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2019-20 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 I Belong Day��������������������������������������22 Mountaineers In the Spotlight����������24 Strength & Conditioning ������������������26 Athletic Training��������������������������������28 Student-Athlete Development����������30 Mountaineers in the Community������34 Campus Life��������������������������������������36

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Mike Carey��������������������40 The Carey Years at WVU��������������������47 Associate Head Coach Bett Shelby�������51 Assistant Coach Christal Caldwell����52 Assistant Coach Craig Carey ������������53 Support Staff������������������������������������54 MOUNTAINEER PROFILES

2019-20 Rosters��������������������������������58 2019-20 Photo Roster ����������������������59 De'Janae Boykin��������������������������������60 Tynice Martin������������������������������������62 Lucky Rudd���������������������������������������68 Kysre Gondrezick������������������������������70 Kari Niblack��������������������������������������72 Rochelle Norris����������������������������������74 Madisen Smith����������������������������������76

Blessing Ejiofor ��������������������������������78 Arleighshya McElroy ������������������������79 Jada Wright��������������������������������������80 Kirsten Deans������������������������������������81 Esmery Martinez ������������������������������82 SEASON OUTLOOK

2019-20 Preseason Notebook����������84 2019-20 Opponents��������������������������86 Series vs. 2019-20 Opponents����������92 SEASON REVIEW

2018-19 Season Review��������������������94 2018-19 Senior Profiles��������������������96 2018-19 Combined Statistics����������104 Points-Rebounds-Assists ����������������105 Individual Game Highs��������������������106 Team Game Highs ��������������������������107 Game-By-Game Statistics���������������108

THE RECORD BOOK

Women’s Basketball History������������110 Kittie Blakemore������������������������������110 Women’s Basketball Firsts��������������117 Top Scorers��������������������������������������118 Individual Records��������������������������119 Single Game Leaders����������������������120 Freshman Game Leaders����������������122 Sophomore Game Leaders��������������124 Junior Game Leaders����������������������126 Senior Game Leaders����������������������128 Single Season Leaders��������������������130 Freshman Season Leaders ��������������132 Sophomore Season Leaders������������134 Junior Season Leaders��������������������136 Senior Season Leaders��������������������138 Career Leaders��������������������������������140

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Winning Streaks������������������������������142 Team Records����������������������������������143 Single Season Team Records ����������143 Single Game Team Records ������������144 Single Game Opponent Records������146 Coliseum Single Game Leaders ������148 Largest Crowds ������������������������������149 Coliseum Single Game Opponent Leaders������������������������150 The Last Time����������������������������������152 Coliseum Results����������������������������152 Big 12 Championship Results����������153 Big 12 Championship History����������160 Big 12 Championship Records��������161 Postseason Appearances����������������161 NCAA Tournament Records������������162 Series Records��������������������������������163

Year-By-Year Records����������������������165 All-Time Coaching Records ������������165 All-Time Scores ������������������������������166 Overtime Games ����������������������������179 100-Point Games����������������������������180 Victories Over AP-Ranked Teams����181 WVU in the AP Rankings����������������182 Individual Honors����������������������������183 All-Time Teams��������������������������������187 Rosemary Kosiorek��������������������������188 Cathy Parson����������������������������������189 Georgeann Wells����������������������������190 All-Time Uniform Numbers��������������191 Letterwinners����������������������������������192

Intercollegiate Athletics Staff����������198 WVU Head Coaches������������������������198 Athletics Facilities ��������������������������199 WVU Athletics Communications������200 Communications Staff��������������������201 Media Guidelines����������������������������202 Radio/TV Affiliates��������������������������203 2019-20 Schedule ��������������������������204

GENERAL INFORMATION

Contributors Lisa Ammons, John Antonik, Tanner Cain, Kristin Coldsnow, Grant Dovey, Michael Fragale, John Keehan, Bryan Messerly, Joe Mitchin, Mike Montoro,

President E. Gordon Gee ����������������196 Director of Athletics Shane Lyons����197

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Managing Editor Joe Swan Editor/Writer Ashley Bailey Page Layout/Design Laura Doolittle, Provations Group Printing MPB Print & Sign Superstore

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Chris Pharis, Jeffery Pooler Jr., Amy Prunty, Amy Salvatore, Ben Valentine, Olivia VanHorn, Joey White, Cheryl Wire. Contributing Photographers All-Pro Photography by Dale Sparks, Geoff Bolte, Pat Biondo, M.G. Ellis, David Fajula, FIBA, Chris Jones, Tyson Murray, Meredith Patrick, Brian Persinger, Steve Prunty, Joe Sadlek, Bruce Waterfield, Scott Weaver, D. Byron Witt, WVU Athletic Communications Archives, Torrey Vail, WVU Photo Services, Dave Yoblick, and David L. Zicherman. © 2019 West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. West Virginia University is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action institution. The indicia depicted are registered trademarks of West Virginia University. Reproduction of any material appearing herein is prohibited without approval of the West Virginia University Intercollegiate Athletics.

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Since 2003:

Postseason Nine NCAA Tournaments Five Postseason WNIT Appearances School-record five postseason wins in 2015 Program-record 13 straight postseason appearances from 2007-19 Advanced to the NCAA Second Round eight times 2


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practice BUILT: 2011 COST: $24.1 MILLION OPENED TO THE PUBLIC: FEBRUARY 2012 One of the most modern practice facilities in college basketball 64,000 square feet of 24-hour access to the student-athletes Located West of the WVU Coliseum at the country roads Gate

“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

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Gymnasiums One-and-a-half courts Gatorade stations Treadmill locations Smartphone docking stations Flatscreen TV with playback functions Locker rooms Equipped with 15 lockers, which were modeled after LeBron James’ locker with the Cleveland Cavaliers

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

Various upper and lower body machines

Gatorade hydration station

Two neck and grip machines

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

Built in smartphone dock and satellite radio

Weight room

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

Fully equipped dumbbell rack with weights from 5-150 pounds

50-yard field turf for outside instruction

Mobile storage with a caster-equipped system

Two cable pulley systems

Cardio equipment including treadmills, stairmaster, and versa climber

On-site industrial size washers and dryers

Flatscreen televisions

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Equipment room Equipment room stocked with team gear

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practice Equipped With: Robinson/Petropolus Hall of Traditions 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 Seating for 25

Offices and Conference Rooms Glass walls allow natural light All office rooms and conference rooms are equipped with flat panel televisions Staff offices overlook the court Video coordinator offices have a camera balcony overlooking court The head coach suites include a three-way fireplace, lounge, outdoor terrace and balcony overlooking the practice court

Media Room Ability to host press conferences and one-on-one media interviews

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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 CENTER CONFERENCE ROOM THE WEIGHT ROOM EQUIPMENT ROOM MEDIA ROOM TRAINING ROOM

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Built: 1969  Cost: $10.4 million Opened for competition: 1970  Renovated: 2000, 2016

Included renovations to: Offices • Locker rooms • Construction of a players’ lounge and team video theater • Expansion of the strength and conditioning center and training and equipment rooms • Construction of a club seating area • 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 a new exterior entry • Extensive upgrade in graphics and players’ lounge for women’s basketball

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Top Crowds at WVU Coliseum 1. 13,447�������������������vs. Baylor, 3/2/13 2. 9, 687���������������� vs. Bryant, 11/15/19 3. 8,307������������������vs. DePaul, 2/16/08 4. 8,268���������������vs. Clemson, 3/21/92 5. 8,025�������������������������vs. Pitt, 2/5/11 6. 7,000����������vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82 7. 6,754���������vs. Georgetown, 2/14/10 8. 6,516������������������vs. DePaul, 2/18/12 9. 6,299����vs. Loyola Maryland, 11/12/10* 10. 6,232�����������������������vs. USF, 2/21/09 11. 6,161���������������������� vs. TCU, 2/16/14 12. 6,108���������������������� vs. TCU, 2/16/19 13. 5,855������������vs. Connecticut, 2/8/11 14. 5,080��� vs. Oklahoma State, 2/27/16 15. 5,073�������������������vs. Baylor, 1/28/18 16. 5,052������������������� vs. Kansas, 3/4/14 17. 4,555�����������������������vs. USF, 1/22/11 18. 4,537����������������vs. Louisville, 2/4/12 19. 4,485������������vs. Marquette, 2/27/10 20. 4,328���������� vs. Kansas State, 2/6/16 * Doubleheader with WVU men

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And now, let’s ROLL OUT THE CARPET and BRING ON THE MOUNTAINEERS‌

IN MORGANTOWN

When WVU basketball fans fill the Coliseum, it becomes an arena filled with electricity, enthusiasm and excitement. 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. The Coliseum contains all the modern conveniences that make it one of the best in the nation. In 2018, Director of Athletics Shane Lyons announced that the Coliseum would continue undergoing renovations, including the addition of a high-definition videoboard. 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 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 2016-17 15-3 .833 2017-18 14-7 .667 2018-19 14-5 .736 OVERALL 419-169 .712

WVU is 215-60 all-time under Mike Carey, including a flawless home record in 2010. WVU is 124-8 in nonconference play at home during the Carey era The Mountaineers have experienced 18 of the top 20 largest crowds at the Coliseum under coach Carey. In 2015, the Mountaineers set a school record and tied for the nation’s lead with 19 victories at home in the Coliseum. The Mountaineers won 43 consecutive games against nonconference competition at the WVU Coliseum, spanning from 2014 to 2018.

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The Big 12 is nearing its silver anniversary as it is in its 24th year in 2019-20 as one of the nation’s premier athletic conferences under the direction of eighth-year commissioner Bob Bowlsby. 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 22 years.

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Since it began competition in 1996-97, the league can boast of 63 NCAA team titles and 664 individual national championships. In its short history, the Big 12 has over 680 Academic All-America recipients, averaging about 30 each season. Big 12 student-athletes have shown commitment to their studies by earning numerous individual academic recognitions. Fourteen times in the past 15 years a league athlete has garnered the top academic honor for their respective sport, including Jevon Carter (West Virginia) for men’s basketball in 2017-18 and Bianca St. Georges (West Virginia) for soccer in 2018-19.

BIG 12 TEAMS’ NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

No. Years Baylor 18 2001, 02, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 Iowa State 18 1997, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 05, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19 Kansas 13 1987, 88, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 12, 13 K-State 16 1982, 83, 84, 87, 97, 02, 03, 04, 05, 08, 09, 11, 12, 16, 17, 19 Oklahoma 21 1986, 95, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 Oklahoma State 15 1989, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 07, 08, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18 TCU 9 2001, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 09, 10 Texas 32 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, 17, 18, 19 Texas Tech 20 1984, 86, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 11, 13 West Virginia 12 1989, 92, 04, 07, 08, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL IN THE

conference THE BIG 12 HAS WON THREE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS AND TWO WNIT TITLES SINCE 2005.

The Big 12 has eight Women’s Final Four appearances since 2002. The Conference has 113 WNBA draft choices with 35 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 10 seasons.

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The Big 12 swept both national postseason titles (NCAA and WNIT) in 2012. The Big 12 has had a unanimous first team All-America selection 17 years, including 16 consecutive. 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.


“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

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

“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 Coach 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

“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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mountaineers in the  Since 2004, eight 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. After spending her first two professional seasons with the Atlanta Dream, Bria Holmes was traded to the Connecticut Sun in 2018.

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. 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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WVU is rapidly gaining a reputation for sending its own players on to the WNBA and professional ranks overseas.

Olayinka Sanni (2005-08), an AllAmerican 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.

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.

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, Md., native was a two-time All-American Honorable Mention selection by the Associated Press and the WBCA.

Forward Teana Muldrow (2013-18) was the third straight Mountaineer taken in the draft when she was selected 29th overall by the Seattle Storm in the 2018 WNBA Draft. West Virginia’s all-time leader in games played, Muldrow departed Morgantown ranked in the top-10 all-time in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots, among other categories. Additionally, she earned AP All-America Honorable Mention following a stellar senior campaign in 2017-18.

Guard Bria Holmes (2013-16) became the program’s highest draft pick in history

Coach Carey Says...

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.

“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.”

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The WVU women’s basketball team travels to a number of different cities, states and even some foreign countries for competition

Coach Mike Carey puts a strong emphasis on academics. Charter flights allow the student-athletes to return to campus quickly, missing the least amount of class possible. The Mountaineers also put an emphasis on playing in various parts of the state, and have played games in Charleston and Beckley. Additionally, the team travels frequently to participate in international tournaments. The Mountaineers have played in The Bahamas in the past and will travel to Cancun, Mexico, in 2019.

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mountaineers The NCAA allows programs to travel abroad as part of an international tour. In the summer of 2019, the Mountaineers spent 11 days in Italy and Greece, sightseeing and taking part in several contests. WVU toured The Vatican, the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Acropolis and the Plaka District among other sights.

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On January 28, 2018, the West Virginia women’s basketball team hosted “I Belong” Day during a nationally televised game against Baylor

More than 40 community and student organizations set up a pregame fair on the concourse of the Coliseum with activities and giveaways

The event served as a celebration of diversity and inclusion at WVU and was in conjunction with the WVU’s Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Governor Jim Justice issued an official proclamation deeming Jan. 28 as “I Belong Day” in the state of West Virginia

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The event received attention from both the local and national media, and won gold from the National Association of College Marketing Administrators (NACMA) for best event attendance promotion The Mountaineers continue to host "I Belong" Day annually.


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mountaineers in Since 2016, the Coach Mike Carey Show has broadcasted throughout the season live from Kegler’s Sports Bar and Lounge. The Mountaineers also appear on national broadcasts on a variety of regional and national networks ranging from AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh to FOX Sports and ESPN. WVU is covered by both local and national media outlets throughout the season.

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THE WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM BOASTS A SIGNIFICANT PRESENCE ON THE REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SCENE

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THE BASKETBALL PRACTICE FACILITY BOASTS A STATE-OF-THEART WEIGHT ROOM EQUIPPED WITH: 50-YARD FIELD TURF CARDIO EQUIPMENT CABLE PULLEY SYSTEMS DUMBBELL RACKS NECK AND GRIP MACHINES KETTLEBELLS CHAINS TRAP BARS MEDICINE BALLS GATORADE HYDRATING STATION

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Under the direction of strength

& conditioning coach Zack Allen, each studentathlete is placed on a year-long program to enhance sport peformances and prevent injuries.

The Mountaineers are also guided by dietitian

Sina King.

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THE ATHLETIC TRAINING FACILITIES AT WVU ARE FURNISHED WITH THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT

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development Mountaineer graduation rates exceed that of the general student body. Director of Athletics Shane Lyons and Coach Mike Carey make academics the highest of priorities. A Coliseum Academic Performance Center, completed in November 2007, occupies 8,000 square feet of the WVU Coliseum. This facility houses 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. Toni Oliverio provides women’s basketball student-athletes with academic and student development support. West Virginia posted a perfect Academic Progress Rate (APR) score of 1,000 for the 2015-16 season.

“Once a Student, Always a Student” GARRETT FORD ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL Implemented in 1989, the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll was initiated to honor deserving WVU student-athletes who achieve a 3.0 or better GPA each semester. Members of this year’s Mountaineer women’s basketball team who have been honored during their careers: De’Janae Boykin Tynice Martin Kari Niblack

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2019 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 First Team Second Team Theresa Ekhelar Naomi Davenport Tynice Martin Katrina Pardee Lucky Rudd Nia Staples COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek 2010 Liz Repella 2011 Liz Repella 2015 Averee Fields COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA DISTRICT II FIRST TEAM 2009 Liz Repella 2010 Liz Repella 2011 Liz Repella 2015 Averee Fields

BIG 12 SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2014 Jess Harlee 2015 Averee Fields BIG 12 COMMISSIONER’S HONOR ROLL Anja Martin Akilah Bethel Tynice Martin Alexis Brewer Krystaline McCune Christal Caldwell Lanay Montgomery Naomi Davenport Teana Muldrow Theresa Ekhelar Katrina Pardee Destiny Harden Darius Faulk Chania Ray Averee Fields Desiree Rhodes Brooke Hampton Lucky Rudd Jess Harlee Marlena Schmidt Bria Holmes Nia Staples Ashley Jones Linda Stepney Crystal Leary

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA DISTRICT II SECOND TEAM Jess Fisher Sparkle Davis TARGET/BIG EAST SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Rebecca Burbridge BIG EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE SPORT EXCELLENCE AWARD 2009 Liz Repella ACADEMIC ALL-EAST 1982 Susan Muth 1985 Lisa Ribble 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek 1997 Ilse Opstaele

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CONTINUING-ELIGIBILITY PROGRAM 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 studentathletes who are close to graduating an opportunity to come back to school to complete their degrees. Since its creation, dozens of students have participated, with a success rate of better than 80 percent. In 1992, WVU joined the growing list of schools that are a part of an NCAA-sponsored consortium. Similar to the post-eligibility program in providing former student-athletes a chance to continue work toward their degrees, the closely screened consortium requires participants to be more involved in community-related activities. The consortium students are often much older athletes, who left the University to pursue professional sports or business careers, but now wish to return to complete their degrees. GRADUATION RATES West Virginia University’s graduation rate for student-athletes has been impressive. The ratio of student-athletes graduating to the general student body has increased almost every year. The graduation rate for student-athletes is based upon the number of students who entered the University receiving athletic scholarship aid in a given academic year, and their progress over six years. WHAT IS STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (SAAC)? The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) provides a forum for the “voice of the student-athlete” on WVU’s campus. SAAC membership provides feedback to administration about how to better WVU athletic programs. Two representatives from each varsity team at West Virginia University are either elected by their teammates or selected by the members of their coaching staff. Under the guidance of SAAC advisor Terri Howes, the SAAC meets regularly to discuss current issues and concerns of WVU’s student-athletes. SAAC leaders attend Big 12 Conference SAAC meetings to exchange ideas with other student-athletes from Big 12 schools regarding the student-athlete’s collegiate experience.

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The Mountaineers participate in a number of community service projects throughout the season The team also interacts with its most dedicated fans as part of Hoops ‘N Heels Once a season, the Mountaineers play at the Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, W.Va. Past projects include: Play4Kay - Toy Drives - Teddy Bear Toss - Flood Recovery Efforts - Visiting Cancer Patients - Guest Reader In 2018, the Mountaineers hosted local schools as part of the first-ever Education Day. The event will continue in 2019.

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CHARACTER

STUDENT PROFILE

Public, land-grant institution, founded in 1867.

Fall 2018 WVU System enrollment was 29,959:

RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION R1: Doctoral Universities–Highest Research Activity, as described by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. ACCREDITATION WVU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Many programs hold specialized accreditation. GOVERNANCE The WVU Board of Governors is the University’s governing body. 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. E. Gordon Gee is WVU’s 24th president. CAMPUS LOCATIONS AND FACILITIES The WVU System is a family of distinctive campuses united by a single mission. From the groundbreaking research of our flagship in Morgantown (ranked R1, the highest research category institution) to the student-centered focus of WVU Potomac State College in Keyser to the technology-intensive programs at

WVU Tech - 1,755 Morgantown campus - 26,864 Students at the Morgantown campus come from 118 nations, all 50 U.S. states (plus D.C.) and all 55 West Virginia counties; nearly half are West Virginia residents. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WVU ranks nationally for prestigious scholarships: 25 Rhodes Scholars, 24 Truman Scholars, 45 Goldwater Scholars, three George C. Marshall (British) Scholars, five Morris K. Udall Scholars, five USA Today All-USA College Academic First Team Members (and 11 academic team honorees), 26 Boren Scholars, 63 Gilman Scholars, 64 Fulbright Scholars, three Department of Homeland Security Scholars, 32 Critical Language Scholars, one Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholar, five National Institute of Standards and Technology Fellowships and 25 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships. FACULTY AND STAFF PROFILE Seventy-six percent of full-time instructional faculty hold the highest academic degree in their field, and 64 percent of all WVU classes and 67 percent of all WVU non-laboratory classes are taught by full-time instructional faculty.

WVU Institute of Technology in Beckley — we are

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

leveraging our talents and resources to create a better

Fourteen Morgantown colleges and schools offer 380-plus

future for West Virginia and the world.

majors in agriculture, natural resources and design; arts and

The WVU Institute of Technology in Beckley offers more than 35 majors, including one of the top 100 undergraduate engineering programs in the country, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. WVU Potomac State College in Keyser has one of the lowest tuition rates of all the nation’s four-year institutions. Offering more than 60 majors, this campus combines the personal attention of a small

sciences; business and economics; creative arts; dentistry; education and human services; engineering and mineral resources; journalism; law; medicine; nursing; pharmacy; physical activity and sport sciences; public health. Hundreds of distance-education and online classes are available. STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Students can choose from among 480-plus student organizations or participate in an active intramural program

college with the benefits of a major university.

or a variety of club sports.

The WVU System also includes the Robert C. Byrd

SERVICE AND LEARNING

Health Sciences Center in Charleston and Martinsburg,

The Center for Service and Learning develops and organizes

as well as 10 experimental farms and four forests

service learning and volunteer opportunities for students

throughout the state and WVU Jackson’s Mill State

and faculty. WVU earned the Carnegie Foundation’s

4-H Camp. The WVU System includes 518 buildings

Community Engagement Classification – joining only 6

on 15,880 acres. The Morgantown campus has 245

percent of all universities. It is the only institution in West

buildings (11 on the National Register of Historic

Virginia the foundation recognizes for its community

Places) on 1,892 acres.

engagement.

The WVU Morgantown campus is located in a town

PARENTS CLUB

named “No. 1 Small City in America” by BizJournals.

The Mountaineer Parents Club, with 20,000-plus members,

com for its exceptional quality of life. Morgantown,

connects parents and families with the student experience.

population 30,855, was also rated the ninth best college town in America by Business Insider and is within easy traveling distance of Washington, D.C., to the east, Pittsburgh, Pa., to the north, and Cleveland

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Potomac State College - 1,340

ALUMNI Chartered in 1873, the WVU Alumni Association is made up of more than 200,000 graduates worldwide in some 135 nations.

and Columbus, Ohio, to the northwest. Other rankings:

ADMISSION AND APPLICATION TIMELINE

Kiplinger.com included Morgantown in their 10 great

Admission is based on a combination of high school GPA and

places to live list; one of “Best Sports Cities” by

ACT or SAT scores. Applications are processed beginning

Sporting News; 5th “Best Small Metro” by Forbes; 12th

Aug. 15 for admission the following fall. March 1 is the

overall “Hottest Small City” by Inc.; one of “50 Smartest

deadline for West Virginia residents to submit PROMISE

Places to Live” by Kiplinger’s; and the second-ranking

Scholarship applications. WVU has a rolling admissions

“Best College Town for Jobs” by Forbes.

policy, and there is no official application deadline.


Coaching staff Head Coach Mike Carey��������������������������������������������� 40 The Carey Years at WVU��������������������������������������������� 47 Associate Head Coach Bett Shelby����������������������������� 51 Assistant Coach Christal Caldwell����������������������������� 52 Assistant Coach Craig Carey ������������������������������������� 53 Support Staff������������������������������������������������������������� 54


head coach With a penchant for setting new standards and taking Mountaineer women’s basketball to heights previously not thought of, Mike Carey enters his 19th 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 393 career victories; a school-record 30 wins; the highest national rankings in program history; 13 21-win seasons in 16 years—a school record; 12 consecutive postseason appearances—a school record; 42 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, 2016, 2017 and 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014) and 10 trips in 14 years (2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017) and, in 2017, a Big 12 Tournament Title. In 18 seasons at WVU, the three-time conference coach of the year has posted a 393-205 (.657) record. He holds the highest winning percentage in program history and reached 200 wins the fastest, doing so in his 10th season. For his career, Carey boasts a 681-307 (.689) record in 31 years of coaching.

Persevering through Adversity – Times Two

The most recent two years have Mountaineer basketball has been defined by adversity, as the team lost starters to injury in both seasons. However, WVU didn’t let that stop them from reaching new heights each year. The return of Tynice Martin bolstered the lineup immediately, and a 24-point effort in a seasonopening win against Coppin State showed she didn’t miss a beat. Even more impressively, Naomi Davenport became just the sixth Mountaineer to a record a triple-double when she put up 13 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists in the 78-37 victory. After a heartbreaking 84-81 loss to No. 12 Iowa in the Bahamas and a 77-43 thrashing of rival Pitt, West Virginia rolled to a 9-2 mark in nonconference play. The Mountaineers picked up their first Big 12 win of the season against Oklahoma State on Jan. 9 but it came at the cost of guard Katrina Pardee, who suffered an ankle injury that cost her the next 11 games. Despite injuries and foul-outs, the team gutted out a 66-55 win with just five players

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remaining at Oklahoma. Transfer Lucky Rudd stepped in flawlessly, and her 22-point effort guided WVU past then-No. 18 Iowa State the Coliseum. Following a superb defensive effort that limited K-State to just 30 points, Martin scored 27 points to lead the Mountaineers to a 64-58 upset of No. 12 Texas – the program’s first-ever win over the Longhorns in Austin. Pardee made her return on Feb. 23 against Oklahoma and soon after, WVU claimed a 75-61 win at Kansas to produce another 20-win season. After an early exit in the Big 12 Championship, the Mountaineers hosted a trio of WNIT games before ending the season with a loss to Northwestern in the third round. The league took notice of the gritty effort of the Mountaineers. Martin and Davenport earned All-Big 12 First Team accolades, while Martin added another WBCA All-America Honorable Mention to her resume. Freshmen Kari Niblack and Madisen Smith, both of whom made an incredible impact on the season, also garnered acknowledgment. Smith became the first Mountaineer since Martin to earn Big 12 All-Freshman honors, while Niblack became just the second player in program history to win the league’s Sixth Man of the Year award. To start 2017-18, Carey’s Mountaineers were dealt a blow before school had even started for the semester: AP and WBCA All-America Honorable Mention Tynice Martin was injured at U23 Team U.S.A. camp and would miss the entire 2017-18 season. Several other key reserves joined her in the training room, and sophomore guard Kysre Gondrezick was forced to sit after transferring from Michigan. Despite just eight active players available for the majority of the year, Carey worked his magic and put together another 20-win season, posting a 25-12 mark overall. West Virginia posted wins over rivals Pitt and Virginia Tech, the latter earning the Mountaineers the 2017 Paradise Jam Island Division title. The team’s signature win came in December at No. 21 Texas A&M, who went on to advance to the third round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament. Senior forward Kristina King went down in December with a foot injury, but the Mountaineers continued on and posted a 12-game win streak to start the season and ranked as high as No. 9 in the national polls. Senior forward Teana Muldrow, who capped the season as a national finalist for the inaugural Cheryl Miller Award and with AP All-America Honorable Mention accolades, and junior college transfer Naomi Davenport ranked among the league’s best

in scoring and helped the squad compile an 8-10 mark in league play. The two teamed with senior guard Chania Ray and junior guard Katrina Pardee to help the Mountaineers set program marks in points scored, 3-point field goals made, 3-point field goals attempted and assists. After falling to Texas in the Big 12 Championship, the Mountaineers were one of the first four left out of the NCAA Tournament and made a run in the 2018 Postseason WNIT before falling to Virginia Tech in the semifinals. The loss ended a 40-game home win streak against nonconference opponents for the Mountaineers, though Carey’s all-time record against nonconference foes inside the WVU Coliseum moved to 116-7 with the WNIT run. However, the season highlights didn’t end there. Muldrow became the third consecutive WVU player drafted professionally when she was selected by the Seattle Storm with the 29th pick of the 2018 WNBA Draft.

A Big 12 Title and Yet Another Top-25 Finish

Led by Martin, Carey’s Mountaineers made a magical run through the 2017 Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament, knocking off No. 19 Oklahoma and No. 12/14 Texas before shocking No. 2 Baylor, 7766, in the championship game to win the program’s first-ever Big 12 Tournament Championship. Martin paced the team with 82 points to earn the Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player award and was joined on the all-tournament team by Muldrow. The Mountaineers went on to make their 10th NCAA Tournament appearance under Carey, advancing to the second round and finishing the season ranked at No. 20/22 in the polls. Center Lanay Montgomery capped her career by becoming the sixth Mountaineer to be selected in the WNBA draft as she was 30th overall by the Seattle Storm. The Pittsburgh native departed Morgantown ranked second in WVU program history and fourth in Big 12 Conference history with 330 blocks. Additionally, she ranks seventh all-time at West Virginia with 7.1 rebounds per game and 20 double-doubles. Montgomery was a two-time


THE CAREY FILE:

Date of Birth: July 4 Hometown: Clarksburg, W.Va. Alma Mater: Salem, 1980 Year at WVU: 19th 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)

MILESTONE WINS 1 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650

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 at Iowa State, Jan. 20, 2018

NA 83-77 91-73 77-67 93-92 89-81 69-47 81-50 80-47 78-55 72-30 67-56 72-35 57-49

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CAREY’S WNBA PLAYERS CAREY’S OLYMPIANS

Olayinka Sanni (2005-08) Phoenix Mercury, 2011 Detroit Shock, 2009 & 2010 Yelena Leuchanka (2004-06) Atlanta Dream, 2010 Washington Mystics, 2007 Charlotte Sting, 2006 Yolanda Paige (2002-05) Indiana Fever, 2005 & 2006 Kate Bulger (2001-04) Drafted by Minnesota Lynx, 2004 Asya Bussie (2010-12, 2014) Drafted by Minnesota Lynx, 2014 Bria Holmes (2013-16) Atlanta Dream, 2016 & 2017 Lanay Montgomery (2014-17) Drafted by the Seattle Storm, 2017 Teana Muldrow (2014-18) Drafted by the Seattle Storm, 2018

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

CAREY’S OVERALL COACHING RECORD 2001-02 14-14 2002-03 15-13 2003-04 21-11 2004-05 21-13 2005-06 15-16 2006-07 21-11 2007-08 25-8 2008-09 18-15 2009-10 29-6 2010-11 24-10 2011-12 24-10 2012-13 17-14 2013-14 30-5 2014-15 23-15 2015-16 25-10 2016-17 24-11 2017-18 25-12 2018-19 22-11 18 Seasons 393-205 10 NCAA Appearances 5 WNIT Appearances 4 Conference Championship Game Appearances

6-10 (10th) 4-12 (t-11th) 10-6 (6th) * 7-9 (t-6th) # 4-12 (12th) 11-5 (4th) * 12-4 (3rd) * 5-11 (12th) @ 13-3 (2nd) * 8-8 (10th) * 11-5 (t-4th) * 9-9 (t-5th) * 16-2 (t-1st) * 7-11 (t-7th) # 12-6 (3rd) * 8-10 (6th) *! 8-10 (6th) & 11-7 (T-4th) $

*NCAA Tournament  #WNIT Runner-Up $WNIT Third Round  @WNIT Second Round &WNIT Semifinals  !Big 12 Tournament Champions

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

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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 2002-18 18 393-205 .657


Big 12 All-Defensive Team honoree, All-Big 12 Honorable Mention, Allstate Good Works Team nominee and Senior CLASS Award, nominee. 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 under Carey. 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 Honorable 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. 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 allconference 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 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 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 allconference 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.

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 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.

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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. Under Carey’s guidance, WVU recorded six 20win 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 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 allfreshman team) and Korinne Campbell (honorable mention). Repella and Miles also garnered allleague 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

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appearance with just eight healthy players. Along the way, the Mountaineers defeated eventual national runner-up and No. 5 Louisville, the highest-ranked road team WVU had ever defeated. WVU also defeated eventual WNIT champion USF at home. Carey guided Repella and Takisha Granberry to all-BIG EAST second-team accolades and guard Miles garnered the league’s Most Improved Player of the Year award. In 2007-08, the Mountaineers reached new heights under the Clarksburg native. WVU recorded a 25-8 record, the 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 All-America honors and was named to the All-BIG EAST first team for the second consecutive season. Meg Bulger and LaQuita Owens garnered secondteam 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 thenhighest-ever regular-season finish since joining the BIG EAST in 1996 and notching a first-round championship bye. Three Mountaineers also garnered all-conference accolades en route to postseason success: Sanni (first team), Owens (second team) and Chakhia Cole (honorable mention). West Virginia reached the 2006 BIG EAST championship game for the first time in school history. Along the way, WVU, seeded No. 12, knocked off No. 5 Louisville in opening round action, No. 4 St. John’s in the quarterfinals and No. 1 Rutgers in the semifinals (ranked sixth nationally). It marked the first time in the 23-year history of the BIG EAST tournament that a 12seed 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 All-America 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.


CAREY ALL-TIME VS. THE BIG 12 CONFERENCE Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15 Iowa State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5 Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-2 Kansas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-5 Oklahoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Oklahoma State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-6 TCU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-3 Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12 Texas Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5

CAREY’S WINS OVER TOP-25 OPPONENTS 2018-19 • vs. No. 18 Iowa State • vs. No. 12 Texas 2017-18 • vs. No. 18 Texas A&M 2016-17 • vs. No. 20 Oklahoma • vs. No. 24 Kansas State • vs. No. 19 Oklahoma • vs. No. 12 Texas • vs. No. 2 Baylor 2015-16 • vs. No. 20 Oklahoma • vs. No. 22 Oklahoma State 2014-15 • at No. 21 Oklahoma State • vs. No. 24 Oklahoma • vs. No. 24 Texas

2013-14 • at No. 6 Baylor • vs. No. 12 Oklahoma State • vs. No. 23 Iowa State • at No. 13 Iowa State • vs. No. 11 Oklahoma State 2012-13 • at No. 19 Oklahoma State • vs. No. 21 Oklahoma • at No. 24 Iowa State 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 2010-11 • vs. No. 19 Iowa State • vs. No. 21 TCU • vs. No. 22 Houston in the NCAA first round • No. 25 Syracuse

2009-10 • No. 13 Georgetown • No. 22 Pitt 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 2005-06 • vs. No. 6 Rutgers in Big East semifinals • No. 11 DePaul 2003-04 • No. 19 Virginia Tech • vs. No. 23 Villanova in the Big East quarterfinals

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Kate Bulger was also a third-team All-BIG EAST performer in 2002-03. But his efforts didn’t stop there. Carey’s second recruiting class was ranked 16th nationally by All-Star Girl’s Report, one of the nation’s leading scouting service. His third recruiting class that consisted of Yelena Leuchanka and Meg Bulger was rated the fourthbest 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 51 student-athletes have graduated and over 250 have been named to the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll. 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. Thirty-three total players have been named to the Academic All-Big 12 Team, while 49 players were 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 ScholarAthlete 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 AllAmerica 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 All-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.

Prior to West Virginia University

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 four-time 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 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 is married to Erica and has sons Caden and Cameron. Chelsy, who is married to former Mountaineer basketball standout Wellington Smith, is the mother of Sloane and Savannah, who was born in the summer of 2019. Craig was named an assistant coach on his father’s staff in June 2019, and Chelby is married to former practice player Nick Dyer.

The Carey family: Craig Carey; Chris, Caden, Erica & Cameron Carey; Cheryl Carey; Chelby & Nick Dyer; Mike Carey; Chelsy, Wellington & Sloane Smith (Savannah Smith not pictured).

