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A glimpse of what’s in store for the upcoming season in Morgantown.

62 THE BIG EAST

The BIG EAST Conference, the nation’s finest basketball league.

75 2010-11 OPPONENTS

A brief glance at the 2010-11 Mountaineer basketball opponents.

159 WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY

A look at West Virginia’s flagship institution.

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The 2010-11 West Virginia University Women’s Basketball Guide has been published by the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Managing Editor: Joe Swan Editor: Tim Goodenow Authors: Phil Caskey and Katie Kane Contributors: Lisa Ammons, Tiffany Doolittle, Grant Dovey, Michael Fragale, Cheryl Maust, Shannon McNamara, Bryan Messerly, Mike Montoro, Amy Prunty, Kelly Tuckwiller, Daniel Whitehead Design: BlaineTurner Advertising, Inc., Morgantown, W.Va. Front cover (clockwise starting in upper left corner): Seniors Sarah Miles, Liz Repella, Korinne Campbell, Vanessa House, and Madina Ali; along the bottom (left to right): Korinne Campbell, Vanessa House, team huddle, Sarah Miles and Liz Repella with Madina Ali. Photography: All-Pro Photography by Dale Sparks, Bob Beverly, John Bright, Allen Einstein/NBAE, M.G. Ellis, Dan Friend, Jeff Geissler, Tim Goodenow, Mike Hardy, Brian Persinger, Martin Valent, WVU Athletic Archives, WVU Photographic Services, Brent Kepner, Allison Toffle, Dave Yoblick, David Zicherman Printing: Champion Industries/Chapman Printing Company © 2010 West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics The indicia depicted are registered trademarks of West Virginia University.

Head Coach Mike Carey..................................... 26 Associate Head Coach George Porcha................. 32 Assistant Coach Jill Pizzotti............................... 33 Assistant Coach M.L. Willis............................... 34 Support Staff.................................................... 35

2009-10 Roster................................................. 40 Photo Roster.................................................... 41 Profiles............................................................. 42 Captains........................................................... 58

MOUNTAINEER PROFILES......... 39

SEASON OUTLOOK.....................59 Preseason Notebook......................................... 60 2009-10 Schedule............................................. 61

THE BIG EAST...........................62

The BIG EAST.................................................... 63 A System of Success.......................................... 64 2009-10 Conference Honors............................. 65 BIG EAST Staff................................................. 65 2009-10 BIG EAST Statistics............................. 66 2009-10 BIG EAST Individual Highs.................. 67 2009-10 All-Games Statistics........................... 71 2009-10 BIG EAST Standings............................ 72 2009-10 All-Games Standings.......................... 72

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Loyola, Duquesne, Delaware State, TCU............. 76 Virginia, Iowa State, Elon, High Point................ 77 Villanova, Prairie View A&M, St. Francis, North Carolina Central...................................... 78 St. Bonaventure, Central Connecticut State, Seton Hall, Cincinnati....................................... 79 Marquette, Syracuse, Marshall, USF................... 80 Georgetown, DePaul, Providence, Pitt............... 81 Connecticut, Louisville, Notre Dame, Rutgers, St. John’s............................................. 82 Scores vs. 2010-11 Opponents......................... 83

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY....159

West Virginia University.................................. 160 WVU: A Brief Profile........................................ 162 Morgantown.................................................. 164 Mountaineer Athletic Club.............................. 166 President James P. Clements........................... 167 Director of Athletics Oliver Luck...................... 168 WVU Intercollegiate Athletics......................... 169 Mountaineer Excellence.................................. 170 WVU Sports Communications.......................... 172

MEDIA INFORMATION.............173

Media Information.......................................... 174 2010-11 Radio Schedule................................. 175 MSNsportsNET.com......................................... 176 WVU Sports Communications.......................... 176

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF PROFILES

59 SEASON OUTLOOK

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OUTLOOK

Everything you need to know about your favorite Mountaineer players.

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OPPONENT INFO

Head coach Mike Carey enters his ninth season in charge of the WVU women’s basketball team.

NCAA & WNIT Postseason Success........................ 2 2007 Australian Summer Tour............................. 4 A Commitment to Excellence............................... 6 Sanni Meets Obama............................................ 8 What They’re Saying About WVU......................... 9 Facilities........................................................... 10 Playing The Best............................................... 14 WNBA.............................................................. 16 Strength and Conditioning................................ 18 Academics........................................................ 20 Mountaineers in the Community....................... 24

2009-10 SEASON REVIEW..........85

2009-10 Season Review................................... 86 2009-10 Team Statistics................................... 90 Statistical Totals............................................... 85 Points-Rebounds-Assists................................... 91 Game-By-Game Results................................... 91 Game-By-Game Starters................................... 92 Season Highs and Lows..................................... 93 Player Highs.................................................... 94

THE RECORD BOOK....................95 History of WVU Women’s Basketball.................. 96 Kittie Blakemore............................................... 97 Individual Records.......................................... 100 20-Point Games.............................................. 101

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Top Scorers..................................................... 102 Single Game Leaders...................................... 103 Freshman Game Records................................. 106 Sophomore Game Records.............................. 108 Junior Game Records...................................... 110 Senior Game Records...................................... 112 Single Season Leaders.................................... 114 Freshman Season Leaders............................... 116 Sophomore Season Leaders............................. 118 Junior Season Leaders..................................... 120 Senior Season Leaders.................................... 122 Career Leaders................................................ 124 Team Records................................................. 127 Winning Streaks............................................. 127 Single Season Team Records............................ 128 Postseason appearances................................. 129 Single Game Team Records.............................. 130 Single Game opponent Records....................... 132 Coliseum Single Game Leaders........................ 134 Coliseum Single Game opponent Leaders........ 136 Coliseum Results............................................ 138 The Last Time................................................. 138 BIG EAST Tournament Records......................... 139 Series Records................................................ 140 Year-By-Year Records...................................... 141 Largest Crowds............................................... 141 All-Time Scorers.............................................. 142 Seasonal Leaders............................................ 148 Individual honors........................................... 150 All-Time Teams............................................... 152 Overtime Games............................................. 153 100-Point Games............................................ 153 In the AP Rankings......................................... 154 Victories Over AP Ranked Teams...................... 154 WVU vs. Division I Conferences........................ 155 Rosemary Kosiorek......................................... 156 Cathy Parson.................................................. 156 Georgeann Wells............................................. 156 All-Time Uniform Numbers............................. 157 Letterwinners................................................. 157

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Associate Sports Information Director:....... Katie Kane e-mail............................... Katie.Kane@mail.wvu.edu Office:................................................ (304) 293-2821

Fax:.................................................... (304) 293-4105 Press Row:.......................................... (304) 293-2821 Web:.................................. www.MSNsportsNET.com

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Postseason SUCCESS

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The Mike Carey era has brought unprecedented postseason success to the West Virginia University women’s basketball program. In the last seven years the Mountaineers have advanced to four NCAA Tournaments (2004, 2007, 2008, 2010) with two postseason WNIT appearances (2005, 2009).

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WVU’s consecutive NCAA second round appearances in 2007 and 2008 marked the first time in school history the Mountaineers had advanced to backto-back NCAA tournaments.

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WVU reeled off four-straight wins, its longest postseason win streak, to advance to the 2005 WNIT championship game.

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WVU’s four-straight postseason appearances (2007-10) are a school record.

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In 2006, while it didn’t qualify for postseason play, the Mountaineers stunned the women’s college basketball world by advancing to the BIG EAST championship game as the No. 12 seed with just eight healthy players.

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2008 NCAA Tournament

WVU advanced to the NCAA tournament’s second round for the third time in four years in 2010. It marked the fourth NCAA tournament appearance under Mike Carey.

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WVU, seeded No. 3, defeated No. 14 Lamar, 58-53.

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WVU, seeded No. 5, defeated No. 12 and host New Mexico, 61-60, in Albuquerque, N.M., in front of 9,633 partisan fans at The Pit.

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WVU advanced to the NCAA tournament’s second round, its second-straight appearance in the tournament and third time under Mike Carey.

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Australian SUMMER TOUR

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Billed as the trip of a lifetime, the West Virginia University women’s basketball team traveled to Australia for a two-week summer tour, Aug. 5-17, 2007. That billing far exceeded the travel party’s expectations. Taking advantage of an NCAA rule that lets programs travel overseas as part of a foreign tour every four years, the Mountaineers headed to the world’s smallest continent for a five-game summer exhibition tour that brought the squad to Sydney and Cairns, Australia. After a 21-hour flight that included three legs and a 13 and a half hour non-stop flight, the Mountaineers arrived in Sydney Aug. 7, 2007, and immediately began touring the most populous city in Australia. In Sydney, a city of about four million and located in the territory of New South Wales, WVU toured Bondi Beach, the Sydney Zoo and Aquarium, the Sydney Opera House District, Darling Harbor, Sydney Harbor and Manley Beach areas. The team also got in some excellent shopping and had the opportunity to view the city, which hosted the 2000 Olympic Summer Games, via the AMP tower, the tallest building in Sydney.

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dons the Old Gold and Blue. “It was fun, lots of fun,” now-graduated senior forward Chakhia Cole said. “It was a great experience that everyone should do. Snorkeling, shopping and just hanging out together as a team were some of my highlights. When I look back on it I’ll be excited. Those are memories not many people have. Who can say she traveled across the world with her college team? We got to understand each other as teammates outside of basketball since we were around each other so much.”

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While there, WVU played New South Wales Institute of Sport, Manley Warringah and the ABA Select defeating all three squads 54-49, 78-50 and 80-53, respectively. From Sydney WVU flew to Cairns, located in the territory of Queensland, that boasts a population of about 100,000. The Mountaineers got to snorkel at the worldrenowned Great Barrier Reef, visit the Cairns Tropical Zoo and attend a dinner-theatre with the Tjapukai dancers, one of the region’s oldest Aboriginal tribes. At the Great Barrier Reef, the team snorkeled two different, beautiful locations that included seeing some of the most brilliant and beautiful colors in the world. Team members also had the opportunity to pet and swim with friendly sea turtles. “Being in Cairns and getting the opportunity to snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef was one of the best experiences of my life,” then-senior center Olayinka Sanni said. “I would love to have the opportunity to go do that again.”

WVU completed its competition portion of the trip while in Cairns as well, knocking off the Cairns Dolphins 98-50 and Cairns B 95-41. While WVU won all five of its contests by a margin of 34.4 points, soundly defeating four of those five opponents by 30 or more points, the true purpose of the trip was to reward WVU’s largest rising senior class in program history. The trip proved to be the cultural and ethnical interaction and experience that will most be remembered far after every player that made the trip no longer

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A Commitment TO EXCELLENCE Since becoming head coach 10 seasons ago, Mike Carey has effectively installed his blueprint for building a successful women’s basketball program at West Virginia University. That plan has paid immediate dividends in the last seven seasons as WVU has reached the NCAA tournament four times (2004, 2007, 2008, 2010), the WNIT finals (2005), the WNIT second round (2009) and the BIG EAST championship game (2006, 2010) in that span. For the first time in school history, and under Carey’s direction, the Mountaineers have tallied five 21win seasons in the last seven years, including a school-record 29 wins in 2009-10. WVU is also an impressive 102-30 (.777) in nine seasons against nonconference foes. Last year, WVU exceeded all expectations by posting the best season in school history with a 29-6 mark, a second-place finish in the BIG EAST regular season, with a 13-3 record, and postseason championship, and was ranked as high as No. 7 in both major polls, marking the highest rankings in school history.

Two years ago, the Mountaineers advanced to the second round of the WNIT despite a rash of injuries that reduced WVU to just eight healthy bodies. Along the way, WVU defeated national runner-up and No. 5 Louisville on the Cardinals’ home court. Three years ago WVU advanced to the NCAA tournament second round for the second-consecutive season and was ranked in the nation’s Top 20 all year for the first time in school history. The largest senior class in school history (7)

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A positive attitude is a must in the Mountaineer program. Whether it be in the classroom, weight room or on the court for practice and games, a positive attitude will lead to physical and mental toughness. Lastly, possessing a first-rate work ethic leads to building a championship attitude. That ethic comes not only during a game, but in the weight and class rooms. And by maintaining that effort, student-athletes will then gain the confidence needed to be the best they can be.

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defeating three NCAA tournament teams along the way, including No. 1 seed Rutgers in the BIG EAST semifinals. The Scarlet Knights were ranked sixth nationally, making the victory the then-highest ranked opponent WVU had ever defeated in program history. By buying into Carey’s system - a program revolving around commitment, attitude and work ethic - student-athletes will not only perform to their utmost potential, but they also will leave the WVU women’s basketball program as well-rounded individuals. Beginning with a commitment to the program, a student-athlete is asked to have discipline on and off the court and have a willingness to make a sacrifice for the betterment of the team, whether it’s under the lights of the WVU Coliseum or in the classroom. Carey believes this dedication needs to be a year-round habit, not just a seasonal duty, that will lead to improved team play and a successful college experience.

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guided WVU to victories over three nationally ranked teams, including a home victory over 2007 national runner-up Rutgers (ranked No. 4). WVU also boasted a 12-4 record in the BIG EAST, its then best finish in league play since joining in 1995-96. Four years ago WVU advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament and just missed advancing to the Sweet 16 after narrowly falling to national power LSU, 49-43. WVU also posted its then-best finish in BIG EAST play with an 11-5 record, good for fourth in the league – then WVU’s highest-ever finish in the BIG EAST. Five years ago, WVU reached the BIG EAST championship game as the No. 12 seed,

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OBAMA

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Former Mountaineer Olayinka Sanni won the 2008 WNBA Championship in her rookie season with the Detroit Shock. And when the team was honored for its achievements, Sanni and her Shock teammates celebrated the win with none other than President Barack Obama at the White House.

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“They’ve got some very good players and they’ve got everybody back. That team, West Virginia has a chance to go very deep in the NCAA tournament. And next year with everybody back and the transfers that they’ve got, they can be a Final Four team.” – USF coach Jose Fernandez

“It’s another tough Big East opponent. It’s going to be a tough game. They’re No. 8 in the country for a reason.” -Georgetown head coach Terri Williams- “West Virginia is a strong program. They’re Flournoy very talented. They’re going to go hard on both ends of the floor.” - EKU coach Chrissy Roberts

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“West Virginia is by far the best basketball team we will play all year. Mike does a great job with them. They are physical, and tremendously fundamental. There’s nothing that they don’t do exceptionally well. “West Virginia’s the best team we have played or will play. West Virginia’s a top-10 basketball team. There’s no doubt about it.’’ -- Marshall coach Royce Chadwick. “Mike’s done a great job and has his kids playing outstanding basketball. It would be a great win for us.” -Seton Hall head coach Phyllis Mangina

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“They are well coached. He does a tremendous job with them to get them to play really hard. They will be physical, they will be tough, they will run, and they will be ready to go. They have an outstanding program. He does a tremendous job.” - St. Johns head coach Kim Barnes Arico

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“You got something special in Morgantown. You’ve got something cooking here, enjoy it.” - DePaul coach Doug Bruno.

“Their defense is unbelievably good. We used to talk about the days of Rutgers defense, how hard it was to rip through them, how they were in your face and made you start far back. Well, that’s how it is with West Virginia.” – Marquette coach Terri Mitchell

“They’re well coached. He does a really good job with them in their shot selection and spacing, which makes them a difficult to team guard. Having any success (against WVU) would be a great compliment to us and our program.” - Fresno Stat. head coach Adrian Wiggins

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“I thought West Virginia was, I thought by far the toughest team we’ve played, physically anyway. They worked harder than any other team we played and they were tougher for us than any opponent that we’ve played so far this year. And for us, it wasn’t where we just roll out there and blow them out. It was going to be a grind, and we knew that going in.” Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma

“It’s not like they just all of sudden got good. And with this many young players and they do a great job recruiting and he’s as good a coach as we have in our league, and better than most. And if you ask me right now who the Coach of the Year is (in the Big East) I would tell you `Mike Carey.’ I don’t know anybody more competitive. I wouldn’t be surprised next year if they’re a preseason Top 10 team.’’ -- Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma, 2-2-10

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“What Mike Carey has done, putting this team in the Top 10, is nothing short of incredible. Obviously, they have the right disposition and they believe in each other. Coach Carey should be given all the credit, he and his staff. It’s not like there’s a bunch of All-Americans there.” - Rutgers coach C.Vivian Stringer

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West Virginia student-athletes take pride in knowing that they compete in one of the finest athletic facilities, the WVU Coliseum. In particular, the WVU women’s basketball team is housed in some of the nation’s superb accommodations on a daily basis.

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One of the BIG EAST conference’s finest basketball arenas, the WVU Coliseum seats 14,000 and provides an electric atmosphere for women’s college basketball. Built in 1969 at a cost of $10.4 million and open for competition in 1970, the WVU Coliseum also serves as home to the WVU School of Physical Education and much of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. It is also the site of competition for men’s basketball, gymnastics, wrestling and volleyball. Four other sports use the facility as their training and equipment headquarters as well. The domed arena has been the home of the WVU women’s basketball team for more than a quarter century, but its many uses include commencement, concerts, conferences, floor shows and a host of educational and athletic events. Most recently the WVU Coliseum received a contemporary upgrade which included renovations to the men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, construction of a players’ lounge and team video theater, expansion of the strength and conditioning center and training and equipment rooms as well as construction of a club seating area in the main arena, complete with private space for concessions, hospitality areas and rest rooms under the lower level seats. A new scoreboard, sound system, arena lighting and floor design were the latest improvements to the facility.

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BASKETBALL OFFICES

Encompassing a reception area, film and team meeting room and offices for Coach Mike Carey and his staff, the newly modernized women’s basketball offices provide a cozy atmosphere for both players and coaches.

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the court, in the classroom, and on the recruiting trail. This facility will continue the storied Mountaineer basketball tradition in which all members of the Mountaineer family can be proud.

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In recent years, both men’s and women’s basketball have experienced an unprecedented level of success both on and off the court. The next step in maintaining that success and reaching new heights, all the while honoring

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The WVU Coliseum sound system is so intricate that four lectures can be heard simultaneously without conflict; in fact, classes are often held while 14,000 cheering fans are watching a basketball game.

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past achievement and tradition, lies in the construction of a Basketball Practice Facility. Utilized by the Mountaineer men’s and women’s programs, this state-of-the-art facility will help showcase Mountaineer basketball and provide the necessary practice, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, team meeting, video, equipment, and locker room facilities all necessary to compete at the highest levels. This one-of-a-kind structure will provide Mountaineer teams with 24-hour facility access and eliminate the time scheduling battle currently associated with the WVU Coliseum. This practice facility will enable WVU Intercollegiate Athletics and Mountaineer basketball to continue to be recognized as one of the top programs on both the conference and national level. This facility is imperative to Mountaineer success on

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The WVU Coliseum floor is an Actioncush Floating Panel hardwood floor that enhances the potential performance of the Mountaineers in one of the premier basketball buildings anywhere.

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LOCKER ROOM

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Decorated in Old Gold and Blue, wall-to-wall carpet covers the Mountaineer locker room while color pictures adorn each player’s oak locker area. Attached to the locker room is a newly constructed player’s lounge complete with computer study centers, leather couches and flat screen televisions.

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EQUIPMENT ROOM

Located just down the hall from the locker rooms the equipment room has a full complement of uniform and equipment necessities.

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Press row provides 50 seats for members of the media on the concourse level at the Blue Gate. Four television platforms and several radio locations are also strategically situated at different positions around the arena.

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Just off the WVU Coliseum court, the weight room houses a full range of Hammer Strength and Bodymaster equipment. The 1,600-squarefoot room also holds Stairmasters and other machines for aerobic and cardiovascular training. The WVU Coliseum weight center gives Mountaineer cagers a complete and convenient location for this important area of training.

At the WVU Coliseum, fan comfort is the utmost priority. Once inside the gates, visitors have access to ticket windows, numerous concession areas, water fountains, rest rooms and first aid facilities. All 14,000 blue theater-type seats in the main arena allow for comfortable viewing of any event. The ribbed, rafter-less roof and modern architectural design give a clear, unobstructed view of the playing floor from every seat. When WVU women’s basketball fans fill the Coliseum it becomes an arena unsurpassed in enthusiasm and electricity. The Mountaineers respond to this great home court by making it a very unwelcome place for visitors. WVU is known for its athletic facilities, first made with the construction of the Coliseum in 1970 and strengthened since in a wide array of structures that meet the demand of a thriving major college program. Extensively used by the University and Morgantown community, the WVU Coliseum is one of the centerpieces of the outstanding athletic facilities that are now such an important part of the WVU athletic department.

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A fully equipped training room features a wide range of machines, training tables and a whirlpool for injury prevention and treatment.

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LIFE IN THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE

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Since West Virginia University joined the BIG EAST in 1995, Mountaineer players, coaches and fans alike have come to expect nothing but the best competition night-in and night-out in the tradition-rich and talent-laden conference. When WVU faces any of its 15 conference foes, Mountaineer players know they are in for a 40-minute battle with some of the nation’s best teams and finest student-athletes. Players coming into the Mountaineer program can expect to compete against some of the best athletes in the country, in some of the country’s best facilities. It’s very easy to see why the BIG EAST has been one of the NCAA’s best conferences in the last decade.

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- Connecticut’s Rebecca Lobo (1996), Kara Wolters (2000), Swin Cash (2004), Sue Bird (2004, 2008) Diana Taurasi (2004, 2008) and Rutgers’ Cappie Pondexter (2008) have won gold medals as members of the United States Olympic Team. - Five current coaches have been named national coach of the year. - Seven BIG EAST coaches have at least 400 career coaching victories.

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- A league-record eight teams competed in the NCAA tournament in 2004, 2007 and 2008, more than any other conference.

- Seven former BIG EAST players have won a combined seven WNBA championships, including former Mountaineer Olayinka Sanni, who won a championship with the Detroit Shock during her rookie season in 2008. Connecticut’s Jen Rizzotti won two championships with the Houston Comets in 1998 and 1999. The Huskies’ Kara Wolters won a championship with the Los Angeles Sparks in 2000. The Huskies’ Swin Cash and Notre Dame’s Ruth Riley captured the league’s crown three seasons ago with the Detroit Shock while UConn’s Sue Bird hoisted the league’s title four years ago with Seattle. Rutgers’ Chelsea Newton and Georgetown’s Rebekkah Brunson won the league’s title five seasons ago while Rutgers’ Cappie Pondexter and Connecticut’s Diana Taurasi won the title with Phoenix two years ago.

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- Fifty-six BIG EAST teams have garnered NCAA tournament berths in the last eight seasons.

- A record 11 BIG EAST players were drafted by the WNBA in 2001 while four Connecticut players were taken in the first six picks of the 2003 draft.

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- Connecticut claimed its seventh NCAA championship in 2010.

- Sixty-two BIG EAST players have been drafted by the WNBA.

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- The BIG EAST claimed five consecutive NCAA Championships from 2000 to 2004, unsurpassed by no other conference in the country (Connecticut, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004; Notre Dame, 2001).

- The conference has produced 63 All-Americans since 1994-95.

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- Seven teams reached the 20-win plateau in 2010, tying for the most by any conference in America.

- Ten national players of the year have been produced by the league.

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- The BIG EAST is the nation’s largest conference with 16 teams.

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“Our coaching staff is committed in helping develop our studentathletes both on and off the court as they advance their careers here at West Virginia University. Should the professional ranks come calling for any of our players, there is no doubt in my mind they’ll be prepared for the next level because of the foundation they have built while being a Mountaineer.”

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Center Yelena Leuchanka played three seasons in the WNBA with three different franchises as a free agent: the Charlotte Sting in 2006, the Washington Mystics in 2007 and the Atlanta Dream in 2010.

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All-America center Olayinka Sanni won the WNBA Championship with the Detroit Shock in her rookie season in 2008. Sanni was taken in the second round of the draft and played a key role in the Shock’s run to the championship.

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All-America point guard Yolanda Paige was taken in the second round of the 2005 WNBA draft by Indiana and played two seasons with the Fever.

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Kate Bulger was drafted by the Minnesota Lynx in the third round in 2004.

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WVU is rapidly gaining a reputation for sending its own players on to the WNBA. Since 2004, four former Mountaineers have had links to the professional woman’s basketball league.

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Strength and CONDITIONING Athletic excellence and strength and conditioning go hand-in-hand at West Virginia University. Long regarded as one of the nation’s finest strength programs, the strength and conditioning coaches at WVU ensure that all student-athletes are kept at the peak of their total fitness capabilities. To keep athletes in tip-top condition, West Virginia offers a variety of training areas and a vast array of strength programs. Equipped with excellent amenities and staffed by some of the finest strength coaches in the nation, athletes who come to West Virginia know that they are in good hands when it comes to fitness. Strength and Conditioning Mission Statement: To provide athletes with the knowledge, extrinsic motivation, discipline and training to reach their physical potential. Student-athletes are offered the opportunity to train in some of the nation’s best facilities and with one of the nation’s best staffs. Physical development and dominance have been and continue to be traits that are equated with WVU. The WVU strength and conditioning staff is committed to enabling athletes to achieve excellence.

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The WVU strength and conditioning staff is dedicated to developing the athlete and more specifically the person. Their primary goals are to improve athletic performance, injury prevention, promote self image and develop mental toughness. Athletes are trained in areas of speed, agility, quickness, explosive training, Olympic weightlifting, conventional weightlifting, band training, injury prevention movements, plyometrics, core, balance, functional training, bioenergetics related to individual sport, nutrition, flexibility, medicine ball training, proprioception, Swiss ball training and various other practices. Through the use of these tactics the focus is on speed, agility, strength, power, force, acceleration, deceleration, mobility, top speed, explosiveness, reaction, conditioning, balance, core stability, confidence, mental toughness, good nutrition habits, kinesthetic awareness and balance. It is the belief of the strength staff that providing an all-encompassing, sport specific, individualized program will enable athletes to reach their physical potential. With positive reinforcement and a structured, disciplined atmosphere, athletes will elicit confidence and mental strength to ensure success in all of life’s endeavors.

BASKETBALL’S PRIMARY TRAINING CONCENTRATIONS

The main training area focuses for the women’s basketball team are anaerobic conditioning, upper and lower body power, agility and quickness, total body explosiveness, neural recruitment, speed, vertical jump and balance.

WEIGHT LIFTING

The lifting portion of the basketball routine is used to improve overall power and explosion with an emphasis on explosive training, acceleration, top speed, vertical jump, coordination and agility. This is accomplished through cycled periodization of Olympic lifts, conventional weight lifting techniques, plyometrics, agility and speed work and proper nutrition along with intense conditioning.

BEING FLEXIBLE

Good flexibility helps to improve speed, agility and reduces the risk of injury. Each workout is preceded with a dynamic flexibility routine with regular stretching and followed by a post-flexibility routine at the end of every workout.

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Rigorous conditioning is designed to elicit changes in the body’s daily workout with the emphasis on anaerobic conditioning along with a solid aerobic base.

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Accomplishing those conditioning requirements occurs in several weight rooms on campus. Housing almost 15 tons of total weight, the Mountaineer weight room is located in the Puskar Center at Mountaineer Field. The

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For basketball players, the abdominal and low back regions are the units that tie the upper and lower extremities’ power together. In order to have excellent maneuverability and transfer of power, an athlete must have superior balance and strength in this core region.

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22,000-square foot weight room features a three-lane track for conditioning and 40 times, one of only two collegiate weight rooms to have such a track. Seven power platforms and 40 pieces of Hammer Strength weight equipment make the facility the envy of all opponents. Mountaineer women’s basketball players utilize the new state-of-the-art weight room located adjacent to the court at the WVU Coliseum. Housing state of the art free weights and machines and conveniently located to the new training room, the Mountaineers have the best when it comes to working out.

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Each athlete is educated on correct dietary habits and essential vitamins and minerals necessary to be an elite athlete. The athletes have the opportunity to meet with nutritionists, go on guided grocery store tours and receive diets designed specifically for them by our dietician.

Training of the core region occurs daily using balance balls, medicine balls and other basketball specific drills.

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“Individual and team goals start with strength and conditioning. Our strength staff is second-to-none and I’d put it up against any in the country. The best interest of the student-athlete is always taken into consideration. The foundation for success for our student-athletes begins with strength and conditioning.”

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• 8,000-square foot facility providing individual and group study areas • State-of-the-art computer labs • Provides a quiet atmosphere and is open six days a week • The latest in fingerprint technology used when signing in • Center can be utilized around the studentathlete’s schedule • Center cost $1.3 million and opened in October of 2007. • Facility gift was provided by former Mountaineer great Jerry West and his wife Karen and the Robbins family.

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The WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is committed to the promotion of the academic achievement of student-athletes as well as their athletic accomplishment and their personal and career development. In support of this position, West Virginia University offers a variety of services and programs to help student-athletes maximize their academic potential. Department staff members work with coaches, on campus student service providers and faculty to help student-athletes meet the unique demands of the classroom, the sporting arena and the personal-social challenges they face as developing adults. While many of the headlines center on the Mountaineers’ accomplishments on the playing field, West Virginia athletes have also made some noteworthy strides in the classroom. Some of those strides include a string of

seven consecutive years where the department has had at least one first team Academic All-American and a total of 872 different student-athletes earning a 3.0 GPA during the 2008 and 2009 academic years. To help its student athletes achieve academic success, one of the nation’s finest facilities resides in the WVU Coliseum – The Athletic Academic Performance Center.

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institution such as West Virginia to recognize the special needs required for a modern studentathlete’s success both as an athletic competitor on the field of play and in the classroom.” – Garrett Ford, Associate Athletic Director for Student Services “This year will mark the third academic year of use for the CAPC. We anticipate a steady flow of student-athletes utilizing the center to prepare for class, complete assignments and meet with their tutors and mentors. The addition of this technologically-advanced center will certainly help WVU student-athletes meet their academic goals in an environment conducive to scholarship.” – Paul Downey, Educational Counselor

WVU’S ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES PROVIDES

• Team educational counselors • Tutoring and mentoring services • Priority registration for student-athletes • Post-eligibility assistance

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• Experienced educators from the local community serve as mentors for studentathletes who need additional guidance with adjusting to the academic rigors of the college environment. • Mentors help incoming student-athletes

West Virginia University received unconditional recertification in April 2010 from the NCAA Division I Committee on Athletics Certification, recognizing that the University’s athletic program is in “substantial conformity with operating principles” adopted by Division I schools. The purpose of athletics certification is to ensure integrity in the institution’s athletics program and to assist institutions in improving their athletics departments, the NCAA said. WVU was one of the first schools to volunteer for the NCAA’s pilot certification program in 1991, and was one of five schools originally certified. WVU’s program was recertified by the NCAA in 1996 and then again in 2001. The most recent round of recertification began in 2008 with a self-study of governance and commitment to rules compliance, academic integrity, as well as gender and diversity and student-athlete well-being. The Division I Committee on Athletics Certification

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• Over 75 tutors provide student-athletes with assistance in their classes. • Upperclassmen, graduate students and community members serve as tutors in their area of specialty. • Tutoring services are provided for all studentathletes regardless of scholarship status.

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In another program, former Mountaineer athletes are returning to school to complete work on their degrees, some after as many as 10 years away from Morgantown. But for those who don’t graduate with their class, there’s still hope. A continuing-eligibility program was created in 1989 to give those student-athletes who are close to graduating an opportunity to come back to school to complete their degrees. Since its creation, dozens of students have participated, with a success rate of better than 80 percent. More than 25 student-athletes from all sports participated in the post-eligibility program last year. In 1992, under the direction of associate Ford, WVU joined the growing list of schools that are a part of an NCAA-sponsored consortium. Similar to the post-eligibility program in providing former student-athletes a chance to continue work toward their degrees, the closely screened consortium requires participants to be more involved in community-related activities. The consortium students are often much older

athletes, who left the University to pursue professional sports or business careers, but now wish to return to complete their degrees.

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improve accountability through time management, study skills and organizational skills related to their classes.

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Hansleman and Donnie Tucker, makes sure that every student-athlete has the best possible opportunity to obtain a college degree. This process begins as soon as a recruit signs a letterof-intent to play for the Mountaineers. “We know everything about incoming freshmen academically before they arrive in the fall,” said Ford. “We know which students are ahead of others and which will require more assistance.” Besides keeping in touch with freshmen, incoming student-athletes are encouraged to attend orientation sessions offered for all West Virginia University students during the summer prior to their arrival on campus. This is where new students can learn more about the Morgantown campus and, most importantly, register for classes. During the second week of classes, freshmen are enrolled in mandatory study halls, monitored by Ford and his staff. Those who do well during the first year are sometimes given the option of attending study hall, but if their GPA drops below a certain mark, they must return to the mandatory sessions. During the semester, department officials keep a careful record of each athlete’s academic progress. Class and study hall attendance are checked regularly, periodic grade reports are obtained from instructors, and parents, coaches and players are kept up-to-date on their academic progress. During priority registration, all studentathletes, from incoming freshmen to graduating seniors, get advice in scheduling the courses to keep them on track in their degree programs. These measures are succeeding in a noticeable way. Last year, 445 student-athletes earned a place on the Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll with at least a 3.0 grade-point average.

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preliminarily reviews an institution’s certification materials and provides a list of issues identified during the evaluation. The university then hosts a visit by peer reviewers who file a report regarding the institution’s resolution of those issues before a final certification decision is rendered. An institution’s failure to satisfactorily respond to the committee may negatively affect certification status. All 335 active Division I members participate in the certification process.

GRADUATION RATES

West Virginia University’s graduation rate for student-athletes has been impressive, to say the least, over the past seven years. The ratio of student-athletes graduating to the general student body has increased almost every year. The graduation rate for student-athletes is based upon the number of students who entered the University receiving athletic scholarship aid in a given academic year, and their progress over six years. The most recent figures are based upon the progress of studentathletes who entered WVU during 2002-03.

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The West Virginia University women’s soccer team, men’s basketball team and women’s cross country team received public recognition in the spring of 2010 by the NCAA for their latest multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. These teams posted multiyear APRs in the top 10 percent of all squads in each sport. Each year, the NCAA honors selected Division I sports teams by publicly recognizing their latest multiyear APR.

The APR provides a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester by tracking the academic progress of each student-athlete on scholarship. The APR accounts for eligibility, retention and graduation and provides a measure of each team’s academic performance.

STUDENT ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) provides a forum for the “voice of the student-athlete” on WVU’s campus. SAAC membership provides feedback to administration about how to better WVU athletic programs. They disseminate information important to student-athletes to share with their teams. Two representatives from each varsity team at West Virginia University are either elected by their teammates or selected by the members of their coaching staff. Under the guidance of SAAC advisor Terri Howes, the SAAC meets regularly to discuss current issues and concerns of WVU’s student-athletes. SAAC leaders attend BIG EAST Conference SAAC meetings to exchange ideas with other student-athletes from BIG EAST schools regarding student-athlete’s collegiate experience.

Its Purpose The purpose of West Virginia University SAAC is: 1. To generate a student-athlete voice within WVU, the BIG EAST and NCAA structure. 2. Solicit student-athlete response to proposed WVU, BIG EAST and NCAA legislation. 3. Recommend potential WVU, BIG EAST and NCAA legislation. 4. Review, react and comment to the governance structure on legislation, activities and subjects of interest. 5. Actively participate in the administrative process of athletics programs and the NCAA. 6. Promote a positive student-athlete image.

WHAT IS SAAC?

The West Virginia University Student Athlete Advisory Committee is comprised of studentathletes assembled to provide insight on the student-athlete experience. The SAAC also offers input on the rules, regulations and policies that affect student-athletes’ lives on NCAA member institution campuses.

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COMMITMENT TO ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

The purpose of this area is to support the academic progress of student-athletes toward intellectual development and timely graduation. Services provided in this component include tutoring, academic counseling and advising, mentoring, U101 equivalent freshman orientation classes (SEP 170) and structured study sessions.

The purpose of this component is to engage interested student-athletes in service to his or her campus and surrounding communities. Activities for student-athletes within this component include peer education, guest speaking at campus and community events and mentoring local children.

COMMITMENT TO CAREER DEVELOPMENT

The purpose of this area is to encourage student-athletes to develop and pursue career and life goals in a timely manner. The CHAMPS/ Life Skills program fulfills this purpose by offering career development presentations, sport career retirement programs, transitions from college class in the spring semester (SEP 493), and by working in conjunction with the WVU Carruth Center and the WVU Career Services Center on identifying an individual’s interests, career goals, crafting resumes and facilitating job search process. For more information, contact WVUIA psychologist Dr. Ed Etzel in Room 275a in the Coliseum at (304) 293-7062 or visit GTA Michelle McAlarnen in Room 288 of the Coliseum.

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The many challenges that today’s college student-athletes face, both on and off the playing field, are unmatched in the history of higher education. Unfortunately, many students are not well prepared to face these challenges or encounter life issues that undermine health and success in college. To prepare student-athletes for the demands of college life and beyond, the NCAA developed the CHAMPS (Challenging Athletes Minds for Personal Success)/Life Skills program. In the spring of 1995, the West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics initiated its own CHAMPS/Life Skills program. WVU was one of only 170 schools selected by the NCAA to participate in their national pilot program. Five programming “commitment” areas viewed as critical to personal growth are part of WVU’s model. They are: 1) academic excellence, 2) personal development, 3) career development, 4) athletic excellence and 5) community service.

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The purpose of this area is to support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for student-athletes, encouraging and supporting emotional well-being, personal growth and decision making skills. CHAMPS/ Life Skills services provided within this component include personal counseling, health presentations, improving communication skills, and presentations on social development and fiscal responsibility. A satellite office of the WVU Carruth Center for Counseling and Psychological Services and Well WVU is located in the Coliseum to support this commitment area.

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The purpose of this area is to offer athletic programs that are broad-based, equitable, and dedicated to the well-being of the studentathlete. Overall, WVUIA administration program supports and encourages a broad program of sports. CHAMPS/Life Skills acts as a performance psychology professional resource for the coaching and support staff of the athletic programs.

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Winning and hard work are important to the West Virginia women’s basketball team. But becoming successful and positive role models on and off the court is just as significant to the team. The Mountaineers give back to Morgantown and its surrounding communities every chance they get. And because of that reciprocal support, coupled with the success reached in 200910, Morgantown major Bill Byrne deemed the week of April 18, 2010, as WVU Women’s Basketball Week.

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The team also donates its time and basketball experience by hosting and teaching a free basketball clinic for local children to learn the fundamentals of basketball. Along with strengthening the youngsters’ basketball skills, the team also teaches the participants the importance of good sportsmanship, courage, determination and hard work.

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COACHES VOLUNTEER, TOO!

The WVU coaches also volunteer in the community at celebrity golf tournaments such as the Coaches Against Cancer tournament and at various speaking engagements. Whether it be on a golf course or in a hospital, the WVU women’s basketball team has not only made a commitment to winning but also to serving the community.

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The team visits sick, ill and cancer-surviving children at the WVU Children’s Hospital in Morgantown to make the day of young fans. The players take pictures, sign autographs, talk, hug and give smiles to the patients.

team presentations, partaking in strength and conditioning presentations to the area’s youth, in reading to elementary school assemblies, being Special Olympic athlete buddies and taking part in the Girl Scouts’ Adopt-A-Player program. The team also served as Grand Marshalls in the 2010 Morgantown Fourth of July parade.

Members of the team have donated time with Morgantown’s Intergenerational Walk and Adopt-A-Grandparent, an event that links the community’s elderly with today’s youth. Players can also be found assisting with youth

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Mike CAREY

HEAD COACH | 10TH YEAR

With a penchant for continuing to set new standards and taking Mountaineer women’s basketball to heights previously not-thought of, Mike Carey enters his 10th season as head coach of the West Virginia University women’s basketball team. His achievements speak volumes: a school-record 29 wins in 2009-10; the highest national rankings in program history; the most BIG EAST wins in school history; five 21-win seasons in seven years (a school record); four consecutive postseason appearances (a school record); 12 career victories over ranked opponents, including the highest-ranked team in school history and the highest ranked road team in school history; victories over two eventual national runner-ups; two BIG EAST championship game appearances; consecutive NCAA tournament appearances (2007, 2008) and four trips in seven years (2004, 2007, 2008, 2010). In nine seasons at WVU, the two-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year has posted a 179-107 (.626) record. Under his direction, WVU is 90-25 (.783) against non-conference opponents including an impressive 52-3 mark at the WVU Coliseum. For his career, Carey boasts a 467-209 (.694) record in 23 years of coaching. In 2009-10, Carey guided WVU to the best record in school history with a 29-6 mark, its best finish in BIG EAST regular season play at second place with 13 league victories, the school’s second appearance in the BIG EAST title game as the tournament’s No. 2 seed, the secondlongest win streak (16) in school history and the highest national rankings in the program’s 37-year history (No. 7 in both major polls). WVU was undefeated at home for the second time in school history, boasted the most wins ever at the WVU Coliseum (17-0) and knocked off No. 13 Georgetown and No. 22 Pitt in the process at home. He was named BIG EAST co-Coach of the Year, with Connecticut’s Geno Auriemma, and guided four players to all-BIG EAST honors: Sarah Miles (Defensive Player of the Year and second team), Liz Repella (first team), Asya Bussie (unanimous all-freshman team) and Korinne Campbell (honorable mention). Repella and Miles also garnered all-league tournament team honors. WVU advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time under Carey and advanced to the second round for the third time under his tutelage. Academically, Repella was named an ESPN The Magazine first team Academic All-American, the second player in program history to receive such an honor. In 2008-09, Carey engineered perhaps his best coaching performance as he guided the Mountaineers to an 18-15 record and a WNIT second round appearance with just eight healthy players. Along the way, the Mountaineers defeated eventual national runner-up and No. 5 Louisville, the highest-ranked road team WVU had ever defeated. WVU also defeated eventual WNIT champion USF at home. Carey guided Repella and Takisha Granberry to all-BIG EAST second team accolades and guard Miles garnered the league’s Most Improved Player of the Year award. In 2007-08, the Mountaineers reached new heights

under the Clarksburg native. WVU recorded a 25-8 record, the secondmost wins in school history, and advanced to the NCAA second round for the second-consecutive season. WVU was ranked in the nation’s Top 20 in both major polls in the season’s entirety for the first time in school history, reaching as high as No. 11 in the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ Poll. In league play, the Mountaineers compiled a 12-4 record and finished third in the nation’s toughest conference – their highest finish since joining the BIG EAST in 1995-96. Carey also notched his 400th coaching victory with WVU’s win at Rhode Island. Olayinka Sanni garnered honorable mention All-America honors and was named to the all-BIG EAST first team for the second consecutive season. Meg Bulger and LaQuita Owens garnered second team recognition. In 2006-07, Carey led WVU to a 21-11 record and advanced to the NCAA tournament’s second round. Equally impressive, WVU finished with an 11-5 mark in the BIG EAST. The Mountaineers finished fourth in the league, earning their then-highest-ever regular season finish since joining the BIG EAST in 1996 and notching a first-round championship bye. Three Mountaineers also garnered all-conference accolades en route to postseason success: Sanni (first team), Owens (second team) and Chakhia Cole (honorable mention). West Virginia reached the 2006 BIG EAST championship game for the first time in school history. Along the way, WVU, seeded No. 12, knocked off No. 5 Louisville in opening round action, No. 4 St. John’s in the quarterfinals and No. 1 Rutgers in the semifinals (ranked sixth nationally). It marked the first time in the 23-year history of the BIG EAST tournament that a 12-seed had won a game, let alone advanced to the championship contest. At the time, the win over the Scarlet Knights marked the highest ranked opponent WVU had ever defeated in program history. Junior guard Britney Davis-White and sophomore guard Cole garnered all-BIG EAST tournament team honors. WVU also knocked off No. 11 DePaul in regular season action at the WVU Coliseum. In 2004-05, WVU posted a 21-13 campaign and reached the postseason WNIT championship game. In 2003-04 the Mountaineers notched a 21-11 season, the third-most wins in school history, and reached the NCAA tournament for the first time in 12 seasons. In 2005-06, Carey guided Meg Bulger to Associated Press honorable mention All-America accolades and allBIG EAST second team recognition. In 2004-05, Carey guided guard Bulger and point guard Yolanda Paige to honorable mention All-America

honors and all-BIG EAST first and second team honors, respectively. Bulger, a unanimous first-team selection, became the first Mountaineer in school history ever named to that team. Paige, who shattered every WVU assist and minutes played record, led the nation in assists with 297 and became the first BIG EAST player taken in the 2005 WNBA draft by the Indiana Fever with the 16th overall selection. During that season Carey notched his 350th career

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Date of Birth: July 4 Hometown: Clarksburg, W.Va. Alma Mater: Salem, 1980 Year at WVU: 10th Coaching Career: West Virginia University, 2001-present, women’s head coach; Salem International/ Teikyo, 1988-2001, men’s head coach; Salem, 1987-88, assistant coach; Flemington and Clarksburg Liberty High Schools, 1980-87, men’s and women’s head coach Playing Career: Four-year letterman at Salem (77-80), 1978 WVIAC scoring champion; 1979 Salem MVP; 1979 WVIAC allTournament Team; scored more than 2,000 career points

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vs. Ohio Belmont, Nov. 15, 1988 vs. West Liberty, Jan. 17, 1992 vs. Shepherd, Jan. 26, 1994 vs. Wheeling Jesuit, Feb. 26, 1996 vs. Wheeling Jesuit, Feb. 20, 1998 vs. Charleston, Jan. 31, 2000 vs. St. John’s, Feb. 2, 2002 vs. Syracuse, Jan. 26, 2005 at Rhode Island, Nov. 24, 2007 vs. Santa Clara, Dec. 30, 2009

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During the early signing period of 2003-04 campaign, Carey inked the 17th-best recruiting class by All-Star. Prior to his arrival at WVU, Carey served as the head men’s basketball coach at Salem College (Div. II) in Salem, W.Va. Before he took the reins of the program, the Tigers posted an 8-19 mark in the 1987-88 season. The program suffered just one losing campaign during his regime. In 13 seasons, Carey’s Salem teams made seven postseason appearances (two NAIA and five NCAA Division II) and won five WVIAC championships (1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999). Three times the WVIAC tournament champion, the Tigers were twice participants in the Division II Elite Eight, ranked No. 1 in the country during two seasons and played in the Division II Final Four in 1997. A fourtime WVIAC Coach of the Year (1994, 1997-99), Carey twice was named NCAA Division II East Region coach of the year (1997, 1999). In his last season before coming to Morgantown, Carey’s Tigers were 26-7, ranked as high as No. 4 nationally and advanced to the NCAA East Region finals. Carey’s career record at Salem was 288-102; his record during the last five years of his tenure was 138-20. He had also served as director of athletics at Salem since 1989. Before going to Salem as an assistant coach in 1987, Carey coached for seven years in the West Virginia high school ranks, serving as girls’ basketball coach at Flemington and Clarksburg Liberty High Schools. In 1986, he was Harrison County and Big 10 Coach of the Year, as Liberty advanced to the regional finals. As boys’ coach in 1987, he led Liberty to conference, county and sectional titles. Carey was a four-year basketball letterman at Salem, earning WVIAC Freshman of the Year (1977), WVIAC scoring champion (1978) and Salem MVP and WVIAC all-tournament team (1979) honors while scoring more than 2,000 career points. He was a 1993 inductee into the Salem Athletic Hall of Fame. A native of Clarksburg, W.Va., Carey is a 1980 Salem graduate with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He received his master’s degree from Salem in 1988. Carey and his wife, the former Cheryl Minnix, have four children -- Chris, Chelsy, Craig and Chelby.

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victory with an 81-50 win at home against Syracuse. Carey was named 2003-04 BIG EAST Coach of the Year, as voted by the league’s coaches, in just his third season. Under Carey’s guidance, West Virginia won six more games than it did in all of the previous seasons in the always tough BIG EAST conference, 10-6. It was the second-best league turnaround from one season to the next in BIG EAST history. Carey guided WVU to victories over two ranked teams in 2003-04 with wins over No. 19/21 Virginia Tech during the regular season and No. 23/23 Villanova in quarterfinal round action of the BIG EAST tournament. Those wins marked the first time in school history that WVU defeated two ranked teams in the same season. The victory over the Wildcats advanced WVU into the BIG EAST tournament’s semifinals for the first time in school history. Seven years ago, three Mountaineers garnered allconference recognition under Carey’s guidance: freshman Meg Bulger was named freshman of the year; sister and senior guard Kate Bulger was named to the conference’s second team; junior Paige was named to the third team and became the first Mountaineer named to the BIG EAST all-tournament team. Carey became WVU’s sixth women’s basketball coach in March, 2001, after 13 seasons as head men’s coach at Salem College. Given the task of resurrecting the women’s program, he was no stranger to rebuilding them and making a winner. So it was to no one’s surprise the magic that Carey worked with holdovers from a 5-22 campaign and only a few newcomers in his first year. He took the program one step farther the next season, in 2002-03, as he guided WVU to its first winning season since 1996-97 with a 15-13 mark and back to the BIG EAST tournament for a second consecutive season. Carey also directed Kate Bulger, Sherell Sowho and Paige to allBIG EAST honors, then the first time in school history the Mountaineers had three players receive all-conference recognition in the same season. Kate Bulger was also a third team all-BIG EAST performer in 2002-03. But his efforts didn’t stop there. Carey’s second recruiting class was ranked 16th nationally by All-Star Girl’s Report, one of the nation’s leading scouting service. His third recruiting class that consisted of Yelena Leuchanka and Meg Bulger was rated the fourth-best class in the nation for a class of two or less by All-Star.

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29 wins in 2009-10 set a school record Ranking of No. 7 in Coaches’ Poll and AP Poll in 2009-10 marked the highest in school history Best 19-game and 28 game starts in school history (18-1 and 25-3 in 2009-10) Two BIG EAST Championship game appearances (2006 and 2010), a WVU first 16-game win streak in 2009-10, second-longest in school history 17 home wins in 2009-10 set single season school record 26 regular season wins in 2009-10, school record Highest BIG EAST finish in school history, second at 13-3 in 2009-10 Three top four BIG EAST finishes in last four years Preseason Ranked in the AP (18) and USA Today/ESPN Coaches’ (22) Polls (2007-08) Ranked in Top 20 all season long for first time in school history in 2008 Consecutive NCAA tournament appearances for first time in school history (2007-08) Defeated highest ranked team in program history with 63-54 victory over No. 4 Rutgers, Jan. 29, 2008 Defeated highest ranked road team in program history with 79-70 victory over No. 5 Louisville, Feb. 7, 2009 Five 20-win seasons in seven years (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010), a school record 25 wins in 2008 was then the second-most in school history First-ever BIG EAST tournament bye after finishing 2007 with 11-5 league mark, good for fourth place WVU’s 11 BIG EAST wins marked a seven game improvement from 2006 to 2007, the second-best turnaround in league history Became first No. 12 seed in 24-year history of BIG EAST women’s basketball to win a game, let alone advance all the way to the championship (2006) Has won more postseason BIG EAST games than any other coach in WVU history Postseason WNIT title game appearance (2005), a WVU first Longest postseason winning streak in school history (four, 2005 WNIT) Four NCAA tournament appearances (2004, 2007, 2008, 2010) in nine seasons 20 regular season wins in 2006-07 were the most since 1992 (25). 12 career victories over ranked opponents: vs. No. 13 Georgetown and No. 22 Pitt, 2009-10; at No. 5 Louisville, 2008-09; vs. No. 4 Rutgers, No. 14 Notre Dame and No. 18 Pitt in 2007-08; at No. 20 Louisville and at No. 24 DePaul, 2006-07; vs. No. 6 Rutgers in BIG EAST semifinals and versus No. 11 DePaul, 2005-06; vs. No. 19 Virginia Tech and No. 23 Villanova, 2004.

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BIG EAST Sportsmanship Award Meg Bulger, 2008 BIG EAST Freshman of the Year Meg Bulger, 2004 All-BIG EAST First Team (4) Liz Repella, 2010 Olayinka Sanni, 2007, 2008 Meg Bulger, 2005 (unanimous selection) All-BIG EAST Second Team (10) Sarah Miles, 2010 Takisha Granberry, 2009 Liz Repella, 2009 Meg Bulger, 2006, 2008 LaQuita Owens, 2007, 2008 Yolanda Paige, 2005 Kate Bulger, 2002, 2004 All-BIG EAST Third Team (2) Yolanda Paige, 2004 Kate Bulger, 2003 All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention (2) Korinne Campbell, 2010 Chakhia Cole, 2007 All-BIG EAST Rookie/Freshman Team (4) Asya Bussie, 2010 (unanimous selection) Meg Bulger, 2004 Sherell Sowho, 2002 Yolanda Paige, 2002

CAREER COACHES’ RECORDS Coach Kittie Blakemore Scott Harrelson Bill Fiske Susan Walvius Alexis Basil Mike Carey

Seasons 1974‑92 1987‑94 1984‑86 1995-97 1997-01 2001-10

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Record 301-214 142-118 44‑37 31-27 33-77 176-107

Pct. .584 .546 .543 .535 .300 .622

BIG EAST all-Tournament Team (5) Liz Repella, 2010 Sarah Miles, 2010 Chakhia Cole, 2006 Britney Davis-White, 2006 Yolanda Paige, 2004

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Kate Bulger (2001-04) Drafted by Minnesota Lynx

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BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award Liz Repella, 2009

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Yolanda Paige (2002-05) Indiana Fever, 2005

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BIG EAST Most Improved Player Award Sarah Miles, 2009

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Yelena Leuchanka (2004-06) Atlanta Dream, 2010 Washington Mystics, 2007 Charlotte Sting, 2006

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BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year Sarah Miles, 2010

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Olayinka Sanni (2005-08) Detroit Shock, 2008-09

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The Carey Years AT WEST VIRGINIA 2009-10: 29-6, 13-3 BIG EAST

All-BIG EAST Selections: 7 All-American Honors: 0 NCAA Second Round With no seniors and predicted to finish ninth in the preseason BIG EAST Coaches’ Poll, the Mountaineers exceeded all expectations, won a school-record 29 games, program-best 13 BIG EAST contests, finished second in the regular season league standings and in the tournament, reeled off 16-consecutive wins during the season, the longest since 1992, and had a program-best seven BIG EAST award winners, including Carey being named co-Coach of the Year. WVU reached as high as No. 7 in both major polls. WVU advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the third time in the last four years and posted a 17-0 mark at the Coliseum, marking the most home wins in school history and the second undefeated season. Sarah Miles garnered the BIG EAST’s Defensive Player of the Year award and earned all-league second team and alltournament team honors. Liz Repella became the program’s second first team Academic All-American and garnered all-BIG EAST first team, all-league tournament and Preseason WNIT all-tournament team honors. Freshman center Asya Bussie garnered unanimous all-BIG EAST freshman team honors and junior transfer Korinne Campbell earned all-league honorable mention honors.

2008-09:18-15, 5-11 BIG EAST

All-BIG EAST Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 0 WNIT Second Round Arguably Carey’s best WVU coaching job, the eighth-year coach took just eight healthy players and guided them to a WNIT second round appearance. Along the way, the Mountaineers won at No. 5 Louisville, the nation’s runner-up, marking the highest-ranked road team WVU had ever defeated in program history. WVU also knocked off eventual WNIT champion USF. Liz Repella and Takisha Granberry became just the second duo in school history to each score 500 points or more in the same season and Repella became the fourth player in WVU annals to score 500 points and grab 250 points in the same season. Repella and Granberry garnered all-BIG EAST second team accolades while Sarah Miles was named the league’s Most Improved Player.

2007-08: 25-8, 12-4 BIG EAST

All-BIG EAST Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 1 NCAA Tournament Second Round Led by the largest senior class in school history (7), West Virginia posted the second-most wins in school history and defeated three ranked teams,

including No. 4 Rutgers, the highest-ranked foe the program had ever defeated. Other victories over ranked opponents included No. 14 Notre Dame and No. 18 Pitt. The squad became the first team in program history to be ranked in the Top-20 for an entire season and reached the NCAA Tournament for the second-consecutive season – a school first. West Virginia reached as high as No. 11 in the Coaches’ Poll and the AP Poll and was just the 12th team in NCAA history to boast four 1,000 point scorers on the same squad. WVU finished third in the BIG EAST conference, its highest finish since joining the league in 1995-96, and advanced to its third semi-final appearance in six seasons. The 25 wins also marked the second-most in school history. Olayinka Sanni garnered all-BIG EAST first team accolades for the second-straight year, as well as honorable mention all-American honors, while Meg Bulger and LaQuita Owens were named to the conference’s second team. Sanni was later drafted by the WNBA’s Detroit Shock and won a championship with them in her rookie campaign.

2006-07: 21-11, 11-5 BIG EAST

All-BIG EAST Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 1 NCAA Tournament Second Round Facing arguably the toughest schedule in school history, including a grueling non-conference slate that featured three Top-25 teams, all on the road, West Virginia posted just an 8-7 record 15 games into the season. But a 12-2 regular season finish vaulted WVU to a fourth-place finish in the BIG EAST with an 11-5 mark. It marked the thenhighest finish in school history since WVU joined the league in 1995-96. WVU knocked off two Top 25 ranked teams on the season, both road games, with wins over No. 24 DePaul and No. 20 Louisville. WVU went on to earn an 11-seed in the NCAA tournament and defeated No. 6 Xavier, 65-52, marking the Mountaineers’ first NCAA tournament win since 1992. Olayinka Sanni garnered all-BIG EAST first team honors, and honorable mention AP All-American accolades, while LaQuita Owens was named to the second team and Chakhia Cole earned honorable mention honors. WVU posted its third 21-win season in the last four years.

2005-06: 15-16, 4-12 BIG EAST

All-BIG EAST Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 1 BIG EAST Championship Game West Virginia rallied from losing eight-straight games to end the regular season with one of the most remarkable runs in the history of women’s college basketball. As the 12th, and final seed, the Mountaineers entered the tournament with nothing to lose. And they didn’t until narrowly

missing out on a first-ever BIG EAST championship. The Mountaineers defeated three higher seeded teams, all NCAA Tournament teams (No. 5 Louisville, No. 4 St. John’s, No. 1 Rutgers), before falling to No. 2 Connecticut, 50-44, in the championship game. In that contest, WVU trailed by just one with 30 seconds to go. The run was the first of its kind in the BIG EAST and one of just a handful in the history of the women’s game. In the BIG EAST, no 12 seed had ever won a game let alone advance to the championship game playing four contests in four days. Chakhia Cole and Britney Davis-White were named to the All-BIG EAST Tournament team. Meg Bulger, lost to a major knee injury just 18 games into the season, garnered all-BIG EAST second team honors as well as honorable mention All-America accolades.

2004-05: 21-13, 7-9 BIG EAST

All-BIG EAST Selections: 2 All-American Honors: 2 WNIT Championship Game WVU started the season with a 9-0 record en route to its first-ever WNIT postseason championship game appearance and the longest postseason win streak in school history (4). Led by senior point guard Yolanda Paige and sharp shooting sophomore Meg Bulger, the Mountaineers posted their second-straight 21-win season for the first time in school history. Paige broke every Mountaineer single-game, season- and career- assist record. She tallied 18 assists in a win over Northwestern, 297

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2001-02: 14-14, 6-10 BIG EAST

All-BIG EAST Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 0 BIG EAST Tournament With only three newcomers joining a cast of players who went 5-22 the season prior to Mike Carey’s first as head coach of the Mountaineers, WVU produced the first winning regular season since 1996-97. West Virginia was picked last in the BIG EAST preseason coaches’ poll but finished 10th. Kate Bulger garnered all-BIG EAST second team honors while the freshmen tandem of Yolanda Paige and Sherell Sowho was named to the all-BIG EAST rookie team.

