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West Virginia University is on probation until February 17, 2017, for violations involving impermissible telephone and text communications that occurred in a number of our athletics programs. Level II violations occurred in the following sports programs: women’s gymnastics, football, women’s basketball and women’s soccer. On a smaller scale, ten other sport programs, including baseball, men’s basketball, women’s diving, women’s rowing, men’s soccer, men’s swimming, women’s tennis, women’s track and field, women’s volleyball, and men’s wrestling and programs, also engaged in impermissible text and telephone-related activity. The penalties prescribed in this case, which included recruiting communication restrictions, off-campus recruiting restrictions and the loss of a scholarship in the sport of football, were served in the 2013-14 and 2014-15 academic years. Additional information can be found at the following link: http://www.ncaa.org/sites/ default/files/West%20Virginia%20Public%20Inf%20Decision.pdf

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Mountaineer Women’s Basketball Postseason Success ���������������������������� 2 Basketball Practice Facility ������������������ 4 WVU Coliseum�������������������������������������� 8 Gameday in Morgantown�������������������� 10 Big 12 Conference������������������������������ 12 What They’re Saying About WVU ���������� 15 Mountaineers in the Pros�������������������� 16 Mountaineer Travel ���������������������������� 18 Mountaineers Abroad�������������������������� 20 In the Spotlight���������������������������������� 22 Strength & Conditioning���������������������� 24 Athletic Training���������������������������������� 26 Student-Athlete Development ������������ 28 Mountaineers in the Community��������� 32 Campus Life �������������������������������������� 34 Mountaineer Excellence���������������������� 38

Desiree Rhodes���������������������������������� 66 Teana Muldrow���������������������������������� 68 Chania Ray���������������������������������������� 72 Alexis Brewer�������������������������������������� 74 Anja Martin���������������������������������������� 76 Tynice Martin������������������������������������� 78 Katrina Pardee ���������������������������������� 81 Marlena Schmidt�������������������������������� 83 Aisha Edwards������������������������������������ 84 Kristina King�������������������������������������� 85 Krystalline McCune���������������������������� 86 Nia Staples���������������������������������������� 87 Bailey Thomas������������������������������������ 88

Coaching Staff Head Coach Mike Carey���������������������� 44 The Carey Years at WVU���������������������� 46 Associate Head Coach Chester Nichols ���53 Assistant Coach Diane Richardson������ 54 Assistant Coach Lester Rowe�������������� 55 Support Staff�������������������������������������� 56

Season Review 2015-16 Season Review������������������ 100 2015-16 Senior Profiles������������������� 102 2015-16 Game-By-Game������������������ 110 Statistical Totals������������������������������ 111 Points-Rebounds-Assists ������������������ 112 Team Highs and Lows ���������������������� 113 Individual Highs ������������������������������ 115

Mountaineer Profiles 2016-17 Rosters�������������������������������� 60 2016-17 Photo Roster������������������������ 61 Lanay Montgomery ���������������������������� 62

Season Outlook 2016-17 Season Outlook ������������������ 90 2016-17 Opponents�������������������������� 92 Series vs. 2016-17 Opponents������������ 98

The Record Book Women’s Basketball History�������������� 118 Kittie Blakemore������������������������������ 119

Women’s Basketball Firsts���������������� 125 Top Scorers�������������������������������������� 126 Individual Records���������������������������� 127 Single Game Leaders������������������������ 128 Freshman Game Leaders������������������ 130 Sophomore Game Leaders���������������� 132 Junior Game Leaders������������������������ 134 Senior Game Leaders ���������������������� 136 Single Season Leaders���������������������� 138 Freshman Season Leaders���������������� 140 Sophomore Season Leaders������������� 142 Junior Season Leaders���������������������� 144 Senior Season Leaders �������������������� 146 Career Leaders �������������������������������� 148 Winning Streaks ������������������������������ 149 Team Records���������������������������������� 151 Single Season Team Records������������ 151 Single Game Team Records�������������� 152 Single Game Opponent Records�������� 154 Coliseum Single Game Leaders �������� 156 Largest Crowds�������������������������������� 157 Coliseum Single Game   Opponent Leaders ���������������������� 158 The Last Time ���������������������������������� 160 Coliseum Results������������������������������ 160 Big 12 Championship Results ���������� 161 Big 12 Championship History������������ 165 Big 12 Championship Records���������� 166 Postseason Appearances������������������ 166

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NCAA Tournament Records���������������� 167 Series Records �������������������������������� 168 Year-By-Year Records������������������������ 170 All-Time Coaching Records���������������� 170 All-Time Scores�������������������������������� 171 100-Point Games ���������������������������� 181 Overtime Games������������������������������ 182 Victories Over AP-Ranked Teams�������� 183 Individual Honors ���������������������������� 184 All-Time Teams��������������������������������� 188 Rosemary Kosiorek �������������������������� 189 Cathy Parson������������������������������������ 190 Georgeann Wells������������������������������ 191 All-Time Uniform Numbers���������������� 192 Letterwinners����������������������������������� 193 West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee ������������������ 196 Director of Athletics Shane Lyons������ 197 Intercollegiate Athletics Staff������������ 198 WVU Head Coaches�������������������������� 198 Athletic Facilities������������������������������ 199 Media Guidelines ���������������������������� 200 Radio/TV Affiliates���������������������������� 201 WVU Athletic Communications���������� 202 Communications Staff���������������������� 203 2016-17 Schedule �������������������������� 204

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The Mike Carey era has brought unprecedented postseason success to the West Virginia University women’s basketball program.

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In the last 13 years the Mountaineers have advanced to nine NCAA Tournaments with three postseason WNIT appearances.

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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 back-to-back NCAA Tournaments; they did so again five consecutive times in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.

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The Mountaineers returned to the NCAA Tournament in 2016 and advanced to the second round after picking up a win over Princeton in the opening round.

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WVU advanced to its fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament in 2014, the first time the Mountaineers have competed in five straight NCAA Tournaments.

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In 2015, West Virginia captured a schoolrecord five postseason victories to advance to the WNIT championship game.

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West Virginia reeled off four-straight wins to advance to the 2005 WNIT championship game.

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WVU’s 10-straight postseason appearances (2007-16) are a school record.

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For the fifth time in program history, West Virginia finished ranked in both the Associated Press and USA TODAY Sports Coaches polls at No. 23 and No. 25, respectively, at the conclusion of the 2015-16 season.

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“The Basketball Practice Facility is one of the finest buildings in the country. It allows us to compete at the highest level possible and is a beautiful addition to an already great sports complex.” COACH MIKE CAREY

• One of the most modern practice facilities in college basketball • 64,000 square feet of 24-hour access to the student-athletes • L ocated West of the WVU Coliseum at the Country Roads Gate

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One and a half courts

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Gatorade stations

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Treadmill locations

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Smartphone docking stations

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Flatscreen TV with playback functions

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Equipped with 15 lockers, which were modeled after Lebron James’ locker with the Cleveland Cavaliers

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Each locker is equipped with its own power supply and a shoe tower that holds seven different pair of shoes

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Players’ lounge with kitchenette suite, flat screen televisions with surround sound and computer stations

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WEIGHT ROOM

EQUIPMENT ROOM

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Fully equipped dumbbell rack with weights from 5-150 pounds

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50-yard field turf for outside instruction

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Equipment room stocked with team gear

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Two cable pulley systems

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Cardio equipment including treadmills, stairmaster, and versa climber

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Mobile storage with a caster-equipped system

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Various upper and lower body machines

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Gatorade hydration station

On-site industrial size washers and dryers

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Two neck and grip machines

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Flatscreen televisions

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Various training equipment including: kettlebells, chains, trap bars, log bars, farmers walks, atlas stones, physioballs, medicine balls, sand bags, jump boxes, ropes and bands

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Built in smartphone dock and satellite radio

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• Split down the middle, the men’s side is a mirror image of the women’s side • Shared spaces include the Hall of Traditions, a center conference room, the weight room, equipment room, media room and a training room

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Trophy and artifact cases that celebrate the history of men’s and women’s basketball incorporated with interactive touch screens, a theatre and displays to celebrate the timelines and history of each program

CENTRAL ATRIUM ●●

14-foot high definition video board with a ribbon board

THEATER ●●

103-inch television with smartboard capabilities

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Seating for 25




OFFICES AND CONFERENCE ROOMS ●●

Glass walls allow natural light

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All office rooms and conference rooms are equipped with flat panel televisions

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Staff offices overlook the court

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Video coordinator offices have a camera balcony overlooking court

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The head coach suites include a three-way fireplace, lounge, outdoor terrace and balcony overlooking the practice court

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Ability to host press conferences and one-onone media interviews

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2016 Upgrades to WVU Coliseum • In 2016, West Virginia announced $15 million dollars as part of Phase I of renovations for the WVU Coliseum. • Among those renovations include: • 93 new restroom facilities and three additional family restrooms »» 24 additional points of sale for concessions »» 122 new ADA seats (Phase II, 2017) »» Six suites (Phase II, 2017) »» New exterior ticket office entry and ticket windows »» Upgraded team store with an new exterior entry »» Extensive upgrade in graphics and players’ lounge for women’s basketball

BUILT: 1969 COST: $10.4 MILLION OPENED FOR COMPETITION: 1970

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Top Crowds at WVU Coliseum 11. 5,855 vs. Connecticut, 2/8/11

1. 13,447 vs. Baylor, 3/2/13

12. 5,080 vs. Oklahoma State, 2/27/16

2. 8,307 vs. DePaul, 2/16/08

13. 5,052 vs. Kansas, 3/4/14

3. 8,268 vs. Clemson, 3/21/92

14. 4,555 vs. USF, 1/22/11

4. 8,025 vs. Pitt, 2/5/11

15. 4,537 vs. Louisville, 2/4/12

5. 7,000 vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82

16. 4,485 vs. Marquette, 2/27/10

6. 6,754 vs. Georgetown, 2/14/10

17. 4,328 vs. Kansas State, 2/6/16

7. 6,516 vs. DePaul, 2/18/12 8. 6,299 vs. Loyola Maryland, 11/12/10* 9. 6,232 vs. USF, 2/21/09 10. 6,161 vs. TCU, 2/16/14

18. 4,303 vs. Texas, 3/1/15 19. 4,206 vs. Penn State, 2/23/91*

20. 4,168 vs. Baylor, 1/30/16 * - Doubleheader with WVU men

RENOVATED: 2000

Renovations included Offices|Locker rooms|Construction of a club seating area Expansion of the strength and conditioning center and training and equipment rooms Construction of a players’ lounge and team video theater

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M B OU RI N NT G O AI N T NE HE ER S… LE T’S A RO ND LL N OU OW TT , HE CA RP ET AN D ●●

When WVU basketball fans fill the Coliseum, it becomes an arena filled with electricity, enthusiasm and excitement.

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The Mountaineer support from the state of West Virginia creates a great home court advantage and a very unwelcome place for opponents to come play.

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In 2008, the Coliseum has a video board that is comparable to NBA arenas, a new modern floor design, more lighting and a new sound system.

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The Coliseum contains all the modern conveniences that make it one of the best in the nation.

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A new state-of-the-art academic center was added in 2007.

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WVU Coliseum Results 1973-74 3-9 .250 1974-75 8-3 .727 1975-76 7-4 .636 1976-77 11-2 .846 1977-78 12-4 .750 1978-79 5-5 .500 1979-80 6-7 .461 1980-81 7-3 .700 1981-82 14-2 .875 1982-83 11-3 .786 1983-84 9-1 .900 1984-85 8-2 .800 1985-86 8-3 .727 1986-87 9-5 .643 1987-88 6-6 .500 1988-89 8-3 .727 1989-90 9-3 .750 1990-91 8-4 .667 1991-92 14-0 1.000 1992-93 7-4 .636 1993-94 3-8 .272 1994-95 3-8 .272

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WVU is 182-45 all-time under Mike Carey, including a flawless home record in 2010.

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WVU is 96-7 at home against nonconference teams in the last 14 years.

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The Mountaineers have experienced 18 of the top 20 largest crowds at the Coliseum under coach Carey.

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In 2015, the Mountaineers set a school record and tied for the nation’s lead with 19 victories at home in the Coliseum.

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1995-96 5-6 .455 1996-97 8-4 .667 1997-98 6-6 .500 1998-99 7-6 .538 1999-00 DNP 2000-01 4-9 .307 2001-02 9-3 .750 2002-03 9-4 .692 2003-04 10-2 .833 2004-05 14-3 .824 2005-06 7-6 .538 2006-07 13-1 .929 2007-08 11-1 .917 2008-09 11-6 .647 2009-10 17-0 1.000 2010-11 13-3 .813 2011-12 14-3 .824 2012-13 9-6 .600 2013-14 13-2 .867 2014-15 19-3 .864 2015-16 13-2 .867 OVERALL 388-165 .702

The Mountaineers have won 24 consecutive games against nonconference competition at the WVU Coliseum dating back to 2014.

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“It’s a great honor for me and our team to compete against some of the best teams in the country. The Big 12 has been the top league in the nation the last several years. You’re going to play against some of the best teams in the country. The Big 12 is tough. One thing that remains true around the conference is the fan support, so games are exciting both at home and on the road.”  MIKE CAREY

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The Big 12 begins its 21st year in 2016-17 as it continues to promote the strength and success of one of the nation’s premier athletic conferences under the direction of fifth-year commissioner Bob Bowlsby. With 10 members, the Big 12 remains as the only autonomy conference to determine its champions in all sports directly on the field of play with a full round-robin schedule. The Conference’s hard work ethic and strong values have translated to enormous success in its first 20 years. Since it began competition in 1996-97, the league can boast of 57 NCAA team titles and 625 (through June 15) individual national championships. Bob Bowlsby was named the Conference’s fourth commissioner on May 4, 2012, after

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TCU and West Virginia joined the league on July 1, 2012 and became the Big 12’s first additions since inception, joining Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech. With 10 members, the Big 12 remains as the only autonomy conference to determine its champions in all sports directly on the field of play with a full round-robin schedule. The Conference’s hard work ethic and strong values have translated to enormous success in its first 20 years. Since it began competition in 1996-97, the league can boast of 57 NCAA team titles and 625 (through June 15) individual national championships.

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Big 12 institutions create a league that encompasses five states and nearly 38 million people. Nearly 5,000 student-athletes from across the United States and around the World compete annually in the sports sponsored by the Conference.

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The Big 12 is a strong conference that, like WVU, values quality academic and athletic programs, and has a great tradition of success.

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Whether on the field, in the classroom, or within the community, the student-athletes, administrators, coaches and game officials of the Big 12 support the highest ideals in sportsmanship.

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The Big 12 has been at the forefront in college athletics reform, specifically with student-athlete welfare issues to include

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BIG 12 TEAM’S NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES No. Years Baylor 15 2001, 02, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Iowa State 16 1997, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 05, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 Kansas 13 1987, 88, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 12, 13 K-State 14 1982, 83, 84, 87, 97, 02, 03, 04, 05, 08, 09, 11, 12, 16 Oklahoma 19 1986, 95, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Oklahoma State 14 1989, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 07, 08, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16 TCU 9 2001, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 09, 10 Texas 29 1983, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16 Texas Tech 20 1984, 86, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 11, 13 11 1989, 92, 04, 07, 08, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 West Virginia

cost of attendance, student-athlete time demands and strengthening its policy for concussion diagnosis and management. In 2014-15, the Big 12 introduced and hosted three “State of Collegiate Athletics” forums to examine the issues facing college athletics. Two were conducted in Washington, D.C and one in New York City. Panelists included respected authorities from intercollegiate athletics, university leadership and sports journalism. The third forum featured a special session comprised of student-athletes. The Big 12 continued the “State of Collegiate Athletics” forums in 2015-16 with Dallas serving as the site for a November 2015 event. ●●

The Big 12 conducts postseason championships for 20 of its 23 sports, including women’s basketball.

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The conference office is headquartered in Irving, Texas.

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The Big 12 Conference is host of the 2017 Women’s Final Four in Dallas. The championship is set for Friday, March 31 and Sunday, April 2 at the American Airlines Center, home of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and the NHL’s Dallas Stars.

l  The Big 12 will host the 2017 Women’s Final Four in Dallas and the 2018 Kansas City Regional. The Conference has previously hosted six Regional sites from 2008-11, 2013 and 2016. l  The

Big 12 has won three national championships and two WNIT titles since 2005. ●●

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The Big 12 has eight Women’s Final Four appearances since 2002 and has placed at least one team in the national semifinals four of the last eight seasons. The Big 12 has placed at least 67 percent of its teams in postseason tournaments each year since 2003-04, and has sent at least 50 percent every year since inception in 1996-97. 2016 marked the seventh-consecutive

campaign in which at least 70 percent of Big 12 teams extended their season. ●●

At least fifty percent of Big 12 teams have played in the NCAA Championship for 10-straight seasons (2007-15).

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The Big 12 has had at least two teams play in Regionals for the nine-consecutive years (2008-16).

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Since 2000, the Big 12 has made 107 NCAA tournament appearances, which is second nationally.

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The Big 12 is the only among the peer conferences to conduct a double round-robin schedule in which every team plays the other league members twice for a total of 18 games.

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The Conference has 105 WNBA draft choices with 34 in the first round in the 20 years since

the inception of the professional league, which coincided with the inaugural season of the Big 12 in 1996-97. ●●

The Big 12 has finished No. 1 in NCAA conference RPI seven of the last nine seasons.

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The Big 12 swept both national postseason titles (NCAA and WNIT) in 2012.

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The Big 12 has had a unanimous first team All-America selection 17 years, including 16 consecutive.

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The Mountaineers are one of eight current Big 12 member institutions to have won a Big 12 regular-season title and five have captured a Conference postseason championship.

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W HA TT AB HE OU Y’RE T W SA YI VU NG

“Why they have my respect is not just because they’re very talented; they play defense, and they play man-to-man, hard-nosed aggressive defense, and I think the job Mike Carey does with that team is impressive. I say it every time I play them. Coach Carey makes those girls guard you. They’re physical.” KIM MULKEY | BAYLOR UNIVERSITY HEAD COACH

“West Virginia is everything that was advertised. Good players make you pay, and they did. They do all the things you need to do, they have all the pieces to be a good team, and when you have that kind of depth, length, athleticism, and then scoring touch—you’re going to be a really good team, and they are a really good team.” BILL FENNELLY | IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY HEAD COACH

“West Virginia really defends well, took us out of a lot of things and played with a lot of energy and effort. Coach Carey does a great job with them and from shooting to rebounding, to turnovers to blocked shots.” JIM LITTELL | OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY HEAD COACH

“There is athleticism at every spot. Now that they’re shooting the ball the way they are, they’re really tough. It’s hard to simulate their speed and athleticism in practice.” SHERRI COALE | OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY HEAD COACH

“When you play West Virginia, you know first of all, that they’re going to play terrific defense and you have to match their competitiveness, defensively, and on the boards.” KAREN ASTON | UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEAD COACH

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KATE BULGER

OLAYINKA SANNI

NATALIE BURTON

YELENA LEUCHANKA

YOLANDA PAIGE

ASYA BUSSIE

Mountaineer Olympians West Virginia was well represented in the 2016 Olympics. Yelena Leuchanka made her second Olympic Games appearance (2008, 2016) for Belarus, while Natalie Burton represented her home country of Australia.

WVU is rapidly gaining a reputation for sending its own players on to the WNBA and professional ranks overseas. Since 2004, six former Mountaineers have had links to the WNBA. ●●

Guard Kate Bulger (2001-04) became the first WVU player drafted in the WNBA as she went as the final pick (No. 38) in the third round to the Minnesota Lynx in 2004.

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All-American point guard Yolanda Paige became the first player out of WVU to make a WNBA roster as she was drafted by the Indiana Fever in the second round of the 2005 WNBA Draft with the 16th overall pick.

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Center Yelena Leuchanka (2004-06) 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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COACH CAREY SAYS…

“Our coaching staff is committed to helping develop our student-athletes 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 as a Mountaineer.”

BRIA HOLMES

After helping the Detroit Shock to the 2008 WNBA Championship in her rookie season, former Mountaineer Olayinka Sanni and her teammates celebrated with President Barack Obama at the White House.

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Olayinka Sanni (2005-08), an All-American center drafted in the second round as the No. 18 overall pick of the 2008 WNBA draft by the Detroit Shock, won the WNBA Championship her rookie season. After two seasons with Detroit, she played the 2011 season with the Phoenix Mercury. She also plays overseas.

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Center Asya Bussie (2010-14) was selected in the second round by the Minnesota Lynx as the No. 15 overall pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft. Bussie became WVU’s second-highest WNBA Draft pick in program history. The Randallstown, Maryland, native was a twotime All-American Honorable Mention selection by the Associated Press and the WBCA.

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Guard Bria Holmes (2013-16) became the program’s highest draft pick in history with her 11th overall section in the first round by the Atlanta Dream in the 2016 WNBA Draft. Holmes finished third on WVU’s all-time scoring list with 2,001 career points and earned All-America Honorable Mention from the Associated Press and WBCA, as well as Senior CLASS Award Second Team All-America accolades.

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The WVU women’s basketball team is constantly traveling to different cities and states for competition.

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The NCAA allows programs to travel overseas as a part of an international tour every four years.

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Coach Mike Carey puts a strong emphasis on academics and chartered flights assist the Mountaineer athletes in missing few classes as a part of their travel schedule.

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Mountaineers find WVU fans will show support on the road, from airports to hotels, arenas and restaurants. Once a Mountaineer, always a Mountaineer.

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West Virginia travels first class in chartered flights that gets the team quickly to their destination and back in a timely manner in order to miss limited class time.

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The NCAA allows programs to travel overseas as part of an international tour every four years.

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In 2007, the Mountaineers went to Australia and participated in a five-game exhibition tour.

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In 2011, WVU visited Europe. The tour covered Paris, South of France, Monte Carlo, Lake Como, Florence, Rome, Ancient Rome and Holy Rome.

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The Mountaineers played a total of three games with the European tour with the first game against a French professional team and the final two against the Dutch National team.

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The Mountaineers made their third trip under coach Mike Carey in 2015. West Virginia visited London, Barcelona and Madrid.

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West Virginia completed a perfect 4-0 record in London and Spain, defeating All-Star teams and the C.R.E.F. Hola Madrid professional team.

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Choosing to become a Mountaineer is special. Without a professional sports team in the state, folks across the state and throughout the region love West Virginia athletics.

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WVU women’s basketball is passionate, a point of pride and a way of life, also recognized at the national level.

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Mountaineers have the unique opportunity to represent themselves, their teammates and their university to news media, alumni, friends, family and the general public. Your interaction with these groups is also part of your educational process.

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If you take advantage of these opportunities, it can have a positive effect, not only on your career as a student-athlete at West Virginia, but also on your life after you have donned the Old Gold and Blue.

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Sue Bird and Sam Gore had the call for WVU’s overtime win over Texas on ESPN2 in 2015.

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In 2016, the Coach Mike Carey Show debuted at Kegler’s Sports Bar & Lounge in Morgantown. The show gives fans a comprehensive look inside the program. Dan Zangrilli will host coach Mike Carey in the program for the 2016-17 season.

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West Virginia is covered extensively by local and national media. WVU is featured on broadcasts that range from ESPN to FOX Sports, thanks to the Big 12 Conference’s television partnerships.

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To help the student-athletes improve their public speaking skills, West Virginia University brings in national televisions analysts to campus to speak to the team prior to the start of the season.

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COACH CAREY SAYS…

“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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WVU’s strength and conditioning staff ensures all student-athletes are on year-long programs designed to improve sport performance and prevent injuries.

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To keep athletes in peak physical condition, West Virginia offers a variety of training areas and an array of strength programs designed to increase performance.

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All student-athletes will also have their own program individually designed and updated throughout the year.

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The women’s basketball team focuses their training on total body strength and power, anaerobic conditioning, aerobic conditioning, agility, speed and balance.

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The Basketball Practice Facility state-of-the-art weight room is for the men’s and women’s basketball programs and is fully equipped with: • Cardio equipment including: Treadmills, Alter-G treadmill stairmaster, and versa climber

• 50-yard field turf • Dumbbell rack with weights from 5-150 pounds

• Gatorade hydration station

• Two cable pulley systems

• Flatscreen televisions

• Various upper and lower body machines • Two neck and grip machines

• Built in iPod dock and satellite radio

• Various training equipment including: kettlebells, chains, trap bars, log bars, farmers walks, atlas stones, physioballs, medicine balls, sandbags, jump boxes, ropes, bands and sleds

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WVU student-athletes have access to a nutritionist to provide them with proper education on correct dietary habits necessary to perform at an elite level. Nutritionists are available to meet one-on-one, track body composition, provide cooking tips, assist with grocery shopping and design individualized meal plans.

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The commitment to excellent care for Mountaineer student-athletes has been in place for many years and is evidenced by the outstanding team that has been assembled by the WVU athletic administration. More than 150 years of sports medicine experience is encompassed by this group of highlight trained individuals.

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The medical staff offers specialties in many areas from internal medicine and neurosurgery to dentistry and orthopedics. The medical staff from WVU’s Health Sciences Center is also available when additional consultation is needed.

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The scope of the athletic training services encompass various domains which including injury recognition, treatment, rehabilitation, prevention, education, and counseling that will enable the athlete to maintain an optimal quality of life beyond the span of athletic competition.

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CoSIDA Academic All-America 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek 2011 Liz Repella 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek 2015 Averee Fields 2010 Liz Repella

CoSIDA Academic All-America District II First Team 2009 Liz Repella 2010 Liz Repella 2011 Liz Repella

2015 Averee Fields

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Senior Bria Holmes earned Big 12 All-Academic Second Team Honors. Bria Holmes, Lanay Montgomery and Jessica Morton all earned their bachelor’s degree in the spring. Additionally, Arielle Roberson obtained her master’s degree in the summer. The 2015-16 women’s basketball squad recorded a cumulative team GPA over 3.0.

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Director of Athletics Shane Lyons and Coach Mike Carey make academics the highest of priorities.

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A Coliseum Academic Performance Center, completed in November 2007, occupies 8,000 square feet of the WVU Coliseum. This facility house the Academic Services staff and contains open study areas, closed tutoring rooms and two computer labs with printing. This facility has been built specifically for student-athletes.

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Toni Oliverio provides women’s basketball student-athletes with academic and student development support.

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Freshmen attend mandatory study halls.

COACH CAREY’S EMPHASIS ON ACADEMICS Under Carey’s guidance 44 student-athletes have graduated and 218 Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll Awards have been earned. In 2015, Averee Fields became the third WVU women’s basketball player to garner CoSIDA Academic All-America honors. Fields, a second team honoree, was also given the Haier Achievement Award in February 2015. Carey experienced his largest graduating class in 2011, which had six graduates. Part of the graduating class was two-time CoSIDA first team all-America selection Liz Repella, the second player in program history to receive such an honor. She also was named to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award All-America second team as a finalist for the award, leading WVU to a team grade point average of 3.14. Repella became Carey’s first CoSIDA Academic Aall-District II first team member in 2009 and she did so again in 2010. Repella was recognized by the BIG EAST in 2009 and 2011 as she earned the conference’s Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award. In 2003, Jess Fisher earned CoSIDA Academic All-District II second team honors and Sparkle Davis joined her with the accolade a year later.

Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2014 Jess Harlee

2015 Averee Fields

Jess Fisher

Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll Akilah Bethel Alexis Brewer Christal Caldwell Darius Faulk Averee Fields Brooke Hampton Jess Harlee

Bria Holmes Crystal Leary Tynice Martin Lanay Montgomery Teana Muldrow Katrina Pardee

CoSIDA Academic All-America District II Second Team

Chania Ray Desiree Rhodes Marlena Schmidt Linda Stepney

Sparkle Davis

Target/BIG EAST Scholar Athlete of the Year

Academic All-East 1982 Susan Muth 1985 Lisa Ribble 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek

1992 Rosemary Kosiorek 1997 Ilse Opstaele

Rebecca Burbridge

BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award

“Once a Student, Always a Student”

2009 Liz Repella

Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

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Marlena Schmidt

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Former Mountaineer athletes are returning to school to complete work on their degrees, some after as many as 10 years away from Morgantown. The 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.

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Since its creation, dozens of students have participated, with a success rate of better than 80 percent.

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In 1992, WVU joined the growing list of schools that are a part of an NCAA-sponsored consortium.

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SAAC membership provides feedback to administration about how to better WVU athletic programs.

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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.

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Under the guidance of SAAC advisor Terri Howes, the SAAC meets regularly to discuss current issues and concerns of WVU’s studentathletes.

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SAAC leaders attend Big 12 Conference SAAC meetings to exchange ideas with other student-athletes from Big 12 schools regarding student-athlete’s collegiate experience.

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THE PURPOSE OF WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY SAAC IS: 1. To generate a student-athlete voice within WVU, the Big 12 and NCAA structure. 2. Solicit student-athlete response to proposed WVU, Big 12 and NCAA legislation. 3. Recommend potential WVU, Big 12 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.

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Winning and working hard are important to the West Virginia University women’s basketball team. But becoming successful and positive role models on and off the court is just as significant to them. Women’s basketball student-athletes and coaches participate in a variety of community service activities including reading at schools, hospitals and speaking engagements.

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The Mountaineers give back to the Morgantown and surrounding communities every chance they get, embracing the opportunity to make an impact in society.

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The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association began the WBCA Pink Zone, now known as Play 4Kay, in 2007 as an initiative to raise breast cancer awareness in women’s basketball, on campuses and in communities. The late Kay Yow, former North Carolina State University

head women’s basketball coach, served as the catalyst for the initiative after her third reoccurrence of breast cancer in 2006. ●●

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Overall, the Play 4Kay efforts have raised over $5.28 million for women’s cancer research since its existence.

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Helping create awareness, WVU has worn pink uniforms and shoes each year since joining the breast cancer initiative efforts in 2007.

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In 2015, Averee Fields was honored with the Haier America Achievement Award. The award honors student-athletes for their outstanding accomplishments outside of sports. Fields volunteered for various community service efforts during her time at WVU.

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For the past two seasons, WVU women’s basketball held a stuffed animal toss after one selected home game. All of the donated items were given to the City of Morgantown Police and Monongalia County Sherriff’s Office. These items are given to child victims of crime and trauma.

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When serve flooding devastated southern West Virginia in 2016, the Mountaineers visited Rainelle, West Virginia, to help with the flooding cleanup. The team spent hours mucking and gutting a home to help speed up the families’ road to recovery.

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For the past two years, WVU has welcomed Heroes 4Higher, a group that inspires young kids to overcome difficult situations.

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Additionally, the Mountaineers will host their annual exhibition game in Clarksburg, West Virginia, this season to raise money to benefit those affected by the flooding.

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CAMPUS LIFE Character Public, land-grant institution, founded in 1867.

Research Classification R1: Doctoral Universities–Highest Research Activity, as described by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.

WVU System Operating Budget More than $1 billion.

Accreditations By the Higher Learning Commission and dozens of specialized academic accrediting agencies.

Governance The WVU Board of Governors is the governing body of WVU. The Higher Education Policy Commission in West Virginia is responsible for developing, establishing and overseeing the implementation of a public policy agenda for the state’s four-year colleges and universities.

Location Morgantown, W.Va., population 31,073, was rated “No. 1 Small City in America” by BizJournals.com for its exceptional quality of life. Business Insider named Morgantown the ninth best college town in America. Within easy traveling distance of Washington, D.C., to the east, Pittsburgh, Pa., to the north, and Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, to the northwest. Other recent rankings: Kiplinger.com included Morgantown in their 10 great places to live list; one of “Best Sports Cities” by Sporting News; 5th “Best Small Metro” by Forbes; 12th overall “Hottest Small City” by Inc.; one of “50 Smartest Places to Live” by Kiplinger’s; and the second-ranking “Best College Town for Jobs” by Forbes.

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Student Profile Fall 2015 enrollment, on WVU campuses statewide, was 31,514; 28,776 in Morgantown.

That included: 14,021 West Virginia residents, 14,755 nonresidents 22,498 undergraduates 4,711 graduate and 1,567 professional students

Academic Excellence WVU ranks nationally for prestigious scholarships: 24 Rhodes Scholars, 22 Truman Scholars, 42 Goldwater Scholars, two British Marshall Scholars, 5 Morris K. Udall Scholars, 5 USA Today All-USA College Academic First Team Members (and 11 academic team honorees), 15 Boren Scholars, 36 Gilman Scholars, 46 Fulbright Scholars, 3 Department of Homeland Security Scholars, 25 Critical Language Scholars, 3 National Institute of Standards and Technology Fellowships and 4 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.

Degrees Granted In 2014-15, WVU awarded 7,201 degrees statewide; 1,832 graduate and 428 professional.

Faculty and Staff Profile Excellent faculty—19 of whom have been named Carnegie Foundation Professors of the Year—guide and mentor students. instructional faculty: 3,244 graduate assistants: 1,650 total main campus employees: 8,239

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Academics Fourteen colleges and schools offering 353 majors in agriculture, natural resources and design; arts and sciences; business and economics; creative arts; dentistry; education and human services; engineering and mineral resources; law; media; medicine; nursing; pharmacy; physical activity and sport sciences; and public health. wvu.edu/Academics/

Student Living Experience The First-Year Experience helps students navigate their first year at WVU. Elements include First Year Academy, which connects new students to the campus, their academic departments and other students; the Campus Read, which involves first-year students in a common reading experience to promote dialog and critical thinking; and Adventure West Virginia, an outdoor freshman orientation program. All WVU students benefit from a vibrant array of student life programs, including a Festival of Ideas lecture series, bringing the world’s top minds to campus to share their experiences and knowledge; WVUp All Night, a weekend package of safe, fun and healthy activities; an award-winning Student Recreation Center; and the Mountaineer Parents Club, helping families stay connected with their students’ education and life at WVU. Living and Learning Communities are student communities in certain residence halls formed around a theme or specific field of study. Students can live with others who share their academic and social interests. studentlife.wvu.edu

Freshman Class Profile 2015 average ACT of 24, SAT (combined math and critical reading) 1052, and high school GPA of 3.45.

Transportation University buses operate free on a year-round basis as does the Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system—a computer-directed system that glides along 8.7 miles of guideway between Downtown, Evansdale and Health Sciences Center campuses. In addition, Morgantown’s Mountain Line bus service offers free rides to students and employees. WVU ID is required for all services. transportation.wvu.edu

Safety WVU offers 24-hour campus security protection. Students can download LiveSafe, a free app that is an on-the-go way to connect with authorities. The University also sends urgent news through WVU Alert text messages. emergency.wvu.edu/alert

Student Organizations Students can choose from 467 student organizations, and participate in an active intramural program and many club sports. studentactivities.wvu.edu

Study Abroad Last year, 922 WVU students traveled to another country through University-led study abroad programs and international exchanges. Best College Reviews ranked WVU as having a top-50 study abroad program. internationalprograms.wvu.edu Academic Innovation Hundreds of distance education classes are available. elearn.wvu.edu Service and Learning The Center for Service and Learning develops and organizes service learning and volunteer opportunities for students and faculty. WVU earned the Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification—joining only 6% of all universities. It is the only institution in West Virginia the foundation recognizes for its community engagement. service.wvu.edu

Scholarships and Aid Each year, WVU (Morgantown campus) awards over $433 million in financial aid, including $87 million in grants and scholarships. West Virginia residents may be eligible for the PROMISE scholarship in addition to WVU awards. A new campaign is under way to raise $50 million for student scholarships.

Honors College The WVU Honors College encourages a style of learning and living that is tailored to the highly motivated, excelling student’s special requirements. Innovative, challenging courses, designed to stimulate creativity and to provoke in-depth discussion, are offered in small class settings. honors.wvu.edu

Internships WVU offers hundreds of ways to gain valuable on-the-job experience and networking contacts. careerservices.wvu.edu

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Parents Club The Mountaineer Parents Club, with more than 20,000 members in clubs across the state and nation, fosters success by connecting parents and family members with the student experience. The organization sponsors events on and off-campus, has a newsletter, a toll-free helpline (1-800-WVU-0096), parent electronic news and a Parent Perks program. Membership is free. parentsclub.wvu.edu

Athletics A member of the NCAA and the Big 12 Conference, WVU competes at the Division I level in 18 sports. Teams make regular postseason bowl appearances in football, including winning the 2016 Cactus Bowl, and NCAA tournament appearances in men’s and women’s basketball, including a trip to the Sweet 16 in 2015; women’s soccer won its second consecutive Big 12 tournament championship in 2014 and made its 16th straight NCAA appearance in in 2015; women’s basketball advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament in 2016. The WVU rifle team won its 18th national title in 2016, and in 2014 became the first WVU athletic team to visit the White House on NCAA Champions Day. wvusports.com

Facilities The WVU System spans the state, including 518 buildings on 15,880 acres. The Morgantown campus has 245 buildings (11 on the National Register of Historic Places) on 1,892 acres. WVU operates 10 experimental farms and four forests throughout the state, in addition to WVU Jackson’s Mill State 4-H Camp. jacksonsmill.ext.wvu.edu/

Libraries The WVU Libraries encompass eight libraries statewide and the WVU Press. Facilities in Morgantown include the Downtown Library Complex, Evansdale Library, Health Sciences Library, Law Library, and the West Virginia and Regional History Center. Onsite collections include more than 2.4 million books and 48,000 journal subscriptions, electronic access to 365 databases, over 500,000 e-books, and 47,300 online electronic journals. Library staff offer in-person and online assistance. libraries.wvu.edu

Admission and Application Timeline Admission is based on a combination of high school GPA and ACT or SAT scores. Applications are processed beginning Sept. 15 for admission the following fall. March 1 is the deadline for WV residents to submit PROMISE Scholarship applications. WVU has a rolling admissions policy, and while there is no official application deadline, applicants who apply later in the year may be deferred to the spring semester. admissions.wvu.edu

Visitors Center Located on the Morgantown Waterfront, the WVU Visitors Center features unique, cutting-edge displays and traditional West Virginia hospitality. Guided tours are offered Monday through Saturday, except home football Saturdays. visit.wvu.edu

Alumni Chartered in 1873, the WVU Alumni Association is made up of more than 190,000 graduates worldwide in some 135 nations. alumni.wvu.edu

Private Support Through March 31, 2016, donors have moved the WVU Foundation more than 95% of the way toward the $1 billion goal for A State of Minds: The Campaign for West Virginia’s University. The campaign was extended through 2017 after donors shattered the original goal more than a year ahead of the deadline. Last fiscal year alone, donors contributed $125 million in new gifts, the second highest fiscal year of giving ever in the Foundation’s history. The Foundation’s total endowment is $565 million. www.wvuf.org

Extension Throughout the year in West Virginia’s 55 counties, WVU Extension Service faculty and volunteers work with more than 624,111 West Virginians. 4-H alone reaches one in five West Virginia youths. ext.wvu.edu

Divisional Campuses Potomac State College of WVU – Keyser, W.Va.; 800-262-7332; potomacstatecollege.edu West Virginia University Institute of Technology – Montgomery, W.Va.; wvutech.edu Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center – Charleston, W.Va.; hsc.wvu.edu/charleston Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center East – Martinsburg, W.Va.; hsc.wvu.edu/eastern WVU Beckley – Beckley, W.Va.

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MOUNTAINEER EXCELLENCE

519 TOTAL STUDENT-ATHLETES WERE NAMED TO THE GARRETT FORD ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL AND 508 STUDENT-ATHLETES WERE NAMED TO THE 2015-16 BIG 12 COMMISSIONER’S HONOR ROLL LAST YEAR

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Team Records

Recognition

Baseball: 36-22, 12-11 Big 12; 4th place Big 12 Cross Country: 3rd place at Big 12 Championship; NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional; 1 NCAA Championship Qualifier Men’s Basketball: 26-9, 13-5 Big 12; 2nd place Big 12; NCAA First Round Women’s Basketball: 25-10, 12-6 Big 12; 3rd place Big 12; NCAA Second Round Football: 8-5, 4-5 Big 12; T-5th place Big 12; Cactus Bowl Champions Gymnastics: 11-8, 1-5 Big 12; 3rd place Big 12; 5th place NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional Rowing: 8th place at Big 12 Championship Rifle: 12-0, 8-0 GARC; GARC Regular-Season & Postseason Champions; NCAA Champions Men’s Soccer: 7-12-0, 2-3-0 MAC; 4th place MAC Women’s Soccer: 19-3-1, 6-0-1 Big 12; Big 12 Regular-Season Champions; NCAA Quarterfinals Men’s Swimming and Diving: 2nd place Big 12; 1 NCAA Qualifier: Andrew Marsh Women’s Swimming and Diving: 4th place Big 12 Women’s Tennis: 6-16, 0-9 Big 12; 10th place Big 12 Women’s Track and Field and Field: Indoor-9th Big 12; Outdoor-9th Big 12; 8 NCAA Qualifiers Volleyball: 5-24, 0-16 Big 12; 10th place Big 12 Wrestling: 8-10, 0-4 Big 12; 6th place at Big 12 Championship; 4 NCAA Qualifiers

Men’s Basketball Rowing

NCAA Team Champions Rifle

Individual NCAA Champions Ginny Thrasher, Air Rifle, Smallbore

Team Conference Champions Rifle, GARC Regular-Season & Postseason Champions Women’s Soccer, Big 12 Regular-Season Champions

Individual Conference Champions Andrew Marsh, Men’s Swimming & Diving, 100 backstroke Ginny Thrasher, Rifle, GARC Smallbore

Individual International Team Honors Will Anti, Rifle, U.S. Junior National Team Michael Bamsey, Rifle, Great Britain National Team Kadeisha Buchanan, Women’s Soccer, Team Canada 2016 Summer Olympic Games,Team Canada CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship, CONCACAF Best XI Team, FIFPro Women’s World XI Team, 2015 Women’s World Cup Best Young Player, 2015 BMO Canadian Player of the Year, Vanessa Flores, Women’s Soccer, Mexico U-20 National Team Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle, U.S. Junior National Team, National Junior Olympic Shooting Championship 10m air rifle Silver Medal, National Junior Olympic Shooting Championship 50m 3 positions Bronze Medal Meelis Kiisk, Rifle, Estonian National Team Ashley Lawrence, Women’s Soccer, Team Canada 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Team Canada CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship, CONCACAF Best XI Team Garrett Spurgeon, Rifle, United States, U.S. National Team Bianca St. Georges, Women’s Soccer, Canada U-20 National Team Ginny Trasher, Rifle, Team United States 2016 Summer Olympic Games

NCAA Team Qualifiers Cross Country Gymnastics Men’s Basketball Rifle Women’s Basketball Women’s Soccer

NCAA Individual Qualifiers Dylan Cottrell, Wrestling Andrew Marsh, Men’s Swimming & Diving Zeke Moisey, Wrestling Millie Paladino, Cross Country Bubba Scheffel, Wrestling Jacob A. Smith, Wrestling

NCAA Individual Regional Qualifiers Amy Cashin, Outdoor Track & Field Jillian Forsey, Outdoor Track & Field Brianna Kerekes, Outdoor Track & Field Shamoya McNeil, Outdoor Track & Field Millie Paladino, Outdoor Track & Field Savanna Plombon, Outdoor Track & Field Hannah Stone, Outdoor Track & Field Megan Yuan, Outdoor Track & Field

NCAA Championship Awards Ginny Thrasher, Rifle, Top Performer

NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR)

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Professional Draft Picks KJ Dillion, Football, Houston Texans (NFL), fifth round (159th overall) Chad Donato, Baseball, Houston Astros (MLB), 11th round (337th overall) Bria Holmes, Women’s Basketball, Atlanta Dream (WNBA), first round (11th overall) Karl Joseph, Football, Oakland Raiders (NFL), first round (14th overall) Nick Kwiatkoski, Football, Chicago Bears (NFL), fourth round (113th overall) Wendell Smallwood, Football, Philadelphia Eagles (NFL), fifth round (153rd overall) Blake Smith, Baseball, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (MLB), 29th round (876th overall) Daryl Worley, Football, Carolina Panthers (NFL), third round (77th overall)

Coaching Awards & Honors Nikki Izzo-Brown, Women’s Soccer, Big 12 Coach of the Year Mike Carey, Women’s Basketball, WBCA Victory Club Award (300 wins) Jon Hammond, Rifle, GARC Coach of the Year Bob Huggins, Men’s Basketball, ESPN Infinti Coaches Charity Challenge Second Round Vic Riggs, Men’s Swimming & Diving, Big 12 Coach of the Meet Ja’Juan Seider, Football, Uplifting Athletes Rare Disease Champion Award Finalist Lisa Stoia, Women’s Soccer, NSCAA Central Region Assistant Coach of the Year

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans First Team Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer Kelly Williams, Cross Country/Track & Field Second Team Jack Elliott, Men’s Soccer Third Team Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle Kailey Utley, Women’s Soccer

All-Americans First Team Michael Bamsey, Rifle, NRA Smallbore Kadeisha Buchanan, Women’s Soccer, NSCAA All-America Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle, NRA Air Rifle Meelis Kiisk, Rifle, CRCA, NRA Smallbore Nick Kwiatkoski, Football, ProFootballFocus All-America Ashley Lawrence, Women’s Soccer, NSCAA All-America Jean-Pierre Lucas, Rifle, NRA Smallbore Garrett Spurgeon, Rifle, CRCA, NRA Air Rifle, NRA Smallbore Patrick Sunderman, Rifle, NRA Air Rifle Ginny Thrasher, Rifle, CRCA, NRA Air Rifle Second Team Michael Bamsey, Rifle, CRCA Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer, Senior CLASS Award Bria Holmes, Women’s Basketball, Senior CLASS Award Meelis Kiisk, Rifle, NRA Air Rifle Kirah Koshinski, Gymnastics, NACGC/W Regular Season (Vault) Jamie Merriam, Men’s Soccer, Senior CLASS Award Patrick Sunderman, Rifle, CRCA, NRA Smallbore Ginny Thrasher, Rifle, NRA Smallbore Third Team Karl Joseph, Football, CBS Sports Jean-Pierre Lucas, Rifle, CRCA Freshman Darius Hill, Baseball, Louisville Slugger, National Collegiate Baseball Writers, Baseball America Ivan Vera, Baseball, Baseball All-America Honorable Mention Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle, CRCA, NRA Smallbore Bria Holmes, Women’s Basketball, Associated Press , Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Jean-Pierre Lucas, Rifle, NRA Air Rifle Karl Joseph, Football, SI.com All-American

All-Conference First Team Michaela Abam, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Michael Bamsey, Rifle, All-GARC Smallbore Maggie Bedillion, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Danique Bryan, Track & Field, Outdoor All-Big 12 long jump Kadeisha Buchanan, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Nate Carr, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 400 IM Amy Cashin, Track & Field, Indoor All-Big 12 mile run, Outdoor All-Big 12 3,000-meter steeplechase Chad Donato, Baseball, All-Big 12 Sara Finfrock, Track & Field, Outdoor All-Big 12 pole vault

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Jillian Forsey, Track & Field, Indoor All-Big 12 5,000-meter run Outdoor All-Big 12 5,000-meter run Aidan Fumagalli, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 200 breaststroke Jaimee Gillmore, Women’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 100 freestyle Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle, All-GARC Air Rifle Bria Holmes, Women’s Basketball, All-Big 12 (unanimous selection) Meelis Kiisk, Rifle, All-GARC Combined Score, All-GARC Smallbore Nick Kwiatkoski, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12; ESPN.com All-Big 12, Phil Steele All-Big 12 Kirah Koshinski, Gymnastics, All-Big 12 Vault Ashley Lawrence, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Andrew Marsh, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 100 freestyle Shamoya McNeil, Track & Field, Indoor All-Big 12 triple jump, Outdoor All-Big 12 triple jump Alex Obendorf, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 Platform Tyler Orlosky, Football, ESPN.com All-Big 12 Nick O’Toole, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12; ESPN.com All-Big 12, Phil Steele All-Big 12, Associated Press All-Big 12 Millie Paladino, Track & Field, Indoor All-Big 12 3,000-meter run, Outdoor All-Big 12 1,500-meter run Faith Penny, Track & Field, Indoor All-Big 12 high jump, Outdoor All-Big 12 high jump Michael Proietto, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 1-meter and platform Emma Skelley, Women’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 1,650 freestyle Max Spencer, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 100 breaststroke, All-Big 12 200 breaststroke Garrett Spurgeon, Rifle, All-GARC Air Rifle, All-GARC Combined Score, All-GARC Smallbore Patrick Sunderman, Rifle, All-GARC Air Rifle Hannah Stone, Track & Field, Indoor All-Big 12 high jump, Outdoor All-Big 12 high jump Ginny Thrasher, Rifle, All-GARC Air Rifle, All-GARC Combined Score Kailey Utley, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Rebecca Wendt, Track & Field, Indoor All-Big 12 1,000-meter run Daryl Worley, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12, Phil Steele, All-Big 12, ESPN.com All-Big 12 Second Team Will Anti, Rifle, All-GARC Smallbore Michael Bamsey, Rifle, All-GARC Combined Score Ryan Cain, Men’s Soccer, All-MAC Nate Carr, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 200 IM, All-Big 12 200 backstroke Jackson Cramer, Baseball, All-Big 12 KJ Dillon, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12 Merwane ElMerini, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 50 freestyle, All-Big 12 100 backstroke Aidan Fumagalli, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 100 breaststroke Taylor Gill, Women’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 400 IM Jaimee Gillmore, Women’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 50 freestyle, All-Big 12 100 butterfly Ross Glegg, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 500 freestyle Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle, All-GARC Combined Score Emma Harris, Women’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 200 breaststroke Jay Hickey, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 100 backstroke, All-Big 12 200 backstroke Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Darius Hill, Baseball, All-Big 12 Jake Iotte, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 100 breaststroke, All-Big 12 200 breaststroke Meelis Kiisk, Rifle, All-GARC Air Rifle James Koval, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 1,650 freestyle Nick Kwiatkoski, Football, Associated Press All-Big 12 Andrew Marsh, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 100 butterfly Logan McHenry, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 3-meter, All-Big 12 platform Chris McMahon, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 500 freestyle Lanay Montgomery, Women’s Basketball, All-Big 12 Noble Nwachukwu, Associated Press All-Big 12 Alex Obendorf, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 1 meter Jaysean Paige, Men’s Basketball, Associated Press All-Big 12 Coaches’ All-Big 12 Jean-Pierre Lucas, Rifle, All-GARC Air Rifle, All-GARC Combined Score, All-GARC Smallbore Joey Piatczyc, Men’s Soccer, All-MAC Carla Portillo, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Michael Prioetto, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 3-meter Tyler Orlosky, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12 Kyle Rose, Football, Associated Press All-Big 12 Bianca St. Georges, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Lindsay Schmidt, Women’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 3-meter Emma Skelley, Women’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 500 freestyle Wendell Smallwood, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12, Phil Steele All-Big 12, Associated Press All-Big 12

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Austin Smith, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 platform Hannah Steadman, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Patrick Sunderman, Rifle, All-GARC Smallbore; All-GARC Combined Score Ginny Thrasher, Rifle, All-GARC Smallbore Chase Williams, Men’s Swimming & Diving, All-Big 12 200 butterfly Devin Williams, Men’s Basketball, Associated Press All-Big 12, Coaches’ All-Big 12 Daryl Worley, Football, Associated Press All-Big 12 Third Team KJ Dillon, Football, Phil Steele All-Big 12 Tyler Orlosky, Football, Phil Steele All-Big 12 Honorable Mention Will Anti, Rifle, All-GARC Combined Score Michael Bamsey, Rifle, All-GARC Air Rifle Jared Barber, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12 Kyle Davis, Baseball, All-Big 12 Jimmy Galusky, Baseball, All-Big 12 Shelton Gibson, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12 Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle, All-GARC Smallbore Michael Grove, Baseball, All-Big 12 Karl Joseph, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12 Josh Lambert, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12 Noble Nwachkwu, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12 Arielle Roberson, Women’s Basketball, All-Big 12 Blake Smith, Baseball, All-Big 12 Ivan Vera, Baseball, All-Big 12 Elijah Wellman, Football, Coaches’ All-Big 12, Specialty, All-Newcomer/Freshman Teams Jevon Carter, Men’s Basketball, Coaches’ Big 12 All-Defensive Sh’Nia Gordon, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Freshman Darius Hill, Baseball, All-Big 12 Freshman Tynice Martin, Women’s Basketball, All-Big 12 Freshman Lanay Montgomery, Women’s Basketball, Big 12 All-Defensive Bianca St. Georges, Women’s Soccer, All-Big 12 Freshman Ivan Vera, Baseball, All-Big 12 Freshman

Conference All-Tournament Teams Kadeisha Buchanan, Women’s Soccer, Big 12 Kyle Davis, Baseball, Big 12 Conner Dotson, Baseball, Big 12 Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer, Big 12 KC Huth, Baseball, Big 12 Kirah Koshinski, Gymnastics, Big 12 Kailey Utley, Women’s Soccer, Big 12 Ross Vance, Baseball, Big 12 Devin Williams, Men’s Basketball, Big 12

Conference Major Awards Kadeisha Buchanan, Women’s Soccer, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Kirah Koshinski, Gymnastics, Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Nathan Howells, Men’s Swimming & Diving, Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year Tynice Martin, Women’s Basketball, Big 12 Freshman of the Year Jaysean Paige, Men’s Basketball, Big 12 Sixth Man Award Garrett Spurgeon, Rifle, GARC Senior of the Year GARC Shooter of the Year Bianca St. Georges, Women’s Soccer, Big 12 Co-Freshman of the Year Ginny Thrasher, Rifle, GARC Rookie of the Year

National Awards and Recognition Kadeisha Buchanan, Women’s Soccer, Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy Finalist, 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Best Young Player Award, BMO Canadian Female Player of the Year, Soccer Net News Women’s College Boot Award, Collegiate Women’s Sports Awards Honda Sport Award nominee, CONCACAF Female Player of the Year Award nominee, CONCACAF Female Best XI Defender Award nominee, TopDrawerSoccer.com, Best XI First Team Bria Holmes, Women’s Basketball, Senior CLASS Award finalist Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer, Senior CLASS Award finalist Ashley Lawrence, Women’s Soccer, Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy Semifinalist, CONCACAF Female Best XI Midfielder Award nomine, TopDrawerSoccer.com Best XI Second Team Jaysean Paige, Men’s Basketball, Reese’s NABC Division I All-Stars Tynice Martin, Women’s Basketball, USBWA National Freshman of the Year finalist Jamie Merriam, Men’s Soccer, Senior CLASS Award finalist Devin Williams, Men’s Basketball, Allstate NABC Good Works Team nominee

Regional Awards Alan Cooke, Golf, 97th West Virginia Amateur Champion Kadeisha Buchanan, Women’s Soccer, NSCAA All-Central Region First Team Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer, NSCAA All-Central Region Second Team, Darius Hill, Baseball, ABCA/Rawlings East All-Region First Team, Bria Holmes, Women’s Basketball, WBCA All-Region 3 Team Ashley Lawrence, Women’s Soccer, NSCAA All-Central Region






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First Team Jaysean Paige, Men’s Basketball, USBWA All-District II Team Jon Ransone, Golf, U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier Hannah Stedman, Women’s Soccer, NSCAA All-Central Region Third Team Kailey Utley, Women’s Soccer, NSCAA All-Central Region First Team Devin Williams, Men’s Basketball, USBWA All-District II Team

Academic All-Conference First Team Darren Arndt, Football Aria Asselta, Rowing Hailey Barrett, Women’s Tennis Maggie Bedillion, Women’s Soccer Robyn Bernard, Gymnastics Madeline Bolin, Women’s Swimming & Diving Brandon Boone, Baseball Mackenzie Braden, Women’s Swimming & Diving Megan Brophy, Rowing Alisha Brownfield, Rowing Jevon Carter, Men’s Basketball Amy Cashin, Cross Country, Track & Field Lyn Yuen Choo, Women’s Tennis Allie Coates, Rowing Shaun Corso, Baseball Amelie Currat, Women’s Swimming & Diving Emily Deming, Rowing John DePalma, Football Alyssa Diehl, Cross Country Maggie Drazba, Cross Country Leah Emaus, Women’s Soccer Morgan Emter, Women’s Swimming & Diving Rachel Faulds, Cross Country Kelsey Frantz, Women’s Swimming & Diving Aidan Fumagalli, Men’s Swimming & Diving Gianna Gotterba, Volleyball Jordan Gillette, Gymnastics Jamiee Gillmore, Women’s Swimming & Diving Ross Glegg, Men’s Swimming & Diving Ray Guerrini, Baseball Brynn Harshbarger, Cross Country Susannah Hartlove, Rowing Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer Elizabeth Hooper, Rowing Nathan Howells, Men’s Swimming & Diving Melissa Idell, Gymnastics Jake Iotte, Men’s Swimming & Diving Elizabeth Kantak, Rowing Brianna Kerekes, Cross Country, Track & Field James Koval, Men’s Swimming & Diving Corinne Kule, Cross Country Jaida Lawrence, Gymnastics Carolina Lewis, Women’s Tennis Andrew Marsh, Men’s Swimming & Diving Celia Martinez De La Torree, Women’s Swimming & Diving Shamoya McNeil, Track & Field Joe Miller, Men’s Swimming & Diving Daxter Miles, Men’s Basketball Morgan Montgomery, Volleyball Louisa Morgan, Rowing Kaja Mrgole, Women’s Tennis Katie Murto, Women’s Swimming & Diving Tyler Orlosky, Football Millie Paladino, Cross Country Savanna Plombon, Cross Country, Track & Field Abbigail Rees, Rowing Lindsay Schmidt, Women’s Swimming & Diving Sydney Scott, Cross Country, Track & Field Habiba Shaker, Women’s Tennis Khairi Shariff, Football Hannah Shereve, Volleyball Jackson Sigman, Baseball Emma Skelley, Women’s Swimming & Diving Maxwell Spencer, Men’s Swimming & Diving Jacqueline Spiropoulos, Rowing Hannah Stone, Track & Field Paige Szabat, Cross Country Ross Vance, Baseball Kailey Utley, Women’s Soccer Bria Welker, Track & Field Rebecca Wendt, Track & Field Kelly Williams, Cross Country, Track & Field Chris Williams, Golf Loren Williams, Women’s Swimming & Diving Second Team Nathan Adrian, Men’s Basketball Amanda Bowman, Gymnastics Kadeisha Buchanan, Women’s Soccer Alan Cooke, Golf

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Jackson Cramer, Baseball Frank Csonka, Men’s Swimming & Diving Kyle Davis, Baseball Sara Finfrock, Track & Field Philomena Fiorenzi, Women’s Swimming & Diving Madelin Gardner, Track & Field Alexa Goldberg, Gymnastics Austin Green, Men’s Swimming & Diving Bria Holmes, Women’s Basketball Skyler Howard, Football Ashley Lawrence, Women’s Soccer Grant Lingafelter, Football Emma Luigard, Women’s Swimming & Diving Yvon Martinez, Women’s Tennis Zeke Moisey, Wrestling Zaakira Muhammad, Gymnastics Chris Nelson, Wrestling Nick O’Toole, Football Andrew Riebel, Men’s Swimming & Diving Bubba Scheffel, Wrestling Mason Short, Golf Devin Williams, Men’s Basketball

All-Big 12 Rookie Team Cole Austin, Baseball Jacob Brewer, Baseball Tanner Campbell, Baseball Michael Grove, Baseball Endy Morales, Baseball Alexis Brewer, Women’s Basketball Katrina Pardee, Women’s Basketball Yassemeen Sa’Dullah, Women’s Basketball Lauren Saiki, Women’s Basketball Olivia Seggie, Women’s Basketball Anna French, Cross Country Olivia Hill, Cross Country Tristan Nicholls, Golf Carly Galpin, Gymnastics Kirah Koshinski, Gymnastics Jaquie Tun, Gymnastics Tiara Wright, Gymnastics Madison Hrynda, Rowing Carly Ledbetter, Rowing Hannah Abraham, Women’s Soccer Laurel Carpenter, Women’s Soccer Patricia Fernandez, Women’s Soccer Vanessa Flores, Women’s Soccer Sh’Nia Gordon, Women’s Soccer Easther Mayi Kith, Women’s Soccer Amanda Saymon, Women’s Soccer Bianca St. Georges, Women’s Soccer Georgia Baldus, Women’s Swimming & Diving Marah Bieger, Women’s Swimming & Diving Emmott Blitch, Men’s Swimming & Diving Julia Calcut, Women’s Swimming & Diving Emilie Chambers, Women’s Swimming & Diving Drew Damich, Men’s Swimming & Diving Fernando Duenas, Men’s Swimming & Diving Lexi Glassmire, Women’s Swimming & Diving Sam Hall, Women’s Swimming & Diving Emma Harris, Women’s Swimming & Diving Adam Poe, Men’s Swimming & Diving Jake Preaskorn, Men’s Swimming & Diving Mary Smith, Women’s Swimming & Diving Jake Williams, Men’s Swimming & Diving Madelyn Woods, Women’s Swimming & Diving Paula Goetz, Tennis Abigail Roisello, Tennis Kirsten White, Tennis Danique Bryan, Track & Field Jordan Hess, Track & Field Chaqieta Robinson, Track & Field Connor Flynn, Wrestling

All-Big 12 Academic At-Large Team First Team Jad Arslan, Men’s Soccer Michael Bamsey, Rifle Ivo Cabral, Men’s Soccer Mike Desiderio, Men’s Soccer Jack Elliott, Men’s Soccer Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle Meelis Kiisk, Rifle Zak Leedom, Men’s Soccer Patrick Sunderman, Rifle Second Team Felix Angerer, Men’s Soccer Jamie Merriam, Men’s Soccer Jean-Pierre Lucas, Rifle Garrett Spurgeon, Rifle

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Academic Momentum Award by the Scholar Baller

NSCAA Team Academic Award

Taylor Gill, Women’s Swimming & Diving, First Team

NSCAA Scholar All-America

Academic All-MAC Haydon Bennett, Men’s Soccer Ivo Cabral, Men’s Soccer Mike Desiderio, Men’s Soccer Jack Elliott, Men’s Soccer Zak Leedom, Men’s Soccer Louis Thomas, Men’s Soccer CoSIDA Academic All-District II Carly Black, Women’s Soccer Amy Cashin, Track & Field/Cross Country Jack Elliott, Men’s Soccer Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle, At-Large Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer Nathan Howells, Men’s Swimming, At-Large Kailey Utley, Women’s Soccer Kelly Williams, Track & Field/Cross Country

College Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) Scholastic All-America Team Will Anti Michael Bamsey Elizabeth Gratz Meelis Kiisk

Jean-Pierre Lucas Garrett Spurgeon Patrick Sunderman Ginny Thrasher

College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) National Scholar-Athletes Alisha Brownfield Emily Deming Elizabeth Hooper

Madison James Louisa Morgan Jacqueline Spiropoulos

College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Team Award West Virginia Women’s Swimming & Diving Team

College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Team Emmott Blitch, Honorable Mention Julia Calcut, Honorable Mention Amelie Currat, Honorable Mention Aidan Fumagalli, Honorable Mention Jaimee Gillmore, Honorable Mention Andrew Marsh, First Team Lindsay Schmidt, Honorable Mention Madelyn Woods, Honorable Mention

Mid-American Conference Distinguished Scholar Athletes Jack Elliott

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Women’s Soccer Kailey Utley, Women’s Soccer, Third Team

NSCAA Scholar All-East Region Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer, Third Team Kailey Utley, Women’s Soccer, Second Team

Cactus Bowl MVPs Skyler Howard, Football, Offensive MVP

Curtis Jones Jr. Award Terrell Chestnut

Ed Pastilong Award Jared Barber

Academic Awards Carly Black, Women’s Soccer, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award John DePalma, Football, National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society Allie Diehl, Track & Field/Cross Country, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award Maggie Drazba, Track & Field/Cross Country, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award Taylor Gill, Women’s Swimming & Diving, Academic Momentum Award First Team Elizabeth Gratz, Rifle, WVU GARC Scholar-Athlete of the Year Peyton Hampson, Track & Field/Cross Country, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award Amanda Hill, Women’s Soccer, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award, 2016 Order of Augusta, WVU Foundation Outstanding Scholar, Big 12 Dr. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarship Brianna Kerekes, Track & Field/Cross Country, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award Corinne Kule, Track & Field/Cross Country, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award Katie Murto, Women’s Swimming & Diving, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award, Big 12 Dr. Prentice Gautt Postgraduate Scholarship Sydney Scott, Track & Field/Cross Country, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award Hannah Shreve, Volleyball, Big 12 Conference’s Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award, WVU Foundation Outstanding Senior Kelly Williams, Women’s Track & Field, Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Big 12 Athlete of the Year Nominees Kadeisha Buchanan, Football Tyler Orlosky, Football

Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year Nominees Avery Schneider, Men’s Golf Hannah Shreve, Volleyball


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With a penchant for setting new standards and taking Mountaineer women’s basketball to heights previously not thought of, Mike Carey enters his 16th season as head coach of the West Virginia University women’s basketball team. His achievements speak volumes: the program’s all-time wins leader with 322 career victories; a school-record 30 wins; the highest national rankings in program history; 10 21-win seasons in 13 years—a school record; 10 consecutive postseason appearances—a school record; 34 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; three conference championship game appearances; consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2007, 2008 and 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014) and nine trips in 13 years (2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016). In 15 seasons at WVU, the three-time conference coach of the year has posted a 322-171 (.653) record. He holds the highest winning percentage in program history and reached 200 wins the fastest, doing so in his 10th season. Under his direction, WVU is 182-46 (.798) against non-conference opponents including an impressive 96-7 (.932) mark at the WVU Coliseum. For his career, Carey boasts a 610-273 (.691) record in 28 years of coaching.




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Carey All-Time vs. the Big 12 Conference Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9 Iowa State . . . . . . . 7-2 Kansas . . . . . . . . . . 6-2 Kansas State . . . . . 8-1 Oklahoma . . . . . . . . 5-5

Oklahoma State . . . 5-3 TCU . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1 Texas . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Texas Tech . . . . . . . 5-4

Carey’s Milestone Wins 1 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600

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 vs. Bucknell, Dec. 28, 2011 vs. Iowa State, Jan. 29, 2014 vs. Kansas, Jan. 16, 2016

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In 2015-16, Carey developed one of the nation’s youngest teams into another top-25 finish, as the Mountaineers finished 25-10 overall and 12-6 in Big 12 Conference action to place third in the league. The Mountaineers reached their 10th consecutive postseason appearance and returned to the NCAA Tournament for the ninth time under Carey. WVU picked up two Top 25 victories over No. 20/21 Oklahoma and No. 22 Oklahoma State. West Virginia reached the NCAA Tournament Second Round for the ninth time in program history. WVU finished ranked in the Associated Press and USA TODAY Sports Coaches poll for the fifth time in program history. WVU won a 2015-16 NCAA Statistical Award after leading the nation with 6.5 blocked shots per game. He was honored at the end of the season for his 300-plus victories with the WBCA Victory Club award. Mountaineer standout Bria Holmes capped her illustrious career as the program’s highest WNBA draft pick with her 11th overall selection in the first round by the Atlanta Dream in April 2016. Holmes, a native of New Haven, Connecticut, finished third in all-time scoring at WVU with 2,001 points and ranks in WVU’s top 10 in multiple statistical categories. Holmes was a three-time unanimous All-Big 12 Honorable Mention Selection and was a four time All-American Honorable Mention selection by the Associated Press and the WBCA. Additionally, Holmes was named to the Senior CLASS Award All-America Second Team. Junior center Lanay Montgomery was named to the 2015-16 Big 12 All-Defensive Team and garnered All-Big 12 Second Team accolades. Senior Arielle Roberson picked up All-Big 12 Honorable Mention. Rookie Tynice Martin was named the Big 12’s Freshman of the Year and was a finalist for the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) National Freshman of the Year. With the loss of six seniors from the 2014 Big 12 Championship team, Carey retooled his lineup to help the Mountaineers set records and reach the WNIT Championship game in 2014-15. The Mountaineers knocked off three Top-25 programs (No. 21 Oklahoma State, No. 24 Oklahoma and No. 24 Texas

and WVU played UCLA in front of a raucous crowd of 8,658 in the WNIT title game held at the Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, West Virginia. His 2014-15 Mountaineers posted a new school record and tied the nation with 19 home victories. West Virginia set new single-season marks with 1,621 rebounds and 242 blocks. The Mountaineers’ 6.4 blocks per game led the Big 12 and ranked 10th nationally. Holmes became only the third West Virginia player to garner consecutive first team all-conference honors with her First Team All-Big 12 designation. The New Haven, Connecticut native’s 716 points were second most in a single-season by a WVU junior. She also set a new season records with 37 double-figure scoring games and 1,389 minutes played. Holmes, a WBCA All-America Honorable Mention, later earned an invite to the 2015 USA Basketball Pan American Games and World University Games Team Trials. Also in 2014-15, center Montgomery became the first Mountaineer to eclipse the century mark in single-season blocks. The dominant post deflected 124 blocks, leading the Big 12 and finishing 10th nationally.

Five Consecutive NCAA Appearances In only his second season in the Big 12 Conference, Carey led the Mountaineers to a 2014 Big 12 regular-season championship title, finishing with a 16-2 league record and sharing the top of the league standings with Baylor. Carey was named Big 12 Coach of the Year as the Mountaineers captured a conference regular-season title for the first time since winning the Atlantic 10 title in 1992. The Mountaineers made a run to the Big 12 Championship title game, while senior center Asya Bussie and sophomore guard Holmes were named to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team. In addition to the tournament, Bussie and Holmes were All-Big 12 First Team honorees, including a unanimous selection for Holmes. Bussie was also named Big 12 All-Defensive Team alongside classmate Jess Harlee and Taylor Palmer as the Big 12’s Sixth Man of the Year. The 2013-14 season had many firsts. WVU recorded its most wins in program history with a 30-5 overall record, made its fifth consecutive NCAA appearance with a No. 2 seed—the highest in program history, recorded its highest ranking to date in program history at No. 5 in the Associated Press poll and recorded wins over five top-25 teams, including four in the top 15, also a feat never done before. At the close of the season, Bussie was selected in the second round by the Minnesota Lynx as the No. 15 overall pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft. At the time, Bussie became WVU’s highest WNBA Draft pick in program history. The Randallstown, Maryland, native

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was a two-time All-American Honorable Mention selection by the Associated Press and the WBCA. The 2012-13 season marked the fourth consecutive NCAA appearance for Carey and the Mountaineers. Closing out its inaugural season in the Big 12 Conference with a 17-14 overall record and a 9-9 mark in league play, WVU landed a No. 6 seed in its first-ever Big 12 Conference Tournament. Four Mountaineers added all-conference honors to their names as Christal Caldwell earned first team, Ayana Dunning closed out her career with an honorable mention accolade, Jess Harlee was named to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team and Holmes landed a spot on the Big 12 All-Freshman Team. Although it was its inaugural season in the Big 12 Conference, Carey continued to play a tough schedule, facing eight opponents, four twice, ranked in the top-50 RPI, defeating back-to-back top-25 Associated Press ranked teams en route to three total wins over ranked opponents, recorded seven road wins and trailed by 10 or more in three games, in which the Mountaineers rallied for a comeback win. The West Virginia women’s basketball program set a new attendance record as 13,447 fans came to the Coliseum for WVU’s March 2 game against No. 1 Baylor, an attendance figure that ranked in the top-10 nationally for a regular-season game. Off the court, six Mountaineers were honored by the conference on the Academic All-Big 12 team, the most players of any team to earn the honor. In the 2011-12 season, Carey coached a Mountaineer squad returning only one senior and one starter from the previous season to its third

consecutive NCAA Tournament and fourth in the last five seasons. Predicted to finish ninth in the Big East Preseason Coaches’ Poll, the Mountaineers exceeded expectations finishing in a tie for fourth place and earning a bye in the Big East Championship. WVU’s scoring defense ranked in the top 10 nationally all season, closing out the year at No. 6, and held 23 opponents to under 60 points. WVU defeated 17 opponents by a double-figure margin and out-rebounded 28 opponents, including 13 Big East teams in the regular season. For the first time in program history, WVU defeated three-straight top 25 teams, including the highest ranked opponent in program history as the Mountaineers took a 65-63 victory from No. 2 Notre Dame in front of a sold out crowd on national television. The win was WVU’s first ever in Notre Dame, Ind. Carey saw three players earn all-conference honors as junior Asya Bussie, the 15th player in WVU history to reach 1,000 points and 500 rebounds, was named first team All-BIG EAST, sophomore Christal Caldwell earned All-BIG EAST honorable mention and Linda Stepney was named to the All-BIG EAST freshman team.

EAST preseason honors. The season opened on a 19-0 win streak, the best start to a season in program history, and the Mountaineers moved up to the highest-ever ranking in program history at No. 6 in the polls, staying there for four-straight weeks. Within its undefeated start, WVU defeated No. 21 TCU, Virginia and No. 19 Iowa State on the way to becoming Paradise Jam Island Division Champions. Senior cocaptains Repella and Madina Ali were named to the all-tournament team, while

A Decade of Success The Mountaineers experienced success from the start of the 2010-11 season as WVU earned its highest-ever preseason ranking in the Associated Press poll at No. 11 with seniors Liz Repella and Sarah Miles earning BIG

THE CAREY YEARS AT WEST VIRGINIA> 25-10, 12-6 Big 12 All-Big 12 Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 3 NCAA Second Round West Virginia returned to the NCAA Tournament for the 11th time in program history, despite having the sixth-youngest team nationally by scholarship percentage. The revamped Mountaineers finished 2015-16 with a 25-10 overall record and a 12-6 Big 12 mark to place third in the Big 12 Conference. WVU reached the Big 12 semifinals and defeated Princeton, 7465, to advance to the NCAA’s Second Round. The was a year of milestones for coach Mike Carey, who entered his 15th season at the helm of the program. On November 24 in Spokane, Washington, the Mountaineers picked up a 68-50 win over Grand Canyon to mark Carey’s

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300th career victory. Just two games later on December 2 in Morgantown, West Virginia dominated Morehead State, 94-56, for Carey’s 302nd victory. The win helped Carey surpass legendary coach Kittie Blakemore as WVU women’s basketball’s all-time wins leader. And finally on January 16, Carey registered his 600th career win as the Mountaineers toppled Kansas 72-35 in Morgantown. The Mountaineers completed the nonconference portion of the season with an 11-2 mark, including a nine-game win streak from November 24 to December 28. During that stretch, WVU netted its 11th consecutive Chesapeake Energy Capital Classic title over in-state foe Marshall, 66-60. Additionally, WVU shared the Florida Sunshine Classic tournament title in Winter Park, Florida, with Big

12 member Baylor after picking up wins over eventual NCAA Tournament participants Indiana and James Madison. West Virginia finished third in the Big 12 after coaches predicted the team to place sixth in the preseason poll. Bria Holmes garnered multiple accolades including Associated Press and WBCA All-America Honorable Mention. She was tabbed a Senior CLASS Award Second Team Honoree and for a third consecutive year was named a unanimous All-Big 12 First Team selection. Holmes became the program’s highest draft pick with her 11th overall selection by the Atlanta Dream in the 2016 WNBA Draft. Lanay Montgomery was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team and Big 12 All-Defensive Team. Tynice Martin became the first Mountaineer to win

the Big 12 Freshman of the Year Award and was named a finalist for the USBWA National Freshman of the Year. Arielle Roberson also picked up All-Big 12 Honorable Mention. West Virginia finished No. 23 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll and No. 25 in the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Top 25 Poll. West Virginia collected top 25 wins over No. 21 Oklahoma and No. 22 Oklahoma State. Additionally, WVU won a NCAA Statistical Award after leading the nation with 6.5 blocked shots per game.

