4. UTSA 5. New Mexico State 6. UT Arlington 7. Texas State 8. Denver 9. Louisiana Tech 10. Seattle U

G 33 32 30 30 31 30 30 31 31 31

Blks 149 141 104 102 101 95 94 94 75 62

Avg/G 4.52 4.41 3.47 3.40 3.26 3.17 3.13 3.03 2.42 2.00

REBOUNDING OFFENSE # Team G 1. Idaho 33 2. San Jose State 30 3. Seattle U 31 4. Louisiana Tech 31 5. Denver 31 6. New Mexico State 31 7. UT Arlington 30 8. UTSA 30 9. Texas State 30 10. Utah State 32

Reb 1379 1230 1251 1245 1239 1237 1187 1168 1159 1230

Avg/G 41.8 41.0 40.4 40.2 40.0 39.9 39.6 38.9 38.6 38.4

ASSISTS # Team 1. Seattle U 2. Utah State 3. Denver 4. Idaho 5. San Jose State 6. Louisiana Tech 7. Texas State 8. New Mexico State 9. UT Arlington 10. UTSA

G 31 32 31 33 30 31 30 31 30 30

Asts 461 458 422 438 377 372 348 359 344 343

Avg/G 14.87 14.31 13.61 13.27 12.57 12.00 11.60 11.58 11.47 11.43

REBOUNDING DEFENSE # Team G 1. Seattle U 31 2. Denver 31 3. UTSA 30 4. Louisiana Tech 31 5. New Mexico State 31 6. Idaho 33 7. UT Arlington 30 8. Utah State 32 9. Texas State 30 10. San Jose State 30

Reb 1119 1152 1127 1253 1279 1384 1284 1441 1395 1402

Avg/G 36.1 37.2 37.6 40.4 41.3 41.9 42.8 45.0 46.5 46.7

STEALS # Team 1. Seattle U 2. Utah State 3. San Jose State 4. UTSA 5. Texas State 6. Louisiana Tech 7. UT Arlington 8. Denver 9. New Mexico State 10. Idaho

G 31 32 30 30 30 31 30 31 31 33

Stls 396 383 328 292 274 248 218 206 181 171

Avg/G 12.77 11.97 10.93 9.73 9.13 8.00 7.27 6.65 5.84 5.18

REBOUNDING MARGIN # Team 1. Seattle U 2. Denver 3. UTSA 4. Idaho 5. Louisiana Tech 6. New Mexico State 7. UT Arlington 8. San Jose State 9. Utah State 10. Texas State

G 31 31 30 33 31 31 30 30 32 30

Rbd 1251 1239 1168 1379 1245 1237 1187 1230 1230 1159

Avg Opp Avg Mar 40.4 1119 36.1 +4.3 40.0 1152 37.2 +2.8 38.9 1127 37.6 +1.4 41.8 1384 41.9 -0.2 40.2 1253 40.4 -0.3 39.9 1279 41.3 -1.4 39.6 1284 42.8 -3.2 41.0 1402 46.7 -5.7 38.4 1441 45.0 -6.6 38.6 1395 46.5 -7.9

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1. UTSA 2. Denver 3. UT Arlington 4. San Jose State 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Idaho 7. Seattle U 8. New Mexico State 9. Texas State 10. Utah State

G 30 31 30 30 31 33 31 31 30 32

No. 416 417 402 395 403 428 398 395 340 358

Avg/G 13.87 13.45 13.40 13.17 13.00 12.97 12.84 12.74 11.33 11.19

TURNOVER MARGIN # Team 1. UTSA 2. Texas State 3. Utah State 4. Seattle U 5. San Jose State 6. Louisiana Tech 7. New Mexico State 8. Denver 9. Idaho 10. UT Arlington

G 30 30 32 31 30 31 31 31 33 30

TM 478 398 536 633 624 575 468 492 552 604

Avg OPP Avg Mar 15.9 582 19.4 +3.47 13.3 482 16.1 +2.80 16.8 571 17.8 +1.09 20.4 644 20.8 +0.35 20.8 615 20.5 -0.30 18.5 565 18.2 -0.32 15.1 441 14.2 -0.87 15.9 460 14.8 -1.03 16.7 442 13.4 -3.33 20.1 493 16.4 -3.70

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1. Idaho 2. San Jose State 3. Seattle U 4. Texas State 5. Utah State 6. Louisiana Tech New Mexico State 8. Denver 9. UT Arlington 10. UTSA

G 33 30 31 30 32 31 31 31 30 30

No. 951 835 853 819 872 842 842 822 785 752

Avg/G 28.82 27.83 27.52 27.30 27.25 27.16 27.16 26.52 26.17 25.07

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO # Team G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 1. Texas State 30 348 11.6 398 13.3 0.87 2. Denver 31 422 13.6 492 15.9 0.86 3. Utah State 32 458 14.3 536 16.8 0.85 4. Idaho 33 438 13.3 552 16.7 0.79 5. New Mexico State 31 359 11.6 468 15.1 0.77 6. Seattle U 31 461 14.9 633 20.4 0.73 7. UTSA 30 343 11.4 478 15.9 0.72 8. Louisiana Tech 31 372 12.0 575 18.5 0.65 9. San Jose State 30 377 12.6 624 20.8 0.60 10. UT Arlington 30 344 11.5 604 20.1 0.57

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THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE # Team G 3FG 1. Idaho 33 266 2. Utah State 32 247 3. Texas State 30 202 4. New Mexico State 31 202 5. UTSA 30 170 6. Denver 31 156 7. San Jose State 30 113 8. UT Arlington 30 106 9. Seattle U 31 102 10. Louisiana Tech 31 100

Avg/G 8.06 7.72 6.73 6.52 5.67 5.03 3.77 3.53 3.29 3.23


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2012-13 TEAM STATISTICS – WAC GAMES SCORING OFFENSE # Team 1. Utah State 2. San Jose State 3. Denver 4. Seattle U 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Idaho 7. Texas State 8. New Mexico State 9. UTSA 10. UT Arlington

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

SCORING DEFENSE # Team 1. UTSA 2. Seattle U 3. Idaho 4. New Mexico State 5. Louisiana Tech 6. Denver 7. Texas State 8. UT Arlington 9. Utah State 10. San Jose State

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

SCORING MARGIN # Team 1. Utah State 2. Seattle U 3. Idaho 4. Louisiana Tech 5. UTSA 6. Denver 7. New Mexico State 8. Texas State 9. San Jose State 10. UT Arlington

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

OFF 79.8 67.9 67.3 67.5 61.7 68.8 63.9 66.1 69.3 60.3

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE # Team G 1. Utah State 18 2. Denver 18 3. San Jose State 18 4. New Mexico State 18 5. UT Arlington 18 6. Seattle U 18 7. Idaho 18 8. UTSA 18 9. Texas State 18 10. Louisiana Tech 18

FTM 320 256 300 231 203 270 183 195 204 253

FTA 395 352 414 319 292 403 274 297 315 400

Pct .810 .727 .725 .724 .695 .670 .668 .657 .648 .633

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G 1. Seattle U 18 2. Utah State 18 3. Denver 18 4. Idaho 18 5. Louisiana Tech 18 6. Texas State 18 7. San Jose State 18 8. UT Arlington 18 9. UTSA 18 10. New Mexico State 18

FG 449 492 444 439 446 433 438 411 404 400

FGA 1049 1197 1126 1114 1134 1131 1160 1101 1108 1112

Pct .428 .411 .394 .394 .393 .383 .378 .373 .365 .360

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Team G FG 1. Idaho 18 418 2. Utah State 18 443 3. Seattle U 18 404 4. Louisiana Tech 18 409 5. San Jose State 18 498 6. New Mexico State 18 433 7. UT Arlington 18 452 8. Denver 18 448 9. Texas State 18 480 1 0. UTSA 18 371

FGA 1175 1206 1085 1073 1304 1122 1129 1092 1157 889

Pct .356 .367 .372 .381 .382 .386 .400 .410 .415 .417

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE # Team G FG FGA 1. Idaho 18 151 444 2. Utah State 18 132 394 3. Texas State 18 119 366 4. Denver 18 94 302 5. Louisiana Tech 18 70 238 6. UTSA 18 107 366 7. San Jose State 18 71 250 8. Seattle U 18 55 194 9. UT Arlington 18 61 218 10. New Mexico State 18 119 434

Pct .340 .335 .325 .311 .294 .292 .284 .284 .280 .274

W-L 14-4 8-10 8-10 15-3 9-9 11-7 4-14 7-11 10-8 4-14 Pts 1097 1114 1122 1170 1192 1227 1259 1284 1294 1347

Pts Avg/G 1436 79.8 1247 69.3 1238 68.8 1223 67.9 1215 67.5 1212 67.3 1189 66.1 1150 63.9 1110 61.7 1086 60.3 Avg/G 60.9 61.9 62.3 65.0 66.2 68.2 69.9 71.3 71.9 74.8 DEF Margin 71.9 +7.9 61.9 +6.1 62.3 +5.0 66.2 +1.3 60.9 +0.7 68.2 +0.6 65.0 -1.1 69.9 -3.9 74.8 -5.6 71.3 -11.0

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE # Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Seattle U 18 92 351 .262 2. Idaho 18 84 312 .269 3. Utah State 18 102 362 .282 4. Louisiana Tech 18 84 288 .292 5. Denver 18 93 301 .309 6. San Jose State 18 130 404 .322 7. Texas State 18 106 329 .322 8. New Mexico State 18 88 270 .326 9. UT Arlington 18 128 392 .327 10. UTSA 18 72 197 .365

BLOCKED SHOTS # Team 1. Idaho 2. Utah State 3. New Mexico State 4. Denver UT Arlington 6. San Jose State 7. UTSA 8. Louisiana Tech 9. Texas State 10. Seattle U

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Blks Avg/G 94 5.22 78 4.33 69 3.83 64 3.56 64 3.56 59 3.28 58 3.22 51 2.83 46 2.56 35 1.94

REBOUNDING OFFENSE # Team G 1. Idaho 18 2. San Jose State 18 3. Denver 18 4. Louisiana Tech 18 5. New Mexico State 18 6. Utah State 18 7. Seattle U 18 8. UT Arlington 18 9. UTSA 18 10. Texas State 18

Reb 781 769 763 760 754 748 747 730 669 661

Avg/G 43.4 42.7 42.4 42.2 41.9 41.6 41.5 40.6 37.2 36.7

ASSISTS # Team 1. Seattle U 2. Idaho 3. Utah State 4. Denver 5. Louisiana Tech 6. San Jose State 7. New Mexico State 8. UTSA 9. UT Arlington 10. Texas State

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Asts 288 270 265 254 241 231 224 215 202 198

Avg/G 16.00 15.00 14.72 14.11 13.39 12.83 12.44 11.94 11.22 11.00

REBOUNDING DEFENSE # Team G 1. Seattle U 18 2. UTSA 18 3. Denver 18 4. Louisiana Tech 18 5. Idaho 18 6. New Mexico State 18 7. UT Arlington 18 8. Utah State 18 9. Texas State 18 10. San Jose State 18

Reb 648 655 664 718 729 742 757 808 820 841

Avg/G 36.0 36.4 36.9 39.9 40.5 41.2 42.1 44.9 45.6 46.7

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Stls 207 206 178 177 157 152 128 127 100 89

Avg/G 11.50 11.44 9.89 9.83 8.72 8.44 7.11 7.06 5.56 4.94

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

No. 265 254 251 249 236 233 225 218 215 191

Avg/G 14.72 14.11 13.94 13.83 13.11 12.94 12.50 12.11 11.94 10.61

G 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

No. 548 544 532 530 509 505 498 494 470 415

Avg/G 30.44 30.22 29.56 29.44 28.28 28.06 27.67 27.44 26.11 23.06

REBOUNDING MARGIN # Team 1. Seattle U Denver 3. Idaho 4. Louisiana Tech 5. UTSA 6. New Mexico State 7. UT Arlington 8. Utah State 9. San Jose State 10. Texas State

G Rbd Avg Opp Avg Mar 18 747 41.5 648 36.0 +5.5 18 763 42.4 664 36.9 +5.5 18 781 43.4 729 40.5 +2.9 18 760 42.2 718 39.9 +2.3 18 669 37.2 655 36.4 +0.8 18 754 41.9 742 41.2 +0.7 18 730 40.6 757 42.1 -1.5 18 748 41.6 808 44.9 -3.3 18 769 42.7 841 46.7 -4.0 18 661 36.7 820 45.6 -8.8

STEALS # Team 1. Seattle U 2. Utah State 3. San Jose State 4. UTSA 5. Texas State 6. Louisiana Tech 7. UT Arlington 8. Denver 9. New Mexico State 10. Idaho OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1. Denver 2. UTSA 3. Louisiana Tech 4. New Mexico State 5. UT Arlington 6. Idaho 7. San Jose State 8. Utah State 9. Seattle U 10. Texas State

TURNOVER MARGIN # Team 1. UTSA 2. Texas State 3. Utah State 4. Louisiana Tech 5. Denver 6. San Jose State Seattle U 8. New Mexico State 9. UT Arlington 10. Idaho

G TM Avg OPP Avg Mar 18 269 14.9 345 19.2 +4.22 18 229 12.7 280 15.6 +2.83 18 293 16.3 326 18.1 +1.83 18 328 18.2 350 19.4 +1.22 18 284 15.8 272 15.1 -0.67 18 353 19.6 336 18.7 -0.94 18 363 20.2 346 19.2 -0.94 18 260 14.4 232 12.9 -1.56 18 346 19.2 295 16.4 -2.83 18 305 16.9 248 13.8 -3.17

