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2011-12 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY


Table of Contents

Willamette University is proud to provide opportunities for student-athletes to attain great accomplishments in athletics and in the classroom. Bearcat athletes excel on their respective teams throughout the year. Several teams have attained postseason success during recent seasons, continuing a history of excellence in Willamette Athletics.

About Willamette Athletics......................... 1 Head Coach Anne Lapray............................. 2 Assistant Coach Mike Meister...................... 3 Season Review/Season Outlook . ................. 5 2011-12 Bearcat Basketball Roster . ............. 6 Bearcat Team Photo...................................... 6 Player Profiles ......................................... 7-12 Year-by-Year Results....................................... 8 Willamette Sports Medicine ...................... 13 2010-11 Willamette Statistics .................... 14 Willamette Athletics Hall of Fame.............. 14 Bearcat Basketball Records ....................... 15 Willamette University ........................... 16-17 City of Salem .............................................. 17 WU Athletic Facilities ................................. 18 Northwest Conference/NCAA . .................. 19 General Information.................................... 20 Willamette Administration . ....................... 20 2011-12 Willamette Schedule ............... OBC

These teams and athletes also shine in the classroom. From Academic All-District and Academic All-America selections to several Fulbright, Kemper and NCAA Postgraduate scholarship winners, WU athletes have been honored for their academic achievements. It is this combination, along with a strong commitment to community service and Willamette’s motto, “Not unto ourselves alone are we born,” that makes Bearcat Athletics great.

The 2011-12 Willamette University Women’s Basketball Media Guide was written and edited by Robert McKinney, athletics comm. director, and designed by Christopher Sabato, graphic design specialist. Assistance provided by student workers Brandon Chinn, Maya McFaddin and Reva Main. Cover Photos: Front - Seniors (L to R): Kaileigh Westermann, McFaddin, Dora Rabih (Photo by Sabato). Inside Front (Clockwise from top) - Westermann (Photo by Sabato); Sophie Wilson (Photo by Noami Stukey); Breanne Faehnrich (Photo by Stukey). Inside Back - Sophomores: Front Row (L to R) - Alexa Beeson, Teah Williams, Rebecca Josephson; Back Row (L to R) - Mackenzie Lamson, Faehnrich (Photo by Sabato). Inside Photos by Stukey, Sabato and the Willamette Office of Marketing Communications. Printing by K/P Corporation.

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anne lapray Head Coach - 3rd Year Email: alapray@willamette.edu Office Phone: (503) 370-6132

Coach Lapray is excited about the players on this year’s team. She is pleased to have a quality group of experienced veterans and talented freshmen. There is enough depth to play hard for the whole 40 minutes. Anne (McShane) Lapray is the head women’s basketball coach at Willamette University. She previously served as an assistant coach with the Bearcats from 1997-99 and 2005-09. Coach Lapray continues to focus on transitioning the WU women’s basketball program into one of the top programs in the Northwest Conference. During her two seasons, the Bearcats have worked to start the rebuilding process. Willamette was 3-20 overall, 2-14 in the NWC last year. The Bearcats earned wins against both Pacific University and Pacific Lutheran University in NWC action. Four losses were by six points or less. In high school, Lapray was the 1989-90 Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of

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Oregon for her efforts on the basketball team at Oregon City High School. Lapray played basketball at Oregon State University until a knee injury sent her to the sidelines. Later, she played at Portland State University, where a second knee injury almost ended her career. She then concluded her career with at Willamette. 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 selected Honorable Mention All-NWC. She earned her degree in Sociology from WU in 1996. Lapray and her husband, Jon, live in South Salem. They are the parents of three daughters, Janie, Maggie and Mary, and a son, Jack.


mike meister

Assistant Coach - 1st Year Mike Meister is in his first season as the assistant women’s basketball coach at Willamette University. He helps Head Coach Anne Lapray with all aspects of the program. He is the founder, athletic development trainer and head basketball coach for Thunder Sports Institute. He has worked with players at all levels from the United States, Canada, England, France, Spain, Germany, Norway, and Jamaica.

WU Basketball Quick Facts Conference Championships...................11 NWC Championships 1994-95, 1995-96 NCIC Championships 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87 WCIC Championships 1972-73, 1974-75, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1983-84 Players Returning.................8 Maya McFaddin (Sr., W) Dora Rabih (Sr., F) Kaileigh Westermann (Sr., F) Sophie Wilson (Jr., G) Alexa Beeson (So., W) Breanne Faehnrich (So., PG) MacKenzie Lamson (So., W) Rebecca Josephson (So., W) Starters Returning................2 Maya McFaddin (Sr., W) Kaileigh Westermann (Sr., F)

Players coached by Meister have played professionally in Spain, Japan, China, Lebanon and Israel. Some have played at colleges and universities throughout the United States. In 2010, Meister graduated from Arizona State University with a master’s degree in Physical Education. He attended Cal State-Northridge as an undergraduate, but transferred to William Penn University (Iowa) to play basketball. Following a leg injury, he went to the University of NevadaLas Vegas, where he graduated in May, 2008 with a degree in University Studies-Kinesiology and Physical Education. Meister has worked with many high school basketball teams in Southern California, Las Vegas and Phoenix, Ariz. He has been involved with camps at UCLA, Arizona, Syracuse, the University of Washington and University of San Diego. While attending UNLV, Meister was the associate head coach of the Las Vegas Stars in the International Basketball League for two seasons. While coaching the Stars, the team set the professional basketball scoring record in a 206-147 win over the Phoenix Flame.

2010-11 Stat of Note: Willamette held 12 of its opponents to 72 points or less last season.