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• WVU has made 12 postseason appearances in the last 13 years, including nine NCAA tournament appearances. • WVU has recorded a program-record 10 21-win seasons in 13 years (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016). • Holds WVU’s highest winning percentage of any coach in program history and was the fastest to 200 wins, doing so in his 10th season. • WVU has made three conference championship game appearances (2006, 2010, 2014). • The Mountaineers finished in the top half of league standings in nine of the last 12 years, including in the top-four six times. • West Virginia has reached postseason play in a school-record 10 consecutive seasons after making a NCAA Championship Second Round appearance in 2016. • WVU won a 2016 NCAA Statistical award after leading the nation with 6.5 blocked shots per game.

consecutive postseason appearance. West Virginia finished with a 23-15 overall record and a 7-11 mark in Big 12 play. The Mountaineers collected three Top 25 victories with triumphs over No. 21/20 Oklahoma State, No. 24 Oklahoma and No. 24 Texas. West Virginia extended its home court win streak to 16 games before that run was snapped by Baylor. WVU’s 19 home victories set a program record and tied for the most in the nation. As a team, WVU set new singleseason records in games played (38), rebounds (1,621) and blocks (242). West Virginia’s 6.4 blocks per game led the Big 12 and ranked 10th nationally. West Virginia narrowly missed the NCAA Tournament, as one of the NCAA’s First Four Out. The Mountaineers bounced back to win a program-best five consecutive games in the Postseason WNIT Tournament. The Mountaineers fell, 62-60, to UCLA

• In April 2016, Mountaineer Bria Holmes became the program’s highest WNBA Draft pick with her 11th overall selection in the first round by the Atlanta Dream. • Guided the Mountaineers to a programrecord and tied for a nation-leading 19 wins at home during the 2014-15 season. • WVU made its second WNIT Championship game appearance in 2015, recording its longest postseason win streak in program history with five wins. • Named 2014 Big 12 Coach of the Year after guiding WVU to the Big 12 Regular-Season Championship title in its second season in the league. It was the first conference regular-season title since WVU won the Atlantic 10 title in 1992. • Snapped then-No. 6/5 Baylor’s 35-game Big 12 win streak with a 71-69 victory in Waco, Texas, on March 2, 2014 en route to defeating five ranked opponents, including four in the top 15, in one season. • Holds 34 victories over top 25 opponents, while WVU reached its highest ranking in program history at No. 5 during the 2014 season. • Set a program record with 30 overall wins and 27 regular-season wins in 2014. • WVU earned a No. 2 seed—the highest in program history—in the 2014 NCAA tournament. • The Mountaineers broke a program scoring record set in 1981 with 2,581 total points in 2014. • WVU set a new women’s basketball attendance record at the WVU Coliseum with 13,447 fans in attendance against No. 1 Baylor on March 2, 2013. • On Feb. 12, 2012, WVU defeated its highestranked opponent in second-ranked Notre Dame, 65-63, at Purcell Pavilion in front of a sellout crowd on national television.

in the WNIT Championship game in front of a raucous crowd of 8,658 Mountaineer fans at the Charleston Civic Center. Junior guard Bria Holmes became only the third West Virginia player to garner consecutive first team all-conference honors with her First Team All-Big 12 designation. The New Haven, Connecticut, native’s 716 points were second most in a single-season by a WVU junior. She also set a new season records with 37 double-figure scoring games and 1,389 minutes played. Holmes, a WBCA All-America Honorable Mention, later earned an invite to the 2015 USA Basketball Pan American Games and World University Games Team Trials. Center Lanay Montgomery became the first Mountaineer to eclipse the century mark in single-season blocks. The dominant post deflected 124 blocks, leading the Big 12 and finishing 10th nationally. Senior Averee Fields became

• Closed out the 2012 season with its field-goal percentage defense ranked No. 3 and scoring defense ranked No. 6 nationally, remaining in the top 10 for the entire season. • WVU earned its highest preseason ranking in the 2010-11 Associated Press and USA Today/ ESPN Coaches’ preseason polls at No. 11. • Recorded the best start to a season and matched the longest win streak in program history, starting 19-0 in 2011. • WVU recorded 17 home wins in 2009-10, setting a single-season school record. • WVU earned first preseason ranking in the 2007-08 AP (18) and USA Today/ESPN Coaches’ (22) Polls. • WVU ranked in the top 20 all season for the first time in school history in 2008. • The Mountaineers experienced back-to-back NCAA tournament appearances for the first time in program history in 2007 and 2008. • WVU defeated the then-highest ranked road team in program history with a 79-70 victory over No. 5 Louisville on Feb. 7, 2009. • WVU’s 11 Big East wins marked a sevengame improvement from 2006 to 2007, the second-best turnaround in league history. • WVU became the first No. 12 seed in the 24year history of Big East women’s basketball to win a game, let alone advance all the way to the championship game in 2006. • WVU won more postseason Big East games under coach Carey than it did under any other coach in WVU history. • WVU appeared in its first postseason WNIT title game in 2005. • The Mountaineers recorded 20 regular-season wins in 2007—the most since 1992 (25).

the 32nd Mountaineer to reach the 1,000-point club with her 12 points against Buffalo on March 19. Fields was tabbed a CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica Second Team honoree, Haier America Achievement Award winner for February 2015 and the Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

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led by five seniors, the Mountaineers broke a program scoring record set in 1981 with 2,581 total points. In only his second season in the Big 12 Conference, coach Mike Carey led the Mountaineers to a Big 12 RegularSeason Championship title, finishing with a 16-2 league record and sharing the top of the league standings with Baylor. Carey was named Big 12 Coach of the Year as the Mountaineers captured a conference regular-season title for the first time since winning the Atlantic 10 title in 1992. Senior Asya Bussie earned All-Big 12 First Team and Big 12 All-Defensive Team honors, while sophomore Bria Holmes was a unanimous selection to the All-Big 12 First Team. Senior Jess Harlee joined Bussie on the Big 12 All-Defensive Team and added Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year to her resume. Senior Taylor Palmer earned the league’s Sixth Man of the Year award. Bussie became

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Carey’s All-Conference Players * unanimous selection Big 12 Freshman of the Year: Tynice Martin, 2016 Big 12 Sixth Man of the Year: Taylor Palmer, 2014 Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Jess Harlee, 2014; Averee Fields, 2015 Big East Defensive Player of the Year: Sarah Miles, 2010 Big East Most Improved Player Award: Sarah Miles, 2009 Big East Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award: Liz Repella, 2009 Big East Sportsmanship Award: Meg Bulger, 2008 Big East Freshman of the Year: Meg Bulger, 2004 First Team (11): Asya Bussie, 2012, 2014 Bria Holmes, 2014*, 2015*, 2016* Christal Caldwell, 2013 Liz Repella, 2010, 2011 Olayinka Sanni, 2007, 2008 Meg Bulger, 2005* Second Team (12): Lanay Montgomery, 2016 Madina Ali, 2011 Sarah Miles, 2010 Takisha Granberry, 2009 Liz Repella, 2009

Meg Bulger, 2006, 2008 LaQuita Owens, 2007, 2008 Yolanda Paige, 2005 Kate Bulger, 2002, 2004 Third Team (2): Yolanda Paige, 2004 Kate Bulger, 2003 Honorable Mention (6): Arielle Roberson, 2016 Averee Fields, 2015 Ayana Dunning, 2013 Christal Caldwell, 2012 Korinne Campbell, 2010 Chakhia Cole, 2007 Freshman Team (7): Tynice Martin, 2016 Bria Holmes, 2013 Linda Stepney, 2012 Asya Bussie, 2010* Meg Bulger, 2004 Sherell Sowho, 2002 Yolanda Paige, 2002 ALL-Defensive Team (4): Lanay Montgomery, 2016 Asya Bussie, 2014 Jess Harlee, 2013 & 2014 All-Tournament Team (7): Asya Bussie, 2014 Bria Holmes, 2014 Liz Repella, 2010 Sarah Miles, 2010 Chakhia Cole, 2006 Britney Davis-White, 2006 Yolanda Paige, 2004

Carey’s WNBA Players Olayinka Sanni (2005-08) Phoenix Mercury, 2011 Detroit Shock, 2009 & 2010 Yelena Leuchanka (2004-06) Atlanta Dream, 2010 Washington Mystics, 2007 Charlotte Sting, 2006

Kate Bulger (2001-04) Drafted by Minnesota Lynx, 2004 Asya Bussie (2010-12, 2014) Drafted by Minnesota Lynx, 2014 Bria Holmes (2013-16)Drafted by Atlanta Dream, 2016

Yolanda Paige(2002-05) Indiana Fever, 2005 & 2006

Carey’s Olympians Natalie Burton (2009-12) Australia, 2016 Rio Olympics Yelena Leuchanka (2004-06) Belarus, 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2016 Rio Olympics

>THE CAREY YEARS AT WEST VIRGINIA > a two-time All-American Honorable Mention selection (WBCA & AP), while Holmes joined her on the team for the AP. At the close of the season, Bussie was selected in the second round by the Minnesota Lynx as the No. 15 overall pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft. At the time, Bussie became WVU’s highest WNBA Draft pick in program history.

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names as Christal Caldwell earned first team, Ayana Dunning closed out her career with an honorable mention accolade, Jess Harlee was named to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team and Bria Holmes landed a spot on the Big 12 All-Freshman Team. Although it was its inaugural season in the Big 12 Conference, Carey continued to play a tough schedule, facing eight opponents, four twice, ranked in the top-50 RPI, defeating back-to-back top-25 Associated Press ranked teams en route to three total wins over ranked opponents, recorded seven road wins and trailed by 10 or more in three games, in which the Mountaineers rallied for a comeback win. The West Virginia women’s basketball program set a new attendance record as 13,447 fans came to the Coliseum for WVU’s March 2 game against No. 1 Baylor, an attendance figure that ranked in the top-10 nationally for a

regular-season game. Off the court, six Mountaineers were honored by the conference on the Academic All-Big 12 team, the most players of any team to earn the honor.



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The 2011-12 Mountaineer squad that returned only one senior and one starter from the previous season, advanced to its third consecutive NCAA tournament and fourth in the last five seasons. Predicted to finish ninth in the Big East Preseason Coaches’ Poll, the Mountaineers exceeded expectations finished in a tie for fourth place and earned a bye in the Big East Tournament. WVU’s scoring defense ranked in the top 10 nationally all season, closing out the year at No. 6, and held 23 opponents to under 60

points. WVU defeated 17 opponents by a double-figure margin and outrebounded 28 opponents, including 13 Big East teams in the regular season. For the first time in program history, WVU defeated three-straight top 25 teams, including the highest ranked opponent in program history as the Mountaineers took a 65-63 victory from No. 2 Notre Dame in front of a sold out crowd on national television. The win was WVU’s first ever in Notre Dame, Ind. Mike Carey saw three players earn all-conference honors as junior Asya Bussie, the 15th player in WVU history to reach 1,000 points and 500 rebounds, was named All-Big East First Team, sophomore Christal Caldwell earned All-Big East Honorable Mention and Linda Stepney was named to the All-Big East Freshman Team.






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Repella also earned MVP honors. Driven by Carey’s motivation for defensive play, the Mountaineers’ scoring defense ranked No. 1 nationally for fivestraight weeks and stayed within the top-10 nationwide for the entire season. WVU was led by five seniors, who amassed the most wins in two seasons in program history with a 53-15 mark. Carey recorded his 200th win as head coach at WVU on Feb. 19, 2011 as the Mountaineers tallied their highest point total of the season with a 90-79 win at Pitt. Under Carey’s guidance, WVU recorded six 20-win seasons in the last eight years, made its fifth NCAA appearance in eight seasons and its fourth NCAA Second Round appearance in the last five seasons. Ali was named to the All-BIG EAST second team, while Repella earned first-team honors for the second consecutive season. Repella was named a Capital One Academic All-America first team member in back-to-back seasons and was named to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award All-America second team as a finalist for the award. With 50 percent of its games on television and nine games nationally televised, including ESPN2’s Big Monday, WVU experienced some of its greatest crowds in program history. Six crowds ranked in the top 20 all time at the WVU Coliseum, helping the Mountaineers to a school record for total (49,648) and average (3,103) home attendance; ranking 35th of all NCAA Division I programs and recording the

2 4-10, 8-8 Big East All-Big East Selections: 2 All-American Honors: 1 NCAA Second Round The Mountaineers experienced success from the start of the 2010-11 season as WVU earned its highest-ever preseason ranking in the Associated Press poll at No. 11 with seniors Liz Repella and Sarah Miles earning Big East preseason honors. The season opened on a 19-0 win streak, the best start to a season in program history, and the Mountaineers moved up to the highest-ever ranking in program history at No. 6 in the polls, staying there for four-straight weeks. Driven by Carey’s motivation for defensive play, the Mountaineers’ scoring defense ranked No. 1 nationally for five-straight weeks and stayed within the top-10 nationwide for the entire season. WVU was led by five seniors, who amassed the most

fifth-largest per game increase nationally from the previous season. 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 second-longest 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. In 2008-09, Carey 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.

wins in two seasons in program history with a 53-15 mark. WVU recorded its sixth 20-win season in the last eight years, made its fifth NCAA appearance in eight seasons and its fourth NCAA Second Round appearance in the last five seasons. Ali was named to the AllBig East Second Team, while Repella earned First Team honors for the second consecutive season. Repella was named a Capital One Academic All-America First Team member in back-to-back seasons and was named to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award All-America Second Team as a finalist for the award. 2 9-6, 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

Carey guided Repella and Takisha Granberry to allBIG 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 second-most 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 AllAmerica 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 regularseason 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

East Coaches’ Poll, the Mountaineers exceeded all expectations, won a school-record 29 games, programbest 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 All-Tournament Team honors. Liz Repella became the program’s second WVUWomensBasketball 

Academic All-American First Team member 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 AllLeague Honorable Mention honors. 

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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.

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(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. Meg Bulger earned Associated Press honorable mention AllAmerica accolades and all-BIG EAST second team recognition. In 2004-05, the Mountaineers posted a 21-13 mark and reached the postseason WNIT championship game. 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 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 after 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. Under Carey’s guidance, West Virginia won six more conference games (10-6) than it did in all of the previous seasons. It was the second-best league turnaround from one season to the next in BIG EAST history. Among highly noted victories, Carey led WVU to wins over two ranked teams in 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. Three Mountaineers garnered all-conference recognition under Carey’s guidance: freshman Meg Bulger was named freshman of the year; sister and senior guard Kate Bulger was named to the 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, 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 all-BIG 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 AllStar 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. During the early signing period of the 2003-04 campaign, Carey inked the 17th-best recruiting class by All-Star.

Academic Success Under Carey’s guidance 44 student-athletes have graduated and 218 Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll Awards have been earned. With a high regard for academics, Carey had six players named to the Academic All-Big 12 team in WVU’s inaugural season in the league, the most players of any team to earn the honor. Sixteen total players have been named to the Academic All-Big 12 Team, while 31 players were

>THE CAREY YEARS AT WEST VIRGINIA > 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 semifinal 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 AllAmerican Honorable Mention honors, while Meg Bulger and LaQuita Owens were named to the conference’s

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 rebounds 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.

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Second Team. Sanni was later drafted by the WNBA’s Detroit Shock and won a championship with them in her rookie campaign.

21-11, 11-5 Big East All-Big East Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 1 NCAA 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 then-highest 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 AP All-American Honorable Mention 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.

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






named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Junior Jess Harlee, an industrial engineering major, earned the national title of the 2013 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar of the Year by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Magazine and went on to be named the 2014 Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In 2015, senior Averee Fields became the first Mountaineer to win the Haier Achievement Award. Fields would later become a Capital One Academic All-America second team selection – the second Academic All-America honoree under Mike Carey. Fields was also named the 2015 Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Carey experienced his largest graduating class in 2011, which had six graduates. Part of that class was two-time CoSIDA first team all-America selection Liz Repella, the second player in program history to receive such an honor. She also was named to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award All-America second team as a finalist for the award, leading WVU to a team grade point average of 3.14. Repella became Carey’s first CoSIDA 2015-16 Academic All-District II first team member vs. No. 20 Oklahoma in 2009 and she did so again in 2010. vs. No. 22 Oklahoma State Repella was recognized by the BIG EAST 2014-15 in 2009 and 2011 as she earned the at No. 21 Oklahoma State conference’s Scholar-Athlete Sport vs. No. 24 Oklahoma Excellence Award. vs. No. 24 Texas In 2003, Jess Fisher earned 2013-14 CoSIDA Academic All-District at No. 6 Baylor II second team honors and vs. No. 12 Oklahoma State Sparkle Davis joined her vs. No. 23 Iowa State with the accolade a at No. 13 Iowa State vs. No. 11 Oklahoma State year later.

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2012-13 at No. 19 Oklahoma State vs. No. 21 Oklahoma at No. 24 Iowa State

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 All-America Honorable Mention accolades.

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 firstever 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 on the season, tops in the NCAA, and finished with 902 for her career, the seventh-best total in NCAA history. Bulger posted 663  

2011-12 at No. 2 Notre Dame No. 12 Rutgers vs. No. 12 Georgetown in the Big East quarterfinals No. 14 Louisville vs. No. 25 UCLA

2008-09 at No. 5 Louisville 2007-08 vs. No. 4 Rutgers No. 14 Notre Dame No. 18 Pitt 2006-07 at No. 20 Louisville at No. 24 DePaul

2010-11 vs. No. 19 Iowa State vs. No. 21 TCU vs. No. 22 Houston in the NCAA first round No. 25 Syracuse

2005-06 vs. No. 6 Rutgers in Big East semifinals No. 11 DePaul

2009-10 No. 13 Georgetown No. 22 Pitt

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 All-America Honorable Mention honors.

2 1-11, 10-6 Big East All-Big East Selections: 2 All-American Honors: 0 NCAA 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 WVUWomensBasketball 

2003-04 No. 19 Virginia Tech vs. No. 23 Villanova in the Big East quarterfinals

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.

15-13, 4-12 All-Big East Selections: 1 All-American Honors: 0 Big East Tournament A school-best 10-0 start propelled West Virginia to its first winning season since 1997. WVU boasted an 11-0 mark in nonconference play, a first, which included a school-record 71 percent shooting

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The Carey File:

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Date of Birth: July 4 Hometown: Clarksburg, W.Va. Alma Mater: Salem, 1980 Year at WVU: 16th Coaching Career: West Virginia University, 2002-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, women’s head coach Playing Career: Four-year letterman at Salem (77-80), 1978 WVIAC scoring champion; 1979 Salem MVP; 1979 WVIAC All-Tournament Team; scored more than 2,000 career points; No. 32 jersey retired at Liberty High (Clarksburg) The Carey Family. Front (L-R): Chelby, Cheryl, Mike, Caden, Chris. Back (L-R): Erica, Wellington, Chelsy, Craig

Prior to WVU Carey served as the head men’s basketball coach at Salem College (Div. II) in Salem, West Virginia, 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.

Personal Carey was a four-year basketball letterman at Salem, earning WVIAC Freshman of the Year (1977), WVIAC scoring champion (1978) and Salem MVP

>THE CAREY YEARS AT WEST VIRGINIA 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.

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.

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Coaches’ Career Records in Chronological Order Coach Kittie Blakemore Scott Harrelson Bill Fiske Susan Walvius Alexis Basil Mike Carey

Seasons Years Record Pct. 1974-92 19 301-214 .584 1987-94 9 142-118 .546 1984-86 3 44-37 .543 1995-97 2 31-27 .535 1997-01 4 33-77 .300 2002-16 15 322-171 .653

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. Carey’s No. 32 jersey was retired at Liberty High School in Clarksburg, West Virginia, on February 19, 2016. A native of Clarksburg, West Virginia, 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, who is married to former Mountaineer basketball standout Wellington Smith, Craig and Chelby. Chris and his wife, Erica, made Carey a grandpa with sons Caden Michael and Cameron Christopher. Carey also has one granddaugther, Sloane Alexandria, from his daughter Chelsy and her husband, Wellington.

Carey’s Overall Coaching Record

School Season Salem 1988-89 Salem 1989-90 Salem 1990-91 Salem 1991-92 Salem 1992-93 Salem 1993-94 Salem 1994-95 Salem 1995-96 Salem 1996-97 Salem 1997-98 Salem 1998-99 Salem 1999-00 Salem 2000-01 WVU 2001-02 WVU 2002-03 WVU 2003-04 WVU 2004-05 WVU 2005-06 WVU 2006-07 WVU 2007-08 WVU 2008-09 WVU 2009-10 WVU 2010-11 WVU 2011-12 WVU 2012-13 WVU 2013-14 WVU 2014-15 WVU 2015-16 WVU 15 Seasons Overall 28 Seasons

Overall Conference 14-13 9-10 (9th) 19-12 11-9 (7th) 22-9 14-6 (4th) 9-17 7-13 (11th) 25-7 18-3 (1st) 24-4 17-2 (1st) 17-10 13-5 (2nd) 20-9 12-7 (4th) 28-3 19-0 (1st) 28-3 18-1 (1st) 28-4 18-1 (1st) 28-4 16-3 (3rd) 26-7 14-4 (3rd) 14-14 6-10 (10th) 15-13 4-12 (t-11th) 21-11 10-6 (6th)* 21-13 7-9 (t-6th)# 15-16 4-12 (12th) 21-11 11-5 (4th)* 25-8 12-4 (3rd)* 18-15 5-11 (12th)@ 29-6 13-3 (2nd)* 24-10 8-8 (10th)* 24-10 11-5 (t-4th)* 17-14 9-9 (t-5th)* 30-5 16-2 (t-1st)* 23-15 7-11 (t-1st)# 25-10 12-6 (3rd)* 322-171 610-273

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S OL IC H RN TE ES CH Chester Nichols enters his third season as the associate head coach for the Mountaineer women’s basketball program. Nichols came back to West Virginia in May 2014 after coaching stints at UCF, Kansas and Michigan. He previously coached six seasons with Carey and the Mountaineers from 2003-09. Nichols works with WVU’s post players, in addition to assisting in the recruiting efforts for the program. In 2015-16, Nichols assisted the Mountaineers to a 25-10 overall mark and a 12-6 third-place finish in the Big 12 Conference. The Mountaineers reached their 11th overall NCAA Tournament appearance and made their 10th consecutive postseason appearance. West Virginia advanced to the NCAA Championship Second Round after picking up a victory over Princeton. WVU led the nation with 6.5 blocked shots per game, which was a 2015-16 NCAA Statistical Award winner. During his first year back in Morgantown, the 2014-15 Mountaineers dominated inside with a school single-season record of 1,621 rebounds as West Virginia reached the WNIT Championship game. WVU deflected a program-best 242 blocks, breaking a record that stood for over 30 years. West Virginia’s 6.4 blocks per game led the Big 12 and ranked sixth nationally. Sophomore center Lanay Montgomery became the first Mountaineer since the legendary Georgeann Wells to block over 100 shots in a season. Her 124 deflections led the conference and sat 10th in the NCAA for the 2014-15 season.

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Nichols was a part of 42 wins in two seasons as assistant coach at Michigan. U-M completed the 2013-14 season with a 20-14 mark, making it to the third round of the WNIT. It was just the sixth 20-win season in the history of the program. Nichols helped Michigan to one of its most successful seasons in program history during his first season in 2012-13, as the Wolverines tied program records for wins (22) and consecutive wins (10), and made just their third second-round appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Nichols worked with the post players, helping seniors Rachel Sheffer and Nya Jordan earn All-Big Ten honorable mention. During his tenure with the Wolverines he signed Big Ten standouts Shannon Smith and Siera Thompson. Nichols joined Michigan’s staff after spending two seasons with the University of Kansas women’s basketball program as the perimeter coach, while assisting in the program’s recruiting efforts. In two seasons with the Jayhawks, Nichols helped KU to a combined 42-26 overall record while making postseason appearances in the WNIT (2011) and NCAA (2012) Tournaments. During the 2012 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, KU advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1998 and the third time in program history. Nichols arrived in Lawrence, Kansas, after spending the 2009-10 season at Central Florida, where he served in a similar role with the Knights, while serving as the recruiting coordinator. That season, UCF’s recruiting class was ranked No. 44 in the nation and No. 2 in Conference USA by ESPN’s Hoopgurlz. Prior to his year at UCF, Nichols spent the previous six seasons as an assistant coach at West Virginia. A native of Ocala, Florida, he is widely considered one of the nation’s top recruiters, and he played an instrumental role in bringing five top-20 recruiting classes to WVU. Following the 2009-10 season, several of Nichols’ WVU signees garnered all-conference honors. During Nichols’ tenure at WVU, the Mountaineers appeared in three NCAA Tournaments and advanced to the second round on two occasions. He also helped

guide West Virginia to the championship game of the WNIT in 2005 and to the Big East Championship game in 2006. At WVU, Nichols helped sign five top-20 classes, which included eight All-Big East performers, a Big East Most Improved honor and a Big East Defensive Player of the Year. Nichols helped land and coach Mountaineer standouts Madina Ali, Chakhia Cole, Laquita Owens and Sarah Miles. In the summer of 2008, Nichols was recognized as one of the nation’s best assistant coaches by earning an invitation to Nike’s prestigious Villa 7 Coaches Consortium in Beaverton, Oregon. Additionally, four players that Nichols signed or coached moved on to play professionally in the WNBA. Prior to his time at WVU, Nichols worked with the adidas/Premier Players, an AAU organization in Ocala. He spent one season as the head coach of the Florida Starzz and chief evaluator of the Rookie Sensations. Nichols also has worked as an assistant coach at Central Florida Community College, where he helped coach one NJCAA All-American and three Mid-Florida all-conference players. Nichols is a 1997 graduate of Greenville College, where he played three seasons of varsity football while pursuing his degree in special education. Nichols married Sylvia Winston in May 2016. The couple resides in Morgantown. Nichols has one son, Jalen.

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ON DS AR IC H ER AN DI

West Virginia University women’s basketball coach Mike Carey announced the hiring of Diane Richardson as assistant coach/

recruiting coordinator in May 2016. Richardson spent the last four seasons as an assistant at George Washington. “Diane brings a tremendous amount of coaching experience at the high school and college levels,” Carey said. “She will not only prepare our young ladies for basketball, but also for life with her business background. Her expertise in recruiting in the DC, Maryland and Virginia area will be a huge plus for our program. We are excited to have Diane here at West Virginia University.” “I am excited to join the staff here at West Virginia University,” Richardson said. “Mike Carey is a proven winner with more than 600 career victories. He is a tremendous coach and I look forward to working with him, the rest of the staff and the student-athletes.” In October 2016, Richardson was named to the WBCA’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee to advise and guide the association’s Board of Directors in enhancing awareness of issues pertaining to diversity and inclusion within the WBCA membership and promoting the growth of diversity within the sport. While at George Washington, Richardson’s primary responsibilities with the Colonials included working with the wing players, as well as recruiting, player relations, community relations and on-floor coaching. The Colonials improved their win total in each of her first three seasons at GW. After helping the Colonials to their first A-10 Championship game victory since 2008 in her first season in Foggy Bottom, the squad went one step farther in 2013-14, posting its most wins (23) since 2008, tying for second in the Atlantic

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Assistant Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator

10 standings and advancing to the A-10 semifinals and the third round of the WNIT, also earning its first postseason victories since 2008. In 2014-15, Richardson was on the sidelines as the Colonials set a program record for victories (29), won the A-10 regular-season and tournament titles and earned their first berth in the NCAA Tournament since 2008. In her last season at George Washington, Richardson helped guide the Colonials to another A-10 regular-season and tournament title en route their second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. Richardson recruited and developed All-Americans Jonquel Jones and Caira Washington. Jones became the first GW player selected in the WNBA first round with her sixth overall selection by the Los Angeles Sparks in 2016. Prior to her arrival at GW, Richardson logged more than 20 years of coaching, including two previous years at the collegiate level. She spent the 2006-07 season at American, helping the Eagles reach the Patriot League title game, then was on the sidelines at Maryland in 2007-08 when the Terps earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament and advanced to the Elite Eight. While at American, Richardson was responsible for monitoring the team’s academics, and the Eagles posted the highest team GPA in the Patriot League. At Maryland, she worked with the perimeter players, including All-Americans and current WNBA standouts Crystal Langhorne, Marissa Coleman and Kristi Toliver. Most of Richardson’s success on the sidelines, however, came as head coach of Riverdale Baptist High School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, where she coached 12 All-Americans and 42 Division I studentathletes. In her eight years at the helm, both before and after her previous stints at the collegiate level, Richardson guided the Crusaders to a 234-32 overall record and five national championships. In 2012, the Crusaders were national champions of both the National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) and the National High School Invitational (NHSI) and earned a No. 6 ranking in the final POWERADE FAB 50 Girls’ Basketball national rankings, and Richardson was named the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) District High School Coach of the Year. In addition, she was chosen to coach in the WBCA All-America game in Denver in March. In the summer of 2011, Richardson was one of four coaches to tour Russia with 20 high school boys and girls basketball players as part of an exchange program sponsored by the U.S. Department of

State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, in partnership with USA Basketball. Before making her first jump to the collegiate ranks, Richardson was named the 2005 Black Coaches Association National Coach of the Year after leading the Crusaders to a No. 2 national ranking by USA Today. In addition, she guided Riverdale Baptist to the NACA national title in 2006, en route to garnering WBCA Regional Coach of the Year honors. Her squads won the 2003 and 2004 Association of Christian Schools International national crown and were runners-up in 2002. Moreover, she was the head coach of the USA Red Team which won the bronze medal at the 2005 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival. Richardson was the executive director and coach of the Beltway Lady Cougars AAU team in Lanham, Maryland, from 1991-2000. The Lady Cougars were voted the No. 1 girls basketball program in the nation and reached the AAU National Elite Eight four times. Earning her master’s degree in management and finance from Central Michigan in 1984, Richardson has an extensive background in business management. She founded RCI Financial in Lanham, in 1984, serving as president and CEO of the company until 2003, as well as Bank of America, where she served as vice president. In 1995, Richardson was named Fox 5 TV’s Woman of the Year. Richardson earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Frostburg State in 1980, lettering in basketball and track and field. She was the NCAA’s regional field goal percentage leader as a freshman in 1976 and was the 1979 NCAA regional champion in the 200 and 400 meter races, earning a spot as a qualifier on the 1980 U.S. Olympic team, which did not compete in the Games. Richardson and her husband, Larry, have four children - Dana, Larry “Donnie” II, Jonquel and Michael.

The Richardson Family. Front: (L-R): Dana, Diane. Back: (L-R): Michael, Larry and Larry “Donnie” II




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Assistant Coach

West Virginia University basketball legend Lester Rowe returns for his

sixth season as assistant coach for the women’s basketball program. Rowe joined Mike Carey’s staff in June 2011. Most recently, Rowe helped the Mountaineers return to the NCAA Tournament with a 25-10 overall record and a 12-6 third-place finish in the Big 12. The Mountaineers were stingy on defense, ranking as one of the nation’s top defenses all season. West Virginia won a 2015-16 NCAA Statistical Award with 6.5 blocked shots per game. The Mountaineers reached the NCAA Championship Second Round after picking up a victory over Princeton. WVU’s Bria Holmes became a three-time unanimous All-Big 12 First Team selection and a fivetime All-America honoree. Holmes would later become the program’s highest WNBA Draft pick with her 11th overall selection in the first round by the Atlanta Dream in April 2016. Center Lanay Montgomery picked up Big 12 All-Defensive Team and All-Big 12 Second Team accolades. Additionally, Tynice Martin was tabbed the Big 12 Freshman of the Year and named a finalist for National Freshman of the Year by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA). The 2014-15 Mountaineers dominated inside with a school single-season record of 1,621 rebounds as West Virginia reached the WNIT Championship game. WVU deflected a program-best 242 blocks, breaking a record that stood for over 30 years. West Virginia’s 6.4 blocks per game led the Big 12 and ranked sixth nationally. Sophomore center Lanay Montgomery became the first Mountaineer since the legendary Georgeann Wells to block over 100 shots in a season. Her 124 deflections led the conference and sat 10th in the NCAA for the 2014-15 season. The 2013-14 season had many firsts. WVU recorded its most wins in program history with a 30-5 overall record, made its fifth consecutive NCAA

appearance with a No. 2 seed—the highest in program history, recorded its highest ranking to date in program history at No. 5 in the Associated Press poll and recorded wins over five top-25 teams, including four in the top 15, also a feat never done before. The Mountaineers captured a 2014 Big 12 regularseason championship, finishing with a 16-2 league record and sharing the top of the league standings with Baylor. WVU made a run to the Big 12 Championship title game, while senior center Asya Bussie and sophomore guard Holmes were each named to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team. In addition to the tournament, Bussie and Holmes were All-Big 12 First Team honorees, including a unanimous selection for Holmes. Bussie was also named Big 12 All-Defensive Team alongside classmate Jess Harlee and Taylor Palmer as the Big 12’s Sixth Man of the Year. At the close of the season, Bussie was selected in the second round by the Minnesota Lynx as the No. 15 overall pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft. At the time, Bussie became WVU’s highest WNBA Draft pick in program history. The Randallstown, Maryland, native was a two-time All-American Honorable Mention selection by the Associated Press and the WBCA. Rowe was a part of WVU’s fourth consecutive NCAA appearance in the 2012-13 season. Closing out its inaugural season in the Big 12 Conference with a 1714 overall record and a 9-9 mark in league play, WVU landed a No. 6 seed in its first-ever Big 12 Conference Tournament. Four Mountaineers added all-conference honors to their names as Christal Caldwell earned first team, Ayana Dunning closed out her career with an honorable mention accolade, Jess Harlee was named to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team and Bria Holmes landed a spot on the Big 12 All-Freshman Team. In his first season, Rowe assisted a young WVU squad to its third consecutive NCAA tournament and fourth in the last five seasons. The Mountaineers closed out the 2011-12 season in a tie for fourth place and earned a bye in the BIG EAST Championship. Three players earned all-conference honors as junior Asya Bussie, the 15th player in WVU history to reach 1,000 points and 500 rebounds, was named first team All-BIG EAST, sophomore Christal Caldwell earned All-BIG EAST honorable mention and Linda Stepney was named to the All-BIG EAST freshman team. Rowe first reunited with the Mountaineer basketball program when he was hired as an assistant coach on Gale Catlett’s staff in September 1997. In addition to coaching, he assisted in on-campus recruiting, scouting and served as a player liaison in administrative matters. In his first season as an

assistant, WVU won 24 games and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 1998. Known to Mountaineer fans as “Lester Rowe from Buffalo,” he was a four-year starter and West Virginia went 90-23 and won three conference championships during his playing career. A two-time team captain, Rowe finished his career with 1,524 points, which currently ranks 17th in school history and 787 rebounds, which ranks 13th in school history. He played in 121 games, making 114 career starts. Rowe ranks fourth in career field goal percentage at 54.2 percent. For his career, he averaged 12.6 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. A member of the 1976-85 WVU all-time basketball team, Rowe played professional basketball for eight years in Argentina, the Philippines, Venezuela, France, Germany and the United States. The Buffalo, New York, native earned a bachelor’s of science degree in physical education from West Virginia in 1985. Rowe was previously a commercial property manager and sales executive with Petroplus Lane, LLC. From 2005-10, Rowe played an integral role in West Virginia AAU Basketball as he served as the head coach of the West Virginia Hornets and assisted with the West Virginia Tornadoes and the West Virginia Blue Devils. In 2014, Rowe was inducted into the WVU Sports Hall of Fame. He and his wife, Lisa, have two daughters, Monalisa and Monique.

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SUPPORT STAFF PAT BIONDO

Assistant to the Head Coach/ Director of Basketball Operations

After serving a three-year stint as assistant to the head coach, Pat Biondo added an additional role as WVU’s director of basketball operations in the 2015-16 and returns for his second year in that role. Overall, Biondo has been a part of the Mountaineer women’s basketball program for eight years. A native of Clarence, New York, Biondo is responsible for all of the team’s day-to-day operations, travel and other duties as assigned. Biondo coordinated all video needs, opponent and self-scouts, film exchange and assisted with basketball operations for three seasons before stepping into his new role. Prior to this stint with the women’s team, Biondo served as the head manager for the WVU men’s team under coach John Beilein from 2004-07. His responsibilities included being team videographer and assisting in daily 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.

CRAIG CAREY Video Coordinator

Craig Carey returns for his second season as the video coordinator for the WVU women’s basketball program. In his role, Carey serves as the liaison for film exchange with opponents, helping coaches prepare for scouting and providing video for instructional purposes. The son of coach Mike Carey, he has been involved with the Mountaineer program since arriving on campus as a freshman. Carey assisted the team as a student worker and practice player. Additionally, Carey worked in skill development helping Mountaineer athletes with summer workouts and open gym coordination. He also

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organized and held training sessions for campers as an assistant camp coordinator. During the 2010-11 season, Carey was a member of the men’s basketball team, playing for coach Bob Huggins. Carey earned his bachelor’s degree in criminology and his master’s in sport management from WVU.

LAUREN REDA

Coordinator of Player Development

Lauren Reda joins the West Virginia University women’s basketball program as the coordinator of player development. Reda previously served as a team manager from 2012-2015. Reda, a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, native, will assist with the coordination of on-campus recruiting activities, organize community service efforts and serve as the Mountaineers’ liaison to the academic services unit. Most recently, Reda served as a graduate assistant for the WVU Varsity Club. She organized alumni reunions, coordinated tailgate events and promoted the events on the organization’s website and social media platforms. Reda worked extensively with alumni from around the country to help promote events nationally. Additionally, she assisted with administrative tasks including database management and membership updates. As a team manager, Reda assisted the team with marketing and recruiting efforts. She traveled with the team and kept statistics for practices. Reda also contributed to summer camps, campus tours and the team marketing efforts. Reda also served as an intern for the Upper St. Clair Community Recreation Center in Pittsburgh and the Rodgers Insurance Group. She earned her bachelor’s degree from WVU in sport management in 2015 and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in coaching and sport education.

SARAH MILES Graduate Assistant

Former Mountaineer standout Sarah Miles enters her first season as graduate assistant for the women’s basketball program. Miles returned to West Virginia in May 2016. Miles returns to Morgantown after serving as a manager and an assistant manager in the retail industry the past three years. A standout at WVU from 2008-11, Miles recorded 992 career points, 422 assists, 385 rebounds and 228 steals in 109 games played. She was named the Big East Conference’s Most Improved Player in 2009. During her junior campaign, Miles was tabbed the 2010 Big East’s Defensive Player of the Year and named to the All-Big East Second Team and All-Big East Tournament Team. She was voted to the Naismith Trophy Watch List and the Nancy Lieberman Award’s Players Making the Buzz list in 2011. Miles played professionally for nine months in Finland for Forrssan Alku and helped the team to a Finnish League semifinal appearance. Miles graduated from West Virginia in 2011 with a bachelor of science degree in multidisciplinary studies. A native of San Antonio, Texas, Miles is currently working toward a master’s degree in athletic coaching education at WVU.

TONI OLIVERIO

Assistant Director Student-Athlete Development

Toni Oliverio begins her second year as assistant director for student-athlete development for the Mountaineer women’s basketball program after spending seven seasons as director of basketball operations. A native of Clarksburg, West Virginia, 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.






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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 MidSouth 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 International University. Oliverio earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from West Liberty in 2001, where she was also a member of the women’s basketball team from 1997-99. She received her master’s degree in sport administration from Louisville in 2006. Oliverio married Whitney Cayton in 2014, and she and her wife reside in Fairmont with their stepson, Vaughn, and daughter, Cayton.

RUSSELL LUNA

Associate Director of Athletic Communications

Russell Luna returns for his third year as West Virginia’s associate director of athletic communications after joining the office in September 2014. Luna handles all communications efforts for the Mountaineer women’s basketball program. During his tenure at West Virginia, Luna has helped promote All-America campaigns for WNBA first round pick Bria Holmes. Holmes was honored as a four-time All-America Honorable Mention and a 2016 Senior CLASS Award Second Team All-American. In 2014-15, senior Averee Fields was named a Haier America Achievement Award winner and a CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team honoree. Prior to his arrival at WVU, Luna spent two years as the assistant director of athletic communications at his alma mater Middle

Tennessee. While with the Blue Raiders, Luna handled publicity for the nationally-ranked women’s basketball program, baseball, women’s tennis and assisted as the secondary contact for football. Luna promoted several athletes at MT, including baseball All-American Trent Miller and women’s basketball All-American Ebony Rowe. Before serving in a full-time capacity with the Blue Raiders, Luna spent one year as assistant athletic media relations director at Tennessee State University. He was the contact for football, men’s basketball, tennis and track & field. In 2010-11, Luna served as a graduate assistant at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and interned full-time at Western Carolina University in 2009-10. As an undergraduate intern, Luna interned with various organizations including the Houston Astros and Tennessee Titans. Luna has numerous event experience, working the past six NCAA Final Fours (two men and four women). Luna also has served as a media relations volunteer for the Music City Bowl and the NCAA Women’s Soccer College Cup. As an active member in the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Luna is a member of the Capital One Academic AllAmerica committee. He previously worked on the new media/technology committee for two years. A native of Flintville, Tennessee, Luna graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2009 with a bachelor of science in electronic media communications journalism and Luna obtained his master of arts in journalism from the University of Memphis.

SAM YOUNG

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Sam Young enters her third season as assistant athletic trainer. Young has served as the trainer for the Mountaineer rowing and women’s basketball teams since 2014. Prior to her return at WVU, she spent two years as a graduate assistant trainer at Arizona. While in Tucson, Young primarily worked with football and swimming & diving. She also assisted in coverage with the Wildcats’ men’s and women’s club rugby teams. As an undergraduate athletic trainer at WVU, Young worked with women’s soccer and the Mountaineer women’s track & field team. During her senior year at West Virginia, Young assisted in athletic training duties for women’s basketball.

A native of Hico, West Virginia, Young earned her bachelor of science in athletic training from West Virginia in 2012. She completed her master of arts in teaching and teacher education at Arizona in 2014.

BRIAN WHITING Strength Coach

Brian Whiting returns for his sixth season as the strength and conditioning coach for the Mountaineer women’s basketball team. In addition to women’s basketball, Whiting handles the strength and conditioning responsibilities for the Mountaineer tennis team. Prior to arriving at West Virginia, Whiting spent three years on the Michigan State strength and conditioning staff where he worked his way from an intern to a graduate assistant. There, he assisted in the design and implementation of sport specific training programs for men’s and women’s basketball, men’s ice hockey, baseball and wrestling, as well as other varsity sport teams. He holds the Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) title through the CSCCa, and is a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Whiting is a 2009 graduate of Michigan State with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. He completed his master’s degree in kinesiology with a coaching specialization in 2011, also from Michigan State. He is a native of Plymouth, Michigan. He and his wife, Elise, reside in Morgantown. The couple welcomed their first child, Shay, in 2016.

BUBBA SCHMIDT Equipment Manager

Veteran staff member Robert “Bubba” Schmidt is in his 36th 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 17 sports. One of his primary duties involves

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keeping an up-to-date 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.

STEVE BIERER

Assistant Equipment Manager

Steve Bierer enters his ninth 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, is the top assistant to veteran equipment manager Bubba Schmidt and works daily with Mountaineers Olympic 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 under Hall of Fame Coach Don Nehlen.

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CONOR MCNAMARA Assistant Equipment Manager

Conor McNamara joined the WVU Athletic Department in December 2015 as an assistant equipment manager. A native of Venetia, Pennsylvania, McNamara is responsible for assisting varsity sports equipment manager Bubba Schmidt and works daily with many of the Mountaineers Olympic sports teams. McNamara came to WVU after working with team sales at Century Sports, Inc., in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, from 2013-15. While there, he created and designed uniforms and other spirit wear for more than 75 school districts across Western Pennsylvania. He also served as a liaison with top sporting vendors, such as Nike, Under Armour and Schutt Sporting Goods. McNamara previously served as the head equipment manager for the WVU baseball team from 2012-13. He also interned with the WVU athletic facilities and operations office from 2010-13. McNamara earned his bachelor of science in sports management from WVU in 2013.

TERRI HOWES

Senior Associate Athletic Director for Sports Administration/SWA

Terri Howes is responsible for providing administrative oversight of WVU’s women’s basketball and varsity sports, serving as the primary sport administrator for 11 sports (women’s basketball, rifle, men’s soccer, men’s swimming, women’s swimming, women’s tennis, women’s cross country, women’s indoor track, women’s outdoor track, volleyball and wrestling).

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Howes represents the University as Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) on Big 12 Conference and NCAA Governance groups. She also serves as the Department’s equity Title IX liaison. Serving on several national committees over the years, Howes is currently the chair of the NACDA Learfield Directors Cup Committee. She has also served on the NCAA Administrative Cabinet, the NCAA Championships and Competition Cabinet, and the NACDA Executive Committee. In 2015, Howes was recognized as one of the nation’s top 10 Senior Woman Administrators by College AD, an athletic administration networking website. While at WVU, Howes has served as an NCAA staff liaison for women’s basketball, volleyball and gymnastics championships. She has also acted as an NCAA peer reviewer. At the conference level, Howes has served on several sport committees, including women’s basketball, women’s soccer, men’s soccer, rowing, volleyball, and swimming & diving (chair). Her administrative service included executive, finance and championships competition committees. Prior to assuming her duties at WVU, Howes was a member of the University of Wyoming staff from 1989-98. Howes served as associate athletics director/SWA, where she oversaw scheduling and contracting, budgets, Title IX compliance, and event coordination for varsity sports. She also assisted in compliance and rules education, student services and served as Wyoming’s representative on a number of university, Western Athletic Conference, NACDA and NCAA committees. A Morgantown native, Howes is a 1985 WVU graduate with a degree in sport and exercise studies; she also earned a master’s degree in sport management from WVU in 1989. While at WVU, she served as a graduate assistant to the NCAA champion rifle team. Howes resides in Morgantown with her daughters Blake and Jordan.

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Name Alexis Brewer Nia Staples Tynice Martin Teana Muldrow Chania Ray Kristina King Bailey Thomas Lanay Montgomery Desiree Rhodes Katrina Pardee Aisha Edwards Anja Martin Marlena Schmidt Krystaline McCune

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Hometown/Last School Buffalo, Ky./Bardstown Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West Atlanta, Ga./Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy East Orange, N.J./East Orange Alexandria, Va./Florida State Mebane, N.C./Gulf Coast State Rochester Hills, Mich./Centennial (Nev.) Pittsburgh, Pa./Academy of the Holy Cross Aurora, Ill./Wabash Valley College Cedar Park, Texas/Vista Ridge Boca Raton, Fla./Chipola JC San Antonio, Texas/John Paul Stevens Eighty Four, Pa./Ringgold Louisville, Ky./duPont Manual AISHA Edwards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . eye-E-shuh ANJA Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . An-JUH TYNICE Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TIE-neece KRYSTALINE McCune . . . . . . . . . . chris-TUH-lynn LANAY Montgomery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . luh-NAY TEANA MULDROW . . . . . . . . te-AH-nuh mull-DRO Katrina PARDEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . par-DEE CHANIA Ray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sha-NIGH-uh DESIREE Rhodes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . des-UH-ray NIA Staples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . nee-UH






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Points......................................................... 21, Elon (12/28/15) Minutes....................................................... 42, Temple (4/1/15) FGM............................................................. 9, Elon (12/28/15) FGA............................................................12, Baylor (1/30/16) FG%...................................100.0, 10x, last vs. K-State (3/5/16) 3FGM..................................................................................N/A 3FGA...................................................................................N/A 3FG%..................................................................................N/A FTM...................................................7, vs. Marshall (12/13/15) FTA........................................ 8, 2x, last vs. Marshall (12/13/15) FT%...............................100.0%, 8x, last, at Iowa State (3/1/16) Rebounds.................................................... 24, Temple (4/1/15) Assists................................................. 2, Longwood (12/16/15) Turnovers.................................5, 2x, last, Kansas State (2/6/16) Blocks................................................ 9, Kansas State (1/21/15) Steals........................... 3, 4x, last, Fairleigh Dickinson (12/6/15)

10 pts, 12 reb...........Coppin State (12/6/14) 15 pts, 14 reb.......... vs. Marshall (12/20/14) 12 pts, 17 reb............No. 5 Baylor (1/10/15) 12 pts, 18 reb...... Morehead State (12/2/15) 13 pts, 12 reb.......... vs. Marshall (12/13/15) 13 pts, 10 reb............ vs. Indiana (12/21/15) 14 pts, 17 reb................... Kansas (1/16/16) 17 pts, 10 reb............ at Texas Tech (2/2/16) 15 pts, 15 reb...............Iowa State (2/10/16)

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Finished the season with 294 rebounds, 156 points and 124 blocks in 38 games and 875 minutes played Netted 11 double-figure rebounding games, three double-doubles and three double-digit scoring efforts Blocked two or more shots in 30 games, which included a streak of 12 consecutive games from Nov. 17 to Dec. 29 Led the Big 12 Conference and ranked 10th nationally with 3.26 blocks per contest Ranked fifth in the Big 12 Conference and 151st in the NCAA with 7.7 rebounds per game Sat third in the Big 12 with an average of 2.92 offensive rebounds per game and fourth with 4.82 defensive rebounds per contest Blocked 124 shots on the season, tied for second most in a single-season with WVU legend Georgeann Wells The 124 blocks are fifth most in a single-season in the Big 12 Conference Tied for first with five others with most games played in a season (38) Snatched 111 offensive rebounds for fifth most in a single-season at West Virginia Her 294 rebounds are seventh most in a single season Ranks fifth all-time at WVU with 134 blocks in her career Sits on WVU’s sophomore single-season leaders chart in multiple categories: first in blocked shots (124), first in games played (38), first in games started (37), second in rebounds (294), second in offensive rebounds (111), ninth in rebounding average (7.7 rpg) Became first player since Georgeann Wells to block five shots in three consecutive games with her five swats versus Duquesne (Dec. 10) Tallied 15 points and grabbed 14 rebounds versus Marshall (Dec. 20) to earn Chesapeake Energy Capital Classic MVP honors

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Corralled 17 rebounds and scored 12 points vs. Baylor (Jan. 10) for her third career double-double Her nine offensive boards against Baylor were the most for a Mountaineer since 2010 and tied for the fifthhighest in a game at the WVU Coliseum Pulled in game-high 14 rebounds and scored four points vs. Texas Tech (Jan. 14) Posted six blocks and grabbed 12 rebounds in 32 minutes of action at Oklahoma State (Jan. 17) Became first player since Georgeann Wells in 1985 to block nine shots in a single game, swatting away nine vs. K-State (Jan. 21) The nine-block effort was tied for second at the Coliseum with Wells Pulled in a game-high 13 rebounds and deflected six shots at Kansas State (March 3) Registered 10th double-figure rebound game of the year with 10 boards and scored seven points versus Hampton (March 24) Set a career-high with 24 rebounds versus Temple on April 1, tied with Mary Hennen for third-most rebounds in a game at the Coliseum and fourth-most in a single game at WVU The 24 rebounds ranked fourth in the Big 12 singlegame ledger, tying Oklahoma’s Courtney Paris (2007 vs. South Carolina)

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GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct 0 139 5.8 14 23 .609 0 0 .000 37 875 23.0 68 140 .486 0 0 .000 35 852 24.3 116 197 .589 0 0 .000 72 1866 19.2 198 360 .550 0 0 .000

Named second team All-Metro, MVP of the holiday tournament and most improved player at Academy of the Holy Cross her junior year Averaged 14.5 points per game, 8.7 rebounds per game and 2.8 blocks per game Totaling 463 points, 278 rebounds and 88 blocks her junior season Was the MVP of sophomore all-star ‘Rising Star’ game sponsored by DCSportsFan Blue Star rankings had her as the 59th-best player in the nation JumpOffPlus ranked her at No. 60 Played AAU for the Maryland Lady Panthers and the Fairfax Stars Did not play her senior season due to injury

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FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 13 29 .448 16 31 47 2.0 20 0 2 18 10 2 41 1.7 20 51 .392 111 183 294 7.7 102 4 8 70 124 28 156 4.1 55 81 .679 85 199 284 8.1 90 1 9 78 97 22 287 8.2 88 161 .547 212 413 625 6.4 212 5 19 166 231 52 484 5.0

Career Conference 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 2013-14 11 0 30 2.7 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 1 7 .143 3 4 7 0.6 3 0 0 5 1 1 5 0.5 2014-15 18 17 427 23.7 26 63 .413 0 0 .000 10 29 .345 59 79 138 7.7 48 1 5 32 59 12 62 3.4 2015-16 18 18 427 23.7 54 93 .581 0 0 .000 25 34 .735 35 98 133 7.4 48 0 3 43 46 9 133 7.4 Total 47 35 884 18.8 82 159 .516 0 0 .000 36 70 .514 97 181 278 5.9 99 1 8 80 106 22 200 4.3

2015-16 Game-By-Game Statistics

Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg DELAWARE STATE 11-14-15 * 28 4 4 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 4 6 10 10.0 2 0 1 0 4 0 9 9.0 COPPIN STATE 11-16-15 * 25 4 8 .500 0 0 .000 1 3 .333 2 3 5 7.5 2 0 1 2 4 0 9 9.0 at Gonzaga 11-22-15 * 21 3 3 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 4 6 10 8.3 4 0 0 0 4 2 7 8.3 vs USC 11-23-15 * 31 4 6 .667 0 0 .000 1 1 1.000 0 5 5 7.5 3 0 0 1 4 1 9 8.5 vs Grand Canyon 11-24-15 * 21 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 6 6 7.2 2 0 0 1 3 0 4 7.6 vs Yale University 11-29-15 * 16 4 6 .667 0 0 .000 3 6 .500 2 4 6 7.0 3 0 0 2 2 0 11 8.2 MOREHEAD STATE 12-2-15 * 29 6 11 .545 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 9 9 18 8.6 0 0 0 2 6 1 12 8.7 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12-6-15 * 20 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 5 8 .625 4 10 14 9.3 1 0 0 2 2 3 7 8.5 vs Marshall 12-13-15 * 24 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 7 8 .875 2 10 12 9.6 4 0 0 3 3 0 13 9.0 LONGWOOD 12-16-15 * 21 4 8 .500 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 2 6 8 9.4 1 0 2 2 3 1 10 9.1 vs James Madison 12-20-15 * 29 6 10 .600 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 1 7 8 9.3 0 0 0 3 0 1 15 9.6 vs Indiana 12-21-15 * 29 5 7 .714 0 0 .000 3 3 1.000 5 5 10 9.3 2 0 0 3 2 2 13 9.9 ELON 12-28-15 * 34 9 9 1.000 0 0 .000 3 6 .500 6 3 9 9.3 1 0 0 5 2 0 21 10.8 TEXAS 12-30-15 * 34 1 6 .167 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 7 8 9.2 4 0 0 4 2 0 2 10.1 at Kansas 1-3-16 * 19 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 3 3 6 9.0 3 0 0 2 4 1 8 10.0 at Kansas State 1-6-16 * 18 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 5 5 8.8 4 0 0 1 2 0 2 9.5 TEXAS TECH 1-9-16 * 12 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 2 2 4 8.5 4 0 0 4 2 0 9 9.5 at Baylor 1-12-16 * 18 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 8.2 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 8.9 KANSAS 1-16-16 * 28 5 7 .714 0 0 .000 4 6 .667 7 10 17 8.6 0 0 1 4 3 1 14 9.2 at TCU 1-24-16 * 21 4 4 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 8.4 2 0 0 2 2 0 8 9.2

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Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg at Oklahoma 1-27-16 * 28 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 9 10 8.4 1 0 0 3 5 0 4 8.9 BAYLOR 1-30-16 * 30 4 12 .333 0 0 .000 1 1 1.000 4 6 10 8.5 4 0 0 3 4 0 9 8.9 at Texas Tech 2-2-16 * 19 8 11 .727 0 0 .000 1 1 1.000 2 8 10 8.6 4 0 0 1 1 0 17 9.3 KANSAS STATE 2-6-16 * 27 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 1 1 2 8.3 2 0 1 5 2 2 7 9.2 IOWA STATE 2-10-16 * 33 6 8 .750 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 3 12 15 8.6 2 0 0 3 3 0 15 9.4 at Oklahoma State 2-13-16 * 33 4 6 .667 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 3 6 9 8.6 3 0 0 2 2 2 9 9.4 OKLAHOMA 2-17-16 * 21 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 1 7 8 8.6 4 0 0 3 2 1 4 9.2 at Texas 2-21-16 * 27 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 3 2 5 8.4 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 8.9 TCU 2-24-16 * 11 3 3 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 8.2 3 0 1 2 1 0 6 8.8 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-27-16 * 33 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 3 6 9 8.2 1 0 0 0 6 1 3 8.6 at Iowa State 3-1-16 * 15 4 4 1.000 0 0 .000 6 6 1.000 1 7 8 8.2 3 0 0 2 3 0 14 8.8 vs Kansas State 3-5-16 * 23 3 3 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 3 4 8.1 5 1 1 1 3 2 6 8.7 vs Texas 3-6-16 * 20 0 5 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 5 7 8.0 4 0 0 3 2 0 0 8.5 vs Princeton 3-18-16 * 29 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 5 4 9 8.1 4 0 1 3 2 0 4 8.3 at Ohio State 3-20-16 * 25 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 9 10 8.1 4 0 0 2 5 0 4 8.2 2015-16 Totals 35 852 116 197 .589 0 0 .000 55 81 .679 85 199 284 8.1 90 1 9 78 97 22 287 8.2

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EASTERN KENTUCKY 11/15/14 * 17 0 2 .000 SETON HALL 11/17/14 * 15 0 1 .000 at Mississippi State 11/20/14 * 15 0 0 .000 EVANSVILLE 11/26/14 * 20 0 2 .000 FAIRFIELD 11/29/14 * 22 2 4 .500 at Fairleigh Dickinson 12/3/14 * 33 3 5 .600 COPPIN STATE 12/6/14 * 31 5 7 .714 DUQUESNE 12/10/14 * 26 4 6 .667 IPFW 12/13/14 * 17 2 2 1.000 12/20/14 * 34 7 9 .778 vs Marshall at Ohio State 12/22/14 * 23 2 3 .667 SAINT FRANCIS 12/29/14 * 18 3 4 .750 at OKLAHOMA 1/4/15 * 13 1 3 .333 at Texas 1/7/15 * 21 1 3 .333 BAYLOR 1/10/15 * 32 5 7 .714 TEXAS TECH 1/14/15 * 27 2 5 .400 at Oklahoma State 1/17/15 * 32 1 4 .250 KANSAS STATE 1/21/15 * 32 3 4 .750 at Kansas 1/24/15 * 13 0 2 .000 at Texas Tech 1/28/15 * 25 2 4 .500 OKLAHOMA 2/1/15 * 26 3 4 .750 TCU 2/4/15 * 26 1 5 .200 at Iowa State 2/7/15 * 27 0 0 .000 KANSAS 2/10/15 * 25 3 8 .375 at Baylor 2/15/15 * 28 2 4 .500 OKLAHOMA STATE 2/18/15 * 28 0 1 .000 IOWA STATE 2/21/15 * 18 1 4 .250 at TCU 2/24/15 * 7 0 1 .000 TEXAS 3/1/15 17 1 1 1.000 at Kansas State 3/3/15 * 30 0 3 .000 vs Texas Tech 3/6/15 * 20 0 3 .000 vs OKLAHOMA 3/7/15 * 14 1 2 .500 BUFFALO 3/19/15 * 23 4 7 .571 HAMPTON 3/24/15 * 24 3 6 .500 DUQUESNE 3/26/15 * 26 2 5 .400 VILLANOVA 3/29/15 * 9 3 3 1.000 TEMPLE 4/1/15 * 42 1 5 .200 UCLA 4/4/15 * 19 0 1 .000 2014-15 Totals 37 875 68 140 .486

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vs Ole Miss 11/15/13 12 0 0 .000 vs Washington State 11/16/13 5 1 1 1.000 at Hawai`i 11/17/13 5 0 1 .000 VIRGINIA 11/24/13 5 0 0 .000 at Youngstown State 11/30/13 11 0 0 .000 COPPIN STATE 12/03/13 9 2 3 .667 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12/07/13 12 2 2 1.000 vs Marshall 12/14/13 7 2 3 .667 DELAWARE STATE 12/18/13 19 4 5 .800 at Duquesne 12/21/13 5 0 0 .000 ELON 12/29/13 6 0 4 .000 at Kansas 01/02/14 1 0 0 .000 at Oklahoma State 01/04/14 2 0 0 .000 TEXAS 01/12/14 2 0 0 .000 at Texas Tech 01/22/14 1 0 0 .000 IOWA STATE 01/29/14 1 0 0 .000 KANSAS STATE 02/08/14 6 1 1 1.000 at Oklahoma 02/13/14 6 0 0 .000 OKLAHOMA STATE 02/19/14 4 0 0 .000 at Kansas State 02/22/14 4 0 0 .000 TEXAS TECH 02/26/14 3 1 2 .500 KANSAS 03/04/14 0 0 0 .000 vs Albany 03/23/14 10 1 1 1.000 at LSU 03/25/14 3 0 0 .000 2012-13 Totals 0 139 14 23 .609

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Led West Virginia with a season-high nine rebounds at Kansas State (Jan. 6) Returned from injury, grabbing three rebounds and blocking a shot vs. Baylor (Jan. 30) Made a field goal in a minute of action vs. Kansas State (Feb. 6) Corralled two rebounds in six minutes at Iowa State

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Appeared in 21 games, averaging 6.0 minutes per contest Completed her first season at West Virginia with 21 points (1.0 ppg), 36 rebounds (1.7 rpg), four blocks (0.2 bpg) and four steals (0.2 spg) Shot 60 percent (9-of-16) from the field for the season Pulled down four rebounds and scored a bucket in her WVU debut against Delaware State (Nov. 14) Scored a basket, grabbed a rebound and blocked a shot in five minutes vs. Grand Canyon (Nov. 24) Recorded a career night with five points, four rebounds and four steals in the win at Kansas (Jan. 3)

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Helped Wabash Valley reach the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Tournament in 2014-15 for the first time since 2003 Averaged 7.3 points and 7.9 rebounds per game in 35 contests last season Led the Lady Warriors with 2.5 blocks per contest, which ranked 10th nationally Tallied four double-doubles during the 2014-15 campaign Came off the bench to score 15 points and grab 11 rebounds in WVC’s 93-57 win over Shawnee Community College Hit a pair of three-pointers and scored a team-best 12 points in the Lady Warriors’ 63-60 win over Vincennes to win the Region 24 Tournament Title All-Star Girls Report ranked Rhodes as the No. 14 best overall junior college prospect and third-best among post players

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Career Highs Points....................................................... 5, at Kansas (1/3/16) Minutes................................................... 21, at Kansas (1/3/16) FGM......................................................... 2, at Kansas (1/3/16) FGA......................................... 3, 2x, last at Texas Tech (1/9/16) FG%...........................100.0%, 3x, last at Kansas State (2/6/16) 3FGM....................................................... 1, at Kansas (1/3/16) 3FGA........................................................ 1, at Kansas (1/3/16) 3FG%.............................................100.0%, at Kansas (1/3/16) FTM................................................1, 2x, last, Kansas (1/16/16) FTA.................................................2, 3x, last, Kansas (1/16/16) FT%....................................... 50.0%, 2x, last, Kansas (1/16/16) Rebounds..........................................9, at Kansas State (1/6/16) Assists............................................1, 3x, last, Kansas (1/16/16) Turnovers........................................1, 6x, last, Kansas (1/16/16) Blocks.............................................. 1, 4x, last, Baylor (1/30/16) Steals....................................................... 4, at Kansas (1/3/16)

Career Statistical Totals

Year 2015-16 Total

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 21 0 125 6.0 9 15 .600 1 1 1.000 2 6 .333 11 25 36 1.7 18 1 3 6 4 4 21 1.0 21 0 125 6.0 9 15 .600 1 1 1.000 2 6 .333 11 25 36 1.7 18 1 3 6 4 4 21 1.0

Career Conference 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 2015-16 12 0 85 7.1 5 8 .625 1 1 1.000 1 2 .500 7 16 23 1.9 10 1 2 2 2 4 12 1.0 Total 12 0 85 7.1 5 8 .625 1 1 1.000 1 2 .500 7 16 23 1.9 10 1 2 2 2 4 12 1.0

2015-16 Game-By-Game Statistics

Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg DELAWARE STATE 11-14-15 6 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 3 4 4.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 2.0 COPPIN STATE 11-16-15 6 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 1 2.5 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2.0 at Gonzaga 11-22-15 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.3 vs Grand Canyon 11-24-15 5 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.5 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1.5 MOREHEAD STATE 12-2-15 4 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 1 2 1.6 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1.4 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12-6-15 9 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 3 5 2.2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.5 LONGWOOD 12-16-15 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.9 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.3 at Kansas 1-3-16 21 2 3 .667 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 3 4 2.1 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 1.8 at Kansas State 1-6-16 20 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 3 6 9 2.9 5 1 0 1 1 0 2 1.8 TEXAS TECH 1-9-16 14 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 0 2 2.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.8 at Baylor 1-12-16 5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.7 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.6 KANSAS 1-16-16 5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 2.5 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 1.6 BAYLOR 1-30-16 9 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 2.5 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.5 at Texas Tech 2-2-16 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.4 KANSAS STATE 2-6-16 1 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.4 at Texas 2-21-16 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.3 TCU 2-24-16 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-27-16 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.2 at Iowa State 3-1-16 6 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 vs Kansas State 3-5-16 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.1 vs Texas 3-6-16 4 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 2015-16 Totals 0 125 9 15 .600 1 1 1.000 2 6 .333 11 25 36 1.7 18 1 3 6 4 4 21 1.0

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6-1 | JUNIOR | FORWARD EAST ORANGE, N.J. | EAST ORANGE

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Finished her sophomore season with 350 points (10.6 ppg), 196 rebounds (5.9 rpg), 42 steals (1.3 spg) and 32 blocks (1.0 bpg)

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Ranked second on the team with a 49.6 field goal percentage (127-of-256) and paced the Mountaineers with a 45.3 three-point field goal percentage (39-of-68) Her 10.6 points per game this season were a careerhigh and second on the team Reached double-figure scoring in a career-best 16 games, while leading WVU in scoring three times Led the Big 12 Conference with a 45.3 three-point percentage in overall games and a 51.3 percentage from behind the arc in conference-only contests Finished 11th in the Big 12 in field goal percentage (49.65), 11th in defensive rebounds (4.2 drpg), 12th in blocked shots (1.0 bpg), tied for 14th in rebounds (5.9 rpg) and 21st points (10.6 ppg) Her 45.3 three-point field goal percentage ranks second all-time in a single-season for a WVU sophomore and third on the program’s single-season list Also ranked in the top-10 in other WVU sophomore single-season marks: fifth in blocked shots (32), ninth in field goal percentage (46.9%) and 10th in made three-pointers (39) Opened the season with 13 points, eight rebounds, a career-high four steals and shot 60 percent (6-of-10) in the win over Delaware State (Nov. 14) Netted 17 points, eight rebounds and shot a career-high 85.7 percent (6-of-7) in the victory over Coppin State

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Scored 20 points and netted a career-high seven made free throws in a career-best 33 minutes played vs. Yale (Nov. 29) Dished out a career-best four assists, while scoring eight points and grabbing eight boards against Morehead State (Dec. 2) Netted 14 points and snatched seven rebounds, while hitting 5-of-6 (83.3%) at the charity stripe vs. James Madison (Dec. 20) Grabbed a season-best 10 rebounds, scored seven points, matched a career-high four assists and collected three steals vs. Elon (Dec. 28) Returned to action against Texas Tech (Jan. 9) after missing two games due to injury, scoring nine points and grabbing five rebounds Inked first career double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds in the win at TCU (Jan. 24) Led WVU with 16 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked two shots in the loss at Oklahoma (Jan. 27) Made first start of the season vs. Baylor (Jan. 30), finishing with five points and four rebounds Scored 20 points and corralled nine boards in the win over TCU (Feb. 24) Connected on 5-of-7 (71.4%) field goals and finished with 14 points and six rebounds in the win over No. 22 Oklahoma State (Feb. 27) Made three triples and scored nine points, while grabbing nine rebounds against K-State in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinal (March 5) Scored eight points, including 6-of-8 from the charity stripe and grabbed six rebounds vs. Princeton in the NCAA Championship First Round (March 18) Tallied 15 points, corralled nine rebounds and collected three steals in the NCAA Championship Second Round matchup at Ohio State (March 20) Finished the season with two or more rebounds in the last 17 games and scored eight or more points in the final seven contests

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Completed the year with 262 points, 157 rebounds, 96 field goals, 29 assists, 47 three-pointers, 22 steals and 19 blocks in 38 games and 618 minutes Was second on the team with 47 three-pointers and third in scoring with 6.9 points per game Her 47 triples were third-most by a WVU freshman and 157 three-point attempts were second-most Set the WVU freshman record with 38 games played and tied with five others for the single-season overall record Reached double-figures 11 times during her rookie season and netted two 20-point affairs Scored eight points and pulled in five rebounds in her collegiate debut versus Eastern Kentucky (Nov. 15) Connected on six treys vs. Seton Hall, tying third-most in a game by a freshman, finishing the game with 19 points and nine rebounds

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Tallied her third double-figure game of the year with 11 points in 20 minutes vs. Coppin State (Dec. 6) Hit a season-high four field goals and went 4-for-4 from the charity stripe for 13 points against IPFW Grabbed a career-best 14 rebounds in the win over Marshall (Dec. 20) Made 10-of-15 field goal attempts to score a careerbest 23 points versus Saint Francis (Dec. 29) Registered her sixth double-digit game of the season with 10 points at No. 3 Texas (Jan. 7) Tallied a game-high 16 points at Baylor (Feb. 15), going 6-of-10 from the field in 16 minutes Hit the game-winning jumper with five seconds left to beat Iowa State (Feb. 21), finishing the game with 10 points and a team-best six rebounds Netted 11 points at TCU (Feb. 24), setting season highs in assists (2) and steals (2) Hit two triples in the overtime win over No. 24 Texas (March 1) Scored seven points and had eight rebounds in the win over Texas Tech (March 6) Recorded her second 20-point game, notching 20 points and hitting five triples vs. Buffalo (March 19) Went 5-of-7 behind the arch for 71.4 percent, tying for fourth-most as a freshman and 10th on the school’s single-game chart Netted 15 points in 20 minutes of action against Duquesne (March 26)

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A four-star prospect, ranked No. 34 overall nationally by ESPNU HoopGurlz Ranked No. 31 by Blue Star, No. 36 by All-Star Girls Report and No. 5 in her position A force in the paint with five 30-point games and 26 double-figure scoring games as a junior Recorded a triple-double with 32 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocks her junior season Scored her 1,000th point in a 73-64 win over Franklin in the first round of the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 playoffs in East Orange Averaged 22.7 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.7 blocks per game as a senior Also played for the New Jersey Sparks under coach Keith Gilchrist Named to the 2012 Adidas All-American Camp, comprised of the Top 60 Rising Seniors as selected by a committee

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Daughter of Wednesday Hatten and Tyrone Muldrow Birthday is Dec. 16 Has two brothers and one sister Majoring in criminology Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Career Highs Points............................................ 23, Saint Francis (12/29/14) Minutes...................................................33, vs. Yale (11/29/15) FGM.............................................. 10, 2x, last at TCU (1/24/16) FGA.............................................15, 3x, at Gonzaga (11/22/15) FG%.........................................85.7%, Coppin State (11/16/15) 3FGM...................................................6, Seton Hall (11/17/14) 3FGA..................................................11, Seton Hall (11/17/14) 3FG%..........................100.0%, 6x, last, at Ohio State (3/20/16) FTM..........................................................7, vs. Yale (11/29/15) FTA.........................................................11, vs. Yale (11/29/15) FT%......................................100.0%, 8x, last vs. Texas (3/6/16) Rebounds.........................................14, vs. Marshall (12/20/14) Assists.....................................................4, 2x, Elon (12/28/15) Turnovers............................................8, at Oklahoma (1/27/16) Blocks....................................3, 4x, last, Kansas State (3/20/16) Steals...................................... 4, 2x, last vs. Indiana (12/21/15)

Double-Doubles 21 pts, 10 reb..................................................at TCU (1/24/16)

20-Point Games 23....................................................... Saint Francis (12/29/14) 20.................................................................. Buffalo (3/19/15) 20................................................................vs. Yale (11/29/15) 21...................................................................at TCU (1/24/16)

Career Statistical Totals

Year 2014-15 2015-16 Total

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 38 17 618 16.3 96 277 .347 47 157 .299 23 45 .511 50 107 157 4.1 75 2 29 76 19 22 262 6.9 33 1 768 23.3 127 256 .496 39 86 .453 57 88 .648 59 137 196 5.9 93 2 42 70 32 42 350 10.6 71 18 1386 19.5 223 533 .418 86 243 .354 80 133 .602 109 244 353 5.0 168 4 71 146 51 64 612 8.6

Career Conference Statistical Totals

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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 18 5 221 12.3 34 109 .312 18 67 .269 7 13 .538 15 42 57 3.2 26 0 13 34 10 6 93 5.2 16 1 347 21.7 58 109 .532 20 39 .513 24 42 .571 30 55 85 5.3 46 2 18 34 19 9 160 10.0 34 6 568 16.7 92 218 .422 38 106 .358 31 55 .564 45 97 142 4.2 72 2 31 68 29 15 253 7.4

  




2015-16 Game-By-Game Statistics

Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg DELAWARE STATE 11-14-15 21 6 10 .600 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 0 8 8 8.0 2 0 3 1 1 4 13 13.0 COPPIN STATE 11-16-15 24 6 7 .857 2 3 .667 3 4 .750 2 6 8 8.0 3 0 1 4 0 3 17 15.0 at Gonzaga 11-22-15 31 2 15 .133 1 6 .167 1 2 .500 3 4 7 7.7 1 0 2 1 0 1 6 12.0 vs USC 11-23-15 31 4 9 .444 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 2 4 6 7.3 4 0 3 2 1 2 9 11.3 vs Grand Canyon 11-24-15 19 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 3 3 1.000 1 0 1 6.0 3 0 0 2 0 2 7 10.4 vs Yale University 11-29-15 33 6 9 .667 1 2 .500 7 11 .636 4 3 7 6.2 4 0 0 2 0 2 20 12.0 MOREHEAD STATE 12-2-15 19 3 6 .500 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 5 3 8 6.4 3 0 4 2 0 1 8 11.4 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12-6-15 18 7 11 .636 1 3 .333 2 2 1.000 1 3 4 6.1 3 0 1 2 0 1 17 12.1 vs Marshall 12-13-15 22 4 9 .444 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 2 4 6 6.1 3 0 0 3 1 3 9 11.8 LONGWOOD 12-16-15 24 6 12 .500 1 1 1.000 1 2 .500 2 5 7 6.2 2 0 2 1 1 1 14 12.0 vs James Madison 12-20-15 26 4 7 .571 1 2 .500 5 6 .833 2 5 7 6.3 2 0 0 2 1 1 14 12.2 vs Indiana 12-21-15 26 2 10 .200 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 6 6 6.3 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 11.6 ELON 12-28-15 24 3 7 .429 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 2 8 10 6.5 2 0 4 4 1 3 7 11.2 TEXAS 12-30-15 17 2 3 .667 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 4 5 6.4 1 0 2 2 1 0 5 10.8 TEXAS TECH 1-9-16 25 2 6 .333 1 2 .500 4 8 .500 3 2 5 6.3 2 0 1 0 1 1 9 10.7 at Baylor 1-12-16 22 3 6 .500 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 2 3 5 6.3 3 0 0 4 2 0 7 10.4 KANSAS 1-16-16 21 4 9 .444 0 3 .000 2 4 .500 0 1 1 5.9 1 0 0 0 2 0 10 10.4 at TCU 1-24-16 26 10 14 .714 0 1 .000 1 1 1.000 6 4 10 6.2 3 0 2 1 0 0 21 11.0 at Oklahoma 1-27-16 31 6 12 .500 4 8 .500 0 0 .000 2 6 8 6.3 2 0 3 8 2 1 16 11.3 BAYLOR 1-30-16 * 22 2 3 .667 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 4 4 6.2 5 1 1 1 1 1 5 11.0 at Texas Tech 2-2-16 28 3 7 .429 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 7 8 6.2 4 0 1 2 2 2 7 10.8 KANSAS STATE 2-6-16 20 4 5 .800 1 1 1.000 1 2 .500 0 6 6 6.2 3 0 1 2 3 1 10 10.7 IOWA STATE 2-10-16 9 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 0 2 2 6.0 4 0 0 1 1 0 5 10.5 at Oklahoma State 2-13-16 9 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 3 4 .750 2 2 4 6.0 5 1 1 0 0 0 3 10.2 OKLAHOMA 2-17-16 21 4 11 .364 0 2 .000 2 6 .333 2 0 2 5.8 3 0 0 2 0 1 10 10.2 at Texas 2-21-16 19 1 5 .200 0 2 .000 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 5.7 3 0 1 4 2 0 4 9.9 TCU 2-24-16 29 6 9 .667 3 4 .750 5 6 .833 4 5 9 5.8 2 0 3 1 1 0 20 10.3 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-27-16 23 5 7 .714 4 5 .800 0 1 .000 2 4 6 5.8 2 0 1 1 1 1 14 10.4 at Iowa State 3-1-16 25 5 7 .714 4 5 .800 0 2 .000 4 4 8 5.9 3 0 1 5 0 1 14 10.6 vs Kansas State 3-5-16 26 3 6 .500 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 1 8 9 6.0 4 0 0 1 0 2 9 10.5 vs Texas 3-6-16 28 4 12 .333 2 10 .200 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 5.8 3 0 1 4 0 1 12 10.5 vs Princeton 3-18-16 21 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 6 8 .750 1 5 6 5.8 3 0 0 0 1 2 8 10.5 at Ohio State 3-20-16 28 6 10 .600 3 3 1.000 0 0 .000 0 9 9 5.9 1 0 2 3 3 0 15 10.6 2015-16 Totals 1 768 127 256 .496 39 86 .453 57 88 .648 59 137 196 5.9 93 2 42 70 32 42 350 10.6

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EASTERN KENTUCKY 11/15/14 * 28 2 8 .250 1 6 .167 3 6 .500 2 3 5 5.0 4 0 1 5 1 0 8 8.0 SETON HALL 11/17/14 * 32 6 15 .400 6 11 .545 1 2 .500 2 7 9 7.0 4 0 2 5 1 0 19 13.5 at Mississippi State 11/20/14 * 31 3 10 .300 0 3 .000 1 1 1.000 4 1 5 6.3 5 1 1 3 0 2 7 11.3 EVANSVILLE 11/26/14 * 15 3 8 .375 2 6 .333 1 2 .500 2 7 9 7.0 3 0 0 1 1 0 9 10.8 FAIRFIELD 11/29/14 * 23 3 11 .273 3 8 .375 1 2 .500 2 2 4 6.4 1 0 0 1 1 2 10 10.6 at Fairleigh Dickinson 12/3/14 * 19 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 1 3 4 6.0 5 1 1 2 0 1 4 9.5 COPPIN STATE 12/6/14 * 20 5 12 .417 1 4 .250 0 1 .000 1 3 4 5.7 3 0 2 3 0 1 11 9.7 DUQUESNE 12/10/14 * 16 1 4 .250 0 3 .000 1 2 .500 0 2 2 5.3 4 0 2 2 1 1 3 8.9 IPFW 12/13/14 * 24 4 6 .667 1 3 .333 4 4 1.000 1 2 3 5.0 2 0 1 0 0 1 13 9.3 vs Marshall 12/20/14 * 25 2 11 .182 0 6 .000 0 0 .000 3 11 14 5.9 1 0 1 4 0 1 4 8.8 at Ohio State 12/22/14 * 24 1 12 .083 1 8 .125 0 2 .000 2 3 5 5.8 4 0 0 4 0 1 3 8.3 SAINT FRANCIS 12/29/14 * 20 10 15 .667 2 4 .500 1 3 .333 4 4 8 6.0 3 0 1 3 0 0 23 9.5 at OKLAHOMA 1/4/15 * 13 0 4 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 4 5 5.9 4 0 1 5 1 1 0 8.8 at Texas 1/7/15 * 19 4 11 .364 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 0 4 4 5.8 4 0 0 4 0 0 10 8.9 BAYLOR 1/10/15 * 15 2 8 .250 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 5.6 2 0 1 1 0 0 4 8.5 TEXAS TECH 1/14/15 * 15 2 9 .222 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 3 1 4 5.5 0 0 1 3 1 1 5 8.3 at Oklahoma State 1/17/15 6 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 5.2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 7.8 KANSAS STATE 1/21/15 9 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 4.9 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 7.4 at Kansas 1/24/15 8 2 4 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 1 1 4.7 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 7.3 at Texas Tech 1/28/15 13 1 5 .200 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 1 5 6 4.8 2 0 1 1 1 1 3 7.1 OKLAHOMA 2/1/15 14 2 6 .333 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 1 4 5 4.8 2 0 0 5 0 0 6 7.0 TCU 2/4/15 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 4.6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.7 at Iowa State 2/7/15 7 1 6 .167 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 3 3 4.6 3 0 1 0 1 0 3 6.6 KANSAS 2/10/15 6 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 4.4 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 6.4 at Baylor 2/15/15 17 6 10 .600 3 5 .600 1 3 .333 1 2 3 4.3 1 0 1 0 1 0 16 6.8 OKLAHOMA STATE 2/18/15 * 12 2 6 .333 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 1 3 4 4.3 0 0 0 6 0 1 5 6.7 IOWA STATE 2/21/15 24 3 10 .300 2 7 .286 2 3 .667 2 4 6 4.4 1 0 2 3 1 0 10 6.9 at TCU 2/24/15 22 4 13 .308 3 9 .333 0 0 .000 2 4 6 4.4 1 0 2 1 3 2 11 7.0 TEXAS 3/1/15 11 2 6 .333 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 1 2 3 4.4 2 0 1 1 0 0 6 7.0 at Kansas State 3/3/15 8 2 7 .286 0 3 .000 1 1 1.000 1 1 2 4.3 2 0 0 1 0 0 5 6.9 vs Texas Tech 3/6/15 21 3 7 .429 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 2 6 8 4.4 2 0 0 2 1 2 7 6.9 vs OKLAHOMA 3/7/15 11 2 5 .400 2 4 .500 0 2 .000 1 1 2 4.3 2 0 0 0 1 0 6 6.9 BUFFALO 3/19/15 26 7 11 .636 5 7 .714 1 1 1.000 3 1 4 4.3 1 0 2 3 1 1 20 7.3 HAMPTON 3/24/15 17 1 6 .167 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 4.3 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 7.1 DUQUESNE 3/26/15 20 6 14 .429 3 7 .429 0 0 .000 4 2 6 4.3 2 0 1 1 0 1 15 7.3 VILLANOVA 3/29/15 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 4.2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7.1 TEMPLE 4/1/15 13 1 5 .200 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 3 4 4.2 2 0 1 2 0 0 3 7.0 UCLA 4/4/15 11 1 6 .167 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 4.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6.9 2014-15 Totals 17 618 96 277 .347 47 157 .299 23 45 .511 50 107 157 4.1 75 2 29 76 19 22 262 6.9  

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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 2015-16 25 24 472 18.9 35 115 .304 16 59 .271 29 49 .592 10 39 49 2.0 54 1 56 63 2 22 115 4.6 Total 25 24 472 18.9 35 115 .304 16 59 .271 29 49 .592 10 39 49 2.0 54 1 56 63 2 22 115 4.6

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FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 24 73 .329 9 36 .250 16 32 .500 9 27 36 2.0 39 1 40 42 1 14 73 4.1 24 73 .329 9 36 .250 16 32 .500 9 27 36 2.0 39 1 40 42 1 14 73 4.1




5-8 | JUNIOR | GUARD | CO-CAPTAIN ALEXANDRIA, VA. | FLORIDA STATE

2015-16 (So.)