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22-11, 11-7 Big 12 All-Big 12 Selections: 2 All-America Honors: 1 WNIT Third Round Adversity struck the Mountaineers once again in 2018-19, but the squad persevered for some historic moments. The season-opener on Nov. 6 against Coppin State provided several highlights. Guard Tynice Martin returned to the court after missing the 2017-18 season due to injury. Even more impressive, guard/forward Naomi Davenport became just the fifth Mountaineer to record a tripledouble, registering 13 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists in the 78-37 win. It marked the first time in over 30 years – and just the sixth time overall- that a WVU women’s basketball player had achieved the feat. After a successful Education Day campaign that saw more than 9,000 local school children cheer on the Mountaineers in a 94-48 win over Bryant, the team headed to the Bahamas for Junkanoo Jam. WVU suffered a heartbreaking 84-81 loss to No. 12 Iowa but rebounded with an 81-39 triumph of Eastern Kentucky. Despite a loss to Mizzou in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge, Katrina Pardee hit a 3-pointer to become the program’s 35th 1,000-point scorer. The Mountaineers posted an 11-4 mark in nonconference action before entering league play in January. WVU picked up its first Big 12 win with a 67-58 win over Oklahoma State but it came at the cost of Pardee, who suffered an ankle injury and would miss the next 11 games. The ailing Mountaineers downed Oklahoma (66-55) on the road and then claimed a 73-64 win over then-No. 18 Iowa State at home on Jan. 16. After limiting Kansas State to just 30 points in a 60-30 win (Jan. 26) the team made program history with a 64-58 upset victory over No. 12 Texas, marking West Virginia’s first-ever win over the Longhorns in Austin. Davenport became the second two-year junior college player in program history to reach 1,000 points when she did so against K-State in late February before a 75-61 win over Kansas marked another 20-win season at WVU, who tied for fourth in the league. Martin and Davenport earned All-Big 12 First Team Honors, while freshman forward Kari Niblack came off the bench to win the Big 12 Sixth Man of the Year award and classmate Madisen Smith claimed all-freshman team honors. After an early exit in the Big 12 Championship, the Mountaineers hosted three games of the WNIT as the season came to a close with a 56-54 loss to Northwestern. Martin added another accolade to her collection soon after, earning WBCA All-America Honorable Mention following the season.

2017-18

25-12, 8-10 Big 12 All-Big 12 Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 1 WNIT Semifinals Playing with just eight active players for most of the season, Carey guided the Mountaineers to the program’s 16th 20-win season and the 12th of his tenure. Rivalry

wins came over Virginia Tech and Pitt early in the season, as did a signature win over No. 18 Texas A&M as part of the Big 12/SEC Challenge. WVU’s win over the Hokies earned them the Paradise Jam Island Division Championship as the team rolled to 13 straight wins to start the season as the team reached as high as No. 9 in the AP Poll. With Tynice Martin sitting out, junior college transfer Naomi Davenport jumped in to help pick up the slack and became the first player since 2001 to drop more than 30 points in their Big 12 debut when she scored 32 against TCU. The Mountaineers finished 8-10 in the Big 12 and despite a 69-60 win over Oklahoma State in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinals, they couldn’t repeat their magical run of 2017. WVU accepted a bid to the 2018 Postseason WNIT and rattled off wins over Bucknell, (83-50), Saint Joseph’s (79-51), James Madison (67-55) and St. John’s (76-62) at the WVU Coliseum to set up a rematch with Virginia Tech in the WNIT semifinals. Unfortunately, WVU’s win streak against nonconference games was snapped with a heartbreaking 64-61 loss to the Hokies, halting the streak at 40 consecutive games as the 2017-18 season came to an end. Though not the result the team wanted, the Mountaineers still put together a record-breaking effort in 2017-18. The team’s 25 wins marked the 12th 20-win season under Carey, and the 16th in program history. West Virginia also set program records for points scored (2,652), 3-point field goals made (253), 3-point field goals attempted (2,184) and assists (589). Teana Muldrow was named one of five national finalists for the inaugural Cheryl Miller Award, and earned WNIT All-Tournament Team and All-Big 12 First Team honors before capping her career as an AP All-America Honorable Mention. Naomi Davenport was selected to the All-Big 12 Second Team, while Chania Ray capped her career as an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention.

2016-17

24-11, 8-10 Big 12 All-Big 12 Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 2 Big 12 Tournament Champions NCAA Second Round West Virginia returned to the NCAA Tournament for the 11th time in program history, despite having the sixthyoungest 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, 74-65, 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 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.

2015-16

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 sixthyoungest 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, 74-65, 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 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

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THE CAREY YEARS AT WVU 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.

2014-15

23-15, 7-11 Big 12 All-Big 12 Selections: 1 All-American Honors: 1 WNIT Championship Game The 2014-15 season saw the Mountaineers make their ninth 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 single-season 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 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

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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 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 All-America Second Team honoree, Haier America Achievement Award winner for February 2015 and the Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

2013-14

30-5, 16-2 Big 12 All-Big 12 Selections: 5 All-American Honors: 3 NCAA Second Round 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. 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 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.

2012-13

17-14, 9-9 Big 12 All-Big 12 Selections: 4 All-American Honors: 0 NCAA First Round 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 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.

2011-12

24-10, 11-5 Big East All-Big East Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 0 NCAA Second Round 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 AllBig East First Team, sophomore Christal Caldwell earned All-Big East Honorable Mention and Linda Stepney was named to the All-Big East Freshman Team.

2010-11

24-10, 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


WVU BESTS UNDER CAREY • The programs’ all-time wins leader with 393 victories. • WVU has made 15 postseason appearances in the last 16 years, including 10 NCAA tournament appearances. • WVU has recorded a program-record 13 21-win seasons in 16 years (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019). • Holds WVU’s highest winning percentage (.657) of any coach in program history and was the fastest to 200 wins, doing so in his 10th season. • WVU has made four conference championship game appearances (2006, 2010, 2014 and 2017). • WVU won the 2017 Big 12 Conference Tournament Championship as a No. 6-seed by knocking off the top-3 seeds and three nationallyranked programs: No. 19 Oklahoma (82-58), No. 12 Texas (62-59) and No. 2 Baylor (77-66). • The Mountaineers broke a program scoring record in 2018 with 2,713 total points. • West Virginia has reached postseason play in a school-record 13 consecutive seasons, reaching the WNIT semifinals in 2018. • WVU finished ranked in both the Associated Press and USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll in back-to-back years for the first time in program history in 2016 and 2017. • The team was recognized in 2017 with the Academic Progress Rate (APR) Recognition Award for finishing in the top-10 percent among NCAA Division I Women’s basketball teams in academic achievement. • The Mountaineers finished in the top half of league standings in 10 of the last 14 years, including in the top-four six times. 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 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 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

• WVU won a 2016 NCAA Statistical award after leading the nation with 6.5 blocked shots per game. • 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.

• 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.

• Guided the Mountaineers to a programrecord and tied for a nation-leading 19 wins at home during the 2014-15 season.

• Recorded the best start to a season and matched the longest win streak in program history, starting 19-0 in 2011.

• WVU made its second WNIT Championship game appearance in 2015, recording its longest postseason win streak in program history with five wins.

• WVU recorded 17 home wins in 2009-10, setting a single-season school record.

• 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.

• 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.

• Holds 40 victories over top 25 opponents, while WVU reached its highest ranking in program history at No. 5 during the 2014 season.

• WVU’s 11 Big East wins marked a sevengame improvement from 2006 to 2007, the second-best turnaround in league history.

• Set a program record with 30 overall wins and 27 regular-season wins in 2014.

• 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 earned a No. 2 seed—the highest in program history—in the 2014 NCAA tournament. • 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. Award All-America Second Team as a finalist for the award.

2009-10

29-6, 13-3 Big East All-Big East Selections: 7 All-American Honors: 0 NCAA Second Round With no seniors and predicted to finish ninth in the preseason Big East Coaches’ Poll, the Mountaineers exceeded all expectations, won a school-record 29 games, program-best 13 Big East contests, finished second in the regular season league standings and in the tournament, reeled off 16-consecutive wins during the season, the longest since 1992, and had a program-best seven

• 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). 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 Academic All-American First Team member and garnered All-Big East First Team, AllLeague Tournament and Preseason WNIT All-Tournament Team honors. Freshman center Asya Bussie garnered unanimous All-Big East Freshman Team honors and junior transfer Korinne Campbell earned All-League Honorable Mention honors.

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2008-09

18-15, 5-11 Big East All-Big East Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 0 WNIT Second Round Arguably Carey’s best WVU coaching job, the eighth-year coach took just eight healthy players and guided them to a WNIT second round appearance. Along the way, the Mountaineers won at No. 5 Louisville, the nation’s runner-up, marking the highest-ranked road team WVU had ever defeated in program history. WVU also knocked off eventual WNIT champion USF. Liz Repela 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.

2007-08

25-8, 12-4 Big East All-Big East Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 1 NCAA Second Round Led by the largest senior class in school history (7), West Virginia posted the second-most wins in school history and defeated three ranked teams, including No. 4 Rutgers, the highest-ranked foe the program had ever defeated. Other victories over ranked opponents included No. 14 Notre Dame and No. 18 Pitt. The squad became the first team in program history to be ranked in the Top-20 for an entire season and reached the NCAA Tournament for the second-consecutive season – a school first. West Virginia reached as high as No. 11 in the Coaches’ Poll and the AP Poll and was just the 12th team in NCAA history to boast four 1,000 point scorers on the same squad. WVU finished third in the Big East conference, its highest finish since joining the league in 1995-96, and advanced to its third 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 All-American Honorable Mention honors, while Meg Bulger and LaQuita Owens were named to the conference’s Second Team. Sanni was later drafted by the WNBA’s Detroit Shock and won a championship with them in her rookie campaign.

2006-07

21-11, 11-5 Big East All-Big East Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 1 NCAA Second Round Facing arguably the toughest schedule in school history, including a grueling non-conference slate that featured

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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.

2005-06

15-16, 4-12 Big East All-Big East Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 1 Big East Championship Game West Virginia rallied from losing eight-straight games to end the regular season with one of the most remarkable runs in the history of women’s college basketball. As the 12th, and final seed, the Mountaineers entered the tournament with nothing to lose. And they didn’t until narrowly missing out on a first-ever Big East championship. The Mountaineers defeated three higher seeded teams, all NCAA Tournament teams (No. 5 Louisville, No. 4 St. John’s, No. 1 Rutgers), before falling to No. 2 Connecticut, 50-44, in the championship game. In that contest, WVU trailed by just one with 30 seconds to go. The run was the first of its kind in the Big East and one of just a handful in the history of the women’s game. In the Big East, no 12 seed had ever won a game let alone advance to the championship game playing four contests in four days. Chakhia Cole and Britney Davis-White were named to the All-Big East Tournament Team. Meg Bulger, lost to a major knee injury just 18 games into the season, garnered All-Big East Second Team honors as well as All-America Honorable Mention accolades.

2004-05

21-13, 7-9 Big East All-Big East Selections: 2 All-American Honors: 2 WNIT Championship Game WVU started the season with a 9-0 record en route to its first-ever WNIT postseason championship game appearance and the longest postseason win streak in school history (4). Led by senior point guard Yolanda Paige and sharp shooting sophomore Meg Bulger, the Mountaineers posted their second-straight 21-win season for the first time in school history. Paige broke every Mountaineer single-game, season- and careerassist 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 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 AllAmerica Honorable Mention honors.

2003-04

21-11, 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 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.

2002-03

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 non-conference play, a first, which included a school-record 71 percent shooting performance in a 114-45 victory at Robert Morris. The Mountaineers qualified for their second consecutive Big East Tournament and Kate Bulger was named to the All-Big East Third Team.

2001-02

14-14, 6-10 Big East All-Big East Selections: 3 All-American Honors: 0 Big East Tournament With only three newcomers joining a cast of players who went 5-22 the season prior to Mike Carey’s first as head coach of the Mountaineers, WVU produced the first winning regular season since 1996-97. West Virginia was picked last in the Big East preseason coaches’ poll but finished 10th. Kate Bulger garnered All-Big East Second Team honors while the freshmen tandem of Yolanda Paige and Sherell Sowho was named to the All-Big East Rookie Team.


ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

BETT SHELBY

FIRST SEASON • GREENSBORO, 2005 Bett Shelby arrives in Morgantown after spending the 2018-19 season at North Carolina, where she served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. Working with the guards, Shelby helped guide the program to its first NCAA Tournament berth since 2015 and was in charge of all recruiting. Prior to her time in Chapel Hill, Shelby spent three seasons at Maryland, where one of her many accomplishments was landing a pair top-five recruiting classes. Additionally, she helped the Terps to Big Ten regular-season and conference tournament championships in 2015-16 and 2016-17. From 2013-15, Shelby was an assistant coach at Virginia Tech. During her tenure in Blacksburg, Shelby assisted with scouting and guard training while serving as the recruiting coordinator, signing a top-20 recruiting class for the Hokies in 2015. Shelby spent the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons at Seton Hall, signing a class that ranked 33rd in the nation according to the All-Star Girls Report. In her second season with the Pirates, she helped the squad to its most wins in a season since 2006-07 and to its first BIG EAST Tournament win since 2009. While at Southern Illinois, Shelby put together a recruiting class that ranked as the No. 1 mid-major class by ESPN HoopGurlz. Additionally, the group was touted as the No. 1 signing class in the Missouri Valley Conference and was ranked 57th overall by the All-Star Girls Report. Among the signees were SIU’s first Parade All-American, top-100 player and top-100 transfer as rated by the All-Star Girls Report. Prior to SIU Shelby had stops at Tennessee Tech, where she put together the No. 1 recruiting class in the Ohio Valley Conference and a top-100 recruiting class via the All-Star Girls Report, and Stetson University, getting a top-100 class that ranked first in the Atlantic Sun Conference. Additionally, she spent two seasons serving as the Director of Basketball Operations at East Carolina, helping the Pirates to the Conference USA title and the team’s first NCAA berth in 25 years. A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Shelby played two seasons at UNC Wilmington before transferring to Greensboro College. As a team captain, she led the Pride to the USA South regular-season and conference tournament titles, as well the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Shelby graduated from Greensboro with a bachelor’s degree in sports and exercise studies with a concentration in coaching in 2005. The daughter of Brad and Texie Shelby, she has one sister, Mary.

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ASSISTANT COACH

CHRISTAL CALDWELL THIRD SEASON • WEST VIRGINIA, 2014

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Former Mountaineer standout player Christal Caldwell was hired as an assistant coach in July 2017. Caldwell is the first Mountaineer student-athlete to play under coach Mike Carey and return to Morgantown as an assistant coach. In her two seasons with the Mountaineers, Caldwell has been instrumental in the development of the guards. In 2018 Chania Ray etched her name in the program record books when she joined the all-time top-10 in assists and assists per game, despite never having played point guard until she arrived in Morgantown. Katrina Pardee (’19) departed WVU as one of the program’s best 3-point shooters and is the career leader in free-throw percentage. Additionally, Tynice Martin returned from injury to earn All-Big 12 First Team and WBCA All-America Honorable Mention in 2019 while freshman point guard Madisen Smith earned Big 12 All-Freshman Team accolades after winning three Big 12 Freshman of the Week accolades. During her time in Morgantown, the Mountaineers have picked up top-25 wins over Texas A&M (Dec. 2017), Iowa State (Jan. 2019) and Texas (Jan. 2019), the latter of which was WVU’s first win over Texas in Austin. The team has also triumphed over rivals Virginia Tech and Pitt. Prior to her return to Morgantown, she spent two seasons at La Salle; where she helped the Explorers to an incredible turnaround in 2016-17. La Salle finished the campaign with 17 victories - 12 more than the previous season. As the guards’ coach, Caldwell guided two Explorers to conference honors, including league scoring leader Amy Griffin to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team and Jasmine Alston to the A-10 All-Defensive Team. Additionally, Griffin led the Philadelphia Big 5 in scoring and was a Philadelphia All-Big 5 First Team honoree in 2017. Also under Caldwell’s guidance, Adreana Miller led the Big 5 in free throw percentage. Caldwell worked in implementing team programs and assessing strengths and weaknesses for each student-athlete. Additionally, she served as the coach liaison between academic services, compliance, marketing, equipment and facilities. In 2015-16, Caldwell served as the director of operations at La Salle. She was responsible for managing the team’s business affairs, coordinating travel and practice times as well as organizing and managing the team budget. In her two seasons, Caldwell helped guide Amy Griffin to the Atlantic 10 scoring title (17.7 points per game) and a third-team Atlantic 10 All-Conference selection last season. Meanwhile, third-team Owens averaged 13.4 points per game last season and became the 24th Explorer to score 1,000 career points under the tutelage of Caldwell. Caldwell joined the Explorers in 2015 after spending the previous two summers as the head camp counselor for various women’s basketball camps in the Charlotte area. As head camp counselor, Caldwell designed training activities and led group activities for camp participants. After a decorated career as a guard at West Virginia, Caldwell played professionally for FIBA’s Sepsi SIC in Romania. The Charlotte native was a fouryear letterwinner for the Mountaineers, scoring 1,246 career points on the way to All-Big East Honorable Mention as a sophomore and All-Big 12 First Team honors as a junior. Caldwell also led WVU to a Big 12 Conference title in 2014, the first regular-season conference title for the Mountaineers since 1992. Caldwell earned a degree in psychology from West Virginia, where she also minored in child development and communications.


ASSISTANT COACH

CRAIG CAREY

FIRST SEASON • WEST VIRGINIA, 2012

West Virginia University women’s basketball coach Mike Carey announced Friday that Craig Carey has been elevated to assistant coach for the 2019-20 season. “Craig has been with the program for many years, starting as a practice player and later as our video coordinator,” coach Mike Carey said. “He knows the players, our style of play and our personnel very well. I think it will be a smooth transition and a great fit for our program.” Joining the women’s basketball staff in 2015, Carey has served as the video coordinator since then. In that role, he acted as the liaison for film exchange with opponents, helped coaches prepare for scouting and provided video for instructional purposes. Additionally, he supervised and prepared the Mountaineers’ practice players and has stepped in as an interim/countable assistant coach on several occasions over the past four years. From 2009-15, Carey served as the assistant camp coordinator for the program’s summer basketball camps. He helped to organize the structure of individual and team camps, serving also as a clinician. “I’m thankful to Director of Athletics Shane Lyons, Senior Associate AD Terri Howes and, of course, my dad for this great opportunity,” said Carey. “I’ve enjoyed being a part of success in the past and look forward to what we can do in the future. WVU is home to me, and I can’t think of a better place to start my coaching career.” The Clarksburg, West Virginia, native spent his collegiate career as a student worker and practice player for the Mountaineers. As a student worker, Carey assisted with office duties, provided information in accordance with NCAA and Big 12 regulations for recruitment, assisted with recruiting visits and organized recruiting mail. Additionally, he played for coach Bob Huggins as a member of the WVU men’s basketball program during the 2010-11 season. Carey is a two-time graduate of West Virginia as he earned a bachelor’s degree in criminology in 2012 before completing a master’s in sports management in 2015.

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SUPPORT STAFF ASHLEY BAILEY

Associate Director Athletic Communications Ashley Bailey enters her sixth year at West Virginia after joining the Athletic Communications staff in July of 2014. She is currently an Associate Director of Athletic Communications, serving as the primary media contact for the women’s basketball and men’s golf teams. Previously, Bailey spent three seasons working with the Mountaineers’ volleyball and wrestling programs. Prior to joining the Mountaineers, Bailey spent two years as an assistant director of sports information at Davidson College in Davidson, N.C., where she handled field hockey, volleyball, women’s cross country/track & field, swimming & diving and wrestling for the Wildcats. In 2013, she accompanied the men’s basketball team to the 2013 NCAA Tournament and promoted a pair of NCAA National Qualifiers for the Davidson wrestling team in 2014. While at Charleston Southern University in Charleston, S.C., from 2010-12, Bailey served as both the assistant director for sports information and interim sports information director. In her second year, she oversaw the publicity efforts for all of the Buccaneers’ 14 Division I sports. She served as the primary media contact for football, men’s and women’s basketball, track & field, men’s and women’s golf and baseball while in Charleston. Bailey earned a Master of Business Administration in 2010 from Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pa., where she was a graduate assistant in the athletic communications office from 2008-10. She was the contact for the field hockey, women’s soccer, swimming & diving and women’s lacrosse teams during her tenure. Bailey also handled football and women’s basketball, hosting the 2010 Northeast Conference Tournament and joining the team at the 2010 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. A native of South Dartmouth, Mass., Bailey graduated from Ohio University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism/Public Relations.

AYANA “YAYA” DUNNING

managers and volunteers, while scheduling all workouts, practices, study hall, team meetings, community service and other team functions. Prior to her arrival at CofC, she made her coaching debut as an assistant coach at Iowa Central College. She helped lead the Tritons to a 20-12 overall record, with four of her players reaching ICCAC All-Region honors under her tutelage. Dunning served as the communications intern for the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association from Jan. to May 2014 and also served as the women’s basketball color analyst for the Mountaineer Sports Network from IMG from Oct. 2013 to Jan. 2014. Coming out of Eastmoore High in Columbus, Ohio, Dunning was a Parade and WBCA All-American. Dunning earned a bachelor’s degree in sport management from West Virginia University.

KYLE KEESLER

Equipment Manager Kyle Keesler began his role as assistant equipment manager in 2015 and was promoted to equipment manager in June, 2019. He assists with day-to-day operations of the WVU baseball team and handles any equipment needs that may arise during the season. Prior to his full-time stint at WVU, Keesler served as the head clubhouse manager for the West Virginia Black Bears, the short-season A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. While in that capacity, he handled day-to-day operations including daily transportation for players and staff, ordering team meals, and issuing officially licensed game day and workout gear. Additionally, he handled laundry for both the visiting and home teams. Keesler served as the head women’s basketball manager for WVU women’s basketball for five seasons. He handled daily practice and game operations and assisted with office duties. He traveled with the team and helped organize equipment, uniforms and other needs for road contests. He assisted the graduate assistant with mail outs, data entry and recruiting visits. Keesler served as the Mountaineers’ equipment room liaison helping issue gear, laundry and other needs. A native of Grantsville, West Virginia, Keesler resides in Morgantown.

Assistant Director of Basketball Operations Former West Virginia standout Ayana “YaYa” Dunning re-joined the Mountaineers in the summer of 2017 as the assistant director of basketball operations. Dunning spent the two previous seasons as the director of women’s basketball operations at the College of Charleston. Before her work with the Cougars, she served as an assistant coach at Iowa Central Community College. The Columbus, Ohio, native spent three seasons as a Mountaineer from 2011-13. She finished her illustrious career with 736 points, 602 rebounds and 63 blocks in 99 games played. Dunning served as a captain during the 2012-13 campaign and was a member of three NCAA Tournament teams. Her 207 offensive rebounds are 13th all-time, while her 602 boards are 15th on WVU’s all-time ledger. In her most recent stop, Dunning was solely responsible for managing the budget for the College of Charleston women’s basketball team. Additionally, Dunning was in charge of summer camps, execution of scheduling contracts, team meals and other day-to-day operations. She trained and supervised

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BRYCE FORDYCE

Video Coordinator Bryce Fordyce was named the video coordinator for women’s basketball in July 2019. During the 2018-19, Fordyce served as the Coordinator of Basketball and Video Operations, as well as a volunteer assistant coach, for the Alderson Broaddus women’s basketball team. He worked on team travel, video exchange, community engagement and alumni outreach among other duties. Fordyce worked with Synergy Editor and Synergy Video Express software to upload and download game film, using Fast Draw and Fast Scout to prepare video for scouting purposes. Fordyce spent the 2017-18 season as the boys’ junior varsity coach at Saint Francis deSales Central Catholic School in Morgantown. He coordinated practice and game schedules, organized and managed game film and assisted with team practices.


During his previous tenure at WVU from 2013-16, Fordyce assisted the video coordinator with cutting and downloading game film for future contests, organizing opposing teams scouting reports and managing duties for filming all practices/games. Additionally, he assisted with recruiting visits and game day operations. A native of Morgantown, Fordyce boasts a pair of degrees from WVU. He earned a bachelor’s degree in multidisciplinary studies with concentrations in athletic coaching, business management and communication studies in 2016 and recently completed a master’s in corporate and organizational communications.

MEGHAN BIELICH

Director of Basketball Operations/ Assistant to the Head Coach Meghan Bielich joined the Mountaineers as the Director of Basketball Operations/Assistant to the Head Coach in the spring of 2019. Bielich arrives in Morgantown having spent the 2018-19 season at Pitt, where she served as the Director of Video and Creative Content. Her duties for the Panthers included coordinating film exchange, film breakdown and assisting with scouting reports. Additionally, she was the camp director for the Lance White Basketball Camp. It marked her second stint at Pitt, as she previously served as the Director of Women’s Basketball Operations from 2011-13. In that role, Bielich coordinated all team travel, oversaw the distribution of equipment, coordinated practice and game times, scheduled community service activities, assisted with on-campus recruiting and served as a liaison to the marketing and promotions staff. She was also in charge of the Agnus Berenato Summer camps. Bielich served as the Video Coordinator from 2006-11 and was an interim assistant coach in 2010. Prior to her return to Pittsburgh, Bielich spent three seasons as the Video Coordinator at Texas Tech. While with the Lady Raiders she was in charge coordinating film exchange, the production of recruiting and highlight videos, the creation of video playbooks, assisting with scouting reports and assisting the head coach with daily activities in addition to other assignments. Bielich spent the 2014-15 season as the Assistant to the Head Coach at the University of Akron and was the head junior varsity coach and assistant varsity coach for the girls’ basketball team at Bethel Park Senior High from 2013-14. A native of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, Bielich earned her bachelor’s degree in communication from Clarion University in 2006 before graduating with a master’s in sports management from California University of Pennsylvania in 2011.

SAM YOUNG

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.

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 12 sports (women’s basketball, rifle, rowing, 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). 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, promotions and marketing, 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.

Assistant Athletic Trainer Sam Young enters her sixth 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.

TONI OLIVERIO

Associate Director Student-Athlete Development Toni Oliverio joined the student-athlete development staff in 2015 after serving as the director of basketball operations for seven seasons. Additionally, Oliverio works with the rifle and men’s soccer programs.

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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. Oliverio also served as the sports information director for the NAIA’s MidSouth Conference where she was involved in all aspects of publicizing the conference and served as assistant sports information director and academic coordinator at WVU Tech. She completed an internship in the Mid-South Conference’s commissioner’s office in 2006 where she played an integral role in the administration and coordination of the track and field, cheerleading, men’s and women’s basketball, softball and tennis championships. During that same time period, she worked in Louisville’s intramural and recreational sports department. From August 2004 until December 2005, Oliverio served as a graduate teaching and research assistant, also at Louisville. She was a sports information intern at Louisville in 2005, where she assisted in game management for women’s basketball, men’s tennis, softball and field hockey. From 2001-03, she served as head women’s tennis coach and assistant women’s basketball coach at Salem 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 Morgantown with their stepson, Vaughn, and daughters Cayton and Olivia.

SHIRLEY MILUSH Program Assistant

MACKENZIE HAWKINS Student Athletic Trainer

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ZACK ALLEN

Strength Coach Zack Allen enters his third season as the strength and conditioning coach for the Mountaineer women’s basketball team. In addition to women’s basketball, Allen handles the strength and conditioning responsibilities for the WVU tennis team. Prior to his arrival in Morgantown in June 2017, Allen served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, for two years. While with Army, he oversaw the max strength and power programs for men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming & diving, men’s tennis, men’s and women’s track & field and rifle. Allen demonstrated and taught proper techniques, while helping download and analyze data to help student-athletes enhance their performance. Allen served as a graduate assistant in the strength and conditioning department at Michigan State from 2013 to 2015. With the Spartans, he was responsible for designing and implementing strength programs for women’s soccer and women’s gymnastics. He holds certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the American Red Cross in First Aid, CPR/AED. Allen is a 2011 graduate of Lock Haven University with a bachelor’s degree in recreation management. He completed his master’s degree in kinesiology with a strength and conditioning specialization from Michigan State in 2015. He and his wife, Elizabeth, reside in Morgantown. The couple has three children: sons Maximus and Atlas and daughter Calliope.

ANGELA HOLMES Office Administrator

DEIONTE COBB Student Manager

JACOBY VAULT Student Manager

DR. A.J. MONSEAU

Medical Director/Head Team Physician

CODY MCCLUNG Graduate Manager


mountaineer profiles 2019-20 Rosters�������������������������������������������������������������� 58 2019-20 Photo Roster ���������������������������������������������������� 59 De'Janae Boykin�������������������������������������������������������������� 60 Tynice Martin������������������������������������������������������������������ 62 Lucky Rudd��������������������������������������������������������������������� 68 Kysre Gondrezick������������������������������������������������������������ 70 Kari Niblack�������������������������������������������������������������������� 72 Rochelle Norris���������������������������������������������������������������� 74 Madisen Smith���������������������������������������������������������������� 76 Blessing Ejiofor �������������������������������������������������������������� 78 Arleighshya McElroy ������������������������������������������������������ 79 Jada Wright�������������������������������������������������������������������� 80 Kirsten Deans������������������������������������������������������������������ 81 Esmery Martinez ������������������������������������������������������������ 82


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Name Kysre Gondrezick Kirsten Deans Lucky Rudd Tynice Martin Esmery Martinez Kari Niblack Jada Wright Blessing Ejiofor Arleighshya McElroy Madisen Smith Rochelle Norris De’Janae Boykin

Ht. Yr. Pos. 5-9 Jr. G 5-8 Fr. G 5-10 Sr. G 5-11 Sr. G 6-2 Fr. F 6-1 So. F 6-3 r-So. C 6-5 Jr. C 5-8 Jr. G 5-5 So. G 6-5 r-Fr. C 6-2 Sr. F

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Benton Harbor. Mich./Benton Harbor (Michigan) Greensboro, N.C./Connections Academy Kernersville, N.C./Forest Trail Academy (NC State) Atlanta, Ga./Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy Hato Mayor Del Ray, DR/Hamilton Heights Christian Leesburg, Fla./Wildwood Chicago, Ill./Rich East (Trinity Valley CC) Ebonyi, Nigeria/Paterson Eastside (Chipola) Dallas, Texas/Richardson (Trinity Valley CC) Greenville, S.C./Greenville Senior Stafford, Va./New Hope Academy Springdale, Md./C.H. Flowers (Penn State)

Head Coach: Mike Carey Associate Head Coach: Bett Shelby Assistant Coaches: Christal Caldwell, Craig Carey Video Coordinator: Bryce Fordyce Strength & Conditioning Coach: Zack Allen Athletic Trainer: Sam Young

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2019-20 PHOTO ROSTER

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6-2 • SENIOR • FORWARD • SPRINGDALE, MD./C.H. FLOWERS (PENN STATE) 2018-19 (JUNIOR) – AT WEST VIRGINIA ■■

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Started 29 games for the Nittany Lions Averaged 7.6 rebounds per contest to lead Penn State Also averaged 5.8 points per game Compiled 14 steals, 22 blocks and 48 assists Ranked fourth on the team with 29.4 minutes per game and was third in blocked shots Had five double-digit scoring and a team-best seven double-digit rebounding games on the season Registered her first career double-double with a career-high 14 points and 19 rebounds against Drexel (Nov. 12) Dished out a career-high five assists at Rutgers (Jan. 6) Played a career-best 37 minutes against Rutgers (Jan. 18) Posted a career-high two blocks on five occasions, most recently at Nebraska (Feb. 22)

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Daughter of Sheila and Jeff Boykin Birthday is May 4 Major is multidisciplinary studies Has one younger brother, Joshua, and one older sister, Janiesha Father, Jeff, served as a U.S. Marine, and sister, Janiesha is in the U.S. Navy

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5-11 • R-SENIOR • GUARD • ATLANTA, GA./SOUTHWEST ATLANTA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 2018-19 (REDSHIRT JUNIOR) ■■ ■■

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Team Co-Captain 2019 WBCA NCAA Division I Coaches’ All-America region finalist 2019 All-Big 12 First Team Big 12 All-Preseason Team 2019 Academic All-Big 12 First Team 2019 Wade Trophy Watch List 2019 Citizen Naismith Trophy Women’s Watch List 2019 Citizen Naismith Trophy Midseason Team Big 12 Co-Player of the Week – Jan. 14. Big 12 Player of the Week – Feb. 4 College Sports Madness National Player of the Week – Feb. 4 Capped the season ranked No. 11 all-time at West Virginia with 1,588 career points Also ranks in the program’s top 10 in 3-point field goals made (182) and 3-point field goals attempted (524) Among junior season leaders, she ranked fifth in points (575), fifth in scoring average (18.0), sixth in field goals made (519), third in 3-point field goals made (78), fifth in 3-point field goals attempted (206), ninth in 3-point field goal percentage (.379), eighth in free-throws made (103), third in freethrow percentage (.831), seventh in minutes played (1,183), second in minutes per game (37.0) and third in 20-point games (15) In the Big 12, she ranked fourth in scoring (18.0 ppg), fourth in 3-point field goals (2.4 per game), 12th in field goal percentage (.380), fourth in free-throw percentage (.831), 11th in steals per game and 16th in rebounding (5.8 rpg), Played 10 complete games on the year Had 15 games with 20 or more points Scored in double figures on 29 occasions in 33 games played Registered double-doubles against Coppin State (Nov. 6), Eastern Kentucky (Dec. 15) and Iowa State (Jan. 16) Also tied her career high with 11 rebounds in all three contests Had three straight 20-point games from Jan. 9 to Jan. 16, scoring 21 vs. Oklahoma State (Jan. 9), 20 at Oklahoma (Jan. 13) and 20 at Iowa State (Jan. 20) Set a program record with 16 points in the first quarter of WVU’s win over No. 12 Texas (Jan. 28) Scored a season-high 27 points in the team’s upset of the Longhorns (Jan. 28) and again against Kansas State (Feb. 27) Twice drained a season-high six 3-pointers against Pitt (Dec. 8) and TCU (Feb. 16) Dished out five assists to go with 22 points in a win at Oklahoma State (Feb. 20) Had four consecutive 20-point

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Team Co-Captain Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-America Honorable Mention Became the first Mountaineer sophomore in program history to earn AP and WBCA All-America Honorable Mention Unanimous All-Big 12 First Team Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player Big 12 Championship All-Tournament Team WBCA All-Region 3 Waco Tribune All-Big 12 First Team Savannah Invitational MVP Savannah Invitational All-Tournament Team Big 12 Conference Player of the Week (Feb. 13) NCAA Starting Five (Feb. 15) Finished her sophomore campaign with 651 points (18.6 ppg), 151 rebounds (4.3 rpg), 82 assists (2.3 apg) and 62 steals (1.8 spg) Became only the third sophomore at West Virginia to score 500 or more points in a single-season Her 651 points are sixth-most in a single-season at WVU Tallied double-figure scoring in 33 of 35 games and lead the Mountaineers in scoring 21 times during the season Reached the 20-point plateau 13 times and the 30-point mark on three different occasions becoming the second sophomore in program history to do so Ranked first in the Big 12 with 35.6 minutes played per game, second in scoring with 18.6 points per game, fifth with 2.2 threepoint fields goals made per game, fifth with 1.8 steals per game, seventh with an 81.8 free throw percentage and 12th with a 36.5 3-point field goal percentage Nationally, she ranked 10th in field goals attempted (571), 11th in minutes played (1,246), 20th in final points (651), 32nd in field goals made (227), 40th in points per game (18.6 ppg), 70th in three-pointers made (76), 82nd in three-pointers attempted (208), 86th in free throws made (121), 88th in three-point

