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W I L L A M E T T E Table of Contents

Team Photo...........................................................IFC, IBC General Information.........................................................1 2010-11 Season Preview....................................................2 Team Roster........................................................................3 Player Bios....................................................................... 4-7 Head Coach Anne Lapray.................................................8 Assistant Coaches...............................................................9 2009-10 Stats and Results......................................... 10-11 Bearcat Records.......................................................... 12-13 Willamette Year-By-Year Results...................................14 Willamette Support System............................................15 About Willamette University.................................... 16-17 Athletic Facilities..............................................................18 Willamette Administration..............................................19 Conference and National Affiliations...........................20 2010-11 Willamette Schedule....................................OBC

Shayna Glynn

U N I V E R S I T Y Maya McFaddin

Bearcat Women’s Basketball Quick Facts

Head Coach........................... Anne Lapray (2nd year) WU Record.............................................................4-21 Career Record.........................................................4-21 Alma Mater.................... Willamette University, 1996 Office Phone........................................ (503) 370-6132 Assistant Coach............... Jocelyn McIntire (1st year) Assistant Coach......................Russ Weddle (1st year) Assistant Coach.............................. Joe Cho (1st year) Dir. of Operations.........Wendy La France (1st year) Conference Titles.......................................................11 • NWC Championships................ 1994-95, 1995-96 • NCIC Championshps............... 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87 • WCIC Championships.............. 1972-73, 1974-75, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1983-84 2009-10 Overall Record........................................4-21 2009-10 NWC Record.......................2-14 (9th Place) Players Returning/Lost.......................................... 6/4 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 4/1

Willamette General Information Location....................................................... Salem, Oregon Founded......................................................................... 1842 Enrollment..............1,801 Undergraduate; 2,606 Overall President.................................................Dr. M. Lee Pelton Dean of Campus Life...................... Dr. David Douglass Faculty Athletic Rep................... Dr. Julianne Abendroth Director of Athletics....................................Mark Majeski Nickname................................................................Bearcats Colors.............................................Cardinal and Old Gold National Affiliation............................NCAA Division III Conference......................Northwest Conference (NWC) Arena (Capacity)...................... Cone Field House (2,500) Associate Athletic Director.............Dr. R. Skip Kenitzer Assistant Athletic Director.......................... Judy Gordon Administrative Assistant............................ Leslie Berning Head Athletic Trainer..........................Shane Wibel, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer...................Erin Scharer, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer......................Ken Smith, ATC Team Physician................................... Dr. David Thorsett Team Physician...............................Dr. Daniel Schweigert Athletics Comm. Director...................Robert McKinney Asst. Athletics Comm. Director....................Sara Elcano Athletics Comm. Phone............................(503) 370-6110 Athletics Comm. E-mail....... rmckinne@willamette.edu Athletics Department Phone................... (503) 370-6420 Athletics Department FAX......................(503) 370-6379 Athletics Web Site.............www.willamette.edu/athletics

Credits: The 2010-11 Willamette University Women’s Basketball Media Guide was written, designed and edited by Sara Elcano, assistant comm. director, with assistance from Robert McKinney, athletics comm. director, Judy Gordon, assistant athletic director., and student worker Maya McFaddin. Cover Photo (L to R): Tia Williams, Kelsey Mueller, Sophie Wilson, MacKenzie Lamson, Kaileigh Westermann, Alex Brunt-Pluta, Erin Barclay, Shayna Glynn, Alex Zennan, Andrea Harris, Dora Rabih, Alexa Beeson, Rebecca Josephson, Maya McFaddin and Breanne Faehnrich (Photo by Frank Miller). Inside Photos by Naomi Stukey, Christopher Sabato and the Willamette Office of Marketing Communications. Printing: K/P Corporation. 2010-11 Women’s Basketball

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The Willamette University women’s basketball team returns six players from last year and has added nine new players to the roster for the 2010-11 season. The Bearcats finished 4-21 overall and 2-14 in the Northwest Conference last season. The team will be led by senior guard Alex Zennan, who was an Honorable Mention AllNWC selection last year after averaging 14.6 points per game. She scored in double-digits in 21 games and posted a season-high 27 points on three different occasions. Seniors Erin Barclay and Shayna Glynn will help lead a Willamette team that includes seven freshmen and two transfer students. Kaileigh Westermann (Jr.), Maya McFaddin (Jr.) and Sophie Wilson (So.) also return for the Bearcats. Westermann finished the 2009-10 season averaging 6.5 points per game and 6.8 rebounds per game. She started in all 25 contests as a sophomore. McFaddin, who started in 21 games for the Bearcats last season, averaged 4.6 points and 3.6 rebounds per game. Wilson hopes to increase her scoring in her sophomore season for Willamette, after scoring five or more

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Season Preview

points in four of WU’s last five games. Wilson played in all 25 games as a freshman. She gave WU depth at the guard position. Kelsey Mueller (Fr.) and Breanne Faehnrich (Fr.) will add depth at the guard positions for Willamette. At the forward position, the Bearcats have added six players. Transfers Dora Rabih (Jr.) and Andrea Harris (Jr.) will each see time at the forward position. Bearcat freshmen Rebecca Josephson, Tia Williams, Alexa Beeson and MacKenzie Lamson will all battle for time as forwards this year. Inside the paint, WU will look to freshman Alex Brunt-Pluta. Brunt-Pluta’s 6’0” frame will help the Bearcats increase their toughness near the basket. The Bearcats averaged 52.1 points per game under the direction of first year Head Coach Anne Lapray in 2009-10. Willamette shot 32.8% from the field and 62.3% from the free throw line last season. Willamette intends to greatly improve its defensive pressure and win the rebounding battle on a more consistent basis in the coming season. More overall depth should help the Bearcats in the 2010-11 season.

The Bearcats were picked to finish ninth in the Northwest Conference Preseason Poll, as voted on by the head coaches. George Fox University is the early favorite to repeat as NWC Champions.