Spring 2015 (Fr.)

Sat out the first 10 games of the season due to NCAA transfer rules ■■ Tallied 115 points (4.6 ppg), 56 assists (2.2 apg), 49 rebounds (2.0 rpg) and 22 steals (0.9 spg) in her first season at West Virginia ■■ Started 24 of 25 games played at the point guard position ■■ Made her Mountaineer debut vs. James Madison (Dec. 20) with seven points, three assists and three steals in 29 minutes ■■ Paced WVU with a season-high six assists, while scoring 11 points in the victory over Indiana  ■■ Made 3-of-6 (50%) from the field, finishing with eight points and three steals at Kansas State (Jan. 6)  ■■ Connected on three field goals and finished with eight points and four assists versus Texas Tech (Jan. 9) ■■ Matched a season-high 11 points and grabbed four rebounds in the win over No. 20 Oklahoma (Feb. 17) ■■ Inked 10 points and had two assists at No. 8 Texas (Feb. 21) ■■ Hit three field goals, grabbed four rebounds, dished out four assists and finished with eight points in the win over Iowa State (March 1) ■■ Dished out three assists and scored a field goal in the win over K-State in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinal (March 5) ■■ Netted nine points in the win over Princeton in the NCAA Championship First Round (March 18) ■■Tallied eight points and dished out three assists at Ohio State in the NCAA Championship Second Round (March 20)

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Averaged 5.7 minutes in six games for the Seminoles Recorded a pair of assists and a steal in her collegiate debut vs. UAB on Nov. 14 Grabbed two rebounds in FSU’s win over Furman

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Regarded as one of the most talented players from the Northern Virginia area ESPN HoopGurlz rated her as the 25th-best player at her position for the 2014 class During her four years at Riverdale Baptist High, she guided the Crusaders to a 57-9 overall record Averaged 17.4 points during her senior season and shot 72.3 percent from the free throw line Helped defeat Fremont (Plain City, Utah), 60-35, in the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School National Championship game in Madison Square Garden after pouring in a game-high 22 points, five rebounds and four assists Her coast-to-coast layup with just seconds remaining lifted Riverdale Baptist over Edgewater (Orlando, Fla.), 59-58, in the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School National Semifinals Tabbed the Dick’s Sporting Goods National MVP Guided Riverdale Baptist to a No. 7 final ranking in the USA TODAY Sports Super 25 Poll and a No. 15 ranking in the ESPNw Top 25 Power Rankings Named a 2013-14 Washington Post All-MET First Team performer Also racked up numerous other honors including ESBC All-American, NACA All-American, All-Arlington Sun

Gazette First Team and All-NSP First Team Team finished 28-3 in her senior season As a junior, averaged 13.7 points and drilled 49 threepointers en route to being a Washington Post All-MET Honorable Mention selection Played AAU basketball for the Washington, D.C., based Maryland Lady Terps

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Daughter of Meredith Davis Has two sisters and one brother Birthday is April 10 Majoring in criminology with a goal to be a forensic scientist or lawyer Joined her mother in taking blankets to the Washington D.C. homeless during the winter months Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

Career Highs Points...................................... 11, 2x, last, Oklahoma (2/17/16) Minutes..............................................31, vs. Indiana (12/21/15) FGM.......................................3, 6x, last vs. Princeton (3/18/16) FGA..................................................11, vs. Princeton (3/18/16) FG%..............................100.0%, 2x, last, Kansas State (2/6/16) 3FGM.....................................2, 3x, last vs. Princeton (3/18/16) 3FGA..................................................6, vs. Princeton (3/18/16) 3FG%...................................100.0%, 2x, last vs. Texas (3/6/16) FTM.....................................................5, vs. Indiana (12/21/15) FTA............................................ 6, 3x, last, Oklahoma (2/17/16) FT%..............................100.0%, 3x, last at Ohio State (3/20/16) Rebounds...................................................... 5, Elon (12/28/15) Assists.................................................6, vs. Indiana (12/21/15) Turnovers............................................6, at Ohio State (3/20/16) Blocks.....................................1, 2x, last vs. Princeton (3/18/16) Steals......................................... 3, 3x, at Kansas State (1/6/16) * - WVU career-highs only

2015-16 Game-By-Game Statistics

Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg vs James Madison 12-20-15 * 29 1 5 .200 1 4 .250 4 6 .667 0 1 1 1.0 4 0 3 3 0 3 7 7.0 vs Indiana 12-21-15 * 31 2 9 .222 2 5 .400 5 6 .833 0 2 2 1.5 4 0 6 4 0 2 11 9.0 ELON 12-28-15 * 22 1 5 .200 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 4 5 2.7 1 0 0 3 0 3 2 6.7 TEXAS 12-30-15 * 12 0 6 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 5.0 at Kansas 1-3-16 * 18 1 6 .167 1 3 .333 1 3 .333 2 2 4 2.4 2 0 3 2 0 0 4 4.8 at Kansas State 1-6-16 * 17 3 6 .500 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 3 0 3 8 5.3 TEXAS TECH 1-9-16 * 26 3 7 .429 0 3 .000 2 2 1.000 0 3 3 2.1 3 0 4 5 0 1 8 5.7 at Baylor 1-12-16 * 17 1 5 .200 0 3 .000 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 2.0 5 1 4 2 0 0 4 5.5 KANSAS 1-16-16 * 20 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 1 1 2 2.0 1 0 4 2 0 0 3 5.2 at TCU 1-24-16 * 10 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.8 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 4.7 at Oklahoma 1-27-16 * 17 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.7 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 4.3 BAYLOR 1-30-16 * 8 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.7 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 4.1 at Texas Tech 2-2-16 * 18 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 1.8 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 3.8 KANSAS STATE 2-6-16 * 10 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 1.9 2 0 1 3 0 1 2 3.6 IOWA STATE 2-10-16 * 16 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 0 3 3 1.9 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 3.5 at Oklahoma State 2-13-16 * 24 2 8 .250 1 4 .250 1 3 .333 0 0 0 1.8 3 0 0 2 0 0 6 3.6 OKLAHOMA 2-17-16 * 25 3 5 .600 1 1 1.000 4 6 .667 1 3 4 1.9 2 0 3 3 0 2 11 4.1 at Texas 2-21-16 * 21 3 8 .375 1 4 .250 3 5 .600 0 2 2 1.9 4 0 2 3 0 2 10 4.4 TCU 2-24-16 * 17 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 0 2 .000 1 1 2 1.9 1 0 3 1 0 0 3 4.3 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-27-16 15 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 3 .000 0 3 3 2.0 3 0 4 1 0 0 3 4.3 at Iowa State 3-1-16 * 24 3 5 .600 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 1 3 4 2.1 3 0 4 2 0 2 8 4.4 vs Kansas State 3-5-16 * 17 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.0 2 0 3 2 0 0 2 4.3 vs Texas 3-6-16 * 11 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 4.3 vs Princeton 3-18-16 * 29 3 11 .273 2 6 .333 1 2 .500 0 3 3 2.0 1 0 1 1 1 0 9 4.5 at Ohio State 3-20-16 * 18 2 7 .286 1 4 .250 3 3 1.000 0 0 0 2.0 3 0 3 6 0 0 8 4.6 2015-16 Totals 24 472 35 115 .304 16 59 .271 29 49 .592 10 39 49 2.0 54 1 56 63 2 22 115 4.6

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FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 39 91 .429 23 60 .383 31 44 .705 9 25 34 1.0 41 1 25 24 5 12 132 3.9 39 91 .429 23 60 .383 31 44 .705 9 25 34 1.0 41 1 25 24 5 12 132 3.9

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 18 0 211 11.7 16 39 .410 11 29 .379 11 16 .688 4 9 13 0.7 17 0 12 11 3 6 54 3.0 18 0 211 11.7 16 39 .410 11 29 .379 11 16 .688 4 9 13 0.7 17 0 12 11 3 6 54 3.0

  




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Finished her rookie season with 132 points (3.9 ppg), 34 rebounds (1.0 rpg) and 25 assists (0.7 apg) Led all Mountaineer freshmen with a 42.9 (39-of-91) field goal percentage and ranked second on the team with a 38.3 (23-of-60) three-point field goal percentage Scored a team-high 14 points and made 6-of-7 (85.7%) from the field in her collegiate debut versus Delaware State (Nov. 14) Connected on five free throws in wins over Grand Canyon (Nov. 24) and Fairleigh Dickinson (Dec. 6) Scored eight points and grabbed a season-high five rebounds vs. Morehead State (Dec. 2) Snatched two or more steals in victories over Fairleigh Dickinson (Dec. 6), Kansas (Jan. 6) and TCU (Feb. 24) Missed the Marshall game (Dec. 13) due to medical precaution Dished out four assists win wins over Coppin State (Dec. 16) and Kansas State (Jan. 6) Made two or more three-pointers in seven contests, including two in the win over Indiana (Dec. 27) Netted nine points, including two triples at Baylor (Jan. 12) Made three field goals, finishing with nine points at Texas (Feb. 21) Nailed a three-pointer in eight minutes of action at Ohio State in the NCAA Championship Second Round (March 20)

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Rated as one of the top 12 prospects in Kentucky by Rick Bolus’ Basketball Recruiting Service Served as a captain all four years with her first three at LaRue County and senior year at Bardstown Scored 611 points and pulled in 203 rebounds for Bardstown Averaged 21.1 points and 7.0 rebounds to lead the Lady Tigers to a 21-9 record Shot 41 percent from the field, knocked down 39 percent from three-point range and connected on 81 percent of her free throw attempts during her senior campaign Named a finalist for Kentucky Miss Basketball Tabbed the Region 5 Co-Player of the Year Honored as a Kentucky All-State First Team Basketball selection Nominated for the Kentucky Gatorade Player of the Year and the McDonald’s All-American team Participated in the Kentucky-Indiana and KentuckyOhio All-Star games Tallied 2,258 points and grabbed 760 rebounds to help in her career at LaRue County Guided the Hawks to a runner-up finish in their region Posted a record 44 points in a region tournament game against North Hardin Played AAU basketball with Kentucky Premier, helping the team reach the semifinals of the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL) Nationals

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Daughter of James “Boo” and Debbie Brewer Birthday is January 23 Has two brothers and one sister Enrolled in undergraduate studies Her father, James “Boo” Brewer, played collegiate basketball at Louisville from 1988-93 and then played professionally overseas Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

Career Highs Points......................................... 14, Delaware State (11/14/15) Minutes...........................................21, Coppin State (11/16/15) FGM............................................. 6, Delaware State (11/14/15) FGA.............................................. 7, Delaware State (11/14/15) FG%.............................100.0%, 2x, last at Oklahoma (1/27/16) 3FGM............................................ 2, 7x, last at Texas (2/21/16) 3FGA..............................................4, 5x, last, Kansas (1/16/16) 3FG%...........................100.0%, 3x, last at Ohio State (3/20/16) FTM.............................. 5, 2x, last, Fairleigh Dickinson (12/6/15) FTA.................................................. 6, 3x, last, Baylor (1/30/16) FT%.....................................100.0%, 5x, last at Texas (2/21/16) Rebounds.......................................5, Morehead State (12/2/15) Assists..................................4, 2x, last at Kansas State (1/6/16) Turnovers............................... 3, 4x, last, at Oklahoma (1/27/16) Blocks.............................................. 1, 5x, last, Baylor (1/30/16) Steals................................................. 2, 3x, last, TCU (2/24/16)

2015-16 Game-By-Game Statistics

Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg DELAWARE STATE 11-14-15 15 6 7 .857 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 1 3 4 4.0 2 0 2 3 0 1 14 14.0 COPPIN STATE 11-16-15 21 2 6 .333 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 2.5 2 0 4 3 1 0 7 10.5 at Gonzaga 11-22-15 10 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 0 1.7 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 7.7 vs USC 11-23-15 1 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.8 vs Grand Canyon 11-24-15 16 1 4 .250 1 3 .333 5 6 .833 1 1 2 1.4 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 6.2 vs Yale University 11-29-15 4 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5.5 MOREHEAD STATE 12-2-15 13 2 6 .333 2 4 .500 2 4 .500 1 4 5 1.9 1 0 0 2 0 0 8 5.9 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12-6-15 14 2 6 .333 0 3 .000 5 6 .833 1 0 1 1.8 5 1 1 1 0 2 9 6.3 LONGWOOD 12-16-15 9 1 6 .167 1 4 .250 4 4 1.000 1 0 1 1.7 3 0 2 0 0 1 7 6.3 vs James Madison 12-20-15 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.7 vs Indiana 12-21-15 15 2 3 .667 2 2 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.4 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 5.7 ELON 12-28-15 15 2 3 .667 2 3 .667 2 4 .500 0 2 2 1.4 3 0 1 2 1 0 8 5.9 TEXAS 12-30-15 15 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.4 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 5.7 at Kansas 1-3-16 14 2 3 .667 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.3 2 0 1 0 0 0 6 5.7 at Kansas State 1-6-16 15 2 4 .500 1 3 .333 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 1.2 2 0 4 0 0 0 7 5.8 TEXAS TECH 1-9-16 16 0 4 .000 0 4 .000 2 4 .500 1 2 3 1.3 1 0 1 3 0 0 2 5.6 at Baylor 1-12-16 12 3 5 .600 2 2 1.000 1 1 1.000 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 1 0 1 0 9 5.8 KANSAS 1-16-16 13 2 5 .400 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.3 1 0 1 0 0 2 5 5.7 at TCU 1-24-16 9 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 2 2 1.3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 5.5 at Oklahoma 1-27-16 11 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.3 2 0 1 3 1 0 2 5.3 BAYLOR 1-30-16 16 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 4 6 .667 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 1 1 0 4 5.2 at Texas Tech 2-2-16 9 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 5.0 KANSAS STATE 2-6-16 6 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.8 IOWA STATE 2-10-16 6 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4.6 at Oklahoma State 2-13-16 11 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4.4 OKLAHOMA 2-17-16 11 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4.3 at Texas 2-21-16 19 3 5 .600 2 3 .667 1 1 1.000 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 2 0 0 9 4.5 TCU 2-24-16 7 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 4.4 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-27-16 12 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 4.3 at Iowa State 3-1-16 9 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4.2 vs Kansas State 3-5-16 7 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4.1 vs Texas 3-6-16 14 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.0 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 4.0 vs Princeton 3-18-16 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.9 at Ohio State 3-20-16 8 1 2 .500 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 3.9 2015-16 Totals 0 376 39 91 .429 23 60 .383 31 44 .705 9 25 34 1.0 41 1 25 24 5 12 132 3.9

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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 2015-16 14 0 92 6.6 2 20 .100 0 2 .000 3 4 .750 6 3 9 0.6 10 0 2 3 1 1 7 0.5 14 0 92 6.6 2 20 .100 0 2 .000 3 4 .750 6 3 9 0.6 10 0 2 3 1 1 7 0.5 Total

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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 2015-16 6 0 12 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Total 6 0 12 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

2015-16 Game-By-Game Statistics

Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg DELAWARE STATE 11-14-15 12 0 4 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 COPPIN STATE 11-16-15 8 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1.0 at Gonzaga 11-22-15 7 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.7 vs USC 11-23-15 11 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5 vs Grand Canyon 11-24-15 13 0 5 .000 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 2 0 2 1.4 3 0 2 2 0 0 3 1.0 vs Yale University 11-29-15 8 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.8 MOREHEAD STATE 12-2-15 6 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.7 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12-6-15 15 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0.9 at Kansas 1-3-16 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.8 at Kansas State 1-6-16 2 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.7 KANSAS 1-16-16 3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.6 at Texas Tech 2-2-16 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.6 KANSAS STATE 2-6-16 1 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5 at Iowa State 3-1-16 2 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5 Totals 0 92 2 20 .100 0 2 .000 3 4 .750 6 3 9 0.6 10 0 2 3 1 1 7 0.5

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Big 12 Freshman of the Year Just the second player in program history to earn Freshman of the Year honors, joining Meg Bulger (Big East - 2004) Big 12 All-Freshman Team Twice-named the Big 12 Freshman of the Week (Jan. 11 and Jan. 18) USBWA National Freshman of the Year Finalist Waco Tribune All-Freshman Team Completed her freshman campaign with 362 points (10.3), 112 rebounds (3.2 rpg), 54 assists (1.4 apg) and 34 steals (1.0 spg) Ranked third on the team in scoring overall and second on the team in scoring in conference-only contests Led West Virginia with an 80.6 free throw percentage (54-of-67) Reached double-figure scoring in 19 games and the 20-point plateau twice

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Ranked as the 16th-best wing player by ESPN HoopGurlz FullCourt.com listed her as the 22nd-best prospect for the Class of 2015 in the publications’ yearly Fresh 50 All Star Girls Report listed her as the 41st-best player in the 2015 class Transferred to Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy for her senior year, playing under coach Jackie Cowan Helped SACA reach the Georgia Class A Private School Championship in 2015 Atlanta Journal Constitution tabbed her the 2015 Class A Player of the Year and first team all-state Named the 2015 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA) Class A North Player of the Year and a first team All-GACA North Class A Selection Garnered second team honors on the All-USA Georgia Girls Basketball Team in 2015 Recognized on the All-Metro Atlanta Girls Second Team in 2014 and first team in 2015 Played for perennial Georgia high school power Southwest DeKalb for three years Named Class 5A Georgia All-State First Team Garnered DeKalb All-Metro First Team honors Posted 15 points and pulled in 16 rebounds to lead Southwest DeKalb to a state championship over rival Miller Grove in 2013 The Panthers finished ranked 22nd nationally during her sophomore season Helped Southwest DeKalb reach the 5A Championship game in 2014 Played AAU basketball for the Wallace Prather Atlantic Celtics

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TYNICE MARTIN Career Highs Points................................20, 2x, last vs. Kansas State (3/5/16) Minutes.......................................................32, Baylor (1/31/16) FGM..............................................9, Oklahoma State (2/27/16) FGA............................................................19, Baylor (1/31/16) FG%......................................75.0%, Oklahoma State (2/27/16) 3FGM...............................................4, at Kansas State (1/6/16) 3FGA...................................................... 7, 2x, Baylor (1/30/16) 3FG%..............................100.0%, 4x, last, Oklahoma (2/17/16) FTM.........................................4, 3x, last vs. Princeton (3/18/16 FTA.................................................. 6, vs. Kansas State (3/5/16 FT%.............................100.0%, 13x, last, at Iowa State (3/1/16) Rebounds..................................8, 3x last at Ohio State (3/20/16 Assists.....................................................5, Texas Tech (1/9/16) Turnovers........................4, 2x, last at Oklahoma State (2/13/16) Blocks..................................... 1, 7x, last, vs. Princeton (3/18/16 Steals..............................................................5, TCU (2/24/16)

20-Point Games 20.....................................................Oklahoma State (2/27/16) 20........................................................... Kansas State (3/5/16)

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 2015-16 35 0 828 23.7 140 347 .403 28 110 .255 54 67 .806 19 93 112 3.2 46 0 54 52 7 34 362 10.3 Total 35 0 828 23.7 140 347 .403 28 110 .255 54 67 .806 19 93 112 3.2 46 0 54 52 7 34 362 10.3

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2015-16 Game-By-Game Statistics

FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 79 208 .380 21 76 .276 22 22 1.000 8 37 45 2.5 17 0 29 23 3 24 201 11.2 79 208 .380 21 76 .276 22 22 1.000 8 37 45 2.5 17 0 29 23 3 24 201 11.2

Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg DELAWARE STATE 11-14-15 17 2 6 .333 1 1 1.000 2 5 .400 0 1 1 1.0 2 0 1 1 0 1 7 7.0 COPPIN STATE 11-16-15 16 5 7 .714 1 1 1.000 3 4 .750 0 1 1 1.0 2 0 0 1 0 1 14 10.5 at Gonzaga 11-22-15 19 3 5 .600 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.3 3 0 0 3 0 0 8 9.7 vs USC 11-23-15 31 1 9 .111 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 0 7 7 2.8 1 0 2 1 0 0 3 8.0 vs Grand Canyon 11-24-15 21 3 7 .429 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 2 2 4 3.0 0 0 1 1 1 0 8 8.0 vs Yale University 11-29-15 15 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.7 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 6.7 MOREHEAD STATE 12-2-15 21 2 11 .182 0 2 .000 3 4 .750 1 5 6 3.1 2 0 1 1 0 0 7 6.7 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12-6-15 24 5 8 .625 0 1 .000 2 2 1.000 1 2 3 3.1 2 0 3 3 0 3 12 7.4 vs Marshall 12-13-15 28 5 9 .556 1 1 1.000 4 4 1.000 0 8 8 3.7 1 0 0 3 0 0 15 8.2 LONGWOOD 12-16-15 23 3 9 .333 0 3 .000 2 3 .667 1 5 6 3.9 1 0 3 1 0 0 8 8.2 vs James Madison 12-20-15 25 5 10 .500 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 1 2 3 3.8 2 0 4 1 0 0 11 8.5 vs Indiana 12-21-15 23 2 6 .333 0 2 .000 3 4 .750 1 2 3 3.8 1 0 3 4 0 0 7 8.3 ELON 12-28-15 10 1 2 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 3.5 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 7.8 TEXAS 12-30-15 31 5 18 .278 3 6 .500 2 2 1.000 2 0 2 3.4 1 0 1 2 0 1 15 8.4 at Kansas 1-3-16 18 1 6 .167 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 3.2 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 7.9 at Kansas State 1-6-16 28 5 10 .500 4 6 .667 2 2 1.000 0 2 2 3.1 1 0 1 1 0 1 16 8.4 TEXAS TECH 1-9-16 27 6 13 .462 1 5 .200 2 2 1.000 0 5 5 3.2 0 0 5 2 1 2 15 8.8 at Baylor 1-12-16 23 5 14 .357 0 6 .000 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 3.1 1 0 1 0 0 0 12 9.0 KANSAS 1-16-16 21 8 12 .667 0 2 .000 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 3.0 2 0 2 2 0 2 18 9.5 at TCU 1-24-16 21 2 9 .222 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 3 3 3.0 1 0 1 0 0 2 5 9.3 at Oklahoma 1-27-16 26 4 15 .267 0 7 .000 2 2 1.000 2 2 4 3.0 2 0 0 3 0 2 10 9.3 BAYLOR 1-30-16 32 7 19 .368 2 7 .286 1 1 1.000 1 3 4 3.1 0 0 2 2 0 1 17 9.6 at Texas Tech 2-2-16 23 3 8 .375 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 1 2 3 3.1 1 0 2 1 0 1 9 9.6 KANSAS STATE 2-6-16 21 4 9 .444 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 3.1 0 0 2 1 1 1 8 9.5 IOWA STATE 2-10-16 23 0 10 .000 0 5 .000 0 0 .000 0 4 4 3.1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 9.2 at Oklahoma State 2-13-16 27 4 14 .286 1 5 .200 4 4 1.000 1 0 1 3.0 1 0 1 4 0 0 13 9.3 OKLAHOMA 2-17-16 24 4 8 .500 1 1 1.000 3 3 1.000 1 3 4 3.1 3 0 1 2 0 0 12 9.4 at Texas 2-21-16 20 5 11 .455 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 0 3.0 3 0 0 1 0 0 12 9.5 TCU 2-24-16 27 2 7 .286 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 4 4 3.0 0 0 3 0 1 5 4 9.3 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-27-16 25 9 12 .750 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.9 1 0 1 1 0 2 20 9.7 at Iowa State 3-1-16 25 5 13 .385 1 3 .333 2 2 1.000 0 2 2 2.9 0 0 2 0 0 1 13 9.8 vs Kansas State 3-5-16 28 8 14 .571 0 2 .000 4 6 .667 1 2 3 2.9 1 0 2 2 1 2 20 10.1 vs Texas 3-6-16 25 3 10 .300 0 3 .000 1 2 .500 1 2 3 2.9 1 0 0 2 0 0 7 10.0 vs Princeton 3-18-16 31 6 11 .545 0 4 .000 4 5 .800 0 8 8 3.1 1 0 2 2 1 3 16 10.2 at Ohio State 3-20-16 29 7 12 .583 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 2 6 8 3.2 4 0 1 2 0 0 16 10.3 2015-16 Totals 0 828 140 347 .403 28 110 .255 54 67 .806 19 93 112 3.2 46 0 54 52 7 34 362 10.3

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Career Highs Points......................................19, Fairleigh Dickinson (12/6/15) Minutes....................................... 26, Delaware State (11/14/15) FGM..........................................7, Fairleigh Dickinson (12/6/15) FGA............................ 14, 2x, last, Fairleigh Dickinson (12/6/15) FG%.................................................80.0%, at Kansas (1/3/16) 3FGM.......................................4, 2x, last at Iowa State (3/1/16) 3FGA............................................ 9, Delaware State (11/14/15) 3FG%............................... 66.7%, vs. Grand Canyon (11/24/15) FTM....................................2, 8x, last, vs. Kansas State (3/5/16) FTA.......................................... 3, 2x, last vs. Indiana (12/21/15) FT%...................................100.0%, 7x, last vs. K-State (3/5/16) Rebounds........................5, 3x, last at Oklahoma State (2/13/16) Assists................................................. 4, Longwood (12/16/15) Turnovers.................................... 4, at Oklahoma State (2/13/16 Blocks..................................................................................N/A Steals.................................................. 2, Longwood (12/16/15)

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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 2015-16 35 35 498 14.2 75 225 .333 39 136 .287 18 21 .857 20 48 68 1.9 55 2 31 36 0 16 207 5.9 Total 35 35 498 14.2 75 225 .333 39 136 .287 18 21 .857 20 48 68 1.9 55 2 31 36 0 16 207 5.9

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Led WVU with 16 points, including four made triples, in the win over Indiana (Dec. 21) Finished with eight points, two rebounds and two assists in the win at Texas Tech (Feb. 2) Matched a season-best five rebounds and finished with seven points at Oklahoma State (Feb. 13) Hit four treys and finished with 14 points in the win at Iowa State (March 1) Nailed two three-pointers vs. Princeton in the NCAA Championship First Round (March 18)

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Named the Vista Ridge Offensive Player of the Year after helping lead her team to a district title as a junior Earned Marble Falls All-Tournament Team accolades As a sophomore, led the Lady Rangers to a district and area championship Garnered All-District Newcomer of the Year honors as a sophomore Named Girls Basketball Academic All-District in 2013 Helped lead Vista Ridge to a district and area championship titles, advancing to the Region Finals as a sophomore Played AAU for TeamXpress under direction of two-time National Player of the Year and Olympian Clarissa Davis-Wrightsil AAU teammate of WVU teammate Anja Martin Enjoyed academic success in the classroom with numerous awards: Class 5A Academic All-State, Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA) 5A All-State Academic Team and the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA) Academic All-State team

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Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg DELAWARE STATE 11-14-15 * 26 4 14 .286 2 9 .222 0 0 .000 3 0 3 3.0 1 0 3 1 0 0 10 10.0 COPPIN STATE 11-16-15 * 15 3 8 .375 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 1 4 5 4.0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 8.5 at Gonzaga 11-22-15 * 17 1 10 .100 1 8 .125 2 2 1.000 0 2 2 3.3 5 1 3 0 0 0 5 7.3 vs USC 11-23-15 * 14 4 7 .571 3 5 .600 1 1 1.000 0 1 1 2.8 3 0 0 2 0 1 12 8.5 vs Grand Canyon 11-24-15 * 20 4 7 .571 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 0 5 5 3.2 1 0 0 1 0 1 10 8.8 vs Yale University 11-29-15 * 24 3 8 .375 0 3 .000 1 2 .500 1 3 4 3.3 4 0 1 0 0 1 7 8.5 MOREHEAD STATE 12-2-15 * 17 4 12 .333 2 6 .333 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 2.9 0 0 1 1 0 1 12 9.0 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12-6-15 * 23 7 14 .500 3 7 .429 2 3 .667 1 1 2 2.8 1 0 2 2 0 0 19 10.3 vs Marshall 12-13-15 * 15 3 8 .375 3 8 .375 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.6 1 0 0 2 0 0 9 10.1 LONGWOOD 12-16-15 * 19 1 10 .100 1 8 .125 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.5 3 0 4 0 0 2 3 9.4 vs James Madison 12-20-15 * 15 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.4 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 8.7 vs Indiana 12-21-15 * 18 5 10 .500 4 8 .500 2 3 .667 0 0 0 2.2 1 0 1 2 0 0 16 9.3 ELON 12-28-15 * 19 1 9 .111 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.2 4 0 1 3 0 0 2 8.8 TEXAS 12-30-15 * 6 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 8.1 at Kansas 1-3-16 * 15 4 5 .800 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 2 2 4 2.1 0 0 2 0 0 1 9 8.2 at Kansas State 1-6-16 * 17 3 7 .429 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2.1 0 0 2 0 0 0 6 8.1 TEXAS TECH 1-9-16 * 18 1 8 .125 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 7.7 at Baylor 1-12-16 * 11 2 4 .500 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 3 0 3 2.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 7.6 KANSAS 1-16-16 * 12 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 7.2 at TCU 1-24-16 * 11 2 6 .333 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.0 1 0 1 1 0 1 5 7.1 at Oklahoma 1-27-16 * 7 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.7 BAYLOR 1-30-16 * 12 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1.9 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 6.5 at Texas Tech 2-2-16 * 16 3 7 .429 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.9 3 0 2 2 0 0 8 6.6 KANSAS STATE 2-6-16 * 17 3 7 .429 2 5 .400 2 2 1.000 1 3 4 2.0 1 0 1 2 0 0 10 6.7 IOWA STATE 2-10-16 * 12 1 7 .143 0 2 .000 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 1.9 0 0 1 2 0 1 4 6.6 at Oklahoma State 2-13-16 * 17 2 8 .250 1 6 .167 2 2 1.000 2 3 5 2.0 5 1 0 4 0 1 7 6.6 OKLAHOMA 2-17-16 * 7 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 6.4 at Texas 2-21-16 * 8 0 4 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 2.0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 6.1 TCU 2-24-16 * 9 1 3 .333 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 6.0 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-27-16 * 9 2 7 .286 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 6.0 at Iowa State 3-1-16 * 18 5 9 .556 4 7 .571 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2.0 0 0 1 0 0 1 14 6.3 vs Kansas State 3-5-16 * 12 1 4 .250 1 3 .333 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 1.9 0 0 0 1 0 1 5 6.2 vs Texas 3-6-16 * 7 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 2.0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 6.1 vs Princeton 3-18-16 * 9 2 4 .500 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.9 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 6.1 at Ohio State 3-20-16 * 6 0 3 .000 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.9 2015-16 Totals 35 498 75 225 .333 39 136 .287 18 21 .857 20 48 68 1.9 55 2 31 36 0 16 207 5.9

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King Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Year All-Freshman honors and being named a finalist for Junior college transfer Kristina King was named the Big 12 Conference’s Preseason Newcomer of the Year as chosen by the league’s head coaches in October. King originally signed with West Virginia in November 2013 before spending the past two seasons at Gulf Coast State. The forward was selected as the 2016 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Player of the Year and the WBCA Junior/Community College Player of the Year. Additionally, she was an AllAmerica first team selection by the NJCAA and WBCA. She was also tabbed the nation’s top junior college player by Dan Olson of the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report. King, a native of Mebane, North Carolina, led her Gulf Coast State squad to a 32-1 mark and the 2016 junior college national championship. She averaged 19.1 points and 8.8 rebounds as a sophomore while connecting on 54.2 percent of her field goal attempts.

Martin and Montgomery Honored Returning Mountaineers Tynice Martin and Lanay Montgomery were named Preseason All-Big 12 Honorable Mention as chosen by the league’s head coaches in October. Martin returns to WVU after earning Big 12 Freshman of the Year and Big 12

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National Freshman of the Year by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) in 2016. The Atlanta native averaged 10.3 points and grabbed 3.2 rebounds in 35 games. Martin shot 40.3 percent (140-of-347) from the field. Montgomery, a senior captain from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, returns after garnering All-Big 12 Second Team honors, as well as being tabbed to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team. Montgomery led WVU with 284 rebounds and 97 blocks. She set a school single-season record with a 58.9 field goal percentage (116-of-197). Montgomery’s 2.8 blocks per game anchored a Mountaineer squad that won a NCAA Statistical Award with 6.5 blocks per game.

Mountaineers in Preseason Top 25 West Virginia was recognized in the Lindy’s Magazine Women’s Basketball Preseason Top 25. The Mountaineers were projected at No. 23 in the preseason poll. Nonconference opponent Auburn was selected as No. 24. Other Big 12 opponents in the poll were No. 1 Baylor, No. 8 Texas and No. 14 Oklahoma. The Associated Press and USA TODAY Sports Coaches polls will be released in early November 2016.

Coach Mike Carey, the program’s all-time wins leader with 322 career victories, realizes the Mountaineers will have a different look after the graduation of WNBA first round draft pick Bria Holmes. In the past three seasons, WVU has produced three of the program’s top-six scoring efforts including a school record 2,581 points in 2014, 2,484 points in 2015 (3rd) and 2,470 points (6th) in 2016. Teana Muldrow is the Mountaineers’ returning scorer, averaging 10.6 points per game from the bench. Muldrow led WVU with a 45.3 three-point field goal percentage (57-of88). Other key returners include starting point guard Chania Ray, who dished out 56 assists in 24 games. Sophomores Katrina Pardee (5.9 ppg), Alexis Brewer (3.9 ppg) and Anja Martin (0.5 ppg) also return. Desiree Rhodes, a senior post, returns after averaging 1.7 rebounds and 1.0 points per game. “Let’s be honest. Somebody has to pick up the scoring for Bria Holmes,” Carey said. “Somebody has to pick up that scoring. We need Lanay (Montgomery) and Teana (Muldrow) to do that. Tynice (Martin) is going to score. Even Chania (Ray), Katrina Pardee and Alexis Brewer need to step up. I don’t think it’s any one person, but it’s a group. We need them all to step up and take ownership and leadership of that area, while continuing to play defense.”




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Montgomery Eyeing Career Marks Senior Lanay Montgomery achieved multiple personal milestones last season, including averaging a career-high 8.2 points per game and a career-best 8.1 rebounds per game. Montgomery’s 2.8 blocked shots per game ranked second in the conference and 20th nationally. The Pittsburgh native set a school single-season record with a 58.9 field goal percentage (116-of-197). Coming into the 201617 campaign, Montgomery is third all-time at WVU with 231 career blocked shots. She is 40 away from reaching second place currently held by Asya Bussie (270). Montgomery’s blocked shot total is 10th on the Big 12 Conference’s career blocks list. She has 625 total rebounds in three seasons and is 91 away from reaching WVU’s top 10. Additionally, Montgomery has corralled 212 career offensive rebounds and is 17 away from reaching the top 10. “I have been working on building my confidence more this offseason and definitely working on my hook shot,” said Montgomery. “Everyone wants to go out strong. I want to finish out my career here strong and on a good note.”

Lending a Helping Hand The West Virginia University women’s basketball team participated in multiple community service projects during the offseason. Most notably, the Mountaineers collected supplies for those affected by the flooding in southern West Virginia in June

2016. On July 15, 2016, the team, coaches and staff members traveled to Rainelle, West Virginia, to help with the cleanup efforts. The Mountaineers mucked and tore out water-soaked wood of a family home that had been affected by the flood. On November 1, West Virginia will take on Concord in an exhibition game at Robert C. Byrd High School in Clarksburg, West Virginia.

The Newest Additions West Virginia welcomes three incoming freshmen, a redshirt freshman and two junior college transfers for the 2016-17. Headlining this year’s newcomers includes the WBCA and NJCAA National Junior College Player of the Year forward Kristina King from Gulf Coast State. King averaged 19.1 points and 8.8 rebounds to help Gulf Coast State win the NJCAA Division I title. WVU also welcomes Aisha Edwards from Chipola Junior College, who earned NJCAA Second Team All-American accolades in 2016. Edwards averaged 14.4 points, 5.8 assists and 3.3 rebounds as a sophomore. Forward Marlena Schmidt, a native of Eighty, Four, Pa., redshirted the 2015-16 season and returns as a redshirt freshman. The freshman newcomers include Krystaline McCune, a 6-foot-4 forward from Louisville, Kentucky (duPont Manual High School); Nia Staples, a 5-foot-9 guard from Cincinnati, Ohio (Lakota West High School); and Bailey Thomas, a 5-foot-9 guard from Rochester Hills, Mich. (Centennial (Nev.) High School). 

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ON THE 2016-17 SCHEDULE FIRST TIME OPPONENTS: Auburn, Charleston Southern, North Carolina A&T TEAM’S IN LAST YEAR’S POSTSEASON: NCAA: Auburn (Second Round) Baylor (Elite Eight) Kansas State (Second Round) North Carolina A&T (First Round) Oklahoma (Second Round) Oklahoma State (First Round) Texas (Elite Eight) WNIT: TCU (Third Round) WBI: USC Upstate (Semifinals) GAMES TO NOTE: • Exhibition Game (Clarksburg, W.Va.): Tuesday, Nov. 1, Concord • Season & Home Opener: Saturday, Nov. 12, Charleston Southern • Road Opener: Tuesday, Nov. 22, vs. North Carolina A&T in Savannah, Ga. • Big 12 Opener: Thursday, Dec. 29 at TCU • Big 12 Home Opener: Wednesday, Jan. 4, Baylor • Senior Night at the Coliseum: Monday, Feb. 27, Kansas • Big 12 Championship: March 3-6, at Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Okla. 2016-17 BIG 12 CONFERENCE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PRESEASON POLL 1. Baylor (9) . . . . . 81 6. TCU . . . . . . . . . 34 2. Texas (1) . . . . . . 73 7. Iowa State . . . . 28 3. Oklahoma . . . . 61 8. Texas Tech . . . . 28 4. West Virginia . . 57 9. Oklahoma State . . 23 5. Kansas State . . 50 10. Kansas . . . . . . 15

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CHARLESTON SOUTHERN NOV. 12 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Charleston, S.C. Conference: Big South Nickname: Buccaneers Head Coach: Fred Applin (Elon, ’85) Record at School: 50-111 (four seasons) Career Record: Same 2015-16 Record/Conference: 14-17/8-12 (7th in Big South) 2015-16 Postseason: None

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4 Newcomers: 6 SID Contact: Carly Groshon E-Mail: cgroshon@csuniv.edu SID Office: (843) 863-7433 Website: www.CSUSports.com Twitter: @CSUBucsWBB

HOWARD

NOV. 15 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA.| WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Washington, D.C. Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Nickname: Bison Head Coach: Ty Grace (New Haven, ’99) Record at School: 7-24 (one season) Career Record: 61-55 (four seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 7-24/4-12 (11th in MEAC) 2015-16 Postseason: None

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 Newcomers: 7 SID Contact: Candace Johnson E-Mail: candace.johnson1@howard.edu SID Office: (202) 806-7182 Website: www.HUBison.com Twitter: @HUBisonSports

COPPIN STATE

NOV. 19 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) 2015-16 Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6 Newcomers: 4 SID Contact: Jason Pompey E-Mail: jpompey@coppin.edu SID Office: (410) 951-3729 Website: www.CoppinStateSports.com Twitter: @CoppinSports

Location: Baltimore, Md. Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Nickname: Eagles Head Coach: DeWayne Burroughs (Coppin State, ’91) Record at School: First Season Career Record: 21-9 (one season) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 16-16/10-6 (T-4th in MEAC)

NORTH CAROLINA A&T

NOV. 22 – SAVANNAH, GA. | SAVANNAH CIVIC CENTER (9,600) Location: Greensboro, N.C. Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Nickname: Aggies Head Coach: Tarrell Robinson (North Carolina A&T, ’01) Record at School: 85-40 (four seasons) Career Record: Same 2015-16 Record/Conference: 19-12/12-4 (1st in MEAC)

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2015-16 Postseason: NCAA Tournament First Round Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/8 Newcomers: 8 SID Contact: Kathryn McGinn E-mail: kmcginn@ncat.edu SID Office: (336) 285-3609 Website: NCATAggies.COM Twitter: @LadyAggieBall

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Savannah Invitational

NOV. 23 – SAVANNAH, GA. | SAVANNAH CIVIC CENTER (9,600) Location: Greenville, N.C. Conference: American Athletic Nickname: Pirates Head Coach: Heather Macy (Greensboro College, ’00) Record at School: 107-83 (six seasons) Career Record: 222-122 (11 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 13-19/6-12 (8th in AAC)

2015-16 Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/6 Newcomers: 8 SID Contact: Adam Miller Email: millera@ecu.edu SID Office: (252) 737-5112 Website: ECUPirates.com Twitter: @ECUWomensHoops

AUBURN

Savannah Invitational

NOV. 24 – SAVANNAH, GA. | SAVANNAH CIVIC CENTER (9,600) Location: Auburn, Ala. Conference: Southeastern Nickname: Tigers Head Coach: Terri Williams-Flournoy (Penn State, ’91) Record at School: 71-61 (four seasons) Career Record: 214-165 (12 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 20-13/8-8 (9th in SEC)

2015-16 Postseason: NCAA Tournament Second Round Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/2 Newcomers: 5 SID Contact: Wes Todd Email: wlt0006@auburn.edu SID Office: (334) 750-5682 Website: AuburnTigers.com Twitter: @AuburnWBB

HIGH POINT

NOV. 27 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: High Point, N.C. Conference: Big South Nickname: Panthers Head Coach: DeUnna Hendrix (Richmond, ’07) Record at School: 71-55 (four seasons) Career Record: Same 2015-16 Record/Conference: 12-19/10-10 (6th in Big South) 2015-16 Postseason: None

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/1 Newcomers: 3 SID Contact: Cory McCune Email: cmccune@highpoint.edu SID Office: (336) 841-4640 Website: HighPointPanthers.com Twitter: @HPUWBB

MOREHEAD STATE

NOV. 30 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Morehead, Ky. Conference: Ohio Valley Nickname: Eagles Head Coach: Greg Todd (Eastern Kentucky, ’83) Record at School: 22-38 (two seasons) Career Record: 179-102 (10 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 10-20/4-12 (11th in OVC) 2015-16 Postseason: None

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/2 Newcomers: 4 SID Contact: Connor Link E-mail: dlink@moreheadstate.edu SID Office: (606) 783-2500 Website: MSUEagles.com Twitter: @MSUEaglesWBB

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OLE MISS

SEC/Big 12 Challenge

DEC. 4 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Oxford, Miss. Conference: Southeastern Nickname: Rebels Head Coach: Matt Insell (Middle Tennessee, ’07) Record at School: 41-54 (three seasons) Career Record: Same 2015-16 Record/Conference: 10-20/2-14 (14th in SEC) 2015-16 Postseason: None

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 5 SID Contact: Jessica Poole E-Mail: jepoole1@olemiss.edu SID Office: (662) 915-7896 Website: OleMissSports.com Twitter: @OleMissWBB

USC UPSTATE

DEC. 10 – MORGANTOWN, W. VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Spartanburg, S.C. Conference: Atlantic Sun Nickname: Spartans Head Coach: Tammy George (UNC Charlotte, ’93) Record at School: 156-175 (11 seasons) Career Record: 199-196 (13 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 21-12/10-4 (3rd in ASUN) 2015-16 Postseason: WBI Semifinals

Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/6 Newcomers: 5 SID Contact: Steven Grandy E-Mail: sgrandy@uscupstate.edu SID Office: (864) 503-5129 Website: UpstateSpartans.com Twitter: @UpstateWB

LONGWOOD

DEC. 17 – CHARLESTON, W.VA. | CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER (13,000) Location: Farmville, Va. Conference: Big South Nickname: Lancers Head Coach: Bill Reinson (Phoenix, ’00) Record at School: 47-127 (six seasons) Career Record: Same 2015-16 Record/Conference: 8-22/5-15 (10th in Big South) 2015-16 Postseason: None

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/5 Newcomers: 5 SID Contact: Todd Lindenmuth E-Mail: lindenmuthwt@longwood.edu SID Office: (434) 395-2716 Website: LongwoodLancers.com Twitter: @Longwood_WBB

MOUNT ST. MARY’S

DEC. 21 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Emmitsburg, Md. Conference: Northeast Nickname: Mountaineers Head Coach: Bryan Whitten (King’s College, ’91) Record at School: 105-166 (nine seasons) Career Record: 325-269 (21 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 9-21/7-11 (8th in NEC) 2015-16 Postseason: None

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Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/5 Newcomers: 4 SID Contact: Evan Roeser Email: roeser@msmary.edu SID Office: (301) 447-5384 Website: MountAthletics.com Twitter: @MountAthletics






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DEC. 29 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS | ED AND RAE SCHOLLMAIER ARENA (6,700) FEB. 22 – MORGANTOWN, W. VA.| WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Fort Worth, Texas Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Horned Frogs Head Coach: Raegan Pebley (Colorado, ’97) Record at School: 36-29 (two seasons) Career Record: 192-204 (13 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 18-15/8-10 (T-6th in Big 12) 2015-16 Postseason: WNIT Third Round

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/6 Newcomers: 5 SID Contact: Matt Mays E-Mail: matt.mays@tcu.edu SID Office: (817) 257-5367 Website: GoFrogs.com Twitter: @TCUWbasketball

KANSAS STATE

JAN. 1 – MANHATTAN, KAN. | BRAMLAGE COLISEUM (12,528) FEB. 15 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Manhattan, Kan. Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Wildcats Head Coach: Jeff Mittie (Missouri Western, ’89) Record at School: 38-27 (two seasons) Career Record: 492-261 (24 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 19-13/8-10 (T-6th in Big 12) 2015-16 Postseason: NCAA Tournament Second Round

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3 Newcomers: 4 SID Contact: Randy Peterson E-Mail: rpeterson@kstatesports.com SID Office: (785) 532-7975 Website: K-StateSports.com Twitter: @KStateWBB

BAYLOR

JAN. 4 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) JAN. 21 – WACO, TEXAS | FERRELL CENTER (10,284) Location: Waco, Texas Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Lady Bears Head Coach: Kim Mulkey (Louisiana Tech, ’84) Record at School: 473-92 (16 seasons) Career Record: Same 2015-16 Record/Conference: 36-2/17-1 (1st in Big 12) 2015-16 Postseason: NCAA Tournament Elite Eight

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/4 Newcomers: 3 SID Contact: Jil Price E-Mail: Jil_price@baylor.edu SID Office: (254) 710-3042 Website: BaylorBears.com Twitter: @BaylorWBB

OKLAHOMA

JAN. 8 – MORGANTOWN, W. VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) FEB. 7 – NORMAN, OKLA. | LLOYD NOBLE CENTER (11,562) Location: Norman, Okla. Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Sooners Head Coach: Sherri Coale (Oklahoma Christian, ’87) Record at School: 442-217 (20 seasons) Career Record: Same 2015-16 Record/Conference: 22-11/11-7 (T-5th in Big 12)

2015-16 Postseason: NCAA Tournament Second Round Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/1 Newcomers: 3 SID Contact: Tyler Pigg E-Mail: tpigg@ou.edu SID Office: (405) 325-3671 Website: SoonerSports.com Twitter: @OU_WBBall

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TEXAS TECH

JAN. 11 – LUBBOCK, TEXAS | UNITED SUPERMARKETS ARENA (15,098) JAN. 25 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Lubbock, Texas Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Lady Raiders Head Coach: Candi Whitaker (Texas Tech, ’02) Record at School: 34-58 (three seasons) Career Record: 111-151 (8 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 13-18/3-15 (9th in Big 12) 2015-16 Postseason: None

Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4 Newcomers: 4 SID Contact: Jessika McKernan E-Mail: jessika.mckernan@ttu.edu SID Office: (806) 742-2770 Website: TexasTech.com Twitter: @LadyRaiderWBB

TEXAS

JAN. 14 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) JAN. 29 – ­AUSTIN, TEXAS | FRANK ERWIN CENTER (16,540) Location: Austin, Texas Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Longhorns Head Coach: Karen Aston (Arkansas-Little Rock, ’87) Record at School: 89-46 (four seasons) Career Record: 190-109 (nine seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 31-5/15-3 (2nd in Big 12)

2015-16 Postseason: NCAA Tournament Elite Eight Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/6 Newcomers: 5 SID Contact: Sean Cartell E-Mail: sean.cartell@athletics.utexas.edu SID Office: (512) 471-6039 Website: TexasSports.com Twitter: @TexasWBB

KANSAS

JAN. 18 – LAWRENCE, KAN. | ALLEN FIELDHOUSE (16,300) FEB. 22 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) Location: Lawrence, Kan. Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Jayhawks Head Coach: Brandon Schneider (Wayland Baptist, ’95) Record at School: 6-25 (one season) Career Record: 407-163 (18 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 6-25/0-18 (10th in Big 12)

2015-16 Postseason: None Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/3 Newcomers: 3 SID Contact: Theresa Kurtz E-Mail: t.kurtz@ku.edu SID Office: (785) 864-7488 Website: KUAthletics.com Twitter: @KUWBball

IOWA STATE

FEB. 4 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) FEB. 18 – AMES, IOWA | HILTON COLISEUM (14,356) Location: Ames, Iowa Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Cyclones Head Coach: Bill Fennelly (William Penn, ’79) Record at School: 447-223 (21 seasons) Career Record: 613-276 (28 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 13-17/5-7 (8th in Big 12) 2015-16 Postseason: None

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Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/2 Newcomers: 4 SID Contact: Nicole Leusink E-Mail: ngreiner@iastate.edu SID Office: (515) 294-3372 Website: Cyclones.com Twitter: @CycloneWBB






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OKLAHOMA STATE

FEB. 11 – MORGANTOWN, W.VA. | WVU COLISEUM (14,000) FEB. 25 – STILLWATER, OKLA. | GALLAGHER-IBA ARENA (13,611) Location: Stillwater, Okla. Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Cowgirls Head Coach: Jim Littell (Southwestern College, ’77) Record at School: 111-54 (five seasons) Career Record: 622-154 (23 seasons) 2015-16 Record/Conference: 21-10/11-7 (T-5th in Big 12)

2015-16 Postseason: NCAA Tournament First Round Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5 Newcomers: 7 SID Contact: Ryan Cameron E-Mail: ryan.cameron@okstate.edu SID Office: (405) 744-4854 Website: OKState.com Twitter: @OSUWBB

2017 PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP First Round (FCS) FRI., MARCH 3

Game 1: No. 8 seed vs. No. 9 seed – 7 p.m. ET Game 2: No. 7 seed vs. No. 10 seed – 9:30 p.m. ET

Quarterfinals (FSN) SAT., MARCH 4

Game 3: No. 4 seed vs. No. 5 seed – Noon ET Game 4: No. 1 seed vs. Game 1 winner – 2:30 p.m. ET Game 5: No. 2 seed vs. Game 2 winner – 7 p.m. ET Game 6: No. 3 seed vs. No. 6 seed – 9:30 p.m. ET

Semifinals (FS1) SUN., MARCH 5

Game 7: Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner – 2:30 p.m. ET Game 8: Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 winner – 5:00 p.m. ET

Final (FS1) MON., MARCH 7

Game 9: Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winner – 9 p.m. ET

2017 NCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP First & Second Rounds

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 17-20 16 Campus Sites

Regionals

FRIDAY AND SUNDAY, MARCH 24 & 26 Lexington, Ky. Oklahoma City, Okla.

SATURDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 25 & 27 Stockton, Calif. Bridgeport, Conn.

Women’s Final Four

FRIDAY AND SUNDAY, MARCH 31 & APRIL 2 Dallas, Texas (Host: Big 12 Conference)

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Series vs. 2016-17 Opponents AUBURN (0-0)

HOWARD (2-1)

MOREHEAD STATE (1-0)

TCU (10-1)

First Meeting

Nov. 14, 2006 (N) . . . . West Virginia, 84-61 Feb. 18, 1982 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 75-67 Feb. 19, 1981 (A) . . . . . . . . Howard, 59-80

Dec. 2, 2015 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 94-56

Feb. 24, 2016 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 83-72 Jan. 24, 2016 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 97-84 Feb. 24, 2015 (A) . . . . . . . . . . TCU, 63-73 Feb. 4, 2015 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 76-71 March 8, 2014 (N) . . . . West Virginia, 67-59 Feb. 16, 2014 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 61-57 Feb. 1, 2014 (A) . . . . . West Virginia, 66-62 Feb. 23, 2013 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 66-56 Jan. 15, 2013 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 58-50 Nov. 25, 2010 (N) . . . . West Virginia, 62-49 Dec. 9, 1989 (N) . . . . . West Virginia, 73-61

BAYLOR (2-9)

MOUNT ST. MARY’S (4-2)

Jan. 30, 2016 (H) . . . . . . . . . Baylor, 61-71 Jan. 12, 2016 (A) . . . . . . . . . Baylor 64-69 Feb. 15, 2015 (A) . . . . . . . . . Baylor, 51-79 Jan. 10, 2015 (H) . . . . . . . . . Baylor, 62-66 March 10, 2014 (N) . . . . . . . . Baylor, 71-74 March 2, 2014 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 71-69 Jan. 8, 2014 (H) . . . . . . . . . . Baylor, 62-78 March 2, 2013 (H) . . . . . . . . . Baylor, 49-80 Jan. 19, 2013 (A) . . . . . . . . . Baylor, 58-76 March 22, 2011 (A) . . . . . . . . Baylor, 68-82 Dec. 7, 1984 (N) . . . . . West Virginia, 73-67

IOWA STATE (7-2) March 1, 2016 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 82-57 Feb. 10, 2016 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 57-47 Feb. 21, 2015 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 54-52 Feb. 7, 2015 (A) . . . . . . . Iowa State, 43-61 Jan. 29, 2014 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 67-56 Jan. 15, 2014 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 73-59 Feb. 17, 2013 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 68-66 Jan. 26, 2013 (H) . . . . . . Iowa State, 49-53 Nov. 27, 2010 (N) . . . . West Virginia, 64-53

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (0-0)

KANSAS (6-4)

First Meeting

Jan. 16, 2016 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 72-35 Jan. 3, 2016 (A) . . . . . West Virginia, 65-45 Feb. 10, 2015 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 59-56 Jan. 24, 2015 (A) . . . . . . . . Kansas, 59-65 March 4, 2014 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 67-60 Jan. 2, 2014 (A) . . . . . West Virginia, 65-55 Feb. 9, 2013 (A) . . . . . West Virginia, 72-56 Jan. 5, 2013 (H) . . . . . . . . . Kansas, 59-60 Jan. 2, 1994 (H) . . . . . . . . . Kansas, 64-84 Dec. 21, 1992 (A) . . . . . . . Kansas, 64-106

COPPIN STATE (8-0) Nov. 16, 2015 (H) . . . . Dec. 6, 2014 (H) . . . . . Dec. 3, 2013 (H) . . . . . March 19, 2009 (H) . . . Dec. 2, 2006 (H) . . . . . Dec. 11, 2004 (H) . . . . Nov. 30, 2002 (H) . . . . Nov. 28, 1999 (N) . . . .

West Virginia, 96-64 West Virginia, 83-43 West Virginia, 88-56 West Virginia, 70-40 West Virginia, 54-53 West Virginia, 67-53 West Virginia, 82-53 West Virginia, 85-74

KANSAS STATE (8-1) March 5, 2016 (N) . . . . West Virginia, 74-65 Feb. 6, 2016 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 64-44 Jan. 6, 2016 (A) . . . . . West Virginia, 72-53 March 3, 2015 (A) . . . . Kansas State, 55-59 Jan. 21, 2015 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 63-51 Feb. 22, 2014 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 61-40 Feb. 8, 2014 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 84-44 Feb. 26, 2013 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 66-57 Jan. 12, 2013 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 66-52

EAST CAROLINA (2-2) Dec. 21, 2004 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 76-54 Nov. 23, 2003 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 82-61 Jan. 21, 1981 (A) . . . East Carolina, 76-106 Jan. 4, 1980 (H) . . . . . East Carolina, 56-67

HIGH POINT (1-0) Dec. 4, 2010 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 89-57

LONGWOOD (4-0) Dec. 16, 2015 (H) . . . . Dec. 12, 2009 (H) . . . . Dec. 30, 2008 (H) . . . . Dec. 1, 2004 (H) . . . . .

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West Virginia, 74-43 West Virginia, 74-43 West Virginia, 76-51 West Virginia, 81-52

Dec. 20, 2011 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 94-32 Nov. 22, 2002 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 76-63 Nov. 16, 2001 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 77-57 Dec. 30, 1995 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 86-62 Dec. 6, 1994 (H) . . Mount St. Mary’s, 75-78 Nov. 23, 1979 (N) . Mount St. Mary’s, 61-87

OLE MISS (1-2) Nov. 15, 2013 (N) . . . . West Virginia, 86-56 Dec. 29, 1985 (N) . . . . . . . Ole Miss, 66-86 Dec. 8, 1984 (A) . . . . . . . . Ole Miss, 72-84

NORTH CAROLINA A&T (0-0) First Meeting

TEXAS (5-6) March 6, 2016 (N) . . . . . . . . . Texas, 51-67 Feb. 21, 2016 (A) . . . . . . . . . Texas, 50-73 Dec. 30, 2015 (H) . . . . . . . . . Texas, 54-65 March 1, 2015 (H) . West Virginia, 76-69 (OT) Jan. 7, 2015 (A) . . . . . . . . . . Texas, 55-61 March 9, 2014 (N) . . . . West Virginia, 67-60 Jan. 25, 2014 (A) . . . . . . . . . Texas, 63-66 Jan. 12, 2014 (H) . West Virginia, 56-49 (OT) March 5, 2013 (A) . . . . . . . . . Texas, 45-58 Jan. 9, 2013 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 53-49 March 17, 2012 (N) . . . West Virginia, 68-55

OKLAHOMA (6-5) Feb. 17, 2016 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 63-55 Jan. 27, 2016 (A) . . . . . . Oklahoma, 54-57 March 7, 2015 (N) . . . . . . Oklahoma, 55-67 Feb. 1, 2015 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 78-69 Jan. 4, 2015 (A) . . . . . . . Oklahoma, 60-71 Feb. 13, 2014 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 76-75 Jan. 18, 2014 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 77-63 March 9, 2013 (N) . . . . . . Oklahoma, 64-65 Feb. 3, 2013 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 82-63 Jan. 2, 2013 (A) . . . . . . . Oklahoma, 68-71 Nov. 26, 1988 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 83-65

TEXAS TECH (5-4) Feb. 2, 2016 (A) . . . . . West Virginia, 69-42 Jan. 9, 2016 (H) . . . . . West Virginia, 79-57 March 6, 2015 (N) . . . . West Virginia, 59-40 Jan. 28, 2015 (A) . . . . . Texas Tech, 57-73 Jan. 14, 2015 (H) . . . . . Texas Tech, 45-55 Feb. 26, 2014 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 69-37 Jan. 22, 2014 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 70-51 Feb. 6, 2013 (A) . . . . . . Texas Tech, 63-76 Jan. 22, 2013 (H) . . . . . Texas Tech, 73-77

OKLAHOMA STATE (6-4)

USC UPSTATE (1-0)

Feb. 27, 2016 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 82-48 Feb. 13, 2016 (A) . . Oklahoma State, 63-51 Feb. 18, 2015 (H) . . Oklahoma State, 46-52 Jan. 17, 2015 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 61-49 Feb. 19, 2014 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 77-45 Jan. 4, 2014 (A) . . . . . West Virginia, 71-67 Feb. 13, 2013 (H) . . Oklahoma State, 54-64 Jan. 29, 2013 (A) . . . . West Virginia, 67-61 Dec. 29, 2000 (A) . . Oklahoma State, 62-95 Dec. 31, 1999 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 80-76

Nov. 17, 2012 (H) . . . . West Virginia, 75-45


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2015-16 YEAR IN REVIEW Many expected the West Virginia University women’s basketball team to have a rebuilding year for the 2015-16 campaign after losing three valuable seniors and bringing in 11 newcomers. However, coach Mike Carey’s squad once again exceeded a preseason pick of sixth place in the league and finished third in the Big 12 with the team’s 11th NCAA Tournament appearance. The Mountaineers capped the year at 25-10 overall and 12-6 in the Big 12 Conference for a thirdplace finish. West Virginia made its ninth NCAA Tournament Second Round appearance with eight of those coming under Carey’s watch.

Carey Sets Multiple Milestones The 2015-16 season was a year of milestones for Carey, who entered his 15th season at the helm of the program. On November 24 in Spokane, Washington, the Mountaineers picked up a 68-50 win over Grand Canyon to mark Carey’s 300th career victory at WVU. Just two games later on December 2 in Morgantown, West Virginia dominated Morehead State, 94-56, for Carey’s 302nd victory. The win helped Carey

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surpass legendary coach Kittie Blakemore as WVU women’s basketball’s all-time wins leader. And on January 16, Carey registered his 600th career win as the Mountaineers toppled Kansas, 72-35, in Morgantown. Carey had put together 288 wins in 13 seasons as the men’s coach at Salem International and has now amassed 322 victories at West Virginia in 15 seasons.

Nonconference Success The Mountaineers completed the nonconference portion of the season with an 11-2 mark, including a nine-game win streak from November 24 to December 28. During that stretch, WVU netted its 11th consecutive Chesapeake Energy Capital Classic title over in-state foe Marshall, 66-60. Additionally, WVU shared the Florida Sunshine Classic tournament title in Winter Park, Florida, with Big 12 member Baylor after picking up wins over eventual NCAA Tournament participants Indiana and James Madison. With a win over Elon on Dec. 28, West Virginia recorded its 24th consecutive victory over a non-conference opponent at the WVU Coliseum.

Big 12 Surprise After being picked to finish sixth in the Big 12 coaches’ preseason poll, the Mountaineers soared to a 12-6 mark in league play and a third-place finish. The Mountaineers’ only losses in league play were to ranked teams (Texas, Baylor, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State). West Virginia nearly knocked off No. 6/7 Baylor in a heartbreaking 69-64 loss on Jan. 12. WVU closed out the regular season with wins in four of its last five games. The Mountaineers toppled No. 20/21 Oklahoma, 63-55, on Feb. 17 and then trounced No. 22 Oklahoma State, 84-48, on Senior Day on Feb. 27. Holmes was named a unanimous All-Big 12 First Team honoree for a third consecutive year. Holmes ranked second in the Big 12 regular-season with 16.9 points per game and finished her illustrious career third all-time on WVU’s scoring ledger with 2,001 points. Center Lanay Montgomery garnered Big 12 All-Defensive Team accolades and was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team. Montgomery averaged 8.8 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.8 blocks per game in the regularseason. Arielle Roberson was named All-Big 12 Honorable mention after tallying 9.6 rebounds and




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3.7 offensive rebounds per contest in league-only games. Rookie Tynice Martin was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Year and was tabbed to the All-Big 12 Freshman team. The Atlanta native was third in team scoring with 10.3 points per contest.

WVU Makes 11th NCAA Tournament West Virginia made its 11th NCAA Championship appearance and the ninth under Mike Carey. The Mountaineers reached the postseason for a 10th consecutive year and returned to the big dance after a one-year hiatus. As a No. 6 seed, West Virginia rolled to a 74-65 win over No. 11-seed Princeton in the NCAA First Round in Columbus, Ohio. Bria Holmes scored a game-high 26 points, while Tynice Martin added 16 in the victory. West Virginia dropped a heartbreaking 88-81 contest to No. 3-seed Ohio State in the second round on March 20. Four Mountaineers tallied double figures as Holmes scored 21 points and Martin followed with 16. Teana Muldrow contributed with 15 points and nine rebounds and senior Jessica Morton capped her career with 12 points in the game. Ohio State’s Kelsey Mitchell tallied 45 of OSU’s 88 points in the win.

Holmes Drafted by the Atlanta Dream

Year Notables

Bria Holmes became the highest Mountaineer selected in the WNBA Draft with her 11th overall pick in in the first round in April 2016. The New Haven, Connecticut, native is also the highest draft pick selection for a Connecticut native player. Holmes finished her illustrious career at WVU with 2,001 points – the third most in program history. She became the first player at West Virginia to score 500 or more points in three consecutive seasons and ranks in WVU’s top-10 in 14 different statistical categories. She earned Senior CLASS Award Second-Team All-American honors, while picking up All-America Honorable Mention by the Associated Press and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. Holmes was a three-time unanimous All-Big 12 First Team selection. The 6-foot-1 guard led West Virginia with 16.8 points and 3.7 assists per game and tallied 589 points with 145 rebounds in 35 contests. With her 21 points against Ohio State on March 20, Holmes became the third Mountaineer in program history to reach the 2,000-point plateau.