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field goal percentage (36.5%), 91st in field goal percentage (48.2%), 117th in three-point field goals per game (2.2), 128th in steals (62), 135th in free throws attempted (148) and 200th in steals per game (1.8 spg) Set multiple WVU single-season marks including: fifth in minutes played (1,246), sixth in points (651), seventh in 30-point games (3), tied for eighth in made field goals (277), ninth in 20-point games (13), 10th in scoring average (10.6 ppg), tied for 10th in made triples (76) Recorded several WVU sophomore single-season marks: first in minutes played (1,246), second in made three-pointers (76), tied for second in games played and started (35-35), third in points (651), third in field goals made (227), third in minutes per game (35.6), fourth in scoring average (18.6 ppg), fourth in 20-point games (13), fifth in free throw percentage (81.8%), sixth in free throws attempted (148) and eighth in three-point field goal percentage (36.5%) Scored double-figures in first 21 games of the season and had a 23-game double-digit scoring streak from March 18, 2016 until Jan. 25, 2017 Completed the year with a nine-game double-figure scoring streak Tallied 27 points and set a career-high in two blocks in WVU’s win over Howard (Nov. 15) In her return to Georgia, she scored 28 points and went 9-of-9 from the free throw line in the victory over North Carolina A&T (Nov. 22) Had the second-longest free throw streak at WVU with 30 consecutive makes from March 18, 2016 (Ohio State) to Nov. 24, 2016 (Auburn) Led the Mountaineers with 16 points against Auburn (Nov. 24) en route to Savannah Invitational MVP and AllTournament Team accolades Led the Mountaineers with 21 points, while dishing out a career-high seven assists and corralling six rebounds against Longwood (Dec. 17) Paced WVU with 21 points, collected a career-high six steals and dished out five assists at TCU (Dec. 29) Inked first career double-double with 18 points and a career-high 11 rebounds in the win over No. 20-ranked Oklahoma (Jan. 8) Led West Virginia with a career-high 35 points at Oklahoma (Feb. 7), ranking as the second-best single-game performance by a WVU sophomore Her 14 field goals at OU tied a school sophomore single-game record, while her six three-pointers were third-most Scored 30 points and made a careerhigh seven three-pointers in the win over Oklahoma State (Feb. 11) Earned Big 12 Player of the Week Honors (Feb. 13) after becoming first Mountaineer since Meg Bulger (2005) to score 30 or

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more points in back-to-back games Scored a WVU Big 12 Tournament record 29 points, grabbed five rebounds, made four triples and dished out two assists in a win over No. 12 Texas (March 5) in the Big 12 Championship semifinal Scored a Big 12 Championship title game record 32 points and made a careerhigh 12 free throws in WVU’s Big 12 Championship final victory Baylor (March 6) Named the 2017 Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player with 82 points and 12 rebounds in three games Her 82 points were the third-most ever in a Big 12 Tournament Became third-quickest Mountaineer to reach 1,000-points and 34th overall after scoring 26 points including 9-of-10 from the charity stripe vs. Elon (March 17) in the NCAA Championship First Round

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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 Led West Virginia in scoring seven times Made 23 consecutive free throws from Dec. 23 to March 5 Tied for seventh all-time in program history with 35 games played Ranked in WVU’s top-10 in multiple freshman single season marks including: tied for second with 35 games played, fourth with an 80.6 free throw percentage, fourth with 347 field goal attempts, fifth-most points in a season (365), fifth with 140 made field goals, seventh with 110 three-point attempts and ninth with 28 made three-pointers Her 10.3 points per game ranked 23rd in the Big 12, while her 11.2 points per contest were 17th in league-only contests Strung together seven points, including

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a three pointer in her collegiate debut against Delaware State (Nov. 14) Finished with 12 points, three rebounds, three assists and three steals vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (Dec. 6) Led WVU with 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the win over Marshall (Dec. 13) Named WVU Student-Athlete of the Week for Dec. 14 Nailed four three-pointers and finished with 16 points in the win at K-State (Jan. 6) Scored 15 points and dished out a seasonhigh five assists against Texas Tech (Jan. 9) Named Big 12 Freshman of the Week for Jan. 11, first WVU player since Bria Holmes in 2013 to earn that honor At Oklahoma, scored 10 points, grabbed four rebounds and dished ouwt a pair of assists Paced West Virginia with 18 points against Kansas (Jan. 16), while dishing out two assists and snatching two steals en route to Big 12 co-Freshman of the Week honors Led WVU with 17 points in the loss to No. 4 Baylor (Jan. 30) Went 4-of-8 (50.0%) from the field and finished with 12 points and four rebounds in the win over No. 20 Oklahoma (Feb. 17) Collected a season-best five steals and dished out three assists in the win over TCU (Feb. 24) Netted season-highs of 20 points, nine field goals and a 75.0 field goal percentage in the win over No. 22 Oklahoma State (Feb. 27) Led the Mountaineers with 20 points and matched her season high at the Big 12 Championship quarterfinal against K-State (March 5) Tied three other Mountaineers with most made field goals in a Big 12 Championship game with eight vs. K-State (March 5) Had 16 points and matched a season-high eight rebounds vs. Princeton in the NCAA Championship First Round (March 18) Again tallied 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the NCAA Championship Second Round contest vs. Ohio State (March 20)

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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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Daughter of Terry Martin and Trenisha Burnett Birthday is March 26 Has three brothers and two sisters Majoring in multidisciplinary studies Her father played basketball at Auburn in the 1980s Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

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Ranked as the 16th-best wing player by ESPN HoopGurlz FullCourt.com listed her as the 22ndbest 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

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MOUNTAINEER PROFILES

CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS Year 2015-16 2016-17 2018-19 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 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 35 35 1246 35.6 227 571 .398 76 208 .365 121 148 .818 14 137 151 4.3 59 0 82 63 9 62 651 18.6 32 32 1183 37.0 197 519 .380 78 206 .379 103 124 .831 33 151 184 5.8 48 0 55 52 1 52 575 18.0 102 67 3257 31.9 564 1437 .392 182 524 .347 278 339 .820 66 381 447 4.4 153 0 191 167 17 148 1588 15.6

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICAL TOTALS Year 2015-16 2016-17 2018-19 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 18 0 442 24.6 79 208 .380 18 18 673 37.4 110 284 .387 18 18 700 38.9 110 295 .373 54 36 1815 33.6 299 787 .380

3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 21 76 .276 22 22 1.000 8 37 45 2.5 40 99 .404 51 63 .810 6 74 80 4.4 46 129 .357 62 77 .805 12 78 90 5.0 107 304 .352 135 162 .833 26 189 215 4.0

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 17 0 29 23 3 24 201 11.2 30 0 42 38 3 34 311 17.3 34 0 33 38 0 25 328 18.2 81 0 104 99 6 83 840 15.6

2018-19 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg COPPIN STATE 11/06/18 * 36 8 18 .444 4 6 .667 4 4 1.000 2 9 11 11.0 1 0 1 3 0 5 24 24.0 NJIT 11/11/18 * 32 7 19 .368 2 6 .333 2 2 1.000 1 8 9 10.0 0 0 5 0 0 3 18 21.0 BRYANT 11/15/18 * 32 7 14 .500 3 6 .500 3 4 .750 0 5 5 8.3 1 0 0 0 0 5 20 20.7 vs Iowa 11/23/18 * 32 4 18 .222 0 4 .000 3 3 1.000 3 2 5 7.5 3 0 1 2 0 2 11 18.3 vs Eastern Kentucky 11/24/18 * 34 6 12 .500 4 5 .800 1 3 .333 1 10 11 8.2 0 0 2 0 0 1 17 18.0 MISSOURI 12/02/18 * 38 6 17 .353 2 6 .333 4 4 1.000 2 5 7 8.0 1 0 0 1 0 1 18 18.0 at Pitt 12/08/18 * 33 9 14 .643 6 8 .750 2 3 .667 3 4 7 7.9 0 0 2 1 1 2 26 19.1 EASTERN KENTUCKY 12/15/18 * 32 4 13 .308 2 7 .286 4 4 1.000 0 7 7 7.8 1 0 3 1 0 0 14 18.5 MORGAN STATE 12/18/18 * 32 5 15 .333 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 1 1 7.0 2 0 2 2 0 2 11 17.7 TOWSON 12/20/18 * 31 5 14 .357 0 2 .000 6 6 1.000 1 3 4 6.7 0 0 2 0 0 2 16 17.5 NIAGARA 12/29/18 DNP at TCU 01/02/19 * 40 3 17 .176 1 5 .200 3 3 1.000 0 5 5 6.5 1 0 2 2 0 1 10 16.8 TEXAS 01/06/19 * 40 3 9 .333 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 0 1 1 6.1 3 0 1 1 0 1 9 16.2 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/09/19 * 36 9 18 .500 3 6 .500 0 0 .000 0 3 3 5.8 4 0 1 3 0 1 21 16.5 at Oklahoma 01/13/19 * 40 7 14 .500 4 9 .444 2 4 .500 1 6 7 5.9 3 0 2 4 0 4 20 16.8 IOWA STATE 01/16/19 * 40 6 19 .316 0 4 .000 8 9 .889 0 11 11 6.3 2 0 4 5 0 0 20 17.0 at Baylor 01/20/19 * 38 7 17 .412 4 8 .500 0 0 .000 2 2 4 6.1 2 0 1 1 0 0 18 17.1 TEXAS TECH 01/23/19 * 38 7 16 .438 3 8 .375 6 8 .750 1 1 2 5.9 1 0 3 0 0 0 23 17.4 KANSAS STATE 01/26/19 * 40 4 17 .235 2 8 .250 3 4 .750 2 7 9 6.1 1 0 2 3 0 2 13 17.2 at Texas 01/28/19 * 38 9 18 .500 2 5 .400 7 10 .700 0 5 5 6.0 2 0 1 4 0 2 27 17.7 KANSAS 02/03/19 * 36 6 13 .462 1 4 .250 9 10 .900 0 5 5 6.0 2 0 2 4 0 1 22 17.9 at Iowa State 02/09/19 * 40 2 15 .133 0 6 .000 2 2 1.000 0 3 3 5.8 3 0 3 1 0 0 6 17.3 at Texas Tech 02/13/19 * 40 3 12 .250 3 10 .300 7 8 .875 1 2 3 5.7 0 0 3 0 0 0 16 17.3 TCU 02/16/19 * 40 6 21 .286 6 10 .600 3 4 .750 0 5 5 5.7 0 0 0 5 0 3 21 17.4 at Oklahoma St. 02/20/19 * 38 9 15 .600 4 8 .500 0 0 .000 0 5 5 5.6 1 0 5 1 0 0 22 17.6 OKLAHOMA 02/23/19 * 40 7 19 .368 1 7 .143 7 10 .700 2 2 4 5.6 3 0 0 1 0 2 22 17.8 at Kansas State 02/27/19 * 39 10 27 .370 5 12 .417 2 2 1.000 3 5 8 5.7 3 0 0 1 0 4 27 18.2 at Kansas 03/02/19 * 38 5 11 .455 2 6 .333 1 1 1.000 0 7 7 5.7 1 0 1 2 0 1 13 18.0 BAYLOR 03/04/19 * 39 7 17 .412 2 8 .250 2 2 1.000 0 3 3 5.6 2 0 2 0 0 3 18 18.0 vs Kansas State 03/09/19 * 40 2 11 .182 0 2 .000 5 5 1.000 1 5 6 5.6 0 0 1 2 0 0 9 17.7 RIDER 03/21/19 * 32 8 20 .400 4 7 .571 3 3 1.000 4 4 8 5.7 3 0 1 0 0 2 23 17.8 VILLANOVA 03/24/19 * 40 10 18 .556 0 3 .000 3 5 .600 3 6 9 5.8 0 0 1 2 0 1 23 18.0 NORTHWESTERN 03/27/19 * 39 6 21 .286 4 11 .364 1 1 1.000 0 4 4 5.8 2 0 1 0 0 1 17 18.0 Totals 32 1183 197 519 .380 78 206 .379 103 124 .831 33 151 184 5.8 48 0 55 52 1 52 575 18.0

2016-17 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 11/12/16 * 26 7 13 .538 3 7 .429 0 0 .000 0 3 3 3.0 0 0 2 1 0 1 17 17.0 HOWARD 11/15/16 * 29 7 14 .500 3 9 .333 10 10 1.000 1 3 4 3.5 3 0 2 1 2 3 27 22.0 COPPIN STATE 11/19/16 * 33 6 17 .353 1 7 .143 6 6 1.000 1 2 3 3.3 2 0 2 2 0 3 19 21.0 vs North Carolina A&T 11/22/16 * 35 9 15 .600 1 2 .500 9 9 1.000 0 2 2 3.0 2 0 3 0 0 2 28 22.8 vs East Carolina 11/23/16 * 34 7 13 .538 0 1 .000 2 2 1.000 0 6 6 3.6 4 0 2 1 0 2 16 21.4 vs Auburn 11/24/16 * 39 5 14 .357 3 6 .500 3 4 .750 0 2 2 3.3 2 0 1 2 1 2 16 20.5 HIGH POINT 11/27/16 * 33 10 20 .500 1 6 .167 0 1 .000 0 3 3 3.3 2 0 4 1 1 4 21 20.6 MOREHEAD STATE 11/30/16 * 33 7 23 .304 2 8 .250 1 1 1.000 1 5 6 3.6 1 0 1 2 1 0 17 20.1 OLE MISS 12/04/16 * 39 3 9 .333 1 4 .250 3 6 .500 1 4 5 3.8 3 0 1 4 0 1 10 19.0 USC UPSTATE 12/10/16 * 31 5 12 .417 3 6 .500 1 4 .250 1 4 5 3.9 0 0 3 1 0 2 14 18.5 LONGWOOD 12/17/16 * 28 9 18 .500 3 8 .375 0 0 .000 1 5 6 4.1 1 0 7 1 0 1 21 18.7 MOUNT ST. MARY’S 12/21/16 * 31 7 17 .412 0 6 .000 2 4 .500 0 4 4 4.1 1 0 2 0 1 1 16 18.5 at TCU 12/29/16 * 40 7 17 .412 3 10 .300 4 6 .667 0 4 4 4.1 2 0 5 0 1 6 21 18.7 at Kansas State 01/01/17 * 38 5 12 .417 3 9 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 0 3.8 1 0 6 2 0 3 14 18.4 BAYLOR 01/04/17 * 36 2 14 .143 2 3 .667 5 6 .833 0 2 2 3.7 0 0 2 1 0 2 11 17.9 OKLAHOMA 01/08/17 * 40 6 13 .462 4 7 .571 2 2 1.000 0 11 11 4.1 0 0 4 6 1 2 18 17.9

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2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA 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 12/02/15 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 12/06/15 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 01/03/16 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 01/06/16 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 01/09/16 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 01/12/16 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 01/16/16 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 01/24/16 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 01/27/16 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 01/30/16 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 02/02/16 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 02/06/16 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 02/10/16 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 02/13/16 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 02/17/16 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 02/21/16 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 02/24/16 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 02/27/16 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 03/01/16 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 03/05/16 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 03/06/16 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 03/18/16 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 03/20/16 29 7 12 .583 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 2 6 8 3.2 4 0 1 2 0 0 16 10.3 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 STATISTICAL TOTALS Year 2018-19 TOTAL

GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 26 19 762 29.3 49 148 .331 18 66 .273 67 84 .798 24 68 92 3.5 26 19 762 29.3 49 148 .331 18 66 .273 67 84 .798 24 68 92 3.5

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 54 2 58 45 2 36 183 7.0 54 2 58 45 2 36 183 7.0

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GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 18 14 556 30.9 36 109 .330 15 50 .300 48 63 .762 21 47 68 3.8 18 14 556 30.9 36 109 .330 15 50 .300 48 63 .762 21 47 68 3.8

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 44 2 43 33 2 25 135 7.5 44 2 43 33 2 25 135 7.5


5-9 • SENIOR • GUARD • KERNERSVILLE, N.C./ FOREST TRAIL ACADEMY (NC STATE) 2018-19 (JUNIOR) – AT WEST VIRGINIA ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■

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Appeared in 20 games for the Wolfpack, averaging 10.0 minutes, 2.2 points, 1.3 assists, and 1.0 rebounds per contest Finished the season with a 26-16 (1.62) assist to turnover ratio Made her career debut and played a seasonhigh 23 minutes in the Wolfpack’s seasonopening win over Wofford (Nov. 12) Scored a season-high nine points in NC State’s win over College of Charleston (Nov. 19) Hit at least one 3-pointer in seven games Dished out a season-high seven assists in a win over NC Central (Dec. 14) Swiped three steals on two occasions (wins over Wofford on Nov. 12 and at South Alabama on Dec. 19) Recorded a block in a win over North Florida (Dec. 4)

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Real name is Kiana Daughter of Janese and Delaney Rudd Born Dec. 3 Father played collegiately for Wake Forest and professionally for the Utah Jazz and Portland Trail Blazers Major is multidisciplinary studies Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2017-18 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg COPPIN STATE 11/06/18 DNP NJIT 11/11/18 DNP BRYANT 11/15/18 DNP vs Iowa 11/23/18 DNP vs Eastern Kentucky 11/24/18 DNP MISSOURI 12/02/18 DNP at Pitt 12/08/18 DNP EASTERN KENTUCKY 12/15/18 27 2 5 .400 2 4 .500 2 2 1.000 0 3 3 3.0 1 0 2 1 0 2 8 8.0 MORGAN STATE 12/18/18 21 2 8 .250 0 3 .000 5 6 .833 1 0 1 2.0 1 0 0 1 0 1 9 8.5 TOWSON 12/20/18 29 2 5 .400 0 2 .000 8 8 1.000 1 3 4 2.7 1 0 5 2 0 3 12 9.7 NIAGARA 12/29/18 * 23 2 6 .333 1 4 .250 1 2 .500 0 4 4 3.0 2 0 4 3 0 2 6 8.8 at TCU 01/02/19 25 2 6 .333 1 2 .500 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 2.8 1 0 2 2 0 1 7 8.4 TEXAS 01/06/19 23 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 4 4 1.000 0 0 0 2.3 1 0 0 2 1 0 4 7.7 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/09/19 25 2 6 .333 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 0 1 1 2.1 1 0 1 1 0 1 5 7.3 at Oklahoma 01/13/19 * 38 3 11 .273 0 5 .000 6 8 .750 6 1 7 2.8 1 0 4 3 1 4 12 7.9 IOWA STATE 01/16/19 * 37 4 8 .500 3 7 .429 11 13 .846 0 3 3 2.8 1 0 0 3 0 3 22 9.4 at Baylor 01/20/19 * 36 2 7 .286 1 5 .200 2 3 .667 0 4 4 2.9 3 0 2 1 0 0 7 9.2 TEXAS TECH 01/23/19 * 39 2 7 .286 2 4 .500 8 8 1.000 3 2 5 3.1 2 0 2 1 0 2 14 9.6 KANSAS STATE 01/26/19 * 39 4 7 .571 2 4 .500 2 2 1.000 2 6 8 3.5 1 0 2 0 0 0 12 9.8 at Texas 01/28/19 * 37 0 6 .000 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 1 6 7 3.8 2 0 3 4 0 2 0 9.1 KANSAS 02/03/19 * 34 4 8 .500 2 4 .500 3 4 .750 1 5 6 3.9 4 0 2 1 0 2 13 9.4 at Iowa State 02/09/19 * 19 3 5 .600 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 2 0 2 3.8 4 0 2 2 0 1 8 9.3 at Texas Tech 02/13/19 * 25 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 3.8 5 1 4 4 0 1 0 8.7 TCU 02/16/19 * 38 4 6 .667 1 2 .500 4 5 .800 2 3 5 3.8 3 0 3 2 0 1 13 8.9 at Oklahoma St. 02/20/19 * 38 1 9 .111 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 1 5 6 3.9 3 0 5 1 0 4 2 8.6 OKLAHOMA 02/23/19 * 27 3 9 .333 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 1 1 2 3.8 1 0 1 1 0 1 7 8.5 at Kansas State 02/27/19 * 25 0 5 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 3.8 4 0 4 1 0 0 0 8.1 at Kansas 03/02/19 * 33 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 3 6 .500 0 4 4 3.8 2 0 5 4 0 1 6 8.0 BAYLOR 03/04/19 18 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 3.6 5 1 1 0 0 1 3 7.7 vs Kansas State 03/09/19 * 20 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 3.5 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 7.5 RIDER 03/21/19 * 31 1 5 .200 0 1 .000 2 2 1.000 0 5 5 3.6 2 0 1 0 0 1 4 7.3 VILLANOVA 03/24/19 * 29 1 5 .200 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 3 3.6 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 7.1 NORTHWESTERN 03/27/19 * 26 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 1 1 1.000 1 2 3 3.5 2 0 0 3 0 1 5 7.0 Totals 19 762 49 148 .331 18 66 .273 67 84 .798 24 68 92 3.5 54 2 58 45 2 36 183 7.0

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5-9 • R-JUNIOR • GUARD • BENTON HARBOR, MICH./BENTON HARBOR HS (MICHIGAN) 2018-19 (R-SOPHOMORE) ■■

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2019 Junkanoo Jam Bimini Division All-Tournament Team Played in five games with four starts in her first season on the court for the Mountaineers Averaged 13.2 points and 4.0 assists per game Made her WVU debut against Bryant (Nov. 15), scoring 16 points and dishing out five assists Had six steals and a season-best 22 points against Iowa (Nov. 23) at Junkanoo Jam in the Bahamas Put up 17 points with six assists in a win over Eastern Kentucky (Nov. 24) at Junkanoo Jam Scored 11 points with eight assists in a win at Pitt (Dec. 8) Missed the remainder of the season due to personal reasons

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2018-19 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg COPPIN STATE 11/06/18 DNP NJIT 11/11/18 DNP BRYANT 11/15/18 28 6 11 .545 0 2 .000 4 6 .667 2 2 4 4.0 2 0 5 3 0 2 16 16.0 vs Iowa 11/23/18 * 40 8 17 .471 3 8 .375 3 6 .500 0 3 3 3.5 2 0 0 4 0 6 22 19.0 vs Eastern Kentucky 11/24/18 * 31 5 15 .333 1 7 .143 6 9 .667 1 2 3 3.3 0 0 6 2 0 3 17 18.3 MISSOURI 12/02/18 * 21 0 4 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 2.8 1 0 1 3 1 0 0 13.8 at Pitt 12/08/18 * 36 3 12 .250 2 7 .286 3 4 .750 0 6 6 3.4 1 0 8 4 0 1 11 13.2 EASTERN KENTUCKY 12/15/18 DNP MORGAN STATE 12/18/18 DNP TOWSON 12/20/18 DNP NIAGARA 12/29/18 DNP at TCU 01/02/19 DNP TEXAS 01/06/19 DNP OKLAHOMA STATE 01/09/19 DNP at Oklahoma 01/13/19 DNP IOWA STATE 01/16/19 DNP at Baylor 01/20/19 DNP TEXAS TECH 01/23/19 DNP KANSAS STATE 01/26/19 DNP at Texas 01/28/19 DNP KANSAS 02/03/19 DNP at Iowa State 02/09/19 DNP at Texas Tech 02/13/19 DNP TCU 02/16/19 DNP OKLAHOMA 02/23/19 DNP at Kansas State 02/27/19 DNP at Kansas 03/02/19 DNP BAYLOR 03/04/19 DNP vs Kansas State 03/09/19 DNP RIDER 03/21/19 DNP VILLANOVA 03/24/19 DNP NORTHWESTERN 03/27/19 DNP Totals 4 156 22 59 .373 6 26 .231 16 25 .640 4 13 17 3.4 6 0 20 16 1 12 66 13.2

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Games played: 33 Minutes/game: 21.7 Points/game: 9.7 FG Pct: 51.6 FT Pct: 63.7 Rebounds/game: 7.0 Assists/game: 0.4 Turnovers/game: 1.9 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.2 Steals/game: 0.6 Blocks/game: 1.2

CAREER STATISTICAL TOTALS Year 2018-19 TOTAL

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 33 5 715 21.7 99 192 .516 0 0 .000 121 190 .637 96 135 231 7.0 119 6 12 62 40 20 319 9.7 33 5 715 21.7 99 192 .516 0 0 .000 121 190 .637 96 135 231 7.0 119 6 12 62 40 20 319 9.7

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GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 18 0 388 21.6 42 99 .424 0 0 .000 54 89 .607 44 71 115 6.4 18 0 388 21.6 42 99 .424 0 0 .000 54 89 .607 44 71 115 6.4

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 67 5 4 38 29 12 138 7.7 67 5 4 38 29 12 138 7.7


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2018-19 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg COPPIN STATE 11/06/18 16 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 1 5 6 6.0 3 0 2 1 1 0 5 5.0 NJIT 11/11/18 23 6 8 .750 0 0 .000 5 7 .714 6 1 7 6.5 4 0 1 2 0 1 17 11.0 BRYANT 11/15/18 24 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 4 6 .667 4 4 8 7.0 3 0 1 0 2 1 8 10.0 vs Iowa 11/23/18 11 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 5 5 1.000 3 1 4 6.3 5 1 0 0 0 0 11 10.3 vs Eastern Kentucky 11/24/18 19 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 3 4 5.8 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 8.8 MISSOURI 12/02/18 * 21 2 2 1.000 0 0 .000 6 10 .600 2 3 5 5.7 4 0 0 2 0 0 10 9.0 at Pitt 12/08/18 * 16 4 6 .667 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 6 1 7 5.9 4 0 0 2 0 0 9 9.0 EASTERN KENTUCKY 12/15/18 29 8 11 .727 0 0 .000 2 5 .400 1 11 12 6.6 3 0 0 2 4 1 18 10.1 MORGAN STATE 12/18/18 16 3 3 1.000 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 1 2 3 6.2 4 0 2 1 0 1 7 9.8 TOWSON 12/20/18 21 4 6 .667 0 0 .000 11 14 .786 1 5 6 6.2 4 0 0 2 0 1 19 10.7 NIAGARA 12/29/18 25 5 10 .500 0 0 .000 4 6 .667 6 8 14 6.9 2 0 1 2 1 1 14 11.0 at TCU 01/02/19 9 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 1 2 6.5 5 1 0 4 0 1 1 10.2 TEXAS 01/06/19 26 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 2 3 .667 1 4 5 6.4 3 0 0 1 1 0 4 9.7 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/09/19 27 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 5 6 .833 4 8 12 6.8 3 0 1 2 3 1 11 9.8 at Oklahoma 01/13/19 24 4 13 .308 0 0 .000 2 6 .333 5 4 9 6.9 5 1 0 1 1 1 10 9.8 IOWA STATE 01/16/19 16 2 3 .667 0 0 .000 5 7 .714 1 3 4 6.8 4 0 0 2 3 2 9 9.8 at Baylor 01/20/19 17 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 2 3 6.5 5 1 0 4 0 1 1 9.2 TEXAS TECH 01/23/19 33 4 11 .364 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 8 8 6.6 3 0 1 1 3 1 9 9.2 KANSAS STATE 01/26/19 22 3 7 .429 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 3 3 6 6.6 3 0 0 4 1 1 8 9.2 at Texas 01/28/19 27 4 9 .444 0 0 .000 2 5 .400 2 3 5 6.5 5 1 0 0 2 0 10 9.2 KANSAS 02/03/19 15 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 3 0 3 6.3 3 0 0 0 1 1 7 9.1 at Iowa State 02/09/19 27 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 1 7 8 6.4 4 0 0 2 3 0 4 8.9 at Texas Tech 02/13/19 10 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 5 5 6.3 5 1 0 1 1 0 4 8.7 TCU 02/16/19 20 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 4 8 .500 7 5 12 6.6 4 0 0 0 1 3 6 8.5 at Oklahoma St. 02/20/19 25 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 4 6 .667 4 8 12 6.8 3 0 0 8 1 0 6 8.4 OKLAHOMA 02/23/19 28 4 7 .571 0 0 .000 6 11 .545 4 3 7 6.8 4 0 2 1 3 0 14 8.7 at Kansas State 02/27/19 12 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 6 7 .857 3 1 4 6.7 4 0 0 1 0 0 10 8.7 at Kansas 03/02/19 20 5 6 .833 0 0 .000 1 3 .333 2 5 7 6.7 0 0 0 1 3 0 11 8.8 BAYLOR 03/04/19 30 4 10 .400 0 0 .000 5 9 .556 2 1 3 6.6 4 0 0 5 2 0 13 8.9 vs Kansas State 03/09/19 11 3 6 .500 0 0 .000 7 10 .700 2 3 5 6.5 4 0 0 2 0 1 13 9.1 RIDER 03/21/19 * 19 7 9 .778 0 0 .000 6 12 .500 8 5 13 6.7 4 0 0 3 0 0 20 9.4 VILLANOVA 03/24/19 * 38 3 9 .333 0 0 .000 7 8 .875 5 11 16 7.0 2 0 0 1 1 0 13 9.5 NORTHWESTERN 03/27/19 * 38 5 10 .500 0 0 .000 4 6 .667 5 1 6 7.0 2 0 1 4 2 0 14 9.7 Totals 5 715 99 192 .516 0 0 .000 121 190 .637 96 135 231 7.0 119 6 12 62 40 20 319 9.7

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Games played: 33 Minutes/game: 31.2 Points/game: 7.3 FG Pct: 36.7 3FG Pct: 32.7 FT Pct: 62.7

Rebounds/game: 2.4 Assists/game: 4.1 Turnovers/game: 3.0 Assist/turnover ratio: 1.4 GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg Steals/game: 1.5 33 29 1030 31.2 81 221 .367 33 101 .327 47 75 .627 15 64 79 2.4 Blocks/game: 0.1 33 29 1030 31.2 81 221 .367 33 101 .327 47 75 .627 15 64 79 2.4

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PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 74 2 134 99 2 48 242 7.3 74 2 134 99 2 48 242 7.3

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GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 18 18 604 33.6 50 131 .382 23 66 .348 31 47 .660 8 32 40 2.2 18 18 604 33.6 50 131 .382 23 66 .348 31 47 .660 8 32 40 2.2

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Daughter of Marsha Bailey and Chris Smith Birthday is July 30 Major is sport management Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2018-19 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date GS Min FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg COPPIN STATE 11/06/18 * 19 2 6 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 1 3 4 4.0 5 1 0 2 0 1 5 5.0 NJIT 11/11/18 * 37 2 8 .250 0 2 .000 2 4 .500 1 4 5 4.5 1 0 6 2 0 1 6 5.5 BRYANT 11/15/18 * 32 3 6 .500 0 1 .000 3 4 .750 0 1 1 3.3 0 0 6 1 0 5 9 6.7 vs Iowa 11/23/18 24 5 6 .833 3 3 1.000 0 1 .000 0 2 2 3.0 2 0 1 1 0 0 13 8.3 vs Eastern Kentucky 11/24/18 29 4 6 .667 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 2 3 5 3.4 0 0 3 0 0 1 11 8.8 MISSOURI 12/02/18 30 1 5 .200 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 1 1 3.0 1 0 4 1 0 0 4 8.0 at Pitt 12/08/18 20 1 4 .250 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.6 2 0 3 2 0 2 2 7.1 EASTERN KENTUCKY 12/15/18 * 30 4 7 .571 2 3 .667 0 1 .000 1 1 2 2.5 3 0 6 6 0 2 10 7.5 MORGAN STATE 12/18/18 * 34 3 7 .429 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.3 2 0 6 4 0 1 6 7.3 TOWSON 12/20/18 * 15 2 4 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.1 1 0 0 2 0 1 4 7.0 NIAGARA 12/29/18 * 29 3 9 .333 0 4 .000 2 2 1.000 0 6 6 2.5 3 0 3 3 1 2 8 7.1 at TCU 01/02/19 * 17 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2.3 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 6.5 TEXAS 01/06/19 * 19 3 7 .429 1 2 .500 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 2.2 3 0 2 3 0 2 9 6.7 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/09/19 * 24 1 4 .250 0 2 .000 5 6 .833 1 1 2 2.1 2 0 3 4 0 0 7 6.7 at Oklahoma 01/13/19 * 37 2 9 .222 1 6 .167 4 4 1.000 1 2 3 2.2 4 0 6 6 0 1 9 6.9 IOWA STATE 01/16/19 * 32 1 6 .167 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 0 1 1 2.1 2 0 7 1 0 2 3 6.6 at Baylor 01/20/19 * 40 4 10 .400 0 3 .000 3 6 .500 0 3 3 2.2 1 0 5 3 0 2 11 6.9 TEXAS TECH 01/23/19 * 36 1 9 .111 1 5 .200 2 4 .500 1 2 3 2.2 3 0 2 5 1 4 5 6.8 KANSAS STATE 01/26/19 * 38 2 6 .333 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 1 3 4 2.3 3 0 4 3 0 1 7 6.8 at Texas 01/28/19 * 35 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 1 2 .500 0 1 1 2.3 3 0 6 1 0 0 4 6.7 KANSAS 02/03/19 * 40 2 5 .400 1 2 .500 2 5 .400 0 4 4 2.3 2 0 6 6 0 2 7 6.7 at Iowa State 02/09/19 * 40 9 18 .500 5 10 .500 1 3 .333 0 2 2 2.3 1 0 4 4 0 0 24 7.5 at Texas Tech 02/13/19 * 40 8 14 .571 2 4 .500 2 3 .667 2 3 5 2.4 0 0 4 5 0 5 20 8.0 TCU 02/16/19 * 39 6 9 .667 3 5 .600 2 2 1.000 0 1 1 2.4 4 0 8 10 0 0 17 8.4 at Oklahoma St. 02/20/19 * 39 4 9 .444 3 5 .600 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.4 1 0 5 1 0 2 11 8.5 OKLAHOMA 02/23/19 * 40 1 9 .111 1 5 .200 2 2 1.000 1 4 5 2.5 4 0 7 1 0 2 5 8.3 at Kansas State 02/27/19 * 36 3 8 .375 2 4 .500 1 2 .500 0 1 1 2.4 3 0 4 2 0 3 9 8.4 at Kansas 03/02/19 * 12 2 2 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 2.3 4 0 1 3 0 0 5 8.3 BAYLOR 03/04/19 * 40 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 1 1 2 2.3 4 0 6 2 0 1 1 8.0 vs Kansas State 03/09/19 * 33 1 4 .250 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 1 5 6 2.4 2 0 2 7 0 2 3 7.8 RIDER 03/21/19 * 30 0 6 .000 0 3 .000 4 6 .667 0 3 3 2.5 0 0 5 3 0 0 4 7.7 VILLANOVA 03/24/19 * 33 0 6 .000 0 1 .000 1 4 .250 0 1 1 2.4 1 0 2 1 0 3 1 7.5 NORTHWESTERN 03/27/19 * 31 0 6 .000 0 4 .000 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 2.4 5 1 4 2 0 0 2 7.3 Totals 29 1030 81 221 .367 33 101 .327 47 75 .627 15 64 79 2.4 74 2 134 99 2 48 242 7.3

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6-5 • JUNIOR • CENTER • EBONYI, NIGERIA • PATERSON EAST HS (CHIPOLA) 2018-19 – AT CHIPOLA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ■■ ■■ ■■

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2019-20 notebook West Virginia University women’s basketball returned to the court on Monday, Sept. 30, for their first official practice of the 2019-20 season. Coach Mike Carey returns six veterans from last year’s squad, while adding six newcomers into the mix. (The team remains without redshirt senior Tynice Martin, who is suspended indefinitely.) VETERANS LEAD Senior guard Lucky Rudd, who bears the “C” this season, leads the way for the Mountaineers in 2019-20. Rudd worked her way into the starting lineup last year after transferring from NC State in January 2018. Guard Kysre Gondrezick returns for her junior season. She averaged just over 13 points in five games last season, earning Junkanoo Jam Bimini Division All-Tournament Team before missing the rest of the season. SOPHOMORE STARS After a pair of stellar freshman seasons, sophomores Madisen Smith and Kari Niblack look to pick up more hardware in the 2019-20 season. Smith took on the point guard responsibilities as a freshman last year and averaged 7.3

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points and 4.1 assists per game to earn Big 12 All-Rookie Team honors. Niblack came off the bench for the Mountaineers and provided a spark for her team on both ends of the floor. The versatile forward finished the year averaging 9.7 points and 7.0 rebounds per game on her way to earning Big 12 Sixth Man of the Year. FRESH FACES ON THE FLOOR Carey welcomed plenty of newcomers into the Mountaineer program this summer. Freshman guard Kirsten Deans came to Morgantown by way of Greensboro, North Carolina, ranked as the No. 51 player in her recruiting class. West Virginia also welcomes freshman forward Esmery Martinez to the squad. The Dominican Republic native comes to the Mountaineers from national powerhouse Hamilton

Heights Christian Academy in Tennessee. A number of junior college transfers will also wear the Gold and Blue this season, including a pair of highly touted recruits from Trinity Valley Community College. Redshirt sophomore center Jada Wright and junior guard Arleighshya McElroy follow former Mountaineer Naomi Davenport’s footsteps by making the transition from Texas to Morgantown. West Virginia also brings in two players that shared the floor at Chipola Community College. Junior center Blessing Ejiofor and junior guard Dekeriya Patterson add more depth to the WVU roster for the 2019-20 season. Redshirt freshman center Rochelle Norris may not be a true fresh face but will also make her debut for WVU after missing last season with a knee injury. Penn State transfer De’Janae Boykin also sat out the 2019-20 season due


to NCAA rules, but her debut is expected to be delayed as she awaits ankle surgery. … AND THE SIDELINE Carey made several staff changes in the offseason, welcome Bett Shelby as the associate head coach, Meghan Bielich as the director of basketball operations and Bryce Fordyce as the video coordinator. Craig Carey was elevated from video coordinator to assistant coach, while assistant coach Christal Caldwell and assistant director of basketball operations Ayana Dunning return to their alma mater for the third season. NONCONFERENCE SCHEDULE The Mountaineers open the 2019 season with a strong nonconference schedule that features teams from the Big East, SEC, Big 10 and the

ACC. After four games in-state, West Virginia heads out of the country to face Creighton and New Mexico in the Cancun Challenge. The Blue Jays competed in a tough Big East Conference last season, while the Lobos posted a 24-7 record on their way to a WNIT appearance. Following the trip to Mexico, the Mountaineers face off with Mississippi State in the Big 12/ SEC Challenge. The Bulldogs finished with a 33-3 record last season that included a run to the Elite 8 in the NCAA Tournament. West Virginia another trip down south just before Christmas to play against a pair of Power 5 opponents. The team will face Michigan State and Syracuse in the 2019 Florida Sunshine Classic in Orlando, Florida. Both teams posted 20-plus win seasons and fell in the second round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament.