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS # Team 1. Idaho 2. San Jose State 3. Seattle U 4. Utah State 5. Louisiana Tech 6. New Mexico State 7. Denver 8. UT Arlington 9. Texas State 10. UTSA

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO # Team G Ast Avg TO Avg Ratio 1. Utah State 18 265 14.7 293 16.3 0.90 2. Denver 18 254 14.1 284 15.8 0.89 3. Idaho 18 270 15.0 305 16.9 0.89 4. Texas State 18 198 11.0 229 12.7 0.86 5. New Mexico State 18 224 12.4 260 14.4 0.86 6. UTSA 18 215 11.9 269 14.9 0.80 7. Seattle U 18 288 16.0 363 20.2 0.79 8. Louisiana Tech 18 241 13.4 328 18.2 0.73 9. San Jose State 18 231 12.8 353 19.6 0.65 10. UT Arlington 18 202 11.2 346 19.2 0.58

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THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE # Team G 3FG Avg/G 1. Idaho 18 151 8.39 2. Utah State 18 132 7.33 3. New Mexico State 18 119 6.61 Texas State 18 119 6.61 5. UTSA 18 107 5.94 6. Denver 18 94 5.22 7. San Jose State 18 71 3.94 8. Louisiana Tech 18 70 3.89 9. UT Arlington 18 61 3.39 10. Seattle U 18 55 3.06


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2012-13 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES – ALL GAMES Points 45 Shelton, Kelia (Louisiana Tech) at UTSA (02/07/13) 40 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 37 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Idaho (03/15/13) 36 Schill, Emily (San Jose State) vs Utah State (01/12/13) 32 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) at UAA (11/21/12) 32 Schlott, Jennifer (Utah State) at Seattle U (01/03/13)

Free throws made 16 Ward, Ashley (Seattle U) vs Pacific (11/09/12) 15 Ward, Ashley (Seattle U) at Colorado State (11/17/12) 14 Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) at Denver (02/14/13) 14 Williamson, Danesia (NM State) vs Utah State (02/16/13) 13 Ward, Ashley (Seattle U) vs Portland State (12/09/12) 13 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (San Jose State) vs Texas St. (12/29/12) 13 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (San Jose State) at UTSA (03/07/13)

Field goals made 16 Shelton, Kelia (Louisiana Tech) at UTSA (02/07/13) 14 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) vs Kennesaw State (12/18/12) 14 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Idaho (03/15/13) 13 Schill, Emily (San Jose State) vs Utah State (01/12/13) 12 Green, Malaika (UT Arlington) vs Memphis (11/21/12) 12 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 12 Nwanguma, Desherra (UT Arlington) vs Idaho (02/14/13) 12 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) vs Denver (03/12/13)

Free throw attempts 19 Ward, Ashley (Seattle U) vs Pacific (11/09/12) 17 Ward, Ashley (Seattle U) at Colorado State (11/17/12) 16 Williamson, Danesia (NM State) vs Utah State (02/16/13) 16 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (San Jose State) at UTSA (03/07/13) 15 Ward, Ashley (Seattle U) vs Portland State (12/09/12) 15 Edwards, Kailey (Denver) vs Utah State (02/14/13) 15 Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) at Denver (02/14/13)

Field goal attempts 29 Young, Simone (UTSA) at TCU (12/05/12) 27 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) vs Kennesaw State (12/18/12) 26 Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) at Idaho (02/07/13) 25 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 25 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) at San Jose St. (01/12/13) 25 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at NM State (01/31/13) 25 Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) vs Texas State (01/31/13) 25 Brown, Daidra (Seattle U) at San Jose State (01/31/13) 25 Van Riper-Rose, Morg (Denver) at UT Arlington (03/07/13) Field goal percentage .900 (9-10) Shephard, Sylvia (Seattle U) vs NM State (02/09/13) .889 (8-9) Vaaulu, Franny (Utah State) at UT Arlington (01/24/13) .818 (9-11) Forde, Ali (Idaho) vs New Mexico State (02/07/13) .818 (9-11) Ezeh, Ashley (Texas State) vs San Jose State (03/09/13) .769 (10-13) Sowell, Kacie (Seattle U) vs UC Irvine (12/01/12) .769 (10-13) Sowell, Kacie (Seattle U) at NM State (01/10/13) Three-pointers made 9 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Idaho (03/15/13) 7 Young, Simone (UTSA) at TCU (12/05/12) 7 Spaletta, Ashley (UTSA) vs UT Arlington (02/09/13) 6 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Prairie View (11/20/12) 6 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) at UAA (11/21/12) 6 Salvatore, Christina (Idaho) at UC Irvine (12/05/12) 6 Van Riper-Rose, Morg (Denver) vs Colorado (12/11/12) 6 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs UC Irvine (12/18/12) 6 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 6 Salvatore, Christina (Idaho) vs Utah State (01/05/13) 6 Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs Utah State (01/05/13) 6 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Seattle U (02/02/13) 6 Spaletta, Ashley (UTSA) vs San Jose State (03/07/13) Three-pointers attempted 16 Young, Simone (UTSA) at TCU (12/05/12) 16 Salvatore, Christina (Idaho) vs Utah State (01/05/13) 16 Van Riper-Rose, Morg (Denver) at SJSU (01/17/13) 16 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Idaho (03/15/13) 14 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Prairie View (11/20/12) 14 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) at UAA (11/21/12) 14 Christensen, Devyn (Utah St.) vs Montana State (12/01/12) 14 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs UC Irvine (12/18/12) 14 Young, Simone (UTSA) at Utah State (12/29/12) 14 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) at NM State (02/16/13) Three-point percentage .833 (5-6) Anderson, Ayriel (Texas State) at Utah St. (12/31/12) .714 (5-7) Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) at UTSA (01/03/13) .667 (6-9) Van Riper-Rose, Morg (Denver) vs Colorado (12/11/12) .625 (5-8) Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) vs UTEP (11/28/12) .625 (5-8) Williams, Makenlee (Utah State) at SJSU (01/12/13) .625 (5-8) Spaletta, Ashley (UTSA) at New Mexico State (02/02/13)

Free throw percentage 1.000 (10-10) Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) at LMU (11/17/12) 1.000 (10-10) Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at SJSU (12/29/12) 1.000 (10-10) Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) vs Idaho (01/31/13) 1.000 (10-10) Perry, Lulu (Louisiana Tech) vs Seattle U (03/15/13) 1.000 (9-9) Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) vs Utah State (02/16/13) 1.000 (8-8) Schlott, Jennifer (Utah State) at UC Riverside (11/15/12) 1.000 (8-8) Schlott, Jennifer (Utah State) at SJSU (01/12/13) 1.000 (8-8) Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) at UT Arlington (01/24/13) 1.000 (8-8) Brown, Daidra (Seattle U) at UTSA (01/24/13) 1.000 (8-8) Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Seattle U (02/02/13) 1.000 (8-8) Ward, Ashley (Seattle U) at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) 1.000 (8-8) Schivo, Addie (Idaho) vs UTSA (02/28/13) Rebounds 19 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) vs CSUN (12/01/12) 18 Ezeh, Ashley (Texas State) at A&M-Corpus Christi (12/15/12) 18 Schill, Emily (San Jose State) vs Utah State (01/12/13) 18 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) vs Seattle U (01/31/13) 17 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) vs Utah Valley (11/15/12) 17 Ezeh, Ashley (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 17 Michel, Maiya (Denver) at Texas State (01/03/13) 17 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at Texas State (01/24/13) 17 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) at Utah State (02/09/13) 17 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) at Texas State (03/09/13) 17 Rozendaal, Kelsie (NM State) vs UT Arlington (03/12/13) 17 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) vs Idaho (03/13/13) Assists 12 Smith, Emiko (Denver) vs Utah State (02/14/13) 12 Smith, Emiko (Denver) vs San Jose State (02/16/13) 11 Smith, Emiko (Denver) at Oregon (12/02/12) 11 Shephard, Sylvia (Seattle U) vs UT Arlington (01/17/13) 11 Suleiman, Laila (UT Arlington) vs Utah State (01/24/13) 11 Smith, Emiko (Denver) vs Texas State (02/02/13) 11 Ballestero, Connie (Idaho) at San Jose State (02/02/13) Steals 8 Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) vs Montana State (12/01/12) 8 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) vs UTSA (12/31/12) 7 Shephard, Sylvia (Seattle U) vs UC Irvine (12/01/12) 7 Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) at San Jose State (01/12/13) 7 King, Kamra (UTSA) vs Idaho (01/26/13) 7 Brown, Daidra (Seattle U) at UT Arlington (02/16/13) 7 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) vs San Jose State (03/09/13) Blocked shots 6 Forde, Ali (Idaho) vs Eastern Washington (11/27/12) 6 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) at San Francisco (12/15/12) 6 Frazier, Whitney (Louisiana Tech) at Denver (12/29/12) 6 Forde, Ali (Idaho) vs Seattle U (03/16/13) 5 Forde, Ali (Idaho) at Texas State (01/24/13) 5 Vaaulu, Franny (Utah State) at UT Arlington (01/24/13) 5 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at UTSA (01/26/13) 5 Forde, Ali (Idaho) at UTSA (01/26/13) 5 Janecek, Alison (Denver) vs Texas State (02/02/13) 5 Lewis, Brittany (Louisiana Tech) at UTSA (02/07/13) 5 Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) vs South Dakota (03/21/13)

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2012-13 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES – WAC GAMES Points 45 Shelton, Kelia (Louisiana Tech) at UTSA (02/07/13) 40 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 36 Schill, Emily (San Jose State) vs Utah State (01/12/13) 32 Schlott, Jennifer (Utah State) at Seattle U (01/03/13) 31 Edwards, Kailey (Denver) vs Utah State (02/14/13) Field goals made 16 Shelton, Kelia (Louisiana Tech) at UTSA (02/07/13) 13 Schill, Emily (San Jose State) vs Utah State (01/12/13) 12 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 12 Nwanguma, Desherra (UT Arlington) vs Idaho (02/14/13) 11 Shelton, Kelia (Louisiana Tech) at Denver (12/29/12) 11 Sowell, Kacie (Seattle U) vs Utah State (01/03/13) 11 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (SJSU) at UT Arlington (01/26/13) 11 Brown, Daidra (Seattle U) vs Texas State (02/28/13) 11 Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) vs Denver (03/02/13) 11 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at Idaho (03/02/13) 11 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) vs San Jose State (03/09/13) Field goal attempts 26 Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) at Idaho (02/07/13) 25 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 25 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) at SJSU (01/12/13) 25 Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) vs Texas State (01/31/13) 25 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at NM State (01/31/13) 25 Brown, Daidra (Seattle U) at San Jose State (01/31/13) 25 Van Riper-Rose, Morg (Denver) at UT Arlington (03/07/13) Field goal percentage .900 (9-10) Shephard, Sylvia (Seattle U) vs NM State (02/09/13) .889 (8-9) Vaaulu, Franny (Utah State) at UT Arlington (01/24/13) .818 (9-11) Forde, Ali (Idaho) vs New Mexico State (02/07/13) .818 (9-11) Ezeh, Ashley (Texas State) vs San Jose State (03/09/13) .769 (10-13) Sowell, Kacie (Seattle U) at NM State (01/10/13) Three-pointers made 7 Spaletta, Ashley (UTSA) vs UT Arlington (02/09/13) 6 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 6 Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs Utah State (01/05/13) 6 Salvatore, Christina (Idaho) vs Utah State (01/05/13) 6 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Seattle U (02/02/13) 6 Spaletta, Ashley (UTSA) vs San Jose State (03/07/13) Three-pointers attempted 16 Salvatore, Christina (Idaho) vs Utah State (01/05/13) 16 Van Riper-Rose, Morg (Denver) at SJSU (01/17/13) 14 Young, Simone (UTSA) at Utah State (12/29/12) 14 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) at NM State (02/16/13) 13 Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Seattle U (02/02/13) 13 Spaletta, Ashley (UTSA) vs UT Arlington (02/09/13) 13 Salvatore, Christina (Idaho) at UT Arlington (02/14/13)