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2011-12 WOmen’s basketball


Where we’ve been

Where we’re going

Willamette achieved one of the top comebacks in recent years when the Bearcats rallied late to defeat Pacific University, 58-57 on Feb. 5, 2011.

The Willamette University Bearcats enter the 2011-12 season with a total of eight returning players, including three seniors and two starters.

The Bearcats trailed 49-39 with 3:05 remaining. WU scored 19 points and hit five 3-pointers the rest of the way.

Kaileigh Westermann (Sr., F) is the team’s top returning scorer, after averaging 11.4 points per game last season. She earned 9.0 rebounds per game to lead WU and to rank third in the Northwest Conference.

WU’s success from behind the arc was important because Pacific converted 8 of 10 free throws during the rally. Pacific scored its last point when Erica Schultz hit the first of two free throws with four seconds left for a 57-55 lead. Kaileigh Westermann hauled down the rebound and passed to Sophie Wilson, who crossed mid-court before launching the winning shot from 33 feet just before the buzzer sounded. The top scorer in 2010-11 was senior Alex Zennan at 12.0 points per game. Zennan finished fifth on the Bearcats’ career scoring list with 1,123 points. Willamette ended the season with a 3-20 record (2-14 NWC). The Bearcats allowed just 74.7 points per game and held 12 opponents to 73 points or less. The Bearcats have won 11 conference titles over the years. WU won five in a row from 1982-83 through 1986-87 and have claimed back-to-back titles an additional three times.

Maya McFaddin (Sr., W) scored 4.0 points per game and hauled down 2.8 rebounds per game. Westermann played in all 23 games with 22 starts. McFaddin competed in a total of 22 games and received 21 starts. Forward Dora Rabih also returns for her senior year. Rabih received playing time in 21 games in 2010-11 after transferring from Arizona Western College. Other top returning players for WU are junior guard Sophie Wilson, sophomore wing Mackenzie Lamson and sophomore point guard Breanne Faehnrich. Wilson played in all 23 games in 2010-11 and provided the winning 3-pointer at the buzzer in Willamette’s 58-57 victory over Pacific University on Feb. 5, 2011. Lamson saw action in 21 games, while averaging 5.3 points per contest. Faehnrich also competed in 21 games. She shot 76.2% at the free throw line by sinking 16 of 21 attempts. The Bearcats are in their third year under Head Coach Anne Lapray. This season, Lapray has a group of nine freshmen who will join the eight returning players. The freshmen are very athletic. They will battle for significant playing time. Lapray’s experienced returning athletes and talented freshmen create flexibility on offense and defense. They will battle each opponent from start to finish.

2010-11 review and 2011-12 o utLook

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The 2011-12 Willamette University Women’s Basketball Team: Front Row (L to R) - Katie Kalugin, Jojo DeLong, Second Row (L to R) - Katelyn Nordlien, Teah Williams, Maya McFaddin, Mackenzie Lamson. Third Row (L to R) Daena Mau, Kaileigh Westermann, Sophie Wilson, Arianah Musser, Breanne Faehnrich. Back Row (L to R) Rebecca Josephson, Erin Petersen, Jossalynn Wright, Julia Brand, Dora Rabih, Alexa Beeson.

2011-12 Willamette roster No. Name Pos. Yr. Elig. Ht. Hometown (Previous School) 1 Mackenzie Lamson W So. So. 5’ 9” Portland, Ore. (Lincoln HS) 3 Katie Kalugin W Fr. Fr. 5’ 8” Woodburn, Ore. (Woodburn HS) 10 Daena Mau W Fr. Fr. 5’ 7” Aiea, Hawaii (Punahou School) 11 Sophie Wilson G Jr. Jr. 5’ 9” Port Townsend, Wash. (Port Townsend HS) 13 Julia Brand W Fr. Fr. 5’10” Kaneohe, Hawaii (Punahou School) 14 Breanne Faehnrich PG So. So. 5’5” Newcastle, Wash. (Liberty HS) 15 Katelyn Nordlien W Fr. Fr. 5’10” Salem, Ore. (North Salem HS) 20 Dora Rabih F Sr. Sr. 5’ 9” Denver, Colo. (Kennedy HS/Ariz. Western) 21 Teah Williams W So. So. 5’ 7” Salem, Ore. (South Salem HS) 22 Alexa Beeson W So. So. 5’ 8” Portland, Ore. (Lincoln HS) 23 Jojo DeLong PG Fr. Fr. 5’ 4” Santa Clarita, Calif. (Canyon HS) 24 Maya McFaddin W Sr. Sr. 5’ 9” McMinnville, Ore. (McMinnville HS) 30 Erin Petersen W Fr. Fr. 5’ 9” Wilmette, Ill. (Lake Forest Academy) 32 Kaileigh Westermann F Sr. Sr. 5’11” Belfair, Wash. (South Kitsap HS) 33 Rebecca Josephson W So. So. 5’ 9” Fair Oaks, Calif. (Del Campo HS) 34 Arianah Musser W Fr. Fr. 5’ 9” Seattle, Wash. (The Bush School) 35 Jossalynn Wright F Fr. Fr. 5’ 9” Aumsville, Ore. (Cascade HS) Head Coach: Anne Lapray (3rd year) Assistant Coach: Mike Meister (1st year)

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Maya Mcfaddin

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McMinnville, Ore. (McMinnville HS) 5’9” • Senior • Wing

Has played in 69 games during her career, including 42 starts in the past two years ... Scored a career-high 12 points against Whittier on Dec. 4, 2009 ... Brings significant experience to the court ... Is one of the top defensive players for the Bearcats ... Studied one semester in Chicago ... Member of the Mortar Board senior honor society ... Majoring in Studio Art with a minor in Spanish ... Daughter of Sally Godard and Dwight McFaddin ... Born on March 29. Year GP GS 2008-09 22 0 2009-10 25 21 2010-11 22 21 Career 69 42