4. March 22, 2008 – No. 17 WVU 61 at New Mexico 60 – NCAA Tournament

- No. 5 seed WVU defeats No. 12 seed Lobos on their home court in front of 9,633 partisan fans in one of the nation’s most hostile environments - Win advanced WVU to its second-straight NCAA tournament second round

5. March 17, 2007 – No. 11 seed WVU 65, No. 6 Xavier 52 - NCAA Tournament first-round win was WVU’s first since 1992

6. February 26, 2007 – WVU 76 at No. 20 Louisville 71, overtime - Win secures WVU’s first-ever BIG EAST first round bye

7. February 10, 2004 – WVU 69, No. 19 Virginia Tech 66

- WVU’s first victory over a ranked opponent in 12 years - Mountaineers storm back from 11 down in the last four minutes

8. March 7, 2004 – No. 6 seed WVU 58, No. 23 (No. 3 seed) Villanova 47 - The win was Carey’s first over Villanova - Gave WVU its first-ever BIG EAST semifinal appearance

9. January 13, 2008 – No. 16 WVU 56, No. 14 Notre Dame 50 - WVU’s second-ever win over the Irish

10. February 14, 2010 – No. 8 WVU 55, No. 13 Georgetown 46

- In the fifth-ever contest between two top 20 teams, WVU improves to 5-0 in those contests in front of 6,754 fans, the fourth-largest crowd in school history

11. January 9, 2007 – WVU 74 at No. 24 DePaul 63

- WVU’s first road victory over a ranked opponent in 15 years

12. February 26, 2008 – No. 11 WVU 56, No. 18 Pitt 35

- In first-ever meeting when both school’s were ranked, WVU holds Pitt to just 20.3 percent shooting for the game

13. January 31, 2006 – WVU 82, No. 11 DePaul 70 - Highest-ranked opponent defeated at home in 13 years - First game after Meg Bulger’s first ACL injury

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- Down by 11 at halftime, Mountaineers outscore UL, 54-34, in second half

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3. February 7, 2009 – WVU 79 – No. 5 Louisville 70 - Highest-ranked road team ever defeated by program

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-As the 12-seed, WVU used a seven-player rotation to knock off Rutgers in the BIG EAST Championship semifinals. - Win advanced WVU to its first-ever BIG EAST Championship game - At the time, the victory marked the highest ranked team WVU had ever defeated

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All-BIG EAST Selections: 1 All-American Honors: 0 BIG EAST Tournamen A school-best 10-0 start propelled West Virginia to its first winning season since 1997. WVU boasted an 11-0 mark in non-conference play, a first, which included a school-record 71 percent shooting performance in a 114-45 victory at Robert Morris. The Mountaineers qualified for their second consecutive BIG EAST Tournament and Kate Bulger was named to the all-BIG EAST third team.

2. March 6, 2006 – WVU 56 – No. 6 (No. 1 seed) Rutgers 40

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2002-03: 15-13, 4-12

- Victory marked highest-ranked team WVU has ever defeated

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All-BIG EAST Selections: 2 All-American Honors: 0 NCAA Tournament First Round WVU posted its first 20-win season and advanced to its first NCAA tournament in 12 years. West Virginia posted a 10-6 record in BIG EAST play, winning six more games than it did the previous season, marking one of the best turnarounds from one year to the next in league history. Carey garnered BIG EAST Coach of the Year honors. The Mountaineers defeated two ranked teams in No. 19/21 Virginia Tech at home, after rallying from a double-figure deficit in the final four minutes, and knocked off No. 23/23 in BIG EAST quarterfinal action to advance to their first-ever semifinal appearance. Meg Bulger was named the BIG EAST Freshman of the Year while sister Kate Bulger was named to the conference’s second team. Yolanda Paige was named to the third team and became the first player in school history named to the BIG EAST all-Tournament Team.

1. January 29, 2008 – No. 12/12 WVU 63 – No. 4 Rutgers 54

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on the season, tops in the NCAA, and finished with 902 for her career, the seventh-best total in NCAA history. Bulger posted 663 points and a 19.5 points-per-game scoring average en route to one of the best single seasons in Mountaineer history. Bulger went on to become the first player in school history to make the all-BIG EAST first team while Paige garnered all-BIG EAST second team accolades. Both garnered honorable mention All-America honors.

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George PORCHA

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George Porcha enters his second season as associate head coach and third overall on the Mountaineer women’s basketball coaching staff. He served as an assistant coach in 2008-09. Last season, Porcha played a vital role in helping the Mountaineers to a school-record 29 wins, 13 BIG EAST victories, runners-up at the BIG EAST Championship, the highest national rankings in program history and the NCAA tournament’s second round. He was crucial in the development of center Asya Bussie, who garnered unanimous all-BIG EAST freshman team honors. Three other Mountaineers earned all-league honors last season under his tutelage, including all-BIG EAST first team recipient Liz Repella, BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year Sarah Miles and all-BIG EAST honorable mention Korinne Campbell. Two years ago, Porcha played an integral role in WVU’s WNIT second round appearance and was instrumental in the day-to-day coaching of the team, including the post players. He helped Repella and Takisha Granberry earn all-BIG EAST second team honors and assisted in Miles obtaining the BIG EAST Most Improved Player Award. Porcha was hired at WVU in September 2008 and came to WVU from Virginia Tech where he spent one season with the Hokies in 2007-08. Prior to his stint at Tech, Porcha, a Spring Valley, N.Y., native, spent 2004-07 at T.C. Williams High in Alexandria, Va., where he served as head varsity girls basketball coach. While at T.C. Williams, Porcha led the team in 2006 to a second-place finish in the Northern Region and to the Virginia State Elite Eight tournament.

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He guided the squad to an undefeated Patriot District Championship and was named the District Coach of the Year for his efforts. Porcha’s 2007 squad also captured the Patriot District title. Several of his players at T.C. Williams later played at the collegiate level. Academically, Porcha served as a special education teacher for two years and was the assistant athletic director in 2007. Prior to T.C. Williams, he was the head varsity girls coach at WashingtonLee High in Arlington, Va., for five years, leading his team to the regional playoffs each year while compiling a 62-43 record. He was named the 2001 National District Coach of the Year and coached seven players who went on to college playing careers. Porcha’s teams compiled an average GPA of 3.2 during his tenure. He also served as head junior varsity girls’ coach (1997-1999), head freshman girls’ coach (19951997), varsity track assistant coach (1995-1999) and varsity football coach (1995-1999). Porcha also has a wealth of AAU coaching experience where he has coached 20 players who received Division I scholarships. He worked in the Boo Williams Summer League in Hampton,Va., for three years. His 2005 and 2006 teams were the Boo Williams NIKE Elite tournament champions with his 2007 team finishing second. Porcha also guided his team to the End of the Trails NIKE Elite tournament championship in 2005 and a runner-up finish in 2006. His team captured the Virginia state championship in 2006 and 2007. Additionally, he attended the Villa 7 Consortium in May, 2010, in Beaverton, Ore., which comprised the most-talented group of men’s and women’s basketball assistant coaches from college basketball’s most storied programs and focused on the next generation of rising head coaches. Participants were exposed to a variety of topics designed to help familiarize coaches with the on-and-off the court challenges they may not be familiar with. Porcha has also served as a camp counselor at several universities including Virginia Commonwealth (2005), Richmond (2003-05), UNC Greensboro (2002) and Virginia (2000-01), as well as being the Camp Facilitator at the T.C. Williams Camp for four summers.

Porcha earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from New Haven. While at New Haven, he played safety on the football team. He garnered his master’s degree in education from George Mason in 2006. Porcha, and his wife Robyn, have three sons: George Jr., Jalen and Quincy.

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Date of Birth: October 25 Hometown: Spring Valley, N.Y. Alma Mater: New Haven, 1995; George Mason, 2006 Year at WVU: Third Coaching career: West Virginia, 2009-11, associate head coach; West Virginia, 2008-09, assistant coach; Virginia Tech, 2007-08, assistant coach; T.C. Williams High School, 2004-07, head coach; Washington-Lee High School, 1999-2004, head coach; AAU, 2005-07, Boo Williams Playing career: Safety, New Haven, 1991-95

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Jill M. PIZZOTTI

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Date of Birth: June 18 Hometown: Lombard, Ill. Alma Mater: Southeast Missouri State, 1989; Southeast Missouri State, 1991 Year at WVU: First Coaching career: West Virginia, 2010-present, assistant coach; St. Louis, 1996-2005, head coach; Indiana, assistant coach/recruiting coordinator, 1992-95; Northern Kentucky, 1991-92, assistant coach; Southeast Missouri State, 1989-91, assistant coach Playing career: Guard, Southeast Missouri State, 1985-89

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Conference USA Freshman of the Year. Her squads won five conference academic achievement awards for highest team GPA and more than 50 of her players were named to the Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. She had 10 Arthur Ashe scholar-athlete award winners and the team placed eighth and 23rd nationally in 1999 and 2001 in the WBCA’s Top 25 in academics. From 1992-95, Pizzotti served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Indiana where she helped the Hoosiers to the NCAA tournament in 1994 and 1995. She was also responsible for the signing of future WNBA player Quacy Barnes. From 1991-92, Pizzotti was an assistant basketball coach at Northern Kentucky, where she handled all assistant coaching responsibilities and helped the team to the 1992 NCAA Division II Tournament. Prior to her tenure at Northern Kentucky, she was an assistant coach at Southeast Missouri State from 1989-91, where she helped the squad to two MIAA Conference Championships in 1990 and 1991, the 1990 NCAA Division II tournament and a spot in the 1991 NCAA Division II Championship game. She currently serves on the iHoops Advisory Committee, the Board of Directors for the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and is a member of the Executive Committee for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. She previously served on the Conference USA Women’s Basketball Issues Committee (2002-04); District V WBCA Coach of the Year Award Committee (2001, 2002); Chair of Conference USA Women’s Basketball Coaches (2001, 2004); WBCA Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award Committee Member (1999, 2000); and the St. Louis Athletic Advisory Committee (1997-2000). Pizzotti played collegiately at Southeast Missouri State where she was a guard on four conference championship teams and four NCAA Division II Tournament teams (1986-89). Southeast Missouri State was 117-31 during her playing career. Pizzotti graduated from Southeast Missouri State with a double major in math and physical education in 1989. She earned her master’s degree, from Southeast Missouri State in secondary education administration/supervision in 1991.

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With nearly two decades of experience in collegiate women’s basketball, Jill Pizzotti enters her first year as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator with the Mountaineers. Pizzotti, a native of Lombard, Ill., comes to WVU after serving as Nike’s manager of women’s college basketball and Girl’s Elite Youth basketball, in Beaverton, Ore., where she was the principal interactive liaison between Nike and 90 percent of the Top 25 women’s basketball programs in the country, the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and USA Basketball. She helped enhance and broaden Nike’s dominance in women’s basketball and oversaw the Girl’s Elite Youth basketball category. Prior to her tenure at Nike, Pizzotti served as the head women’s basketball coach at Saint Louis where she was the second-winningest coach in Billikens history and guided the program to its first-ever postseason tournament appearance with the 2003 WNIT. In the 2002-03 season, Pizzotti guided the Billikens to their highest Conference USA finish, most Conference USA wins and best Conference USA winning percentage. Pizzotti also coached nine all-conference players, and the 1996

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M.L. WILLIS

ASSISTANT COACH | SECOND SEASON

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Malikah Willis enters her second season as an assistant coach on the WVU women’s basketball staff. She played a vital role in helping the Mountaineers to the best season in program history last year with 29 wins, 13 league victories, a second-place finish in the regular season and conference tournament and an undefeated home season. She coached all-BIG EAST players Liz Repella, Sarah Miles, Korinne Campbell and Asya Bussie. Willis joined the Mountaineer staff in June, 2009, after serving two years as an assistant coach at Norfolk State. At Norfolk State she served as the team’s out-of-state recruiting coordinator, team travel coordinator and was responsible for the development of the post players. Prior to Norfolk State, Willis spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Elizabeth City State, helping the Lady Vikings to a 21-10 record, the CIAA tournament championship game and an at-large berth to the NCAA South Atlantic Regional during the 2006-07 season. She also coached post player Celeste Trahan, who became the first player in Division II history to score 2,000 and record 1,500 rebounds in a career. Willis also had assistant coaching positions at the University of Illinois-Chicago (2000-02), Chicago State (2002-03) and Cheyney University (2003-04). A native of Queens, N.Y., Willis played at Christ the King High, where she was a teammate of former Los Angeles Spark, current San Antonio Silver Star and Tennessee AllAmerican Chamique Holdsclaw. At the end of her prep career, Willis was named a first team Parade All-American and Christ the King was ranked No. 1 in the country in 1993, winning the national title. Willis was a part of Hall

of Fame coach C. Vivian Stringer’s 1994 recruiting class at Iowa that was ranked No. 1 in the country, also referred to as “The Sensational Seven.” The Hawkeyes captured consecutive Big Ten tournament championships in 1995 and 1996 and a regular-season championship in 1995. A four-year letterwinner for Iowa, Willis earned bachelor’s degrees in media studies and African-American studies in 1998. She also played professionally for Color Cap Tybnik of Poland and Tapiola Honka of Finland in 1999 and Brazil’s Santa Maria Club in 2000. Willis is a lifetime member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority, and also holds memberships with the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and the Black Coaches Association. In May 2010, Willis attended the inaugural Assistant Coaches’ Symposium for Women’s Basketball, in Atlanta, which recognized the top assistant coaches in the country where she gained valuable experience on effectively coaching on and off the court.

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Date of Birth: Dec. 21 Hometown: Queens, N.Y. Alma Mater: Iowa, 1998 Year at WVU: Second Coaching career: West Virginia, 200911, assistant coach; Norfolk State, 2007-09, assistant coach; Elizabeth City State, 2005-07, assistant coach; Cheyney, 2003-04, assistant coach; Chicago State, 2002-03, assistant coach; Illinois-Chicago, 2000-02, assistant coach Playing career: Brazil’s Santa Maria Club, 2000; Finland’s Tapiola Honka, 1999; Poland’s Color Cap Rybnik, 1999; Iowa, 1995-98.

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DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Toni Oliverio enters her third season on the Mountaineers’ staff as director of basketball operations. A native of Clarksburg, W.Va., Oliverio came to West Virginia from WVU Institute of Technology where she served as assistant athletic director/sports information director. In that position she assisted with the overall management of the athletic program including fundraising, external relations, facilities and academics. Oliverio also served as the sports information director for the NAIA’s Mid-South Conference where she was involved in all aspects of publicizing the conference and served as assistant sports information director and academic coordinator at WVU Tech. She completed an internship in the Mid-South Conference’s commissioner’s office in 2006 where she played an integral role in the administration and coordination of the track and field, cheerleading, men’s and women’s basketball, softball and tennis championships. During that same time period, she worked in Louisville’s intramural and recreational sports department. From August 2004 until December 2005, Oliverio served as a graduate teaching and research assistant, also at Louisville. She was a sports information intern at Louisville in 2005, where she assisted in game management for women’s basketball, men’s tennis, softball and field hockey. From 2001-03, she served as head women’s tennis coach and assistant women’s basketball coach at Salem College. Oliverio garnered her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from West Liberty State in 2001, where she was also a member of the women’s basketball team from 199799. She received her master’s degree in sport administration from Louisville in 2006.

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VIDEO COORDINATOR Pat Biondo enters his first season as video coordinator and his fourth year overall with the Mountaineer women’s basketball program. A native of Clarence, N.Y., Biondo is responsible for all of the team’s video needs, including opponent and self scouts, video exchange and assisting the office in the day-to-day internal operations for the program. Prior to this stint with the women’s team, Biondo served as the head manager for the WVU men’s team under former coach John Beilein from 2004-07. His responsibilities included being team videographer and assisting in day-to-day practice needs. Biondo graduated from WVU in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in athletic coaching. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in educational leadership from the College of Human Resources and Education at WVU.

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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING Andy Kettler enters his third season as the Mountaineers’ strength and conditioning coach for women’s basketball. A native of Cincinnati, Kettler spent two years as the head strength and conditioning coach at Winthrop. While there, he was in charge of all aspects of the Eagles’ strength and conditioning program. Prior to his time at Winthrop, Kettler was the head strength and conditioning coach of the Kansas City Royals for two seasons. With the Royals, he was in charge of the entire strength and conditioning staff, including the supervision of two assistants and six interns. Kettler designed and implemented programs for strength, conditioning, flexibility and nutrition. Kettler is a 2001 graduate of Ashland with a bachelor’s degree in sports industries/recreation. Following college, he served as an intern at Toledo before joining the Cleveland Indians organization as strength coach for one of Cleveland’s minor league teams, the Lake County Captains. After a one-year stint with the Indians organization, Kettler served as minor league strength and conditioning coordinator for the San Diego Padres’ six minor league teams. Kettler is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), a NASM Certified Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) and a Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES). He and his wife, Kimbraly, have one daughter, Brynley Morgan.

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BASKETBALL EQUIPMENT MANAGER Veteran staff member Robert “Bubba” Schmidt is in his 30th season as basketball equipment manager at West Virginia. Schmidt is responsible for all the athletic garb and gear worn and used by each of WVU’s varsity athletic teams, with the exception of football. He is responsible for the ordering of new equipment for 16 sports. One of his primary duties involves keeping an up-todate inventory of all equipment items and storage, a task he handles efficiently for the hundreds of Mountaineer athletes practicing out of the Coliseum and Shell Building. The 1976 graduate of WVU has a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He has worked in the equipment room since 1978 and was elevated to equipment manager at the start of the 1980 season. The Wheeling native is married to the former Betsey Pedone. They have three daughters, Kaylee, Iliana, and Anne Peyton.

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Sports Communications Office. Kane is the primary media contact for the Mountaineer women’s basketball program and assists with the publicity efforts of WVU’s Olympic sports. She previously served as the communications contact for the Western Illinois men’s basketball team for two seasons. In her four years at Western Illinois, Kane worked with all 20 NCAA Division I sport programs in some capacity. She was hired as the assistant director for athletics media services in July 2008, after having served in the media services office as a graduate assistant for two years. Kane served as the director of media services on an interim basis for the fall 2009 season, where she oversaw the media relations efforts of all 20 WIU sports and served as the primary contact for the Fighting Leatherneck football and men’s basketball programs. Prior to her time with the Leathernecks, Kane was a part of the media relations staff at Illinois State. Serving as a student intern for the 2001-02 season, Kane was the primary media contact for the Redbird women’s golf program, promoting back-to-back Missouri Valley Conference Championship titles. In addition to women’s golf, Kane assisted department colleagues in all aspects of football, volleyball and basketball. The Bartlett, Ill., native completed her master’s degree

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GRADUATE ASSISTANT Baltimore native Erin Brady enters her first year as a graduate assistant and fourth overall with the Mountaineer women’s basketball program. Brady served as head manager with the team from 2008-10 and as a WVU men’s basketball manager from 200607. Her daily responsibilities include assisting in the day-to-day operations of the program, on-campus recruiting and summer camps. Brady earned her bachelor’s degree in sport management from WVU in May 2010 and is currently working towards a master’s in educational leadership with a concentration in higher education.

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ASSISTANT EQUIPMENT MANAGER Steve Bierer enters his third season as an assistant equipment manager at WVU. A native of Morgantown, Bierer is responsible for acting as the equipment room’s liaison with Nike, facilitating all orders and returns working daily with the Mountaineers’ varsity sports. Bierer came to WVU after serving a three-year stint as head equipment manager for Olympic sports at Virginia from 2005-08. He spent 2000-05 at East Carolina as an assistant equipment manager, his last season serving as head equipment manager. From 1998-99, Bierer served as an assistant equipment manager at Virginia Tech and spent five seasons (1993-98) as a WVU student football manager.

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EDUCATIONAL COUNSELOR Stephanie White is in her first year as a full-time educational counselor for the WVU women’s basketball team after working as a student-athlete mentor for men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s basketball since March 2008. White is responsible for the team’s day-to-day academic monitoring, assisting the student-athletes in scheduling, monitoring of study hall and mentoring. She earned her bachelor’s degree from WVU in biology in 2002 received her master’s in secondary education from her alma mater a year later in December 2003. White is currently pursuing her doctorate in education at WVU. Previously, the Ripley, W.Va., native was a full-time teacher at the Mason County Career Center (2004-07) in Point Pleasant, W.Va., for four years, while assisting WVU student-athletes in the academic center. She is married to Jason White, who is a teacher in the Monongalia County School District.

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Name Pos. Madina Ali F Natalie Burton C Asya Bussie C Christal Caldwell* G Korinne Campbell G/F Ayana Dunning C Brooke Hampton G Jessica Harlee F Vanessa House G Bianca Jarrett G Sarah Miles G Taylor Palmer G Liz Repella G Tonia Williams G

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Name Pos. Christal Caldwell* G Taylor Palmer G Bianca Jarrett G Brooke Hampton G Sarah Miles G Liz Repella G Vanessa House G Jessica Harlee F Asya Bussie C Korinne Campbell G/F Tonia Williams G Ayana Dunning C Natalie Burton C Madina Ali F

Ht. 6-0 6-5 6-4 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-9 6-1 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-9 5-11 6-1

Class r-Sr. Jr. So. r-So. r-Sr. r-So. Fr. Fr. r-Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. r-So.

Hometown High School/Previous School Williamsport, Pa. Williamsport Area/Daytona Beach CC Perth, Australia Carine Senior Randallstown, Md. Seton Keough Charlotte, N.C. West Charlotte/Florida Princeton, N.J. Notre Dame/Minnesota Columbus, Ohio Eastmoor/LSU Colts Neck, N.J. Colts Neck Bel Air, Md. Fallston Fresno, Calif. Fresno/Fresno City College Kenosha, Wis. Waukegan/Chipola JC San Antonio, Texas Sam Houston Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Mt. Vernon Steubenville, Ohio Steubenville Warner Robbins, Ga. Houston County/South Carolina

Ht. 5-9 5-9 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-11 5-7 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-0

Class r-So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. r-Sr. Fr. So. r-Sr. r-So. r-So. Jr. r-Sr.

Hometown High School/Previous School Charlotte, N.C. West Charlotte/Florida Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Mt. Vernon Kenosha, Wis. Waukegan/Chipola JC Colts Neck, N.J. Colts Neck San Antonio, Texas Sam Houston Steubenville, Ohio Steubenville Fresno, Calif. Fresno/Fresno City College Bel Air, Md. Fallston Randallstown, Md. Seton Keough Princeton, N.J. Notre Dame/Minnesota Warner Robbins, Ga. Houston County/South Carolina Columbus, Ohio Eastmoor/LSU Perth, Australia Carine Senior Williamsport, Pa. Williamsport Area/Daytona Beach CC

Head Coach: Mike Carey (Salem, ‘80) - 10th season Associate Head Coach: George Porcha (New Haven, ’95) - 2nd season Assistant Coaches: Jill Pizzotti (Southeast Missouri State, ’89) -1st season; M.L. Willis (Iowa, ‘98) - 2nd season

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First Names: Asya................................................ Asia Ayana.................................Eye-yahn-uh Bianca.............................. Bee-awnk-uh Christal........................................ Crystal

Korinne................................... CORE-inn Madina............................Muh-DEAN-uh Tonia................................. Toe-Knee-uh

Last Names: Bussie...........................................Bus-E Harlee........................................har-LEE Repella.................................Re-PELL-uh

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If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be: Why Did I Get Married How many songs are on your iPod? 2,032 My worst habit is: Cursing out loud The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: Tasha Smith My game-day superstitions are: I have to take a

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Gifted athlete who is a tenacious defender … made an immediate impact on the Mountaineer defense last season … an active and aggressive player who plays well on both ends of the floor … will again share captain duties with Liz Repella this season … inaugural winner of the Leland Byrd Award, given annually to a member of the team who displays excellent leadership abilities on and off the court. At West Virginia (2009-10): Played in 35 games with 34 starts … eight double-figure scoring efforts … second on team in rebounds per game (7.0) and steals (53) … third on squad in offensive rebounds (79) … 14th in BIG EAST rebounding … 10th in league in defensive rebounds (4.8) … eight double-figure rebounding games … two doubledoubles … 25 games of six rebounds or more … 15 games of 25 minutes or more played … career-best 18 points on 6-of-7 shooting, and 6-of-7 from the charity stripe, in home Maine win … also grabbed eight rebounds in victory over the Black Bears … 10 points and 11 rebounds in home victory over No. 14 Georgetown … 12 points on 5-of-10 shooting in home Rutgers win … also grabbed nine rebounds against the Scarlet Knights … 12 points in home victory over Eastern Kentucky … 10 points on 5-of-9 shooting with nine rebounds in DePaul victory … 10 points and nine rebounds in key road win at USF … career-best 13 rebounds with eight points, including first career 3-pointer, in home victory over Villanova … 11 rebounds with nine points in NCAA tournament first round victory against Lamar … 11 rebounds in final regular-season home win against Marquette … 10 rebounds in Longwood and Radford home wins. At West Virginia (2008-09): Appeared in just two games before taking a medical redshirt, thus missing the rest of the season … started both of those contests … tallied six points and four rebounds in season-opening win against North Carolina Central … grabbed eight rebounds and scored five points in 22 minutes of action against Iona before leaving game with season-ending injury. At Daytona Beach CC (2006-08): Averaged 13 points, 9.3 rebounds and shot 57 percent from the field as a sophomore … second team WBCA/Kodak All-American in 2007 … 2008 Mid-Florida Conference Player of the Year … FLCAA all-state Region VIII … seventh nationally in scoring, 12th nationally in rebounding and 23rd nationally in field goal percentage as a sophomore … averaged 19 points and 12 rebounds per game as a freshman, the ninth and 11th-best averages nationally, respectively … FCGAA all-state and NJCAA All-Region VIII first team … nominated for Kodak All-American … conference Player of the Week … ranked 21st-best junior college prospect by National Collegiate Report (NCR) … rated 22nd-best junior college player by All Star Girl’s Report (ASGR) … ranked third (ASGR) and fifth (NCR) best power forward prospect. Career Notes: Tied with five others for most games played in a season (35 in 2010). In High School: Averaged 19 points and 12 rebounds during senior season at Williamsport Area High … Williamsport High’s all-time leading scorer … scored more than 1,000 career points in her junior year and tallied 1,000 career rebounds by senior season. Personal: Daughter of Abdul-Rahim and Atiya Ali … birthday is Dec. 21 … one of 10 children in family (four boys and six girls) … Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … majoring in criminology and investigations.

Ali’s Career Highs Points Minutes FGM FGA FG% 3FGM

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18, Maine (12-5-09) 38, Rutgers (2-16-10) 6, Maine (12-5-09) 8, Iona (11-16-08) .857 (6-7), Maine (12-5-09) 1, Villanova (1-12-10)

1, seven times 1.000 (1-1), Villanova (1-12-10) 6, Maine (12-5-09) 7, Maine (12-5-09) .857 (6-7), Maine (12-5-09) 13, Villanova (1-12-10) 3, Maine (12-5-09)

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Year GP GS Min 2008-09 2 2 37 2009-10 35 34 830 Totals 37 36 867

Avg 18.5 23.7 23.4

FG 4 86 90

FGA 12 206 218

Pct .333 .417 .413

3FG 3FGA Pct 0 0 .000 1 7 .143 1 7 .143

FT FTA Pct Off Def 3 6 .500 6 6 60 96 .625 79 167 63 102 .618 85 173

The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t possess is: Draw – I’ve heard it’s a good way to relax the mind

I’d want my last meal to be: My mom’s meatloaf, my sister’s sayyidahs, collared greens and baked mac and cheese

Three things I’d take to a deserted island are: The Qur’an, my iPod and my c-bear

My one guilty pleasure is: Eating honey buns for breakfast

My celebrity crush is: Trey Songz My friends would be surprised to know that:

Well, if they are my friends they should know me from front to back already After graduation I hope to be: I would like to work with children with behavioral problems and play overseas as well The reality show I’d do best on is: I’d have to make my own reality show because today’s really don’t fit me too well

The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: I have no idea Funniest team member: Unknowingly it is Korinne Campbell but Sarah Miles by far

I need to work on: Everything Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Oliverio’s My proudest moment so far in life: Being a part of WVU

Favorite midnight snack: Swiss rolls, honey buns and all-berry Captain Crunch

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7, Longwood (12-12-10) 3, two times, last Georgetown (2-14-10) 4, two times, last Rutgers (3-8-10)

Ali’s Double-Doubles 12 pts, 11 reb. Santa Clara (12-30-09) 10 pts, 11 reb. Georgetown (2-14-10)

Tot 12 246 258

Avg 6.0 7.0 7.0

PF 6 112 118

FO Ast TO Blk 0 1 6 1 4 29 101 25 4 30 107 26

Stl 4 53 57

Pts 11 233 244

Avg 5.5 6.7 6.6

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Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 16 16 388 24.3 39 89 .438 1 4 .250 25 45 .556 26 86 112 7.0 54 3 11 45 13 24 104 6.5

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I’d want my last meal to be: Roast lamb Three things I’d take to a deserted island are: My Talented international player who played a key role coming family, my music and food

My one guilty pleasure is: Chocolate My celebrity crush is: Kele Okereke (lead singer of Bloc Party)

After graduation I hope to be: Back home Coach Carey’s favorite line is: “Might have to get out of your coma, Liz!”

The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: Nicole Kidman Three words that best describe me are: Smart, personable and unique

Funniest team member: Sarah Miles You would never catch me: Wearing high heels I would love to have a shopping spree in: H & M How often do you check Facebook? Daily Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Los Mariachis Worst part of practice: Treadmill My proudest moment so far in life: Leaving home

off the bench last year … possesses great quickness for a center … runs floor extremely well for her size … a skilled student of the game. At West Virginia (2009-10): Appeared in all 35 games … 19 double-figure minute games … 10 points, on 5-of-6 shooting, with six rebounds and two blocks in home victory over Longwood … season-high 11 points on 3-of-4 shooting and 5-of-8 from free throw line in home victory against No. 14 Georgetown … posted six rebounds against the Hoyas, five offensive … six rebounds and four points in BIG EAST semifinal victory over Rutgers. At West Virginia (2008-09): Played in all 33 games with 31 career starts, second-most in school history by a freshman … shot 50.4 percent for the season, the fifth-best single season freshman performance in school annals … five doublefigure scoring efforts … played 30 minutes or more in 15 games with two 40-minute contests … shot a combined 65.9 percent (27-41) from the field in season’s final six games … scored 10 points in four straight games at season’s end … 10 points, on 5-of-6 shooting, with 10 rebounds in key home win over Syracuse … 10 points with eight rebounds in BIG EAST first round victory over Providence … 10 points in regular season finale at Notre Dame … 10 points in 43 minutes of action, in BIG EAST second round matchup with DePaul … season-high 13 points, on 5-of-7 shooting, in Brown win … 10 rebounds at Marquette … eight points and nine rebounds in St. John’s win. Career Notes: Tied with five others for most games played in a season (35 in 2010). In High School: Five-year member of the West Australia State Team: 2004 (U-16), 2005-06 (U-18); 2007-08 (U-20). Personal: Daughter of Cliff and Rosemary Burton … birthday is March 23 … one of three daughters in family … majoring in business and economics … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

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NATALIE BURTON’S CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS GP GS Min Avg FG 33 31 948 28.7 70 35 0 363 10.4 40 68 31 1311 19.3 110

FGA 139 75 214

Pct .504 .533 .514

3FG 3FGA Pct 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

FT 18 13 31

FTA 61 27 88

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GP GS Min Avg FG 16 16 500 31.3 33 16 0 145 9.1 13 32 16 645 20.2 46

FGA 67 23 90

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If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be: Sister Act 2 How many songs are on your iPod? A little over 500

My worst habit is: Burping My game-day superstitions are: Listen to “Juicy” by Notorious B.I.G.

I’d love to trade places for a day with: Malia

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best frontcourt players last year … possesses tremendous The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t post skills, including excellent shot-blocking ability … possess is: Singing strong, agile and aggressive in the post … excellent re- I’d want my last meal to be: Chicken, sweet bounder with smooth offensive moves. potatoes and mac’n cheese At West Virginia (2009-10): Unanimous selection to the all-BIG EAST freshman team … set the school record for freshman blocks in a season (72) … most blocks in a season by a Mountaineer since 1986 … tied for third on team Three things I’d take to a deserted island are: Pictures, cell phone, and food in points per game (10.1) and fourth in rebounds (194/5.5) … second in BIG EAST in blocks per game (2.1) … 34th nationally in blocks per game … sixth in BIG EAST offensive rebounds (3.0) … started every game … 16 double-figure My one guilty pleasure is: Dunkin Donuts scoring games … 14 games with at least three blocks … two double-doubles … made 122 free throws, the most by a My celebrity crush is: Shannon Brown Mountaineer since 1999 … career-best 19 points on 6-of-11 shooting with career-high seven free throws in home win After graduation I hope to be: A better person against Eastern Kentucky … first career double-double with 16 points, career-high 12 rebounds (six offensive) and four than when I first came to WVU steals in Nugget Classic championship game victory at Nevada … tallied 15 points and seven rebounds in Nugget Classic opening round win over Iowa … named Nugget Classic MVP and BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (Dec. 14) for her efforts The reality show I’d do best on is: I Love Money in those two contests … 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting with eight rebounds in Maine win … 15 points, nine rebounds and The actress that would play me in a movie six blocks in key road win at St. John’s … 12 points and 11 rebounds with three blocks in win at Providence … 13 points about my life would be: Gabrielle Union and eight rebounds … 11 points and eight rebounds in win at Pitt … 13 points and eight rebounds in home UMBC victory Three words that best describe me are: Silly, … made Mountaineer debut in opening round of Preseason WNIT with 14 points and eight rebounds in win against energetic, fun Towson … followed that performance with 14 points and nine rebounds in quarterfinal round home win against Marist … nine points with five blocks in Seton Hall victory … four points, five blocks and two rebounds in win at USF … nine Funniest team member: Korinne Campbell points, five steals and four rebounds at Notre Dame. I would love to have a shopping spree in: Polo Career Notes: Set freshman single season I need to work on: A lot blocks record … 10th in single season made free Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Hibachi Bussie’s Career Highs throws (122 in 2010) … tied with Liz Repella Worst part of practice: When I get sent to the Points 19, Eastern Kentucky (12-8-09) for single season games started (35 in 2010) … treadmill Minutes 38, at USF (2-20-10) tied with five others for most games played in a Favorite midnight snack: Gushers FGM 6, two times, last vs. Marshall (1-20-10) season (35 in 2010) … fourth on single season blocks list (72). FGA 15, at Nevada (11-28-09) FG% .760 (6-8), two times, last Marist (11-16-09) In High School: Rated the 14th-best post player and 47th-best overall player in the country by ESPN.com … ranked the 28th-best player in the country 3FGM 0 by Blue Star … ranked the 55th-best player in the country by All Star Girl’s Report … all-Metro Player of 3FGA 0 the Year as a senior … McDonald’s All-American nominee … averaged 16 points, 11 rebounds and had 71 3FG% 0 blocks as a senior … guided Gators to 23-8 record as a senior … helped Seton Keough claim the No. 1 spot FTM 7, Eastern Kentucky (12-8-09) and championship in the Class A IAAM with 21 points and 14 rebounds in the defeat of then-No. 1 St. Frances FTA 13, Eastern Kentucky (12-8-09) … 21 points and nine rebounds in semifinal win over No. 9 Archbishop Spalding … Bishop Walsh Invitational FT% .778 (7-9), at St. John’s (1-2-09) champions … scored 1,620 career points, tallied 1,189 career rebounds and had over 300 blocks in career … as a junior, averaged 14.6 points and grabbed 317 rebounds with 126 blocks … led team to 29-5 record, including Rebounds 12, at Nevada (11-28-09) a perfect 16-0 league mark, as a junior … three-time all-Metro, all-conference, all-city and team MVP honors Assists 2, three times, last Rutgers (2-16-10) … three-time Baltimore Sun Player of the Week … rookie of the year, all-conference and all-city as a freshman Turnovers 6, two times, last at Notre Dame (1-24-10) … guided Seton Keough to the ESPN RISE National High School Invitational Championship in the spring … Blocks 6, at St. John’s (1-2-09) team was ranked No. 1 in the area by the Baltimore Sun and 12th nationally by MaxPrep … played for the Boo Steals 5, at Notre Dame (1-24-10) Williams Elite club team … played with incoming teammate Akeema Richards on 2006 Maryland Magic AAU team … involved in student government … played on Seton Keough’s volleyball team. Personal: Daughter of Gerald and Loretta Bussie … birthday is April 16 … Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Bussie’s Double-Doubles Roll … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … majoring in exercise physiology. 16 pts, 12 reb. Nevada (11-28-09) 12 pts, 11 reb. Providence (2-6-10)

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Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 35 35 1033 29.5 116 246 .472 0 0 .000 122 217 .562 104 90 194 5.5 88 3 16 94 72 48 354 10.1

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Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 16 16 496 31.0 37 97 .381 0 0 .000 68 105 .648 45 39 84 5.3 41 1 7 44 41 23 142 8.9

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Talented guard who will sit out this season in compliance with NCAA transfer rules after coming to WVU from Florida specialties … slashing guard who plays up-tempo … should fit Three things I’d take to a deserted island are: My nicely into the Mike Carey system … is the third SEC transfer student to join the Mountaineers in the last two years (Ayana Dunning and Tonia Williams). phone, my parents, the Bible My one guilty pleasure is: Cupcakes At Florida (2009-10): Appeared in 18 games for the Gators … averaged 1.9 points per game and 5.6 minutes per contest … was 15-35 from the field with 17 rebounds and seven steals. My celebrity crush is: LaDainian Tomlinson After graduation I hope to be: A psychologist In High School: 2009 North Carolina Ms. Basketball at West Charlotte High ... led West Charlotte to back-to-back appearances in the state title game, winning the school’s first championship her senior year … two-time Associated The reality show I’d do best on is: Real World Press North Carolina first team all-state honoree … leading vote getter for the 2008 and 2009 Associated Press North The actress that would play me in a movie Carolina all-State teams … led WCHS to the 2009 4A state championship, the program’s first-ever state title … averaged about my life would be: Sanaa Lathan 17.1 points, 8.0 rebounds, three assists and three steals per game her final season … named 2009 Ms. North Carolina One word that best describes me is: Easy going Basketball … voted 2009 Western Regional and State Finals MVP … the Charlotte Observer’s 2008 and 2009 ME-CA 7 4A Player of the Year … the Lions’ leading scorer and rebounder all four years, compiling a 103-18 record … played in the Funniest team member: Asya Bussie 35th North Carolina Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game held in the Greensboro Coliseum on July 20, 2009, where I would love to have a shopping spree in: Cali scored 13 points and guided the West squad to the 87-77 win … 2008 Western Regional MVP … 2009 McDonald’s AllHow often do you check Facebook? Not that often she American Game nominee … led WCHS to the 2008 NCHSAA 4A State Championship game – its first-ever trip to the final anymore - before falling to Westover, 58-53, as Caldwell scored 22 points … Lions posted a 30-3 overall record in 2008, including I need to work on: My left hand a 12-0 mark in league play, when she averaged 19.1 points, seven rebounds and three assists per game … eclipsed the 1,000-point career milestone during her junior year … her 39-point performance is a WCHS single-game record for boys Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Damon’s and girls … 2008 EA Sports second team All-American … also played AAU for Lady Star Elite and for Peach State Elite. Favorite midnight snack: Grapes Personal: Daughter of Christopher and Angela Caldwell…Birthday is Nov. 1… majoring in psychology.

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The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t possess is: Hairstyling I’d want my last meal to be: One of my mom’s

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“clean”, slow music

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Korinne CAMPBELL

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Guard/Forward Princeton, N.J. Notre Dame

If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be: Salt How many songs are on your iPod? 280 My worst habit is: Not answering when people call My game-day superstitions are: I don’t have any I’d love to trade places for a day with: LeBron James

Well-rounded athlete who made an immediate impact last The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t season … excellent student of the game with tremendous possess is: Play guitar rebounding talents … good off the dribble … possesses a great quick first step … can play a number of positions in I’d want my last meal to be: Steak from Ruth Chris the Mike Carey system. My one guilty pleasure is: Chips ‘n salsa At West Virginia (2009-10): All-BIG EAST honorable After graduation I hope to be: Playing basketball mention … three-time BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Dec. The actress that would play me in a movie 28, Jan. 18, Feb. 22) … team leader in double-doubles (6) and rebounding (259/7.4) … second on team in scoring about my life would be: Gabrielle Union (10.5), 3-pointers made (44), and offensive rebounds (93) … started 34 of WVU’s 35 contests … 10th in BIG EAST rebounding (7.4) … 11th in BIG EAST defensive rebounds (4.7) … 13th in BIG EAST offensive rebounds (2.7) … 15th Three words that best describe me are: Bold, outgoing, athletic in league free throw percentage (77.7 percent) and blocks (1.1) … 21 double figure scoring games … 19 games over at least seven rebounds … career-high 21 points on 8-of-12 shooting with five rebounds in Marquette win … 20 points, Funniest team member: Liz Repella on 7-of-12 shooting, with career-best four 3-pointers, with five rebounds, three steals and two blocks in UMBC win … I would love to have a shopping spree in: 17 points, including 3-of-3 from 3-point line, and career-best 16 rebounds in win at Duquesne … 15 points and 13 Nordstrom rebounds in home Pitt win … 17 points and nine rebounds in win at Pitt … 13 rebounds and nine points in Fresno State How often do you check Facebook? All the time win … 12 points and 11 rebounds (seven offensive) in Mountaineer debut in Preseason WNIT victory over Towson … 14 points and 12 rebounds in home Rutgers win … 14 points and 14 rebounds, nine offensive, in win at USF … 13 points I need to work on: Time management and 10 rebounds in key win at Cincinnati … 17 points, with four 3-pointers, nine rebounds and four blocks in Seton Hall Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Outback win … 14 points and eight rebounds in Marshall victory. Worst part of practice: The beginning At West Virginia (2008-09): Sat out season in compliance with NCAA transfer rules. Favorite midnight snack: Chips ‘n salsa At Minnesota (2006-08): Played in 65 career games for the Golden Gophers with 19 starts … averaged 6.2 points and 6.5 rebounds per contest. Career Notes: Fourth all-time in single season junior rebounds … third all-time in single season junior offensive rebounds … 10th in single season junior rebounding average … third in junior season blocked shots … fourth in junior minutes played … tied with three others for most junior games played … second in junior games started … eighth in junior 3-pointers made. In High School: Street & Smith’s All-American at Notre Dame High … Parade All-American (fourth team) … WBCA/ Kodak Honorable Mention All-American … McDonald’s All-American … rated second-best small forward in the country by All Star Girl’s Report … as a senior, she averaged 24.5 points, 14.9 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 4.2 blocks and 3.6 steals per game … finished high school career with 1,398 points and 987 rebounds … Notre Dame’s 2006 Female Athlete of the Year … 2006 Associated Press all-state first team … 2006 all-Colonial Conference first team … named Northern Jersey’s Top Hoop Player by School Sport Magazine … team MVP … posted a 36 point and 19 rebound double-double versus Immaculata (12/2005) … team finished 14-12 in 2005-06 … tallied 31 points and 13 rebounds versus Red Bank Catholic in NJSAA Tournament in final high school game … played in the N.J. State High School All-Star Game … averaged 16.4 points her game as a junior … a track all-state selection by the Star Ledger … Mercer County high jump champion. Personal: Daughter of Mel and Regina Campbell … one of four girls … older sister, Michelle, was an all-BIG EAST performer at Rutgers (2003-06) … birthday is April 10 … majoring in multi-disciplinary studies.

Campbell’s Career Highs Points Minutes FGM FGA FG% 3FGM 3FGA 3FG% FTM

21, Marquette (2-27-10) 38, five times, last vs. DePaul (3-7-10) 8, Marquette (2-27-10) 15, two times, last at Pitt (1-17-10) .667 (8-12), Marquette (2-27-10) 4, two times, last Seton Hall (1-27-10) 8, DePaul (1-9-10) .571 (4-7), Seton Hall (1-27-10) 6, vs. Iowa (11-27-09)

FTA FT% Rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals

8, Towson (11-13-09) 1.000 (6-6), vs. Iowa (11-27-09) 16, at Duquesne (11-24-09) 2, three times, last Rutgers (2-16-10) 6, two times, last at Notre Dame (1-24-10) 6, at St. John’s (1-2-09) 5, at Notre Dame (1-24-10)

Campbell’s Double-Doubles 17 pts, 16 reb. at Duquesne (11-24-09) 15 pts, 13 reb. Pitt (1-5-10) 14 pts, 14 reb. at USF (2-20-10) 14 pts, 12 reb. Rutgers (2-16-10) 13 pts, 10 reb. at Cincinnati (2-23-10) 12 pts, 11 reb. Towson (11-13-09)

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KORINNE CAMPELL’S CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 35 35 1107 31.6 125 349 .358 44 135 .326 73 94 .777 93 166 259 7.4 82 1 223 63 37 43 367 10.5

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Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 16 16 539 33.7 64 181 .354 23 73 .315 31 40 .775 42 78 120 7.5 42 0 10 25 18 18 182 11.4

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Ayana DUNNING Eastmoor

Ebanks so I could hang out with Kobe Bryant

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Highly touted frontcourt player that is ready to see action after sitting out last season in compliance with NCAA transfer rules … excellent low post presence who could be a dominant force in the paint … possesses excellent post skill set with a great jump shot. My friends would be surprised to know that: I’m At West Virginia (2009-10): Sat out in compliance with a poet and pianist NCAA transfer rules. After graduation I hope to be: A general manager At LSU (2008-09): Played in 23 games with nine starts … averaged 5.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 13.7 minutes per game for a NBA team … career-best 20 points, on 8-of-12 shooting, with 10 rebounds against No. 18 Vanderbilt … 12 points at Connecticut … 11 points in games against Nebraska and Florida State … 10 points vs. Centenary. The reality show I’d do best on is: Iron Chef America In High School: Outstanding low post presence at Eastmoor High ... started 77 career games … ranked as the 12th-best overall and 3rd-best post player in the nation by HoopGurlz.com … averaged 17.6 points and 13.1 rebounds per game for The actress that would play me in a movie career … played in the 2008 McDonald’s All-American game and was a WBCA All-American … USA U-18 National Trial about my life would be: Taraji P. Henson her senior season … participated in USA Basketball Youth Development Festival as a junior … AP Ohio Division Three words that best describe me are: Generous, invitee II Player of the Year … AP Finalist for Ms. Ohio … EA Sports All-America second team … Slam Magazine All-America competitive and fun second-team … Sporting News All-American second team … was a finalist for Ms. Basketball by Parade Magazine … Funniest team member: Sarah Miles holds the career scoring and rebounding record at Eastmoor … averaged 18.4 points, 13.1 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game as a senior … averaged 19.8 points, 14.0 rebounds and 3.2 blocks as a junior … two-time first team selection … I would love to have a shopping spree in: Nike the 2008 Central District Player of the Year … member of four district championship teams … member of two regional Town championship squads … also played volleyball for four years. Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Red Lobster Personal: Daughter of Alfred and Charlotte Dunning … birthday is Feb. 25 … has three sisters and one brother … My proudest moment so far in life: Being a majoring in sport management.

mother, my brother, my father My one guilty pleasure is: Toll House chocolate chip cookies My celebrity crush is: Derrick Rose

McDonald’s All-American

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If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be Friday After Next How many songs are on your iPod? 904 My worst habit is: Biting my nails I’d love to trade places for a day with: Devin

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Talented point guard eager to contribute to the program … has all the skills to become WVU’s future starting point guard … great floor leadership with excellent on-court awareness. In High School: Talented guard at Colts Neck High who ranked as the 100th-best player in the country by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Basketball Report … finished her prep career with 1,694 points, 566 assists, 359 rebounds and 256 steals, which put her second, first, eighth and fourth, respectively, in the Colts Neck record books … holds the Colts Neck single game records for points (37), assists (13), field goals made (14) and free throws made (15) … Colts Neck record holder in season assists (171) … had her jersey retired, becoming the first player (girl or boy) at Colts Neck to receive such an honor … 2010 State Group IV Finals MVP, Asbury Park Press all-Shore first team and was named the MVP of the state senior all star game … 2010 all-district, coaches’ all-shore, coaches’ all-division and all-district first team … Star Ledger all-Group IV and all-country first team, all-senior second team and all-star third team … 2009 second team all-state, first team all-group, first team all-county and first team all-Shore … averaged 13 points, 4.5 assists and 2.5 rebounds per contest as a junior … started all 33 games … helped the Cougars to a 29-4 overall record, including an undefeated 12-0 mark in conference play … played for coach Jeanene Healy … helped the Cougars to the conference championship, the KBA Walt Disney Christmas tournament championship and the Group 4 state title where she was named the MVP in the championship … as a sophomore, guided the Cougars to a 28-2 record, an 11-1 conference mark and a Shore Conference championship … started all 30 games, averaging 15 points and 5.7 assists per contest … also shot 80 percent from free throw range and had 171 assists … set a new single season school record … first team all-Shore and all-county … second team all-state group 4 … set the single season scoring record at Colts Neck with 469 points as a freshman … second team all-Shore … first team all-county and second team all-state group 4 … averaged 18 points and 3.7 assists per game … Colts Neck went 19-7 and 10-2 in conference … played for the New Jersey Sting, coached by her father, Don. Personal: Daughter of Don and Donna Hampton … birthday is March 7 … has two brothers … father recieved offers from the Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Royals and tried out for the Minnesota Vikings … father attended Rutgers for football and Miami Dade for baseball … majoring in business management.

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If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be Dumb and Dumber How many songs are on your iPod? 390 My worst habit is: Biting the insides of my cheeks My game-day superstitions are: Wearing two pairs of socks

I’d love to trade places for a day with: Miley Cyrus The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t possess is: Being able to sing I’d want my last meal to be: Thanksgiving Three things I’d take to a deserted island are: Cell phone, knife, family

My one guilty pleasure is: Candy My celebrity crush is: Channing Tatum My friends would be surprised to know that: I golf

After graduation I hope to be: Successful The reality show I’d do best on is: Jersey Shore The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: Sandra Bullock Three words that best describe me are: Funny, ‘blonde,’ laid-back

Funniest team member: Sarah Miles or Asya Bussie I would love to have a shopping spree in: Bloomingdale’s

How often do you check Facebook? Every other day

I need to work on: Getting better each day Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Oliverio’s or Texas Roadhouse

Worst part of practice: Conditioning My proudest moment so far in life: Signing with WVU

Favorite midnight snack: Ice cream

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Fallston

Skilled newcomer who has a nice repertoire … can play perimeter very well with excellent handles … great rebounder and finisher … will fit in nicely in the Mike Carey defensive system … possesses great team mentality. In High School: Rated 154th-best prep player at Fallston High by All-Star Girl’s Report … four-time all-county … two-time all metro … 2009 Baltimore Sun all-Metro first team selection … 2009 Digital Sports Baltimore Metro coCell phone, a friend, and food Player of the Year … a member of the 2009 and 2010 AAA Maryland State championship teams … averaged a team-best My one guilty pleasure is: Eating Coldstone 15.8 points, 14.4 rebounds and 4.7 assists for the Cougars as a junior … through three years at Fallston, Harlee tallied My celebrity crush is: Ashton Kutcher 1,086 career points with 816 career rebounds under coach Michael McTeague … a 2008 Examiner all-Metro first team After graduation, I hope to be: Playing overseas … 2007-08 Baltimore Sun Player of the Year for Harford County … all-Metro second team … three-time North Carroll The reality show I’d do best on is: Made County Holiday Tournament MVP (2006-08) … averaged 15.4 points and 10.0 rebounds per contest as a sophomore and Three words that best describe me are: Outgoing, 12 points and 7.5 rebounds as a freshman … played AAU for coach Aggie McCormick-Dix for the Fairfax Stars, one of the nation’s premier AAU teams. friendly and fun Personal: Daughter of James and Mary Harlee … birthday is May 4 … has one sister … majoring in chemical Funniest team member: Sarah Miles engineering. You would never catch me: Cheering for the

I’d love to trade places for a day with: Usher The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t possess is: Dancing I’d want my last meal to be: Crab Three things I’d take to a deserted island are:

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I need to work on: Getting stronger Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Chili’s My proudest moment so far in life: Winning the

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Fresno, Calif. Fresno

If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be: Friday After Next How many songs are on your iPod? None (I don’t have one)

My worst habit is: Smacking my lips I’d want my last meal to be: Chicken Alfredo Three things I’d take to take to a deserted Athletic, combo guard who was team’s first off the bench island are: Food, water, toothbrush/toothpaste last year … excellent ball-handling skills … can create My one guilty pleasure is: Shopping even when I opportunities for her teammates … excellent perimeter

shooter from 3-point range … able to get to the rim and finish in traffic. At West Virginia (2009-10): Played in all 35 games with two starts … eight double-figure scoring games … third on team in 3-pointers made … fifth in minutes played … second on team in assists … career-best 17 points on 5-of-12 shooting with four 3-pointers in home victory over Louisville … 16 points on 5-of-7 shooting, four assists and two 3-pointers in victory over Marshall … 13 points with three 3-pointers in Preseason WNIT quarterfinal victory over Marist … 12 points on all 3-pointers in key road win at Pitt … career-best six rebounds with seven points in Villanova win … 12 points with six rebounds and career-high six assists at Ohio State … 11 points and five rebounds in key victory at St. John’s … 10 points in home win over DePaul … 10 points and a perfect 5-of-5 from the free throw line in Longwood victory. At West Virginia (2008-09): Played in seven games, coming off the bench, before suffering season-ending knee injury against Mercyhurst … two double-figure scoring games … played 20 minutes or more in three contests … career-best 14 points on a perfect 5-of-5 shooting day, including hitting four 3-pointers … 12 points on 4-of-7 shooting with a 4-of-4 performance from the free throw line in Northeastern win … 8 points in Florida International win in 22 minutes played … seven points with four rebounds in season-opening win against NCCU. Career Notes: Tied with five others for most single season most games played in school history. At Fresno City College (2006-08): Averaged 14.6 points, 5.9 assists, 5.1 rebounds, 2.8 steals per game and shot 43.8 percent from the field in two seasons with the Rams … helped school to 35-3 mark in 2008, the best record in school history … school also went 10-0 in league play … named all-state as a sophomore … two-time all-Central Valley Conference … scored 41 points, grabbed eight rebounds and dished out five assists in Fresno’s narrow semi final loss to Mt. San Antonio College last season. Personal: Daughter of Rosalee and Kelvin House … birthday is March 4 … one of eight children in family … has two brothers and five sisters … majoring in multi-disciplinary studies.

House’s Career Highs Points Minutes FGM FGA FG% 3FGM 3FGA 3FG%

17, Louisville (1-30-10) 35, Duquesne (11-24-09) 5, five times, last Louisville (1-30-10) 13, DePaul, (1-9-10) 1.000 (5-5), NJIT (11-28-08) 4, three times, last Louisville (1-30-10) 4, two times, last Brown (11-29-08) 1.000 (4-4), NJIT (11-28-08)

FTM FTA FT% Rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals

VANESSA HOUSE’S CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS

Year GP GS 2008-09 7 0 2009-10 35 2 Totals 42 2

Min 113 851 964

Avg 16.1 24.3 23.0

FG 17 83 100

FGA 35 219 254

Pct .486 .379 .394

3FG 3FGA Pct 6 19 .316 38 115 .330 44 134 .328

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My celebrity crush is: Trey Songz After graduation I hope to be: A successful WNBA player

The reality show I’d do best on is: Wipeout Coach Carey’s favorite line is: “Are you kidding me?”

The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: Sanaa Lathan Three words that best describe me are: Smiley, nice, ambitious

Funniest team member: Asya Bussie You would never catch me: Wasting food I would love to have a shopping spree in: BCBG How often do you check Facebook? Once a day I need to work on: Smiling when I get yelled at Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Ruby Tuesdays Worst part of practice: Getting on the treadmill My proudest moment so far in life: Being successful in school

Favorite midnight snack: Cereal

5, Longwood (12-12-09) 6, at St. John’s (1-2-09) 1.000 (5-5), Longwood (12-12-09) 6, two times, last Villanova (1-12-10) 6, at Ohio State (11-19-09) 5, DePaul (1-9-10) 1, five times, last Seton Hall (1-27-10) 4, two times, last Towson (11-13-09)

FT FTA Pct Off Def 6 7 .857 9 8 30 45 .667 27 64 36 52 .692 36 72

Tot 17 91 108

Avg 2.4 2.6 2.6

PF FO Ast 8 0 3 37 0 69 45 0 72

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 10 0 8 46 6.6 45 5 35 234 6.7 55 5 43 280 6.7

VANESSA HOUSE’S CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICAL TOTALS

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 16 0 370 23.1 38 102 .373 21 53 .396 12 23 .522 14 35 49 3.1 20 0 24 23 2 11 109 6.8

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My boo, family and unlimited food

My celebrity crushes are: Trey Songz and Chris Brown

After graduation I hope to be: a WNBA star The reality show I’d do best on is: Charmed School

The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: Sanaa Lathan Three words that best describe me are: Sexy, goofy, confident

Funniest team member: Asya Bussie You would never catch me doing: Nothing because I’m always doing something

I would love to have a shopping spree in: In a shoe store for Jordans

How often do you check Facebook? Every day I need to work on: Passes and floaters Worst part of practice: Weights Favorite midnight snack: Strawberry banana

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Explosively talented junior college transfer looking to make an immediate impact this season … lightning quick with the ball … great penetrator with a capable perimeter jump shot. At Chipola College (2009-10): State Farm Coaches’junior college first team All-American … all-Panhandle Conference … led the NJCAA Region 8 in scoring, averaging 21.4 points per game in 24 contests played … ninth in league field goal percentage (37.6 percent) … FCCAA women’s basketball player of the week (Feb. 23) after averaging 34 points in her final three games of the season … scored 39 vs. Pensacola, 31 vs. Northwest Florida State and 32 vs. Tallahassee during that span. At Indiana State (2008-09): Averaged 8.8 points and 2.7 rebounds per contest for the Sycamores … appeared in 24 games with six starts … 10 double figure scoring efforts … career-best 32 points in loss at Southern Illinois … was 11of-23 from the field and 5-of-9 from 3-point range … had 22 points on 9-of-14 shooting in prior victory against Evansville … named State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Newcomer of the Week for her efforts … also garnered the award on Jan. 26 … 18 points against Southern Illinois in first meeting of the season on Jan. 22 … 16 points against Illinois State on 5-of-8 shooting from the field and free throw line … 15 points in loss at Ball State … 15 points, including 9-10 from free throw line, in win at Bradley. In High School: Named 2008 Illinois honorable mention all-state ... three-time Lake County Conference MVP and threetime tournament MVP ... notched 564 points as a senior ... scored a career-high 38 points last season against North Chicago and scored 36 points against Warren ... led team in points, rebounds, steals and assists as a senior ... averaged 18.8 points, 4.9 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 3.9 steals. Personal: Daughter of James and Patricia Jarrett … birthday is April 23 … has three sisters and one brother … majoring in multi-disciplinary studies.

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The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t possess is: To dunk I’d want my last meal to be: Chicken Three things I’d take to a deserted island are:

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OUTLOOK

and over and checking my door 10 times or more (I’m kind of obsessive compulsive) My game-day superstitions are: Listening to R. Kelly over and over I’d love to trade places for a day with: Kobe Bryant

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If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be Love and Basketball How many songs are on your iPod? 2,000 My worst habit is: Asking the same question over

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COACHING STAFF PROFILES OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST

Talented combo guard who came into her own last season as a true point guard … one of the nation’s elite point guards … one of the team’s go-to players … excellent perimeter player ... great quickness with a lightning first-step ... great on-court vision ... has tremendous scoring potential … complete, allaround player. At West Virginia (2009-10): In first year ever as a point guard, led the BIG EAST in steals (95) and assists (200) en route to being named the BIG EAST’s Defensive Player of the Year … all-BIG EAST second team … all-BIG EAST tournament team … WBCA All-Region I nominee for State Farm Coaches’ All-America team … 11th nationally in assists per game … 24th nationally in steals per game … 33rd nationally in assistturnover ratio (1.87) … BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Dec. 21) … BIG EAST leader in assists (200/5.9) and steals (95/2.8) … third in league assist-turnover ratio (1.9) … eighth in BIG EAST minutes per game (34.8) … posted the most steals by a Mountaineer in a season since 1996 … 18 double-figure scoring games … 20 games with six assists or more … started all 34 games she appeared in … season-high 18 points, on 7-of-15 shooting, in BIG EAST semifinal victory against Rutgers … 17 points, including 7-of-8 from the free throw line, in Louisville win … 16 points, including 10-of-14 from the free throw line, with six steals in home Rutgers win … career-best 10 assists, with nine points and five rebounds, in win at USF … 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting, including perfect 3-of-3 from 3-point range, with six assists and six steals in Fresno State win … 15 points on 7-of-13 shooting in NCAA second round game against San Diego State … 15 points and seven assists in Nugget Classic championship game victory at Nevada … 13 points, nine assists and six steals in key win at Pitt … 13 points and eight assists in Marquette win … 12 points, nine assists and five rebounds in Preseason WNIT opening round win against Towson … 13 points, eight assists and six rebounds in UMBC win … 14 points at UConn … 12 points and nine assists in Radford victory … 11 points, seven rebounds and six assists in NCAA tournament first round win over Lamar … 13 points, eight rebounds and five assists in Seton Hall victory … 10 points and seven assists at Ohio State … nine points and nine assists at Notre Dame … eight assists, six rebounds, five steals and six points in Maine win.