Free throw attempts 16 Williamson, Danesia (NM State) vs Utah State (02/16/13) 16 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (San Jose State) at UTSA (03/07/13) 15 Edwards, Kailey (Denver) vs Utah State (02/14/13) 15 Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) at Denver (02/14/13) 14 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (San Jose State) vs Texas State (12/29/12) 14 Suleiman, Laila (UT Arlington) vs Utah State (01/24/13) 14 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (San Jose State) at LA Tech (01/24/13) 14 Shelton, Kelia (Louisiana Tech) at UTSA (02/07/13) 14 James, Classye (San Jose State) at Utah State (02/09/13) 14 Sowell, Kacie (Seattle U) at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) Free throw percentage 1.000 (10-10) Ford, Diamond (Texas State) at SJSU (12/29/12) 1.000 (10-10) Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) vs Idaho (01/31/13) 1.000 (9-9) Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) vs Utah State (02/16/13) 1.000 (8-8) Schlott, Jennifer (Utah State) at SJSU (01/12/13) 1.000 (8-8) Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) at UT Arlington (01/24/13) 1.000 (8-8) Brown, Daidra (Seattle U) at UTSA (01/24/13) 1.000 (8-8) Christensen, Devyn (Utah State) vs Seattle U (02/02/13) 1.000 (8-8) Ward, Ashley (Seattle U) at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) 1.000 (8-8) Schivo, Addie (Idaho) vs UTSA (02/28/13) Rebounds 18 Schill, Emily (San Jose State) vs Utah State (01/12/13) 18 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) vs Seattle U (01/31/13) 17 Ezeh, Ashley (Texas State) at San Jose State (12/29/12) 17 Michel, Maiya (Denver) at Texas State (01/03/13) 17 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at Texas State (01/24/13) 17 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) at Utah State (02/09/13) 17 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) at Texas State (03/09/13) Assists 12 Smith, Emiko (Denver) vs Utah State (02/14/13) 12 Smith, Emiko (Denver) vs San Jose State (02/16/13) 11 Shephard, Sylvia (Seattle U) vs UT Arlington (01/17/13) 11 Suleiman, Laila (UT Arlington) vs Utah State (01/24/13) 11 Smith, Emiko (Denver) vs Texas State (02/02/13) 11 Ballestero, Connie (Idaho) at San Jose State (02/02/13) Steals 8 Byrd, Riana (San Jose State) vs UTSA (12/31/12) 7 Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) at San Jose State (01/12/13) 7 King, Kamra (UTSA) vs Idaho (01/26/13) 7 Brown, Daidra (Seattle U) at UT Arlington (02/16/13) 7 Ford, Diamond (Texas State) vs San Jose State (03/09/13) Blocked shots 6 Frazier, Whitney (Louisiana Tech) at Denver (12/29/12) 5 Forde, Ali (Idaho) at Texas State (01/24/13) 5 Vaaulu, Franny (Utah State) at UT Arlington (01/24/13) 5 Charlston, Alyssa (Idaho) at UTSA (01/26/13) 5 Forde, Ali (Idaho) at UTSA (01/26/13) 5 Janecek, Alison (Denver) vs Texas State (02/02/13) 5 Lewis, Brittany (Louisiana Tech) at UTSA (02/07/13)

Three-point percentage .833 (5-6) Anderson, Ayriel (Texas State) at Utah State (12/31/12) .714 (5-7) Gilbreath, Stefanie (NM State) at UTSA (01/03/13) .625 (5-8) Williams, Makenlee (Utah State) at SJSU (01/12/13) .625 (5-8) Spaletta, Ashley (UTSA) at NM State (02/02/13) .600 (6-10) Barr, Stacey (Idaho) vs Utah State (01/05/13) Free throws made 14 Johnson, Jenna (Utah State) at Denver (02/14/13) 14 Williamson, Danesia (NM State) vs Utah State (02/16/13) 13 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (SJSU) vs Texas State (12/29/12) 13 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (San Jose State) at UTSA (03/07/13) 12 Schlott, Jennifer (Utah State) vs UTSA (12/29/12) 12 Cunnigan, Ta’Rea (San Jose State) at LA Tech (01/24/13) 12 Sowell, Kacie (Seattle U) at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) 12 Edwards, Kailey (Denver) vs Utah State (02/14/13)

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2012-13 TEAM SUPERLATIVES – ALL GAMES Points 106 New Mexico State vs Utah State (02/16/13) 103 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 100 Texas State vs San Jose State (03/09/13) 98 San Jose State vs Texas State (12/29/12) 96 Texas State at San Jose State (12/29/12) Field goals made 39 Texas State vs Huston-Tillotson (12/06/12) 39 Texas State vs San Jose State (03/09/13) 36 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 35 UT Arlington vs New Orleans (02/20/13) 34 New Mexico State vs San Jose State (02/14/13) 34 Denver vs San Jose State (02/16/13) Field goal attempts 87 Utah State at San Jose State (01/12/13) 85 Seattle U at San Jose State (01/31/13) 85 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 83 San Jose State vs Utah Valley (11/15/12) 81 Denver vs Louisiana Tech (12/29/12) Field goal percentage .583 (28-48) Louisiana Tech vs UTSA (03/13/13) .569 (29-51) Seattle U vs New Mexico State (02/09/13) .565 (26-46) Louisiana Tech vs Denver (03/09/13) .564 (31-55) Utah State vs Denver (01/19/13) .563 (27-48) Louisiana Tech at UTSA (02/07/13) Three-pointers made 15 Idaho vs Utah State (01/05/13) 15 New Mexico State vs San Jose State (02/14/13) 14 Idaho at Montana (11/29/12) 14 New Mexico State vs UMKC (12/21/12) 14 Idaho at San Jose State (02/02/13) 14 Utah State at New Mexico State (02/16/13) 14 Utah State vs Idaho (03/15/13) Three-pointers attempted 39 Idaho vs Utah State (01/05/13) 37 Idaho at San Jose State (02/02/13) 36 Idaho at UC Irvine (12/05/12) 36 New Mexico State at Seattle U (02/09/13) 34 New Mexico State vs San Jose State (02/14/13) Three-point percentage .667 (6-9) Louisiana Tech at UT Arlington (02/02/13) .667 (4-6) Seattle U vs New Mexico State (02/09/13) .667 (4-6) Seattle U vs UTSA (03/02/13) .625 (5-8) Texas State at UTSA (02/16/13) .600 (9-15) Idaho vs Seattle U (12/29/12) .600 (3-5) Louisiana Tech vs UTSA (03/13/13)

Free throw attempts 42 Texas State vs Belmont (11/09/12) 40 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 39 San Jose State at Louisiana Tech (01/24/13) 36 Seattle U vs Portland State (12/09/12) 36 Denver at Texas State (01/03/13) 36 Seattle U at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) 36 Louisiana Tech vs UTSA (03/13/13) Free throw percentage 1.000 (6-6) UT Arlington at Fresno State (12/02/12) 1.000 (5-5) New Mexico State at Idaho (02/07/13) 1.000 (4-4) Idaho vs New Mexico State (02/07/13) .960 (24-25) Utah State vs UTSA (12/29/12) .957 (22-23) Utah State at New Mexico State (02/16/13) Rebounds 66 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 65 Texas State vs Huston-Tillotson (12/06/12) 62 New Mexico State at San Jose State (01/19/13) 60 Idaho vs San Jose State (01/03/13) 59 Seattle U vs Washington (11/14/12) Assists 26 Idaho at San Jose State (02/02/13) 25 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 24 Texas State at San Jose State (12/29/12) 24 Idaho vs Utah State (01/05/13) 24 Seattle U vs San Jose State (01/05/13) 24 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 24 New Mexico State vs San Jose State (02/14/13) 24 UT Arlington vs New Orleans (02/20/13) Steals 24 Seattle U vs UC Irvine (12/01/12) 23 UTSA vs Concordia Texas (11/12/12) 20 Seattle U at Idaho (12/29/12) 19 Utah State at Utah Valley (11/12/12) 19 San Jose State vs Southern Utah (12/08/12) 19 Utah State at UT Arlington (01/24/13) Blocked shots 13 Idaho at UTSA (01/26/13) 11 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 10 Denver vs Texas State (02/02/13) 10 Utah State vs Seattle U (02/02/13) 9 Utah State vs South Dakota (12/20/12) 9 Idaho vs UT Arlington (01/19/13) 9 UT Arlington at Texas State (02/07/13) 9 Denver vs San Jose State (02/16/13) 9 Idaho vs Seattle U (03/16/13)

Free throws made 33 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 32 San Jose State at Louisiana Tech (01/24/13) 31 Seattle U at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) 29 Utah State at UT Arlington (01/24/13) 29 New Mexico State vs Utah State (02/16/13)

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2012-13 TEAM SUPERLATIVES – WAC GAMES Points 106 New Mexico State vs Utah State (02/16/13) 103 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 100 Texas State vs San Jose State (03/09/13) 98 San Jose State vs Texas State (12/29/12) 96 Texas State at San Jose State (12/29/12) Field goals made 39 Texas State vs San Jose State (03/09/13) 36 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 34 New Mexico State vs San Jose State (02/14/13) 34 Denver vs San Jose State (02/16/13) 33 San Jose State vs Texas State (12/29/12) 33 Texas State at San Jose State (12/29/12) 33 Louisiana Tech vs San Jose State (01/24/13) Field goal attempts 87 Utah State at San Jose State (01/12/13) 85 Seattle U at San Jose State (01/31/13) 85 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 81 Denver vs Louisiana Tech (12/29/12) 77 Louisiana Tech at San Jose State (03/02/13) Field goal percentage .569 (29-51) Seattle U vs New Mexico State (02/09/13) .565 (26-46) Louisiana Tech vs Denver (03/09/13) .564 (31-55) Utah State vs Denver (01/19/13) .563 (27-48) Louisiana Tech at UTSA (02/07/13) .561 (23-41) Texas State at UTSA (02/16/13) Three-pointers made 15 Idaho vs Utah State (01/05/13) 15 New Mexico State vs San Jose State (02/14/13) 14 Idaho at San Jose State (02/02/13) 14 Utah State at New Mexico State (02/16/13) 13 Utah State at Idaho (01/05/13) 13 New Mexico State vs Utah State (02/16/13) Three-pointers attempted 39 Idaho vs Utah State (01/05/13) 37 Idaho at San Jose State (02/02/13) 36 New Mexico State at Seattle U (02/09/13) 34 New Mexico State vs San Jose State (02/14/13) 33 New Mexico State vs UT Arlington (12/29/12) 33 Idaho at UT Arlington (02/14/13) 33 New Mexico State vs Utah State (02/16/13) 33 UTSA vs San Jose State (03/07/13) Three-point percentage .667 (6-9) Louisiana Tech at UT Arlington (02/02/13) .667 (4-6) Seattle U vs New Mexico State (02/09/13) .667 (4-6) Seattle U vs UTSA (03/02/13) .625 (5-8) Texas State at UTSA (02/16/13) .600 (9-15) Idaho vs Seattle U (12/29/12)

Free throw attempts 40 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 39 San Jose State at Louisiana Tech (01/24/13) 36 Denver at Texas State (01/03/13) 36 Seattle U at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) 35 Utah State at UT Arlington (01/24/13) 35 Louisiana Tech vs San Jose State (01/24/13) 35 San Jose State at Utah State (02/09/13) Free throw percentage 1.000 (5-5) New Mexico State at Idaho (02/07/13) 1.000 (4-4) Idaho vs New Mexico State (02/07/13) .960 (24-25) Utah State vs UTSA (12/29/12) .957 (22-23) Utah State at New Mexico State (02/16/13) .929 (13-14) Seattle U at Texas State (01/26/13) Rebounds 66 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 62 New Mexico State at San Jose State (01/19/13) 60 Idaho vs San Jose State (01/03/13) 57 San Jose State vs Seattle U (01/31/13) 56 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 56 Denver at San Jose State (01/17/13) Assists 26 Idaho at San Jose State (02/02/13) 25 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 24 Texas State at San Jose State (12/29/12) 24 Idaho vs Utah State (01/05/13) 24 Seattle U vs San Jose State (01/05/13) 24 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 24 New Mexico State vs San Jose State (02/14/13) Steals 20 Seattle U at Idaho (12/29/12) 19 Utah State at UT Arlington (01/24/13) 17 Seattle U at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) 16 Utah State at Seattle U (01/03/13) 16 Seattle U at UT Arlington (02/16/13) 16 Utah State vs UT Arlington (03/02/13) 16 UTSA at Seattle U (03/02/13) 16 Texas State vs San Jose State (03/09/13) Blocked shots 13 Idaho at UTSA (01/26/13) 11 Utah State vs San Jose State (02/09/13) 10 Denver vs Texas State (02/02/13) 10 Utah State vs Seattle U (02/02/13) 9 Idaho vs UT Arlington (01/19/13) 9 UT Arlington at Texas State (02/07/13) 9 Denver vs San Jose State (02/16/13)

Free throws made 33 San Jose State vs Utah State (01/12/13) 32 San Jose State at Louisiana Tech (01/24/13) 31 Seattle U at Louisiana Tech (02/14/13) 29 Utah State at UT Arlington (01/24/13) 29 New Mexico State vs Utah State (02/16/13)

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WAC RECORDS – TEAM FREE THROWS

SCORING Most Points WAC Half WAC Game WAC Season

67 127 1501

New Mexico State (Utah State), 2012-13 SMU (TCU), 1996-97 Louisiana Tech, 2003-04

Half Game Season

67 127 2853

New Mexico State (Utah State), 2012-13 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

82.5

Largest Scoring Margin WAC Game 62 WAC Season 24.5

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

Game Season

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

80 23.2

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

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

46 Game Season 1016

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

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

105 2272

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 53.2 Creighton (431-810), 1991-92 WAC Season Game Season

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), 2010-11 158 Fresno State, 2010-11 WAC Season 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 WAC Season 452 Fresno State, 2011-12 Game Season

50 956

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

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

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

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

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 .810 Utah State, 2012-13 Game 1.000 .801 Season

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 Utah State, 2012-13

REBOUNDING Most Rebounds WAC Game 74 925 WAC Season

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 Season

48.6

Louisiana Tech, 2001-02

ASSISTS 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

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

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WAC RECORDS – TEAM PERSONAL FOULS