• WVU recorded the program’s fifth overall 25win campaign and the fourth under Mike Carey. • Finished 13-2 at home and owns a 182-46 (.798) record at home under Carey. • WVU is 96-7 (93.2) against non-conference opponents since 2002. • West Virginia has recorded 20 or more wins in nine of the last 11 seasons. • WVU has won 80 percent or higher of its home games seven of the last eight years. • Four crowds of 4,000+ watched WVU at the Coliseum this season: 5,080 vs. Oklahoma State (12th), 4,328 vs. Kansas State (17th), 4,168 vs. Baylor (18th) and 4,153 vs. Texas (21st). • West Virginia finished No. 23 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll and No. 25 in the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Top 25 Poll. The Mountaineers have finished ranked in both polls for the fifth time in program history (2016, 2014, 2010, 2008 and 1992). • West Virginia won an NCAA Statistical Award after leading the nation with 6.5 blocked shots per game.

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Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2012-13 31 0 403 13.0 65 201 .323 21 105 .200 29 51 .569 20 30 50 1.6 26 0 17 30 14 27 180 5.8 2013-14 34 32 914 26.9 184 394 .467 70 204 .343 78 120 .650 36 83 119 3.5 68 2 57 84 22 47 516 15.2 2014-15 38 38 1389 36.6 267 669 .399 53 220 .241 129 205 .629 57 112 169 4.4 66 0 105 121 35 58 716 18.8 2015-16 35 35 1149 32.8 215 443 .485 45 139 .324 114 168 .679 37 108 145 4.1 54 1 130 97 30 39 589 16.8 Total 138 105 3855 27.9 731 1707 .428 189 668 .283 350 544 .643 150 333 483 3.5 214 3 309 332 101 171 2001 14.5

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Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2012-13 18 0 215 11.9 37 114 .325 13 58 .224 13 27 .481 10 11 21 1.2 18 0 9 14 3 15 100 5.6 2013-14 18 17 518 28.8 97 206 .471 43 112 .384 39 60 .650 16 56 72 4.0 33 1 24 43 13 22 276 15.3 2014-15 18 18 660 36.7 114 300 .380 16 87 .184 64 101 .634 23 52 75 4.2 34 0 39 55 14 23 308 17.1 2015-16 18 18 613 34.1 105 226 .465 26 76 .342 60 92 .652 18 53 71 3.9 27 1 66 59 19 18 296 16.4 Total 72 53 2006 27.9 353 846 .417 98 333 .294 176 280 .629 67 172 239 3.3 112 2 138 171 49 78 980 13.6




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Highest WNBA Draft pick in school history with her 11th overall selection in the first round by the Atlanta Dream Three-time unanimous All-Big 12 First Team selection Two-time Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention (2014, 2016) Two-time WBCA All-America Honorable Mention (2015, 2016) Two-time WBCA All-Region (2015, 2016) Senior CLASS Award Second-Team All-American Two-time team captain (2015, 2016) Two-time WVU NAACP Image Award Female Athlete of the Year (2015, 2016) Third player in program history to surpass the 2,000-point mark Finished career with 2,001 points, 483 rebounds, 309 assists, 731 made field goals, 189 made three-pointers, 350 made free throws and 171 steals and 101 blocks Became the first Mountaineer to score 500 or more points in three consecutive seasons  Ranks in West Virginia’s top-10 in 14 different statistical categories: first in games played (138), second in double-figure scoring games (99), second in field goal attempts (1,707), third in total points (2,001), third in 20 point games (34), third in field goals made (731), fourth in 30-point games (5), fourth in threepoint field goals attempted (668), sixth in free throws attempted (544), seventh in blocked shots (101), eighth in scoring average (14.5 ppg), eighth in three-point field goals made (189), eighth in free throws made (350) and eighth in minutes played (3,855) Tied Liz Repella for WVU’s NCAA Tournament record with 28 career field goals

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Team captain Senior CLASS Award All-America Second Team Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention Second AP All-America honor in her career (2014, 2016) WBCA All-America Honorable Mention Second WBCA All-America honor in her career (2015, 2016) Unanimous All-Big 12 First Team for the third time in her career WBCA All-Region 3 Second player in program history to earn allconference first team honors three consecutive years Senior CLASS Award Finalist WVU NAACP Image Award Female Athlete of the Year John R. Wooden Award Top 30 list Naismith Trophy Watch List Waco Tribune-Herald All-Big 12 Second Team Averaged 16.8 points per game (589), 3.7 assists per game (130), 4.1 rebounds per game (145), 1.1 steals per contest (39) and 0.9 blocks per game (30). Led WVU in points, assists, three-pointers made (35), free throws made (35) and minutes played (1,149) Finished third in the Big 12 with 16.8 points per game, eighth in assists per game (3.7), eighth in assist-toturnover ratio (1.34), ninth in minutes played per game (32.8), and 13th in field goal percentage (.485)

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Ranked in multiple NCAA statistical categories: 61st in field goals made (215), 62nd in final points (689), 90th in points per game (16.8), 101st in assists (130), 168th in assists per game (3.7) and 179th assist-toturnover ratio (1.34). Just the third player to surpass the 2,000-point plateau at WVU and the first in 24 years with her 21 points vs. Ohio State in the NCAA Second Round on March 20 Scored in double-figures in 31 of 35 games Reached the 20-point mark 10 times Paced WVU in scoring 17 times during the season Her 589 points are seventh-most in a single-season at WVU The 215 made field goals were 10th all-time in a single-season Finished tied for fourth in a single-season with 35 games started and tied for seventh in 35 games played Set multiple WVU senior single-season marks: second in games started (35), third in points (589), fourth in games played (35), fifth in points per game (16.8), fifth in made field goals (215), sixth in free throws attempted (168), sixth in minutes played (1,149), seventh in free throws made (114), ninth in assists (130) and 10th in field goals attempted (443) Tallied double-figures in 24 consecutive games from Nov. 16 to Feb. 10 Registered a pair of double-doubles in wins over Marshall (Dec. 13) and Kansas State (Feb. 6) Shot a career-high 88.9 percent (8-of-9) from the field in a win over Coppin State (Nov. 16) Named WVU Student-Athlete of the Week for Nov. 30 Made a season-high 12 field goals in an overtime loss to USC (Nov. 23) and a win over Morehead State (Dec. 2) Tabbed MVP of the Hall of Fame Challenge Yale-WVU game after scoring 18 points and corralling five rebounds against the Bulldogs in her home state of Connecticut Dished out a career-high 10 assists and tallied 12 points in the win over Marshall on Dec. 13 in the annual Chesapeake Energy Capital Classic Scored 16 points in the win over James Madison and posted 12 in the win over Indiana to earn Florida Sunshine Classic All-Tournament Team accolades Scored a team-leading 14 points in a near-upset of No. 6/7 Baylor on Jan. 12 in Waco Posted 24 points at TCU (Jan. 24) to move into third on WVU’s all-time scoring ledger with 1,758 career points. Grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds and scored 17 points in the Mountaineers’ season-series sweep of Kansas State on Feb. 6 Netted 14 points and five rebounds in WVU’s upset victory over No. 20/21 Oklahoma on Feb. 17 Tabbed Big 12 Player of the Week for Feb. 29 after scoring 30 points vs. TCU (Feb. 24) and 27 points on Senior Day vs. Oklahoma State (Feb. 27) Inked a season-high 30 points, dished out four assists and blocked three shots in the win over TCU (Feb. 24) Scored 22 of her 30 points vs. TCU in the second half to lead the Mountaineer comeback 

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Team captain Participated in the 2015 USA Basketball Pan American and World University Games Team Trials Unanimous All-Big 12 First Team WBCA All-America Honorable Mention WBCA All-Region 5 Team Postseason WNIT All-Tournament Team Preseason WNIT All-Tournament Team Waco Tribune-Herald All-Big 12 Second Team WVU NAACP Image Award Female Athlete of the Year Big 12 Conference Preseason Player of the Year Preseason All-Big 12 Academic All-Big 12 First Team Named to the John R. Wooden Award Midseason Top 20 List One of 25 selected to the Wade Watch List Named to the Naismith Top 50 Watch List Lindy’s Preseason All-America First Team Rated No. 16 best player in NCAA by ESPN Scored 716 points, grabbed 169 rebounds, dished out 105 assists, snatched 58 steals, blocked 35 shots in 1,389 minutes and 38 games played Ranked in the Big 12 in multiple categories: first in minutes played (36.55 mpg), second in scoring (18.8 ppg), 10th in steals (1.53 spg), 11th in assists (2.76 apg), 11th in free throw percentage (62.9%), 12th in three-pointers made (1.39), 12th in blocked shots (0.92 bpg) and 15th in field goal percentage (39.9%)  Nationally ranked in points per game (18.8 - 42nd) and field goal percentage (39.9% - 218th) Accumulated 1,412 points in her first three seasons, which sits 17th on the all-time scoring ledger Tied for fourth with four 30-point games and tied for seventh with 24 20-point contests Tallied 716 points, which ranks second most in a single-season at WVU and became the first junior to reach the 700-point plateau  Posted double-figures in 37-of-38 games setting a program single-season record Set other single-season records: field goal attempts (669), minutes played (1,389), games played (38) and games started (38)

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Set a Big 12 Conference record with 669 field goal attempts for a junior and third overall in a singleseason Reached 20 points or more in 15 games, which is tied for third at WVU and first for a Mountaineer junior Tallied 30 or more points on three occasions (36 vs. Seton Hall - Nov. 17; 32 vs. Evansville - Nov. 26; 30 vs. TCU - Feb. 4) tying a single-season record for a junior Scored a team-leading 23 points for her ninth career 20-point game vs. Eastern Kentucky (Nov. 15) Tied career best with 12 3-point field goal attempts vs. EKU Became first player since Meg Bulger in 2005 to score 35 or more points with 36 against Seton Hall (Nov. 17) and tied Kate Bulger for second most points at WVU Coliseum Established career bests in points (36) and free throws made/attempted (12-of-17) vs. Seton Hall   Reached 30-plus points for the third time in her career, scoring 32 points against Evansville (Nov. 26) Poured in a game-high 20 points, grabbing seven rebounds and five steals vs. Coppin State (Dec. 6)  Selected to the NCAA’s ‘Starting Five’ for the week of Dec. 8 Netted a career-high 13 FGs and scored 20 points in the win over Duquesne (Dec. 10) Dished out a career-best seven assists and scored 23 points in the win over Saint Francis (Dec. 29) Blocked three shots and pulled in seven rebounds, scoring 23 points in the loss at Oklahoma (Jan. 4) Became 31st WVU player to score 1,000 points with 22 at No. 3 Texas on Jan. 7 Posted first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds at No. 21/20 Oklahoma State (Jan. 17) Registered her fourth career 30-point game and third of the season with 30 points in the win over TCU (Feb. 4) Made a career-best 78.6 percent of shots (11-of-14) in the loss at Kansas (Feb. 10) Netted game-high 24 points in the loss at TCU (Feb. 24) Her 31 field goal attempts against the Horned Frogs (Feb. 24) set a WVU single-game record and tied for ninth-most in single game in the Big 12 Scored a game-high 19 points and snatched eight boards in the win over No. 24 Texas (March 1) Netted 17 points, matched a season-high four triples and had three blocks at K-State (March 3) Paced WVU with a game-high 21 points in the Big 12 Championship first round win over Texas Tech (March 6)  Tied a career best with seven assists and led WVU with 17 points in the loss to Oklahoma (March 7) Poured in 22 points in WVU’s overtime win over Temple (April 1) and her 27 field goal attempts were tied for third most in a single-game at the WVU Coliseum  Registered in 14 points in WVU’s WNIT Championship game loss to UCLA, finishing the year with 716 points which ranks second all-time in program history Has reached double figures in 17 consecutive games

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Became the 14th player in Mountaineer history to score 500 points in a single season with 516, and only the sixth sophomore to achieve the feat Her 516 single-season points are the fifth-highest point total by a sophomore in program history and the most in a single-season by a sophomore since 2009 when Liz Repella had 543 points Led the Mountaineers with 15.2 points per game, the 10th-highest scoring average of any sophomore in program history Her scoring average was the seventh-highest of all Big 12 players Had a team-best 184 field goals made, including a team-leading 70 3-point field goals made Made 46.7 percent (184-394) from the field, the 12thhighest field goal percentage in the Big 12 Recorded a team-leading 3-point field goal percentage, making 34.3 percent (70-204) Led WVU with 47 steals, averaging 1.4 steals per game as the 12th-highest average of all league players Had the second-most blocked shots (22) for WVU, ranking No. 7 in WVU’s sophomore single-season record books Ranks No. 4 in WVU’s record books for field goals made (184) by a sophomore in a single season, while ranking No. 6 for field goal attempts Led WVU with 25 games in double figures and 14 games as WVU’s scoring leader, including a teamleading nine 20-point games Her 20-point games (9) rank as the fourth-most by a sophomore in a single season in program history Made 34.3 percent (70-204) from beyond the arc, the 10th-highest 3-point field goal percentage in the league Averaged 2.1 threes per game, the fifth-best average of all league players Recorded a career-best 31 points on 71.4 percent (1014) shooting, including five threes, in WVU’s win over Kansas State on Feb. 8, the only Mountaineer to have a 30-point outing that season Played in 34 games, earning 32 starts Missed one game with a concussion (Fairleigh Dickinson) Led WVU with 24 points and co-led with six rebounds in the Big 12 Conference Championship title game against Baylor Earned the first start of her career in the seasonopening game against Ohio State on Nov. 15

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Big 12 All-Freshman Team Leading scorer off the bench with 5.8 points per game, the ninth-highest scoring average of all Big 12 freshmen Played in all 31 games, averaging 13 minutes per game Recorded 13 3-pointers, the third-most on the team Had six double-figure scoring outings and led WVU in scoring four times Was named the Phillips 66 Big 12 Freshman of the Week for the week of Dec. 10 after averaging 12 points and five rebounds in wins over Marshall and St. Bonaventure, earning the first weekly award for WVU in the Big 12 Conference Recorded a career-high 18 points, including four 3-pointers, in a win at No. 24 Iowa State

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ESPNU HoopGurlz ranked her at No. 28 The JumpOffPlus report called her the 16th-best player in the country and second-best small forward Ranked No. 23 by Dan Olson’s Collegiate Basketball Report and No. 24 by Blue Star rankings A three-time Southern Connecticut All-Conference player Earned the 2011-12 New Haven Register State Player of the Year honor Two-time New Haven Tap all-county selection, two-time CHSCA All-State, three-time All-State New Haven Register, three-time All-Area New Haven Register, two-time MSG Player of the Week and Southern Connecticut Conference Championship MVP Helped James Hillhouse to a 72-9 record in her first three years and three straight state championships Finished her career at No. 9 on the state’s all-time scoring list with 2,160 career points Compiled 1,459 points, 486 rebounds, 324 assists, 405 steals and 162 blocks in three seasons Became the first-ever female player out of the state of Connecticut to be selected to play in the McDonald’s All-American Girls Game, helping the East team to a 79-78 win with 13 points, the second-highest total on the team, two rebounds and two steals

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Daughter of Carol Keel Birthday is April 19 Has two brothers and two sisters Graduated with a degree in criminology in May 2016 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll


Holmes’ 20-Point Games 22�����������������������������������������Delaware St (12/18/13) 21���������������������������������������� at Oklahoma St (1/4/14) 21����������������������������������������������Oklahoma (1/18/14) 20������������������������������������������Oklahoma St (2/19/14) 28���������������������������������������������Texas Tech (2/26/14) 23��������������������������������������������������vs. Texas (3/9/14) 24�����������������������������������������������vs. Baylor (3/10/14) 20���������������������������������������������� vs. Albany (3/23/14) 23�����������������������������������������������������EKU (11/15/14) 25 ���������������������������� at Fairleigh Dickinson (12/3/14) 20 ����������������������������������������������Coppin St (12/6/14) 27��������������������������������������������Duquesne (12/10/14) 23��������������������������������������� Saint Francis (12/29/14) 23�������������������������������������������� at Oklahoma (1/4/15) 22���������������������������������������������������at Texas (1/8/15) 27�������������������������������������������������� Kansas (2/10/15) 24 �������������������������������������������������� at TCU (2/24/15) 21 �����������������������������������������vs. Texas Tech (3/6/15) 20���������������������������������������������������Buffalo (3/19/15) 20���������������������������������������������������� Temple (4/1/15) 23���������������������������������������������Coppin St (11/16/15) 27 �����������������������������������������������vs. USC (11/23/15) 29������������������������������������������Morehead St (12/2/15) 23����������������������������������������at Kansas State (1/6/16) 24��������������������������������������������������� at TCU (1/24/16) 23����������������������������������������������Iowa State (2/10/16) 27������������������������������������������Oklahoma St (2/27/16) 26������������������������������������������vs. Princeton (3/18/16) 21����������������������������������������� at Ohio State (3/20/16)

Holmes’ Career Highs Points���������������������������������36, Seton Hall (11/17/14) Minutes�����������������������45, 2x, last vs. USC (11/23/15) FGM�����������������������������������13, Duquesne (12/10/14) FGA������������������������������������������� 31, at TCU (2/24/15) FG%�������������������������88.9%, Coppin State (11/16/15) 3FGM���������������������� 5, 2x, last, Kansas State (2/8/14) 3FGA�����������12, 2x, last, Eastern Kentucky (11/15/14) 3FG%��������������� 100.0%, 3x, last, Texas Tech (1/9/16) FTM������������������������������������12, Seton Hall (11/17/14) FTA�������������������������������������17, Seton Hall (11/17/14) FT%������������������� 100.0%, 19x, last, vs. Texas (3/6/16) Rebounds����������������������������11, Kansas State (2/6/16) Assists����������������������������� 10, vs. Marshall (12/13/15) Turnovers���������������� 8, at Mississippi State (11/20/14) Blocks��������������������������������������������4, Temple (4/1/15) Steals�����������������������5, 3x, last, Duquesne (12/10/14)

Holmes’ Double-Doubles 10 pts/10 rebs�������������������� at Oklahoma St (1/17/15) 12 pts/10 asts������������������������ vs. Marshall (12/13/15) 17 pts/11 rebs��������������������������Kansas State (2/6/16)

Holmes’ 30-Point Games 31��������������������������������������������Kansas State (2/8/14) 36��������������������������������������������Seton Hall (11/17/14) 32���������������������������������������������Evansville (11/26/14) 30���������������������������������������������������������TCU (2/4/15) 30�������������������������������������������������������TCU (2/24/16)


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Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2014-15 23 1 345 15.0 48 139 .345 21 50 .420 12 19 .632 18 27 45 2.0 34 1 18 40 4 11 129 5.6 2015-16 33 10 614 18.6 90 215 .419 14 49 .286 38 60 .633 25 42 67 2.0 75 3 59 52 10 20 232 7.0 Total 56 11 959 17.1 138 354 .390 35 99 .354 50 79 .633 43 69 112 2.0 109 4 77 92 14 31 361 6.4

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Averaged 7.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game in 33 contests Shot 41.9 percent (90-of-215) from the field Her 46.6 field goal percentage in league-only games ranked 13th in the Big 12 Scored double-figures nine times during the season, including three consecutive games from Jan. 24 to Jan. 30 Handed out two or more assists in the last three games of the season (Feb. 24 to March 20) Ranked second on the team with 59 assists Played in 33 games, starting in 10 Tallied a career-best six assists in the win over Coppin State (Nov. 16) Collected four steals and dished out four assists in the victory against Fairleigh Dickinson (Dec. 6) Scored 18 points and made 7-of-10 from the field in the win at Kansas (Jan. 3) Posted 14 points and grabbed five rebounds in the win over Texas Tech (Jan. 9) Tallied a career-high 26 points and 10 made field goals in the Mountaineers’ win at TCU (Jan. 24) Reached double-digit scoring with 10 points at Oklahoma (Jan. 27) and 11 versus Baylor (Jan. 30) Helped the Mountaineers reach the Big 12 semifinals with 16 points and five rebounds in the victory over Kansas State (March 5) Dished out five assists and finished with 13 points in a Big 12 semifinal loss to Texas (March 6) Contributed 13 points and three assists in a NCAA Tournament Second Round game at Ohio State (March 20)

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Finished her first campaign as a Mountaineer with 129 points, 48 field goals, 45 rebounds, 21 threepointers and 11 steals in 23 games and 345 minutes played Reached double-figures in four games (Kansas State, Kansas, Iowa State and Buffalo) Sat out half the season due to NCAA regulations Her three-point field goal percentage of 42.0% (21of-50) ranks fourth in a single-season for a WVU junior and ninth overall Made WVU debut with a field goal in eight minutes of action against Texas Tech on Jan. 14 Set new personal bests in most categories; hitting eight field goals, four triples and scoring 22 points in win over Kansas State (Jan. 21) Tallied 10 points, grabbed five rebounds and went a perfect 2-of-2 from the three-point line at Kansas (Jan. 24) Registered her first career start at Texas Tech (Jan. 28), scoring nine points and grabbing four rebounds  Pulled in a career-high seven rebounds and blocked two shots vs. TCU (Feb. 4) Recorded her third double-figure game with a teamhigh 14 points in a career-best 27 minutes at Iowa State (Feb. 7) Scored six points and a set season high with two steals at TCU (Feb. 24)  Made 3-of-3 from the field for seven points in the win over TTU Had first double-figure game since Feb. 7 with her 11 against Buffalo (March 19) Matched a season-high three assists against Hampton (March 24) Ended the season with six points and three rebounds in the WNIT Championship game versus UCLA (April 4)

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As a freshman, she averaged 15.2 points and 5.4 rebounds per game as the Commodores’ leading rebounder Earned 26 starts in 31 games, helping Gulf Coast to a 28-6 overall record, and a share of the Panhandle Conference Regular-Season title in her rookie season All-Star Girl’s Report ranked Morton as the 12th-best junior college player nationally, while Dan Olson’s Collegiate Girls Basketball Report listed her as the 10th-best juco player nationally Teammate of current Mountaineer Kayla Montgomery at Gulf Coast State

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Daughter of James Evans and Vilma Morton Birthday is April 18 Has three brothers Enrolled in multidisciplinary studies Graduated in summer 2016, becoming the first in her family to earn a college degree Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Morton’s Career Highs Points������������������������������������������������������ 26, at TCU (1/24/16) Minutes�����������������������������������������30, 2x, last at TCU (1/24/16) FGM�������������������������������������������������������� 10, at TCU (1/24/16) FGA��������������������������������������������������16, at Iowa State (2/7/15) FG%���������������������������������100.0%, 2x, last, Villanova (3/29/15) 3FGM�����������������������������������������������4, Kansas State (1/21/15) 3FGA������������������������������������������������6, Kansas State (1/21/15) 3FG%������������������������������������100.0%, 2x, last vs. TTU (3/6/15) FTM���������������������������������������4, 2x, last at Oklahoma (1/27/16) FTA����������������������������������������5, 2x, last at Oklahoma (1/27/16) FT%���������������������������� 100.0%, 7x, last vs. Princeton (3/18/16) Rebounds��������������������������������������������������������� 7, TCU (2/4/15) Assists�������������������������������������������� 6, Coppin State (11/16/15) Turnovers�������������������������������4, 4x, last at Oklahoma (1/27/16) Blocks�������������������������������������������2, 2x, last, Kansas (1/16/16) Steals�������������������������������������� 4, Fairleigh Dickinson (12/6/15)

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Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2015-16 34 34 927 27.3 60 124 .484 8 23 .348 21 44 .477 107 149 256 7.5 77 2 34 67 37 52 149 4.4 Total 34 34 927 27.3 60 124 .484 8 23 .348 21 44 .477 107 149 256 7.5 77 2 34 67 37 52 149 4.4

Roberson’s Career Conference Statistical Totals

Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2015-16 17 17 515 30.3 27 66 .409 2 11 .182 11 24 .458 63 100 163 9.6 37 0 18 31 23 39 67 3.9 Total 17 17 515 30.3 27 66 .409 2 11 .182 11 24 .458 63 100 163 9.6 37 0 18 31 23 39 67 3.9




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A 2011 graduate of Wagner High in San Antonio where she was a Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) and Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA) All-State pick as a senior Averaged 18.2 points, 9.7 rebounds, 2.7 assists, three steals and two blocks per game in 2011 while guiding Wagner to a 32-7 record, advancing to the semifinals of the Texas 5A State Tournament A multiple all-region and all-district performer, Roberson also shot 57 percent from the field and 73 percent from the free-throw line as a senior A two-time member of the San Antonio Express-News All-City Super Team, Roberson finished her career at Wagner with 1,640 points Unanimous District 25-5A MVP as a senior and was also a McDonald’s All-American nominee and the MVP of the Lone Star Invitational Tournament. Played a part of three state tournament teams at Wagner sporting a four-year record of 133-15 Also a three-year letterwinner in volleyball Played AAU basketball with TeamXpress

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Daughter of John and Lisa Roberson Birthday is January 20 Has six siblings Two of her older sisters competed in Division I athletics: Ashlee (basketball at Texas Tech) and Amber (volleyball at Texas) Her brother Andre played basketball at Colorado and currently is a member of the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder Her youngest brother Anthony currently plays basketball at Texas State Enrolled as a graduate student in communications Earned her degree in communications from Colorado in May 2015 Graduated with a master’s degree in communications in the summer of 2016.

Roberson’s Career Highs Points���������������������������������������������� 10, at Texas Tech (2/2/16) Minutes��������������������������������������������38, 2x, last, TCU (2/24/16) FGM�������������������������������������������������� 5, at Texas Tech (2/2/16) FGA��������������������������������������������������� 8, at Texas Tech (2/2/16) FG%�������������������������� 100.0%, 3x, last, vs. Princeton (3/18/16) 3FGM������������������������������������������ 2, Morehead State (12/2/15) 3FGA����������������������������������������������� 3, vs. Marshall (12/13/15) 3FG%���������������������������100.0%, 6x, last, Iowa State (2/10/16) FTM������������������������������������������������������ 5, Oklahoma (2/17/16) FTA������������������������������������������������������� 6, Oklahoma (2/17/16) FT%�������������������������100.0%, 2x, last vs. Kansas State (3/5/16) Rebounds��������������������������������������������17, Iowa State (2/10/16) Assists��������������������������������������������3, 5x, last at TCU (1/24/16) Turnovers������������������������������������������5, at Ohio State (3/20/16) Blocks�������������������������������������������������3, 2x, at Texas (2/21/16) Steals������������������������������������������������������6, at Kansas (1/3/16) * - WVU career-highs only

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2015-16 Game-By-Game Record: Overall Home Away Neutral ALL GAMES 25-10 13-2 5-6 7-2 CONFERENCE 12-6 7-2 5-4 0-0 NON-CONFERENCE 13-4 6-0 0-2 7-2

Date Opponent Score Attend High Points 11-14-15 DELAWARE STATE W 77-34 2232 (14) Alexis Brewer 11-16-15 COPPIN STATE W 96-64 979 (23) Bria Holmes 11-22-15 ^ at Gonzaga 57-62 L 5509 (19) Bria Holmes 11-23-15 ^ vs USC 67-78 L (OT) 5222 (27) Bria Holmes 11-24-15 ^ vs Grand Canyon W 68-50 5154 (14) Bria Holmes 11-29-15 ^ vs Yale University W 70-60 1016 (20) Teana Muldrow 12-2-15 MOREHEAD STATE W 94-56 1302 (29) Bria Holmes 12-6-15 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON W 91-42 1782 (19) Katrina Pardee 12-13-15 % vs Marshall W 66-60 3173 (15) Tynice Martin 12-16-15 LONGWOOD W 74-43 1022 (19) Bria Holmes 12-20-15 ! vs James Madison W 69-62 987 (16) Bria Holmes 12-21-15 ! vs Indiana W 75-64 573 (16) Katrina Pardee 12-28-15 ELON W 67-57 2026 (21) Lanay Montgomery 12-30-15 * TEXAS 54-65 L 4153 (15) Tynice Martin 1-3-16 * at Kansas W 65-45 2758 (18) Jessica Morton 1-6-16 * at Kansas State W 72-53 3937 (23) Bria Holmes 1-9-16 * TEXAS TECH W 79-57 2471 (18) Bria Holmes 1-12-16 * at Baylor 64-69 L 6032 (14) Bria Holmes 1-16-16 * KANSAS W 72-35 4006 (18) Tynice Martin 1-24-16 * at TCU W 97-84 2087 (26) Jessica Morton 1-27-16 * at Oklahoma 54-57 L 4182 (16) Teana Muldrow 1-30-16 * BAYLOR 61-71 L 4168 (17) Tynice Martin 2-2-16 * at Texas Tech W 69-42 2842 (17) Lanay Montgomery 2-6-16 * KANSAS STATE W 64-44 4328 (17) Bria Holmes 2-10-16 * IOWA STATE W 57-47 1317 (23) Bria Holmes 2-13-16 * at Oklahoma State 51-63 L 3223 (13) Tynice Martin 2-17-16 * OKLAHOMA W 63-55 2001 (14) Bria Holmes 2-21-16 * at Texas 50-73 L 4143 (12) Tynice Martin 2-24-16 * TCU W 83-72 1606 (30) Bria Holmes 2-27-16 * OKLAHOMA STATE W 82-48 5080 (27) Bria Holmes 3-1-16 * at Iowa State W 82-57 10213 (14) Lanay Montgomery (14) Teana Muldrow (14) Katrina Pardee 3-5-16 + vs Kansas State W 74-65 3863 (20) Tynice Martin 3-6-16 + vs Texas 51-67 L 4591 (13) Jessica Morton 3-18-16 $ vs Princeton W 74-65 3983 (26) Bria Holmes 3-20-16 $ at Ohio State 81-88 L 2558 (21) Bria Holmes ^ = Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Women’s Challenge (Spokane, Wash./Uncasville, Conn.) % = Chesapeake Energy Capital Classic (Charleston, W.Va.)

! = Florida Sunshine Classic (Winter Park, Fla.) * = Big 12 Conference game + = Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

Attendance Summary Games Totals Avg/Game Home 15 38473 2565 Away 11 47484 4317 Neutral 9 28562 3174 Total 35 114519 3272

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High Rebounds (10) Lanay Montgomery (8) Teana Muldrow (10) Lanay Montgomery (8) Bria Holmes (6) Lanay Montgomery (7) Teana Muldrow (18) Lanay Montgomery (14) Lanay Montgomery (12) Arielle Roberson (12) Lanay Montgomery (9) Arielle Roberson (8) Lanay Montgomery (10) Lanay Montgomery (10) Teana Muldrow (11) Arielle Roberson (7) Arielle Roberson (9) Desiree Rhodes (11) Arielle Roberson (11) Arielle Roberson (17) Lanay Montgomery (10) Teana Muldrow (10) Lanay Montgomery (10) Lanay Montgomery (10) Lanay Montgomery (13) Arielle Roberson (17) Arielle Roberson (11) Arielle Roberson (14) Arielle Roberson (13) Arielle Roberson (9) Teana Muldrow (9) Lanay Montgomery (11) Arielle Roberson

(9) Teana Muldrow (7) Lanay Montgomery (9) Lanay Montgomery (10) Lanay Montgomery

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Coach Mike Carey celebrates his 600th career victory with the team after a 72-35 win over Kansas on January 16, 2016.

WVU Statistical Totals 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 23 Bria Holmes 35 35 1149 32.8 215 443 .485 45 139 .324 114 168 .679 37 108 145 4.1 54 1 130 97 30 39 589 16.8 Conference-Only 18 18 613 34.1 105 226 .465 26 76 .342 60 92 .652 18 53 71 3.9 27 1 66 59 19 18 296 16.4 11 Teana Muldrow 33 1 768 23.3 127 256 .496 39 86 .453 57 88 .648 59 137 196 5.9 93 2 42 70 32 42 350 10.6 Conference-Only 16 1 347 21.7 58 109 .532 20 39 .513 24 42 .571 30 55 85 5.3 46 2 18 34 19 9 160 10.0 05 Tynice Martin 35 0 828 23.7 140 347 .403 28 110 .255 54 67 .806 19 93 112 3.2 46 0 54 52 7 34 362 10.3 Conference-Only 18 0 442 24.6 79 208 .380 21 76 .276 22 22 1.000 8 37 45 2.5 17 0 29 23 3 24 201 11.2 15 Lanay Montgomery 35 35 852 24.3 116 197 .589 0 0 .000 55 81 .679 85 199 284 8.1 90 1 9 78 97 22 287 8.2 Conference-Only 18 18 427 23.7 54 93 .581 0 0 .000 25 34 .735 35 98 133 7.4 48 0 3 43 46 9 133 7.4 21 Jessica Morton 33 10 614 18.6 90 215 .419 14 49 .286 38 60 .633 25 42 67 2.0 75 3 59 52 10 20 232 7.0 Conference-Only 18 1 336 18.7 54 116 .466 12 30 .400 21 31 .677 12 21 33 1.8 48 2 26 32 7 9 141 7.8 22 Katrina Pardee 35 35 498 14.2 75 225 .333 39 136 .287 18 21 .857 20 48 68 1.9 55 2 31 36 0 16 207 5.9 Conference-Only 18 18 222 12.3 30 91 .330 14 49 .286 6 6 1.000 11 22 33 1.8 24 1 12 18 0 9 80 4.4 12 Chania Ray 25 24 472 18.9 35 115 .304 16 59 .271 29 49 .592 10 39 49 2.0 54 1 56 63 2 22 115 4.6 Conference-Only 18 17 315 17.5 24 73 .329 9 36 .250 16 32 .500 9 27 36 2.0 39 1 40 42 1 14 73 4.1 32 Arielle Roberson 34 34 927 27.3 60 124 .484 8 23 .348 21 44 .477 107 149 256 7.5 77 2 34 67 37 52 149 4.4 Conference-Only 17 17 515 30.3 27 66 .409 2 11 .182 11 24 .458 63 100 163 9.6 37 0 18 31 23 39 67 3.9 02 Alexis Brewer 34 0 376 11.1 39 91 .429 23 60 .383 31 44 .705 9 25 34 1.0 41 1 25 24 5 12 132 3.9 Conference-Only 18 0 211 11.7 16 39 .410 11 29 .379 11 16 .688 4 9 13 0.7 17 0 12 11 3 6 54 3.0 20 Desiree Rhodes 21 0 125 6.0 9 15 .600 1 1 1.000 2 6 .333 11 25 36 1.7 18 1 3 6 4 4 21 1.0 Conference-Only 12 0 85 7.1 5 8 .625 1 1 1.000 1 2 .500 7 16 23 1.9 10 1 2 2 2 4 12 1.0 03 Olivia Seggie 24 1 286 11.9 3 17 .176 0 3 .000 11 16 .688 1 21 22 0.9 28 0 50 20 1 9 17 0.7 Conference-Only 11 0 73 6.6 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 0 2 2 0.2 6 0 10 7 0 2 2 0.2 24 Anja Martin 14 0 92 6.6 2 20 .100 0 2 .000 3 4 .750 6 3 9 0.6 10 0 2 3 1 1 7 0.5 Conference-Only 6 0 12 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 01 Lauren Saiki 6 0 28 4.7 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 4 0 6 1 0 2 2 0.3 Conference-Only 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 14 Yassemeen Sa’Dullah 5 0 10 2.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.2 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 0.0 Conference-Only 1 0 2 2.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TM TEAM. 74 89 163 4.7 0 11 0 Conference-Only 36 42 78 4.3 0 7 0 Total 35 911 2066 .441 213 668 .319 435 650 .669 464 978 1442 41.2 649 14 502 582 226 275 2470 70.6 Conference-Only 18 452 1032 .438 116 347 .334 199 305 .652 233 482 715 39.7 324 8 236 309 123 143 1219 67.7 Opponents 35 733 2071 .354 151 514 .294 437 623 .701 438 779 1217 34.8 607 11 334 557 102 246 2054 58.7 Conference-Only 18 381 1064 .358 74 259 .286 201 280 .718 235 390 625 34.7 290 3 173 285 50 130 1037 57.6  

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DELAWARE STATE 11-14-15 77-34 W 0-0-0 14-4-2 0-0-3 7-1-1 13-8-3 DNP DNP

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COPPIN STATE

11-16-15 96-64 W 0-0-1 7-1-4 0-2-4 14-1-0 17-8-1 DNP 0-0-0

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2-1-1 8-2-6 7-5-1 23-7-5 2-1-0

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11-22-15 57-62 L DNP 2-0-0 2-0-2 8-2-0 6-7-2 DNP DNP

7-10-0 0-0-0 7-3-3 5-2-3 19-5-1 0-2-0 1-3-0

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11-23-15 67-78 LOT DNP 0-0-0 0-3-3 3-7-2 9-6-3 DNP DNP

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11-24-15

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MOREHEAD STATE 12-2-15 94-56 W 0-0-1 8-5-0 4-2-9 7-6-1 8-8-4 DNP DNP

12-18-0

1-2-0 5-3-1 12-0-1 29-7-5 0-1-0

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FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 12-6-15 91-42 W 0-0-0 9-1-1 0-1-4 12-3-3 17-4-1 DNP 0-0-1

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2-5-0 4-3-4 19-2-2 11-1-5 2-1-0

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2-1-2 9-1-0 12-4-10 DNP 6-12-1

12-16-15 74-43 W 0-0-0 7-1-2 2-6-1 8-6-3 14-7-2 DNP 0-1-0

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12-21-15 75-64 W DNP 6-0-1 0-0-1 7-3-3 5-6-1 11-2-6 DNP

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12-28-15 67-57 W DNP 8-2-1 1-1-3 2-0-0 7-10-4 2-5-0 DNP

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DNP 2-0-0 2-2-1 19-7-3 DNP

3-6-0

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12-30-15 54-65 L DNP 3-1-0 2-0-1 15-2-1 5-5-2 0-0-0 DNP

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1-3-16 65-45 W DNP 6-0-1 DNP 2-1-1 DNP 4-4-3 DNP

8-6-0

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1-6-16 72-53 W DNP 7-0-4 DNP 16-2-1 DNP 8-0-0 DNP

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1-9-16 79-57 W DNP 2-3-1 0-0-0 15-5-5 9-5-1 8-3-4 DNP

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2-2-0 14-5-1 2-1-0 18-3-2 DNP 0-11-2

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1-12-16 64-69 L DNP 9-0-1 DNP 12-1-1 7-5-0 4-1-4 DNP

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0-2-1 9-2-3 5-3-0 14-3-1 DNP 4-11-3

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1-16-16 72-35 W DNP 5-2-1 0-0-0 18-1-2 10-1-0 3-2-4 DNP

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1-24-16 97-84 W DNP 1-2-0 DNP 5-3-1 21-10-2 0-0-1 DNP

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7-7-3

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1-27-16 54-57 L DNP 2-1-1 DNP 10-4-0 16-8-3 0-1-2 DNP

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0-7-1

BAYLOR

1-30-16 61-71 L DNP 4-0-0 0-1-0 17-4-2 5-4-1 2-1-0 DNP

9-10-0

0-3-0 11-4-2 2-0-1 11-3-2 DNP

17-10-0

0-0-0

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2-2-16

69-42

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0-0-0

0-0-0

9-3-2

7-8-1

0-3-3

DNP

DNP

9-9-3

DNP 2-1-2 16-1-4 DNP

4-5-0

DNP 16-0-1 12-1-0 DNP 5-6-3

14-17-1 1-0-1 5-2-0 0-1-0 14-6-5 0-0-0 2-8-0

2-2-0

8-2-2

16-7-3

0-0-0

DNP 10-7-1

2-6-16 64-44 W DNP 0-0-0 0-0-4 8-3-2 10-6-1 2-3-1 DNP

7-2-1

2-0-0 0-2-1 10-4-1 17-11-5 0-0-0 8-13-1

IOWA STATE

2-10-16 57-47 W DNP 0-0-1 0-1-1 0-4-3 5-2-0 1-3-2 DNP

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DNP 4-2-0 4-1-1 23-3-2 DNP 5-17-0

at Oklahoma State

2-13-16

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13-1-1

3-4-1

6-0-0

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9-9-0

DNP

0-1-0

2-17-16 63-55 W DNP 3-1-0 0-0-1 12-4-1 10-2-0 11-4-3 DNP

4-8-0

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0-0-0 0-1-0 14-5-2

7-5-0

9-2-2

DNP

4-11-1

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2-21-16 50-73 L DNP 9-0-0 DNP 12-0-0 4-2-1 10-2-2 DNP

2-5-0

0-1-0 7-0-0 0-3-0 6-4-4 DNP 0-13-0

9-14-2

TCU

2-24-16 83-72 W DNP 0-0-1 0-0-0 4-4-3 20-9-3 3-2-3 DNP

6-1-1

0-0-0 8-5-3 3-2-1 30-2-4 DNP

OKLAHOMA STATE 2-27-16 82-48 W DNP 3-0-0 0-0-2 20-1-1 14-6-1 3-3-4 DNP

3-9-0

0-0-0 5-2-5 5-1-0 27-0-3 DNP

2-4-0

at Iowa State

3-1-16

14-8-0

0-2-0

2-11-0

vs Kansas State

3-5-16 74-65 W DNP 2-0-0 DNP 20-3-2 9-9-0 2-1-3 DNP

6-4-1

0-0-0 16-5-2 5-1-0 10-2-5 DNP

4-6-1

vs Texas

3-6-16 51-67 L DNP 2-2-2 DNP 7-3-0 12-2-1 3-1-0 DNP

0-7-0

0-0-0 13-4-5 2-3-0 8-5-2 DNP

4-5-0

vs Princeton

3-18-16 74-65 W DNP 0-0-0 DNP 16-8-2 8-6-0 9-3-1 DNP

4-9-1

DNP 2-0-2 6-1-0 26-2-8 DNP

3-7-0

at Ohio State

3-20-16 81-88 L DNP 3-2-0 DNP 16-8-1 15-9-2 8-0-3 DNP

4-10-0

DNP

2-7-1

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DNP

0-1-1

DNP

13-2-2

14-8-1

8-4-4

0-0-0

4-0-3

14-1-1

13-1-8

12-1-3 0-2-0 21-3-3 DNP

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9-6-1




Team Highs and Lows WVU Game Highs Points 97 96 94 91 83

at TCU (1-24-16) COPPIN STATE (11-16-15) MOREHEAD STATE (12-2-15) FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (12-6-15) TCU (2-24-16)

Field Goals Made 37 36 Field Goal Attempts 82 69 Field Goal Percentage .590 (36-61) .578 (26-45)

at TCU (1-24-16) COPPIN STATE (11-16-15) MOREHEAD STATE (12-2-15) LONGWOOD (12-16-15) COPPIN STATE (11-16-15) KANSAS STATE (2-6-16)

3-Point Field Goals Made at Iowa State (3-1-16) 13 13 OKLAHOMA STATE (2-27-16) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 25 25

COPPIN STATE (11-16-15) FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (12-6-15) MOREHEAD STATE (12-2-15)

Steals 16 14

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (12-6-15) at Kansas (1-3-16)

vs Marshall (12-13-15) at Gonzaga (11-22-15)

vs Grand Canyon (11-24-15) vs Princeton (3-18-16)

Free Throw Attempts 29 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (12-6-15) 27 OKLAHOMA (2-17-16) 27 vs Yale (11-29-15)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage at Baylor (1-12-16) .714 (5-7) COPPIN STATE (11-16-15) .571 (4-7)

at Ohio State (3-20-16) at Oklahoma (1-27-16) KANSAS (1-16-16)

Free Throws Made 26 20 20 20

Turnovers 31 27

at Oklahoma (1-27-16) at Ohio State (3-20-16)

Free Throw Attempts 33 31

at Ohio State (3-20-16) vs Yale (11-29-15)

Free Throw Percentage 1.000 (13-13) .933 (14-15)

at Iowa State (3-1-16) IOWA STATE (2-10-16)

Fouls 27 25

at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) at Gonzaga (11-22-15)

Points 88 at Ohio State (3-20-16) 84 at TCU (1-24-16) 78 vs USC (11-23-15) 73 at Texas (2-21-16) 72 TCU (2-24-16) Field Goals Made 31 30 30

at Texas (2-21-16) TCU (2-24-16) at TCU (1-24-16)

Field Goal Attempts 73 72

Free Throw Percentage vs Grand Canyon (11-24-15) .875 (21-24) .850 (17-20) IOWA STATE (2-10-16)

Field Goal Percentage .508 (30-59) .484 (31-64)

Rebounds 62 54

3-Point Field Goals Made 11 10

MOREHEAD STATE (12-2-15) LONGWOOD (12-16-15)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts KANSAS STATE (2-6-16) 29 vs Marshall (12-13-15) 24

Blocked Shots 11 10 10

Opponent Game Highs

3-Point Field Goal Percentage at Iowa State (3-1-16) .565 (13-23) .542 (13-24) OKLAHOMA STATE (2-27-16) Free Throws Made 21 20

Assists 24 23 23

BAYLOR (1-30-16) TEXAS TECH (1-9-16) TCU (2-24-16) at Texas (2-21-16) at TCU (1-24-16) at Ohio State (3-20-16)

at Ohio State (3-20-16) LONGWOOD (12-16-15) vs Yale (11-29-15) vs USC (11-23-15)

Rebounds 52 48

BAYLOR (1-30-16) vs USC (11-23-15)

Assists 19 18

at Baylor (1-12-16) at TCU (1-24-16)

Steals 13 13

at TCU (1-24-16) ELON (12-28-15)

Blocked Shots 11 8

at Gonzaga (11-22-15) TEXAS (12-30-15)

Turnovers 29 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (12-6-15) KANSAS (1-16-16) 25 Fouls 23 23 23

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WVU Game Lows

Points 50 51 51 54 54

Field Goals Made 16 18 18

at Texas (2-21-16) at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) vs Texas (3-6-16) TEXAS (12-30-15) at Oklahoma (1-27-16)

Steals 1 3 3

at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) TEXAS (12-30-15) at Texas (2-21-16)

Blocked Shots 2 3

KANSAS STATE (2-6-16) vs Grand Canyon (11-24-15)

Turnovers 8 9

TEXAS (12-30-15) at Oklahoma State (2-13-16)

Fouls 11 12

Field Goal Attempts 45 47 Field Goal Percentage .300 (18-60) .320 (16-50)

Assists 6 7

3-Point Field Goals Made 1 2 2

vs Yale (11-29-15) KANSAS (1-16-16) IOWA STATE (2-10-16)

3-Point Field Goal Attempts vs Yale (11-29-15) 8 vs Grand Canyon (11-24-15) 11 11 OKLAHOMA (2-17-16) 3-Point Field Goal Percentage KANSAS (1-16-16) .118 (2-17) .125 (1-8) vs Yale (11-29-15) IOWA STATE (2-10-16) .125 (2-16)

at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) at Texas (2-21-16) at Ohio State (3-20-16) BAYLOR (1-30-16) IOWA STATE (2-10-16) FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (12-6-15) vs Yale (11-29-15) OKLAHOMA STATE (2-27-16) vs Princeton (3-18-16) TCU (2-24-16) at Kansas (1-3-16)

Opponent Game Lows Points 34 35 42 42 43

Field Goals Made 11 12 12 Field Goal Attempts 44 48

DELAWARE STATE (11-14-15) KANSAS (1-16-16) FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON (12-6-15) at Texas Tech (2-2-16) LONGWOOD (12-16-15) LONGWOOD (12-16-15) DELAWARE STATE (11-14-15) KANSAS (1-16-16) at Kansas (1-3-16) vs Indiana (12-21-15)

Free Throws Made 4 4

vs USC (11-23-15) at Texas Tech (2-2-16)

Free Throw Attempts 6 8

at Texas Tech (2-2-16) vs USC (11-23-15)

Field Goal Percentage .208 (11-53) LONGWOOD (12-16-15) .231 (12-52) DELAWARE STATE (11-14-15) .231 (12-52) KANSAS (1-16-16)

Free Throw Percentage .412 (7-17) KANSAS STATE (2-6-16) DELAWARE STATE (11-14-15) .462 (6-13) at Kansas (1-3-16) .462 (6-13)

3-Point Field Goals Made 0 OKLAHOMA (2-17-16) 1 LONGWOOD (12-16-15) 1 BAYLOR (1-30-16)

Rebounds 28 28

3-Point Field Goal Attempts 5 BAYLOR (1-30-16) COPPIN STATE (11-16-15) 7 7 at Baylor (1-12-16)

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3-Point Field Goal Percentage .000 (0-17) OKLAHOMA (2-17-16) .100 (1-10) LONGWOOD (12-16-15) Free Throws Made 5 TCU (2-24-16) 6 vs James Madison (12-20-15) Free Throw Attempts 6 9

TCU (2-24-16) vs James Madison (12-20-15)

Free Throw Percentage .438 (7-16) MOREHEAD STATE (12-2-15) .471 (8-17) DELAWARE STATE (11-14-15) Rebounds 22 KANSAS STATE (2-6-16) 25 at Texas Tech (2-2-16) 25 TCU (2-24-16) Assists 2 LONGWOOD (12-16-15) 4 KANSAS (1-16-16) Steals 3 vs Marshall (12-13-15) 3 vs Princeton (3-18-16) Blocked Shots 0 COPPIN STATE (11-16-15) 0 IOWA STATE (2-10-16) Turnovers 9 vs Marshall (12-13-15) 9 BAYLOR (1-30-16) 9 at Texas (2-21-16) 9 at Ohio State (3-20-16) Fouls 9 10

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WVU Individual Game Highs Points 30 29 27 27 26 26

Bria Holmes vs TCU (2-24-16) Bria Holmes vs Morehead State (12-2-15) Bria Holmes vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) Bria Holmes vs USC (11-23-15) Bria Holmes vs Princeton (3-18-16) Jessica Morton at TCU (1-24-16)

1.000 (3-3) Bria Holmes vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) 1.000 (3-3) Tynice Martin vs Oklahoma (2-17-16) 1.000 (3-3) Bria Holmes vs Indiana (12-21-15) 1.000 (3-3) Lanay Montgomery vs Indiana (12-21-15) 1.000 (3-3) Bria Holmes vs Longwood (12-16-15) 1.000 (3-3) Teana Muldrow vs Grand Canyon (11-24-15)

Field Goals Made 12 Bria Holmes vs Morehead State (12-2-15) 12 Bria Holmes vs USC (11-23-15)

Rebounds 18 Lanay Montgomery vs Morehead State (12-2-15) 17 Arielle Roberson vs Iowa State (2-10-16) 17 Lanay Montgomery vs Kansas (1-16-16)

Field Goal Attempts 22 Bria Holmes vs TCU (2-24-16) 21 Bria Holmes vs Princeton (3-18-16)

Assists 10 9

Field Goal Percentage (min 5 made) 1.000 (9-9) Lanay Montgomery vs Elon (12-28-15) .889 (8-9) Bria Holmes vs Coppin State (11-16-15)

Steals 6 5 5 5

3-Point Field Goals Made 4 Katrina Pardee at Iowa State (3-1-16) 4 Teana Muldrow at Iowa State (3-1-16) 4 Teana Muldrow vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) 4 Bria Holmes vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) 4 Teana Muldrow at Oklahoma (1-27-16) 4 Tynice Martin at Kansas State (1-6-16) 4 Bria Holmes at Kansas State (1-6-16) 4 Katrina Pardee vs Indiana (12-21-15) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 10 Teana Muldrow vs Texas (3-6-16) 9 Katrina Pardee vs Delaware State (11-14-15)

Bria Holmes vs Marshall (12-13-15) Olivia Seggie vs Morehead State (12-2-15) Arielle Roberson at Kansas (1-3-16) Tynice Martin vs TCU (2-24-16) Arielle Roberson vs Oklahoma (2-17-16) Arielle Roberson at Texas Tech (2-2-16)

Blocked Shots 6 Lanay Montgomery vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) 6 Lanay Montgomery vs Morehead State (12-2-15) Turnovers 8 6 6 6 6

Fouls 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Jessica Morton at Ohio State (3-20-16) Lanay Montgomery vs Kansas State (3-5-16) Bria Holmes at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) Teana Muldrow at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) Katrina Pardee at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) Teana Muldrow vs Baylor (1-30-16) Jessica Morton at Baylor (1-12-16) Chania Ray at Baylor (1-12-16) Desiree Rhodes at Kansas State (1-6-16) Jessica Morton vs Texas (12-30-15) Alexis Brewer vs Fairleigh Dickinson (12-6-15) Arielle Roberson vs Yale University (11-29-15) Katrina Pardee at Gonzaga (11-22-15) Arielle Roberson vs Delaware State (11-14-15)

Minutes 45 39 39 39 39 39

Bria Holmes vs USC (11-23-15) Bria Holmes vs Princeton (3-18-16) Bria Holmes vs Iowa State (2-10-16) Bria Holmes vs Baylor (1-30-16) Bria Holmes at TCU (1-24-16) Bria Holmes vs James Madison (12-20-15)

Teana Muldrow at Oklahoma (1-27-16) Chania Ray at Ohio State (3-20-16) Bria Holmes vs TCU (2-24-16) Bria Holmes at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) Bria Holmes at Kansas State (1-6-16)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min 2 made) 1.000 (3-3) Teana Muldrow at Ohio State (3-20-16) 1.000 (3-3) Jessica Morton at Kansas (1-3-16) 1.000 (2-2) Alexis Brewer at Baylor (1-12-16) 1.000 (2-2) Bria Holmes vs Texas Tech (1-9-16) 1.000 (2-2) Alexis Brewer vs Indiana (12-21-15) 1.000 (2-2) Arielle Roberson vs Morehead St. (12-2-15) Free Throws Made 8 Bria Holmes vs Iowa State (2-10-16) 7 Bria Holmes at TCU (1-24-16) 7 Bria Holmes vs Elon (12-28-15) 7 Lanay Montgomery vs Marshall (12-13-15) 7 Teana Muldrow vs Yale University (11-29-15) Free Throw Attempts 12 Bria Holmes vs Baylor (1-30-16) 11 Bria Holmes vs Elon (12-28-15) 11 Teana Muldrow vs Yale University (11-29-15) Free Throw Percentage (min 3 made) 1.000 (8-8) Bria Holmes vs Iowa State (2-10-16) 1.000 (6-6) Bria Holmes vs Princeton (3-18-16) 1.000 (6-6) Lanay Montgomery at Iowa State (3-1-16) 1.000 (6-6) Bria Holmes vs Coppin State (11-16-15) 1.000 (4-4) Tynice Martin at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) 1.000 (4-4) Alexis Brewer vs Longwood (12-16-15) 1.000 (4-4) Tynice Martin vs Marshall (12-13-15) 1.000 (4-4) Olivia Seggie vs Yale University (11-29-15) 1.000 (3-3) Chania Ray at Ohio State (3-20-16)

Bria Holmes scored a season-high 30 points in the win over TCU on February 24,2016.

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Opponent Individual Game Highs Points 45 Kelsey Mitchell at Ohio State (3-20-16) 33 Ashley Perez vs James Madison (12-20-15) 26 AJ Alix at TCU (1-24-16) 24 Leah Scott vs Marshall (12-13-15) 23 Zahna Medley vs TCU (2-24-16) 23 Peyton Little at Oklahoma (1-27-16) 23 Tyra Buss vs Indiana (12-21-15) 23 Cheyenne Hendrington vs Grand Canyon (11-24-15) Field Goals Made 12 Ashley Perez vs James Madison (12-20-15) 11 Kelsey Mitchell at Ohio State (3-20-16) Field Goal Attempts 31 Kelsey Mitchell at Ohio State (3-20-16) 21 Alexis Jones vs Baylor (1-30-16) 21 Ashley Perez vs James Madison (12-20-15) Field Goal Percentage (min 5 made) .900 (9-10) Alex Wheatley vs Princeton (3-18-16) .833 (5-6) Amanda Cahill vs Indiana (12-21-15) 3-Point Field Goals Made 7 Ashley Perez vs James Madison (12-20-15) 6 Courtney Jaco vs USC (11-23-15) 3-Point Field Goal Attempts 13 Kindred Wesemann vs Kansas State (2-6-16) 13 Ashley Perez vs James Madison (12-20-15) 3-Pt Field Goal Percentage (min 2 made) 1.000 (2-2) Shayla Cooper at Ohio State (3-20-16) 1.000 (2-2) Cait Craft at Ohio State (3-20-16) 1.000 (2-2) Celina Rodrigo vs Texas (3-6-16) 1.000 (2-2) Jada Butts vs TCU (2-24-16) 1.000 (2-2) Jada Butts at TCU (1-24-16) 1.000 (2-2) Shaelyn Martin at Kansas State (1-6-16) 1.000 (2-2) Jordan Swails vs Coppin State (11-16-15)

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Free Throws Made 18 Kelsey Mitchell at Ohio State (3-20-16) 11 Tyra Buss vs Indiana (12-21-15) Free Throw Attempts 22 Kelsey Mitchell at Ohio State (3-20-16) 12 Tyra Buss vs Indiana (12-21-15) Free Throw Percentage (min 3 made) 1.000 (10-10) Daeisha Brown vs Longwood (12-16-15) 1.000 (8-8) Megan Deines vs Kansas State (3-5-16) 1.000 (8-8) Jadda Buckley at Iowa State (3-1-16) 1.000 (8-8) Seanna Johnson vs Iowa State (2-10-16) 1.000 (6-6) Kaylee Jensen vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) 1.000 (6-6) AJ Alix at TCU (1-24-16) 1.000 (5-5) Alexis Gassion vs Indiana (12-21-15) 1.000 (5-5) Cheyenne Hendrington vs Grand Canyon (11-24-15) 1.000 (4-4) Shaelyn Martin vs Kansas State (3-5-16) 1.000 (4-4) Brittney Martin vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) 1.000 (4-4) Lashann Higgs at Texas (2-21-16) 1.000 (4-4) Sydney Walton at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) 1.000 (4-4) Kalani Brown at Baylor (1-12-16) 1.000 (4-4) Kristy Wallace at Baylor (1-12-16) 1.000 (4-4) Antoinette Taylor at Kansas State (1-6-16) 1.000 (3-3) Seanna Johnson at Iowa State (3-1-16) 1.000 (3-3) Gabbi Ortiz vs Oklahoma (2-17-16) 1.000 (3-3) Kalani Brown vs Baylor (1-30-16) 1.000 (3-3) Jada Butts at TCU (1-24-16)

Steals 5 5 5

Brittney Martin at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) Gioya Carter at Oklahoma (1-27-16) Jada Butts at TCU (1-24-16)

Blocked Shots 6 Imani Boyette vs Texas (12-30-15) 5 Shelby Cheslek at Gonzaga (11-22-15) Turnovers 8 Roddricka Patton vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) 6 Brittney Martin vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) 6 Roddricka Patton at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) 6 Tyra Buss vs Indiana (12-21-15) 6 Miranda Crockett vs Morehead State (12-2-15) 6 Whitney Wyckoff vs Yale University (11-29-15) Fouls 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Brianna Taylor vs Texas (3-6-16) Kaylon Williams vs Oklahoma (2-17-16) Kaylee Jensen at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) Brianna Taylor vs Texas (12-30-15) Ciarah Bennett vs Longwood (12-16-15) Norrisha Victrum vs Marshall (12-13-15) Talequia Hamilton vs Marshall (12-13-15) Miranda Crockett vs Morehead State (12-2-15) Jen Berkowitz vs Yale University (11-29-15) Tanesha Daniels vs Grand Canyon (11-24-15) Janelle Lane vs Coppin State (11-16-15)

Rebounds 17 Brittney Martin at Oklahoma State (2-13-16) 16 Brittney Martin vs Oklahoma State (2-27-16) Assists 13 Niya Johnson at Baylor (1-12-16) 9 Angela Mickens vs James Madison (12-20-15) West Virginia celebrated Senior Night with an 82-48 win over No. 22 Oklahoma State on February 27, 2016. Seniors Bria Holmes, Jessica Morton and Arielle Roberson were honored before the game.


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Women’s Basketball History������������������������� 118 Largest Crowds������������������������������������������� 157 Kittie Blakemore������������������������������������������ 119 Coliseum Single Game Opponent Leaders���� 158 Women’s Basketball Firsts��������������������������� 125 The Last Time���������������������������������������������� 160 Top Scorers������������������������������������������������� 126 Coliseum Results����������������������������������������� 160 Individual Records��������������������������������������� 127 Big 12 Championship Records��������������������� 161 Single Game Leaders����������������������������������� 128 Postseason Appearances����������������������������� 166 Freshman Game Leaders����������������������������� 130 NCAA Tournament Records�������������������������� 167 Sophomore Game Leaders��������������������������� 132 Series Records�������������������������������������������� 168 Junior Game Leaders����������������������������������� 134 Year-By-Year Records���������������������������������� 170 Senior Game Leaders���������������������������������� 136 All-Time Coaching Records�������������������������� 170 Single Season Leaders�������������������������������� 138 All-Time Scores������������������������������������������� 171 Freshman Season Leaders��������������������������� 140 100-Point Games����������������������������������������� 181 Sophomore Season Leaders������������������������ 142 Overtime Games������������������������������������������ 182 Junior Season Leaders�������������������������������� 144 Victories Over AP-Ranked Teams����������������� 183 Senior Season Leaders�������������������������������� 146 Individual Honors����������������������������������������� 184 Career Leaders�������������������������������������������� 148 All-Time Teams�������������������������������������������� 188 Winning Streaks������������������������������������������ 150 Rosemary Kosiorek�������������������������������������� 189 Team Records���������������������������������������������� 151 Cathy Parson����������������������������������������������� 190 Single Season Team Records����������������������� 151 Georgeann Wells������������������������������������������ 191 Single Game Team Records������������������������� 152 All-Time Uniform Numbers��������������������������� 192 Single Game Opponent Records������������������� 154 Letterwinners���������������������������������������������� 193 Coliseum Single Game Leaders�������������������� 156


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THE HISTORY OF WEST VIRGINIA The First Women’s Basketball Team at West Virginia University

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 regularseason 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 when the team went into a press, she was not allowed to move.

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“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 59-55 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.

1974-82: Working Up to the First 20-Win Season

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, W.Va., 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. There was, however, one significant event that took place during this period. Cathy Parson, a brilliant guard from Hagerstown, 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




Kittie Blakemore 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.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL J.D. Drummonds and Patricia Ryan were offered full rides. Parson scored 2,115 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 WVU basketball practice facility. 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.

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 1983-86, all remarkable accomplishments. But to most, the 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.

Georgeann Wells blocked 17 shots against Marshall on Dec. 3, 1983.

1983: Joining the NCAA & Gaining National Attention

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.

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WVU defeated Clemson 73-72 in the 1992 NCAA East Regional game held at the WVU Coliseum to advance to the Sweet 16.

In 1990, Rosemary Kosiorek averaged more than 20 points per game and earned mention on the Kodak All-East team.

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 one-handed 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.

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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 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.

1989: WVU’s First Atlantic 10 Title & NCAA Tournament Berth

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. 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.

1990-92: WVU’s First NCAA Sweet 16 Appearance & Coach Blakemore’s Retirement

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 managed more than 1,500 points and 1,000 rebounds. After defeating Florida in the season opener, West Virginia lost to only Virginia and Western




In only his third season as head coach, Mike Carey was named Big East Coach of the Year after guiding WVU to a 21-11 overall record.

Kentucky the rest of the way to finish the regular season at 25-2. Ranked as high as No. 10 in the nation, West Virginia cracked the nation’s Top 25 for the first time in school 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 allaround 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.

1993-2000: Coaching Changes 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 records before leaving for South Carolina. 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 199899 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 to place her 11th, Rebecca Burbridge, named the 1999 BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of the Year, scored 1,179 points placing her 13th all-time and Ilse Opstaele is ranked 17th all-time with 1,079 career points. It marked the first time in school history that such a prolific scoring corps was assembled on one team. The next two seasons were tougher as the squad was on the road for the entire 19992000 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.

2001-16: The Carey Years

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 200304. 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 second-consecutive 20-win season with a 2113 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-to-back 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.

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The 2009-10 squad advanced to the Big East Conference Tournament Championship game.

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 Davis-White 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 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

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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 6552 win over Xavier in Austin, Texas. The core of that team once again returned in 2007-08 ready to re-write the record books. WVU posted a 25-8 record which were the secondmost 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, 6354, 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 6160 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 secondround 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 runner-up Louisville, marking the highest-ranked road victory in school history. Without any seniors, the 2009-10 team exceeded all expectations as the squad was predicted to finish ninth in the preseason BIG EAST Coaches’ Poll, but the Mountaineers won a school record 29 games, a program-best 13 BIG EAST contests, finished second in the regularseason league standings and in the tournament, reeled off 16 consecutive wins during the season, the longest since 1992, and had a program-best eight BIG EAST award winners. WVU reached as high as No. 7 in both major polls, and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four years. WVU posted a




Liz Repella earned first team all-conference honors in back-toback seasons under coach Carey.

West Virginia won a share of its first Big 12 regular season title with a 67-60 win over Kansas on March 4, 2014.

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. The Mountaineers experienced success from the start of the 2010-11 season as WVU earned its highest-ever preseason ranking in the Associated Press poll at No. 11 with seniors Repella and Miles earning BIG EAST preseason honors. The season opened on a 19-0 win streak, the best start to a season in program history, and the Mountaineers moved up to the highestever ranking in program history at No. 6 in the polls, staying there for four-straight weeks. Within its undefeated start, WVU defeated No. 21 TCU, Virginia and No. 19 Iowa State on the way to becoming Paradise Jam Island Division Champions. Senior co-captains Repella and Madina Ali were named to the all-tournament team, while Repella also earned MVP honors. Driven by Carey’s motivation for defensive play, the Mountaineers’ scoring defense ranked No.

1 nationally for five-straight weeks and stayed within the top-10 nationwide for the entire season. WVU was led by five seniors, who amassed the most wins in two seasons in program history with a 53-15 mark. Carey recorded his 200th win as head coach at WVU on Feb. 19, 2011 as the Mountaineers tallied their highest point total of the season with a 90-79 win at Pitt. WVU recorded its sixth 20-win season in the last eight years, made its fifth NCAA appearance in eight seasons and its fourth NCAA Second Round appearance in the last five seasons. Ali was named to the All-BIG EAST second team, while Repella earned first team honors for the second consecutive season. Repella was named a Capital One Academic All-America first team member in back-to-back seasons and was named to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award AllAmerica second team as a finalist for the award. With 50 percent of its games on television and nine games nationally-televised, including ESPN2’s Big Monday, WVU experienced some of its greatest crowds in program history. Six crowds ranked in the top 20 all-time largest crowds at the WVU Coliseum, helping the Mountaineers to a school record for total (49,648) and average (3,103) home attendance; ranking 35th of all NCAA Division I programs and recording the fifth-largest per game increase nationally from the previous season. In 2011-12, Carey coached a Mountaineer squad returning only one senior and one starter from the previous season to its third consecutive

NCAA tournament and fourth in the last five seasons. Predicted to finish ninth in the BIG EAST Preseason Coaches’ Poll, the Mountaineers exceeded expectations finishing in a tie for fourth place and earning a bye in the BIG EAST Championship. WVU’s scoring defense ranked in the top 10 nationally all season, closing out the year at No. 6, and held 23 opponents to under 60 points. WVU defeated 17 opponents by a doublefigure margin and out-rebounded 28 opponents, including 13 BIG EAST teams in the regular season. For the first time in program history, WVU defeated three-straight top 25 teams, including the highest ranked opponent in program history as the Mountaineers took a 65-63 victory from No. 2 Notre Dame in front of a sold out crowd on national television. The win was WVU’s first ever in Notre Dame, Ind. Carey saw three players earn all-conference honors as junior Asya Bussie, the 15th player in WVU history to reach 1,000 points and 500 rebounds, was named first team All-BIG EAST, sophomore Christal Caldwell earned All-BIG EAST honorable mention and Linda Stepney was named to the All-BIG EAST freshman team. In the last nine years, under Carey’s direction, WVU has advanced to the NCAA tournament second round (2006-07, 2007-08, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12), the NCAA tournament (200304), the WNIT championship game (2004-05), the BIG EAST tournament finals (2005-06, 2009-10) and the second round of the WNIT (2008-09).

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Bria Holmes finished third in career scoring at West Virginia with 2,001 points. Holmes became the program’s highest draft pick selection with her 11th overall pick by the Atlanta Dream in the 2016 WNBA Draft.

The team has also posted seven 21-win seasons during that time. Certainly, success and respect have found their way to the Mountaineer women’s basketball program. The 2013-14 season was a season with many firsts. WVU recorded its most wins in program history with a 30-5 overall record, made its fifth consecutive NCAA appearance with a No. 2 seed—the highest in program history, recorded its highest ranking to date in program history at No. 5 in the Associated Press poll and recorded wins over five top-25 teams, including four in the top 15. A team led by five seniors, the Mountaineers broke a program scoring record set in 1981 with 2,581 total points. In only his second season in the Big 12 Conference, coach Mike Carey led the Mountaineers to a Big 12 Regular-Season Championship title, finishing with a 16-2 league record and sharing the top of the league standings with Baylor. Carey was named Big 12 Coach of the Year as the Mountaineers captured a conference regular-season title for the first time since winning the Atlantic 10 title in 1992.

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With the loss of five core seniors, the 2014-15 Mountaineers had many ups-and-downs before reaching the WNIT Championship title game. The Mountaineers (23-15, 7-11 Big 12) pushed its home court win streak to 16 games. West Virginia’s 19 home victories were the most in program history and tied for the nation lead. Junior guard Bria Holmes shattered WVU’s junior scoring record with 716 points, just 14 shy of the program’s single-season mark of 730 set by Rosemary Kosiorek in 1992. Holmes again was honored with unanimous All-Big 12 First Team accolades. Senior Averee Fields followed with 524 points, while Lanay Montgomery broke a WVU sophomore record with her 124 blocks. WVU reeled off a school-record five consecutive postseason victories before falling 62-60 to UCLA in the WNIT Championship game at the Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, West Virginia. West Virginia entered the 2015-16 season as the sixth-youngest team nationally by scholarship percentage. Coach Carey’s Mountaineers posted a 25-10 overall mark and finished third in the Big 12 with a 12-6 record. West Virginia reached the NCAA Tournament for the 11th time overall and

the 10th consecutive postseason appearance. WVU won a NCAA statistical award by boasting 6.5 blocked shots per game. The Mountaineers were led by All-Big 12 First Team performer Bria Holmes, who averaged 16.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game. Holmes garnered Senior CLASS Award All-America Second Team accolades and was named All-America Honorable Mention by the Associated Press and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. In April 2016, Holmes became the program’s highest draft pick with her 11th overall selection by the Atlanta Dream in the WNBA Draft. Freshman Tynice Martin was named the Big 12’s Freshman of the Year after averaging 10.3 points and 3.2 rebounds per game. Junior center Lanay Montgomery continued to anchor the Mountaineer defense with her 97 blocks and 8.1 rebounds, garnering All-Big 12 Second Team honors and Big 12 All-Defensive Team accolades. Senior Arielle Roberson picked up All-Big 12 Honorable Mention after boasting 7.5 rebounds and 4.4 points per game. West Virginia advanced to the NCAA Second Round for the first time since 2014 after picking up a 74-65 win over Princeton.






WVU Women’s Basketball Firsts ■■ Coach: Kittie Blakemore became the first head coach of the WVU women’s basketball program in 1973. ■■ Season: The 1973-74 team was the first women’s basketball team at West Virginia. ■■ Scholarship: In 1980, Cathy Parson was the first woman to earn a scholarship in athletics at WVU, she is WVU’s all-time scoring leader with 2,115 points, and became WVU’s first women’s player to have her jersey retired and first woman to be inducted into the WVU Sports Hall of Fame (in 1996). ■■ All-Conference Honoree: In 1983, Olivia Bradley became WVU’s first-ever all-conference honoree as she was named to the 1983 All-Atlantic 10 second team. She earned first team accolades the following year, the first player to do so in WVU women’s basketball history. ■■ Postseason Tournament: WVU returned all five starters from the 1984 campaign and posted a 20-10 record, while qualifying for its first-ever postseason tournament – the 1985 WNIT. ■■ NCAA Tournament Appearance: WVU posted a 24-8 season and won its first Atlantic 10 Championship in 1989, advancing to its first-ever NCAA Tournament. ■■ All-American: In 1992, Rosemary Kosiorek became WVU’s first Kodak All-American and was a finalist for the Francis Pomeroy Naismith Player of the Year award, in addition to earning her second-consecutive CoSIDA Academic All-American honor, the first player in program history to do so. ■■ NCAA Sweet 16 Berth: In 1992, WVU finished the season with the then-most wins in school history (26) and its first-ever berth into the NCAA Sweet 16. ■■ Undefeated Season At Home: WVU went 14-0 at home in the 1992 season for the first undefeated season at home. The 2009-10 team was the second to have an unblemished home schedule as it recorded the most wins at the Coliseum in a single season with a 17-0 record. ■■ Multiple Players with 1,000-Point Season: Maria Tchobanova, Christie Lambert, Rebecca Burbridge and Ilse Opstaele each reached the 1,000-point milestone in the 1998-99 season, becoming WVU’s first team to have multiple players do so in the same year. ■■ Player Drafted by WNBA: Senior guard Kate Bulger became the first WVU player drafted in the WNBA as she went as the final pick (No. 38) in the third round to the Minnesota Lynx in 2004. ■■ Back-to-Back 20-Win Seasons: In his fourth season at the helm of the program, Mike Carey guided WVU to its second-consecutive 20-win season with a 21-13 mark and a postseason appearance in the 2005 WNIT championship game. It marked the first time in school history that WVU posted back-toback 20-win seasons and back-to-back postseason berths. ■■ Player to Make a WNBA Roster: Yolanda Paige became the first women’s basketball player out of WVU to make a WNBA roster as she was drafted by

the Indiana Fever in the second round of the 2005 WNBA Draft with the 16th overall pick. ■■ First Team All-Conference Selection: In 2005, Meg Bulger became West Virginia’s first-ever All-BIG EAST First Team selection and it was a unanimous decision. ■■ Ranked in the Top 25 for the Entire Season: The largest senior class in school history (7) guided WVU to the then second-most wins in school history (25), including a school-record-tying three victories over Top 25 teams in 2008. The team also began and concluded the season ranked in the Top 25 of both major polls for the first time in program history. ■■ Cracked the Top 10 in Major Polls: In 2010, WVU came in at No. 8 in the ESPN/USA Today Top 25 poll, marking the first time in school history that the Mountaineers were ranked in the Top 10. WVU went on to rank as high as No. 7 in both major polls. ■■ Defeated Three-Straight Top 25 Teams: The 2011-12 squad knocked off three consecutive top 25 teams for the first time in program history. The Mountaineers defeated No. 13 Louisville 66-50 at home. WVU went on to snap a 21-game win streak at No. 2 Notre Dame in front of a sold out crowd on national television, marking the highest-ranked opponent WVU has defeated in program history. It was Notre Dame’s only loss at home and only BIG EAST regular-season loss of the year. WVU returned home to take a 60-50 win from No. 21 Rutgers. ■■ Reaching 30: WVU recorded a program singleseason record 30 victories during the 2013-14 campaign. The Mountaineers knocked off Albany, 76-61, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to collect a new program-record 30th victory. ■■ First Big 12 Title: In just its second year in the league, West Virginia reeled off a 16-2 record to clinch a share of the Big 12 Conference title in 2013-14. The Mountaineers would advance to the Big 12 Championship title game, falling short to Baylor. First Women’s Basketball ■■ First Time to Reach Postseason 10 Player to Ever Dunk in a Game: Consecutive Years: West Virginia Georgeann Wells earned national has reached the postseason the last 10 seasons dating back to attention in 1984 as she became a NCAA Tournament berth in the first women’s basketball 2007. player to ever dunk in a game. ■■ First Big 12 Freshman of the Year: Tynice Martin was named the 2016 Big 12 Freshman of the Year becoming the first Mountaineer to garner a major postseason award since joining the league. Martin, who averaged 10.3 points and 3.2 rebounds per game, was also named a finalist for the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) National Freshman of the Year. ■■ Highest Draft Pick: Bria Holmes became the program’s highest draft pick with her 11th overall selection by the Atlanta Dream in the first round of the 2016 WNBA Draft. Holmes finished third all-time at West Virginia with 2,001 career points.