Erin Barclay


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2010-11 Bearcat Roster No. Name Pos. 1 MacKenzie Lamson F 3 Kelsey Mueller F 10 Alex Zennan G 11 Sophie Wilson G 13 Shayna Glynn F 14 Breanne Faehnrich G 15 Alex Brunt-Pluta P 20 Dora Rabih F 21 Tia Williams F 22 Alexa Beeson F 23 Erin Barclay G 24 Maya McFaddin F 32 Kaileigh Westermann F 33 Rebecca Josephson F 40 Andrea Harris F

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

Ht. 5’ 9” 5’ 7” 5’ 6” 5’ 9” 5’10” 5’ 5” 6’ 0” 5’ 9” 5’ 7” 5’ 8” 5’ 6” 5’ 9” 5’11” 5’ 8” 5’11”

Hometown (Previous School) Portland, Ore. (Lincoln High School) Tacoma, Wash. (Franklin Pierce High School) Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake High School) Port Townsend, Wash. (Port Townsend High School) Boise, Idaho (Walla Walla Community College) Newcastle, Wash. (Liberty High School) Encinitas, Calif. (Canyon Crest Academy) Denver, Colo. (Arizona Western College) Salem, Ore. (South Salem High School) Portland, Ore. (Lincoln High School) Snohomish, Wash. (Bothell High School) McMinnville, Ore. (McMinnville High School) Belfair, Wash. (South Kitsap High School) Fair Oaks, Calif. (Del Campo High School) Halsey, Ore. (Chemeketa Community College)

Head Coach: Anne Lapray (2nd year) Assistant Coaches: Jocelyn McIntire (1st year), Russ Weddle (1st year), Joe Cho (1st year), Wendy La France (1st year) 2010-11 Women’s Basketball

2010-11 Willamette Roster

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#23 Erin Barclay Sr. Guard Snohomish, WA (Bothell HS) Has played in 62 games as a Bearcat ... Will direct the team from the point guard position again this year ... Averaged 3.3 assists per game last season ... Scored a career-high 22 points against Linfield on Feb. 6 ... Is majoring in Sociology with a minor in Education ... Daughter of Tim and Julie Barclay ... Born on June 20. Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts Avg. 07-08 25 20 21-101 .208 4-36 .111 11-18 .611 20 36 57 2.3 08-09 14 0 17-54 .315 6-26 .231 14-19 .737 16 21 54 3.9 09-10 23 18 49-154 .318 21-60 .350 28-56 .500 67 75 147 6.4 Career 62 38 87-309 .282 31-122 .254 53-93 .570 103 132 258 4.2

#13 Shayna Glynn

Sr.

Forward Boise, ID (Walla Walla CC) Will play both the guard and post positions this year ... Shot 65% from the free throw line last season ... Against Pacific on Feb. 20 had a season-high 9 points and 8 rebounds ... Is a team captain ... Majoring in Rhetoric and Media Studies ... Daughter of Jeff and Jeri Glynn ... Born on August 26. Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts Avg. 09-10 18 1 21-73 .288 0-6 .000 15-23 .652 56 12 57 3.2

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Bearcat Seniors

#10 Alex Zennan

Sr.

Guard Sammamish, WA (Eastlake HS) Made seven 3-pointers against Linfield on Jan. 9 to tie the school record for most 3-pointers in a game... Has scored 846 points in three seasons while averaging 11.8 points per game ... Started in all 25 games last season ... Is majoring in Sociology ... Daughter of Frank and Susan Zennan ... Born on March 25. Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Ast. 07-08 25 6 71-194 .366 30-87 .345 31-41 .756 43 44 08-09 22 22 95-257 .370 46-132 .348 43-59 .729 64 35 09-10 25 25 118-339 .348 61-182 .335 67-96 .698 110 63 Career 72 53 284-790 .359 137-401 .342 141-196 .719 217 142

Pts 203 279 364 846

Avg. 8.1 12.7 14.6 11.8


W I L L A M E T T E #40 Andrea Harris

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#20 Dora Rabih

Forward Halsey, OR (Chemeketa CC) Joins WU after playing one year at Umpqua CC and one year at Chemeketa CC ... Was the top rebounder at CHCC and made Honor Roll during her year at CHCC ... Will be a strong rebounder and scorer in the paint for the Bearcats ... Majoring in Sociology ... Parents are Emil and Aimee Harris ... Born on February 5.

#24 Maya McFaddin

Forward Denver, CO (Arizona Western CC) Served as a basketball team captain at Arizona Western CC ... Named Academic All-American at AWCC ... Played high school basketball in Denver ... Will see minutes at both the guard and forward positions this season for the Bearcats ... Majoring in Sociology at Willamette ... Daughter of Mikell and Ali Rabih ... Born on May 17.

Jr.

#32 Kaileigh Westermann Jr.

Forward McMinnville, OR (McMinnville HS) Played in all 25 games last season ... Scored a season-high of 12 points against Whittier ... Will help provide strong defense while playing forward for WU ... Is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society ... Majoring in Studio Art ... Daughter of Dwight McFaddin and Sally Godard ... Born on March 29. Year GP GS FG-FGA 08-09 22 0 18-66 09-10 25 21 43-153 Career 47 21 61-219

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts Avg. .273 3-12 .250 14-21 .667 32 17 53 2.4 .281 5-23 .217 23-45 .511 89 38 114 4.6 .279 8-35 ,229 37-66 .561 121 55 167 3.6

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Forward Belfair, WA (South Kitsap HS) Started all 25 games as a sophomore ... Averaged 6.5 points and 6.8 rebounds per game ... Will provide strong play inside for the Bearcats ... Also plays on the Willamette women’s club soccer team ... Majoring in Environmental Science ... Parents are Mike and Sabrina Westermann ... Born on October 22. Year GP GS FG-FGA 08-09 20 5 32-82 09-10 25 25 63-192 Career 45 30 95-274

Bearcat Bios

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts Avg. .390 0-0 .000 20-40 .500 85 7 84 4.2 .328 0-7 .000 36-70 .514 169 34 162 6.5 .347 0-7 .000 56-110 .509 254 41 246 5.5

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#11 Sophie Wilson

So.