Fewest Field Goal Attempts Allowed WAC Game 36 Utah (UNM), 1992-93

Most Fouls WAC Game WAC Season

36 364

SMU (TCU), 1996-97 UTSA, 2012-13

Game

Game Season

36 646

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

Fewest Free Throw Attempts Allowed WAC Game 2 Hawai‘i (Nevada), 2001-02

Fewest Fouls WAC Game 5 WAC Season 170

Idaho (New Mexico State), 2012-13 Hawai‘i (UNLV), 1996-97 Hawai‘i, 1997-98

Game 2

5 Game Season 355

Idaho (New Mexico State), 2012-13 Hawai‘i (UNLV), 1996-97 Hawai‘i, 2002-03

WINS AND LOSSES Most Games Played Season 36

Colorado State, 1998-99

Most Wins WAC Season

18

Louisiana Tech, 2002-03

Season

33

Colorado State, 1998-99

Most Losses WAC Season 17 Season 28

UTEP, 2001-02 San Jose State, 2008-09 San Jose State, 2007-08

36

Utah (UNM), 1992-93

Hawai‘i (Utah State), 2008-09 Hawai‘i (Nevada), 2001-02

SINGLE GAME TWO-TEAM RECORDS (WAC GAMES ONLY) Most Points Game

252

SMU (127) vs. TCU (125), 1996-97

Fewest Points Game 83

UTEP (49) vs. Hawai‘i (39), 2003-04

Most Field Goals Made Game 82

SMU (43) vs. TCU (39), 1996-97

Most Field Goals Attempted Game 178 SMU (93) vs. TCU (85), 1996-97 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Game 27 New Mexico State (13) vs. Utah State (14), 2012-13 Most Free Throws Made Game 68 SMU (32) vs. TCU (36), 1996-97 Most Rebounds Game 120

SMU (60) vs. TCU (60), 1996-97

Colorado State (33-3), 1998-99

Most Fouls Game 69

SMU (33) vs. TCU (36), 1996-97

Most Consecutive Wins WAC Season 18

Louisiana Tech, 2002-03

Most Players Fouled Out Game 9 SMU (4) vs. TCU (5), 1996-97

Season

Creighton, 1991-92

Best Won-Lost Percentage WAC Season 1.000 Louisiana Tech (18-0), 2002-03 Season

91.7

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

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

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WAC RECORDS – INDIVIDUAL SCORING Most Points WAC Game WAC Season WAC Career

45 399 1302

Kelia Shelton, Louisiana Tech (UTSA), 2012-13 Allison Curtin, Tulsa, 2002-03 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99

Game Season Career

45 824 2740

Kelia Shelton, Louisiana Tech (UTSA), 2012-13 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99

Game Season Career

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

Best Scoring Average WAC Season 26.6 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1998-99 WAC Career 23.3 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State, 1990-92

Game Season Career

Season Career

Best Free Throw Percentage WAC Season 98.1 D-dra Rucker, SMU, 1999-2000 84.5 Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young, 1991-92 WAC Career

23.6 22.1

Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State, 1990-91 Kieishsha Garnes, San Diego State, 1990-92

FIELD GOALS

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 138 Diamond Ford, Texas State, 2012-13 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1996-97 WAC Career 438 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99 Game 17 Season 271 Career 918

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 364 Diamond Ford, Texas State, 2012-13 WAC Career 975 Cricket Williams, San Jose State, 2000-04 Game Season Career

31 599 1889

4 Players Diamond Ford, Texas State, 2012-13 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1995-99

66.7 61.2

92.4 83.6

Tricia Payne, TCU (Lamar), 1998-99 Amy Pack, UTEP, 2000-01 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-95

Devyn Christensen, Utah State, 2012-13 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-95

REBOUNDING Most Rebounds 25 WAC Game 252 WAC Season 459 WAC Career

Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i (Idaho), 2007-08 Cheryl Ford, Louisiana Tech, 2002-03 Teresa James, Colorado State, 1992-96

Game 25 438 Season 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

Best Field Goal Percentage WAC Season 67.9 Becky Heidotten, TU, 2001-02 WAC Career 60.7 Amy Burnett, Wyoming, 1991-95 Season Career

Season Career

23 250 714

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 9 Devyn Christensen, USU (Idaho- WAC Tournament), 2012-13 Amy Sutton, TCU (Air Force), 1998-99 Season 114 Becky Hammon, Colorado State, 1998-99 Career 365 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 160 Christina Salvatore, Idaho, 2012-13 WAC Career 509 Andrea Coseey, SMU, 2000-04

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

20 302 888

56.4 49.7

Jalessa Ross Fresno State (North Carolina), 2010-11 Devyn Christensen, Utah State, 2012-13 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

14 110 303

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SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10 All Games TOTAL POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pts 824 704 702 692 685 666 661 657 644 643

Name, School, Year Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1997-98 Adrienne Johnnson, 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 Diamond Ford, TXST, 2012-13 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13

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. 234 9. 231 10. 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 Diamond Ford, TXST, 2012-13 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Abby Garchek, UNM, 1997-98 Mikki Kane-Barton, UU, 1992-93

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FGA 1. 599 2. 575 3. 564 4. 548 5. 543 6. 526 7. 516 8. 502 9. 501 10. 500

Name, School, Year Diamond Ford, TXST, 2012-13 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13 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

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Pct Name, School, Year FG-FGA 1. 66.7 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1991-92 156-234 2. 65.9 Amber Jackson SJSU, 2004-05 205-311 3. 65.0 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1993-94 134-206 4. 64.0 Becky Heidotten, TU, 2000-01 105-164 5. 59.1 Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 195-330 Michelle Suman, SDSU, 1994-95 123-208 7. 58.7 Amy Burnett, UW, 1993-94 176-300 8. 58.5 Kylie Page, UH, 1997-98 176-301 9. 58.2 Kris Kugel, CU, 1991-92 195-335 10. 58.1 Shannon Struby, CU, 1990-91 212-365 58.1 Amber Jackson, SJSU, 2005-06 191-329

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS FG 1. 114 2. 107 3. 103 103 5. 102 6. 98 8. 96 9. 95 10. 94

Name, School, Year Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13 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, NEV, 2002-03 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2008-09 Rosie Moult, FS, 2011-12

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FGA 1. 302 2. 274 3. 273 4. 271 5. 270 6. 269 7. 256 8. 253 9. 233 10. 231

Name, School, Year Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2010-11 Lindsay Logan, FS, 2000-01 Christina Salvatore, UI, 2012-13 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

TOTAL FREE THROWS FT 1. 197 2. 194 3. 188 4. 180 5. 178 6. 176 7. 174 8. 169 9. 167 10. 166

Name, School, Year Amy Burnett, UW, 1993-94 Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Amy Pack, UTEP, 2000-01 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, SJSU, 2012-13 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Raylene Howard, UH, 1998-99 Ashley Ward, SU, 2012-13 Ashlee Brown, USU, 2011-12 Tasha Williams, LTU, 2004-05

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Pct 1. 92.5 2. 89.8 3. 88.9 4. 88.7 5. 88.6 6. 88.5 7. 88.2 8. 87.6 87.6 10. 87.3

Name, School, Year FT-FTA Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13 110-119 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

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. 327 Riana Byrd, SJSU, 2012-13 9. 326 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2008-09 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2007-08

REBOUND AVERAGE THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Avg Name, School, Year (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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Cheryl Ford, LTU, 2002-03 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2009-10 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2010-11 Tanya Smith, UH, 2007-08 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2008-09 Riana Byrd, SJSU, 2012-13 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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SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10 TOTAL ASSISTS Ast 1. 213 2. 212 4. 195 5. 192 8. 191 9. 190 10. 188

Name, School, Year Alli Bills, UU, 1996-97 Alli Bills, UU, 1997-98 Laura Ingham, NEV 2002-03 Val Harrison, UW, 1991-92 Emiko Smith, DU, 2012-13 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

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, NEV, 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

ASSIST AVERAGE

TOTAL STEALS 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 Sylvia Shephard, SU, 2012-13 Erica Taylor, LTU, 2003-04 8. 98 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Nani Cockett, UH, 1997-98 10. 97 Ki-Ki Moore, FS, 2011-12

STEAL 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

TOTAL BLOCKS

TOTAL FIELD GOALS

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

FG 1. 138 2. 131 4. 130 5. 128 6. 126 7. 125 10. 124

Name, School, Year Diamond Ford, TXST, 2012-13 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

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. 364 2. 333 3. 329 4. 304 5. 299 6. 287 7. 286 8. 278 9. 267 10. 263

Name, School, Year Diamond Ford, TXST, 2012-13 Stefanie Gilbreath, NMSU, 2012-13 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1998-99 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, SJSU, 2012-13 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Atari Parker, SJSU, 2000-01 Lindsay Logan, FS, 2000-01

BLOCK AVERAGE

WAC Games TOTAL POINTS Pts 1. 399 2. 391 3. 380 5. 373 6. 369 7. 360 8. 357 9. 356 10. 350

Name, School, Year Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Diamond Ford, TXST, 2012-13 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, SJSU, 2012-13 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2004-05 Tasha Williams, LTU, 2004-05 Adrienne Johnson, LTU, 2010-11 Stefanie Gilbreath, NMSU, 2012-13

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. 21.7 10. 21.6

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 Diamond Ford, TXST, 2012-13 Mikki Kane-Barton, UU, 1992-93

SCORING AVERAGE

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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, NEV, 2002-03 2. 56 Kimya Murray, UTEP, 2001-02 3. 55 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1998-99 4. 54 Christina Salvatore, UI, 2012-13 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1997-98 6. 53 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2007-08 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1996-97 8. 50 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13 9. 49 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2009-10 Becky Hammon, CSU, 1996-97 Abby Vaughan, BSU, 2002-03


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SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10 THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FGA 1. 160 2. 154 3. 144 4. 141 5. 138 6. 136 7. 135 8. 132 9. 128 10. 125

Name, School, Year Christina Salvatore, UI, 2012-13 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13 Ashley Bastian, NEV 2002-03 Jessica Kellogg, SJSU, 2002-03 Andrea Cossey, SMU, 2001-02 Stefanie Gilbreath, NMSU, 2012-13 Kimya Murray, UTEP, 2001-02 Athena Pirpich, TU, 2000-01 Julie Krommenhoek, UU, 1997-98 Jaleesa Ross, FS, 2010-11

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

TOTAL REBOUNDS

TOTAL STEALS

Reb Name, School, Year 1. 252 Cheryl Ford, LTU, 2002-03 2. 219 Shanavia Dowdell, LTU, 2009-10 3. 202 Riana Byrd, SJSU, 2012-13 4. 199 Tanya Smith, UH, 2007-08 5. 190 Sherell Neal, NMSU, 2006-07 6. 189 Maiya Michel, DU, 2012-13 7. 186 Yinka Olorunnife, UI, 2008-09 8. 185 Amisha Carter, LTU, 2003-04 9. 180 Kamilah Jackson, UH, 2010-11 10. 179 Janee Young, FS, 1996-97 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2004-05

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

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

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

( 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

REBOUND AVERAGE

TOTAL FREE THROWS

TOTAL ASSISTS

FT 1. 110 3. 109 4. 106 6. 105 7. 104 8. 102 9. 100 10. 99

Name, School, Year Amy Burnett, UW, 1994-95 Allison Curtin, TU, 2002-03 Jillian Robbins, TU, 2004-05 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, SJSU, 2012-13 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

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Pct 1. 98.1 2. 94.7 3. 92.1 4. 91.2 6. 91.1 7. 90.9 8. 89.4 9. 88.6 10. 88.5

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 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2012-13 62-68 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

Avg 1. 14.0 2. 13.7 3. 12.4 4. 12.0 6. 11.9 7. 11.6 8. 11.4 9. 11.2

Name, School, Year 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 Riana Byrd, SJSU, 2012-13 Janee Young, FS, 1996-97

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

Name, School, Year Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2002-03 Laura Ingham, NEV, 2002-03 Emiko Smith, DU, 2012-13 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

Ast 137 129 124 121 120 114 109 101 100 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. 6.9

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, NEV, 2002-03 Lakeysha Wright, SDSU, 1994-95 Kristen Pool, UNLV, 1998-99 Tammie Beckley, FS, 1992-93 Emiko Smith, DU, 2012-13

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 9. 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. 225 9. 222 10. 208

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 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2009-13 Staci Oddo, FS, 1992-96 Amy Billhymer, UTEP, 1993-97

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. 89.5 2. 85.1 3. 84.1 4. 83.6 5. 83.1 7. 82.8 9. 82.3

Name, School, Year FT-FTA Devyn Christensen, USU, 2009-13 317-354 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 Jennifer Schlott, USU, 2010-13 202-244 Tricia Payne, TCU, 1998-2001 285-344 Jasmine Bendolph, LTU 2008-12 153-186 Nadia Begay, BSU, 2003-07 121-147

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 70 2013-14 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, 09-10 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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(minimum two seasons)

TOTAL POINTS Pts 1. 1302 2. 1058 3. 1050 4. 1034 5. 967 6. 927 7. 925 8. 898 9. 877 10. 870

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 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2009-13

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. 121 8. 120 9. 118

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 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2009-13 Lindsay Logan, FS, 1999-03 Rosie Moult, FS, 2009-12 Staci Oddo, FS, 1992-96

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

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Pct Name, School, Years FT-FTA 1. 91.0 Devyn Christensen, USU, 2009-13 171-188 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 71 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 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 SMU 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 Fresno State 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State 2012-13 Utah 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 76.5

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 2012-13 UTSA

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 57.7

TOTAL FIELD GOALS 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

FG 892 974 774 872 797 828 834 856 985

1999-00 SMU 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Rice 2005-06 Fresno State 2006-07 Boise State 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State 2012-13 Utah State

867 839 877 1016 987 819 821 814 873 899 874 875 923 853

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 1998-99 Colorado State 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 2012-13 Utah State

FGA 1871 1871 1786 1905 1807 1915 1999 1982 2142 2029 2018 2036 2272 2142 2020 1892 2051 2065 2214 2093 2143 2205 2081

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 Fresno State 2007-08 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech

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

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42.2 43.6 41.8

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE Year School 1990-91 Colorado State 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 Utah 1993-94 Utah 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 New Mexico 1996-97 Hawai‘i 1997-98 SMU 1998-99 Utah 1999-00 Hawai‘i 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 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Hawai’i 2011-12 San Jose State 2012-13 UTSA