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If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be: Love and Basketball How many songs are on your iPod? 585 My worst habit is: Biting my nails My game-day superstitions are: Put my right shoe on first and then the left

I’d love to trade places for a day with: Oprah The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t possess is: Singing I’d want my last meal to be: Chicken and shrimp alfredo

Three things I’d take to a deserted island are: a basketball, iPod, a fitted New Era cap

My one guilty pleasure is: Buying new cell phones My celebrity crush is: Will Smith My friends would be surprised to know that: I like hockey

After graduation I hope to be: Making money either playing basketball or fashion

The reality show I’d do best on is: I Love Money Coach Carey’s favorite line is: “Come out of your coma ‘Lizzy!’”

The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: Queen Latifah Three words that best describe me are: S Dot Miles

Funniest team member: Asya Bussie You would never catch me doing: Extra running I would love to have a shopping spree in: Mall

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How often do you check Facebook? Never I need to work on: My shooting Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Oliverio’s Worst part of practice: Extra running ‘punishment’ My proudest moment so far in life: Making it to

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Favorite midnight snack: Double stuffed Oreos

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Miles’ Career Highs

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27, Mercyhurst (12-3-08) 42, DePaul (3-7-09) 12, Mercyhurst (12-3-08) 17, two times, last Marshall (1-14-09) .706 (12-17), (12-3-08) 3, Fresno State (12-20-09) 6, Rutgers (3-8-10) 1.000 (3-3) Fresno State (12-20-09) 10, two times, last Rutgers (2-16-10) 14, Rutgers (2-16-10) 1.000 (7-7), Marshall (1-14-08) 10, two times, last (2-7-09) 10, at USF (2-20-10) 9, Notre Dame (3-2-09) 3, Syracuse (3-1-10) 6, three times, last Rutgers (2-16-10)

Miles’ Career 20-Point Games

At West Virginia (2008-09): Named BIG EAST’s Most Improved Player after a vote of the league’s coaches … 25th in BIG EAST scoring average … 15th in league field goal

percentage … fifth in league minutes per game … third on the team in points … second on squad in assists … team leader in free throw percentage … third in rebounds … second in minutes per game average … 22 double figure scoring efforts ... 11 perfect free throw shooting games … six 20-point efforts … two double-doubles … 13 straight double-figure scoring efforts from Dec. 30 to Feb. 15 … BIG EAST Player of the Week (Feb. 9) after guiding Mountaineers to victory at No. 5 and national runner-up Louisville during regular season … victory was highest-ranked road team the Mountaineers had ever defeated in program history … scored 22 points, on 8-of-13 shooting and a perfect 6-of-6 from the free throw line, with 10 rebounds in 39 minutes of action against the Cards … career-best 27 points with 10 caroms in home win over Mercyhurst … 21 points, on 8-of-15 shooting, with eight rebounds in narrow loss to DePaul in second round of BIG EAST Championship … 23 points on 8-of-17 shooting and 7-of-7 from the free throw line in win over Marshall … 22 points on 10-14 shooting with seven rebounds in Longwood win … 20 points against Seton Hall … 19 points, including career-best 10 free throws against Indiana … 19 points with eight rebounds in home win over Providence. At West Virginia (2007-08): Appeared in 16 games as a backup … averaged 1.8 points in 5.4 minutes per game … career-high 10 points on 5-of-5 shooting in home win against Presbyterian … four assists and two points in home win against St. Francis, Pa. … three points and three assists in home victory over Canisius in season opener. Career Notes: Fourth all-time in single season assists with 200 in 2010 … seventh in single season assist average at 5.9 in 2010 … sixth in single season minutes played in 2010 … 10th all-time in career steals with 172. In High School: Averaged 15 points, four assists and six rebounds as a senior at Sam Houston High ... guided Hurricanes to 30-5 record including a perfect 13-0 mark in conference play ... team advanced to second round of AAAA playoffs ... SAISD tournament MVP, all-District MVP and TABC all-Region as a senior ... Northside LoneStar all-Tournament Team ... San Antonio Express-News “Super Team” ... four-time first team all-district ... SAISD all-Tournament Team ... rated among the top 250 prep players according to All-Star Girl’s Report. Personal: Daughter of Janet Miles ... birthday is July 5 ... majoring in design studies.

SARAH MILES’ CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 16 33 34 83

GS 0 33 34 67

Min Avg 86 5.4 1139 34.5 1182 34.8 2407 29.0

FG 9 150 128 287

FGA 18 329 323 670

Pct .500 .456 .396 .428

3FG 3FGA Pct 0 1 .000 5 33 .152 8 33 .242 13 67 .194

SARAH MILES’ CAREER BIG EAST STATISTICAL TOTALS

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 5 16 16 37

GS 0 16 16 32

Min Avg 15 3.0 582 36.4 593 37.1 1190 32.2

FG 1 76 52 129

FGA 4 176 145 325

Pct .250 .432 .359 .397

3FG 3FGA Pct 0 0 .000 4 25 .160 2 12 .167 6 37 .162

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FT 11 97 80 188

FTA 18 136 109 263

Pct .611 .713 .734 .715

Off 4 44 19 67

Def 8 130 100 238

Tot 12 174 119 305

Avg 0.8 5.3 3.5 3.7

PF 4 88 70 162

FO 0 3 1 4

Ast 13 96 200 309

TO 7 109 107 223

Blk 0 12 19 31

Stl 7 70 95 172

Pts 29 402 344 775

Avg 1.8 12.2 10.1 9.3

FT 2 47 49 98

FTA 2 62 66 130

Pct 1.000 .758 .742 .754

Off 1 20 6 27

Def 1 60 49 110

Tot 2 80 55 137

Avg 0.4 5.0 3.4 3.7

PF FO Ast TO 1 0 0 0 50 2 42 55 35 1 95 58 86 3 137 113

Blk 0 2 10 12

Stl 0 34 44 78

Pts 4 203 155 362

Avg 0.8 12.7 9.7 9.8

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27 pts, 10 reb. Mercyhurst (12-3-08) 22 pts, 10 reb. at Louisville (2-7-09)

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Miles’ Double-Doubles

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Mercyhurst (12-3-09) vs. Marshall (1-14-09) Longwood (12-30-08) at Louisville (2-7-09) DePaul (3-7-09) Seton Hall (2-4-09)

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Liz REPELLA Senior Guard

Steubenville, Ohio Steubenville

If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be: The Hangover How many songs are on your iPod? 250 My worst habit is: Playing with my hair My game-day superstitions are: Having quiet time

PROFILES OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST

One of the BIG EAST’s premier players … multi-talented player who is aggressive on both ends of the court ... a true team leader … excellent student of the game ... can play the two-guard and small forward positions in the Mike Carey system ... excellent defender … plays with heart and hustle … will share co-captaincy duties this season with Madina Ali. At West Virginia (2009-10): ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA first team Academic All-American … all-BIG EAST first team performer (third Mountaineer in school history) … all-BIG EAST and Preseason WNIT all-tournament teams … 2010 co-captain … 11th in BIG EAST scoring (13.9) … eighth in BIG EAST 3-pointers made (2.0) … seventh in BIG EAST minutes per game (35.0) … team leader in scoring (487), minutes (1,226), field goals made (178), field goals attempted (455), 3-pointers made (70) and 3-pointers attempted (209) … third on team in rebounding (205/5.9), steals (49) and assists (40) … team leading seven 20-point games … four double-doubles … 29 double-figure scoring games … started every game of the season … BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Feb. 8) … season-high 25 points, including 4-for-4 from 3-point range, with 10 rebounds in win at Providence … scored her 1,000th career point in the win over the Friars, the 27th Mountaineer to reach that plateau … 24 points, including 5-of-7, from 3-point range in all 40 minutes of action at Notre Dame … 23 points, including 5-of-7 from 3-point range, with four assists and three rebounds in 38 minutes of action at Ohio State … 21 points, with five 3-pointers, and seven rebounds in win against Santa Clara … 21 points, and 5-of-6 from free throw line, in Fresno State win … 20 points, four 3-pointers, eight rebounds and five steals in Longwood victory … 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting with three 3-pointers and six rebounds in win at Cincinnati … 17 points and 12 rebounds in NCAA Second Round game against San Diego State … 15 points and 11 rebounds in NCAA First Round victory against Lamar … 13 points and 11 rebounds in Preseason WNIT quarterfinal victory against Marist … 17 points with

I’d love to trade places for a day with: Tim Tebow’s girlfriend

The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t possess is: Dancing! I’d want my last meal to be: Anything my mom cooks

Three things I’d take to a deserted island are: My mom, water, helicopter

My one guilty pleasure is: Chocolate and peanut butter

My celebrity crushes are: Tim Tebow and Brady Quinn

After graduation I hope to be: Successful Coach Carey’s favorite line is: “Get out of your coma, Liz!”

The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: Marge Simpson Three words that best describe me are: Intelligent, ditzy, happy

OPPONENT INFO

Funniest team member: Sarah Miles You would never catch me: Smoking I would love to have a shopping spree in: Bebe How often do you check Facebook? No comment I need to work on: Driving (my car) Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Los Mariachis Worst part of practice: Treadmill My proudest moment so far in life: Being a part of the WVU family

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Favorite midnight snack: Cereal

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LIZ REPELLA’S CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS

Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP 32 33 35 100

GS 0 33 35 68

Min Avg 345 10.8 1173 35.5 1226 35.0 2744 27.4

FG 41 190 178 409

FGA Pct 87 .471 492 .386 455 .391 1034 .396

3FG 3FGA Pct 11 29 .379 66 196 .337 70 209 .335 147 434 .339

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GP 16 16 16 48

GS 0 16 16 32

Min Avg 212 13.3 589 36.8 588 36.8 1389 28.9

FG 23 90 80 193

FGA 47 239 211 497

Pct .489 .377 .379 .388

3FG 3FGA Pct 8 17 .471 32 93 .344 30 898 .337 70 199 .352

FT 18 97 61 176

FTA 33 151 100 284

Pct .545 .642 .610 .620

Off 20 89 65 174

Def 34 179 140 353

Tot 54 268 205 527

Avg 1.7 8.1 5.9 5.3

PF 31 104 92 227

FO 0 4 1 6

Ast 14 44 40 98

TO 14 78 72 164

Blk 3 21 18 42

Stl Pts Avg 26 111 3.5 64 543 16.5 49 487 13.9 139 1141 11.4

FT 7 43 18 68

FTA 17 63 35 115

Pct .412 .683 .514 .591

Off 4 39 27 70

Def 22 84 58 164

Tot 26 123 85 234

Avg 1.6 7.7 5.3 4.9

PF 18 55 44 117

FO 0 3 1 4

Ast 10 16 17 43

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 12 3 11 61 3.8 37 8 30 255 15.9 27 8 20 208 13.0 76 19 61 524 10.9

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seven rebounds in season opener against Towson in opening round action of Preseason WNIT … 16 points, with four 3-pointers, in BIG EAST quarterfinal victory over DePaul … 15 points and four rebounds in Louisville victory … 13 points and three 3-pointers at Connecticut … 16 points and five rebounds in home victory over No. 23 Pitt … 11 points, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals in win over No. 14 Georgetown. At West Virginia (2008-09): All-BIG EAST second team performer … named BIG EAST’s Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence for women’s basketball … ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II first team … WVU team leader in points, points per game, rebounds, rebounds per game blocks and minutes played … one of just four BIG EAST players to be in top 10 in scoring in rebounding … ninth in BIG EAST points per game … seventh in league rebounding per game … eighth in league steals per game … ninth in 3-point field goals made per game … 14th in offensive rebounds per game … 7th in defensive rebounds per contest … third in league Repella’s 20-Point Games minutes per game played … three-time BIG EAST weekly honor roll honoree … 30 double-figure scoring 34 USF (2-21-09) efforts … 12 double-doubles … nine 20-point contests … 16-game double-figure scoring streak from Nov. 27 Coppin State (3-19-09) 16 to Jan. 17 … 21 35-minute plus contests … career-best 34 points on 10-of-17 shooting with five 3-pointers and 9-of-10 shooting from the free throw in regular season home victory over eventual WNIT champion USF 25 at Providence (2-6-10) … 27 points on 10-of-23 shooting with career-best six 3-pointers in WNIT first round victory over Coppin State 24 at Notre Dame (1-24-10) … 23 points on 8-of-14 shooting with four 3-pointers in win at Santa Clara … 23 points and career-best 14 23 at Ohio State (11-19-09) rebounds in win over Northeastern … 15 points and 14 rebounds in 39 minutes of action in win at No. 5 and 23 at Santa Clara (12-22-08) national runner-up Louisville … 21 points and nine rebounds in narrow loss to DePaul in BIG EAST Tournament 23 Northeastern (11-18-08) second round game … 21 points, with five 3-pointers and 10 caroms in Florida International home win … 21 Santa Clara (12-30-09) 21 points and 12 rebounds in home win over Duquesne … 20 points at Marquette … 20 points in home loss versus Indiana … 10 points and 11 rebounds in New Jersey Tech victory … 11 points and 13 rebounds in win at 21 Fresno State (12-20-09) Fresno State … 19 points and 13 rebounds against Cincinnati … 13 points and 12 rebounds against St. John’s 21 vs. DePaul (3-7-09) … 15 points and 14 rebounds in win at national runner-up and No. 5 Louisville … 13 points and 12 rebounds 21 Duquesne (12-7-08) in Providence win … 15 points and 10 rebounds in win against Friars in BIG EAST Tournament first round … 21 Florida International (11-22-08) averaged 17 points, 11 rebounds and four steals in the Baja Friendship Tour of Barbados in summer of 2008 … 20 at Cincinnati (2-23-10) team went 4-1. 20 Longwood (12-12-09) At West Virginia (2007-08): Appeared in 32 of WVU’s 33 games as a freshman, fourth most by a newcomer 20 at Marquette (2-15-09) in school history … averaged 10.8 minutes per game … career-best 13 points in home wins over Villanova 20 Indiana (12-13-08) and Presbyterian … was 5-of-7 from the field with five rebounds and two blocks against the Wildcats … was 4-of-10 with five rebounds and two steals against the Blue Hose … 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting in win at Cincinnati … eight critical points off the bench in home win over No. 4 Rutgers … helped fill the void left from Repella’s Double-Doubles injured Meg Bulger in Scarlet Knights victory … nine points in home wins over Georgetown and Canisius … six 34 pts, 13 reb. USF (2-21-09) rebounds against the Golden Griffins. 27 pts, 10 reb. Coppin State (3-19-09) In High School: First-team all-Ohio as a senior at 25 pts, 10 reb. Providence (2-6-10) Steubenville High ... scored 2,065 career points 23 pts, 14 reb. Northeastern, (11-18-08) during prep career, the most of any girl or boy 21 pts., 12 reb. Duquesne (12-7-08) in Steubenville Big Red history … 2007 Eastern 21 pts, 10 reb. FIU (11-22-08) District co-Player of the Year ... captained allOVAC team ... 2006 Division II co-Player of the 19 pts, 13 reb. Cincinnati (1-7-09) Year ... three-time all-Eastern District ... all-Ohio 17 pts, 12 reb. vs. San Diego State (3-23-10) second team a sophomore ... all-Ohio third team 15 pts, 14 reb. at Louisville (2-7-09) as a freshman ... scored more than 1,800 career 15 pts, 11 reb vs. Lamar (3-21-10) points ... ranked 63rd-best player nationally by 15 pts, 10 reb vs. Providence (3-6-09) Hoop Girls and 101st by All-Star Girl’s Report. 13 pts, 12 reb St. John’s (1-24-09) Career Notes: Has made 68 career and 13 pts, 12 reb Providence (2-10-09) consecutive starts … set school record for 13 pts, 11 reb Marist (11-16-09) games played and started in 2010 … scored 1,000th career point in win at Providence (2010) 11 pts, 13 reb. at Fresno State (12-20-08) … 27th Mountaineer to reach 1,000 point club, 10 pts, 11 reb. NJIT (11-28-08) currently in 21st place entering 2010-11 season … seventh all-time in career 3-point field goals made and attempted … 10th in single season 3-pointers made in 2010 … on pace to reach top 10 in career rebounding this season … 15th all-time with 16 20-point games … 10th all-time with 16 career double-doubles. Personal: Daughter of Gary and Maddelena Repella ... father played basketball collegiately at Ohio State … birthday is Aug. 6 ... has one brother and one sister ... majoring in pharmacy ... nickname is “Rep” … BIG EAST Academic All Star … Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll.

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34, USF (2-21-09) 44, DePaul (3-7-09); at Georgetown (2-18-09) 10, Coppin State (3-19-09); USF (2-21-09) 23, Coppin State (3-19-09); USF (2-21-09) .500 (8-16), Northeastern (11-18-08) 6, Coppin State (3-19-09) 13, Coppin State (3-19-09) .625 (5-8), USF (2-21-09) 9, USF (2-21-09) 10, USF (2-21-09) .900 (9-10), USF (2-21-09) 14, Providence (2-7-09); Northeastern (11-18-08) 6, Brown (11-29-08) 6, two times, last vs. Lamar (3-21-10) 3, three times, last time Marquette (2-27-10) 6, Seton Hall (2-4-09)

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Points/Rebounds 543 points, 268 rebounds 522 points, 284 rebounds 502 points, 263 rebounds 511 points, 348 rebounds

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Player Liz Repella Lisa Szymczak Donna Abbott Georgeann Wells

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Repella’s Career Highs

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Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Mt. Vernon

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If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be: Love and Basketball How many songs are on your iPod? 2,324 My worst habit is: I’m impatient My game-day superstitions are: Listening to “Gametime” playlist on my iPod

I’d love to trade places for a day with: Diana Taurasi

The talent I’d most like to have that I don’t possess is: Singing Talented player ready to contribute to the program immediately … excellent perimeter shot, and good ball- I’d want my last meal to be: My mom’s mac and

PROFILES OUTLOOK

handler … ready to make an immediate impact. In High School: As a senior at Mt. Vernon High, averaged 15.6 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game … guided the Knights to a 21-4 record as a senior, including a 9-1 league mark … rated the 90th-best player in the country according to Dan Olson’s Collegiate Basketball Report … played for Patrice-Wallace Moore, wife of former WVU men’s basketball player and WVU Hall of Fame member Lowes Moore … averaged 16.2 points and 4.0 assists per game as a junior … twotime all-league and all-section selection, which included the top 55 players in a five county area in 2008 and only the top 35 in 2009 … sixth team all-state selection and a second team all-Journal News performer in 2009 … helped the Knights to a 2009 sectional championship and was an all-tournament tournament recipient for efforts in the class 1AA (the highest class in the section in New York) … also garnered sixth team all-state accolades … played AAU for the New York Gauchos, under the direction of Earl Elliotte. Personal: Daughter of Joseph and Danyette Palmer … birthday is Oct. 16 … has one sister, Janay…majoring in accounting … attended same high school as current men’s player Kevin Jones.

cheese, fried chicken and apple pie

Three things I’d take to a deserted island are: Phone, family, food/water

My one guilty pleasure is: Häagen-Dazs My celebrity crush is: Trey Songz After graduation I hope to be: Successful and wealthy

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The reality show I’d do best on is: The Real World Coach Carey’s favorite line is: “Wow!” The actress that would play me in a movie about my life would be: Sanaa Lathan Three words that best describe me are: Outspoken, fun, determined

Funniest team member: Everybody is funny You would never catch me doing: Fighting I would love to have a shopping spree in: The Towson Town Center Mall

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How often do you check Facebook? Every day I need to work on: Thinking before I speak and running

Favorite Morgantown Restaurant: Oliverio’s Worst part of practice: Treadmill My proudest moment so far in life: Full scholarship

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Talented, multi-purpose guard who sat out last season in compliance with NCAA transfer rules after coming to WVU from South Carolina … excellent shooter who will look to contribute immediately this season. At West Virginia (2009-10): Sat out season in compliance with NCAA transfer rules. I can cook At South Carolina (2008-09): Played in 11 games for the Gamecocks … averaged 11.5 minutes, 5.4 points and 4.1 After graduation I hope to be: In the WNBA rebounds per game … career-best 13 points came in first career start at Arkansas. The reality show I’d do best on is: Top Chef In High School: Class 5A player of the year and first-team all-state as a senior … helped team to three straight regional Coach Carey’s favorite line is: “You all look like a championships … averaged 20 points and 11 rebounds per game as a junior, earning a spot on the Georgia Writers Association all-state team … netted 37 points against highly-regarded Stephenson High in the Class 5A state playoffs … bunch of prima donnas!” The actress that would play me in a movie about played for the Nike Elite AAU team. Personal: Daughter of Janice and Vern Williams … birthday is Sept. 18 … has one brother … majoring in premy life would be: Queen Latifah criminology and investigations. Three words that best describe me are: Funny,

Two things I’d take to take to a deserted island are: Cell phone and iPod My one guilty pleasure is: Shopping My friends would be surprised to know that:

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Funniest team member: Sarah Miles You would never catch me doing: Nothing I would love to have a shopping spree in: Atlanta How often do you check Facebook? Every other

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If I could watch one movie on loop forever, it would be Friday How many songs are on your iPod? 849 My worst habit is Burping out loud I’d love to trade places for a day with: LeBron

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The West Virginia women’s basketball team speaks out about captains Liz Repella and Madina Ali.

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THE PLAYERS THE SENIOR FORCE: AN EXPERIENCED GROUP

Returning all five starters and eight letterwinners from a 2009-10 season that recorded the most wins in a season in program history, the 2010-11 campaign features a much experienced roster. Senior captains Liz Repella and Madina Ali will lead a force of five seniors including Korinne Campbell, Vanessa House and Sarah Miles. As far as experience goes, Repella leads the team as she has made 68 career and consecutive starts. She set the school record in 2010 for most games played and most started and had two games with a career-high 44 minutes played last season. Repella has tallied 2,744 minutes in her career, including 1,226 last season, and was responsible for over 20 percent (487 points) of West Virginia’s scoring in 2009-10. A co-captain with Ali last season, Repella served as the team’s scoring leader averaging 13.9 points per game. She also recorded the most field goals made (178), most field goal attempts (455), made the most 3-point shots (70) and attempted the most from beyond the arc (209). Also contributing a majority of the Mountaineers’ points last season, Campbell started 34 games, averaging 10.5 ppg and 7.4 rebounds per game. She was the team’s leader in doubledoubles (6) and rebounds (259), and finished behind Repella with the second-highest scoring average (10.5 ppg), 3-pointers made (44) and offensive rebounds (93). Proving to be an offensive threat with the third-highest scoring average last season (10.1 ppg), Miles also returns as a threat defensively after earning the BIG EAST’s Defensive Player of the Year honors in her first year as a point guard.

Miles led the league in steals and assists as she tallied 95 and 200, respectively, the most steals in program history since 1996. Miles started 34 games and tallied five double-doubles last season. Ali played in all 35 games at forward, earning 34 starts with eight double-digit scoring games. She had the second-highest rebounding average (7.0 rpg), pulling down 246 total boards. House rounds out the senior lineup as she appeared in all 35 games last season with eight doublefigure scoring games. House recorded the third most 3-pointers for the Mountaineers as she was 38-of115 (33.0) from downtown.

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Sophomore Aysa Bussie returns with 35 starts from last season. A unanimous selection to the all-BIG EAST freshman team, Bussie returns for the 2010-11 season after setting the freshman record for single-season blocks (72). Bussie’s blocks last season went down in WVU record books as the fourth-most in a single season and the most of any Mountaineer in a season since 1972. The young center also poses an offensive threat as she held the third-highest scoring average (10.1) with Miles and the second highest field-goal percentage (47.2), as she went 116-for-246 last season.

LAST SEASON’S LONE SOPHOMORE

Last season, Natalie Burton was the lone sophomore, but is joined by junior-transfer Bianca Jarrett this season. Burton appeared in all 35

MADINA ALI games last season, tallying at least 10 minutes in 19 games. The Perth, Australia, native has played in 68 games as a Mountaineer with 31 career starts. At center, Burton held the highest field-goal percentage of 53.3 (40-of-75) in the 2009-10 season.

FAMILIAR FACES

Fans may notice a pair of familiar faces, but cannot recall either player ever stepping foot on the court. Redshirt-sophomores Ayana Dunning and Tonia Williams were a part of the team last season, but were unable to participate due to NCAA transfer rules. Dunning, a 6-foot-3 center, transferred from LSU where she played in 23 games with nine starts in the 2008-09 season. Dunning averaged 5.1 ppg, 4.2 rpg and 13.7 minutes for the Tigers. Williams, a 6-foot-1 guard, transferred from South Carolina where she played in 11 games during the 2008-09 season.

NEWCOMERS

The Mountaineers welcome four others to the 2010-11 roster as Jarrett transferred from Chipola College and true freshmen Brooke Hampton, Jessica Harlee and Taylor Palmer join the team. At guard, Hampton comes from Colts Neck, N.J., where she held the Colts Neck single-game records for points (37), assists (13), field goals made (14) and free throws made (15), in addition to the single-season record for assists (171). Jarrett and Palmer also will compete for time at guard as Jarrett led the NJCAA Region 8 in scoring, averaging 21.4 ppg in 24 contests played, and Palmer averaged 15.6 ppg, 4.4 rpg and 3.0 apg as a senior at Mt. Vernon High in New York. Harlee joins the Mountaineers as a forward out of Fallston High in Maryland. The 6-foot-0 true freshman was a part of the 2009 and 2010 AAA Maryland State championship teams and tallied over 1,000 points (1,086) and 816 rebounds in her three-year high school career.

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and Athlon Sports polls, eight of the Mountaineers’ 2010-11 opponents received preseason rankings. BIG EAST teams Connecticut, Georgetown, Notre Dame, Rutgers and St. John’s earned a preseason ranking, and non-conference opponents to earn a ranking were TCU, Virginia and Iowa State; all are a part of the Paradise Jam preseason tournament held in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas.

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While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad‑based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student‑athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. In 2009-10, the BIG EAST had one significant change. Tranghese stepped down from his position on June 30, 2009. John Marinatto, who had served as senior associate commissioner, moved into the Commissioner’s chair and continued to steer the conference on its path of success. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student‑athletes. The conference has enjoyed longstanding relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past seven years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. More than 575 BIG EAST student-athletes have earned all‑America recognition and dozens have won individual NCAA national championships. The BIG EAST has been well‑represented in U.S. or foreign national and Olympic teams. Several athletes earned gold medals. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes.

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The BIG EAST has continued to produce studentathletes who are at the forefront of athletic and academic achievement. In 2009-10, 22 BIG EAST players from 10 schools were chosen to their respective ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica Teams. Over 400 student-athletes have earned academic all-America honors. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing. The new schools were: University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain almost one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 28 national championships in six different sports and 128 student-athletes have won individual national titles. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’0203, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. In men’s basketball, BIG EAST squads have won three of the last 12 NCAA championships. BIG EAST women’s teams have taken seven of the last 11 NCAA titles. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. In 2009-10, the BIG EAST added men’s lacrosse to its growing list of sports, which increased its total to 24 sport championships. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven‑school alliance.

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The 2010-11 academic year will be the 32nd in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2010-11 year will mark the conference’s sixth straight with the same 16-member group, the nation’s largest Division I-A conference. The BIG EAST Conference’s goals have always been the same. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes. The 2009-10 year was no different. Seven BIG EAST student-athletes were named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners. Maya Moore, Connecticut’s women’s basketball standout, won the NCAA Honda-Broderick Award as the nation’s top female student-athlete. She also was named the ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerican of the Year for women’s basketball. Moore was the fifth BIG EAST women’s student-athlete to win the Honda-Broderick Award. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Connecticut women’s basketball team won its second straight national championship and its seventh overall crown. The Villanova women’s cross country team also won the NCAA title. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team reached the NCAA College Cup for the second straight year. The Syracuse women’s lacrosse squad reached the Final Four. On the men’s side, West Virginia’s basketball team became the BIG EAST’s 16th team to reach the NCAA Final Four and won the conference’s academic achievement award. The Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team advanced to the NCAA championship game. Individually, three BIG EAST student-athletes won NCAA titles. Cincinnati’s Josh Schneider won the 50 freestyle in men’s swimming. In track, Louisville’s D’Ana McCarty repeated as the NCAA indoor winner in the weight throw. Louisville’s Matt Hughes won the 3,000 steeplechase. Another Cardinal, Austen Childs, was the national runner-up in men’s tennis singles. BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a competitively balanced group. Cincinnati won its second straight league championship in 2009 and compiled an undefeated regular season. The Bearcats finished third in the final Bowl Championship Series standings. Six of the league’s eight squads went to bowl games and helped the BIG EAST post a 4-2 bowl record. Rutgers, one of the bowl winners, also was recognized for having the nation’s highest NCAA APR rating, which measures academic success.

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE ACHIEVEMENTS SINCE 1979-80

• Twenty-eight national team champions and 128 NCAA individual champions. • Sixteen Final Four appearances in men’s basketball, including NCAA titles by Connecticut in 1999 and 2004, Syracuse in 2003, Villanova in 1985 and Georgetown in 1984. • NCAA women’s basketball titles by Connecticut in 1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009 and 2010 and Notre Dame in 2001. • Sixteen Final Four appearances in women’s basketball (Connecticut 1991, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010; Notre Dame 1997, 2001; Rutgers 2000, 2007; Louisville 2009). • National championships in football by Miami in 1991 and 2001. • Eight NCAA women’s cross country titles for Villanova, including the 2009 championship, and an NCAA-record six straight from 1989‑94. • NCAA men’s soccer titles by St. John’s in 1996 and Connecticut in 2000. • NCAA women’s soccer titles by Notre Dame in 1995 and 2004. • NCAA women’s cross country title by Providence in 1995. • Appearances in the NCAA Men’s College World Series by Notre Dame in 2002 and Louisville in 2007. • NCAA Women’s College World Series appearances by Connecticut in 1993 and DePaul in 2007. • Two NCAA Woman of the Year award winners (Nnenna Lynch, Villanova, 1993; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1995). • Five Honda-Broderick Cup winners recognizing collegiate athletic achievement among women (Vicki Huber, Villanova, 1988-89; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1994-95; Jennifer Rizzotti, Connecticut, 1995-96; Cindy Daws, Notre Dame, 1996-97; Maya Moore, Connecticut, 2009-10). • The 1992 Heisman Trophy Winner (Gino Torretta, Miami). • Seven women’s basketball Wade Trophy winners (Shelly Pennefather, Villanova, 1987; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1995; Jennifer Rizzotti, Connecticut, 1996; Sue Bird, Connecticut, 2002, Diana Taurasi, 2003; Maya Moore, Connecticut, 2009 and 2010). • Two consensus National Players of the Year in men’s basketball (Walter Berry, St. John’s, 1986; Patrick Ewing, Georgetown, 1985). • Four Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy winners as the national men’s soccer player of the year (Chris Gbandi, Connecticut, 2000; Chris Wingert, St. John’s, 2003; Joseph Lapira, Notre Dame, 2006; O’Brian White, Connecticut, 2007). • Four Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy winners as the national women’s soccer player of the year (Cindy Daws, Notre Dame, 1996; Anne Makinen, Notre Dame, 2000; Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame, 2006 and 2008) and two NSCAA Division I Players of the Year (Jennifer Renola, Notre Dame, 1996; Sarah Whalen, Connecticut, 1997).

• The 2002 National Player of the Year (Erin Elbe, Georgetown) in women’s lacrosse. • Two members of the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame (Dr. Leigh Curl, Connecticut ’85; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut ‘95). • Thirty-one WBCA First Team All‑Americans in women’s basketball. • Twenty-four consensus all-America first team selections in men’s basketball. • Thirty-nine consensus all-America selections in football. • 2006 Winter Olympian in the bobsled. • 2004 Olympians (U.S. and others) in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming & diving and men’s and women’s track & field. • 2000 Olympians (U.S. and others) in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s diving, men’s and women’s track & field, women’s soccer and men’s and women’s swimming. • 1996 Olympians (U.S. and others) in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s track & field, field hockey, men’s pentathlon, women’s soccer and women’s swimming. • 1992 Olympians (U.S. and others) in men’s basketball, men’s track and field and women’s swimming. • 1988 Olympians (U.S. and others) in baseball, men’s basketball and men’s and women’s track and field. • 1984 Olympians in men’s track and field, women’s swimming and men’s basketball. • Forty-two top five NCAA team finishes in men’s and women’s track and field. • Fifty-nine NCAA individual event champions and 10 relay event champions in women’s track and field. • Thirty-two NCAA individual event champions and 10 relay champions in men’s track and field. • Thirty-one top-10 NCAA team finishes and 21 top-10 individual finishes in men’s cross country. • Fifty-seven top-10 NCAA team finishes and 46 top-10 individual finishes in women’s cross country. • Eight NCAA individual champions in women’s cross country and one NCAA individual champion in men’s cross country. • Twenty-three NCAA individual event champions in men’s and women’s swimming & diving. • National Academic All-American of the Year in softball (3), women’s basketball (3), women’s soccer (2), men’s basketball (2) men’s soccer (1) and women’s cross country and track (1).

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Maya Moore - Connecticut

BIG EAST Staff

NAME TITLE John Marinatto...................................................................................................Commissioner Nicholas V. Carparelli, Jr....................Senior Associate Commissioner (Football & Marketing) Joseph F. D’Antonio, Jr., Esq........Senior Associate Commissioner (Compliance & Governance) Donna DeMarco Egan.................................Senior Associate Commissioner (Administration) Danielle M. Donehew....................................Associate Commissioner (Women’s Basketball) Daniel G. Gavitt....................................................Associate Commissioner (Men’s Basketball) Thomas R. Odjakjian....Associate Commissioner (Television & Men’s Basketball Scheduling) John Paquette.....................................................Associate Commissioner (Communications) James A. Siedliski..................................................Associate Commissioner (Olympic Sports) Jennifer M. Condaras.................................................Assistant Commissioner for Compliance Barbara M. Jacobs.....................Assistant Commissioner for Women’s Basketball Officiating Benjamin E. Fairclough.......................................................Senior Director of External Affairs Kristen D. Brown....................................................................Director of Sport Administration Susan S. Eaton................................................................................Director of Business Affairs Mark A. Hodgkin...........................................................................Director of Internet Services Shawn P. Murphy.......................................................Director of Men’s Basketball Operations Sara Naggar..................................................................................Director of Communications Charles V. Sullivan.........................................................................Director of Communications Robert A. Weygand, Jr...........................................................Director of Sport Administration Michael A. Coyne..........................................................Assistant Director of Communications Sarah A. Emmett...................................................Assistant Director of Sport Administration Kenny A. Schank....................................................................Assistant Director of Compliance G. Arthur Hyland, Esq...........................................Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Kayla Alexander – Syracuse Asya Bussie – West Virginia^ Skylar Diggins – Notre Dame Kelly Farris – Connecticut Katherin Harry – DePaul^ Nadirah McKenith – St. John’s Sugar Rodgers – Georgetown^ KaNeisha Saunders – USF Sarina Simmons – Marquette Shenneika Smith – St. John’s^ Laura Sweeney – Villanova Carmen Tyson-Thomas - Syracuse ^Unanimous selections

NAME TITLE Terry McAulay.....................................................................Coordinator of Football Officiating Lisa Zanecchia...........................................................................Assistant to the Commissioner Lois A. DeBlois.................Senior Administrative Assistant for Administration and Basketball Wanda L. Factor..................................................................................Administrative Assistant Linda A. Yates..............................................................Administrative Assistant for Officiating Kathy Kirkpatrick................................................................................................... Receptionist Bernadette N. Bartlett............................................................................Administrative Fellow Jared G. Hager................................................................................Communications Assistant Katie E. Parker.................................................................................Communications Assistant Michael A. Costa....................................................Football & Video Administration Assistant Eddie Thiebe...................................................Olympic Sport/Sport Administration Assistant

The BIG EAST Conference 15 Park Row West | Providence, RI 02903 Switchboard: (401) BIG-EAST (244-3278) Communications: (401) 453-0660 Fax: (401) 274-5967 www.bigeast.org

COACHING STAFF PROFILES OUTLOOK

BIG EAST MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

HONORABLE MENTION

Korinne Campbell – West Virginia Chelsea Cole – Pitt Maria Getty – Pitt Jania Sims - Pitt

THE BIG EAST

Sarah Miles – West Virginia

ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM

Tina Charles – Connecticut^ Kalana Greene – Connecticut Jessica Lawson – USF Chelsea Marandola – Providence Nicole Michael – Syracuse Maya Moore – Connecticut^ Monique Reid – Louisville Liz Repella – West Virginia Sugar Rodgers – Georgetown Lindsay Schrader – Notre Dame Da’Shena Stevens – St. John’s

OPPONENT INFO

BIG EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2009-10 REVIEW

BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR

Geno Auriemma – Connecticut Mike Carey – West Virginia

Keisha Hampton – DePaul Tiffany Hayes – Connecticut Monica McNutt – Georgetown Sarah Miles – West Virginia Sam Quigley – DePaul Brittany Ray – Rutgers Angel Robinson – Marquette Kahla Roudebush – Cincinnati

THE RECORD BOOK

BIG EAST FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Sugar Rodgers - Georgetown

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Liz Repella – West Virginia Sarah Miles – West Virginia Maya Moore – Connecticut Tina Charles – Connecticut Skylar Diggins – Notre Dame Kalana Greene – Connecticut* *Most Outstanding Player

WVU

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Tina Charles - Connecticut

MEDIA INFO

All-Conference HONORS

MOUNTAINEERS

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BIG EAST Statistics

COACHING STAFF

2009-10 BIG EAST CONFERENCE ONLY INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team’s games. SCORING

PROFILES OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST

ASSISTS

## Player-Team Cl G Assists Avg/G 1. MILES, Sarah-WVU....................JR............16................95............5.94 2. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU...................JR............16................92............5.75 3. MCKENITH, Nadirah-STJ............FR............16................82............5.13 4. MORROW, Erica-SU...................JR............15................65............4.33 5. ROBINSON, Angel-MU..............JR............16................68............4.25 6. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ..........16................66............4.13 7. RUSHDAN, Khadijah-RU...........SO............16................65............4.06 8. WRIGHT, Rubylee-GU................SO............16................62............3.88 9. SAUNDERS, KeNeisha-USF........FR ..........15................56............3.73 10. LECHLITNER, Melissa-ND..........SR............16................54............3.38 11. ULIS, Shareese-CIN....................JR............16................52............3.25 12. HARRIS, Tasha-SU......................JR............15................47............3.13 13. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND...................FR............16................50............3.13 DOTY, Caroline-UCONN.............SO ..........16................50............3.13 15. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN...........SR............16................45............2.81 FULLER, Shanice-GU.................SR............16................45............2.81 SCOTT, Shayla-PITT....................JR............16................45............2.81

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OPPONENT INFO

## Player-Team Cl G FTM FTA Pct 1. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC...SR..........16..........52.............57...........912 2. BARLOW, Ashley-ND............SR..........16..........36.............40...........900 3. MCNUTT, Monica-GU........... JR..........16..........33.............37...........892 4. SIMS, Jania-PITT................... JR..........16..........62.............71...........873 5. MOORE, Maya-UCONN......... JR .........16..........44.............52...........846 6. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU.............. JR..........16..........58.............70...........829 REBOUNDING 7. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN......SR..........16..........53.............64...........828 ## Player-Team Cl G OFF DEF TOT Avg/G 8. CRAWFORD, Adria-GU..........SO.........16..........42.............51...........824 1. COLE, Chelsea-PITT...............JR.......16.......78.... 107.........185....... 11.6 9. PACHKO, Jessica-MU.............SO.........16..........53.............65...........815 2. LAWSON, Jessica-USF......... SR . ...16.......54.... 112.........166....... 10.4 10. RODGERS, Sugar-GU............FR..........16..........48.............59...........814 3. REID, Monique-LOU.............SO......16.......61.... 100.........161....... 10.1 11. BURKE, Becky-LOU...............SO.........16..........32.............40...........800 4. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN........ SR . ...16.......48.... 100.........148..........9.3 12. REID, Monique-LOU..............SO.........16..........99...........124...........798 5. MOORE, Maya-UCONN.........JR .....16.......41.... 104.........145..........9.1 13. MAGEE, Latia-GU..................SO.........16..........44.............57...........772 6. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ......SO......16.......43......95..........138..........8.6 14. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN.........SR ........16..........49.............64...........766 7. HARRY, Katherine-DPU....... FR......16.......48......85..........133..........8.3 15. ULIS, Shareese-CIN............... JR..........16..........32.............42...........762 8. MICHAEL, Nicole-SU............ SR......16.......35......94..........129..........8.1 STEALS 9. GREEN, Kandice-SHU..........SO......15.......45......75..........120..........8.0 ## Player-Team Cl G Steals Avg/G 10. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU...JR.......16.......42......78..........120..........7.5 1. MILES, Sarah-WVU....................JR............16................44............2.75 11. JONES, Michelle-CIN........... SR......16.......44......74..........118..........7.4 2. BARLOW, Ashley-ND.................SR............16................41............2.56 12. HINES, Keshia-LOU...............JR.......16.......39......77..........116..........7.3 MCKENITH, Nadirah-STJ............FR............16................41............2.56 13. ALI, Madina-WVU................JR.......16.......26......86..........112..........7.0 4. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND...................FR............16................36............2.25 LEE, Chelsey-RU...................SO......15.......36......69..........105..........7.0 ROBINSON, Angel-MU..............JR............16................36............2.25 15. CHESTER, Felicia-DPU...........JR.......16.......47......64..........111..........6.9 6. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ..........16................35............2.19 16. SCHRADER, Lindsay-ND...... SR......14.......27......65...........92...........6.6 7. RODGERS, Sugar-GU.................FR............16................34............2.13 17. MCCORVEY, Joy-STJ............. SR......16.......34......68..........102..........6.4 8. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU...................JR............16................33............2.06 18. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC.. SR......16.......37......63..........100..........6.3 9. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC........SR............16................32............2.00 19. PACHKO, Jessica-MU............SO......16.......30......68...........98...........6.1 MORROW, Erica-SU...................JR............15................30............2.00 20. SCOTT, Shayla-PITT...............JR.......16.......27......70...........97...........6.1 11. RUSHDAN, Khadijah-RU...........SO............16................31............1.94

MEDIA INFO

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game)

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## Player-Team Cl G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg/G 1. REID, Monique-LOU.............SO......16...108......0.......99.....315 19.7 2. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN........SR ....16...127......0.......49.....303 18.9 3. RODGERS, Sugar-GU...........FR......16....99..... 45......48.....291 18.2 4. MOORE, Maya-UCONN........JR . ...16...107.... 31......44.....289 18.1 5. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC..SR......16...103.... 30......52.....288 18.0 6. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN.....SR......16....82..... 29......53.....246 15.4 7. HAMPTON, Keisha-DPU......SO......16....85..... 18......56.....244 15.3 8. MICHAEL, Nicole-SU............SR......16....85..... 21......50.....241 15.1 9. LAWSON, Jessica-USF.........SR ....16....82.......0.......59.....223 13.9 10. BURKE, Becky-LOU..............SO......16....76..... 38......32.....222 13.9 DIGGINS, Skylar-ND.............FR......16....76..... 17......53.....222 13.9 12. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU.............JR......16....70..... 22......58.....220 13.8 SIMS, Jania-PITT..................JR......16....68..... 22......62.....220 13.8 14. REPELLA, Liz-WVU..............JR......16....80..... 30......18.....208 13.0 15. SMITH, Shenneika-STJ........FR......16....83.......4.......36.....206 12.9 16. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ......SO......16....76.......1.......49.....202 12.6 RAY, Brittany-RU..................SR......16....61..... 25......55.....202 12.6 18. ROBINSON, Angel-MU........JR......16....63.......7.......66.....199 12.4 19. MCNUTT, Monica-GU..........JR......16....61..... 39......33.....194 12.1 20. GREEN, Kandice-SHU..........SO......15....62.......0.......57.....181 12.1 21. HARRISON, Taneisha-PITT...JR......16....71..... 26......22.....190 11.9 22. WARD, Juantia-SU...............SR......16....61.......2.......65.....189 11.8 23. ULIS, Shareese-CIN..............JR......16....65..... 25......32.....187 11.7 24. WILLIAMS, Ebonie-SHU......JR......16....64..... 31......24.....183 11.4 25. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU..JR......16....64..... 23......31.....182 11.4 26. GREENE, Kalana-UCONN.....SR ....16....75.......6.......23.....179 11.2 27. GETTY, Maria-VU.................SR ....16....61..... 32......22.....176 11.0 28. SCHRADER, Lindsay-ND......SR......14....64.......0.......25.....153 10.9 29. PACHKO, Jessica-MU............SO......16....60.......1.......53.....174 10.9 30. BARLOW, Ashley-ND...........SR......16....56..... 25......36.....173 10.8

6. CHESTER, Felicia-DPU........... JR..........16..........74...........136...........544 7. MCMANMON, Kelly-STJ.......SR..........16..........52.............96...........542 8. ALEXANDER, Kayla-SU.........FR..........16..........49.............91...........538 9. MOORE, Maya-UCONN......... JR ........16.........107.........211...........507 10. JONES, Michelle-CIN............SR..........16..........69...........137...........504 11. BUTLER, Jaleesa-GU.............SR..........16..........55...........114...........482 12. BRUSZEWSKI, Becca-ND...... JR..........16..........64...........133...........481 13. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC...SR..........16.........103.........216...........477 14. LAWSON, Jessica-USF..........SR ........16..........82...........173...........474 15. SWEENEY, Laura-VU.............FR ........16..........61...........130...........469

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FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game)

Player-Team Cl G FG FGA Pct CHARLES, Tina-UCONN.........SR ........16.........127.........190...........668 GREENE, Kalana-UCONN...... SR ........16..........75...........130...........577 SCHRADER, Lindsay-ND.......SR..........14..........64...........113...........566 COLE, Chelsea-PITT............... JR..........16..........49.............87...........563 HINES, Keshia-LOU............... JR..........16..........68...........122...........557

12. MCNUTT, Monica-GU................JR............16................30............1.88 MALLORY, Brittany-ND..............JR............16................30............1.88 14. HAMPTON, Keisha-DPU............SO............16................28............1.75 15. RAY, Brittany-RU........................SR............16................27............1.69

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game)

## Player-Team Cl G 3FG FGA Pct 1. MCMANMON, Kelly-STJ.......SR..........16..........46.............85...........541 2. MOORE, Maya-UCONN......... JR ........16..........31.............72...........431 3. SIMS, Jania-PITT................... JR..........16..........22.............52...........423 4. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC...SR..........16..........30.............71...........423 5. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN......SR..........16..........29.............72...........403 6. HOUSE, Vanessa-WVU......... JR..........16..........21.............53...........396 7. HAYES, Tiffany-UCONN.........SO . ......16..........20.............52...........385 8. MCMORRIS, Tatiyiana-MU... JR..........16..........21.............59...........356 9. BURKE, Becky-LOU...............SO.........16..........38...........107...........355 10. MCNUTT, Monica-GU........... JR..........16..........39...........111...........351 11. WEIBEL, Courtney-MU......... JR..........13..........20.............57...........351 12. SUHEY, Emily-VU..................FR ........16..........22.............63...........349 13. RODGERS, Sugar-GU............FR..........16..........45...........129...........349 14. BARLOW, Ashley-ND............SR..........16..........25.............72...........347 15. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND..............FR..........16..........17.............49...........347

3-POINT FG MADE

## Player-Team............................... Cl..............G...............3FG........Avg/G 1. MCMANMON, Kelly-STJ............SR............16................46............2.88 2. RODGERS, Sugar-GU.................FR............16................45............2.81 3. MCNUTT, Monica-GU................JR............16................39............2.44 4. BURKE, Becky-LOU....................SO............16................38............2.38 5. GETTY, Maria-VU.......................SR ..........16................32............2.00 6. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ..........16................31............1.94 WILLIAMS, Ebonie-SHU............JR............16................31............1.94 8. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC........SR............16................30............1.88 REPELLA, Liz-WVU....................JR............16................30............1.88 10. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN...........SR............16................29............1.81 11. HARRISON, Taneisha-PITT.........JR............16................26............1.63 12. RAY, Brittany-RU........................SR............16................25............1.56 ULIS, Shareese-CIN....................JR............16................25............1.56 BARLOW, Ashley-ND.................SR............16................25............1.56 15. WEIBEL, Courtney-MU..............JR............13................20............1.54

BLOCKED SHOTS

## Player-Team Cl G Blocks Avg/G 1. BUSSIE, Asya-WVU....................FR............16................41............2.56 2. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN..............SR ..........16................40............2.50 3. ELLIOTT, Shannon-VU...............JR ..........12................21............1.75 4. JUNAID, Rashidat-RU................SR............15................24............1.60 5. ALEXANDER, Kayla-SU..............FR............16................23............1.44 6. HAMPTON, Keisha-DPU............SO............16................22............1.38 CLARK, Jessica-PC......................SR............16................22............1.38 8. HARRY, Katherine-DPU.............FR............16................21............1.31 COLE, Chelsea-PITT....................JR............16................21............1.31 10. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ..........16................20............1.25 LAWSON, Jessica-USF...............SR ..........16................20............1.25 CHESTER, Felicia-DPU................JR............16................20............1.25 13. WILSON, Pepper-PITT...............SO............16................19............1.19 14. PETERS, Devereaux-ND.............JR............16................18............1.13 CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU........JR............16................18............1.13

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game)

## Player-Team Cl G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio 1. DOTY, Caroline-UCONN.......SO ....16....50.....3.1......26.....1.6 1.92 2. MCKENITH, Nadirah-STJ......FR......16....82.....5.1......43.....2.7 1.91 3. MOORE, Maya-UCONN........JR . ...16....66.....4.1......37.....2.3 1.78 4. WRIGHT, Rubylee-GU..........SO......16....62.....3.9......36.....2.3 1.72 5. MILES, Sarah-WVU..............JR......16....95.....5.9......58.....3.6 1.64 6. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND.............FR......16....50.....3.1......39.....2.4 1.28 7. MORROW, Erica-SU.............JR......15....65.....4.3......53.....3.5 1.23 8. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU.............JR......16....92.....5.8......77.....4.8 1.19 9. ULIS, Shareese-CIN..............JR......16....52.....3.3......45.....2.8 1.16 10. LECHLITNER, Melissa-ND....SR......16....54.....3.4......47.....2.9 1.15 11. SAUNDERS, KeNeisha-USF..FR ....15....56.....3.7......49.....3.3 1.14 12. HARRIS, Tasha-SU................JR......15....47.....3.1......42.....2.8 1.12 13. RUSHDAN, Khadijah-RU.....SO......16....65.....4.1......61.....3.8 1.07 14. ROBINSON, Angel-MU........JR......16....68.....4.3......77.....4.8 0.88

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MICHAEL, Nicole (Syracuse) at Villanova (02/09/10) MOORE, Maya (Connecticut) vs Baylor (4/4/10)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

.900 (9-10) STEVENS, Da’Shena (St. John’s) at Stony Brook (11/15/09) .900 (9-10) CHARLES, Tina (Connecticut) vs Southern (03/21/10)

3-PT FG MADE 8 8 8

MICHAEL, Nicole (Syracuse) vs Binghamton (11/22/09) MCNUTT, Monica (Georgetown) at Cincinnati (01/19/10) SPEED, Allyson (USF) at Louisville (2/27/10)

3-PT FG ATTEMPTS 14 13 13 13 13 13 13

SPEED, Allyson (USF) at Georgetown (02/17/10) RODGERS, Sugar (Georgetown) vs Seattle (11/21/09)” RODGERS, Sugar (Georgetown) at USF (01/09/10) BURKE, Becky (Louisville) at Georgetown (01/16/10) BURKE, Becky (Louisville) vs Syracuse (1/23/10) RODGERS, Sugar (Georgetown) vs Rutgers (01/30/10) SPEED, Allyson (USF) at Louisville (2/27/10)

3-PT PERCENTAGE

.833 (5-6) MCNUTT, Monica (Georgetown) at Richmond (12/12/09)

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G 1. COLE, Chelsea-PITT....................JR............16................78............4.88 2. REID, Monique-LOU...................SO............16................61............3.81 3. LAWSON, Jessica-USF...............SR ..........16................54............3.38 4. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN..............SR ..........16................48............3.00 HARRY, Katherine-DPU.............FR............16................48............3.00 GREEN, Kandice-SHU................SO............15................45............3.00 7. CHESTER, Felicia-DPU................JR............16................47............2.94 8. BUSSIE, Asya-WVU....................FR............16................45............2.81 9. JONES, Michelle-CIN.................SR............16................44............2.75 10. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ............SO............16................43............2.69 CRAWFORD, Adria-GU...............SO............16................43............2.69 12. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU........JR............16................42............2.63 13. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ..........16................41............2.56 14. WARD, Juantia-SU.....................SR............16................40............2.50 15. HINES, Keshia-LOU....................JR............16................39............2.44

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REID, Monique (Louisville) vs USF (2/27/10) PACHKO, Jessica (Marquette) vs Oakland (11/21/09)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 18 16 16

STEVENS, Da’Shena (St. John’s) at North Carolina (12/06/09) PACHKO, Jessica (Marquette) vs Oakland (11/21/09) GREEN, Kandice (Seton Hall) at Providence (1/16/10)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

1.000 (11-11) MCNUTT, Monica (Georgetown) at Syracuse (01/02/10) 1.000 (11-11) REID, Monique (Louisville) at West Virginia (1/30/10) 1.000 (10-10) REID, Monique (Louisville) at Central Michigan (12/02/09) 1.000 (10-10) MCKENITH, Nadirah (St. John’s) vs Marquette (1/5/10) 1.000 (10-10) WARD, Juantia (Syracuse) vs Rutgers (01/13/10) 1.000 (10-10) ROUDEBUSH, Kahla (Cincinnati) at DePaul (01-27-10) 1.000 (10-10) MARANDOLA, Chelsea (Providence) at USF (2/23/10) 1.000 (8-8) ALEXANDER, Kayla (Syracuse) vs Butler (11/27/09) 1.000 (8-8) GREEN, Kandice (Seton Hall) vs New Hampshire (12/03/09) 1.000 (8-8) MOORE, Maya (Connecticut) vs Iona (12/20/09) 1.000 (8-8) ROUDEBUSH, Kahla (Cincinnati) vs Valparaiso (12/21/09) 1.000 (8-8) HAMPTON, Keisha (DePaul) at West Virginia (1/9/10) 1.000 (8-8) SMITH, Shenneika (St. John’s) at Syracuse (01/27/10) 1.000 (8-8) BURKE, Becky (Louisville) vs Marquette (2/16/10) 1.000 (8-8) MARTIN, Anna (DePaul) vs Syracuse (02-27-10) 1.000 (8-8) ALEXANDER, Kayla (Syracuse) vs Harvard (03/18/10)

12. HINES, Keshia-LOU....................JR............16................77............4.81 13. SCHRADER, Lindsay-ND............SR............14................65............4.64 14. JONES, Michelle-CIN.................SR............16................74............4.63 15. LEE, Chelsey-RU.........................SO............15................69............4.60

MINUTES PLAYED

## Player-Team Cl G Minutes Avg/G 1. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU...................JR............16...............637.........39.81 2. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN...........SR............16...............620.........38.75 3. JONES, Michelle-CIN.................SR............16...............607.........37.94 4. ULIS, Shareese-CIN....................JR............16...............606.........37.88 5. WILLIAMS, Ebonie-SHU............JR............16...............605.........37.81 6. BURKE, Becky-LOU....................SO............16...............597.........37.31 7. MILES, Sarah-WVU....................JR............16...............593.........37.06 8. REPELLA, Liz-WVU....................JR............16...............588.........36.75 9. GETTY, Maria-VU.......................SR ..........16...............586.........36.62 10. REID, Monique-LOU...................SO............16...............577.........36.06

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G 1. LAWSON, Jessica-USF...............SR ..........16...............112...........7.00 2. COLE, Chelsea-PITT....................JR............16...............107...........6.69 3. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ..........16...............104...........6.50 4. REID, Monique-LOU...................SO............16...............100...........6.25 CHARLES, Tina-UCONN..............SR ..........16...............100...........6.25 6. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ............SO............16................95............5.94 7. MICHAEL, Nicole-SU..................SR............16................94............5.88 8. ALI, Madina-WVU.....................JR............16................86............5.38 9. HARRY, Katherine-DPU.............FR............16................85............5.31 10. GREEN, Kandice-SHU................SO............15................75............5.00 11. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU........JR............16................78............4.88

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

COLE, Chelsea (Pittsburgh) vs Seton Hall (02/20/10) COLE, Chelsea (Pittsburgh) vs Duquesne (12/29/09) COLE, Chelsea (Pittsburgh) at Marquette (1/2/10) CHARLES, Tina (Connecticut) vs St. John’s (2/13/10)

ASSISTS 14 12

MCKENITH, Nadirah (St. John’s) at Pittsburgh (03/01/10) WYNNE, Jasmine (USF) vs St. Francis (Pa.) (12/31/09)

STEALS 7 7 7 7

MCMORRIS, Tatiyiana (Marquette) vs Canisius (12/21/09) ULIS, Shareese (Cincinnati) at Connecticut (01/07/10) MCKENITH, Nadirah (St. John’s) vs Louisville (2/10/10) DIGGINS, Skylar (Notre Dame) vs Vermont (03/23/10)

BLOCKED SHOTS 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

ELLIOTT, Shannon (Villanova) at Cincinnati (02/20/10)

BUSSIE, Asya (West Virginia) at St. John’s (1/2/10) CHARLES, Tina (Connecticut) vs Cincinnati (01/07/10) JUNAID, Rashidat (Rutgers) at Pittsburgh (01/10/10) JUNAID, Rashidat (Rutgers) vs Marquette (01/23/10) ALEXANDER, Kayla (Syracuse) at Louisville (1/23/10) CHARLES, Tina (Connecticut) vs West Virginia (02/02/10) PETERS, Devereaux (Notre Dame) at St. John’s (2/16/10) CHARLES, Tina (Connecticut) vs Stanford (4/6/10)

TURNOVERS 12 10 10 10

ROBINSON, Angel (Marquette) vs Georgetown (1/27/10) HEBER, Shanai (Seton Hall) vs UC-Davis (12/21/09) QUIGLEY, Sam (DePaul) at Notre Dame (02/14/10) QUIGLEY, Sam (DePaul) vs West Virginia (3/7/10)

2009-10 BIG EAST CONFERENCE TEAM STATISTICS – CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY

SCORING OFFENSE

## Team G W-L Pts Avg/G 1. Connecticut.................16.............16-0.............1298....................81.1 2. Notre Dame................16.............12-4.............1177....................73.6 3. Syracuse......................16..............7-9..............1141....................71.3 4. DePaul.........................16..............9-7..............1070....................66.9 5. St. John’s.....................16.............12-4.............1052....................65.8 6. Georgetown................16.............13-3.............1033....................64.6 7. Pittsburgh...................16.............5-11.............1030....................64.4 8. Louisville.....................16.............5-11.............. 985.....................61.6 9. Marquette...................16.............6-10.............. 969.....................60.6 10. West Virginia...............16.............13-3.............. 953.....................59.6 11. Providence..................16..............7-9............... 938.....................58.6 12. USF..............................16.............6-10.............. 915.....................57.2 13. Rutgers........................16..............9-7............... 896.....................56.0 14. Cincinnati....................16.............4-12.............. 890.....................55.6 15. Villanova.....................16.............3-13.............. 819.....................51.2 16. Seton Hall...................16.............1-15.............. 736.....................46.0

SCORING DEFENSE

## Team G Pts Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................16..................764.......................47.8 2. West Virginia...................16..................879.......................54.9 3. St. John’s..........................16..................903.......................56.4 4. Rutgers............................16..................917.......................57.3 5. Georgetown....................16..................952.......................59.5 6. USF...................................16..................977.......................61.1

COACHING STAFF

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

FREE THROWS MADE

22 21 21 21

PROFILES

CHARLES, Tina (Connecticut) vs Syracuse (3/7/10) CHARLES, Tina (Connecticut) vs Georgetown (2/27/10) MOORE, Maya (Connecticut) vs Baylor (4/4/10)

REBOUNDS

OUTLOOK

16 14 14

RAY, Brittany (Rutgers) vs Tennessee (12/13/09) MCMANMON, Kelly (St. John’s) vs Texas-Arlington (12/19/09) ULIS, Shareese (Cincinnati) at Louisville (2/2/10)