AHEAD OF THE CURVE West Virginia got a jump on the season this summer as the team was allowed to practice ahead of its European tour. Four of the newcomers joined six veterans in Italy and Greece from Aug. 4-15. The Mountaineers visited the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps and the Vatican in Rome as they took on the Dutch National Team. They took a pizza making class and held practice in Sorrento before heading to Athens. While in Greece, WVU visited the Plaka, hiked the Acropolis and went to the beach in addition to facing the Greek National Team at the Olympic arena.

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2018-19 OUTLOOK

SALEM Oct.29 • Morgantown, W. Va. • WVU Coliseum Nickname: Tigers Location: Harrison County (Salem), W. Va. Enrollment: 835 Conference: Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Head Coach: Cody Gilmore 2018-19 season: 8-19

First Meeting: 1974 (SU 49, WVU 36) Most Recent Meeting: 1987 (WVU 95, SU 68) Website: salemtigers.com Twitter: @SU_WBBHoops SID: Davis Shulimson, 304-326-1299, david.shulimson@salemu.edu

SAINT FRANCIS Nov. 7 • Morgantown, W. Va. • WVU Coliseum Nickname: Red Flash Location: Loretto, Pa. Enrollment: 2,117 Conference: Northeast Head Coach: Keila Whittington 2018-19 season: 16-17

First Meeting: 2005 (WVU 74, SFU 68) Most Recent Meeting: 2014 (WVU 101, SFU 46) Website: sfuathletics.com Twitter: @RedFlashWBB SID: David Halstead, 814-472-3196, dhalstead@francis.edu

PRESBYTERIAN Nov. 10 • Morgantown, W. Va. • WVU Coliseum Nickname: Blue Hose Location: Clinton, S.C. Enrollment: 1,016 Conference: Big South Head Coach: Alaura Sharp 2018-19 season: 7-24

First Meeting: 2007 (WVU 93, PC 26) Most Recent Meeting: 2007 (Same) Website: gobluehose.com Twitter: @bluehosewbb SID: Thad Palmer, 864-833-7118, jtpalmer@presby.edu

RADFORD Nov. 17 • Beckley, W. Va. • Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center Nickname: Highlanders Location: Radford, Va. Enrollment: 9,401 Conference: Big South Head Coach: Mike McGuire 2018-19 season: 26-7

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First Meeting: 2009 (WVU 64, RU 28) Most Recent Meeting: 2017 (WVU 75, RU 55) Website: radfordathletics.com Twitter: @Radford_WBB SID: Kiernan Intemann, 540-8315211, kintemann@radford.edu


COPPIN STATE Nov. 21 • Morgantown, W. Va. • WVU Coliseum Nickname: Lady Eagles Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 2,893 Conference: MEAC Head Coach: DeWayne Burroughs 2018-19 season: 5-25

First Meeting: 2013 (WVU 88, CSU 56) Most Recent Meeting: 2018 (WVU 78, CSU 37) Website: coppinstatesports.com Twitter: @Coppin_WBBall SID: Steven Kramer, 410-951-3729, skramer@coppin.edu

CREIGHTON Nov. 28 (Cancun Challenge) • Cancun, Mexico • Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya Nickname: Bluejays Location: Omaha, Neb. Enrollment: 8,654 Conference: Big East Head Coach: Jim Flanery

2018-19 season: 15-16 First Meeting Website: gocreighton.com Twitter: @CreightonWBB SID: Glen Sisk, 402-280-5801, glensisk@creighton.edu

NEW MEXICO Nov. 29 (Cancun Challenge) • Cancun, Mexico • Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya Nickname: Lobos Location: Albuquerque, N.M. Enrollment: 27,353 Conference: Mountain West Head Coach: Mike Bradbury 2018-19 season: 24-7

First Meeting: 1982 (WVU 71, UNM 56) Most Recent Meeting: 2008 (WVU 61, UNM 60) Website: golobos.com Twitter: @UNMLoboWBB SID: Daniel Gallegos, 501-422-2930, dmgallegos@unm.edu

MISSISSIPPI STATE Dec. 8 (Big 12/SEC Challenge) • Starkville, Miss. • Humphrey Coliseum Nickname: Bulldogs Location: Starkville, Miss. Enrollment: 21,622 Conference: SEC Head Coach: Vic Schaefer 2018-19 season: 33-3

First Meeting: 2014 (MSU 74, WVU 61) Most Recent Meeting: Same Website: hailstate.com Twitter: @HailStateWBK SID: Josh Lively, 662-325-7556, jlively@athletics.msstate.edu

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NORFOLK STATE Dec. 15 • Charleston, W. Va. • Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center Nickname: Spartans Location: Norfolk, Va. Enrollment: 5,305 Conference: MEAC Head Coach: Larry Vickers

2018-19 season: 17-15 First Meeting Website: nsuspartans.com Twitter: @NorfolkStateWBB SID: Matt Michalec, 757-8232628, mmichalec@nsu.edu

MICHIGAN STATE Dec. 21 (Florida Sunshine Classic) • Orlando, Fla. • Harold & Ted Alfond Sports Center Nickname: Spartans Location: East Lansing, Mich Enrollment: 50,344 Conference: Big 10 Head Coach: Suzy Merchant

2018-19 season: 21-12 First Meeting Website: msuspartans.com Twitter: @MSU_WBaskeball SID: Kara Fisher, 517-355-2271, kfisher@ath.msu.edu

SYRACUSE Dec. 22 • Orlando, Fla. • Harold & Ted Alfond Sports Center Nickname: Orange Location: Syracuse, N.Y. Enrollment: 22,484 Conference: ACC Head Coach: Quentin Hillsman 2018-19 season: 25-9

First Meeting: 1996 (WVU 86, SU 68) Most Recent Meeting: 2012 (WVU 63, SU 48) Website: cuse.com Twitter: @CuseWBB SID: Olivia Corio, 315-443-2608, oacorio@syr.edu

CORNELL Dec. 31 • Morgantown, W. Va. • WVU Coliseum Nickname: Big Red Location: Ithaca, N.Y. Enrollment: 21,904 Conference: Ivy League Head Coach: Dayna Smith 2018-19 season: 12-14

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First Meeting: 2008 (WVU 93, CU 52) Most Recent Meeting: Same Website: cornellbigred.com Twitter: @cornellwbball SID: Lauren Simpson, TBD, ls955@cornell.edu


TEXAS Jan. 12 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. Feb. 17 • Frank Erwin Center • Austin, Texas Nickname: Longhorns Location: Austin, Texas Enrollment: 50,950 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Karen Aston

2018-19 season: 23-10/12-6 (4th in Big 12) Website: texassports.com Twitter: @TexasWBB SID: Sean Cartell, 512-471-6039

TEXAS TECH Feb. 15 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. March 4 • United Supermarkets Arena • Lubbock, Texas Nickname: Lady Raiders Location: Lubbock, Texas Enrollment: 36,551 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Marlene Stollings

2018-19 season: 14-17/4-14 (8th in Big 12) Website: texastech.com Twitter: @LadyRaiderWBB SID: Harry Endicott, TBD, Harry.Endicott@ttu.edu

TCU Jan. 26 • Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena • Fort Worth, Texas March 7 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. Nickname: Horned Frogs Location: Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment: 10,489 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Raegan Pebley

2018-19 season: 24-11/10-8 (5th in Big 12) Website: gofrogs.com Twitter: @TCUWbasketball SID: Dameon Myres, 817-2575367, d.myres@tcu.edu

BAYLOR Jan. 18 • Ferrell Center • Waco, Texas Feb 24 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. Nickname: Lady Bears Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 16,787 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Kim Mulkey

2018-19 season: 37-1/18-0 (1st in Big 12) Website: baylorbears.com Twitter: @BaylorWBB SID: Kyle Robarts, 254-710-3042, Kyle_Robarts@baylor.edu

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KANSAS Jan. 8 • Allen Fieldhouse • Lawrence, Kan. Feb. 22 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. Nickname: Jayhawks Location: Lawrence, Kan. Enrollment: 28,447 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Brandon Schneider

2018-19 season: 13-18/2-16 (10th in Big 12) Website: kuathletics.com Twitter: @KUWBball SID:

KANSAS STATE Jan. 5 • Bramlage Coliseum • Manhattan, Kan. Feb. 11 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. Nickname: Wildcats Location: Manhattan, Kan. Enrollment: 24,766 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Jeff Mittie

2018-19 season: 21-12/11-7 (T-4th in Big 12) Website: kstatesports.com Twitter: @KStateWBB SID: Randy Peterson, 785-532-7975, rpeterson@kstatesports.com

IOWA STATE Feb. 2 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. Feb. 29 • Hilton Coliseum • Ames, Iowa Nickname: Cyclones Location: Ames, Iowa Enrollment: 36,321 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Bill Fennelly

2018-19 season: 26-9/13-5 (2nd in Big 12) Website: cyclones.com Twitter: @CycloneWBB SID:

OKLAHOMA Jan. 15 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. Feb. 5 • Lloyd Noble Center • Norman, Okla. Nickname: Sooners Location: Norman, Okla. Enrollment: 31,678 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Sherri Coale

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2018-19 Season: 8-22/4-14 (9th in Big 12) Website: soonersports.com Twitter: @OU_WBBall SID: Ben Coldagelli, 405-325-7014


OKLAHOMA STATE Jan. 22 • WVU Coliseum • Morgantown, W.Va. Feb. 8 • Gallagher-Iba Arena • Stillwater, Okla. Nickname: Cowgirls Location: Stillwater, Okla. Enrollment: 25,594 Conference: Big 12 Head Coach: Jim Littell

2018-19 season: 14-16/5-13 (7th in Big 12) Website: okstate.com Twitter: @OSUWBB SID: Ryan Cameron, 405-744-7714, ryan.cameron@okstate.edu

2020 PHILLIPS 66 BIG 12 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP March 12-15 Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Miss.

2020 NCAA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP April 3-5 Smoothie King Center New Orleans, La.

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SERIES VS. 2019-20 OPPONENTS BAYLOR (3-15) 03/04/19 (H).........................Baylor, 57-63 01/20/19 (A).........................Baylor, 47-79 02/26/18 (A).........................Baylor, 54-80 01/28/18 (H).........................Baylor, 72-83 03/06/17 (N)..............West Virginia, 77-66 01/21/17 (A).........................Baylor, 73-79 01/04/17 (H).........................Baylor, 56-91 01/30/16 (H).........................Baylor, 61-71 01/12/16 (A)......................... Baylor 64-69 02/15/15 (A).........................Baylor, 51-79 01/10/15 (H).........................Baylor, 62-66 03/10/14 (N).........................Baylor, 71-74 03/02/14 (A)..............West Virginia, 71-69 01/08/14 (H).........................Baylor, 62-78 03/02/13 (H).........................Baylor, 49-80 01/19/13 (A).........................Baylor, 58-76 03/22/11 (A).........................Baylor, 68-82 12/07/84 (N)..............West Virginia, 73-67

COPPIN STATE (11-0) 11/06/18 (H)..............West Virginia, 78-37 12/10/17 (H)........... West Virginia, 101-43 11/19/16 (H)..............West Virginia, 69-39 11/16/15 (H)..............West Virginia, 96-64 12/06/14 (H)..............West Virginia, 83-43 12/03/13 (H)..............West Virginia, 88-56 03/19/09 (H)..............West Virginia, 70-40 12/02/06 (H)..............West Virginia, 54-53 12/11/04 (H)..............West Virginia, 67-53 11/30/02 (H)..............West Virginia, 82-53 11/28/99 (N)..............West Virginia, 85-74

01/10/18 (A)..............West Virginia, 74-54 02/27/17 (H)..............West Virginia, 73-54 01/18/17 (A)..............West Virginia, 62-51 01/16/16 (H)..............West Virginia, 72-35 01/03/16 (A)..............West Virginia, 65-45 02/10/15 (H)..............West Virginia, 59-56 01/24/15 (A)....................... Kansas, 59-65 03/04/14 (H)..............West Virginia, 67-60 01/02/14 (A)..............West Virginia, 65-55 02/09/13 (A)..............West Virginia, 72-56 01/05/13 (H)....................... Kansas, 59-60 01/02/94 (H)....................... Kansas, 64-84 12/21/92 (A)..................... Kansas, 64-106

KANSAS STATE (11-5) 03/09/19 (N).............. Kansas State, 59-72 02/27/19 (A).............. Kansas State, 79-90 01/26/19 (H)..............West Virginia, 60-30 02/20/18 (A)..............West Virginia, 75-66 01/03/18 (H).............. Kansas State, 52-60 02/15/17 (H)..............West Virginia, 66-59 01/01/17 (A).............. Kansas State, 71-86 03/05/16 (N)..............West Virginia, 74-65 02/06/16 (H)..............West Virginia, 64-44 01/06/16 (A)..............West Virginia, 72-53 03/03/15 (A).............. Kansas State, 55-59 01/21/15 (H)..............West Virginia, 63-51 02/22/14 (A)..............West Virginia, 61-40 02/08/14 (H)..............West Virginia, 84-44 02/26/13 (H)..............West Virginia, 66-57 01/12/13 (A)..............West Virginia, 66-52

MICHIGAN STATE CORNELL (1-0)

*First Meeting*

11/18/07 (H)..............West Virginia, 93-52

MISSISSIPPI STATE (0-1) CREIGHTON

11/20/14 (A)...................... Miss. St, 61-74

*First Meeting*

NEW MEXICO (2-0) IOWA STATE (10-5) 02/09/19 (A)..................Iowa State, 61-77 01/16/19 (H)..............West Virginia, 73-64 01/20/18 (A)..............West Virginia, 69-59 01/07/18 (H)..............West Virginia, 57-49 02/18/17 (A)..................Iowa State, 53-68 02/04/17 (H)..................Iowa State, 55-80 03/01/16 (A)..............West Virginia, 82-57 02/10/16 (H)..............West Virginia, 57-47 02/21/15 (H)..............West Virginia, 54-52 02/07/15 (A)..................Iowa State, 43-61 01/29/14 (H)..............West Virginia, 67-56 01/15/14 (A)..............West Virginia, 73-59 02/17/13 (A)..............West Virginia, 68-66 01/26/13 (H)..................Iowa State, 49-53 11/27/10 (N)..............West Virginia, 64-53

KANSAS (12-4) 03/02/19 (A)..............West Virginia, 75-61 02/03/19 (H)..............West Virginia, 71-50 02/14/18 (H)..............West Virginia, 76-46

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03/22/08 (A)..............West Virginia, 61-60 01/09/82 (H)..............West Virginia, 71-56

NORFOLK STATE *First Meeting*

OKLAHOMA (9-9) 02/23/19 (H)..................Oklahoma, 68-80 01/13/19 (A)..............West Virginia, 66-55 02/17/18 (H)........... Oklahoma, 77-79 (OT) 02/03/18 (A)..................Oklahoma, 57-76 03/04/17 (N)..............West Virginia, 82-58 02/07/17 (A)......... Oklahoma, 87-90 (2OT) 01/08/17 (H)..............West Virginia, 83-73 02/17/16 (H)..............West Virginia, 63-55 01/27/16 (A)..................Oklahoma, 54-57 03/07/15 (N)..................Oklahoma, 55-67 02/01/15 (H)..............West Virginia, 78-69 01/04/15 (A)..................Oklahoma, 60-71 02/13/14 (A)..............West Virginia, 76-75 01/18/14 (H)..............West Virginia, 77-63

03/09/13 (N)..................Oklahoma, 64-65 02/03/13 (H)..............West Virginia, 82-63 01/02/13 (A)..................Oklahoma, 68-71 11/26/88 (A)..............West Virginia, 83-65

OKLAHOMA STATE (10-7) 02/20/19 (A)..............West Virginia, 77-54 01/09/19 (H)..............West Virginia, 67-58 03/03/18 (N)..............West Virginia, 69-60 02/24/18 (H).........Oklahoma State, 69-79 01/17/18 (A).........Oklahoma State, 73-79 02/25/17 (A).........Oklahoma State, 63-67 02/11/17 (H)............. West Virginia, 79-53 02/27/16 (H)..............West Virginia, 82-48 02/13/16 (A).........Oklahoma State, 63-51 02/18/15 (H).........Oklahoma State, 46-52 01/17/15 (A)..............West Virginia, 61-49 02/19/14 (H)..............West Virginia, 77-45 01/04/14 (A)..............West Virginia, 71-67 02/13/13 (H).........Oklahoma State, 54-64 01/29/13 (A)..............West Virginia, 67-61 12/29/00 (A).........Oklahoma State, 62-95 12/31/99 (H)..............West Virginia, 80-76

PRESBYTERIAN (1-0) 12/15/07 (H)..............West Virginia, 93-26

RADFORD (2-0) 12/16/17 (N)..............West Virginia, 75-55 12/02/09 (H)..............West Virginia, 64-28

SAINT FRANCIS (5-0) 12/29/14 (H)........... West Virginia, 101-46 12/18/10 (H)..............West Virginia, 83-55 11/16/07 (H)..............West Virginia, 81-29 12/30/06 (H)..............West Virginia, 98-60 12/07/04 (H)..............West Virginia, 74-68

SYRACUSE (14-9) 03/03/12 (N)..............West Virginia, 63-48 12/07/11 (A)..............West Virginia, 76-72 01/15/11 (H)..............West Virginia, 70-61 03/01/10 (A).....................Syracuse, 48-67 02/28/09 (H)..............West Virginia, 69-68 03/03/08 (A).....................Syracuse, 51-73 01/31/07 (H)..............West Virginia, 67-49 01/07/06 (A)..............West Virginia, 74-52 01/26/05 (H)..............West Virginia, 81-50 02/07/04 (H)..............West Virginia, 56-36 01/24/04 (A)..............West Virginia, 69-57 02/26/03 (H)..............West Virginia, 77-74 03/02/02 (N).....................Syracuse, 60-80 02/23/02 (A).....................Syracuse, 46-74 02/02/01 (H).....................Syracuse, 54-93 01/29/00 (A)..............West Virginia, 65-63 02/10/99 (A)...................Syracuse, 88-102 01/20/99 (H)..............West Virginia, 76-70 01/17/98 (H).....................Syracuse, 93-99 02/02/97 (H).....................Syracuse, 72-83 01/02/97 (A)..............West Virginia, 93-69

03/02/96 (N).....................Syracuse, 78-95 02/21/96 (A)..............West Virginia, 86-68

TCU (14-3) 02/16/19 (H)..............West Virginia, 79-65 01/02/19 (A)............................ TCU, 48-62 01/13/18 (H)......................TCU, 74-76 (OT) 12/28/17 (A)............................ TCU, 87-82 02/22/17 (H)..............West Virginia, 77-73 12/29/16 (A)..............West Virginia, 83-61 02/24/16 (H)..............West Virginia, 83-72 01/24/16 (A)..............West Virginia, 97-84 02/24/15 (A)............................ TCU, 63-73 02/04/15 (H)..............West Virginia, 76-71 03/08/14 (N)..............West Virginia, 67-59 02/16/14 (H)..............West Virginia, 61-57 02/01/14 (A)..............West Virginia, 66-62 02/23/13 (A)..............West Virginia, 66-56 01/15/13 (H)..............West Virginia, 58-50 11/25/10 (N)..............West Virginia, 62-49 12/09/89 (N)..............West Virginia, 73-61

TEXAS (7-12) 01/28/19 (A)..............West Virginia, 64-58 01/06/19 (H)..........................Texas, 58-70 03/04/18 (N)..........................Texas, 55-68 02/05/18 (H)..........................Texas, 55-73 12/31/17 (A)..........................Texas, 58-79 03/05/17 (N)..............West Virginia, 62-59 01/29/17 (A)..........................Texas, 54-69 01/14/17 (H)..........................Texas, 63-73 03/06/16 (N)..........................Texas, 51-67 02/21/16 (A)..........................Texas, 50-73 12/30/15 (H)..........................Texas, 54-65 03/01/15 (H).......West Virginia, 76-69 (OT) 01/07/15 (A)..........................Texas, 55-61 03/09/14 (N)..............West Virginia, 67-60 01/25/14 (A)..........................Texas, 63-66 01/12/14 (H).......West Virginia, 56-49 (OT) 03/05/13 (A)..........................Texas, 45-58 01/09/13 (H)..............West Virginia, 53-49 03/17/12 (N)..............West Virginia, 68-55

TEXAS TECH (10-5) 02/13/19 (A)..............West Virginia, 75-72 01/23/19 (H)..............West Virginia, 68-65 02/10/18 (A)..............West Virginia, 74-60 01/24/18 (H)..............West Virginia, 82-52 01/25/17 (H)..............West Virginia, 89-79 01/11/17 (A)..................Texas Tech, 66-75 02/02/16 (A)..............West Virginia, 69-42 01/09/16 (H)..............West Virginia, 79-57 03/06/15 (N)..............West Virginia, 59-40 01/28/15 (A)..................Texas Tech, 57-73 01/14/15 (H)..................Texas Tech, 45-55 02/26/14 (H)..............West Virginia, 69-37 01/22/14 (A)..............West Virginia, 70-51 02/06/13 (A)..................Texas Tech, 63-76 01/22/13 (H)..................Texas Tech, 73-77


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Season review Oct. 30, 2018

Redshirt junior guard Tynice Martin makes her long-awaited return to the court in the Mountaineers’ Haunted Hoops exhibition game against West Liberty. Martin missed the 2017-18 season after suffering a foot injury at Team U.S.A. camp in July 2017.

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Nov. 6, 2018

Senior guard/forward Naomi Davenport becomes just the fifth Mountaineer to record a tripledouble, putting up 13 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists in the team’s 78-37 win over Coppin State. It was the first triple-double by a WVU player in more than 30 years.

Nov. 23-24, 2018

West Virginia spends Thanksgiving in Bimini, a small island in the Bahamas where they take part in Junkaoo Jam. The Mountaineers went snorkeling and jet skiing and came out 1-1 after a heartbreaking 84-81 loss to No. 12 Iowa and an 81-39 win over Eastern Kentucky.

Dec. 2, 2018

Senior guard Katrina Pardee uses a 3-pointer to become the 35th Mountaineer to reach 1,000 points in an 68-51 loss to Missouri as part of the SEC/ Big 12 Challenge in Morgantown.

Dec. 15, 2018

WVU makes its annual trek to Charleston, West Virginia, to play in front of fans at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center. The Mountaineers defeat Eastern Kentucky, 78-29.


Jan. 9, 2019

The Mountaineers pick up a loss and a win in the same evening. The squad earns its first Big 12 victory with a 67-58 triumph of Oklahoma State, but Pardee suffers an ankle injury that eventually costs her the next six weeks of the season.

Jan. 16, 2019

Despite the absence of Pardee unranked West Virginia takes a 73-64 victory from No. 18 Iowa State at the WVU Coliseum. Junior guard Lucky Rudd, starting in place of Pardee, leads the way with a career-high 22 points.

Jan. 28, 2019

The Mountaineers travel to the Lone Star state to face No. 12 Texas. Martin scores 27 points to lead WVU to a stunning upset of Texas, marking West Virginia’s firstever win over the Longhorns in Austin.

Feb. 27, 2019

Davenport becomes the 36th 1,000-point scorer for West Virginia in a 90-79 loss at Kansas State. She joins J.D. Drummond as just the second two-year junior college transfer to reach 1,000 points for the Mountaineers.

March 6, 2019

Freshman forward Kari Niblack becomes just the second Mountaineer to be named the Big 12 Sixth Man of the Year. Martin and Davenport earn All-Big 12 First Team accolades, while freshman point guard is named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team.

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West Virginia’s season comes to an end with a 56-54 loss to Northwestern in the third round of the Postseason WNIT. Following the game, Martin announces that she will forgo the WNBA draft and return for her senior season.

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All-Big 12 First Team Honoree Academic All-Big 12 Second Team Preseason All-Big 12 Team Team co-captain Became the program’s 36th 1,000-point scorer against Kansas State (Feb. 28) Just the second junior college transfer in program history behind J.D. Drummonds (1980-81) to reach the 1,000-point plateau Finished her career ranked third all-time in scoring average with 15.9 points per game Also ranks fifth all-time with 7.6 rebounds per game in her career and fourth with a .379 3-point field goal percentage Finished her senior season with 517 points (15.7 ppg), 267 rebounds (8.1 rpg), 86 assists, 21 blocks and 57 steals in 33 games Finished the season ranked ninth in the Big 12 in scoring (15.7 ppg), eighth in rebounding (8.1 rpg), seventh in field goal percentage (.468), eighth in steals per game (1.7) and 10th in minutes per game (34.4) Scored in double figures in 30 of 33 contests, including five games of 20 points or more Ranked fourth in the Big 12 in 3-point field goal percentage, shooting .392 Shot 46.8 percent (203-434) from the field and netted 39.2 percent (49-125) of her three-pointers Recorded eight double-doubles during the season Shot 50 percent or better in 15 games Became the fifth Mountaineer in school history to record a triple-double with 13 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against Coppin State (Nov. 6) It marked just the sixth tripledouble in program history Additionally, her 10 assists against the Eagles were a career-high Matched her career-high of four steals against Bryant (Nov. 15) Tied her career-high with three blocks against Morgan State (Dec. 18) and Niagara (Dec. 29) Contributed season-high 26 points in a road victory against Texas (Jan. 6) Tied a career-high with 15 rebounds and added 16 points for a double-double against K-State, helping the Mountaineers hold the Wildcats to just 30 points (Jan. 26) Scored 15 points and hauled down 10 rebounds for a double-double against TCU (Feb. 16) Made a season-best 10 field goals at Oklahoma (Feb. 20) Drained a season-high four 3-pointers

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Originally signed an NLI with Michigan for the 2015 class Listed as the No. 3 forward in her class by Prospects Nation Tabbed the 18th best player in her position and 76th overall by ESPN HoopGurlz in 2015 McDonald’s All-American Game nominee in 2015 A prep standout at Mount Notre Dame in Cincinnati, Davenport was named a twotime Girls Greater Catholic League (GCL) Player of the Year in 2014 and 2015 Tabbed a three-time All-GGCL First Team selection Averaged 17.4 points, 8.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists for the Cougars in the regular season during her senior campaign, guiding the Cougars (24-3) to the Division I regional runner-up finish Named to the Associated Press Division I All-Ohio Third Team in 2015 As a junior at Mount Notre Dame, she averaged 18.9 points, 12.2 rebounds, 3.5 steals, 2.9 assists and 1.1 blocks per game as MND went 17-7 Selected to the All-Ohio Division I second team following her junior season Played AAU basketball for the Cincinnati Angels, which won a national title during her tenure

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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 37 37 1200 32.4 226 507 .446 61 165 .370 84 123 .683 75 189 264 7.1 96 3 89 97 23 83 597 16.1 33 33 1135 34.4 203 434 .468 49 125 .392 62 88 .705 83 184 267 8.1 79 2 86 110 21 57 517 15.7 70 70 2335 33.4 429 941 .456 110 290 .379 146 211 .692 158 373 531 7.6 175 5 175 207 44 140 1114 15.9

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GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct 18 18 600 33.3 117 278 .421 41 98 .418 18 18 650 36.1 117 246 .476 29 75 .387 36 36 1250 34.7 234 524 .447 70 173 .405

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Academic All-Big 12 First Team Preseason All-Big 12 Honorable Mention Team co-captain Graduated as WVU’s career leader in freethrow percentage at 84.7 percent Ranks seventh all-time in 3-point field goals made (213) and 3-point field goal percentage (.372) and is tied for 11th all-time in games played (128) Big 12 Player of the Week (Dec. 31) Became the program’s 35th 1,000 point scorer against Missouri on Dec. 2 Missed 11 games after suffering an ankle injury against Oklahoma State (Jan. 9) Made her return from injury on Feb. 23 against Oklahoma Hit a 3-pointer in 19 of her 22 games played Finished her senior season with 219 points (10 ppg), 86 rebounds (3.9 rpg), 53 assists, 30 steals, and a block Connected on a 3- pointer in 19 of her 22 games played Shot 44.6 percent (79-177) from the field and 42.2 percent (38-90) from beyond the arc Missed just one free throw all season (23-24) Had a career-high matching four steals against Coppin State in season-opener (Nov. 6) Recorded her lone block of the season against Bryant (Nov. 15) Hit a 3-pointer for her 1,000th career point in a 40-minute effort against Mizzou (Dec. 2) Tallied a pair of career-highs with 28 points against Towson (Dec. 20) Also had a career-high-tying nine rebounds and four steals against the Tigers Matched her career highs with 28 points and six 3-pointers against Niagara (Dec. 29) Also shot a season-best 81.8 percent, hitting 9-of-11 from the field against the Purple Eagles Had a season-best five assists at TCU (Jan. 2) Added five points in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinals (March 9)

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and played 40 minutes or more in six contests Shot 34.7 percent (148-of-368) from the field and hit 39.2 percent (82-of-209) from behind the three-point line Hit a season and career-high of 25 points against Coppin State (Dec. 10) Matched her career-high of six threepointers against Texas Tech (Jan. 24) Grabbed a rebound in 32 straight games and made a field goal in 16 straight games to finish the season Stole a career high-matching 4 steals versus Saint Joseph’s (Mar. 18)

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Academic All-Big 12 First Team Completed her sophomore campaign with 261 points (7.6 ppg), 71 rebounds (2.1 rpg), 42 assists (1.3 apg) and 28 steals (0.8 spg) in 33 games started and 34 games played Shot 37.8 percent (90-of-238) from the field and connected on 39.4 percent (54-of-137) from three-point range Ranked sixth in the Big 12 Conference with a 39.4 three-point field goal percentage Her 54 three-pointers were second on the team and seventh all-time for a WVU sophomore

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Academic All-Big 12 First Team Ranked fourth in the Big 12 with 82 three-point field goals made and was fifth in the Big 12 with 39.2 three-point field goal percentage Finished her junior campaign with 454 points (12.3 ppg), 129 rebounds (3.5 rpg), 71 assists and 58 steals Started in each of the Mountaineers’ 37 games

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Her 33 games started were tied for fourth and her 34 games played were tied for fifth for a West Virginia sophomore Scored 17 points and grabbed a career-high six rebounds in the win over Coppin State (Nov. 19) Netted eight points, two rebounds and a career-high two blocks against North Carolina A&T (Nov. 22) Handed out a career-high 10 assists and scored six points against Longwood (Dec. 17) Her 10 assists were tied for 10th on WVU’s sophomore single-game list Tallied five points and two rebounds in the win over Mount St. Mary’s (Dec. 21) Did not play at TCU (Dec. 29) due to an injury At No. 2 Baylor (Jan. 21), she tallied 13 points and grabbed four rebounds in 31 minutes played Connected on four three-pointers and led West Virginia with 16 points against Iowa State (Feb. 4) Made four triples and finished with 14 points and matched a career-high three steals in the win over No. 24 K-State (Feb. 15) Poured in 13 points, grabbed four rebounds and hit two treys in the win over No. 19 Oklahoma (March 4) Tied a career-high with 80 percent shooting (4-of-5) from the field and netted a careerbest 100 percent (3-of-3) from three-point range, as she finished with 13 points and five rebounds vs. Texas (March 5) in the Big 12 Championship semifinal Finished with 11 points, including three treys, in the win over Baylor in the Big 12 Championship final (March 6) Made two critical three-pointers in the fourth quarter vs. Elon (March 14) and finished with 14 points in WVU’s NCAA Championship First Round win Her four three-pointers against Elon set WVU’s NCAA Tournament record Capped the season with eight points and three rebounds at Maryland in the NCAA Tournament Second Round (March 19)

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Finished freshman campaign with 207 points (5.9 ppg), 68 rebounds (1.9 rpg), 31 assists (0.9 apg) and 16 steals (0.5 spg) Shot 33.3 percent (75-of-225) from the field, 28.7 percent (39-of-136) from behind the arc and 85.7 percent (18-of-21) from the charity stripe Tied for second on the team with 39 made three-pointers and ranked second on the squad with 136 three-point attempts Registered double-figure scoring in eight games and led WVU in scoring three times Has made nine consecutive free throws dating back to Dec. 21 Tallied 10 points and dished out three assists in her collegiate debut against Delaware State (Nov. 14) Registered 12 points, including three made three-pointers vs. USC (Nov. 23) Tallied a game-best and season-high 19 points and dished out a pair of assists vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (Dec. 6) Handed out a season-best four assists against Longwood (Dec. 16) 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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Rated as the No. 22 guard in the 2015 class by ESPN HoopGurlz Played for coach Pecos McDaniel at Vista Ridge High After missing half of her senior season due to ACL surgery, she returned to help lead

Vista Ridge to Texas Class 5A semifinals for the first time in program history Guided the Lady Rangers to a 36-3 overall record and 12-0 in district play her senior year Named Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) All-State Class 5A as a senior Selected to the Class 5A All-Region 4 Team in 2014 and 2015 Named the Vista Ridge Offensive Player of the Year after helping lead her team to a district title as a junior Earned Marble Falls AllTournament 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 the 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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Daughter of Bill and Christy Pardee Has one sister Birthday is September 24 Enrolled in exercise physiology Two-time NFL Flag Football National Champion as a member of the Cedar Park Texans Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll

CAREER TOTALS Year 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 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 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 34 33 765 22.5 90 238 .378 54 137 .394 27 33 .818 20 51 71 2.1 63 0 42 41 4 28 261 7.7 37 37 1283 34.7 148 368 .402 82 209 .392 76 92 .826 26 103 129 3.5 88 0 71 62 9 58 454 12.3 22 15 619 28.1 79 177 .446 38 90 .422 23 24 .958 19 67 86 3.9 48 0 53 41 1 30 219 10.0 128 120 3165 24.7 392 1008 .389 213 572 .372 144 170 .847 85 269 354 2.8 254 2 197 180 14 132 1141 8.9

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GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct 18 18 222 12.3 30 91 .330 14 49 .286 17 16 377 22.2 37 111 .333 23 66 .348 18 18 629 34.9 59 155 .381 36 96 .375 7 4 194 27.7 16 46 .348 7 23 .304 60 56 1422 23.7 142 403 .352 80 234 .342

FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 6 6 1.000 11 22 33 1.8 24 1 12 18 0 9 80 4.4 15 16 .938 11 17 28 1.6 29 0 14 25 1 17 112 6.6 36 45 .800 9 45 54 3.0 45 0 39 29 5 23 190 10.6 7 7 1.000 3 20 23 3.3 15 0 15 20 0 8 46 6.6 64 74 .865 34 104 138 2.3 113 1 80 92 6 57 428 7.1