Pct 40.2 40.2 37.5 37.9 35.2 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 37.9

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Brigham Young 1993-94 Brigham Young 1994-95 Wyoming 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 Colorado State 1997-98 Colorado State 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 TCU 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 UTEP 2002-03 Boise State 2003-04 SMU 2004-05 Boise State 2005-06 Boise State 2006-07 Boise State 2007-08 Fresno State 2008-09 Fresno State 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State 2012-13 Idaho

FG 151 169 139 162 164 169 181 223 290 199 249 171 169 191 178 174 168 262 309 301 324 332 266


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FGA 397 454 406 478 465 545 497 636 795 581 663 559 560 611 544 572 562 762 893 854 956 970 819

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 2012-13

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 Utah State 247 752 32.8

TOTAL FREE THROWS Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Colorado State 1993-94 Colorado State 1994-95 Utah 1995-96 New Mexico 1996-97 TCU 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Colorado State

FT 496 465 424 419 453 453 479 545 593

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 2012-13 Utah State

535 642 468 517 546 517 544 493 464 463 513 501 516 495

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Year School 1990-91 Utah 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 UTEP 1993-94 San Diego State 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 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Boise State 2007-08 Boise State New Mexico State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Nevada 2011-12 Hawai‘i 2012-13 Seattle U

FTA 700 719 691 652 677 659 668 710 834 728 846 689 740 780 730 768 690 660 660 691 746 487 677 696

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 73 WACSports.com

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

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74.1 79.6 80.1

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 2012-13 Idaho

Reb 1236 1224 1203 1233 1240 1241 1249 1286 1298 1297 1405 1457 1537 1423 1409 1334 1330 1370 1510 1419 1363 1284 1379

REBOUND AVERAGE Year School 1990-91 Brigham Young 1991-92 UTEP 1992-93 Colorado State 1993-94 UTEP 1994-95 Colorado State 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 2012-13 Idaho

Avg 42.6 43.7 43.4 42.8 42.0 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 41.8


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ASSIST AVERAGE Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Wyoming 1992-93 Utah 1993-94 San Diego State 1994-95 Utah 1995-96 Colorado State 1996-97 Utah 1997-98 Colorado State 1998-99 Brigham Young 1999-00 Fresno State 2000-01 Nevada 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 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 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State 2012-13 Seattle U

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 1996-97 San Diego State 1997-98 New Mexico 1998-99 Colorado State

Ast 604 585 488 512 509 492 510 531 558 515 540 467 533 509 485 491 408 511 468 495 550 559 461

1999-00 SMU 2000-01 TCU 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 2004-05 Fresno State 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 2006-07 Nevada 2007-08 Nevada 2008-09 Nevada 2009-10 Fresno State 2010-11 Fresno State 2011-12 Fresno State 2012-13 Seattle U

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 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Utah State 2010-11 Utah State 2011-12 Nevada 2012-13 Idaho

Avg 20.8 20.0 16.8 16.5 17.0 15.9 16.5 17.7 17.4 17.4 17.6 15.6 15.7 REBOUND MARGIN 15.9 Year School 16.1 1990-91 Utah 15.3 1991-92 San Diego State 14.1 1992-93 UTEP 15.5 1993-94 San Diego State 14.2 1994-95 Utah 15.6 1995-96 UTEP 16.7 1996-97 Wyoming 16.4 1997-98 New Mexico 14.9 1998-99 Utah 1999-00 SMU 2000-01 Hawai‘i Stl 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 350 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 395 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 351 2004-05 Rice 404 2005-06 Fresno State 385 2006-07 Hawai‘i 378 2007-08 Fresno State 410 2008-09 Fresno State 434 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 386

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 42.7 39.1 41.7 41.5 41.7 44.3

393 2010-11 Nevada 308 2011-12 Hawai‘i 321 2012-13 Seattle U 366 450 SCORING MARGIN 335 Year School 327 1990-91 Utah 385 1991-92 Creighton 383 1992-93 Brigham Young 325 1993-94 San Diego State 347 1994-95 San Diego State 412 1995-96 Utah 420 1996-97 San Diego State 396 1997-98 Hawai‘i 1998-99 Colorado State 1999-00 SMU Blk 2000-01 Hawai‘i 89 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 116 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 147 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 124 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 159 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 82 2006-07 Boise State 121 2007-08 Boise State 108 2008-09 Fresno State 124 2009-10 Fresno State 110 2010-11 Fresno State 149 2011-12 Fresno State 158 2012-13 Seattle U 167 224 TURNOVER MARGIN 185 Year School 141 1990-91 Utah 134 1991-92 Creighton 131 1992-93 Brigham Young 153 1993-94 San Diego State 144 1994-95 San Diego State 138 1995-96 Fresno State 128 1996-97 San Diego State 149 1997-98 Rice 1998-99 Rice 1999-00 Rice Opp Mar 2000-01 Rice 31.8 6.8 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 32.7 9.2 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 36.3 6.6 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 32.8 7.0 2004-05 SMU 34.9 5.0 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 36.7 6.0 2006-07 Nevada 37.0 6.8 2007-08 Nevada 34.5 4.5 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 33.7 5.6 2009-10 Fresno State 36.2 5.6 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 36.2 5.1 2006-07 Nevada 35.2 13.4 2007-08 Nevada 35.5 9.7 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 36.3 8.1 2009-10 Fresno State 36.9 5.8 2010-11 Fresno State 33.4 5.7 2011-12 Fresno State 36.1 5.6 2012-13 UTSA 35.8 5.7 36.8 4.8 38.4 5.9

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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 67.4

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 63.2 4.2

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 15.9 19.4 3.5


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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 79.8

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 2012-13 UTSA

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 60.9

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

370 405 407 386 477 402 412 396 412 558

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

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546 568 475 401 412 438 425 432 437 404 492

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Year School 1990-91 San Diego State 1991-92 Colorado State 1992-93 Fresno State Brigham Young 1993-94 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 Louisiana Tech 2001-02 2002-03 SMU 2003-04 Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 2004-05 2005-06 Boise State Louisiana Tech 2006-07 2007-08 Boise State 2008-09 Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 2009-10 2010-11 Fresno State Fresno State 2011-12 2012-13 Utah State

FGA 797 922 868 893 849 866 1101 880 894 925 1028 1247 1195 1210 1158 973 1027 1011 1026 1015 1035 944 1197

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Creighton 1992-93 Wyoming 1993-94 San Diego State San Diego State 1994-95 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 2012-13 Seattle U 75 WACSports.com

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 42.8

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE Year School 1990-91 Creighton 1991-92 Utah 1992-93 UTEP 1993-94 Utah 1994-95 San Diego State 1995-96 Utah 1996-97 Hawai‘i 1997-98 SMU 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 2012-13 Idaho

Pct 39.6 40.0 38.5 35.9 36.3 34.7 35.2 37.2 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 35.6

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 1998-99 Colorado State 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 2012-13 Idaho

FG 65 78 72 90 75 83 83 98 103 123 76 118 123 105 137 102 96 83 97 140 155 134 158 134 151


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YEARLY TEAM LEADERS – WAC THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

1999-00 Hawai‘i

FGA 2000-01 Hawai‘i 199 2001-02 Rice Louisiana Tech 266 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 204 2003-04 Louisiana Tech 237 2004-05 2005-06 Louisiana Tech 220 245 2006-07 Nevada 281 2007-08 Nevada 298 2008-09 Nevada Louisiana Tech 322 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 256 2010-11 Utah State 328 2011-12 Utah State 391 2012-13 341 413 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 341 Year School San Diego State 280 1990-91 1991-92 Brigham Young 320 403 1992-93 UTEP San Diego State 434 1993-94 San Diego State 371 1994-95 1995-96 New Mexico 452 397 1996-97 TCU 444 1997-98 UTEP 1998-99 Air Force 1999-00 Hawai‘i THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Year School FGM FGA Pct 2000-01 UTEP 1990-91 Wyoming 45 92 48.9 2001-02 Rice Louisiana Tech 1991-92 Creighton 73 159 45.9 2002-03 2003-04 San Jose State 1992-93 Fresno State 46 104 44.2 Louisiana Tech 1993-94 Fresno State 90 237 38.0 2004-05 Louisiana Tech 1994-95 Utah 73 200 36.5 2005-06 1995-96 Colorado State 83 211 39.3 2006-07 Nevada 1996-97 TCU 86 217 39.6 2007-08 Nevada 1997-98 Utah 98 260 37.7 2008-09 Nevada Louisiana Tech 1998-99 Colorado State 123 322 38.2 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 1999-00 Rice 85 296 40.0 2010-11 2011-12 San Jose State 2000-01 SMU 100 277 36.1 San Jose State 2001-02 Hawai‘i 97 1046 38.5 2012-13 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 2012-13 Idaho

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Louisiana Tech Rice Louisiana Tech Boise State Boise State Hawai‘i Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Utah State Idaho

55 87 84 96 83 82 155 134 158 93 151

151 36.4 237 36.7 235 35.7 276 34.8 254 32.7 204 40.2 434 35.7 371 36.1 452 35.0 220 42.3 444 34.0

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

FT 181 244 210 204 213 222 294 263 229

232 278 291 299 314 332 265 267 254 225 258 309 222 320

FTA 260 348 328 303 313 346 420 348 325 316 362 435 435 428 471 383 363 361 349 381 441 290 414

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

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

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73.4 78.7 81.0

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 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Nevada 2011-12 Hawai‘i 2012-13 Idaho

Reb 506 567 598 586 578 590 695 590 532 584 660 925 842 801 753 694 744 691 688 734 663 574 781

REBOUND AVERAGE Year School 1990-91 Colorado 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 Rice 2005-06 Hawai‘i 2006-07 Louisiana Tech 2007-08 Hawai‘i 2008-09 Louisiana Tech 2009-10 Louisiana Tech 2010-11 Hawai’i 2011-12 Hawai‘i 2012-13 Idaho

Avg 46.4 41.1 42.7 41.9 41.3 42.1 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 43.4


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YEARLY TEAM LEADERS – WAC 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 2012-13 Seattle U

Ast 266 288 260 233 254 229 287 249 264 250 294 311 275 295 294 252 230 261 236 239 276 242 288

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 2012-13 Seattle U

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 16.0

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

Stl 130 180 169 198 197 169 280 195 186

1999-00 SMU 2000-01 San Jose State 2001-02 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 Louisiana Tech 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 2012-13 Seattle U

181 174 197 178 254 200 195 185 196 165 188 214 191 207

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 2012-13 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 94

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

School Utah San Diego State Utah San Diego State Utah San Diego State Utah Hawai‘i Utah Hawai‘i TCU Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Rice Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Fresno State Nevada

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 46.8 44.0 41.2 42.6 46.5 41.6 41.3

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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 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

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Louisiana Tech Nevada Hawai‘i Seattle U Denver

45.9 41.4 41.0 41.5 42.4

38.6 7.2 33.8 7.8 37.9 3.1 36.0 5.5 36.9 5.5

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 79.8

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 71.9 7.9

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 14.9

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 19.2 4.2

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 2012-13

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 Utah 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 2012-13

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 UTSA


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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 2012-13

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 Diamond Ford, Texas State

Tot 661 574 587 581 614 594 618 704 824 495 544 485 692 542 550 510 534 529 531 592 702 603 644

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 2012-13

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 Diamond Ford, Texas 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 21.5

TOTAL FIELD GOALS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

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

FG 271 249 224 219 195 200 219 238 261

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 2012-13

Karlin Kennedy, SMU Kate Smith, Nevada Ayana Walker, Louisiana Tech Allison Curtin, Tulsa Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech 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 Diamond Ford, Texas State

186 192 162 231 215 199 191 191 203 218 235 256 217 217 234

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 2012-13

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 Diamond Ford, Texas State

FGA 564 488 470 488 413 442 473 468 543 424 465 346 516 423 369 412 431 438 454 450 501 462 599

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

Name, School Shannon Struby, Creighton Michelle Suman, San Diego State Amy Burnett, Wyoming Michelle Suman, San Diego State Michelle Suman, San Diego State Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amber McEwen, Utah Karlin Kennedy, SMU Kylie Page, Hawai‘i Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Lila Osceola, Tulsa Omelogo Udeze, Fresno State Becky Heidotten, Tulsa Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech Emily Jaskowiak, Tulsa Amber Jackson, San Jose State Amber Jackson, San Jose State Katie Madison, Idaho Shavon Moore, Nevada

Pct 58.1 66.7 56.4 65.0 59.1 59.1 54.6 54.7 58.5 57.7 54.1 53.3 64.0 52.9 53.4 65.9 58.1 49.6 56.3

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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 Kacie Sowell, Seattle U 55.6

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 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 2012-13

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 Devyn Christensen, Utah State

FG 80 72 53 67 76 88 103 98 114 74 77 80 96 67 65 86 60 89 95 103 102 94 107

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 2012-13

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 Devyn Christensen, Utah State

FGA 211 137 146 161 163 216 233 231 274 179 225 206 206 227 174 196 232 191 211 231 253 273 269 302


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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 2012-13

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 Makenlee Williams, 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 42.3

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 2012-13

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 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State

FT 155 143 133 197 194 136 145 148 148 188 146 180 155 174 152 166 164 160 160 161 136 176 166 178

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

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

FTA 212 204 166 232 229 179 205 193

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 2012-13

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 Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Brittany Johnson, San Jose State Ta’Rea Cunnigan

218 186 250 196 207 231 207 207 224 207 197 175 175 224 235

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 2012-13

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 Devyn Chtistensen, 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 92.4