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Top Scorers

Olayinka Sanni, Meg Bulger, LaQuita Owens and Chakia Cole all reached 1,000 points.

1,000-Point Scorers

2,115 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 2,061 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 2,001 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 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 1,641 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 1,602 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 1,534 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 1,504 Jenny Hillen...................................................... 1986-89 1,497 Asya Bussie............................................ 2010-12, 2014 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 1,211 Christal Caldwell............................................... 2012-14 1,179 Rebecca Burbridge........................................... 1996-99 1,163 LaQuita Owens................................................. 2005-08 1,160 J.D. Drummonds.............................................. 1980-81 1,111 Mary Hennen.................................................... 1976-79 1,101 Lisa Szymczak.................................................. 1993-96 1,097 Taylor Palmer................................................... 2011-14 1,096 Averee Fields.................................................... 2012-15 1,079 Ilse Opstaele..................................................... 1996-99 1,071 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 1,040 Brandi Batch................................................ 1999-2002 1,007 Cindy Winegar.................................................. 1977-80

Top Home Scorers

38 by Meg Bulger vs. Cleveland State, December 19, 2005 36 by Kate Bulger vs. Syracuse, February 26, 2003 36 by Bria Holmes vs. Seton Hall, November 17, 2014 35 by Cathy Parson vs. Glenville State, December 12, 1981 35 by Christie Lambert vs. Temple, January 28, 1995 34 by Donna Abbott vs. George Washington, January 29, 1990 34 by Talisha Hargis vs. Providence, February 10, 1996 34 by Liz Repella vs. USF, February 21, 2009 33 by Mary Hennen vs. Salem, February 9, 1976 33 by Cathy Parson vs. Penn State, January 18, 1982 33 by Georgeann Wells vs. Penn State, February 8, 1986 33 by Rosemary Kosiorek vs. Pitt, December 21, 1991 33 by Kate Bulger vs. Robert Morris, December 30, 2001 33 by Taylor Palmer vs. Youngstown State, November 11, 2011

Top Away Scorers

38 by Christie Lambert at Providence, January 21, 1998 37 by Donna Abbott at Saint Joseph’s, February 18, 1989 36 by Lisa Szymczak at Youngstown State, December 16, 1995 35 by J.D. Drummonds at Miami, December 28, 1980 33 by Talisha Hargis at Pitt, February 9, 1997 32 by Rosemary Kosiorek at St. Bonaventure, January 24, 1991 32 by Lisa Szymczak at Youngstown State, November 30, 1993 32 by Yolanda Paige at Duquesne, December 20, 2003 31 by Cathy Parson at Charleston, February 8, 1982 31 by Rosemary Kosiorek at Massachusetts, January 30, 1992 31 by Talisha Hargis at Providence, December 4, 1996 31 by Rebecca Burbridge at Miami, February 3, 1999 31 by Meg Bulger at Kentucky, March 28, 2005 31 by Takisha Granberry at Georgetown, February 18, 2009

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Individual Records SCORING 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: 716 by Bria Holmes, 2015 Senior Season: 730 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 FIELD GOALS MADE 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: 899 by Cathy Parson, 1980-81 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 31 by Bria Holmes at TCU, 2/24/15 Season: 669 by Bria Holmes, 2015 Career: 2,072 by Cathy Parson, 1980-83 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (13-13) by Olayinka Sanni vs. Kennesaw State, 12/21/06 Season (min. 100 att.): 58.9 (116-197) by Lanay Montgomery, 2016 Career: (min. 500 att.): 55.7 (663-1,191) by Olayinka Sanni, 2005-08 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 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; 1.000 (5-5) by Christal Caldwell vs. Oklahoma, 1/18/14 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: 541 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12, 2014 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 22 by Donna Abbott vs. Northern Illinois, 12/29/90 Season: 259 by Asya Bussie, 2014 Career: 870 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12, 2014 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 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 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Game: 16 by Mary Hennen vs. Shepherd, 1/26/76 Season: 125 by Mary Hennen, 1976 Career: 400 by Donna Abbott, 1989-92 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 STEALS 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 BLOCKED SHOTS 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: 124 by Lanay Montgomery, 2015 Junior Season: 124 by Georgeann Wells, 1985 Senior Season: 140 by Georgeann Wells, 1986 TURNOVERS Game: 13 by Kim Houser at Rutgers, 2/25/84 Season: 166 by Cindy Winegar, 1978 Career: 550 by Ashley Powell, 2006-09 Freshman Season: 139 by Dionne Morris, 1986 Sophomore Season: 166 by Cindy Winegar, 1978 Junior Season: 157 by Jean Mewshew, 1978 Senior Season: 147 by Ashley Powell, 2009

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Freshman Season: 1,099 by Chakhia Cole, 2005 Sophomore Season: 1,235 by Meg Bulger, 2005 Junior Season: 1,389 by Bria Holmes, 2015 Senior Season: 1,353 by Averee Fields, 2015 GAMES PLAYED Season: 38 by six players in 2015 Career: 138 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12 & 2014; 138 by Bria Holmes, 2013-16 GAMES STARTED Season: 38 by Averee Fields, Bria Holmes & Linda Stepney, 2015 Career: 138 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12 & 2014 CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED Career: 138 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12 & 2014 TRIPLE-DOUBLES 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

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

10-POINT GAMES Season: 37 by Bria Holmes, 2015 Career: 104 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989-92

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

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

MINUTES PLAYED Game: 50 by Yolanda Paige at Kentucky, 3/28/05 Season: 1,389 by Bria Holmes, 2015 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

30-POINT GAMES 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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Single Game Leaders POINTS 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 36 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 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

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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

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 13 Asya Bussie.......................................... at LSU - 3/25/14

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 31 Bria Holmes..............................................TCU - 2/24/15 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 ...............West Virginia Wesleyan - 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 27 Bria Holmes .......................................... Temple - 4/1/15 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 7 att.) 1.000 (13/13) Olayinka Sanni........Kennesaw State - 12/21/05 1.000 (9/9) Lanay Montgomery...................Elon - 12/28/15 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 1.000 (7/7) Madina Ali ..................... St. Francis - 12/18/10 .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 .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 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 9 Christie Lambert ............................Providence - 1/21/98 8 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 8 Christie Lambert .....................St. Bonaventure - 2/23/95 8 Kate Bulger ..........................................Miami - 2/28/04 8 Takisha Granberry................New Jersey Tech - 11/28/08 8 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 8 Taylor Palmer.................................... Oklahoma - 1/2/13 7 Christie Lambert ................................. Temple - 1/28/95

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Christie Lambert ............Massachusetts - 2/2/95 Christie Lambert .........St. Bonaventure - 2/23/95 Judy Eaton ............George Washington - 1/23/88 Debbie Blazek ...........................Rutgers - 2/2/94 Christie Lambert ......North Carolina-Asheville - 11/25/95 Rebecca Burbridge ................Syracuse - 2/21/96 Christie Lambert .............. Georgetown - 1/29/97 Rebecca Burbridge ....Youngstown State - 11/19/97 Christie Lambert ........................... Pitt - 1/31/98 Kate Bulger ........................Providence - 2/17/01 Meg Bulger .................. Northwestern - 11/22/04 Meg Bulger ............................St. John’s - 2/8/05 Meg Bulger ...............................Maine - 3/18/05 Meg Bulger....................... Georgetown - 1/14/06 Sherell Sowho .......................Kentucky - 3/28/05 Meg Bulger....................Rhode Island - 11/24/07 Teana Muldrow.........................Buffalo - 3/19/15

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Christie Lambert ..................................Syracuse - 2/297 Rebecca Burbridge ..............................UCLA - 11/22/98 Mandy Ronay .....................................Rutgers - 1/22/00 Kate Bulger ..................................Duquesne - 11/20/01

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 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 16 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 15 LaQuita Owens....................................Louisville - 3/4/06 15 Kate Bulger ..........................................Miami - 2/28/04 14 Rebecca Burbridge ..............................UCLA - 11/22/98 13 Taylor Palmer.................................... Oklahoma - 1/2/13 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

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 17 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 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 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 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 7 att.) 1.000 (7/7) Linda Findo ........................Kent State - 2/3/78 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






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Rosemary Kosiorek ...St. Bonaventure - 1/11/92 Rosemary Kosiorek ....Massachusetts - 2/13/92 Anna Tillman ...................... Duquesne - 2/4/93 Lori Quertinmont ..........Massachusetts - 2/6/93 Shannon Monahan ........Rhode Island - 2/27/93 Amanda Hayes .........St. Bonaventure - 1/29/94 Lisa Szymczak ......Youngstown State - 12/16/95 Rebecca Burbridge .......Robert Morris - 12/14/96 Rebecca Burbridge .......Boston College - 1/19/97 Talisha Hargis ......................... Ohio - 12/20/97 Mandy Ronay .................. Georgetown - 1/3/98 Talisha Hargis .............. Connecticut - 12/10/98 Rebecca Burbridge ...... Georgetown - 12/10/98 Rebecca Burbridge ........ Notre Dame - 2/20/99 Brandi Batch .............................Miami - 1/8/02 Yolanda Paige ................. Virginia Tech - 3/8/03 Yolanda Paige ....................St. John’s - 3/21/05 Meg Bulger......................... Marshall - 1/25/06 Chakhia Cole........................St. John’s - 3/5/06 LaQuita Owens....................Louisville - 3/10/08 Olayinka Sanni...................Marquette - 1/16/08 Asya Bussie............. Delaware State - 12/18/13 Taylor Palmer...................Duquesne - 12/21/13 Linda Stepney....................Oklahoma - 1/18/14 Christal Caldwell.........................Texas - 3/9/14 Averee Fields...................Duquesne - 12/10/14 Bria Holmes.......................Iowa State - 2/10/16

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 24 Lanay Montgomery................................ Temple - 4/1/15 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 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 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 ASSISTS 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 STEALS 11 Cindy (Sam) Booth .......West Virginia Wesleyan - 1/20/75 11 Maria Tchobanova ...................................... Pitt - 1/4/96 10 Jean Mewshaw ...............................Shepherd - 2/19/76 10 Talisha Hargis .....................................Rutgers - 2/16/95

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Cindy (Sam) Booth .................... Morris Harvey - 1/25/75 Cindy (Sam) Booth ...........................Shepherd - 1/28/75 Cindy (Sam) Booth ..................... Fairmont State - 2/7/75 Sarah Miles................ Central Connecticut State - 1/2/11 Cindy (Sam) Booth .......................West Liberty - 1/15/75 Cindy (Sam) Booth .......................West Liberty - 2/11/75 Carol Mousseau ....................... Davis & Elkins - 2/20/76 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 Rosemary Kosiorek .................... George Mason - 1/3/90 Christie Ammons .....................Robert Morris - 12/10/95 Talisha Hargis .......................................Miami - 1/25/96 Talisha Hargis ................................Providence - 12/4/96 Maria Tchobanova ................................Miami - 1/22/97 Yolanda Paige ....................................St. John’s - 3/6/04

BLOCKED SHOTS 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 9 Georgeann Wells .............................Penn State - 2/2/84 9 Georgeann Wells ...................................... Pitt - 12/5/84 9 Georgeann Wells ............................ Marshall - 12/10/85 9 Lanay Montgomery........................Kansas State - 1/2/15 8 Georgeann Wells ....................James Madison - 1/15/84 8 Georgeann Wells ............................ Marshall - 12/22/84 8 Georgeann Wells .....................Massachusetts - 2/20/86 8 Georgeann Wells ........................Saint Joseph’s - 3/1/86 8 Georgeann Wells ..................................Rutgers - 3/7/86 8 Lanay Montgomery................................ Temple - 4/1/15 TURNOVERS 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 11 Sarah Miles.................................. Georgetown - 1/25/11 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 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

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Yolanda Paige .....................................UMKC - 12/30/03 Chakhia Cole.....................................Louisville - 2/26/07 Bria Holmes..............................................Texas - 3/1/15 Averee Fields............................................Texas - 3/1/15 Bria Holmes............................................USC - 11/23/15

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 30-POINT GAMES 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 36 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 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 33 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 32 Cathy Parson .................................... Edinboro - 12/7/80 32 Donna Abbott .................................Duquesne - 2/11/89 32 Rosemary Kosiorek .................St. Bonaventure - 1/24/91 32 Lisa Szymczak .................. Youngstown State - 11/30/93 32 Talisha Hargis .............................Rhode Island - 1/10/95 32 Yolanda Paige ...............................Duquesne - 12/20/03 32 Madina Ali.........................................Syracuse - 1/15/11 32 Bria Holmes....................................Evansville - 11/26/14 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 31 Bria Holmes...................................Kansas State - 2/8/14 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 30 Taylor Palmer..................................... Oklahoma -1/2/13 30 Bria Holmes................................................TCU - 2/4/15 30 Bria Holmes .............................................TCU - 2/24/16

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Freshman Game Leaders 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 FIELD GOALS MADE 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 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 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 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.) .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 .750 (9/12) Tynice Martin............ Oklahoma State - 2/27/16 .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 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 8 Christie Lambert......................St. Bonaventure - 2/23/95 7 Christie Lambert.................................. Temple - 1/28/95 6 Christie Lambert.........................Massachusetts - 2/2/95 6 Taylor Palmer..................................High Point - 12/4/10 6 Kate Bulger........................................St. John’s - 1/6/01 6 Teana Muldrow..............................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 5 Christie Lambert..............................Duquesne - 1/21/95 5 Christie Lambert............................Rhode Island - 2/4/95 5 Christie Lambert..............................Duquesne - 2/21/95 5 Rebecca Burbridge............................Syracuse - 2/21/96

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Kate Bulger........................................ Liberty - 11/25/00 Kate Bulger....................................Providence - 2/17/01 Teana Muldrow.....................................Buffalo - 3/19/15

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 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 11 Teana Muldrow..............................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 10 Christie Lambert..............................Duquesne - 2/21/95 10 Taylor Palmer..................................High Point - 12/4/10 9 Christie Lambert............................ Virginia Tech - 3/1/95 9 Yolanda Paige......................... Colorado State - 11/23/01 9 LaQuita Owens.............................Providence - 11/22/05 9 Teana Muldrow.........................................TCU - 2/24/15 9 Katrina Pardee....................... Delaware State - 11/14/15

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 att.) 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 .714 (5/7) Teana Muldrow.......................Buffalo - 3/19/15 .667 (4/6) Rebecca Burbridge........... Georgetown - 1/2/96 .667 (4/6) Val Zona.....................Boston College - 12/8/98 .667 (4/6) Tynice Martin...................Kansas State - 1/6/16 .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 .600 (6/10) Taylor Palmer.....................High Point - 12/4/10 .600 (3/5) Teana Muldrow........................Baylor - 2/15/15 .600 (3/5) Katrina Pardee..........................USC - 11/23/15






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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 Mandy Ronay.............................................. Pitt - 2/9/97 9 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

BLOCKED SHOTS 9 Georgeann Wells........ Washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 7 Olivia Bradley.................................New Mexico - 1/9/82 7 Georgeann Wells.................................... Detroit - 2/7/83 6 Asya Bussie........................................St. John’s - 1/2/09 6 Georgeann Wells..............................Penn State - 2/2/83 5 Asya Bussie..................................... Seton Hall - 1/27/10 5 Asya Bussie.............................................. USF - 2/20/10 5 Olivia Bradley.....................................Mercer - 12/29/81 5 Olivia Bradley...........................Georgia State - 12/30/81 5 Tracey Slogik.................................Rhode Island - 1/4/87 TURNOVERS 13 Kim Houser.........................................Rutgers - 2/25/84 11 Betsy Shaw..............................Pitt-Johnstown - 1/26/80 10 Cathy Parson...........................North Carolina - 11/17/79 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 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................. Pitt - 12/30/88 9 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 Christie Ammons.............Northeastern Illinois - 12/30/93 8 8 Yolanda Paige...................................... Villanova - 1/3/02 8 Ashley Powell........................ UNC Greensboro - 12/3/05

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 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 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) .900 (9/10) Amanda Hayes....George Washington - 1/20/93 .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 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 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 Mary Hennen..................................... Marshall - 2/21/76 9 9 Donna Abbott..................................Duquesne - 2/11/89 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

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Rosemary Kosiorek................................ Temple - 3/2/89 Yolanda Paige................................Duquesne - 11/20/01 Ashley Powell....................................Louisville - 1/10/06 Alexis Basil.......................................Penn State - 2/2/84 Kim Houser.................................Rhode Island - 2/11/84 Rosemary Kosiorek..........................Duquesne - 2/11/89 Christie Ammons................................. Temple - 2/12/94 Christie Ammons................................... Temple - 3/9/94 Talisha Hargis............................St. Bonaventure - 2/8/95 Mandy Ronay.............................................. Pitt - 2/9/97 Yolanda Paige.............................. Virginia Tech - 1/16/02 Yolanda Paige.................................Providence - 2/16/02 Yolanda Paige......................................Syracuse - 3/2/02 Olivia Seggie.......................... Morehead State - 12/2/15

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..................................Connecticut - 3/7/06 40 Natalie Burton............................................ Pitt - 2/24/09 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

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Sophomore Game Leaders POINTS 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 33 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 32 Cathy Parson..................................... Edinboro - 12/7/80 32 Lisa Szymczak................... Youngstown State - 11/30/93 31 Meg Bulger.......................................Kentucky - 3/28/05 31 Bria Holmes...................................Kansas State - 2/8/14 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 FIELD GOALS MADE 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 12 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 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 GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) 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 8 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 7 Christie Lambert..................................Syracuse - 2/2/97 7 Kate Bulger...................................Duquesne - 11/20/01 6 LaQuita Owens.....................................DePaul - 1/31/06 6 Christie Lambert.......................Robert Morris - 12/10/95 6 Kate Bulger............................................... Pitt - 1/19/02 6 Liz Repella...................................Coppin State - 3/19/09 5 on 17 different occasions

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Talisha Hargis.................... Youngstown State - 12/16/95 Talisha Hargis......................................Syracuse - 3/2/96 Maria Tchobanova.................. Bowling Green - 11/25/96 Meg Bulger....................................... Marshall - 1/11/05 Asya Bussie .....................................Providence - 2/1/11

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 14 Christal Caldwell........................... Georgetown - 1/24/12 13 Donna Abbott.............................Wake Forest - 12/10/89

Taylor Palmer broke the 3-point field goals record in 2011 with eight treys against Youngstown State.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 18 Christie Lambert..................................Syracuse - 2/2/97 16 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 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 13 Taylor Palmer.................Cal State Northridge - 11/26/11 13 Taylor Palmer............................... Georgetown - 1/24/12 12 LaQuita Owens................................Connecticut - 2/4/06 12 Alia Clark............................................ Liberty - 11/25/00 12 Bria Holmes.......................................... Albany - 3/23/14 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 Meg Bulger................Boston College - 1/20/05 .800 (4/5) Kate Glusko......................Providence - 2/22/05 .800 (4/5) .800 (4/5) Brooke Hampton.................... Villanova - 1/7/12 .800 (4/5) Teana Muldrow......... Oklahoma State - 2/27/16 .800 (4/5) Teana Muldrow....................Iowa State - 3/1/16 .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 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 11 Christal Caldwell........................... Georgetown - 1/24/12 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

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 .909 (10/11) Asya Bussie........................Providence - 2/1/11 .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 .900 (9/10) Rebecca Burbridge.................. Ohio - 12/30/96 .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 27 Olivia Bradley....................George Washington - 1/31/83 24 Lanay Montgomery................................ Temple - 4/1/15 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 17 Lanay Montgomery................................Baylor - 1/10/15 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 9 Lanay Montgomery................................Baylor - 1/10/15 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 8 Christal Caldwell.....................................Elon - 12/31/11 8 Lanay Montgomery................................ Temple - 4/1/15 ASSISTS 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






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Rosemary Kosiorek...............................UCLA - 11/26/89 Ilse Opstaele.............................Robert Morris - 12/14/96 Cindy (Sam) Booth...................... Fairmont State - 2/7/75 Jean Mewshaw......................... Morris Harvey - 1/24/76 Laurie Evans.................. Pittsburgh-Johnstown - 1/26/80 Cathy Parson..................... Western Michigan - 12/27/80 Dionne Morris................................Ohio State - 12/19/86 Dionne Morris...................................... Temple - 1/15/87 Christie Ammons........................Robert Morris - 12/8/94 Talisha Hargis......................................Toledo - 11/24/95 Mandy Ronay....................................Miami - 12/313/97 Mandy Ronay..................................Connecticut - 2/4/98 Yolanda Paige......................Mount St. Mary’s - 11/22/02 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

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Rosemary Kosiorek.............................. Temple - 1/11/90 Donna Abbott......................................Rutgers - 1/18/90 Lisa Szymczak..........................Massachusetts - 1/22/94 Liz Repella..............................................DePaul - 3/7/09

TRIPLE DOUBLES 17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals Jean Mewshaw......................................Shepherd - 2/19/76 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 33 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 32 Cathy Parson..................................... Edinboro - 12/7/80 32 Lisa Szymczak................... Youngstown State - 11/30/93 31 Meg Bulger.......................................Kentucky - 3/28/05 31 Bria Holmes...................................Kansas State - 2/8/14 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

During her sophomore season, Yolanda Paige led WVU with a record 14 assists on two separate occasions.

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Dionne Morris..................................Duquesne - 1/31/87 Christie Ammons................................. Temple - 2/13/95 Yolanda Paige................Missouri-Kansas City - 12/29/02 Yolanda Paige....................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 Yolanda Paige..................................Connecticut - 3/4/03 Ashley Powell....................................Louisville - 2/26/07 Linda Stepney.............................Appalachian -12/28/12

STEALS 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 BLOCKED SHOTS 17 Georgeann Wells............................... Marshall - 12/3/83 9 Georgeann Wells..............................Penn State - 2/2/84 9 Lanay Montgomery......................Kansas State - 1/21/15 8 Georgeann Wells.....................James Madison - 1/15/84 8 Lanay Montgomery................................ Temple - 4/1/15 7 Georgeann Wells..................Youngstown State - 2/21/84 7 Lanay Montgomery................. Oklahoma State - 2/18/15 6 Georgeann Wells................. Tennessee-Martin - 1/17/83 6 Georgeann Wells....................................... Pitt - 1/18/84 6 Talisha Hargis.................... Youngstown State - 12/16/95 6 Lanay Montgomery.......................... Marshall - 12/20/14 6 Lanay Montgomery................. Oklahoma State - 1/17/15 6 Lanay Montgomery........................Kansas State - 3/3/15 TURNOVERS 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

Kate Bulger’s 33 points led WVU to a victory over Robert Morris on Dec. 30, 2001.

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Junior Game Leaders .800 (8/10) .800 (8/10) .800 (12/15) .786 (11/14) .786 (11/14)

Christie Lambert.......................... Pitt - 1/31/98 Sherell Sowho..............Robert Morris - 12/7/02 Olayinka Sanni..........St. Francis, Pa. - 12/30/06 Kate Bulger..................Robert Morris - 12/7/02 Bria Holmes........................... Kansas - 2/10/15

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 9 Christie Lambert.............................Providence - 1/21/98 8 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 8 Taylor Palmer.................................... Oklahoma - 1/2/13 6 Judy Eaton..........................................Rutgers - 2/13/88 6 Rebecca Burbridge............................Syracuse - 1/17/98 6 Kate Bulger.................................... Notre Dame - 1/8/03 6 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 6 Meg Bulger..............................Robert Morris - 11/30/05 6 Meg Bulger.....................................Marquette - 1/21/06 6 LaQuita Owens................................ Seton Hall - 1/16/07 6 LaQuita Owens....................................Louisville - 3/4/07 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 16 Christie Lambert.............................Providence - 1/21/98 16 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 16 LaQuita Owens....................................Louisville - 3/4/07 13 LaQuita Owens..................................Louisville - 2/26/07 13 LaQuita Owens................................Marquette - 12/6/06 13 Taylor Palmer........................................ Iowa - 11/25/12 12 Meg Bulger.......................................Louisville - 1/10/06 12 LaQuita Owens................................ Seton Hall - 1/16/07 12 Liz Repella...................................Santa Clara - 12/30/09 12 Taylor Palmer.................................... Oklahoma - 1/2/13 12 Bria Holmes........................ Eastern Kentucky - 11/15/14 11 Dionne Morris...................... Western Kentucky - 1/13/87 11 Judy Eaton..........................................Rutgers - 2/13/88 11 Rebecca Burbridge............................Syracuse - 1/17/98 11 Kate Bulger....................................Providence - 1/15/03 11 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 11 Meg Bulger..............................Robert Morris - 11/30/05 11 LaQuita Owens.............................Texas A&M - 11/18/06 11 LaQuita Owens.......................................DePaul - 1/9/07 11 LaQuita Owens...................................St. John’s - 2/6/07 11 LaQuita Owens....................................Rutgers - 2/11/07 11 Liz Repella...........................................Marist - 11/16/09 Meg Bulger recorded 38 points on 15-of-28 shooting against Cleveland State to set the record for points and field goals attempted by a junior in a single game.

POINTS 38 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 38 Christie Lambert.............................Providence - 1/21/98 36 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 36 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 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 32 Bria Holmes....................................Evansville - 11/26/14 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 14 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 13 Bria Holmes...................................Duquesne - 12/10/14 12 Olivia Bradley............................Georgia Tech - 12/16/83 12 Judy Eaton....................................Kent State - 11/28/87

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Donna Abbott...............................Wake Forest - 12/1/90 Rosemary Kosiorek.................... Virginia Tech - 12/20/90 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................Rutgers - 2/28/91 Christy Cooper.............................Rhode Island - 1/28/93 Christy Cooper..........................Massachusetts - 1/30/93 Olayinka Sanni........................St. Francis, Pa. - 12/30/06 Bria Holmes....................................Evansville - 11/26/14

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 31 Bria Holmes..............................................TCU - 2/24/15 28 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 28 Cathy Parson.......................................Rutgers - 2/13/82 28 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 27 Bria Holmes........................................... Temple - 4/1/15 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 26 Christal Caldwell................................. Oklahoma- 2/3/13 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) .900 (9/10) Linda Findo.........................Ohio State - 3/9/78 .900 (9/10) Sherell Sowho..................... Marshall - 1/22/03 .900 (9/10) Ayana Dunning...................St. John’s - 2/21/12 .818 (9/11) Yolanda Paige..................Duquesne - 12/20/03 .818 (9/11) Ayana Dunning.........................Elon - 12/31/11

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 att.) .833 (5/6) Sherell Sowho..................... Marshall - 1/22/03 .800 (4/5) Kate Bulger.....Missouri-Kansas City - 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 .714 (5/7) Christie Lambert.......................... Pitt - 1/31/98 Meg Bulger.................... Georgetown - 1/14/06 .714 (5/7) .714 (5/7) Liz Repella...................at Ohio State - 11/19/09 .714 (5/7) Liz Repella.................. at Notre Dame - 1/24/10 .714 (5/7) Christal Caldwell....at Oklahoma State - 1/29/13 .667 (4/6) Shannon Monahan................... Temple - 3/6/93 Sherell Sowho.........................Miami - 2/15/03 .667 (4/6) .667 (4/6) Sparkle Davis............................... USF - 1/5/08 .667 (8/12) Taylor Palmer....................... Oklahoma - 1/2/13 .667 (4/6) Jessica Morton..............Kansas State - 1/21/15 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






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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 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

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BLOCKED SHOTS 11 Georgeann Wells........................Massachusetts - 3/1/85 9 Georgeann Wells....................................... Pitt - 12/5/84 7 Asya Bussie.....................................Marquette - 1/28/12 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 6 Lanay Montgomery................. Morehead State - 12/2/15 6 Lanay Montgomery................. Oklahoma State - 2/27/16

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) 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 1.000 (10/10) Linda Stepney....................Oklahoma - 1/18/14 .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

TURNOVERS 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

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 18 Lanay Montgomery................. Morehead State - 12/2/15 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 9 Lanay Montgomery................. Morehead State - 12/2/15 8 Pam Harper....................West Virginia Wesleyan - 2/3/76 Leslie Sergy......................................Shepherd - 2/19/76 8 8 Olivia Bradley.................................... Cheyney - 1/21/84 8 Ayana Dunning..................................Syracuse - 12/7/11 7 Donna Abbott............................St. Bonaventure - 2/4/91 Donna Abbott............................Saint Joseph’s - 2/16/91 7 Christy Cooper..........................Massachusetts - 1/30/93 7 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 Olayinka Sanni................................American - 11/25/06 7 7 Olayinka Sanni..................................Houston - 11/30/06 7 Olayinka Sanni................................. Seton Hall - 1/16/07 7 Korinne Campbell..............................Towson - 11/13/09 Asya Bussie.........................................Rutgers - 2/15/12 7 7 Lanay Montgomery.............................. Kansas - 1/16/16 ASSISTS 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

Bria Holmes....................................... Oklahoma - 3/7/15 Bria Holmes...............................Saint Francis - 12/29/14

Carol Mousseau set the record for most steals (eight) in a game by a junior in 1976. It has since been matched, but never broken.

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Rosemary Kosiorek................................ Temple - 3/6/91 Christie Ammons............... Youngstown State - 12/16/95 Yolanda Paige.................................... Marshall - 1/21/04 Yolanda Paige...................................Providence - 2/4/04 Yolanda Paige........................................Miami - 2/28/04 Mandy Ronay................................. Notre Dame - 1/7/99 Mandy Ronay.................................... Marshall - 1/27/99 Mandy Ronay....................................Syracuse - 2/10/99 Yolanda Paige............................................ Pitt - 1/31/04 Ashley Powell.............................Presbyterian - 12/15/07

STEALS 8 Carol Mousseau........................ Davis & Elkins - 2/20/76 8 Christie Ammons......................Robert Morris - 12/10/95 8 Talisha Hargis.................................Providence - 12/4/96 8 Yolanda Paige.....................................St. John’s - 3/6/04 7 Carol Mousseau......................................Salem - 2/9/76 7 Jenny Hillen................... Alabama-Birmingham - 12/4/87 7 Jenny Hillen............................................. Pitt - 12/30/87 7 Rosemary Kosiorek................. George Mason - 12/17/90 7 Rosemary Kosiorek..........................Duquesne - 1/14/91 7 Jocelyn Branham.......................St. Bonaventure - 2/4/91 7 Talisha Hargis......................................Syracuse - 2/2/97 7 Maria Tchobanova........................ Connecticut - 1/10/98 7 Olayinka Sanni.................................Marquette - 12/6/06

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 45 Yolanda Paige................Missouri-Kansas City - 12/30/03 45 Chakhia Cole.....................................Louisville - 2/26/07 45 Bria Holmes..............................................Texas - 3/1/15 44 Jenny Hillen..................................Florida State - 12/5/87 43 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 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 30-POINT GAMES 38 Christie Lambert.............................Providence - 1/21/98 38 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 36 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 36 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 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 32 Bria Holmes....................................Evansville - 11/26/14 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 30 Taylor Palmer..................................... Oklahoma -1/2/13 30 Bria Holmes................................................TCU - 2/4/15

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Senior Game Leaders 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 32 Madina Ali.........................................Syracuse - 1/15/11 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 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) .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 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 8 Kate Bulger...........................................Miami - 2/28/04 8 Takisha Granberry................New Jersey Tech - 11/28/08 7 Rebecca Burbridge.................................UCLA - 2/22/98 7 Mandy Ronay......................................Rutgers - 1/22/00 6 Judy Eaton................................. Arizona State - 12/3/88 6 Rebecca Burbridge..................................Miami - 2/3/99 6 Kate Bulger................................Robert Morris - 12/6/03 6 Kate Bulger.................................................. Pitt -1/3/04 6 Sherell Sowho.................................Connecticut - 3/2/04 6 LaQuita Owens.................................. Seton Hall - 2/3/08 Meg Bulger......................................Oakland - 12/17/07 6 6 Meg Bulger.........................................Louisville - 3/1/08 6 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

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Sherell Sowho.................................Connecticut - 3/2/04 Kate Bulger.....................................Ohio State - 3/20/04 Takisha Granberry......................... Georgetown - 2/18/09 Christie Lambert....................................Miami - 2/26/99 Mandy Ronay......................................Rutgers - 1/22/00 Mandy Ronay............................... Georgetown - 1/26/00 LaQuita Owens................................. Seton Hall - 2/3/08 LaQuita Owens....................................Syracuse - 3/3/08 LaQuita Owens..................................Louisville - 3/10/08 Takisha Granberry.............................Providence - 3/6/09

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 att.) 1.000 (5/5) Christal Caldwell................Oklahoma - 1/18/14 Takisha Granberry..... New Jersey Tech - 11/28/08 .889 (8/9) .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 .800 (4/5) Liz Repella.........................High Point - 12/4/10 .800 (4/5) Liz Repella...............................Baylor - 3/22/11 .750 (6/8) Judy Eaton................... Arizona State - 12/3/88 .714 (5/7) Sherell Sowho.....................Kentucky - 3/28/05

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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 13 Asya Bussie.............................................. LSU - 3/25/14 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 11 Madina Ali.........................................Syracuse - 1/15/11 11 Liz Repella..........................................Houston - 3/20/11 11 Asya Bussie....................................Texas Tech - 1/22/14 11 Asya Bussie................................................TCU - 2/2/14






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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 15 Madina Ali.........................................Syracuse - 1/15/11 15 Asya Bussie................................................TCU - 2/2/14 15 Asya Bussie.............................................. LSU - 3/25/14 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 14 Ayana Dunning....................................... LSU - 11/23/12

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TURNOVERS 11 Sarah Miles.................................. Georgetown - 1/25/11 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 8 Talisha Hargis.................................... Virginia - 11/23/97 8 Maria Tchobanova........................... Seton Hall - 1/10/99 8 Mandy Ronay.................................Providence - 12/8/99 8 Darya Kudryavtseva.............................Rutgers - 1/17/01 8 Ashley Powell..................................Duquesne - 12/7/08 8 Ashley Powell..........................St. Bonaventure - 3/21/09

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 .917 (11/12) Liz Repella............................Houston - 3/20/11 .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 .900 (9/10) Liz Repella..................................... Pitt - 2/5/11 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 19 Olivia Bradley.................................. Marshall - 11/22/84 19 Olivia Bradley................................. Tennessee - 1/12/85 19 Georgeann Wells........................................ Pitt -12/3/85 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 Arielle Roberson..............................Iowa State - 2/10/16 9 Olayinka Sanni....................................Canisius - 11/9/07 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

Olivia Bradley.................................... Marshall - 12/3/84 Georgeann Wells..........................Penn State - 12/30/85 Georgeann Wells.............................. Tennessee - 1/4/86 Georgeann Wells......................Massachusetts - 1/11/86 Georgeann Wells.............................Duquesne - 1/18/86 Georgeann Wells............................Penn State - 1/23/86 Georgeann Wells................................... Temple - 2/1/86 Georgeann Wells.........................Saint Joseph’s - 2/3/86 Georgeann Wells.............................Duquesne - 2/13/86 Georgeann Wells................................... Temple - 3/6/86 Lori Wilson................................St. Bonaventure - 1/2/92 Lori Wilson..............................St. Bonaventure - 1/11/92 Lori Wilson....................................... Arkansas - 1/26/92 Korinne Campbell...............................Cincinnati - 1/8/11 Liz Repella..........................................Cincinnati - 1/8/11

Olivia Bradley set the senior rebound record on four different occasions during the 1984-85 season.

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J.D. Drummonds........................... McMaster - 12/29/80 Darya Kudryavtseva...............Western Carolina - 12/2/00 Yolanda Paige....................................Kentucky - 3/28/05 Linda Stepney................... Saint Francis, Pa. - 12/29/14

STEALS 9 Sarah Miles................ Central Connecticut State - 1/2/11 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 7 J.D. Drummonds........................... McMaster - 12/29/80 7 Dionne Morris............................St. Bonaventure - 2/4/89 7 Rosemary Kosiorek............................ Marshall - 1/22/92 7 Talisha Hargis.............................Wright State - 11/16/97 7 Sarah Miles.............................................. USF - 1/22/11 6 31 occasions BLOCKED SHOTS 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

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...............Missouri-Kansas City - 12/30/03 45 Takisha Granberry...................................DePaul - 3/7/09 45 Averee Fields............................................Texas - 3/1/15 45 Bria Holmes............................................USC - 11/23/15 44 Cathy Parson.......................................Rutgers - 2/28/83 44 Janet Hoffman..................................... Temple - 1/26/85 44 Rosemary Kosiorek.............................. Indiana - 12/7/91 44 Averee Fields.....................................Villanova - 3/29/15 TRIPLE DOUBLES 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks Georgeann Wells.............................Rhode Island - 11/25/85 30-POINT GAMES 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 32 Madina Ali.........................................Syracuse - 1/15/11 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 30 Bria Holmes..............................................TCU - 2/24/16

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Single Season Leaders 500-POINT SEASONS 730 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 716 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 693 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 683 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 663 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 592 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 589 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 587 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 543 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 533 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 530 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 524 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 522 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 519 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 516 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 511 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 507 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 503 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 502 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 500 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 TOTAL POINTS 730 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 716 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 693 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 683 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 663 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 592 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 589 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 587 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 543 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 533 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 530 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 524 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 522 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 519 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 516 Bria Holmes............................................................2014

492 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 476 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 476 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 att.) .589 (116/197) Lanay Montgomery...................................2016 .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 .534 (159/298) Madina Ali................................................2011 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS 94 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 92 Kate Bulger............................................................2004 91 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 88 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 83 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 83 Meg Bulger............................................................2008 81 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2008 77 Kate Bulger............................................................2003 76 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 74 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2012 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 267 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 247 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 241 Taylor Palmer ........................................................2012 234 Kate Bulger............................................................2004 222 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 220 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 209 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 208 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2008 204 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 197 Meg Bulger............................................................2005

SCORING AVERAGE 24.3 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 21.0 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 20.7 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 20.2 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 19.8 Meg Bulger............................................................2006 19.5 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 19.3 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 19.1 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 18.8 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 18.3 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .470 (77/164) Kate Bulger...........................................2003 .463 (31/67) Rosemary Kosiorek................................1990 .453 (57/88) Teana Muldrow......................................2016 .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 .420 (21/50) Jessica Morton......................................2015

FIELD GOALS MADE 300 J.D. Drummonds................................................... 1981 292 Cathy Parson......................................................... 1981 267 Bria Holmes........................................................... 2015 257 Rosemary Kosiorek................................................ 1992 254 Cathy Parson......................................................... 1982 247 Meg Bulger........................................................... 2005 227 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 223 Alexis Basil............................................................ 1987 223 Rosemary Kosiorek................................................ 1991 215 Bria Holmes............................................................2016

FREE THROWS MADE 190 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 179 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 160 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 154 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 147 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 139 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1998 133 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 129 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 128 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 126 Asya Bussie............................................................2012

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 669 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 657 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 555 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 549 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 543 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 537 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 513 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 495 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 259 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 230 Rosemary Kosiorek................................................ 1992 221 Talisha Hargis........................................................ 1996 214 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 212 Donna Abbott........................................................ 1990 208 Talisha Hargis........................................................ 1997 205 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 200 Donna Abbott........................................................ 1991

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190 Olivia Bradley........................................................ 1985 185 Maria Tchobanova................................................. 1997 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .880 (66/75) Janell Dunlap....................................... 2004 .857 (72/84) Jenny Hillen.......................................... 1987 .856 (83/97) Rebecca Burbridge............................... 1999 .849 (62/73) Lori Wilson........................................... 1992 .847 (94/111) Rebecca Burbridge............................... 1997 .845 (49/58) Brooke Hampton....................................2012 .843 (43/51) Meg Bulger.......................................... 2004 .842 (48/57) Rebecca Burbridge............................... 1998 .838 (67/80) Jenny Hillen.......................................... 1986 .835 (81/97) Meg Bulger.......................................... 2005 TOTAL REBOUNDS 458 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 386 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 358 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 348 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 324 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 296 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 294 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 286 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2012 284 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 122 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 116 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 115 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 113 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 111 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 107 Arielle Roberson.....................................................2016 105 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 104 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 101 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 98 Lisa Morton............................................................1978 98 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 98 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 REBOUNDING AVERAGE 15.3 Olivia Bradley....................................................... 1985 13.3 Olivia Bradley....................................................... 1984 12.8 Olivia Bradley....................................................... 1983 12.5 Mary Hennen........................................................ 1976 12.4 Georgeann Wells.................................................. 1986 11.0 Mary Hennen........................................................ 1978 10.8 Georgeann Wells.................................................. 1985 10.5 Lisa Szymczak...................................................... 1994 10.4 Mary Hennen........................................................ 1977 10.2 Donna Abbott....................................................... 1991 ASSISTS 297 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 253 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 203 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 200 Sarah Miles............................................................2010 199 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2003 190 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 181 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 176 Ashley Powell.........................................................2009 176 Lisa Ribble.............................................................1985 175 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 ASSIST AVERAGE 8.7 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 7.9 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 7.1 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2003 6.8 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 6.2 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 6.1 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 5.9 Sarah Miles............................................................2010






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Lisa Ribble.............................................................1985 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 Ashley Powell.........................................................2009 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1990 Dionne Morris.........................................................1987

STEALS 114 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 105 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 103 Jenny Hillen............................................................1988 98 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 95 Sarah Miles............................................................2010 94 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 94 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 93 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 89 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1978 85 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 STEALS PER GAME 5.6 Cindy (Sam) Booth................................................ 1975 4.2 Carol Mousseau................................................... 1975 3.9 Talisha Hargis....................................................... 1996 3.7 Jenny Hillen.......................................................... 1988 3.6 Jenny Hillen.......................................................... 1989 3.4 Jean Mewshaw.................................................... 1978 3.4 Alexis Basil........................................................... 1987 3.4 Talisha Hargis....................................................... 1995 3.3 Jean Mewshaw.................................................... 1976 3.2 Donna Abbott....................................................... 1992 BLOCKED SHOTS 140 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 124 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 124 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 117 Georgeann Wells....................................................1984 97 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 73 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 72 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 71 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 55 Georgeann Wells....................................................1983 54 Lori Wilson.............................................................1992 54 Asya Bussie............................................................2011 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 121 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 119 Jenny Hillen........................................................... 1989 112 Dionne Morris........................................................ 1987 PERSONAL FOULS 118 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 116 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 112 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 112 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 109 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 109 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 109 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 107 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1988 105 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2006 104 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 104 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1987 104 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1996

DISQUALIFICATIONS 11 Tracey Slogik........................................................ 1988 11 Chakhia Cole........................................................ 2005 10 Tracey Slogik........................................................ 1987 9 Maria Tchobanova................................................ 1996 Maria Tchobanova................................................ 1997 9 9 Maria Tchobanova................................................ 1998 Lori Wilson........................................................... 1989 8 7 Laurie Evans......................................................... 1979 Tracey Slogik........................................................ 1990 7 7 Brandi Batch........................................................ 1999 7 Meg Bulger.......................................................... 2005 MINUTES PLAYED 1,389 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 1,353 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 1,325 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 1,312 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 1,235 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 1,227 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 1,226 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 1,186 Sherell Sowho........................................................2005 1,182 Sarah Miles............................................................2010 1,173 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 1,173 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 MINUTES PER GAME 39.0 Yolanda Paige....................................................... 2005 38.3 Yolanda Paige....................................................... 2004 37.4 Yolanda Paige....................................................... 2002 37.3 Darya Kudryavtseva.............................................. 2001 37.3 Kate Bulger.......................................................... 2002 37.1 Sherell Sowho...................................................... 2005 36.6 Bria Holmes.......................................................... 2015 36.5 Alexis Basil........................................................... 1987 36.4 Georgeann Wells.................................................. 1986 36.3 Meg Bulger.......................................................... 2005 GAMES PLAYED 38 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 38 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 38 Crystal Leary..........................................................2015 38 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 38 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2015 38 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 35 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 35 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 35 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 35 Vanessa House.......................................................2010 35 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 35 Natalie Burton.........................................................2010 35 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 35 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2014 35 Averee Fields..........................................................2014 35 Jess Harlee............................................................2014 35 Crystal Leary..........................................................2014 35 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2014 35 Linda Stepney........................................................2014 35 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 35 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 35 Tynice Martin..........................................................2016 35 Katrina Pardee........................................................2016 GAMES STARTED 38 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 38 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 38 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 35 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 35 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 35 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 35 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2014

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Bria Holmes............................................................2016 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 Katrina Pardee........................................................2016 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 Sarah Miles............................................................2010 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 Asya Bussie............................................................2011 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 Arielle Roberson.....................................................2016

DOUBLE DOUBLES 22 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 21 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 20 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 18 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 17 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 15 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 15 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 14 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 14 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 12 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 12 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1978 12 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 20-POINT GAMES 24 Rosemary Kosiorek............................................... 1992 18 Cathy Parson........................................................ 1981 16 Meg Bulger.......................................................... 2005 15 J.D. Drummonds.................................................. 1981 15 Rosemary Kosiorek............................................... 1991 15 Bria Holmes...........................................................2015 14 Lisa Szymczak...................................................... 1994 14 Talisha Hargis....................................................... 1997 11 Cathy Parson........................................................ 1982 11 Cathy Parson........................................................ 1983 11 Georgeann Wells.................................................. 1986 30-POINT GAMES 5 Meg Bulger.......................................................... 2005 J.D. Drummonds.................................................. 1981 4 4 Rosemary Kosiorek............................................... 1992 3 Cathy Parson........................................................ 1982 3 Talisha Hargis....................................................... 1997 3 Bria Holmes.......................................................... 2015 2 Donna Abbott....................................................... 1989 2 Rosemary Kosiorek............................................... 1991 2 Lisa Szymczak...................................................... 1994 2 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009

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Freshman Season Leaders POINTS 474 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 391 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 382 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 381 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 362 Cathy Parson..........................................................1980 362 Tynice Martin..........................................................2016 354 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 352 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 333 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 327 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 222 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 157 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2015 137 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 136 Katrina Pardee........................................................2016 126 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 125 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 110 Tynice Martin..........................................................2016 103 Bria Holmes............................................................2013 89 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1996 77 Meg Bulger............................................................2004

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 125 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 104 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 91 Natalie Burton.........................................................2009 90 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 75 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 72 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2005 67 Lori Wilson.............................................................1989 55 Zsofia Horvath........................................................2001 51 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1996 50 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2015

SCORING AVERAGE 16.9 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 14.5 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 14.2 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 13.6 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 13.6 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 12.9 Cathy Parson..........................................................1980 12.7 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 11.9 Georgeann Wells....................................................1983 11.5 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 11.4 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002

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 .383 (23/60) Alexis Brewer...........................................2016 .379 (22/58) Taylor Palmer............................................2011 .374 (83/222) Christie Lambert.......................................1995 .352 (44/125) Rosemary Kosiorek...................................1989 .315 (23/73) Val Zona...................................................1999 .299 (47/157) Teana Muldrow.........................................2015 .287 (39/136) Katrina Pardee .........................................2016

FIELD GOALS MADE 164 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 150 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 149 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 148 Cathy Parson..........................................................1980 140 Tynice Martin..........................................................2016 139 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 130 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 124 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 123 Kim Houser............................................................1984 122 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989

FREE THROWS MADE 122 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 103 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 92 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 81 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002 79 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 76 Pat Hovorka............................................................1979 72 Amanda Hayes.......................................................1993 67 Jenny Hillen............................................................1986 66 Cathy Parson..........................................................1980 64 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 12.8 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 9.4 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 8.3 Georgeann Wells....................................................1983 7.6 Leslie Sergy............................................................1974 7.6 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 7.3 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 7.2 Betsy Shaw............................................................1980 7.0 Jenni Kurucz..........................................................1986 6.7 Lisa Morton............................................................1977 6.3 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 6.3 Zsofia Horvath........................................................2001

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 403 Cathy Parson..........................................................1980 393 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 352 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 347 Tynice Martin..........................................................2016 343 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 321 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 316 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 302 Judy Eaton.............................................................1986 296 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 278 Kim Houser............................................................1984 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 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 57 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 47 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2015 44 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 40 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1996 39 Katrina Pardee........................................................2016 31 Meg Bulger............................................................2004 30 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 28 Tynice Martin..........................................................2016 23 Val Zona.................................................................1999 23 Alexis Brewer.........................................................2016

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FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 217 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 163 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 137 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 133 Pat Hovorka............................................................1979 117 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002 110 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 103 Amanda Hayes.......................................................1993 103 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 91 Cathy Parson..........................................................1980 88 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989

ASSISTS 190 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 153 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002 124 Ashley Powell.........................................................2006 114 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 111 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 110 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 95 Kim Houser............................................................1984 94 Christie Ammons....................................................1994 89 Linda Stepney........................................................2012 83 Lisa Ribble.............................................................1982 ASSIST AVERAGE 6.1 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 5.5 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002 4.0 Ashley Powell.........................................................2006 3.9 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 3.9 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 3.8 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 3.5 Christie Ammons....................................................1994 3.3 Kim Houser............................................................1984 3.0 Alia Clark................................................................2000 2.8 Jenny Hillen............................................................1986

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .843 (43/51) Meg Bulger..............................................2004 .838 (67/80) Jenny Hillen..............................................1986 .818 (63/77) Christie Lambert.......................................1995 .806 (54/67) Tynice Martin............................................2016 .750 (63/84) Brandi Batch.............................................1999 .750 (51/68) Lisa Ribble...............................................1982 .746 (50/67) Tracey Slogik............................................1987 .742 (49/66) Linda Stepney...........................................2012 .727 (64/88) Rosemary Kosiorek...................................1989 .725 (66/91) Cathy Parson............................................1980

STEALS 94 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 74 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1996 66 Ashley Powell.........................................................2006 63 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 62 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 58 Jenny Hillen............................................................1986 55 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 55 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 54 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 48 Asya Bussie............................................................2010

REBOUNDS 282 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 248 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 244 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 210 Betsy Shaw............................................................1980 194 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 182 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 177 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 176 Lori Wilson.............................................................1989 174 Lisa Morton............................................................1977 174 Georgeann Wells....................................................1983

STEALS PER GAME 3.4 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 3.3 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 2.7 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1996 2.1 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 2.1 Ashley Powell.........................................................2006 2.0 Jenny Hillen............................................................1986 1.9 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 1.9 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 1.8 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 1.7 Cathy Parson..........................................................1980






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BLOCKED SHOTS 72 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 55 Georgeann Wells....................................................1983 42 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 31 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1987 28 Lori Wilson.............................................................1989 26 Brandi Batch..........................................................1999 24 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 23 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 20 Marianne Sullivan...................................................1987 20 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2005 TURNOVERS 139 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 110 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 109 Kim Houser............................................................1984 109 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002 107 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 105 Ashley Powell.........................................................2006 104 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 101 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 96 Jenny Hillen............................................................1986 96 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1996 PERSONAL FOULS 116 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 104 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1987 104 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1996 101 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 93 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 92 Lori Wilson.............................................................1989 89 Marianne Sullivan...................................................1987 89 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 88 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 87 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2005 DISQUALIFICATIONS 11 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 10 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1987 9 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1996 8 Lori Wilson.............................................................1989 7 Laurie Evans...........................................................1979 7 Brandi Batch..........................................................1999 6 Marianne Sullivan...................................................1987 6 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 5 Betsy Shaw............................................................1980 5 Meg Bulger............................................................2004 MINUTES PLAYED 1,099 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 1,046 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002 1,033 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 986 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 949 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 948 Natalie Burton.........................................................2009 933 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 920 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 896 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 889 Judy Eaton.............................................................1986 MINUTES PER GAME 37.4 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002 34.6 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 32.9 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 32.7 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 32.3 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 31.8 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 31.0 Jenni Kurucz..........................................................1986 30.9 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 30.7 Judy Eaton.............................................................1986 29.5 Asya Bussie............................................................2010

GAMES PLAYED 38 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2015 35 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 34 Akeema Richards...................................................2010 34 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 33 Cindy Triplett...........................................................1981 33 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2005 33 Natalie Burton.........................................................2009 33 Brooke Hampton.....................................................2011 33 Linda Stepney........................................................2012 32 Liz Repella..............................................................2008 32 Dominique Dixon....................................................2009 32 Jessica Harlee........................................................2011 GAMES STARTED 35 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 35 Tynice Martin..........................................................2016 35 Katrina Pardee........................................................2016 34 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 34 Alexis Brewer.........................................................2016 31 Natalie Burton.........................................................2009 30 Ashley Powell.........................................................2006 29 Judy Eaton.............................................................1986 28 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 28 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 28 Linda Stepney........................................................2012 DOUBLE DOUBLES 12 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 9 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 9 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 6 Georgeann Wells....................................................1983 4 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 4 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1996 3 Lisa Morton............................................................1977 3 Betsy Shaw............................................................1980 3 Cindy Triplett...........................................................1981 Lori Wilson.............................................................1989 3 3 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2002 2 Asya Bussie............................................................2010 2 Cindy Winegar........................................................1977 2 Dionne Morris.........................................................1986 Amanda Hayes.......................................................1993 2 2 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 2 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 2 Meg Bulger............................................................2004 2 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2005 1 Kaye Leighton.........................................................1981 1 Kim Brown.............................................................1985 1 Judy Eaton.............................................................1986 1 Jodie Runner..........................................................1990 1 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1993 1 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1996 1 Brandi Batch..........................................................1999 1 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2005 1 Natalie Burton.........................................................2009 20-POINT GAMES 7 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 6 Kate Bulger............................................................2001 5 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 5 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 4 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 2 Cathy Parson..........................................................1980 2 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1982 2 Alexis Basil.............................................................1984 2 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1989 2 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1996 2 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1996 2 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2015 2 Tynice Martin..........................................................2016

Donna Abbott recorded a .556 field goal percentage as a freshman in 1989, a record that still stands.

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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 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2011

30-POINT GAMES 2 Donna Abbott.........................................................1989 1 Mary Hennen..........................................................1976 1 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1995 Christie Lambert.....................................................1995 1

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Sophomore Season Leaders POINTS 683 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 663 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 543 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 522 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 516 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 502 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 471 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 440 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 432 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 410 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1997

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 241 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2012 204 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 197 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 196 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 189 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 161 Sparkle Davis.........................................................2007 154 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2006 138 Val Zona.................................................................2000 128 Alia Clark................................................................2001 127 Christie Lambert.....................................................1997

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 116 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 111 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 98 Lisa Morton............................................................1978 93 Sue Duessel...........................................................1978 89 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 86 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2012 83 Brandi Batch..........................................................2000 81 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 78 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 76 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2006

SCORING AVERAGE 20.7 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 19.5 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 19.3 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 17.4 Christie Lambert.....................................................1996 17.3 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 16.5 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 16.3 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 15.4 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 15.2 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 15.2 Bria Holmes............................................................2014

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .463 (31/67) Rosemary Kosiorek...................................1990 .453 (39/86) Teana Muldrow.........................................2016 .447 (88/197) Meg Bulger..............................................2005 .402 (76/189) Kate Bulger..............................................2002 .394 (50/127) Christie Lambert.......................................1997 .364 (20/55) Lisa Szymczak..........................................1994 .343 (70/207) Bria Holmes..............................................2014 .337 (66/196) Liz Repella................................................2009 .329 (51/161) Sparkle Davis...........................................2007 .321 (34/106) Brooke Hampton.......................................2012

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 12.8 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 10.5 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 9.6 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 8.6 Lisa Morton............................................................1978 8.5 Georgeann Wells....................................................1984 8.4 Leslie Sergy............................................................1975 8.1 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 8.0 Pat Hovorka............................................................1980 7.7 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 7.4 Amanda Hayes.......................................................1994

FIELD GOALS MADE 292 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 247 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 195 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 190 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 184 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 182 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1997 174 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 168 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 164 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 162 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2006

FREE THROWS MADE 154 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 147 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 128 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 114 Asya Bussie............................................................2011 112 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 99 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 97 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 97 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 94 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1997 92 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983

ASSISTS 199 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2003 144 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1990 143 Dionne Morris.........................................................1987 141 Brooke Hampton.....................................................2012 124 Alexis Basil.............................................................1985 121 Christie Ammons....................................................1995 119 Ashley Powell.........................................................2007 116 Cindy Winegar........................................................1978 115 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 114 Jenny Hillen............................................................1987

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 657 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 537 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 492 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 406 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 398 Alexis Basil.............................................................1985 394 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 386 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 385 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2012 381 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 371 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 221 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 212 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 185 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 180 Asya Bussie............................................................2011 151 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 151 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 142 Pat Hovorka............................................................1980 142 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 139 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 136 Sarah Miles............................................................2009

ASSIST AVERAGE 7.1 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2003 5.5 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1990 5.5 Dionne Morris.........................................................1987 4.3 Christie Ammons....................................................1995 4.3 Cindy Winegar........................................................1978 4.3 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 4.3 Brooke Hampton.....................................................2012 4.1 Alexis Basil.............................................................1985 4.1 Jenny Hillen............................................................1987 3.9 Mandy Ronay.........................................................1998

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 .500 (82/164) Asya Bussie..............................................2011 .496 (127/256) Teana Muldrow.........................................2016 .493 (34/69) Suzanne Sartor.........................................1995

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .857 (72/84) Jenny Hillen..............................................1987 .847 (94/111) Rebecca Burbridge...................................1997 .845 (49/58) Brooke Hampton.......................................2012 .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

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 88 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 76 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 74 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2012 70 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 66 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 53 Sparkle Davis.........................................................2007 50 Christie Lambert.....................................................1997 47 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2006 42 Val Zona.................................................................2000 39 Alia Clark................................................................2001 39 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2016

REBOUNDS 358 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 294 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 284 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 279 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 268 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 231 Pat Hovorka............................................................1980 229 Georgeann Wells....................................................1984 224 Lisa Morton............................................................1978 223 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 221 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2006

STEALS 105 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 80 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 78 Cindy (Sam) Booth..................................................1975 78 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 76 Alexis Basil.............................................................1985 75 Jenny Hillen............................................................1987 70 Cindy Winegar........................................................1978 70 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 66 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1990 65 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 65 Jess Harlee............................................................2012

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BLOCKED SHOTS 124 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 117 Georgeann Wells....................................................1984 54 Asya Bussie............................................................2011 42 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 32 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2016 30 Susan Muth............................................................1981 27 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 26 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1988 22 Bria Holmes ...........................................................2014 21 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 TURNOVERS 166 Cindy Winegar........................................................1978 121 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 112 Dionne Morris.........................................................1987 109 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 109 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 106 Sherell Sowho........................................................2002 104 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1990 102 Alia Clark................................................................2001 101 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1997 100 Alexis Basil.............................................................1985 100 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 PERSONAL FOULS 118 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 112 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 107 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1988 105 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2006 104 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 102 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 94 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2006 93 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2016 91 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 90 Pat Hovorka............................................................1980 DISQUALIFICATIONS 11 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1988 9 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 7 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 6 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 5 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 5 Georgeann Wells....................................................1984 5 Marianne Sullivan...................................................1988 5 Brandi Batch..........................................................2000 5 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2006 5 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 MINUTES PLAYED 1,235 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 1,173 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 1,139 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 1,062 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2006 1,043 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 959 Jenny Hillen............................................................1987 959 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1997 958 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2003 935 Sherell Sowho........................................................2002 934 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 MINUTES PER GAME 37.3 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 36.3 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 35.5 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 34.6 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1990 34.5 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 34.3 Jenny Hillen............................................................1987 34.3 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2006 34.2 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2003

33.4 Sherell Sowho........................................................2002 33.4 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 33.1 Dionne Morris.........................................................1987

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GAMES PLAYED 38 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 35 Natalie Burton.........................................................2010 35 Bre McDonald........................................................2015 34 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 34 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 34 Asya Bussie............................................................2011 34 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2011 34 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2012 34 Jess Harlee............................................................2012 34 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2012

20-POINT GAMES 18 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 16 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 14 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 9 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 9 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 9 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 8 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 8 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 6 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 6 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 5 Amanda Hayes.......................................................1994 5 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1997 5 Sherell Sowho........................................................2002 4 Christie Lambert.....................................................1997 4 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2012 4 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2016 3 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 3 Alexis Basil.............................................................1985 3 Jenny Hillen............................................................1987 3 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1990 3 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1997 3 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2006 3 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2012 2 Lisa Morton............................................................1978 2 Pat Hovorka............................................................1980 2 Georgeann Wells....................................................1984 2 Judy Eaton.............................................................1987 2 Christie Lambert.....................................................1996 2 Brandi Batch..........................................................2000 2 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2006 2 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2006 1 Becky Franklin........................................................1977 1 Susan Muth............................................................1981 1 Janet Hoffman........................................................1983 1 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1988 1 Lori Wilson.............................................................1990 1 Lori Quertinmont.....................................................1991 1 Christie Ammons....................................................1995 1 Christin Annie.........................................................1998 1 Val Zona.................................................................2000 1 Alia Clark................................................................2001 1 Latitia Williams.......................................................2004 1 Sparkle Davis.........................................................2007 1 Jess Harlee............................................................2012

GAMES STARTED 37 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 34 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 34 Asya Bussie............................................................2011 33 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 33 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 32 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 32 Jess Harlee............................................................2012 31 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2006 30 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2006 29 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 DOUBLE DOUBLES 18 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1983 15 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 14 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 12 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 8 Lisa Morton............................................................1978 6 Pat Hovorka............................................................1980 6 Georgeann Wells....................................................1984 6 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1997 5 Brandi Batch..........................................................2000 4 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1976 4 Susan Muth............................................................1981 4 Dionne Morris.........................................................1987 4 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2006 3 Leslie Sergy............................................................1975 3 Sue Duessel...........................................................1978 3 Marianne Sullivan...................................................1988 3 Amanda Hayes.......................................................1994 3 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 3 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2015 2 Cindy (Sam) Booth..................................................1975 2 Laurie Evans...........................................................1980 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 2 2 Alexis Basil.............................................................1985 2 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 2 Christie Lambert.....................................................1997 2 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2003 2 Liz Holbrook...........................................................2003 2 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2006 2 Sarah Miles............................................................2009 2 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2012 1 Kaye Leighton.........................................................1982 1 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1988 1 Lori Wilson.............................................................1990 1 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1990 1 Ann Murray............................................................1991 1 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1997 1 Ilse Opstaele...........................................................1997 1 Alia Clark................................................................2001 1 Latitia Williams.......................................................2004

Asya Bussie............................................................2011 Jess Harlee............................................................2012 Teana Muldrow.......................................................2016

30-POINT GAMES 5 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 2 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 1 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 1 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990 1 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1996 1 Kate Bulger............................................................2002 1 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 1 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2012 1 Bria Holmes............................................................2014 500-POINT SEASONS 683 Cathy Parson..........................................................1981 663 Meg Bulger............................................................2005 543 Liz Repella..............................................................2009 522 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1994 516 Bria Holmes ...........................................................2014 502 Donna Abbott.........................................................1990

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Junior Season Leaders POINTS 716 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 592 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 587 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 519 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 487 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 467 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 459 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 449 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 445 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 443 Kate Bulger............................................................2003

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 267 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 220 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 209 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 170 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2013 167 Christie Lambert.....................................................1998 164 Kate Bulger............................................................2003 146 Meg Bulger............................................................2006 135 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 131 Judy Eaton.............................................................1988 122 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2013

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 113 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 101 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 98 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 93 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 85 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 84 Mary Hennen..........................................................1978 83 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2012 79 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 79 Christy Cooper........................................................1993 76 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1978

SCORING AVERAGE 20.2 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 19.8 Meg Bulger............................................................2006 19.1 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 18.8 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 17.9 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 16.1 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 15.8 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 15.8 Kate Bulger............................................................2003 14.8 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 14.7 Mary Hennen..........................................................1978

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 .420 (21/50) Jessica Morton.........................................2015 .412 (54/131) Judy Eaton...............................................1988 .395 (30/76) Shannon Monahan....................................1993 .386 (22/57) Christie Ammons......................................1996 .361 (44/122) Christal Caldwell.......................................2013 .353 (60/170) Taylor Palmer............................................2013 .342 (40/117) Rebecca Burbridge...................................1998

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 13.3 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 11.0 Mary Hennen..........................................................1978 10.8 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 10.4 Mary Hennen..........................................................1977 10.2 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 8.8 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1978 8.6 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 8.4 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2012 8.1 Christy Cooper........................................................1993 8.1 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016

FIELD GOALS MADE 267 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 253 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 223 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 201 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 182 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 178 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 178 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 170 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 167 Judy Eaton.............................................................1988 165 Kate Bulger............................................................2003

FREE THROWS MADE 160 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 133 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 129 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 126 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 125 Jenny Hillen............................................................1988 111 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 97 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 93 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 88 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2007 88 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 669 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 543 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 538 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 476 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 455 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 426 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2013 419 Judy Eaton.............................................................1988 416 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 391 Kate Bulger............................................................2003 384 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 269 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 208 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 205 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 200 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 165 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 158 Jenny Hillen............................................................1988 153 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 143 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 138 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 122 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982

ASSISTS 253 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 200 Sarah Miles............................................................2010 181 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 162 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 142 Ashley Powell.........................................................2008 133 Mandy Ronay.........................................................1999 126 Lisa Ribble.............................................................1984 112 Cindy Winegar........................................................1979 111 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 109 Christie Ammons....................................................1996 109 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2007

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .589 (116/197) Lanay Montgomery...................................2016 .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 .532 (143/269) Asya Bussie..............................................2012 .505 (56/111) Lateefah Joye...........................................2007 .502 (112/223) Mary Hennen............................................1978 .498 (105/211) Ayana Dunning ........................................2012

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 .776 (66/85) Ayana Dunning.........................................2012

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 91 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 77 Kate Bulger............................................................2003 70 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 60 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2013 63 Meg Bulger............................................................2006 54 Judy Eaton.............................................................1988 53 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 51 Christie Lambert.....................................................1998 40 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1998 44 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 44 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2013

REBOUNDS 386 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 324 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 296 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 286 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2012 284 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 259 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 246 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 241 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 238 Mary Hennen..........................................................1977 228 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1978

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BLOCKED SHOTS 124 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 97 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 73 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 51 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 37 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 35 Lori Wilson.............................................................1991 35 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 30 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 29 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 29 Lisa Ciak................................................................1988

GAMES PLAYED 38 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 35 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 35 Averee Fields .........................................................2014 35 Crystal Leary..........................................................2014 35 Linda Stepney........................................................2014 35 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 35 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 35 Vanessa House.......................................................2010 35 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 35 Bre McDonald........................................................2015

TURNOVERS 157 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1978 145 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 121 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 111 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 111 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 108 Jenny Hillen............................................................1988 107 Sarah Miles............................................................2010 106 Christie Ammons....................................................1996 104 Brandi Batch..........................................................2001 102 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004

GAMES STARTED 38 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 35 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 35 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 34 Averee Fields..........................................................2014 34 Linda Stepney........................................................2014 34 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 34 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 34 Sarah Miles............................................................2010 34 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 32 Ashley Powell.........................................................2008 32 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 32 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2007 32 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 32 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007

PERSONAL FOULS 112 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 102 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 101 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1998 100 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2012 99 Brandi Batch..........................................................2001 95 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 93 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 93 Linda Stepney........................................................2014 92 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 91 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2007 DISQUALIFICATIONS 9 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1998 6 Brandi Batch..........................................................2001 6 Eartha White...........................................................2002 5 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 5 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 5 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2007 4 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 4 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 4 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 4 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 MINUTES PLAYED 1,389 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 1,227 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 1,226 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 1,182 Sarah Miles............................................................2010 1,107 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 1,104 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2007 1,040 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 1,032 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 992 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 980 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 MINUTES PER GAME 38.3 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 36.6 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 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

DOUBLE DOUBLES 21 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 17 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 15 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 12 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1978 10 Mary Hennen..........................................................1977 9 Mary Hennen..........................................................1978 8 Christy Cooper........................................................1993 7 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 6 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 6 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 6 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 5 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2012 4 Michelle Carter.......................................................2003 4 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 4 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 4 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 4 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 3 Lori Wilson.............................................................1991 3 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 3 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1998 2 Madina Ali..............................................................2010 Carol Mousseau.....................................................1976 2 2 Leslie Sergy............................................................1976 2 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 2 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1989 2 Brandi Batch..........................................................2001 2 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 1 Pam Harper............................................................1976 1 Becky Franklin........................................................1978 1 Carla Cyr................................................................1979 1 Laurie Evans...........................................................1981 1 Susan Muth............................................................1982 1 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 1 Kaye Leighton.........................................................1983 1 Marva Wells...........................................................1984 1 Lisa Ribble.............................................................1984 1 Janet Hoffman........................................................1984 1 Jenny Hillen............................................................1988 1 Ann Murray............................................................1992 1 Shannon Monahan.................................................1993 1 Chris McGuire........................................................1994

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Lisa Szymczak........................................................1995 Adrienne Beard......................................................1997 Mandy Ronay.........................................................1999 Eartha White...........................................................2002 Yelena Leuchanka...................................................2005 Bria Holmes............................................................2015

20-POINT GAMES 15 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 15 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 14 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 11 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 9 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2007 7 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 7 Kate Bulger............................................................2003 7 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2007 7 Liz Repella..............................................................2010 6 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 5 Judy Eaton.............................................................1988 4 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1980 4 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1984 4 Jenny Hillen............................................................1988 4 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2007 3 Mary Hennen..........................................................1977 3 Jean Mewshaw......................................................1978 3 Mary Hennen..........................................................1978 3 Christy Cooper........................................................1993 3 Christie Lambert.....................................................1998 3 Sherell Sowho........................................................2003 2 Dee Davis...............................................................1985 2 Dionne Morris.........................................................1988 2 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1998 2 Brandi Batch..........................................................2001 2 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 2 Britney Davis-White................................................2006 2 Korinne Campbell...................................................2010 2 Asya Bussie............................................................2012 2 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2012 1 Pam Harper............................................................1976 1 Linda Findo............................................................1978 1 Kathy Ball...............................................................1981 1 Dora Post...............................................................1984 1 Alexis Basil.............................................................1986 1 Shannon Monahan.................................................1993 1 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1995 1 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1998 1 Eartha White...........................................................2002 1 Michelle Carter.......................................................2003 1 Sparkle Davis.........................................................2008 Jessica Morton.......................................................2015 1 1 Lanay Montgomery.................................................2016 30-POINT GAMES 3 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 3 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997 3 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 2 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 1 Georgeann Wells....................................................1985 1 Donna Abbott.........................................................1991 1 Christie Lambert.....................................................1998 1 Kate Bulger............................................................2003 1 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2004 1 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2013 700-POINT SEASONS 716 Bria Holmes............................................................2015 500-POINT SEASONS 592 Cathy Parson..........................................................1982 587 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1991 519 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1997

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Senior Season Leaders POINTS 730 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 693 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 589 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 533 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 530 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 524 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 511 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 507 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 503 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 500 Liz Repella..............................................................2011

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 247 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 234 Kate Bulger............................................................2004 208 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2008 191 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 187 Meg Bulger............................................................2008 180 Judy Eaton.............................................................1989 171 Sherell Sowho........................................................2005 166 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2014 159 Mandy Ronay.........................................................2000 153 Christie Lambert.....................................................1999

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 115 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 107 Arielle Roberson.....................................................2016 105 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 98 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 96 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 91 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 89 Crystal Leary..........................................................2015 83 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 82 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 82 Anna Tillman..........................................................1993

SCORING AVERAGE 24.3 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 21.0 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 18.3 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 17.3 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 16.8 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 16.5 Cathy Parson..........................................................1983 16.2 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 16.1 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 15.8 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 14.7 Liz Repella .............................................................2011

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

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 15.3 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 12.4 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 10.1 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 8.8 Mary Hennen..........................................................1979 7.9 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999 7.8 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 7.5 Arielle Roberson.....................................................2016 7.1 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 7.1 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 6.9 Anna Tillman..........................................................1993 6.9 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009

FIELD GOALS MADE 300 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 257 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 227 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 223 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 215 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 211 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 208 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 205 Cathy Parson..........................................................1983 195 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 186 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009

FREE THROWS MADE 190 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 179 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 139 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1998 123 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999 120 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 117 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 114 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 110 Anna Tillman..........................................................1993 106 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 105 Averee Fields..........................................................2015

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 639 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 513 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 495 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 476 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 463 Cathy Parson..........................................................1983 461 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 453 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2014 451 Judy Eaton.............................................................1989 450 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 443 Bria Holmes............................................................2016

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 259 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 230 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 190 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 184 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1998 168 Anna Tillman..........................................................1993 168 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 164 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999 157 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 150 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 141 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992

ASSISTS 297 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 203 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 176 Lisa Ribble.............................................................1985 176 Ashley Powell.........................................................2009 175 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 160 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 136 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 132 Dionne Morris.........................................................1989 130 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 129 Cindy Winegar........................................................1980 129 Cathy Parson..........................................................1983

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 .534 (159/298) Madina Ali................................................2011 .527 (39/74) Crystal Leary............................................2015 .523 (81/155) Adrienne Beard.........................................1998 .516 (131/254) Donna Abbott...........................................1992 .514 (74/144) Janell Dunlap...........................................2004 .513 (118/230) Mary Hennen............................................1979