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2018-19 COMBINED STATS Date Opponent 11-6-18 COPPIN STATE W 11-11-18 NJIT W 11-15-18 BRYANT W 11/23/18 vs Iowa L 11/24/18 vs Eastern Kentucky W 12/2/18 MISSOURI L 12/8/18 at Pitt W 12/15/18 EASTERN KENTUCKY W 12/18/18 MORGAN STATE W 12/20/18 TOWSON W 12-29-18 NIAGARA W 01/02/19 * at TCU L 1/6/19 * TEXAS L 1/9/19 * OKLAHOMA STATE W 01/13/19 * at Oklahoma W 1/16/19 * IOWA STATE W 01/20/19 * at Baylor L 1/23/19 * TEXAS TECH W 1/26/19 * KANSAS STATE W 01/28/19 * at Texas W 2/3/19 * KANSAS W 02/09/19 * at Iowa State L 02/13/19 * at Texas Tech W 02/16/19 * TCU W 02/20/19 * at Oklahoma St. W 02/23/19 * OKLAHOMA L 2/27/19 * at Kansas State L 03/02/19 * at Kansas W 03/04/19 * BAYLOR L 03/09/19 vs Kansas State L 03/21/19 RIDER W 3/24/19 VILLANOVA W 03/27/19 NORTHWESTERN L * = Big 12 Conference game ## SUMMARY 05 Martin, Tynice 00 Davenport, Naomi 02 Gondrezick, Kysre 22 Pardee, Katrina 14 Niblack, Kari 30 Smith, Madisen 15 Rudd, Lucky 34 Ekhelar, Theresa 04 Staples, Nia 12 Jordan, Jala TM Team Total Opponents

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Score 78-37 95-50 94-48 81-84 81-39 51-68 77-43 78-29 72-37 90-43 84-32 48-62 58-70 67-58 66-55 73-64 47-79 68-65 60-30 64-58 71-50 61-77 75-72 79-65 77-54 69-80 79-90 75-61 57-63 59-72 83-43 64-57 54-56

Attend 1103 1209 9687 250 1273 674 1856 1363 1108 2026 1723 2932 1119 3171 1512 5750 1436 3229 3052 3361 10408 3015 6108 1683 4823 2814 2682 3087 1032 1388 1314

GP GS Min FG% 3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL BLK PTS/G 32 32 37.0 .380 .379 .831 5.8 1.7 52 1 18.0 33 33 34.4 .468 .392 .705 8.1 2.6 57 21 15.7 5 4 31.2 .373 .231 .640 3.4 4.0 12 1 13.2 22 15 28.1 .446 .422 .958 3.9 2.4 30 1 10.0 33 5 21.7 .516 .000 .637 7.0 0.4 20 40 9.7 33 29 31.2 .367 .327 .627 2.4 4.1 48 2 7.3 26 19 29.3 .331 .273 .798 3.5 2.2 36 2 7.0 29 28 19.7 .582 .000 .675 4.4 0.1 18 34 4.1 30 0 8.9 .291 .286 .842 1.2 0.6 16 3 1.7 27 0 6.0 .350 .364 .688 1.1 0.1 8 8 1.6 33 0 0.0 .000 .000 .000 4.9 0.0 0 0 0.0 33 .419 .360 .720 39.7 13.4 297 113 70.8 33 .355 .270 .702 35.6 10.9 238 99 57.3

Team Statistics SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

WVU 2335 70.8 +13.5 806-1924 .419 230-639 .360 7.0 493-685 .720 14.9 1311 39.7 +4.2 443 13.4 487 14.8 +2.3 0.9 297 9.0 113 3.4 50966 20-2548 -

OPP 1891 57.3 661-1864 .355 167-619 .270 5.1 402-573 .702 12.2 1174 35.6 359 10.9 563 17.1 0.6 238 7.2 99 3.0 35222 10-3497 3-83

Record: Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 22-11 15-5 6-4 1-2 Conference 11-7 6-3 5-4 0-0 Non-Conference 11-4 9-2 1-0 1-2 SCORE BY PERIODS: West Virginia Opponents

1st 619 442

2nd 3rd 528 583 413 498

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SCORING Martin, Tynice Davenport, Naomi Gondrezick, Kysre Pardee, Katrina Niblack, Kari 33 Smith, Madisen Rudd, Lucky 26 Ekhelar, Theresa Staples, Nia Jordan, Jala Total Opponents

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FG FGA FG% 3FG FGA 3PT% FT FTA FT% PTS PTS/G 197 519 .380 78 206 .379 103 124 .831 575 18.0 203 434 .468 49 125 .392 62 88 .705 517 15.7 22 59 .373 6 26 .231 16 25 .640 66 13.2 79 177 .446 38 90 .422 23 24 .958 219 10.0 192 .516 0 0 .000 121 190 .637 319 9.7 81 221 .367 33 101 .327 47 75 .627 242 7.3 148 .331 18 66 .273 67 84 .798 183 7.0 46 79 .582 0 0 .000 27 40 .675 119 4.1 16 55 .291 4 14 .286 16 19 .842 52 1.7 14 40 .350 4 11 .364 11 16 .688 43 1.6 806 1924 .419 230 639 .360 493 685 .720 2335 70.8 661 1864 .355 167 619 .270 402 573 .702 1891 57.3

TOTALS GP MIN OREB DREB TOT PF FO A TO A/TO HI Martin, Tynice 32 1183 33 151 184 48 0 55 52 1.1 27 Davenport, Naomi 33 1135 83 184 267 79 2 86 110 0.8 26 Gondrezick, Kysre 5 156 4 13 17 6 0 20 16 1.3 22 Pardee, Katrina 22 619 19 67 86 48 0 53 41 1.3 28 Niblack, Kari 33 715 96 135 231 119 6 12 62 0.2 20 Smith, Madisen 33 1030 15 64 79 74 2 134 99 1.4 24 Rudd, Lucky 26 762 24 68 92 54 2 58 45 1.3 22 Ekhelar, Theresa 29 570 40 88 128 87 6 4 29 0.1 11 Staples, Nia 30 267 7 28 35 25 0 18 16 1.1 11 Jordan, Jala 27 163 8 21 29 21 0 3 5 0.6 6 Total 33 6600 391 920 1311 561 18 443 487 0.9 95 Opponents 33 6600 367 807 1174 629 21 359 563 0.6 90

2018-19 POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS 00 02 04 05 12 14 15 22 30 34 Opponent Date Score WL Davenport Gondrezick Staples Martin Jordan Niblack Rudd Pardee Smith Ekhelar COPPIN STATE 11-6-18 78-37 W 13-13-10 DNP 7-2-3 24-11-1 1-3-0 5-6-2 DNP 16-6-4 5-4-0 7-2-1 NJIT 11-11-18 95-50 W 15-13-2 DNP 6-2-1 18-9-5 0-1-1 17-7-1 DNP 22-2-4 6-5-6 11-2-1 BRYANT 11-15-18 94-48 W 16-6-1 16-4-5 2-1-1 20-5-0 2-2-0 8-8-1 DNP 15-3-4 9-1-6 6-5-0 vs Iowa 11/23/18 81-84 L 16-10-2 22-3-0 0-0-2 11-5-1 0-0-0 11-4-0 DNP 6-3-0 13-2-1 2-4-0 vs Eastern Kentucky 11/24/18 81-39 W 13-8-1 17-3-6 5-2-0 17-11-2 2-0-0 3-4-0 DNP 12-4-1 11-5-3 1-1-0 MISSOURI 12/2/18 51-68 L 9-6-1 0-1-1 0-1-0 18-7-0 3-1-0 10-5-0 DNP 7-7-2 4-1-4 DNP at Pitt 12/8/18 77-43 W 18-6-0 11-6-8 0-0-0 26-7-2 3-3-0 9-7-0 DNP 7-2-4 2-0-3 1-3-1 EASTERN KENTUCKY 12/15/18 78-29 W 16-4-4 DNP 2-0-0 14-7-3 0-0-1 18-12-0 8-3-2 5-6-3 10-2-6 5-8-0 MORGAN STATE 12/18/18 72-37 W 16-7-2 DNP 0-2-1 11-1-2 2-1-0 7-3-2 9-1-0 10-5-2 6-1-6 11-15-0 TOWSON 12/20/18 90-43 W 2-7-2 DNP 0-0-0 16-4-2 3-2-0 19-6-0 12-4-5 28-9-3 4-0-0 6-7-0 NIAGARA 12-29-18 84-32 W 11-14-7 DNP 3-4-5 DNP 6-2-1 14-14-1 6-4-4 28-7-1 8-6-3 8-2-0 at TCU 01/02/19 48-62 L 22-9-1 DNP DNP 10-5-2 DNP 1-2-0 7-2-2 7-6-5 0-0-3 1-4-0 TEXAS 1/6/19 58-70 L 26-7-2 DNP 0-0-0 9-1-1 DNP 4-5-0 4-0-0 5-6-4 9-1-2 1-1-0 OKLAHOMA STATE 1/9/19 67-58 W 6-9-2 DNP 0-2-0 21-3-1 DNP 11-12-1 5-1-1 14-3-2 7-2-3 3-2-0 at Oklahoma 01/13/19 66-55 W 10-6-1 DNP 2-1-0 20-7-2 3-2-0 10-9-0 12-7-4 DNP 9-3-6 0-5-0 IOWA STATE 1/16/19 73-64 W 15-8-1 DNP 0-0-0 20-11-4 0-2-0 9-4-0 22-3-0 DNP 3-1-7 4-6-0 at Baylor 01/20/19 47-79 L 10-6-0 DNP 0-0-0 18-4-1 0-0-0 1-3-0 7-4-2 DNP 11-3-5 0-5-0 TEXAS TECH 1/23/19 68-65 W 13-7-3 DNP 2-2-0 23-2-3 DNP 9-8-1 14-5-2 DNP 5-3-2 2-3-0 KANSAS STATE 1/26/19 60-30 W 16-15-5 DNP 0-1-0 13-9-2 0-0-0 8-6-0 12-8-2 DNP 7-4-4 4-5-0 at Texas 01/28/19 64-58 W 15-3-3 DNP 2-1-0 27-5-1 4-1-0 10-5-0 0-7-3 DNP 4-1-6 2-1-0 KANSAS 2/3/19 71-50 W 16-2-2 DNP 2-5-0 22-5-2 0-1-0 7-3-0 13-6-2 DNP 7-4-6 4-8-0 at Iowa State 02/09/19 61-77 L 14-3-1 DNP 0-3-2 6-3-3 3-1-0 4-8-0 8-2-2 DNP 24-2-4 2-4-0 at Texas Tech 02/13/19 75-72 W 18-8-3 DNP 11-1-1 16-3-3 6-1-0 4-5-0 0-3-4 DNP 20-5-4 0-4-0 TCU 02/16/19 79-65 W 15-10-3 DNP 0-2-0 21-5-0 1-0-0 6-12-0 13-5-3 DNP 17-1-8 6-5-0 at Oklahoma St. 02/20/19 77-54 W 24-7-3 DNP 3-0-1 22-5-5 2-0-0 6-12-0 2-6-5 DNP 11-2-5 7-2-0 OKLAHOMA 02/23/19 69-80 L 19-8-2 DNP 0-0-0 22-4-0 DNP 14-7-2 7-2-1 2-1-1 5-5-7 0-1-0 at Kansas State 2/27/19 79-90 L 19-8-3 DNP DNP 27-8-0 0-0-0 10-4-0 0-3-4 5-1-1 9-1-4 9-5-0 at Kansas 03/02/19 75-61 W 19-8-4 DNP 3-0-0 13-7-1 DNP 11-7-0 6-4-5 11-4-2 5-0-1 7-9-0 BAYLOR 03/04/19 57-63 L 20-13-1 DNP 0-0-0 18-3-2 0-0-0 13-3-0 3-0-1 2-2-0 1-2-6 0-2-0 vs Kansas State 03/09/19 59-72 L 14-4-6 DNP 0-0-0 9-6-1 0-1-0 13-5-0 2-1-1 9-5-3 3-6-2 9-7-1 RIDER 03/21/19 83-43 W 23-15-2 DNP 2-2-0 23-8-1 2-4-0 20-13-0 4-5-1 5-2-4 4-3-5 DNP VILLANOVA 3/24/19 64-57 W 25-8-2 DNP DNP 23-9-1 0-0-0 13-16-0 2-3-2 0-1-2 1-1-2 DNP NORTHWESTERN 03/27/19 54-56 L 13-9-4 DNP 0-1-1 17-4-1 0-1-0 14-6-1 5-3-0 3-1-1 2-2-4 DNP

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Opponent Date Score WL POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS COPPIN STATE 11/06/18 78-37 W 24-Tynice Martin 13-Naomi Davenport 10-Naomi Davenport 5-Tynice Martin NJIT 11/11/18 95-50 W 22-Katrina Pardee 13-Naomi Davenport 6-Madisen Smith 3-Tynice Martin Katrina Pardee Naomi Davenport BRYANT 11/15/18 94-48 W 20-Tynice Martin 8-Kari Niblack 6-Madisen Smith 5-Tynice Martin Madisen Smith vs Iowa 11/23/18 81-84 L 22-Kysre Gondrezick 10-Naomi Davenport 2-Naomi Davenport 6-Kysre Gondrezick Nia Staples vs Eastern Kentucky 11/24/18 81-39 W 17-Tynice Martin 11-Tynice Martin 6-Kysre Gondrezick 3-Kysre Gondrezick Kysre Gondrezick MISSOURI 12/02/18 51-68 L 18-Tynice Martin 7-Katrina Pardee 4-Madisen Smith 2-Naomi Davenport Tynice Martin at Pitt 12/08/18 77-43 W 26-Tynice Martin 7-Kari Niblack 8-Kysre Gondrezick 2-Katrina Pardee Tynice Martin Tynice Martin Madisen Smith Naomi Davenport EASTERN KENTUCKY 12/15/18 78-29 W 18-Kari Niblack 12-Kari Niblack 6-Madisen Smith 2-Naomi Davenport Rudd, Lucky Madisen Smith MORGAN STATE 12/18/18 72-37 W 16-Naomi Davenport 15-Theresa Ekhelar 6-Madisen Smith 2-Jala Jordan Naomi Davenport Tynice Martin TOWSON 12/20/18 90-43 W 28-Katrina Pardee 9-Katrina Pardee 5-Rudd, Lucky 4-Katrina Pardee NIAGARA 12/29/18 84-32 W 28-Katrina Pardee 14-Naomi Davenport 7-Naomi Davenport 2-Madisen Smith Kari Niblack Rudd, Lucky Nia Staples at TCU 01/02/19 48-62 L 22-Naomi Davenport 9-Naomi Davenport 5-Katrina Pardee 3-Katrina Pardee TEXAS 01/06/19 58-70 L 26-Naomi Davenport 7-Naomi Davenport 4-Katrina Pardee 2-Madisen Smith Naomi Davenport OKLAHOMA STATE 01/09/19 67-58 W 21-Tynice Martin 12-Kari Niblack 3-Madisen Smith 2-Katrina Pardee Naomi Davenport at Oklahoma 01/13/19 66-55 W 20-Tynice Martin 9-Kari Niblack 6-Madisen Smith 4-Rudd, Lucky Tynice Martin IOWA STATE 01/16/19 73-64 W 22-Rudd, Lucky 11-Tynice Martin 7-Madisen Smith 3-Rudd, Lucky at Baylor 01/20/19 47-79 L 18-Tynice Martin 6-Naomi Davenport 5-Madisen Smith 2-Madisen Smith TEXAS TECH 01/23/19 68-65 W 23-Tynice Martin 8-Kari Niblack 3-Naomi Davenport 4-Madisen Smith Tynice Martin KANSAS STATE 01/26/19 60-30 W 16-Naomi Davenport 15-Naomi Davenport 5-Naomi Davenport 2-Tynice Martin at Texas 01/28/19 64-58 W 27-Tynice Martin 7-Rudd, Lucky 6-Madisen Smith 3-Naomi Davenport KANSAS 02/03/19 71-50 W 22-Tynice Martin 8-Theresa Ekhelar 6-Madisen Smith 3-Naomi Davenport at Iowa State 02/09/19 61-77 L 24-Madisen Smith 8-Kari Niblack 4-Madisen Smith 1-Rudd, Lucky Jala Jordan Nia Staples Naomi Davenport at Texas Tech 02/13/19 75-72 W 20-Madisen Smith 8-Naomi Davenport 4-Rudd, Lucky 5-Madisen Smith Madisen Smith TCU 02/16/19 79-65 W 21-Tynice Martin 12-Kari Niblack 8-Madisen Smith 3-Tynice Martin Kari Niblack at Oklahoma St. 02/20/19 77-54 W 24-Naomi Davenport 12-Kari Niblack 5-Tynice Martin 4-Rudd, Lucky Rudd, Lucky Madisen Smith OKLAHOMA 02/23/19 69-80 L 22-Tynice Martin 8-Naomi Davenport 7-Madisen Smith 3-Naomi Davenport at Kansas State 02/27/19 79-90 L 27-Tynice Martin 8-Naomi Davenport 4-Rudd, Lucky 4-Tynice Martin Tynice Martin Madisen Smith at Kansas 03/02/19 75-61 W 19-Naomi Davenport 9-Theresa Ekhelar 5-Rudd, Lucky 1-Rudd, Lucky Nia Staples Tynice Martin BAYLOR 03/04/19 57-63 L 20-Naomi Davenport 13-Naomi Davenport 6-Madisen Smith 3-Tynice Martin vs Kansas State 03/09/19 59-72 L 14-Naomi Davenport 7-Theresa Ekhelar 6-Naomi Davenport 2-Naomi Davenport Madisen Smith

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BLOCKED SHOTS 5-Theresa Ekhelar 1-Naomi Davenport

2-Naomi Davenport Kari Niblack 1-Nia Staples 1-Naomi Davenport 1-Kysre Gondrezick 2-Theresa Ekhelar Jala Jordan

4-Kari Niblack

3-Naomi Davenport

1-Naomi Davenport Theresa Ekhelar 3-Naomi Davenport

3-Theresa Ekhelar 1-Kari Niblack Rudd, Lucky 3-Theresa Ekhelar Kari Niblack 3-Theresa Ekhelar 3-Kari Niblack None 3-Kari Niblack 1-Kari Niblack 2-Kari Niblack 3-Theresa Ekhelar 3-Kari Niblack

2-Jala Jordan 1-Kari Niblack Naomi Davenport Theresa Ekhelar 3-Theresa Ekhelar

3-Kari Niblack None 3-Kari Niblack

2-Kari Niblack 1-Theresa Ekhelar


Opponent Date Score WL POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS RIDER 03/21/19 83-43 W 23-Naomi Davenport 15-Naomi Davenport 5-Madisen Smith 2-Tynice Martin 1-Naomi Davenport Tynice Martin Naomi Davenport Jala Jordan Nia Staples VILLANOVA 03/24/19 64-57 W 25-Naomi Davenport 16-Kari Niblack 2-Katrina Pardee 3-Madisen Smith 2-Naomi Davenport Naomi Davenport Lucky Rudd Madisen Smith NORTHWESTERN 03/27/19 54-56 L 17-Tynice Martin 9-Naomi Davenport 4-Naomi Davenport 3-Naomi Davenport 2-Kari Niblack Madisen Smith

TEAM GAME HIGHS Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage 3 Pt Field Goals Made 3 Pt FG Attempts 3 Pt FG Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked Shots Turnovers Fouls

95 94 90 84 83 36 35 71 69 69 .574 (27-47) .534 (31-58) 12 11 27 26 26 .571 (12-21) .440 (11-25) 30 24 34 31 31 .882 (30-34) .867 (13-15) 61 56 22 21 21 21 16 7 7 7 25 22 28 24 24

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WVU TEAM GAME-BY-GAME Opponent Date Score W/L FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts COPPIN STATE 11/06/18 78-37 W 27 63 .429 9 22 .409 15 19 .789 14 36 50 50.0 18 21 18 7 15 78 NJIT 11/11/18 95-50 W 36 71 .507 7 16 .438 16 23 .696 20 27 47 48.5 12 21 12 1 16 95 BRYANT 11/15/18 94-48 W 35 68 .515 7 16 .438 17 24 .708 12 25 37 44.7 19 18 13 6 21 94 vs Iowa 11/23/18 81-84 L 29 67 .433 10 25 .400 13 19 .684 12 23 35 42.2 28 6 13 1 9 81 vs Eastern Kentucky 11/24/18 81-39 W 28 61 .459 9 26 .346 16 24 .667 11 32 43 42.4 12 13 4 1 9 81 MISSOURI 12/02/18 51-68 L 17 61 .279 5 18 .278 12 18 .667 13 21 34 41.0 11 8 7 1 5 51 at Pitt 12/08/18 77-43 W 27 58 .466 11 25 .440 12 18 .667 14 22 36 40.3 16 18 19 5 11 77 EASTERN KENTUCKY 12/15/18 78-29 W 27 57 .474 9 21 .429 15 21 .714 9 37 46 41.0 19 19 13 6 8 78 MORGAN STATE 12/18/18 72-37 W 27 57 .474 5 15 .333 13 17 .765 13 27 40 40.9 15 15 12 4 12 72 TOWSON 12/20/18 90-43 W 29 62 .468 2 9 .222 30 34 .882 13 32 45 41.3 17 12 12 2 14 90 NIAGARA 12/29/18 84-32 W 31 58 .534 8 19 .421 14 17 .824 12 44 56 42.6 15 22 20 7 8 84 at TCU 01/02/19 48-62 L 17 53 .321 5 15 .333 9 13 .692 12 24 36 42.1 17 13 16 4 8 48 TEXAS 01/06/19 58-70 L 19 49 .388 7 19 .368 13 15 .867 4 23 27 40.9 18 9 17 2 6 58 OKLAHOMA STATE 01/09/19 67-58 W 25 52 .481 5 12 .417 12 15 .800 13 32 45 41.2 17 10 21 7 7 67 at Oklahoma 01/13/19 66-55 W 21 63 .333 8 26 .308 16 24 .667 19 27 46 41.5 22 13 19 5 11 66 IOWA STATE 01/16/19 73-64 W 22 50 .440 5 18 .278 24 29 .828 9 34 43 41.6 19 12 20 3 7 73 at Baylor 01/20/19 47-79 L 17 55 .309 6 20 .300 7 13 .538 8 20 28 40.8 20 8 13 0 5 47 TEXAS TECH 01/23/19 68-65 W 21 60 .350 8 23 .348 18 24 .750 12 25 37 40.6 13 11 11 4 10 68 KANSAS STATE 01/26/19 60-30 W 22 55 .400 6 18 .333 10 15 .667 18 35 53 41.3 12 13 17 1 6 60 at Texas 01/28/19 64-58 W 22 55 .400 7 17 .412 13 23 .565 5 22 27 40.5 24 13 12 4 9 64 KANSAS 02/03/19 71-50 W 22 47 .468 4 11 .364 23 31 .742 12 30 42 40.6 16 12 16 6 10 71 at Iowa State 02/09/19 61-77 L 23 61 .377 9 27 .333 6 9 .667 8 25 33 40.3 22 12 14 4 4 61 at Texas Tech 02/13/19 75-72 W 26 58 .448 8 22 .364 15 18 .833 10 25 35 40.0 20 15 18 5 11 75 TCU 02/16/19 79-65 W 25 58 .431 12 21 .571 17 25 .680 16 29 45 40.2 17 14 22 3 10 79 at Oklahoma St. 02/20/19 77-54 W 29 55 .527 9 23 .391 10 13 .769 6 30 36 40.1 14 19 12 4 8 77 OKLAHOMA 02/23/19 69-80 L 23 65 .354 6 24 .250 17 27 .630 13 19 32 39.8 17 13 9 5 8 69 at Kansas State 02/27/19 79-90 L 26 69 .377 8 25 .320 19 26 .731 13 21 34 39.6 23 12 14 0 11 79 at Kansas 03/02/19 75-61 W 27 47 .574 7 19 .368 14 26 .538 7 34 41 39.6 13 13 20 4 3 75 BAYLOR 03/04/19 57-63 L 20 56 .357 6 18 .333 11 17 .647 8 19 27 39.2 24 10 15 2 8 57 vs Kansas State 03/09/19 59-72 L 19 50 .380 4 13 .308 17 22 .773 9 31 40 39.2 16 14 25 1 8 59 RIDER 03/21/19 83-43 W 27 69 .391 7 20 .350 22 31 .710 22 39 61 39.9 14 13 11 2 8 83 VILLANOVA 03/24/19 64-57 W 22 60 .367 3 14 .214 17 23 .739 12 29 41 39.9 6 9 7 3 6 64 NORTHWESTERN 03/27/19 54-56 L 18 54 .333 8 22 .364 10 12 .833 12 21 33 39.7 15 12 15 3 5 54 West Virginia 2335 806 1924 .419 230 639 .360 493 685 .720 391 920 1311 39.7 561 443 487 113 297 2335 Opponents 1891 661 1864 .355 167 619 .270 402 573 .702 367 807 1174 35.6 629 359 563 99 238 1891

Games played: 33 Points/game: 70.8 FG Pct: 41.9 3FG Pct: 36.0 FT Pct: 72.0 Rebounds/game: 39.7 Assists/game: 13.4 Turnovers/game: 14.8 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.9 Steals/game: 9.0 Blocks/game: 3.4

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Avg 78.0 86.5 89.0 87.0 85.8 80.0 79.6 79.4 78.6 79.7 80.1 77.4 75.9 75.3 74.7 74.6 72.9 72.7 72.0 71.6 71.6 71.1 71.3 71.6 71.8 71.7 72.0 72.1 71.6 71.1 71.5 71.3 70.8 70.8 57.3


record book Women’s Basketball History������������������������������������� 110 Kittie Blakemore������������������������������������������������������� 110 Women’s Basketball Firsts��������������������������������������� 117 Top Scorers��������������������������������������������������������������� 118 Individual Records��������������������������������������������������� 119 Single Game Leaders����������������������������������������������� 120 Freshman Game Leaders����������������������������������������� 122 Sophomore Game Leaders��������������������������������������� 124 Junior Game Leaders����������������������������������������������� 126 Senior Game Leaders����������������������������������������������� 128 Single Season Leaders��������������������������������������������� 130 Freshman Season Leaders ��������������������������������������� 132 Sophomore Season Leaders������������������������������������� 134 Junior Season Leaders��������������������������������������������� 136 Senior Season Leaders��������������������������������������������� 138 Career Leaders��������������������������������������������������������� 140 Winning Streaks������������������������������������������������������� 142 Team Records����������������������������������������������������������� 143 Single Season Team Records ����������������������������������� 143 Single Game Team Records ������������������������������������� 144 Single Game Opponent Records������������������������������� 146 Coliseum Single Game Leaders ������������������������������� 148 Largest Crowds ������������������������������������������������������� 149 Coliseum Single Game Opponent Leaders��������������� 150 The Last Time����������������������������������������������������������� 152 Coliseum Results����������������������������������������������������� 152 Big 12 Championship Results����������������������������������� 153 Big 12 Championship History����������������������������������� 160 Big 12 Championship Records��������������������������������� 161 Postseason Appearances����������������������������������������� 161 NCAA Tournament Records������������������������������������� 162 Series Records��������������������������������������������������������� 163 Year-By-Year Records����������������������������������������������� 165 All-Time Coaching Records ������������������������������������� 165 All-Time Scores ������������������������������������������������������� 166 Overtime Games ����������������������������������������������������� 179 100-Point Games����������������������������������������������������� 180 Victories Over AP-Ranked Teams����������������������������� 181 WVU in the AP Rankings����������������������������������������� 182 Individual Honors����������������������������������������������������� 183 All-Time Teams��������������������������������������������������������� 187 Rosemary Kosiorek��������������������������������������������������� 188 Cathy Parson����������������������������������������������������������� 189 Georgeann Wells����������������������������������������������������� 190 All-Time Uniform Numbers��������������������������������������� 191 Letterwinners����������������������������������������������������������� 192


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.

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THE HISTORY OF WEST VIRGINIA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

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


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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.

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Joining the NCAA in 1983 after seven years in the AIAW, the Mountaineers also spent their first season in the Atlantic 10 Conference, which was created in 1976 for men’s basketball and known as the Eastern Eight up until that time. WVU recorded a 17-12 mark that season and advanced to the semifinals of the conference tournament. The talk of the team that year wasn’t about its second straight winning season, but rather about a 6-7 center who could dunk a basketball. Georgeann Wells came to WVU as a highly touted prep star from Northland High in Columbus, Ohio. After a short time of adjustment, she averaged 11.9 points per game as a freshman. She went on to score 1,484 points, pull down 1,075 rebounds and block 436 shots from 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. 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

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 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.

fraternity were just a few of Georgeann Wells the highlights of one of the blocked 17 shots school’s most memorable against Marshall on Dec. 3, 1983. moments. Unmatched until 1994, the feat is still one of the sport’s most talked about accomplishments. Lost in all of the dunking hoopla was Wells’ teammate Olivia Bradley. A 6-1 rebounding warrior from Bradenton, Fla., it was Bradley who made it possible for the 6-7 center to get out on the wing for the historical dunk. Bradley snared an amazing 1,484 career rebounds for a 12.7 per game average, the eighth-best mark in NCAA history. After another 17-12 mark in 1984, West Virginia, with Fiske now promoted to co-head coach, boasted the strongest team in its 10-year existence. WVU returned all five starters, including Wells and Bradley. The duo led WVU to its second 20-win season and, more importantly, steered the Mountaineers to the Women’s NIT in Amarillo, Texas. Though losing two of three games, the inclusion in the eight-team tournament was a major stepping stone for the growing program. Then in 1986, it all came crashing down for Fiske. Entering the season with an inexperienced team, the late coach, suffering from diabetes, spent his extra time teaching the young team, rather than caring 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.

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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.

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After a 19-10 record In 1990, Rosemary Kosiorek averaged more than 20 in 1990 and a 17-12 mark points per game and in 1991, West Virginia was earned mention on the prepared for an outstanding Kodak All-East team. 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 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.

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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 1998-99 squad, all of whom reached the coveted 1,000-point plateau. Maria Tchobanova finished her career with 1,426 points, ninth best on WVU’s all-time list, while Christie Lambert scored 1,282 points 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 1999-2000 season due to asbestos abatement at the Coliseum and suffered through injuries in 2000-01. The squad finished with a 11-44 overall record, 4-28 in the BIG EAST in those two years. Basil’s final record stood at 33-77 during her four seasons.

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In only his third season as Former head coach, Mike Carey was Salem named Big East Coach of the Year after guiding WVU College men’s to a 21-11 overall record. 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 thirdmost wins in school history with a 21-11 campaign in 2003-04. More importantly WVU returned to the NCAA Tournament after a 12-year hiatus. For his efforts, he was named BIG EAST Coach of the Year. In his first season, Carey guided the Mountaineers to a 14-14 record, a return trip to the BIG EAST Tournament after a one-year absence and the school’s first winning regular season in five years. In his second season at the helm, Carey led WVU to a 10-0 start en route to a 15-13 mark and the first winning season since 1996-97. The Mountaineers were also 11-0 in non-conference competition for the first time in school history. In 2004-05, Carey guided WVU to its secondconsecutive 20-win season with a 21-13 mark and a berth in the postseason WNIT championship game. It marked the first time in school history that WVU posted back-to-back 20-win seasons and tournament championship game, marking the first time in school history back-to-back post-season berths. The Mountaineers won a school record West Virginia had made it to the title game. four postseason games while senior Yolanda Paige set the WVU career As the No. 12 seed in the tournament WVU knocked off No. 5 Louisville, record with assists at 902 while sophomore guard Meg Bulger captured the No. 4 St. John’s and No. 1 Rutgers and trailed No. 2 Connecticut by just one BIG EAST scoring crown and became the first player in school history to be point with 30 seconds left in the championship game. named to the league’s first team. The run was unprecedented. No previous 12-seed had even won Paige and Bulger were named honorable mention All-Americans by the a tournament game in the 23-year history of the BIG EAST women’s AP and WBCA/Kodak, respectively. championship. The Huskies won the title by a 50-44 count but the 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

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

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 also marked the second-best turnaround from one regular season to the next in the BIG EAST. WVU also was 13-1 at the WVU Coliseum, the second-best single season home mark in school history and eventually picked up its first NCAA tournament win since 1992 with a convincing 65-52 win over Xavier in Austin, Texas. The core of that team once again returned in 2007-08 ready to re-write the record books. WVU posted a 25-8 record which were the second-most wins in school history. The Mountaineers also boasted a 12-4 BIG EAST mark good for a third-place finish in the highly touted league, WVU’s highest finish in school history. Along the way, West Virginia upset No. 4 Rutgers, 63-54, the highestranked team the program has ever defeated. All told, WVU beat three ranked opponents including No. 14 Notre Dame and No. 18 Pitt. The Mountaineers were ranked in the nation’s Top 20 in the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ polls all season long, marking a school first. WVU was also ranked for the first time since 1992. With the largest senior class in school history, West Virginia boasted four career 1,000-point scorers, marking the second West Virginia team and 12th overall in NCAA history to have four on one team. WVU advanced to its second-straight NCAA Tournament as a five-seed and faced host No. 12 New Mexico in Albuquerque, N.M., in first round action. Thanks to Cole’s 22 points and 11 rebounds, the Mountaineers squeaked out a 61-60 victory in front of 9,633 partisan fans in one of the nation’s most hostile venues. The win gave West Virginia its second-straight NCAA second-round appearance. In 2008-09, and under arguably Carey’s best coaching job, the Mountaineers posted 18 wins with just seven healthy players as a rash of early season injuries depleted WVU’s reserves. Senior Takisha Granberry set a new single-season record with 94 3-pointers made while the duo of Granberry and sophomore Liz Repella became just the second set of teammates to each score 500 points in the same season. Repella became just the fourth

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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 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 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 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 Liz Repella earned first team Co-Coach of the Year accolades. all-conference honors in back-toThe Mountaineers experienced back seasons under coach Carey. 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 highest-ever ranking in program history at No. 6 in the polls, staying there for fourstraight 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 All-America second team as a finalist for the award. With 50 percent of its games on television and nine games nationallytelevised, 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 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. 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 (2003-04), the WNIT championship game (2004-05), the BIG EAST tournament finals (2005-06, 2009-10)and the second round of the WNIT (2008-09). The team has also posted seven 21win 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. 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 singleseason 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 won a share of its first Big 12 regular season title with a 67-60 win over Kansas on March 4, 2014.

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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.