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. 18-66 .273 3-12 .250 14-21 .667 32 43-153 .281 5-23 .217 23-45 .511 89 36-108 .333 8-20 .400 8-22 .364 61 97-327 .297 16-55 .291 45-88 .511 182

Asst. 17 38 25 80

Dora Rabih

Pts. 53 114 88 255

Avg. 2.4 4.6 4.0 3.7

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Denver, Colo. (John F. Kennedy HS) 5’9” • Senior • Forward

Enters her second season with the Bearcats ... Saw action in 21 games in 2010-11 ... Grabbed 32 rebounds and earned 18 assists ... Was a team captain on the basketball team at Arizona Western College ... Received an associate’s degree in General Studies in 2010 ... Chosen Academic All-America while attending Arizona Western ... Previously played at John F. Kennedy HS in Denver ... Majoring in Sociology at WU ... Her parents are Mikell and Ali Rabih ... Born on May 17. Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Asst. Pts. Avg. 2010-11 21 0 9-35 .257 0-6 .000 4-6 .667 32 18 22 1.0

Kaileigh Westermann Belfair, Wash. (South Kitsap HS) 5’11” • Senior • Forward

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In three years she has achieved 508 points and 460 rebounds ... Has played in 68 games with 52 starts ... Led WU with 9.0 rebounds per game last year, while earning 11.4 points per game ... Career-high 18 points three times last season ... Grabbed 15 boards at Linfield on Feb. 4, 2011 ... First Team All-League once in basketball and three times in soccer at South Kitsap HS ... Environmental Science major ... Parents are Mike and Sabrina Westermann ... Born on October 22. Year GP GS 2008-09 20 5 2009-10 25 25 2010-11 23 22 Career 68 52

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. 32-82 .390 0-0 .000 20-40 .500 63-192 .328 0-7 .000 36-70 .514 95-222 .428 0-2 .000 72-130 .554 190-496 .383 0-9 .000 128-240 .533

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Reb. 85 169 206 460

Asst. 7 34 30 71

Pts. Avg. 84 4.2 162 6.5 262 11.4 508 7.5

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sophie wilson

Port Townsend, Wash. (Port Townsend HS) 5’9” • Junior • Guard

Played in all 48 games the past two years ... Scored a career-high 13 points versus Whitman on Jan. 14, 2011 ... Hit a shot from 33 feet as time expired in a 58-57 win over Pacific on Feb. 5, 2011 ... Majoring in Anthropology with a minor in Psychology at WU ... Is the daughter of Scott and Jennifer Wilson ... Born on March 17. Year GP GS 2009-10 25 1 2010-11 23 0 Career 48 1

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. 27-95 .284 8-39 .205 11-20 .550 30 23-69 .333 10-34 .294 7-12 .583 20 50-164 .305 18-73 .247 18-32 .563 50

Asst. 14 17 31

Pts. 73 63 136

Avg. 2.9 2.7 2.8

WILLAMETTE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 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

Overall

Conf.^ Head Coach

N/A N/A Records not available N/A 8-3 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 11-4 N/A N/A 15-7 6-2 19-9 8-3 8-18 N/A 15-14 6-4 13-11 8-2 15-11 6-2 22-8 9-2 20-7 10-0 14-11 8-2 10-17 4-6 3-21 1-11 10-17 2-10 14-12 4-8 8-17 2-10 12-13 5-7 16-10 8-4

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Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Fran Howard Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown Marigay Schopp# Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown Cheryl K. Brown

Year 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

Overall 22-6 19-8 14-11 13-11 14-11 13-12 17-8 11-14 8-17 4-21 8-17 5-19 5-20 5-20 4-18 4-21 3-20

Conf.^ Head Coach 10-2 13-1 11-5 10-8 10-8 6-10 12-4 6-10 2-14 0-16 5-11 0-16 3-13 3-13 3-13 2-14 2-14

Paula Petrie Paula Petrie Paula Petrie Paula Petrie Paula Petrie Paula Petrie Paula Petrie Paula Petrie Tom Steers Tom Steers Tom Steers Bruce Henderson Bruce Henderson Bruce Henderson Bruce Henderson% Anne Lapray Anne Lapray

* Won conference title ** Tied for conference title # Schopp was head coach while Brown was on sabbatical % Sara (Brooks) Elcano served as interim head coach following Bruce Henderson’s death on Dec. 8, 2008 ^ 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.

Bearcat JUNIOR


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Alexa beeson Portland, Ore. (Lincoln HS) 5’8” • Sophomore • Wing

Played in 19 games last year at the wing position ... H.M. All-League at Lincoln HS ... Majoring in Exercise Scence with a minor Spanish ... Parents are Steven and Robin Beeson ... Born on September 7. Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Asst. Pts. Avg. 2010-11 19 0 3-22 .136 0-3 .000 1-3 .333 14 4 7 0.4

Breanne Faehnrich Newcastle, Wash. (Liberty HS) 5’5” • Sophomore • Point Guard

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Competed in 21 games as a freshman and shot 76.2% at the line ... All-Area and H.M. All-Conference at Liberty HS ... Psychology major at WU ... Daughter of Lou and Lisa Faehnrich ... Born on October 13. Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Asst. Pts. Avg. 2010-11 21 0 10-29 .345 1-7 .143 16-21 .762 28 6 37 1.8

Rebecca josephson Fair Oaks, Calif. (Del Campo HS) 5’9” • Sophomore • Wing

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Saw action in 11 games last season ... Team MVP at Del Campo High School ... First Team All-League ... Chemistry (Biochemistry) major ... Parents are Kurt and Denise Josephson .. Born on February 21. Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Asst. Pts. Avg. 2010-11 11 0 2-16 .125 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 13 1 5 0.5