Guard Port Townsend, WA (Port Townsend HS) Played in all 25 games during her freshman season at Willamette ... Will play both the point guard and shooting guard positions for the Bearcats ... Had a season-high of 8 points on Jan. 29 against Whitworth ... Is undecided regarding her major at Willamette ... Daughter of Scott and Jennifer Wilson ... Born March 17.

#15 Alex Brunt-Pluta

Fr.

Post Encinitas, CA (Canyon Crest Academy) Played high school basketball at Canyon Crest Academy in Encinitas, Calif. ... Will play the post position for the Bearcats this season ... Adds height to the Willamette University roster with her 6’0� frame ... She is majoring in Spanish at Willamette ... Daughter of Greg and Alyse Pluta ... Born on May 23.

Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts Avg. 09-10 25 1 27-95 .284 8-39 .205 11-20 .550 30 14 73 2.9

#22 Alexa Beeson

Fr.

Forward Portland, OR (Lincoln HS) Played basketball at Lincoln HS ... Was selected Honorable Mention All-League as a senior ... Also participated in track and field ... Will be a shooting threat for Willamette at the forward position ... Is undecided regarding her major at Willamette ... Her parents are Steve and Robin Beeson ... Born on September 7.

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#14 Breanne Faehnrich Fr. Guard Newcastle, WA (Liberty HS) Played three years of varsity basketball and was Honorable Mention All-Conference her senior season at Liberty HS ... Was selected to the All-Area All-Star team ... Will see minutes at the point guard position ... Is majoring in Psychology at Willamette ... Daughter of Lou and Lisa Faehnrich ... Born October 13.


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#33 Rebecca Josephson Fr.

#3 Kelsey Mueller

Forward Fair Oaks, CA (Del Campo HS) Recognized as Athlete of the Year at Del Campo HS ... Played four years of varsity basketball and was a First Team All-League selection ... Was a valedictorian in high school ... Will be a threat from the shooting guard position ... Is undecided on her major ... Daughter of Kurt and Denise Josephson ... Born on February 21.

Forward Tacoma, WA (Franklin Pierce HS) Played four years of varsity basketball and served as a team captain ... Was named team MVP during her senior season ... Also played goalkeeper for the soccer team ... Made the Honor Roll and graduated 15th in her class ... Is undecided regarding her major ... Daughter of Jim and Ginger Mueller ... Born on December 25.

#1 MacKenzie Lamson Fr.

#21 Tia Williams

Forward Portland, OR (Lincoln HS) Joins the Bearcats after four years of varsity basketball at Lincoln HS ... Was named First Team All-League her senior year ... Also participated in track and field ... Will be an attacking threat for the Bearcats ... Is undecided regarding her major at Willamette ... Daughter of Brian and Janet Lamson ... Born on June 8.

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Fr.

Forward Salem, OR (South Salem HS) Played high school basketball for the South Salem Saxons before joining Willamette ... Will compete for time at the forward position for the Bearcats ... Majoring in Political Science with a minor in Gender Studies at Willamette ... Daughter of Fabian and Amanda Williams ... Born on July 6.

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Anne Lapray Head Coach

Anne (McShane) Lapray is the head women’s basketball coach at Willamette University. She has previously served as an assistant coach at WU from 1997-1999 and from 2005-2009. Coach Lapray continues to focus on transitioning the women’s basketball program into one of the top programs in the Northwest Conference. During her first season at the helm, the Bearcats went 4-21 overall and 2-14 in the NWC. The team defeated Pacific Lutheran University twice during conference play. Lapray was a starting forward on the Willamette women’s basketball team that qualified for the 1995-96 NAIA Division II National Tournament. She was the 1989-90 Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of Oregon for her efforts at Oregon City Lapray is focused High School. on changing the Lapray played basketball culture of WU at Oregon State University women’s basketball until a knee injury sent her to and is committed to the sidelines. Later, she played providing studentat Portland State University, athletes with a where a second knee injury complete college almost ended her career. experience. At Willamette, she was selected Honorable Mention

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All-NWC as a senior. She received her degree in Sociology from WU in 1996. Lapray and her husband, John, live in South Salem. They are the parents of three daughters, Janie, Maggie and Mary, and a son, Jack.

Coach Lapray and Shayna Glynn


W I L L A M E T T E Jocelyn McIntire, 1st year Jocelyn McIntire comes to Willamette University with an array of coaching experience. She has been coaching her children for the past six years in the Oregon AAU system. She was previously the head coach at Rex Putnam and West Linn high schools. McIntire played basketball at Lake Oswego High School her junior and senior year. She earned All-State Honors her senior year and played at University of Washington. McIntire graduated cum laude from UW with a B.A. in Psychology and then received her M.A.T from Willamette. She has been a science teacher for the last 17 years in the Portland, Ore. area. She currently resides in Wilsonville with her two children.

Russ Weddle, 1st year Coach Russ Weddle is in his first year as an assistant coach at Willamette. Weddle played high school basketball at Jefferson High School in Jefferson, Ore. and was a member of the 1977 team which placed second in the state tournament. He started coaching in the early 90s and has coached a variety of sports. Weddle has spent the past five years coaching at Jefferson Middle School where he has coached the girls basketball team to three straight league championships. Coach Weddle lives in Jefferson with his wife Debbie and daughter Lacey. They also have six other children: Rebecca, Jayson, Joshua, Misty, Adam, Caleb and five grandchildren. 2010-11 Women’s Basketball

U N I V E R S I T Y Joe Cho, 1st year Coach Cho is in his first year as an assistant coach at Willamette and is currently enrolled in Willamette’s Graduate School of Education. Cho received a Bachelor’s of Science in Health and Exercise Science from Colorado State University in 2008. Cho was a member of the Federal Way Public Schools AmeriCorps team. While a member, Cho worked with children from low income families. He participated in various service projects in the Federal Way Community. He is originally from Colorado and now resides in West Salem. Cho enjoys participating in a variety of sports, including frisbee golf.