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

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 79 WACSports.com

Reb 304 311 255 286 257 298 287 248 259 267 285 266 438 344 301 285 335 353 326

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Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Riana Byrd, San Jose State

398 333 317 327

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 2012-13

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 Riana Byrd, San Jose State

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 10.9

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 2012-13

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 Emiko Smith, Denver

Ast 182 195 183 149 165 149 213 212 191 192 164 173 212 185 185 162 126 133 144 123 148 181 192


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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 Emiko Smith, Denver

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 2012-13

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 Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U

BLOCK AVERAGE

STEAL AVERAGE 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 6.19

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 2012-13

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 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 Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U

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 3.20 3.36 2.47 3.97 2.72 2.69 2.35 2.50 2.72 2.85 3.26

TOTAL BLOCKS Stl 73 73 106 103 103 95 95 96 115 98 94 82 88 96 101 74 115 87 86 73 73 75 87 97 101

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 2012-13

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 Riana Byrd, San Jose State

Blk 37 48 84 68 87 38 48 54 51 40 96 77 110 84 75 64 44 52 61 51 51 62 47 64

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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 Riana Byrd, San Jose State

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 2.13


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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 2012-13

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 Diamond Ford, Texas State

Pts 304 279 303 295 330 274 380 286 373 259 319 333 399 330 360 286 302 277 265 292 356 289 391

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 2012-13

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 Diamond Ford, Texas 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 21.7

TOTAL FIELD GOALS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

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

FG 124 118 116 94 103 94 131 99 125

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 2012-13

Amy Pack, UTEP Kate Smith, Nevada Kate Smith, Nevada Allison Curtin, Tulsa Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech 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 Diamond Ford, Texas State

92 113 112 130 131 125 110 109 98 104 104 118 125 99 138

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 2012-13

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 Diamond Ford, Texas State 364

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

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 81 WACSports.com

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

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Erica Henry, Fresno State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Charlotte Otero, Idaho Ashlee Brown, Utah State Brooke Jackson, Utah State Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

62.6 55.3 54.3 53.4 56.5 56.3

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 2012-13

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 Christina Salvatore, Idaho

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 54

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 2012-13

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 Christina Salvatore, Idaho 160


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YEARLY INDIVIDUAL 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 2012-13

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 Ayriel Anderson, Texas 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 43.1

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 2012-13

Name, School Lisa Rathbun, Brigham Young Karen Alcorn, Utah Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Amy Burnett, Wyoming Chrissy Ingalls, Wyoming Lila Osceola, Tulsa Abby Garchek, New Mexico Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Amy Pack, UTEP Amy Pack, UTEP Leela Farr, Tulsa Allison Curtin, Tulsa Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech 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 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State

FT 62 76 73 95 110 76 95 65 81 74 105 100 110 86 106 69 86 89 74 76 102 80 106

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

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

FTA 75 93 87 115 126 101 132 90 100

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 2012-13

Amy Pack, UTEP Amy Pack, UTEP Leela Farr, Tulsa Allison Curtin, Tulsa Tatiana Taylor, San Jose State 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 Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State

98 147 142 130 97 156 82 116 108 96 101 120 106 136

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 2012-13

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 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 91.2

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

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

Reb 137 129 132 168 143 137 179 129 129 125 174 188 252 185 179 162 190 199 186

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Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Kamilah Jackson, Hawai’i Riana Byrd, San Jose State

219 180 149 202

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 2012-13

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 Riana Byrd, San Jose State

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 11.2

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 2012-13

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 Emiko Smith, Denver

Ast 114 101 91 77 100 74 120 109 89 92 99 118 137 88 121 77 86 68 80 64 74 95 124


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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 2012-13

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 Emiko Smith, Denver

STEAL AVERAGE 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 6.89

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 2012-13

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 Jenna Johnson, Utah State Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose 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 49 49

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 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

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 Jenna Johnson, Utah State Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State

BLOCK AVERAGE 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 3.28 3.56 2.47 3.88 2.69 3.56 2.88 2.94 2.93 3.64 2.72 2.72

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 2012-13

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 Riana Byrd, San Jose State

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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 38

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 2012-13

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 Riana Byrd, San Jose State

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 2.11


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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 NM 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 NM State Darin Spence San Jose State Greg Lockridge Idaho Mike Divilibiss

Team Coach Gordy Presnell Boise State *Fresno State Adrian Wiggins NM 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 NM 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 NM 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

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def 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 NM 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

WAC Creighton* Seattle U Utah$ Louisiana Tech> Rice San Diego State$ SMU+ Colorado State$ UTSA× Fresno State^ Brigham Young$ Hawai‘i= TCU! Utah State÷ Wyoming$ Tulsa+ Denver× Boise State@ Idaho Nevada& New Mexico State New Mexico$ UTEP# San Jose State< UNLV% UT Arlington× Texas State× Air Force% *WAC Affiliate 1990-92 $WAC Member 1990-99 %WAC Member 1996-99

2011-12

WAC Games All Games Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def Adrian Wiggins 13-1 .929 76.6 57.6 28-6 .824 74.9 62.2 Raegan Pebley 11-3 .786 76.2 67.9 21-10 .677 72.4 66.4 Teresa Weatherspoon 8-6 .571 65.1 62.6 17-15 .531 66.6 66.2 Jon Newlee 6-8 .429 64.4 68.5 12-20 .375 61.9 67.7 Tim La Kose 6-8 .429 67.4 68.9 11-19 .367 64.4 69.0 Dana Takahara-Dias 6-8 .429 59.3 66.6 11-19 .367 58.9 67.0 Jane Albright 3-11 .214 69.1 76.9 7-23 .233 67.5 75.2 Mark Trakh 3-11 .214 53.8 62.9 6-24 .200 53.8 63.3

2012-13

2010-11

Team Fresno State Utah State Louisiana Tech Idaho San Jose State Hawaii Nevada NM State

WAC Games All Games Team Coach W-L Pct. Off. Def. W-L Pct. Off. Def Seattle U Joan Bonvicini 15-3 .833 67.9 61.9 20-11 .645 67.4 63.2 Utah State Jerry Finkbeiner 14-4 .778 79.8 71.9 18-14 .563 76.5 75.2 Idaho Jon Newlee 11-7 .611 67.3 62.3 17-16 .515 64.8 66.8 UTSA Rae Rippetoe-Blair 10-8 .556 61.7 60.9 16-14 .533 60.8 57.7 Louisiana Tech TeresaWeatherspoon 9-9 .500 67.5 66.2 14-17 .452 62.8 66.5 Denver Kerry Cremeans 8-10 .444 68.8 68.2 14-17 .452 66.0 67.5 San Jose State Tim La Kose 8-10 .444 69.3 74.8 11-19 .367 67.4 74.1 NM State Mark Trakh 7-11 .389 63.9 65.0 15-16 .484 62.2 64.1 Texas State Zenarae Antoine 4-14 .222 66.1 69.9 10-20 .333 69.5 70.9 UT Arlington Morrow/Blair 4-14 .222 60.3 71.3 7-23 .233 58.8 71.8

ALL-TIME COMPOSITE STANDINGS W L PCT 24 2 .923 15 3 .833 99 27 .786 155 43 .783 106 40 .685 83 43 .659 89 57 .610 71 55 .563 10 8 .556 169 143 .542 67 59 .532 136 120 .531 38 36 .514 63 65 .492 57 69 .452 66 80 .452 8 10 .444 72 96 .429 53 75 .414 80 116 .408 52 76 .406 42 72 .368 78 152 .339 84 203 .293 12 31 .279 4 14 .222 4 14 .222 1 43 .023 !WAC Member 1996-01 #WAC Member 1990-04 +WAC Member 1996-04

OVERALL Creighton* Utah$ Louisiana Tech> Rice+ Seattle U San Diego State$ Colorado State$ SMU+ TCU! Fresno State^ Hawai‘i% UTSA× Boise State Brigham Young$ Wyoming$ Denver× Utah State÷ Nevada& New Mexico State Tulsa+ New Mexico$ UTEP# Idaho Texas State× San Jose State< UNLV% UT Arlington× Air Force%

@WAC Member 2001-11 =WAC Member 1990-12 ^WAC Member 1992-12

W L PCT 50 11 .820 184 76 .708 263 116 .694 179 94 .656 20 11 .645 161 94 .631 165 97 .630 159 109 .593 83 63 .568 335 269 .555 251 219 .534 16 14 .533 139 138 .502 128 128 .500 116 129 .473 14 14 .452 109 133 .450 158 203 .438 108 141 .434 112 147 .432 96 134 .417 164 249 .397 88 153 .365 10 20 .333 155 337 .315 25 57 .305 7 23 .233 14 64 .179

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WAC ATTENDANCE RECORDS WAC YEARLY HOME ATTENDANCE 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 1994-95 8 103 64,335 624 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 1999-00 8 114 109,303 959 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 2004-05 10 140 204,257 1,459 2005-06 9 123 152,995 1,244 2006-07 9 123 131,084 1,066 2007-08 9 133 161,382 1,213 1,207 2008-09 9 135 162,973 1,328 2009-10 9 135 179,221 2010-11 9 134 198,048 1,478 2011-12 8 120 177,254 1,477 2012-13 10 143 114,182 798 *No records kept for UTEP #No records kept for Fresno State

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

50 71 .413

2012-13

43 65 .398

Totals

1371 1323 .509

(Regular-season games only)

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

34.

6,258

Brigham Young at New Mexico

Jan. 31, 1998

35.

6,194

New Mexico State at New Mexico

Dec. 12, 1998

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

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WAC YEARLY HONORS 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 2012-13 Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Delena Criner, Nevada Dellena Criner, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Shavon Moore, Nevada Ashlee Brown, Utah State Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

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 Stefanie Gilbreath, New Mexico State

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

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

COACH OF THE YEAR 1990-91 Bruce Rasmussen, Creighton 1991-92 Bruce Rasmussen, Creighton 1992-93 Jeanie Wilson, Brigham Young 1993-94 Beth Burns, San Diego 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 2012-13 Joan Bonvicini, Seattle U

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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) 1995 1996

Amy Burnett, Wyoming Teresa James, Colorado State


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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

2008-09

SECOND TEAM Lindsey Maynard, Rice Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech Cricket Williams, San Jose State Vaide Zagurskyte, UTEP

SECOND TEAM Hayley Munro, Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Ana Pares, Utah State Madison Spence, New Mexico State Derisa Taleni, Idaho

2004-05

2009-10

FIRST TEAM Jade Abele, Hawai‘i Amisha Carter, Louisiana Tech Trina Frierson, Louisiana Tech Lauren Neaves, Rice Jillian Robbins, Tulsa

FIRST TEAM Dellena Criner, Nevada Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State

THIRD TEAM Stacey Barr, Idaho Riana Byrd, San Jose State Jenna Johnson, Utah State Kamra King, UTSA Brittany Lewis, Louisiana Tech

2001-02

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

2002-03

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

FIRST TEAM Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Janielle Dodds, SMU Amy Parrish, Fresno State Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech

FIRST TEAM Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Tasha Harris, Boise State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State

SECOND TEAM Lakiste Barkus, Louisiana Tech Amber Jackson, San Jose State Lauren Neaves, Rice Amy Sanders, Hawai‘i Michelle Woods, Rice

SECOND TEAM Crystal Boyd, New Mexico State Rachele Kloke, Idaho Shavon Moore, Nevada Hayley Munro, Fresno State Amber White, Utah State

Mountain Division Alli Bills, Utah Marla Brumfield, Rice Hilary King-Noel, Utah Jill Lewis, UTEP Tamika Stukes, New Mexico

2005-06

2010-11

1997-98

FIRST TEAM Lamisha Augustine, San Jose State Amber Jackson, San Jose State Amy Parrish, Fresno State Mirenda Swearengin, Fresno State Tasha Williams, Louisiana Tech

FIRST TEAM Ashlee Brown, Utah State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Shavon Moore, Nevada Tahnee Robinson, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State

SECOND TEAM Emily Faurholt, Idaho Leilani Mitchell, Idaho Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Aarica Ray-Boyd, Louisiana Tech

SECOND TEAM Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Rosie Moult, Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Madison Spence, New Mexico State Tarkeisha Wysinger-Mackey, LA Tech

Mountain Division Brenda Atwater, UTEP Alli Bills, Utah Sara Farmer, Colorado State Julie Krommenhoek, Utah Tamika Stukes, New Mexico

2006-07

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

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

SECOND TEAM Traci Graham, Nevada Michelle Hessing, Boise State Katie Madison, Idaho Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tierre Wilson, Fresno State

SECOND TEAM Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech Shantale Bramble-Donaldson Kamilah Jackson, Hawai‘i Rosie Moult, Fresno State Taylor Thompson, Fresno State

Mountain Division Marla Brumfield, Rice Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Karlin Kennedy, SMU Roxanne Manning, Colorado State Charonda Wilson, Rice

2012-13

1999-2000

FIRST TEAM Dellena Criner, Nevada Shan Moore, Louisiana Tech Ty Moore, Louisiana Tech Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Jessica Thompson, Boise 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

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

Pacific Division Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i Nici Johnson, SMU Charonda Wilson, Rice Janee Young, Fresno State

1998-99

FIRST TEAM Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Devyn Christensen, Utah State Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State Diamond Ford, Texas State Kacie Sowell, Seattle U SECOND TEAM Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech Stefanie Gilbreath, New Mexico State Jennifer Schlott, Utah State Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U Emiko Smith, Denver

Marla Brumfield, Rice Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Tiffany Lewis, Fresno State D-dra Rucker, SMU Kim Smallwood, Rice