THE BIG EAST

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.833 (5-6) .833 (5-6) .833 (5-6)

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MOORE, Maya (Connecticut) at Syracuse (02/24/10) MICHAEL, Nicole (Syracuse) vs Binghamton (11/22/09)

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7. Villanova..........................16..................987.......................61.7 8. Cincinnati.........................16.................1012......................63.2 9. Marquette.......................16.................1020......................63.8 10. Providence.......................16.................1029......................64.3 11. Notre Dame.....................16.................1035......................64.7 12. Louisville..........................16.................1063......................66.4 13. Syracuse...........................16.................1074......................67.1 14. Seton Hall........................16.................1079......................67.4 15. DePaul.............................16.................1098......................68.6 16. Pittsburgh........................16.................1113......................69.6

COACHING STAFF

SCORING MARGIN

PROFILES OUTLOOK

## Team G OFF DEF Margin 1. Connecticut.................16.............81.1..............47.8................. +33.4 2. St. John’s.....................16.............65.8..............56.4....................+9.3 3. Notre Dame................16.............73.6..............64.7....................+8.9 4. Georgetown................16.............64.6..............59.5....................+5.1 5. West Virginia...............16.............59.6..............54.9....................+4.6 6. Syracuse......................16.............71.3..............67.1....................+4.2 7. Rutgers........................16.............56.0..............57.3......................-1.3 8. DePaul.........................16.............66.9..............68.6......................-1.8 9. Marquette...................16.............60.6..............63.8......................-3.2 10. USF..............................16.............57.2..............61.1......................-3.9 11. Louisville.....................16.............61.6..............66.4......................-4.9 12. Pittsburgh...................16.............64.4..............69.6......................-5.2 13. Providence..................16.............58.6..............64.3......................-5.7 14. Cincinnati....................16.............55.6..............63.2......................-7.6 15. Villanova.....................16.............51.2..............61.7................... -10.5 16. Seton Hall...................16.............46.0..............67.4................... -21.4

FREE THROW PCT

## Team G FTM FTA Pct 1. Georgetown................16..............221............... 289......................765 2. DePaul.........................16..............181............... 243......................745 3. Connecticut.................16..............240............... 325......................738 4. Notre Dame................16..............236............... 321......................735 5. Pittsburgh...................16..............222............... 305......................728 6. Marquette...................16..............232............... 319......................727 7. Louisville.....................16..............208............... 291......................715 8. Cincinnati....................16..............170............... 243......................700 9. Providence..................16..............154............... 221......................697 10. Villanova.....................16...............97................ 140......................693 11. Syracuse......................16..............262............... 382......................686 12. Rutgers........................16..............192............... 288......................667 13. USF..............................16..............172............... 263......................654 14. West Virginia...............16..............213............... 331......................644 15. St. John’s.....................16..............218............... 349......................625 16. Seton Hall...................16..............136............... 221......................615

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES

THE BIG EAST

## Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Connecticut.................16..............483............... 942......................513 2. Notre Dame................16..............435............... 980......................444 3. DePaul.........................16..............404............... 961......................420 4. Syracuse......................16..............400............... 956......................418 5. Louisville.....................16..............356............... 868......................410 6. St. John’s.....................16..............385............... 959......................401 7. Cincinnati....................16..............325............... 844......................385 8. Providence..................16..............352............... 915......................385 9. USF..............................16..............333............... 868......................384 10. Rutgers........................16..............330............... 861......................383 11. Pittsburgh...................16..............365............... 953......................383 12. West Virginia...............16..............331............... 869......................381

13. Georgetown................16..............353............... 932......................379 14. Marquette...................16..............334............... 896......................373 15. Villanova.....................16..............299............... 810......................369 16. Seton Hall...................16..............269............... 853......................315

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE

## Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Connecticut.................16..............288............... 958......................301 2. West Virginia...............16..............320............... 888......................360 3. Syracuse......................16..............355............... 977......................363 4. Rutgers........................16..............301............... 827......................364 5. St. John’s.....................16..............344............... 911......................378 6. USF..............................16..............349............... 904......................386 7. Providence..................16..............352............... 889......................396 8. Louisville.....................16..............377............... 911......................414 9. Villanova.....................16..............363............... 876......................414 10. Marquette...................16..............376............... 902......................417 11. Cincinnati....................16..............389............... 927......................420 12. Georgetown................16..............328............... 779......................421 13. DePaul.........................16..............401............... 949......................423 14. Pittsburgh...................16..............410............... 965......................425 15. Notre Dame................16..............388............... 905......................429 16. Seton Hall...................16..............413............... 899......................459

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## Team G Reb Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................16..................686.......................42.9 2. Syracuse...........................16..................684.......................42.8 3. Pittsburgh........................16..................640.......................40.0 4. St. John’s..........................16..................629.......................39.3 5. West Virginia...................16..................621.......................38.8 6. USF...................................16..................606.......................37.9 7. DePaul.............................16..................601.......................37.6 8. Louisville..........................16..................600.......................37.5 9. Marquette.......................16..................592.......................37.0 10. Rutgers............................16..................584.......................36.5 11. Notre Dame.....................16..................574.......................35.9 12. Georgetown....................16..................550.......................34.4 13. Providence.......................16..................540.......................33.8 14. Cincinnati.........................16..................531.......................33.2 15. Seton Hall........................16..................525.......................32.8 16. Villanova..........................16..................461.......................28.8

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE

REBOUNDING DEFENSE

## Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Connecticut.................16...............68................ 289......................235 2. West Virginia...............16...............58................ 216......................269 3. USF..............................16...............72................ 268......................269 4. Georgetown................16...............87................ 290......................300 St. John’s.....................16...............63................ 210......................300 6. Syracuse......................16..............107............... 343......................312 7. Marquette...................16...............82................ 262......................313 8. Rutgers........................16...............82................ 261......................314 9. Providence..................16...............67................ 209......................321 10. Notre Dame................16...............65................ 200......................325 11. DePaul.........................16...............94................ 289......................325 12. Villanova.....................16...............56................ 169......................331 13. Pittsburgh...................16...............82................ 244......................336 14. Cincinnati....................16...............85................ 241......................353 15. Louisville.....................16...............90................ 252......................357 16. Seton Hall...................16...............82................ 214......................383

## Team G Reb Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................16..................513.......................32.1 2. Louisville..........................16..................531.......................33.2 3. Georgetown....................16..................547.......................34.2 4. USF...................................16..................573.......................35.8 5. Rutgers............................16..................577.......................36.1 6. West Virginia...................16..................585.......................36.6 Notre Dame.....................16..................585.......................36.6 Marquette.......................16..................585.......................36.6 9. DePaul.............................16..................589.......................36.8 10. Cincinnati.........................16..................598.......................37.4 11. Syracuse...........................16..................609.......................38.1 12. Pittsburgh........................16..................610.......................38.1 13. Seton Hall........................16..................616.......................38.5 14. St. John’s..........................16..................622.......................38.9 15. Villanova..........................16..................631.......................39.4 16. Providence.......................16..................653.......................40.8

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## Team G Assists Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................16..................310.....................19.38 2. Notre Dame.....................16..................275.....................17.19 3. DePaul.............................16..................250.....................15.63 4. Georgetown....................16..................231.....................14.44 5. Syracuse...........................16..................219.....................13.69 6. St. John’s..........................16..................208.....................13.00 7. Rutgers............................16..................203.....................12.69 8. Villanova..........................16..................201.....................12.56 9. Marquette.......................16..................198.....................12.38 10. Pittsburgh........................16..................196.....................12.25 11. Providence.......................16..................193.....................12.06 12. USF...................................16..................191.....................11.94 13. Louisville..........................16..................178.....................11.13 14. West Virginia...................16..................175.....................10.94 15. Cincinnati.........................16..................172.....................10.75 16. Seton Hall........................16..................150.......................9.38

COACHING STAFF PROFILES OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST

ASSISTS

STEALS

## Team G Steals Avg/G 1. Georgetown....................16..................187.....................11.69 2. Notre Dame.....................16..................180.....................11.25 3. St. John’s..........................16..................155.......................9.69 4. DePaul.............................16..................154.......................9.63 5. West Virginia...................16..................148.......................9.25 6. Rutgers............................16..................147.......................9.19 7. Connecticut.....................16..................138.......................8.63 8. Syracuse...........................16..................135.......................8.44 9. Marquette.......................16..................129.......................8.06 10. Providence.......................16..................124.......................7.75 11. Louisville..........................16..................113.......................7.06 12. USF...................................16..................110.......................6.88 13. Seton Hall........................16...................90........................5.63 14. Pittsburgh........................16...................89........................5.56 15. Villanova..........................16...................85........................5.31 16. Cincinnati.........................16...................84........................5.25

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## Team G FG FGA Pct 1. St. John’s.....................16...............64................ 155......................413 2. Connecticut.................16...............92................ 256......................359 3. West Virginia...............16...............78................ 233......................335 4. Notre Dame................16...............71................ 218......................326 5. Pittsburgh...................16...............78................ 243......................321 6. USF..............................16...............77................ 240......................321 7. Georgetown................16..............106............... 333......................318 8. Syracuse......................16...............79................ 255......................310 9. Villanova.....................16..............124............... 402......................308 10. DePaul.........................16...............81................ 263......................308 11. Marquette...................16...............69................ 225......................307 12. Louisville.....................16...............65................ 212......................307 13. Providence..................16...............80................ 270......................296 14. Cincinnati....................16...............70................ 241......................290 15. Seton Hall...................16...............62................ 236......................263 16. Rutgers........................16...............44................ 175......................251

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3-POINT FG PCT

MEDIA INFO

Center Natalie Burton contributed to West Virginia’s top-5 rebounding offense (38.8) in the BIG EAST.

## Team G Blocks Avg/G 1. West Virginia...................16...................95........................5.94 Connecticut.....................16...................95........................5.94 3. Pittsburgh........................16...................86........................5.38 4. DePaul.............................16...................76........................4.75 5. Rutgers............................16...................72........................4.50 6. Syracuse...........................16...................59........................3.69 7. Providence.......................16...................56........................3.50 8. Notre Dame.....................16...................55........................3.44 9. Seton Hall........................16...................54........................3.38 10. Villanova..........................16...................48........................3.00 USF...................................16...................48........................3.00 12. St. John’s..........................16...................47........................2.94 13. Georgetown....................16...................37........................2.31 14. Louisville..........................16...................34........................2.13 15. Marquette.......................16...................32........................2.00 16. Cincinnati.........................16...................28........................1.75

OPPONENT INFO

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2009-10 REVIEW

## Team G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Margin 1. Connecticut.............16........686.........42.9........513...32.1 +10.8 2. Syracuse..................16........684.........42.8........609...38.1 +4.7 3. Louisville.................16........600.........37.5........531...33.2 +4.3 4. West Virginia...........16........621.........38.8........585...36.6 +2.2 5. USF..........................16........606.........37.9........573...35.8 +2.1 6. Pittsburgh...............16........640.........40.0........610...38.1 +1.9 7. DePaul.....................16........601.........37.6........589...36.8 +0.8 8. St. John’s.................16........629.........39.3........622...38.9 +0.4 Rutgers....................16........584.........36.5........577...36.1 +0.4 Marquette...............16........592.........37.0........585...36.6 +0.4 11. Georgetown............16........550.........34.4........547...34.2 +0.2 12. Notre Dame............16........574.........35.9........585...36.6 -0.7 13. Cincinnati................16........531.........33.2........598...37.4 -4.2 14. Seton Hall...............16........525.........32.8........616...38.5 -5.7 15. Providence..............16........540.........33.8........653...40.8 -7.1 16. Villanova.................16........461.........28.8........631...39.4 -10.6

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MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF

## Team G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Margin 1. Georgetown............16........259.........16.2........358...22.4 +6.19 2. St. John’s.................16........218.........13.6........309...19.3 +5.69 3. Notre Dame............16........245.........15.3........327...20.4 +5.13 4. Connecticut.............16........231.........14.4........290...18.1 +3.69 5. West Virginia...........16........263.........16.4........276...17.3 +0.81 6. Rutgers....................16........273.........17.1........284...17.8 +0.69 7. Providence..............16........242.........15.1........250...15.6 +0.50 8. Syracuse..................16........298.........18.6........296...18.5 -0.12 9. Marquette...............16........310.........19.4........303...18.9 -0.44 10. DePaul.....................16........300.........18.8........274...17.1 -1.62 11. Cincinnati................16........235.........14.7........207...12.9 -1.75 12. Villanova.................16........234.........14.6........191...11.9 -2.69 13. USF..........................16........287.........17.9........230...14.4 -3.56 14. Pittsburgh...............16........280.........17.5........215...13.4 -4.06 15. Seton Hall...............16........284.........17.8........218...13.6 -4.13 16. Louisville.................16........331.........20.7........262...16.4 -4.31

PROFILES

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO

OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST

## Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio 1. Connecticut.........16.........310........19.4..........231....... 14.4.........1.34 2. Notre Dame........16.........275........17.2..........245....... 15.3.........1.12 3. St. John’s.............16.........208........13.0..........218....... 13.6.........0.95 4. Georgetown........16.........231........14.4..........259....... 16.2.........0.89 5. Villanova.............16.........201........12.6..........234....... 14.6.........0.86 6. DePaul.................16.........250........15.6..........300....... 18.8.........0.83 7. Providence..........16.........193........12.1..........242....... 15.1.........0.80 8. Rutgers................16.........203........12.7..........273....... 17.1.........0.74 9. Syracuse..............16.........219........13.7..........298....... 18.6.........0.73 10. Cincinnati............16.........172........10.8..........235....... 14.7.........0.73 11. Pittsburgh...........16.........196........12.3..........280....... 17.5.........0.70 12. USF......................16.........191........11.9..........287....... 17.9.........0.67 13. West Virginia.......16.........175........10.9..........263....... 16.4.........0.67 14. Marquette...........16.........198........12.4..........310....... 19.4.........0.64 15. Louisville.............16.........178........11.1..........331....... 20.7.........0.54 16. Seton Hall...........16.........150.........9.4...........284....... 17.8.........0.53

DEFENSIVE REB PCT.

## Team G D-Reb O-Reb D-Reb Pct 1. Connecticut.................16..............481............... 212...................0.694 2. USF..............................16..............406............... 189...................0.682 3. St. John’s.....................16..............408............... 193...................0.679 4. Marquette...................16..............384............... 185...................0.675 5. Louisville.....................16..............384............... 193...................0.666 6. Rutgers........................16..............384............... 195...................0.663 7. West Virginia...............16..............405............... 207...................0.662 8. Pittsburgh...................16..............407............... 211...................0.659 9. Notre Dame................16..............371............... 195...................0.655 10. Seton Hall...................16..............339............... 181...................0.652 11. Cincinnati....................16..............367............... 209...................0.637 12. DePaul.........................16..............381............... 217...................0.637 13. Providence..................16..............379............... 216...................0.637 14. Villanova.....................16..............356............... 204...................0.636 15. Syracuse......................16..............423............... 247...................0.631 16. Georgetown................16..............297............... 198...................0.600

OFFENSIVE REB PCT. ## 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Team G O-Reb D-Reb O-Reb Pct Georgetown................16..............253............... 349...................0.420 Syracuse......................16..............261............... 362...................0.419 Connecticut.................16..............205............... 301...................0.405 Louisville.....................16..............216............... 338...................0.390 DePaul.........................16..............220............... 372...................0.372 Pittsburgh...................16..............233............... 399...................0.369 West Virginia...............16..............216............... 378...................0.364 Rutgers........................16..............200............... 382...................0.344

9. USF..............................16..............200............... 384...................0.342 10. Notre Dame................16..............203............... 390...................0.342 11. Marquette...................16..............208............... 400...................0.342 12. St. John’s.....................16..............221............... 429...................0.340 13. Seton Hall...................16..............186............... 435...................0.300 14. Cincinnati....................16..............164............... 389...................0.297 15. Providence..................16..............161............... 437...................0.269 16. Villanova.....................16..............105............... 427...................0.197

3-POINT FG MADE

## Team G 3FG Avg/G 1. Villanova..........................16..................124.......................7.75 2. Georgetown....................16..................106.......................6.63 3. Connecticut.....................16...................92........................5.75 4. DePaul.............................16...................81........................5.06 5. Providence.......................16...................80........................5.00 6. Syracuse...........................16...................79........................4.94 7. West Virginia...................16...................78........................4.88 Pittsburgh........................16...................78........................4.88 9. USF...................................16...................77........................4.81 10. Notre Dame.....................16...................71........................4.44 11. Cincinnati.........................16...................70........................4.38 12. Marquette.......................16...................69........................4.31 13. Louisville..........................16...................65........................4.06 14. St. John’s..........................16...................64........................4.00 15. Seton Hall........................16...................62........................3.88 16. Rutgers............................16...................44........................2.75

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

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## Team G No. Avg/G 1. Syracuse...........................16..................261.....................16.31 2. Georgetown....................16..................253.....................15.81 3. Pittsburgh........................16..................233.....................14.56 4. St. John’s..........................16..................221.....................13.81 5. DePaul.............................16..................220.....................13.75 6. West Virginia...................16..................216.....................13.50 Louisville..........................16..................216.....................13.50 8. Marquette.......................16..................208.....................13.00 9. Connecticut.....................16..................205.....................12.81 10. Notre Dame.....................16..................203.....................12.69 11. Rutgers............................16..................200.....................12.50 USF...................................16..................200.....................12.50 13. Seton Hall........................16..................186.....................11.63 14. Cincinnati.........................16..................164.....................10.25 15. Providence.......................16..................161.....................10.06 16. Villanova..........................16..................105.......................6.56

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## Team G No. Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................16..................481.....................30.06 2. Syracuse...........................16..................423.....................26.44 3. St. John’s..........................16..................408.....................25.50 4. Pittsburgh........................16..................407.....................25.44 5. USF...................................16..................406.....................25.38 6. West Virginia...................16..................405.....................25.31 7. Marquette.......................16..................384.....................24.00 Rutgers............................16..................384.....................24.00 Louisville..........................16..................384.....................24.00 10. DePaul.............................16..................381.....................23.81 11. Providence.......................16..................379.....................23.69 12. Notre Dame.....................16..................371.....................23.19 13. Cincinnati.........................16..................367.....................22.94 14. Villanova..........................16..................356.....................22.25 15. Seton Hall........................16..................339.....................21.19 16. Georgetown....................16..................297.....................18.56

Asya Bussie set WVU’s record for freshman blocks in a season (72), allowing the Mountaineers to tie with UCONN for the most blocked shots in a season. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSIT Y


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2009-10 BIG EAST CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team’s games.

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game)

## Player-Team Cl G FG FGA Pct 1. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN.........SR ........39.........299.........484...........618 2. GREENE, Kalana-UCONN......SR ........39.........190.........326...........583 3. CHESTER, Felicia-DPU........... JR..........33.........137.........249...........550 4. ALEXANDER, Kayla-SU.........FR..........36.........136.........251...........542 5. SCHRADER, Lindsay-ND.......SR..........33.........154.........285...........540 6. COLE, Chelsea-PITT............... JR..........30.........103.........191...........539 7. HINES, Keshia-LOU............... JR..........28.........101.........193...........523 8. JONES, Michelle-CIN............SR..........30.........120.........230...........522 9. SWEENEY, Laura-VU.............FR ........30.........127.........244...........520 10. MCCORVEY, Joy-STJ..............SR..........32..........96...........186...........516 11. MOORE, Maya-UCONN......... JR ........39.........279.........542...........515 12. LAWSON, Jessica-USF..........SR ........31.........172.........337...........510 13. BRUSZEWSKI, Becca-ND...... JR..........34.........129.........261...........494 14. BUTLER, Jaleesa-GU.............SR..........32.........130.........271...........480 15. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ.......SO.........32.........180.........379...........475

ASSISTS

## Player-Team Cl G Assists Avg/G 1. MILES, Sarah-WVU....................JR............34...............200...........5.88 2. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU...................JR............33...............168...........5.09

## Player-Team Cl G FTM FTA Pct 1. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC...SR..........34.........106.........119...........891 2. FIEDOROWICZ, Paige-MU.... JR..........32..........65.............78...........833 3. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU.............. JR..........33.........115.........139...........827 4. SIMS, Jania-PITT................... JR..........31.........103.........125...........824 5. BARLOW, Ashley-ND............SR..........35..........84...........102...........824 6. CRAWFORD, Adria-GU..........SO.........33..........73.............89...........820 7. REID, Monique-LOU..............SO.........32.........188.........233...........807 8. BURKE, Becky-LOU...............SO.........32..........78.............97...........804 9. PACHKO, Jessica-MU.............SO.........33.........109.........136...........801 10. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN......SR..........30..........83...........104...........798 11. ULIS, Shareese-CIN............... JR..........30..........63.............79...........797 12. MOORE, Maya-UCONN......... JR ........39..........98...........124...........790 13. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND..............FR..........35.........111.........142...........782 14. RODGERS, Sugar-GU............FR..........33..........99...........127...........780 15. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU... JR..........35..........73.............94...........777

STEALS ## 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Player-Team Cl G Steals Avg/G MILES, Sarah-WVU....................JR............34................95............2.79 DIGGINS, Skylar-ND...................FR............35................90............2.57 MORROW, Erica-SU...................JR............35................80............2.29 BARLOW, Ashley-ND.................SR............35................80............2.29 MCKENITH, Nadirah-STJ............FR............32................71............2.22 MCNUTT, Monica-GU................JR............33................73............2.21 ROBINSON, Angel-MU..............JR............33................70............2.12 MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ..........39................82............2.10 QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU...................JR............33................63............1.91

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

3-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game)

## Player-Team Cl G 3FG FGA Pct 1. MCMANMON, Kelly-STJ.......SR..........32..........69...........155...........445 2. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC...SR..........34..........73...........174...........420 3. MOORE, Maya-UCONN......... JR ........39..........80...........192...........417 4. SIMS, Jania-PITT................... JR..........31..........36.............91...........396 5. RAY, Brittany-RU...................SR..........34..........66...........171...........386 6. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN......SR..........30..........56...........146...........384 7. BARLOW, Ashley-ND............SR..........35..........53...........146...........363 8. WILLIAMS, Ebonie-SHU....... JR..........30..........69...........191...........361 9. BURKE, Becky-LOU...............SO.........32..........72...........201...........358 10. SUHEY, Emily-VU..................FR ........26..........30.............84...........357 11. MCNUTT, Monica-GU........... JR..........33..........66...........187...........353 12. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND..............FR..........35..........35...........100...........350 13. GETTY, Maria-VU..................SR ........30..........64...........183...........350 14. MCMORRIS, Tatiyiana-MU... JR..........33..........36...........105...........343 15. MICHAEL, Nicole-SU.............SR..........35..........58...........170...........341

3-POINT FG MADE

## Player-Team Cl G 3FG Avg/G 1. RODGERS, Sugar-GU.................FR............33................83............2.52 2. WILLIAMS, Ebonie-SHU............JR............30................69............2.30 3. BURKE, Becky-LOU....................SO............32................72............2.25 4. MCMANMON, Kelly-STJ............SR............32................69............2.16 5. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC........SR............34................73............2.15 6. GETTY, Maria-VU.......................SR ..........30................64............2.13 7. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............SR ..........39................80............2.05 8. REPELLA, Liz-WVU....................JR............35................70............2.00 MCNUTT, Monica-GU................JR............33................66............2.00 10. RAY, Brittany-RU........................SR............34................66............1.94 11. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN...........SR............30................56............1.87 12. HARRISON, Taneisha-PITT.........JR............31................53............1.71 13. MICHAEL, Nicole-SU..................SR............35................58............1.66 14. BARLOW, Ashley-ND.................SR............35................53............1.51 15. WEIBEL, Courtney-MU..............JR............30................43............1.43

THE BIG EAST

OUTLOOK

PROFILES FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game)

MAGEE, Latia-GU.......................SO............33................63............1.91 11. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC........SR............34................64............1.88 12. RODGERS, Sugar-GU.................FR............33................60............1.82 13. RUSHDAN, Khadijah-RU...........SO............32................56............1.75 14. MALLORY, Brittany-ND..............JR............35................61............1.74 15. SAUNDERS, KeNeisha-USF........FR ..........29................48............1.66

OPPONENT INFO

3. MCKENITH, Nadirah-STJ............FR............32...............161...........5.03 4. ROBINSON, Angel-MU..............JR............33...............154...........4.67 5. WRIGHT, Rubylee-GU................SO............33...............128...........3.88 6. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ..........39...............150...........3.85 7. SIMS, Jania-PITT........................JR............31...............117...........3.77 8. RUSHDAN, Khadijah-RU...........SO............32...............116...........3.63 9. HARRIS, Tasha-SU......................JR............35...............126...........3.60 10. DOTY, Caroline-UCONN............ SO ..........39...............136...........3.49 11. SAUNDERS, KeNeisha-USF........ FR . .........29...............100...........3.45 12. HARRISON, Taneisha-PITT.........JR............31...............105...........3.39 13. MORROW, Erica-SU...................JR............35...............118...........3.37 14. FULLER, Shanice-GU.................SR............28................91............3.25 15. ULIS, Shareese-CIN....................JR............30................97............3.23

2009-10 REVIEW

DEF.....TOT....Avg/G 198......340.........11.3 218......327.........10.5 250......372..........9.5 174......294..........9.2 156......253..........8.7 223......325..........8.3 204......273..........7.8 172......256..........7.8 158......242..........7.6 166......259..........7.4 154......238..........7.2 142......229..........7.2 131......212..........7.1 167......246..........7.0 118......194..........6.9 136......228..........6.9 155......228..........6.9 111......197..........6.6 142......209..........6.3 111......199..........6.2

per game average (10.43) in league competition.

THE RECORD BOOK

## Player-Team.................Cl......G....OFF 1. COLE, Chelsea-PITT..............JR......30......142 2. LAWSON, Jessica-USF.........SR ....31......109 3. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN........SR ....39......122 4. REID, Monique-LOU.............SO......32......120 5. GREEN, Kandice-SHU..........SO......29.......97 6. MOORE, Maya-UCONN........JR . ...39......102 7. MICHAEL, Nicole-SU............SR......35.......69 8. HARRY, Katherine-DPU.......FR......33.......84 9. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ......SO......32.......84 10. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU..JR......35.......93 11. LEE, Chelsey-RU...................SO......33.......84 12. MCCORVEY, Joy-STJ.............SR......32.......87 13. JONES, Michelle-CIN...........SR......30.......81 14. ALI, Madina-WVU...............JR......35.......79 15. HINES, Keshia-LOU..............JR......28.......76 16. CHESTER, Felicia-DPU..........JR......33.......92 SCHRADER, Lindsay-ND......SR......33.......73 18. DALEMBERT, Melissa-USF...SR ....30.......86 19. PACHKO, Jessica-MU............SO......33.......67 20. BUTLER, Jaleesa-GU............SR......32.......88

(200), helping the Mountaineers to the third-highest steals

WVU

REBOUNDING

Sarah Miles led the BIG EAST in steals (95) and assists

MEDIA INFO

## Player-Team Cl G FG 3FG FT Pts Avg/G 1. MOORE, Maya-UCONN........JR . ...39...279.... 80......98.....736 18.9 2. REID, Monique-LOU.............SO......32...200......0..... 188....588 18.4 3. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN........SR ....39...299......0..... 110....708 18.2 4. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC..SR......34...217.... 73.... 106....613 18.0 5. RODGERS, Sugar-GU...........FR......33...199.... 83......99.....580 17.6 6. LAWSON, Jessica-USF.........SR ....31...172......0..... 107....451 14.5 7. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ......SO......32...180......1.......98.....459 14.3 8. MICHAEL, Nicole-SU............SR......35...181.... 58......81.....501 14.3 9. RAY, Brittany-RU..................SR......34...158.... 66.... 102....484 14.2 10. ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN.....SR......30...140.... 56......83.....419 14.0 11. REPELLA, Liz-WVU..............JR......35...178.... 70......61.....487 13.9 12. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND.............FR......35...169.... 35.... 111....484 13.8 13. HAMPTON, Keisha-DPU......SO......33...164.... 33......95.....456 13.8 14. BURKE, Becky-LOU..............SO......32...145.... 72......78.....440 13.8 15. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU.............JR......33...138.... 42.... 115....433 13.1 16. WILLIAMS, Ebonie-SHU......JR......30...138.... 69......44.....389 13.0 17. HARRISON, Taneisha-PITT...JR......31...151.... 53......45.....400 12.9 18. SMITH, Shenneika-STJ........FR......32...167.... 10......68.....412 12.9 19. SIMS, Jania-PITT..................JR......31...130.... 36.... 103....399 12.9 20. GREEN, Kandice-SHU..........SO......29...120......0..... 130....370 12.8 21. ROBINSON, Angel-MU........JR......33...130.... 18.... 114....392 11.9 22. MORROW, Erica-SU.............JR......35...136.... 41......95.....408 11.7 23. GETTY, Maria-VU.................SR ....30...116.... 64......53.....349 11.6 24. GREENE, Kalana-UCONN.....SR ....39...190.... 11......54.....445 11.4 25. ULIS, Shareese-CIN..............JR......30...118.... 42......63.....341 11.4

COACHING STAFF

SCORING

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2009-10

M O U N TA I N E E R S

2009-10 BIG EAST STANDINGS

BLOCKED SHOTS

MOUNTAINEERS

CONFERENCE

COACHING STAFF

## Player-Team Cl G Blocks Avg/G 1. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN..............SR ..........39................93............2.38 2. BUSSIE, Asya-WVU....................FR............35................72............2.06 3. ALEXANDER, Kayla-SU..............FR............36................67............1.86 4. JUNAID, Rashidat-RU................SR............32................51............1.59 5. COLE, Chelsea-PITT....................JR............30................43............1.43 6. LAWSON, Jessica-USF.............. SR...........31................44............1.42 7. ELLIOTT, Shannon-VU...............JR ..........25................35............1.40 8. WILSON, Pepper-PITT...............SO............31................41............1.32 9. CHESTER, Felicia-DPU................JR............33................43............1.30 10. CLARK, Jessica-PC......................SR............34................40............1.18 11. HAMPTON, Keisha-DPU............SO............33................37............1.12 12. HARRY, Katherine-DPU.............FR............33................36............1.09 13. BUTLER, Jaleesa-GU..................SR............32................34............1.06 14. LEE, Chelsey-RU.........................SO............33................35............1.06 15. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU........JR............35................37............1.06

STANDINGS........................ W.................. L..................Pct................W...................L...........................Pct Connecticut.......................16..................0............... 1.000............. 39................. 0.........................1.000 West Virginia.....................13..................3................ .813.............. 29................. 6...........................829 Georgetown......................13..................3................ .813.............. 26................. 7...........................788 St. John’s............................12..................4................ .750.............. 25................. 7...........................781 Notre Dame.......................12..................4................ .750.............. 29................. 6...........................829 Rutgers...............................9...................7...................56............... 19................ 15.........................559 DePaul................................9...................7................ .563.............. 21................ 12.........................636 Providence..........................7...................9................ .438.............. 19................ 15.........................559 Syracuse..............................7...................9................ .438.............. 25................ 11.........................694 Marquette..........................6..................10............... .375.............. 17................ 16.........................515 USF ...................................6..................10............... .375.............. 15................ 16.........................484 Pitt ...................................5..................11............... .313.............. 16................ 15.........................516 Louisville.............................5..................11............... .313.............. 14................ 18.........................438 Cincinnati............................4..................12............... .250.............. 12................ 18.........................400 Villanova.............................3..................13............... .188.............. 14................ 16.........................467 Seton Hall...........................1..................15............... .063............... 9................. 21.........................300

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game)

PROFILES OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST

## Player-Team Cl G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio 1. MOORE, Maya-UCONN........JR . ...39...150....3.8......75.....1.9 2.00 2. DOTY, Caroline-UCONN.......SO ....39...136....3.5......71.....1.8 1.92 3. MILES, Sarah-WVU..............JR......34...200....5.9.... 107....3.1 1.87 4. FULLER, Shanice-GU...........SR......28....91.....3.3......50.....1.8 1.82 5. MCKENITH, Nadirah-STJ......FR......32...161....5.0......96.....3.0 1.68 6. WRIGHT, Rubylee-GU..........SO......33...128....3.9......81.....2.5 1.58 7. HARRIS, Tasha-SU................JR......35...126....3.6......87.....2.5 1.45 8. QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU.............JR......33...168....5.1.... 125....3.8 1.34 9. LECHLITNER, Melissa-ND....SR......35...112....3.2......88.....2.5 1.27 10. HARRISON, Taneisha-PITT...JR......31...105....3.4......87.....2.8 1.21 11. DIGGINS, Skylar-ND.............FR......35...112....3.2......97.....2.8 1.15 12. MORROW, Erica-SU.............JR......35...118....3.4.... 103....2.9 1.15 13. ROBINSON, Angel-MU........JR......33...154....4.7.... 140....4.2 1.10 14. SIMS, Jania-PITT..................JR......31...117....3.8.... 115....3.7 1.02 15. ULIS, Shareese-CIN..............JR......30....97.....3.2......96.....3.2 1.01

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

2009-10 BIG EAST CONFERENCE OVERALL TEAM STATS SCORING OFFENSE

OPPONENT INFO 2009-10 REVIEW

## Team G W-L Pts Avg/G 1. Connecticut.................39.............39-0.............3162....................81.1 2. Notre Dame................35.............29-6.............2701....................77.2 3. Syracuse......................36............25-11............2574....................71.5 4. St. John’s.....................32.............25-7.............2247....................70.2 5. Pittsburgh...................31............16-15............2119....................68.4 6. DePaul.........................33............21-12............2254....................68.3 7. Georgetown................33.............26-7.............2218....................67.2 8. Louisville.....................32............14-18............2134....................66.7 9. Providence..................34............19-15............2215....................65.1 10. West Virginia...............35.............29-6.............2201....................62.9 11. USF..............................31............15-16............1935....................62.4 12. Marquette...................33............17-16............2056....................62.3 13. Rutgers........................34............19-15............1965....................57.8 14. Cincinnati....................30............12-18............1692....................56.4 15. Villanova.....................30............14-16............1573....................52.4 16. Seton Hall...................30.............9-21.............1535....................51.2

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

SCORING DEFENSE

THE RECORD BOOK WVU

MINUTES PLAYED

MEDIA INFO

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5. JONES, Michelle-CIN.................SR............30............. 1081........36.03 6. BURKE, Becky-LOU....................SO............32............. 1141........35.66 7. REPELLA, Liz-WVU....................JR............35............. 1226........35.03 8. MILES, Sarah-WVU....................JR............34............. 1182........34.76 9. ULIS, Shareese-CIN....................JR............30............. 1042........34.73 10. MARANDOLA, Chelsea-PC........SR............34............. 1166........34.29

## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G 1. COLE, Chelsea-PITT....................JR............30...............142...........4.73 2. REID, Monique-LOU...................SO............32...............120...........3.75 3. LAWSON, Jessica-USF...............SR ..........31...............109...........3.52 4. GREEN, Kandice-SHU................SO............29................97............3.34 5. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN..............SR ..........39...............122...........3.13 6. BUSSIE, Asya-WVU....................FR............35...............104...........2.97 7. DALEMBERT, Melissa-USF.........SR ..........30................86............2.87 8. CHESTER, Felicia-DPU................JR............33................92............2.79 9. BUTLER, Jaleesa-GU..................SR............32................88............2.75 10. MCCORVEY, Joy-STJ...................SR............32................87............2.72 11. HINES, Keshia-LOU....................JR............28................76............2.71 12. JONES, Michelle-CIN.................SR............30................81............2.70 13. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU........JR............35................93............2.66 14. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ............SO............32................84............2.63 15. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR ...........39...............102...........2.62 ## Player-Team Cl G No. Avg/G 1. LAWSON, Jessica-USF...............SR ..........31...............218...........7.03 2. COLE, Chelsea-PITT....................JR............30...............198...........6.60 3. CHARLES, Tina-UCONN..............SR ..........39...............250...........6.41 4. MICHAEL, Nicole-SU..................SR............35...............204...........5.83 5. MOORE, Maya-UCONN..............JR............39...............223...........5.72 6. REID, Monique-LOU...................SO............32...............174...........5.44 7. GREEN, Kandice-SHU................SO............29...............156...........5.38 8. HARRY, Katherine-DPU.............FR............33...............172...........5.21 9. STEVENS, Da’Shena-STJ............SO............32...............158...........4.94 10. ALI, Madina-WVU.....................JR............35...............167...........4.77 11. CAMPBELL, Korinne-WVU........JR............35...............166...........4.74 12. SCHRADER, Lindsay-ND............SR............33...............155...........4.70 13. LEE, Chelsey-RU.........................SO............33...............154...........4.67 14. MCCORVEY, Joy-STJ...................SR............32...............142...........4.44 15. JONES, Michelle-CIN.................SR............30...............131...........4.37 ## 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player-Team Cl G Minutes Avg/G QUIGLEY, Sam-DPU...................JR............33............. 1258........38.12 WILLIAMS, Ebonie-SHU............JR............30............. 1116........37.20 ROUDEBUSH, Kahla-CIN...........SR............30............. 1101........36.70 GETTY, Maria-VU.......................SR ..........30............. 1083........36.10

OVERALL

## Team G Pts Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................39.................1801......................46.2 2. West Virginia...................35.................1816......................51.9 3. Villanova..........................30.................1652......................55.1 4. Rutgers............................34.................1911......................56.2 5. Georgetown....................33.................1883......................57.1 6. St. John’s..........................32.................1846......................57.7 7. Cincinnati.........................30.................1785......................59.5 8. Syracuse...........................36.................2166......................60.2 9. Marquette.......................33.................1989......................60.3 10. USF...................................31.................1910......................61.6 11. Notre Dame.....................35.................2181......................62.3 12. Seton Hall........................30.................1870......................62.3 13. Providence.......................34.................2161......................63.6 14. DePaul.............................33.................2138......................64.8 15. Pittsburgh........................31.................2024......................65.3 16. Louisville..........................32.................2206......................68.9

SCORING MARGIN ## 1. 2. 3.

Team G OFF DEF Margin Connecticut.................39.............81.1..............46.2................. +34.9 Notre Dame................35.............77.2..............62.3................. +14.9 St. John’s.....................32.............70.2..............57.7................. +12.5

4. Syracuse......................36.............71.5..............60.2................. +11.3 5. West Virginia...............35.............62.9..............51.9................. +11.0 6. Georgetown................33.............67.2..............57.1................. +10.2 7. DePaul.........................33.............68.3..............64.8....................+3.5 8. Pittsburgh...................31.............68.4..............65.3....................+3.1 9. Marquette...................33.............62.3..............60.3....................+2.0 10. Providence..................34.............65.1..............63.6....................+1.6 Rutgers........................34.............57.8..............56.2....................+1.6 12. USF..............................31.............62.4..............61.6....................+0.8 13. Louisville.....................32.............66.7..............68.9......................-2.2 14. Villanova.....................30.............52.4..............55.1......................-2.6 15. Cincinnati....................30.............56.4..............59.5......................-3.1 16. Seton Hall...................30.............51.2..............62.3................... -11.2

FREE THROW PCT

## Team G FTM FTA Pct 1. DePaul.........................33..............393............... 516......................762 2. Providence..................34..............377............... 515......................732 3. Villanova.....................30..............187............... 256......................730 4. Connecticut.................39..............519............... 718......................723 5. Marquette...................33..............493............... 683......................722 6. Georgetown................33..............446............... 618......................722 7. Louisville.....................32..............504............... 711......................709 8. Notre Dame................35..............543............... 767......................708 9. Cincinnati....................30..............343............... 491......................699 10. Rutgers........................34..............408............... 591......................690 11. Syracuse......................36..............580............... 851......................682 12. Pittsburgh...................31..............396............... 590......................671 13. Seton Hall...................30..............295............... 451......................654 14. USF..............................31..............362............... 558......................649 15. West Virginia...............35..............459............... 721......................637 16. St. John’s.....................32..............438............... 710......................617

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES

## Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Connecticut.................39.............1206.............2362.....................511 2. Notre Dame................35..............996..............2196.....................454 3. St. John’s.....................32..............845..............1984.....................426 4. DePaul.........................33..............849..............2018.....................421 5. Louisville.....................32..............753..............1796.....................419 6. Syracuse......................36..............909..............2185.....................416 7. Pittsburgh...................31..............784..............1902.....................412 8. Providence..................34..............824..............2011.....................410 9. West Virginia...............35..............789..............1960.....................403 10. USF..............................31..............709..............1778.....................399 11. Rutgers........................34..............721..............1825.....................395 12. Georgetown................33..............782..............2008.....................389 13. Cincinnati....................30..............599..............1555.....................385 14. Marquette...................33..............711..............1862.....................382 15. Villanova.....................30..............578..............1550.....................373 16. Seton Hall...................30..............559..............1658.....................337

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSIT Y


## Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Connecticut.................39..............165............... 678......................243 2. St. John’s.....................32..............115............... 421......................273 3. Georgetown................33..............178............... 635......................280 4. West Virginia...............35..............136............... 485......................280 5. Marquette...................33..............163............... 570......................286 6. USF..............................31..............150............... 519......................289 7. Syracuse......................36..............234............... 803......................291 8. Rutgers........................34..............183............... 599......................306 9. DePaul.........................33..............192............... 597......................322 10. Notre Dame................35..............147............... 456......................322 11. Pittsburgh...................31..............180............... 558......................323 12. Villanova.....................30..............103............... 317......................325 13. Louisville.....................32..............188............... 551......................341 14. Providence..................34..............170............... 496......................343 15. Cincinnati....................30..............164............... 478......................343 16. Seton Hall...................30..............143............... 409......................350

REBOUNDING OFFENSE

## Team G Reb Avg/G 1. Syracuse...........................36.................1639......................45.5 2. Connecticut.....................39.................1717......................44.0 3. Pittsburgh........................31.................1302......................42.0 4. USF...................................31.................1255......................40.5 5. St. John’s..........................32.................1291......................40.3 6. West Virginia...................35.................1394......................39.8 7. Louisville..........................32.................1263......................39.5 8. DePaul.............................33.................1300......................39.4 9. Notre Dame.....................35.................1352......................38.6 10. Marquette.......................33.................1242......................37.6 11. Rutgers............................34.................1252......................36.8 12. Georgetown....................33.................1192......................36.1 13. Seton Hall........................30.................1075......................35.8 14. Providence.......................34.................1198......................35.2 15. Cincinnati.........................30.................1032......................34.4 16. Villanova..........................30..................918.......................30.6

REBOUNDING DEFENSE

## Team G Reb Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................39.................1222......................31.3

OPP Avg Margin

BLOCKED SHOTS

## Team G Blocks Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................39..................223.......................5.72 2. West Virginia...................35..................196.......................5.60 3. Pittsburgh........................31..................171.......................5.52 4. Rutgers............................34..................163.......................4.79 5. DePaul.............................33..................137.......................4.15 6. Syracuse...........................36..................147.......................4.08 7. Providence.......................34..................134.......................3.94 8. Notre Dame.....................35..................128.......................3.66 9. St. John’s..........................32..................104.......................3.25 10. USF...................................31...................96........................3.10 11. Villanova..........................30...................92........................3.07 12. Seton Hall........................30...................91........................3.03 13. Georgetown....................33...................93........................2.82 14. Louisville..........................32...................85........................2.66 15. Marquette.......................33...................77........................2.33 16. Cincinnati.........................30...................66........................2.20

ASSISTS

## Team G Assists Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................39..................772.....................19.79 2. Notre Dame.....................35..................633.....................18.09 3. Georgetown....................33..................522.....................15.82 4. DePaul.............................33..................507.....................15.36 5. Pittsburgh........................31..................460.....................14.84 6. Syracuse...........................36..................510.....................14.17 7. Providence.......................34..................472.....................13.88 8. St. John’s..........................32..................442.....................13.81 9. Villanova..........................30..................409.....................13.63 10. Marquette.......................33..................433.....................13.12 11. USF...................................31..................397.....................12.81 12. Rutgers............................34..................405.....................11.91 13. West Virginia...................35..................413.....................11.80 14. Louisville..........................32..................357.....................11.16 15. Cincinnati.........................30..................331.....................11.03 16. Seton Hall........................30..................309.....................10.30

STEALS

## Team G Steals Avg/G 1. Georgetown....................33..................427.....................12.94 2. Notre Dame.....................35..................450.....................12.86 3. West Virginia...................35..................365.....................10.43 4. St. John’s..........................32..................314.......................9.81

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1. Georgetown............33........529.........16.0........797...24.2 +8.12 REBOUNDING MARGIN 2. Notre Dame............35........571.........16.3........791...22.6 +6.29 ## Team G TEAM Avg OPP Avg Margin 3. St. John’s.................32........481.........15.0........660...20.6 +5.59 1. Connecticut.......................... 39...1717....44.0.1222........31.3...+12.7 4. Connecticut.............39........565.........14.5........736...18.9 +4.38 2. Syracuse............................... 36...1639....45.5.1289........35.8.....+9.7 5. Providence..............34........516.........15.2........595...17.5 +2.32 3. West Virginia........................ 35...1394....39.8.1220........34.9.....+5.0 6. West Virginia...........35........583.........16.7........660...18.9 +2.20 4. USF....................................... 31...1255....40.5.1121........36.2.....+4.3 7. Marquette...............33........603.........18.3........645...19.5 +1.27 5. Louisville.............................. 32...1263....39.5.1131........35.3.....+4.1 8. Syracuse..................36........664.........18.4........687...19.1 +0.64 6. Pittsburgh............................ 31...1302....42.0.1176........37.9.....+4.1 9. Rutgers....................34........599.........17.6........603...17.7 +0.12 7. DePaul.................................. 33...1300....39.4.1203........36.5.....+2.9 10. DePaul.....................33........572.........17.3........573...17.4 +0.03 8. Notre Dame......................... 35...1352....38.6.1253........35.8.....+2.8 11. Villanova.................30........405.........13.5........385...12.8 -0.67 9. St. John’s.............................. 32...1291....40.3.1217........38.0.....+2.3 12. Cincinnati................30........474.........15.8........429...14.3 -1.50 10. Marquette............................ 33...1242....37.6.1194........36.2.....+1.5 13. Pittsburgh...............31........539.........17.4........484...15.6 -1.77 11. Georgetown......................... 33...1192....36.1.1163........35.2.....+0.9 14. Seton Hall...............30........526.........17.5........466...15.5 -2.00 12. Rutgers................................. 34...1252....36.8.1227........36.1.....+0.7 15. USF..........................31........582.........18.8........517...16.7 -2.10 13. Cincinnati............................. 30...1032....34.4.1045........34.8.......-0.4 16. Louisville.................32........688.........21.5........572...17.9 -3.62 14. Seton Hall............................ 30...1075....35.8.1132........37.7.......-1.9 15. Providence........................... 34...1198....35.2.1327........39.0.......-3.8 16. Villanova.............................. 30.... 918.....30.6.1121........37.4.......-6.8

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## Team G FG FGA Pct 1. St. John’s.....................32..............119............... 335......................355 2. Connecticut.................39..............231............... 663......................348 3. Notre Dame................35..............166............... 490......................339 4. Pittsburgh...................31..............155............... 477......................325 5. West Virginia...............35..............164............... 506......................324 6. Cincinnati....................30..............151............... 478......................316 7. Providence..................34..............190............... 604......................315 8. Georgetown................33..............208............... 663......................314 9. Syracuse......................36..............176............... 563......................313 10. USF..............................31..............155............... 496......................313 11. Louisville.....................32..............124............... 413......................300 12. Marquette...................33..............141............... 483......................292 13. DePaul.........................33..............163............... 561......................291 14. Villanova.....................30..............230............... 793......................290 15. Rutgers........................34..............115............... 399......................288 16. Seton Hall...................30..............122............... 434......................281

5. DePaul.............................33..................311.......................9.42 6. Connecticut.....................39..................360.......................9.23 7. Marquette.......................33..................297.......................9.00 8. Syracuse...........................36..................315.......................8.75 9. Rutgers............................34..................296.......................8.71 10. Providence.......................34..................285.......................8.38 11. USF...................................31..................251.......................8.10 12. Louisville..........................32..................244.......................7.63 13. Seton Hall........................30..................197.......................6.57 14. Pittsburgh........................31..................190.......................6.13 15. Cincinnati.........................30..................180.......................6.00 16. Villanova..........................30..................177.......................5.90

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2. Cincinnati.........................30.................1045......................34.8 3. West Virginia...................35.................1220......................34.9 4. Georgetown....................33.................1163......................35.2 5. Louisville..........................32.................1131......................35.3 6. Notre Dame.....................35.................1253......................35.8 7. Syracuse...........................36.................1289......................35.8 8. Rutgers............................34.................1227......................36.1 9. USF...................................31.................1121......................36.2 10. Marquette.......................33.................1194......................36.2 11. DePaul.............................33.................1203......................36.5 12. Villanova..........................30.................1121......................37.4 13. Seton Hall........................30.................1132......................37.7 14. Pittsburgh........................31.................1176......................37.9 15. St. John’s..........................32.................1217......................38.0 16. Providence.......................34.................1327......................39.0

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WVU

## Team G FG FGA Pct 1. Connecticut.................39..............685..............2284.....................300 2. Rutgers........................34..............626..............1801.....................348 3. Syracuse......................36..............757..............2160.....................350 4. West Virginia...............35..............658..............1876.....................351 5. USF..............................31..............653..............1752.....................373 6. St. John’s.....................32..............699..............1836.....................381 7. Villanova.....................30..............612..............1584.....................386 8. Pittsburgh...................31..............719..............1855.....................388 9. Georgetown................33..............636..............1622.....................392 10. Providence..................34..............739..............1880.....................393 11. Marquette...................33..............733..............1858.....................395 12. DePaul.........................33..............765..............1922.....................398 13. Cincinnati....................30..............683..............1677.....................407 14. Louisville.....................32..............770..............1887.....................408 15. Notre Dame................35..............820..............2001.....................410 16. Seton Hall...................30..............705..............1665.....................423

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## Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg 1. Connecticut.............39........772.........19.8........565...14.5 2. Notre Dame............35........633.........18.1........571...16.3 3. Villanova.................30........409.........13.6........405...13.5 4. Georgetown............33........522.........15.8........529...16.0 5. St. John’s.................32........442.........13.8........481...15.0 6. Providence..............34........472.........13.9........516...15.2 7. DePaul.....................33........507.........15.4........572...17.3 8. Pittsburgh...............31........460.........14.8........539...17.4 9. Syracuse..................36........510.........14.2........664...18.4 10. Marquette...............33........433.........13.1........603...18.3 11. West Virginia...........35........413.........11.8........583...16.7 12. Cincinnati................30........331.........11.0........474...15.8 13. USF..........................31........397.........12.8........582...18.8 14. Rutgers....................34........405.........11.9........599...17.6 15. Seton Hall...............30........309.........10.3........526...17.5 16. Louisville.................32........357.........11.2........688...21.5

Ratio 1.37 1.11 1.01 0.99 0.92 0.91 0.89 0.85 0.77 0.72 0.71 0.70 0.68 0.68 0.59 0.52

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

## Team G No. Avg/G 1. Syracuse...........................36..................646.....................17.94 2. Georgetown....................33..................529.....................16.03 3. Pittsburgh........................31..................469.....................15.13 4. St. John’s..........................32..................477.....................14.91 5. West Virginia...................35..................513.....................14.66 6. Louisville..........................32..................469.....................14.66 7. USF...................................31..................444.....................14.32 8. DePaul.............................33..................465.....................14.09 9. Notre Dame.....................35..................481.....................13.74 10. Seton Hall........................30..................395.....................13.17 11. Connecticut.....................39..................508.....................13.03 12. Marquette.......................33..................425.....................12.88 13. Rutgers............................34..................419.....................12.32 14. Providence.......................34..................385.....................11.32 15. Cincinnati.........................30..................311.....................10.37 16. Villanova..........................30..................222.......................7.40

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

OFFENSIVE REB PCT.

DEFENSIVE REB PCT.

3-POINT FG MADE

## Team G No. Avg/G 1. Connecticut.....................39.................1209....................31.00 2. Syracuse...........................36..................993.....................27.58 3. Pittsburgh........................31..................833.....................26.87 4. USF...................................31..................811.....................26.16 5. St. John’s..........................32..................814.....................25.44 6. DePaul.............................33..................835.....................25.30 7. West Virginia...................35..................881.....................25.17 8. Notre Dame.....................35..................871.....................24.89 9. Louisville..........................32..................794.....................24.81 10. Marquette.......................33..................817.....................24.76 11. Rutgers............................34..................833.....................24.50 12. Cincinnati.........................30..................721.....................24.03 13. Providence.......................34..................813.....................23.91 14. Villanova..........................30..................696.....................23.20 15. Seton Hall........................30..................680.....................22.67 16. Georgetown....................33..................663.....................20.09 ## Team G D-Reb O-Reb D-Reb Pct 1. Connecticut.................39.............1209..................464...............0.723 2. Cincinnati....................30..............721...................334...............0.683 3. Marquette...................33..............817...................383...............0.681 4. USF..............................31..............811...................383...............0.679 5. Notre Dame................35..............871...................416...............0.677 6. West Virginia...............35..............881...................421...............0.677 7. St. John’s.....................32..............814...................395...............0.673 8. Villanova.....................30..............696...................338...............0.673 9. Pittsburgh...................31..............833...................418...............0.666 10. Syracuse......................36..............993...................509...............0.661 11. DePaul.........................33..............835...................429...............0.661 12. Seton Hall...................30..............680...................353...............0.658 13. Rutgers........................34..............833...................449...............0.650 14. Providence..................34..............813...................453...............0.642 15. Louisville.....................32..............794...................451...............0.638 16. Georgetown................33..............663...................401...............0.623

2009-10

BIG EAST CONFERENCE Team Highs

TEAM HIGHS

(HIGHEST TOTALS MADE BY) POINTS

105 Connecticut vs Northeastern (11/14/09) 102 Notre Dame vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/15/09)

MARGIN

70 (105-35) Connecticut vs Northeastern (11/14/09) 67 (91-24) Connecticut at Seton Hall (01/02/10)

FIELD GOALS MADE

42 Connecticut vs Northeastern (11/14/09) 42 Notre Dame vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/15/09)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

79 USF vs Florida A&M (11/13/09) 79 Notre Dame vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/15/09)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

.618 (34-55) Connecticut vs Temple (03/23/10) .615 (32-52) Connecticut vs Southern (03/21/10)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

14 Syracuse vs Binghamton (11/22/09) 13 Connecticut vs Richmond (11/28/09) 13 Villanova vs Marquette (01/16/10)

13 Connecticut at Duke (1-18-10) 13 Villanova vs Syracuse (02/09/10) 13 Georgetown vs Seton Hall (03/01/10)

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

39 Villanova vs Binghamton (12/11/09) 38 Villanova at Massachusetts (11/22/09) 38 Villanova at Lehigh (12/5/09)

3-POINT PERCENTAGE

.833 (5-6) St. John’s vs Providence (1/30/10) .706 (12-17) Connecticut vs Temple (03/23/10)

FREE THROWS MADE

37 Pittsburgh at Providence (1/23/10) 34 Syracuse vs Rutgers (01/13/10)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

45 Pittsburgh at Providence (1/23/10) 42 Syracuse vs Alabama State (11/19/09)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (11-11) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (8-8) 1.000 (7-7) 1.000 (6-6)

Marquette vs DePaul (3/6/10) Seton Hall at Rhode Island (11/24/09) Georgetown at Cincinnati (01/19/10) Georgetown at Connecticut (2/27/10) Villanova vs San Francisco (12/28/09) Villanova at Lehigh (12/5/09)

## Team G O-Reb D-Reb O-Reb Pct 1. Syracuse......................36..............646............... 780...................0.453 2. Georgetown................33..............529............... 762...................0.410 3. Louisville.....................32..............469............... 680...................0.408 4. Connecticut.................39..............508............... 758...................0.401 5. West Virginia...............35..............513............... 799...................0.391 6. Pittsburgh...................31..............469............... 758...................0.382 7. USF..............................31..............444............... 738...................0.376 8. DePaul.........................33..............465............... 774...................0.375 9. St. John’s.....................32..............477............... 822...................0.367 10. Notre Dame................35..............481............... 837...................0.365 11. Rutgers........................34..............419............... 778...................0.350 12. Marquette...................33..............425............... 811...................0.344 13. Seton Hall...................30..............395............... 779...................0.336 14. Providence..................34..............385............... 874...................0.306 15. Cincinnati....................30..............311............... 711...................0.304 16. Villanova.....................30..............222............... 783...................0.221 ## Team G 3FG Avg/G 1. Villanova..........................30..................230.......................7.67 2. Georgetown....................33..................208.......................6.30 3. Connecticut.....................39..................231.......................5.92 4. Providence.......................34..................190.......................5.59 5. Cincinnati.........................30..................151.......................5.03 6. Pittsburgh........................31..................155.......................5.00 USF...................................31..................155.......................5.00 8. DePaul.............................33..................163.......................4.94 9. Syracuse...........................36..................176.......................4.89 10. Notre Dame.....................35..................166.......................4.74 11. West Virginia...................35..................164.......................4.69 12. Marquette.......................33..................141.......................4.27 13. Seton Hall........................30..................122.......................4.07 14. Louisville..........................32..................124.......................3.88 15. St. John’s..........................32..................119.......................3.72 16. Rutgers............................34..................115.......................3.38

1.000 (4-4) 1.000 (4-4) 1.000 (2-2) 1.000 (2-2) 1.000 (2-2) 1.000 (1-1)

Villanova at Massachusetts (11/22/09) Providence at Connecticut (2/20/10) USF at St. John’s (1/23/10) Villanova vs Marquette (3/5/10) Notre Dame vs Connecticut (3/8/10) Villanova at USF (02/02/10)

REBOUNDS

63 USF vs Florida A&M (11/13/09) 61 Connecticut vs Northeastern (11/14/09)

ASSISTS

31 Notre Dame vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/15/09) 29 Pittsburgh at Youngstown State (12/2/09)

STEALS

24 Georgetown vs Wofford (11/28/09) 24 Notre Dame vs Charlotte (12/20/09)

BLOCKED SHOTS

12 Pittsburgh vs Mount St. Mary’s (12/31/09) 12 Connecticut at Louisville (2/7/2010)

TURNOVERS

38 Louisville at Kentucky (12/20/09) 34 Villanova at Notre Dame (01/09/10)

FOULS

35 Louisville at Kentucky (12/20/09) 31 Pittsburgh at Austin Peay (12/20/09)

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2009-10 Season OPPONENTS OUTLOOK PRESEASON TOWSON, DUQUESNE, NOTEBOOK........................................ IOWA, COLUMBIA............... 56 74 NEVADA,SCHEDULE. RADFORD,.............................................. MAINE, 2009-10 57 EASTERN KENTUCKY....................................... 75 LONGWOOD, FRESNO STATE, UMBC, SANTA CLARA................................................. 76 ST. JOHN’S, PITT, DEPAUL, VILLANOVA.................. 77 MARSHALL, NOTRE DAME, SETON HALL, LOUISVILLE ................................................... 78 CONNECTICUT, PROVIDENCE, GEORGETOWN, RUTGERS ....................................................... 79 USF, CINCINNATI, MARQUETTE, SYRACUSE............ 80 SCORES VS. 2009-10 OPPONENTS.......................... 81 LOYOLA, DUQUESNE, DELAWARE STATE, TCU....................76 VIRGINIA, IOWA STATE, ELON, HIGH POINT.......................77 VILLANOVA, PRAIRIE VIEW A&M, ST. FRANCIS, NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL...............................................78 ST. BONAVENTURE, CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE, SETON HALL, CINCINNATI....................................................79 MARQUETTE, SYRACUSE, MARSHALL, USF.......................80 GEORGETOWN, DEPAUL, PROVIDENCE, PITT.....................81 CONNECTICUT, LOUISVILLE, NOTRE DAME, RUTGERS, ST. JOHN’S.............................................................................82 SCORES VS. 2010-11 OPPONENTS..................................... 83

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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY

Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 3,686 Nickname: Greyhounds

Head Coach: Joe Logan Career Record: 75-75 (5 years) At School: 75-75 (5 years) 2009-10 Record:  14-16 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 9-9/5th

Contact: Megan Lobdell Phone: (410) 617-2656 E-Mail: mllobdell@loyola.edu Web Page: www.loyolagreyhounds.com

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment: 10,160 Nickname: Dukes

Head Coach: Suzie McConnellSerio Career Record: 55-39 (3 years) At School: 55-39 (3 years) 2009-10 Record: 20-12 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 9-5/T-4th

Contact: Ryan Gavatorta Phone: (412) 396-6560 E-Mail: gavatortar@duq.edu Web Page: www.GoDuquesne.com

Location: Dover, Del. Enrollment: 3,534 Nickname: Lady Hornets

Head Coach: Ed Davis Career Record: 333-193 (18 years) At School: 156-139 (10 years) 2009-10 Record: 6-24 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 4-11/10th

Contact: Dennis Jones Phone: (302) 857-6068 E-Mail: djones@desu.edu Web Page: www.DSUHornets.com

Location: Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment: 8,865 Nickname: Lady Frogs

Head Coach: Jeff Mittie Career Record: 389-174 (19 years) At School: 238-115 (12 years) 2009-10 Record: 22-9 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 12-4/1st

Contact: Andy Anderson Phone: (817) 257-7969 E-Mail: a.anderson2@tcu.edu Web Page: www.gofrogs.com

(MARYLAND)

SPORTS INFORMATION

Nov. 12, Morgantown, W.Va.