Wendy La France, 1st year Wendy La France is in her first year with the Willamette women’s basketball staff. La France serves as the director of operations for the women’s program. She assists with the day-to-day operations of the program, including travel arrangements, video operations and the general promotion of the Willamette women’s basketball program. La France and her husband Morgan live in Salem. They have two children, Isabelle and Afton.

Assistant Coaches

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2009-10 Stats/Results Individual Statistics

Name

GP GS FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb Avg Ast TO BL ST Pts Avg

Alex Zennan 25 Keilyn Fujioka 25 Kaileigh Westermann 25 Erin Barclay 23 Maya McFaddin 25

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25 118-339 .348 61-182 .335 24 105-247 .425 0-1 .000 25 63-192 .328 0-7 .000 18 49-154 .318 21-60 .350 21 43-153 .281 5-23 .217

67-96 47-60 36-70 28-56 23-45

.698 110 .783 202 .514 169 .500 67 .511 89

4.4 8.1 6.8 2.9

63 103 1 57 364 14.6 28 63 54 33 257 10.3 34 85 13 21 162 6.5 75 100 4 44 147 6.4


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Overall Record: 4-21 Northwest Conference: 2-14 (9th Place)

Home: 1-9 Away: 1-9 Neutral: 2-3 Date Opponent Result Overall NWC Att. High Points Nov. 20 vs. College of Idaho 68-47 L 0-1 100 Westermann 9 Nov. 21 at Eastern Oregon 69-39 L 0-2 150 Zennan 12 Nov. 27 vs. William Jessup 71-58 W 1-2 137 Fujioka 22 Nov. 28 vs. Bethany 68-58 L 1-3 67 Fujioka 16 Dec. 3 vs. Occidental 80-60 L 1-4 123 Zennan 27 Dec. 4 vs. Whittier 61-49 W 2-4 87 Zennan 14 Dec. 8 Corban 70-61 L 2-5 135 Zennan 22 Dec. 11 at Warner Pacific 82-50 L 2-6 110 Fujioka 18 Dec. 28 Concordia (Ore.) 76-59 L 2-7 80 Westermann 17 Jan. 2 Whitworth* 56-46 L 2-8 0-1 125 Zennan 12 Jan. 3 Whitman* 75-40 L 2-9 0-2 110 Zennan, Westermann 9 Jan. 8 at Puget Sound* 76-49 L 2-10 0-3 302 Fujioka 17 68-55 L 2-11 0-4 120 Zennan 27 Jan. 9 Linfield* Jan. 12 Lewis & Clark* 61-40 L 2-12 0-5 60 Zennan, Westerman 10 Jan. 15 at George Fox* 74-54 L 2-13 0-6 657 Zennan 16 Jan. 22 Pacific Lutheran* 64-49 W 3-13 1-6 565 Zennan 18 Jan. 23 at Pacific* 62-47 L 3-14 1-7 150 Fujioka 18 Jan. 29 at Whitworth* 90-39 L 3-15 1-8 215 Zennan 15 Jan. 30 at Whitman* 67-35 L 3-16 1-9 100 Zennan 12 Feb. 5 Puget Sound* 76-33 L 3-17 1-10 520 Zennan 10 Feb. 6 at Linfield* 93-69 L 3-18 1-11 200 Barclay 22 Feb. 9 at Lewis & Clark* 70-58 L 3-19 1-12 150 Zennan 10 Feb. 12 George Fox* 84-42 L 3-20 1-13 300 Fujioka 14 Feb. 19 at Pacific Lutheran* 52-44 W 4-20 2-13 450 Zennan 14 Feb. 20 Pacific* 83-74 L 4-21 2-14 485 Zennan 27 * Northwest Conference Home games in Bold Face 2010-11 Women’s Basketball

High Rebounds Fujioka 9 Westermann 9 Westermann 10 Fujioka 17 Fujioka 15 Fujioka 7 Fujioka 13 Westermann 9 Zennan 8 Westermann 13 Fujioka 11 Clowdsley, Fujioka 6 Fujioka 9 Glynn 8 Westermann, McFaddin 5 Fujioka 10 Fujioka 14 Fujioka 7 Fujioka 5 Fujioka 9 Westermann 7 Westermann 9 Fujioka 10 Westermann 11 Clowdsley 11 Glynn, Clowdsley, Fujioka 8

2009-10 Results

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Career Records Scoring 1. 1309 Jenny Joseph (106 games)............1993-97 2. 1208 Kelly Sorenson (93 games)...........1997-01 3. 1156 Kathy Wiese-Marshall (95 gms.).....1990-94 Scoring Average 1. 14.35 Kirstin Anderson (703/49 gms.)....1997-99 2. 13.55 Molly Fillion (637/47 gms.)..........2007-09 3.. 12.99 Kelly Sorenson (1208/93 gms.)....1997-01 Field Goals Made 1. 549 Jenny Joseph (106 games)............1993-97 2. 459 Kathy Wiese-Marshall (95 gms.).....1990-94 3. 451 Natalie Marth (105 games)...........1983-87 Field Goals Attempted 1. 1071 Kathy Wiese-Marshall (95 gms.).....1990-94 2. 1043 Natalie Marth (105 games)...........1983-87 3. 1028 Amy Ulrey (103 games)................1992-96 Field Goal Percentage 1. .563 Jenny Joseph (549 of 976)............1993-97 2. .538 Saran Patillo (245 of 455).............1992-95 3. .525 Kirstin Anderson (268 of 510)......1997-99 3-Point Field Goals Made 1. 174 Amy Ulrey (103 games)................ 1992-96 2. 164 Kelly Sorenson (93 games)........... 1997-01 3. 145 Robyn Rieger (102 games)........... 1990-94 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. 471 Amy Ulrey (103 games)................ 1992-96 2. 439 Kelly Sorenson (93 games)........... 1997-01 3. 359 KayLyn Charriere (101 games)..... 1995-99