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 .815 (75/92) Christal Caldwell.......................................2014 .798 (67/84) Mandy Ronay...........................................2000 .797 (51/64) Tracey Slogik............................................1990 .780 (117/150) Jenny Hillen..............................................1989 .777 (80/103) Linda Stepney...........................................2015

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 94 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 92 Kate Bulger............................................................2004 83 Meg Bulger............................................................2008 81 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2008 68 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 67 Sherell Sowho........................................................2005 65 Judy Eaton.............................................................1989 57 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 56 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2014 55 Mandy Ronay.........................................................2000

REBOUNDS 458 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 348 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 272 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 263 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 260 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 256 Arielle Roberson.....................................................2016 241 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 234 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 229 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 214 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999

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ASSIST AVERAGE 8.7 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 6.8 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 5.9 Lisa Ribble.............................................................1985 5.5 Ashley Powell.........................................................2009 5.0 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 4.9 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 4.6 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 4.5 Mandy Ronay.........................................................2000 4.5 Cindy Winegar........................................................1980 4.5 Cathy Parson..........................................................1983 STEALS 114 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 103 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 98 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 94 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 84 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 71 Dionne Morris.........................................................1989 71 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1998 68 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 67 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 63 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 STEALS PER GAME 3.6 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 3.4 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 3.2 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 3.1 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 3.1 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 2.5 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1998 2.3 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 2.2 Dionne Morris.........................................................1989 2.2 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999 2.0 Liz Repella..............................................................2011






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BLOCKED SHOTS 140 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 71 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 54 Lori Wilson.............................................................1992 38 Ramika McGee.......................................................2005 37 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 37 Arielle Roberson.....................................................2016 36 Sherell Sowho........................................................2005 34 Yelena Leuchanka...................................................2006 34 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 31 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1990 31 Kate Bulger............................................................2004 TURNOVERS 147 Ashley Powell.........................................................2009 126 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 119 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 111 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 106 Mandy Ronay.........................................................2000 104 Cathy Parson..........................................................1983 103 Dionne Morris.........................................................1989 101 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 100 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 97 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 97 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 97 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 PERSONAL FOULS 109 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 109 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 109 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 103 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2008 102 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2013 98 Janell Dunlap.........................................................2004 97 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 95 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 95 Michelle Carter.......................................................2004 92 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999 92 Brandi Batch..........................................................2002 DISQUALIFICATIONS 7 Tracey Slogik..........................................................1990 6 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 6 Anna Tillman..........................................................1993 6 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2013 5 Becky (Winovich) Crytser.........................................1988 5 Lori Wilson.............................................................1992 5 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1998 5 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999 4 Carol Mousseau.....................................................1977 4 Leslie Sergy............................................................1977 4 Cindy Winegar........................................................1980 4 Kaye Leighton.........................................................1984 4 Adrienne Beard......................................................1998 4 Mandy Ronay.........................................................2000 MINUTES PLAYED 1,353 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 1,325 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 1,312 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 1,186 Sherell Sowho........................................................2005 1,173 Liz Repella .............................................................2011 1,149 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 1,113 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 1,075 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2008 1,066 Kate Bulger............................................................2004 1,061 Ashley Powell.........................................................2009

MINUTES PER GAME 39.0 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 37.3 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 37.1 Sherell Sowho........................................................2005 36.5 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 36.4 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 35.6 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 34.5 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 34.2 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 34.1 Mandy Ronay.........................................................2000 33.7 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 GAMES PLAYED 38 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 38 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 38 Crystal Leary..........................................................2015 35 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 35 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 35 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2014 35 Jess Harlee............................................................2014 35 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2014 34 Arielle Roberson.....................................................2016 34 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 34 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 34 Korinne Campbell...................................................2011 34 Vanessa House.......................................................2011 34 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 GAMES STARTED 38 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 38 Linda Stepney........................................................2015 35 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 35 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 35 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2014 35 Jess Harlee............................................................2014 35 Taylor Palmer.........................................................2014 34 Arielle Roberson.....................................................2016 34 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 34 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 34 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 33 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2008 33 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 33 Takisha Granberry ..................................................2009 DOUBLE DOUBLES 22 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 20 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 14 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 10 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 9 8 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 8 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 8 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 6 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 6 Anna Tillman..........................................................1993 6 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 5 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1996 5 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 4 Carol Mousseau.....................................................1977 4 Dionne Morris.........................................................1989 4 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 3 Mary Hennen..........................................................1979 3 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 3 Brandi Batch..........................................................2002 3 Yelena Leuchanka...................................................2006 Ayana Dunning.......................................................2013 3 2 Leslie Sergy............................................................1977 2 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2008 2 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 2 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 1 16 different players

20-POINT GAMES 24 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 15 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 11 Cathy Parson..........................................................1983 11 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 11 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 10 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 10 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 10 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 9 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 9 Kate Bulger............................................................2004 LaQuita Owens.......................................................2008 8 8 Liz Repella..............................................................2011 7 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1999 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1998 6 6 Yolanda Paige.........................................................2005 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 6 5 Judy Eaton.............................................................1989 5 Sherell Sowho........................................................2004 5 Sherell Sowho........................................................2005 4 Donna Abbott.........................................................1992 4 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1996 4 Maria Tchobanova..................................................1999 Meg Bulger............................................................2008 4 4 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 4 Asya Bussie............................................................2014 4 Christal Caldwell.....................................................2014 3 Olivia Bradley.........................................................1985 3 Anna Tillman..........................................................1993 3 Lori Quertinmont.....................................................1993 3 Darya Kudryavtseva................................................2001 2 Mary Hennen..........................................................1979 2 Christin Annie.........................................................2000 Mandy Ronay.........................................................2000 2 1 Carol Mousseau.....................................................1977 1 Janet Hoffman........................................................1985 1 Dionne Morris.........................................................1989 1 Jodie Runner..........................................................1993 Adrienne Beard......................................................1998 1 Christie Lambert.....................................................1999 1 1 Yelena Leuchanka...................................................2006 1 Chakhia Cole..........................................................2008 1 Jessica Morton.......................................................2016 30-POINT GAMES 4 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 4 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 2 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 1 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 1 Lisa Szymczak........................................................1996 1 Talisha Hargis.........................................................1998 1 Rebecca Burbridge.................................................1999 1 Madina Ali..............................................................2011 1 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 500-POINT SEASONS 730 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................................1992 693 J.D. Drummonds....................................................1981 589 Bria Holmes............................................................2016 533 Olayinka Sanni........................................................2008 530 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 524 Averee Fields..........................................................2015 511 Georgeann Wells....................................................1986 507 Jenny Hillen............................................................1989 503 Alexis Basil.............................................................1987 500 Liz Repella..............................................................2011

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TOTAL POINTS 2,115 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 2,061 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 2,001 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 1,751 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 1,732 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 1,665 Meg Bulger............................................ 2004-06, 2008 1,656 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 1,641 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 1,602 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 1,534 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 724 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 708 Christie Lambert............................................... 1995-99 677 LaQuita Owens................................................. 2005-08 668 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 646 Taylor Palmer................................................... 2011-14 625 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 607 Meg Bulger............................................ 2004-06, 2008 551 Sherell Sowho.................................................. 2002-05 443 Rebecca Burbridge........................................... 1996-99 360 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 400 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 382 Asya Bussie............................................ 2010-12, 2014 364 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 273 Chakhia Cole.................................................... 2005-08 264 Averee Fields.................................................... 2012-15 244 Brandi Batch................................................ 1999-2002 234 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 233 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 232 Crystal Leary.................................................... 2012-15 229 Christal Caldwell............................................... 2012-14

SCORING AVERAGE 18.7 J.D. Drummonds.............................................. 1980-81 17.8 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 17.5 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 15.6 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 15.4 Meg Bulger............................................ 2004-06, 2008 15.3 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 15.1 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 14.5 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 14.0 Georgeann Wells.............................................. 1983-86 13.2 Mary Hennen.................................................... 1976-79

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATT.) .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

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 12.7 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 10.6 Mary Hennen.................................................... 1976-79 10.1 Georgeann Wells.............................................. 1983-86 9.4 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 7.1 Pat Hovorka...................................................... 1979-80 7.0 Jean Mewshaw.....................................1975-76, 78-79 Madina Ali........................................................ 2010-11 6.8 Leslie Sergy...................................................... 1974-77 6.7 Lisa Morton...................................................... 1977-79 6.7 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 6.7 Chakhia Cole.................................................... 2005-08

FIELD GOALS MADE 899 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 749 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 731 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 663 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 648 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 629 Alexis Basil....................................................... 1984-87 628 Georgeann Wells.............................................. 1983-86 599 Meg Bulger............................................ 2004-06, 2008 592 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 583 Judy Eaton....................................................... 1986-89 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 2,072 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 1,707 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 1,577 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 1,500 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 1,481 Judy Eaton....................................................... 1986-89 1,471 Georgeann Wells.............................................. 1983-86 1,453 Alexis Basil....................................................... 1984-87 1,459 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 1,345 Meg Bulger............................................ 2004-06, 2008 1,286 Yolanda Paige................................................... 2002-05 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATT.) .557 (663/1191) Olayinka Sanni.............................. 2005-08 .528 (151/286) Natalie Burton............................... 2009-12 .520 (106/204) Adrienne Beard............................. 1997-98 .517 (119/230) Crystal Leary................................. 2012-15 .503 (592/1177) Donna Abbott................................ 1989-92 .499 (749/1500) Rosemary Kosiorek........................ 1989-92 .498 (478-960) Asya Bussie........................ 2010-12, 2014 .489 (222/454) Susan Muth.................................. 1980-83 .487 (429/880) Lisa Szymczak............................... 1993-96 .486 (214/440) Michelle Carter.............................. 2003-04 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 302 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 265 Meg Bulger ........................................... 2004-06, 2008 256 Christie Lambert............................................... 1995-99 229 LaQuita Owens................................................. 2005-08 215 Taylor Palmer................................................... 2011-14 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 191 Sherell Sowho.................................................. 2002-05 189 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 168 Rebecca Burbridge........................................... 1996-99 131 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92

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FREE THROWS MADE 541 Asya Bussie............................................ 2010-12, 2014 538 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 472 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 432 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 412 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 381 Jenny Hillen...................................................... 1986-89 378 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 350 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 317 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 315 Yolanda Paige................................................... 2002-05 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 870 Asya Bussie............................................ 2010-12, 2014 750 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 669 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 663 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 546 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 544 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 543 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 481 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 472 Jenny Hillen...................................................... 1986-89 455 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 ATT.) .831 (202/243) Meg Bulger......................... 2004-06, 2008 .830 (259/312) Rebecca Burbridge........................ 1996-99 .824 (103/125) Darya Kudryavtseva....................... 2000-01 .807 (381/472) Jenny Hillen.................................. 1986-89 .804 (111/138) Janell Dunlap................................ 2003-04 .791 (432/546) Rosemary Kosiorek........................ 1989-92 .783 (83/106) Brooke Hampton........................... 2011-14 .769 (193/251) Tracey Slogik................................. 1987-90 .769 (93/121) Judy Eaton.................................... 1986-89 .767 (102/133) Val Zona................................... 1999-2000 TOTAL REBOUNDS 1,484 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 1,075 Georgeann Wells.............................................. 1983-86 1,020 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 890 Mary Hennen.................................................... 1976-79 865 Chahkia Cole.................................................... 2005-08 853 Asya Bussie ........................................... 2010-12, 2014 774 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 770 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 756 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 716 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11

ASSISTS 902 Yolanda Paige................................................... 2002-05 718 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 561 Ashley Powell................................................... 2006-09 551 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 483 Lisa Ribble....................................................... 1982-85 457 Linda Stepney.................................................. 2012-15 440 Mandy Ronay............................................... 1997-2000 437 Christie Ammons.............................................. 1994-97 422 Sarah Miles...................................................... 2008-11 415 Cindy Winegar.................................................. 1977-80 ASSIST AVERAGE 7.5 Yolanda Paige................................................... 2002-05 6.2 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 4.8 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 4.4 J.D. Drummonds.............................................. 1980-81 4.3 Ashley Powell................................................... 2006-09 4.1 Lisa Ribble....................................................... 1982-85 4.0 Ashley Powell................................................... 2006-08 3.9 Mandy Ronay............................................... 1997-2000 3.9 Cindy Winegar.................................................. 1977-80 3.9 Christie Ammons.............................................. 1994-97 STEALS 355 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 350 Jenny Hillen...................................................... 1986-89 293 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 279 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 278 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 268 Alexis Basil....................................................... 1984-87 258 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 228 Sarah Miles...................................................... 2008-11 213 Chakhia Cole.................................................... 2005-08 208 Sherell Sowho.................................................. 2002-05 207 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 STEALS PER GAME 3.2 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 3.0 Jenny Hillen...................................................... 1986-89 2.7 J.D. Drummonds.............................................. 1980-81 2.6 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 2.5 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 2.5 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 2.4 Alexis Basil....................................................... 1984-87 2.3 Cindy (Sam) Booth............................................ 1974-77 2.2 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 2.2 Carol Mousseau............................................... 1975-77






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BLOCKED SHOTS 436 Georgeann Wells.............................................. 1983-86 270 Asya Bussie............................................ 2010-12, 2014 231 Lanay Montgomery....................................... 2014-16 172 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 137 Lori Wilson....................................................... 1989-92 105 Tracey Slogik.................................................... 1987-90 101 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 95 Brandi Batch................................................ 1999-2002 94 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 93 Sherell Sowho.................................................. 2002-05 TURNOVERS 499 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 422 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 419 Ashley Powell................................................... 2006-09 416 Jenny Hillen...................................................... 1986-89 400 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 383 Yolanda Paige................................................... 2002-05 362 Chakhia Cole ................................................... 2005-08 360 Alexis Basil....................................................... 1984-87 358 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 348 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 348 Mandy Ronay............................................... 1997-2000 PERSONAL FOULS 415 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 404 Chakhia Cole.................................................... 2005-08 383 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 380 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 367 Tracey Slogik.................................................... 1987-90 361 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 360 Brandi Batch................................................ 1999-2002 337 Asya Bussie............................................ 2010-12, 2014 331 Linda Stepney.................................................. 2012-15 327 Jenny Hillen...................................................... 1986-89 DISQUALIFICATIONS 32 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 31 Tracey Slogik.................................................... 1987-90 22 Chakhia Cole.................................................... 2005-08 21 Brandi Batch................................................ 1999-2002 20 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 19 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 16 Lori Wilson....................................................... 1989-92 14 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 14 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 13 Meg Bulger............................................ 2004-06, 2008 MINUTES PLAYED 4,556 Yolanda Paige.............................................. 2002-05 4,340 Chakhia Cole............................................... 2005-08 4,008 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001-04 3,925 Asya Bussie....................................... 2010-12, 2014 3,917 Liz Repella................................................... 2008-11 3,912 Sherell Sowho............................................. 2002-05 3,890 Rosemary Kosiorek...................................... 1989-92 3,855 Bria Holmes................................................. 2013-16 3,807 Jenny Hillen................................................. 1986-89 3,706 Dionne Morris.............................................. 1986-89 MINUTES PER GAME 38.3 Yolanda Paige................................................... 2002-05 37.3 Darya Kudryavtseva.......................................... 2000-01 36.5 Alexis Basil....................................................... 1984-87 34.5 Sherell Sowho.................................................. 2002-05 34.2 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 34.1 Mandy Ronay............................................... 1997-2000 33.4 Chakhia Cole.................................................... 2005-08 33.3 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 33.0 Jenny Hillen...................................................... 1986-89 32.5 Rebecca Burbridge........................................... 1996-99

During her career (1980-83), Cathy Parson scored 2,115 points, which is still a WVU record.

GAMES PLAYED 138 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 138 Asya Bussie............................................ 2010-12, 2014 137 Linda Stepney.................................................. 2012-15 134 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 131 Taylor Palmer................................................... 2011-14 130 Jess Harlee...................................................... 2011-14 130 Chakhia Cole.................................................... 2005-08 129 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 127 Ashley Powell................................................... 2006-09 126 Averee Fields.................................................... 2012-15 GAMES STARTED 138 Asya Bussie............................................ 2010-12, 2014 131 Linda Stepney.................................................. 2012-15 130 Chakhia Cole.................................................... 2005-08 120 Ashley Powell................................................... 2006-09 120 Yolanda Paige................................................... 2002-05

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Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 Sherell Sowho.................................................. 2002-05 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98

DOUBLE DOUBLES 68 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 52 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 51 Georgeann Wells.............................................. 1983-86 34 Mary Hennen.................................................... 1976-79 23 Maria Tchobanova............................................ 1996-99 22 Lisa Szymczak.................................................. 1993-96 18 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 17 Jean Mewshaw.....................................1975-76, 78-79 17 Dionne Morris................................................... 1986-89 17 Yolanda Paige................................................... 2002-05

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10-POINT GAMES 104 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 99 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 92 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 92 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 88 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 88 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 87 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 84 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 81 Olivia Bradley................................................... 1982-85 81 Alexis Basil....................................................... 1984-87 20-POINT GAMES 44 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 42 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 34 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 33 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 30 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 29 Meg Bulger...................................................... 2004-08 25 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 24 Olayinka Sanni.................................................. 2005-08 24 Liz Repella........................................................ 2008-11 20 Lisa Szymczak.................................................. 1993-96

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30-POINT GAMES 6 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... 1989-92 6 Talisha Hargis................................................... 1995-98 6 Meg Bulger............................................ 2004-06, 2008 5 Bria Holmes...................................................... 2013-16 4 J.D. Drummonds.............................................. 1980-81 4 Cathy Parson.................................................... 1980-83 4 Donna Abbott................................................... 1989-92 3 Lisa Szymczak.................................................. 1993-96 2 Georgeann Wells.............................................. 1983-86 2 Christie Lambert............................................... 1995-99 2 Kate Bulger...................................................... 2001-04 2 Takisha Granberry...................................................2009 2 Taylor Palmer................................................... 2011-14 1,000-POINT SCORERS 2,115 Cathy Parson............................................... 1980-83 2,061 Rosemary Kosiorek...................................... 1989-92 2,001 Bria Holmes................................................. 2013-16 1,751 Talisha Hargis.............................................. 1995-98 1,732 Kate Bulger................................................. 2001-04 1,665 Meg Bulger........................................ 2004-06, 2008 1,656 Donna Abbott............................................... 1989-92 1,641 Liz Repella................................................... 2008-11

1,602 1,534 1,504 1,497 1,491 1,484 1,429 1,426 1,414 1,380 1,316 1,282 1,211 1,179 1,163 1,160 1,111 1,101 1,097 1,096 1,079 1,071 1,040 1,007

Olayinka Sanni............................................. 2005-08 Olivia Bradley............................................... 1982-85 Jenny Hillen................................................. 1986-89 Asya Bussie....................................... 2010-12, 2014 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 Christie Lambert.......................................... 1995-99 Christal Caldwell.......................................... 2012-14 Rebecca Burbridge...................................... 1996-99 LaQuita Owens............................................ 2005-08 J.D. Drummonds......................................... 1980-81 Mary Hennen............................................... 1976-79 Lisa Szymczak............................................. 1993-96 Taylor Palmer............................................... 2011-14 Averee Fields............................................... 2012-15 Ilse Opstaele................................................ 1996-99 Dionne Morris.............................................. 1986-89 Brandi Batch............................................ 1999-2002 Cindy Winegar............................................. 1977-80

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started with a 91-63 win vs. Pitt (1991) ended with a 63-62 loss vs. Duquesne (1992) started with a 73-52 win at Duquesne (2009) ended with a 66-74 loss at Notre Dame (2010) started with a 80-49 win vs. Loyola (2010) Ended with a 69-54 loss at Marquette (2011) started with a 53-43 win vs. Shepherd (1976) ended with a 67-58 loss vs. Wisconsin-Oshkosh (1977) started with an 86-56 win vs. Ole Miss (2013) ended with a 78-62 loss vs. Baylor (2014) started with a 67-56 win vs. Iowa State (2014) ended with a 74-71 loss vs. Baylor (2014) started with an 82-53 win vs. Shepherd (1976) ended with a 69-68 loss vs. Marshall (1976) started with a 69-54 win vs. Morris Harvey (1975) ended with a 75-57 loss vs. Marshall (1975) started with a 78-60 win vs. Kent State (1978) ended with a 74-65 loss vs. Marshall (1978) started with a 76-63 win at Mount St. Mary’s (2002) ended with a 66-59 loss vs. Notre Dame (2003)

  

started with a 69-68 win vs. Syracuse (2009) Ended with a 60-53 loss vs. Pitt (2011) started with an 89-78 win vs. Rutgers (1991) ended with a 92-72 loss vs. Youngstown State (1992) started with a 56-49 OT win vs. Texas (2014) ended with a 66-62 loss vs. Baylor (2015) started with a 69-57 win vs. Providence (2007) Ended with an 80-81 loss vs. DePaul (2008) started with a 75-46 win vs. Duquesne (1983) ended with a 95-74 loss vs. Penn State (1985) started with a 54-52 win vs. Iowa State (2015) ended with a 65-54 loss vs. Texas (2016) started with a 71-56 win vs. New Mexico (1982) ended with a 52-50 loss vs. Temple (1983) started with a 78-49 win vs. Duquesne (1978) ended with a 77-70 loss vs. Pitt-Johnstown (1979) started with a 97-24 win vs. North Carolina Central (2012) Ended with a 64-54 loss vs. Georgetown (2012) started with a 96-30 win vs. Fairmont State (1977) ended with an 89-62 loss vs. Ohio State (1978)






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Team Records SCORING Game: 131 vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82 High Season: 2,581 in 2013-14 High Season Average: 82.37 in 1991-92 FIELD GOALS Game Made: 52 vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82 Game Attempted: 106 vs. Salem, 2/9/76 Game Percentage: 71.7 (43-60) at Robert Morris, 12/7/02 High Season Made: 1,070 in 1980-81 High Season Attempted: 2,545 in 1980-81 High Season Percentage: 49.9% in 1973-74 3-POINT FIELD GOALS Game Made: 16 at Providence, 1/21/98 Game Attempted: 36 vs. Liberty, 11/25/00 Game Percentage (min. 5 att.): 1.000 (5-5) vs. UMass, 3/3/90 Season Made: 240 in 2007-08 Season Attempted: 668 in 2015-16 Season Percentage: 39.4 (124-315) in 2002-03 FREE THROWS Game Made: 37 vs. Northern Illinois, 12/29/90 and at Duquesne, 12/21/13 Game Attempted: 45 vs. Northern Illinois, 12/29/90

Game Percentage: 1.000 (22-22) vs. Boston College, 2/27/01 High Season Made: 630 in 2013-14 High Season Attempted: 903 in 2013-14 High Season Percentage: 74.5 (371-498) in 2003-04 REBOUNDS Game: 89 vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 2/3/76 Offensive Rebounds Game: 49 vs. Shepherd, 1/26/76 High Season: 1,621 in 2014-15 High Offensive Rebounds Season: 644 in 1977-78 High Season Average: 59.11 in 1975-76 PERSONAL FOULS High Game: 36 vs. George Washington, 1/23/88 High Season: 688 in 2014-15 ASSISTS High Game: 32 vs. Indiana State, 11/23/84 High Season: 553 in 1988-89 Season Assist Average: 17.63 in 1977-78 STEALS High Game: 37 vs. Salem, 12/29/76 High Season: 450 in 1977-78 High Season Average: 21.7 in 1975-76

TURNOVERS High Game: 44 vs. Pitt, 1/17/76; vs. Morris Harvey, 1/24/76 High Season: 854 in 1977-78 BLOCKED SHOTS High Game: 22 vs. Marshall, 12/3/83 High Season: 242 in 2014-15 DISQUALIFICATIONS High Game: 4 vs. Marshall, 1/11/05; George Washington, 11/23/88; Rutgers, 2/9/87 High Season: 30 in 1987-88 MISCELLANEOUS SEASON Most Victories: 30 in 2013-14 (30-5) Most Losses: 22 in 2000 (6-22) and 2001 (5-22) Fewest Defeats: 4 in 1975 (13-4) and 1992 (26-4) Winning Streak: 22 in 1992 Losing Streak: 10 in 2000-01 Margin of Victory: 87 (131-44) vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82 Margin of Defeat: 72 (28-100) vs. Connecticut, 2/23/00 Games Played: 38 in 2014-15 (23-15)

Single Season Team Records POINTS 2,581��������������������2014 2,572��������������������1981 2,494��������������������2015 2,471��������������������1992 2,470��������������������2016 2,353��������������������1989 2,311��������������������1997 2,305��������������������2005 2,286��������������������2008 2,251��������������������2011

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 2,545��������������������1981 2,307��������������������2015 2,259��������������������1980 2,203��������������������1985 2,118��������������������1989 2,116��������������������1977 2,101��������������������1982 2,070��������������������1978 2,066��������������������2016 2,037��������������������2014

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 668�����������������������2016 639�����������������������2014 637�����������������������2008 602�����������������������2009 591�����������������������2015 582�����������������������2000 560�����������������������2013 543�����������������������2004 543�����������������������2005 529�����������������������2007

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 903�����������������������2014 744�����������������������2015 742�����������������������2012 741�����������������������1997 728�����������������������2011 723�����������������������1992 721�����������������������2010 721�����������������������1985 710�����������������������1982 699�����������������������1981

SCORING AVERAGE 82.4����������������������1992 77.9����������������������1981 75.9����������������������1991 74.7����������������������1985 74.5����������������������1997 73.7����������������������2014 73.5����������������������1989 73.1����������������������1990 72.4����������������������1996 72.1����������������������1999 72.1����������������������1982

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .475 (929/1956)����1992 .467 (215/460)������1974 .450 (832/1849)����1991 .450 (760/1688)����2006 .448 (788/1757)����1990 .447 (850/1902)����2008 .446 (873/1956)����1983 .446 (869/1948)����2005 .442 (815/1845)����1997 .441 (911/2066)����2016

FIELD GOALS MADE 1,070��������������������1981 929�����������������������1992 918�����������������������1989 912�����������������������2015 911�����������������������2016 896�����������������������1985 887�����������������������1982 873�����������������������1983 872�����������������������2014 869�����������������������2005

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 240�����������������������2008 213�����������������������2016 207�����������������������2014 206�����������������������2005 202�����������������������2004 197�����������������������2009 175�����������������������2001 174�����������������������2000 174�����������������������2015 173�����������������������2007

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .394 (124/315)������2003 .381 (175/459)������2001 .379 (206/543)������2005 .377 (240/637)������2008 .372 (202/543)������2004 .370 (85/230)��������1991 .357 (105/294)������1996 .352 (50/142)��������1990 .351 (87/248)��������1992 .346 (74/214)��������1988 .342 (128/374)������2002

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .745 (371/498)������2004 .730 (541/741)������1997 .728 (526/723)������1992 .726 (462/636)������1999 .726 (400/551)������1989 .718 (493/687)������1990 .715 (450/629)������1998 .707 (343/485)������2001 .700 (471/673)������1993 .698 (374-536)������2007 .698 (630/903)������2014

FREE THROWS MADE 630�����������������������2014 541�����������������������1997 526�����������������������1992 503�����������������������2012 496�����������������������2015 493�����������������������1990 483�����������������������2011 471�����������������������1993 462�����������������������1999 459�����������������������2010

REBOUNDS 1,621��������������������2015 1,539��������������������1985 1,527��������������������1977 1,456��������������������1981 1,450��������������������1978 1,442��������������������2016 1,441��������������������2012 1,439��������������������2014 1,399��������������������1984 1,394��������������������2010

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OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 644�����������������������1978 583�����������������������2015 532�����������������������2012 513�����������������������2010 505�����������������������2011 503�����������������������2014 499�����������������������1993 494�����������������������2013 493�����������������������2009 490�����������������������1976 ASSISTS 553�����������������������1989 530�����������������������2008 527�����������������������1997 509�����������������������1985 504�����������������������1984 502�����������������������2005 502�����������������������2016 497�����������������������1992 496�����������������������2015 491�����������������������1983 STEALS 450�����������������������1978 412�����������������������1976 391�����������������������1992 368�����������������������1989 365�����������������������2010 365�����������������������2011 363�����������������������1975 361�����������������������1981 340�����������������������1996 336�����������������������1997 BLOCKED SHOTS 242�����������������������2015 226�����������������������2016 215�����������������������1984 196�����������������������2010 184�����������������������2011 181�����������������������1985

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Single Game Team Records POINTS 131....................................................Indiana, Pa. - 12/7/82 114.................................................Robert Morris - 12/7/02 110......................................... Charleston, W.Va. - 12/21/84 109.........................................................Xavier - 12/29/ 84 109............................................ Delaware State - 12/18/13 108.......................................... Alderson-Broaddus - 1/7/84 105......................................................Duquesne - 1/14/91 104..............................................Cleveland State - 1/24/85 103...................................................West Liberty - 2/11/76 103.....................................................Providence - 1/21/98 102..............................................................Salem - 2/9/76 102................................. Washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 FIELD GOALS MADE 52......................................................Indiana, Pa. - 12/7/82 47................................................................Salem - 2/9/76 47............................................ Alderson-Broaddus - 1/7/84 46........................................... Charleston, W.Va. - 12/21/84 45.....................................................West Liberty - 2/11/76 45................................... Washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 45............................................................Salem - 11/29/86 43.......................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 2/3/76 43.....................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 1/12/81 43...................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 11/19/81 43...................................................Robert Morris - 12/7/02 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 106..............................................................Salem - 2/9/76 106...................................................West Liberty - 2/11/76 104.......................................................Shepherd - 1/26/76 100.....................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 2/3/76 100................................................ Davis & Elkins - 2/20/76 100.................................................Pitt-Johnstown - 2/8/78 95...................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 11/19/81 94.....................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 1/12/81 94............................................ Alderson-Broaddus - 1/7/84 94.......................................................... Marshall - 12/3/84 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .717 (43/60)....................................Robert Morris - 12/7/02 .655 (38/58)........................................Providence - 2/22/05 .648 (35/54)....................................Robert Morris - 1/11/93 .639 (39/61)................................St. Francis, Pa. - 12/30/06 .634 (45/71).............................................Salem - 11/29/86 .625 (40/64).............................Mount St. Mary’s - 12/30/95 .623 (33/53)...........................................Louisville - 1/10/06 .621 (36/58)..................................Northwestern - 11/22/04 .608 (31/51)..................................... Virginia Tech - 1/15/83 .608 (31/51)..................................Robert Morris - 12/14/96 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 16.......................................................Providence - 1/21/98 13........................................................ Cincinnati - 2/19/08 13............................................. Oklahoma State - 12/31/99 13............................................New Jersey Tech - 11/28/08 13 .............................................. Oklahoma State - 3/27/16 13..........................................................Iowa State - 3/1/16 12....................................................... Connecticut - 3/1/98 12.............................................................UCLA - 11/22/98 12.................................................Boston College - 12/8/98 12...........................................................Liberty - 11/25/00 12....................................................... Connecticut - 3/2/04 12.......................................................Providence - 2/22/05 12........................................................High Point - 12/4/10 12........................................................Iowa State - 1/15/14 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 36...........................................................Liberty - 11/25/00 33...........................................................Rutgers - 2/16/ 95 33.......................................................... Marshall - 1/27/99

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33.......................................... Youngstown State - 11/30/13 32........................................................... Syracuse - 2/2/97 32..................................................... Georgetown - 1/26/00 31......................................................... Syracuse - 1/17/98 30.......................................................Providence - 1/21/98 30........................................................Iowa State - 1/15/14 29.............................................................UCLA - 11/22/98 29........................................Florida International - 11/22/08 28............................................................ Akron - 12/10/88 28..............................................................Rutgers - 3/9/95 28.....................................................Wright State - 2/18/97 28....................................................... Connecticut - 3/1/98 28............................................................Rutgers - 2/23/99 28............................................. Oklahoma State - 12/31/99 28........................................................Ohio State - 3/20/04 28.......................................................... Canisius - 11/9/07 28........................................................ Cincinnati - 2/19/08 28...............................................................DePaul - 1/9/10 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 att.) 1.000 (5/5)................................................. Temple - 3/3/90 .833 (5/6)......................................Massachusetts - 2/24/90 .778 (7/9)...........................................Oklahoma - 11/26/88 .714 (10/14)...............................Western Carolina - 12/2/00 .700 (7/10).............................................Villanova - 2/23/08 .692 (9/13)......................................Robert Morris - 12/7/02 .688 (11/16)................................ St. Bonaventure - 2/23/95 .667 (4/6)......................................... Wake Forest - 12/1/90 .647 (11/17)...................................Rhode Island - 11/24/07 .643 (9/14)...........................................Fordham - 11/26/05 .643 (9/14)...........................................Duquesne - 12/7/07 .643 (9/14).....................................North Florida - 12/10/11 FREE THROWS MADE 37..............................................Northern Illinois - 12/29/90 37......................................................Duquesne - 12/21/13 35............................................................Xavier - 12/29/84 35..........................................George Washington - 1/29/90 33.................................................Robert Morris - 12/14/96 32..........................................................Kent State - 2/3/78

32................................................................ Pitt - 12/21/91 32.................................................................... Pitt - 2/9/97 32.......................................................... Marshall - 1/17/12 31............................................... Bowling Green - 11/25/96 31......................................................Ohio State - 12/16/97 30.............................................................. Akron - 12/7/87 30.................................................Massachusetts - 1/20/90 30.......................................... Western Kentucky - 12/15/91 30........................................................ Missouri - 12/22/96 30.............................................................. Ohio - 12/30/96 30...................................................Georgetown - 12/12/98 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 45..............................................Northern Illinois - 12/29/90 44..................................................Coppin State - 11/28/99 43............................................................Xavier - 12/29/84 43............................................................ Temple - 1/26/85 43..........................................George Washington - 1/29/90 43......................................................Duquesne - 12/21/13 42.............................................................. Ohio - 12/30/96 41.................................................California, Pa. - 12/12/79 41............................................................Edinboro - 2/6/80 41........................................................ Marshall - 12/15/80 41.................................................................. Pitt - 1/22/83 41.......................................... Western Kentucky - 12/15/91 41............................................... Bowling Green - 11/25/96 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) 1.000 (22/22)................................Boston College - 2/27/01 1.000 (10/10)........................................... Marshall - 2/9/89 .952 (20/21)...................................... Notre Dame - 1/14/98 .944 (17/18)...................................... Notre Dame - 1/17/04 .941 (16/17)................................................... Pitt - 1/24/99 .941 (16/17)...........................................Louisville - 3/10/08 .929 (13/14).....................................Rhode Island - 1/19/89 .929 (13/14).........................................Duquesne - 12/6/08 .923 (12/13)............................................. Temple - 1/31/06 .923 (12/13)...........................................Duquesne - 2/7/94 .923 (12/13)........................................ Connecticut - 1/7/04 .923 (12/13).............................Mississippi State - 11/20/14






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28.................................................Massachusetts - 1/12/91 27..............................................................Salem - 1/30/75 27................................................... Fairmont State - 2/7/75 27.....................................................West Liberty - 2/11/75 27.........................................................Shepherd - 1/26/76 27................................................... Fairmont State - 2/2/76 27................................................... Fairmont State - 2/6/76 BLOCKED SHOTS 22.......................................................... Marshall - 12/3/83 19................................... Washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 17.......................................................... Cincinnati - 1/8/11 16........................................................Kent State - 12/7/83 15.........................................................Penn State - 2/2/84 15..................................................Rhode Island - 11/25/85 15....................................................Kansas State - 1/21/15 14.............................................................. Temple - 4/1/15 13...................................................Massachusetts - 3/1/85 13........................................................Duquesne - 2/13/86 13..........................................................Seton Hall - 1/5/11 TURNOVERS 44.................................................................. Pitt - 1/17/76 44.................................................. Morris Harvey - 1/24/76 40..............................................................Salem - 1/29/76 40.........................................................Shepherd - 2/19/76 40................................................North Carolina - 11/17/79 39............................................................ Temple - 1/15/87 38.................................................Pitt-Johnstown - 12/6/78 37.......................................................Penn State - 1/31/81 36..............................................Central Michigan - 3/11/76 36............................................................Rutgers - 2/25/84 36.............................................. Delaware State - 12/14/03

Jocelyn Branham was 1.000 from the free throw line on the 1989 team that was perfect against Marshall.

REBOUNDS 89.......................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 2/3/76 82.........................................................Shepherd - 1/26/76 82.....................................................West Liberty - 2/11/76 81........................................... Charleston, W.Va. - 12/21/84 78.....................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 12/6/76 77....................................................Indiana, Pa. - 12/11/76 77.................................................Pitt-Johnstown - 1/14/77 76................................................................Salem - 2/7/77 75............................................. Charleston, W.Va. - 2/12/83 75............................................ Alderson-Broaddus - 1/7/84 75................................................Cleveland State - 1/24/85 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 49.........................................................Shepherd - 1/26/76 35.................................................. Davis & Elkins - 2/20/76 35........................................... Charleston, W.Va. - 12/21/84 34.....................................................West Liberty - 2/11/76 32..............................................................Salem - 1/29/76 32......................................................North Texas - 12/5/92 31.....................................................West Liberty - 1/15/76 31.......................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 2/3/76

31.........................................................Shepherd - 2/19/76 30........................................................... Seton Hill - 2/1/75 30................................................................Salem - 2/9/76 ASSISTS 32..................................................Indiana State - 11/23/84 32........................................................Duquesne - 1/14/91 31............................................ Alderson-Broaddus - 1/7/84 30.................................................Massachusetts - 2/13/92 30.......................................... Youngstown State - 11/30/93 30.......................................................Providence - 1/21/98 29.......................................... Youngstown State - 12/16/95 29...................................................Robert Morris - 12/7/02 29...................................................Presbyterian - 12/15/07 29........................................... Saint Francis, Pa. - 12/29/14 STEALS 37..............................................................Salem - 1/29/76 36.....................................................West Liberty - 1/15/75 31.........................................................Shepherd - 2/19/76 30................................................. Fairmont State - 2/19/75 29.....................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 1/20/75 28................................................................Salem - 2/9/76

PERSONAL FOULS 36..........................................George Washington - 1/23/88 35................................................................ Iowa -1125/13 34............................................................ Virginia - 3/26/92 33.....................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 12/6/77 33................................................... Wichita State - 12/3/94 32..............................................Central Michigan - 3/11/76 32................................................. Mount Mercy - 12/30/80 32................................................................Drexel - 1/6/95 32...........................................................Oklahoma -1/2/13 31......................................................Kent State - 11/28/87 31............................................... Bowling Green - 11/25/96 30.............................................. Youngstown State - 2/4/78 30................................................North Carolina - 11/17/79 30.............................................. Western Kentucky - 1/7/86 30.......................................... Western Kentucky - 12/13/87 30....................................................... Kentucky - 12/12/92 30.........................................................Texas Tech - 2/6/13 30........................................................Oklahoma - 2/13/14 DISQUALIFICATIONS 4................................................................Rutgers - 2/9/87 4............................................George Washington - 1/23/88 4............................................................ Marshall - 1/11/05 3................................................Central Michigan - 3/11/76 3...................................................Massachusetts - 1/19/87 3........................................................Kent State - 11/28/87 3...........................................................Penn State - 2/2/89 3..............................................................Rutgers - 1/18/90 3...................................................Robert Morris - 12/14/96 3....................................................... Georgetown - 2/14/98 3......................................................... Notre Dame - 1/7/99 3....................................................... Notre Dame - 2/19/02 3......................................................... Notre Dame - 2/4/07 3................................................................ Iowa - 11/25/12 3............................................................Oklahoma - 1/2/13 3..............................................Mississippi State - 11/20/14 3 ................................................ Oklahoma State - 2/13/16

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Single Game Opponent Records POINTS 117.......................................................Penn State - 2/2/83 116..................................................... Connecticut - 1/2/99 111..................................................... Notre Dame - 1/7/99 109.......................................................Penn State - 3/8/91 106..................................................East Carolina - 1/21/81 106.....................................................Penn State - 1/26/91 106........................................................ Kansas - 12/21/92 105................................................. Washington - 11/26/93 104.....................................................Penn State - 12/4/76 104......................................................... Tulane - 12/28/99 FIELD GOALS MADE 47....................................................East Carolina - 1/21/81 44................................................... Washington - 11/26/93 43....................................................... Connecticut - 1/2/99 42.........................................................Penn State - 2/2/83 41.....................................West Virginia Wesleyan - 1/12/81 41....................................................... Notre Dame - 1/9/97 41..................................................... Connecticut - 2/23/00 40..................................................... Tennessee - 11/22/82 40............................................................Rutgers - 1/17/91 40............................................................ Kansas - 2/21/92 40......................................................... Syracuse - 2/10/99 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 104..................................................East Carolina - 1/21/81 96..........................................................Edinboro - 12/7/80 96............................................................Rutgers - 1/18/90 95...................................................Pitt-Johnstown - 2/8/78 95.................................................Pitt-Johnstown - 12/6/78 94.................................................. Morris Harvey - 1/24/76 94.................................................Pitt-Johnstown - 1/26/80 91................................................... Washington - 11/26/93 90............................................. Charleston, W.Va. - 1/28/81 89..............................................Central Michigan - 3/11/76 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .683 (41/60)...................................... Connecticut - 2/23/00 .679 (36/53)......................................St. Joseph’s - 2/24/87 .652 (43/66)........................................ Connecticut - 1/2/99 .632 (36/57)............................................. Virginia - 3/26/92 .629 (39/62).............................................. Florida - 1/23/95 .617 (37/60)............................................. Purdue - 1/30/90 .615 (40/65)........................................... Kansas - 12/21/92 .607 (34/56)..................................... Virginia Tech - 2/14/01 .604 (29/48)...................................... Notre Dame - 2/26/96 .603 (35-58)...................................at Ohio State - 11/19/09 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 18............................................................Villanova - 1/3/01 17..........................................................Villanova - 1/26/02 14.......................................................... Marshall - 1/18/95 14.............................................................DePaul - 2/16/08 13........................................................ Cincinnati - 2/19/08 13......................................................Ohio State - 12/22/14 12...........................................................St. John’s - 1/6/01 12......................................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 11.........................................................Penn State - 3/8/91 11............................................................ Temple - 2/12/94 11.....................................................St. Joseph’s - 1/12/95 11..................................................... Connecticut - 1/10/98 11...................................................Robert Morris - 12/1/99 11............................................ Tennessee-Martin - 12/3/00 11........................................................... Syracuse - 2/2/01 11..........................................................Villanova - 2/17/04 11................................. Southwest Missouri State - 3/31/05 11..........................................................Villanova - 1/18/06 11............................................................Villanova - 1/7/12 11............................................................. at TCU - 1/25/16

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 37...........................................................St. John’s - 1/6/01 32..................................................Coppin State - 11/28/99 32..................................................East Carolina - 11/23/03 31......................................................Duquesne - 12/20/03 31..........................................................Villanova - 12/9/10 30....................................................... Connecticut - 3/4/03 30.................................................... Wake Forest - 3/24/05 30.............................................................DePaul - 2/16/08 30.......................................................... Marshall - 1/17/12 29.....................................................St. Joseph’s - 1/12/95 29............................................................Villanova - 2/9/00 29..........................................................Villanova - 1/26/02 29................................. Southwest Missouri State - 3/31/05 29...............................................................DePaul - 3/7/09 29........................................................ Marshall - 12/20/14 29......................................................Ohio State - 12/22/14 29......................................................Kansas State - 2/6/16 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) .720 (18/25).............................................Villanova - 1/3/01 .700 (7/10)............................................. Kansas - 12/21/92 .700 (7/10)....................................Boston College - 1/30/02 .636 (7/11)....................................Boston College - 1/20/05 .625 (10/16)...........................................Duquesne - 3/5/94 .625 (10/16).........................................Marquette - 1/21/06 .600 (6/10).............................George Washington - 1/28/89 .600 (6/10)........................................St. Joseph’s - 2/16/91 .600 (6/10).............................................Louisville - 2/13/11 .586 (17/29)...........................................Villanova - 1/26/02 .583 (7/12).......................................... St. Joseph’s - 3/9/90 .583 (7/12)...............................................Villanova - 1/5/99 FREE THROWS MADE 42.............................................................. Iowa - 11/25/12 41..........................................George Washington - 1/23/88 37.............................................. Western Kentucky - 1/7/86 36.........................................................Texas Tech - 2/6/13 34............................................... St. Bonaventure - 1/16/93 33.........................................................Penn State - 2/2/83 33........................................................... Tulane - 12/28/99 32..............................................................Xavier - 12/8/92 31.........................................................Penn State - 2/3/90 31.......................................... Youngstown State - 12/23/96 31....................................................... Notre Dame - 1/7/99 30............................................................ Virginia - 3/26/92 30................................................... Wichita State - 12/3/94 30................................................................Drexel - 1/6/95 30...........................................................Lehigh - 12/27/99 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 50.............................................................. Iowa - 11/25/12 50..........................................George Washington - 1/23/88 48.............................................. Western Kentucky - 1/7/86 47..............................................Central Michigan - 3/11/76 46..............................................................Xavier - 12/8/92 45................................................... Wichita State - 12/3/94 45................................................................Drexel - 1/6/95 43............................................................ Virginia - 3/26/92 42........................................................... Tulane - 12/28/99 42.........................................................Texas Tech - 2/6/13 41..............................................................Rutgers - 2/9/87 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 15 att.) 1.000 (24/24).............................................Maine - 3/18/05 1.000 (18/18)..................................Boston College - 1/2/05 1.000 (17/17)................................Boston College - 2/14/04 .958 (23/24)..................................Pitt-Johnstown - 1/26/83 .958 (23/24)..........................................Penn State - 2/2/89 .944 (17/18)..................................................TCU - 2/24/15 .933 (14/15)................................ St. Bonaventure - 3/21/09 .933 (14/15).........................................Iowa State - 2/10/16

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104.....................................................Penn State - 12/4/76 104......................................................... Tulane - 12/28/99 103.......................................................... Virginia - 3/26/92 103..................................................... Notre Dame - 1/9/97 102....................................................... Syracuse - 2/10/99 101............................................................Rutgers - 1/8/94 100.......................................... Youngstown State - 12/6/80 100............................................................Rutgers - 1/4/95 100...................................................Providence - 12/30/98 100................................................... Connecticut - 2/23/00 100..................................................... Connecticut - 3/2/04 INDIVIDUAL POINTS Game: 48 by Odyssey Sims of Baylor, 1/8/14 INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOALS Made: 17 by Betty Cook of West Virginia Wesleyan, 1/12/81 Attempted: 37 by Wanda Grant of Youngstown State, 1/7/81 Percentage: 100.0 (10-10) by Jessica Davenport of Ohio State, 3/20/04 INDIVIDUAL 3-POINT FIELD GOALS (since 1983) Made: 8 by Kelsey Mitchell of Ohio State, 12/22/14 Attempted: 16 by Mauri Horton of Rutgers, 1/12/02; Chanda Hollingsworth of Wright State, 12/19/00 Percentage (min. 5 att): 1.000 (6-6) by Amber Battle of Texas Tech, 1/28/15 INDIVIDUAL FREE THROWS Made: 20 by Tracey Early of George Washington, 1/23/88 Attempted: 25 by Tracey Early of George Washington, 1/23/88 Percentage (min. 12 att): 1.000 (12-12) by Jessalyn Deveny of Boston College, 1/2/05 INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDS Game: 34 by Wanda Grant of Youngstown State, 2/27/80 INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Game: 12 by Chanta Powell of South Alabama, 1/5/91 INDIVIDUAL ASSISTS Game: 21 by Suzie McConnell of Penn State, 3/6/87 INDIVIDUAL STEALS Game: 12 by Charlisse Sampson of Kansas, 1/2/94 INDIVIDUAL TURNOVERS Game: 16 by Noelle Chiodo of Robert Morris, 2/22/92 INDIVIDUAL BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 11 by Sue Wicks of Rutgers, 1/3/87 INDIVIDUAL MINUTES Game: 50 by Lynn Ust of Rutgers, 1/18/90 TRIPLE-DOUBLES Game: 10 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists by Tasha Pointer of Rutgers, 1/17/01; 32 points, 15 rebounds, 11 blocks by Sue Wicks of Rutgers, 1/3/87; 28 points, 10 rebounds, 10 blocks by Brittney Griner of Baylor, 3/2/13 TEAM POINTS Half: 62 by Notre Dame, 1/9/97 Game: 117 by Penn State, 2/2/83 High Season: 2,663 in 1980-81 Low Season: 1,735 in 1978-79 High Season Average: 80.7 in 1980-81 Low Season Average: 46.9 in 1974-75

TEAM FIELD GOALS Game Made: 47 by East Carolina, 1/21/81 Game Attempted: 104 by East Carolina, 1/21/81 Percentage: 68.3 (41-60) by Connecticut, 2/23/00 High Made Season: 1,118 in 1980-81 Low Made Season: 595 in 2011-12 High Season Attempts: 2,579 in 1980-81 Low Season Attempts: 1,655 in 1997-98 High Season Pct: 45.5% in 1986-87 Low Season Pct: 30.1% in 1976-77 TEAM 3-POINT FIELD GOALS (since 1983) Game Made: 18 by Villanova, 1/3/01 Game Attempted: 37 by St. John’s, 1/6/01 Percentage (min. 10 made): 72.0 (18-25) by Villanova, 1/3/01 High Made Season: 199 in 2007-08 Low Made Season: 21 in 1986-87 High Season Attempts: 618 in 2007-08 Low Season Attempts: 69 in 1986-87 High Season Pct: 37.9% in 1997-98 Low Season Pct: 27.1% in 2011-12 TEAM FREE THROWS Made Game: 41 by George Washington, 1/23/88 Attempted Game: 50 by George Washington, 1/23/88 Team Pct (Min. 10 attempts): 100.0 (24-24) by Maine, 3/18/05 High Made Season: 489 in 1994-95 Low Made Season: 278 in 1976-77 High Season Attempts: 713 in 1986-87 Low Season Attempts: 467 in 1985-86 High Season Pct: 74.0% in 1978-79 Low Season Pct: 56.7% in 1976-77 TEAM REBOUNDS Game: 84 by Central Michigan, 1/11/76 High Season: 1,703 in 1980-81 Low Season: 1,003 in 2005-06 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Game: 33 by Rutgers, 1/18/90 ASSISTS Game: 36 by Washington, 11/26/93 High Season: 493 in 1996-97 Low Season: 200 in 1976-77 STEALS Game: 29 by Glenville State, 1/17/83 High Season: 327 in 1992-93 Low Season: 186 in 2003-04 TURNOVERS Game: 49 by McMaster, 11/29/80 High Season: 692 in 1991-92 Low Season: 456 in 2000-01 BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 17 by USF, 2/21/09 High Season: 143 in 2009-10 Low Season: 55 in 1993-94; in 1994-95 PERSONAL FOULS Game: 36 by Morris Harvey, 2/18/78 High Season: 744 in 2013-14 Low Season: 447 in 2000-01

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WVU COLISEUM POINTS 38 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 36 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 36 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 35 Cathy Parson...........................Glenville State - 12/12/81 35 Christie Lambert.................................. Temple - 1/28/95 34 Donna Abbott....................George Washington - 1/29/90 34 Talisha Hargis.................................Providence - 2/10/96 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 Kate Bulger..............................Robert Morris - 12/30/01 33 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 FIELD GOALS MADE 16 Mary Hennen...........................................Salem - 2/9/76 16 Cathy Parson...........................Glenville State - 12/12/81 15 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 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 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................... Pitt - 1/21/91 14 Kate Bulger..............................Robert Morris - 12/30/01 14 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 13 Olayinka Sanni......................Kennesaw State - 12/21/05 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 13 Bria Holmes...................................Duquesne - 12/10/14 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 28 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/18/05 28 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 27 Alexis Basil.......................................... Temple - 1/26/85 27 Alexis Basil.........................................Stanford - 12/4/86 27 Bria Holmes........................................... Temple - 4/1/15 26 Christal Caldwell................................ Oklahoma - 2/3/13 26 Mary Hennen...........................................Salem - 2/9/76 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 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) 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 .900 (9/10) Sherell Sowho............ Northwestern - 11/22/04 .875 (14/16) Rosemary Kosiorek.................... Pitt - 12/21/91 .857 (12/14) Meg Bulger......................Providence - 2/22/05 .800 (8/10) Maria Tchobanova................. Villanova - 1/5/99 .800 (12/15) Olayinka Sanni..........St. Francis, Pa. - 12/30/06 .786 (11/14) Rosemary Kosiorek.......Robert Morris - 2/22/92 .769 (10/13) Jenny Hillen...............St. Bonaventure - 1/26/89 .769 (10/13) Sherell Sowho.............East Carolina - 11/23/03 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 8 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 8 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 7 Christie Lambert.................................. Temple - 1/28/95 7 Christie Lambert..................................Syracuse - 2/2/97 6 Judy Eaton..........................................Rutgers - 2/13/88 6 Christie Lambert.......................Robert Morris - 12/10/95 6 Rebecca Burbridge............................Syracuse - 1/17/98 6 Kate Bulger........................................St. John’s - 1/6/01 6 Kate Bulger............................................... Pitt - 1/19/02 6 Kate Bulger.................................... Notre Dame - 1/8/03 6 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 6 Kate Bulger................................Robert Morris - 12/6/03

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 18 Christie Lambert.................................. Temple - 1/28/95 18 Christie Lambert..................................Syracuse - 2/2/97 16 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 16 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 13 Christie Lambert..................................Rutgers - 2/16/95 13 Christie Lambert....................................Miami - 1/22/97 13 Takisha Granberry...............................Cincinnati - 1/7/09 13 Liz Repella...................................Coppin State - 3/19/09 13 Taylor Palmer............................... Georgetown - 1/24/12 12 LaQuita Owens................................ Seton Hall - 1/16/07 12 Liz Repella..................................... Mercyhurst - 12/3/08 12 Liz Repella...................................Santa Clara - 12/30/09 12 Bria Holmes........................ Eastern Kentucky - 11/15/14 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 att.) 1.000 (6/6) Kate Bulger..........................St. John’s - 1/6/01 1.000 (5/5) Christal Caldwell................Oklahoma - 1/18/14 .833 (5/6) Meg Bulger...........UNC-Greensboro - 11/19/04 .800 (4/5) Christie Lambert.........Boston College - 12/2/95 .800 (4/5) Kate Glusko......................Providence - 2/22/05 .800 (4/5) Meg Bulger.......................Duquesne - 12/7/07 .800 (4/5) LaQuita Owens............Rhode Island - 11/24/07 .800 (4/5) LaQuita Owens..........St. Bonaventure - 12/1/07 .800 (4/5) Liz Repella..................................Elon - 12/2/10 .800 (4/5) Teana Muldrow......... Oklahoma State - 2/27/16 FREE THROWS MADE 19 Georgeann Wells..............................Penn State - 2/8/86 15 Jenny Hillen....................................Penn State - 1/30/88 14 Jenny Hillen........................................... Akron - 12/7/87 14 Donna Abbott....................George Washington - 1/29/90 14 Talisha Hargis.................................Providence - 2/10/96 14 Talisha Hargis................................Ohio State - 12/16/97 12 Cindy Winegar.......................................Towson - 2/2/79 12 Jenny Hillen....................... Western Kentucky - 12/18/88 12 Talisha Hargis........................................ Ohio - 12/30/96 12 Yolanda Paige......................................Rutgers - 1/12/02 12 Yolanda Paige...................................St. John’s - 3/21/05 12 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 20 Georgeann Wells..............................Penn State - 2/8/86 18 Talisha Hargis.................................Providence - 2/10/96 17 Talisha Hargis................................Ohio State - 12/16/97 17 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 16 Pat Hovorka......................................... Edinboro - 2/6/80 16 Olivia Bradley......................................Howard - 2/18/82 16 Jenny Hillen....................................Penn State - 1/30/88 16 Donna Abbott....................George Washington - 1/29/90 16 Talisha Hargis.............................................. Pitt - 1/4/96 16 Talisha Hargis........................................ Ohio - 12/30/96 16 Olayinka Sanni................................Providence - 1/13/07 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) 1.000 (14/14) Jenny Hillen............................. Akron - 12/7/87 1.000 (12/12) Cindy Winegar.........................Towson - 2/2/79 1.000 (12/12) Yolanda Paige.....................St. John’s - 3/21/05 1.000 (10/10) Jenny Hillen...............St. Bonaventure - 1/10/87 1.000 (10/10) Rebecca Burbridge....... Georgetown - 12/12/98 1.000 (10/10) Linda Stepney....................Oklahoma - 1/18/14 .950 (19/20) Georgeann Wells.................Penn State - 2/8/86 .938 (15/16) Jenny Hillen......................Penn State - 1/30/88 .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 .909 (10/11) Asya Bussie........................Providence - 2/1/11 REBOUNDS 28 Olivia Bradley...................................... Temple - 1/26/85 25 Olivia Bradley................................Rhode Island - 2/9/85 24 Mary Hennen....................................Shepherd - 1/26/76 24 Lanay Montgomery................................ Temple - 4/1/15 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 - 2/25/83 20 Olivia Bradley...................................... Akron - 11/29/83 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 12 Donna Abbott..............................Rhode Island - 2/15/92 10 Mary Hennen................................West Liberty - 2/11/76 10 Kim Brown........................................ Duquesne - 2/6/88 9 Leslie Sergy........................................ Seton Hill - 2/1/75 9 Joanne Herald.......................... Fairmont State - 2/19/75 9 Donna Abbott..................................Duquesne - 2/11/89 9 Donna Abbott....................George Washington - 1/29/90 9 Donna Abbott..............................Saint Joseph’s - 2/2/91 9 Lanay Montgomery................................Baylor - 1/10/15 9 Lanay Montgomery................. Morehead State - 12/5/15 9 Arielle Roberson..............................Iowa State - 2/10/16 ASSISTS 18 Yolanda Paige........................... Northwestern - 11/22/04 17 Yolanda Paige..................................Longwood - 12/1/04 14 Yolanda Paige............................Coppin State - 11/30/02 14 Yolanda Paige........................................Miami - 2/15/03 14 Yolanda Paige........................ UNC Greesboro - 11/19/04 13 Yolanda Paige............................................ Pitt - 1/19/02 13 Yolanda Paige..................................Duquesne - 12/4/04 13 Yolanda Paige....................................Syracuse - 1/26/05 12 Rosemary Kosiorek................................ Temple - 3/6/91 12 Linda Stepney ................... Saint Francis, Pa. - 12/29/14 STEALS 11 Maria Tchobanova....................................... Pitt - 1/4/96 10 Talisha Hargis......................................Rutgers - 2/16/95 9 Cindy (Sam) Booth..................... Morris Harvey - 1/25/75 9 Sarah Miles................ Central Connecticut State - 1/2/11 8 Cindy (Sam) Booth........................West Liberty - 2/11/75 8 Alexis Basil...............................Massachusetts - 1/19/87 8 Jenny Hillen..............................Massachusetts - 2/23/89 8 Christie Ammons......................Robert Morris - 12/10/95 8 Maria Tchobanova.................................Miami - 1/22/97 15 times 7 BLOCKED SHOTS 12 Georgeann Wells.......................Rhode Island - 11/25/85 9 Georgeann Wells........ Washington & Jefferson - 2/23/83 9 Georgeann Wells..............................Penn State - 2/2/84 9 Georgeann Wells....................................... Pitt - 12/5/84 9 Lanay Montgomery......................Kansas State - 1/21/15 8 Georgeann Wells......................Massachusetts - 2/20/86 8 Georgeann Wells.........................Saint Joseph’s - 3/1/86 8 Georgeann Wells...................................Rutgers - 3/7/86 8 Lanay Montgomery................................ Temple - 4/1/15 7 Olivia Bradley.................................New Mexico - 1/9/82 7 Georgeann Wells.................................... Detroit - 2/7/83 7 Asya Bussie.....................................Marquette - 1/28/12 TURNOVERS 11 Cindy Winegar............................. Virginia Tech - 2/22/78 11 Betsy Shaw..............................Pitt-Johnstown - 1/26/80 10 Jean Mewshaw......................... Morris Harvey - 2/18/78 10 Alexis Basil....................................... Tennessee - 1/4/86




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Jenny Hillen.............................St. Bonaventure - 1/26/89 Christie Ammons.....................................Miami - 2/8/96 Darya Kudryavtseva......................... Seton Hall - 1/28/01 Carol Mousseau................................ Marshall - 2/21/75 Cindy Winegar................................... Marshall - 1/10/79 Laurie Evans.................. Pittsburgh-Johnstown - 1/26/80 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................. Pitt - 12/30/88 Shannon Monahan......................Rhode Island - 2/27/93 Mandy Ronay..................................Connecticut - 2/4/98 Maria Tchobanova.......Virginia Commonwealth - 12/5/98 Maria Tchobanova........................ Notre Dame - 2/20/99 Brandi Batch...................................... Florida - 11/20/00

MINUTES PLAYED 48 Georgeann Wells................................. Temple - 1/26/85 48 Alexis Basil.......................................... Temple - 1/26/85 46 Lisa Ribble.......................................... Temple - 1/26/85 45 Sherell Sowho................................ Georgetown - 2/6/02 45 Yolanda Paige................................. Georgetown - 2/6/02 45 Kate Bulger.................................... Georgetown - 2/6/02 45 Sherell Sowho...............Missouri-Kansas City - 12/30/03 45 Yolanda Paige................Missouri-Kansas City - 12/30/03 45 Bria Holmes..............................................Texas - 3/1/15 45 Averee Fields............................................Texas - 3/1/15 TRIPLE DOUBLES Georgeann Wells: 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks, Rhode Island - 11/25/85 Dionne Morris : 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists, St. Bonaventure - 12/21/87

Percentage (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (13-13) by Olayinka Sanni vs. Kennesaw State, 12/21/05 FREE THROWS Made: 19 by Georgeann Wells vs. Penn State, 2/8/86 Attempted: 20 by Georgeann Wells vs. Penn State, 2/8/86 Best Percentage (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (14/14) by Jenny Hillen vs. Akron, 12/7/87; (12/12) by Cindy Winegar vs. Towson, 2/2/79; (12/12) by Yolanda Paige vs. St. John’s, 3/21/05; (10/10) by Jenny Hillen vs. St. Bonaventure, 1/10/87; (10/10) by Rebecca Burbridge vs. Georgetown, 12/12/98 3-POINT FIELD GOALS Made: 8 by Meg Bulger vs. Cleveland State, 12/19/05; 8 by Taylor Palmer vs. Youngstown State, 11/11/11 Attempted: 18 by by Christie Lambert vs. Syracuse, 2/2/97; Christie Lambert vs. Temple, 1/28/95 Best Percentage (min. 5 att): 1.000 (6/6) by Kate Bulger vs. St. John’s, 1/6/01

REBOUNDS Most: 89 vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 2/3/76 Offensive: 49 vs. Shepherd, 1/26/76 ASSISTS Most: 32 vs. Indiana State, 11/23/94 STEALS Most: 37 vs. Salem, 1/29/76 BLOCKED SHOTS Most: 22 vs. Marshall, 12/3/83 TURNOVERS Most: 44 vs. Pitt, 1/17/76 PERSONAL FOULS Most: 36 vs. George Washington, 1/23/88

REBOUNDS Most: 28 by Olivia Bradley vs. Temple, 1/26/85 Most Offensive: 16 by Mary Hennen vs. Shepherd, 1/26/76 ASSISTS Most: 18 by Yolanda Paige vs. Northwestern, 11/22/04 STEALS Most: 11 by Maria Tchobanova vs. Pitt, 1/4/96

Largest Crowds AT THE WVU COLISEUM 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

13,447 vs. Baylor, 3/2/13 8,307 vs. DePaul, 2/16/08 8,268 vs. Clemson, 3/21/92 8,025 vs. Pitt, 2/5/11 7,000 vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82 6,754 vs. Georgetown, 2/14/10 6,516 vs. DePaul, 2/18/12 6,299 vs. Loyola Maryland, 11/12/10* 6,232 vs. USF, 2/21/09 6,161 vs. TCU, 2/16/14 5,855 vs. Connecticut, 2/8/11 5,080 vs. Oklahoma State, 2/27/16 5,052 vs. Kansas, 3/4/14 4,555 vs. USF, 1/22/11 4,537 vs. Louisville, 2/4/12 4,485 vs. Marquette, 2/27/10 4,328 vs. Kansas State, 2/6/16 4,303 vs. Texas, 3/1/15 4,206 vs. Penn State, 2/23/91* 4,168 vs. Baylor, 1/30/16

30 POINT GAMES 38 Meg Bulger...........................Cleveland State - 12/19/05 36 Kate Bulger.......................................Syracuse - 2/26/03 36 Bria Holmes...................................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 35 Cathy Parson...........................Glenville State - 12/12/81 35 Christie Lambert.................................. Temple - 1/28/95 34 Donna Abbott....................George Washington - 1/29/90 34 Talisha Hargis.................................Providence - 2/10/96 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 Kate Bulger..............................Robert Morris - 12/30/01 33 Taylor Palmer.................... Youngstown State - 11/11/11 32 Donna Abbott..................................Duquesne - 2/11/89 32 Talisha Hargis..............................Rhode Island - 1/10/95 32 Madina Ali.........................................Syracuse - 1/15/11 32 Bria Holmes....................................Evansville - 11/26/14 31 Rosemary Kosiorek......................Saint Joseph’s - 1/9/92 31 Talisha Hargis......................... Bowling Green - 12/13/97 31 Bria Holmes...................................Kansas State - 2/8/14 30 J.D. Drummonds....................................... Pitt - 1/14/81 30 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................Rutgers - 2/28/91 30 Meg Bulger.....................................Duquesne - 12/4/04 30 Meg Bulger..................................... Seton Hall - 1/15/05 30 Bria Holmes................................................TCU - 2/4/15 30 Bria Holmes..............................................TCU - 2/24/16

BLOCKS Most: 12 by Georgeann Wells vs. Rhode Island, 11/25/85

POINTS Most in a Half: 26 by Meg Bulger vs. Cleveland State, 12/19/05 Most in a Game: 38 by Meg Bulger vs. Cleveland State, 12/19/05

3-POINT FIELD GOALS Made: 16 vs. Providence, 1/21/98 Attempted: 36 vs. Liberty, 11/25/00 Percentage (min. 10 att.): .636 (7/11) vs. Rhode Island, 2/27/93; vs. Towson, 11/20/00

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FIELD GOALS Made: 16 by Mary Hennen vs. Salem, 2/9/76; Cathy Parson vs. Glenville State, 12/12/81 Attempted: 28 by Meg Bulger vs. Cleveland State, 12/19/05; Kate Bulger vs. Syracuse, 2/26/03

FREE THROWS Made: 37 vs. Northern Illinois, 12/29/90 Attempted: 45 vs. Northern Illinois, 12/29/90 Percentage (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (22/22) vs. Boston College, 2/27/01

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TURNOVERS Most: 11 by Betsy Shaw vs. Pitt-Johnstown, 1/26/80; by Cindy Winegar vs. Virginia Tech, 11/22/78 MINUTES PLAYED Most: 48 by Georgeann Wells vs. Temple, 1/26/85; by Alexis Basil vs. Temple, 1/26/85 Triple Doubles: 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks by Georgeann Wells vs. Rhode Island, 11/25/85; 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists by Dionne Morris vs. St. Bonaventure, 12/21/87 TEAM POINTS Most: 131 vs. Indiana (Pa.), 12/7/82 Fewest: 30 vs. Seton Hall, 2/2/74 Most in a Half: 63 vs. Coppin State, 11/16/15 Fewest in a Half: 13 vs. Oklahoma State, 2/18/15 Most Two Teams: 192 (93-99) vs. Syracuse, 1/17/98 Lowest Two Teams: 62 (30-32) vs. Seton Hall, 2/2/74 Margin of Victory: 87 vs. Indiana (Pa.), 12/7/82 FIELD GOALS Made: 52 vs. Indiana (Pa.), 12/7/82 Attempted: 106 vs. Salem, 2/9/76; vs. West Liberty, 2/11/76 Percentage: .655 (38/58) vs. Providence, 2/22/05

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Opponent Individual Game Records (Coliseum) POINTS 48 Odyssey Sims (Baylor)...........................................1/8/14 42 Sue Wicks (Rutgers)............................................2/13/88 36 Kahadeejah Herbert (Penn State).........................2/16/85 36 Brittany Chambers (Kansas State)........................2/26/13 35 Saundra Fullen (Marshall)....................................1/10/79 35 Brandi McCain (Florida).....................................11/29/00 34 Karen Hiznay (Villanova)......................................2/10/78 34 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State)...........................1/7/81 34 Holly Porter (Boston College)...............................12/2/95 33 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State).......................12/27/80 33 Jessalyn Deveny (Boston College)..........................1/2/05 FIELD GOALS MADE 16 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State)...........................1/7/81 16 Sue Wicks (Rutgers)............................................2/13/88 15 Karen Hiznay (Villanova)......................................2/10/78 14 Saundra Fullen (Marshall)....................................1/10/79 14 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State).........................2/27/80 14 Kahadeejah Herbert (Penn State).........................2/16/85 14 Octavia Blue (Miami)...........................................2/24/98 14 Brittany Chambers (Kansas State)........................2/26/13 14 Odyssey Sims (Baylor)...........................................1/8/14 13 Lorrie Lawrence (Rutgers)...................................2/28/83 12 11 Players FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 37 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State)...........................1/7/81 32 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State).........................2/27/80 29 Odyssey Sims (Baylor)...........................................1/8/14 27 Lisa Britt (Pitt-Johnstown)...................................12/6/78 27 June Walton (Morgan State)................................12/3/79 27 Jennifer Bruce (Pitt)............................................12/5/84 27 Darcie Vincent (Duquesne)..................................2/11/90 26 Lynn Taylor (Shepherd)........................................1/26/76 26 Karen Henry (Marshall)........................................2/25/81 26 Sue Wicks (Rutgers)............................................2/13/88 26 Cheron Wells (Clemson)......................................3/22/92 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) .900 (9/10) Susan Blauser (Rutgers)..........................1/4/97 .846 (11/13) Michelle Campbell (Rutgers)..................2/24/04 .833 (10/12) Annetta Davis (Syracuse).......................1/17/98 .818 (9/11) Mary Petrecca (Cleveland State)............1/25/86 .818 (9/11) Julie Tennant (Salem)..........................11/29/86 .818 (9/11) Trish Juhline (Villanova).........................1/26/02 .800 (8/10) Chrystal Starling (Virginia Tech)..............2/14/01 .800 (8/10) Meghan Saake (Miami).........................2/15/03 .800 (8/10) Devereaux Peters (Notre Dame).............2/22/11 .786 (11/14) Ruth Riley (Notre Dame)........................1/24/01 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 7 Caroline DeRoose (Rutgers)...................................3/7/92 7 Chanda Hollingsworth (Wright State)..................12/19/00 7 Mauri Horton (Rutgers)........................................1/12/02 7 Trish Juhline (Villanova).......................................1/26/02 7 Alyssa Shoji (Santa Clara)..................................12/30/09 7 Tabatha Richardson-Smith (Seton Hall)..............11/17/14 6 Karin Vadelund (George Washington)...................1/28/89 6 Lauren Pellicane (Villanova)...................................1/5/99

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Shawnetta Stewart (Rutgers)...............................2/23/99 Brandi McCain (Florida).....................................11/29/00 La’Sheala Dawson (Robert Morris).....................11/30/05 Brittany Chambers (Kansas State)........................2/26/13 Odyssey Sims.......................................................1/8/14 Ataira Franklin (Virginia)....................................11/24/13

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 16 Chanda Hollingsworth (Wright State)..................12/19/00 16 Mauri Horton (Rutgers)........................................1/12/02 14 Brandi McCain (Florida).....................................11/29/00 14 Cotelia Bond-Young (Wake Forest).......................3/24/05 13 Mary Lisicky (Georgetown)....................................2/6/02 13 Zahna Medley (TCU)...........................................2/16/14 13 Kindred Wesemann (Kansas State)........................2/6/16 12 Jill McGowan (Towson)......................................11/20/00 12 Jennifer Jackson (East Carolina)........................11/23/03 12 Alyssa Shoji (Santa Clara)..................................12/30/09 12 Shoni Schimmel (Louisville)...................................2/4/12 12 Aaryn Ellenberg (Oklahoma)................................1/18/14 12 Tabatha Richardson-Smith (Seotn Hall)..............11/17/14 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 att.) 1.000 (5/5) Yvonne Wilson (St. John’s).....................1/15/97 1.000 (5/5) Krystal Ellis (Marquette).........................1/21/06 .875 (7/8) Trish Juhline (Villanova).........................1/26/02 .833 (5/6) Beth Record (Syracuse)...........................2/2/01 .833 (5/6) Taneisha Harrison (Pitt)...........................2/5/11 .800 (4/5) Roni Hergenroeder (St. Bonaventure)...12/21/87 .800 (4/5) Jaime James (Syracuse).........................2/2/01 .800 (4/5) Danielle Kamm (Marquette)...................1/21/06 .800 (4/5) Rachel Roberts (Villanova).......................1/7/12 .800 (4/5) Emily Leer (Villanova)..............................1/7/12 .800 (4/5) H. Christofferson (Iowa State)................1/26/13 FREE THROWS MADE 14 Libby Bush (West Virginia Wesleyan)....................12/6/77 14 Odyssey Sims (Baylor)...........................................1/8/14 12 Kathy Ridilla (Duquesne)........................................2/6/88 12 Jessalyn Deveny (Boston College)..........................1/2/05 11 Peggy Simcic (Duquesne)......................................2/2/80 11 Val Gorman (Rhode Island)..................................2/25/89 11 Katie Curry (St. Joseph’s)....................................1/23/93 11 Caroline McCombs (Youngstown State)..............11/23/96 11 Sylita Thomas (Georgetown)..................................1/3/98 11 Kia Wright (St. John’s).........................................3/21/05 11 Angel McCoughtry (Louisville)................................3/1/08 11 Becky Fernandes (Longwood) ...........................12/30/08 11 Monique Reid (Louisville).....................................1/30/10 11 Jasmine Crew (Seton Hall)..................................1/10/12 11 Ka-Deidre Simmons (Seton Hall)........................11/17/14 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 18 Libby Bush (West Virginia Wesleyan)....................12/6/77 17 Odyssey Sims (Baylor)...........................................1/8/14 16 Regina Howard (Rutgers).......................................2/9/87 16 Becky Fernandes (Longwood) ...........................12/30/08 15 Peggy Simcic (Duquesne)......................................2/2/80 15 Kathy Ridilla (Duquesne)........................................2/6/88 15 Tanya Hansen (Rutgers)......................................1/18/90

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Patti Bucklew (Slippery Rock)................................1/5/78 Sue Shay (St. Bonaventure).................................1/26/89 Kia Wright (St. John’s).........................................3/21/05 Ka-Deidre Simmons (Seton Hall)........................11/17/14