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DUQUESNE

Nov. 17, Morgantown, W.Va.

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DELAWARE STATE

Nov. 19, Morgantown, W.Va.

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TCU

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Nov. 26, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Location: Charlottesville, Va. Enrollment: 20,895 Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos, ‘Hoos

Head Coach: Debbie Ryan Career Record: 720-308 (33 years) At School: 720-308 (33 years) 2009-10 Record: 21-10 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 9-5/3rd

Contact: Amy Mulligan Phone: (434) 982-5534 E-Mail: amulligan@virginia.edu Web Page: www.virginiasports.com

IOWA STATE

Location: Ames, Iowa Enrollment: 28,682 Nickname: Cyclone

Head Coach: Bill Fennelly Career Record: 498-202 (22 years) At School: 332-149 (15 years) 2009-10 Record: 25-8 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 11-5/T-2nd

Contact: Matt Shoultz Phone: (515) 294-1393 E-Mail: mshoultz@iastate.edu Web Page: www.cyclones.com

Location: Elon, N.C. Enrollment: 4,995 Nickname: Phoenix

Head Coach: Karen Barefoot Career Record: 189-131 (13 years) At School: 17-45 (2 years) 2009-10 Record: 12-19 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 6-14/10th

Contact: Dan Wyar Phone: (336) 278-6634 E-Mail: dwyar@elon.edu Web Page: www.elonphoenix.com

Location: High Point, N.C. Enrollment: 4,250 Nickname: Panthers

Head Coach: Tooey Loy Career Record: 147-115 (nine years) At School:147-115 (nine years) 2009-10 Record: 17-14 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 9-7/3r

Contact: Joe Arancio Phone: 336-841-4638 E-Mail: jarancio@highpoint.edu Web Page: www.highpointpanthers.com

ELON

Dec. 2, Morgantown, W.Va.

HIGH POINT

Dec. 4, Morgantown, W.Va.

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2009-10 REVIEW

Nov. 27, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

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VIRGINIA

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VILLANOVA

PROFILES THE BIG EAST

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M

Dec. 11, Morgantown, W.Va.

OPPONENT INFO 2009-10 REVIEW

ST. FRANCIS (PA.)

SPORTS INFORMATION

Location: Villanova, Pa. Enrollment: 6,240 Nickname: Wildcats

Head Coach: Harry Perretta Career Record: 555-327 (31 years) At School: 555-327 (31 years) 2009-10 Record: 14-16 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 3-13/15th

Contact: David Berman Phone: (610) 519-4120 E-Mail: david.berman@villanova.edu Web Page: www.villanova.com

Location: Prairie View, Texas Enrollment: 8,700 Nickname: Panthers

Head Coach: Toyelle Wilson Career Record: 1st Season At School: 1st Season 2009-10 Record: 15-14 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish:12-6/2nd

Contact: Rahim Mohamed Phone: (936) 261-9106 E-Mail: rmohamed@pvamu.edu Web Page: http://sports.pvamu.edu

Location: Loretto, Pa. Enrollment: 2,300 Nickname: Red Flash

Head Coach: Susan Robinson Fruchtl Career Record: 38-55 (3 years) At School: 38-55 (3 years) 2009-10 Record: 17-15 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 11-7/T-4th

Contact: Ben Mitchell Phone: (814) 472-3916 E-Mail: bmitchell@francis.edu Web Page: www.goRedFlash.com

Location: Durham, N.C. Enrollment: 8,587 Nickname: Lady Eagles

Head Coach: Joli D. Robinson Career Record: 208-190 (14 years) At School: 208-190 (14 years) 2009-10 Record: 11-18 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: N/A

Contact: Reah P. Nicholson Phone: (919) 530-6892 E-Mail: rpnicholson@nccu.edu Web Page: www.NCCUEaglePride.com

Dec. 18, Morgantown, W.Va.

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Dec. 9, Villanova, Pa.

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Dec. 21, Durham, N.C.

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSIT Y


ST. BONAVENTURE

Location: St. Bonaventure, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,000 Nickname: Bonnies

Contact: Jason MacBain Phone: (716) 375-4019 E-Mail: jmacbain@sbu.edu Web Page: www.gobonnies.com

Location: New Britain, Conn. Enrollment: 12,000 Nickname: Blue Devils

Head Coach: Beryl Piper Assistant Coaches: Kerri Reaves, Glenn Senecal, Liz Stich Career Record: 34-57 (3 years) At School: 34-57 (3 years) 2009-10 Record: 12-18 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 8-10/7th

Contact: Tommy Meade Phone: (860) 832-3057 E-Mail: ST_MeadeT@ccsu.edu Web Page: WWW.CCSUBlueDevils.Com

Location: South Orange, N.J. Enrollment: 9,700 Nickname: Pirates

Head Coach: Anne Donovan Career Record: First season At School: First season 2009-10 Record: 9-21 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 1-15/16th

Contact: Dan Kuberka Phone: (973) 761-9493 E-Mail: mkuberkada@shu.edu Web Page: www.shupirates.com

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment: 35,244 Nickname: Bearcats

Head Coach: Jamelle Elliott Career Record: 12-18 (1 year) At School: 12-18 (1 year) 2009-10 Record: 12-18 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 4-12/14th

Contact: Jeremy Martin Phone: (513) 556-5191 E-Mail: jeremy.martin@uc.edu Web Page: www.ucbearcats.com

CINCINNATI

Jan. 8, Morgantown, W.Va.

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Jan. 5, Newark, N.J.

MEDIA INFO

Jan. 2, Morgantown, W.Va.

SETON HALL

SPORTS INFORMATION

Head Coach: Jim Crowley Career Record: 172-200 (13 years) At School: 133-162 (10 years) 2009-10 Record:  23-10 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 9-5/T-4th

Dec. 30, Bonaventure, N.Y.

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MARQUETTE

PROFILES THE BIG EAST

SYRACUSE

MARSHALL

Jan. 19, Charleston, W.Va.

Location: Milwaukee, Wisc. Enrollment: 11,000 Nickname: Golden Eagles

Head Coach: Terri Mitchell Career Record: 272-162 (14 years) At School: 272-162 (14 years) 2009-10 Record: 25-11 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 7-9/10th

Contact: Amy Ufnowski Phone: (414) 288-7419 E-Mail: amy.ufnowski@ marquette.edu Web Page: www.gomarquette.com

Location: Syracuse, N.Y. Enrollment: 11,500 Nickname: Orange

Head Coach: Quentin Hillsman Career Record: 73-55 (4 years) At School: 73-55 (4 years) 2009-10 Record: 25-11 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 7-9/9th

Contact: Josh Waldman Phone: (315) 443-2608 E-Mail: jmwaldma@syr.edu Web Page: www.suathletics.com

Location: Huntington, W.Va. Enrollment: 13,814 Nickname: Thundering Herd

Head Coach: Royce Chadwick Career Record: 536-266 (26 years) At School: 136-134 (9 years) 2009-10 Record: 14-16 2009-10 Conference Record/ Finish: 6-10/9th

Contact: Bob Pristash Phone: (304) 696-2418 E-Mail: pristash1@marshall.edu Web Page: www.HerdZone.com

Location: Tampa, Fla. Enrollment: 43,885 Nickname: Bulls

Head Coach: Jose Fernandez Career Record: 158-149 (10 years) At School: 158-149 (10 years) 2009-10 Record: 15-16 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 6-10/10th

Contact: Mike Hogan Phone: (813) 974-4092 E-Mail: mhogan@admin.usf.edu Web Page: www.gousfbulls.com

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SPORTS INFORMATION

Jan. 15, Morgantown, W.Va.

OPPONENT INFO 2009-10 REVIEW

COACHING STAFF

Jan. 11, Milwaukee, Wis.

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80

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USF

Jan. 22, Morgantown, W.Va.

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Contact: Barbara Barnes Phone: (202) 687-7155 E-Mail: bj57@georgetown.edu Web Page: www.guhoyas.com

Location: Chicago, Ill. Enrollment: 23,148 Nickname: Blue Demon

Head Coach: Doug Bruno Career Record: 458-264 (24 years) At School: 458-264 (24 years) 2009-10 Record: 21-12 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 9-7/7th

Contact: Alicia Powers Phone: (773) 325-4740 E-Mail: apowers1@depaul.edu Web Page: www.depaulbluedemons.com

Location: Providence, R.I. Enrollment: 3,912 Nickname: Friars

Head Coach: Phil Seymore Career Record: 62-87 (5 years) At School: 62-87 (5 years) 2009-10 Record: 19-15 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 7-9/8th

Contact: Jen Rynearson Phone: (401) 865-2208 E-Mail: jrynears@providence.edu Web Page: www.friars.com

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment: 33,574 Nickname: Panthers

Head Coach: Agnus Berenato Career Record: 413-338 (26 years) At School: 130-113 (7 years) 2009-10 Record: 25-8 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 5-11/11th

Contact: Mendy Nestor Phone: (412) 648-8240 E-Mail: mnestor@athletics.pitt.edu Web Page: www.pittsburghpanthers.com

PROVIDENCE

Feb. 1, Morgantown, W.Va.

PITT

MOUNTAINEERS THE BIG EAST OPPONENT INFO MEDIA INFO

Feb. 5, Morgantown, W.Va. Feb. 19, Pittsburgh, Pa.

2009-10 REVIEW

Jan. 30, Chicago, Ill.

OUTLOOK

PROFILES

Head Coach: Terri WilliamsFlournoy Career Record: 96-84 (6 years) At School: 96-84 (6 years) 2009-10 Record: 26-7 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 13-3/3rd

COACHING STAFF

SPORTS INFORMATION

Location: Washington, D.C. Enrollment: 13,652 Nickname: Hoyas

Jan. 25, Washington

DEPAUL

COACHING STAFF

THE RECORD BOOK

GEORGETOWN

GENERAL INFO

WVU

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CONNECTICUT

OUTLOOK

LOUISVILLE

2009-10 REVIEW THE RECORD BOOK

NOTRE DAME

Head Coach: Geno Auriemma Career Record: 735-122 (25 years) At School: 735-122 (25 years) 2009-10 Record: 39-0 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 16-0/1st

Contact: Patrick McKenna Phone: (860) 486-3531 E-Mail: Patrick.mckenna@uconn.edu Web Page: www.uconnhuskies.com

Location: Louisville, Ky. Enrollment: 22,000 Nickname: Cardinals

Head Coach: Jeff Walz Career Record: 74-33 (3 years) At School: 74-33 (3 years) 2009-10 Record: 14-18 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 5-11/12th

Contact: Kim Pemberton Phone: (502) 852-7711 E-Mail: kapemb01@louisville.edu Web Page: www.uoflsports.com

Location: South Bend, Ind. Enrollment: 11,603 Nickname: Fighting Irish

Head Coach: Muffet McGraw Career Record: 613-244 (28 years) At School: 525-203 (23 years) 2009-10 Record: 29-6 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 12-4/5th

Contact: Chris Masters Phone: (574) 631-8032 E-Mail: masters.5@nd.edu Web Page: www.und.com

Location:

Head Coach: C. Vivian Stringer Career Record: 843-295 (39 years) At School: 323-160 (15 years) 2009-10 Record: 19-15 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 9-7/6th

Contact: Stacey Brann Phone: (732) 445-4200 E-Mail: sbrann@scarletknights.com Web Page: www.scarletknights.com

Head Coach: Kim Barnes Arico Career Record: 224-185 (14 years) At School: 130-113 (8 years) 2009-10 Record: 25-7 2009-10 BIG EAST Record/ Finish: 12-4/4th

Contact: Kristin Duffy Phone: (718) 990-1522 E-Mail: duffyk@stjohns.edu Web Page: www.redstormsports.com

Feb. 22, Morgantown, W.Va New Brunswick, N.J.

RUTGERS

Enrollment: 33,500 Nickname: Scarlet Knights

Feb. 26, Piscataway, N.J.

WVU MEDIA INFO

Location: Storrs, Conn. Enrollment: 28,481 Nickname: Huskies

Feb.13, Louisville, Ky.

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SPORTS INFORMATION

Feb. 8, Morgantown, W.Va.

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ST. JOHN’S

Location: Queens, N.Y. Enrollment: 20,086 Nickname: Red Storm

Feb. 28, Morgantown, W.Va. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSIT Y


ELON (FIRST MEETING) GEORGETOWN (9-11)

1996, away, Georgetown, 92-82 1996, home, Georgetown, 87-84 1997, away, Georgetown, 94-79 1981, at Pittsburgh, Pa., DePaul, 86-79 1997, at Storrs, Conn., Georgetown, 79-60 2006, home, West Virginia, 82-70 1998, home, West Virginia, 74-65 2007, away, West Virginia, 74-63 1998, away, Georgetown, 79-66 2008, home, DePaul, 81-80 1999, home, West Virginia, 84-73 2009, away, DePaul, 56-74 2009, at Hartford, Conn., DePaul, 75-72 (OT) 2000, home, Georgetown, 61-43 2000, away, Georgetown, 76-47 2010, home, West Virginia 64-57 (OT) 2010, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia, 47-41 2001, away, Georgetown, 88-64 2002, home, West Virginia, 71-70 (OT) DUQUESNE (34-7) 2003, away, Georgetown, 78-58 1977, home, West Virginia, 73-55 2004, home, West Virginia, 70-61 1977, away, West Virginia, 77-42 2005, away, Georgetown, 65-71 1978, home, West Virginia, 78-49 2005, home, West Virginia, 73-61 1979, away, Duquesne, 73-65 2006, home, West Virginia, 65-54 1980, home, West Virginia, 89-65 2007, away, West Virginia, 69-47 1981, away, West Virginia, 70-66

DEPAUL (4-4)

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MARSHALL (33-16)

1974, home, Marshall, 44-32 1975, away, Marshall, 61-53 1975, home, Marshall, 75-52 1976, home, Marshall, 50-48 1976, home, Marshall, 69-68 1977, away, West Virginia, 53-43 1977, home, West Virginia, 79-70 1978, away, West Virginia, 51-50 1978, home, West Virginia, 73-62 1978, home, Marshall, 74-65 1978, home, West Virginia, 68-56 1979, home, West Virginia, 85-80 1979, away, West Virginia, 66-54 1980, home, Marshall, 76-75 1980, home, Marshall, 84-72 1981, away, West Virginia, 95-65 1981, home, West Virginia, 88-64 1982, home, West Virginia, 70-61 1982, home, West Virginia, 80-57 1983, home, West Virginia, 87-58 1983, away, West Virginia, 64-49 1984, away, West Virginia, 76-65 1985, home, West Virginia, 78-71 1985, home, West Virginia, 92-79 1986, away, Marshall, 90-72 1987, home, West Virginia, 85-82 1988, away, West Virginia, 72-67 1989, at Charleston, West Virginia, 77-42

CENTRAL (1-0)

2009, home, West Virginia, 70-31

NOTRE DAME (2-17)

1996, home, Notre Dame, 73-55 1997, away, Notre Dame, 103-58 1997, home, Notre Dame, 80-67 1998, away, Notre Dame, 86-78 1999, away, Notre Dame, 111-90 1999, home, Notre Dame, 89-54 2000, away, Notre Dame, 75-54 2001, home, Notre Dame, 87-64 2002, away, Notre Dame, 72-63 2003, home, Notre Dame, 66-59 2003, away, Notre Dame, 69-65 2004, home, West Virginia, 64-51 2005, away, Notre Dame, 57-82 2005, at Hartford, Conn., Notre Dame, 59-70 2006, home, Notre Dame, 70-58 2007, away, Notre Dame, 77-67 2008, home, West Virginia, 56-50 2009, away, Notre Dame, 72-66 2010, away, Notre Dame, 74-66

PITT (23-18)

1974, away, Pitt, 44-40 1975, home, Pitt, 81-57 1976, away, Pitt, 73-41 1977, home, Pitt, 71-60 1978, away, Pitt, 70-67 1979, home, Pitt, 69-67

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF PROFILES OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST OPPONENT INFO

1990, home, West Virginia, 81-39 1991, away, Marshall, 70-63 1992, at Charleston, West Virginia, 89-73 1993, at Charleston, Marshall, 92-81 HIGH POINT (FIRST MEETING) 1994, at Charleston, West Virginia, 73-66 at Charleston, Marshall, 87-72 IOWA STATE (FIRST MEETING) 1995, 1996, at Charleston, West Virginia, 76-71 1997, at Charleston, West Virginia, 86-78 LOUISVILLE (6-2) 1998, at Charleston, Marshall, 68-63 2006, home, West Virginia, 99-73 2006, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia, 54-45 1999, at Charleston, West Virginia, 76-70 2000, at Charleston, Marshall, 62-51 2007, away, West Virginia, 76-71 (OT) 2001, at Charleston, Marshall, 74-72 2007, at Hartford, Conn., Louisville, 68-56 2002, at Charleston, West Virginia, 65-37 2008, home, West Virginia, 78-70 2003, at Charleston, West Virginia, 67-63 2008, at Hartford, Conn., Louisville, 67-60 2004, at Charleston, West Virginia, 79-53 2009, away, West Virginia, 79-70 2005, at Charleston, Marshall, 82-76 2010, home, West Virginia, 72-66 2006, at Charleston, West Virginia, 72-58 LOYOLA, MD. 2007, at Charleston, West Virginia, 76-54 2008, at Charleston, West Virginia, 58-51 (FIRST MEETING) 2009, at Charleston, West Virginia, 74-65 MARQUETTE (2-3) 2010, at Charleston, West Virginia, 74-42 2006, home, Marquette, 80-75 MORGAN STATE (0-1) 2007, away, Marquette, 50-74 1979, home, Morgan State, 80-78 2008, home, West Virginia, 68-63 2009, away, Marquette, 59-79 NORTH CAROLINA 2010, home, West Virginia, 69-56

2009-10 REVIEW

DELAWARE STATE (1-1)

2002, home, West Virginia, 69-38 2003, away, Delaware State, 59-56

2008, home, West Virginia, 67-35 2009, away, Georgetown, 79-73 (OT) 2010, home, West Virginia, 55-46

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CONNECTICUT (1-22)

1982, away, West Virginia, 62-50 1996, away, Connecticut, 79-47 1996, home, Connecticut, 82-37 1997, home, Connecticut, 91-54 1997, away, Connecticut, 94-74 1998, home, Connecticut, 85-68 1998, at Piscataway, N.J., Connecticut, 84-82 1999, away, Connecticut, 116-71 2000, away, Connecticut, 75-35 2000, home, Connecticut, 100-28 2001, away, Connecticut, 97-34 2002, home, Connecticut, 89-60 2003, away, Connecticut, 78-58 2004, home, Connecticut, 82-57 2004, away, Connecticut, 100-72 2005, home, Connecticut, 71-41 2006, away, Connecticut, 58-50 2006, at Hartford, Conn., Connecticut, 50-44 2007, home, Connecticut, 63-44 2008, away, Connecticut, 84-48 2009, home, Connecticut, 85-55 2010, away, Connecticut, 80-47 2010, at Hartford, Conn., Connecticut, 60-32

1982, home, West Virginia, 77-56 1983, home, West Virginia, 75-46 1984, home, West Virginia, 85-67 1985, away, West Virginia, 90-71 1986, away, Duquesne, 54-50 1986, away, West Virginia, 85-54 1987, away, West Virginia, 63-59 1987, home, West Virginia, 89-79 1988, away, West Virginia, 80-69 1988, home, West Virginia, 75-58 1989, away, West Virginia, 88-71 1989, home, West Virginia, 83-76 1990, away, West Virginia, 65-50 1990, home, West Virginia, 81-53 1991, home, West Virginia, 105-50 1991, away, West Virginia, 80-49 1992, home, West Virginia, 73-56 1992, away, West Virginia, 81-65 1992, at Piscataway, N.J., Duquesne, 63-62 1993, home, West Virginia, 90-80 1994, away, Duquesne, 98-85 1994, home, West Virginia, 72-69 (OT) 1995, away, Duquesne, 90-73 1995, home, Duquesne, 77-68 1996, away, Duquesne, 89-69 1997, home, West Virginia, 85-79 2002, away, West Virginia, 84-81 (OT) 2003, home, West Virginia, 79-53 2004, away, West Virginia, 86-68 2005, home, West Virginia, 74-54 2006, away, West Virginia, 77-61 2007, home, West Virginia, 77-42 2008, away, West Virginia, 91-64 2009, home, West Virginia, 59-41 2010, away, West Virginia, 73-52

WVU

CINCINNATI (4-5)

1978, at Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, 65-60 1980, away, Cincinnati, 79-63 1981, home, West Virginia, 58-56 1983, away, Cincinnati, 76-63 2006, away, Cincinnati, 56-46 2007, home, West Virginia, 61-49 2008, away, West Virginia, 82-63 2009, home, Cincinnati, 61-55 2010, away, West Virginia, 64-43

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1980, away, Pitt, 80-67 1981, home, Pitt, 78-67 1982, away, Pitt, 75-43 1983, home, West Virginia, 84-66 1984, away, Pitt, 77-61 1985, home, West Virginia, 77-63 1986, away, West Virginia, 68-64 1987, home, West Virginia, 61-56 1988, away, West Virginia, 63-62 1989, home, West Virginia, 67-63 1990, away, West Virginia, 80-65 1992, home, West Virginia, 91-63 1996, home, West Virginia, 73-65 1996, away, Pitt, 82-79 1997, away, West Virginia, 95-86 1998, home, West Virginia, 65-50 1998, away, West Virginia, 86-61 1999, home, West Virginia, 76-60 2000, away, Pitt, 74-54 2001, home, West Virginia, 65-58 2001, away, Pitt, 75-67 (OT) 2002, home, West Virginia, 80-63 2003, away, Pitt, 67-61 2004, home, West Virginia, 65-58 2004, away, West Virginia, 56-36 2005, away, West Virginia, 61-55 2005, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia 77-68 2006, home, Pitt, 62-58 2007, away, West Virginia, 57-46 2008, home, West Virginia, 56-35 2008, away, Pitt, 77-75 (OT) 2009, away, Pitt, 72-63 2009, home, Pitt, 72-60 2010, home, West Virginia, 63-59 2010, away, West Virginia, 69-54

PRAIRIE VIEW

(FIRST MEETING)

PROVIDENCE (16-4)

1996, home, West Virginia, 87-81 1997, away, West Virginia, 81-77 1997, home, West Virginia, 81-73 1998, away, West Virginia, 103-92 1999, away, Providence, 100-95 1999, home, West Virginia, 73-58 2000, away, Providence, 74-64 2001, away, West Virginia, 79-74 2002, home, West Virginia, 65-50 2003, away, Providence, 75-61 2003, home, West Virginia, 61-54 2004, away, West Virginia, 88-53 2005, away, West Virginia, 60-45 2005, home, West Virginia, 99-59 2006, away, Providence, 57-55 2007, home, West Virginia, 69-57 2008, away, West Virginia, 63-60 2009, home, West Virginia, 59-50 2009, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia 53-48 2010, away, West Virginia, 75-59

RUTGERS (12-38)

1980, away, Rutgers, 90-51 1981, home, Rutgers, 83-48

1982, away, Rutgers, 89-79 1983, home, Rutgers, 87-85 1984, away, Rutgers, 61-54 1985, home, Rutgers, 72-69 1986, home, Rutgers, 66-54 1986, away, Rutgers, 85-65 1986, home, Rutgers, 57-56 1987, away, Rutgers, 82-57 1987, home, Rutgers, 95-78 1988, away, Rutgers, 75-53 1988, home, Rutgers, 78-73 1989, home, Rutgers, 91-70 1989, away, Rutgers, 78-59 1990, home, Rutgers, 87-71 1990, away, Rutgers, 80-64 1991, away, Rutgers, 95-77 1991, home, West Virginia, 89-78 1992, away, West Virginia, 71-69 1992, home, West Virginia, 88-65 1993, away, Rutgers, 80-68 1993, home, Rutgers, 76-75 1993, away, Rutgers, 71-66 1994, home, Rutgers, 101-69 1994, away, Rutgers, 98-85 1995, away, Rutgers, 100-71 1995, home, Rutgers, 80-65 1995, at Philadelphia, Pa., Rutgers, 89-69 1996, away, West Virginia, 75-63 1997, home, West Virginia, 65-56 1997, away, West Virginia, 62-57 1998, home Rutgers, 76-63 1999, away, Rutgers, 73-54 1999, home, Rutgers, 88-59 2000, home, Rutgers, 55-49 2001, away, Rutgers, 74-50 2001, home, Rutgers, 67-53 2002, home, West Virginia, 65-49 2003, away, Rutgers, 65-50 2004, home, West Virginia, 80-71 2004, at Hartford, Conn., Rutgers, 61-51 2005, away, Rutgers, 70-49 2006, home, Rutgers, 54-41 2006, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia, 56-40 2007, away, Rutgers, 55-49 2008, home, West Virginia, 63-54 2009, away, Rutgers, 44-60 2010, home, West Virginia, 55-51 2010, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia, 56-49

SAINT FRANCIS, PA. (3-0)

2004, home, West Virginia, 74-68 2006, home, West Virginia, 98-60 2007, home, West Virginia, 81-29

ST. BONAVENTURE (16-4)

1987, home, West Virginia, 80-72 1987, away, St. Bonaventure, 60-59 1988, home, West Virginia, 73-64 1988, away, West Virginia, 54-46 1989, home, West Virginia, 86-61 1989, away, West Virginia, 90-83 1990, home, West Virginia, 80-67 1990, away, West Virginia, 66-64 1991, away, West Virginia, 85-64

1991, home, West Virginia, 76-54 1992, away, West Virginia, 83-75 1992, home, West Virginia, 93-51 1993, home, West Virginia, 75-68 1993, away, St. Bonaventure, 95-77 1994, away, St. Bonaventure, 70-69 1994, home, West Virginia, 76-73 1995, home, West Virginia, 85-74 1995, away, West Virginia, 85-72 2008, at Boca Raton, Fla., WVU, 64-37 2009, away, St. Bonaventure, 68-63

ST. JOHN’S (17-4)

1996, home, West Virginia, 63-57 1996, away, West Virginia, 71-66 1997, home, West Virginia, 73-70 1998, home, West Virginia, 65-43 1998, away, West Virginia, 63-55 1999, away, St. John’s, 82-71 2000, home, St. John’s, 61-55 2001, home, West Virginia, 81-63 2001, away, St. John’s, 66-41 2002, away, West Virginia, 69-47 2003, home, West Virginia, 68-59 2004, away, West Virginia, 69-67 2004, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia, 84-59 2005, home, West Virginia, 84-58 2005, home, West Virginia, 68-63 2006, away, St. John’s (Madison Square Garden), 74-69 2006, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia, 55-49 2007, home, West Virginia, 66-42 2008, away, West Virginia, 68-44 2009, home, West Virginia, 63-61 2010, away, West Virginia, 54-50

SETON HALL (9-13)

1983, away, Seton Hall, 66-52 1996, home, West Virginia, 67-50 1997, away, West Virginia, 74-59 1997, home, West Virginia, 81-70 1997, at Storrs, Conn., West Virginia, 73-66 1998, away, Seton Hall, 86-81 1998, at Piscataway, N.J., West Virginia, 67-65 1999, home, Seton Hall, 62-61 1999, away, West Virginia, 78-70 2000, away, Seton Hall, 58-49 2000, home, Seton Hall, 58-55 2001, home, Seton Hall, 62-47 2002, away, Seton Hall, 68-52 2003, home, Seton Hall, 54-50 2004, away, Seton Hall, 50-57 2005, away, Seton Hall, 55-66 2005, home, West Virginia, 64-56 2006, away, Seton Hall, 67-61 (OT) 2007, home, West Virginia, 79-54 2008, away, West Virginia, 70-42 2009, home, Seton Hall, 55-47 2010, home, Seton Hall, 53-31

SYRACUSE (11-9)

1996, away, West Virginia, 86-68 1996, at Storrs, Conn., Syracuse, 95-78 1997, away, West Virginia, 93-69

1997, home, Syracuse, 83-72 1998, home, Syracuse, 99-93 1999, home, West Virginia, 76-70 1999, away, Syracuse, 102-88 2001, home, Syracuse, 93-54 2000, away, West Virginia, 65-63 2002, away, Syracuse, 74-46 2002, at Piscataway, N.J., Syracuse, 80-60 2003, home, West Virginia, 77-74, (OT) 2004, away, West Virginia, 69-57 2004, home, West Virginia, 56-36 2005, home, West Virginia, 81-50 2006, away, West Virginia, 74-52 2007, home, West Virginia, 67-49 2008, away, Syracuse, 73-51 2009, home, West Virginia, 69-68 2010, away, Syracuse, 67-48

TCU (FIRST MEETING) USF (5-1)

2006, away, South Florida, 66-56 2007, home, West Virginia, 73-64 2008, away, West Virginia, 79-73 2008, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia, 64-42 2009, home, West Virginia, 90-75 2010, away, West Virginia, 54-45

VILLANOVA (8-18)

1978, home, West Virginia, 83-76 1979, away, Villanova, 71-64 1980, home, West Virginia, 81-77 1981, away, Villanova, 91-59 1996, away, Villanova, 75-61 1997, home, West Virginia, 68-46 1997, away, Villanova, 59-53 1998, home, West Virginia, 59-55 1999, home, Villanova, 71-56 1999, away, Villanova, 65-60 2000, home, Villanova, 62-50 2001, away, Villanova, 98-60 2002, away, Villanova, 59-44 2002, home, Villanova, 88-45 2003, home, Villanova, 53-43 2004, away, Villanova, 67-74 2004, at Hartford, Conn., West Virginia, 58-47 2005, away, Villanova, 52-58 2005, home, Villanova, 51-52 2006, away, Villanova, 75-59 2006, home, Villanova, 69-56 2007, away, Villanova, 70-64 (2OT) 2007, home, West Virginia, 59-45 2008, home, West Virginia, 76-55 2009, away, Villanova, 54-52 2010, home, West Virginia, 45-41

VIRGINIA (0-5)

1989, away, Virginia, 81-68 1991, away, Virginia, 92-63 1992, away, Virginia, 103-83 1997, away, Virginia, 59-58 1998, home, Virginia, 85-72

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The accolades and honors are almost too much to comprehend in what turned out to be the finest season in WVU women’s basketball. The Mountaineers set a school record for most wins in a season (29), finished second in the BIG EAST with 13 victories and was the BIG EAST Championship runner-up for the second time in school history. WVU reached as high as No. 7 in both major polls, marking its highest ranking in school history and first time in the Top 10, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s second round for the third time in the last four years. The Mountaineers set a school record for most home victories (17) in posting the program’s second undefeated home season. Liz Repella was named an ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA first team Academic All-American while Repella, Sarah Miles, Asya Bussie and Korinne Campbell were named all-BIG EAST. Coach Mike Carey was named BIG EAST co-Coach of the Year.

CAREY REACHES 450 CAREER WINS

With WVU’s 78-55 rout of Santa Clara, coach Mike Carey recorded his 450th career victory. Carey, in his 22nd year of head coaching, also won the most games of his career last year with WVU’s 29-6 season. He reached 28 wins four times while coaching Salem from 1996-2000.

IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

WVU made its sixth trip to the NCAA Tournament and third in the last four seasons, defeating Lamar 58-43 in opening round action before falling to upstart San Diego State (64-55). It was the fourth appearance under Coach Mike Carey (2004, 2007, 2008, 2010). WVU is now 5-6 all-time in NCAA Tournament games. West Virginia’s first-ever berth came in 1989 where No. 12 WVU went 1-1, defeating Western Kentucky, 66-57, and falling to national power Virginia 81-68.

In 1992, No. 4 seeded WVU deafeted Clemson 73-72 at the WVU Coliseum in front of 8,268 fans, then an East Region attendance record. WVU then fell to Virginia in the Sweet 16 103-83. In 2004, No. 11 WVU fell to Ohio State 73-67 in Columbus. In 2007, No. 11 WVU defeated No. 6 Xavier, 65-52, before narrowly falling to eventual Final Four participant No. 3 LSU, 49-43, in the second round. In 2008, No. 5 WVU played on No. 12 New Mexico’s home court at “The Pit”in Albuquerque, N.M., and pulled out a 61-60 victory over the Lobos before falling to No. 4 Vanderbilt 64-46.

Year Opponent 1989 1992 2004 2007 2008 2010

W. Kentucky Virginia No. 4 Clemson No. 1 Virginia No. 6 Ohio State No. 6 Xavier No. 3 LSU No. 12 New Mexico No. 4 Vanderbilt No. 14 Lamar No. 11 San Diego State

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W/66-57 Bowling Green, Ky. L/68-81 Charlottesville, Va. W/73-72 Morgantown, W.Va. L/83-103 Charlottesville, Va. L/67-73 Columbus, Ohio W/65-52 Austin, Texas L/43-49 Austin, Texas W/61-60 Albuquerque, N.M. L/46-64 Albuquerque, N.M. W/58-43 Austin, Texas L/55-64 Austin, Texas

13-3 IN BIG EAST PLAY

West Virginia finished the 2009-10 season with a 13-3 BIG EAST mark, setting a school record for most league wins and for its highest-ever seeding (No. 2) in the BIG EAST Championship. The Mountaineers also finished as runners-up in the BIG EAST Tournament for the second time in program history.

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Under the direction of coach Mike Carey,WVU has defeated 12 ranked teams since 2001-02, including two home victories over No. 13/16 Georgetown (5546) and a 63-59 win over No. 22 Pitt last season. Two years ago, WVU won at at No. 5 Louisville, 79-70 - the highest ranked road team WVU has ever defeated. Three years ago, WVU defeated three ranked foes including a 63-54 home victory over No. 4 Rutgers, a 56-50 win over No. 14 Notre Dame and a 56-35 rout of No. 18 Pitt. The triumph over the Scarlet Knights was the second in the last three years while the win over the Fighting Irish marked the second-ever against UND and was the first meeting while both teams were ranked. Four years ago, WVU won at No. 20 Louisville, 76-71 in overtime, to close the 2006-07 regular season. WVU also defeated No. 24 DePaul in Chicago, Ill., 74-63, marking Carey’s first victory over a ranked opponent on the road. In 2005-06, WVU defeated No. 6 Rutgers in the BIG EAST semifinals, 56-40, marking the highest ranked team the Mountaineers had ever defeated in program history. WVU also defeated No. 11 DePaul, 82-70, at the WVU Coliseum last year. In 2003-04, WVU knocked off No. 19 Virginia Tech, 69-66, at the WVU Coliseum and No. 23 Villanova in the 2004 BIG EAST quarterfinals, 58-47, in Hartford, Conn.

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DEFENSE HAS BEEN BETTER THAN ADVERTISED

WVU’s defense used its size and length last season to cause a myriad of problems for the opposition’s offense. WVU’s defense was lights out, holding opponents to just 34.9% shooting from the field and an average of just 51.8 points per game, fourth-best nationally. Prior to its 74-43 victory over Longwood, WVU held Radford, Maine and Eastern Kentucky to 40 or fewer points, marking the first three-game span in school history where opponents failed to score 40 or more. Fifteen opponents have failed to score 50 or more points so far this season and 26 were held to under 60, including 12 of 15 BIG EAST teams. WVU’s defense held Seton Hall to just 31 points, the fewest-ever allowed by a Mountaineer team in a BIG EAST game.

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in Civil Engineering/U.S. Military Academy); Angie Bjorklund (Jr., 3.80 GPA in Psychology/Tennessee); Kelsey Luna (Sr., 4.00 GPA in Psychology/Indiana State) and Maya Moore (Jr., 3.70 GPA in Individualized Major/Connecticut).

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REPELLA COSIDA FIRST TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN

West Virginia University junior guard Liz Repella was named to the 200910 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Women’s Basketball University Division first team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). A Steubenville, Ohio, native, Repella was one of five student-athletes to be named to the university division’s national first team. An exercise physiology major with a 3.95 G.P.A., Repella led No. 8/8 West Virginia to its highest-ever national ranking of the season. A second team all-BIG EAST selection as a sophomore, she was the Mountaineers’ leading scorer, averaging 13.9 points per game. Named to the preseason all-BIG EAST team, she was also selected to the all-tournament team at the Preseason Women’s National Invitational Tournament. One of WVU’s two junior co-captains, averaged 5.9 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game. Repella became the second CoSIDA Academic All-American in WVU women’s basketball program history, joining former All-American Rosemary Kosiorek who was named to the prestigious team in 1991 and 1992. Repella was a first team CoSIDA Academic All-District II performer last year. She was joined on the national first team by Erin Anthony (Jr., 3.78 GPA

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1. 29-6....................................................................2009-10 2. 26-4....................................................................................1991-92 3. 25-8....................................................................................2007-08 4. 24-8....................................................................................1988-89 21-11..................................................................................2006-07 21-13..................................................................................2004-05 21-11..................................................................................2003-04 8. 20-10..................................................................................1984-85 20-11..................................................................................1981-82

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20-Win Seasons in School History

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With its 72-66 home win against Louisville, WVU notched its 20th win of the season, faster than any team in program history. The 1991-92 squad won its 20th game at Rutgers on Feb. 17, 1992. WVU’s 2007-08 senior laiden team that finished with the then second-most wins in school history, won its 20th game on Feb. 13, 2008, against Pitt. It marked the fifth time in the last seven years that the Mountaineers have reached the 20-win plateau and ninth time overall in school history.

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BEING NATIONALLY RANKED

West Virginia finished the season at No. 15 in the final Coaches’ Poll and at No. 10 in the final Associated Press Poll. Ranked as high as No. 7 in the country last year, that ranking marked the highest ranking in school history. The previous high, prior to last season, was 11 in the AP and coaches’ poll during the 2008 and 1992 (AP only) seasons. WVU entered the national rankings in the Coaches’ Poll on Dec. 8 at No. 23 and entered at No. 22 in the AP Poll on Jan. 4. The ranking marked the third season in school history that the Mountaineers have been ranked and second under coach Mike Carey. The 2007-08 team was ranked in both polls all season and reached as high as No. 11 in both. WVU was first ranked in the AP poll in 1991-92, reaching as high as No. 11. Here is a look at where WVU was been ranked this season in both polls. Preseason .................................................................................. NR/RV Week 1: Nov. 13-15 . ................................................................. NR/RV Week 2: Nov. 16-27 . ................................................................. NR/RV Week 3: Nov. 23-30.....................................................................RV/RV Week 4: Nov. 30-Dec. 7 ..............................................................RV/RV Week 5: Dec. 7-Dec. 14...............................................................RV/23 Week 6: Dec. 14-Dec. 21 ...........................................................RV/21 Week 7: Dec. 21-Dec. 28.............................................................RV/19 Week 8: Dec. 29-Jan. 3................................................................ 22/17 Week 9: Jan. 4 - Jan. 10.............................................................. 18/13 Week 10: Jan. 11 - Jan.17........................................................... 16/11 Week 11: Jan. 18 - Jan. 24.......................................................... 16/11 Week 12: Jan. 25 - Feb. 1...............................................................11/8 Week 13: Feb. 2 - Feb. 8...................................................................9/8 Week 14: Feb. 9 - Feb. 16.................................................................9/8 Week 15: Feb. 17 - Feb. 23...............................................................8/7 Week 16: Feb. 24 - March 2.............................................................7/9 Week 17: March 3 - March 9............................................................9/8 Week 18: March 10 - March 16................................................... 10/10 Week 19: Final Coaches’ Poll.............................................................15 (Associated Press - ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ Poll)

FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY, STING LIKE AN ALI

Redshirt junior Madina Ali made an immediate impact in the Mountaineers’ starting lineup last season. After missing all but two games in 2008-09 due to a shoulder injury, the Williamsport, Pa., native was a key starter for WVU last year. An aggressive defender, with a huge amount of heart and hustle, Ali posted a team-best six double figure rebounding games last season, including a career-high 13 against Villanova. She was second on the team in rebounding average at 7.2 and posted her second career double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds, to go along with three blocks, three steals and two assists in the Georgetown win. She posted 11 rebounds in the home finale victory against Marquette.

TAKE IT TO THE HOUSE

Redshirt junior Vanessa House, after appearing in just seven games in 200809, due to a knee injury, was a vital cog for WVU last season, coming off the bench as WVU’s sixth woman. A Fresno, Calif, native, House reached double figures in scoring in eight contests, including a career-best 17 in the Louisville win. She came off the bench and hit three crucial 3-pointers in WVU’s win at Cincinnati.

17 WINS AT THE COLISEUM - A NEW SCHOOL RECORD

With its 55-46 win over Georgetown, the Mountaineers secured the most wins in a single season at the WVU Coliseum, moving to 15-0 and followed that up with key victories over Rutgers and Marquette in moving to 17-0. It was the 11th time in school history the Mountaineers have recorded double-digit wins at home and sixth time under Mike Carey. It was the fourthstraight year that WVU has notched at least 10 wins at home, and sixth in the last seven seasons.

Most Wins at the WVU Coliseum 17-0.........................................................................2009-10 14-0...........................................................................................1991-92 14-2...........................................................................................1981-82 14-3...........................................................................................2004-05 13-1...........................................................................................2006-07

ROLLING AT HOME

West Virginia has won 19-straight games at home dating back to the end of the 2008-09 season, setting the school record for most consecutive wins at the WVU Coliseum. The current mark surpasses the 2007-08 and 1991-92 teams that strung together 16-straight wins at home. WVU posted a 17-0 mark at home this year, its second undefeated season at home in school history.

Consecutive Wins at Home

19 began with a 69-68 win over Syracuse on 2-28-09 16 began with 89-78 win over Rutgers on 2-28-91 and ended with a 92-72 loss to Youngstown St on 12-1-92 16 began with 69-57 win over Providence on 1-13-07 and ended with 81-80 loss to DePaul on 2-16-08

PINK ZONE GAMES

With its 55-46 win against Georgetown, WVU improved to 2-1 all-time in its Pink Zone home games. WVU defeated USF 90-75 last year and fell to DePaul 81-80 in 2008. Record crowds showed for all three games: 8,307 fans showed for the DePaul game, which set a school home attendance record; 6,232 fans showed last year against USF and 6,754 showed for the Georgetown game.

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THE QUINTESSENTIAL STUDENT-ATHLETE

Look up the word student-athlete and don’t be surprised if Liz Repella’s photo is right beside it. The poster child for on-and-off-the-court efforts, Repella is clearly one of the hearts and souls of the program. On the court, Repella was an all-BIG EAST first team She was named to the Preseason WNIT all-tournament team after guiding the Mountaineers to the semifinals and averaging a team-best 17.7 points per contest, including 23 at Ohio State and 13 points and 11 rebounds in the second round victory over Marist. Off the court, Repella, an exercise physiology major, was named an ESPN The Magazine First Team Academic All-American, garnered the 2009 BIG EAST’s Scholar Athlete Sport Excellence Award and is a two-time academic all-District II first team honoree.

CAMPBELL READY TO GO

Korinne Campbell became eligible to play for WVU after sitting out last year in compliance with NCAA transfer rules. She didn’t disappoint either. In her first career game as a Mountaineer, Campbell had 12 points and 11 rebounds in WVU’s win over Towson and she followed that up with 17 points and 16 rebounds in WVU’s win at Duquesne, both game bests. She scored a career-best 20 points with four 3-pointers vs. UMBC and followed that up

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MEETING OF TWO TOP 20 TEAMS IN THE COLISEUM

When West Virginia and Georgetown tipped, it marked the fifth-ever contest between two Top 20 teams in the WVU Coliseum and the first in two years. WVU improved to 5-0 in those meetings with its 55-46 victory over the Hoyas.

Date WVU Rank Opponent Result 2/14/10.................8.......................No. 13 Georgetown...........W, 55-46 2/13/2008.............11.....................No. 18 Pitt..........................W, 56-35 1/29/2008.............12.....................No. 4 Rutgers.....................W, 63-54 1/13/2008.............16.....................No. 14 Notre Dame............W, 56-50 3/22/1992.............14 ....................No. 20 Clemson..................W, 73-72

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Home Records Under Carey 2009-10..............................................................................17-0 (1.000) 2008-09................................................................................11-6 (.647) 2007-08................................................................................11-1 (.917) 2006-07................................................................................13-1 (.929) 2005-06..................................................................................7-6 (.538) 2004-05................................................................................14-3 (.824) 2003-04................................................................................10-2 (.833) 2002-03..................................................................................9-3 (.750) 2001-02..................................................................................9-3 (.750) Totals.............................................................. 101-25 (.802)

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I CAN SEE FOR MILES AND MILES …

Junior guard Sarah Miles entered the 2009-10 season as the reigning BIG EAST Most Improved Player of the Year. She finished it as the league’s Defensive Player of the Year, a second-team all-league performer and led the conference in assists and steals. Last year she learned a new role in playing point guard, a position she never played before prior to this year.

HOME SUCCESS UNDER CAREY

The Mountaineers are 101-25 (.802) all-time in the WVU Coliseum under the tutelage of Mike Carey, including a dominant 52-3 against non-conference foes at home. WVU has yet to have a losing season at home under the direction of the Clarksburg native.

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WHERE WERE THE SENIORS?

For the first time since the 1977-78 season, the 2009-10 Mountaineers boasted no seniors. Redshirt juniors Madina Ali and Vanessa House would have been seniors on last year’s squad, but injuries afforded them medical redshirt opportunities, thus leaving no seniors on the 2009-10 Mountaineer squad. In fact, WVU was one of just 15 schools nationally that had no seniors (Arizona, Army, Colorado State, Tennessee-Martin, Tennessee Tech, Winston Salem State, Wyoming, Tennessee, Southern Utah, Central Arkansas, South Carolina, George Washington, Appalachian State and Harvard).

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Longest Win Streaks Under Mike Carey 16............................................................................2009-10 10..............................................................................................2002-03 9................................................................................................2007-08 9................................................................................................2004-05

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Longest Win Streaks in School History 22............................................................................................1991-923 16............................................................................2009-10 15..............................................................................................1976-77 11..............................................................................................1975-76 11..............................................................................................1974-75

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with 16 against Santa Clara and had 15 points and 13 rebounds in the home Pitt win. She posted three straight double-doubles against Rutgers, USF and Cincinnati as the season wound down and ended up being named to the BIG EAST’s honorable mention team.

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WE’RE ALL GOING STREAKING!

Prior to its loss at Notre Dame, WVU posted a two-month long, 16-game winning streak which was the best of the Mike Carey era and longest since it reeled off a school record 22 in the 1991-92 year.

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OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL

ALL GAMES.....................29-6......... 17-0........ 7-4..............5-2 CONFERENCE..................13-3.......... 8-0......... 5-3..............0-0 NON-CONFERENCE.........16-3.......... 9-0......... 2-1..............5-2

SCORE BY PERIODS:.........1st....2nd.... OT.... Total West Virginia.......................1080.. 1110.....11......2201 Opponents...........................843.....969.......4.......1816

DEADBALL REBOUNDS:.. OFF...DEF..TOTAL West Virginia........................116.......6.......122 Opponents............................87........6........93

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TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 10 REPELLA, Liz............ 35.....35... 1226...35.0...178... 455... .391.... 70.... 209....335.... 61.....100.....610....65.....140....205.... 5.9......92.......1...... 40......72......18..... 49.... 487...13.9 Conference-Only..........16.......16......588......36.8.....80......211......379.......30...... 89..... .337......18....... 35..... .514......27........58...... 85....... 5.3........44........ 1.........17.......27.........8........20......208.... 13.0 21 CAMPBELL, Korinne.35.....34... 1107...31.6...125... 349... .358.... 44.... 135....326.... 73......94......777....93.....166....259.... 7.4......82.......1...... 23......63......37..... 43.... 367...10.5 Conference-Only..........16.......16......539......33.7.....64......181......354.......23...... 73..... .315......31....... 40..... .775......42........78..... 120..... 7.5........42........ 0.........10.......25........18.......18......182.... 11.4 05 MILES, Sarah........... 34.....34... 1182...34.8...128... 323... .396..... 8...... 33.....242.... 80.....109.....734....19.....100....119.... 3.5......70.......1..... 200....107.....19..... 95.... 344...10.1 Conference-Only..........16.......16......593......37.1.....52......145......359........2....... 12..... .167......49....... 66..... .742.......6.........49...... 55....... 3.4........35........ 1.........95.......58........10.......44......155......9.7 20 BUSSIE, Asya........... 35.....35... 1033...29.5...116... 246... .472..... 0....... 0......000... 122....217.....562...104.....90.....194.... 5.5......88.......3...... 16......94......72..... 48.... 354...10.1 Conference-Only..........16.......16......496......31.0.....37.......97.......381........0.........0...... .000......68...... 105.... .648......45........39...... 84....... 5.3........41........ 1..........7........44........41.......23......142......8.9 12 HOUSE, Vanessa....... 35......2..... 851....24.3....83.... 219... .379.... 38.... 115....330.... 30......45......667....27......64..... 91..... 2.6......37.......0...... 69......45.......5...... 35.... 234....6.7 Conference-Only..........16........0.......370......23.1.....38......102......373.......21...... 53..... .396......12....... 23..... .522......14........35...... 49....... 3.1........20........ 0.........24.......23.........2........11......109......6.8 44 ALI, Madina............. 35.....34.... 830....23.7....86.... 206... .417..... 1....... 7......143.... 60......96......625....79.....167....246.... 7.0.....112......4...... 29.....101.....25..... 53.... 233....6.7 Conference-Only..........16.......16......388......24.3.....39.......89.......438........1.........4...... .250......25....... 45..... .556......26........86..... 112..... 7.0........54........ 3.........11.......45........13.......24......104......6.5 35 BURTON, Natalie..... 35......0..... 363....10.4....40..... 75.... .533..... 0....... 0......000.... 13......27......481....45......31..... 76..... 2.2......35.......0....... 5.......36......14...... 9......93.....2.7 Conference-Only..........16........0.......145.......9.1......13.......23.......565........0.........0...... .000.......8........ 13..... .615......17........13...... 30....... 1.9........11........ 0..........3........15.........2.........4........34.......2.1 15 RICHARDS, Akeema. 34......1..... 336.....9.9.....29..... 72.... .403..... 1....... 3......333.... 13......23......565.....4.......26..... 30..... 0.9......32.......1...... 27......37.......4...... 27.....72.....2.1 Conference-Only..........15........0........92........6.1.......7........19.......368........1.........2...... .500.......2......... 4....... .500.......2..........6........ 8........ 0.5.........9......... 0..........7........12.........1.........4........17.......1.1 23 WRIGHT, Antishia.... 18......0...... 50......2.8......3....... 9..... .333..... 2....... 4......500..... 4........6......667.....1.......10..... 11..... 0.6.......4........0....... 2........3........0....... 3......12.....0.7 Conference-Only...........5.........0.........6.........1.2.......0......... 1........000........0.........0...... .000.......0......... 0....... .000.......1..........1........ 2........ 0.4.........0......... 0..........1.........0..........0.........0.........0........0.0 03 CAPERS, Jessica....... 18......0...... 47......2.6......1....... 6..... .167..... 0....... 0......000..... 3........4......750.....0........9....... 9...... 0.5.......3........0....... 2........5........2....... 3.......5......0.3 Conference-Only...........5.........0.........8.........1.6.......1......... 1......1.000.......0.........0...... .000.......0......... 0....... .000.......0..........1........ 1........ 0.2.........1......... 0..........0.........1..........0.........0.........2........0.4 TM TEAM...............................................................................................................................................76......78.....154.... 4.4.......2..........................20.........................0........ Conference-Only...............................................................................................................................................................36........39...... 75....... 4.7.........1...............................13...............................0.......... Total....................... 35................................789.. 1960.. .403... 164... 506....324... 459....721.....637...513....881...1394.. 39.8....557.....11.... 413....583....196... 365.. 2201..62.9 Conference-Only...........16........................................331.....869......381.......78..... 233.... .335.....213..... 331.... .644.... 216......405.... 621.... 38.8......258....... 6........175.....263.......95......148.....953.... 59.6 Opponents....................35........................................658....1876.....351......136.... 485.... .280.....364..... 540.... .674.... 421......799... 1220... 34.9......614........-........323.....660..... 143.....237....1816... 51.9 Conference-Only...........16........................................320.....888......360.......58..... 216.... .269.....181..... 266.... .680.... 207......378.... 585.... 36.6......284....... 4........155.....276.......71......121.....879.... 54.9

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SCORING.............................2201............ 1816 Points per game.......................62.9..................51.9 Scoring margin....................... +11.0...................... FIELD GOALS-ATT............. 789-1960...658-1876 Field goal pct.............................403...................351

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3 POINT FG-ATT................ 164-506......136-485 3-point FG pct...........................324...................280 3-pt FG made per game.............4.7.....................3.9

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REBOUNDS.........................1394............ 1220 Rebounds per game.................39.8..................34.9 Rebounding margin................ +5.0....................... -

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FREE THROWS-ATT............ 459-721......364-540 Free throw pct...........................637...................674 F-Throws made per game.........13.1..................10.4

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SCORE BY PERIODS:.........1st....2nd.... OT.... Total West Virginia.......................1080.. 1110.....11......2201 Opponents...........................843.....969.......4.......1816

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ASSISTS...............................413............... 323 Assists per game.......................11.8....................9.2 TURNOVERS.........................583............... 660 Turnovers per game..................16.7..................18.9 Turnover margin...................... +2.2....................... Assist/turnover ratio..................0.7.....................0.5 STEALS................................365............... 237 Steals per game........................10.4....................6.8 BLOCKS...............................196............... 143 Blocks per game........................5.6.....................4.1 WINNING STREAK...................0......................Home win streak....................... 17......................... ATTENDANCE......................33094..........69713 Home games-Avg/Game.......17-1947........ 11-2869 Neutral site-Avg/Game................-................ 7-5450

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OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES................ 29-6........ 17-0.........7-4.............5-2 CONFERENCE............. 13-3......... 8-0..........5-3.............0-0 NON-CONFERENCE..... 16-3......... 9-0..........2-1.............5-2

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ATTENDANCE SUMMARY GAMES TOTALS AVG/GAME HOME..................... 17................ 33094.............1947 AWAY..................... 11................ 31564.............2869 NEUTRAL................. 7................. 38149.............5450 TOTAL..................... 35............... 102807............2937

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DATE OPPONENT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS 11/13/09...............TOWSON............................ W, 79-42..................3581.................... (17)REPELLA, Liz......................................(11)CAMPBELL, Korinne 11/16/09...............MARIST.............................. W, 55-50..................1030.................... (14)BUSSIE, Asya.................................................(11)REPELLA, Liz 11/19/09...............at Ohio State...................... L, 69-92...................2501.................... (23)REPELLA, Liz........................................(7)CAMPBELL, Korinne 11/24/09...............at Duquesne...................... W, 73-52..................735...................... (17)CAMPBELL, Korinne...........................(16)CAMPBELL, Korinne 11/27/09...............vs IOWA............................. W, 69-66..................736...................... (15)CAMPBELL, Korinne.............................(9)CAMPBELL, Korinne ................................................................................................................................... (15)BUSSIE, Asya .................................................................... 11/28/09...............at Nevada.......................... W, 66-41..................1043.................... (16)BUSSIE, Asya................................................ (12)BUSSIE, Asya 12/2/09.................RADFORD........................... W, 64-28..................867...................... (13)REPELLA, Liz..................................................(10)ALI, Madina 12/5/09.................MAINE................................ W, 88-32..................614...................... (18)ALI, Madina.....................................................(8)ALI, Madina ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ (8)BUSSIE, Asya 12/8/09.................EASTERN KENTUCKY........... W, 60-40..................712...................... (19)BUSSIE, Asya....................................................(8)ALI, Madina 12/12/09...............LONGWOOD....................... W, 74-43..................823...................... (20)REPELLA, Liz..................................................(10)ALI, Madina 12/20/09...............FRESNO STATE.................... W, 72-52..................261...................... (21)REPELLA, Liz......................................(13)CAMPBELL, Korinne 12/22/09...............UMBC................................. W, 79-45..................672...................... (20)CAMPBELL, Korinne.........................................(8)ALI, Madina ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ (8)BUSSIE, Asya 12/30/09...............SANTA CLARA..................... W, 78-55..................1208.................... (21)REPELLA, Liz..................................................(11)ALI, Madina 1/2/09...................at St. John’s........................ W, 54-50..................326...................... (15)BUSSIE, Asya....................................................(9)ALI, Madina ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ (9)BUSSIE, Asya 1/5/10...................PITT................................... W, 63-59..................1183.................... (16)REPELLA, Liz......................................(13)CAMPBELL, Korinne 1/9/10...................DEPAUL.............................. Wot, 64-57..............3036.................... (16)BUSSIE, Asya....................................................(9)ALI, Madina 1/12/10.................VILLANOVA........................ W, 45-41..................1210.................... (10)CAMPBELL, Korinne.......................................(13)ALI, Madina 01/17/10...............at Pitt................................ W, 69-54..................3599.................... (15)CAMPBELL, Korinne.............................(9)CAMPBELL, Korinne 1/20/10.................vs Marshall........................ W, 74-42..................4021.................... (16)HOUSE, Vanessa.............................................(12)ALI, Madina 01/24/10...............at Notre Dame................... L, 66-74...................9149.................... (24)REPELLA, Liz........................................(9)CAMPBELL, Korinne 1/27/10.................SETON HALL....................... W, 53-31..................1552.................... (17)CAMPBELL, Korinne.............................(9)CAMPBELL, Korinne 1/30/10.................LOUISVILLE........................ W, 72-66..................3788.................... (17)MILES, Sarah.................................................. (7)BUSSIE, Asya ................................................................................................................................... (17)HOUSE, Vanessa ................................................................. 02/02/10...............at UConn............................ L, 47-80...................9745.................... (14)MILES, Sarah....................................................(8)ALI, Madina 2/6/10...................at Providence..................... W, 75-59..................262...................... (25)REPELLA, Liz................................................ (11)BUSSIE, Asya 2/14/10.................GEORGETOWN.................... W, 55-46..................6754.................... (11)BURTON, Natalie............................................(11)ALI, Madina ................................................................................................................................... (11)REPELLA, Liz ..................................................................... 2/16/10.................RUTGERS............................ W, 55-51..................1318.................... (16)MILES, Sarah......................................(12)CAMPBELL, Korinne 2/20/10.................at USF................................ W, 54-45..................2434.................... (14)CAMPBELL, Korinne...........................(14)CAMPBELL, Korinne 02/23/10...............at Cincinnati...................... W, 64-43..................783...................... (20)REPELLA, Liz......................................(10)CAMPBELL, Korinne 2/27/10.................MARQUETTE....................... W, 69-56..................4485.................... (21)CAMPBELL, Korinne.......................................(11)ALI, Madina 03/01/10...............at Syracuse........................ L, 48-67...................987...................... (11)REPELLA, Liz....................................................(9)ALI, Madina 3/7/10...................vs DePaul........................... W, 47-41..................8671.................... (16)REPELLA, Liz........................................(8)CAMPBELL, Korinne 3/8/10...................vs Rutgers.......................... W, 56-49..................9334.................... (18)MILES, Sarah....................................................(7)ALI, Madina ......................................................................................................................................................................................................(7)CAMPBELL, Korinne 3/9/10...................vs UConn............................ L, 32-60...................10040.................. (10)REPELLA, Liz....................................................(6)ALI, Madina 03/21/10...............vs Lamar............................ W, 58-43..................3178.................... (15)REPELLA, Liz.................................................(11)REPELLA, Liz ................................................................................................................................................................................................................(11)ALI, Madina 03/23/10...............vs San Diego State............. L, 55-64...................2169.................... (17)REPELLA, Liz.................................................(12)REPELLA, Liz * = Conference game