MacKenzie Lamson Portland, Ore. (Lincoln HS) 5’9” • Sophomore • Wing

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Averaged 5.3 points last year ... Scored 16 points in a 73-69 win over Pacific Lutheran ... First Team All-League at Lincoln HS ... Undeclared major ... Daughter of Brian and Janet Lamson ... Born on June 8. Year GP GS FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FTM-FTA Pct. Reb. Asst. Pts. Avg. 2010-11 21 2 46-131 .351 5-19 .263 13-31 .452 43 18 111 5.3

tEAH williams Salem, Ore. (South Salem HS) 5’7” • Sophomore • Wing

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Practiced last year, but battled injuries and did not compete ... Played at South Salem HS ... Majoring in Political Science ... Minor in Gender Studies ... Parents are Fabian and Amanda Williams ... Born on July 6.

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Julia Brand

Kaneohe, Hawaii (Punahou School) 5’10” • Freshman • Wing

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Joins WU from Punahou School in Hawaii ... Helped Punahou win the State title in 2008, plus three top three finishes ... Has not chosen a major ... Daughter of David and Yumiko Lum ... Born on November 17.

Jojo delong

Santa Clarita, Calif. (Canyon HS) 5’4” • Freshman • Point Guard

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Was a three-sport athlete at Canyon HS ... Inspirational Player of the Year in basketball ... Will play point guard ... Undecided regarding her major ... Parents are Dave and Lisa DeLong ... Born on August 29.

Katie Kalugin Woodburn, Ore. (Woodburn HS) 5’8” • Freshman • Forward

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Varsity starter four years at Woodburn HS ... All-League four times ... Team MVP twice ... Ran track and played volleyball ... Has not chosen a major ... Daughter of Vicky Molodyh ... Born on December 3.

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Daena Mau

Aiea, Hawaii (Punahou School) 5’7” • Freshman • Wing

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Teammate of Julia Brand at Punahou School in Hawaii ... Contributed to Punahou finishing second at State last year ... Is pursuing a career in medicine ... Parents are Dale and Faye Mau ... Born on October 3.

arianah musser Seattle, Wash. (The Bush School) 5’9” • Freshman • Wing

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H.M. All-League at The Bush School ... Played basketball four years and competed in track and field for two seasons ... Has not chosen a major ... Parents are Peter and Tamara Musser ... Born on February 3.

Katelyn Nordlien Salem, Ore. (North Salem HS) 5’10” • Freshman • Wing

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First Team All-Conference as a senior at North Salem HS ... Second Team All-CVC three times in softball ... Majoring in Economics ... Her parents are Craig and Lori Nordlien ... Born on November 5.

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Erin Petersen

Wilmette, Ill. (Lake Forest Academy) 5’9” • Freshman • Wing

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Played volleyball, basketball and soccer at Lake Forest Academy ... Is one of six freshmen at the wing position ... Undecided regarding her major ... Parents are Barry and Eva Petersen ... Born on April 13.

jossalynn wright Aumsville, Ore. (Cascade High School) 5’9” • Freshman • Forward

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Helped Cascade HS win the 4A title in 2011 and place 4th in 2010 ... Second at State in the shot put and discus in 2011 ... Exercise Science major ... Daughter of Edgar and Candis Wright ... Born on May 24.

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Willamette Sports Medicine

Shane Wibel, ATC Erin Scharer, ATC Ken Smith, ATC Head Athletic Trainer Asst. Athletic Trainer Asst. Athletic Trainer

Dylan Borden, ATC Dr. Daniel Schweigert Dr. David Thorsett PT Northwest WU Team Physician WU Team Physician

Silverton Hospital The Willamette University sports medicine program provides medical support to our varsity athletes. Athletic trainers focus on two components: service and education. Service includes the evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries suffered by our athletes. It also involves referrals to medical personnel when athletes become injured or ill. The education component is designed for any student interested in athletic training or other medical fields to gain valuable experience working in a clinical setting.

Students achieve experience by covering practices and games, and by working in the treatment centers where they help Willamette’s certified athletic trainers with rehabilitation of injuries. Our athletic training staff works closely with our team physicians from Silverton Hospital, the physical therapist from PT Northwest and the staff at the Bishop Wellness Center on the WU campus to provide care for our varsity athletes. For information call: (503) 370-6672

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2010-11 Statistics Overall Record: 3-20 Northwest Conference: 2-14 (9th Place) Home: 3-8

Away: 0-12

Neutral: 0-0

Name GP GS FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb Avg AS TO BL ST Alex Zennan 23 21 90-268 .336 37-123 .301 60-183 .723 76 3.3 37 65 0 45 K. Westermann 23 22 95-222 .428 0-2 .000 72-130 .554 206 9.0 30 74 0 21 Erin Barclay 23 23 50-164 .305 25-76 .329 36-56 .643 64 2.8 22 71 1 49 Shayna Glynn 23 22 40-129 .310 0-5 .000 46-65 .708 101 4.4 20 41 2 9 M. Lamson 21 2 46-131 .351 5-19 .263 14-31 .452 43 2.0 18 51 13 12 Maya McFaddin 22 21 36-108 .333 8-20 .400 8-22 .364 61 2.8 25 41 0 13 Andrea Harris 21 2 23-65 .354 0-0 .000 20-38 .526 50 2.4 2 41 0 11 Sophie Wilson 23 0 23-69 .333 10-34 .294 7-12 .583 20 0.9 17 56 0 16 Alex Brunt-Pluta 20 0 18-42 .429 0-0 .000 8-18 .444 28 1.4 5 10 6 1 B. Faehnrich 21 0 10-29 .345 1-7 .143 16-21 .762 28 1.3 6 26 2 7 Kelsey Mueller 22 2 13-32 .406 0-2 .000 6-14 .429 17 0.8 9 21 0 3 Dora Rabih 21 0 9-35 .257 0-6 .000 4-6 .667 32 1.5 18 12 1 4 Alexa Beeson 19 0 3-22 .136 0-3 .000 1-3 .333 14 0.7 4 12 2 2 R. Josephson 11 0 2-16 .125 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 13 1.2 1 5 1 3 Willamette Opponents