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) 1.000 (12/12) Jessalyn Deveny (Boston College)............1/2/05 1.000 (11/11) Sylita Thomas (Georgetown)....................1/3/98 1.000 (11/11) Monique Reid (Louisville).......................1/30/10 1.000 (10/10) Armelia Horton (St. Bonaventure).........11/18/11 1.000 (10/10) Daeisha Brown (Longwood).................12/16/15 .917 (11/12) Val Gorman (Rhode Island)....................2/25/89 .917 (11/12) Caroline McCombs (Youngstown State).11/23/96 .917 (11/12) Angel McCoughtry (Louisville)..................3/1/08 .909 (10/11) Tracey Earley (George Washington)........2/12/87 .846 (11/13) Katie Curry (St. Joseph’s)......................1/23/93 .824 (14/17) Odyssey Sims.........................................1/8/14 REBOUNDS 34 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State).........................2/27/80 23 Darlene Sexton (Slippery Rock)............................2/17/79 22 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State)...........................1/7/81 21 Marilyn Stephens (Temple)....................................2/7/81 20 Michele Washington (Rhode Island)...................11/25/85 19 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State)...........................2/4/78 18 Karen Mays (Morris Harvey)................................2/18/78 18 Peg Bunger (Virginia Tech)..................................2/22/78 18 Vicky Picott (Rutgers)..........................................1/12/89 18 Rebekkah Brunson (Georgetown)...........................2/6/02 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 11 Regina Howard (Rutgers).......................................2/9/87 10 Tanya Hansen (Rutgers)......................................1/18/90 10 Rebekkah Brunson (Georgetown)...........................2/6/02 10 Swin Cash (Connecticut).....................................2/26/02 10 Liz Obrecht (Missouri-Kansas City)....................12/30/03 9 Kathy Ridilla (Duquesne)........................................2/6/88 9 Michelle Clark (Western Kentucky).....................12/18/88 9 Margarete Rougier (Temple)................................1/25/93 9 Charlotta Jones (Bowling Green)........................12/13/97 9 Shavonder Clarke (Kennesaw State)..................12/21/05 ASSISTS 14 Christel Zullo (Massachusetts).............................1/14/88 14 Roddricka Patton (Oklahoma State)......................2/18/15 13 Liz Hanson (Rutgers).............................................1/8/94 13 Dayna Smith (Rhode Island).................................1/10/95 13 Gina Graziani (Miami)..........................................1/22/97 12 Michelle Bouldin (Duquesne).................................3/5/94 11 Tasha Pointer (Rutgers).......................................2/23/99 10 Kelly Corcoran (Salem)......................................11/29/86 10 Ellen Clark (St. Joseph’s).....................................2/24/87 10 Raquel Nurse (Syracuse).......................................2/2/97 10 Julie McBride (Syracuse).......................................2/2/01 10 Lisa Guarneri (Virginia Tech)................................2/14/01 STEALS 12 Charlisse Sampson (Kansas).................................2/2/94 8 Cindy Packman (Youngstown State).....................2/27/80 8 Debbie Black (St. Joseph’s).................................2/11/88 7 Janet Malouf (Rutgers)..........................................2/9/87






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Suzie McConnell (Penn State)..............................1/30/88 Carol Morton (Pitt).............................................12/21/91 Kristin McArdle (George Washington).....................2/8/92 Nykesha Sales (Connecticut).................................2/4/98 Rochelle Luckett (Virginia Commonwealth)...........12/5/98 Anna Freeman (Appalachian State)....................12/28/12 Jocelyn Floyd (Duquesne)..................................12/20/12

BLOCKED SHOTS 10 Brittney Griner (Baylor)..........................................3/2/13 7 Tina Skidmore (Edinboro)......................................2/6/80 7 Tanya Hansen (Rutgers)......................................1/18/90 7 Jessica Lawson (USF).........................................2/21/09 6 Toni Young (Oklahoma State)...............................2/13/13 6 Imani Boyette (Texas)........................................12/30/15 5 Claudia Eaton (Howard).......................................2/18/82 5 Kathy Ridilla (Duquesne)......................................1/11/98 5 Tanya Hansen (Rutgers)......................................2/28/91 5 LaTonya McGhee (Florida).....................................1/5/93 5 Vaida Sipaviciute (Syracuse)................................1/26/05 5 Mackenzie Maier (High Point)..............................12/4/10 5 Stefanie Dolson (Connecticut)................................2/8/11 TURNOVERS 16 Noelle Chiodo (Robert Morris)..............................2/22/92 14 Karin Vadelund (George Washington)...................1/28/89 12 Rachel Mathena (Robert Morris)..........................2/22/92 11 Peri Powell (Steubenville)....................................1/10/81 11 Sue Cox (Duquesne)...........................................1/20/82 11 Darcie Vincent (Duquesne)....................................2/4/92 11 Shantel Brown (Seton Hall)....................................2/4/09 11 Ali Ford (Elon).....................................................12/2/10 10 Vicki Lawrence (Youngstown State)......................2/27/80 10 Terri Moore (Cleveland State)...............................1/24/85 10 Amy Rooks (St. Bonaventure)............................12/19/92 10 Stacey Ritter (Robert Morris)..............................12/10/95 10 Gina Montesano (Pitt)............................................1/4/96 10 Mimi Ritter (Georgetown).......................................1/3/98 10 Toni Branson (Robert Morris).............................12/30/01 10 Kaitlin Moore (Presbyterian)...............................12/15/07 10 Skylar Diggins (Notre Dame)................................2/22/11 MINUTES PLAYED 50 Lynn Ust (Rutgers)..............................................1/18/90 48 Theresa Govens (Temple)....................................1/26/85 48 Mimi Carroll (Temple)..........................................1/26/85 47 Erin Cowley (Temple)...........................................1/26/85 47 Tanya Hansen (Rutgers)......................................1/18/90 47 Suzanne Cooper (Rutgers)...................................1/18/90 45 Kathy Marshall (George Washington)....................2/25/82 45 Leslie Bond (George Washington)........................2/25/82 45 Stacy Dean (Temple)...........................................1/26/85 45 LaTonya Johnson (Rutgers).................................1/18/90 45 Julie McBride (Syracuse).....................................2/26/03 45 Sam Quigley (DePaul)...........................................1/9/10 TRIPLE DOUBLES Brittney Griner of Baylor: 28 points, 10 reb., 10 blocks, March 2, 2013

30-POINT GAMES 48 Odyssey Sims (Baylor)...........................................1/8/14 42 Sue Wicks (Rutgers)............................................2/13/88 36 Kahadeejah Herbert (Penn State).........................2/16/85 36 Brittany Chambers..............................................2/26/13 35 Saundra Fullen (Marshall)....................................1/10/79 35 Brandi McCain (Florida).....................................11/29/90 34 Karen Hiznay (Villanova)......................................2/10/78 34 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State)...........................1/7/81 34 Holly Porter (Boston College)...............................12/2/95 33 Wanda Grant (Youngstown State).........................2/27/80 33 Jessalyn Deveny (Boston College)..........................2/2/05 32 Regina Howard (Rutgers).......................................2/9/87 32 Tabatha Richardson-Smith (Seton Hall)..............11/17/14 31 Octavia Blue (Miami)...........................................2/24/98 30 Libby Bush (West Virginia Wesleyan)....................12/6/77 30 Lorrie Lawrence (Rutgers).................................12/28/83 30 Dale Hodges (St. Joseph’s)..................................1/14/89 30 Cowley (Youngstown State).................................12/1/92 30 Jen Ricco (Temple).............................................2/12/94 30 Liz Hauger (Youngstown State)..........................11/23/96 30 Beth Record (Syracuse).........................................2/2/01 30 Taneisha Harrison (Pitt).........................................2/5/11 INDIVIDUAL POINTS Half: 30 by Beth Record of Syracuse, 2/3/01 Game: 48 by Odyssey Sims of Baylor, 1/8/14 INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOALS Game Made: 16 by Wanda Grant of Youngstown State, 1/7/81; Sue Wicks of Rutgers, 2/13/88 Game Attempted: 37 by Wanda Grant of Youngstown State, 1/7/81 Game Pct: (min. 10 att.): .900 (9/10) by Susan Blauser of Rutgers, 1/4/97 INDIVIDUAL 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game Made: 7 by Caroline DeRoose of Rutgers, 3/7/92; Chanda Hollingsworth of Wright State, 12/19/00; Mauri Horton of Rutgers, 1/12/02; Trish Juhline of Villanova, 1/26/02; Alyssa Shoji of Santa Clara, 12/30/09; by Tabatha Richardson-Smith of Seton Hall, 11/17/14 Game Attempted: 16 by Chanda Hollingsworth of Wright State, 12/19/00; Mauri Horton of Rutgers, 1/12/02 Game Pct (min 5 att.): 1.000 (5/5) by Yvonne Wilson of St. John’s, 1/15/97 INDIVIDUAL FREE THROWS Game Made: 14 by Libby Bush of West Virginia Wesleyan, 12/6/77; Odyssey Sims of Baylor, 1/8/14 Game Attempted: 18 by Libby Bush of West Virginia Wesleyan, 12/6/77 Game Pct (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (10/10) by Daeisha Brown of Longwood, 12/16/15; Armelia Horton of St. Bonaventure, 11/18/11; (12/12) by Jessalyn Deveny of Boston College, 1/2/05; (11/11) by Sylita Thomas of Georgetown, 1/3/98

INDIVIDUAL ASSISTS Game: 14 by Chrstel Zullo of Massachusetts, 1/14/88; Roddricka Patton of Oklahoma State, 2/18/15 INDIVIDUAL STEALS Game: 12 by Charlisse Sampson of Kansas, 1/2/94 BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 10 by Brittney Griner of Baylor University, 3/2/13 TURNOVERS Game: 16 by Noelle Chiodo of Robert Morris, 2/22/92 MINUTES PLAYED Game: 50 by Lynn Ust of Rutgers, 1/18/90 TRIPLE DOUBLES Brittney Griner of Baylor: 28 points, 10 reb., 10 blocks, 3/2/13 TEAM POINTS Most: 101 by Rutgers, 1/8/94 Fewest: 24 by North Carolina Central, 11/20/11 Most In a Half: 58 by Youngstown State, 12/1/92 Fewest In a Half: 9 by North Florida, 12/10/11 FIELD GOALS Made: 47 by East Carolina, 1/21/81 Attempted: 104 by East Carolina, 1/21/81 Percentage: .679 (36/53) by St. Joseph’s, 2/24/87 3-POINT FIELD GOALS Made: 18 by Villanova, 1/3/01 Attempted: 37 by St. John’s, 1/6/01 Percentage: .833 (5/6) by St. Bonaventure, 2/4/91 FREE THROWS Made: 41 by George Washington, 1/23/88 Attempted: 50 by George Washington, 1/23/88 Percentage (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (24/24) by Maine, 3/18/05; (18/18) by Boston College, 1/2/05; (17/17) by Boston College, 2/14/04 REBOUNDS Most: 84 by Central Michigan, 3/11/76 Offensive: 33 by Rutgers, 1/18/90 ASSISTS Most: 36 by Washington, 11/26/93 STEALS Most: 29 by Glenville State, 1/17/83 BLOCKED SHOTS Most: 15 by Rutgers, 1/3/87 TURNOVERS Most: 49 by McMaster, 12/29/80 PERSONAL FOULS Most: 36 by Morris Harvey, 2/18/78

INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDS Game: 34 by Wanda Grant of Youngstown State, 2/27/80 Offensive: 11 by Regina Howard of Rutgers, 2/9/87

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The Last Time INDIVIDUAL Scored 35 or more points: 36 by Bria Holmes vs. Seton Hall, 11-17-14 Scored 30 or more points:  30 by Bria Holmes vs. TCU, 2-24-16 Scored 25 or more points:  26 by Bria Holmes vs. Princeton, 3-18-16 Had 25 or more rebounds:  28 by Olivia Bradley vs. Temple, 1-26-85 Had 20 or more rebounds:  24 by Lanay Montgomery vs. Temple, 4-1-15 Had 15 or more rebounds:  17 by Arielle Roberson and 15 by Lanay Montgomery vs. Iowa State, 2-10-16 Had nine or more offensive rebounds: 9 by Arielle Roberson vs. Iowa State, 2-10-16 Had 18 or more assists:  18 by Yolanda Paige vs. Northwestern, 11-22-04 Had 15 or more assists:  17 by Yolanda Paige vs. Longwood, 12-1-04 Had 10 or more assists:  10 by Bria Holmes vs. Marshall, 12-13-15 Had 10 or more steals:  11 by Maria Tchobanova vs. Pitt, 1-4-96 Had 10 or more blocks:  11 by Georgeann Wells vs. Massachusetts, 3-1-85 Had 5 or more blocks:  5 by Lanay Montgomery at Ohio State, 3-20-16 Recorded at least 30 points and 15 rebounds:  35-19 by Georgeann Wells vs. Marshall, 12-22-84 Recorded at least 30 points and 10 rebounds:  32-10 by Madina Ali vs. Syracuse, 1-15-11 Recorded at least 20 points and 15 rebounds 21-15 by Averee Fields vs. Seton Hall, 11-17-14 Recorded at least 20 points and 10 rebounds:  21-10 by Teana Muldrow at TCU, 1-24-16 Recorded at least 20 points and 15 assists:  22-15

by Rosemary Kosiorek vs. Duquesne, 2-24-92 Recorded at least 20 points and 10 assists: 20-11 by Yolanda Paige at Boston College, 1-20-05 Recorded a triple double:  12 pts, 11 rebs., 10 asst. by Dionne Morris vs. St. Bonaventure, 12-21-87 Recorded two consecutive doubledoubles: Averee Fields, 2-1-15 & 2-4-15 Recorded three consecutive doubledoubles:  Korinne Campbell, 2-16-10 to 2-23-10 Recorded back-to-back 30-point games:  Meg Bulger vs. Marshall (36), 1-11-05   vs. Seton Hall (30), 1-15-05 Had five consecutive 20-point games:  Rosemary Kosiorek, 1-22-92 to 2-4-92 Had four consecutive 20-point games:  Meg Bulger, 1-8-05 to 1-20-05 Had three consecutive 20-point games:  Bria Holmes, 12-29-14 to 1-7-15 Had two consecutive 20-point games: Bria Holmes, 3-18-16 to 3-20-16 Two players scored 20 points in a game:  Bria Holmes (27) & Tynice Martin (20) vs. Oklahoma State, 2-27-16 Three players scored 20 points in a game:  Jessica Morton (26), Bria Holmes (24) & Teana Muldrow (21) at TCU, 1-24-16 Two players recorded double-doubles in a game:  Lanay Montgomery (13p/12r) & Bria Holmes (12p/10a) vs. Marshall, 12-13-15 TEAM Scored 100 points:  101 vs. Saint Francis, 12-29-14 Gave up 100 points:  100 vs. Connecticut, 3-2-04 Won by 50 or more points:  55 vs. Saint Francis, 12-29-14 Lost by 50 or more points:  63 vs. Connecticut, 2-20-01 Won by 40 or more points:  49 vs.

Fairleigh Dickinson, 12-6-15 Lost by 40 or more points: 40 at Ohio State, 12-22-14 Won by 30 or more points:  34 vs. Oklahoma State, 2-27-16 Lost by 30 or more points:  31 vs. Baylor, 3-2-13 Won by 20 or more points:  25 at Iowa State, 3-1-16 Lost by 20 or more points:  23 at No. 8/7 Texas, 2-21-16 Won after trailing by 10 or more points: vs. TCU, won 83-72 after trailing by 13 in the third quarter, 2-24-16 Won 10 or more consecutive games:   13, 11-15-13 to 1-4-14 Won 10 or more consecutive home games: 16, 1-12-14 to 1-10-15 Lost five or more consecutive games:  8, 2-4-06 to 2-28-06 Played before 5,000 or more people: 5,080 vs. Oklahoma State, 2-27-16 Played before 10,000 or more people:  10,213 at Iowa State, 3-1-16 West Virginia beat a Top 25 team at home: WVU 82, No. 22 Oklahoma State 48, 2-27-16 West Virginia beat a Top 10 team at home: No. 12 WVU 63, No. 4 Rutgers 54, 1-29-08 West Virginia beat a Top 25 team away from home: WVU 61, No. 21/20 Oklahoma State 49, 1-17-15 West Virginia beat a Top 10 team away from home: No. 11/10 WVU 71, No. 6/5 Baylor 69, 3-2-14 West Virginia was ranked in the AP Top 25: 23, 3-7-16 West Virginia was ranked in the AP Top 10: 5, 3-10-14 West Virginia was ranked in the Coaches’ Poll Top 25:  25, 4-6-16 West Virginia was ranked in the Coaches’ Poll Top 10: 7, 3-11-14 Played an overtime game: USC 78, WVU 67, 11-23-15 Played a double-overtime game: WVU 64, at Villanova 70, 1-6-07

WVU Coliseum Results 1973-74 3-9............................................................250 1974-75 8-3............................................................727 1975-76 7-4............................................................636 1976-77 11-2..........................................................846 1977-78 12-4..........................................................750 1978-79 5-5............................................................500 1979-80 6-7............................................................461 1980-81 7-3............................................................700 1981-82 14-2..........................................................875 1982-83 11-3..........................................................786 1983-84 9-1............................................................900 1984-85 8-2............................................................800 1985-86 8-3............................................................727 1986-87 9-5............................................................643 1987-88 6-6............................................................500 1988-89 8-3............................................................727

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1989-90 9-3............................................................750 1990-91 8-4............................................................667 1991-92 14-0.......................................................1.000 1992-93 7-4............................................................636 1993-94 3-8............................................................272 1994-95 3-8............................................................272 1995-96 5-6............................................................455 1996-97 8-4............................................................667 1997-98 6-6............................................................500 1998-99 7-6............................................................538 1999-00 DNP 2000-01 4-9............................................................307 2001-02 9-3............................................................750 2002-03 9-4............................................................692 2003-04 10-2..........................................................833 2004-05 14-3..........................................................824

2005-06 7-6............................................................538 2006-07 13-1..........................................................929 2007-08 11-1..........................................................917 2008-09 11-6..........................................................647 2009-10 17-0.......................................................1.000 2010-11 13-3..........................................................813 2011-12 14-3..........................................................824 2012-13 9-6............................................................600 2013-14 13-2..........................................................867 2014-15 19-3*.........................................................864 2015-16 13-2..........................................................867 Overall 388-165....................................................702 * - WVU played the 2015 Postseason WNIT Championship game at the Charleston Civic Center. The NCAA counted the game as a home event, but this game is not included in the WVU Coliseum records.




IN THE BIG 12 2012-13 TOURNAMENT Despite a 19-point halftime lead, the West Virginia women’s basketball team came out of the break cold, as Oklahoma took a 65-64 victory, handing WVU an early exit at the Philips 66 Big 12 Championship held in the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The Mountaineers led by as many as 22 points, but a 40-point second-half performance by the Sooners propelled Oklahoma to the last second victory. Junior guard Christal Caldwell was one of two Mountaineers in double figures, finishing the game with a double-double of 22 points and 11 rebounds – her first of the season. Caldwell hit all five of her 3-pointers in the first half. Junior guard Taylor Palmer was the other WVU player in double figure with 11 points, while sophomore forward Crystal Leary came off the bench to chip in eight points and six boards.

2013 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship QUARTERFINAL

Officials: Jesse Dickerson, Maj Forsberg, Brian Hall Technical fouls: West Virginia-None. Oklahoma-None. Attendance: 6056 Fouled Out: WVU #33 Dunning (7:27); OU #53 McFarland (42.1); WVU #5 Fields (26.4) Last FG: WVU 2nd-01:11, OU 2nd-02:01. Largest lead: WVU by 22 2nd-17:15, OU by 7 1st-16:30. Score tied: 6 times. Lead changed: 4 times. Score by periods 1st 2nd Total West Virginia 44 20 64 Oklahoma 25 40 65 In Off 2nd Fast Points Paint T/O Chance Break Bench WVU 22 17 15 4 15 OU 30 20 7 2 10

#6 West Virginia 64 -17-13 (9-9) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 05 Fields, Averee f 2-9 0-1 4-6 5 3 8 5 8 1 4 1 2 29 33 Dunning, Ayana c 2-7 0-1 0-2 4 3 7 5 4 1 3 0 0 23 01 Caldwell, Christal g 8-27 5-10 1-2 7 4 11 1 22 0 4 0 1 35 02 Palmer, Taylor g 4-9 3-6 0-0 0 4 4 3 11 3 1 0 0 28 22 Stepney, Linda g 1-4 1-1 1-2 0 2 2 3 4 1 3 0 0 20 04 Hampton, Brooke 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 7 12 Faulk, Darius 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 6 6 3 2 4 0 0 0 13 23 Holmes, Bria 2-6 1-5 0-0 0 1 1 1 5 2 0 1 2 17 32 Leary, Crystal 2-3 0-0 4-4 2 2 4 2 8 0 2 0 2 28 Team 0 1 1 Totals 22-66 10-24 10-16 18 27 45 26 64 15 17 2 7 200 FG % 1st Half: 15-34 44.1% 3FG % 1st Half: 8-14 57.1% FT% 1st Half: 6-11 54.5%

2nd Half: 7-32 21.9% 2nd Half: 2-10 20.0% 2nd Half: 4-5 80.0%

Game: 22-66 33.3% Game: 10-24 41.7% Game: 10-16 62.5%

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#3 Oklahoma 65 - 22-9 (11-7) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 53 McFarland, Joanna f 2-8 1-4 3-3 4 9 13 5 8 0 3 0 1 39 04 Griffin, Nicole c 6-8 0-0 4-7 1 3 4 4 16 0 0 3 1 34 03 Ellenberg, Aaryn g 4-14 2-8 2-2 0 2 2 3 12 1 2 1 2 35 10 Hook, Morgan g 2-5 0-2 0-0 0 3 3 3 4 9 4 0 1 32 24 Campbell, Sharane g 3-10 0-7 9-15 2 6 8 2 15 0 2 0 0 34 01 Kornet, Nicole 3-7 0-3 3-4 2 2 4 1 9 1 3 1 1 14 45 Hartman, Jasmine 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 12 Team 1 3 4 Totals 20-53 3-24 22-33 11 29 40 18 65 11 14 5 7 200 FG % 1st Half: 7-29 24.1% 3FG % 1st Half: 1-14 7.1% FT% 1st Half: 10-18 55.6%

2nd Half: 13-24 54.2% 2nd Half: 2-10 20.0% 2nd Half: 12-15 80.0%

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IN THE BIG 12 2013-14 TOURNAMENT Oklahoma State - 67 Game 3

Oklahoma State - 61

Iowa State - 57 Game 7

Baylor - 74

Baylor - 81 Game 4

Kansas - 87(OT) Game 1

In only its second season in the Big 12 Conference, WVU finished atop the league standings for a share of the regular-season title with Baylor. Due to tiebreaker rules, the Lady Bears earned the No. 1 seed in the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship held in Oklahoma City, while the Mountaineers entered as the No. 2 seed. WVU knocked off TCU, 67-59, in the quarterfinal round, defeated Texas, 67-60, in the semis, but fell, 7471, to Baylor in the championship final. A back-and-forth ending saw eight lead changes in the final six minutes, but an Odyssey Sims’ jumper with 53 seconds left gave Baylor the final lead. The Mountaineers (29-4) held a one-point lead with 54 seconds remaining, 69-68, but Baylor used a jumper and a pair of free throws to pull out to a three-point lead, 72-69, with 19 seconds left. With time winding down, Linda Stepney drove to the basket for two points with five seconds left. On the following possession a foul was called with four seconds left to send BU’s Niya Johnson to the free throw line, of which she converted both attempts. About 30 feet from the hoop, Stepney made one final attempt to heave the ball in, but it fell off the mark at the buzzer. The conference championship game appearance was the fourth overall in program history and the Mountaineers went in ranked higher than the Lady Bears, as WVU was ranked No. 5 and Baylor was No. 7 in the Associated Press poll. Senior center Asya Bussie and sophomore guard Bria Holmes were each named to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team following the three-game event.

2014 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship FINAL Officials: Tina Napier, Beverly Roberts, Bryan Enterline Technical fouls: West Virginia-None. BaylorNone. Attendance: 4710 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total West Virginia 32 39 71 Baylor 38 36 74

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Baylor - 65

Kansas - 47

Kansas State - 84

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BIG 12 CHAMPION West Virginia - 67 Game 5

TCU - 75 Game 2

West Virginia - 67

TCU - 59

Texas Tech - 59

Game 8

West Virginia - 71

Texas - 82 Game 6

Texas - 60

Oklahoma - 72

#2 West Virginia - 29-4 (16-2) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 05 Fields, Averee f 4-10 0-0 2-4 2 1 3 2 10 0 2 0 1 26 20 Bussie, Asya c 1-4 0-0 4-6 4 2 6 2 6 1 2 0 3 39 01 Caldwell, Christal g 2-8 0-1 2-2 1 1 2 3 6 1 5 0 0 30 22 Stepney, Linda g 4-9 0-2 2-2 2 3 5 3 10 3 0 0 0 30 23 Holmes, Bria g 8-12 4-6 4-4 1 5 6 5 24 0 2 1 2 30 02 Palmer, Taylor 3-8 1-3 0-2 1 1 2 1 7 1 1 0 1 19 04 Hampton, Brooke 1-2 0-1 2-2 0 1 1 1 4 1 3 0 0 7 12 Faulk, Darius 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 14 Harlee, Jess 0-1 0-0 2-2 0 3 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 13 32 Leary, Crystal 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 Team 1 2 3 Totals 24-55 5-13 18-24 12 19 31 19 71 7 16 1 7 200 FG% 3FG% FT%

1st Half: 11-27 40.7% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 1st Half: 7-10 70.0%

2nd Half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd Half: 2-5 40.0% 2nd Half: 11-14 78.6%

Game: 43.6% Game: 38.5% Game: 75.0%

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#1 Baylor 29-4 - (16-2) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 13 Davis, Nina f 8-11 0-0 0-0 1 4 5 4 16 0 1 1 1 28 22 Agbuke, Sune c 4-6 0-0 0-0 6 4 10 3 8 3 1 1 0 32 00 Sims, Odyssey g 6-14 1-2 6-8 3 1 4 3 19 1 5 0 1 29 02 Johnson, Niya g 5-8 0-1 9-9 0 1 1 3 19 6 3 0 3 36 14 Robertson, Makenzie g 0--6 0-5 0-0 0 3 3 1 0 1 3 0 1 34 20 Wright, Imani 2-9 1-4 0-0 1 1 2 1 5 2 1 1 0 15 24 Small, Ieshia 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 44 Higgins, Kristina 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 55 Cave, Khadijiah 3-4 0-0 1-4 2 4 6 1 7 0 0 1 0 12 Team 1 1 2 Totals 28-59 2-12 16-21 14 21 35 17 74 13 15 4 6 200 FG% 3FG% FT%

1st Half: 15-31 48.4% 1st Half: 1-7 14.3% 1st Half: 7-7 100%

2nd Half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd Half: 1-5 20.0% 2nd Half: 9-14 64.3%

Game: 47.5% Game: 16.7% Game: 76.2%

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IN THE BIG 12 2014-15 TOURNAMENT No. 4 Okla. State - 67 Game 3

No. 4 Okla. State - 52

No. 5 Iowa State - 58 Game 7

No. 1 Baylor - 75

No. 1 Baylor - 82 Game 4

No. 8 K-State - 57 Game 1

Tied at 27 in the second half, No. 7-seeded West Virginia used a 25-5 run to break away and knock off No. 10-seed Texas Tech, 59-40, in the opening round of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Unanimous All-Big 12 First Team honoree Bria Holmes led all scorers with 21 points, while senior Averee Fields contributed with 13 points and three assists. Freshman Teana Muldrow had eight rebounds and seven points in the triumph. A slow start hampered the Mountaineers, as West Virginia fell, 67-55, to No. 2-seed Oklahoma in the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship quarterfinal round. OU closed out the first half on a 23-9 run and held a 14-point lead at halftime. Three WVU players reached double figures with Bria Holmes scoring 17. Averee Fields and Bre McDonald also contributed with 12 points each.

2015 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship QUARTERFINAL Officials: Laura Morris, Michael McConnell, Gina Cross Technical fouls: West VirginiaNone. Oklahoma-None. Attendance: 4224 Score tied: 3 times Lead changed: 0 times Last FG: WVU 2nd-01:31, OU 2nd-03:26. Largest lead: WVU None, OU by 16 1st02:05.WVU led for 00:00. OU led for 36:31. Game was tied for 03:29. Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total West Virginia 20 35 55 OKLAHOMA 34 33 67 In Off 2nd Fast Points Paint T/O Chance Break Bench WVU 10 11 10 2 6 OU 26 9 22 0 17

No. 1 Baylor - 69

No. 8 K-State - 70

No. 9 Kansas - 49

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No. 2 Oklahoma - 67 Game 5

No. 7 West Virginia - 59 Game 2

No. 1 Baylor

No. 2 Oklahoma - 46

No. 7 West Virginia - 55

No. 10 Texas Tech -40 Game 8

No. 6 Texas - 64

No. 3 TCU - 61 Game 6

No. 6 Texas - 59

No. 6 Texas - 67

#7 West Virginia - 18-14 (7-11) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 05 Fields, Averee f 5-14 0-0 3-6 2 3 5 4 13 0 1 0 0 37 15 Montgomery, Lanay 1-2 0-0 0-0 4 5 9 4 2 0 0 1 0 14 20 McDonald, Bre 4-16 2-4 2-2 2 2 4 4 12 1 3 0 1 27 22 Stepney, Linda 2-5 1-3 0-0 0 1 1 2 5 6 1 1 2 38 23 Holmes, Bria 6-13 2-7 3-4 0 3 3 1 17 7 3 1 1 40 04 Montgomery, Kayla 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 4 11 Muldrow, Teana 2-5 2-4 0-2 1 1 2 2 6 0 0 1 0 11 21 Morton, Jessica 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 32 Leary, Crystal 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 20 TEAM 1 2 3 Totals 20-55 7-18 8-14 13 19 32 26 55 14 10 5 4 200 FG% 3FG% FT %

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7-25 28.0% 1-6 16.7% 5-8 62.5%

2nd Half: 13-30 43.3% 2nd Half: 6-12 50.0% 2nd Half: 3-6 50.0%

Game: 36.4% Game: 38.9% Game: 57.1%

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#2 Oklahoma - 20-10 (13-5) Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 42 Williams, Kaylon c 6-13 0-0 2-4 7 3 10 3 14 3 0 0 0 29 10 Little, Peyton g 4-11 3-4 4-6 0 2 2 1 15 0 1 0 0 37 21 Ortiz, Gabbi g 2-8 0-3 2-3 0 6 6 2 6 4 0 0 0 36 24 Campbell, Sharane g 3-7 0-1 4-6 3 3 6 4 10 2 1 0 0 28 25 Carter, Gioya g 1-5 0-2 3-3 0 1 1 2 5 0 2 1 0 21 00 Pierre-Louis,Vionise 0-1 0-0 6-6 2 1 3 2 6 1 1 0 0 11 02 Edwards, T’ona 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 23 Manning, Maddie 4-7 1-2 2-2 0 6 6 2 11 1 2 1 1 30 32 Williams, LaNesia 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 TEAM 2 3 5 2 Totals 20-53 4-12 23-30 15 25 40 16 67 11 9 2 1 200 FG% 3FG% FT %

1st Half: 10-30 33.3% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 1st Half: 11-12 91.7%

2nd Half: 10-23 43.5% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% 2nd Half: 12-18 66.7%

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IN THE BIG 12 2015-16 TOURNAMENT No. 4 Oklahoma State - 43 Game 3 11:00 a.m. - FSN

No. 5 Oklahoma - 57

No. 5 Oklahoma - 61 Game 7 1:30 p.m. - FS1

No. 1 Baylor - 79

No. 1 Baylor - 82 No. 8 Iowa State - 84 Game 1 6:00 p.m. - FCS

Despite 16 lead changes, the No. 3-seed Mountaineers outscored No. 6-seed Kansas State 41-33 in the second half to collect a 74-65 win over the Wildcats and advance to the Big 12 Championship semifinal for the second time in three seasons. Big 12 Freshman of the Year Tynice Martin led the Mountaineers with 20 points, making 8-of-14 attempts from the field. Senior Jessica Morton followed with 16 points and Bria Holmes with 10. Teana Muldrow nearly registered a double-double with her nine points and nine rebounds. A slow first half hampered the Mountaineers in a 67-51 loss to No. 2-seed Texas in the Big 12 Championship semifinal. The Longhorns outscored WVU 38-23 in the opening half and led for 38 minutes to advance to the final. Jessica Morton tallied a team-high 13 points, while Teana Muldrow followed with 12 in the setback.

2016 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship SEMIFINAL Officials: Scott Yarbrough, Laura Morris, Cameron Inouye Technical fouls: West VirginiaNone. Texas-None. Attendance: 4591 Fouled Out: UT #20 Taylor (1:36) Points in the paint: WVU 20, UT 26 Points off turnovers: WVU 12, UT 22 2nd chance points: WVU 7, UT 4 Fast break points: WVU 7, UT 4 Bench points: WVU 34, UT 21 Score tied: 0 times Lead changed: 1 time Last FG: WVU 4th-00:40, UT 4th-00:24. Largest lead: WVU by 3 1st-09:24, UT by 25 3rd-00:10. WVU led for 00:51. UT led for 38:33. Game was tied for 00:36.

Score by Periods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total West Virginia 11 12 13 15 51 Texas 18 20 21 8 67

  

No. 1 Baylor - 84

No. 9 Texas Tech - 51

No. 9 Texas Tech - 89

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Game 5 6:00 p.m. - FSN

No. 7 TCU - 64 Game 2 8:30 p.m. - FCS

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No. 2 Texas - 66 No. 2 Texas - 67

No. 10 Kansas - 50

No. 10 Kansas - 81 Game 8 4:00 p.m. - FS1

No. 2 Texas - 63

No. 3 West Virginia -74 Game 6 8:30 p.m. - FSN

No. 3 West Virginia - 51

No. 6 K-State - 65

#3 West Virginia - 24-9, 12-6 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 12 Ray, Chania 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 11 15 Montgomery, Lanay 0-5 0-0 0-0 2 5 7 4 0 0 3 2 0 20 22 Pardee, Katrina 1-3 0-1 0-0 1 2 3 1 2 0 2 0 0 7 23 Holmes, Bria 3-12 0-3 2-2 3 2 5 2 8 2 3 2 1 34 32 Roberson, Arielle 2-4 0-1 0-0 3 2 5 3 4 0 3 1 2 28 02 Brewer, Alexis 1-2 0-1 0-0 0 2 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 14 05 Martin, Tynice 3-10 0-3 1-2 1 2 3 1 7 0 2 0 0 25 11 Muldrow, Teana 4-12 2-10 2-2 1 1 2 3 12 1 4 0 1 28 20 Rhodes, Desiree 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 21 Morton, Jessica 5-9 0-3 3-6 2 2 4 2 13 5 3 0 3 29 TEAM 4 3 7 Totals 20-59 3-23 8-12 17 22 39 19 51 10 22 5 7 200 FG% 3FG% FT%

1st Half: 1st Half: 1st Half:

8-26 30.8% 2-12 16.7% 5-8 62.5%

2nd Half: 12-33 36.4% 2nd Half: 1-11 9.1% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0%

Game: 33.9% Game: 13.0% Game: 66.7%

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#2 Texas - 28-3, 15-3 Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 01 Davenport, Empress 0-5 0-1 2-2 1 2 3 2 2 0 1 0 0 19 02 Rodrigo, Celina 4-5 2-2 2-2 0 4 4 1 12 4 1 0 3 27 11 McCarty, Brooke 4-9 2-5 1-2 0 1 1 1 11 1 0 0 1 29 24 Atkins, Ariel 5-10 1-3 0-0 3 1 4 0 11 2 4 0 1 24 34 Boyette, Imani 4-8 0-1 2-3 0 4 4 3 10 0 0 2 0 17 05 Hosey, Jordan 1-3 0-1 1-2 0 2 2 1 3 0 2 0 1 14 10 Higgs, Lashann 4-8 0-0 1-2 1 1 2 1 9 1 3 0 1 16 14 Aborowa, Olamide 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 20 Taylor, Brianna 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 5 0 1 1 0 0 12 22 Foman, Tasia 3-3 0-0 2-2 0 2 2 0 8 0 0 0 1 11 32 Sanders, Brady 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 33 Hattis, Sara 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 40 Lang, Kelsey 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 4 4 1 1 0 2 0 0 15 TEAM 1 2 3 2 Totals 25-52 5-13 12-17 6 24 30 15 67 9 17 2 8 200 FG% 3FG% FT%

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1st Half: 14-27 51.9% 1st Half: 4-9 44.4% 1st Half: 6-9 66.7%

2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0%

Game: 48.1% Game: 38.5% Game: 70.6%

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WVU BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Year-by-Year Results 2013 — Dallas, Texas

3/9/13 . . . . vs. Oklahoma (Quarterfinals) . . . L, 64-65

2014 — Oklahoma City, Okla.

3/8/14 . . . . . . vs. TCU (Quarterfinals) . . . . . W, 67-59 3/9/14 . . . . . . . vs. Texas (Semifinals) . . . . . W, 67-60 3/10/14 . . . . . . . vs. Baylor (Finals) . . . . . . . L, 71-74

2015 — Dallas, Texas

3/6/15 . . . . vs. Texas Tech (First Round) . . . W, 59-40 3/7/15 . . . . vs. Oklahoma (Quarterfinals) . . . L, 55-67

2016 — Oklahoma City, Okla.

3/5/16 . . . vs. Kansas State (Quarterfinals) . . W, 74-65 3/6/16 . . . . . . . vs. Texas (Semifinals) . . . . . L, 51-67

Big 12 Championship Record vs. Opponents

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WVU Big 12 Championship Records POINTS SCORED Most by a Player in a Tournament Game: 24, Bria Holmes vs. Baylor (3/10/14) Most by a Player in a Career: 112, Bria Holmes (2013-16) Most by a Player in a Tournament: 54, Bria Holmes (2014) Most by Team in a Tournament: 205 (2014) Most by Team in a Game: 74 vs. Kansas State (3/5/16) REBOUNDS Most by a Player in a Game: 13, Asya Bussie vs. TCU (3/8/14) Most by a Player in a Career: 29, Averee Fields (2013-15) Most by a Player in a Tournament: 22, Asya Bussie (2014) Most by a Team in a Tournament: 102 (2014) Most by a Team in a Game: 45 vs. Oklahoma (3/9/13) FIELD GOALS MADE Most by a Player in a Game: 8, Tynice Martin vs. Kansas State (3/5/16) 8, Bria Holmes vs. Baylor (3/10/14) 8, Asya Bussie vs. TCU (3/8/14) 8, Christal Caldwell vs. Oklahoma (3/9/13) Most by a Player in a Career: 37, Bria Holmes (2013-16) Most by a Player in a Tournament: 16, Bria Holmes (2014) Most by a Team in a Tournament: 65 (2014) Most by a Team in a Game: 28 FGM vs. Kansas State (3/5/16) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Most by a Player in a Game: 5, Christal Caldwell vs. Oklahoma (3/9/13) Most by a Player in a Career: 10, Bria Holmes (2013-16) Most by a Player in a Tournament: 6, Bria Holmes (2014) 6, Taylor Palmer (2014) Most by a Team in a Tournament: 13 (2014) Most by a Team in a Game: 10 vs. Oklahoma (3/9/13) FREE THROWS MADE Most by a Player in a Game: 9, Bria Holmes vs. Texas (3/9/14) Most by a Player in a Career: 28, Bria Holmes (2013-16) Most by a Player in a Tournament: 16, Bria Holmes (2014) Most by Team in a Tournament: 62 (2014) Most by Team in a Game: 28 vs. Texas (3/9/13) ASSISTS Most by a Player in a Game: 7, Linda Stepney vs. Texas Tech (3/6/15) 7, Bria Holmes vs. Oklahoma (3/7/15) Most by a Player in a Career: 20, Linda Stepney (2013-15)

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Most by a Player in a Tournament: 13, Linda Stepney (2015) Most by Team in a Tournament: 27 (2015) Most by Team in a Game: 15 vs. Oklahoma (3/9/14) BLOCKS Most by a Player in a Game: 3, Lanay Montgomery vs. Kansas State (3/5/16) Most by a Player in a Career: 6, Lanay Montgomery (2014-present) Most by a Player in a Tournament: 3, Lanay Montgomery (2016) 3, Lanay Montgomery (2015) 3, Averee Fields (2014) Most by Team in a Tournament: 11 (2015) Most by Team in a Game: 6 vs. Texas Tech (3/6/15)

STEALS Most by a Player in a Game: 3, Jessica Morton vs. Texas (3/6/16) 3, Kayla Montgomery vs. Texas Tech (3/6/15) 3, Linda Stepney vs. Texas Tech (3/6/15) 3, Asya Bussie vs. Baylor (3/10/14) 3, Asya Bussie vs. Texas (3/10/14) Most by a Player in a Career: 7, Averee Fields (2013-present) Most by a Player in a Tournament: 7, Asya Bussie (2014) Most by Team in a Tournament: 19 (2014) Most by Team in a Game: 12 vs. Texas Tech (3/6/15)

Postseason Appearances YEAR (RECORD) HEAD COACH 2015-16 (25-10) Mike Carey 2014-15 (23-15) Mike Carey 2013-14 (30-5) Mike Carey 2012-13 (17-14) Mike Carey 2011-12 (24-10) Mike Carey 2010-11 (24-10) Mike Carey 2009-10 (29-6) Mike Carey 2008-09 (18-15) Mike Carey 2007-08 (25-8) Mike Carey 2006-07 (21-11) Mike Carey 2004-05 (21-13) Mike Carey 2003-04 (21-11) Mike Carey 1991-92 (26-4) Scott Harrelson Kittie Blakemore Scott Harrelson 1988-89 (24-8) Kittie Blakemore 1984-85 (20-10) Bill Fiske Kittie Blakemore

OPPONENT Princeton (NCAA) Ohio State (NCAA) Buffalo (WNIT) Hampton (WNIT) Duquesne (WNIT) Villanova (WNIT) Temple (WNIT) UCLA (WNIT) Albany (NCAA) LSU (NCAA) Delaware (NCAA) Texas (NCAA) Stanford (NCAA) Houston (NCAA) Baylor (NCAA) Lamar (NCAA) San Diego State (NCAA) Coppin State (WNIT) St. Bonaventure (WNIT) New Mexico (NCAA) Vanderbilt (NCAA) Xavier (NCAA) LSU (NCAA) Maine (WNIT) St. John’s (WNIT) Wake Forest (WNIT) Kentucky (WNIT) Southwest Missouri St. (WNIT) Ohio State (NCAA) Clemson (NCAA) Virginia (NCAA) Western Kentucky (NCAA) Virginia (NCAA) LSU (WNIT) Cal-Fullerton (WNIT) Montana (WNIT)

SCORE 74-65 81-88 84-61 57-39 60-39 75-70 (OT) 66-58 (OT) 60-62 76-61 67-76 53-66 68-55 55-72 79-73 68-82 58-43 55-64 70-40 63-68 61-60 46-64 65-52 43-49 74-59 68-63 65-52 80-75 (2OT) 70-78 67-73 73-72 83-103 66-57 68-81 57-69 71-75 62-60

SITE Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Charleston, W.Va. Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La. Newark, Del. Norfolk, Va. Norfolk, Va. Waco, Texas Waco, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Morgantown, W.Va. Olean, N.Y. Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M. Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Lexington, Ky. Springfield, Mo. Columbus, Ohio Morgantown, W.Va. Charlottesville, Va. Bowling Green, Ky. Charlottesville, Va. Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas






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NCAA Team Tournament Records MOST POINTS WVU: 83 at Virginia, March 26, 1992 Opponent: 103 by Virginia, March 26, 1992

BEST FREE THROW % WVU: 83.3% (5-6) at Delaware, March 24, 2013 Opponent: 90.9% (20-22) by at LSU, March 25, 2014

FEWEST POINTS WVU: 43 vs. LSU, March, March 19, 2007 Opponent: 49 by LSU, March 19, 2007

LOWEST FREE THROW % WVU: 63.0% (17-27) at Virginia, March 26, 1992 Opponent: 48.3% (14-29) by Albany, March 23, 2014

MOST REBOUNDS WVU: 52 vs. Houston, March 20, 2011 Opponent: 60 by Western Kentucky, March 15, 1989

ASSISTS WVU: 21 vs. Clemson, March 22, 1992 Opponent: 25 by Virginia, March 26,1992

BEST FG% WVU: 47.7% (31-65) at Ohio State, March 20, 2016 Opponent: 63.2% (36-57) at Virginia, March 26, 1992

BLOCKS WVU: 11 at Ohio State, March 20, 2016 Opponent: 10 at Baylor, March 22, 2011

LOWEST FG% WVU: 29.3% (17-58) vs. Vanderbilt, March 24, 2008 Opponent: 26.4% (19-72) by Western Kentucky, March 15, 1989

STEALS WVU: 14 vs. Xavier, March 17, 2007 Opponent: 11 by Ohio State, March 20, 2004

BEST 3-PT FG% WVU: 50.0% (6-12) vs. Western Kentucky, March 15, 1989 Opponent: 52.6% (10-19) by Ohio State, March 20, 2016 LOWEST 3-PT FG% WVU: 8.3% (1-12) vs. LSU, March 19, 2007 Opponent: 11.1% (1-9) by Ohio State, March 20, 2004

MOST TURNOVERS WVU: 27 at Ohio State, March 20, 2016 Opponent: 24 by Western Kentucky, March 15, 1989 FEWEST TURNOVERS WVU: 9 vs. Princeton, March 18, 2016 Opponent: 9, 2x, last by Ohio State, March 20, 2016

Bria Holmes tied Liz Repella for the NCAA Tournament record of 28 career made field goals in 2016.

WVU Individual NCAA Tournament Records POINTS Game: 29 by Liz Repella at Baylor, March 22, 2011 Tournament: 55 by Liz Repella, two games, 2011 Career: 88 by Liz Repella, six games, 2008, 2010, 2011 REBOUNDS Game: 15 by Madina Ali vs. Houston, March 20, 2011 Tournament: 23 by Liz Repella, 2010 Career: 49 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12, 2014 ASSISTS Game: 8 by Bria Holmes vs. Princeton, March 18, 2016; Tournament: 13 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989 Career: 25 by Rosemary Kosiorek, four games, 1989-92 BLOCKS Game: 5 by Lanay Montgomery vs. Ohio State, March 20, 2016 Tournament: 7 by Lanay Montgomery, 2016 Career: 10 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12, 2014 STEALS Game: 6 by Jenny Hillen at Virginia, March 19, 1989 Tournament: 7 by Jenny Hillen, 1989 Career: 11 by LaQuita Owens, 2007-08 FREE THROWS MADE Game: 13 by Asya Bussie at LSU, March 25, 2014 Tournament: 18 by Liz Repella, 2011 Career: 30 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12, 2014 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 15 by Asya Bussie at LSU, March 25, 2014 Tournament: 21 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992; by Liz Repella, 2011 Career: 46 by Asya Bussie, 2010-12, 2014

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game (min. 5 att.): 1.000 (6-6) by Chakhia Cole vs. Xavier, March 17, 2007 Tournament (min. 10 att.): 1.000 (10-10) by Chakhia Cole, 2007 Career (min. 10 att.): .882 (15-17) by Chakhia Cole, 2007-08 FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 10 by Christal Caldwell vs. Albany, March 23, 2014 Tournament: 16 by Bria Holmes, 2016; by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 Career: 28 by Bria Holmes, 2013, 2014, 2016; Liz Repella, 2008, 2010, 2011 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 19 by Christal Caldwell at LSU, March 25, 2014; by Bria Holmes vs. Albany, March 23, 2014; by Rosemary Kosiorek at Virginia, March 26, 1992; by Jenny Hillen at Virginia, March 19, 1989 Tournament: 35 by Christal Caldwell, 2014 Career: 68 by Bria Holmes, 2013, 2014, 2016 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 att.): 75.0% (9-12) by Chakhia Cole at New Mexico, 2008 Tourney (min 10 att.): 60.0% (12-20) by Donna Abbott, 1989 Career (min 10 att.): 53.3% (24-45) by Donna Abbott, 1989-92 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 4 by Kate Bulger at Ohio State, March 20, 2004; by Liz Repella at Baylor, March 22, 2011

By Taylor Palmer vs. Texas, March 17, 2012 Tournament: 7 by Liz Repella, 2011 Career: 10 by Liz Repella, 2008, 2010, 2011 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 13 by Kate Bulger at Ohio State, March 20, 2004 Tournament: 18 by Bria Holmes, 2014 by Taylor Palmer, 2012 Career: 32 by Taylor Palmer, 2011-14 20-POINT GAMES Liz Repella at Baylor, 3/22/11...........................................29 Rosemary Kosiorek at Virginia, 3/26/92.............................27 Bria Holmes vs. Princeton, 3/18/16...................................26 Christal Caldwell vs. Albany, 3/23/14.................................26 Liz Repella vs. Houston, 3/20/11.......................................26 Chakhia Cole at New Mexico, 3/22/08..............................22 Rosemary Kosiorek vs. Clemson, 3/22/92.........................22 Bria Holmes at Ohio State, 3/20/16...................................21 Asya Bussie at LSU, 3/25/14............................................21 Chakhia Cole vs. Xavier, 3/17/07.......................................21 Donna Abbott at Virginia 3/26/92......................................21 Jenny Hillen vs. Virginia, 3/19/89......................................21 Bria Holmes vs. Albany, 3/23/14.......................................20 Olayinka Sanni vs. Xavier, 3/17/07....................................20 NCAA DOUBLE-DOUBLES Chakhia Cole at New Mexico, 3/22/08.............22 pts, 11 reb Chakhia Cole vs. Xavier, 3/17/07.....................21 pts, 12 reb. Donna Abbott at Virginia, 3/26/92...................21 pts, 11 reb. Liz Repella vs. Lamar, 3/21/10........................15 pts, 11 reb. Liz Repella vs. San Diego State, 3/23/10.........17 pts, 12 reb. Madina Ali vs. Houston, 3/20/11.....................13 pts, 15 reb. Jess Harlee vs. Texas, 3/17/12.......................10 pts, 10 reb. Ayana Dunning vs. Delaware, 3/24/13............15 pts, 10 reb.

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Series Records Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Akron 7-1 1984 2003 77-26 1-0 1989 1989 75-66 Alabama 1-0 1988 1988 65-54 Ala.-Birmingham Albany (NY) 1-0 2014 2014 76-61 3-0 1977 1984 108-42 Alderson Broaddus American 2-0 2007 2008 65-61 1-0 2012 2012 72-67 Appalachian State 0-1 1983 1983 61-65 Arizona Arizona State 1-0 1989 1989 89-75 Arkansas 1-0 1992 1992 81-60 2-9 1985 2016 61-71 Baylor Bishops 0-1 1983 1983 61-63 Boston College 0-15 1995 2005 75-76 Boston 2-0 2011 2012 60-57 Bowling Green 2-0 1996 1997 84-72 Brown 1-0 2009 2009 66-49 3-0 2003 2011 72-30 Bucknell Buffalo 1-0 2015 2015 84-61 Butler 0-1 1992 1992 59-75 California, Pa. 2-0 1980 1981 92-89 Cal State Fullerton 0-1 1985 1985 71-75 Cal State Northridge 0-1 2011 2011 47-48 Canisius 1-0 2008 2008 76-49 Central Connecticut State 1-0 2011 2011 63-37 Central Florida 1-0 2006 2006 77-63 Central Michigan 0-1 1976 1976 64-90 7-5 1978 2012 66-62 Cincinnati Charleston 8-7 1974 1985 110-82 Chattanooga 0-1 1984 1984 49-50 Cheyney 0-1 1984 1984 62-83 3-0 1985 2006 82-39 Cleveland State Colorado State 0-1 2002 2002 74-85 Columbia 1-0 2008 2008 74-41 Concord 5-0 1975 1978 89-39 Connecticut 1-24 1982 2012 60-79 Coppin State 8-0 1999 2016 96-64 Cornell 1-0 2008 2008 93-52 Davis & Elkins 5-0 1976 1982 73-53 Dayton 0-1 1980 1980 39-72 Delware 0-1 2013 2013 53-66 Delaware State 4-1 2003 2016 77-34 DePaul 4-6 1981 2012 63-77 Detroit 1-0 1983 1983 83-57 Dist. of Columbia 0-1 1983 1983 42-70 Drake 0-1 1986 1986 81-82 Drexel 0-1 1994 1994 63-78 Duke 0-2 1995 1996 70-84 Duquesne 38-9 1976 2015 60-39 East Carolina 2-2 1980 2005 76-54 Eastern Kentucky 2-2 1981 2015 67-42 East Stroudsburg 0-1 1977 1977 57-91 Edinboro 3-5 1977 1982 82-67 Elon 4-0 2011 2016 67-57 Evansville 2-0 1991 2014 83-39 Fairfield 1-0 2015 2015 67-53

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Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Fairleigh Dickinson 3-0 2014 2016 91-42 7-3 1974 1977 96-30 Fairmont State 1-4 1991 2001 70-96 Florida Florida International 2-0 2005 2009 67-59 OT 0-1 1988 1988 58-68 Florida State Fordham 1-0 2006 2006 83-39 2-0 2009 2010 72-52 Fresno State 10-13 1996 2012 39-32 Georgetown George Mason 2-0 1990 1991 69-59 George Washington 13-13 1980 1995 72-93 0-1 1982 1982 63-64 Georgia State Georgia Tech 2-0 2004 2004 75-61 Glenville State 2-0 1982 1983 67-55 Gonzaga 0-1 2016 2016 57-62 Grand Canyon 1-0 2016 2016 68-50 Hampton 2-0 1980 2015 57-39 1-1 1996 2014 59-56 Hawaii High Point 1-0 2011 2011 89-57 Houston 3-0 2006 2011 79-73 Howard 2-1 1981 2007 84-61 Illinois State 0-1 1986 1986 55-75 Indiana 2-2 1992 2016 75-64 Indiana, Pa. 8-3 1976 1983 131-44 Indiana State 1-1 1979 1985 87-64 Iona 0-1 2009 2009 44-52 Iowa 1-3 1992 2012 70-79 7-2 2011 2016 82-57 Iowa State IPFW 1-0 2015 2015 82-48 James Madison 6-3 1980 2016 69-62 Kansas 6-4 1993 2016 72-35 8-1 2013 2016 74-65 Kansas State Kennesaw State 1-0 2006 2006 100-60 Kent State 7-3 1978 1989 90-78 Kentucky 1-2 1985 2005 80-75 2OT Lamar 1-0 2010 2010 58-43 La Salle 2-0 1979 2011 63-52 LeHigh 0-1 1999 1999 73-89 Liberty 1-2 1995 2001 67-78 Longwood 4-0 2005 2016 74-43 Louisiana State 0-5 1985 2014 67-76 Louisiana Tech 0-1 1991 1991 66-71 Louisville 7-3 2006 2012 66-50 Loyola (Md.) 1-0 2011 2011 80-49 Maine 2-0 2005 2010 88-32 Marist 1-0 2010 2010 55-50 Marquette 3-4 2006 2012 53-32 Marshall 39-16 1974 2016 66-60 Maryland 0-2 1981 1982 62-81 Massachusetts 19-8 1980 1995 62-61 McMaster 1-0 1981 1981 95-51 Mercer 1-0 1982 1982 61-60 Mercyhurst 1-0 2009 2009 88-38 Miami, Fla. 3-12 1981 2004 74-82 Middle Tennessee 1-1 1985 1996 77-60 Mississippi State 0-1 2015 2015 61-74

Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Missouri 1-0 1996 1996 85-75 2-0 2003 2004 69-63 OT Missouri Kansas City 0-1 1982 1982 54-55 Monmouth Montana 1-0 1985 1985 62-60 1-0 2016 2016 94-56 Morehead State Morgan State 0-1 1979 1979 78-80 1-0 1981 1981 95-93 Mount Mercy 4-2 1979 2011 94-32 Mount St. Mary’s Nevada 1-0 2010 2010 66-41 New Jersey Tech 1-0 2009 2009 76-42 2-0 1982 2008 61-60 New Mexico North Carolina 0-1 1980 1980 56-95 North Carolina-Asheville 1-0 1995 1995 80-58 North Carolina Central 3-0 2009 2012 97-24 North Carolina-Charlotte 0-1 1999 1999 50-52 OT North Carolina-Greensboro 1-1 2005 2006 70-72 1-0 2011 2011 86-30 North Florida North Texas 1-0 1992 1992 86-80 Northeastern 1-1 1993 2009 79-42 Northeastern Illinois 0-1 1993 1993 59-75 Northern Illinois 1-0 1991 1991 85-79 Northwestern 1-2 1982 2005 89-55 Notre Dame 3-19 1996 2012 45-73 Oakland 2-0 2007 2008 84-65 Ohio . 7-0 1979 2003 81-47 Ohio State 0-13 1978 2016 81-88 6-5 1989 2016 63-55 Oklahoma Oklahoma State 6-4 2000 2016 82-48 Old Dominion 0-3 1983 1988 64-89 Ole Miss 1-2 1985 2014 86-56 6-25 1977 1991 66-109 Penn State Pepperdine 1-0 1990 1990 79-72 Pitt 26-19 1974 2012 60-42 Prairie View A&M 1-0 2011 2011 71-39 Presbyterian 1-0 2008 2008 93-26 Princeton 1-0 2016 2016 74-65 Providence 17-5 1996 2012 48-51 Purdue 0-1 1991 1991 59-89 Pitt-Johnstown 3-5 1977 1983 68-81 Radford 1-0 2010 2010 64-28 Rhode Island 17-7 1984 2008 80-47 Rice 1-0 1989 1989 70-64 Richmond 3-2 1993 2001 74-84 Robert Morris 17-1 1978 2006 80-54 Rutgers 13-39 1980 2012 60-50 Salem 8-2 1974 1987 95-68 St. Bonaventure 18-5 1987 2012 67-47 St. Francis, N.Y. 0-1 1978 1978 64-75 St. Francis, Pa.. 5-0 2005 2015 101-46 St. John’s 18-6 1996 2012 54-63 St. Joseph’s 8-18 1983 1995 59-64 San Diego State 0-2 1986 2010 55-64 Santa Clara 2-0 2009 2010 78-55 Seton Hall 13-12 1983 2015 89-87 Seton Hill 1-1 1974 1975 74-26






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Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Shepherd 4-0 1975 1977 90-54 Slippery Rock 4-4 1977 1981 90-80 South Alabama 2-0 1991 1992 99-46 Southwest Missouri St. 0-2 2004 2005 70-78 Stanford 1-1 1987 2012 55-72 Steubenville 1-0 1981 1981 90-62 Syracuse 14-9 1996 2012 63-48 TCU 10-1 1990 2016 83-72 Temple 25-6 1981 2015 66-58 OT Tennessee 0-6 1983 2008 49-67 Tenn-Martin 1-1 1984 2001 62-85 Tennessee Tech 0-1 1987 1987 59-81 Texas 5-6 2012 2016 51-67 Texas - San Antonio 0-1 2006 2006 54-57 Texas A&M 0-1 2007 2007 52-55 Texas A&M - CC 0-2 2005 2006 69-70 OT Texas Tech 5-4 2013 2016 69-42 Toledo 0-2 1995 2002 58-72

Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Towson 4-0 1978 2010 79-42 Trenton State 1-1 1978 1979 74-57 Tulane 0-1 1999 1999 75-104 UC-Irvine 1-0 1998 1998 66-54 UCF 1-0 2006 2006 77-63 UCLA 1-3 1990 2015 60-62 UMBC 2-0 2001 2010 79-45 UNC Wilmington 1-0 2012 2012 76-47 USC 0-1 2016 2016 67-78 OT USC Upstate 1-0 2012 2012 75-45 USF 7-1 2006 2012 55-52 Vanderbilt 0-2 1988 2008 46-64 Villanova 11-18 1978 2015 75-70 OT Virginia 3-5 1989 2014 68-58 Virginia Commonwealth 2-0 1998 2000 63-56 Virginia Tech 5-11 1978 2007 56-60 Wake Forest 4-1 1990 2005 65-52 Washington 0-1 1993 1993 47-105

Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Washington State 1-0 2014 2014 88-66 Wash. & Jefferson 1-0 1983 1983 102-34 Weber State 1-0 1993 1993 72-68 West Chester 1-0 1979 1979 72-68 West Liberty 6-0 1974 1976 103-62 Western Carolina 0-1 2001 2001 73-81 Western Kentucky 2-6 1986 1992 84-85 Western Michigan 0-1 1981 1981 64-81 W.Va. State 2-0 1974 1976 69-53 W.Va. Wesleyan 9-0 1975 1982 99-59 Wichita State 1-1 1995 2005 61-40 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 0-2 1976 1977 58-67 Wofford 1-0 2007 2007 78-30 Wright State 4-2 1997 2004 60-38 Xavier 3-1 1985 2007 65-52 Yale 1-0 2016 2016 70-60 Youngstown State 11-8 1977 2014 85-58

West Virginia defeated No. 6 Baylor 71-69 on March 2, 2014 in Waco, Texas. The Mountaineers would clinch a share of the Big 12 regular season title that season.

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Year-By-Year Records Year Coach Captains 1973-74 Kittie Blakemore Game Captains Kittie Blakemore Leslie Sergy 1974-75 1975-76 Kittie Blakemore Cindy “Sam” Booth, Leslie Sergy Kittie Blakemore Cindy “Sam” Booth, Carol Mousseau, Sara Roberts 1976-77 Kittie Blakemore Linda Findo, Jean Mewshaw 1977-78 1978-79 Kittie Blakemore Mary Hennen, Jean Mewshaw Kittie Blakemore Cindy Winegar 1979-80 1980-81 Kittie Blakemore J.D. Drummonds, Betsy Shaw Kittie Blakemore Kathy Ball, Laurie Evans, Christy Webb 1981-82 Kittie Blakemore Dana Crone, Susan Muth, Cathy Parson 1982-83 1983-84 Kittie Blakemore, Bill Fiske Kaye Leighton, Cindy Triplett Kittie Blakemore, Bill Fiske Olivia Bradley, Janet Hoffman, Lisa Ribble 1984-85 Kittie Blakemore, Bill Fiske Dee Davis, Georgeann Wells 1985-86 1986-87 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Alexis Basil, Dionne Morris, Becky Winovich Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Becky Winovich Crytser, Dionne Morris 1987-88 1988-89 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Judy Eaton, Jenny Hillen, Dionne Morris 1989-90 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Rosemary Kosiorek, Tracey Slogik 1990-91 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Rosemary Kosiorek, Lori Wilson 1991-92 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Donna Abbott, Rosemary Kosiorek, Lori Wilson 1992-93 Scott Harrelson Ann Murray, Jodie Runner Scott Harrelson Debbie Blazek, Chris McGuire 1993-94 1994-95 Scott Harrelson Debbie Blazek, Chris McGuire 1995-96 Susan Walvius Lisa Szymczak, Christie Ammons 1996-97 Susan Walvius Christie Ammons, Adrienne Beard 1997-98 Alexis Basil Mandy Ronay, Adrienne Beard 1998-99 Alexis Basil Mandy Ronay, Christie Lambert 1999-00 Alexis Basil Mandy Ronay, Alisha Bogan 2000-01 Alexis Basil Marlo Thomas, Nina Mollerup Mike Carey Alisha Bogan, Brandi Batch, Jess Fisher 2001-02 2002-03 Mike Carey Grace Carson, Eartha White, Jess Fisher 2003-04 Mike Carey Kate Bulger, Michelle Carter, Janell Dunlap Mike Carey Yolanda Paige, Sherell Sowho 2004-05 2005-06 Mike Carey Yelena Leuchanka, Jeriece Lee 2006-07 Mike Carey Britney Davis-White, Olayinka Sanni 2007-08 Mike Carey Meg Bulger, Chakhia Cole, LaQuita Owens, Olayinka Sanni 2008-09 Mike Carey Takisha Granberry, Ashley Powell 2009-10 Mike Carey Madina Ali, Liz Repella 2010-11 Mike Carey Madina Ali, Liz Repella 2011-12 Mike Carey Asya Bussie, Jess Harlee 2012-13 Mike Carey Asya Bussie, Jess Harlee, Ayana Dunning 2013-14 Mike Carey Asya Bussie, Jess Harlee 2014-15 Mike Carey Averee Fields, Bria Holmes, Crystal Leary 2015-16 Mike Carey Bria Holmes, Lanay Montgomery Totals

Record 4-10 13-4 13-6 19-7 18-9 9-16 10-19 15-18 20-11 17-12 17-12 20-10 12-17 14-15 14-14 24-8 19-10 17-12 26-4 12-16 8-19 8-20 12-15 19-12 12-16 10-17 6-22 5-22 14-14 15-13 21-11 21-13 15-16 21-11 25-8 18-15 29-6 24-10 24-10 17-14 30-5 23-15 25-10 715-544

Kittie Blakemore 1973-92

Scott Harrelson 1992-95

Susan Walvius 1995-97

Alexis Basil 1997-2001

Mike Carey 2001-present

All-Time Coaching Records at WVU CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER Name Years Kittie Blakemore 1973-92 Scott Harrelson 1992-95 Susan Walvius 1995-97 Alexis Basil 1997-2001 Mike Carey 2001-present

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Seasons 19 seasons 3 seasons 2 seasons 4 seasons 15 seasons

  

Record 301-214 28-55 31-27 33-77 322-171

Winning Pct. .584 .337 .534 .300 .653

BY WINNING PERCENTAGE Name Years Mike Carey 2001-present Kittie Blakemore 1973-92 Susan Walvius 1995-97 Scott Harrelson 1992-95 Alexis Basil 1997-2001

Seasons 15 seasons 19 seasons 2 seasons 3 seasons 4 seasons

Record 322-171 301-214 31-27 28-55 33-77

Winning Pct. .653 .584 .534 .337 .300




ALL-TIME SCORES

1973-74 1973-74 (4-10) 59-55..................... W....................................WEST LIBERTY 40-44..................... L.................................................. at Pitt 45-55..................... L...................................at Morris Harvey 32-44..................... L..........................................MARSHALL 36-49..................... L..............................................at Salem 30-32..................... L.........................................SETON HILL 37-47..................... L................................................ SALEM 53-61..................... L.................................FAIRMONT STATE 42-38..................... W....................................at West Liberty 34-55..................... L................................. at Fairmont State State Tournament (4th) 37-33..................... W............................................... SALEM 24-49..................... L.................................FAIRMONT STATE 42-40..................... W.........................WEST VIRGINIA STATE 45-55..................... L................................. MORRIS HARVEY

1974-75 (13-4) 72-38..................... W....................................at West Liberty 57-81..................... L.................................................... PITT 65-52..................... W....................at West Virginia Wesleyan 53-61..................... L.......................................... at Marshall 69-54..................... W................................ MORRIS HARVEY 50-46..................... W........................................at Shepherd 83-36..................... W............................................... SALEM 74-26..................... W........................................SETON HILL 65-54..................... W.............................................at Salem 70-49..................... W................................ at Fairmont State 67-50..................... W....................................WEST LIBERTY 71-46..................... W.......................................... CONCORD 72-63..................... W................................FAIRMONT STATE State Tournament (3rd) 81-35..................... W................................FAIRMONT STATE 57-51..................... W.......................................... CONCORD 52-75..................... L..........................................MARSHALL 49-81..................... L................................. MORRIS HARVEY

1975-76 (13-6) 74-49..................... W....................................at West Liberty 41-73..................... L.................................................. at Pitt

48-50..................... L..........................................MARSHALL 69-50..................... W.......................... at West Virginia State 49-70..................... L...................................at Morris Harvey 82-53..................... W......................................... SHEPHERD 45-44..................... W.....................................at Indiana, Pa. 79-54..................... W.............................................at Salem 69-53..................... W................................ at Fairmont State 97-27..................... W..................WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN 76-53..................... W................................FAIRMONT STATE 102-53................... W............................................... SALEM 103-62................... W....................................WEST LIBERTY 84-58..................... W..........................................at Concord State Tournament (2nd) 77-39..................... W......................................... SHEPHERD 88-67..................... W..................................DAVIS & ELKINS 68-69..................... L..........................................MARSHALL AIAW Midwest Regional 64-90..................... L............................ CENTRAL MICHIGAN 48-62..................... L........................ WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH

1976-77 (19-7) Pittsburgh Invitational D3.......48-95......... L..................................... Edinboro State D4.......69-104....... L...........................................Penn State D5.......57-91......... L................................. East Stroudsburg D6.......86-43......... W..................WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN Indiana Invitational D10.....73-55......... W...........................................Duquesne D11.....67-54......... W.....................................at Indiana, Pa. J6........90-48......... W................................ at Fairmont State J8........60-71......... L.................................................... PITT J12......47-88......... L...................................at Slippery Rock J14......44-52......... L.................................at Pitt-Johnstown J17......53-43......... W......................................... at Marshall J21......96-30......... W................................FAIRMONT STATE J24......77-42......... W....................................... at Duquesne J26......90-54......... W........................................at Shepherd F5........70-44......... W............................at Youngstown State F7........76-46......... W............................................... SALEM F10......74-35......... W...................... ALDERSON-BROADDUS F11......87-58......... W.......................................INDIANA, Pa.

F12......71-57......... W................................ MORRIS HARVEY F17......64-51......... W.............................................at Salem F18......83-35......... W.......................................... CONCORD F24......90-66......... W..................................DAVIS & ELKINS State Tournament (1st) M3.......77-45......... W..................WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN M4.......79-70......... W.........................................MARSHALL M5.......67-66......... W................................ MORRIS HARVEY AIAW Midwest Regional M10....58-67......... L........................ WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH

1977-78 (18-9) Pittsburgh Invitational D3.......56-55......... W.................................... Edinboro State D4.......60-65......... L............................................ Cincinnati D6.......92-75......... W..................WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN Indiana Invitational D9.......58-59......... L......................................at Indiana, Pa. D10.....101-54....... W......................................Robert Morris J5........89-82......... W..................................SLIPPERY ROCK J7........67-70......... L.................................................. at Pitt J11......62-89......... L.........................................OHIO STATE J18......51-50......... W......................................... at Marshall J21......65-90......... L................................ EDINBORO STATE J23......78-49......... W.........................................DUQUESNE J25......77-64......... W................................. at Davis & Elkins J27......67-69......... L....................................at Trenton State J28......64-75......... L................................ at St. Francis, N.Y. WVU Invitational F3........78-60......... W........................................KENT STATE F4........73-54......... W.........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE F8........92-90+....... W..............................PITT-JOHNSTOWN F10......83-76......... W.........................................VILLANOVA F11......59-55......... W.....................................at Indiana, Pa. F13......89-39......... W.......................................... CONCORD F15......52-40......... W..........................at Alderson-Broaddus F18......87-83......... W................................ MORRIS HARVEY F20......73-62......... W.........................................MARSHALL F22......75-72......... W....................................VIRGINIA TECH State Tournament (2nd) F28......65-74......... L..........................................MARSHALL

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1978-79 M1.......68-56......... W.........................................MARSHALL AIAW Midwest Regional M9.......58-81......... L.........................................OHIO STATE

1978-79 (9-16) 74-57..................... W.................................TRENTON STATE 70-77..................... L...............................PITT-JOHNSTOWN 71-77..................... L.......................................Slippery Rock 40-78..................... L..........................................Indiana, Pa. 72-68..................... W............................. West Chester State 48-67..................... L.............................at Youngstown State 70-73..................... L...................................at Slippery Rock 85-82..................... W.........................................MARSHALL 65-73..................... L........................................ at Duquesne 69-79..................... L.................................at Pitt-Johnstown 64-57..................... W....................at West Virginia Wesleyan 50-74..................... L........................................at Ohio State 88-49..................... W..................................DAVIS & ELKINS 64-71..................... L.......................................... at Villanova 79-76..................... W........................................... at LaSalle 70-72..................... L....................................... at Charleston 66-54..................... W......................................... at Marshall 76-65..................... W..................................TOWSON STATE 78-80..................... L...................................MORGAN STATE 67-69..................... L.................................................... PITT 78-70..................... W.......................................INDIANA, Pa. 51-62..................... L................................ EDINBORO STATE 59-63..................... L...................................SLIPPERY ROCK 61-73..................... L.....................................at Virginia Tech 53-61..................... L........................................at Kent State

1979-80 (10-19) James Madison Invitational N16.....61-69......... L................................at James Madison N17.....56-95......... L......................................North Carolina Morgan State Invitational N23.....61-87......... L..................................Mount St. Mary’s N24.....90-78......... W................................Hampton Institute Pittsburgh Invitational D7.......54-73......... L...........................................Penn State

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D8.......39-72......... L.................................................Dayton D9.......69-60......... W......................................Slippery Rock D10.....79-46......... W..................WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN D12.....97-65......... W................................. CALIFORNIA, Pa. D15.....79-70......... W........................................... at Ohio U. J2........75-76......... L.............................................. Marshall J4........56-67......... L.................................. EAST CAROLINA J5........81-70......... W..................................SLIPPERY ROCK J7........70-75......... L........................GEORGE WASHINGTON J9........67-80......... L.................................................. at Pitt J12......54-64......... L.........................................KENT STATE J16......67-85......... L........................................ PENN STATE J23......79-95......... L....................................... at Charleston J24......72-84......... L.......................................... at Marshall J26......76-64......... W..............................PITT-JOHNSTOWN J30......63-79......... L.........................................at Cincinnati F2........89-65......... W.........................................DUQUESNE F6........73-77......... L................................ EDINBORO STATE F9........51-90......... L............................................at Rutgers F11......71-78......... L.................................at Massachusetts F17......81-77......... W.........................................VILLANOVA F20......67-71......... L.....................................VIRGINIA TECH F27......69-81......... L..........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE F29......88-86*........ W.....................................at Indiana, Pa.