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03 05 10 12 15 20 21 23 35 44 Opponent Date Score WL CAPERS,JE MILES,SAR REPELLA,L HOUSE,VAN RICHARDS, BUSSIE,AS CAMPBELL, WRIGHT,AN BURTON,NA ALI, MADIN TOWSON............................... 11/13/09...........79-42...................W................0-0-0.................12-5-9...............17-7-1................. 5-2-3................ 5-2-4................14-8-2..............12-11-0................0-3-0................4-2-0..................10-6-0 MARIST................................. 11/16/09...........55-50...................W.................DNP...................5-5-4...............13-11-2............... 13-0-3............... 2-0-0................14-9-0................3-7-1...................DNP.................0-2-0...................5-6-2 at Ohio State........................ 11/19/09...........69-92....................L.................0-0-0.................10-2-7...............23-3-4................ 12-6-6............... 0-0-1................. 8-4-0..................2-7-0..................3-0-0................2-1-0...................9-6-1 at Duquesne......................... 11/24/09...........73-52...................W................0-0-0..................7-2-8................16-7-0................. 7-4-4................ 4-2-4................11-2-0..............17-16-1................0-0-0................3-1-0...................8-2-0 vs IOWA................................ 11/27/09...........69-66...................W.................DNP..................10-2-3...............14-6-2................. 7-3-2................ 6-1-0................15-7-0...............15-9-2..................DNP.................0-1-0...................2-5-1 at Nevada............................. 11/28/09...........66-41...................W................0-0-0.................15-4-7...............10-9-2................. 4-1-1................ 4-3-1...............16-12-1..............10-9-2.................0-0-0................4-0-0...................3-6-1 RADFORD.............................. 12/2/09............64-28...................W................2-3-0.................12-4-9...............13-7-1................. 4-1-1................ 4-1-2................. 7-3-2.................10-4-0.................2-1-0................6-4-0..................4-10-0 MAINE................................... 12/5/09............88-32...................W................1-1-1..................6-6-8................13-4-2................. 5-3-1............... 10-2-1...............16-8-0...............14-2-0.................3-1-1................2-6-0..................18-8-3 EASTERN KENTUCKY............. 12/8/09............60-40...................W................0-1-0..................8-3-7.................8-6-1.................. 0-2-0................ 2-1-0................19-4-0................5-5-0..................0-0-0................6-2-0..................12-8-1 LONGWOOD.......................... 12/12/09...........74-43...................W................0-0-0..................9-6-7................20-8-2................ 10-2-3............... 3-3-0................. 7-5-0.................10-6-1.................1-2-0...............10-6-0.................4-10-2 FRESNO STATE...................... 12/20/09...........72-52...................W................0-0-0.................16-6-6...............21-6-0................. 2-4-3................ 2-1-1................11-4-1...............9-13-0.................0-0-0................4-2-1...................7-6-1 UMBC................................... 12/22/09...........79-45...................W................0-2-0.................13-6-8...............18-5-1................. 5-1-5................ 0-2-0................13-8-0...............20-5-1.................0-1-0................4-0-0...................6-8-0 SANTA CLARA....................... 12/30/09...........78-55...................W................0-1-0...................DNP.................21-7-1................. 7-3-2................ 6-1-3................. 9-4-0.................16-6-3.................2-1-0................5-3-0.................12-11-4 at St. John’s. ............................1/2/09.............54-50...................W.................DNP...................3-5-8................10-2-1................ 11-5-1............... 0-0-0................15-9-0................8-7-0...................DNP.................4-0-0...................3-9-1 PITT.........................................1/5/10.............63-59...................W.................DNP..................11-1-7...............16-5-1................. 3-0-1................ 3-1-0................. 7-5-0................15-13-1.................DNP.................4-2-0...................4-4-2 DEPAUL....................................1/9/10.............64-57.................WOT...............DNP...................6-6-7................10-6-1................ 10-3-2............... 0-2-1................16-7-1...............10-5-0..................DNP.................2-1-0..................10-9-0 VILLANOVA............................ 1/12/10............45-41...................W.................DNP...................5-3-4.................7-3-1.................. 7-6-0................ 0-0-1................. 8-3-0.................10-6-0..................DNP.................0-0-0..................8-13-0 at Pitt.................................... 01/17/10...........69-54...................W.................DNP..................13-2-9...............10-8-2................ 12-4-1............... 0-1-0................11-8-1...............15-9-1..................DNP.................0-1-0...................8-2-1 vs Marshall............................ 1/20/10............74-42...................W................0-0-1.................11-1-4................9-5-2................. 16-3-4............... 3-1-1................14-5-1...............14-8-1.................1-0-0................2-3-0..................4-12-0 at Notre Dame...................... 01/24/10...........66-74....................L..................DNP...................9-1-9................24-7-2................. 8-4-4................ 0-1-0................. 9-4-0.................12-9-0..................DNP.................2-4-0...................2-3-0 SETON HALL.......................... 1/27/10............53-31...................W................0-0-0.................13-8-5................9-7-1.................. 5-4-1................ 0-1-2................. 9-2-0.................17-9-0.................0-1-0................0-4-1...................0-4-0 LOUISVILLE............................ 1/30/10............72-66...................W.................DNP..................17-6-4...............15-4-0................ 17-1-3............... 2-0-2................. 8-7-0..................7-3-0...................DNP.................0-1-0...................6-4-1 at UConn.............................. 02/02/10...........47-80....................L.................0-0-0.................14-2-2...............13-1-0................. 3-3-2................ 0-0-0................. 5-4-0..................4-6-1..................0-0-0................2-3-1...................6-8-0 at Providence..........................2/6/10.............75-59...................W................0-0-0..................8-1-3...............25-10-1................ 5-5-5................ 6-1-0...............12-11-0..............10-4-1.................0-0-0................3-3-1...................6-6-0 GEORGETOWN....................... 2/14/10............55-46...................W.................DNP...................4-3-3................11-7-3................. 3-3-2................. DNP.................. 8-7-1..................8-5-1...................DNP................11-6-0................10-11-2 RUTGERS................................ 2/16/10............55-51...................W.................DNP..................16-1-4................8-3-1.................. 3-0-0................ 0-0-0................. 2-2-2................14-12-2.................DNP.................0-1-0..................12-9-1 at USF.................................... 2/20/10............54-45...................W.................DNP..................9-5-10................9-6-1.................. 6-1-0................ 2-1-0................. 4-2-1................14-14-0.................DNP.................0-0-0..................10-9-1 at Cincinnati......................... 02/23/10...........64-43...................W................2-0-0..................6-5-6................20-6-1................. 9-5-1................ 0-0-1................. 9-4-1................13-10-0................0-0-1................2-0-0...................3-1-1 MARQUETTE.......................... 2/27/10............69-56...................W.................DNP..................13-2-8...............10-7-0................. 5-3-1................ 0-0-0................10-3-0...............21-5-2..................DNP.................2-2-0..................8-11-1 at Syracuse........................... 03/01/10...........48-67....................L.................0-1-0..................8-4-6................11-3-1................. 2-2-0................ 4-0-0................. 9-6-0..................4-3-1..................0-1-0................2-2-0...................8-9-0 vs DePaul.................................3/7/10.............47-41...................W.................DNP...................9-1-5................16-3-0................. 2-1-3................ 0-1-1................. 9-7-0..................5-8-0...................DNP.................0-1-0...................6-2-1 vs Rutgers................................3/8/10.............56-49...................W.................DNP..................18-2-2................5-2-1.................. 5-2-1................ 0-0-0................10-6-0................8-7-0...................DNP.................4-6-1...................6-7-0 vs UConn.................................3/9/10.............32-60....................L.................0-0-0..................2-1-3................10-1-0................. 3-2-1................ 2-0-0................. 4-4-0..................6-4-1..................0-0-0................3-4-0...................2-6-0 vs Lamar............................... 03/21/10...........58-43...................W.................DNP..................11-7-6..............15-11-1................ 9-2-2................ 2-1-1................. 8-6-1..................4-7-0...................DNP.................0-0-0..................9-11-1 vs San Diego State............... 03/23/10...........55-64....................L..................DNP..................15-1-2..............17-12-0................ 9-0-0................ 0-0-0................. 7-4-1..................5-5-0...................DNP.................0-2-0...................2-4-0

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Towson..........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Marist............................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Ohio State......................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Duquesne......................................Sarah Miles.......................Vanessa House........................Liz Repella......................Korinne Campbell...................Asya Bussie Iowa..............................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Nevada..........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Radford.........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Maine............................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Eastern Kentucky..........................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Longwood.....................................Sarah Miles.......................Vanessa House........................Liz Repella........................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Fresno State..................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie UMBC............................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Santa Clara............................... Akeema Richards..................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie St. John’s. ......................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Pitt.................................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie DePaul...........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Villanova.......................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Pitt.................................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Marshall........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Notre Dame...................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Seton Hall......................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Louisville.......................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Connecticut...................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Providence....................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Georgetown..................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Rutgers..........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie USF................................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Cincinnati......................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Marquette.....................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Syracuse........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie DePaul...........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Rutgers..........................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie Connecticut...................................Sarah Miles.......................... Liz Repella.....................Korinne Campbell..................... Madina Ali.........................Asya Bussie

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OPPONENT - GAME LOWS POINTS 28.............................................................RADFORD (12/2/09) FIELD GOALS MADE 8...............................................................RADFORD (12/2/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 41............................................EASTERN KENTUCKY (12/8/09) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .167 (8-48)...............................................RADFORD (12/2/09) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 0...................................................................UMBC (12/22/09) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 7....................................................................MAINE (12/5/09) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .000 (0-10)...................................................UMBC (12/22/09) FREE THROWS MADE 1............................................................ VILLANOVA (1/12/10) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 2............................................................ VILLANOVA (1/12/10) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .348 (8-23).............................................. TOWSON (11/13/09) REBOUNDS 23..................................................................MAINE (12/5/09) ASSISTS 3...............................................................RADFORD (12/2/09) STEALS 2...................................................................UMBC (12/22/09) 2................................................................... at Pitt (01/17/10) 2.............................................................LOUISVILLE (1/30/10) BLOCKED SHOTS 1...........................................................MARQUETTE (2/27/10) TURNOVERS 11.........................................................at Providence (2/6/10) FOULS 8..................................................................vs UConn (3/9/10)

2009-10 REVIEW

WEST VIRGINIA - GAME LOWS POINTS 32................................................................vs UConn (3/9/10) FIELD GOALS MADE 14................................................................vs UConn (3/9/10) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 47...................................................... at Duquesne (11/24/09) 47.............................................vs San Diego State (03/23/10) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .241 (14-58)................................................vs UConn (3/9/10) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 1.............................................................. at St. John’s (1/2/09) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 6...............................................................RADFORD (12/2/09) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .143 (1-7)................................................ at St. John’s (1/2/09) FREE THROWS MADE 2..................................................................vs UConn (3/9/10) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 5..................................................................vs UConn (3/9/10) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .400 (2-5)....................................................vs UConn (3/9/10) REBOUNDS 26................................................................vs UConn (3/9/10) ASSISTS 3...............................................vs San Diego State (03/23/10) STEALS 4......................................................FRESNO STATE (12/20/09) 4...........................................................at Providence (2/6/10) BLOCKED SHOTS 0..............................................................at UConn (02/02/10) 1.............................................................. vs Lamar (03/21/10) TURNOVERS 8.........................................................at Cincinnati (02/23/10) FOULS 10.................................................................. DEPAUL (1/9/10)

THE RECORD BOOK

OPPONENT - GAME HIGHS POINTS 92......................................................at Ohio State (11/19/09) FIELD GOALS MADE 35......................................................at Ohio State (11/19/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 75.........................................................at Syracuse (03/01/10) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .603 (35-58)......................................at Ohio State (11/19/09) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 9................................................................vs IOWA (11/27/09) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 27.............................................................. MARIST (11/16/09) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .500 (9-18)................................................vs IOWA (11/27/09) .500 (5-10)..............................................at UConn (02/02/10) .500 (4-8).................................vs San Diego State (03/23/10) .500 (4-8)...........................................LONGWOOD (12/12/09) FREE THROWS MADE 21................................................... at Notre Dame (01/24/10) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 29................................................... at Notre Dame (01/24/10) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (4-4)....................................................MAINE (12/5/09) REBOUNDS 54................................................................vs UConn (3/9/10) 54.........................................................at Syracuse (03/01/10) ASSISTS 20......................................................at Ohio State (11/19/09) STEALS 14.........................................................at Syracuse (03/01/10) 14......................................................GEORGETOWN (2/14/10) BLOCKED SHOTS 8..............................................................at UConn (02/02/10) TURNOVERS 28............................................EASTERN KENTUCKY (12/8/09) FOULS 25.........................................................at Providence (2/6/10)

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WEST VIRGINIA - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS 88..................................................................MAINE (12/5/09) FIELD GOALS MADE 33..................................................................MAINE (12/5/09) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 69.................................................................. DEPAUL (1/9/10) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .579 (33-57)..................................................MAINE (12/5/09) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 9..................................................... at Notre Dame (01/24/10) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 28.................................................................. DEPAUL (1/9/10) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE .625 (5-8).............................................at Providence (2/6/10) FREE THROWS MADE 26.........................................................at Providence (2/6/10) FREE THROW A TTEMPTS 35.........................................................at Providence (2/6/10) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .864 (19-22)..............................................vs IOWA (11/27/09) REBOUNDS 49...................................................................at USF (2/20/10) 49.......................................................LONGWOOD (12/12/09) 49.............................................................. MARIST (11/16/09) 49............................................................ TOWSON (11/13/09) ASSISTS 19......................................................at Ohio State (11/19/09) 19............................................................ TOWSON (11/13/09) STEALS 17............................................................ TOWSON (11/13/09) BLOCKED SHOTS 11.........................................................SETON HALL (1/27/10) 11............................................................ at St. John’s (1/2/09) TURNOVERS 28.........................................................at Syracuse (03/01/10) FOULS 23...........................................................LOUISVILLE (1/30/10)

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POINTS: 25....................................REPELLA, Liz at Providence (2/6/10) FIELD GOALS MADE 9....................................REPELLA, Liz at Providence (1/24/10) 9.............................. REPELLA, Liz vs. Fresno State (12/20/09) FIELD GOAL ATT. 19..................................REPELLA, Liz at Providence (1/24/10) 19..............................REPELLA, Liz vs. Santa Clara (12/30/09) FG PCT (MIN 5 MADE) .857 (6-7).............................ALI, Madina vs. Maine (12/5/09) 3-POINT FG MADE 5..................................REPELLA, Liz at Notre Dame (1/24/10) 5................................REPELLA, Liz vs. Santa Clara (12/30/09) 5...................................REPELLA, Liz at Ohio State (11/19/09) 3-POINT FG ATT. 12..............................REPELLA, Liz vs. Santa Clara (12/30/09) 3-PT FG PCT (MIN 2 MADE) 1.000 (4-4)......................REPELLA, Liz at Providence (2/6/10) FREE THROWS MADE 10............................MILES, Sarah vs. Fresno State (12/20/09) FREE THROW ATT. 14..................................... MILES, Sarah vs. Rutgers (2/16/10) FT PCT (MIN 3 MADE) 13 times REBOUNDS 16.....................CAMPBELL, Korinne at Duquesne (11/24/09) ASSISTS 10.............................................MILES, Sarah at USF (2/20/10) STEALS 6............................................... MILES, Sarah at Pitt (1/17/10) 6....................................... MILES, Sarah vs. Rutgers (2/16/10) BLOCKED SHOTS 6........................................ BUSSIE, Asya at St. John’s (1/2/10) TURNOVERS 8................................. MILES, Sarah at Notre Dame (1/24/10) FOULS 5..................................................................................11 times

POINTS 29.................................REID, Monique of Louisville (1/30/10) FIELD GOALS MADE 11..................................................SIMS, Jania of Pitt (1/5/10) FIELD GOAL ATT. 25...................................MORROW, Erica of Syracuse (3/1/10) 25...............................SAUNDERS, KaNeisha at USF (2/20/10) FG PCT (MIN 5 MADE) 1.000 (5-5).........ZIEVERINK, Emma of Longwood (12/12/09) 1.000 (5-5).............LITTLE, Shavelle of Ohio State (11/19/09) 3-POINT FG MADE 7............................... SHOJI, Alyssa vs. Santa Clara (12/30/09) 3-POINT FG ATT. 12............................. SHOJI, Alyssa vs. Santa Clara (12/30/09) 3-PT FG PCT (MIN 2 MADE) 1.000 (3-3).............................................................By 3 players FREE THROWS MADE 11.................................REID, Monique of Louisville (1/30/10) FREE THROW ATT. 11.................................REID, Monique of Louisville (1/30/10) FT PCT (MIN 3 MADE) 1.000 (11-11)...............REID, Monique of Louisville (1/30/10) REBOUNDS 14................................MOORE, Maya of Connecticut (2/2/10) ASSISTS 12..................PRAHALIS, Samantha of Ohio State (11/19/09) STEALS 5 . ...........................................................................by 4 players BLOCKED SHOTS 6................................. CHARLES, Tina of Connecticut (2/2/10) TURNOVERS 10........................................QUIGLEY, Sam of DePaul (3/7/10) FOULS 5..................................................................................10 times

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ALL-TIME SCORERS............................................................142 SEASONAL LEADERS..........................................................148 INDIVIDUAL HONORS........................................................150 ALL-TIME TEAMS...............................................................152 OVERTIME GAMES.............................................................153 100-POINT GAMES.............................................................153 IN THE AP RANKINGS.........................................................154 VICTORIES OVER AP RANKED TEAMS...............................154 WVU VS. DIVISION I CONFERENCES..................................155 ROSEMARY KOSIOREK.......................................................156 CATHY PARSON..................................................................156 GEORGEANN WELLS..........................................................156 ALL-TIME UNIFORM NUMBERS........................................157 LETTERWINNERS...............................................................157

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The History OF WEST VIRGINIA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL It’s been 37 years since West Virginia first fielded a women’s basketball team, and the difference between today’s team and that first club in 1973 is dramatic. Due to the implementation in 1972 of Title IX, a mandate by Congress for schools receiving federal monies to provide women with the same athletic opportunities as their male counterparts, West Virginia started the sport in 1973. Then-athletic director Leland Byrd selected Kittie Blakemore to coach the first women’s team, gave her the keys to one of the University vans, and provided the team with a 10-game regular season schedule against local colleges. For Blakemore, who had spent the prior 14 years as an instructor in the school’s physical education department, starting the women’s program was a great challenge. “In the beginning,” remembers Blakemore, “we weren’t sure if we were going to be with the physical education department or the athletic department. We wanted to be with athletics because, financially, they were more stable. Once that was settled, we found out we had other problems.” What the former coach refers to was the lack of available talent from which to choose. Of the 37 players who tried out for the first women’s team, only a handful actually knew how to play the game. One player was told by her high school coach that a good

shot should not hit the backboard, so she thought she had blown every bank shot that went in. Another thought that when the team went into a press, she was not allowed to move. “Basketball had just started in West Virginia, so the girls really didn’t know that much about the game,” recalls Blakemore, a native of Manassas, Va. “I remember going to the first West Virginia high school state tournament and thinking to myself, `Oh my, I’ve got to recruit these girls!’” Blakemore did find 15 players good enough to play, and after one quit, Blakemore, her assistant Barbara Walker, trainer Diane Nolan and 14 players traveled to West Liberty to play the school’s first women’s game on January 16, 1974. Because team uniforms had yet to arrive, the Mountaineers played with “pinnies” -- a vest-like jersey that ties at the waist. Despite the slight inconvenience, the Mountaineers performed admirably. Leading throughout, West Virginia captured a 5955 decision over the NAIA school. Leslie Sergy paced the Mountaineers with 18 points, with Sara Roberts scoring 11 and Cindy “Sam” Booth and Celeste Knaus each adding eight points. Booth, described as the women’s version of Ernie DiGregorio, was a team favorite. Though having just one year of organized basketball experience, she displayed uncanny skills in all facets of the game. The Mountaineers lost their next seven games before besting West Liberty again, 42-38. In all, West Virginia lost 10 of 14 games that season, but it didn’t take WVU long to have a winner. The following season, with more time to practice and a little more money to spend, West Virginia won 13 of 17 games and followed with a sterling 19-7 record and a state title in 1977. The team’s top player was Mary Hennen, whom Blakemore convinced to join the team as a sophomore. Hennen, at 5-11, was one of the team’s tallest players. A native of Wheeling, the forward led the team in scoring each year she played and totaled 1,112 career points to become the first WVU player to pass 1,000 career points. She scored a then school-best 33 points against Salem in 1976, and averaged 13.2 points per game for her career. After the 1977-78 season, during which West Virginia posted an 18-9 record and finished second in the state tournament, WVU and Marshall were forced to leave the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference because the schools were “too big” for the smaller colleges. Subsequently, West Virginia competed as an independent and its record dipped to 9-16. The following year, WVU lost 19 of 29 games and, in 1981, the Mountaineers went 15-18.

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for his physical ailment. Flying back from the Orange Bowl Classic in Miami, he went into diabetic shock and nearly died on the plane. He subsequently lost his sight and was unable to continue to coach. Volunteer assistant Scott Harrelson and Blakemore finished the season with a 12-17 record, impressive considering the circumstances. Promoted to assistant head coach the following season, Harrelson and Blakemore steered the Mountaineers to a 28-29 record the next two years, before guiding WVU to a brilliant 24-8 mark in 1989.

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points, the rebounds, the blocks ... all that was fine. But Wells could dunk, and dunk hard! Performed several times in scrimmages and once waved off in a game against Massachusetts during the 1983-84 season due to an offensive foul, Wells was ready to make history. The opportunity came against Charleston on December 21, 1984 at Elkins’ Randolph County Armory during the Mountaineer Christmas Classic. With 11:18 remaining in the game and West Virginia comfortably ahead, Wells took a full-court pass from Lisa Ribble and soared to the basket for a onehanded stuff. The dunk instantly made her a national celebrity. Network television, Sports Illustrated, an NCAA luncheon in New York, a display in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and induction into Houston’s Phi Slama Jama dunking fraternity were just a few of the highlights of one of the school’s most memorable moments. Unmatched until 1994, the feat is still one of the sport’s most talked about accomplishments. Lost in all of the dunking hoopla was Wells’ teammate Olivia Bradley. A 6-1 rebounding warrior from Bradenton, Fla., it was Bradley who made it possible for the 6-7 center to get out on the wing for the historical dunk. Bradley snared an amazing 1,484 career rebounds for a 12.7 per game average, the eighth-best mark in NCAA history. After another 17-12 mark in 1984, West Virginia, with Fiske now promoted to co-head coach, boasted the strongest team in its 10-year existence. WVU returned all five starters, including Wells and Bradley. The duo led WVU to its second 20-win season and, more importantly, steered the Mountaineers to the Women’s NIT in Amarillo, Texas. Though losing two of three games, the inclusion in the eight-team tournament was a major stepping stone for the growing program. Then in 1986, it all came crashing down for Fiske. Entering the season with an inexperienced team, the late coach, suffering from diabetes, spent his extra time teaching the young team, rather than caring

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There was, however, one significant event that took place during this period. Cathy Parson, a brilliant guard from Frederick, Md., was given a partial scholarship to attend WVU -- the first athletic grant given in women’s basketball. It was bumped to a full scholarship a year later when J.D. Drummonds and Patricia Ryan were offered full rides. Parson scored 2,128 points during an outstanding career that culminated with a third team All-America citation in 1983. One of the school’s all-time great players, her retired jersey and a plaque rest in a trophy case located in the halls of the WVU Coliseum. Parson was elected to the WVU Sports Hall of Fame in 1996, making her the first female ever to be bestowed with that honor. Following the 1981 season, Blakemore hired Bill Fiske as an assistant coach to help with the growing burdens of recruiting and strategy. Fiske had coached high school basketball in Florida for several years and was known as a basketball strategist. The Blakemore-Fiske combination steered West Virginia to an outstanding 20-11 record in 1982, the school’s first 20-win season. The most memorable win during that landmark campaign was an 81-79 upset over Penn State at the Coliseum, the school’s first victory over the Nittany Lions. Joining the NCAA in 1983 after seven years in the AIAW, the Mountaineers also spent their first season in the Atlantic 10 Conference, which was created in 1976 for men’s basketball and known as the Eastern Eight up until that time. WVU recorded a 17-12 mark that season and advanced to the semifinals of the conference tournament. The talk of the team that year wasn’t about its second straight winning season, but rather about a 6-7 center who could dunk a basketball. Georgeann Wells came to WVU as a highly touted prep star from Northland High in Columbus, Ohio. After a short time of adjustment, she averaged 11.9 points per game as a freshman. She went on to score 1,484 points, pull down 1,075 rebounds and block 436 shots from 198386, all remarkable accomplishments. But to most, the

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HEAD COACH 1973-92 The women’s basketball program was started by Kittie Blakemore in 1973, and like a nurturing mother, she has kept a close eye on it ever since. As the school’s head coach from 1973-92, she won 301 games and guided three postseason teams, two of which qualified for the NCAA tournament. Four of her teams won 20 or more games in a season and she helped develop the University’s first and only Kodak All-American in Rosemary Kosiorek. Her influence on women’s athletics reached far beyond the Mountain State. Through her service on several prestigious national committees, Blakemore had an impact on the development of women’s basketball and is recognized as one of the sport’s true pioneers. Upon retiring from the Mountaineer bench in 1992, she maintained close contact with the women’s basketball program as WVU’s senior women’s administrator, a position in which she served until her retirement in 1997. Because of her dedication and interest, the athletic programs at West Virginia University will benefit for many years to come. Blakemore was selected to the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame in 2003.

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Among those teams West Virginia defeated in 1989 were Alabama, Oklahoma, Rice, Arizona State, Western Kentucky, Penn State and St. Joseph’s. Beating Penn State in the first round of the Atlantic 10 tournament, the Mountaineers then upset St. Joseph’s in the semifinals and defeated Temple, 63-54, in the championship to secure their first-ever Atlantic 10 title and NCAA tournament berth. Defeating Western Kentucky 66-57 in the first round, the Mountaineers lost to Virginia in the second round to end an improbable season. Senior Jenny Hillen paced West Virginia at 15.8 points per game, followed by Judy Eaton at 13.8. Other standouts on that team included Dionne Morris, Tracey Slogik and an outstanding group of freshmen in Rosemary Kosiorek, Donna Abbott, Lori Wilson and the late Jocelyn Branham. Three years hence, that group evolved into the finest senior class in school history. After a 19-10 record in 1990 and a 17-12 mark in 1991, West Virginia was prepared for an outstanding 1992 season, as was Rosemary Kosiorek. The Baltimore native averaged more than 20 points per game as a junior and earned mention on the Kodak all-East team. There was nothing the diminutive point guard couldn’t do. She could shoot, she could pass, she could dribble past anyone and she could score. Averaging more than 24 points, Kosiorek also averaged more than seven assists to rank among the nation’s leaders in both categories. While she was scoring, Donna Abbott was rebounding. A prolific scorer early in her career, Abbott threatened Cathy Parson’s school scoring record until a nagging knee injury slowed her. Playing with considerable pain most of her career, Abbott still

In 1997, former player Alexis Basil took over the program. The Mountaineer star from 1984-87 had senior Talisha Hargis to lead the way in her first year. Hargis would finish her career as the third leading scorer in WVU history with 1,751 points. Hargis, who led the Mountaineers in scoring three straight years, also holds the school records for free throws made (530) and attempted (750) and recorded 20 or more points in a game 33 times. Basil boasted four seniors on the 1998-99 squad, all of whom reached the coveted 1,000-point plateau. Maria Tchobanova finished her career with 1,426 points, ninth best on WVU’s all-time list, while Christie Lambert scored 1,282 points place her 11th, Rebecca ROSEMARY KOSIOREK toBurbridge, named the 1999 BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of managed more than 1,500 points and 1,000 rebounds. After defeating Florida in the season opener, West the Year, scored 1,179 points placing her 13th all-time Virginia lost to only Virginia and Western Kentucky the and Ilse Opstaele is ranked 17th all-time with 1,079 rest of the way to finish the regular season at 25-2. career points. It marked the first time in school history Ranked as high as No. 10 in the nation, West Virginia that such a prolific scoring corps was assembled on cracked the nation’s Top 25 for the first time in school one team. history after an 81-60 home win against Arkansas. Losing to Duquesne in a dramatic upset in the first round of the conference tournament cost West Virginia a possible No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Still seeded fourth, the Mountaineers defeated Clemson 73-72 in front of more than 8,000 fans at the Coliseum in one of the finest moments in school history. Backup Jodie Runner nailed a short jumper with seconds remaining to capture the decision. The storybook season ended a week later with a loss at powerful Virginia, 103-83. Kosiorek secured Kodak All-America honors and also was named the Frances Pomeroy Naismith national player of the year. She finished her career scoring more than 2,000 career points and is considered by most to be the school’s finest all-around player ever. Like Cathy Parson, her jersey and a plaque reside in the WVU Coliseum. At 26-4, West Virginia finished ranked No. 14 in the nation by USA Today and No. 11 by AP. After the season, Kittie Blakemore retired, ending an outstanding reign during which she accumulated 301 career wins and three postseason berths during 19 seasons. The program struggled for three seasons under Scott Harrelson, posting three straight losing marks. Harrelson then gave way to Susan Walvius in 1995. Walvius directed West Virginia to 12-15 and 19-12 CATHY PARSONS records before leaving for South Carolina.

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best eight BIG EAST award winners. WVU reached as high as No. 7 in both major WVU, advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the third time in the last four years and posted a perfect 17-0 mark at the Coliseum, marking the most home wins in school history and the second undefeated season. Sarah Miles garnered the BIG EAST’s Defensive Player of the Year award and earned all-league second team and all-tournament team honors. Liz Repella became the program’s second first team Academic All-American and garnered all-BIG EAST first team, all-league tournament and Preseason WNIT all-tournament team honors. Freshman center Asya Bussie garnered unanimous all-BIG EAST freshman team honors, junior transfer Korinne Campbell earned all-league honorable mention honors and Carey earned Co-Coach of the Year accolades. In the last seven years, under Carey’s direction, WVU has advanced to the NCAA tournament second round (2006-07, 2007-08; 2009-10), the NCAA tournament (2003-04), the WNIT championship game (2004-05), the BIG EAST tournament finals (2005-06, 2009-10) and the second round of the WNIT (2008-09). The team has also posted five 21-win seasons during that time. Certainly, success and respect have found their way to the Mountaineer women’s basketball program.

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for the 2006-07 campaign and the Mountaineers didn’t disappoint. WVU posted an 11-5 record in BIG EAST play earning its first-ever tournament first round bye as the No. 4 seed en route to a 21-11 overall mark. The league record also marked the second-best turnaround from one regular season to the next in the BIG EAST. WVU also was 13-1 at the WVU Coliseum, the second-best single season home mark in school history and eventually picked up its first NCAA tournament win since 1992 with a convincing 65-52 win over Xavier in Austin, Texas. The core of that team once again returned in 200708 ready to re-write the record books. WVU posted a 25-8 record which were the second-most wins in school history. The Mountaineers also boasted a 12-4 BIG EAST mark good for a third-place finish in the highly touted league, WVU’s highest finish in school history. Along the way, West Virginia upset No. 4 Rutgers, 63-54, the highest-ranked team the program has ever defeated. All told, WVU beat three ranked opponents including No. 14 Notre Dame and No. 18 Pitt. The Mountaineers were ranked in the nation’s Top 20 in the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ polls all season long, marking a school first. WVU was also ranked for the first time since 1992. With the largest senior class in school history, West Virginia boasted four career 1,000-point scorers, marking the second West Virginia team and 12th overall in NCAA history to have four on one team. WVU advanced to its second-straight NCAA Tournament as a five-seed and faced host No. 12 New Mexico in Albuquerque, N.M., in first round action. Thanks to Cole’s 22 points and 11 rebounds, the Mountaineers squeaked out a 61-60 victory in front of 9,633 partisan fans in one of the nation’s most hostile venues. The win gave West Virginia its second-straight NCAA second-round appearance. In 2008-09, and under arguably Carey’s best coaching job, the Mountaineers posted 18 wins with just seven healthy players as a rash of early season injuries depleted WVU’s reserves. Senior Takisha Granberry set a new single season record with 94 3-pointers made while the duo of Granberry and sophomore Liz Repella became just the second set of teammates to each score 500 points in the same season. Repella became just the fourth Mountaineer in school history to record 500 points and 250 rebounds in the same season while classmate Sarah Miles earned BIG EAST Most Improved Player accolades. WVU also won at No. 5 and national runnerup Louisville, marking the highest-ranked road victory in school history. Last year without any seniors and exceeding all expectations as the squad was predicted to finish ninth in the preseason BIG EAST Coaches’ Poll, the Mountaineers won a school record 29 games, won a program-best 13 BIG EAST contests, finished second in the regular season league standings and in the tournament, reeled off 16 consecutive wins during the season, the longest since 1992, and had a program-

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The next two seasons were tougher as the squad was on the road for the entire 1999-2000 season due to asbestos abatement at the Coliseum and suffered through injuries in 2000-01. The squad finished with a 11-44 overall record, 4-28 in the BIG EAST in those two years. Basil’s final record stood at 33-77 during her four seasons. Former Salem College men’s basketball coach and Clarksburg native Mike Carey was named the program’s sixth coach in the spring of 2001, and it didn’t take him long to work his magic. In his third season, Carey put together the third-most wins in school history with a 21-11 campaign in 2003-04. More importantly WVU returned to the NCAA Tournament after a 12-year hiatus. For his efforts, he was named BIG EAST Coach of the Year. In his first season, Carey guided the Mountaineers to a 14-14 record, a return trip to the BIG EAST Tournament after a one-year absence and the school’s first winning regular season in five years. In his second season at the helm, Carey led WVU to a 10-0 start en route to a 15-13 mark and the first winning season since 1996-97. The Mountaineers were also 11-0 in non-conference competition for the first time in school history. In 2004-05, Carey guided WVU to its secondconsecutive 20-win season with a 21-13 mark and a berth in the postseason WNIT championship game. It marked the first time in school history that WVU posted back-to-back 20-win seasons and back-toback post-season berths. The Mountaineers won a school record four postseason games while senior Yolanda Paige set the WVU career record with assists at 902 while sophomore guard Meg Bulger captured the BIG EAST scoring crown and became the first player in school history to be named to the league’s first team. Paige and Bulger were named honorable mention All-Americans by the AP and WBCA/Kodak, respectively. Despite his first losing record at WVU (15-16), Carey guided the 2005-06 Mountaineers to uncharted territory with a remarkable run to the BIG EAST tournament championship game, marking the first time in school history West Virginia had made it to the title game. As the No. 12 seed in the tournament WVU knocked off No. 5 Louisville, No. 4 St. John’s and No. 1 Rutgers and trailed No. 2 Connecticut by just one point with 30 seconds left in the championship game. The run was unprecedented. No previous 12-seed had even won a tournament game in the 23-year history of the BIG EAST women’s championship. The Huskies won the title by a 50-44 count but the Mountaineers captivated the national ESPN2 audience with one of the most remarkable runs in conference tournament history. Sophomore Chakhia Cole and junior Britney DavisWhite were named to the all-BIG EAST tournament, while Bulger garnered all-BIG EAST second team accolades and more importantly, Associated Press, honorable mention All-America honors. All five starters from that remarkable run returned

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Game: 38 by Meg Bulger vs. Cleveland State, 12/19/05; Christie Lambert at Providence, 1/21/98 Season: 730 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 Season Average: 24.3 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 Career: 2,115 by Cathy Parson, 1980-83 Career Average: 18.7 by J.D. Drummonds, 1980-81 Freshman Season: 474 by Christie Lambert, 1995 Sophomore Season: 683 by Cathy Parson, 1981 Junior Season: 592 by Cathy Parson, 1982 Senior Season: 730 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992

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Game: 16 by Cathy Parson vs. Glenville State, 12/12/81; by Mary Hennen vs. Salem, 2/9/76 Season: 300 by J.D. Drummonds, 1981 Career: 898 by Cathy Parson, 1980-81

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Game: 29 by Judy Eaton at Akron, 12/10/88 Season: 657 by Cathy Parson, 1981 Career: 2,061 by Cathy Parson, 1980-83

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Game (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (13-13) by Olayinka Sanni vs. Kennesaw State, 12/21/06 Season (min. 100 att.): 58.8 (227-386) by Olayinka Sanni, 2008 Career: (min. 500 att.): 55.7 (663-1,191) by Olayinka Sanni, 2005-08

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Game: 9 by Christie Lambert at Providence, 1/21/98 Season: 94 by Takisha Granberry, 2009 Career: 302 by Kate Bulger, 2001-04

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: 21 by Judy Eaton at Akron, 12/10/88 Season: 267 by LaQuita Owens, 2006-07 Career: 724 by Kate Bulger, 2001-04

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Game (min. five attempts): 1.000 (6-6) by Kate Bulger vs. St. John’s, 1/6/02 Season: (min. 100 attempts): 47.0 (77-164) by Kate Bulger, 2003 Career: (min. 150 attempts): 43.7 (265-607) by Meg Bulger, 2004-06, 2008

FREE THROWS MADE

Game: 21 by Donna Abbott vs. Northern Illinois, 12/29/90 Season: 190 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 Career: 538 by Talisha Hargis, 1995-98

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Game: 22 by Donna Abbott vs. Northern Illinois, 12/29/90 Season: 230 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 Career: 750 by Talisha Hargis, 1995-98

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Game (min. 12 attempts): 1.000 (14-14) by Jenny Hillen vs. Akron, 12/7/87; (12-12) by Yolanda Paige vs. St. John’s, 3/21/05; (12-12) by Rebecca Burbridge at Robert Morris, 12/14/96; (12-12) by Cindy Winegar vs. Towson, 2/2/79 Season: (min. 50 att.): 88.0 (66-75) by Janell Dunlap, 2004 Career: (min. 100 att.): 83.1 (202-243) by Meg Bulger, 2004-06, 2008

REBOUNDS

Game: 28 by Olivia Bradley vs. Temple, 1/26/85 Season: 458 by Olivia Bradley, 1985 Season Average: 15.3 by Olivia Bradley, 1985 Career: 1,484 by Olivia Bradley, 1982-85 Career Average: 12.7 by Olivia Bradley, 1982-85 Freshman Season: 282 by Olivia Bradley, 1982 Sophomore Season: 358 by Olivia Bradley, 1983 Junior Season: 386 by Olivia Bradley, 1984 Senior Season: 458 by Olivia Bradley, 1985

YOLANDA PAIGE ASSISTS

Game: 18 by Yolanda Paige vs. Northwestern, 11/22/04 Season: 297 by Yolanda Paige, 2005 Season Average: 8.74 by Yolanda Paige, 2005 Career: 902 by Yolanda Paige, 2002-05 Career Average: 7.39 by Yolanda Paige, 2002-05 Freshman Season: 190 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989 Sophomore Season: 199 by Yolanda Paige, 2003 Junior Season: 253 by Yolanda Paige, 2004 Senior Season: 297 by Yolanda Paige, 2005

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Game: 11 by Maria Tchobanova vs. Pitt, 1/4/96; by Cindy (Sam) Booth vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 1/20/75 Season: 114 by Jenny Hillen, 1989 Season Average: 5.57 by Cindy (Sam) Booth, 1975 Career: 355 by Talisha Hargis, 1995-98 Career Average: 3.17 by Talisha Hargis, 1995-98 Freshman Season: 94 by Talisha Hargis, 1995 Sophomore Season: 105 by Talisha Hargis, 1996 Junior Season: 103 by Jenny Hillen, 1988 Senior Season: 114 by Jenny Hillen 1989

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Game: 16 by Mary Hennen vs. Shepherd, 1/26/76 Season: 125 by Mary Hennen, 1976 Career: 400 by Donna Abbott, 1989-92

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7. Olayinka Sanni, 2005-08

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8. Lisa Szymczak, 1993-96

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PERSONAL FOULS

9. J.D. Drummonds, 1980-81 Georgeann Wells, 1983-86

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DISQUALIFICATIONS

11. Sherell Sowho, 2002-05

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Season: 11 by Chakhia Cole, 2005; by Tracey Slogik, 1988 Career: 32 by Maria Tchobanova, 1996-99

CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED

12. Christie Lambert, 1995-99 Jenny Hillen, 1986-89 LaQuita Owens, 2005-08

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TRIPLE-DOUBLES

15. Liz Repella, 2008-10

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16. Alexis Basil, 1984-87

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17. Rebecca Burbridge, 1996-99

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18. Maria Tchobanova, 1996-99 Judy Eaton, 1986-89 Mary Hennen, 1976-79 Olivia Bradley, 1982-85

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22. Takisha Granberry, 2009

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23. Yolanda Paige, 2002-05

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Season: 30 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 Career: 104 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989-92

24. Chakhia Cole, 2005-08 Ilse Opstaele, 1996-99

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20-POINT GAMES

26. Sarah Miles, 2008-2010 Amanda Hayes, 1993-94 Brandi Batch, 1999-2002

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30-POINT GAMES

29. Lori Quertinmont, 1990-93 4 Christy Cooper, 1990, 1992-93 4

GAMES STARTED

Season: 35 by Liz Repella, 2010; Asya Bussie, 2010 Career: 130 by Chakhia Cole, 2005-08

Career: 130 by Chakhia Cole, 2005-08

Game: 26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 blocks by Georgeann Wells vs. UMass, 3/1/85; 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks by Georgeann Wells vs. Rhode Island, 11/25/85; 17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists by Jean Mewshew vs. Shepherd, 2/19/76; 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists by Dionne Morris vs. St. Bonaventure, 12/21/87

DOUBLE-DOUBLES

Season: 22 by Georgeann Wells, 1986 Career: 68 by Olivia Bradley, 1982-85

10-POINT GAMES

Season: 24 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 Career: 44 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989-92

KATE BULGER

Season: 5 by Meg Bulger, 2005 Career: 6 by Talisha Hargis, 1995-98; by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989-92; Meg Bulger, 2004-07

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PROFILES

4. Kate Bulger, 2001-04

OUTLOOK

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THE BIG EAST

3. Talisha Hargis, 1995-98

OPPONENT INFO

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2. Cathy Parson, 1980-83

Game: 13 by Kim Houser at Rutgers, 2/25/84 Season: 166 by Cindy Winegar, 1978 GAMES PLAYED Career: 550 by Ashley Powell, 2006-09 Season: 35 by Liz Repella, 2010; Korinne Freshman Season: 139 by Dionne Morris, 1986 Campbell, 2010; Asya Bussie, 2010; Vanessa Sophomore Season: 166 by Cindy Winegar, 1978 House, 2010; Madina Ali, 2010; Natalie Junior Season: 157 by Jean Mewshew, 1978 Burton, 2010 Senior Season: 147 by Ashley Powell, 2009 Career: 130 by Chakhia Cole, 2005-08

Season: 118 by Maria Tchobanova, 1997 Career: 415 by Maria Tchobanova, 1996-99

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THE RECORD BOOK

TURNOVERS

Game: 50 by Yolanda Paige at Kentucky, 3/28/05 Season: 1,325 by Yolanda Paige, 2005 Season Minutes Average: 38.97 by Yolanda Paige, 2005 Career: 4,556 by Yolanda Paige, 2002-05 Career Minutes Average: 37.34 by Yolanda Paige, 2002-05 Freshman Season: 1,099 by Chakhia Cole, 2005 Sophomore Season: 1,235 by Meg Bulger, 2005 Junior Season: 1,227 by Yolanda Paige, 2004 Senior Season: 1,325 by Yolanda Paige, 2005

20-Point GAMES

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Game: 17 by Georgeann Wells at Marshall, 12/3/83 Season: 140 by Georgeann Wells, 1986 Career: 436 by Georgeann Wells, 1983-86 Freshman Season: 72 by Asya Bussie, 2010 Sophomore Season: 117 by Georgeann Wells, 1984 Junior Season: 124 by Georgeann Wells, 1985 Senior Season: 140 by Georgeann Wells, 1986

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Top SCORERS

TOP HOME SCORERS

COACHING STAFF

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PROFILES

by Meg Bulger vs. Cleveland State .................................................December 19, 2005 by Kate Bulger vs. Syracuse ..............................................................February 26, 2003 by Cathy Parson vs. Glenville State .................................................December 12, 1981 by Christie Lambert vs. Temple.......................................................... January 28, 1995 by Donna Abbott vs. George Washington ...........................................January 29, 1990 by Talisha Hargis vs. Providence .......................................................February 10, 1996 by Liz Repella vs. USF .......................................................................February 21, 2009 by Mary Hennen vs. Salem .................................................................February 9, 1976 by Cathy Parson vs. Penn State ...........................................................January 18, 1982 by Georgeann Wells vs. Penn State . ...................................................February 8, 1986 by Rosemary Kosiorek vs. Pitt . .......................................................December 21, 1991 by Kate Bulger vs. Robert Morris.................................................... December 30, 2001

TOP AWAY SCORERS

OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST

The 2008 Team featured four 1,000 point scorers.

(L to R): Olayinka Sanni, Meg Bulger, Laquita Owens, and Chakhia Cole

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2,115 Cathy Parson.............................1980-83 2,061 Rosemary Kosiorek...................1989-92 1,751 Talisha Hargis............................1995-98 1,733 Kate Bulger...............................2001-04 1,665 Meg Bulger..................... 2004-06, 2008 1,656 Donna Abbott...........................1989-92 1,602 Olayinka Sanni..........................2005-08 1,534 Olivia Bradley............................1982-85 1,504 Jenny Hillen..............................1986-89 1,491 Sherell Sowho...........................2002-05 1,484 Georgeann Wells.......................1983-86 1,429 Alexis Basil................................1984-87 1,426 Maria Tchobanova.....................1996-99 1,414 Yolanda Paige...........................2002-05 1,380 Judy Eaton................................1986-89 1,316 Chakhia Cole.............................2005-08 1,282 Christie Lambert.......................1995-99 1,179 Rebecca Burbridge....................1996-99 1,163 LaQuita Owens..........................2005-08 1,160 J.D. Drummonds.......................1980-81 1,141 Liz Repella............................2008-2010 1,111 Mary Hennen............................1976-79 1,101 Lisa Szymczak...........................1993-96 1,079 Ilse Opstaele.............................1996-99 1,071 Dionne Morris...........................1986-89 1,040 Brandi Batch.........................1999-2002 1,007 Cindy Winegar..........................1977-80

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by Christie Lambert at Providence ......................................................January 21, 1998 by Donna Abbott at Saint Joseph’s.................................................... February 18, 1989 by Lisa Szymczak at Youngstown State ...........................................December 16, 1995 by J.D. Drummonds at Miami ..........................................................December 28, 1980 by Talisha Hargis at Pitt .......................................................................February 9, 1997 by Rosemary Kosiorek at St. Bonaventure ...........................................January 24, 1991 by Lisa Szymczak at Youngstown State............................................November 30, 1993 by Yolanda Paige at Duquesne.........................................................December 20, 2003 by Cathy Parson at Charleston . ...........................................................February 8, 1982 by Rosemary Kosiorek at Massachusetts .............................................January 30, 1992 by Talisha Hargis at Providence .........................................................December 4, 1996 by Rebecca Burbridge at Miami ..........................................................February 3, 1999 by Meg Bulger at Kentucky ................................................................... March 28, 2005 by Takisha Granberry at Georgetown................................................ February 18, 2009

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 7 ATT.)

1.000 (13/13) Olayinka Sanni...... Kennesaw State - 12/21/05 1.000 (9/9) Olayinka Sanni.............................DePaul – 1/9/07 1.000 (8/8) Yelena Leuchanka . .......Northwestern - 11/22/04

1.000 (7/7) Susan Muth .........West Virginia Wesleyan - 11/19/81 1.000 (7/7) Ilse Opstaele . .......Virginia Commonwealth - 12/5/98

.917 (11/12) Alexis Basil . .........................Pitt - 1/18/84 .909 (10/11) Pat Hovorka ................ Duquesne - 2/2/80 .900 (9/10) Linda Findo . .................Ohio State - 3/9/78 .900 (9/10) Jenny Hillen ......................Rutgers - 2/9/87

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3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 7 ATT.)

.889 (8/9)Takisha Granberry.........New Jersey Tech -11/28/08 .750 (6/8) Judy Eaton ............... Arizona State - 12/3/88 .750 (6/8) Christie Lambert ...... Massachusetts - 2/2/95 .727 (8/11) Christie Lambert .St. Bonaventure - 2/23/95 .714 (5/7) Judy Eaton ..... George Washington - 1/23/88 .714 (5/7) Debbie Blazek .....................Rutgers - 2/2/94

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF

.714 (5/7) Christie Lambert ......North Carolina-Asheville - 11/25/95

.714 (5/7) Rebecca Burbridge . ........ Syracuse - 2/21/96 .714 (5/7) Christie Lambert ........Georgetown - 1/29/97

.714 (5/7) Rebecca Burbridge ........Youngstown State - 11/19/97

.714 (5/7) Christie Lambert ......................Pitt - 1/31/98 .714 (5/7) Kate Bulger ..................Providence - 2/17/01 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger ........... Northwestern - 11/22/04 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger ...................... St. John’s - 2/8/05 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger ......................... Maine - 3/18/05 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger.................Georgetown - 1/14/06 .714 (5/7) Sherell Sowho . ...............Kentucky - 3/28/05 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger.............Rhode Island – 11/24/07

THE RECORD BOOK

FIELD GOALS MADE

16 Mary Hennen ........................... Salem......... 2/9/76 16 Cathy Parson ............... Glenville State..... 12/12/81 15 Georgeann Wells .................. Marshall..... 12/22/84 15 Meg Bulger................. Cleveland State..... 12/19/05 14 Cathy Parson ........................ Edinboro....... 12/7/80 14 J.D. Drummonds . ... Western Michigan..... 12/27/80 14 J.D. Drummonds . ......................... Pitt....... 1/14/81 14 J.D. Drummonds . ............ Indiana, Pa........ 1/24/81 14 Cathy Parson ..................... Penn State....... 1/18/82 14 Cathy Parson ........... Charleston, W.Va.......... 2/8/82 14 Rosemary Kosiorek .... St. Bonaventure....... 1/24/91 14 Rosemary Kosiorek ....................... Pitt....... 2/21/91 14 Rosemary Kosiorek ............... Marshall....... 1/22/92 14 Lisa Szymczak ........ Youngstown State..... 11/30/93 14 Lisa Szymczak ........ Youngstown State..... 12/16/95 14 Christie Lambert . .............. Providence....... 1/21/98 14 Kate Bulger .................. Robert Morris..... 12/30/01 14 Kate Bulger .......................... Syracuse....... 2/26/03

29 Judy Eaton . ............................... Akron..... 12/10/88 28 Meg Bulger................. Cleveland State..... 12/19/05 28 Cathy Parson ...........................Rutgers....... 2/13/82 28 Kate Bulger ...........................Syracuse....... 2/26/03 27 Cathy Parson ........ WestVirginiaWesleyan....... 1/12/81 27 Georgeann Wells ..... Charleston, W.Va........ 1/30/84 27 Alexis Basil .............................. Temple....... 1/26/85 27 Georgeann Wells ..................... Temple....... 2/10/86 27 Alexis Basil ............................ Stanford....... 12/4/86 26 Mary Hennen ............................Salem......... 2/9/76 26 J.D. Drummonds . .........Massachusetts....... 2/11/80 26 J.D. Drummonds . ......................Miami..... 12/28/80 26 J.D. Drummonds . . WestVirginiaWesleyan....... 1/12/81 26 J.D. Drummonds . .......................... Pitt....... 1/14/81 26 Cathy Parson ......................Penn State....... 1/18/82 26 Georgeann Wells ........ Cleveland State....... 1/25/86 26 Christie Lambert . .................... Temple....... 1/28/95 26 Maria Tchobanova ........... Georgetown......... 1/2/96 26 Christie Lambert . .............. Providence....... 1/21/98 26 LaQuita Owens......................Louisville......... 3/4/07

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SINGLE GAME LEADERS POINTS FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

38 Meg Bulger................. Cleveland State..... 12/19/05 38 Christie Lambert................ Providence....... 1/21/98 37 Donna Abbott . ..............Saint Joseph’s . ..... 1/18/89 37 Rosemary Kosiorek ................Marshall . ..... 1/22/92 36 Lisa Szymczak ........ Youngstown State . ..... 1/16/95 36 Kate Bulger ...........................Syracuse....... 1/26/03 36 Meg Bulger ...........................Marshall . ..... 1/11/05 35 J.D. Drummonds . ......................Miami....... 1/28/80 35 Cathy Parson ................Glenville State..... 12/12/81 35 Georgeann Wells ...................Marshall..... 12/22/84 35 Christie Lambert . .................... Temple....... 1/28/95

MEDIA INFO

J.D. DRUMMONDS

21 Judy Eaton . ...................................Akron - 12/10/88 18 Christie Lambert . ..........................Temple - 1/28/95 18 Christie Lambert . ......................... Syracuse - 2/2/97 16 Meg Bulger.....................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 16 Christie Lambert . ....................Providence - 1/21/98 16 LaQuita Owens............................. Louisville - 3/4/07 15 LaQuita Owens............................. Louisville - 3/4/06 15 Kate Bulger .................................... Miami - 2/28/04 14 Rebecca Burbridge .........................UCLA - 11/22/98 13 on 12 occasions

PROFILES

Christie Lambert . ....................Providence - 1/21/98 Meg Bulger.....................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 Christie Lambert . ............ St. Bonaventure - 2/23/95 Kate Bulger .................................... Miami - 2/28/04 Takisha Granberry.........New Jersey Tech – 11/28/08 Christie Lambert . ..........................Temple - 1/28/95 Christie Lambert . ......................... Syracuse - 2/2/97 Rebecca Burbridge .........................UCLA - 11/22/98 Mandy Ronay ...............................Rutgers - 1/22/00 Kate Bulger ............................ Duquesne - 11/20/01

OUTLOOK

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THE BIG EAST

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

OPPONENT INFO

.900 (9/10) Sherell Sowho . ............. Marshall - 1/22/03 .900 (9/10) Sherell Sowho . ... Northwestern - 11/22/04 .900 (9/10) LaQuita Owens......Rhode Island - 11/24/07 .889 (8/9) Dana Crone ..................... Marshall - 12/4/83 .889 (8/9) Judy Eaton .................... Duquesne - 1/31/87 .889 (8/9) Donna Abbott ......................Temple - 3/5/92 .889 (8/9) Ilse Opstaele ..........Robert Morris - 12/10/95

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MOUNTAINEERS

16 Donna Abbott . ...............Western Kentucky...12/15/91 16 Talisha Hargis . ............................. Duquesne...12/21/95 16 Talisha Hargis . ........................................Pitt....... 1/4/96 16 Talisha Hargis . ...................................... Ohio...12/30/96 16 Yolanda Paige .............................. Duquesne...12/20/03 16 Olayinka Sanni............................Providence ....1/13/07

10 Olivia Bradley .....................................Xavier...12/29/84 10 Kim Brown . ................................. Duquesne....... 2/6/88 10 Ann Murray . ....................... South Alabama....... 1/5/91 10 Chakhia Cole ...............................Providence....... 1/8/05

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 7 ATT.)