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3-Point Field Goal Percentage 1. .433 Robyn Rieger (145 of 335)........... 1990-94 2. .400 Stacey Kruger (20 of 50)............... 1993-97 3. .391 Lea Bush (9 of 23)........................ 1988-90 Free Throws Made 1. 214 Tracy Sanguras (95 games)...........1989-93 2. 211 Jenny Joseph (106 games)............1993-97 3. 187 Christine Suess (75 games)...........1983-86 Free Throws Attempted 1. 430 Jenny Joseph (106 games)............1993-97 2. 372 Tracy Sanguras (95 games)...........1989-93 3. 284 Christine Suess (75 games)...........1983-86 Free Throw Percentage 1. .779 Lea Bush (53 of 68)......................1988-90 2. .776 Kathy Wiese-Marshall (156 of 201)... 1990-94 3. .749 Traci Shepard (134 of 179)...........1993-97 Rebounds 1. 695 Jenny Joseph (106 games)............ 1993-97 2. 599 Tracy Sanguras (95 games)........... 1989-93 3. 594 Donna Kalama (87 games)............ 1984-88 Rebounds Per Game 1. 9.92 Molly Fillion (466/47 gms.).......... 2007-09 2. 8.84 Heather Ludwig (433/49 gms.)..... 1999-01 3. 8.73 Kirstin Anderson (428/49 gms.).... 1997-99 Assists 1. 518 KayLyn Charriere (101 games)..... 1995-99 2. 417 Natalie Marth (105 games)........... 1983-87 3. 302 Tara Johnson (99 games).............. 1987-91

Assists Per Game 1. 5.13 KayLyn Charriere (518/101)......... 1995-99 2. 4.09 Carolyn Leary (221/54 games)..... 1993-95 3. 3.97 Natalie Marth (417/105 games).... 1983-87 Steals 1. 265 Kelly Sorenson (93 games)........... 1997-01 2. 179 Robyn Rieger (102 games)........... 1990-94 3. 168 Natalie Marth (105 games)........... 1983-87 Steals Per Game 1. 2.85 Kelly Sorenson (265/93)............... 1997-01 2. 2.44 Trina Salazar (122/50).................. 1995-97 3. 1.91 Carolyn Leary (103/54)................. 1993-95

Alex Zennan tied the record for 3-pointers made in a game with seven against Linfield College on Jan. 9, 2010.


W I L L A M E T T E Season Scoring

1. 458 Vanessa Wyfells......2004-05 2. 442 Jenny Joseph...........1995-96 3. 404 Kelly Sorenson........2000-01

Scoring Average

1. 19.1 Vanessa Wyfells .....2004-05 2. 18.4 Kelly Sorenson........2000-01 3. 16.4 Jenny Joseph...........1995-96

Field Goals Made

1. 189 Jenny Joseph...........1995-96 2. 173 Vanessa Wyfells......2004-05 3. 169 Brenda Hansen........1979-80

Field Goals Attempted

1. 401 Brenda Hansen........1979-80 2. 348 Tracy Thom.............1987-88 3. 340 Kathy Wiese-Marshall....... 1992-93

Field Goal Percentage

1. .742 Vanessa Wyfells......2004-05 2. .579 Jenny Joseph...........1994-95 3. .563 Jenny Joseph...........1995-96

3-Point FGs Attempted

1. 183 Amy Ulrey .............1995-96 2. 178 Amy Ulrey...............1994-95 3. 133 Kelly Sorenson........2000-01

3-Point FGs Made 1. 2. 3.

69 Amy Ulrey...............1995-96 63 Amy Ulrey...............1994-95 54 Kelly Sorenson........2000-01

3-Point FG Percentage

1. .493 Robyn Rieger..........1990-91 2. .471 Katie Edmonds........1996-97 3. .457 Robyn Rieger..........1993-94