1980-81 (15-18) N18.....75-84......... L.................................at Pitt-Johnstown N21.....69-97......... L............................. at Eastern Kentucky D2.......59-91......... L.......................................... at Villanova Pittsburgh Invitational D5.......79-86......... L................................................ DePaul D6.......79-100....... L................................ Youngstown State D7.......101-91....... W.................................... Edinboro State D10.....85-71......... W.............................................. OHIO U. D13.....67-74......... L........................................ Virginia Tech D15.....95-65......... W......................................... at Marshall D20.....67-79......... L..........................................MARYLAND Hurricane Classic D27.....64-81......... L................................ Western Michigan D28.....87-89......... L...........................................Miami, Fla. D29.....95-51......... W...........................................McMaster

D30.....95-93......... L............................................ Mt. Mercy J6........79-57......... W............................... JAMES MADISON J7........67-78......... L..........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE J10......90-62......... W....................................STEUBENVILLE J12......89-85......... W....................at West Virginia Wesleyan J14......67-78......... L.................................................... PITT J21......76-106....... L....................................at East Carolina J24......95-83......... W.......................................INDIANA, Pa. J25......90-80......... W..................................at Slippery Rock J28......90-88......... W..................................... CHARLESTON J31......60-92......... L.......................................at Penn State F4........74-81......... L................................. at Edinboro State F7........86-83......... W..............................................TEMPLE F9........70-66......... W....................................... at Duquesne F11......66-86......... L........................................at Kent State F14......48-83......... L.............................................RUTGERS F18......69-70......... L..........................at George Washington F19......59-80......... L............................................at Howard F25......88-64......... W.........................................MARSHALL F26......92-89......... W..................................at California, Pa.

1981-82 (20-11) N19.....99-59......... W..................WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN N22.....62-81......... L......................................... at Maryland N28.....65-73......... L........................... EASTERN KENTUCKY N30.....82-67......... W............................... EDINBORO STATE D1.......85-74......... W........................................KENT STATE D5.......70-61......... W.........................................MARSHALL D7.......81-84......... L........................................INDIANA, Pa. D9.......81-47......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS D12.....101-49....... W............................... GLENVILLE STATE D15.....58-56......... W.........................................CINCINNATI Hurricane Classic D28.....54-77......... L.......................................Northwestern D29.....61-60......... W............................................... Mercer D30.....63-64......... L.......................................Georgia State J2........82-81+....... W....................................at Virginia Tech J6........68-81......... L.........................................OHIO STATE J9........71-56......... W......................................NEW MEXICO J13......65-52......... W............................at Youngstown State J18......81-79......... W....................................... PENN STATE




1984-85 J20......77-56......... W.........................................DUQUESNE Husky Classic J22......62-50......... W.....................................at Connecticut J23......54-55......... L...........................................Monmouth J24......59-53......... W..............................PITT-JOHNSTOWN J27......43-75......... L.................................................. at Pitt F1........73-53......... W................................. at Davis & Elkins F4........68-84......... L.............................................at Temple F8........83-94......... L....................................... at Charleston F13......79-89......... L............................................at Rutgers F18......75-67......... W............................................HOWARD F20......80-57......... W.........................................MARSHALL F25......73-69*........ W.......................GEORGE WASHINGTON F27......79-68......... W...............................at James Madison

1982-83 (17-12, Atlantic 10/5th) N22.....70-93......... L........................................at Tennessee Lady Flash Holiday Classic N27.....61-65......... L................................................Arizona N28.....75-60......... W.......................................at Kent State D1.......89-82......... W.........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE D4.......87-58......... W.........................................MARSHALL D7.......131-44....... W.......................................INDIANA, Pa. D10.....47-74......... L................................... at Old Dominion Rhode Island Jacob’s Best Classic D28.....42-70......... L..............................District of Columbia D29.....61-63......... L............................................... Bishops D30.....59-58......... W........................................St. Joseph’s J5........99-52......... W............................... JAMES MADISON J8........50-52......... L...............................................TEMPLE J13......64-49......... W......................................... at Marshall J15......71-66......... W....................................VIRGINIA TECH J17......67-55......... W................................. at Glenville State J19......63-76......... L.........................................at Cincinnati J22......84-66......... W................................................... PITT J26......68-81......... L.................................at Pitt-Johnstown J29......52-66......... L........................................ at Seton Hall J31......50-40......... W.........................at George Washington F2........48-117....... L.......................................at Penn State F7........83-57......... W.............................................DETROIT F12......86-60......... W..................................... CHARLESTON

F14......75-62......... W..................................at Robert Morris F23......102-34....... W...............WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON F28......85-87*........ L.............................................RUTGERS M2.......75-46......... W.........................................DUQUESNE Atlantic 10 Tournament M4.......78-66......... W..................................... ST. JOSEPH’S M5.......55-73......... L........................................ PENN STATE

1983-84 (17-12, 6-2 Atlantic 10/T-2nd) N19.....47-52......... L........................................... Tennessee N26.....59-56......... W.................................... at St. Joseph’s N29.....80-52......... W............................................... AKRON N30.....52-77......... L........................................at Ohio State D3.......76-65......... W......................................... at Marshall D7.......79-37......... W........................................KENT STATE D10.....66-61......... W........................................... at Ohio U. South Florida Tournament D16.....86-78......... W..................................vs. Georgia Tech D17.....69-62......... W.......................... vs. Tennessee-Martin D18.....49-50......... L..................vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga J5........75-68......... W.......................GEORGE WASHINGTON J7........108-42....... W...................... ALDERSON-BROADDUS J13......62-73......... L.....................................at Virginia Tech J15......47-43......... W...............................at James Madison J18......61-77......... L.................................................. at Pitt Coca-Cola Classic J20......68-78......... L.......................................at Penn State J21......62-83......... L......................................... vs. Cheyney J26......73-49......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS J28......78-73......... W............................................at Temple J30......81-62......... W...................................... at Charleston F2........75-70......... W....................................... PENN STATE F11......66-75......... L....................................at Rhode Island F16......85-67......... W.........................................DUQUESNE F18......77-64......... W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS F21......75-77......... L.............................at Youngstown State F25......54-61......... L............................................at Rutgers F28......59-96......... L.......................................at Penn State Atlantic 10 Tournament M2.......73-65......... W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS M3.......62-81......... L........................................ PENN STATE

1984-85 (20-10, 6-2 Atlantic 10/3rd) N23.....87-64......... W..................................vs. Indiana State N24.....63-70......... L..........................................at Kentucky N28.....62-57......... W..............................................at Akron D1.......70-51......... W.......................................at Kent State D3.......78-71......... W.........................................MARSHALL D5.......77-63......... W................................................... PITT Dial Classic D7.......73-67......... W.................................................Baylor D8.......72-84......... L.......................................at Mississippi D19.....84-69......... W.........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE Mountaineer Christmas Classic D21.....110-82....... W.......................................... Charleston D22.....92-79......... W............................................. Marshall Comuniplex Holiday Classic D28.....67-93......... L........................Middle Tennessee State D29.....109-76....... W.................................................Xavier J12......59-61......... L........................................at Tennessee J14......90-71......... W....................................... at Duquesne J20......66-62......... W.........................at George Washington J24......104-66....... W............................. CLEVELAND STATE J26......86-81+....... W..............................................TEMPLE J30......74-56......... W..................................at Robert Morris F2........73-84......... L.......................................at Penn State F7........53-51......... W..................................... ST. JOSEPH’S F9........58-51......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND F16......74-95......... L........................................ PENN STATE F21......63-60......... W................................at Massachusetts F23......69-72......... L................................................Rutgers Atlantic 10 Tournament F28......70-60*........ W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS F29......69-94......... L........................................ PENN STATE Women’s NIT M21....57-69......... L.................................... Louisiana State M22....71-75......... L............................... Cal State-Fullerton M23....62-60......... W.............................................Montana

1985-86 (12-17, 8-8 Atlantic 10/T-4th) N23.....79-74*........ W............................................... AKRON N25.....61-59......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND D3.......68-64......... W................................................. at Pitt

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1988-89 Louisiana Tech Dial Classic D6.......81-82......... L.................................................. Drake D7.......55-75......... L......................................... Illinois State D10.....72-90......... L.......................................... at Marshall Orange Bowl Classic D29.....66-86......... L......................................vs. Mississippi D30.....47-70......... L......................................vs. Penn State D31.....71-73......... L..............................vs. San Diego State J4........58-74......... L.........................................TENNESSEE J7........49-95......... L.......................... WESTERN KENTUCKY J11......67-61......... W................................at Massachusetts J13......54-68......... L....................................at Rhode Island J18......50-54......... L........................................ at Duquesne J19......54-65......... L..........................at George Washington J23......65-66......... L.......................................at Penn State J25......67-50......... W............................. CLEVELAND STATE J29......54-66......... L.............................................RUTGERS F1........78-66......... W..............................................TEMPLE F3........62-77......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s F8........72-71......... W....................................... PENN STATE F10......75-73*........ W............................................at Temple F13......85-54......... W.........................................DUQUESNE F15......76-63......... W.......................GEORGE WASHINGTON F20......67-61......... W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS F22......65-85......... L............................................at Rutgers M1.......64-70......... L...................................... ST. JOSEPH’S Atlantic 10 Tournament M5.......74-68......... W..............................................TEMPLE M6.......56-57......... L.............................................RUTGERS

1986-87 (14-15, 8-10 Atlantic 10/7th) N29.....95-68......... W............................................... SALEM D1.......63-53......... W..............................................at Akron D3.......61-56......... W..................................................... Pitt D4.......73-65......... W......................................... STANFORD D6.......85-82......... W.........................................MARSHALL D13.....69-92......... L................................... at Old Dominion Buckeye Classic D19.....60-75......... L........................................at Ohio State D20.....59-81......... L.............................. vs. Tennessee Tech J3........57-82......... L............................................at Rutgers

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J5........64-83......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s J8........72-89......... L........................................ PENN STATE J10......80-72......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE J15......64-60......... W............................................at Temple J17......57-72......... L..........................at George Washington J19......76-77*........ L............................... MASSACHUSETTS J24......69-60......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND J31......63-59......... W....................................... at Duquesne F5........59-60......... L................................at St. Bonaventure F7........55-84......... L.......................................at Penn State F9........78-95......... L.............................................RUTGERS F12......70-67......... W.......................GEORGE WASHINGTON F14......77-73......... W..............................................TEMPLE F19......62-65......... L.................................at Massachusetts F21......73-53......... W...................................at Rhode Island F24......60-90......... L...................................... ST. JOSEPH’S F28......89-79......... W.........................................DUQUESNE M1.......67-70......... L.......................... WESTERN KENTUCKY Atlantic 10 Tournament M4.......61-51......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND M6.......74-83......... L.......................................at Penn State

1987-88 (14-14, 9-9 Atlantic 10/T-5th) N28.....84-68......... W........................................KENT STATE N30.....72-67......... W......................................... at Marshall Lady Seminole Classic D4.......65-54......... W.................... vs. Alabama-Birmingham D5.......58-68*........ L.....................................at Florida State D7.......84-70......... W............................................... AKRON D11.....75-92......... L.........................................at Vanderbilt D13.....60-88......... L............................ at Western Kentucky D19.....64-89......... L....................................OLD DOMINION D21.....73-64......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE D30.....63-62......... W................................................... PITT J2........80-69......... W....................................... at Duquesne J7........53-75......... L............................................at Rutgers J9........58-69......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s J14......70-72......... L............................... MASSACHUSETTS J16......49-51......... L....................................RHODE ISLAND J21......72-62......... W............................................at Temple J23......95-97+....... L..........................at George Washington

J30......66-50......... W....................................... PENN STATE F6........75-58......... W.........................................DUQUESNE F8........65-82......... L.......................................at Penn State F11......56-82......... L...................................... ST. JOSEPH’S F13......73-78......... L.............................................RUTGERS F18......67-52......... W...................................at Rhode Island F20......68-59......... W................................at Massachusetts F25......59-65......... L........................GEORGE WASHINGTON F27......77-67......... W..............................................TEMPLE M1.......54-46......... W...............................at St. Bonaventure Atlantic 10 Tournament M7.......49-84......... L.......................................at Penn State

1988-89 (24-8, 12-6 Atlantic 10/5th) Sooner Classic N25.....75-66......... W.............................................Alabama N26.....83-65......... W...........................................Oklahoma N29.....90-78......... W.......................................at Kent State Dial Soap Classic D2.......70-64......... W...............................................vs. Rice D3.......89-75......... W................................. vs. Arizona State D10.....65-74......... L...............................................at Akron D18.....69-67*........ W......................... WESTERN KENTUCKY D30.....67-63......... W................................................... PITT J3........81-76*........ W....................................... PENN STATE J7........88-71......... W....................................... at Duquesne J12......70-91......... L.............................................RUTGERS J14......66-78......... L...................................... ST. JOSEPH’S J19......76-58......... W...................................at Rhode Island J21......72-64......... W................................at Massachusetts J26......86-61......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE J28......72-54......... W.......................GEORGE WASHINGTON J30......54-72......... L...............................................TEMPLE F2........61-70......... L.......................................at Penn State F4........90-83......... W...............................at St. Bonaventure F9........77-42......... W.........................................MARSHALL F11......83-76......... W.........................................DUQUESNE F16......59-78......... L............................................at Rutgers F18......68-84......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s F23......62-61......... W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS F25......85-71......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND




1991-92 M2.......80-78......... W............................................at Temple M4.......66-64......... W.........................at George Washington Atlantic 10 Tournament M8.......76-64......... W......................................at Penn State M9.......76-59......... W........................................St. Joseph’s M11....63-54......... W.......................................... vs. Temple NCAA Tournament M15....66-57......... W........................... at Western Kentucky M19....68-81......... L............................................ at Virginia

1989-90 (19-10, 12-6 Atlantic 10/4th) N26.....57-68......... L...............................................at UCLA N27.....79-72......... W..................................... at Pepperdine D9.......73-61......... W...............................vs. Texas Christian D10.....70-74......... L.....................................at Wake Forest D17.....53-61......... L............................ at Western Kentucky D19.....91-58......... W............................................... AKRON D22.....80-65......... W................................................. at Pitt J3........76-55......... W................................ at George Mason J6........81-39......... W.........................................MARSHALL J11......79-78......... W..............................................TEMPLE J13......67-76......... L...................................... ST. JOSEPH’S J18......71-87......... L.............................................RUTGERS J20......87-73......... W................................at Massachusetts J22......82-69......... W...................................at Rhode Island J25......80-67......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE J27......71-73......... L........................................ PENN STATE J29......84-71......... W.......................GEORGE WASHINGTON F1........65-50......... W....................................... at Duquesne F3........64-96......... L.......................................at Penn State F8........66-64......... W...............................at St. Bonaventure F11......81-53......... W.........................................DUQUESNE F15......64-80......... L............................................at Rutgers F17......63-51......... W.........................at George Washington F22......77-51......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND F24......85-55......... W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS M1.......60-80......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s M3.......72-70......... W............................................at Temple Atlantic 10 Tournament M5.......85-76......... W..............................................TEMPLE M6.......66-87......... L....................................vs. St. Joseph’s

1990-91 (17-12, 11-7 Atlantic 10/4th) Lady Techster Dial Soap Classic N30.....66-71......... L.....................................Louisiana Tech D1.......91-85*........ W....................................... Wake Forest D5.......63-70......... L.......................................... at Marshall D8.......62-63......... L.......................... WESTERN KENTUCKY D17.....69-59......... W................................ GEORGE MASON D20.....84-80......... W....................................at Virginia Tech Boilermaker Classic D29.....85-79......... W..............................vs. Northern Illinois D30.....59-89......... L................................................ Purdue J5........79-62......... W................................at South Alabama J10......76-53......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND J12......92-35......... W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS J14......105-50....... W.........................................DUQUESNE J17......77-95......... L............................................at Rutgers J19......67-69......... L..........................at George Washington J24......85-64......... W...............................at St. Bonaventure J26......60-106....... L.......................................at Penn State J31......67-72......... L...............................................TEMPLE F2........82-63......... W..................................... ST. JOSEPH’S F4........76-54......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE F7........84-47......... W................................at Massachusetts F9........81-56......... W...................................at Rhode Island F14......69-73......... L........................GEORGE WASHINGTON F16......67-74......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s F21......80-49......... W....................................... at Duquesne F23......60-77......... L........................................ PENN STATE F28......89-78......... W............................................RUTGERS M2.......69-67......... W..............................................TEMPLE Atlantic 10 Tournament M4.......92-83......... W..............................................TEMPLE M6.......66-109....... L......................................vs. Penn State

1991-92 (26-4, 16-0 Atlantic 10/1st) Virginia Cavalier Classic N22.....80-75......... W................................................Florida N23.....63-92......... L............................................ at Virginia Indiana Full-O-Pep Classic D6.......77-45......... W............................................Evansville D7.......81-77*........ W........................................... at Indiana

D15.....84-85*........ L............................ at Western Kentucky D21.....91-63......... W................................................... PITT J2........83-75......... W...............................at St. Bonaventure J5........94-46......... W............................... SOUTH ALABAMA J9........93-57......... W..................................... ST. JOSEPH’S J11......93-51......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE J14......85-49......... W............................................... XAVIER J16......71-54......... W............................................at Temple J18......71-61......... W.................................... at St. Joseph’s J22......89-73......... W.......................... Marshall (Charleston) J26......81-60......... W......................................... ARKANSAS J30......94-69......... W................................at Massachusetts F1........87-73......... W...................................at Rhode Island F4........73-56......... W.........................................DUQUESNE F8........80-61......... W.......................GEORGE WASHINGTON F13......100-58....... W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS F15......95-75......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND F17......71-69......... W...........................................at Rutgers F22......100-34....... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS F24......61-60......... W.........................at George Washington F29......81-65......... W....................................... at Duquesne M5.......87-56......... W..............................................TEMPLE M7.......88-65......... W............................................RUTGERS Atlantic 10 Tournament M12....62-63......... L.......................................vs. Duquesne NCAA Tournament M22....73-72......... W.......................................... CLEMSON M26....83-103....... L............................................ at Virginia

1992-93 (12-16, 7-7 Atlantic 10/4th) D1.......72-92......... L..........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE Arkansas Dial Classic D4.......59-75......... L.................................................. Butler D5.......86-80......... W.........................................North Texas D8.......68-99......... L.............................................. at Xavier Amana-Iowa Hawkeye Classic D11.....44-74......... L................................................ at Iowa D12.....63-73......... L............................................. Kentucky D19.....75-68......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE D21.....64-106....... L............................................ at Kansas D29.....73-60......... W.........................................RICHMOND

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1995-96 J2........68-80......... L............................................at Rutgers J5........59-66......... L..............................................FLORIDA J11......99-72......... W..................................at Robert Morris J16......77-95......... L................................at St. Bonaventure J20......82-71......... W.......................GEORGE WASHINGTON J23......67-83......... L...................................... ST. JOSEPH’S J25......72-55......... W..............................................TEMPLE J28......78-74......... W...................................at Rhode Island J30......68-76......... L.................................at Massachusetts F4........90-80......... W.........................................DUQUESNE F6........67-51......... W.............................. MASSACHUSETTS F13......61-87......... L..........................at George Washington F17......81-92......... L........................... Marshall (Charleston) F20......75-76......... L.............................................RUTGERS F27......87-80......... W...................................RHODE ISLAND M4.......61-77......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s M6.......78-71*........ W............................................at Temple Atlantic 10 Tournament M11....68-56......... W...............................vs. Massachusetts M12....66-71......... L.......................................... vs. Rutgers

1993-94 (8-19, 4-12 Atlantic 10/8th) Colorado Coors Classic N26.....47-105....... L......................................... Washington N27.....72-68......... W........................................Weber State N30.....96-75......... W............................at Youngstown State D9.......75-61......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS D21.....57-69......... L...................................................IOWA Auburn Dial Classic D29.....63-67......... L........................................Northeastern D30.....59-75......... L....................................Northern Illinois J2........64-84......... L.............................................. KANSAS J4........75-81......... L........................................ at Richmond J8........69-101....... L.............................................RUTGERS J11......69-70......... L................................at St. Bonaventure J15......50-68......... L........................GEORGE WASHINGTON J19......73-66......... W.......................... Marshall (Charleston) J22......62-52*........ W................................at Massachusetts J24......51-74......... L....................................at Rhode Island J29......76-73......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE F2........85-98......... L............................................at Rutgers

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F7........57-68......... L........................................ at Duquesne F12......89-91*........ L...............................................TEMPLE F14......50-69......... L...................................... ST. JOSEPH’S F17......62-68......... L............................... MASSACHUSETTS F19......67-45......... W............................................at Temple F21......51-60......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s F26......64-67......... L....................................RHODE ISLAND M3.......62-94......... L..........................at George Washington M5.......72-69*........ W.........................................DUQUESNE Atlantic 10 Tournament M9.......61-70......... L........................................... vs. Temple

1994-95 (8-20, 4-12 Atlantic 10/T-7th) Lady Raider Classic D3.......82-92......... L....................................... Wichita State D4.......70-58......... W...........................................Richmond D6.......75-78......... L........................ MOUNT SAINT MARY’S D8.......80-88*........ L...................................at Robert Morris D17.....75-67......... W.........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE J4........71-100....... L............................................at Rutgers Georgia Southern/Hampton Inn Classic J6........63-78......... L..................................................Drexel J7........80-69......... W................................................Liberty J10......70-86......... L....................................RHODE ISLAND J12......58-73......... L...................................... ST. JOSEPH’S J18......72-87......... L........................... Marshall (Charleston) J21......73-90......... L........................................ at Duquesne J23......54-98......... L............................................. at Florida J26......57-87......... L........................GEORGE WASHINGTON J28......71-69......... W..............................................TEMPLE F2........64-89......... L.................................at Massachusetts F4........68-85......... L....................................at Rhode Island F8........85-74......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE F11......59-64......... L..................................... at St. Joseph’s F13......72-45......... W............................................at Temple F16......65-86......... L.............................................RUTGERS F18......72-93......... L..........................at George Washington F21......68-77......... L..........................................DUQUESNE F23......85-72......... W...............................at St. Bonaventure F25......70-71......... L............................... MASSACHUSETTS M1.......66-82......... L.....................................VIRGINIA TECH

Atlantic 10 Tournament M8.......62-61......... W...............................vs. Massachusetts M9.......69-89......... L.......................................... vs. Rutgers

1995-96 (12-15, 7-11 BIG EAST/t-4th BE 6) Kentucky Invitational N24.....77-71......... L................................................. Toledo N25.....80-58......... W.......................................NC-Asheville D2.......65-75......... L...............................BOSTON COLLEGE D7.......47-79......... L......................................at Connecticut D10.....98-68......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS D16.....97-91......... W............................at Youngstown State D18.....64-84......... L...................................................DUKE D21.....69-89......... L........................................ at Duquesne D30.....86-62......... W.............................at Mount St. Mary’s J2........82-92......... L..................................... at Georgetown J4........73-65......... W................................................... PITT J6........75-63......... W...........................................at Rutgers J10......61-75......... L.......................................... at Villanova J13......77-82......... L.................................at Boston College J18......76-71......... W.......................... Marshall (Charleston) J21......63-57......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S J25......58-77......... L..............................................at Miami J28......84-87......... L.....................................GEORGETOWN J31......79-82......... L.................................................. at Pitt F3........67-50......... W.......................................SETON HALL F8........69-88......... L..................................................MIAMI F10......87-81......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE F13......37-82......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT F21......86-68......... W.........................................at Syracuse F24......71-66......... W........................................at St. John’s F26......55-73......... L...................................... NOTRE DAME BIG EAST Tournament M2.......78-95......... L........................................ vs. Syracuse

1996-97 (19-12, 11-7 BIG EAST/4th BE 6) N23.....81-88......... L..........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE N25.....90-82......... W.................................at Bowling Green N27.....70-84......... L................................................at Duke N30.....85-79......... W.........................................DUQUESNE






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D4.......81-77......... W......................................at Providence D7.......74-59......... W....................................... at Seton Hall D14.....97-79......... W..................................at Robert Morris D17.....86-78......... W........................................ vs. Marshall Paradise Classic D20.....54-73......... L............................................. at Hawaii D21.....77-60......... W.......................Middle Tennessee State D22.....85-75......... W............................................. Missouri D30.....96-91......... W.................................................. OHIO J2........93-69......... W.........................................at Syracuse J4........65-56......... W............................................RUTGERS J7........68-46......... W.........................................VILLANOVA J9........58-103....... L..................................... at Notre Dame J15......73-70......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S J19......66-73......... L.................................at Boston College J22......75-70......... W.................................................MIAMI J26......54-91......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT J29......79-94......... L..................................... at Georgetown F2........72-83......... L...........................................SYRACUSE F6........53-59......... L.......................................... at Villanova F9........95-86......... W................................................. at Pitt F12......81-70......... W.......................................SETON HALL F16......62-57......... W...........................................at Rutgers F18......60-68......... L.....................................at Wright State F22......81-73......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE F25......67-80......... L...................................... NOTRE DAME BIG EAST Tournament M1.......73-66......... W......................................vs. Seton Hall M2.......60-79......... L....................................vs. Georgetown

1997-98 (12-16, 7-11 BIG EAST/5th BE 6) N16.....69-51......... W................................... WRIGHT STATE N19.....86-96......... L.............................at Youngstown State N23.....58-59......... L............................................ at Virginia N29.....61-51......... W....................................at Wake Forest D6.......45-64......... L.................................at Boston College D13.....84-72......... W................................BOWLING GREEN D16.....74-80......... L.........................................OHIO STATE D20.....85-73......... W............................................... at Ohio D31.....72-74*........ L..............................................at Miami J3........74-65......... W....................................GEORGETOWN J6........65-43......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S J8........65-50......... W................................................... PITT J10......74-94......... L......................................at Connecticut J14......78-86......... L..................................... at Notre Dame J17......93-99*........ L...........................................SYRACUSE J21......103-92....... W......................................at Providence J25......59-55......... W.........................................VILLANOVA J28......61-86......... L........................................ at Seton Hall J31......86-61......... W................................................. at Pitt F4........68-85......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT F7........63-76......... L.............................................RUTGERS F14......66-79......... L..................................... at Georgetown F16......63-68......... L......................................... vs. Marshall F18......60-75......... L...............................BOSTON COLLEGE F21......64-55......... W........................................at St. John’s F24......69-90......... L..................................................MIAMI BIG EAST Tournament F28......67-65......... W......................................vs. Seton Hall M1.......82-84......... L.................................... vs. Connecticut

1998-99 (10-17, 5-13 BIG EAST/13th) N15.....72-85......... L..............................................VIRGINIA N18.....83-48......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS N22.....76-91......... L...............................................at UCLA N24.....66-54......... W........................................ at UC-Irvine N30.....67-57......... W....................................WAKE FOREST D5.......61-57......... W................ VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH D8.......72-81......... L...............................BOSTON COLLEGE D12.....84-73......... W....................................GEORGETOWN D20.....78-86......... L........................................at Ohio State

D30.....95-100....... L.......................................at Providence J2........71-116....... L......................................at Connecticut J5........56-71......... L..........................................VILLANOVA J7........90-111....... L..................................... at Notre Dame J10......61-62......... L........................................SETON HALL J14......54-73......... L............................................at Rutgers J17......71-82......... L.........................................at St. John’s J20......76-70......... W..........................................SYRACUSE J24......83-57......... W................................................... PITT J27......76-60......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J31......78-70......... W....................................... at Seton Hall F3........73-98......... L..............................................at Miami F6........73-58......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE F10......88-102....... L..........................................at Syracuse F13......60-65......... L.......................................... at Villanova F20......54-89......... L...................................... NOTRE DAME F23......59-88......... L.............................................RUTGERS BIG EAST Tournament F26......69-86......... L.............................................vs. Miami

1999-2000 (6-22, 1-15 BIG EAST/13th) N19.....63-56......... W...................at Virginia Commonwealth Terrapin Classic N27.....50-52*........ L.................................vs. UNC Charlotte N28.....85-74......... W..................................vs. Coppin State D1.......90-80......... W..................................at Robert Morris D4.......56-98......... L............................................. at Florida D8.......64-74......... L....................................... PROVIDENCE D18.....81-73......... W.........................................RICHMOND Tulane/Doubletree Classic D27.....73-89......... L............................................vs. Lehigh D28.....75-104....... L..............................................at Tulane D31.....80-76......... W..............................OKLAHOMA STATE J1........57-69......... L...............................................LIBERTY J5........54-75......... L..................................... at Notre Dame J8........54-74......... L.................................................. at Pitt J12......35-75......... L......................................at Connecticut J15......55-61......... L..........................................ST. JOHN’S J18......51-62......... L......................................... vs. Marshall J22......49-55......... L.............................................RUTGERS J26......43-61......... L.....................................GEORGETOWN J29......65-63......... W.........................................at Syracuse F2........49-58......... L........................................ at Seton Hall F5........50-70......... L..................................................MIAMI F9........50-62......... L..........................................VILLANOVA F12......55-58......... L........................................SETON HALL F15......55-77......... L..............................................at Miami F23......28-100....... L.....................................CONNECTICUT F26......53-68......... L.................................at Boston College F29......47-76......... L..................................... at Georgetown BIG EAST Tournament M4.......53-70......... L................................vs. Boston College

2000-01 (5-22, 3-13 BIG EAST/T-13th) N17.....81-66......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS N20.....81-65......... W............................................TOWSON N25.....67-78......... L............................................. at Liberty N29.....70-96......... L..............................................FLORIDA UNC-Wilmington Beach Blast D2.......73-81......... L.............................vs. Western Carolina D3.......62-85......... L....................................... vs. UT-Martin D6.......65-58......... W................................................... PITT D16.....68-85......... L................................ JAMES MADISON D19.....65-69......... L.................................... WRIGHT STATE D22.....74-84......... L........................................ at Richmond D29.....62-95......... L............................... at Oklahoma State J3........60-98......... L.......................................... at Villanova J6........81-63......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S J9........72-74......... L......................................... vs. Marshall J13......67-75*........ L.................................................. at Pitt J17......50-74......... L............................................at Rutgers

J24......64-87......... L...................................... NOTRE DAME J28......47-62......... L........................................SETON HALL J31......64-88......... L..................................... at Georgetown F2........54-93......... L...........................................SYRACUSE F7........68-84......... L..............................................at Miami F10......41-66......... L.........................................at St. John’s F14......53-92......... L.....................................VIRGINIA TECH F17......79-74......... W......................................at Providence F20......34-97......... L......................................at Connecticut F24......53-67......... L.............................................RUTGERS F27......67-85......... L...............................BOSTON COLLEGE

2001-02 (14-14, 6-10 BIG EAST/T-9th) N16.....77-57......... W............................MOUNT ST. MARY’S N20.....84-81*........ W....................................... at Duquesne Coors Classic N23.....74-85......... L................................. at Colorado State N24.....58-72......... L.............................................vs. Toledo N28.....90-53......... W....................................at Wright State D1.......69-45......... W........MARYLAND-BALTIMORE COUNTY D4.......53-69......... L..............................................at Miami D9.......83-62......... W.................................................. OHIO D16.....56-74......... L................................at James Madison D20.....64-50......... W........................................... at Towson D30.....89-39......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS J3........44-59......... L.......................................... at Villanova J8........57-52......... W.................................................MIAMI J12......65-49......... W............................................RUTGERS J16......62-67......... L.....................................at Virginia Tech J19......80-63......... W................................................... PITT J23......65-37......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J26......45-88......... L..........................................VILLANOVA J30......51-76......... L.................................at Boston College F2........69-47......... W........................................at St. John’s F6........71-70*........ W....................................GEORGETOWN F10......52-68......... L........................................ at Seton Hall F12......56-68......... L...............................BOSTON COLLEGE F16......65-50......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE F19......63-72......... L..................................... at Notre Dame F23......46-74......... L..........................................at Syracuse F26......60-89......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT BIG EAST Tournament M2.......60-80......... L........................................ vs. Syracuse

2002-03 (15-13, 4-12 BIG EAST/T-11th) N22.....76-63......... W.............................at Mount St. Mary’s N25.....77-72......... W..........................................at Bucknell RazeWV.com Hoops Bash N29.....77-26......... W............................................... AKRON N30.....82-53......... W....................................COPPIN STATE D4.......69-38......... W...............................DELAWARE STATE D7.......114-45....... W..................................at Robert Morris D15.....81-47......... W............................................... at Ohio D18.....71-53......... W................................... WRIGHT STATE D21.....79-53......... W.........................................DUQUESNE D29.....55-43......... W.............................................at UMKC J8........59-66......... L...................................... NOTRE DAME J11......43-53......... L..........................................VILLANOVA J15......61-75......... L.......................................at Providence J18......48-55......... L.....................................VIRGINIA TECH J22......67-63......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J25......61-69......... L.................................at Boston College J29......50-54......... L........................................SETON HALL F1........64-69......... L..................................... at Notre Dame F5........61-54......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE F8........58-78......... L..................................... at Georgetown F12......50-65......... L............................................at Rutgers F15......100-84....... W.................................................MIAMI F19......61-67......... L.................................................. at Pitt F22......68-59......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S F26......77-74*........ W..........................................SYRACUSE

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2004-05 M1.......64-76......... L.....................................at Virginia Tech M4.......58-78......... L......................................at Connecticut BIG EAST Tournament M8.......60-66......... L................................... vs. Virginia Tech

2003-04 (21-11, 10-6 BIG EAST/T-6th) N21.....77-57......... W..........................................BUCKNELL N23.....82-61......... W................................. EAST CAROLINA Paradise Jam N27.....64-82......... L...............................................vs. SMS N28.....75-61......... W..................................vs. Georgia Tech N29.....89-63......... W............................. vs. James Madison D4.......60-38......... W....................................at Wright State D6.......77-43......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS D14.....56-59*........ L.................................at Delaware State D16.....57-60......... L................................... at Northwestern D20.....86-68......... W....................................... at Duquesne D30.....69-63*........ W.................................................UMKC J3........65-58......... W................................................... PITT J7........57-82......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT J10......50-57......... L........................................ at Seton Hall J13......69-67......... W........................................at St. John’s J17......64-51......... W..................................... NOTRE DAME J21......79-53......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J24......69-57......... W.........................................at Syracuse J28......70-61......... W....................................GEORGETOWN J31......56-36......... W................................................. at Pitt F4........88-53......... W......................................at Providence F7........56-36......... W..........................................SYRACUSE F10......69-66......... W....................................VIRGINIA TECH F14......64-70......... L...............................BOSTON COLLEGE F17......67-74......... L.......................................... at Villanova F24......80-71......... W............................................RUTGERS F28......74-82......... L..............................................at Miami M2.......72-100....... L......................................at Connecticut BIG EAST Tournament M6.......84-59......... W...................................... vs. St. John’s M7.......58-47......... W........................................vs. Villanova M8.......51-61......... L.......................................... vs. Rutgers NCAA Tournament M20....67-73......... L........................................at Ohio State

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2004-05 (21-13, 7-9 BIG EAST/T-6th) N19.....67-39......... W.............................UNC GREENSBORO N22.....89-55......... W................................NORTHWESTERN FIU/Herald Thanksgiving Classic N26.....61-40......... W................................. vs. Wichita State N27.....58-49......... W.........................at Florida International D1.......81-52......... W....................................... LONGWOOD D4.......74-54......... W.........................................DUQUESNE D7.......74-68......... W.................................ST. FRANCIS, PA. D11.....67-53......... W....................................COPPIN STATE D21.....76-54......... W...................................at East Carolina D30.....66-74......... L.............. at Texas A&M - Corpus Christi J2........56-69......... L...............................BOSTON COLLEGE J6........55-66......... L........................................ at Seton Hall J8........60-45......... W......................................at Providence J11......76-82......... L......................................... vs. Marshall J15......64-56......... W.......................................SETON HALL J20......75-76......... L.................................at Boston College J23......52-58......... L.......................................... at Villanova J26......81-50......... W..........................................SYRACUSE J30......49-70......... L............................................at Rutgers F5........65-71......... L................................... at Goeorgetown F8........84-58......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S F12......51-52......... L..........................................VILLANOVA F16......61-55......... W................................................. at Pitt F19......73-61......... W....................................GEORGETOWN F22......99-59......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE F26......57-82......... L..................................... at Notre Dame M1.......41-71......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT BIG EAST Tournament M5.......77-68......... W................................................ vs. Pitt M6.......59-70......... L.................................... vs. Notre Dame Postseason WNIT Tournament M18....74-59......... W................................................MAINE M21....68-63......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S M24....65-52......... W....................................WAKE FOREST M28....80-75+....... W.........................................at Kentucky M31....70-78......... L................................................ at SMS

2005-06 (15-16, 4-12 BIG EAST/12th) UCF Golden Knights Classic

N19.....54-57......... L...............................vs. UT-San Antonio N20.....77-63......... W................................................ at UCF N26.....83-39......... W.......................................... FORDHAM N30.....80-54......... W................................ ROBERT MORRIS D3.......70-72......... L.............................. at UNC Greensboro D10.....79-54......... W..........................................at Houston D17.....77-61......... W....................................... at Duquesne D19.....82-39......... W............................. CLEVELAND STATE D21.....100-60....... W.............................. KENNESAW STATE J1........69-70*........ L............TEXAS A&M - CORPUS CHRISTI J3........61-67*........ L........................................ at Seton Hall J7........74-52......... W.........................................at Syracuse J10......99-73......... W.........................................LOUISVILLE J14......65-54......... W....................................GEORGETOWN J18......59-75......... L.......................................... at Villanova J21......75-80......... L........................................MARQUETTE J25......72-58......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J29......69-74......... L.........................................at St. John’s J31......82-70......... W.............................................DE PAUL F4........50-58......... L......................................at Connecticut F7........55-57......... L.......................................at Providence F10......41-54......... L.............................................RUTGERS F15......46-56......... L.........................................at Cincinnati F19......58-62......... L.................................................... PITT F22......58-70......... L...................................... NOTRE DAME F25......56-66......... L................................................. at USF F28......56-69......... L..........................................VILLANOVA BIG EAST Tournament M4.......54-45......... W....................................... vs. Louisville M5.......55-49......... W...................................... vs. St. John’s M6.......56-40......... W......................................... vs. Rutgers M7.......44-50......... L.................................... vs. Connecticut

2006-07 (21-11, 11-5 BIG EAST/4th) Basketball Traveler’s Classic N12.....25-64......... L................................................. at LSU N13.....56-60......... L................................... vs. Virginia Tech N14.....84-61......... W..........................................vs. Howard N18.....78-30......... W.......................................... WOFFORD LMU/Ayres Thanksgiving Classic N24.....52-55......... L......................................vs. Texas A&M






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N25.....57-55......... W.......................................vs. American N30.....73-47......... W...........................................HOUSTON D2.......54-53......... W....................................COPPIN STATE D6.......50-74......... L........................................at Marquette D8.......77-42......... W.........................................DUQUESNE D16.....70-61......... W...........................................OAKLAND D20.....51-66......... L........................................at Tennessee D30.....98-60......... W.................................ST. FRANCIS, PA. J2........44-63......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT J6........64-70+....... L.......................................... at Villanova J9........74-63......... W............................................at DePaul J13......69-57......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE J16......79-54......... W.......................................SETON HALL J20......59-45......... W.........................................VILLANOVA J24......76-54......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J27......69-47......... W.................................... at Georgetown J31......67-49......... W..........................................SYRACUSE F4........67-77......... L..................................... at Notre Dame F6........66-42......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S F11......49-55......... L............................................at Rutgers F17......73-64......... W.................................................... USF F20......57-46......... W................................................. at Pitt F24......61-49......... W.........................................CINCINNATI F26......76-71*........ W.........................................at Louisville BIG EAST Tournament M4.......56-68......... L........................................ vs. Louisville NCAA Tournament M17....65-52......... W............................................vs. Xavier M19....43-49......... L................................................vs. LSU

2007-08 (25-8, 12-4 BIG EAST/3rd) N9.......76-49......... W............................................CANISIUS N16.....81-29......... W.................................ST. FRANCIS, PA. N18.....93-52......... W............................................CORNELL N21.....49-67......... L...................................... vs. Tennessee Rhode Island Invitational N23.....65-61......... W.......................................vs. American N24.....80-47......... W...................................at Rhode Island FAU Holiday Classic D1.......64-37......... W............................. vs. St. Bonaventure D2.......74-41......... W.......................................vs. Columbia D7.......91-64......... W....................................... at Duquesne D15.....93-26......... W...................................PRESBYTERIAN D17.....84-65......... W..........................................at Oakland D22.....66-79......... L............................................ at Indiana J5........79-73......... W................................................ at USF J9........48-84......... L......................................at Connecticut J13......56-50......... W..................................... NOTRE DAME J16......68-63......... W.......................................MARQUETTE J19......68-44......... W........................................at St. John’s J23......58-51......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J26......67-35......... W....................................GEORGETOWN J29......63-54......... W............................................RUTGERS F3........70-42......... W....................................... at Seton Hall F9........63-60......... W......................................at Providence F13......56-35......... W................................................... PITT F16......80-81......... L..............................................DE PAUL F19......82-63......... W........................................at Cincinnati F23......76-55......... W.........................................VILLANOVA F26......75-77*........ L.................................................. at Pitt M1.......78-70......... W.........................................LOUISVILLE M3.......51-73......... L..........................................at Syracuse BIG EAST Tournament M9.......64-42......... W...............................................vs. USF M10....60-67......... L........................................ vs. Louisville NCAA Tournament M22....61-60......... W....................................at New Mexico M24....46-64......... L....................................... vs. Vanderbilt

2008-09 (18-15, 5-11 BIG EAST/T-11th) N14.....70-31......... W...............NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL

N16.....44-52......... L................................................... IONA N18.....79-42......... W.................................NORTHEASTERN N22.....67-49*........ W................... FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL Dead River Company Classic N28.....76-42......... W............................vs. New Jersey Tech N29.....66-49......... W........................................... vs. Brown D3.......88-38......... W.....................................MERCYHURST D7.......59-41......... W.........................................DUQUESNE D13.....73-77......... L.............................................. INDIANA D20.....68-63......... W................................... at Fresno State D22.....72-54......... W.....................................at Santa Clara D30.....76-51......... W....................................... LONGWOOD J4........63-72......... L.................................................. at Pitt J7........55-61......... L..........................................CINCINNATI J10......55-85......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT J14......74-65......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J17......52-54......... L.......................................... at Villanova J20......44-60......... L............................................at Rutgers J24......63-61......... W.........................................ST. JOHN’S J31......56-74......... L.............................................at DePaul F4........47-55......... L........................................SETON HALL F7........79-70......... W.........................................at Louisville F10......59-50......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE F15......59-79......... L........................................at Marquette F18......73-79*........ L..................................... at Georgetown F21......90-75......... W.................................................... USF F24......60-72......... L.................................................... PITT F28......69-68......... W..........................................SYRACUSE M2.......66-72......... L..................................... at Notre Dame BIG EAST Tournament M6.......53-48......... W.....................................vs. Providence M7.......72-75*........ L........................................... vs. DePaul Postseason WNIT Tournament M19....70-40......... W....................................COPPIN STATE M21....63-68......... L................................at St. Bonaventure

2009-10 (29-6, 13-3 BIG EAST/2nd) Preseason WNIT N13.....79-42......... W............................................TOWSON N16.....55-50......... W.............................................. MARIST N19.....69-92......... L........................................at Ohio State N24.....73-52......... W....................................... at Duquesne Nugget Classic N27.....69-66......... W.............................................. vs. Iowa N28.....66-41......... W........................................... at Nevada D2.......64-28......... W...........................................RADFORD D5.......88-32......... W................................................MAINE D8.......60-40......... W.......................... EASTERN KENTUCKY D12.....74-43......... W....................................... LONGWOOD D20.....72-52......... W................................... FRESNO STATE D22.....79-45......... W.................................................UMBC D30.....78-55......... W.................................... SANTA CLARA J2........54-50......... W........................................at St. John’s J5........63-59......... W................................................... PITT J9........64-57*........ W.............................................DE PAUL J12......45-41......... W.........................................VILLANOVA J17......69-54......... W................................................. at Pitt J20......77-42......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J24......66-74......... L..................................... at Notre Dame J27......53-31......... W.......................................SETON HALL J30......72-66......... W.........................................LOUISVILLE F2........47-80......... L......................................at Connecticut F6........75-59......... W......................................at Providence F14......55-46......... W....................................GEORGETOWN F16......55-51......... W............................................RUTGERS F20......54-45......... W................................................ at USF F23......64-43......... W........................................at Cincinnati F27......69-56......... W.......................................MARQUETTE M1.......48-67......... L..........................................at Syracuse BIG EAST Tournament M7.......47-41......... W.......................................... vs. DePaul M8.......56-49......... W......................................... vs. Rutgers

M9.......32-60......... L.................................... vs. Connecticut NCAA Tournament M21....58-43......... W........................................... vs. Lamar M23....55-64......... L..............................vs. San Diego State

2010-11 (24-10, 8-8 BIG EAST/10th) N12.....80-49......... W.....................................LOYOLA (MD.) N17.....69-58......... W.........................................DUQUESNE N19.....66-31......... W...............................DELAWARE STATE Paradise Jam N25.....62-49......... W...............................................vs. TCU N26.....57-43......... W.......................................... vs. Virginia N27.....64-53......... W..................................... vs. Iowa State D2.......90-51......... W..................................................ELON D4.......89-57......... W........................................ HIGH POINT D9.......39-36......... W......................................... at Villanova D11.....71-39......... W............................. PRIARIE VIEW A&M D18.....83-55......... W...........................SAINT FRANCIS (PA.) D21.....71-39......... W..................... at North Carolina Central D30.....62-53......... W...............................at St. Bonaventure J2........63-37......... W.......... CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE J5........67-46......... W....................................... at Seton Hall J8........72-44......... W.........................................CINCINNATI J11......54-69......... L........................................at Marquette J15......70-61......... W..........................................SYRACUSE J19......78-21......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J22......78-52......... W.................................................... USF J25......60-65......... L..................................... at Georgetown J30......55-78......... L.............................................at DePaul F1........59-45......... W...................................... PROVIDENCE F5........53-60......... L.................................................... PITT F8........51-57......... L.....................................CONNECTICUT F13......47-57......... L..........................................at Louisville F19......90-79......... W................................................. at Pitt F22......60-72......... L...................................... NOTRE DAME F26......58-67......... L............................................at Rutgers F28......69-49......... W........................................... St. John’s BIG EAST Tournament M4.......66-41......... W ..................................... vs. Cincinnati M5.......51-59......... L....................................... vs. St. John’s NCAA Tournament M20....79-73......... W.........................................vs. Houston M22....68-82......... L..............................................at Baylor

2011-12(24-10, 11-5 BIG EAST/T-4th) N11.....69-37......... W.........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE N18.....48-56......... L...............................ST. BONAVENTURE N20.....97-24......... W...............NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL Woodland Hills Holiday Inn Thanksgiving Classic N25.....63-54......... W.............................................vs. UCLA N26.....47-48......... L......................... at Cal State Northridge N30.....63-52......... W........................................... LA SALLE D3.......78-53......... W.......................... BOSTON UNIVERSITY D7.......76-72......... W.........................................at Syracuse D10.....86-30......... W.................................NORTH FLORIDA D17.....55-61......... L........................................ at Duquesne D20.....94-32......... W............................MOUNT ST. MARY’S D28.....72-30......... W..........................................BUCKNELL D31.....84-36......... W..................................................ELON J4........60-79......... L......................................at Connecticut J7........61-56......... W.........................................VILLANOVA J10......79-63......... W.......................................SETON HALL J14......48-51......... L.......................................at Providence J17......69-57......... W........................................ vs. Marshall J21......54-43......... W................................................. at Pitt J24......54-64......... L.....................................GEORGETOWN J28......53-32......... W.......................................MARQUETTE F1........55-52......... W................................................ at USF F4........66-50......... W.........................................LOUISVILLE F12......65-63......... W.................................... at Notre Dame F15......60-50......... W............................................RUTGERS

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2013-14 F18......63-77......... L...............................................DEPAUL F21......54-63......... L.........................................at St. John’s F25......66-62......... W........................................at Cincinnati F27......60-42......... W................................................... PITT BIG EAST Tournament M3.......63-48......... W....................................... vs. Syracuse M4.......39-32......... W...................................vs. Georgetown M5.......45-73......... L.................................... vs. Notre Dame NCAA Tournament M17....68-55......... W.............................................vs. Texas M19....55-72......... L......................................... vs. Stanford

2012-13(17-14, 9-9 BIG 12/T-5th) N9.......76-47......... W.............................. UNC WILMINGTON N12 ....60-57......... W at Boston University N17 ....75-45......... W..................................... USC UPSTATE FIU Thanksgiving Classic N23.....63-71......... L................................................vs. LSU N25.....70-79......... L............................................... vs. Iowa D2.......54-47......... W........................................... at Virginia D4.......64-48......... W............................................. Marshall D8.......67-47......... W..............................ST. BONAVENTURE D16.....90-57......... W.........................YOUNGSTOWN STATE D20.....54-62......... L..........................................DUQUESNE D28.....72-67......... W..........................APPALACHIAN STATE J2........68-71......... L........................................ at Oklahoma J5........59-60......... L.............................................. KANSAS J9........53-49......... W................................................ TEXAS J12......66-52......... W...................................at Kansas State J15......58-50......... W....................................................TCU J19......58-76......... L..............................................at Baylor J22......73-77*........ L........................................ TEXAS TECH J26......49-53......... L........................................ IOWA STATE J29......67-61......... W.............................. at Oklahoma State F3........82-63......... W........................................OKLAHOMA F6........63-76......... L....................................... at Texas Tech F9........72-56......... W........................................... at Kansas F13......54-64......... L...............................OKLAHOMA STATE F17......68-66......... W.......................................at Iowa State F23......66-56......... W................................................ at TCU F26......66-57......... W...................................KANSAS STATE

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M2.......49-80......... L...............................................BAYLOR M5.......45-58......... L...............................................at Texas BIG 12 Championship M9.......64-65......... L.......................................vs. Oklahoma NCAA Tournament M24....53-66......... L......................................... at Delaware

2013-14 (30-5, 16-2 BIG 12/T-1st) N8.......61-70......... L.........................................OHIO STATE Bank of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Classic N15.....86-56......... W........................................ vs. Ole Miss N16.....88-66......... W...........................vs. Washington State N17.....59-56......... W............................................ at Hawaii N24.....68-58......... W.............................................VIRGINIA N30.....85-58......... W............................at Youngstown State D3.......88-56......... W....................................COPPIN STATE D7.......94-47......... W........................ FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON D14.....82-51......... W........................................ vs. Marshall D18.....109-47....... W...............................DELAWARE STATE D21.....88-801....... W....................................... at Duquesne D29.....89-56......... W..................................................ELON J2........65-55......... W........................................... at Kansas J4........71-67......... W.............................. at Oklahoma State J8........62-78......... L...............................................BAYLOR J12......56-49*........ W................................................ TEXAS J15......73-59......... W.......................................at Iowa State J18......77-63......... W........................................OKLAHOMA J22......70-51......... W...................................... at Texas Tech J25......63-66......... L...............................................at Texas J29......67-56......... W....................................... IOWA STATE F1........66-62......... W................................................ at TCU F8........84-44......... W...................................KANSAS STATE F13......76-75......... W....................................... at Oklahoma F16......61-57......... W....................................................TCU F19......77-45......... W..............................OKLAHOMA STATE F22......61-40......... W...................................at Kansas State F26......69-37......... W....................................... TEXAS TECH M2.......71-69......... W.............................................at Baylor M4.......67-60......... W............................................. KANSAS Big 12 Championship M8.......67-59......... W...............................................vs. TCU

M9.......67-60......... W.............................................vs. Texas M10....71-74......... L.............................................vs. Baylor NCAA Tournament M23....76-61......... W.................................... vs. Albany (NY) M25....67-76......... L................................................. at LSU

2014-15 (23-15, 7-11 BIG 12/T-7th) Preseason WNIT N15.....67-42......... W.......................... EASTERN KENTUCKY N17.....89-87......... W.......................................SETON HALL N20.....61-74......... L.............................. at Mississippi State N26.....83-39......... W........................................EVANSVILLE N29.....67-53......... W...........................................FAIRFIELD D3.......80-52......... W.......................... at Fairleigh Dickinson D6.......83-43......... W....................................COPPIN STATE D10.....79-60......... W.........................................DUQUESNE D13.....82-48......... W.................................................. IPFW D20.....69-56......... W........................................ vs. Marshall D22.....54-96......... L........................................at Ohio State D29.....101-46....... W...................................SAINT FRANCIS J4........60-71......... L........................................ at Oklahoma J7........55-61......... L...............................................at Texas J10......62-66......... L...............................................BAYLOR J14......45-55......... L........................................ TEXAS TECH J17......61-49......... W.............................. at Oklahoma State J21......63-51......... W...................................KANSAS STATE J24......59-65......... L............................................ at Kansas J28......57-73......... L....................................... at Texas Tech F1........78-69......... W........................................OKLAHOMA F4........76-71......... W....................................................TCU F7........43-61......... L........................................at Iowa State F10......59-56......... W............................................. KANSAS F15......51-79......... L..............................................at Baylor F18......46-52......... L...............................OKLAHOMA STATE F21......54-52......... W....................................... IOWA STATE F24......63-73......... L................................................. at TCU M1.......76-69*........ W................................................ TEXAS M3.......55-59......... L....................................at Kansas State Big 12 Championship M6.......59-40......... W.....................................vs. Texas Tech M7.......55-67......... L.......................................vs. Oklahoma




2015-16 Postseason WNIT Tournament M19....84-61......... W............................................BUFFALO M24....57-39......... W.......................................... HAMPTON M26....60-39......... W.........................................DUQUESNE M29....75-70*........ W.........................................VILLANOVA A1.......66-58*........ W..............................................TEMPLE A4.......60-62......... L...................................................UCLA

2015-16 (25-10, 12-6 BIG 12/3rd) N14.....77-34......... W...............................DELAWARE STATE N16.....96-64......... W....................................COPPIN STATE Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge N22.....57-62......... L.......................................... at Gonzaga N23.....67-78*........ L................................................vs. USC N24.....68-50......... W................................vs. Grand Canyon N29.....70-60......... W............................................... vs. Yale D2.......94-56......... W..............................MOREHEAD STATE D6.......91-42......... W........................ FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON

D13.....66-60......... W........................................ vs. Marshall D16.....74-43......... W....................................... LONGWOOD Florida Sunshine Classic D20.....69-62......... W............................. vs. James Madison D21.....75-64......... W.......................................... vs. Indiana D28.....67-57......... W..................................................ELON D30.....54-65......... L................................................. TEXAS J3........65-45......... W........................................... at Kansas J6........72-53......... W...................................at Kansas State J9........79-57......... W....................................... TEXAS TECH J12......64-69......... L..............................................at Baylor J16......72-35......... W............................................. KANSAS J24......97-84......... W................................................ at TCU J27......54-57......... L........................................ at Oklahoma J30......61-71......... L...............................................BAYLOR F2........69-42......... W...................................... at Texas Tech F6........64-44......... W...................................KANSAS STATE F10......57-47......... W....................................... IOWA STATE F13......51-63......... L............................... at Oklahoma State

F17......63-55......... W........................................OKLAHOMA F21......50-73......... L...............................................at Texas F24......83-72......... W....................................................TCU F27......82-48......... W..............................OKLAHOMA STATE M1.......82-57......... W.......................................at Iowa State Big 12 Championship M5.......74-65......... W................................. vs. Kansas State M6.......51-67......... L..............................................vs. Texas NCAA Tournament M18....74-65......... W.......................................vs. Princeton M20....81-88......... L........................................at Ohio State Home: ALL CAPS Away: indicated by “at” Neutral: upper/lower case * - overtime + - double overtime # - triple overtime

100-Point Games Points Score 131-44 131 114 114-45 110 110-82 109 109-47 109-76 109 108 108-42 105 105-50 104 104-66 103-92 103 103 103-62

Opponent Indiana, Pa. Robert Morris Charleston Delaware State Xavier Alderson-Broaddus Duquesne Cleveland State Providence West Liberty

Date December 7, 1982 December 7, 2002 December 21, 1984 December 18, 2013 December 29, 1984 January 7, 1984 January 14, 1991 January 24, 1985 January 21, 1998 N/A

Points Score Opponent 102-34 Washington & Jefferson 102 102 102-53 Salem 101 101-46 Saint Francis (Pa.) 101 101-49 Glenville State 101-91 Edinboro State 101 101 101-54 Robert Morris 100 100-60 Kennesaw State 100 100-84 Miami (Fla.) 100-58 Massachusetts 100

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1 2 All OT Games

Overtime Games Date November 23, 2015 April 1, 2015 March 29, 2015 March 1, 2015 January 12, 2014 January 22, 2013 January 9, 2010 March 7, 2009 February 18, 2009 November 22, 2008 February 26, 2008 February 26, 2007 January 6, 2007 January 3, 2006 January 1, 2006 March 28, 2005 December 30, 2004 December 14, 2004 February 26, 2003 February 6, 2002 November 20, 2001 January 13, 2001 November 27, 2000 January 17, 1998 December 31, 1997 December 8, 1994 March 5, 1994

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Opponent Site USC Spokane, Wash. Temple Morgantown, W.Va. Villanova Morgantown, W.Va. Texas Morgantown, W.Va. Texas Morgantown, W.Va. Texas Tech Morgantown, W.Va. DePaul Morgantown, W.Va. DePaul Hartford, Conn. Georgetown Washington, D.C. Florida Int’l Morgantown, W.Va. Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. Louisville Louisville, Ky. Villanova Villanova, Pa. Seton Hall South Orange, N.J. Texas A&M – CC Morgantown, W.Va. Kentucky Lexington, Ky. UMKC Kansas City, Mo. Delaware State Dover, Del. Syracuse Morgantown, W.Va. Georgetown Morgantown, W.Va. Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Pitt Pittsburgh, Pa. UNC Charlotte College Park, Md. Syracuse Morgantown, W.Va. Miami Miami, Fla. Robert Morris Pittsburgh, Pa. Duquesne Morgantown, W.Va.

  

Score W/L (OT) 67-78 L (OT) 66-58 W (OT) 75-70 W (OT) 76-69 W (OT) 56-49 W (OT) 73-77 L (OT) 64-57 W (OT) 72-75 L (OT) 73-79 L (OT) 67-59 W (OT) 75-77 L (OT) 76-71 W (2OT) 64-70 L (OT) 61-67 L (OT) 69-70 L (2OT) 80-75 W (OT) 69-63 W (OT) 56-59 L (OT) 77-74 W (OT) 71-70 W (OT) 84-81 W (OT) 67-75 L (OT) 50-52 L (OT) 93-99 L (OT) 72-74 L (OT) 80-88 L (OT) 72-69 W

Date February 12, 1994 January 22, 1994 March 6, 1993 December 15, 1991 December 7, 1991 December 1, 1990 January 18, 1990 January 11, 1990 November 27, 1989 January 3, 1989 December 18, 1988 January 23, 1988 December 5, 1987 January 19, 1987 February 10, 1986 November 23, 1985 March 1, 1985 January 26, 1985 December 16, 1983 February 28, 1983 February 25, 1982 January 2, 1982 December 30, 1980 December 28, 1980 February 29, 1980 February 6, 1980 February 8, 1978

Overall 28-20 3-3 31-23

Home Away Neutral 14-7 10-9 4-4 1-1 2-2 0-0 15-8 12-11 4-4

Opponent Site Temple Morgantown, W.Va. Massachusetts Amherst, Mass. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. W. Kentucky Bowling Green, Ky. Indiana Bloomington, Ind. Wake Forest Ruston, La. Rutgers Morgantown, W.Va. Temple Morgantown, W.Va. Pepperdine Malibu, Calif. Penn State Morgantown, W.Va. W. Kentucky Morgantown, W.Va. G. Washington Washington, D.C. Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. Massachusetts Morgantown, W.Va. Temple Philadelphia, Pa. Akron Parkersburg, W.Va. Massachusetts Philadelphia, Pa. Temple Morgantown, W.Va. Georgia Tech Tampa, Fla. Rutgers Morgantown, W.Va. G. Washington Morgantown, W.Va. Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. Mount Mercy Coral Gables, Fla. Miami Coral Gables, Fla. Indiana, Pa. Indiana, Pa. Edinboro Morgantown, W.Va. Pitt-Johnstown Morgantown, W.Va.

Score W/L (OT) 89-91 L (OT) 62-52 W (OT) 78-71 W (OT) 84-85 L (OT) 81-77 W (OT) 91-85 W (2OT) 71-87 L (OT) 79-78 W (OT) 79-72 W (OT) 81-76 W (OT) 69-67 W (2OT) 95-97 L (OT) 58-68 L (OT) 76-77 L (OT) 75-73 W (OT) 79-74 W (OT) 70-60 W (2 OT) 86-81 W (OT) 86-78 W (OT) 85-87 L (OT) 73-69 W (2 OT) 82-81 W (OT) 95-93 W (OT) 87-89 L (OT) 88-86 W (OT) 73-77 L (OT) 92-90 W






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Victories over AP-Ranked Teams By Date

Date 2/27/16 2/17/16 2/1/15 1/17/15 3/2/14 2/19/14 1/29/14 1/15/14 1/4/14 2/17/13 2/3/13 1/29/13 3/4/12 2/15/12 2/12/12 2/4/12 11/25/11 3/20/11 11/27/10 11/25/10 2/16/10 1/5/10 2/7/09 2/13/08 1/29/08 1/13/08 2/26/07 1/9/07 3/6/06 1/31/06 3/7/04 2/10/04 3/22/92 2/24/92 2/8/92 2/28/91 12/29/90 3/15/89 12/18/88 2/7/85 1/18/82 2/17/80

Score Opponent 82-48 Oklahoma State 63-55 Oklahoma 78-69 Oklahoma 61-49 Oklahoma State 71-69 Baylor 77-45 Oklahoma State 67-56 Iowa State 73-59 Iowa State 71-67 Oklahoma State 68-66 Iowa State 82-63 Oklahoma 67-61 Oklahoma State 39-32 Georgetown 60-50 Rutgers 65-63 Notre Dame 66-50 Louisville 63-54 UCLA 79-73 Houston 64-53 Iowa State 62-49 TCU 55-46 Georgetown 63-59 Pitt 79-70 at Louisville 56-35 Pitt 63-54 Rutgers 56-50 Notre Dame 76-71* at Louisville 74-63 at DePaul 56-40 vs. Rutgers 82-70 DePaul 58-47 Villanova 69-66 Virginia Tech 73-72 Clemson 61-60 George Washington 80-61 George Washington 89-78 Rutgers 85-79 Northern Illinois 66-57 Western Kentucky 69-67* Western Kentucky 53-51 Saint Joseph’s 81-79 Penn State 81-77 Villanova

Rank Site 22 Morgantown, W.Va. 20 Morgantown, W.Va. 24 Morgantown, W.Va. 21 Stillwater, Okla. 6 Waco, Texas 12 Morgantown, W.Va. 23 Morgantown, W.Va. 13 Ames, Iowa 11 Stillwater, Okla. 24 Ames, Iowa 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 19 Stillwater, Okla. 12 Hartford, Conn. 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 2 Notre Dame, Ind. 14 Morgantown, W.Va. 25 Northridge, Calif. 22 Waco, Texas 19 St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 21 St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 16 Morgantown, W.Va. 22 Morgantown, W.Va. 5 Louisville, Ky. 18 Morgantown, W.Va. 4 Morgantown, W.Va. 14 Morgantown, W.Va. 20 Louisville, Ky. 24 Chicago, Ill. 6 Hartford, Conn. 13 Morgantown, W.Va. 23 Hartford, Conn. 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 20 Morgantown, W.Va. 15 Washington, D.C. 8 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va. 25 West Lafayette, Ind. 19 Bowling Green, Ky. 15 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va. 14 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va.

In the AP Rankings

*denotes a preseason ranking

DateRanking March 14, 2016 23 March 7, 2016 23 February 29, 201622 February 8, 2016 24 January 25, 2016 24 January 18, 2016 25 December 22, 2014 21 December 15, 2014 22 December 8, 2014 23 December 1, 2014 24 November 24, 2014 22 November 17, 2014 17 November 10, 2014* 17 March 17, 2014 7 March 10, 2014 5

DateRanking February 14, 2011 21 February 7, 2011 17 January 31, 2011 14 January 24, 2011 8 January 17, 2011 9 January 10, 2011 6 January 3, 2011 6 December 27, 2010 6 December 20, 2010 6 December 13, 2010 7 December 6, 2010 9 November 29, 2010 10 November 22, 2010 10 November 15, 2010 10 November 8, 2010* 11

DateRanking March 3, 2014 7 February 24, 2014 11 February 17, 2014 13 February 10, 2014 13 February 3, 2014 17 January 27, 2014 20 January 20, 2014 18 December 17, 2012 24 December 10, 2012 25 November 26, 2012 25 November 19, 2012 12 November 12, 2012 14 Preseason 2012* 17 March 5, 2012 25 February 21, 2011 19

By Ranking

Date Score Opponent 2/12/12 65-63 Notre Dame 1/29/08 63-54 Rutgers 79-70 at Louisville 2/7/09 71-69 Baylor 3/2/14 56-40 vs. Rutgers 3/6/06 2/8/92 80-61 George Washington 71-67 Oklahoma State 1/4/14 2/19/14 77-45 Oklahoma State 3/4/12 39-32 Georgetown 1/15/14 73-59 Iowa State 1/31/06 82-70 DePaul 66-50 Louisville 2/4/12 1/13/08 56-50 Notre Dame 1/18/82 81-79 Penn State 69-67* Western Kentucky 12/18/88 61-60 George Washington 2/24/92 55-46 Georgetown 2/16/10 89-78 Rutgers 2/28/91 2/7/85 53-51 Saint Joseph’s 81-77 Villanova 2/17/80 56-35 Pitt 2/13/08 66-57 Western Kentucky 3/15/89 64-53 Iowa State 11/27/10 67-61 Oklahoma State 1/29/13 63-55 Oklahoma 2/17/16 76-71* at Louisville 2/26/07 73-72 Clemson 3/22/92 69-66 Virginia Tech 2/10/04 60-50 Rutgers 2/15/12 62-49 TCU 11/25/10 82-63 Oklahoma 2/3/13 61-49 Oklahoma State 1/17/15 2/27/16 82-48 Oklahoma State 3/20/11 79-73 Houston 63-59 Pitt 1/5/10 67-56 Iowa State 1/29/14 58-47 Villanova 3/7/04 1/9/07 74-63 at DePaul 2/17/13 68-66 Iowa State 2/1/15 78-69 Oklahoma 63-54 UCLA 11/25/11 12/29/90 85-79 Northern Illinois * Overtime game

DateRanking March 15, 2010 10 March 8, 2010 8 March 1, 2010 9 February 22, 2010 7 February 15, 2010 8 February 8, 2010 8 February 1, 2010 8 January 25, 2010 11 January 18, 2010 11 January 11, 2010 13 January 4, 2010 17 December 21, 2009 21 December 14, 2009 22 March 18, 2008  17 March 10, 2008 16

Rank Site 2 Notre Dame, Ind. 4 Morgantown, W.Va. 5 Louisville, Ky. 6 Waco, Texas 6 Hartford, Conn. 8 Morgantown, W.Va. 11 Stillwater, Okla. 12 Morgantown, W.Va. 12 Hartford, Conn. 13 Ames, Iowa 13 Morgantown, W.Va. 14 Morgantown, W.Va. 14 Morgantown, W.Va. 14 Morgantown, W.Va. 15 Morgantown, W.Va. 15 Washington, D.C. 16 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va. 18 Morgantown, W.Va. 19 Bowling Green, Ky. 19 St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 19 Stillwater, Okla. 20 Morgantown, W.Va. 20 Louisville, Ky. 20 Morgantown, W.Va. 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 21 St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 21 Stillwater, Okla. 22 Morgantown, W.Va. 22 Waco, Texas 22 Morgantown, W.Va. 23 Morgantown, W.Va. 23 Hartford, Conn. 24 Chicago, Ill. 24 Ames, Iowa 24 Morgantown, W.Va. 25 Northridge, Calif. 25 West Lafayette, Ind.

DateRanking March 3, 2008 14 February 25, 2008 13 February 18, 2008 13 February 11, 2008 11 February 4, 2008 12 January 28, 2008 12 January 21, 2008 12 January 14, 2008 14 January 7, 2008 16 January 1, 2008 17 December 25, 2007 18 December 17, 2007 13 December 11, 2007 13 December 4, 2007 13 November 27, 2007 15

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Individual Honors FRANCIS POMEROY NAISMITH PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek USWBWA ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM 1991...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 2010...................................................................Liz Repella 2011...................................................................Liz Repella COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM 2015............................................................... Averee Fields COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA DISTRICT II FIRST TEAM 2009...................................................................Liz Repella 2010...................................................................Liz Repella 2011...................................................................Liz Repella 2015............................................................... Averee Fields

HONORABLE MENTION 1982 Cathy Parson......................................................... AWSF 1983 Olivia Bradley........................................................ AWSF 1984 Olivia Bradley........................................................ AWSF 1985 Olivia Bradley........................................................ AWSF 1986 Georgeann Wells................................................... AWSF 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek................................................Kodak 2005 Yolanda Paige.............................................................AP 2005 Meg Bulger................................................ Kodak/WBCA 2006 Meg Bulger................................................................AP 2008 Olayinka Sanni.................................State Farm Coaches’ 2008 Olayinka Sanni............................................................AP 2014 Asya Bussie.......................... WBCA/State Farm Coaches’ 2014 Asya Bussie................................................................AP 2014 Bria Holmes................................................................AP 2015 Bria Holmes...........................................................WBCA 2016 Bria Holmes................................................................AP 2016 Bria Holmes...........................................................WBCA

WBCA CHAMPION PLAYER OF THE YEAR FINALIST 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek MARGARET WADE TROPHY FINALIST 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek USBWA NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR FINALIST 2016............................................................... Tynice Martin U.S. OLYMPIC TRIALS FINALIST 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek USA BASKETBALL TEAM TRIALS FINALIST 2015.................................................................Bria Holmes HAIER AMERICA STUDENT-ATHLETE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD February 2015 ..................................................... Averee Fields FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 1982 Olivia Bradley........................................................ AWSF 1983 Georgeann Wells................................................... AWSF

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA DISTRICT II SECOND TEAM 2003.................................................................. Jess Fisher 2004...............................................................Sparkle Davis WVU MCNAIR SCHOLAR 2008...............................................................Sparkle Davis WVU KEN GRAY LEADERSHIP AWARD 2014..................................................................Jess Harlee WVU ORDER OF AUGUSTA 2014..................................................................Jess Harlee WVU FOUNDATION’S OUTSTANDING SENIOR 2014..................................................................Jess Harlee WVU FRED SCHAUS CAPTAIN’S AWARD 2005..................................................................Kate Bulger 2013..................................................................Jess Harlee 2014..................................................................Jess Harlee 2015............................................................... Averee Fields WVU RED BROWN CUP 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1996............................................................. Lisa Szymczak 1999.......................................................Rebecca Burbridge 2010...................................................................Liz Repella 2011...................................................................Liz Repella WVU LELAND BYRD BASKETBALL LEADERSHIP AWARD 2010................................................................... Madina Ali 2011................................................................... Madina Ali 2012..............................................................Natalie Burton 2013..................................................................Jess Harlee 2014.......................................................... Christal Caldwell 2015................................................................Crystal Leary 2016...........................................................Arielle Roberson

All-America FIRST TEAM 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek................................................Kodak SECOND TEAM 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................USBWA 2011 Liz Repella............................Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award 2016 Bria Holmes..................................... Senior CLASS Award THIRD TEAM 1983 Cathy Parson......................................................... AWSF 1985 Georgeann Wells................................................... AWSF

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ALL-EAST 1982 Cathy Parson........................................................AIAWC 1983 Cathy Parson......................................................... AWSF 1985 Georgeann Wells...................................................Kodak 1985 Georgeann Wells................................................... AWSF 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek................................................WBCA 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek................................................WBCA KEY AWSF ....................... American Women’s Sports Federation AIAWC ................................ AIAW Coaches Association USBWA ........... United States Basketball Writers’ Association WBCA ................... Women’s Basketball Coaches Association

Academic All-East

1982.................................................................Susan Muth 1985...................................................................Lisa Ribble 1991...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1997................................................................Ilse Opstaele

All-Big 12 FIRST TEAM 2013 ............................................................. Christal Caldwell 2014 .................................................................... Asya Bussie 2014 ...................................................................Bria Holmes* 2015 ...................................................................Bria Holmes* 2016 ...................................................................Bria Holmes* * Unanimous selection SECOND TEAM 2016 ......................................................... Lanay Montgomery HONORABLE MENTION 2013 ................................................................Ayana Dunning 2015 .................................................................. Averee Fields 2016 ..............................................................Arielle Roberson BIG 12 ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM 2013 .....................................................................Jess Harlee 2014 .................................................................... Asya Bussie 2014 .....................................................................Jess Harlee 2016 ......................................................... Lanay Montgomery BIG 12 ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2013 .................................................................... Bria Holmes 2016 .................................................................. Tynice Martin BIG 12 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2014 .................................................................... Asya Bussie 2014 .................................................................... Bria Holmes BIG 12 COACH OF THE YEAR 2014 ..................................................................... Mike Carey BIG 12 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2016 .................................................................. Tynice Martin BIG 12 SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR 2014 ..................................................................Taylor Palmer BIG 12 SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2014 .....................................................................Jess Harlee 2015 .................................................................. Averee Fields BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Bria Holmes.............................................February 29, 2016 BIG 12 FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK Bria Holmes...........................................December 10, 2012 Tynice Martin.............................................January 11, 2016 Tynice Martin.............................................January 18, 2016

Academic All-Big 12 FIRST TEAM 2013................................................................Akilah Bethel 2013.............................................................Averee Fields^ 2013..................................................................Jess Harlee 2014............................................................... Jess Harlee^

Averee Fields garnered Big 12 Student-Athlete of the Year and CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team Honors in 2015.

2014............................................................... Averee Fields 2014.................................................................Asya Bussie 2015............................................................... Averee Fields 2015.................................................................Bria Holmes 2015..............................................................Bre McDonald SECOND TEAM 2013..........................................................Brooke Hampton

2013................................................................Crystal Leary 2013...............................................................Taylor Palmer 2014.................................................................Bria Holmes 2015................................................................Crystal Leary 2015..............................................................Linda Stepney 2016.................................................................Bria Holmes ^ denotes a 4.0 GPA

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All-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM 2005................................................................ Meg Bulger* 2007.............................................................Olayinka Sanni 2008.............................................................Olayinka Sanni 2010...................................................................Liz Repella 2011...................................................................Liz Repella 2012.................................................................Asya Bussie SECOND TEAM 1997.............................................................. Talisha Hargis 2002..................................................................Kate Bulger 2004..................................................................Kate Bulger 2005.............................................................. Yolanda Paige 2006..................................................................Meg Bulger 2007............................................................ LaQuita Owens 2008..................................................................Meg Bulger 2008............................................................ LaQuita Owens 2009........................................................Takisha Granberry 2009...................................................................Liz Repella 2010..........................................................