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. The 2016-17 Mountaineers saw an up-and-down season that culminated with the program’s first Big 12 Conference Tournament title and the first tournament title at WVU since 1989. The sixth-seeded Mountaineers pulled off three top-25 upsets with wins over No. 3-seed and No. 19-ranked Oklahoma (82-58), No. 2-seed and No. 12/14 Texas (62-59) and top-seeded and No. 2-ranked Baylor (77-66). Tynice Martin scored 82 points and tallied a Big 12 title game record 32 points in WVU’s miraculous

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victory, marking only the second time in Big 12 history that a six seed had claimed the title. Martin, an All-Big 12 First Team selection, would earn Most Outstanding Player honors and become the first Mountaineer sophomore to garner All-America Honorable Mention from both the Associated Press and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. Teana Muldrow would earn Big 12 All-Tournament Team Honors, as well as All-Big 12 Honorable Mention. Senior Lanay Montgomery finished her illustrious career with a school record 59.7 field goal percentage, earning All-Big 12 Defensive Team honors and All-Big 12 Honorable Mention. Montgomery was selected in the third round and 30th overall by the Seattle Storm in the 2017 WNBA Draft. The Mountaineers made their 12th NCAA Tournament appearance and 10th under coach Mike Carey. WVU advanced to the NCAA Second Round for the 10th time in program history with a 75-62 win over Elon. Adversity was the name of the game for the 2017-18 Mountaineers, who were dealt a trio of blows prior to tipoff. Big 12 Championship MVP Tynice Martin was injured during a Team U.S.A. camp and was forced to miss the season in its entirety. Key reserve Anja Martin also suffered a preseason injury that would end her career, and guard Kysre Gondrezick had to sit out after transferring from Michigan. Center Theresa Ekhelar became eligible for the second semester, right around the time senior forward starter Kristina King suffered a foot injury that forced her to miss five games. Despite having eight players dressed for most of the season, the Mountaineers were able to put together a 25-win season and a run into the 2018 Postseason WNIT. Rivalry wins came over Virginia Tech and Pitt, while the team’s signature win of the season came at Texas A&M as part of the Big 12/SEC Challenge. Forward Teana Muldrow put on a stellar senior campaign, placing herself in the alltime record books for scoring, rebounding and blocked shots and earning AllBig 12 First Team accolades and AP All-America Honorable Mention. Muldrow capped her career by becoming the program’s all-time leader in games played, and became the third straight Mountaineer drafted when she was selected 29th overall by the Seattle Storm in the 2018 WNBA Draft. Junior college transfer Naomi Davenport made her make at WVU, earning Big 12 All-Second Team honors while senior guard Chania Ray finished out her stellar career by moving into the all-time record books for career assists and assists per game and earning All-Big 12 Honorable Mention. It was a year of change for the Mountaineers in the 2019-20 season, as they entered the season opener against Coppin State with a starting lineup that consisted of two returning starters, a veteran that was new to the starting lineup, a standout starter returning from injury and a freshman making her career debut. Senior forward Naomi Davenport dazzled to start the season, registering 13 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists to become just the fifth Mountaineer in program history to record a triple-double. Freshman point guard Madisen Smith quickly found her stride, earning a trio of Big 12 Freshman of the Week accolades. However, adversity struck for the second year in a row as senior guard Katrina Pardee went down with an ankle injury in mid-January that forced her to sit until the end of February. Redshirt junior guard Tynice Martin, just one year removed from a devastating foot injury, picked up right where she left off. In January, she set a program record with 16 first quarter points, dropping 17 in all to lead WVU to an upset of No. 12 Texas – WVU’s first-ever win over the Longhorns in Austin. Freshman forward Kari Niblack developed into a key reserve, winning the hearts of Mountaineer nation with her passionate play. Her stats – including five double-doubles on the year – won the respect of the league’s coaches, who voted her the 2019 Big 12 Sixth Man of the Year. Smith earned a nod on the Big 12 All-Freshmen Team, while Martin and Davenport each earned 2019 All-Big 12 First Team honors. Martin, who WBCA All-Region 3 honoree, also received WBCA All-America Honorable Mention for the second time in her career.


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 secondconsecutive 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-to-back 20-win seasons and back-toback 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 201314. The Mountaineers would advance to the Big 12 Championship title game, falling short to Baylor. ■■ First Time to Reach Postseason 10 Consecutive Years: West Virginia has reached the postseason the last 10 seasons dating back to a NCAA Tournament berth in 2007. First Women’s Basketball Player to Ever ■■ First Big 12 Freshman of the Year: Dunk in a Game: Georgeann Wells earned Tynice Martin was named the 2016 Big 12 national attention in 1984 as she became the first Freshman of the Year becoming the first women’s basketball player to ever dunk in a game. 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 alltime at West Virginia with 2,001 career points. ■■ First Big 12 Tournament Title: Sixth-seeded West Virginia reeled of three unexpected victories with wins over No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 2 Texas and regular-season champion Baylor in Oklahoma City to claim the school’s first Big 12 Tournament championship in 2017.

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RECORD BOOK

TOP SCORERS

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

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1,000-POINT SCORERS 2,115 2,061 2,001 1,819 1,751 1,733 1,665 1,656 1,641 1,602 1,588 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 1,141 1,114 1,111 1,101 1,097 1,096 1,079 1,071 1,040 1,007

Cathy Parson..................................................1980-83 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................1989-92 Bria Holmes....................................................2013-16 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 Talisha Hargis.................................................1995-98 Kate Bulger....................................................2001-04 Meg Bulger..........................................2004-06, 2008 Donna Abbott.................................................1989-92 Liz Repella......................................................2008-11 Olayinka Sanni...............................................2005-08 Tynice Martin................. 2016-17, 2019-present 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 Katrina Pardee.......................................2016-19 Naomi Davenport..................................2018-19 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

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 33 by Teana Muldrow vs. St. John’s, March 25, 2018

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 35 by Tynice Martin at Oklahoma, February 7, 2017 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 32 by Tynice Martin vs. Baylor, March 6, 2017 32 by Naomi Davenport at TCU, 12-28-17

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The quartet of Christie Lambert, Rebecca Burbridge, Ilse Opstaele and Maria Tchobanova all tallied their 1,000th career points in 1999.


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

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

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

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

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.): 66.5 (157-236) by Lanay Montgomery, 2017 Career: (min. 500 att.): 59.6 (355-596) by Lanay Montgomery, 2014-17 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. seven attempts): .889 (8-9) by Takisha Granberry vs. New Jersey Tech, 11/28/08 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

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

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: 499 by Dionne Morris, 1986-89 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 PERSONAL FOULS Season: 119 by Kari Niblack, 2019 Career: 415 by Maria Tchobanova, 1996-99 DISQUALIFICATIONS Season: 11 by Chakhia Cole, 2005; by Tracey Slogik, 1988 Career: 32 by Maria Tchobanova, 1996-99 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 Freshman Season: 1,099 by Chakhia Cole, 2005 Sophomore Season: 1,246 by Tynice Martin, 2017

Rosemary Kosiorek

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: 142 by Teana Muldrow, 2014-18 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; 13 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists by Naomi Davenport vs. Coppin State, 11/6/19 DOUBLE-DOUBLES Season: 22 by Georgeann Wells, 1986 Career: 68 by Olivia Bradley, 1982-85 10-Point Games Season: 37 by Bria Holmes, 2015 Career: 104 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989-92 20-Point Games Season: 24 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1992 Career: 44 by Rosemary Kosiorek, 1989-92 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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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 35 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 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 14 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 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 27 Tynice Martin................. Kansas State – 2/27/19 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 7 att.) 1.000 (13/13) Olayinka Sanni.........Kennesaw State - 12/21/05 1.000 (9/9) Olayinka Sanni...........................DePaul - 1/9/07 1.000 (9/9) Lanay Montgomery....................Elon - 12/28/15 1.000 (9/9) Lanay Montgomery.......... Longwood - 12/17/16 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 1.000 (7/7) Teana Muldrow................ Longwood - 12/17/16 1.000 (7/7) Lanay Montgomery............................................ Charleston Southern - 11/12/16 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................................ Syracuse - 2/297 Rebecca Burbridge............................UCLA - 11/22/98 Mandy Ronay...................................Rutgers - 1/22/00 Kate Bulger................................ Duquesne - 11/20/01 Tynice Martin.............Oklahoma State - 2/11/17

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 .750 (6/8) Christie Lambert............Massachusetts - 2/2/95 .750 (6/8) Katrina Pardee..............Coppin State - 12/10/17 .750 (6/8) Tynice Martin....................... Pitt – 12/8/18 .750 (6/8) Katrina Pardee.................... Niagara – 12/29/18 .750 (6/8) Tynice Martin............... Oklahoma - 2/7/17 .727 (8/11) Christie Lambert........ St. Bonaventure - 2/23/95 .714 (5/7) Judy Eaton...........George Washington - 1/23/88 .714 (5/7) Debbie Blazek...........................Rutgers - 2/2/94 .714 (5/7) Christie Lambert.....North Carolina-Asheville - 11/25/95 .714 (5/7) Rebecca Burbridge................ Syracuse - 2/21/96 .714 (5/7) Christie Lambert............. Georgetown - 1/29/97 .714 (5/7) Rebecca Burbridge.Youngstown State - 11/19/97 .714 (5/7) Christie Lambert........................... Pitt - 1/31/98 .714 (5/7) Kate Bulger........................Providence - 2/17/01 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger................. Northwestern - 11/22/04 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger............................ St. John’s - 2/8/05 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger...............................Maine - 3/18/05 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger..................... Georgetown - 1/14/06 .714 (5/7) Sherell Sowho.......................Kentucky - 3/28/05 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger...................Rhode Island - 11/24/07 .714 (5/7) Teana Muldrow........................Buffalo - 3/19/15 .714 (5/7) Teana Muldrow.................Kansas State - 1/1/17

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 14 Teana Muldrow............................. St. John’s - 3/25/18 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 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. 9 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) Rebecca Burbridge...... Robert Morris - 12/14/96


1.000 (12/12) Yolanda Paige...................... St. John’s - 3/21/05 1.000 (11/11) Meg Bulger........................... Marshall - 1/25/06 1.000 (10/10) Jenny Hillen............... St. Bonaventure - 1/10/87 1.000 (10/10) Rebecca Burbridge........ Georgetown - 12/10/98 1.000 (10/10) Linda Stepney.....................Oklahoma - 1/18/14 1.000 (10/10) Tynice Martin................... Howard - 11/15/16 1.000 (9/9) Cindy Winegar...................... Marshall - 1/10/79 1.000 (9/9) Rosemary Kosiorek.....................Temple - 3/6/91 1.000 (9/9) Amanda Hayes.......... St. Bonaventure - 1/29/94 1.000 (9/9) Tynice Martin.........North Carolina A&T - 11/22/16 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 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 9 Sarah Miles............ Central Connecticut State - 1/2/11 8 Cindy (Sam) Booth.....................West Liberty - 1/15/75 8 Cindy (Sam) Booth.....................West Liberty - 2/11/75 8 Carol Mousseau.....................Davis & Elkins - 2/20/76 8 J.D. Drummonds................................DePaul - 12/5/80 8 Alexis Basil............................Massachusetts - 1/19/87 8 Dionne Morris..............................Alabama - 11/25/88 8 Jenny Hillen...........................Massachusetts - 2/23/89 8 Rosemary Kosiorek..................George Mason - 1/3/90 8 Christie Ammons.................. Robert Morris - 12/10/95 8 Talisha Hargis.....................................Miami - 1/25/96 8 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence - 12/4/96 8 Maria Tchobanova..............................Miami - 1/22/97 8 Yolanda Paige.................................. St. John’s - 3/6/04

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 48 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 47 Judy Eaton.....................George Washington - 1/23/88 47 LaQuita Owens.................................Villanova - 1/6/07 47 Teana Muldrow..............................Oklahoma - 2/7/17 TRIPLE DOUBLES 17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 steals Jean Mewshaw.....................................Shepherd - 2/19/76 26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 blocks Georgeann Wells.............................Massachusetts - 3/1/85 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks Georgeann Wells............................Rhode Island - 11/25/85 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists Dionne Morris........................... St. Bonaventure - 12/21/87 13 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists Naomi Davenport........................vs. Coppin State - 11/6/18 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

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Christie Lambert................................Temple - 1/28/95 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 Donna Abbott................George Washington - 1/29/90 Talisha Hargis............................Providence - 12/10/96 Liz Repella..............................................USF - 2/21/09 Mary Hennen........................................ Salem - 2/9/76 Cathy Parson............................... Penn State - 1/18/82 Georgeann Wells........................... Penn State - 2/8/86 Rosemary Kosiorek............................... Pitt - 12/21/91 Talisha Hargis........................................... Pitt - 2/9/97 Kate Bulger.......................... Robert Morris - 12/30/01 Taylor Palmer..................Youngstown State - 11/11/11 Teana Muldrow............................. St. John’s - 3/25/18 Cathy Parson..................................Edinboro - 12/7/80 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne - 2/11/89 Rosemary Kosiorek.............. St. Bonaventure - 1/24/91 Lisa Szymczak.................Youngstown State - 11/30/93 Talisha Hargis...........................Rhode Island - 1/10/95 Yolanda Paige............................. Duquesne - 12/20/03 Madina Ali...................................... Syracuse - 1/15/11 Bria Holmes.................................Evansville - 11/26/14 Naomi Davenport................................TCU - 12/28/17 Tynice Martin.............................. Baylor - 3/6/17 Cathy Parson.......................Charleston, W.Va. - 2/8/82 Rosemary Kosiorek................... Saint Joseph’s - 1/9/92 Rosemary Kosiorek................Massachusetts - 1/30/92 Talisha Hargis..............................Providence - 12/4/96 Talisha Hargis......................Bowling Green - 12/13/97 Rebecca Burbridge...............................Miami - 2/3/99 Meg Bulger....................................Kentucky - 3/28/05 Takisha Granberry..................... Georgetown - 2/18/09 Bria Holmes................................Kansas State - 2/8/14 J.D. Drummonds.............Western Michigan - 12/27/80 J.D. Drummonds....................Mount Mercy - 12/30/80 J.D. Drummonds..................................... Pitt - 1/14/81 Donna Abbott............................Wake Forest - 12/1/90 Rosemary Kosiorek...........................Rutgers - 2/28/91 Lisa Szymczak.....................................Rutgers - 2/2/94 Talisha Hargis............................... Marshall - 12/17/96 Meg Bulger.................................. Duquesne - 12/4/04 Meg Bulger........................... East Carolina - 12/21/04 Meg Bulger..................................Seton Hall - 1/15/05 LaQuita Owens...............................Louisville - 2/26/07 Takisha Granberry..............New Jersey Tech - 11/28/08 Taylor Palmer...................................Oklahoma -1/2/13 Bria Holmes.............................................TCU - 2/4/15 Bria Holmes...........................................TCU - 2/24/16 Tynice Martin.............Oklahoma State - 2/11/17 Teana Muldrow.. Central Connecticut State - 11/10/17

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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 .727 (8/1) Kari Niblack Eastern Kentucky – 12/15/18 .706 (12/17) Mary Hennen...................West Liberty - 2/11/76 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 5 Kate Bulger..................................... Liberty - 11/25/00 5 Kate Bulger.................................Providence - 2/17/01 5 Teana Muldrow.................................Buffalo - 3/19/15 5 Madisen Smith.................... Iowa State – 2/9/19

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As a freshman, Mary Hennen scored 33 points against Salem on Feb. 9, 1976.

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 10 Madisen Smith.................... Iowa State – 2/9/19 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) .600 (3/5) .600 (3/5) .600 (3/5) .600 (3/5) .600 (6/10) .600 (3/5) .600 (3/5) .600 (3/5) .600 (3/5)

Rebecca Burbridge...............St. John's - 1/21/96 Rebecca Burbridge.......... Georgetown - 1/28/96 Kate Bulger....................... Richmond - 12/22/00 Kate Bulger............................. Marshall - 1/9/01 Meg Bulger..........................St. John's - 1/13/04 Taylor Palmer......................High Point - 12/4/10 Teana Muldrow.........................Baylor - 2/15/15 Katrina Pardee...........................USC - 11/23/15 Madisen Smith.....................TCU – 2/16/19 Madisen Smith.Oklahoma State – 2/20/19

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 11 Kari Niblack..........................Towson – 12/20/18 9 Jenny Hillen.......................San Diego State - 12/31/85 9 Amanda Hayes..............George Washington - 1/20/93 9 Amanda Hayes............................... Duquesne - 2/4/93 9 Maria Tchobanova..........................Seton Hall - 2/3/96 9 Mandy Ronay........................................... Pitt - 2/9/97 9 Brandi Batch.............................. Ohio State - 12/20/98 8 Olivia Bradley............................. Virginia Tech - 1/2/82 8 Olivia Bradley.................................. Howard - 2/18/82 8 Jenny Hillen.........................................Temple - 2/1/86 8 Donna Abbott............................... Duquesne - 2/11/89 8 Talisha Hargis............................... Richmond - 12/4/94


FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 16 Olivia Bradley.................................. Howard - 2/18/82 15 Cindy Triplett................................ Marshall - 12/15/80 15 Donna Abbott.........................Saint Joseph's - 2/18/89 14 Yolanda Paige...................................Rutgers - 1/12/02 14 Kari Niblack..........................Towson – 12/20/18 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 12 Kari Niblack............................... Rider – 3/21/19 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 11 Kari Niblack....................... Oklahoma – 2/23/19

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 10 Madisen Smith..............................TCU – 2/16/19 9 Cindy Triplett....................................Villanova - 2/2/80 9 Alexis Basil............................... Virginia Tech - 1/13/84 9 Kim Houser...............................Rhode Island - 2/11/84 9 Dionne Morris..........................Rhode Island - 1/13/86 9 Rosemary Kosiorek............................... Pitt - 12/30/88 8 Linda Findo............................ Morris Harvey - 1/24/76 8 Cathy Parson............................ Virginia Tech - 2/20/80 8 Dionne Morris...............George Washington - 2/15/86 8 Dionne Morris.......................Massachusetts - 2/20/86 8 Amanda Hayes...................................Xavier - 12/8/92 8 Christie Ammons.........Northeastern Illinois - 12/30/93 8 Yolanda Paige...................................Villanova - 1/3/02 8 Ashley Powell.................... UNC Greensboro - 12/3/05 8 Kari Niblack..............Oklahoma State – 2/20/19

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 .786 (11/14) Kari Niblack..................Towson – 12/20/18 .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 9 Mary Hennen.................................. Marshall - 2/21/76 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 10 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................Temple - 3/2/89 10 Yolanda Paige............................. Duquesne - 11/20/01 10 Ashley Powell.................................Louisville - 1/10/06 9 Alexis Basil.................................... Penn State - 2/2/84 9 Kim Houser...............................Rhode Island - 2/11/84 9 Rosemary Kosiorek....................... Duquesne - 2/11/89 9 Christie Ammons...............................Temple - 2/12/94 9 Christie Ammons.................................Temple - 3/9/94 9 Talisha Hargis........................ St. Bonaventure - 2/8/95

Georgeann Wells holds three of the top 10 freshman blocked shot records.

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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 Ashley Jones...... Central Connecticut State – 11/10/17 Ashley Jones..........................Coppin State – 12/10/17

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 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....................................... at 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

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 40 Madisen Smith..........................Baylor – 1/20/19 40 Madisen Smith...........................Kansas – 2/3/19 40 Madisen Smith.................... Iowa State – 2/9/19 40 Madisen Smith................... Texas Tech – 2/13/19 40 Madisen Smith................... Oklahoma – 2/23/19 40 Madisen Smith................. Kansas State – 3/4/19 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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POINTS 36 Meg Bulger.................................... Marshall - 1/11/05 35 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 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 32 Tynice Martin.............................. Baylor - 3/6/17 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 14 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 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 24 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 24 Tynice Martin................................Elon - 3/17/17 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 7 Tynice Martin.............Oklahoma State - 2/11/17 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 6 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 5 on 17 different occasions

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Maria Tchobanova...............Bowling Green - 11/25/96 Meg Bulger.................................... Marshall - 1/11/05 Asya Bussie ..................................Providence - 2/1/11 Tynice Martin........................Howard - 11/15/16

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 15 Tynice Martin.............................. Baylor - 3/6/17

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 .800 (4/5) Meg Bulger................. Boston College - 1/20/05 .800 (4/5) Kate Glusko.......................Providence - 2/22/05 .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 .800 (4/5) Katrina Pardee...........Oklahoma State - 2/11/17 .800 (4/5) Katrina Pardee.............................Elon - 3/17/17 .750 (6/8) Tynice Martin............... Oklahoma - 2/7/17 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 12 Tynice Martin.............................. Baylor - 3/6/17 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 10 Talisha Hargis.................Youngstown State - 12/16/95 10 Talisha Hargis................................... Syracuse - 3/2/96

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 1.000 (10/10)................................................................... Tynice Martin....................................Howard - 11/15/16 .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 .900 (9/10) Tynice Martin.......................Elon - 3/17/17 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 10 Dionne Morris.............................. Duquesne - 1/31/87 10 Christie Ammons...............................Temple - 2/13/95 10 Yolanda Paige.................................. UMKC - 12/29/02


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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 48 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 45 Rosemary Kosiorek................... Pepperdine - 11/27/89 45 Kate Bulger................................ Georgetown - 2/6/02 45 Sherell Sowho............................ Georgetown - 2/6/02 44 Dionne Morris.......................Massachusetts - 1/19/87 44 Jenny Hillen...........................Massachusetts - 1/19/87 44 Rosemary Kosiorek............................Temple - 1/11/90

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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 35 Tynice Martin........................ Oklahoma - 2/7/17 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 32 Tynice Martin.............................. Baylor - 3/6/17 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 30 Tynice Martin.............Oklahoma State - 2/11/17

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

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Yolanda Paige................................. Syracuse - 2/26/03 Yolanda Paige.............................. Connecticut - 3/4/03 Ashley Powell.................................Louisville - 2/26/07 Linda Stepney.......................... Appalachian -12/28/12 Katrina Pardee........................... Longwood - 12/17/16

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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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 .833 (10/12) Naomi Davenport..Sacramento State - 11/14/17 .818 (9/11) Yolanda Paige................... Duquesne - 12/20/03 .818 (9/11) Ayana Dunning..........................Elon - 12/31/11 .800 (8/10) Christie Lambert........................... Pitt - 1/31/98 .800 (8/10) Sherell Sowho............... Robert Morris - 12/7/02 .800 (12/15) Olayinka Sanni............St. Francis, Pa. - 12/30/06 .786 (11/14) Kate Bulger................... Robert Morris - 12/7/02 .786 (11/14) 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 6 Chania Ray.................................Kansas State - 1/1/17 6 Katrina Pardee........................Coppin State - 12/10/17 6 Katrina Pardee............................. Texas Tech - 1/24/18 6 Tynice Martin................................. Pitt - 12/8/19 6 Tynice Martin................................ TCU - 2/16/19

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 32 Naomi Davenport................................TCU - 12/28/17 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

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Bria Holmes................................ Duquesne - 12/10/14 Naomi Davenport................................TCU - 12/28/17 Olivia Bradley.........................Georgia Tech - 12/16/83 Judy Eaton..................................Kent State - 11/28/87 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 27 Tynice Martin..................Kansas State - 2/27/19 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

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 12 Naomi Davenport................Oklahoma State - 1/17/18 12 Tynice Martin..................Kansas State - 2/27/19 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 5 att.) .833 (5/6) Sherell Sowho....................... Marshall - 1/22/03 .800 (4/5) Naomi Davenport........................TCU - 1/13/18 .800 (4/5) Kate Bulger.......Missouri-Kansas City - 11/29/02 .800 (4/5) Tynice Martin.Eastern Kentucky - 11/24/19 .750 (6/8) Katrina Pardee..............Coppin State - 12/10/17 .750 (6/8) Tynice Martin........................ Pitt - 12/8/19 .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 .714 (5/7) Meg Bulger..................... Georgetown - 1/14/06 .714 (5/7) Liz Repella....................... Ohio State - 11/19/09 .714 (5/7) Liz Repella.......................Notre Dame - 1/24/10 .714 (5/7) Christal Caldwell........Oklahoma State - 1/29/13 .714 (5/7) Teana Muldrow.................Kansas State - 1/1/17 .714 (5/7) Katrina Pardee............ Morgan State - 12/18/17 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


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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

Yolanda Paige............................. Duquesne - 12/20/03 Cindy Winegar....................................Towson - 2/2/79 Talisha Hargis..................................... Ohio - 12/30/96 Teana Muldrow..............................Oklahoma - 2/7/17

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 14 Naomi Davenport.......................... Iowa State - 1/7/18

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

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 .923 (12/13) Teana Muldrow.....................Oklahoma - 2/7/17 .900 (18/20) Talisha Hargis................................. Pitt - 2/9/77 .900 (9/10) Meg Bulger...........................Louisville - 1/10/06 .900 (9/10) Teana Muldrow............................TCU - 2/22/17 .900 (9/10) Tynice Martin.................... Kansas - 2/3/19 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 8 Leslie Sergy...................................Shepherd - 2/19/76 8 Olivia Bradley..................................Cheyney - 1/21/84 8 Ayana Dunning............................... Syracuse - 12/7/11 7 Donna Abbott........................ St. Bonaventure - 2/4/91 7 Donna Abbott......................... Saint Joseph’s - 2/16/91 7 Christy Cooper.......................Massachusetts - 1/30/93 7 Christy Cooper..........................Rhode Island - 2/27/93 7 Michelle Carter............................Notre Dame - 2/1/03 7 Michelle Carter............................... Syracuse - 2/26/03 7 Olayinka Sanni......................... Texas A&M - 11/24/06 7 Olayinka Sanni............................American - 11/25/06 7 Olayinka Sanni..............................Houston - 11/30/06 7 Olayinka Sanni.............................Seton Hall - 1/16/07 7 Korinne Campbell...........................Towson - 11/13/09 7 Asya Bussie......................................Rutgers - 2/15/12 7 Lanay Montgomery............................Kansas - 1/16/16 7 Teana Muldrow..............................Oklahoma - 2/7/17

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.

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 12 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................Temple - 3/6/91 12 Christie Ammons............Youngstown State - 12/16/95 12 Yolanda Paige................................. Marshall - 1/21/04 12 Yolanda Paige................................Providence - 2/4/04 12 Yolanda Paige.....................................Miami - 2/28/04 11 Mandy Ronay..............................Notre Dame - 1/7/99 11 Mandy Ronay................................. Marshall - 1/27/99 11 Mandy Ronay................................. Syracuse - 2/10/99 11 Yolanda Paige......................................... Pitt - 1/31/04 11 Ashley Powell..........................Presbyterian - 12/15/07 11 Chania Ray.................Charleston Southern - 11/12/16 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 7 Bria Holmes....................................Oklahoma - 3/7/15 7 Bria Holmes............................ Saint Francis - 12/29/14

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 47 Teana Muldrow..............................Oklahoma - 2/7/17 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 44 Chania Ray.....................................Oklahoma - 2/7/17 44 Naomi Davenport.........................Oklahoma - 1/14/18 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 32 Naomi Davenport................................TCU - 12/28/18 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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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 Teana Muldrow............................. St. John’s - 3/25/18 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 25 Teana Muldrow........................ Virginia Tech - 3/28/18 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.) .909 (10/11) Lanay Montgomery.. Morehead State - 11/30/16 .900 (9/10) Teana Muldrow ............Coppin State - 12/10/17 .900 (9/10) Sherell Sowho............. Northwestern - 11/22/04 .900 (9/10) LaQuita Owens.............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 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 6 Meg Bulger...................................Oakland - 12/17/07 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

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Rebecca Burbridge............................UCLA - 11/22/98 Christie Lambert..........................Notre Dame - 1/7/99 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 .889 (8/9) Takisha Granberry....New Jersey Tech - 11/28/08 .833 (5/6) Talisha Hargis.................... Connecticut - 3/1/98 .800 (4/5) Jocelyn Branham..........Massachusetts - 1/30/92 .800 (4/5) Meg Bulger......................... Duquesne - 12/7/07 .800 (4/5) Meg Bulger...........................Villanova - 2/23/08 .800 (4/5) LaQuita Owens.............Rhode Island - 11/24/07 .800 (4/5) LaQuita Owens............ St. Bonaventre - 12/1/07 .800 (4/5) Liz Repella..........................High Point - 12/4/10 .800 (4/5) Liz Repella................................Baylor - 3/22/11

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Judy Eaton.....................Arizona State - 12/3/88 Sherell Sowho.......................Kentucky - 3/28/05 Meg Bulger...................Rhode Island - 11/24/07 Chania Ray .................. Virginia Tech - 11/25/17

FREE THROWS MADE 19 Georgeann Wells........................... Penn State - 2/8/86 14 Talisha Hargis............................ Ohio State - 12/16/97 14 Teana Muldrow............................. St. John’s - 3/25/18 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


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Liz Repella.......................................Houston - 3/20/11 Asya Bussie................................. Texas Tech - 1/22/14 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 Teana Muldrow............................. St. John’s - 3/25/18 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 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 .933 (14/15) Teana Muldrow.................... St. John’s - 3/25/18 .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

Georgeann Wells.................................Drake - 12/6/85 Georgeann Wells.......................Illinois State - 12/7/85 Georgeann Wells...............................Temple - 2/10/86 Lanay Montgomery.................Coppin State - 11/19/16 Kate Bulger..................................... St. John’s - 3/6/04 Lanay Montgomery............Morehead State - 11/30/16 Lanay Montgomery............................Kansas - 1/18/17 Teana Muldrow........................ Virginia Tech - 3/28/18 Teana Muldrow.................................Texas - 12/31/17

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

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

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Yolanda Paige........................ East Carolina - 12/21/02 Yolanda Paige................................. Marshall - 1/11/05 Yolanda Paige........................................... Pitt - 3/5/05 Yolanda Paige............................... Duquesne - 12/4/04 Yolanda Paige................................. Syracuse - 1/26/05 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 Chania Ray...................................Oklahoma - 2/17/18

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

MINUTES PLAYED 50 Yolanda Paige.................................Kentucky - 3/28/05 46 Lisa Ribble.........................................Temple - 1/26/85 45 Darya Kudryavtseva................................. Pitt -1/13/01 45 Sherell Sowho................................. UMKC - 12/30/03 45 Takisha Granberry................................DePaul - 3/7/09 45 Averee Fields......................................... Texas - 3/1/15 45 Bria Holmes.........................................USC - 11/23/15 45 Chania Ray...................................Oklahoma - 2/17/18 45 Chania Ray............................................TCU - 1/13/18 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 44 Teana Muldrow............................Oklahoma - 2/17/18 TRIPLE DOUBLES 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks Georgeann Wells............................Rhode Island - 11/25/85 13 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists Naomi Davenport.............................Coppin State - 11/6/19 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 33 Teana Muldrow............................. St. John’s - 3/25/18 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 Teana Muldrow.. Central Connecticut State - 11/10/17 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 699 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 693 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 683 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 663 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 651 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 597 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 592 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 589 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 587 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 575 Tynice Martin ............................................. 2019 543 Liz Repella...........................................................2009 533 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2008 530 Takisha Granberry................................................2009 524 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 522 Lisa Szymczak......................................................1994 519 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 517 Naomi Davenport ...............................................2019 516 Bria Holmes.........................................................2014 511 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 508 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 507 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1989 503 Alexis Basil..........................................................1987 502 Donna Abbott......................................................1990 500 Liz Repella...........................................................2011

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TOTAL POINTS 730 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 716 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 699 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 693 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 683 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 663 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 651 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 597 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 592 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 589 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 587 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 575 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 543 Liz Repella...........................................................2009 533 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2008 530 Takisha Granberry................................................2009 524 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 522 Lisa Szymczak......................................................1994 519 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 517 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 516 Bria Holmes.........................................................2014

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 82 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 81 LaQuita Owens....................................................2008 78 Tynice Martin ............................................. 2019 77 Kate Bulger.........................................................2003

TOTAL REBOUNDS 458 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 386 Olivia Bradley......................................................1984 358 Olivia Bradley......................................................1983 348 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 324 Georgeann Wells.................................................1985 317 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 312 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 299 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 296 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 294 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2015

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 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 209 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 208 LaQuita Owens....................................................2008 208 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 122 Mary Hennen.......................................................1976 116 Donna Abbott......................................................1990 115 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2008 113 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 113 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 111 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2015 107 Arielle Roberson..................................................2016 105 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 104 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 101 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2007

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 .422 (35/83) Alexis Brewer........................................2017 .422 (38/90) Katrina Pardee......................................2019

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

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 18.9 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 18.8 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 FIELD GOALS MADE 300 J.D. Drummonds................................................. 1981 292 Cathy Parson...................................................... 1981 267 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 267 Bria Holmes........................................................ 2015 257 Rosemary Kosiorek............................................. 1992 254 Cathy Parson...................................................... 1982 247 Meg Bulger........................................................ 2005 227 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2008 227 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017

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FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 669 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 657 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 571 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 555 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 549 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 543 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1980 537 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 531 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 519 Tynice Martin ............................................. 2019 513 Alexis Basil..........................................................1987 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 att.) .665 (157/236) Lanay Montgomery..............................2017 .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

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

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Donna Abbott......................................................1991 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1997 Asya Bussie.........................................................2012

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 190 Olivia Bradley..................................................... 1985 190 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 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 (70/83) Chania Ray............................................2017 .843 (43/51) Meg Bulger...........................................2004 .842 (48/57) Rebecca Burbridge................................1998 .838 (67/80) Jenny Hillen...........................................1986

ASSISTS 297 Yolanda Paige......................................................2005 253 Yolanda Paige......................................................2004 206 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 203 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 203 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 200 Sarah Miles.........................................................2010 199 Yolanda Paige......................................................2003


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Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1989 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 Ashley Powell......................................................2009 Lisa Ribble...........................................................1985

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 Lisa Ribble...........................................................1985 5.9 Sarah Miles.........................................................2010 5.9 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 5.8 Dionne Morris.....................................................1988 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 99 Lanay Montogmery..............................................2017 97 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 73 Asya Bussie.........................................................2012 72 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 71 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 55 Georgeann Wells.................................................1983 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 125 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 121 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 121 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 119 Jenny Hillen........................................................ 1989 PERSONAL FOULS 119 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 118 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1997 116 Chakhia Cole.......................................................2005 112 Madina Ali...........................................................2010 112 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 109 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 109 Madina Ali...........................................................2011

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Averee Fields.......................................................2015 Tracey Slogik........................................................1988 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2006 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017

DISQUALIFICATIONS 11 Tracey Slogik...................................................... 1988 11 Chakhia Cole..................................................... 2005 10 Tracey Slogik...................................................... 1987 9 Maria Tchobanova............................................. 1996 9 Maria Tchobanova............................................. 1997 9 Maria Tchobanova............................................. 1998 8 Lori Wilson........................................................ 1989 7 Laurie Evans...................................................... 1979 7 Tracey Slogik...................................................... 1990 7 Brandi Batch...................................................... 1999 7 Meg Bulger....................................................... 2005 MINUTES PLAYED 1,389 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 1,353 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 1,325 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 1,325 Yolanda Paige......................................................2005 1,315 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 1,312 Linda Stepney......................................................2015 1,283 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 1,246 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 1,235 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 1,227 Yolanda Paige......................................................2004 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 37.0 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 36.6 Bria Holmes....................................................... 2015 36.5 Alexis Basil........................................................ 1987 36.4 Georgeann Wells............................................... 1986 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 37 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 37 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 37 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 37 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 37 Ashley Jones........................................................2018 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 35 Tynice Maritn.......................................................2017

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Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 Kristina King........................................................2017

GAMES STARTED 38 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 38 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 38 Linda Stepney......................................................2015 37 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 37 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 37 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 37 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 35 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 35 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 35 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 35 Christal Caldwell.................................................2014 35 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 35 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 35 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2016 35 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 35 Lanay Montgomery .............................................2017 35 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 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 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 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 19 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 18 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 16 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 15 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 15 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 15 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 15 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 14 Lisa Szymczak......................................................1994 14 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 13 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 11 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 11 Cathy Parson.......................................................1983 11 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 30-POINT GAMES 5 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 4 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 4 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 3 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 3 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 3 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 3 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 2 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 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 101 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 89 Rebecca Burbridge..............................................1996

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 125 Mary Hennen.......................................................1976 104 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 96 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 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

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 .327 (33/101) Madisen Smith................................2019 .315 (23/73) Val Zona................................................1999 .299 (47/157) Teana Muldrow.....................................2015

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 7.0 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 6.7 Lisa Morton.........................................................1977

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 121 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 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

ASSISTS 190 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1989 153 Yolanda Paige......................................................2002 134 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 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

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 .516 (99/192) Kari Niblack.....................................2019 .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 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 33 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 31 Meg Bulger.........................................................2004 30 Talisha Hargis......................................................1995 28 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2016

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FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 217 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 190 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 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

ASSIST AVERAGE 6.1 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1989 5.5 Yolanda Paige......................................................2002 4.1 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 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

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 48 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019