2000-01

Kylie Galloway, Hawai‘i Christina Mata, UTEP Daneesh McIntosh, Rice D-dra Rucker, SMU Tiffany Simon, Fresno State

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Carla Morrow, Tulsa Kimya Murray, UTEP Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech Essence Perry, Louisiana Tech Ayana Walker, Lousiana Tech

Laura Ingham, Fresno State Kim Lawson, Rice Amber Obaze, Louisiana Tech 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

2007-08

Dellena Criner, Nevada Cherlanda Franklin, Nevada Tasha Harris, Boise State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i

2008-09 Dellena Criner, Nevada Jenna Galassi, Boise State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Danyelle Snelgro, Utah State

2009-10 Alice Coddington, Utah State Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Shavon Moore, Nevada Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State

2010-11 Alice Coddington, Utah State Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech Shavon Moore, Nevada Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Tarkeisha Wysinger-Mackey, LA Tech


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ALL-WAC TEAMS/ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 2011-12

2000-01

2010-11

2012-13

2001-02

2011-12

ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM

2002-03

2012-13

Breanna Arbuckle, Hawai‘i Ashlee Brown, Utah State Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech Rosie Moult, Fresno State Taylor Thompson, Fresno State

Daidra Brown, Seattle U Riana Byrd, San Jose State Jenna Johnson, Utah State Maiya Michel, Denver Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U

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

April Atuaia, Hawai‘i Candace Brewer, Tulsa Andrea Cossey, SMU Janka Gabrielova, Hawai‘i Kati Safaritova, TCU

Aritta Lane, Fresno State Erica Taylor, Louisiana Tech Elisa Inman, Rice Kimya Murray, UTEP Alyssa Shriver, Tulsa

ACADEMIC ALL-WAC

Michelle Hessing, Boise State Lauren Neaves, Rice Charnette Phelps, UTEP Jillian Robbins, Tulsa Janevia Taylor, Hawai‘i

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

2003-04

1997-98

2005-06

1998-99

Pacific Division Lauren Beckman, Utah Erin Gibbons, Utah Crisy Loiselle, New Mexico Claire Swinbank, San Diego State Cady Williams, Brigham Young Mountain Division Carrie Bacon, Wyoming Linda Froehlich, UNLV Diamond Jackson, TCU Roxanne Manning, Colorado State Kim Smallwood, Rice

1999-2000

Kim Lawson, Rice Lindsay Logan, Fresno State Amy Pack, UTEP D-dra Rucker, SMU Janice Thomas, TCU

Riana Byrd, San Jose State Kailey Edwards, Denver Erin Peoples, Texas State Lulu Perry, Louisiana Tech Christina Salvatore, Idaho

ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

2004-05

Mountain Division Brenda Atwater, UTEP Angela Burgess, Brigham Young Amanda Covington, Brigham Young Heather Haanen, Colorado State Jennifer Williams, New Mexico

Alissa Campanero, Hawai‘i Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State Whitney Frazier, Louisiana Tech Krissy Karr, Idaho Madison Parrish, Fresno State

Allison Curtin, Tulsa Sarah Davis, SMU Kia Dowell, UTEP Jamie Hawkins, Boise State Vaida Zagurskyte, UTEP

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

Janielle Dodds, SMU Tasha Harris, Boise State Amber Jackson, San Jose State Meghan McGuire, Nevada Shalana Taylor, UTEP

1991-92

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

Hayley Munro, Fresno State Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Madison Spence, New Mexico State Tarkeisha Wysinger, Louisiana Tech

2008-09

Shaena-Lyn Kuehu, Idaho Heather Pilcher, Boise State Kaitlyn Soto, New Mexico State Courtney VanBrocklin, Boise State Tabytha Wampler, New Mexico State

2009-10

1990-91

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

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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 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

1997-98

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 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

1999-2000

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

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Sarah Johnson, Louisiana Tech 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 Jenna Johnson, Utah State Krissy Karr, Idaho

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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

2012-13

Maren Austgulen, Idaho Concepcion Ballestero, Idaho Stacey Barr, Idaho Mannasha Bell, UTSA Paige Bradley, Denver Riana Byrd, San Jose State Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Makenna Clark, Seattle U Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State Kailey Edwards, Denver Akunna Elonu, UTSA Chrissy Fletcher, New Mexico State Pua Furtado, Utah State Elena Holguin, New Mexico State Jordan Holub, UT Arlington Alison Janecek, Denver Jenna Johnson, Utah State Jordan Johnston, Denver Krissy Karr, Idaho Kamra King, UTSA Savanna Langston, Louisiana Tech Maggie McCarthy, Seattle U Malia Magazzeni, New Mexico State Kaylan Martin, Texas State Jenny Menz, UTSA Addi Moore, Utah State Elise Nelson, Utah State Michaela Neuhaus, Denver Desherra Nwanguma, UT Arlington Morgan Passino, Texas State Kelsie Rozendaal, New Mexico State Simone Ruedin, New Mexico State Emily Schill, San Jose State Adriana Schivo, Idaho Jennifer Schlott, Utah State Emiko Smith, Denver Kacie Sowell, Seattle U Kristin Stoffel, Seattle U Laila Suleiman, UT Arlington Jayzyl Tauala, San Jose State Chereese Thomas, San Jose State Lyndi Thorman, UTSA Miki Turner, UTSA Morgan Van Riper-Rose, Denver Jelena Vucinic, Louisiana Tech Ashley Ward, Seattle U Kelsey Willson, UT Arlington Theresa Wirth, Denver Whitney York, UTSA


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1990-91

1994-95

Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 4

Nov. 29 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Jan. 2 Jan. 9 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 March 6

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

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 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 Dec. 9 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Dec. 16 Nani Cockett, Hawai‘i Dec. 23 Janee Young, Fresno State Dec. 30 Joi Turner, New Mexico Jan. 6 Jodi Nowlin-Tres, San Diego St. 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 State

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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 Feb. 3 Marla Brunfield, Rice 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 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


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1998-99

2000-01

2003-04

Pacific Division Nov. 16 Jennifer Williams, New Mexico Nov. 23 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Nov. 30 Tiffany Lewis, Fresno Dec. 6 Katie Kern, New Mexico Dec. 13 Erin Gibbons, Utah Dec. 20 Tiana Fuertes, Utah Dec. 27 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Jan. 4 Lori Red, Utah Jan. 11 Jill Adams, Brigham Young Jan. 18 Lori Red, Utah Jan. 25 Katie Kern, New Mexico Feb. 2 Sophia Sledge, San Diego State Feb. 9 Raylene Howard, Hawai‘i Feb. 16 Kristi Lattin, UTEP Feb. 23 Alisha Griffeth, Brigham Young March 1 BJ Itoman, Hawai‘i

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

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

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 Jan. 4 Linda Froehlich, UNLV Jan. 11 Claudia Brassard, SMU Jan. 18 Tammy Goyne, Tulsa Jan. 25 Amy Sutton, TCU Feb. 2 Becky Hammon, Colorado State Feb. 9 Katie Cronin, Colorado State 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

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

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

2001-02

2004-05

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

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

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

2005-06

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

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

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

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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


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 2006-07

2009-10

2012-13

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

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

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 4 March 10

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

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

2007-08

2010-11

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

Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Dec. 27 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Jan. 18 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 7 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 March 7

Tasha Harris, Boise State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i JoKeirra Sneed, Louisiana Tech Dellena Criner, Nevada Jessica Thompson, Boise State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Dellena Criner, Nevada Erica Henry, Fresno State Sherell Neal, New Mexico State Dellena Criner, Nevada Tanya Smith, Hawai‘i Tasha Harris, Boise State Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State JoKeirra Sneed, Louisiana Tech Jenny Gross, Utah State Hayley Munro, Fresno State Tierre Wilson, Fresno State

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

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

2011-12 Nov. 14 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 4

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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Kacie Sowell, Seattle U Ta’Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State Devyn Christensen, Utah State Riana Byrd, San Jose State Erin Peoples, Texas State Ashley Ezeh, Texas State Devyn Christensen, Utah State Diamond Ford, Texas State Kacie Sowell, Seattle U Emily Schill, San Jose State Jennifer Schlott, Utah State Alyssa Charlston, Idaho Emiko Smith, Denver Kelia Shelton, Louisiana Tech Danesia Williamson, New Mexico State Camila Rosen, New Mexico State Riana Byrd, San Jose State Stefanie Gilbreath, New Mexico 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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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.)

2013 First Round Connecticut 105, Idaho 37 (Storrs, Conn.)


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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) Third Round Drake 73, New Mexico 60 (Albuquerque, N.M.) Arkansas 76, Rice 70 (Fayetteville, Ark.)

2000 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) Semifinals New Mexico 68, Hawai‘i 43 (Albuquerque, N.M.)

2002 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)

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.) First Round Fresno State 77, UNLV 57 (Fresno, Calif.) Second Round Kansas State 64, Fresno State 61 (Manhattan, Kan.)

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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.)

First Round Wyoming 84, Nevada 56 (Laramie, Wyo.)

Semifinals Colorado State 80, Florida 65 (Fort Collins, Colo.)

2008

Finals Colorado State 71, Rutgers 60 (Fort Collins, Colo.)

First Round Boise State 77, Idaho State 54 (Boise, Idaho)

1999

Second Round TCU 85, Boise State 56 (Fort Worth, Texas)

First Round TCU 62, Saint Mary’s 51 (Fort Worth, Texas)

2009

Second Round UC Santa Barbara 86, TCU 61 (Santa Barbara, Calif.)

First Round Louisiana Tech 77, SMU 54 (Ruston, La.)

2000

Second Round Illinois State 73, Louisiana Tech 59 (Normal, Ill.)

First Round Rice 61, South Carolina 51 (Houston, Texas)

2010

Second Round Louisiana Tech 84, Rice 54 (Ruston, La.)

First Round Arizona State 84, New Mexico State 61 (Tempe, Ariz.) Wyoming 74, Nevada 53 (Laramie, Wyo.)

2003

2011

First Round Tulsa 81, SW Missouri State 80 (Springfield, Mo.)

First Round Utah State 103, Arizona 95 (Logan, Utah) Nevada 65, Saint Mary’s 62 (Moraga, Calif.)

Second Round Mississippi 92, Tulsa 66 (Oxford, Miss.)

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 Seattle U Utah SMU Brigham Young Fresno State Colorado State Boise State Denver Idaho New Mexico New Mexico State TCU UNLV Nevada Hawai‘i Utah State San Jose State Tulsa UTEP UT Arlington UTSA Texas State Wyoming

Appearances 2 (1991-92) 12 (2002-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12-13) 7 (1991-92-93-94-95-96-97) 9 (1997-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05) 1 (2013) 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) 1 (2013) 8 (2006-07-08-09-10-11-12-13) 8 (1992-93-94-95-96-97-98-99) 8 (2006-07-08-09-10-11-12-13) 5 (1997-98-99-00-01) 1 (1999) 12 (2001-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12) 16 (1997-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12) 8 (2006-07-08-09-10-11-12-13) 13 (1997-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-12-13) 8 (1998-99-00-01-02-03-04-05) 12 (1992-93-94-95-96-98-99-00-01-02-03-05) 1 (2013) 1 (2013) 1 (2013) 8 (1991-92-93-94-95-96-97-98)

W L Pct 4 1 .800 23 7 .767 11 5 .688 14 7 .667 2 1 .667 12 7 .632 11 8 .579 9 7 .563 19 16 .543 8 7 .533 9 9 .500 1 1 .500 7 7 .500 8 8 .500 8 8 .500 4 4 .500 1 1 .500 7 12 .368 9 16 .360 4 8 .333 5 13 .278 3 8 .273 4 13 .235 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 8 .000

Championships 1 (1992) 4 (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010) 2 (1994, 1997) 1 (2000, 2005) 0 2 (1991, 1995) 1 (1999) 1 (1993) 3 (2009, 2011, 2012) 1 (1996) 1 (2007) 1 (2013) 1 (1998) 0 1 (2001) 0 0 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) 99 WACSports.com

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

2013 - Las Vegas, Nev. (March 13-16)

Seeds: 1-Seattle U, 2-Utah State, 3-Idaho, 4-UTSA, 5-Louisiana Tech, 6-San Jose State, 7-Denver, 8-New Mexico State, 9-UT Arlington, 10-Texas State First Round 1 - Denver 73, Texas State 63 First Round 2 - New Mexico State 76, UT Arlington 63 Quarterfinal 1 - Idaho 57, San Jose State 55 Quarterfinal 2 -Utah State 78, Denver 65 Quarterfinal 3 -Seattle U 77, New Mexico State 53 Quarterfinal 4 -Louisiana Tech 85, UTSA 58 Semifinal 1 - Idaho 84, Utah State 82 Semifinal 2 - Seattle U 80, Louisiana Tech 61 Championship - Idaho 67, Seattle U 64

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) 2013 - Total: 3,069 - Avg. 614 (5 Sessions)

Tournament Finals Year Champion 1991 Utah 1992 Creighton 1993 Brigham Young San Diego State 1994 1995 Utah 1996 Colorado State San Diego State 1997 1998 New Mexico SMU 1999 2000 Rice 2001 TCU Louisiana Tech 2002 2003 Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech 2004 2005 Rice 2006 Louisiana Tech Boise State 2007 2008 Vacated Fresno State 2009 2010 Louisiana Tech 2011 Fresno State Fresno State 2012 2013 Idaho

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

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 1993 - Debbie Dimond, Brigham Young; Andrea Herold, Utah; Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah (MVP); Thais Kidd, Brigham Young; Shenita Waddell, UTEP 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 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