Pts Avg 277 12.0 262 11.4 161 7.0 126 5.5 111 5.3 88 4.0 66 3.1 63 2.7 44 2.2 37 1.8 32 1.5 22 1.0 7 0.4 5 0.5

23 23 458-1332 .344 86-300 .287 299-501 .597 867 37.7 214 531 28 196 1301 56.6 23 23 564-1384 .408 127-392 .324 463-652 .710 1038 45.1 317 456 73 253 1718 74.7

Deadball Rebounds: Willamette 88 (83-5); Opponents 92 (83-9)

2010-11 RESULTS Date Opponent Result Overall NWC Att High Points Nov. 19 at Concordia (Ore.) 96-66 L 0-1 189 Zennan 22 Nov. 20 NW Christian 72-43 L 0-2 350 Zennan 11 Nov. 22 Eastern Oregon 70-55 L 0-3 125 Westermann 13 Nov. 27 Academy of Art 79-70 W 1-3 65 Zennan 19 Nov. 30 George Fox* 60-38 L 1-4 0-1 175 Glynn 9 Dec. 3 at Puget Sound* 68-45 L 1-5 0-2 459 Lamson 12 Dec. 4 at Corban 79-49 L 1-6 208 Westermann 8 Dec. 6 at NW Christian 70-45 L 1-7 100 Zennan 16 Dec. 30 at E. Washington 83-35 L 1-8 553 Zennan 8 Jan. 7 at Pacific* 71-66 L 1-9 0-3 200 Zennan 26 Jan. 8 Linfield* 95-58 L 1-10 0-4 400 Westermann 18 Jan. 14 Whitman* 74-71 L 1-11 0-5 165 Glynn 15 Jan. 15 Whitworth* 80-60 L 1-12 0-6 185 Westermann 16 Jan. 21 at Lewis & Clark* 71-54 L 1-13 0-7 450 Westermann 17 Jan. 22 Pacific Lutheran* 73-69 W 2-13 1-7 435 Zennan 20 Jan. 25 at George Fox* 87-46 L 2-14 1-8 232 Lamson 15 Jan. 29 Puget Sound* 69-63 L 2-15 1-9 650 Zennan 21 Feb. 4 at Linfield* 65-56 L 2-16 1-10 125 Westermann 18 Feb. 5 Pacific* 58-57 W 3-16 2-10 420 Zennan 17 Feb. 11 at Whitworth* 73-67 L 3-17 2-11 527 Zennan 18 Feb. 12 at Whitman* 83-65 L 3-18 2-12 200 Barclay 14 Feb. 18 at Pacific Lutheran* 76-59 L 3-19 2-13 556 Zennan 16 Feb. 19 Lewis & Clark* 80-50 L 3-20 2-14 560 Barclay 15 * Northwest Conference

High Rebounds Westermann 9 Brunt-Pluta, Westermann 8 Westermann 12 Glynn 12 Westermann 9 Westermann 12 Westermann 7 Westermann 11 Westermann 5 Westermann 10 Westermann 10 Westermann 11 Glynn 6 Westermann 12 Westermann 9 Westermann 6 Westermann 8 Westermann 15 Westermann 12 Westermann 8 Westermann 8 Westermann 7 Barclay 5

BEARCATS IN THE WU ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Coaches Fran Howard Inducted: 1994 1970-71 through 1981-82

Athletes Holly Brown ‘76 Inducted: 1997 Ruth (Yocom) Carkin ‘39 Inducted: 2000 June (Brasted) Chipman ‘40 Inducted: 1995 Mary (Watkins) Cronin ‘68 Inducted: 1994 Lynne (Crosett) Flynn ‘76 Inducted: 1992 Carri (Martin) Greg ‘77 Inducted: 1995 Brenda Hansen-Coats ‘81 Inducted: 1993 Jenny Joseph ‘97 Inducted: 2009 Dorothy “Dotty” Moore ‘41 Inducted: 1991 Margaret “Mea”” (Frantz) Neal ‘94 Inducted: 2005 Carla Piluso ‘77 Inducted: 2001 Tracy Thom ‘88 Inducted: 2007

Teams 1985-86 Bearcats Inducted: 2009

Home games in Bold Face

Jenny Joseph ‘97

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2010-11 S tatistics


Willamette WOMen’s basketball INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Career Scoring

1,309 Jenny Joseph (106 gms.)......... 1993-97 1,208 Kelly Sorenson (93)................... 1997-01 1,156 Kathy Wiese-Marshall (95)......... 1990-94 1,146 Amy Ulrey (103)........................ 1992-96 1,123 Alex Zennan (95)...................... 2007-11

Scoring Average

14.35 Kirstin Anderson (703/49 gms.).. 1997-99 13.55 Molly Fillion (637/47)................ 2007-09 12.99 Kelly Sorenson (1208/93)......... 1997-01

Field Goals Made

549 Jenny Joseph (106 games)....... 1993-97 459 Kathy Wiese-Marshall (95 gms.).. 1990-94 451 Natalie Marth (105 games)....... 1983-87

Steals Per Game (Cont.)