Free Throws Made

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Steals Per Game

3-Point FGs Made

1. 85 Kirstin Anderson.........1997-98 1. 4.2 Barbara Canda........... 1979-80 1. 7 Alex Zennan 85 Molly Fillion...............2008-09 2. 3.9 Kelly Sorenson.......... 2000-01 vs. Linfield..................... 1/9/10 3. 84 Christine Suess............1985-86 3. 3.6 Brenda Hansen ......... 1979-80 7 Amy Ulrey vs. Eastern Oregon......... 1/3/95 Free Throws Attempted Blocked Shots 7 Kelly Sorenson 1. 144 Jenny Joseph................1995-96 1. 89 Zoe Pearson............... 1984-85 vs. Howard Payne....... 11/24/00 2. 132 Jenny Joseph................1996-97 2. 78 Jenny Joseph.............. 1996-97 3. 6 Alex Zennan 3. 131 Molly Fillion...............2008-09 3. 73 Jenny Joseph.............. 1995-96 vs. Whitworth............ 02/06/09 Free Throw Percentage 6 Amy Ulrey Game 1. .891 Kathy Wiese-Marshall. ........1991-92 vs. Northwest.............. 11/18/94 Scoring 2. .871 Kelly Sorenson............2000-01 1. 35 Tyan Sanderson 3-Point FGs Attempted 3. .829 Wenchi Liu..................2001-02 vs. Lewis & Clark............... 2/5/00 1. 16 Alex Zennan Rebounds vs. Linfield..................... 1/9/10 2. 32 Kelly Sorenson 1. 270 Donna Kalama.............1987-88 vs. CND...........................11/29/97 2. 15 Amy Ulrey 2. 262 Janet Holland...............1984-85 32 Kelly Sorenson vs. Eastern Oregon......... 1/3/95 3. 241 Molly Fillion ..............2007-08 vs. Eastern Oregon............ 12/9/00 3. 13 Amy Ulrey vs. Linfield.................... 1/16/96 Rebounds Per Game Field Goals Made 13 Kelly Sorenson 1. 10.2 Molly Fillion...............2008-09 1. 14 Tyan Sanderson 2. 10.0 Donna Kalama.............1987-88 vs. Lewis & Clark............... 2/5/00 vs. Whitworth............... 1/22/99 3. 9.6 Molly Fillion ..............2007-08 2. 13 Brenda Hansen Free Throws Made vs. George Fox.................... 2/8/80 1. 12 Kappy Klocksieben Assists vs. George Fox............. 1/10/92 1. 163 KayLyn Charriere........1998-99 13 Jenny Joseph 2. 134 Natalie Marth...............1984-85 vs. George Fox.................. 1/27/96 12 Heather Ludwig vs. Linfield...................... 2/3/01 3. 130 Carolyn Leary..............1994-95 vs. Pacific Lutheran.......... 1/14/97 3. 11 Three Times 130 KayLyn Charriere........1997-98 13 Kelly Sorenson vs. CND...........................11/29/97 Kirstin Anderson vs. L&C... 1/9/98 Assists Per Game Kasey Sorenson vs. Whtw.... 2/1/02 1. 6.5 KayLyn Charriere........1998-99 Field Goals Attempted Molly Fillion vs. NMHU. 11/22/08 2. 5.4 KayLyn Charriere........1997-98 1. 27 Brenda Hansen 3. 4.9 Sharon Gaver...............1983-84 vs. So. Oregon................ 12/19/78 Free Throws Attempted 2. 24 Brenda Hansen 1. 19 Tracy Sanguras Steals vs. George Fox.................... 2/8/80 vs. Pacific Lutheran...... 12/1/90 1. 86 Kelly Sorenson............2000-01 3. 23 Three times 2. 84 Barbara Canda.............1979-80 Alex Zennan vs. Linfield..... 1/9/10 2. 17 Molly Fillion 3. 78 Kelly Sorenson............1999-00 Kelly Sorenson vs. Whtw... 1/27/01 vs. NM Highlands...... 11/22/08 3. 16 Kirstin Anderson Barbara Canda vs. GFU....... 2/8/80 vs. Lewis & Clark........... 1/9/98

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Rebounds 1. 20 2. 19 19

Molly Fillion vs. Haverford .............11/17/07 Molly Fillion vs. Corban................... 11/27/07 Molly Fillion vs. Concordia.............. 12/29/08

Assists

1. 12 Sharon Gaver vs. George Fox............. 12/4/84 12 KayLyn Charriere vs. UC-Santa Cruz...... 12/19/98 3. 11 Three times Sharon Gaver vs. E. Oregon..... 3/3/84 Natalie Marth vs. G. Fox........ 2/28/83 KayLyn Charriere vs. Seattle... 1/8/99

Steals

1. 11 Kelly Sorenson vs. Concordia.............. 11/29/00 2. 9 Kelly Sorenson vs. Puget Sound.............. 2/8/98 3. 8 Five times Lisa Lum vs. Pac. Lutheran... 12/14/85 Lori Ross vs. W. Baptist....... 11/29/88 Traci Shepard vs. G. Fox...... 11/22/94 Amy Ulrey vs. L&C................. 1/7/95 Trina Salazar vs. L&C............ 1/20/96

Blocked Shots

1. 10 Zoe Pearson vs. Warner Pacific......... 2/26/85 2. 9 Jenny Joseph vs Pacific Lutheran....... 1/14/97 3. 8 Zoe Pearson vs. Pacific..................... 2/21/85

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Year

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73* 1973-74 1974-75* 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79** 1979-80** 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83** 1983-84** 1984-85** 1985-86* 1986-87** 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95** 1995-96* 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Willamette Year-by-Year Results

Overall

Conf.^

Head Coach

Records not available Fran Howard Records not available Fran Howard N/A 8-3 Fran Howard Records not available Fran Howard Records not available Fran Howard Records not available Fran Howard N/A 11-4 Fran Howard Records not available Fran Howard 15-7 6-2 Fran Howard 19-9 8-3 Fran Howard 8-18 N/A Fran Howard 15-14 6-4 Fran Howard 13-11 8-2 Cheryl K. Brown 15-11 6-2 Cheryl K. Brown 22-8 9-2 Cheryl K. Brown 20-7 10-0 Cheryl K. Brown 14-11 8-2 Cheryl K. Brown 10-17 4-6 Cheryl K. Brown 3-21 1-11 Cheryl K. Brown Marigay Schopp# 10-17 2-10 14-12 4-8 Cheryl K. Brown 8-17 2-10 Cheryl K. Brown 12-13 5-7 Cheryl K. Brown 16-10 8-4 Cheryl K. Brown 22-6 10-2 Paula Petrie 19-8 13-1 Paula Petrie 14-11 11-5 Paula Petrie 13-11 10-8 Paula Petrie 14-11 10-8 Paula Petrie 13-12 6-10 Paula Petrie 17-8 12-4 Paula Petrie 11-14 6-10 Paula Petrie 8-17 2-14 Tom Steers

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Year-By-Year Results

Year

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Overall

4-21 8-17 5-19 5-20 5-20 4-18 4-21

Conf.^

0-16 5-11 0-16 3-13 3-13 3-13 2-14

Head Coach

Tom Steers Tom Steers Bruce Henderson Bruce Henderson Bruce Henderson Bruce Henderson Anne Lapray

* Won conference title ** Tied for conference title # Schopp was head coach while Brown was on sabbatical ^ Northwest Conference (NWC) since 1998-99. Northwest Conference of Independent Colleges (NCIC) from 1984-85 through 1997-98. Women’s Conference of Independent Colleges from 1970-71 through 1983-84.