18 Yolanda Paige ........................Northwestern...11/22/04 17 Yolanda Paige ............................. Longwood.....12/1/04 15 Rosemary Kosiorek . .................... Duquesne.....2/29/92 14 Rosemary Kosiorek . ................... Penn State....... 3/8/89 14 Yolanda Paige ..........................Coppin State...11/30/02 14 Yolanda Paige .................................... Miami.....2/15/03 14 Yolanda Paige ................................St. John’s.....1/13/04 14 Yolanda Paige ....................UNC Greensboro...11/19/04 14 Yolanda Paige ..........................East Carolina...12/21/04 14 Yolanda Paige .................................Marshall.....1/11/05 14 Yolanda Paige .........................................Pitt....... 3/5/05

1.000 (7/7) Linda Findo . .................Kent State - 2/3/78

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GEORGEANNE WELLS FREE THROWS MADE

21 Donna Abbott . .................. Northern Illinois...12/29/90 19 Georgeann Wells ........................ Penn State....... 2/8/86 18 Talisha Hargis . ........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 15 Jenny Hillen ................................ Penn State.....1/30/88 14 Britney Davis-White......................... Rutgers....... 3/6/06 14 Jenny Hillen ........................................Akron.....12/7/87 14 Donna Abbott . ............ George Washington.....1/29/90 14 Amanda Hayes ............................Richmond....... 1/4/94 14 Talisha Hargis . ............................Providence.....2/10/96 14 Talisha Hargis . .............................Ohio State...12/16/97 13 Jenny Hillen .............Alabama-Birmingham.....12/4/87 13 Donna Abbott . ...................... Saint Joseph’s.....2/18/89 13 Donna Abbott . ...............Western Kentucky...12/15/91 13 Anna Tillman ......................... Saint Joseph’s....... 3/4/93 13 Yolanda Paige .............................. Duquesne...12/20/03

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

22 Donna Abbott..................... Northern Illinois ..12/19/90 20 Britney Davis-White......................... Rutgers....... 3/6/06 20 Georgeann Wells ........................ Penn State....... 2/8/86 20 Anna Tillman ......................... Saint Joseph’s....... 3/4/93 20 Talisha Hargis . ........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 18 Amanda Hayes ............................Richmond....... 1/4/94 18 Talisha Hargis . ............................Providence.....2/10/96 17 Talisha Hargis . .............................Ohio State...12/16/97 16 Pat Hovorka ...................................Edinboro....... 2/6/80 16 Olivia Bradley ..................................Howard.....2/18/82 16 Olivia Bradley .......................Massachusetts....... 3/2/84 16 Jenny Hillen .............Alabama-Birmingham.....12/4/87 16 Jenny Hillen ................................ Penn State.....1/30/88 16 Donna Abbott . ............ George Washington.....1/29/90

1.000 (9/9) Cindy Winegar ....................Marshall - 1/10/79 1.000 (12/12) Cindy Winegar ....................Towson - 2/2/79 1.000 (7/7) Debbie Jenkins . .......... Slippery Rock - 1/25/81 1.000 (8/8) Dora Post .............Youngstown State - 12/1/82 1.000 (8/8) Jenny Hillen ............................ Temple - 2/1/86 1.000 (10/10) Jenny Hillen .........St. Bonaventure - 1/10/87 1.000 (14/14) Jenny Hillen ........................Akron - 12/7/87 1.000 (7/7) Jenny Hillen .... George Washington - 12/25/88 1.000 (8/8) Donna Abbott ...........Massachusetts - 1/20/90 1.000 (7/7) Donna Abbott .............. Saint Joseph’s - 3/9/90 1.000 (9/9) Rosemary Kosiorek ................ Temple - 3/6/91 1.000 (7/7) Rosemary Kosiorek .St. Bonaventure - 1/11/92 1.000 (7/7) Rosemary Kosiorek ...Massachusetts - 2/13/92 1.000 (8/8) Anna Tillman ..................... Duquesne - 2/4/93 1.000 (8/8) Lori Quertinmont ........Massachusetts - 2/6/93 1.000 (8/8) Shannon Monahan ......Rhode Island - 2/27/93 1.000 (9/9) Amanda Hayes . ......St. Bonaventure - 1/29/94 1.000 (7/7) Lisa Szymczak ... Youngstown State - 12/16/95 1.000 (12/12) Rebecca Burbridge .Robert Morris - 12/14/96 1.000 (7/7) Rebecca Burbridge . ..Boston College - 1/19/97 1.000 (7/7) Talisha Hargis . ........................Ohio - 12/20/97 1.000 (8/8) Mandy Ronay . ............... Georgetown - 1/3/98 1.000 (7/7) Talisha Hargis . ............ Connecticut - 12/10/98 1.000 (10/10) Rebecca Burbridge . Georgetown - 12/10/98 1.000 (7/7) Rebecca Burbridge . ...... Notre Dame - 2/20/99 1.000 (8/8) Brandi Batch ............................Miami - 1/8/02 1.000 (8/8) Yolanda Paige ................ Virginia Tech - 3/8/03 1.000 (12/12) Yolanda Paige ................St. John’s - 3/21/05 1.000 (11/11) Meg Bulger..................... Marshall - 1/25/06 1.000 (7/7) Chakhia Cole.........................St. John’s - 3/5/06 1.000 (7/7) LaQuita Owens................. Louisville – 3/10/08 1.000 (7/7) Olayinka Sanni................ Marquette – 1/16/08

ASSISTS

STEALS

11 Cindy (Sam) Booth........WestVirginiaWesleyan.........1/20/75 11 Maria Tchobanova ..................................Pitt....... 1/4/96 10 Jean Mewshaw ............................Shepherd.....2/19/76 10 Talisha Hargis . ................................. Rutgers.....2/16/95 9 Cindy (Sam) Booth ................Morris Harvey.....1/25/75 9 Cindy (Sam) Booth .......................Shepherd.....1/28/75 9 Cindy (Sam) Booth ...............Fairmont State....... 2/7/75 8 Cindy (Sam) Booth ..................West Liberty.....1/15/75 8 Cindy (Sam) Booth ..................West Liberty.....2/11/75 8 Carol Mousseau ..................... Davis & Elkins.....2/20/76 8 J.D. Drummonds ............................... DePaul.....12/5/80 8 Alexis Basil ............................Massachusetts.....1/19/87 8 Dionne Morris ................................Alabama...11/25/88 8 Jenny Hillen ..........................Massachusetts.....2/23/89 8 Rosemary Kosiorek . .............George Mason....... 1/3/90 8 Christie Ammons ................... Robert Morris...12/10/95 8 Talisha Hargis . ................................... Miami.....1/25/96 8 Talisha Hargis . ............................Providence.....12/4/96 8 Maria Tchobanova ............................. Miami.....1/22/97 8 Yolanda Paige ................................St. John’s....... 3/6/04

REBOUNDS

28 Olivia Bradley ...................................Temple.....1/26/85 27 Olivia Bradley .............. George Washington.....1/31/83 25 Olivia Bradley ..........................Rhode Island....... 2/9/85 24 Mary Hennen ...............................Shepherd.....1/26/76 22 Olivia Bradley ..........................Georgia Tech...12/16/83 22 Olivia Bradley .................................Marshall.....12/3/84 22 Olivia Bradley .........................................Pitt.....12/5/84 22 Georgeann Wells .................Cleveland State.....1/25/86 21 Olivia Bradley .................................. Rutgers.....2/28/83 20 Mary Hennen ............................Indiana, Pa......12/9/77 20 Olivia Bradley .................Youngstown State.....1/13/82 20 Olivia Bradley .....................................Akron...11/29/83 20 Olivia Bradley .........................Indiana State...11/23/84 20 Olivia Bradley ......................Cleveland State.....1/24/85 20 Donna Abbott . ........................Rhode Island.....2/15/92

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

16 Mary Hennen ...............................Shepherd ... 1/26/76 13 Mary Hennen ........................ Davis & Elkins.....2/20/76 12 Donna Abbott . ........................Rhode Island.....2/15/92 11 Olivia Bradley .......................Massachusetts.....2/21/85 11 Anna Tillman ......................................Butler.....12/4/92 10 Mary Hennen ..........................West Liberty.....2/11/76 10 Olivia Bradley .........................Indiana State...11/23/84 10 Georgeann Wells ............................Marshall...12/22/84

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BLOCKED SHOTS

MOUNTAINEERS

17 Georgeann Wells ...........................Marshall.....12/3/83 12 Georgeann Wells ....................Rhode Island...11/25/85 11 Georgeann Wells .................Massachusetts....... 3/1/85 9 Georgeann Wells ........Washington & Jefferson.......2/23/83

COACHING STAFF

Georgeann Wells ....................... Penn State....... 2/2/84 Georgeann Wells ...................................Pitt.....12/5/84 Georgeann Wells ...........................Marshall...12/10/85 Georgeann Wells ................James Madison.....1/15/84 Georgeann Wells ...........................Marshall...12/22/84 Georgeann Wells .................Massachusetts.....2/20/86 Georgeann Wells .................. Saint Joseph’s....... 3/1/86 Georgeann Wells ............................ Rutgers....... 3/7/86

TURNOVERS

38 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State...12/19/05 38 Christie Lambert . .......................Providence.....1/21/88 37 Donna Abbott . ...................... Saint Joseph’s.....2/18/89 37 Rosemary Kosiorek . .......................Marshall.....1/22/92 36 Lisa Szymczak . ...............Youngstown State...12/16/95 36 Kate Bulger .....................................Syracuse.....2/26/03 36 Meg Bulger .....................................Marshall.....1/11/05 35 J.D. Drummonds ................................ Miami...12/28/80 35 Cathy Parson ......................... Glenville State...12/12/81 35 Georgeann Wells ............................Marshall...12/22/84 35 Christie Lambert . .............................Temple.....1/28/95 34 Donna Abbott . ............ George Washington.....1/29/90 34 Talisha Hargis . ............................Providence...12/10/96 34 Liz Repella...............................................USF.... 2/21/09 33 Mary Hennen .....................................Salem....... 2/9/76 33 Cathy Parson ............................... Penn State.....1/18/82 33 Georgeann Wells ........................ Penn State....... 2/8/86 33 Rosemary Kosiorek . ...............................Pitt...12/21/91 33 Talisha Hargis . ........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 33 Kate Bulger ............................ Robert Morris...12/30/01 32 Cathy Parson ..................................Edinboro.....12/7/80 32 Donna Abbott . ............................ Duquesne.....2/11/89 32 Rosemary Kosiorek . ...........St. Bonaventure.....1/24/91

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32 Lisa Szymczak . ...............Youngstown State...11/30/93 32 Talisha Hargis . .........................Rhode Island.....1/10/95 32 Yolanda Paige .............................. Duquesne...12/20/03 31 Cathy Parson .................... Charleston, W.Va........ 2/8/82 31 Rosemary Kosiorek . .............. Saint Joseph’s....... 1/9/92 31 Rosemary Kosiorek . .............Massachusetts.....1/30/92 31 Talisha Hargis . ............................Providence.....12/4/96 31 Talisha Hargis . ......................Bowling Green...12/13/97 31 Rebecca Burbridge ............................ Miami....... 2/3/99 31 Meg Bulger ....................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 31 Takisha Granberry.................... Georgetown ... 2/18/09 30 J.D. Drummonds .............Western Michigan...12/27/80 30 J.D. Drummonds .....................Mount Mercy...12/30/80 30 J.D. Drummonds .....................................Pitt.....1/14/81 30 Donna Abbott . .........................Wake Forest.....12/1/90 30 Rosemary Kosiorek . ........................ Rutgers.....2/28/91 30 Lisa Szymczak . ................................ Rutgers....... 2/2/94 30 Talisha Hargis . ................................Marshall...12/17/96 30 Meg Bulger .................................. Duquesne.....12/4/04 30 Meg Bulger ..............................East Carolina...12/21/04 30 Meg Bulger ..................................Seton Hall.....1/15/05 30 LaQuita Owens...............................Louisville ... 2/26/07 30 Takisha Granberry.............. New Jersey Tech . 11/28/08

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30-POINT GAMES

THE RECORD BOOK

TRIPLE DOUBLES

17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals .Jean Mewshaw vs. Shepherd - 2/19/76 26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 blocks .Georgeann Wells vs. Massachusetts - 3/1/85 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks .Georgeann Wells vs. Rhode Island - 11/25/85 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists .Dionne Morris vs. St. Bonaventure - 12/21/87

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MINUTES PLAYED

50 Yolanda Paige ................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 50 Chakhia Cole...................................Villanova ..... 1/6/07 49 Chakhia Cole ..................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 48 Alexis Basil ........................................Temple.....1/26/85 48 Georgeann Wells ..............................Temple.....1/26/85 48 Meg Bulger ....................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 47 Judy Eaton ................... George Washington.....1/23/88 47 LaQuita Owens...............................Villanova ..... 1/6/07 46 Lisa Ribble ........................................Temple.....1/26/85 45 Christy Cooper ...........................Pepperdine...11/27/89 45 Rosemary Kosiorek . ..................Pepperdine...11/27/89 45 Darya Kudryavtseva ...............................Pitt.....1/13/01 45 Kate Bulger .............................. Georgetown....... 2/6/02 45 Sherell Sowho ......................... Georgetown....... 2/6/02 45 Yolanda Paige .......................... Georgetown....... 2/6/02 45 Yolanda Paige ......................Delaware State...12/14/03 45 Sherell Sowho ....................................UMKC...12/30/03 45 Yolanda Paige .....................................UMKC...12/30/03 45 Chakhia Cole...................................Louisville ... 2/26/07

OPPONENT INFO

THE BIG EAST

OUTLOOK

PROFILES

13 Debbie Jenkins . ......................... Penn State.....1/31/81 13 Kim Houser ..................................... Rutgers.....2/25/84 12 Leslie Sergy ..........................Fairmont State....... 2/7/75 11 Cindy Winegar ........................ Virginia Tech.....2/22/78 11 Betsy Shaw .............Pittsburgh-Johnstown.....1/26/80 11 Rosemary Kosiorek ................................Pitt...12/22/89 10 Cindy (Sam) Booth ......................Shepherd.....1/28/75 10 Jean Mewshaw . ...................Morris Harvey.....2/18/78 10 Cathy Parson ........................North Carolina...11/17/79 10 Lisa Ribble . ..................................... Rutgers.....2/25/84 10 Dionne Morris ............................ Penn State...12/30/85 10 Alexis Basil ..................................Tennessee....... 1/4/86 10 Jenny Hillen .......................St. Bonaventure.....1/26/89 10 Rosemary Kosiorek .............................UCLA...11/26/89 10 Christie Ammons .............................. Miami....... 2/8/96 10 Ilse Opstaele ......................... Robert Morris...12/14/96 10 Darya Kudryavtseva . ..................Seton Hall.....1/28/01

MEDIA INFO

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Freshman Game RECORDS

COACHING STAFF

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

PROFILES

18 Christie Lambert................................Temple.....1/28/95 13 Christie Lambert.......................Rhode Island....... 2/4/95 13 Christie Lambert............................... Rutgers.....2/16/95 12 Christie Lambert............................... Rutgers....... 3/9/95 12 Kate Bulger........................................ Liberty...11/25/00 11 Christie Lambert........................... Duquesne.....1/21/95 11 Christie Lambert..................St. Bonaventure.....2/23/95 11 Christie Lambert....................Massachusetts....... 2/2/95 10 Christie Lambert........................... Duquesne.....2/21/95 9 Christie Lambert....................... Virginia Tech....... 3/1/95 9 Yolanda Paige........................Colorado State...11/23/01 9 LaQuita Owens............................Providence...11/22/05

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3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 5 ATT.)

KATE BULGER POINTS

37 Donna Abbott......................... Saint Joseph’s.....2/18/89 35 Christie Lambert................................Temple.....1/28/95 33 Mary Hennen......................................Salem....... 2/9/76 32 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne.....2/11/89 32 Talisha Hargis...........................Rhode Island.....1/10/95 29 Christie Lambert..............................Marshall.....1/18/95 28 Christie Lambert..................St. Bonaventure.....2/23/95 28 Ilse Opstaele....................................Marshall.....1/18/96 28 Kate Bulger......................................... Miami....... 2/7/01 27 Kate Bulger.....................................St. John’s....... 1/6/01

19 Cathy Parson...................................Villanova.....2/17/80 19 Kim Houser............................Massachusetts.....2/18/84 19 Lori Wilson................................Rhode Island.....1/19/89 19 Talisha Hargis............... George Washington.....1/18/95 19 Ilse Opstaele....................................Marshall.....1/18/96 19 Kate Bulger................................Notre Dame.....1/24/01 19 Kate Bulger............................... Virginia Tech.....2/14/01

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATT.)

16 Mary Hennen......................................Salem....... 2/9/76 13 Ilse Opstaele....................................Marshall.....1/18/96 12 Mary Hennen...........................West Liberty.....1/11/76 12 Cathy Parson....................Youngstown State.....2/27/80 12 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne.....2/11/89 12 Donna Abbott......................... Saint Joseph’s.....2/18/89 12 Talisha Hargis...........................Rhode Island.....1/10/95 12 Christie Lambert................................Temple.....1/28/95 11 Cathy Parson...................................Villanova.....2/17/80 11 Alexis Basil...............................................Pitt.....1/18/84 11 Kate Bulger......................................... Miami....... 2/7/01

.917 (11/12) Alexis Basil ..............................Pitt.....1/18/84 .800 (12/15) Donna Abbott......... Saint Joseph’s.....2/18/89 .800 (8/10) Maria Tchobanova ...........St. John’s.....2/24/96 .750 (9/12) Christy Cooper . ............Pepperdine...11/27/89 .750 (9/12) Ilse Opstaele . ............................Pitt.....1/31/96 .733 (11/15) Kate Bulger ........................ Miami....... 2/7/01 .727 (8/11) Alexis Basil ..............Massachusetts....... 3/2/84 .727 (8/11) Jodie Runner........... Massachusetts.....2/24/90 .706 (12/17) Mary Hennen............ West Liberty.....2/11/76 .700 (7/10) Lori Wilson .....................Kent State...11/29/88 .700 (7/10) Donna Abbott........... Saint Joseph’s....... 3/9/89 .700 (7/10) Rebecca Burbridge........ Duquesne...12/21/95 .700 (7/10) Maria Tchobanova............ Marshall.....1/18/96 .700 (7/10) Brandi Batch ..................Ohio State...12/20/98

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

FIELD GOALS MADE

26 Mary Hennen......................................Salem....... 2/9/76 26 Christie Lambert................................Temple.....1/28/95 26 Maria Tchobanova.................... Georgetown....... 1/2/96 25 Cathy Parson....................Youngstown State.....2/27/80 23 Talisha Hargis...........................Rhode Island.....1/10/95 22 Mary Hennen........................Fairmont State....... 2/2/76 21 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne.....2/11/89 21 Kate Bulger........................................ Liberty...11/25/00 19 Mary Hennen................Wisconsin-Oshkosh.....3/12/76 19 Betsy Shaw............................Massachusetts.....2/11/80

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Christie Lambert..................St. Bonaventure.....2/23/95 Christie Lambert................................Temple.....1/28/95 Christie Lambert....................Massachusetts....... 2/2/95 Kate Bulger.....................................St. John’s....... 1/6/01 Christie Lambert........................... Duquesne.....1/21/95 Christie Lambert.......................Rhode Island....... 2/4/95 Christie Lambert........................... Duquesne.....2/21/95 Rebecca Burbridge..........................Syracuse.....2/21/96 Kate Bulger........................................ Liberty...11/25/00 Kate Bulger..................................Providence.....2/17/01

1.000 (6/6) Kate Bulger .................... St. John’s....... 1/6/01 .750 (6/8) Christie Lambert ..........Massachusetts........2/2/95

.727 (8/11) Christie Lambert ......St. Bonaventure......2/23/95

.714 (5/7) Rebecca Burbridge ............Syracuse.....2/21/96 .714 (5/7) Kate Bulger . ..................Providence.....2/17/01 .667 (4/6) Rebecca Burbridge . ........ Georgetown........1/2/96

.667 (4/6) Val Zona ................... Boston College.....12/8/98 .600 (3/5) Rosemary Kosiorek . . Saint Joseph’s.....1/14/89 .600 (3/5) Rosemary Kosiorek ............. Temple.....1/30/89 .600 (3/5) Christie Lambert ............ Richmond.....12/3/94 .600 (3/5) Talisha Hargis . ............Rhode Island.....1/10/95 .600 (3/5) Rebecca Burbridge . ......... St. John’s.....1/21/96

.600 (3/5) Rebecca Burbridge ..........Georgetown......1/28/96

.600 (3/5) Kate Bulger . ...................Richmond...12/22/00 .600 (3/5) Kate Bulger . ......................Marshall....... 1/9/01 .600 (3/5) Meg Bulger ...................... St. John’s.....1/13/04

FREE THROWS MADE

13 Donna Abbott......................... Saint Joseph’s.....2/18/89 12 Yolanda Paige................................... Rutgers.....1/12/02 11 Cindy Triplett...................................Marshall...12/15/80 9 Jenny Hillen.........................San Diego State...12/31/85 9 Amanda Hayes............. George Washington.....1/20/93 9 Amanda Hayes............................. Duquesne....... 2/4/93 9 Maria Tchobanova........................Seton Hall....... 2/3/96 9 Mandy Ronay..........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 9 Brandi Batch.................................Ohio State...12/20/98 8 Olivia Bradley........................... Virginia Tech....... 1/2/82 8 Olivia Bradley...................................Howard.....2/18/82 8 Jenny Hillen.......................................Temple....... 2/1/86 8 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne.....2/11/89 8 Talisha Hargis...............................Richmond.....12/4/94

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

16 Olivia Bradley...................................Howard.....2/18/82 15 Cindy Triplett...................................Marshall...12/15/80 15 Donna Abbott......................... Saint Joseph’s.....2/18/89 14 Yolanda Paige................................... Rutgers.....1/12/02 13 Asya Bussie........................Eastern Kentucky ... 12/8/09 13 Amanda Hayes............................. Duquesne....... 2/4/93

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BLOCKED SHOTS

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Georgeann Wells....Washington & Jefferson.....2/23/83 Olivia Bradley............................New Mexico....... 1/9/82 Georgeann Wells................................Detroit....... 2/7/83 Asya Bussie.................................at St. John’s ..... 1/2/09 Georgeann Wells......................... Penn State....... 2/2/83 Asya Bussie...................................Seton Hall ... 1/27/10 Asya Bussie..........................................at USF ... 2/20/10 Olivia Bradley.....................................Mercer...12/29/81 Olivia Bradley..........................Georgia State...12/30/81 Tracey Slogik.............................Rhode Island....... 1/4/87

TURNOVERS

ASYA BUSSIE

13 Kim Houser....................................... Rutgers.....2/25/84 11 Betsy Shaw...........................Pitt-Johnstown.....1/26/80 10 Cathy Parson..........................North Carolina...11/17/79

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

TRIPLE DOUBLES

None recorded to this date

30 POINT GAMES

37 Donna Abbott..................... Saint Joseph’s - 2/18/89 35 Christie Lambert............................Temple - 1/28/95 33 Mary Hennen.................................... Salem - 2/9/76 32 Donna Abbott........................... Duquesne - 2/11/89 32 Talisha Hargis........................Rhode Island - 1/10/95

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF PROFILES OUTLOOK THE BIG EAST

STEALS

11 Maria Tchobanova...................................Pitt....... 1/4/96 10 Talisha Hargis................................... Rutgers.....2/16/95 7 Mary Hennen.............................Indiana, Pa......1/27/76 7 Alexis Basil............................................. Ohio...12/10/83 7 Talisha Hargis......................St. Bonaventure....... 2/8/95 7 Talisha Hargis........................... Virginia Tech....... 3/1/95 6 Dionne Morris.............................. Penn State...12/30/85 6 Dionne Morris....................................Temple....... 2/1/86 6 Rosemary Kosiorek..................Arizona State.....12/3/88 6 Lori Wilson................................Rhode Island.....1/19/89 6 Talisha Hargis......................... Robert Morris.....12/8/94 6 Talisha Hargis..................Youngstown State...12/17/94 6 Talisha Hargis............... George Washington.....2/18/95 6 Maria Tchobanova.................. Robert Morris...12/10/95 6 Ashley Powell.................................Louisville....... 3/4/06

MINUTES PLAYED

49 Chakhia Cole...................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 45 Christy Cooper............................Pepperdine...11/27/89 45 Yolanda Paige........................... Georgetown....... 2/6/02 43 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne...11/20/01 43 Natalie Burton................................... DePaul ...... 3/7/09 42 Kate Bulger..............................................Pitt.....1/13/01 40 Alexis Basil....................................Ohio State...11/30/83 40 Dionne Morris........................Massachusetts.....1/11/86 40 Dionne Morris...........................Rhode Island.....1/13/86 40 Dionne Morris....................................Temple.....2/10/86 40 Dionne Morris......................... Saint Joseph’s....... 3/1/86 40 Lori Wilson...........................................Akron...12/10/88 40 Talisha Hargis............... George Washington.....2/18/95 40 Talisha Hargis........................... Virginia Tech....... 3/1/95 40 Ilse Opstaele.............................. Connecticut.....12/7/95 40 Rebecca Burbridge..................................Pitt....... 1/4/96 40 Rebecca Burbridge.........................Villanova.....1/10/96 40 Rebecca Burbridge............................. Miami.....1/25/96 40 Kate Bulger......................................Marshall....... 1/9/01 40 Kate Bulger............................... Georgetown.....1/31/01 40 Yolanda Paige..................................... Miami.....12/4/01 40 Yolanda Paige.................................Villanova....... 1/3/02 40 Yolanda Paige..................................... Miami....... 1/8/02 40 Yolanda Paige................................... Rutgers.....1/12/02 40 Yolanda Paige........................... Virginia Tech.....1/16/02 40 Yolanda Paige...............................Seton Hall.....2/10/02 40 Yolanda Paige........................Boston College.....2/12/02 40 Yolanda Paige..............................Providence.....2/16/02 40 Yolanda Paige............................Notre Dame.....2/19/02 40 Yolanda Paige............................ Connecticut.....2/26/02 40 Yolanda Paige..................................Syracuse....... 3/2/02 40 Ashley Powell.......................... Connecticut3......... /7/06 40 Natalie Burton.........................................Pitt ... 2/24/09

OPPONENT INFO

REBOUNDS

24 Mary Hennen................................Shepherd.....1/26/76 20 Olivia Bradley..................Youngstown State.....1/13/82 19 Mary Hennen......................... Davis & Elkins.....2/20/76 18 Lisa Morton................................Indiana, Pa....12/11/76 17 Mary Hennen.............................Indiana, Pa......1/27/76 17 Mary Hennen..................................Marshall.....2/21/76 17 Olivia Bradley..................................Marshall.....12/5/81 16 Mary Hennen...........................West Liberty.....2/11/76 16 Mary Hennen................................Shepherd.....2/19/76 16 Cindy Winegar............................Indiana, Pa....12/11/76

ASSISTS

14 Rosemary Kosiorek...................... Penn State....... 3/8/89 13 Yolanda Paige..........................................Pitt.....1/19/02 11 Rosemary Kosiorek..................Arizona State.....12/3/88 10 Dionne Morris............... George Washington.....2/15/86 10 Rosemary Kosiorek.......................Kent State...11/29/88 10 Rosemary Kosiorek............................Temple....... 3/2/89 10 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne...11/20/01 10 Ashley Powell.................................Louisville.....1/10/06 9 Alexis Basil................................... Penn State....... 2/2/84 9 Kim Houser...............................Rhode Island.....2/11/84 9 Rosemary Kosiorek....................... Duquesne.....2/11/89 9 Christie Ammons...............................Temple.....2/12/94 9 Christie Ammons...............................Temple....... 3/9/94 9 Talisha Hargis......................St. Bonaventure....... 2/8/95 9 Mandy Ronay..........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 9 Yolanda Paige........................... Virginia Tech.....1/16/02 9 Yolanda Paige..............................Providence.....2/16/02 9 Yolanda Paige..................................Syracuse....... 3/2/02

2009-10 REVIEW

.900 (9/10) Maria Tchobanova..........Seton Hall....... 2/3/96 .900 (9/10) Mandy Ronay............................Pitt....... 2/9/97 .867 (13/15) Donna Abbott......... Saint Joseph’s.....2/18/89 .857 (12/14) Yolanda Paige................... Rutgers.....1/12/02 .818 (9/11) Jenny Hillen...........San Diego State...12/31/85 .800 (8/10) Olivia Bradley.............. Virginia Tech....... 1/2/82 .800 (8/10) Talisha Hargis..................Richmond.....12/4/94 .750 (9/12) Brandi Batch...................Ohio State...12/20/98 .733 (11/15) Cindy Triplett....................Marshall...12/15/80

THE RECORD BOOK

.900 (9/10) Amanda Hayes....George Washington......1/20/93

10 Dionne Morris.............................. Penn State...12/30/85 9 Cindy Triplett..................................Villanova....... 2/2/80 9 Alexis Basil................................ Virginia Tech.....1/13/84 9 Kim Houser...............................Rhode Island.....2/11/84 9 Dionne Morris...........................Rhode Island.....1/13/86 9 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................Pitt...12/30/88 8 Linda Findo.............................Morris Harvey.....1/24/76 8 Cathy Parson............................. Virginia Tech.....2/20/80 8 Dionne Morris............... George Washington.....2/15/86 8 Dionne Morris........................Massachusetts.....2/20/86 8 Amanda Hayes....................................Xavier.....12/8/92 8 Christie Ammons..........Northeastern Illinois...12/30/93 8 Yolanda Paige.................................Villanova....... 1/3/02 8 Ashley Powell.....................UNC Greensboro.....12/3/05

WVU

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATT.)

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

16 Mary Hennen................................Shepherd.....1/26/76 13 Mary Hennen......................... Davis & Elkins.....2/20/76 10 Mary Hennen...........................West Liberty.....2/11/76 10 Chakhia Cole................................Providence....... 1/8/05 9 Mary Hennen...........................West Liberty.....1/15/76 9 Mary Hennen.............................Indiana, Pa......1/27/76 9 Mary Hennen........................Fairmont State....... 2/2/76 9 Mary Hennen................................Shepherd.....2/19/76 9 Mary Hennen..................................Marshall.....2/21/76 9 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne.....2/11/89

MEDIA INFO

12 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne.....2/11/89 12 Brandi Batch.................................Ohio State...12/20/98 12 Latitia Williams............................Providence....... 2/5/03 11 Olivia Bradley................................Maryland...11/22/81 11 Jenny Hillen.........................San Diego State...12/31/85 11 Talisha Hargis........................Massachusetts....... 3/8/95 11 Rebecca Burbridge..................................Pitt....... 1/4/96

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Sophomore Game RECORDS POINTS

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

36 Meg Bulger......................................Marshall.....1/11/05 34 Donna Abbott................ George Washington..... 1/29/90 34 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence.....2/10/96 34 Liz Repella...............................................USF ... 2/21/09 33 Kate Bulger............................. Robert Morris...12/30/01 32 Cathy Parson...................................Edinboro.....12/7/80 32 Lisa Szymczak...................Youngstown State...11/30/93 31 Meg Bulger.....................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 30 Lisa Szymczak................................... Rutgers....... 2/2/94 30 Meg Bulger................................... Duquesne.....12/4/04 30 Meg Bulger...............................East Carolina...12/21/04 30 Meg Bulger...................................Seton Hall.....1/15/05

27 Cathy Parson............West Virginia Wesleyan.....1/12/81 27 Georgeann Wells.............. Charleston, W.Va......1/30/84 27 Alexis Basil.........................................Temple.....1/26/85 25 Cathy Parson...............................Indiana, Pa......1/24/81 25 Meg Bulger................................... Duquesne.....12/4/04 25 Meg Bulger......................................Marshall.....1/11/05 25 Meg Bulger.....................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 24 Jean Mewshaw...............................Marshall.....2/21/76 24 Cathy Parson....................Youngstown State....... 1/7/81 24 Cathy Parson..................... Charleston, W.Va......1/28/81 24 Georgeann Wells................................... Ohio...12/10/83 24 Kate Bulger............................. Robert Morris...12/30/01

FIELD GOALS MADE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATT.)

14 Cathy Parson...................................Edinboro.....12/7/80 14 Lisa Szymczak..................Youngstown State...11/30/93 14 Kate Bulger............................. Robert Morris...12/30/01 13 Olayinka Sanni....................Kennesaw State...12/21/05 13 Cathy Parson............West Virginia Wesleyan.....1/12/81 12 Cathy Parson..................................McMaster...12/29/80 12 Cathy Parson....................Youngstown State....... 1/7/81 12 Lisa Szymczak................................... Rutgers....... 2/2/94 12 Ilse Opstaele.................................Seton Hall.....2/12/97 12 Meg Bulger................................... Duquesne.....12/4/04 12 Meg Bulger...............................East Carolina...12/21/04 12 Meg Bulger......................................Marshall.....1/11/05 12 Meg Bulger..................................Providence.....2/22/05 12 Sarah Miles ................................ Mercyhurst ....12/3/08

1.000 (13/13) Olayinka Sanni...Kennesaw State...12/21/05 .909 (10/11) Pat Hovorka.................. Duquesne....... 2/2/80 .900 (9/10) Jenny Hillen........................ Rutgers....... 2/9/87 .857 (12/14) Meg Bulger..................Providence.....2/22/05 .818 (9/11) Chakhia Cole ....................Louisville.....1/10/06 .818 (9/11) Sherell Sowho..........Colorado State...11/23/01 .769 (10/13) Ilse Opstaele...Middle Tennessee State.....12/21/96

.750 (9/12) Jenny Hillen...........................Salem...11/29/86 .750 (9/12) Rosemary Kosiorek.......Pepperdine...11/27/89 .750 (9/12) Rosemary Kosiorek..............Temple.....1/11/90 .750 (9/12) Ilse Opstaele............. Robert Morris...12/14/96 .750 (9/12) Brandi Batch...............Coppin State...11/28/99

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 7 7 6 6 6 6 5

Christie Lambert..............................Syracuse....... 2/2/97 Kate Bulger................................... Duquesne...11/20/01 LaQuita Owens.................................. DePaul.....1/31/06 Christie Lambert..................... Robert Morris...12/10/95 Kate Bulger..............................................Pitt.....1/19/02 Liz Repella................................Coppin State ... 3/19/09 on 16 different occasions

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

18 Christie Lambert..............................Syracuse ..... 2/2/97 15 LaQuita Owens...............................Louisville....... 3/4/06 13 Christie Lambert................................. Miami.... 1/22/97 13 Kate Bulger................................... Duquesne.. 11/20/01 13 Kate Bulger......................................Syracuse ....2/23/02 12 LaQuita Owens.......................... Connecticut....... 2/4/06 12 Alia Clark............................................ Liberty . 11/25/00 11 LaQuita Owens.................................. DePaul.....1/31/06 11 Christie Lambert..................... Robert Morris...12/10/95 11 Kate Bulger...............................Wright State...11/28/01 11 Kate Bulger..............................................Pitt.....1/19/02 11 Meg Bulger................................... Duquesne.....12/4/04

OLAYINKA SANNI

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 5 ATT.)

.833 (5/6) Meg Bulger.............UNC Greensboro.. 11/19/04 .800 (4/5) Christie Lambert........Boston College.....12/2/95 .800 (4/5) Meg Bulger................Boston College.....1/20/05 .800 (4/5) Kate Glusko......................Providence.....2/22/05 .714 (5/7) Christie Lambert.........UNC Asheville...11/25/95 .714 (5/7) Christie Lambert........... Georgetown.....1/29/97 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger.................Northwestern...11/22/04 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger.........................St. John’s....... 2/8/05 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger..............................Maine.....3/18/05 .667 (4/6) Christie Lambert.................St. John’s.....1/15/97 .667 (4/6) Kate Bulger......................Providence.....2/16/02 .667 (4/6) Meg Bulger............. Saint Francis, PA.....12/7/04 .667 (4/6) Meg Bulger.......................Seton Hall.....1/15/05 .667 (4/6) Sparkle Davis....................... Oakland . 12/16/06 .667 (4/6) Sparkle Davis...............................USF.... 2/17/07

FREE THROWS MADE

14 Donna Abbott............... George Washington.....1/29/90 14 Amanda Hayes.............................Richmond....... 1/4/94 14 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence.....2/10/96 12 Rebecca Burbridge................. Robert Morris...12/14/96 11 Alexis Basil...........................................Xavier...12/29/84 11 Talisha Hargis............................... Duquesne...12/21/95 10 Lauren Cooley.............................Indiana, Pa......12/7/82 10 Jenny Hillen.........................St. Bonaventure.....1/10/87 10 Tracey Slogik........................................Akron.....12/7/87 10 Lori Wilson................................Rhode Island.....1/22/90 10 Amanda Hayes......................Massachusetts.....1/22/94 10 Talisha Hargis..................Youngstown State...12/16/95 10 Talisha Hargis..................................Syracuse....... 3/2/96 10 Maria Tchobanova.................Bowling Green...11/25/96 10 Meg Bulger......................................Marshall.....1/11/05

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

18 Amanda Hayes.............................Richmond....... 1/4/94 18 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence.....2/10/96 16 Pat Hovorka....................................Edinboro....... 2/6/80 16 Donna Abbott............... George Washington.....1/29/90 16 Talisha Hargis............................... Duquesne...12/21/95 16 Talisha Hargis..........................................Pitt....... 1/4/96 15 Amanda Hayes......................Massachusetts.....1/22/94 15 Talisha Hargis..................Youngstown State...12/16/95 15 Talisha Hargis..................................Syracuse....... 3/2/96 13 Donna Abbott............................Wake Forest...12/10/89

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATT.)

1.000 (12/12) Rebecca Burbridge....... Robert Morris......12/14/96 1.000 (10/10) Jenny Hillen.......St. Bonaventure.....1/10/87 .917 (11/12) Alexis Basil...........................Xavier...12/29/84 .909 (10/11) Lori Wilson................Rhode Island.....1/22/90 .909 (10/11) Meg Bulger.....................Marshall.....1/11/05 .900 (9/10) Chakhia Cole........................ DePaul.....1/31/06 .900 (9/10) Lisa Morton................................Pitt....... 1/7/78 .900 (9/10) Donna Abbott............Rhode Island.....2/22/90

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.900 (9/10) Rebecca Burbridge.................. Ohio...12/30/96

MOUNTAINEERS

.875 (14/16 )Donna Abbott.......George Washington........1/29/90

.833 (10/12) Lauren Cooley.............Indiana, Pa......12/7/82 .833 (10/12) Tracey Slogik........................Akron.....12/7/87 .833 (10/12) Maria Tchobanova........Bowling Green.....11/25/96

REBOUNDS

PROFILES

COACHING STAFF

27 Olivia Bradley............... George Washington.....1/31/83 21 Olivia Bradley................................... Rutgers.....2/28/83 19 Olivia Bradley...................................Bishops...12/29/82 19 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne.....2/11/90 17 Lisa Morton.....................................Marshall....... 3/1/78 17 Olivia Bradley................................... Arizona...11/27/82 17 Olivia Bradley......................... Robert Morris.....2/14/83 17 Donna Abbott............... George Washington.....2/17/90 17 Lisa Szymczak..........................Northeastern...12/29/93 17 Lisa Szymczak............................... Duquesne....... 3/5/94

11 Cindy (Sam) Booth.......West Virginia Wesleyan......1/20/75

10 Jean Mewshaw.............................Shepherd.....2/19/76 9 Cindy (Sam) Booth.................Morris Harvey....1//25/75 9 Cindy (Sam) Booth........................Shepherd.....1/28/75 9 Cindy (Sam) Booth................Fairmont State....... 2/7/75 8 Cindy (Sam) Booth...................West Liberty.....1/15/75 8 Cindy (Sam) Booth...................West Liberty.....2/11/75 8 Rosemary Kosiorek................George Mason....... 1/3/90 8 Talisha Hargis..................................... Miami.....1/25/96 8 Maria Tchobanova.............................. Miami.....2/22/97

TURNOVERS

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

TRIPLE DOUBLES

17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals................ Jean Mewshaw . .........................................................Shepherd -2/19/76

THE BIG EAST OPPONENT INFO

STEALS

12 Leslie Sergy............................Fairmont State....... 2/7/75 11 Cindy Winegar.......................... Virginia Tech.....2/22/78 11 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................Pitt...12/22/89 10 Cindy (Sam) Booth........................Shepherd.....1/28/75 10 Rosemary Kosiorek...............................UCLA...11/26/89 10 Ilse Opstaele........................... Robert Morris...12/14/96 9 Cindy (Sam) Booth................Fairmont State....... 2/7/75 9 Jean Mewshaw......................Morris Harvey.....1/24/76 9 Laurie Evans.............Pittsburgh-Johnstown.....1/26/80 9 Cathy Parson....................Western Michigan...12/27/80 9 Dionne Morris...............................Ohio State...12/19/86 9 Dionne Morris....................................Temple.....1/15/87 9 Christie Ammons.................... Robert Morris.....12/8/94 9 Talisha Hargis.....................................Toledo...11/24/95 9 Mandy Ronay..................................... Miami...12/31/97 9 Mandy Ronay............................ Connecticut....... 2/4/98 9 Yolanda Paige.................... Mount St. Mary’s...11/22/02 9 Sarah Miles................................Notre Dame ...... 3/2/09

MINUTES PLAYED

48 Alexis Basil.........................................Temple.....1/26/85 48 Meg Bulger.....................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 45 Rosemary Kosiorek.....................Pepperdine...11/27/89 45 Kate Bulger............................... Georgetown....... 2/6/02 45 Sherell Sowho.......................... Georgetown....... 2/6/02 44 Dionne Morris........................Massachusetts.....1/19/87 44 Jenny Hillen...........................Massachusetts.....1/19/87 44 Rosemary Kosiorek............................Temple.....1/11/90 44 Donna Abbott................................... Rutgers.....1/18/90 44 Lisa Szymczak........................Massachusetts.....1/22/94 44 Liz Repella......................................... DePaul ..... 3/7/09

30-POINT GAMES

36 Meg Bulger......................................Marshall.....1/11/05 34 Donna Abbott............... George Washington.....1/29/90 34 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence.....2/10/96 34 Liz Repella...............................................USF ... 2/21/09 33 Kate Bulger............................. Robert Morris...12/30/01 32 Cathy Parson...................................Edinboro.....12/7/80 32 Lisa Szymczak..................Youngstown State...11/30/93 31 Meg Bulger.....................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 30 Lisa Szymczak................................... Rutgers....... 2/2/94 30 Meg Bulger................................... Duquesne.....12/4/04 30 Meg Bulger...............................East Carolina...12/21/04 30 Meg Bulger...................................Seton Hall.....1/15/05

THE RECORD BOOK

17 Georgeann Wells.............................Marshall.....12/3/83 9 Georgeann Wells......................... Penn State....... 2/2/84 8 Georgeann Wells..................James Madison.....1/15/84 7 Georgeann Wells.............Youngstown State.....2/21/84 6 Georgeann Wells.............Tennessee-Martin.....1/17/83 6 Georgeann Wells.....................................Pitt ... 1/18/84 6 Talisha Hargis..................Youngstown State...12/16/95 5 Olivia Bradley..................................Marshall.....12/4/82 5 Georgeann Wells..........................Tennessee...11/19/83 5 Georgeann Wells.................................Akron...11/29/83 5 Georgeann Wells.......................... Duquesne.....2/16/84 5 Georgeann Wells......................... Penn State.....2/28/84 5 Lori Wilson...........................St. Bonaventure.....1/25/90

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14 Yolanda Paige...........................Coppin State...11/30/02 14 Yolanda Paige..................................... Miami.....2/15/03 12 Yolanda Paige......................... Robert Morris.....12/7/02 11 Alexis Basil.......................................Marshall...12/22/84 11 Alexis Basil.................... George Washington.....1/20/85 11 Dionne Morris......................St. Bonaventure.....1/10/87 11 Rosemary Kosiorek............................Temple.....1/11/90 11 Yolanda Paige...........................Wright State...12/18/02 11 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne...12/21/02 10 Dionne Morris............................... Duquesne.....1/31/87 10 Christie Ammons...............................Temple.....2/13/95 10 Yolanda Paige......................................UMKC...12/29/02 10 Yolanda Paige..................................Syracuse.....2/26/03 10 Yolanda Paige............................ Connecticut....... 3/4/03 10 Ashley Powell.................................Louisville.... 2/26/07

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OUTLOOK

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

10 Ann Murray......................... South Alabama....... 1/5/91 9 Leslie Sergy....................................Seton Hill....... 2/1/75 9 Donna Abbott............... George Washington.....1/29/90 8 Olivia Bradley................................Cincinnati.....1/19/83 8 Donna Abbott............... George Washington.....2/17/90 8 Lisa Szymczak.................................... Kansas....... 1/2/94 8 Amanda Hayes..................................Temple.....2/12/94 8 Brandi Batch....................................... Miami....... 2/5/00 8 Mary Grace Carson..........Tennessee-Martin.....12/3/00 7 11 different occurrences

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COACHING STAFF PROFILES

16 Jenny Hillen..............Alabama-Birmingham.....12/4/87 16 Jenny Hillen................................. Penn State.....1/30/88 16 Talisha Hargis........................................ Ohio...12/30/96 16 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne...12/20/03 16 Olayinka Sanni............................Providence.....1/13/07 15 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple.....1/26/85 14 Jenny Hillen.........................................Akron.....12/7/87 14 Talisha Hargis...............................Seton Hall.....12/7/96 14 Sarah Miles....................................... Rutgers ... 2/16/10

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATT.)

28 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State.....12/19/5 28 Cathy Parson..................................... Rutgers.....2/13/82 28 Kate Bulger......................................Syracuse.....2/26/03 26 J.D. Drummonds....................Massachusetts.....2/11/80 26 Cathy Parson................................ Penn State.....1/18/82 26 Christie Lambert..........................Providence.....1/21/98 26 LaQuita Owens...............................Louisville ..... 3/4/07 24 J.D. Drummonds........... George Washington....... 1/7/80 24 Cathy Parson....................................Marshall.....12/5/81 24 Cathy Parson..................... Charleston, W.Va........ 2/8/82 24 Olivia Bradley...........................Georgia Tech...12/16/83 24 Judy Eaton....................................Kent State . 11/28/87 24 Rosemary Kosiorek..............St. Bonaventure ... 1/24/91

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14 Kate Bulger......................................Syracuse.....2/26/03 12 Olivia Bradley...........................Georgia Tech...12/16/83 12 Judy Eaton....................................Kent State...11/28/87 12 Donna Abbott............................Wake Forest.....12/1/90 12 Rosemary Kosiorek................... Virginia Tech...12/20/90 12 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Rutgers.....2/28/91 12 Christy Cooper..........................Rhode Island.....1/28/93 12 Christy Cooper.......................Massachusetts.....1/30/93 12 Olayinka Sanni.......................St. Francis, Pa. . 12/30/06

.833 (5/6) Sherell Sowho......................Marshall.....1/22/03 .800 (4/5) Kate Bulger..............................UMKC...11/29/02 .714 (5/7) Judy Eaton........ George Washington.....1/23/88 .714 (5/7) Debbie Blazek....................... Rutgers....... 2/2/94 .714 (5/7) Rebecca Burbridge......Youngstown State.....11/19/97

KORINNE CAMPBELL POINTS

38 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State...12/19/05 38 Christie Lambert..........................Providence.....1/21/98 36 Kate Bulger......................................Syracuse.....2/26/03 35 Cathy Parson.......................... Glenville State...12/12/81 35 Georgeann Wells.............................Marshall...12/22/84 33 Cathy Parson................................ Penn State.....1/18/82 33 Talisha Hargis..........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 32 Rosemary Kosiorek..............St. Bonaventure.....1/24/91 32 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne...12/20/03 31 Cathy Parson..................... Charleston, W.Va........ 2/8/82 31 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence.....12/4/96

FIELD GOALS MADE

16 Cathy Parson.......................... Glenville State...12/12/81 15 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State...12/19/05 15 Georgeann Wells.............................Marshall...12/22/84 14 Cathy Parson................................ Penn State.....1/18/82 14 Cathy Parson..................... Charleston, W.Va........ 2/8/82 14 Rosemary Kosiorek..............St. Bonaventure.....1/24/91 14 Christie Lambert..........................Providence.....1/21/98

.714 (5/7) Christie Lambert..........................Pitt.....1/31/98 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger................... Georgetown.....1/14/06 .714 (5/7) Liz Repella.....................at Ohio State . 11/19/09 .714 (5/7) Liz Repella..................at Notre Dame ... 1/24/10 .667 (4/6) Shannon Monahan................Temple....... 3/6/93 .667 (4/6) Sherell Sowho......................... Miami.....2/15/03 .667 (4/6) Sparkle Davis...............................USF ..... 1/5/08

FREE THROWS MADE

21 Donna Abbott..................... Northern Illinois...12/29/90 18 Talisha Hargis..........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 15 Jenny Hillen................................. Penn State.....1/30/88 14 Jenny Hillen.........................................Akron.....12/7/87 14 Britney Davis-White......................... Rutgers....... 3/6/06 13 Jenny Hillen..............Alabama-Birmingham.....12/4/87 13 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne...12/20/03 12 Cindy Winegar.................................. Towson....... 2/2/79 12 Talisha Hargis........................................ Ohio...12/30/96 11 Olivia Bradley........................Massachusetts....... 3/2/84 11 Meg Bulger......................................Marshall.....1/25/06

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

22 Donna Abbott..................... Northern Illinois...12/29/90 20 Talisha Hargis..........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 20 Britney Davis-White......................... Rutgers....... 3/6/06 16 Olivia Bradley........................Massachusetts....... 3/2/84

1.000 (14/14) Jenny Hillen.......................Akron.....12/7/87 1.000 (12/12) Cindy Winegar................ Towson....... 2/2/79 1.000 (11/11) Meg Bulger....................Marshall.....1/25/06 .955 (21/22) Donna Abbott..... Northern Illinois...12/29/90 .938 (15/16) Jenny Hillen................. Penn State.....1/30/88 .900 (18/20) Talisha Hargis...........................Pitt....... 2/9/77 .900 (9/10) Meg Bulger.......................Louisville.....1/10/06 .833 (10/12) Talisha Hargis...................Marshall...12/17/96 .818 (9/11) Pam Harper........West Virginia Wesleyan.........2/3/76

.818 (9/11) Talisha Hargis...........Bowling Green...11/25/96 .818 (9/11) Talisha Hargis.....................Missouri...11/22/96 .818 (9/11) Chakhia Cole.......................Howard . 11/18/06

REBOUNDS

22 Olivia Bradley...........................Georgia Tech...12/16/83 20 Mary Hennen.............................Indiana, Pa......12/9/77 20 Olivia Bradley......................................Akron...11/29/83 19 Jean Mewshaw...............................Marshall.....1/18/78 19 Olivia Bradley................Alderson-Broaddus....... 1/7/84 19 Georgeann Wells.............................Marshall...12/22/84 19 Donna Abbott................................... Rutgers.....2/28/91 18 Mary Hennen..........West Virginia Wesleyan....... 3/3/77 18 Jean Mewshaw...............................Marshall.....2/20/78 18 Donna Abbott......................... Saint Joseph’s....... 2/2/91

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

10 Georgeann Wells................................Marshall...12/22/84 9 Leslie Sergy.......................Wisconsin-Oshkosh..... 3/12/76 9 Olivia Bradley...................... Charleston, W.Va...... 1/30/84 9 Donna Abbott.............................Saint Joseph’s........2/2/91 8 Pam Harper................West Virginia Wesleyan........2/3/76 8 Leslie Sergy.......................................Shepherd..... 2/19/76 8 Olivia Bradley.....................................Cheyney..... 1/21/84 7 Donna Abbott.........................St. Bonaventure........2/4/91 7 Donna Abbott.............................Saint Joseph’s..... 2/16/91 7 Christy Cooper..........................Massachusetts..... 1/30/93 7 Christy Cooper.............................Rhode Island..... 2/27/93 7 Michelle Carter.............................Notre Dame........2/1/03 7 Michelle Carter...................................Syracuse..... 2/26/03 7 Olayinka Sanni...............................Texas A&M . . 11/24/06 7 Olayinka Sanni.................................American . . 11/25/06 7 Olayinka Sanni...................................Houston . . 11/30/06 7 Olayinka Sanni................................ Seton Hall . ... 1/16/07 7 Korinne Campbell................................Towson . . 11/13/09

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TRIPLE DOUBLES

26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 blocks..............Georgeann Wells . .................................................. Massachusetts - 3/1/85 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists ..................Dionne Morris . ........................................... St. Bonaventure - 12/21/87

38 Christie Lambert..........................Providence.....1/21/98 38 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State...12/19/05 36 Kate Bulger......................................Syracuse.....2/26/03 35 Cathy Parson.......................... Glenville State...12/12/81 35 Georgeann Wells.............................Marshall...12/22/84 33 Cathy Parson................................ Penn State.....1/18/82 33 Talisha Hargis..........................................Pitt....... 2/9/97 32 Rosemary Kosiorek..............St. Bonaventure.....1/24/91 32 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne...12/20/03 31 Cathy Parson..................... Charleston, W.Va........ 2/8/82 31 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence.....12/4/96 30 Donna Abbott............................Wake Forest.....12/1/90 30 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Rutgers.....2/28/91 30 Talisha Hargis..................................Marshall...12/17/96 30 LaQuita Owens...............................Louisville ... 2/26/07

PROFILES

STEALS

OUTLOOK

Carol Mousseau...................... Davis & Elkins.....2/20/76 Christie Ammons.................... Robert Morris...12/10/95 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence.....12/4/96 Yolanda Paige.................................St. John’s....... 3/6/04 Carol Mousseau...................................Salem....... 2/9/76 Jenny Hillen..............Alabama-Birmingham.....12/4/87 Jenny Hillen.............................................Pitt...12/30/87 Rosemary Kosiorek................George Mason...12/17/90 Rosemary Kosiorek....................... Duquesne.....1/14/91 Jocelyn Branham.................St. Bonaventure....... 2/4/91 Talisha Hargis..................................Syracuse....... 2/2/97 Maria Tchobanova..................... Connecticut.....1/10/98 Olayinka Sanni............................ Marquette ... 12/6/06

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30-POINT GAMES

MOUNTAINEERS

14 Yolanda Paige.................................St. John’s.....1/13/04 13 Yolanda Paige.................................St. John’s....... 3/6/04 12 Lisa Ribble.......................Youngstown State.....2/21/84 12 Dionne Morris............................... Duquesne....... 1/2/88 12 Rosemary Kosiorek............................Temple....... 3/6/91 12 Christie Ammons.............Youngstown State...12/16/95 12 Yolanda Paige..................................Marshall.....1/21/04 12 Yolanda Paige..............................Providence....... 2/4/04 12 Yolanda Paige..................................... Miami.....2/28/04 11 Mandy Ronay............................Notre Dame....... 1/7/99 11 Mandy Ronay..................................Marshall.....1/27/99 11 Mandy Ronay..................................Syracuse.....2/10/99 11 Yolanda Paige..........................................Pitt.....1/31/04 11 Ashley Powell........................... Presbyterian ..12/15/07

45 Yolanda Paige..............Missouri-Kansas City...12/30/03 45 Chakhia Cole...................................Louisville ... 2/26/07 44 Jenny Hillen.............................. Florida State.....12/5/87 43 Kate Bulger......................................Syracuse.....2/26/03 42 Donna Abbott............................Wake Forest.....12/1/90 42 Brandi Batch............................................Pitt.....1/13/01 42 LaQuita Owens...............................Louisville ... 2/26/07 42 Liz Repella......................................... DePaul ..... 1/9/10

COACHING STAFF

ASSISTS

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11 Georgeann Wells...................Massachusetts....... 3/1/85 9 Georgeann Wells.....................................Pitt.....12/5/84 8 Georgeann Wells.............................Marshall...12/22/84 6 Susan Muth............................ Robert Morris.....12/9/81 6 Georgeann Wells.............Youngstown State...12/19/84 6 Georgeann Wells..........................Tennessee.....1/12/85 6 Georgeann Wells.......... George Washington.....1/20/85 6 Georgeann Wells..................Cleveland State.....1/24/85 6 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple.....1/26/85 6 Georgeann Wells......................Rhode Island....... 2/9/85 6 Georgeann Wells...................Massachusetts.....2/21/85 6 Ramika McGee.........................East Carolina...11/23/03

TURNOVERS

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THE RECORD BOOK

13 Debbie Jenkins............................ Penn State.....1/31/81 10 Jean Mewshaw......................Morris Harvey.....2/18/78 10 Lisa Ribble........................................ Rutgers.....2/25/84 10 Alexis Basil....................................Tennessee....... 1/4/86 10 Christie Ammons................................ Miami....... 2/8/96 9 Sara Roberts........................................Salem.....1/29/76 9 Cindy Winegar.................................Marshall.....1/10/79 9 Dionne Morris............................... Duquesne....... 2/2/88 9 Shannon Monahan..................Rhode Island.....2/27/93 9 Brandi Batch.......................................Florida...11/29/00 9 Yolanda Paige.......................Delaware State...12/14/03 9 Yolanda Paige...............................Seton Hall.....1/10/02

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MINUTES PLAYED

50 Chakhia Cole...................................Villanova ..... 1/6/07 48 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple.....1/26/85 47 Judy Eaton.................... George Washington.....1/23/88 47 LaQuita Owens...............................Villanova ...... 1/6/07 45 Yolanda Paige.......................Delaware State...12/14/03

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PROFILES

.900 (9/10) Sherell Sowho................Northwestern....11/22/04 .900 (9/10) LaQuita Owens........... at Rhode Island... 11/24/07 .875 (14/16) Rosemary Kosiorek.......................Pitt....12/21/91 .846 (11/13) Rosemary Kosiorek.....St. Bonaventure.........1/2/92 .818 (9/11) Dana Crone..........................Tennessee....11/22/82 .818 (9/11) Olayinka Sanni...................... Louisville ...... 3/1/08 .800 (8/10) Maria Tchobanova.................Villanova........1/5/99 .800 (8/10) Michelle Carter......................St. John’s......1/13/02 .800 (8/10) Chakhia Cole............................. Cornell .. 11/18/07 .786 (11/14) Rosemary Kosiorek.........Robert Morris.......2/22/92

OUTLOOK

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TAKISHA GRANBERRY POINTS

37 Rosemary Kosiorek............................. Marshall......1/22/92 36 Lisa Szymczak......................Youngstown State....12/16/95 35 J.D. Drummonds.....................................Miami....12/28/80 33 Georgeann Wells..............................Penn State........2/8/86 33 Rosemary Kosiorek......................................Pitt... 12/21/91 31 Rosemary Kosiorek.....................Saint Joseph’s........1/9/92 31 Rosemary Kosiorek....................Massachusetts......1/30/92 31 Talisha Hargis............................ Bowling Green....12/13/97 31 Rebecca Burbridge..................................Miami........2/3/99 31 Takisha Granberry.........................Georgetown .... 2/18/09

FIELD GOALS MADE

14 J.D. Drummonds..............Western Michigan...12/27/80 14 J.D. Drummonds......................................Pitt.... 1/14/81 14 J.D. Drummonds.........................Indiana, Pa......1/24/81 14 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................Pitt.. 12/21/91 14 Rosemary Kosiorek..........................Marshall.....1/22/92 14 Lisa Szymczak..................Youngstown State...12/16/95 13 J.D. Drummonds................................. Miami...12/28/80 13 J.D. Drummonds......West Virginia Wesleyan.....1/12/81 13 Georgeann Wells..................Cleveland State.....1/25/86 13 Alexis Basil.......................................Stanford.....12/4/86 13 Rosemary Kosiorek................. Saint Joseph’s....... 1/9/92 13 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Rutgers....... 3/7/92

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

29 Judy Eaton...........................................Akron...12/10/88 27 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple.....2/10/86 27 Alexis Basil.......................................Stanford.....12/4/86 26 J.D. Drummonds................................. Miami...12/28/80 26 J.D. Drummonds......West Virginia Wesleyan.....1/12/81 26 J.D. Drummonds......................................Pitt.... 1/14/81 26 Georgeann Wells..................Cleveland State.....1/25/86 24 Cathy Parson................................ Penn State....... 2/2/83 24 Georgeann Wells......................Rhode Island...11/25/85 24 Georgeann Wells.....................................Pitt.... 12/3/85 24 Georgeann Wells......................... Penn State....... 2/8/86

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Kate Bulger......................................... Miami.....2/28/04 Takisha Granberry.............. New Jersey Tech . 11/28/08 Rebecca Burbridge...............................UCLA.....2/22/98 Mandy Ronay................................... Rutgers.....1/22/00 Judy Eaton...............................Arizona State.....12/3/88 Rebecca Burbridge............................. Miami....... 2/3/99 Kate Bulger............................. Robert Morris.....12/6/03 Kate Bulger..............................................Pitt ...... 1/3/04 Sherell Sowho........................... Connecticut....... 3/2/04 LaQuita Owens.............................Seton Hall ..... 2/3/08 Meg Bulger.............................................Oakland ... 12/17/07 Meg Bulger.....................................Louisville ..... 3/1/08 Takisha Granberry.................... Georgetown ... 2/18/09

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

21 Judy Eaton...........................................Akron...12/10/88 15 Kate Bulger......................................... Miami.....2/28/04 14 Rebecca Burbridge...............................UCLA...11/22/98 13 Christie Lambert........................Notre Dame....... 1/7/99 13 Sherell Sowho........................... Connecticut....... 3/2/04 13 Kate Bulger...................................Ohio State.....3/20/04 13 Takisha Granberry.................... Georgetown ... 2/18/09 12 Christie Lambert................................. Miami.....2/26/99 12 Mandy Ronay................................... Rutgers.....1/22/00 12 Mandy Ronay........................... Georgetown.....1/26/00 12 LaQuita Owens.............................Seton Hall...... 2/3/08 12 LaQuita Owens................................Syracuse ..... 3/3/08 12 LaQuita Owens...............................Louisville ... 3/10/08 12 Takisha Granberry.......................Providence ..... 3/6/09

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 5 ATT.)

.889 (8/9) Takish Granberry..... New Jersey Tech . 11/28/08 .833 (5/6) Talisha Hargis................. Connecticut....... 3/1/98 .800 (4/5) Jocelyn Branham.......Massachusetts.....1/30/92 .800 (4/5) Meg Bulger....................... Duquesne ....12/7/07 .800 (4/5) Meg Bulger.........................Villanova ... 2/23/08 .800 (4/5) LaQuita Owens.............Rhode Island . 11/24/07 .800 (4/5) LaQuita Owens..........St. Bonaventre ... 12/1/07 .750 (6/8) Judy Eaton...................Arizona State.....12/3/88 .714 (5/7) Sherell Sowho.....................Kentucky.....3/28/05 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger...................Rhode Island . 11/24/07

FREE THROWS MADE

19 Georgeann Wells......................... Penn State....... 2/8/86 14 Talisha Hargis...............................Ohio State...12/16/97 13 Donna Abbott..................Western Kentucky...12/15/91 13 Anna Tillman.......................... Saint Joseph’s....... 3/4/93 12 Jenny Hillen.....................Western Kentucky...12/18/88 12 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Virginia...11/23/91 12 Rosemary Kosiorek....................... Duquesne.....2/29/92 12 Yolanda Paige.................................St. John’s.....3/21/05 11 Rosemary Kosiorek..........Western Kentucky...12/15/91 11 Rosemary Kosiorek................. Saint Joseph’s.....1/18/92 11 Rosemary Kosiorek....... George Washington....... 2/8/92 11 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Virginia.....3/26/92 11 Lori Quertinmont............................Marshall.....2/17/93 11 Talisha Hargis........................Bowling Green...12/13/97 11 Maria Tchobanova........................Seton Hall.....1/10/99

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

20 Georgeann Wells......................... Penn State....... 2/8/86 20 Anna Tillman.......................... Saint Joseph’s....... 3/4/93 17 Talisha Hargis...............................Ohio State...12/16/97 16 Donna Abbott..................Western Kentucky...12/15/91 15 Olayinka Sanni........................at Providence ..... 2/9/08 14 Jenny Hillen.....................Western Kentucky...12/18/88 14 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Virginia...11/23/91 14 Rosemary Kosiorek....... George Washington....... 2/8/92 14 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Virginia.....3/26/92 14 Talisha Hargis........................Bowling Green...12/13/97 14 Talisha Hargis........................... Georgetown.....2/14/98

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATT.)