REBOUNDS 282 Olivia Bradley......................................................1982 248 Chakhia Cole.......................................................2005 244 Mary Hennen.......................................................1976 231 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 210 Betsy Shaw..........................................................1980 194 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 182 Donna Abbott......................................................1989 177 Christie Lambert..................................................1995 176 Lori Wilson..........................................................1989 174 Lisa Morton.........................................................1977

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


BLOCKED SHOTS 72 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 55 Georgeann Wells.................................................1983 42 Olivia Bradley......................................................1982 40 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 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 99 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 96 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1986 96 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1996 PERSONAL FOULS 119 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 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 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 6 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 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 1,030 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 986 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1989 949 Dionne Morris.....................................................1986 948 Natalie Burton.....................................................2009 933 Kate Bulger.........................................................2001 920 Talisha Hargis......................................................1995 896 Alexis Basil..........................................................1984 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 31.2 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 31.0 Jenni Kurucz........................................................1986

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Alexis Basil..........................................................1984 Judy Eaton...........................................................1986

GAMES PLAYED 38 Teana Muldrow...................................................2015 37 Ashley Jones........................................................2018 35 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 35 Destiny Harden....................................................2018 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 33 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 33 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 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 29 Madisen Smith............................................ 2019 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 5 Kari Niblack................................................ 2019 4 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1989 4 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1996 3 Lisa Morton.........................................................1977 3 Betsy Shaw..........................................................1980 3 Cindy Triplett.......................................................1981 3 Lori Wilson..........................................................1989 3 Yolanda Paige......................................................2002 2 Asya Bussie.........................................................2010 2 Cindy Winegar.....................................................1977 2 Dionne Morris.....................................................1986 2 Amanda Hayes....................................................1993 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

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

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Alexis Basil..........................................................1984 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1989 Ilse Opstaele........................................................1996 Rebecca Burbridge..............................................1996 Teana Muldrow...................................................2015 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2016 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 1 Christie Lambert..................................................1995

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SOPHOMORE SEASON LEADERS POINTS 683 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 663 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 651 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 241 Taylor Palmer.......................................................2012 208 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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 137 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2017

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 18.6 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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 .422 (35/83) Alexis Brewer........................................2017 .402 (76/189) Kate Bulger...........................................2002 .394 (54/137) Katrina Pardee .....................................2017 .394 (50/127) Christie Lambert...................................1997 .365 (76/208) Tynice Martin..................................2017 .364 (20/55) Lisa Szymczak.......................................1994 .343 (70/207) Bria Holmes..........................................2014

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

FREE THROWS MADE 154 Donna Abbott......................................................1990 147 Talisha Hargis......................................................1996 128 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1997 121 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 114 Asya Bussie.........................................................2011 112 Lisa Szymczak......................................................1994 99 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 97 Liz Repella...........................................................2009 97 Sarah Miles.........................................................2009 94 Rebecca Burbridge..............................................1997

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

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 148 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 142 Pat Hovorka.........................................................1980 142 Lisa Szymczak......................................................1994 139 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981

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

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 .818 (121/148) Tynice Martin..................................2017 .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

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

FIELD GOALS MADE 292 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 247 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 227 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 657 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 571 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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 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 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 88 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 76 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 76 Kate Bulger.........................................................2002 74 Taylor Palmer.......................................................2012 70 Bria Holmes.........................................................2014 66 Liz Repella...........................................................2009 54 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2017 53 Sparkle Davis.......................................................2007 50 Christie Lambert..................................................1997 47 LaQuita Owens....................................................2006

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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 PER GAME 5.6 Cindy (Sam) Booth...............................................1975 3.9 Talisha Hargis......................................................1996 3.3 Jean Mewshaw...................................................1976 2.8 Donna Abbott......................................................1990 2.7 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1987 2.6 Cindy Winegar.....................................................1978 2.5 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1990 2.5 Alexis Basil..........................................................1985 2.5 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1997 2.5 Sara Roberts........................................................1975


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 1,246 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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 MINUTES PER GAME 37.3 Kate Bulger.........................................................2002 36.3 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 35.6 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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

GAMES PLAYED 38 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2015 35 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 35 Bre McDonald.....................................................2015 35 Natalie Burton.....................................................2010 34 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2017 34 Bria Holmes.........................................................2014 34 Christal Caldwell.................................................2012 34 Jess Harlee..........................................................2012 34 Taylor Palmer.......................................................2012 34 Asya Bussie.........................................................2011 34 Ayana Dunning....................................................2011 34 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 GAMES STARTED 37 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2015 35 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 34 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 34 Asya Bussie.........................................................2011 33 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2017 33 Liz Repella...........................................................2009 33 Sarah Miles.........................................................2009 32 Bria Holmes.........................................................2014 32 Jess Harlee..........................................................2012 31 Chakhia Cole.......................................................2006 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 2 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 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 1 Asya Bussie.........................................................2011 1 Jess Harlee..........................................................2012 1 Teana Muldrow...................................................2016 1 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017

20-POINT GAMES 18 Cathy Parson.......................................................1981 16 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 14 Lisa Szymczak......................................................1994 13 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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 30-POINT GAMES 5 Meg Bulger.........................................................2005 3 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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 651 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2017 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 597 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 592 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 587 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 575 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 519 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 508 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 487 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 467 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1980 459 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 SCORING AVERAGE 20.2 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 19.8 Meg Bulger.........................................................2006 19.1 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 18.8 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 18.0 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 17.9 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 16.1 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1980 16.1 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 15.8 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 15.8 Kate Bulger.........................................................2003 FIELD GOALS MADE 267 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 253 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 226 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 223 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 201 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1980 197 Tynice Martin ............................................. 2019 186 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 182 Georgeann Wells.................................................1985 178 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 178 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2007 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 669 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 543 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1980 538 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 519 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 507 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 476 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 455 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 426 Christal Caldwell.................................................2013 419 Judy Eaton...........................................................1988 416 Georgeann Wells.................................................1985 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 .528 (95/180) Kristina King.........................................2017 .505 (56/111) Lateefah Joye........................................2007 .502 (112/223) Mary Hennen........................................1978 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 91 LaQuita Owens....................................................2007 82 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 78 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 77 Kate Bulger.........................................................2003 70 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 61 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 60 Taylor Palmer.......................................................2013 63 Meg Bulger.........................................................2006 54 Judy Eaton...........................................................1988 53 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 267 LaQuita Owens....................................................2007 220 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 209 Liz Repella...........................................................2010

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Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 Taylor Palmer.......................................................2013 Christie Lambert..................................................1998 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 Kate Bulger.........................................................2003 Meg Bulger.........................................................2006

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 .392 (82/209) Katrina Pardee......................................2018 .386 (22/57) Christie Ammons..................................1996 .379 (78/206) Tynice Martin..................................2019 .372 (32/86) Teana Muldrow.....................................2017 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 104 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 103 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 97 Olivia Bradley......................................................1984 93 Olayinka Sanni....................................................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 133 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .843 (70/83) Chania Ray............................................2017 .842 (48/57) Rebecca Burbridge................................1998 .831 (103/124) Tynice Martin .................................2019 .826 (76/92) Katrina Pardee......................................2018 .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 .798 (67/84) Lucky Rudd......................................2019 REBOUNDS 386 Olivia Bradley......................................................1984 324 Georgeann Wells.................................................1985 299 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 296 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 286 Ayana Dunning....................................................2012 284 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 264 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 259 Korinne Campbell................................................2010 246 Madina Ali...........................................................2010 241 Dionne Morris.....................................................1988 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 113 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 101 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2007 98 Asya Bussie.........................................................2012 93 Korinne Campbell................................................2010 92 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 85 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 84 Mary Hennen.......................................................1978

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Ayana Dunning....................................................2012 Madina Ali...........................................................2010 Christy Cooper.....................................................1993

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 8.5 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 8.4 Ayana Dunning....................................................2012 8.1 Christy Cooper.....................................................1993 8.1 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 ASSISTS 253 Yolanda Paige......................................................2004 206 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 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 ASSIST AVERAGE 7.9 Yolanda Paige......................................................2004 6.2 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 5.9 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 5.8 Dionne Morris.....................................................1988 5.7 Sarah Miles.........................................................2010 4.9 Mandy Ronay......................................................1999 4.5 Cindy Winegar.....................................................1979 4.3 Ashley Powell......................................................2008 4.3 Lisa Ribble...........................................................1984 4.0 Christie Ammons.................................................1996 STEALS 103 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1988 95 Sarah Miles.........................................................2010 89 Jean Mewshaw...................................................1978 85 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 83 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 78 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 69 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 68 Dionne Morris.....................................................1988 67 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1998 64 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 STEALS PER GAME 3.7 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1988 3.4 Jean Mewshaw...................................................1978 3.2 Carol Mousseau..................................................1976 2.9 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 2.7 Sarah Miles.........................................................2010 2.7 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 2.7 Mary Hennen.......................................................1978 2.4 Dionne Morris.....................................................1988 2.4 Christy Cooper.....................................................1993 2.4 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1998 2.4 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 BLOCKED SHOTS 124 Georgeann Wells.................................................1985 97 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 73 Asya Bussie.........................................................2012 51 Olivia Bradley......................................................1984 39 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 37 Korinne Campbell................................................2010 35 Lori Wilson..........................................................1991 35 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 30 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2007


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TURNOVERS 157 Jean Mewshaw...................................................1978 145 Dionne Morris.....................................................1988 125 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 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 PERSONAL FOULS 112 Madina Ali...........................................................2010 105 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 102 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2007 101 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1998 100 Ayana Dunning....................................................2012 99 Brandi Batch........................................................2001 96 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 95 Olivia Bradley......................................................1984 93 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 93 Linda Stepney......................................................2014 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 1,283 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 1,227 Yolanda Paige......................................................2004 1,226 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 1,205 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 1,200 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 1,183 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 1,182 Sarah Miles.........................................................2010 1,107 Korinne Campbell................................................2010 1,104 Chakhia Cole.......................................................2007 MINUTES PER GAME 38.3 Yolanda Paige......................................................2004 37.0 Tynice Martin ............................................. 2019 36.6 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 35.4 Dionne Morris.....................................................1988 35.0 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 34.8 Sarah Miles.........................................................2010 34.7 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 34.5 Kate Bulger.........................................................2003 34.5 Chakhia Cole.......................................................2007 34.4 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1988 34.4 Judy Eaton...........................................................1988 GAMES PLAYED 38 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 37 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 37 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 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

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Bre McDonald.....................................................2015 Kristina King........................................................2017 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017

GAMES STARTED 38 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 37 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 37 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 35 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 35 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 35 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 34 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 34 Averee Fields.......................................................2014 34 Linda Stepney......................................................2014 34 Korinne Campbell................................................2010 34 Madina Ali...........................................................2010 34 Sarah Miles.........................................................2010 34 Asya Bussie.........................................................2012 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 9 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 8 Christy Cooper.....................................................1993 7 Dionne Morris.....................................................1988 6 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2007 6 Korinne Campbell................................................2010 6 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 6 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 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 3 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 2 Madina Ali...........................................................2010 2 Carol Mousseau..................................................1976 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 1 Lisa Szymczak......................................................1995 1 Adrienne Beard...................................................1997 1 Mandy Ronay......................................................1999 1 Eartha White.......................................................2002 1 Yelena Leuchanka................................................2005 1 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 1 Kristina King........................................................2017 1 Chania Ray..........................................................2017

20-POINT GAMES 15 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 15 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 15 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 14 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 11 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 10 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 9 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2007 7 Donna Abbott......................................................1991 7 Kate Bulger.........................................................2003 7 LaQuita Owens....................................................2007 7 Liz Repella...........................................................2010 6 Georgeann Wells.................................................1985 6 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017 5 Judy Eaton...........................................................1988 4 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1980 4 Olivia Bradley......................................................1984 4 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1988 4 Chakhia Cole.......................................................2007 4 Katrina Pardee.....................................................2018 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 1 Jessica Morton....................................................2015 1 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2016 1 Chania Ray..........................................................2017 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 1 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 700-POINT SEASONS 716 Bria Holmes.........................................................2015 500-POINT SEASONS 592 Cathy Parson.......................................................1982 597 Naomi Davenport................................................2018 587 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1991 575 Tynice Martin.............................................. 2019 519 Talisha Hargis......................................................1997 508 Teana Muldrow...................................................2017

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SENIOR SEASON LEADERS POINTS 730 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 699 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 693 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 589 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 533 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2008 530 Takisha Granberry................................................2009 524 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 517 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 511 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 507 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1989 SCORING AVERAGE 24.3 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 21.0 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 18.9 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 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 FIELD GOALS MADE 300 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 267 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 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 203 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 639 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 531 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 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 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .665 (157/236) Lanay Montgomery..............................2017 .588 (227/386) Olayinka Sanni......................................2008 .569 (95/167) Yelena Leuchanka.................................2006 .557 (257/461) Rosemary Kosiorek...............................1992 .527 (138/262) Kristina King.........................................2018 .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 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 55 Chania Ray..........................................................2018

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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 163 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 159 Mandy Ronay......................................................2000 153 Christie Lambert..................................................1999

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 115 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2008 113 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 107 Arielle Roberson..................................................2016 105 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 98 Madina Ali...........................................................2011 96 Donna Abbott......................................................1992 96 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 91 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 89 Crystal Leary........................................................2015 83 Takisha Granberry................................................2009 83 Naomi Davenport................................................2019

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) .444 (83/187) Meg Bulger ..........................................2008 .430 (52/121) Rebecca Burbridge................................1999 .422 (38/90) Katrina Pardee......................................2019 .404 (57/141) Darya Kudryavtseva..............................2001 .393 (92/234) Kate Bulger...........................................2004 .392 (67/171) Sherell Sowho.......................................2005 .392 (49/125) Naomi Davenport.................................2019 .389 (81/208) LaQuita Owens.....................................2008 .381 (94/247) Takisha Granberry.................................2009 .371 (26/70) Rosemary Kosiorek...............................1992

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 15.3 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 12.4 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 10.1 Donna Abbott......................................................1992 8.9 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 8.8 Mary Hennen.......................................................1979 8.6 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 8.1 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 7.9 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1999 7.8 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 7.5 Arielle Roberson..................................................2016

FREE THROWS MADE 190 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 179 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 139 Talisha Hargis......................................................1998 125 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 123 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1999 120 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 117 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1989 114 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 110 Anna Tillman.......................................................1993 106 Donna Abbott......................................................1992

ASSISTS 297 Yolanda Paige......................................................2005 203 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 203 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 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

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 152 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 150 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1989

ASSIST AVERAGE 8.7 Yolanda Paige......................................................2005 6.8 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 5.9 Lisa Ribble...........................................................1985 5.6 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 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

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 .822 (125/152) Teana Muldrow.....................................2018 .816 (71/87) Chania Ray............................................2018 .815 (75/92) Christal Caldwell...................................2014 .798 (67/84) Mandy Ronay........................................2000 .797 (51/64) Tracey Slogik.........................................1990

STEALS 114 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1989 103 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 98 Alexis Basil..........................................................1987 94 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 84 Donna Abbott......................................................1992 82 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 71 Dionne Morris.....................................................1989 71 Talisha Hargis......................................................1998 68 Liz Repella...........................................................2011 67 Averee Fields.......................................................2015

REBOUNDS 458 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 348 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 317 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 312 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 272 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 267 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 263 Donna Abbott......................................................1992 260 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 256 Arielle Roberson..................................................2016 241 Madina Ali...........................................................2011

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 2.2 Chania Ray..........................................................2018


BLOCKED SHOTS 140 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 99 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 71 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 54 Lori Wilson..........................................................1992 53 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 38 Ramika McGee....................................................2005 37 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 37 Arielle Roberson..................................................2016 36 Sherell Sowho.....................................................2005 34 Yelena Leuchanka................................................2006 34 Liz Repella...........................................................2011 34 Theresa Ekhelar...................................................2019 TURNOVERS 147 Ashley Powell......................................................2009 126 Darya Kudryavtseva.............................................2001 119 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1989 111 Madina Ali...........................................................2011 110 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 106 Mandy Ronay......................................................2000 104 Cathy Parson.......................................................1983 104 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 103 Dionne Morris.....................................................1989 101 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 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 96 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 95 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1989 95 Michelle Carter....................................................2004 DISQUALIFICATIONS 7 Tracey Slogik........................................................1990 6 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 6 Anna Tillman.......................................................1993 6 Ayana Dunning....................................................2013 6 Theresa Ekhelar...................................................2019 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 1,325 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 1,315 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 1,312 Linda Stepney......................................................2015 1,186 Sherell Sowho.....................................................2005 1,173 Liz Repella ..........................................................2011 1,149 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 1,135 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 1,113 Takisha Granberry................................................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

35.8 35.6 35.5 34.5 34.4

Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 Liz Repella...........................................................2011 Naomi Davenport................................................2019

GAMES PLAYED 38 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 38 Linda Stepney......................................................2015 38 Crystal Leary........................................................2015 37 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 37 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 35 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 35 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 35 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 35 Christal Caldwell.................................................2014 35 Jess Harlee..........................................................2014 35 Taylor Palmer.......................................................2014 GAMES STARTED 38 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 38 Linda Stepney......................................................2015 37 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 37 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 35 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 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 DOUBLE DOUBLES 22 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 20 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 14 Donna Abbott......................................................1992 14 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 11 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 10 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1999 9 Madina Ali...........................................................2011 8 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 8 Yolanda Paige......................................................2005 8 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 8 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 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 3 Ayana Dunning....................................................2013 3 Kristina King........................................................2018 2 Leslie Sergy.........................................................1977 2 Chakhia Cole.......................................................2008 2 Liz Repella...........................................................2011 2 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 2 Chania Ray..........................................................2018 1 17 different players 20-POINT GAMES 24 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 19 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 15 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981

11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Cathy Parson.......................................................1983 Georgeann Wells.................................................1986 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2008 Jenny Hillen.........................................................1989 Takisha Granberry................................................2009 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 Alexis Basil..........................................................1987 Kate Bulger.........................................................2004 LaQuita Owens....................................................2008 Liz Repella...........................................................2011 Rebecca Burbridge..............................................1999 Talisha Hargis......................................................1998 Yolanda Paige......................................................2005 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 Judy Eaton...........................................................1989 Sherell Sowho.....................................................2004 Sherell Sowho.....................................................2005 Donna Abbott......................................................1992 Lisa Szymczak......................................................1996 Maria Tchobanova...............................................1999 Meg Bulger.........................................................2008 Madina Ali...........................................................2011 Asya Bussie.........................................................2014 Christal Caldwell.................................................2014 Olivia Bradley......................................................1985 Anna Tillman.......................................................1993 Lori Quertinmont.................................................1993 Darya Kudryavtseva.............................................2001 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 Mary Hennen.......................................................1979 Christin Annie......................................................2000 Mandy Ronay......................................................2000 Lanay Montgomery..............................................2017 Carol Mousseau..................................................1977 Janet Hoffman.....................................................1985 Dionne Morris.....................................................1989 Jodie Runner.......................................................1993 Adrienne Beard...................................................1998 Christie Lambert..................................................1999 Yelena Leuchanka................................................2006 Chakhia Cole.......................................................2008 Jessica Morton....................................................2016

30-POINT GAMES 4 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 4 Rosemary Kosiorek..............................................1992 2 Takisha Granberry................................................2009 2 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 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 699 Teana Muldrow...................................................2018 693 J.D. Drummonds..................................................1981 589 Bria Holmes.........................................................2016 533 Olayinka Sanni....................................................2008 530 Takisha Granberry................................................2009 524 Averee Fields.......................................................2015 517 Naomi Davenport................................................2019 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 1,819 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 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

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 572 Katrina Pardee........................................ 2015-present 551 Sherell Sowho................................................2002-05 524 Tynice Martin................. 2016-17, 2019-present

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 400 Donna Abbott.................................................1989-92 382 Asya Bussie..........................................2010-12, 2014 364 Olayinka Sanni...............................................2005-08 325 Lanay Montgomery.........................................2014-17 297 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 273 Chakhia Cole..................................................2005-08 264 Averee Fields..................................................2012-15 244 Brandi Batch...............................................1999-2002 234 Maria Tchobanova..........................................1996-99 233 Liz Repella......................................................2008-11

SCORING AVERAGE 18.7 J.D. Drummonds.............................................1980-81 17.8 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................1989-92 17.5 Cathy Parson..................................................1980-83 15.9 Naomi Davenport ..........................................2018-19 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

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 .379 (110/290) Naomi Davenport............................2018-19 .372 (213/572) Katrina Pardee.................................2016-19 .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

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 7.6 Naomi Davenport...........................................2018-19 7.5 Arielle Roberson..................................................2016 7.1 Pat Hovorka....................................................1979-80 7.1 Lanay Montgomery.........................................2014-17 7.0 Jean Mewshaw.................................. 1975-76, 78-79 Madina Ali......................................................2010-11

FIELD GOALS MADE 899 Cathy Parson..................................................1980-83 749 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................1989-92 731 Bria Holmes....................................................2013-16 676 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 663 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

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

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 1.450 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 1,437 Tynice Martin................. 2016-17, 2019-present

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

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 att.) .596 (355/596) Lanay Montgomery.........................2014-17 .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

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 100 att.) .847 (144/170) Katrina Pardee.................................2016-19 .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

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

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......................................................2008-11 213 Katrina Pardee................................................2016-19 191 Sherell Sowho................................................2002-05 189 Bria Holmes....................................................2013-16 182 Tynice Martin................. 2016-17, 2019-present

TOTAL REBOUNDS 1,484 Olivia Bradley.................................................1982-85 1,075 Georgeann Wells............................................1983-86 1,020 Donna Abbott.................................................1989-92 969 Teana Muldrow .............................................2014-18 937 Lanay Montgomery.........................................2014-17 890 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

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

ASSISTS 902 Yolanda Paige.................................................2002-05 718 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................1989-92 561 Ashley Powell.................................................2006-09 551 Dionne Morris................................................1986-89 483 Lisa Ribble......................................................1982-85 465 Chania Ray.....................................................2015-18 457 Linda Stepney.................................................2012-15 440 Mandy Ronay.............................................1997-2000 437 Christie Ammons............................................1994-97 422 Sarah Miles....................................................2008-11 ASSIST AVERAGE 7.5 Yolanda Paige.................................................2002-05 6.2 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................1989-92 4.8 Chania Ray.....................................................2015-18 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


BLOCKED SHOTS 436 Georgeann Wells............................................1983-86 330 Lanay Montgomery.........................................2014-17 270 Asya Bussie..........................................2010-12, 2014 172 Olivia Bradley.................................................1982-85 145 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 137 Lori Wilson.....................................................1989-92 105 Tracey Slogik...................................................1987-90 101 Bria Holmes....................................................2013-16 95 Brandi Batch...............................................1999-2002 94 Kate Bulger....................................................2001-04 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...............................................2005-08 369 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 367 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 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 3,750 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 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 Naomi Davenport...........................................2018-19 33.3 Kate Bulger....................................................2001-04 33.0 Jenny Hillen....................................................1986-89

During her career (1980-83), Cathy Parson scored 2,115 points, which is still a WVU record.

GAMES PLAYED 143 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 138 Bria Holmes....................................................2013-16 Asya Bussie..........................................2010-12, 2014 137 Linda Stepney.................................................2012-15 134 Liz Repella......................................................2008-11 132 Lanay Montgomery.........................................2014-17 131 Taylor Palmer..................................................2011-14 130 Jess Harlee.....................................................2011-14 Chakhia Cole..................................................2005-08 129 Olayinka Sanni...............................................2005-08 GAMES STARTED 138 Asya Bussie..........................................2010-12, 2014 131 Linda Stepney.................................................2012-15 130 Chakhia Cole..................................................2005-08 121 Ashley Powell.................................................2006-09 120 Yolanda Paige.................................................2002-05 Katrina Pardee................................................2016-19

115 113 111 108

Kate Bulger....................................................2001-04 Sherell Sowho................................................2002-05 Olayinka Sanni...............................................2005-08 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................1989-92

DOUBLE DOUBLES 68 Olivia Bradley.................................................1982-85 52 Donna Abbott.................................................1989-92 51 Georgeann Wells............................................1983-86 34 Mary Hennen..................................................1976-79 24 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 23 Maria Tchobanova..........................................1996-99 22 Lisa Szymczak.................................................1993-96 20 Lanay Montgomery.........................................2014-17 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 90 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 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 29 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 25 Donna Abbott.................................................1989-92 24 Olayinka Sanni...............................................2005-08 24 Liz Repella......................................................2008-11 30-POINT GAMES 6 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................1989-92

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Talisha Hargis.................................................1995-98 Meg Bulger..........................................2004-06, 2008 Bria Holmes....................................................2013-16 J.D. Drummonds.............................................1980-81 Cathy Parson..................................................1980-83 Donna Abbott.................................................1989-92 Lisa Szymczak.................................................1993-96 Tynice Martin................. 2016-17, 2019-present Georgeann Wells............................................1983-86 Christie Lambert.............................................1995-99 Kate Bulger....................................................2001-04 Takisha Granberry................................................2009 Taylor Palmer..................................................2011-14 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18

1,000-POINT SCORERS 2,115 Cathy Parson..................................................1980-83 2,061 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................................1989-92 2,001 Bria Holmes....................................................2013-16 1,819 Teana Muldrow..............................................2014-18 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

ALL-TIME WIN STREAKS 22 started with a 91-63 win vs. Pitt (1991) ended with a 63-62 loss vs. Duquesne (1992) 16 started with an 80-49 win vs. Loyola (2010) Ended with a 69-54 loss at Marquette (2011) 16 started with a 73-52 win at Duquesne (2009) ended with a 66-74 loss at Notre Dame (2010) 15 started with a 53-43 win vs. Shepherd (1976) ended with a 67-58 loss vs. Wisconsin-Oshkosh (1977) 13 started with an 88-38 win vs. Charleston Southern (2017) ended with an 86-71 loss at Kansas State (2017) 13 started with an 86-56 win vs. Ole Miss (2013) ended with a 78-62 loss vs. Baylor (2014) 13 started with a 102-52 win vs. CCSU (2017) ended with a 79-58 loss vs. Texas (2017) 12 started with a 67-56 win vs. Iowa State (2014) ended with a 74-71 loss vs. Baylor (2014) 11 started with an 82-53 win vs. Shepherd (1976) ended with a 69-68 loss vs. Marshall (1976) 11 started with a 69-54 win vs. Morris Harvey (1975) ended with a 75-57 loss vs. Marshall (1975) 10 started with a 76-63 win at Mount St. Mary’s (2002) ended with a 66-59 loss vs. Notre Dame (2003) 10 started with a 78-60 win vs. Kent State (1978) ended with a 74-65 loss vs. Marshall (1978)

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1,588 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 1,141 1,114 1,111 1,101 1,097 1,096 1,079 1,071 1,040 1,007

Tynice Martin................. 2016-17, 2019-present 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 Katrina Pardee................................................2016-19 Naomi Davenport...........................................2018-19 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

ALL-TIME COLISEUM WIN STREAKS 31 started with a 69-68 win vs. Syracuse (2009) Ended with a 60-53 loss vs. Pitt (2011) 17 started with an 89-78 win vs. Rutgers (1991) ended with a 92-72 loss vs. Youngstown State (1992) 16 started with a 56-49 OT win vs. Texas (2014) ended with a 66-62 loss vs. Baylor (2015) 16 started with a 69-57 win vs. Providence (2007) Ended with an 80-81 loss vs. DePaul (2008) 16 started with a 75-46 win vs. Duquesne (1983) ended with a 95-74 loss vs. Penn State (1985) 14 started with a 64-44 win vs. Kansas State (2016) ended with a 56-91 loss vs. Baylor (2017) 13 started with a 54-52 win vs. Iowa State (2015) ended with a 65-54 loss vs. Texas (2016) 11 started with a 71-56 win vs. New Mexico (1982) ended with a 52-50 loss vs. Temple (1983) 11 started with a 79-53 win vs. Oklahoma State (2017) ended with a 60-52 loss vs. Kansas State (2018) 10 started with a 78-49 win vs. Duquesne (1978) ended with a 77-70 loss vs. Pitt-Johnstown (1979) 9 started with a 97-24 win vs. North Carolina Central (2012) Ended with a 64-54 loss vs. Georgetown (2012) 9 started with a 96-30 win vs. Fairmont State (1977) ended with an 89-62 loss vs. Ohio State (1978)


TEAM RECORDS SCORING Game: 131 vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82 High Season: 2,713 in 2017-18 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: 17 vs. Oklahoma State, 2/11/17 Game Attempted: 36 vs. Liberty, 11/25/00 Game Percentage (min. 5 att.) 1.000 (5-5) vs. UMass, 3/3/90 Season Made: 257 in 2017-18 Season Attempted: 705 in 2017-18 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: 33 vs. Indiana (Pa.), 12/29/80 High Season: 602 in 2017-18 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 2,713�������������������������� 2018 2,589�������������������������� 2017 2,581�������������������������� 2014 2,572�������������������������� 1981 2,494�������������������������� 2015 2,471�������������������������� 1992 2,470�������������������������� 2016 2,353�������������������������� 1989 2,311�������������������������� 1997 2,305�������������������������� 2005 SCORING AVERAGE 82.4���������������������������� 1992 77.9���������������������������� 1981 75.9���������������������������� 1991 74.7���������������������������� 1985 74.5���������������������������� 1997 74.0���������������������������� 2017 73.7���������������������������� 2014 73.5���������������������������� 1989 73.3���������������������������� 2018 73.1���������������������������� 1990

2,251�������������������������� 2018 2,203�������������������������� 1985 2,126�������������������������� 2017 2,118�������������������������� 1989 2,116�������������������������� 1977 2,101�������������������������� 1982 2,070�������������������������� 1978 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 .446 (1003/2251)�������� 2018 .442 (815/1845)���������� 1997 .442 (939/2126)���������� 2017

FIELD GOALS MADE 1,070�������������������������� 1981 1,003�������������������������� 2018 939����������������������������� 2017 929����������������������������� 1992 918����������������������������� 1989 912����������������������������� 2015 911����������������������������� 2016 896����������������������������� 1985 887����������������������������� 1982 873����������������������������� 1983

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 257����������������������������� 2018 240����������������������������� 2008 240����������������������������� 2017 213����������������������������� 2016 207����������������������������� 2014 206����������������������������� 2005 202����������������������������� 2004 197����������������������������� 2009 175����������������������������� 2001 174����������������������������� 2000 174����������������������������� 2015

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 2,545�������������������������� 1981 2,307�������������������������� 2015 2,259�������������������������� 1980

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 705����������������������������� 2018 670����������������������������� 2017 668����������������������������� 2016

639����������������������������� 2014 637����������������������������� 2008 602����������������������������� 2009 591����������������������������� 2015 582����������������������������� 2000 560����������������������������� 2013 543����������������������������� 2004 543����������������������������� 2005 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 .365 (257/705)������������ 2018 .358 (240/670)������������ 2017 .357 (105/294)������������ 1996 .352 (50/142)�������������� 1990 FREE THROWS MADE 630����������������������������� 2014 541����������������������������� 1997 526����������������������������� 1992 503����������������������������� 2012 496����������������������������� 2015 493����������������������������� 1990 483����������������������������� 2011 471����������������������������� 1993 471����������������������������� 2017 462����������������������������� 1999 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 903����������������������������� 2014 744����������������������������� 2015 742����������������������������� 2012 741����������������������������� 1997 728����������������������������� 2011

723����������������������������� 1992 721����������������������������� 2010 721����������������������������� 1985 710����������������������������� 1982 699����������������������������� 1981 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .745 (371/498)������������ 2004 .731 (471/644)������������ 2017 .730 (541/741)������������ 1997 .728 (526/723)������������ 1992 .726 (462/636)������������ 1999 .726 (400/551)������������ 1989 .718 (493/687)������������ 1990 .717 (450/628)������������ 2018 .715 (450/629)������������ 1998 .707 (343/485)������������ 2001 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 1,429�������������������������� 2017 1,417�������������������������� 2018 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 644����������������������������� 1978 583����������������������������� 2015 532����������������������������� 2012 513����������������������������� 2010 505����������������������������� 2011 503����������������������������� 2014 499����������������������������� 1993 494����������������������������� 2013

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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 - 1/7/84 107................................................... Longwood - 12/17/16 105...................................................... Duquesne - 1/14/91 104..............................................Cleveland State - 1/24/85 103...................................................West Liberty - 2/11/76 103.....................................................Providence - 1/21/98 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 .643 (36/56)...................................Coppin State - 12/10/17 .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 17...............................................Oklahoma State - 2/11/17 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 13....................................................... Texas Tech - 1/24/18 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 12..................................................... Longwood - 12/17/16

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Lisa Ribble was a part of the 1981-82 team that helped set records for most points and most field goals made in a single game.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 36........................................................... Liberty - 11/25/00 33...........................................................Rutgers - 2/16/ 95 33.......................................................... Marshall - 1/27/99 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 29..................................................... Longwood - 12/17/16 29...............................................Oklahoma State - 2/11/17 29......................................................... Iowa State - 2/4/17 29..................................................... Longwood - 12/17/16 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 .750 (6/8).................................................Drexel - 11/24/17 .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 .941 (16/17)...........................................Oklahoma - 2/3/18 .941 (16/17)...................................Saint Joseph’s - 3/18/18 .929 (13/14).................................... Rhode Island - 1/19/89 .929 (13/14)......................................... Duquesne - 12/6/08 .923 (12/13)............................................. Temple - 1/31/06


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 15.............................................Morehead State - 11/30/16 14...............................................................Temple - 4/1/15 14..................................................Coppin State - 11/19/16 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.