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Willamette University is a top-ranked private liberal arts university located directly across the street from Oregon’s Capitol. It is home to 1,801 undergraduates and 805 graduate students in law, management and education. The campus is centered around the Mill Stream and is home to numerous trees and open green spaces. The beauty of the Pacific Northwest is reflected in Willamette’s 61- acre campus. Guided and inspired since 1842 by its motto, “Not unto ourselves alone are we born,” Willamette fosters community and values service. At Willamette, students can be locally involved in social and environmental issues or study abroad. Willamette is ranked third in the nation among colleges its size with more than 270 alumni having joined the Peace Corps since its inception in 1961. The National Wildlife Federation recognized WU as the nation’s higher education leader in sustainability efforts.

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About Willamette

The clock tower and Jackson Plaza are located outside the Hatfield Library.

This accomplishment is a direct result of student-led initiatives, is further evidence that Willamette lives by its motto, producing responsible citizens of the world who are prepared to live with intention and integrity.

At Willamette, the student-faculty ratio of 10:1 allows faculty members to maintain ample office hours and serve as advisors. The professors are engaged in scholarly research, but they are primarily focused on teaching. The size of Willamette’s endowment is consistently among the largest in the Northwest and compares favorably on a national basis. The campus features 42 buildings, plus the Campus Quad and athletic fields. Ford Hall, the newest academic building, was completed in 2009 and houses Rhetoric and Media Studies, Computer Science, Math, Digital Art, Film Studies and Music Technology. Funds for the 46,000-square-foot building included an $8 million gift from Hallie Ford. Willamette benefits from its location across the street from the Oregon State Capitol. In particular, Willamette students are often chosen for internships with government organizations.


W I L L A ATTRACTIONS & RECREATION ● Oregon Coast ● Hiking ● Skiing & Snowboarding ● Bush’s Pasture Park ● Capitol Building ● Camping ● Wineries/Vineyards ● Oregon Museum of Science & Industry ● Whitewater Rafting ● Mountain Biking ● Reed Opera House ● Mt. Hood ● Cascade Mts. ● Oregon Zoo ● Silver Creek Falls ● Woodburn Company Stores

M E T T E

Willamette University educates 2,500 enterprising, high-achieving students in a premier undergraduate college of arts and sciences, and graduate schools of law, management and education. Willamette is recognized nationally for leadership in sustainability and civic engagement, and the professors are celebrated teachers and noted scholars who are committed to helping students cultivate their creativity, critical thinking and global perspective for a lifetime of success.

SALEM FACTS

● Member of NCAA Division III and Northwest Conference ● 20 varsity teams ● Student-Athletes are more than 1/4 of the student body ● 175 Conference Team Championships ● 24 Individual National Championships ● 1 Team National Championship ● Seven Olympians, including Nick Symmonds ‘06 (Track & Field 800m)

ACADEMIC FACTS ● 49 academic programs ● Total enrollment: 2,606 ● Students from 47 states and 27 countries ● Study abroad in 40 countries on 6 continents ● 10:1 Student-Faculty ratio ● Average class size: 14

● Capital of Oregon ● Total population: 154,510 ● Located in the heart of Oregon ● 45 minutes to Portland ● 1 hour to Eugene ● 1.5 hours to the Oregon Coast ● 2 hours to Mount Hood

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Cone Field House/Gordie James Court is the home court for the Willamette women’s basketball, men’s basketball and volleyball teams. The arena holds 2,500 fans, with plenty of seating on each side of the court. There is a quality sound system, plus tables for official timers, scorekeepers and statisticians, along with space for broadcast media. The floor in Cone Field House was named after Gordie James in 2010. James was the head coach for men’s basketball at Willamette from 1987-2009. Gordie James Court is connected to the Lestle J. Sparks Center, which houses offices for the Department of Athletics and the Department of Exercise Science. The building has a pool, handball and racquetball courts, a weight lifting and fitness center, classrooms, and locker rooms. The Women’s Basketball Team Room is located in the basement of Sparks Center. The team room has showers, a stereo system, and individual lockers for all of the players.

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Athletic Facilities

Conveniently located between the women’s team room and the gymnasium is the Burr Treatment Center. This facility is staffed by three full-time athletic trainers who evaluate and rehabilitate athletes. Willamette University soccer teams play home games at Sparks Field, an artificial turf facility next to the Sparks Center. The field is equipped with lights for night games and is one of the best college fields in the Pacific Northwest. The floor in Cone Field House was officially named Gordie James Court in 2010.

To the west of the Sparks Center are six outdoor tennis courts. To the east is the softball complex. Facilities for football, baseball, cross country, and track and field are located two blocks south of campus, in Bush’s Pasture Park. Recent upgrades include lighting, a state-of-the-art scoreboard and a FieldTurf™ playing surface. The remaining two sports sites, off the main campus, are for golf and rowing.


W I L L A M E T T E Dr. M. Lee Pelton President

U N I V E R S I T Y

Dr. M. Lee Pelton was appointed the 22nd president of Willamette University in July 1999. Under his leadership, WU has increased its academic profile with strategies to attract the best faculty and the brightest students from the state, the nation and the world. Since 2001, Willamette has been ranked as a top tier liberal arts college by U.S. News and World Report. President Pelton holds a doctorate from Harvard University and an undergraduate degree in English and psychology from Wichita State University, where he graduated magna cum laude in 1974. His academic focus in on 19th century British prose and poetry. He served as dean of the college at Colgate University (1988-91) and Dartmouth College (1991-98). At Harvard, he taught in the English Department and was the dean of one of Harvard’s 13 colleges. He has taught at WU in subjects ranging from 1st century Athens to post-apartheid South Africa.