Steals Per Game

Season

Blocked Shots

2.44 Trina Salazar (122/50)................ 1995-97 1.91 Carolyn Leary (103/54).............. 1993-95

Scoring

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

Scoring Average

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

Field Goals Made

Field Goals Attempted

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

Field Goal Percentage

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

1,071 Kathy Wiese-Marshall (95 gms.).1990-94 1,058 Alex Zennan (95)...................... 2007-11 1,043 Natalie Marth (105).................. 1983-87 .563 Jenny Joseph (549 of 976)........ 1993-97 .538 Saran Patillo (245 of 455).......... 1992-95 .525 Kirstin Anderson (268 of 510)... 1997-99

3-Point Field Goals Made

174 Alex Zennan (95 gms.).............. 2007-11 174 Amy Ulrey (103).......................... 1992-96 164 Kelly Sorenson (93).................... 1997-01

3-Point Field Goals Attempted

527 Alex Zennan (95 gms.).............. 2007-11 471 Amy Ulrey (103).......................... 1992-96 439 Kelly Sorenson (93).................... 1997-01

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

.433 Robyn Rieger (145 of 335)......... 1990-94 .400 Stacey Kruger (20 of 50)............ 1993-97 .391 Lea Bush (9 of 23)...................... 1988-90

Field Goals Attempted

Field Goal Percentage

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

3-Point FGs Made

69 63 54

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

3-Point FGs Attempted

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

3-Point FG Percentage

Free Throws Made

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

Free Throws Attempted

85 85 84

214 Tracy Sanguras (95 gms.).......... 1989-93 211 Jenny Joseph (106)................... 1993-97 201 Alex Zennan (95)...................... 2007-011 430 372 284 279

Jenny Joseph (106 gms.).......... 1993-97 Tracy Sanguras (95)................... 1989-93 Christine Suess (75)................... 1983-86 Alex Zennan (95)........................ 2007-11

Free Throw Percentage

.779 Lea Bush (53 of 68).................... 1988-90 .776 Kathy Wiese-Marshall (156 of 201).1990-94 .749 Traci Shepard (134 of 179)........ 1993-97

Rebounds

695 Jenny Joseph (106 games)....... 1993-97 599 Tracy Sanguras (95 games)....... 1989-93 594 Donna Kalama (87 games)........ 1984-88

Rebounds Per Game

9.92 Molly Fillion (466/47 gms.)........ 2007-09 8.84 Heather Ludwig (433/49).......... 1999-01 8.73 Kirstin Anderson (428/49)......... 1997-99

Assists

518 KayLyn Charriere (101 gms.)..... 1995-99 417 Natalie Marth (105).................... 1983-87 302 Tara Johnson (99)...................... 1987-91

Assists Per Game

5.13 KayLyn Charriere (518/101 gms.).1995-99 4.09 Carolyn Leary (221/54).............. 1993-95 3.97 Natalie Marth (417/105)............ 1983-87

Steals

265 Kelly Sorenson (93 gms.)........... 1997-01 179 Robyn Rieger (102).................... 1990-94 168 Natalie Marth (105).................... 1983-87

Steals Per Game

2.85 Kelly Sorenson (265/93 gms.)... 1997-01

Free Throws Made

Kirstin Anderson........................ 1997-98 Molly Fillion............................... 2008-09 Christine Suess.......................... 1985-86

Free Throws Attempted

144 132 131 130

Jenny Joseph............................ 1995-96 Jenny Joseph............................ 1996-97 Molly Fillion............................... 2008-09 Alex Zennan............................... 2010-11

Free Throw Percentage

.891 Kathy Wiese-Marshall............... 1991-92 .871 Kelly Sorenson........................... 2000-01 .829 Wenchi Liu................................. 2001-02

Rebounds

270 Donna Kalama........................... 1987-88 262 Janet Holland............................ 1984-85 241 Molly Fillion .............................. 2007-08

Rebounds Per Game

10.2 Molly Fillion............................... 2008-09 10.0 Donna Kalama........................... 1987-88 9.6 Molly Fillion .............................. 2007-08

Assists 163 134 130 130

KayLyn Charriere....................... 1998-99 Natalie Marth............................. 1984-85 Carolyn Leary............................. 1994-95 KayLyn Charriere....................... 1997-98

Assists Per Game

6.5 KayLyn Charriere....................... 1998-99 5.4 KayLyn Charriere....................... 1997-98 4.9 Sharon Gaver............................. 1983-84

Steals

86 84 78

Kelly Sorenson........................... 2000-01 Barbara Canda.......................... 1979-80 Kelly Sorenson........................... 1999-00

4.2 Barbara Canda.......................... 1979-80 3.9 Kelly Sorenson........................... 2000-01 3.6 Brenda Hansen . ....................... 1979-80 89 78 73

Zoe Pearson............................... 1984-85 Jenny Joseph............................ 1996-97 Jenny Joseph............................ 1995-96

Game Scoring

35 32 32

Tyan Sanderson vs. L&C..............2/5/00 Kelly Sorenson vs. CND............11/29/97 Kelly Sorenson vs. E. Oregon....12/9/00

Field Goals Made 14 13 13 13 13

Tyan Sanderson vs. L&C..............2/5/00 Brenda Hansen vs. GFU...............2/8/80 Jenny Joseph vs. GFU...............1/27/96 Jenny Joseph vs. Pac. Luth.......1/14/97 Kelly Sorenson vs. CND...........11/29/97

Field Goals Attempted

27 24 23 23 23

Brenda Hansen vs. S. Oregon..12/19/78 Brenda Hansen vs. GFU...............2/8/80 Alex Zennan vs. Linfield................1/9/10 Kelly Sorenson vs. Whitworth....1/27/01 Barbara Canda vs. GFU...............2/8/80