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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 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) 2010 - Shanavia Dowdell, Louisiana Tech (MVP); Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech; Hayley Munro, Fresno State; Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State; Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho 2011 - Adrienne Johnson, Louisiana Tech; Rosie Moult, Fresno State; Yinka Olorunnife, Idaho; Tahnee Robinson, Nevada; Jaleesa Ross, Fresno State (MVP) 2012 - Jasmine Bendolph, Louisiana Tech; Ashlee Brown, Utah State; Alyssa Charlston, Idaho; Ki-Ki Moore, Fresno State (MVP); Rosie Moult, Fresno State 2013 - Stacey Barr, Idaho (MVP); Alyssa Charlston, Idaho; Devyn Christensen, Utah State; Sylvia Shephard, Seattle U; Kacie Sowell, Seattle U

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 2013 Stacey Barr

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 Idaho


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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...............................................................7 Janka Gabrielova Kylie Galloway Raylene Howard Kendis Keeburg Dainora Puida Christen Roper Kim Willoughby Idaho..................................................................6 Stacey Barr Alyssa Charlston (2) 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....................................................................6 Marla Brumfield (2) Krystal Frazier 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

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Seattle U............................................................2 Sylvia Shephard Kacie Sowell 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..........................................................2 Ashlee Brown Devyn Christensen 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 Attempted Game: 16 (made 9) Devyn Christensen, USU (vs. Seattle U), 2013 Tournament: 30 (made 9) Rosie Moult, Fresno State, 2012 (3 games) Lindsey Harris, San Jose State (vs. Rice), 2005 Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1999 (2 games)

Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 16 (made 13) Mikki Kane, Utah (vs. UTEP), 1992 Tournament: 24 (made 21) Linda Froehlich, UNLV, 1999 (2 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.): .944 (17-18) Tournament (minimum 30 atts.): .868 (33-38)

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Game: 9 (att. 16) Devyn Christensen, USU (vs. Seattle U), 2013 Tournament: 14 (att. 26) Kari Gallup, BYU, 1998 (3 games)

Most Free Throws Made Game: 13 (att. 16) Tournament: 21 (att. 24)

Most Free Throws Made Game: 30 (att. 33) 30 (att. 44) Tournament: 73 (att. 99)

LA Tech (vs. Seattle U), 2013 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

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)

DEFENSIVE

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

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)

Utah (vs. BYU), 1995 Utah, 1995 (3 games)

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2014 WAC TOURNAMENT BRACKET

2014 WAC Women’s Basketball Tournament March 12-15 * Orleans Arena * Las Vegas, Nev.

No. 1 Seed Game 1 Quarterfinal #1 Wednesday, March 12 noon No. 8 Seed No. 4 Seed

Game 5 Semifinal #1 Friday, March 14 noon

Game 2 Quarterfinal #2 Wednesday, March 12 2:30 p.m. No. 5 Seed Game 7 Championship Saturday, March 15 1 p.m. ESPNU

No. 3 Seed

WAC Champion

(NCAA Automatic Qualifier)

Game 3 Quarterfinal #3 Wednesday, March 12 6 p.m. No. 6 Seed No. 2 Seed

Game 6 Semifinal #2 Friday, March 14 2:30 p.m.

Game 4 Quarterfinal #4 Wednesday, March 12 8:30 p.m. No. 7 Seed 104 2013-14 WAC Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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2013-14 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Friday, Nov. 8 Nevada at Utah Valley, 4 p.m. Schreiner at Texas-Pan American, 5 p.m. Idaho at Gonzaga, 6 p.m. (Preseason WNIT) Pepperdine at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9 Indiana Tech at Chicago State, 2 p.m. Western State at Grand Canyon, 2 p.m. Bakersfield at Oregon, 7 p.m. Walla Walla at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. Kansas City at North Texas, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 Texas-Pan American at Texas Tech, 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11 Bakersfield at Oregon State, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12 New Mexico State at UTEP, 7 p.m. Washington State at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13 Chicago State at Northwestern, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14 Boise State at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. Kansas City at Southeast Missouri State, 6:30 p.m. Utah Valley at George Mason, TBA Saturday, Nov. 16 New Mexico State at Loyola Marymount, 1 p.m. Utah Valley at Longwood, 2 p.m. Chicago State at Miami (Ohio), 2 p.m. Kansas City at SIU Edwardsville, 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18 New Mexico State at Cal Poly, 5 p.m. Chicago State at Omaha, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 Western New Mexico at Grand Canyon, 7 p.m. Seattle U at Washington, 7 p.m. Texas Lutheran at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20 Concordia-Irvine at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. Toledo at Kansas City, 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21 Eastern New Mexico at New Mexico State, 1 p.m. VCU at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. Utah Valley at Southern Utah, 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22 Seattle U at Portland State, 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23 Grand Canyon vs. Bethune-Cookman, 11 a.m. (North Texas Tournament) IUPUI at Chicago State, 2 p.m. UC Irvine at Idaho, 2 p.m. Bakersfield at UNLV, 4 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 24 Seattle U at Portland, 4 p.m. Grand Canyon vs. Abilene Christian, 5 p.m. (North Texas Tournament) Tuesday, Nov. 26 Grand Canyon at North Texas, 5 p.m. (North Texas Tournament) Idaho at San Diego, 6 p.m. Purdue Calumet at Chicago State, 7 p.m. Kansas City at Missouri, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27 Sacramento State at Utah Valley, 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29 Northern Illinois at New Mexico State, 11 a.m. (Aggie Thanksgiving Classic) Sam Houston State at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (Plaza Lights Classic) Idaho at Nevada, 5 p.m. (Nugget Classic) Texas-Pan American vs. Norfolk State, 6 p.m. (UTSA Classic) Coastal Carolina at Seattle U, 7 p.m. (Delta Dental Thanksgiving Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. Mississippi State, TBA (Gulf Coast Showcase)

Friday, Dec. 6 Chicago State vs. Valparaiso, 4:30 p.m. (Toledo Invite) Idaho at Montana, 7:30 p.m. (Lady Griz Classic) Saturday, Dec. 7 Kansas City at Eastern Michigan, 12 p.m. New Mexico State at New Mexico, 2 p.m. Utah Valley at Weber State, 2 p.m. Chicago State vs. Detroit, 4:30 p.m. (Toledo Invite) Bakersfield at Cal Poly, 5 p.m. Idaho vs. Appalachian State/UC Irvine, TBD (Lady Griz Classic) Sunday, Dec. 8 Texas-Pan American at A&M-Corpus Christi, 2 p.m. Seattle U at San Diego, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 Grand Canyon at Nevada, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11 Lewis-Clark State College at Idaho, 6 p.m. Bakersfield at San Francisco, 7 p.m. Utah Valley at Utah, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 30 Omaha at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. Milwaukee at New Mexico State, 1 p.m. (Aggie Thanksgiving Classic) Northern Arizona at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Eastern Illinois at Kansas City, 3:30 p.m. (Plaza Lights Classic) Texas-Pan American vs. Northern Iowa, 10 p.m. (UTSA Classic) Grand Canyon vs. TBD, TBD (Gulf Coast Showcase) Idaho vs. California/Wake Forest, TBD (Nugget Classic) Drake/Cornell at Seattle U, TBD (Delta Dental Thanksgiving Tournament)

Friday, Dec. 13 Grand Canyon at Louisiana Monroe, 7 p.m. (Warhawk Classic)

Sunday, Dec. 1 Western Michigan at Chicago State, 2 p.m. Grand Canyon vs. TBD, TBD (Gulf Coast Showcase)

Wednesday, Dec. 18 New Mexico State at UC Irvine, 6 p.m. Kansas City at San Francisco, 7 p.m. UT Arlington at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 3 Texas-Pan American at Houston Baptist, 5:30 p.m. Carroll College at Idaho, 6 p.m. UTEP at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. Bakersfield at UC Riverside, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Dec. 19 Houston Baptist at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. Seattle U at Loyola Marymount, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 4 Maryville at Kansas City, 6 p.m. Oregon at Seattle U, 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5 Utah Valley at Boise State, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 14 Idaho at Eastern Washington, 2 p.m. Montana State at Seattle U, 2 p.m. Santa Clara at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Grand Canyon vs. East Carolina/Alcorn State, TBD (Warhawk Classic) Sunday, Dec. 15 Texas Southern at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Bakersfield at California, 2 p.m. Texas-Pan American at TCU, 4 p.m.

Friday, Dec. 20 Idaho State at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Chicago State at Southern Illinois, 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21 Wyoming at Idaho, 12 p.m. Texas-Pan American vs. Omaha, 1 p.m. (Wichita State Winter Classic) Kansas City at San Jose State, 2 p.m. Seattle U at Cal State Fullerton, 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 22 Texas-Pan American at Wichita State, 2:30 p.m. (Wichita State Winter Classic)

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2013-14 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Monday, Dec. 23 Hawai‘i at Grand Canyon, 1 p.m. New Mexico State at Cal State Fullerton, 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 28 New Mexico State vs. Northwestern State, 12 p.m. (UTSA Holiday Classic) LIU Brooklyn at Grand Canyon, 2 p.m. Idaho at Texas, 2 p.m. Seattle U at UC Santa Barbara, 2 p.m. New Orleans at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 29 Wright State at Chicago State, 2 p.m. Western Illinois at Kansas City, 2 p.m. New Mexico State at UTSA, 2 p.m. (UTSA Holiday Classic) Texas-Pan American at Oklahoma State, 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 30 Fresno Pacific at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31 Loyola at Chicago State, 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 2 Bakersfield at Cal State Northridge, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Chicago State, 7 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. *Idaho at Kansas City, 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 4 *Idaho at Chicago State, 2 p.m. *Seattle U at Kansas City, 2 p.m. *Bakersfield at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. *Grand Canyon at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8 IU-Northwest at Chicago State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9 *Texas-Pan American at Idaho, 6 p.m. *Bakersfield at Grand Canyon, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11 *Utah Valley at Grand Canyon, 2 p.m. *New Mexico State at Idaho, 2 p.m. *Chicago State at Kansas City, 2 p.m. *Texas-Pan American at Seattle U, 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16 *Chicago State at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. *Idaho at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. *Kansas City at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18 *Idaho at Bakersfield, 3 p.m. *Seattle U at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. *Kansas City at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. *Chicago State at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23 *Grand Canyon at Idaho, 6 p.m. *Bakersfield at Chicago State, 7 p.m. *Utah Valley at Kansas City, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Jan. 25 *Bakersfield at Kansas City, 2 p.m. *Utah Valley at Chicago State, 2 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Seattle U, 4 p.m. *New Mexico State at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m.

Saturday, March 8 *Utah Valley at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. *Texas-Pan American at Grand Canyon, 2 p.m. *Kansas City at Idaho, 2 p.m. *Chicago State at Seattle U, 4 p.m.

Thursday, Jan. 30 *New Mexico State at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. *Chicago State at Grand Canyon, 7 p.m. *Texas-Pan American at Utah Valley, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, March 12 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.

Saturday, Feb. 1 *Texas-Pan American at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. *Kansas City at Grand Canyon, 2 p.m. *Idaho at Seattle U, 2 p.m. *New Mexico State at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6 *Idaho at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 *Grand Canyon at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. *Kansas City at Chicago State, 2 p.m. *Seattle U at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. *Idaho at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13 *Bakersfield at Idaho, 6 p.m. *Texas-Pan American at Chicago State, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at Kansas City, 7 p.m. *Utah Valley at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15 *New Mexico State at Chicago State, 2 p.m. *Utah Valley at Idaho, 2 p.m. *Texas-Pan American at Kansas City, 2 p.m. *Bakersfield at Seattle U, 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20 *Texas-Pan American at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. *Kansas City at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. *Chicago State at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Grand Canyon, 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22 *Chicago State at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. *Idaho at Grand Canyon, 2 p.m. *Kansas City at Utah Valley, 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27 *Utah Valley at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. *Bakersfield at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Kansas City, 7 p.m. Saturday, March 1 *Grand Canyon at Chicago State, 2 p.m. *Seattle U at Idaho, 2 p.m. *Bakersfield at New Mexico State, 6 p.m. *Utah Valley at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 6 *Chicago State at Idaho, 6 p.m. *New Mexico State at Grand Canyon, 7 p.m. *Kansas City at Seattle U, 7 p.m.

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Friday, March 14 WAC Tournament Semifinal Game #1, noon WAC Tournament Semifinal Game #2, 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 15 WAC Tournament Championship Game. 1 p.m. Saturday-Tuesday, March 22-25 NCAA Tournament - First and Second Rounds Hilton Coliseum – Ames, Iowa Cameron Indoor Stadium – Durham, N.C. Thompson-Boling Arena – Knoxville, Tenn. Memorial Coliseum – Lexington, Ky. Pauley Pavilion – Los Angeles, Calif. Savage Arena – Toledo, Ohio Ferrell Center – Waco, Texas Mackey Arena – West Lafayette, Ind. Pete Maravich Assembly Center – Baton Rouge, La. Carmichael Arena – Chapel Hill, N.C. Comcast Center – College Park, Md. Reed Arena – College Station, Texas Carver-Hawkeye Arena – Iowa City, Iowa Alaska Airlines Arena – Seattle, Wash. Harry A. Gampel Pavilion – Storrs, Conn. Bryce Jordan Center – University Park, Penn. Saturday-Tuesday, March 29-April 1 NCAA Regionals Pinnacle Bank Arena – Lincoln, Neb. Joyce Center – South Bend, Ind. KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, Ky. Maples Pavilion – Palo Alto, Calif. Sunday and Tuesday, April 6 and 8 Women’s Final Four Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, Tenn. All times local/Dates and times subject to change * indicates WAC game



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