1.000 (12/12) Yolanda Paige...............St. John’s.....3/21/05

1.000 (10/10) Rebecca Burbridge......Georgetown....12/12/98

.950 (19/20) Georgeann Wells......... Penn State....... 2/8/86 .923 (12/13) Rosemary Kosiorek....... Duquesne.....2/29/92

.917 (11/12) Rosemary Kosiorek.Western Kentucky.....12/15/91

.917 (11/12) Lori Quertinmont.............Marshall.....2/17/93 .917 (11/12) Maria Tchobanova........Seton Hall.....1/10/99 .909 (10/11) Jenny Hillen...................... Rutgers.....1/12/89

.909 (10/11) Rebecca Burbridge..........Robert Morris.....11/18/98

.900 (9/10) Georgeann Wells.................Temple....... 3/6/86 .900 (9/10) Rosemary Kosiorek......... Duquesne.....3/12/92 .900 (9/10) Anna Tillman...........Massachusetts....... 2/6/93 .900 (9/10) Talisha Hargis.............................Pitt ...... 1/8/98 .900 (9/10) Adrienne Beard........... Georgetown.....2/14/98

REBOUNDS

28 Olivia Bradley....................................Temple.....1/26/85 25 Olivia Bradley...........................Rhode Island....... 2/9/85 22 Olivia Bradley..................................Marshall.....12/3/84 22 Olivia Bradley..........................................Pitt ....12/5/84 22 Georgeann Wells..................Cleveland State.....1/25/86 20 Olivia Bradley..........................Indiana State...11/23/84 20 Olivia Bradley.......................Cleveland State.....1/24/85 20 Donna Abbott...........................Rhode Island...12/15/92 19 Olivia Bradley..................Youngstown State...12/19/84

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TURNOVERS

10 Jenny Hillen.........................St. Bonaventure.....1/26/89 10 Darya Kudryavtseva.....................Seton Hall.....1/28/01 9 Cindy Winegar.......................North Carolina...11/17/79 9 Cathy Parson..................District of Columbia...12/28/82 9 Maria Tchobanova......Virginia Commonwealth.......12/5/98 9 Maria Tchobanova.....................Notre Dame.....2/20/99 8 Jean Mewshaw.........Pittsburgh Johnstown ....12/6/78 8 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Indiana.....12/7/91 8 Lori Quertinmont...........................Kentucky...12/12/92 8 Lori Quertinmont.....................Rhode Island.....1/28/93 8 Christie Ammons........ Middle Tennessee State....12/21/96

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Talisha Hargis................................... Virginia...11/23/97 Maria Tchobanova........................Seton Hall.....1/10/99 Mandy Ronay..............................Providence.....12/8/99 Darya Kudryavtseva......................... Rutgers.....1/17/01 Ashley Powell............................... Duquesne ... 12/7/08 Ashley Powell......................St. Bonaventure ... 3/21/09

MINUTES PLAYED

50 Yolanda Paige.................................Kentucky.....3/28/05 46 Lisa Ribble.........................................Temple.....1/26/85 45 Darya Kudryavtseva................................Pitt ....1/13/01 45 Sherell Sowho.....................................UMKC...12/30/03 45 Takisha Granberry............................. DePaul ..... 3/7/09 44 Cathy Parson..................................... Rutgers.....2/28/83 44 Janet Hoffman..................................Temple.....1/26/85 44 Rosemary Kosiorek........................... Indiana.....12/7/91 43 Olivia Bradley....................................Temple.....1/26/85 43 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple.....2/10/86 43 Kate Bulger...........................Delaware State...12/14/03 43 Sherell Sowho......................Delaware State...12/14/03 43 Sherell Sowho................................Kentucky.....3/28/05

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF PROFILES THE BIG EAST

OUTLOOK

37 Rosemary Kosiorek................................Marshall ..... 1/22/92 36 Lisa Szymczak.......................Youngstown State ... 12/16/95 35 J.D. Drummonds....................................... Miami ... 12/28/80 33 Georgeann Wells................................Penn State ....... 2/8/86 33 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................Pitt ...12/21/91 31 Rosemary Kosiorek.......................Saint Joseph’s ....... 1/9/92 31 Rosemary Kosiorek.....................Massachusetts ..... 1/30/92 31 Talisha Hargis...............................Bowling Green ... 12/13/97 31 Rebecca Burbridge................................... Miami ....... 2/3/99 31 Takisha Granberry...........................Georgetown ..... 2/18/09 30 J.D. Drummonds...................Western Michigan ... 12/27/80 30 J.D. Drummonds...........................Mount Mercy ... 12/30/80 30 J.D. Drummonds.............................................Pitt ......1/14/81 30 Takisha Granberry.....................New Jersey Tech.... 11/28/08

OPPONENT INFO

J.D. Drummonds................................ DePaul.....12/5/80 Alexis Basil.............................Massachusetts.....1/19/87 Dionne Morris.................................Alabama...11/25/88 Jenny Hillen...........................Massachusetts.....2/23/89 J.D. Drummonds............................McMaster...12/29/80 Dionne Morris......................St. Bonaventure....... 2/4/89 Rosemary Kosiorek..........................Marshall.....1/22/92 Talisha Hargis...........................Wright State...11/16/97 J.D. Drummonds..............................Marshall...12/15/80 J.D. Drummonds..............Western Michigan...12/27/80 J.D. Drummonds.........................Indiana, Pa......1/24/81 Lisa Ribble....................................Kent State.....12/1/84 Alexis Basil....................................Ohio State...12/19/86 Alexis Basil................................... Penn State....... 3/6/87 Jenny Hillen....................................Alabama...11/25/88 Jenny Hillen.........................................Akron...12/10/88 Jenny Hillen.....................Western Kentucky...12/18/88 Jenny Hillen................................. Penn State....... 1/3/89 Jenny Hillen...................................... Rutgers.....1/12/89 Jenny Hillen...........................Massachusetts.....1/21/89 Jenny Hillen..............................Rhode Island.....2/25/89 Jenny Hillen...................................... Virginia.....3/19/89 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................Pitt ..12/21/91 Lori Wilson........................... South Alabama....... 1/5/92 Rosemary Kosiorek................Massachusetts.....1/30/92 Rosemary Kosiorek....................... Duquesne....... 2/4/92 Donna Abbott........................Massachusetts.....2/13/92 Donna Abbott......................... Robert Morris.....2/22/92 Rosemary Kosiorek................. Robert Morris.....2/22/92 Talisha Hargis..................................... Miami.....1/24/98 Maria Tchobanova.................... Georgetown...12/12/98

12 Georgeann Wells......................Rhode Island...11/25/85 9 Georgeann Wells.............................Marshall...12/10/85 8 Georgeann Wells...................Massachusetts.....2/20/86 8 Georgeann Wells.................... Saint Joseph’s....... 3/1/86 8 Georgeann Wells.............................. Rutgers....... 3/7/86 7 Georgeann Wells................................. Drake.....12/6/85 7 Georgeann Wells.......................Illinois State.....12/7/85 7 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple.....2/10/86 6 Kate Bulger.....................................St. John’s....... 3/6/04 5 Kaye Leighton...............................Kent State.....12/7/83 5 Olivia Bradley..................................Marshall.....12/3/84 5 Georgeann Wells......................... Penn State...12/30/85 5 Georgeann Wells..........................Tennessee....... 1/4/86 5 Georgeann Wells...................Massachusetts.....1/11/86 5 Georgeann Wells.......................... Duquesne.....1/18/86 5 Georgeann Wells......................... Penn State.....1/23/86 5 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple....... 2/1/86 5 Georgeann Wells.................... Saint Joseph’s....... 2/3/86 5 Georgeann Wells.......................... Duquesne.....2/13/86 5 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple....... 3/6/86 5 Lori Wilson...........................St. Bonaventure....... 1/2/92 5 Lori Wilson...........................St. Bonaventure.....1/11/92 5 Lori Wilson......................................Arkansas.....1/26/92

30 POINT GAMES

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STEALS

8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

BLOCKED SHOTS

TRIPLE DOUBLES

23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks..............Georgeann Wells . .................................................Rhode Island - 11/25/85

THE RECORD BOOK

ASSISTS

18 Yolanda Paige.........................Northwestern...11/22/04 17 Yolanda Paige.............................. Longwood.....12/1/04 15 Rosemary Kosiorek....................... Duquesne.....2/29/92 14 Yolanda Paige.....................UNC Greensboro...11/19/04 14 Yolanda Paige...........................East Carolina...12/21/02 14 Yolanda Paige..................................Marshall.....1/11/05 14 Yolanda Paige..........................................Pitt ...... 3/5/05 13 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne.....12/4/04 13 Yolanda Paige..................................Syracuse.....1/26/05 12 J.D. Drummonds............................McMaster...12/29/80 12 Darya Kudryavtseva..........Western Carolina.....12/2/00 12 Yolanda Paige.................................Kentucky.....3/28/05

Maria Tchobanova.......................Providence....... 2/6/99 Sherell Sowho..........................Wright State.....12/4/03 Sherell Sowho.........................................Pitt ....1/31/04 Sherell Sowho........................Northwestern...11/22/04 Sherell Sowho.........................Wichita State...11/26/04

WVU

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

12 Donna Abbott...........................Rhode Island.....2/15/92 11 Olivia Bradley........................Massachusetts.....2/21/85 11 Anna Tillman.......................................Butler.....12/4/92 10 Olivia Bradley..........................Indiana State...11/23/84 10 Olivia Bradley......................................Xavier...12/29/84 10 Kim Brown.................................... Duquesne....... 2/6/88 9 Olivia Bradley...............................Tennessee.....1/12/85 9 Janell Dunlap............................Wright State.....12/4/03 9 Olayinka Sanni.................................Canisius ... 11/9/07 8 Kim Brown................................... Penn State.....1/30/88 8 Lisa Szymczak..................................... Miami....... 2/8/96 8 Olayinka Sanni................................ Oakland . 12/17/07 8 Takisha Granberry...................Northeastern ..11/18/08

6 6 6 6 6

SHERRELL SOWHO

MEDIA INFO

19 Olivia Bradley..................................Marshall...11/22/84 19 Olivia Bradley...............................Tennessee.....1/12/85 19 Georgeann Wells.....................................Pitt ....12/3/85

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MOUNTAINEERS

Single Season LEADERS 500-POINT SEASONS

COACHING STAFF PROFILES OUTLOOK

730 693 683 663 590 587 543 533 530 522 519 511 507 503 502

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990

TOTAL POINTS

THE BIG EAST OPPONENT INFO

730 693 683 663 590 587 543 533 530 522 519 511

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986

SCORING AVERAGE

2009-10 REVIEW

24.3 21.0 20.7 20.2 19.8 19.5 19.3 19.0 18.3 17.9

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Meg Bulger................................................. 2006 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997

MEDIA INFO

657 555 543 538

THE RECORD BOOK WVU

FIELD GOALS MADE

300 257 253 253 247 227 223 223 211 205

J.D. Drummonds........................................ 1981 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... 1992 Cathy Parson.............................................. 1981 Cathy Parson.............................................. 1982 Meg Bulger................................................ 2005 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Alexis Basil................................................. 1987 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... 1991 Georgeann Wells........................................ 1986 Cathy Parson.............................................. 1983

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

114

Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982

537 513 495 492 476 476

Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATT.)

.588 (227/386) Olayinka Sanni............................... 2008 .583 (162/278) Olayinka Sanni............................... 2006 .569 (95/167) Yelena Leuchanka............................ 2006 .569 (83/146) Susan Muth..................................... 1982 .558 (257/461) Rosemary Kosiorek........................ 1992 .556 (124/223) Donna Abbott................................ 1989 .553 (178-322) Olayinka Sanni............................... 2007 .534 (117/219) Dana Crone.................................... 1983 .531 (182/343) Ilse Opstaele.................................. 1997 .524 (88/168) Tracey Slogik.................................... 1987 .523 (81/155) Adrienne Beard................................ 1998

3-POINT FIELD GOALS 94 92 91 88 83 83 81 77 76 70

Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Meg Bulger................................................. 2008 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 267 247 234 222 209 208 197 196 189 187

LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Meg Bulger................................................. 2008

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.470 (77/164) Kate Bulger.....................................2003 .463 (31/67) Rosemary Kosiorek...........................1990 .449 (40/89) Rebecca Burbridge...........................1996 .447 (38/85) Jocelyn Branham..............................1991 .447 (88/197) Meg Bulger.....................................2005 .444 (83/187) Meg Bulger.....................................2008 .432 (63/146) Meg Bulger.....................................2006 .430 (52/121) Rebecca Burbridge.........................1999 .416 (57/137) Kate Bulger.....................................2001 .412 (54/131) Judy Eaton......................................1988

FREE THROWS MADE

190 160 154 147 139 133 128 125 123 122

Rosemary Kosiorek....................................1992 Talisha Hargis.............................................1997 Donna Abbott............................................1990 Talisha Hargis.............................................1996 Talisha Hargis.............................................1998 Donna Abbott............................................1991 Maria Tchobanova......................................1997 Jenny Hillen...............................................1988 Maria Tchobanova......................................1999 Asya Bussie................................................2010

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

230 221 212 208 200 190 185 184 168 165

Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... Talisha Hargis............................................ Donna Abbott........................................... Talisha Hargis............................................ Donna Abbott........................................... Olivia Bradley............................................ Maria Tchobanova..................................... Talisha Hargis............................................ Anna Tillman............................................. Olivia Bradley............................................

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.880 (66/75) Janell Dunlap.................................... .857 (72/84) Jenny Hillen...................................... .856 (83/97) Rebecca Burbridge........................... .849 (62/73) Lori Wilson........................................ .847 (94/111) Rebecca Burbridge......................... .843 (43/51) Meg Bulger....................................... .842 (48/57) Rebecca Burbridge........................... .838 (67/80) Jenny Hillen...................................... .835 (81/97) Meg Bulger....................................... .826 (190/230) Rosemary Kosiorek.......................

1992 1996 1990 1997 1991 1985 1997 1998 1993 1984

2004 1987 1999 1992 1997 2004 1998 1986 2005 1992

TOTAL REBOUNDS

458 386 358 348 324 296 284 282 279 268

Olivia Bradley............................................. 1985 Olivia Bradley............................................. 1984 Olivia Bradley............................................. 1983 Georgeann Wells........................................ 1986 Georgeann Wells........................................ 1985 Donna Abbott............................................ 1991 Lisa Szymczak............................................ 1994 Olivia Bradley............................................. 1982 Donna Abbott............................................ 1990 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

122 116 115 113 104 101 98 96 93 93

Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Lisa Morton................................................. 1978 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Sue Duessel................................................. 1978

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STEALS

114 105 103 98 95 94 94 93 89 85

Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997

STEALS PER GAME

5.6 4.2 3.9 3.7 3.6 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.3 3.2

Cindy (Sam) Booth.................................... Carol Mousseau......................................... Talisha Hargis............................................ Jenny Hillen.............................................. Jenny Hillen.............................................. Jean Mewshaw......................................... Alexis Basil................................................ Talisha Hargis............................................ Jean Mewshaw......................................... Donna Abbott...........................................

BLOCKED SHOTS

140 124 117 72

1975 1975 1996 1988 1989 1978 1987 1995 1976 1992

Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1984 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010

Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1988 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1987 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996

DISQUALIFICATIONS

11 11 10 9 9 9 8 7 7 7 7

Tracey Slogik............................................. Chakhia Cole............................................. Tracey Slogik............................................. Maria Tchobanova..................................... Maria Tchobanova..................................... Maria Tchobanova..................................... Lori Wilson................................................ Laurie Evans.............................................. Tracey Slogik............................................. Brandi Batch............................................. Meg Bulger...............................................

1988 2005 1987 1996 1997 1998 1989 1979 1990 1999 2005

MINUTES PLAYED

1,325 1,235 1,227 1,226 1,186 1,182 1,173 1,139 1,113 1,107

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2005 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010

MINUTES PER GAME

39.0 38.3 37.4 37.3 37.3 37.1 36.5 36.4 36.3 35.5

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Yolanda Paige............................................ 2005 Yolanda Paige............................................ 2004 Yolanda Paige............................................ 2002 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................. 2001 Kate Bulger............................................... 2002 Sherell Sowho........................................... 2005 Alexis Basil................................................ 1987 Georgeann Wells....................................... 1986 Meg Bulger............................................... 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF

Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009

PROFILES

GAMES STARTED

35 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 33 33 33

OUTLOOK

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2003 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1985 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Dionne Morris............................................. 1987

PERSONAL FOULS

118 116 112 112 109 107 105 104 104 104

Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Vanessa House............................................ 2010 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Natalie Burton............................................ 2010 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Akeema Richards........................................ 2010 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005

DOUBLE DOUBLES

22 21 20 18 17 15 15 14 14 12 12 12

Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009

20-POINT GAMES 24 18 16 15 15 14 14 11 11 11 10

Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... Cathy Parson............................................. Meg Bulger............................................... J.D. Drummonds........................................ Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... Lisa Szymczak........................................... Talisha Hargis............................................ Cathy Parson............................................. Cathy Parson............................................. Georgeann Wells....................................... Jenny Hillen..............................................

30-POINT GAMES 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1

1992 1981 2005 1981 1991 1994 1997 1982 1983 1986 1989

Meg Bulger............................................... 2005 J.D. Drummonds........................................ 1981 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... 1992 Cathy Parson............................................. 1982 Talisha Hargis............................................ 1997 Donna Abbott........................................... 1989 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... 1991 Lisa Szymczak........................................... 1994 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 by 19 different players

THE BIG EAST

ASSIST AVERAGE

8.7 7.9 7.1 6.8 6.2 6.1 5.9 5.9 5.8 5.5 5.5 5.5

TURNOVERS

166 Cindy Winegar........................................... 1978 157 Jean Mewshaw......................................... 1978 147 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009 145 Dionne Morris........................................... 1988 139 Dionne Morris........................................... 1986 126 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................. 2001 121 Cathy Parson............................................. 1981 119 Jenny Hillen.............................................. 1989 112 Dionne Morris........................................... 1987 111 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... 1991 111 Talisha Hargis............................................ 1997

GAMES PLAYED

35 35 35 35 35 35 34 34 34 34 34

OPPONENT INFO

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2003 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1985 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988

Georgeann Wells......................................... 1983 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1992 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Ramika McGee............................................ 2005

2009-10 REVIEW

ASSISTS

297 253 203 200 199 190 181 176 176 162

55 54 51 42 42 38

THE RECORD BOOK

1985 1984 1983 1976 1986 1978 1985 1994 1977 1991

WVU

Olivia Bradley............................................ Olivia Bradley............................................ Olivia Bradley............................................ Mary Hennen............................................ Georgeann Wells....................................... Mary Hennen............................................ Georgeann Wells....................................... Lisa Szymczak........................................... Mary Hennen............................................ Donna Abbott...........................................

MEDIA INFO

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

15.3 13.3 12.8 12.5 12.4 11.0 10.8 10.5 10.4 10.2

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M O U N TA I N E E R S

Freshman Season LEADERS POINTS

474 391 382 381 362 354 352 333 327 319

Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Cathy Parson............................................... 1980 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002

SCORING AVERAGE

16.9 14.5 14.2 13.6 13.6 12.9 12.7 11.9 11.5 11.4

Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Cathy Parson............................................... 1980 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1983 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002

FIELD GOALS MADE

164 150 149 148 139 130 124 123 122 121 121

Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Cathy Parson............................................... 1980 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Kim Houser................................................. 1984 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1986 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1996

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

403 393 352 343 321 316 302 296 278 277

Cathy Parson............................................... 1980 Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1986 Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Kim Houser................................................. 1984 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.556 (124/223) Donna Abbott................................ 1989 .545 (36/66) Jean Mewshaw.................................. 1975 .524 (88/168) Tracey Slogik.................................... 1987 .514 (109/212) Lori Wilson..................................... 1989 .504 (70/139) Natalie Burton................................. 2009 .500 (39/78) Kaye Leighton.................................... 1981 .492 (29/59) Ann Murray....................................... 1990 .475 (150/316) Alexis Basil.................................... 1984

.475 (121/255) Ilse Opstaele.................................. 1996 .473 (69/146) Christy Cooper................................. 1990

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 83 57 44 40 31 30 23 14 12 12

Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1996 Meg Bulger................................................. 2004 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Val Zona...................................................... 1999 Amanda Baker............................................ 1994 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 1997 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 222 137 126 125 89 77 73 56 48 43

Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1996 Meg Bulger................................................. 2004 Val Zona...................................................... 1999 Amanda Baker............................................ 1994 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2005 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 1997

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.449 (40/89) Rebecca Burbridge............................ 1996 .416 (57/137) Kate Bulger...................................... 2001 .403 (31/77) Meg Bulger.......................................... 2004 .374 (83/222) Christie Lambert................................ 1995 .352 (44/125) Rosemary Kosiorek............................ 1989 .315 (23/73) Val Zona............................................. 1999 .250 (14/56) Amanda Baker................................... 1994 .238 (30/126) Talisha Hargis................................... 1995

FREE THROWS MADE

122 103 92 81 79 76 72 67 66 64

Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Pat Hovorka................................................ 1979 Amanda Hayes............................................ 1993 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1986 Cathy Parson............................................... 1980 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

217 163 137 133 117 110

Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Pat Hovorka................................................ 1979 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989

103 103 91 88

Amanda Hayes............................................ 1993 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Cathy Parson............................................... 1980 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.843 (43/51) Meg Bulger........................................ 2004 .838 (67/80) Jenny Hillen....................................... 1986 .818 (63/77) Christie Lambert................................ 1995 .750 (63/84) Brandi Batch...................................... 1999 .750 (51/68) Lisa Ribble......................................... 1982 .746 (50/67) Tracey Slogik...................................... 1987 .727 (64/88) Rosemary Kosiorek............................ 1989 .725 (66/91) Cathy Parson...................................... 1980 .720 (36/50) Kate Bulger........................................ 2001 .718 (79/110) Donna Abbott.................................. 1989

REBOUNDS

282 248 244 210 194 182 177 176 174 174

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Betsy Shaw................................................. 1980 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1989 Lisa Morton................................................. 1977 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1983

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

125 104 91 90 75 72 67 55 51 47

Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Natalie Burton............................................ 2009 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2005 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1989 Zsofia Horvath............................................ 2001 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1996 Amanda Hayes............................................ 1993

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

12.8 9.4 8.3 7.6 7.6 7.3 7.2 7.0 6.7 6.3 6.3

Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1983 Leslie Sergy................................................. 1974 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Betsy Shaw................................................. 1980 Jenni Kurucz................................................ 1986 Lisa Morton................................................. 1977 Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Zsofia Horvath............................................ 2001

ASSISTS

190 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 153 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 124 Ashley Powell............................................. 2006

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STEALS PER GAME

3.4 3.3 2.7 2.1 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.9 1.8 1.7

Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996 Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Ashley Powell............................................. 2006 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1986 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Cathy Parson............................................... 1980

BLOCKED SHOTS

72 55 42 31 28 26 24 23 20 20

Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1983 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1987 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1989 Brandi Batch............................................... 1999 Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Marianne Sullivan....................................... 1987 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2005

TURNOVERS

139 110 109 109 107 105 104 101 96 96

Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Kim Houser................................................. 1984 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Ashley Powell............................................. 2006 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1986 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996

Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Natalie Burton............................................ 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1986

MINUTES PER GAME

37.4 34.6 32.9 32.7 32.3 31.8 31.0 30.9 30.7 29.5

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Jenni Kurucz................................................ 1986 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1986 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010

GAMES PLAYED

35 34 34 33 33 33 32 32 31 31 31 31

Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Akeema Richards........................................ 2010 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Cindy Triplett............................................... 1981 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2005 Natalie Burton............................................ 2009 Liz Repella.................................................. 2008 Dominique Dixon........................................ 2009 Janet Hoffman............................................ 1982 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1982 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Ashley Powell............................................. 2006

GAMES STARTED

35 34 31

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Natalie Burton............................................ 2009

20-POINT GAMES 7 6 5 5 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Cathy Parson............................................... 1980 Olivia Bradley................................................ 198 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1996 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1996 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1977 Kim Houser................................................. 1984 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1989 Christy Cooper............................................. 1990 Amanda Hayes............................................ 1993 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1993 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996 Brandi Batch............................................... 1999 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Meg Bulger................................................. 2004 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2005

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF PROFILES

Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1983 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996 Lisa Morton................................................. 1977 Betsy Shaw................................................. 1980 Cindy Triplett............................................... 1981 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1989 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1977 Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Amanda Hayes............................................ 1993 Christie Lambert......................................... 1995 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Meg Bulger................................................. 2004 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Kaye Leighton............................................. 1981 Kim Brown.................................................. 1985 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1986 Jodie Runner............................................... 1990 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1993 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1996 Brandi Batch............................................... 1999 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2005 Natalie Burton............................................ 2009

OUTLOOK

MINUTES PLAYED

1,099 1,046 1,033 986 949 948 933 920 896 889

DOUBLE DOUBLES

12 9 9 6 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

THE BIG EAST

Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996 Ashley Powell............................................. 2006 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1986 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010

Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1987 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1989 Laurie Evans................................................ 1979 Brandi Batch............................................... 1999 Marianne Sullivan....................................... 1987 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Betsy Shaw................................................. 1980 Meg Bulger................................................. 2004

Ashley Powell............................................. 2006 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1986 Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996

OPPONENT INFO

STEALS

94 74 66 63 62 58 55 55 54 48

DISQUALIFICATIONS

11 10 9 8 7 7 6 6 5 5

30 29 28 28 27 27 25

2009-10 REVIEW

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2002 Ashley Powell............................................. 2006 Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Christie Ammons........................................ 1994 Kim Houser................................................. 1984 Alia Clark..................................................... 2000 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1986

Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1987 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1996 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1989 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1982 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1989 Marianne Sullivan....................................... 1987 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2005

THE RECORD BOOK

ASSIST AVERAGE

6.1 5.5 4.0 3.9 3.9 3.8 3.5 3.3 3.0 2.8

PERSONAL FOULS

116 104 104 101 93 92 89 89 88 87

WVU

Dionne Morris............................................. 1986 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1984 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Kim Houser................................................. 1984 Christie Ammons........................................ 1994 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1982 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1986

30-POINT GAMES 2 1 1 1

Donna Abbott............................................. 1989 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1976 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995 Christie Lambert......................................... 1995

MEDIA INFO

114 111 110 95 94 83 81

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118

M O U N TA I N E E R S

Sophomore Season LEADERS POINTS

683 663 543 522 502 471 440 432 410 402

Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009

SCORING AVERAGE

20.7 19.5 19.3 17.4 17.3 16.5 16.3 15.4 15.2 15.1

Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Christie Lambert......................................... 1996 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990

FIELD GOALS MADE

292 247 195 190 182 174 168 164 162 154

Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

657 537 492 406 398 386 381 371 347 343

Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.583 (162/278) Olayinka Sanni............................... 2006 .557 (39/70) Kaye Leighton.................................... 1982 .533 (40/75) Natalie Burton................................... 2010 .531 (182/343) Ilse Opstaele.................................. 1997 .514 (147/286) Rosemary Kosiorek........................ 1990 .508 (33/65) Latitia Williams.................................. 2004 .505 (195/386) Lisa Szymczak ............................... 1994 .493 (34/69) Suzanne Sartor.................................. 1995 .492 (129/262) Chakhia Cole.................................. 2006 .490 (25/51) Zsofia Horvath................................... 2002

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 88 76 66 53

Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Sparkle Davis.............................................. 2007

50 47 42 39 36 32

Christie Lambert......................................... 1997 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2006 Val Zona...................................................... 2000 Alia Clark..................................................... 2001 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1997 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 197 196 189 161 154 138 128 127 116 115 87

Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Sparkle Davis.............................................. 2007 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2006 Val Zona...................................................... 2000 Alia Clark..................................................... 2001 Christie Lambert......................................... 1997 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1997 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 1998

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.463 (31/67) Rosemary Kosiorek............................ 1990 .447 (88/197) Meg Bulger...................................... 2005 .402 (76/189) Kate Bulger...................................... 2002 .394 (50/127) Christie Lambert.............................. 1997 .364 (20/55) Lisa Szymczak.................................... 1994 .337 (66/196) Liz Repella....................................... 2009 .329 (51/161) Sparkle Davis................................... 2007 .310 (36/116) Rebecca Burbridge.......................... 1997 .305 (39/128) Alia Clark......................................... 2001 .305 (47/154) LaQuita Owens................................ 2006

FREE THROWS MADE

154 147 128 112 99 97 97 94 92 88

Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1997 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Amanda Hayes............................................ 1994

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

221 212 185 151 151 142 142 139 136 129

Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Pat Hovorka................................................ 1980 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.857 (72/84) Jenny Hillen ...................................... 1987 .847 (94/111) Rebecca Burbridge . ........................ 1997 .835 (81/97) Meg Bulger ....................................... 2005 .810 (51/63) Lori Wilson ........................................ 1990

.789 (112/142) Lisa Szymczak ............................... 1994 .772 (71/92) Val Zona ............................................ 2000 .753 (58/77) Tracey Slogik ..................................... 1988 .744 (67/90) Rosemary Kosiorek ........................... 1990 .741 (63/85) Yolanda Paige ................................... 2003 .740 (37/50) Lori Quertinmont.............................. 1991

REBOUNDS

358 284 279 268 231 229 224 223 221 201

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Pat Hovorka................................................ 1980 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1984 Lisa Morton................................................. 1978 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006 Susan Muth................................................. 1981

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

116 98 93 89 83 81 78 76 73 61

Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Lisa Morton................................................. 1978 Sue Duessel................................................. 1978 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Brandi Batch............................................... 2000 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Ann Murray................................................. 1991 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

12.8 10.5 9.6 8.6 8.5 8.4 8.1 8.0 7.4 7.2 7.2

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Lisa Morton................................................. 1978 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1984 Leslie Sergy................................................. 1975 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Pat Hovorka................................................ 1980 Amanda Hayes............................................ 1994 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Dionne Morris............................................. 1987

ASSISTS

199 144 143 124 121 119 116 115 114 109

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2003 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Dionne Morris............................................. 1987 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985 Christie Ammons........................................ 1995 Ashley Powell............................................. 2007 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1978 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1987 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 1998

ASSIST AVERAGE

7.1 5.5 5.5 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.1 3.9 3.5

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2003 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Dionne Morris............................................. 1987 Christie Ammons........................................ 1995 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1978 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1987 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 1998 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSIT Y


TURNOVERS

166 121 112 109 109 106 104 102 101 100 100

Cindy Winegar............................................ 1978 Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Dionne Morris............................................. 1987 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Alia Clark..................................................... 2001 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997

PERSONAL FOULS

118 112 107 105 104 94 91 90 89 88

Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1988 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Pat Hovorka................................................ 1980 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009

DISQUALIFICATIONS

11 9 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

Tracey Slogik............................................... 1988 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1984 Marianne Sullivan....................................... 1988 Brandi Batch............................................... 2000 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009

Natalie Burton............................................ 2010 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Susan Muth................................................. 1981 Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Sparkle Davis.............................................. 2007 Ashley Powell............................................. 2007 Cindy Triplett............................................... 1982 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997 Kate Glusko................................................. 2005 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2006

GAMES STARTED

34 33 33 31 30 29 28 28 28 28

Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Brandi Batch............................................... 2000 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002 Sparkle Davis.............................................. 2007

DOUBLE DOUBLES

18 15 14 12 8 6 6 6 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Lisa Morton................................................. 1978 Pat Hovorka................................................ 1980 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1984 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Brandi Batch............................................... 2000 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1976 Susan Muth................................................. 1981 Dionne Morris............................................. 1987 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006 Leslie Sergy................................................. 1975 Sue Duessel................................................. 1978 Marianne Sullivan....................................... 1988 Amanda Hayes............................................ 1994 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Cindy (Sam) Booth...................................... 1975 Laurie Evans................................................ 1980

Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Amanda Hayes............................................ 1994 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002 Christie Lambert......................................... 1997 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1987 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1997 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006 Lisa Morton................................................. 1978 Pat Hovorka................................................ 1980 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1984 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1987 Christie Lambert......................................... 1996 Brandi Batch............................................... 2000 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2006 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Becky Franklin............................................ 1977 Susan Muth................................................. 1981 Janet Hoffman............................................ 1983 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1988 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1990 Lori Quertinmont........................................ 1991 Christie Ammons........................................ 1995 Christin Annie............................................. 1998 Val Zona...................................................... 2000 Alia Clark..................................................... 2001 Latitia Williams........................................... 2004 Sparkle Davis.............................................. 2007

30-POINT GAMES 5 2 1 1 1 1 1

Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009

500-POINT SEASONS 683 663 543 522 502

Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1994 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF PROFILES

18 16 14 9 9 8 8 6 6 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

OUTLOOK

GAMES PLAYED

35 34 33 33 33 33 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31

20-POINT GAMES

THE BIG EAST

Georgeann Wells......................................... 1984 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1983 Susan Muth................................................. 1981 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1988 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1990 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997 Laurie Evans................................................ 1980 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006

Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1987 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2003 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Dionne Morris............................................. 1987

Cathy Parson............................................... 1981 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Christie Lambert......................................... 1997 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2003 Liz Holbrook................................................ 2003 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2006 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Kaye Leighton............................................. 1982 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1988 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1990 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Ann Murray................................................. 1991 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1997 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997 Alia Clark..................................................... 2001 Latitia Williams........................................... 2004

OPPONENT INFO

BLOCKED SHOTS

117 42 30 27 26 21 20 20 19 19 19

MINUTES PER GAME

37.3 36.3 35.5 34.6 34.5 34.3 34.3 34.2 33.4 33.4 33.1

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2009-10 REVIEW

Cindy (Sam) Booth...................................... 1975 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1976 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1987 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1978 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Sara Roberts............................................... 1975

Meg Bulger................................................. 2005 Liz Repella.................................................. 2009 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2006 Kate Bulger................................................. 2002 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1987 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1997 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2003 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990

THE RECORD BOOK

STEALS PER GAME

5.6 3.9 3.3 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

MINUTES PLAYED

1,235 1,173 1,139 1,062 1,043 959 959 958 935 934

WVU

Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1996 Donna Abbott............................................. 1990 Cindy (Sam) Booth...................................... 1975 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1997 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1985 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1987 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1978 Sarah Miles................................................. 2009 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1990 Meg Bulger................................................. 2005

MEDIA INFO

STEALS

105 80 78 78 76 75 70 70 66 65

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MOUNTAINEERS

Junior Season LEADERS POINTS

COACHING STAFF PROFILES

592 587 519 487 467 459 449 445 443 432

Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007

SCORING AVERAGE

OUTLOOK

20.2 19.8 19.1 17.9 16.1 15.8 15.8 14.8 14.7 14.5

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Meg Bulger................................................. 2006 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1978 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1988

THE BIG EAST

FIELD GOALS MADE

OPPONENT INFO

253 223 201 182 178 178 170 167 165 163

Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1988 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

2009-10 REVIEW

543 538 476 455 419 416 391 384 358 356

J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1988 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984

THE RECORD BOOK

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

WVU

.568 (83/146) Susan Muth..................................... 1982 .556 (35/63) Yelena Leuchanka ............................. 2005 .553 (178/322) Olayinka Sanni . ............................ 2007 .545 (48/88) Lisa Szymczak ................................... 1995 .542 (52/96) Ann Murray . ..................................... 1992 .505 (56/111) Lateefah Joye ................................. 2007 .502 (112/223) Mary Hennen............................... 1978 .496 (58/117) Lisa Ciak ......................................... 1988 .495 (163/329) Donna Abbott.............................. 1991 .486 (170/350) Talisha Hargis ............................... 1997

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE MEDIA INFO

120

91 77 70 63 54

LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Meg Bulger................................................. 2006 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1988

51 40 44 38 38

Christie Lambert......................................... 1998 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1998 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Vanessa House............................................ 2010 Jocelyn Branham........................................ 1991

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 267 209 167 164 146 135 131 117 115 107

LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Christie Lambert......................................... 1998 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 Meg Bulger................................................. 2006 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1988 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1998 Vanessa House............................................ 2010 Sparkle Davis.............................................. 2008

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.470 (77/164) Kate Bulger .................................... 2003 .447 (38/85) Jocelyn Branham ............................. 1991 .432 (63/146) Meg Bulger .................................... 2006 .412 (54/131) Judy Eaton ..................................... 1988 .395 (30/76) Shannon Monahan.......................... 1993 .386 (22/57) Christie Ammons ............................. 1996 .342 (40/117) Rebecca Burbridge ......................... 1998 .341 (91/267) LaQuita Owens . ............................. 2007 .335 (70/209) Liz Repella ...................................... 2010 .333 (31/93) Sherell Sowho.................................. 2003

FREE THROWS MADE

160 133 125 111 97 93 88 88 86 81

Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

208 200 165 158 153 143 138 123 116 113

Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.842 (48/57)............................ Rebecca Burbridge 1998 .825 (47/57)....................................... Meg Bulger 2006 .817 (49/60)............................ Shannon Monahan 1993 .812 (69/85).......................... Britney Davis-White 2006 .810 (68/84)..................................... Brandi Batch 2001 .804 (111/138)........................ Rosemary Kosiorek 1991 .791 (125/158).................................. Jenny Hillen 1988 .788 (67/85) ................................. Jean Mewshaw 1978

.779 (88/113)................................... Chakhia Cole 2007 .774 (41/53) ....................................Mary Hennen 1978 .769 (160/208) ................................Talisha Hargis 1997 .759 (88/116) ................................. Yolanda Paige 2004

REBOUNDS

386 324 296 259 246 241 238 228 214 205

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1977 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

113 101 93 84 79 79 76 67 65 62

Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1978 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Christy Cooper............................................. 1993 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Michelle Carter........................................... 2003 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Eartha White............................................... 2002

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

13.3 11.0 10.8 10.4 10.2 8.8 8.6 8.1 8.0 7.4

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1978 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1977 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Christy Cooper............................................. 1993 Yelena Leuchanka....................................... 2004 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010

ASSISTS

253 200 181 162 142 133 126 112 111 109 109

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Ashley Powell............................................. 2008 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 1999 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1984 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1979 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Christie Ammons........................................ 1996 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007

ASSIST AVERAGE

7.9 6.2 5.8 5.7 4.9 4.5 4.3 4.3 4.0 3.8

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 1999 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1979 Ashley Powell............................................. 2008 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1984 Christie Ammons........................................ 1996 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSIT Y


Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1991 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Lisa Ciak...................................................... 1988 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Susan Muth................................................. 1982 Brandi Batch............................................... 2001

TURNOVERS

157 145 111 111 108 107 106 104 102 101 101

Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Christie Ammons........................................ 1996 Brandi Batch............................................... 2001 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007

PERSONAL FOULS

112 102 101 99 95 93 92 91 90 89 88 86

Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1998 Brandi Batch............................................... 2001 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Eartha White............................................... 2002 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Michelle Carter........................................... 2003

DISQUALIFICATIONS

9 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1998 Brandi Batch............................................... 2001 Eartha White............................................... 2002 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007

Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Vanessa House............................................ 2010 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Ashley Powell............................................. 2008 Sparkle Davis.............................................. 2008 Alex Sanabria.............................................. 2009 Kathy Ball................................................... 1981 Laurie Evans................................................ 1981 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007

GAMES STARTED

35 34 34 34 32 32 32 32 32 30

Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Ashley Powell............................................. 2008 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Britney Davis-White.................................... 2006

DOUBLE DOUBLES

21 17 15 12 10 9 8 7 6 6 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

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Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1977 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1978 Christy Cooper............................................. 1993 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Michelle Carter........................................... 2003 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1998 Madina Ali.................................................. 2010 Carol Mousseau........................................... 1976 Leslie Sergy................................................. 1976 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1989

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1988 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1984 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1977 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1978 Christy Cooper............................................. 1993 Christie Lambert......................................... 1998 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2003 Dee Davis.................................................... 1985 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1998 Brandi Batch............................................... 2001 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Britney Davis-White.................................... 2006 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Pam Harper................................................. 1976 Linda Findo................................................. 1978 Kathy Ball................................................... 1981 Dora Post.................................................... 1984 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1986 Shannon Monahan..................................... 1993 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1995 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1998 Eartha White............................................... 2002 Michelle Carter........................................... 2003 Sparkle Davis.............................................. 2008

30-POINT GAMES 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1

Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1985 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Christie Lambert......................................... 1998 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004

500-POINT SEASONS

592 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 587 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 519 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF PROFILES

15 14 11 9 7 7 7 7 6 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

OUTLOOK

124 51 37 35 30 29 29 25 24 24

GAMES PLAYED

35 35 35 35 34 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32

20-POINT GAMES

THE BIG EAST

BLOCKED SHOTS

Brandi Batch............................................... 2001 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Pam Harper................................................. 1976 Becky Franklin............................................ 1978 Carla Cyr...................................................... 1979 Laurie Evans................................................ 1981 Susan Muth................................................. 1982 Cathy Parson............................................... 1982 Kaye Leighton............................................. 1983 Marva Wells................................................ 1984 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1984 Janet Hoffman............................................ 1984 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Ann Murray................................................. 1992 Shannon Monahan..................................... 1993 Chris McGuire.............................................. 1994 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1995 Adrienne Beard........................................... 1997 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 1999 Eartha White............................................... 2002 Yelena Leuchanka....................................... 2005

OPPONENT INFO

Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Carol Mousseau........................................... 1976 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1978 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Christy Cooper............................................. 1993 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1998 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991

Minutes Per Game 38.3 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 35.4 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 35.0 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 34.8 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 34.5 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 34.5 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 34.4 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 34.4 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1988 34.1 Meg Bulger................................................. 2006 33.8 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 32.5 Christie Ammons........................................ 1996

2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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3.7 3.4 3.2 2.9 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2004 Liz Repella.................................................. 2010 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Korinne Campbell....................................... 2010 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2007 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Kate Bulger................................................. 2003 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1988

THE RECORD BOOK

STEALS PER GAME

MINUTES PLAYED

1,227 1,226 1,182 1,107 1,104 1,032 992 980 966 962 962

WVU

Jenny Hillen................................................ 1988 Sarah Miles................................................. 2010 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1978 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1997 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1991 Donna Abbott............................................. 1991 Dionne Morris............................................. 1988 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1998 Carol Mousseau........................................... 1976 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2007 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2007

MEDIA INFO

STEALS

103 95 89 85 78 69 68 67 61 61 55 55

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M O U N TA I N E E R S

Senior Season LEADERS POINTS

730 693 533 530 511 507 503 478 467 435

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008

SCORING AVERAGE

24.3 21.0 18.3 17.3 16.5 16.2 16.1 15.8 14.6 14.6

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1998 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004

FIELD GOALS MADE

300 257 227 223 211 205 195 186 170 167

J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1989

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

639 513 495 476 463 461 451 428 402 386

J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1989 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.588 (227/386)Olayinka Sanni . ............................. 2008 .569 (95/167) Yelena Leuchanka ........................... 2006 .557 (257/461) Rosemary Kosiorek ....................... 1992 .534 (117/219) Dana Crone ................................... 1983 .523 (81/155) Adrienne Beard . ............................. 1998 .516 (131/254) Donna Abbott ............................... 1992 .514 (74/144) Janell Dunlap . ................................ 2004 .513 (118/230) Mary Hennen ................................ 1979 .511 (45/88) Eartha White . ................................... 2003 .507 (142/280) Lisa Szymczak ............................... 1996

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 94 92 83 81

Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 Meg Bulger................................................. 2008 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008

67 65 61 57 55 53

Sherell Sowho............................................. 2005 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1989 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000 Christie Lambert......................................... 1999

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 247 234 208 187 180 172 171 159 153 141

Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008 Meg Bulger................................................. 2008 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1989 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2005 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000 Christie Lambert......................................... 1999 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.444 (83/187) Meg Bulger .................................... 2008 .430 (52/121) Rebecca Burbridge . ........................ 1999 .404 (57/141) Darya Kudryavtseva ........................ 2001 .393 (92/234) Kate Bulger ..................................... 2004 .392 (67/171) Sherell Sowho . ............................... 2005 .389 (81/208) LaQuita Owens . .............................. 2008 .381 (94/247) Takisha Granberry ........................... 2009 .371 (26/70) Rosemary Kosiorek ........................... 1992 .366 (45/123) Jocelyn Branham ............................ 1992 .361 (65/180) Judy Eaton ...................................... 1989

FREE THROWS MADE

190 139 123 120 117 110 106 102 93 93

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1998 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Anna Tillman............................................... 1993 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Brandi Batch............................................... 2002 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

230 190 184 168 164 157 150 141 135 135

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1998 Anna Tillman............................................... 1993 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Brandi Batch............................................... 2002 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 ATT.)

.880 (66/75) Janell Dunlap . .................................. 2004 .856 (83/97) Rebecca Burbridge . .......................... 1999 .849 (62/73) Lori Wilson ........................................ 1992 .826 (190/230) Rosemary Kosiorek ....................... 1992 .823 (93/113) Darya Kudryavtseva ........................ 2001 .798 (67/84) Mandy Ronay . .................................. 2000 .797 (51/64) Tracey Slogik ..................................... 1990

.780 (117/150) Jenny Hillen .................................. 1989 .770 (47/61) Yelena Leuchanka ............................. 2006 .761 (83/109) Yolanda Paige ................................. 2005

REBOUNDS

458 348 263 234 229 214 210 210 206 196

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1979 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2008

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

115 96 83 82 82 76 71 70 69 69

Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Anna Tillman............................................... 1993 Janell Dunlap.............................................. 2004 Brandi Batch............................................... 2002 Selese Neal................................................. 1994 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1996 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

15.3 12.4 10.1 8.8 7.9 7.1 6.9 6.9 6.6 6.5

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1979 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Anna Tillman............................................... 1993 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 Carol Mousseau........................................... 1977

ASSISTS

297 203 176 176 160 136 132 129 129 125

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1985 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1980 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000

ASSIST AVERAGE

8.7 6.8 5.9 5.5 5.0 4.9 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.1

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Lisa Ribble.................................................. 1985 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1980 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989

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TURNOVERS

147 126 119 106 104 103 101 100 97 97

Ashley Powell............................................. 2009 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005

PERSONAL FOULS

109 103 98 97 95 95 92 92 91 89

Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2008 Janell Dunlap.............................................. 2004 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Michelle Carter........................................... 2004 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 Brandi Batch............................................... 2002 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1990 Anna Tillman............................................... 1993

DISQUALIFICATIONS

7 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

Tracey Slogik............................................... 1990 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Anna Tillman............................................... 1993 Becky (Winovich) Crytser............................ 1988 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1992 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1998 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 Carol Mousseau........................................... 1977 Leslie Sergy................................................. 1977 Cindy Winegar............................................ 1980 Kaye Leighton............................................. 1984 Adrienne Beard........................................... 1998 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2008 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Janell Dunlap.............................................. 2004 Michelle Carter........................................... 2004 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2005 Ramika McGee............................................ 2005 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009

GAMES STARTED

34 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 31

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2008 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Takisha Granberry ...................................... 2009 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Janell Dunlap.............................................. 2004 Michelle Carter........................................... 2004 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008

DOUBLE DOUBLES

22 20 14 10 8 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Anna Tillman............................................... 1993 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1996 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Carol Mousseau........................................... 1977 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1979 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 Brandi Batch............................................... 2002 Yelena Leuchanka....................................... 2006 Leslie Sergy................................................. 1977 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2008 Jean Mewshaw........................................... 1979 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Susan Muth................................................. 1983 Janet Hoffman............................................ 1985

30-POINT GAMES 4 4 2 1 1 1 1

J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1996 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1998 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1999

500-POINT SEASONS 730 693 533 530 511 507 503

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF PROFILES

Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Cathy Parson............................................... 1983 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Olayinka Sanni............................................ 2008 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1999 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1998 Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Judy Eaton.................................................. 1989 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2005 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1996 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 Meg Bulger................................................. 2008 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Anna Tillman............................................... 1993 Lori Quertinmont........................................ 1993 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 Mary Hennen.............................................. 1979 Christin Annie............................................. 2000 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000 Carol Mousseau........................................... 1977 Janet Hoffman............................................ 1985 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 Jodie Runner............................................... 1993 Adrienne Beard........................................... 1998 Christie Lambert......................................... 1999 Yelena Leuchanka....................................... 2006 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2008

OUTLOOK

GAMES PLAYED

34 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

24 15 11 11 11 10 10 9 9 8 7 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

THE BIG EAST

Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Lori Wilson.................................................. 1992 Ramika McGee............................................ 2005 Olivia Bradley.............................................. 1985 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2005 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Yelena Leuchanka....................................... 2006 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1990 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2008 Ilse Opstaele............................................... 1999

20-POINT GAMES

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2005 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Georgeann Wells......................................... 1986 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004

OPPONENT INFO

BLOCKED SHOTS

140 54 38 37 36 34 34 31 31 28 28

MINUTES PER GAME

39.0 37.3 37.1 36.5 36.4 34.5 34.2 34.1 33.7 33.3

Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Kim Brown.................................................. 1988 Tracey Slogik............................................... 1990 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1999 Mandy Ronay.............................................. 2000 Marlo Thomas............................................. 2001 Eartha White............................................... 2003 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Michelle Carter........................................... 2004 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2008 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009

2009-10 REVIEW

Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1998 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Yolanda Paige............................................. 2005 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2005 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2008 Kate Bulger................................................. 2004 Ashley Powell............................................. 2009 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992

THE RECORD BOOK

STEALS PER GAME

3.6 3.4 3.2 3.1 3.1 2.5 2.3 2.2 2.2 1.9

MINUTES PLAYED

1,325 1,186 1,113 1,104 1,075 1,066 1,061 1,059 1,055 1,025

WVU

Jenny Hillen................................................ 1989 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1981 Alexis Basil.................................................. 1987 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... 1992 Donna Abbott............................................. 1992 Dionne Morris............................................. 1989 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1998 Darya Kudryavtseva.................................... 2001 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2004 Maria Tchobanova....................................... 1999

MEDIA INFO

STEALS

114 103 98 94 84 71 71 63 62 59

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MOUNTAINEERS

Career LEADERS

COACHING STAFF

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

PROFILES

724 708 677 607 551 443 434 360 347 326

OUTLOOK

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATT.)

LIZ REPELLA THE BIG EAST OPPONENT INFO 2009-10 REVIEW THE RECORD BOOK WVU MEDIA INFO

124

Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Christie Lambert....................................1995-99 LaQuita Owens.......................................2005-08 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Rebecca Burbridge.................................1996-99 Liz Repella.............................................2008-10 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Mandy Ronay.....................................1997-2000 Judy Eaton.............................................1986-89

TOTAL POINTS

2,115 2,061 1,751 1,733 1,665 1,656 1,602 1,534 1,504 1,491 1,484 1,429

Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87

SCORING AVERAGE

18.7 17.8 17.5 15.6 15.4 15.3 15.1 14.0 13.2 13.1

J.D. Drummonds....................................1980-81 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Mary Hennen.........................................1976-79 Olivia Bradlye.........................................1982-85

FIELD GOALS MADE

898 749 663 648 629 628 599 592 583 568

Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Judy Eaton.............................................1986-89 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

2,061 1,577 1,500 1,481 1,471 1,453 1,345 1,286 1,277 1,262

Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Judy Eaton.............................................1986-89 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATT.)

.557 (663/1191) Olayinka Sanni...................... 2005-08 .520 (106/204) Adrienne Beard..................... 1997-98 .503 (592/1177) Donna Abbott....................... 1989-92 .499 (749/1500) Rosemary Kosiorek............... 1989-92 .489 (222/454) Susan Muth.......................... 1980-83 .487 (429/880) Lisa Szymczak....................... 1993-96 .486 (214/440) Michelle Carter..................... 2003-04 .484 (179/370) Ann Murray.......................... 1990-93 .483 (70/145) Latitia Williams..................... 2003-04 .480 (192/400) Kaye Leighton....................... 1981-84 .480 (108/225) Eartha White........................ 2002-03

3-POINT FIELD GOALS 302 265 256 229 191 168 147 131 121 107

Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Meg Bulger .................................2004-06, 2008 Christie Lambert....................................1995-99 LaQuita Owens.......................................2005-08 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Rebecca Burbridge.................................1996-99 Liz Repella.............................................2008-10 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Judy Eaton.............................................1986-89 Mandy Ronay.....................................1997-2000

.437 (265/607)Meg Bulger......................2004-06, 2008 .417 (302/724)Kate Bulger...............................2001-04 .404 (57/141)Darya Kudryavtseva.....................2000-01 .383 (119/311)Judy Eaton.................................1986-89 .366 (45/123) Jocelyn Branham........................1989-92 .362 (128/354) Rebecca Burbridge....................1996-99 .354 (237/669) Christie Lambert.......................1995-99 .352 (44/125) Rosemary Kosiorek.....................1989-92 .349 (160/458) Sherell Sowho..........................2002-05 .346 (55/159) Mandy Ronay.........................1997-2000

FREE THROWS

538 472 432 412 381 378 319 315 304 283

Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Brandi Batch......................................1999-2002

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

750 669 663 546 543 481 472 456 439 427

Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATT.)

.831 (202/243) .830 (259/312) .824 (103/125) .807 (381/472)

Meg Bulger.................2004-06, 2008 Rebecca Burbridge................1996-99 Darya Kudryavtseva..............2000-01 Jenny Hillen..........................1986-89

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REBOUNDING AVERAGE

436 172 137 105 95 94 93 83 80 72

12.7 10.6 10.1 9.4 7.1 7.0 6.8 6.7 6.7 6.7

Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Brandi Batch......................................1999-2002 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Mary Hennen.........................................1976-79 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Lisa Szymczak........................................1993-96 Lori Wilson.............................................1989-92 Ann Murray............................................1990-93

Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Mary Hennen.........................................1976-79 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Pat Hovorka...........................................1979-80 Jean Mewshaw...........................1975-76, 78-79 Leslie Sergy............................................1974-77 Lisa Morton............................................1977-79 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08

BLOCKED SHOTS

Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Lori Wilson.............................................1989-92 Tracey Slogik..........................................1987-90 Brandi Batch......................................1999-2002 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Asya Bussie................................................. 2010

Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Tracey Slogik..........................................1987-90 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Brandi Batch......................................1999-2002 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Lori Wilson.............................................1989-92 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008

MOUNTAINEERS WVU

Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 J.D. Drummonds....................................1980-81 Ashley Powell........................................2006-09 Lisa Ribble.............................................1982-85 Ashley Powell........................................2006-08 Mandy Ronay.....................................1997-2000 Cindy Winegar.......................................1977-80 Christie Ammons...................................1994-97

DISQUALIFICATIONS

32 31 22 21 20 19 16 14 14 13

THE RECORD BOOK

Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Ashley Powell........................................2006-09 Lisa Ribble.............................................1982-85 Mandy Ronay.....................................1997-2000 Christie Ammons...................................1994-97 Cindy Winegar.......................................1977-80 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87

ASSIST AVERAGE

7.4 6.2 4.8 4.4 4.3 4.1 4.0 3.9 3.9 3.9

Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Tracey Slogik..........................................1987-90 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Brandi Batch......................................1999-2002 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Lori Wilson.............................................1989-92 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92

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ASSISTS

902 718 551 550 483 440 437 415 410 400

PERSONAL FOULS

415 404 383 380 367 361 360 327 324 306 305

COACHING STAFF

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

400 364 273 244 234 209 204 194 193 188

Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 J.D. Drummonds....................................1980-81 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87 Cindy (Sam) Booth.................................1974-77 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Carol Mousseau......................................1975-77

Ashley Powell........................................2006-09 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Chakhia Cole .........................................2005-08 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Mandy Ronay.....................................1997-2000

PROFILES

STEALS PER GAME

3.2 3.0 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.2 2.2

TURNOVERS

550 499 422 416 400 383 362 360 358 348 348

OUTLOOK

Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Mary Hennen.........................................1976-79 Chahkia Cole..........................................2005-08 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Lori Wilson.............................................1989-92 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98

Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Sarah Miles............................................2008-10 Christie Ammons...................................1994-97

THE BIG EAST

TOTAL REBOUNDS

1,484 1,075 1,020 890 865 774 770 756 642 586

STEALS

355 350 293 279 278 268 258 213 208 172 172

OPPONENT INFO

Janell Dunlap........................2003-04 Rosemary Kosiorek................1989-92 Tracey Slogik.........................1987-90 Judy Eaton............................1986-89 Val Zona............................1999-2000 Christie Lambert...................1995-99

CHAKHIA COLE

2010-11 MOUNTAINEER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MEDIA INFO

.804 (111/138) .791 (432/546) .769 (193/251) .769 (93/121) .767 (102/133) .765 (130/170)

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M O U N TA I N E E R S

MINUTES PLAYED

MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF

4,556 4,340 4,008 3,912 3,890 3,807 3,706 3,556 3,527 3,491

Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Judy Eaton.............................................1986-89 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Ashley Powell........................................2006-09

MINUTES PER GAME

PROFILES OUTLOOK

38.3 37.3 36.5 34.5 34.2 34.1 33.4 33.3 33.0 32.5

Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Darya Kudryavtseva...............................2000-01 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Mandy Ronay.....................................1997-2000 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Rebecca Burbridge.................................1996-99

Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Ashley Powell........................................2006-09 LaQuita Owens.......................................2005-08 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Lisa Ribble.............................................1982-85 Janet Hoffman.......................................1982-85 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Cindy Triplett..........................................1981-84 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92

GAMES STARTED

130 120 120 115 113 111 108 106 104 103 103

Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Ashley Powell........................................2006-09 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Judy Eaton.............................................1986-89 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99

DOUBLE DOUBLES

THE BIG EAST

68 52 51 34 23 22 17 17 17 15

OPPONENT INFO

Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Mary Hennen.........................................1976-79 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Lisa Szymczak........................................1993-96 Jean Mewshaw...........................1975-76, 78-79 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08

10-POINT GAMES 104 92 92 88 87 84 81 81 80 79

2009-10 REVIEW THE RECORD BOOK

Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89

30-POINT GAMES 6 6 6 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008 J.D. Drummonds....................................1980-81 Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Lisa Szymczak........................................1993-96 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Christie Lambert....................................1995-99 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Takisha Granberry....................................... 2009 Mary Hennen.........................................1976-79 Rebecca Burbridge.................................1996-99 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 LaQuita Owens.......................................2005-07 Liz Repella.....................................2008-present

1,000-POINT SCORERS 2,115 2,061 1,751 1,733 1,665 1,656 1,602 1,534 1,504 1,491 1,484 1,429 1,426 1,414 1,380 1,316 1,285 1,282 1,179 1,163 1,160 1,141 1,111 1,101 1,079 1,071 1,069 1,040 1,007

Cathy Parson..........................................1980-83 Rosemary Kosiorek................................1989-92 Talisha Hargis.........................................1995-98 Kate Bulger............................................2001-04 Meg Bulger..................................2004-06, 2008 Donna Abbott........................................1989-92 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-08 Olivia Bradley.........................................1982-85 Jenny Hillen...........................................1986-89 Sherell Sowho........................................2002-05 Georgeann Wells....................................1983-86 Alexis Basil.............................................1984-87 Maria Tchobanova..................................1996-99 Yolanda Paige........................................2002-05 Judy Eaton.............................................1986-89 Chakhia Cole..........................................2005-08 Meg Bulger............................................2004-07 Christie Lambert....................................1995-99 Rebecca Burbridge.................................1996-99 LaQuita Owens.......................................2005-08 J.D. Drummonds....................................1980-81 Liz Repella.............................................2008-10 Mary Hennen.........................................1976-79 Lisa Szymczak........................................1993-96 Ilse Opstaele..........................................1996-99 Dionne Morris........................................1986-89 Olayinka Sanni.......................................2005-07 Brandi Batch......................................1999-2002 Cindy Winegar.......................................1977-80

20-POINT GAMES

Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989-1992................................. 44 Cathy Parson, 1980-83............................................... 42 Talisha Hargis, 1995-98.............................................. 33 Kate Bulger, 2001-04................................................. 30 Meg Bulger, 2004-08................................................. 29 Donna Abbott, 1989-92............................................. 25 Olayinka Sanni, 2005-08............................................ 24 Lisa Szymczak, 1993-96............................................. 20 J.D. Drummonds, 1980-81.......................................... 19 Georgeann Wells, 1983-86......................................... 19

WVU MEDIA INFO

126

GAMES PLAYED

130 129 127 122 122 121 119 118 117 117 116 116

LaQUITA OWENS WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSIT Y


High Season: 1,539 in 1984-85 High Offensive Rebounds Season: 644 in 1977-78 High Season Average: 59.11 in 1975-76

FIELD GOALS

High Game: 36 vs. George Washington, 1/23/88 High Season: 614 in 1989

PROFILES

DISQUALIFICATIONS

High Game: 4 vs. Marshall, 1/11/05; George Washington, 11/23/88; Rutgers, 2/9/87 High Season: 30 in 1987-88

Game: 89 vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 2/3/76 Offensive Rebounds Game: 49 vs. Shepherd, 1/26/76

Winning STREAKS

ALL-TIME WIN STREAKS 22 started with a 91-63 win vs. Pitt (1991)

ALL-TIME COLISEUM WIN STREAKS 19 started with a 69-68 win vs. Syracuse (2009)

16 started with a 73-52 win at Duquesne (2009)

17 started with an 89-78 win vs. Rutgers (1991)

15 started with a 53-43 win vs. Shepherd (1976)

16 started with a 69-57 win vs. Providence (2007)

11 started with an 82-53 win vs. Shepherd (1976)

16 started with a 75-46 win vs. Duquesne (1983)

11 started with a 69-54 win vs. Morris Harvey (1975)