3-Point FGs Made 7 7 7 6 6 6

Alex Zennan vs. Linfield...............1/9/10 Amy Ulrey vs. Eastern Oregon....1/3/95 Kelly Sorenson vs. H. Payne....11/24/00 Alex Zennan vs. Pacific................1/7/11 Alex Zennan vs. Whitworth..........2/6/09 Amy Ulrey vs. Northwest.........11/18/94

3-Point FGs Attempted 16 15 13 13 13

Alex Zennan vs. Linfield...............1/9/10 Amy Ulrey vs. Eastern Oregon....1/3/95 Alex Zennan vs. Linfield...............1/8/11 Amy Ulrey vs. Linfield.................1/16/96 Kelly Sorenson vs. Whitworth....1/22/99

Free Throws Made 12 12 11

Kappy Klocksieben vs. GFU......1/10/92 Heather Ludwig vs. Linfield.........2/3/01 Kirstin Anderson vs. L&C.............1/9/98 Kasey Sorenson vs. Whitworth....2/1/02 Molly Fillion vs. NMHU............11/22/08

Free Throws Attempted 19 17 16 16

Tracy Sanguras vs. Pac. Luth.....12/1/90 Molly Fillion vs. NMHU............11/22/08 Shayna Glynn vs. Acad. of Art... 11/27/10 Kirstin Anderson vs. L&C.............1/9/98

Rebounds 20 19 19

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

Assists 12 12 11 11 11

Sharon Gaver vs. George Fox...12/4/84 KayLyn Charriere vs. UCSC......12/19/98 Sharon Gaver vs. E. Oregon........3/3/84 Natalie Marth vs. George Fox...2/28/83 KayLyn Charriere vs. Seattle........1/8/99

Steals

11 9 8

Kelly Sorenson vs. Concordia...11/29/00 Kelly Sorenson vs. Puget Sound...2/8/98 Lisa Lum vs. Pac. Lutheran.......12/14/85 Lori Ross vs. Western Baptist....11/29/88 Traci Shepard vs. GFU.............11/22/94 Amy Ulrey vs. Lewis & Clark........1/7/95 Trina Salazar vs. Lewis & Clark....1/20/96

Blocked Shots 10 9 8

Zoe Pearson vs. Warner Pac......2/26/85 Jenny Joseph vs Paci. Luth........1/14/97 Zoe Pearson vs. Pacific..............2/21/85

TEAM Records

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The First University in the West Willamette’s curriculum and collaborative learning environment allow you to explore a wide variety of subjects that are critical to helping you navigate the world around you.

and collaborative learning environment for their students. They engage in scholarly research and publication, but they are also fundamentally committed to teaching and serving as mentors and advisors.

Whether working one-on-one with a professor, studying abroad, pursuing innovative research, interning with a business or nonprofit, or leading a campus organization, you can hone your creativity, global perspective and critical thinking for a lifetime of success.

Since 1990, ten Willamette faculty members have been named Oregon Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation. They have been honored among the most outstanding undergraduate instructors in the country for excelling in teaching and positively influencing the lives and careers of their students.

Willamette professors contribute a wide range of expertise to create a dynamic

Why Willamette? NCAA and Northwest Conference competition Supportive coaching staff and team environment 25% of students are intercollegiate athletes 24% of students are multicultural Quality academics with highly engaged professors Student-faculty ratio of 10:1 Average class size of 14 50% of students study abroad 68% of students complete 1 or more internships Career development program

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WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY


With an average class size of 14 and a student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1, Willamette provides a personal classroom experience where professors get to know you well, making it easy to find individualized help or ask questions. The life of the Willamette student is active, thought-provoking and focused on community — in the classroom and out. More than 100 student organizations, in addition to numerous athletic, leadership and service opportunities, help you develop your character in addition to your intellect — and have fun, too. Our students are engaged in communities locally and around the world. About 50% earn study abroad credit before they graduate, and 68% of students complete at least one internship while at Willamette. Academics come first at Willamette, but you still have time to compete. Our athletes, both formal and informal, have an enthusiastic network of supporters. Willamette’s NCAA Division III athletics program includes 10 men’s and 10 women’s sports and about 25% of students are DIII student-athletes. Our alumni say their time at Willamette was life-changing, and they credit their education with providing them the expertise they needed for a successful career and life — whether they went on to a job, prestigious graduate program, national fellowship or public service.

Salem, Oregon

Located in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, the university is situated ideally to access all the benefits of the Pacific Northwest. Gorgeous forests, rivers, mountains and ocean beaches nearby. A relaxed and creative culture. Vibrant arts and music scenes. And, coffee shops on almost every block. Willamette University is in the heart of downtown Salem, Oregon’s capital, a community that is large enough to provide plenty of entertainment, yet personal enough that you’ll usually run into someone you know. When you want to enjoy some of Oregon’s attractions outside Salem, it’s not hard to find a university organized trip or an informal group of friends to join you — whether you plan to snowboard on Mount Hood, catch a concert in Portland or build a bonfire at the coast.

SALEM, OREGON

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CONE FIELD HOUSE Cone Field House/Gordie James Court is the home of the WU 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. The court was redone and named after former men’s basketball coach Gordie James in 2010 with the new Bearcat logo added at center court. The WU basketball court is connected to the Lestle J. Sparks Center. The Sparks Center includes the Fitness Center, which is available for use by the basketball teams. The Currey Classroom in the Sparks Center is a great location for team meetings and to evaluate player performances on video. Other facilities at WU include Sparks Field, where the men’s and women’s soccer teams play, McCulloch Stadium for football and track and field, John Lewis Field for baseball, the WU Natatorium for swimming, plus the WU Tennis Courts and the WU Softball Field. The Bearcats host cross country meets in Bush’s Pasture Park, the rowing teams practice on the Willamette River, and golfers practice at both Illahe Country Club and Creekside Golf Club.