Mark Majeski

Director of Athletics

Mark Majeski began his tenure with Willamette University in October of 2000, following five years as athletic director at the University of California, Santa Cruz and four years as the assistant athletic director at Menlo College. He is a past chairman of the NCAA Division III membership committee, which provides oversight of Division III provisional members. A former basketball, track and softball coach, Majeski worked venue management and operations for the 1994 FIFA World Cup and the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. At WU, Majeski oversees 20 varsity teams which compete in NCAA Division III, the Northwest Conference and the Intercollegiate Rowing Association. He also is the NWC swimming liaison between coaches and athletic directors. Majeski received an undergraduate degree in journalism from Menlo College and a master’s degree in higher education administration from San Jose State University. He lives in Salem with his wife, Denise, and their son, Jack Henry, age 6. 2010-11 Women’s Basketball

Head Coaching Staff

Administrative Staff

Baseball Aaron Swick.................. (503) 370-6011 Men’s Basketball Kip Ioane....................... (503) 370-6063 Women’s Basketball Anne Lapray.................. (503) 370-6132 Cross Country/Track & Field Matt McGuirk............... (503) 370-6898 Football Mark Speckman............ (503) 375-5350 Golf Noah Horstman............ (971) 285-6600 Rowing Susan Parkman............. (503) 370-6655 Men’s Soccer Nelson Larson............... (503) 375-5428 Women’s Soccer Hillary Arthur................ (503) 370-6657 Softball Damian Williams.......... (503) 370-6656 Swimming Leslie Shevlin................ (503) 370-6601 Men’s Tennis Toby Krauel................... (503) 370-6841 Women’s Tennis Becky Roberts............... (503) 370-6804 Volleyball Tom Shoji...................... (503) 370-6230

Dean of Campus Life Dr. David Douglass Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Julianne Abendroth Associate Athletic Director Dr. R. Skip Kenitzer Assistant Athletic Director Judy Gordon Head Athletic Trainer Shane Wibel, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer Erin Scharer, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer Ken Smith, ATC Athletics Comm. Director Robert McKinney Asst. Athletics Comm. Director Sara Elcano Administrative Assistant Leslie Berning

Willamette Administration

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The nine private colleges and universities in Oregon and Washington that form the Northwest Conference are building a reputation as one of the top NCAA Division III leagues in the nation. The NWC is nationally competitive in a broad spectrum of sports. Formed in 1926, the NWC is 84 years old and is one of the oldest conferences in the western United States. The NWC’s current members in Oregon are Willamette, George Fox, Linfield, Lewis and Clark, and Pacific. Members located in Washington are Pacific Lutheran, Puget Sound, Whitman and Whitworth. Charter members included Willamette, the College of Idaho, Linfield, Pacific and Puget Sound. Albany College was added in 1931, remained for seven years, and then returned in 1949 as Lewis & Clark College. Pacific Lutheran joined in 1965 and was followed by Whitworth in 1970. The College of Idaho withdrew from the conference in 1978.

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Whitworth dropped out in 1984 and returned in 1988. Menlo joined in 2006 as a member in football only and dropped out in 2009. The NWC originally sponsored athletic competition for men’s sports only, but joined forces with the Women’s Conference of Independent Colleges in 1984 to form the Northwest Conference of Independent Colleges. The name was shortened back to the original Northwest Conference in 1998. Also in 1998, all nine NWC members shifted affiliation from the NAIA to the NCAA. Members knew the move would foster equity, sportsmanship and a genuine concern for all student-athletes.

Willamette is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and competes in Division III, which has 447 members and is the largest NCAA division. Division III promotes student-athletes following passions and discovering potential.

Conference and National Affiliations

The college experience is a time of learning and growth. For student-athletes in Division III, this happens in the classroom, through athletics and, ultimately, by earning an academic degree. The Division III experience provides studentathletes with the opportunity to participate in a competitive athletic environment, where they can push themselves to excellence. At Willamette, student-athletes are encouraged to pursue their full passions and find their potential through a comprehensive educational experience. Athletes in Division III do not receive financial aid related to athletic ability. Willamette and other NCAA Division III members encourage students to participate by maximizing the variety of athletic opportunities. Primary emphasis is placed on conference and regional play. WU often sends its teams to California, Idaho, Washington and Texas for inregion games. NCAA Division III members establish an environment with cultural diversity and gender equity among student-athletes and staff. In Division III, faculty and staff focus on the wellbeing of student-athletes.


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2010-11 SCHEDULE Nov. 3

Eugene, OR

7 p.m.

Jan. 15

Whitworth University*

Salem, OR

4 p.m.

Nov. 19 at Concordia University

at University of Oregon (Exhib.)

Portland, OR

7 p.m.

Jan. 21

at Lewis & Clark College*

Portland, OR

6 p.m.

Nov. 20 Northwest Christian University

Salem, OR

5 p.m.

Jan. 22

Pacific Lutheran University*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Nov. 22 Eastern Oregon University

Salem, OR

7 p.m.

Jan. 25

at George Fox University*

Newberg, OR

6 p.m.

Bruce Henderson Memorial Capital City Classic Nov. 26 Corban vs. Academy of Art Nov. 27 Willamette vs. Academy of Art

Salem, OR

Jan. 29

University of Puget Sound*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Feb. 4

at Linfield College*

McMinnville, OR 6 p.m.

Feb. 5

Pacific University*

Nov. 30 George Fox University*

7 p.m. 7 p.m. Salem, OR

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

6 p.m.

Feb. 11 at Whitworth University*

Spokane, WA

6 p.m.

Walla Walla, WA

6 p.m.

Dec. 3

at University of Puget Sound*

Tacoma, WA

6 p.m.

Feb. 12 at Whitman College*

Dec. 4

at Corban University

Salem, OR

5:30 p.m.

Feb. 18 at Pacific Lutheran University* Tacoma, WA

6 p.m.

Dec. 6

at Northwest Christian University Eugene, OR

7:30 p.m.

Feb. 19 Lewis & Clark College* 1

6 p.m.

Dec. 30 at Eastern Washington University Cheney, WA

7:05 p.m.

Jan. 7

at Pacific University*

Forest Grove, OR 6 p.m.

Jan. 8

Linfield College*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Jan. 14

Whitman College*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

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Salem, OR

* Northwest Conference Game Senior Night NWC Tournament: Feb. 24 and 26, 2011 1

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