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ATHLETIC Facilities

GORDIE JAMES COURT The game floor at Cone Field House is named after retired Willamette men’s basketball Head Coach Gordie James. In 22 seasons as the Bearcats’ head coach, from 1987-88 until 2008-09, James achieved a 357-230 (.608) record. He also earned a 340-129 (.725) record in 22 years at the high school level, giving him a combined record of 697-359 (.660). The court received its official name during a dedication ceremony on Nov. 20, 2010.


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. 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.

NCAA Division III is where the true student-athlete studies and competes. The National Collegiate Athletic Association is the main governing body of collegiate sports, dividing levels of classification into three divisions. D3 institutions are largely regarded as leading academic institutions and do not offer athletic scholarships. Still, athletics in D3 is highly competitive. There are over 136,000 athletes at over 430 D3 colleges and universities and each one is studying to earn a valuable degree in preparation for the workplace while playing the sport that he or she loves. For D3 athletes, sports have been an integral part of our lives since our youth. From elementary school through high school, sports have complemented our educational experience.And as college looms, we want to continue playing the sport we love while receiving an education from a first-rate college. A D3 school is that fit.

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.

NO RTHWEST CONFERENCE & THE NCAA

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Coaching Staff Baseball

Aaron Swick Men’s Basketball

Kip Ioane

About Willamette

Location.................................................Salem, Oregon Founded................................................................1842 Enrollment........... 2,027 Undergraduate; 2,827 Overall Nickname........................................................ Bearcats Colors....................................... Cardinal and Old Gold National Affiliation............................. NCAA Division III Conference.................... Northwest Conference (NWC) Arena (Capacity)................... Cone Field House (2,500)

Administration

President.......................................Dr. Stephen Thorsett Dean of Campus Life...................... Dr. David Douglass Director of Athletics..................................David Rigsby Faculty Athletic Rep...........................Dr. Kelley Strawn Associate Athletic Director.......................Judy Gordon Associate Athletic Director.................. Anwau Huffman Head Athletic Trainer........................Shane Wibel, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer................... Erin Scharer, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer......................Ken Smith, ATC Athletics Comm. Director.................. Robert McKinney Administrative Assistant......................... Leslie Berning

Contact

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

Women’s Basketball

Anne Lapray

Cross Country / Track & Field

Matt McGuirk Football

Mark Speckman Men’s & Women’s Golf

Noah Horstman Men’s & Women’s Rowing

Ryan Miller Men’s Soccer

Lloyd Fobi Women’s Soccer

Hillary Arthur Softball

Damian Wiliams Men’s & Women’s Swimming

Leslie Shevlin Men’s Tennis

Toby Krauel Women’s Tennis

Becky Roberts Volleyball

Tom Shoji

Dr. Stephen Thorsett

Willamette University President Dr. Stephen Thorsett became the 25th president of Willamette University and professor of physics in Willamette’s College of Liberal Arts on July 1, 2011. Thorsett served previously as the dean of the Division of Physical and Biological Sciences at University of California, Santa Cruz. He joined UC-Santa Cruz as an associate professor of astronomy and astrophysics in 1999. He was appointed to professor of astronomy and astrophysics and chair of the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics in 2003.

David Rigsby

Willamette University Director of Athletics David Rigsby is the new director of athletics at Willamette University after serving in several positions in the campus life division, most recently as associate dean of campus life. Rigsby was a member of the baseball team at WU for two years before his career was shortened by an arm injury. He earned a B.A. degree from Willamette in 2000 with a major in Chemistry, and later added an M.S. from Duquesne University.

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A dministration and Staff


SOPHOMORES


2011-12 SCHEDULE Nov. 18

Concordia (Ore.)

Salem, OR Salem, OR

Nov. 24 Nov. 25 Nov. 26

Bruce Henderson Memorial Capital City Classic Montreat (N.C.) Northwest Christian (at Corban) Johnson & Wales (at Corban)

7 p.m.

Dec. 2

Pacific Lutheran*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Dec. 3

Puget Sound*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Dec. 8

William Jessup (Calif.)

Salem, OR

7 p.m.

Dec. 10

at Oregon Tech

Klamath Falls, OR

5:30 p.m.

Dec. 18

at California Lutheran

Thou. Oaks, CA

3:30 p.m.

Dec. 19

at Occidental

Los Angeles, CA

5 p.m.

Dec. 21

at Chapman

Orange, CA

4 p.m.

Jan. 6

Pacific*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Jan. 7

at Linfield*

McMinnville, OR

6 p.m.

Jan. 13

at George Fox*

Newberg, OR

6 p.m.

Jan. 14

at Lewis & Clark*

Portland, OR

6 p.m.

Jan. 20

Whitworth*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Jan. 21

Whitman*

Salem, OR

4 p.m.

Jan. 27

at Puget Sound*

Tacoma, WA

6 p.m.

Jan. 28

at Pacific Lutheran*

Tacoma, WA

6 p.m.

Feb. 3

Linfield*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Feb. 4

at Pacific*

Forest Grove, OR

6 p.m.

Feb. 9

Lewis & Clark*

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Feb. 11

George Fox*#

Salem, OR

6 p.m.

Feb. 17

at Whitman*

Walla Walla, WA

6 p.m..

Feb. 18

at Whitworth*

Spokane, WA

6 p.m.

12 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m.

* Northwest Conference game # Senior Day

department of athletics willamette.edu/athletics

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