.923 (12/13)........................................... Duquesne - 2/7/94 .923 (12/13)........................................ Connecticut - 1/7/04 .923 (12/13)............................. Mississippi State - 11/20/14

30...........................................................Seton Hill - 2/1/75 30................................................................ Salem - 2/9/76 30...................................North Carolina Central - 11/20/11

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

ASSISTS 33.................................................. Indiana (Pa.) - 12/29/80 32................................................. Indiana State - 11/23/84 32........................................................ Duquesne - 1/14/91 32..................................................... Longwood - 12/17/16 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

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

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 28.................................................Massachusetts - 1/12/91 27.............................................................. Salem - 1/30/75

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 13....................................................... Texas Tech - 1/25/17 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

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11............................................................Villanova - 1/7/12 11.............................................................at TCU - 1/25/16 11........................................................ Radford – 12/16/17 11................................................................... Pitt- 12/8/18 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 37........................................................... St. John’s - 1/6/01 36..........................................Sacramento State – 11/14/17 32..................................................Coppin State - 11/28/99 32................................................. East Carolina - 11/23/03 31......................................................Duquesne - 12/20/03 31......................................................... Villanova - 12/9/10 31........................................................ Radford – 12/16/17 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 .600 (6/10)......................................... Texas Tech – 2/10/18 .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 30.....................................................Towson – 12/20/2018 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 .926 (25/27)........................................... Duquesne - 1/2/88 .917 (22/24).......................................Kansas State - 3/3/15 .913 (21/23).......................................... Villanova - 2/17/04 REBOUNDS 84............................................. Central Michigan - 3/11/76 70...............................................North Carolina - 11/17/79 69......................................................Kent State - 11/28/87 68.................................................................... Pitt - 1/7/78 68..............................................................Rutgers - 1/8/94 67..............................................Western Kentucky - 1/7/86 67............................................................Rutgers - 1/18/90 65.......................................................... Marshall - 1/21/76 65......................................Pittsburgh-Johnstown - 12/6/78 65.................................................... Virginia Tech - 2/20/80 65........................................... Eastern Kentucky - 11/21/80 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 33............................................................Rutgers - 1/18/90 31............................................ Mississippi State - 11/20/14 30......................................................... St. John’s - 1/17/99 29..................................................... North Texas - 12/5/92 29........................................................Seton Hall - 12/7/96 28..................................................Virginia Tech - 12/13/80 28..........................................Western Kentucky - 12/18/88 28.......................................................Penn State - 2/27/90 28...........................................................Florida - 11/22/91 28................................................... Rhode Island - 2/26/94 28................................................... Rhode Island - 1/10/95 28........................................................ Cincinnati - 2/15/05 ASSISTS 36...................................................Washington - 11/26/93 32.................................................................. Pitt - 1/18/84 31............................................................Villanova - 1/3/01 30......................................................... Penn State - 3/8/91 30..............................................................Baylor - 2/15/15 29...........................................George Washington - 3/3/94 29.......................................................Providence - 1/21/98 29.................................................... Georgetown - 1/31/01 29....................................................... Connecticut - 3/2/04 28......................................................... Penn State - 2/2/83 28.................................................... Saint Joseph’s - 1/5/87 28............................................................Rutgers - 2/23/99 STEALS 29................................................. Glenville State - 1/17/83 28........................................................Kentucky - 12/12/92 26...............................................................Kansas - 1/2/94 22......................................................... Villanova - 12/2/80 22................................................ Northwestern - 12/28/81 22...........................................................Kansas - 12/21/92 21.......................................................Bryant – 11/15/2018 20................................................. Rhode Island - 12/11/84 20..............................................................Rutgers - 2/9/87 20...........................................George Washington - 3/3/94 20.............................................................Florida - 12/4/99


BLOCKED SHOTS 17................................................................. USF - 2/21/09 15..............................................................Rutgers - 1/3/87 14................................................................Baylor - 3/2/13 13..................................................James Madison - 1/6/81 13.................................................... Virginia Tech - 1/16/02 12............................................................Edinboro - 2/6/80 11.....................................................Steubenville - 1/10/81 11............................................................Rutgers - 2/23/85 11...............................................Oklahoma State - 2/13/13 11........................................................Gonzaga - 11/24/15 11...................................................................TCU - 2/2/14 11....................................................at Gonzaga - 11/22/15 10..........................................................Edinboro - 12/7/80 10............................................................Rutgers - 1/18/90 10..............................................................Baylor - 3/22/11 10.........................................................Oklahoma – 2/3/18 10.............................................................Baylor – 2/26/18 9..........................................................Seton Hall - 1/28/98 9.........................................................Notre Dame - 1/7/99 9................................................................Miami - 12/4/01 9.......................................................Notre Dame - 2/19/02 9........................................................ Georgetown - 2/5/05 9................................................................Rutgers - 3/6/06 9..........................................................High Point - 12/4/10 9....................................................................LSU - 3/25/14 TURNOVERS 49......................................................McMaster - 12/29/80 42....................................................Davis & Elkins - 2/1/82 41.................................................. Morris Harvey - 2/18/78 40.................................................Massachusetts - 1/12/91 38.................................................. Robert Morris - 2/22/92 37............................................................Xavier - 12/29/84 36...............................................North Carolina - 11/17/79 36..................................................South Alabama - 1/5/92 35............................................................ Temple - 1/15/87 35................................................................ Pitt - 12/21/91 PERSONAL FOULS 36.................................................. Morris Harvey - 2/18/78 32..................................................Coppin State - 11/28/99 31..........................................................Kent State - 2/3/78 31.....................................................Slippery Rock - 1/5/80 31...................................................... Virginia Tech - 1/2/82 31......................................................Indiana, Pa. - 12/7/82 31.................................................................. Pitt - 1/22/83 31.............................................Northern Illinois - 12/29/90 31..................................................... Ohio State - 12/16/97 31..................................................... Ohio State - 12/20/98 DISQUALIFICATIONS 5.................................................... Morris Harvey - 2/18/78 5...................................................Mount Mercy - 12/30/80 4...................................................Massachusetts - 2/18/84 4..................................................Cleveland State - 1/24/85 4.............................................................. Temple - 1/26/85 3...........................................................Shepherd - 1/26/76 3................................................................ Salem - 1/29/76 3.......................................................... Duquesne - 1/23/78 3............................................................Kent State - 2/3/78 3........................................................... Villanova - 2/10/78 3............................................................ Marshall - 1/10/79 3.................................................. California, Pa. - 12/12/79 3.............................................................. Marshall - 1/2/80 3..............................................................Edinboro - 2/6/80 3........................................................Kent State - 11/28/82 3..............................................Youngstown State - 12/1/82 3.................................................................... Pitt - 12/5/84

3.......................................................... Marshall - 12/22/84 3.....................................................Arizona State - 12/3/88 3...........................................George Washington - 1/29/90 3........................................................St. Joseph’s - 1/18/92 3............................................................ Marshall - 1/18/96 3.................................................. Robert Morris - 11/18/98 100-POINT GAMES 117.................................................Penn State - 2/2/8,0/76 104......................................................... 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: 27.0% in 2018-19 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 33 Teana Muldrow............................ St. John’s – 3/25/18 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 .900 (9/10) Teana Muldrow......Coppin State – 12/10/17 .875 (14/16) Rosemary Kosiorek................Pitt - 12/21/91 .857 (12/14) Meg Bulger..................Providence - 2/22/05 .833 (10/12) Naomi Davenport.... Sacramento State - 11/14/17 .800 (8/10) Maria Tchobanova............Villanova - 1/5/99 .800 (12/15) Olayinka Sanni......St. Francis, Pa. - 12/30/06 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 7 Tynice Martin.............Oklahoma State - 2/11/17 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 6 Kate Bulger.............................................. Pitt - 1/3/04 6 LaQuita Owens.............................Seton Hall - 1/16/07 6 Meg Bulger......................................Louisville - 3/1/08

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Liz Repella................................Coppin State - 3/19/09 Taylor Palmer................................High Point - 12/4/10 Teana Muldrow..........................Seton Hall - 11/17/14 Katrina Pardee.......................Coppin State – 12/10/17 Katrina Pardee.............................Texas Tech – 1/24/18 Katrina Pardee.............................. Niagara – 12/29/18 Tynice Martin................................TCU – 2/16/19

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 .800 (4/5) Katrina Pardee... Oklahoma State – 2/11/17 .800 (4/5) Naomi Davenport..................TCU – 1/13/18 .800 (4/5) Tynice Martin.......................................... Eastern Kentucky – 11/24/19 FREE THROWS MADE 19 Georgeann Wells........................... Penn State - 2/8/86 15 Jenny Hillen................................. Penn State - 1/30/88 14 Teana Muldrow............................ St. John’s – 3/25/18 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 1.000 (10/10) Tynice Martin...........Howard - 11/15/16 .950 (19/20) Georgeann Wells........... Penn State - 2/8/86

.938 (15/16) .917 (11/12)

Jenny Hillen.................. Penn State - 1/30/88 Maria Tchobanova........Seton Hall - 1/10/99

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 12 Chania Ray..................................Oklahoma – 2/17/18 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 7 15 times 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 7 Lanay Montgomery.................Coppin State - 11/19/16 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 10 Jenny Hillen......................... St. Bonaventure - 1/26/89


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Christie Ammons..................................Miami - 2/8/96 Darya Kudryavtseva......................Seton Hall - 1/28/01 Madisen Smith..............................TCU – 1/16/19 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 45 Chania Ray .................................Oklahoma – 2/17/18 45 Chania Ray..................................Oklahoma – 1/13/18 TRIPLE DOUBLES 23 points, 16 rebounds, 12 blocks Georgeann Wells����������������������������Rhode Island - 11/25/85 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists Dionne Morris��������������������������� St. Bonaventure - 12/21/87 13 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists Naomi Davenport������������������������������Coppin State -11/6/18 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 33 Teana Muldrow............................ St. John’s – 3/25/18 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 30 Tynice Martin.............Oklahoma State - 2/11/17 30 Teana Muldrow................................CCSU – 11/10/17 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 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 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; (10/10) by Tynice Martin vs. Howard, 11/15/16 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: 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 BLOCKS Most: 12 by Georgeann Wells vs. Rhode Island, 11/25/85 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; 13 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists by Naomi Davenport vs. Coppin State (111/6/19) TEAM POINTS Most: 131 vs. Indiana (Pa.), 12/7/82 Fewest: 30 vs. Seton Hall, 2/2/74 Most in a Half: 66 vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82 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 3-POINT FIELD GOALS Made: 17 vs. Oklahoma State, 2/11/17 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 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 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

LARGEST CROWDS AT THE WVU COLISEUM 1. 13,447�����������������������������������������vs. Baylor, 3/2/13 2. 9, 687������������������������������������� vs. Bryant, 11/15/19 3. 8,307����������������������������������������vs. DePaul, 2/16/08 4. 8,268�������������������������������������vs. Clemson, 3/21/92 5. 8,025�����������������������������������������������vs. Pitt, 2/5/11 6. 7,000��������������������������������vs. Indiana, Pa., 12/7/82 7. 6,754�������������������������������vs. Georgetown, 2/14/10 8. 6,516����������������������������������������vs. DePaul, 2/18/12 9. 6,299���������������������vs. Loyola Maryland, 11/12/10* 10. 6,232���������������������������������������������vs. USF, 2/21/09 11. 6,161��������������������������������������������vs. TCU, 2/16/14 12. 6,108��������������������������������������������vs. TCU, 2/16/19 13. 5,855����������������������������������vs. Connecticut, 2/8/11 14. 5,080��������������������������vs. Oklahoma State, 2/27/16 15. 5,073�����������������������������������������vs. Baylor, 1/28/18 16. 5,052����������������������������������������� vs. Kansas, 3/4/14 17. 4,555���������������������������������������������vs. USF, 1/22/11 18. 4,537�������������������������������������� vs. Louisville, 2/4/12 19. 4,485���������������������������������� vs. Marquette, 2/27/10 20. 4,328���������������������������������vs. Kansas State, 2/6/16 TO WATCH WEST VIRGINIA 1. 16,294���������������������������������at Connecticut, 3/4/03 16,294�������������������������������at Connecticut, 2/20/01 3. 12,411������������������������������� at Tennessee, 12/20/06 4. 12,251�����������������������������������at Louisville, 2/13/11 5. 11,951���������������������������������at Iowa State, 2/17/13 6. 11,384���������������������������������at Iowa State, 2/21/15 7. 10,824���������������������������������at Iowa State, 2/18/17 8. 10,677�����������������������������vs. Tennessee, 11/21/07# 9. 10,654������������������������������������vs. Rutgers, 3/8/04^ 10. 10,245���������������������������������������vs. Baylor, 1/19/13 11. 10,213�����������������������������������at Iowa State, 3/1/16 12. 10,128���������������������������� vs. Connecticut, 3/7/06@ 13. 10,167���������������������������������at Connecticut, 3/2/04 14. 10,167���������������������������������at Connecticut, 2/4/06 15. 10,130���������������������������������at Connecticut, 1/4/12 16. 10,076���������������������������������at Iowa State, 1/20/18 17. 10,048�����������������������������������at Iowa State, 2/9/19 18. 10,040���������������������������� vs. Connecticut, 3/9/10@ 19. 10,027�������������������������������at Connecticut, 1/10/98 10,027�������������������������������at Connecticut, 1/12/00 ^BIG EAST tournament game @ BIG EAST championship game *Doubleheader with WVU men & NCAA Tournament game # Charleston, W.Va.

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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 12 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 28 Maranne Johnson..........................................11/14/17 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) Erin Degrate (Texas Tech)..................1/24/18 .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 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 6 Shawnetta Stewart (Rutgers)...........................2/23/99 6 Brandi McCain (Florida).................................11/29/00 6 La’Sheala Dawson (Robert Morris).................11/30/05 6 Brittany Chambers (Kansas State)....................2/26/13 6 Odyssey Sims.....................................................1/8/14 6 Ataira Franklin (Virginia)................................11/24/13 6 Taylor Robertson (Oklahoma)...........................2/23/19 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 16 Maranne Johnson (Sacramento State)............11/14/17 16 Chanda Hollingsworth (Wright State)............12/19/00 16 Mauri Horton (Rutgers)....................................1/12/02

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Brandi McCain (Florida).................................11/29/00 Cotelia Bond-Young (Wake Forest)...................3/24/05 Mary Lisicky (Georgetown)................................2/6/02 Zahna Medley (TCU)........................................2/16/14 Kindred Wesemann (Kansas State).....................2/6/16 Jill McGowan (Towson)..................................11/20/00 Jennifer Jackson (East Carolina).....................11/23/03 Alyssa Shoji (Santa Clara)..............................12/30/09 Shoni Schimmel (Louisville)................................2/4/12 Aaryn Ellenberg (Oklahoma)............................1/18/14 Tabatha Richardson-Smith (Seton 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 .800 (4/5) Tykyrah Williams (Morgan State)...12/18/17 .800 (4/5) Andrayah Adams (St. John’s)............3/25/18 .800 (4/5) Destiny Littleton (Texas).....................1/6/19 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 Loryn Goodwin (Oklahoma State)....................2/24/18 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 14 Patti Bucklew (Slippery Rock).............................1/5/78 14 Sue Shay (St. Bonaventure)..............................1/26/89 14 Kia Wright (St. John’s)......................................3/21/05 14 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 19 Pallas Kunaiyi-Akpanah (Northwestern)...........3/27/19 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 10 Pallas Kunaiyi-Akpanah (Northwestern)...........3/27/19 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 8 Lauren Heard (TCU).........................................2/16/19 7 Janet Malouf (Rutgers)......................................2/9/87 7 Suzie McConnell (Penn State)..........................1/30/88 7 Carol Morton (Pitt)........................................12/21/91 7 Kristin McArdle (George Washington)................2/8/92 7 Nykesha Sales (Connecticut)..............................2/4/98 7 Rochelle Luckett (Virginia Commonwealth)......12/5/98 7 Anna Freeman (Appalachian State)................12/28/12 7 Jocelyn Floyd (Duquesne)...............................12/20/12 BLOCKED SHOTS 10 Brittney Griner...................................................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 5 Bridget Carleton (Iowa State)...........................1/16/19 TURNOVERS 16 Noelle Chiodo (Robert Morris).........................2/22/92 14 Karin Vadelund (George Washington)..............1/28/89


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Rachel Mathena (Robert Morris)......................2/22/92 Peri Powell (Steubenville).................................1/10/81 Sue Cox (Duquesne)........................................1/20/82 Darcie Vincent (Duquesne).................................2/4/92 Shantel Brown (Seton Hall)................................2/4/09 Ali Ford (Elon)..................................................12/2/10 Vicki Lawrence (Youngstown State).................2/27/80 Terri Moore (Cleveland State)..........................1/24/85 Amy Rooks (St. Bonaventure)........................12/19/92 Stacey Ritter (Robert Morris)..........................12/10/95 Gina Montesano (Pitt).......................................1/4/96 Mimi Ritter (Georgetown)..................................1/3/98 Toni Branson (Robert Morris).........................12/30/01 Kaitlin Moore (Presbyterian)..........................12/15/07 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 45 Ana Llanusa (Oklahoma).................................2/17/18 45 Maddie Manning (Oklahoma)..........................2/17/18 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 31 Bridget Carleton (Iowa State).............................2/4/17 30 Libby Bush (West Virginia Wesleyan)................12/6/77

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Lorrie Lawrence (Rutgers)..............................12/28/83 Dale Hodges (St. Joseph’s)...............................1/14/89 Cowley (Youngstown State).............................12/1/92 Jen Ricco (Temple)...........................................2/12/94 Liz Hauger (Youngstown State)......................11/23/96 Beth Record (Syracuse)......................................2/2/01 Taneisha Harrison (Pitt)......................................2/5/11

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

INDIVIDUAL POINTS Half: 30 by Beth Record of Syracuse, 2/3/01 Game: 48 by Odyssey Sims of Baylor, 1/8/14

TRIPLE DOUBLES Brittney Griner of Baylor: 28 points, 10 reb., 10 blocks, 3/2/13

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

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

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 REBOUNDS Game: 34 by Wanda Grant of Youngstown State, 2/27/80 Offensive: 11 by Regina Howard of Rutgers, 2/9/87 INDIVIDUAL ASSISTS Game: 14 by Chrstel Zullo of Massachusetts, 1/14/88; Roddricka Patton of Oklahoma State, 2/18/15

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 STEALS Game: 12 by Charlisse Sampson of Kansas, 1/2/94

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RECORD BOOK

THE LAST TIME INDIVIDUAL Scored 35 or more points: 35 by Tynice Martin, at Oklahoma, 2-7-17 Scored 30 or more points: .30 by Teana Muldrow vs. St. John’s, 3-25-18 Scored 25 or more points: 25 by Tynice Martin vs. Villanova, 3-24-19 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: 16 by Kari Niblack vs. Villanova, 3-24-19 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 Naomi Davenport vs. Coppin State, 11-6-18 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 Theresa Ekhelar vs. Coppin State, 11-6-18 Recorded at least 30 points and 15 rebounds: 32-16 by Lisa Szymczak at Youngstown State, 11-30-93 Recorded at least 30 points and 10 rebounds: 30-10 by Teana Muldrow vs. CCSU, 11-10-17 Recorded at least 20 points and 15 rebounds:23-18 by Lanay Montgomery vs. Morehead State, 11-30-16 Recorded at least 20 points and 10 rebounds: 20-11 by Tynice Martin vs. Iowa State, 1-16-19 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 Missouri State, 22-10 Recorded a triple double: 13 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists by Naomi Davenport vs. Coppin State, 11-6-18 Recorded two consecutive double-doubles: Kari Niblack, 3-21-19 & 3-24-19 Recorded three consecutive double-doubles: Teana Muldrow, 2-14-17 to 2-20-18 Recorded back-to-back 30-point games: Tynice Martin at Oklahoma (35), 2-7-17 vs. Oklahoma State (30), 2-11-17 Had five consecutive 20-point games: Teana Muldrow, 11-24-17 to 12-10-17 Had four consecutive 20-point games: Tynice Martin, 2-16-19 to 2-27-19 Had three consecutive 20-point games: Tynice Martin, 1/13/19 to 1/16/19 Had two consecutive 20-point games:Tynice Martin & Naomi Davenport, 3-21-19 to 3-24-19 Two players scored 20 points in a game: T. Martin (25) & N. Davenport (23) vs. Villanova, 3-24-19 Three players scored 20 points in a game: N. Davenport (23), T. Martin (23) & K. Niblack (20) vs. Rider, 3-21-19 Two players recorded double-doubles in a game: N. Davenport (23 pts, 15 rebs) & K. Niblack (20 pts, 13 rebs) vs. Rider, 3-21-19 TEAM Scored 100 points: .101 vs. Coppin State, 12-10-17 Gave up 100 points: 100 vs. Connecticut, 3-2-04 Won by 50 or more points: 52 vs. Niagara, 12/29/18 Lost by 50 or more points: 63 vs. Connecticut, 2-20-01 Won by 40 or more points: 40 vs. Rider, 3-21-19 Lost by 40 or more points: 40 at Ohio State, 12-22-14 Won by 30 or more points: .30 vs. K-State, 1-26-19 Lost by 30 or more points: 32 at Baylor, 1-20-19

Won by 20 or more points: .23 at Oklahoma State, 2-20-19 Lost by 20 or more points: 26 at Baylor, 2-26-18 Won after trailing by 10 or more points: vs. Texas, won 62-59 after trailing by 10 in the 4th quarter, 3-5-17 Won 10 or more consecutive games: 13, 11-10-18 to 12-31-18 Won 10 or more consecutive home games: 11, 2-11-17 to 12-21-17 Lost five or more consecutive games: 8, 2-4-06 to 2-28-06 Played before 5,000 or more people: 6,108 vs. TCU, 2-16-19 Played before 10,000 or more people: 10,408 at Iowa State, 2-9-19 West Virginia beat a Top 25 team at home:. WVU 73, No. 18 Iowa State 64, 1-16-19 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 64, No. 11/12 Texas 58, 1-28-19 West Virginia beat a Top 10 team away from home:WVU 77, No. 2/2 Baylor 66, 3-6-17 West Virginia was ranked in the AP Top 25: 21, 1-29-18 West Virginia was ranked in the AP Top 10: 9, 12-25-17 West Virginia was ranked in the Coaches’ Poll Top 25: 21, 1-29-18 West Virginia was ranked in the Coaches’ Poll Top 10: 9, 12-25-17 Played an overtime game: Oklahoma 79, West Virginia 77, 2-17-18 Played a double-overtime game: at Oklahoma 90, West Virginia 87, 2-7-17

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

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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 2016-17 14-3*..........................................................824 2017-18 14-7............................................................667 2018-19 15-5............................................................750 Overall 429-180............................................... .704 * - 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. Additionally, WVU’s victory over Longwood in 2016-17 is not included in the WVU Coliseum records.


IN THE BIG 12 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

2012-13

#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: Game: Game:

22-66 33.3% 10-24 41.7% 10-16 62.5%

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#3 OKLAHOMA 65 -Total 3-Ptr 22-9 (11-7)

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%

Game: Game: Game:

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2013-14

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, 74-71, 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 threepoint 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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Game 9

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% 1st Half: 11-27 40.7% 3FG% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% FT% 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% 1st Half: 15-31 48.4% 3FG% 1st Half: 1-7 14.3% FT% 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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2014-15

No. 4 Okla. State - 67 Game 3

No. 4 Okla. State - 52

No. 5 Iowa State - 58 No. 1 Baylor - 75

Game 7

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

Game 9

Big 12 Champion

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 No. 6 Texas - 64

Game 8

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% 1st Half: 3FG% 1st Half: FT % 1st Half:

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% 1st Half: 10-30 33.3% 3FG% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% FT % 1st Half: 11-12 91.7%

2nd Half: 10-23 43.5% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% 2nd Half: 12-18 66.7%

Game: 37.7% Game: 33.3% Game: 76.7%

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2015-16

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

Game 4 1:30 p.m. - FSN

No. 9 Texas Tech - 89

Game 9 8:00 p.m. - FS1

Game 5 6:00 p.m. - FSN

No. 7 TCU - 64 Game 2 8:30 p.m. - FCS

No. 1 Baylor

Big 12 Champion

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% 1st Half: 3FG% 1st Half: FT% 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% 1st Half: 14-27 51.9% 3FG% 1st Half: 4-9 44.4% FT% 1st Half: 6-9 66.7%

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No. 1 Baylor - 84

No. 9 Texas Tech - 51

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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2016-17

No. 4 K-State - 74 Game 3 11:00 a.m. - FSN

No. 4 K-State - 71

No. 5 Iowa State - 67 Game 7 1:30 p.m. - FS1

No. 1 Baylor - 66

No. 1 Baylor - 95 No. 8 Texas Tech - 76

Seeded sixth at the 2017 Big 12 Tournament, the Mountaineers aimed to become just the second sixth seed ever to claim the tournament title. WVU’s magical run started with an 82-58 victory over Oklahoma, who was seeded third in the tournament and ranked No. 19 in the nation. The Mountaineers continued on with a 62-59 victory of No. 2 seed Texas. A close game throughout, Tynice Martin hit a jumper with under five to play to push WVU past the No. 19 Longhorns and into the Big 12 title game for the second time in four years. The Mountaineers jumped on No. 2 Baylor early and never looked back. Martin scored a Big 12 title game record 32 points to lead WVU past the top-seeded Lady Bears in a 77-66 victory for West Virginia’s first-ever Big 12 Tournament Championship. Additionally, the win ended Baylor’s 20-game win streak in the Big 12 tournament as WVU joined the 2004 Oklahoma Team as the only six seeds to ever win the tournament. WVU is the only team in the Big 12 in the last seven years to win a share of the regularseason title and a conference tournament crown. Martin had 82 points and 12 rebounds across three games to win the Big 12 Championship’s Most Outstanding Player award. She was joined on the all-tournament team by Teana Muldrow, who averaged 14.6 points and 8.3 rebounds per game.

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Officials: Dee Kantner, Bev Roberts, Tina Napier Technical fouls: West VirginiaNone. Baylor-Wallace, Kristy. Attendance: 3355 Fouled Out: none All-tournament team: T. Martin (WVUMOP), T. Muldrow (WVU), K. Wallace (BU), A. Prince (BU), N. Davis (BU) Points in the paint: WVU 22,BU 28. Points off turnovers-WVU 18,BU 9. 2nd chance points: WVU 13,BU 8. Fast break points-WVU 6,BU 6. Bench points: WVU 7,BU 0. Score tied-3 times. Lead changed-1 time. Last FG: WVU 4th-04:04, BU 4th-00:28. Largest lead: WVU by 21 3rd-00:01, BU by 3 1st-07:46. WVU led for 35:57. BU led for 01:33. Game was tied for 02:30. Score by Periods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total West Virginia 22 17 26 12 77 Baylor 14 16 14 22 66

Game 1 6:00 p.m. - FCS-Central

Game 4 1:30 p.m. - FSN

No. 1 Baylor - 88

No. 8 Texas Tech - 63

No. 9 TCU - 58

Game 9 8:00 p.m. - FS1

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Big 12 Champion

No. 2 Texas - 71 No. 7 Okla. State - 79 Game 2 8:30 p.m. - FCS-Central

Game 5 6:00 p.m. - FSN

No. 2 Texas - 59

No. 7 Okla. State - 60

No. 10 Kansas - 75 Game 8 4:00 p.m. - FS1

No. 6 West Virginia - 77

No. 3 Oklahoma - 58 Game 6 8:30 p.m. - FSN

No. 6 West Virginia - 62

No. 6 West Virginia - 82

#6 WEST VIRGINIA - 23-10, 8-10

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 11 Muldrow, Teana 6-13 2-3 1-2 3 6 9 3 15 0 0 2 0 31 15 Montgomery, Lanay 3-4 0-0 0-2 5 2 7 4 6 0 0 3 1 31 05 Martin, Tynice 8-19 4-9 12-15 0 5 5 1 32 4 2 0 1 38 12 Ray, Chania 2-9 1-4 1-2 0 4 4 2 6 8 2 0 3 37 22 Pardee, Katrina 4-13 3-9 0-0 0 1 1 0 11 1 0 0 0 28 02 Brewer, Alexis 2-6 1-5 2-2 1 1 2 1 7 0 1 0 0 17 13 King, Kristina 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 16 20 Rhodes, Desiree 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 24 Martin, Anja 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 TEAM 2 1 3 2 Totals 25-66 11-30 16-23 14 22 36 12 77 13 7 5 5 200 FG% 1st Half: 14-33 42.4% 3FG% 1st Half: 7-16 43.8% FT% 1st Half: 4-5 80.0%

2nd Half: 11-33 33.3% 2nd Half: 4-14 28.6% 2nd Half: 12-18 66.7%

Game: 37.9% Game: 36.7% Game: 69.6%

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#1 BAYLOR - 30-3, 15-1

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 01 Cohen, Dekeiya 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 15 13 Davis, Nina 7-9 0-0 1-3 2 4 6 4 15 1 1 2 1 35 21 Brown, Kalani 7-13 0-0 5-6 2 2 4 4 19 1 3 2 0 34 04 Wallace, Kristy 6-12 1-3 4-6 2 7 9 3 17 5 4 1 1 40 12 Prince, Alexis 6-14 3-9 0-0 0 9 9 3 15 4 2 0 1 39 15 Cox, Lauren 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 24 Chou, Natalie 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 1 1 15 32 Mompremier, Beatrice 0-3 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 55 Cave, Khadijiah 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 9 TEAM 1 3 4 Totals 26-57 4-13 10-15 9 30 39 17 66 12 15 6 4 200 FG% 1st Half: 13-32 40.6% 3FG% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% FT% 1st Half: 1-4 25.0%

2nd Half: 13-25 52.0% 2nd Half: 1-6 16.7% 2nd Half: 9-11 81.8%

Game: 45.6% Game: 30.8% Game: 66.7%

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FG% 1st Half: 14-27 51.9% 3FG% 1st Half: 4-9 44.4% FT% 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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The Mountaineers once again found themselves the No. 6 seed heading into the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship. They would take on No. 3 seed Oklahoma State, who took both regular-season meetings, for the second time in eight days. The third time proved to be the charm for West Virginia. Junior guard/forward Naomi Davenport’s 21 points led the way for the Mountaineers, who downed the Cowgirls 69-60. Davenport was one of four players in double figures for WVU, as she was joined by Katrina Pardee (15), Kristina King (12) and Teana Muldrow (10). It was déjà vu for WVU, who was set to face No. 2 seed Texas in the semifinals. However, there was no upset in 2018 as the shorthanded Mountaineers stumbled against the Longhorns and fell 68-55. Davenport again led the way, scoring 17 points in 40 minutes of action Senior forward Kristina King capped her Big 12 career with 12 points, while senior guard Chania Ray added 10 points and eight assists.

2018 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship SEMIFINAL Officials: Brian Hall, Cameron Inouye, Maj Foursberg Technical fouls: West VirginiaNone. Texas-None. Attendance: 3,382 Points in the paint: WVU 30, UT 40 Points off turnovers: WVU 6, UT 6 2nd chance points: WVU 7, UT 14 Fast break points: WVU 8, UT 6 Bench points: WVU 0, UT 25 Score tied: 0 times Lead changed: 0 times Last FG: WVU 4th-00:57, UT 4th-04:16. Largest lead: WVU by 2 1st-09:02, UT by 22 3rd-00:49. WVU led for 2:00. UT led for 35:40. Game was tied for 2:20.

Score by Periods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total West Virginia 12 16 12 15 55 Texas 24 18 16 10 68

#6 WEST VIRGINIA - 21-11,8-10

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 00 Davenport, Naomi 7-19 1-7 2-4 3 5 8 1 17 0 4 1 0 40 11 Muldrow, Teana 2-13 0-7 2-2 2 3 5 4 6 2 1 1 1 39 12 Ray, Chania 3-13 0-5 4-4 1 5 6 3 10 8 1 0 3 39 13 King, Kristina 6-11 0-0 0-0 1 5 6 1 12 0 1 0 0 27 22 Pardee, Katrina 4-9 1-4 1-2 0 4 4 3 10 1 0 0 0 26 01 Jones, Ashley 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 4 4 2 0 0 2 0 1 15 03 Harden, Destiny 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 34 Ekhelar, Theresa 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 TEAM 0 1 1 Totals 22-68 2-23 9-12 11 29 40 15 55 11 9 2 6 200 FG% 1st Half: 11-32 34.38% 3FG% 1st Half: 0-10 0.00% FT% 1st Half: 6-6 100%

2nd Half: 11-36 30.56% 2nd Half: 2-23 15.38% 2nd Half: 3-6 50.00%

Game: Game: Game:

22-68 32.4% 2-23 8.7% 9-12 75.0%

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#2 TEXAS - 26-5, 15-3

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 40 White, Jatarie 5-11 0-0 1-2 4 8 12 1 11 0 1 1 2 26 23 Atkins, Ariel 3-7 0-0 4-4 1 4 5 3 10 2 1 0 0 25 24 Holmes, Joyner 5-9 0-0 0-1 2 4 6 3 10 0 3 0 0 19 10 Higgs, Lashann 3-8 0-2 0-2 2 2 4 0 6 2 0 0 0 26 11 McCarty, Brooke 3-13 0-2 0-2 0 5 5 2 6 3 1 0 0 24 01 Sutton, Alecia 3-5 2-2 2-2 0 4 4 0 10 6 4 0 1 22 33 Boothe, Rellah 2-7 1-2 0-0 1 2 3 1 5 0 2 1 0 13 05 Hosey, Jordan 1-1 0-0 2-2 0 1 1 4 4 0 1 0 0 7 12 Underwood, Jada 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 3 3 1 2 1 1 0 1 19 14 Aborowa, Olamide 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 8 15 Patterson, Chasity 0-1 0-1 2-2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 30 Caron-Goudreau, K. 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 TEAM 2 2 4 Totals 27-67 3-9 11-17 15 37 52 17 68 14 14 2 4 200 FG% 1st Half: 14-27 51.9% 3FG% 1st Half: 4-9 44.4% FT% 1st Half: 6-9 66.7%

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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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The Mountaineers entered the 2019 Philipps 66 Big 12 Championship as the No. 4 seed, bolstered by the return of guards Tynice Martin, who sat out the prior season due to injury, and Katrina Pardee, who missed 11 games with an ankle injury before returning at the end of February. However, it was senior Naomi Davenport who led the team with a 14-point performance as she hit six field goals and dished out five assists. Freshman Kari Niblack came off the bench to add 13 points, going 7-of-10 at the free-throw line while hauling in five rebounds. The Wildcats struck back with 22 points from Peyton Williams and 21 from Rachel Ranke. More importantly, K-State scored 18 points of West Virginia’s 25 turnovers as the Mountaineers’ tournament run came to an early end with a 72-59 loss.

2018 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship Quarterfinal Officials: Scott Yarbrough, Amy Bonner, Brian Hall SB-Jesse Dickerson Technical fouls: Kansas StateNone. West Virginia-None. Attendance: 3,353 Points in the paint: KSU 22, WVU 24 Points off turnovers: KSU 18, WVU 3 2nd chance points: KU 19, WVU 7 Fast break points: KSU 8, WVU 0 Bench Points: KSU 12, WVU 22 Score tied: 2 times Lead changed: 1 time Last FG: KSU 4th- 01:40, WVU 4th- 01:16 Largest lead: KSU by 15 2nd-03:21, WVU by 2 1st-09:36. KSU led for 38:13. WVU led for 00:23. Game was tied for 01:24.

Score by Periods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Kansas State 21 14 15 22 72 West Virginia 8 21 14 16 59

2018-19

#4 WEST VIRGINIA 20-10, 11-7

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 34 Ekhelar, Theresa 3-7 0-0 3-4 1 6 7 4 9 1 0 1 1 30 00 Davenport, Naomi 6-13 1-4 1-1 1 3 4 3 14 6 10 0 2 39 05 Martin, Tynice 2-11 0-2 5-5 1 5 6 0 9 1 2 0 0 40 15 Rudd, Lucky 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 20 30 Smith, Madisen 1-4 0-1 1-2 1 5 6 2 3 2 7 0 2 33 04 Staples, Nia 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 Jordan, Jala 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 Niblack, Kari 3-6 0-0 7-10 2 3 5 4 13 0 2 0 1 11 22 Pardee, Katrina 3-7 3-6 0-0 1 4 5 2 9 3 2 0 1 25 TEAM 1 4 5 Totals 19-50 4-13 17-22 9 31 40 16 59 14 25 1 8 200 FG% 1st Half: 10-28 35.7% 3FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% FT% 1st Half: 6-9 66.7%

2nd Half: 9-22 40.9% 2nd Half: 1-3 33.3% 2nd Half: 11-13 84.6%

Game: 38.0% Game: 30.8% Game: 77.3%

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#5 KANSAS STATE 21-10, 11-7

Total 3-Ptr Rebounds ## Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA Off Def Tot PF TP A TO Blk Stl Min 11 Williams, Peyton 6-15 1-5 9-9 3 3 6 3 22 1 1 1 3 38 15 Jones, Kali 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 4 0 0 2 0 1 11 10 Goth, Kayla 2-9 0-1 1-2 1 1 2 0 5 13 2 0 4 39 12 Ranke, Rachel 8-20 4-12 1-1 2 4 6 1 21 0 2 0 2 37 43 Carr, Christianna 4-12 3-8 1-2 2 4 6 2 12 1 2 3 0 27 01 Simmons, Savannah 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 05 Wiggins, Alisa 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0+ 13 Macke, Laura 1-2 1-2 0-0 2 1 3 3 3 0 1 0 2 20 25 Beard, Jasauen 3-7 0-1 2-2 0 5 5 2 8 1 3 0 5 16 33 Ray, Ashley 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 TEAM 2 3 5 Totals 24-68 9-29 15-18 14 24 38 16 72 16 14 4 18 200 FG% 1st Half: 13-37 35.1% 3FG% 1st Half: 5-18 27.8% FT% 1st Half: 4-4 100%

2nd Half: 11-31 35.5% 2nd Half: 4-11 36.4% 2nd Half: 11-14 78.6%

Game: 35.3% Game: 31.0% Game: 83.3%

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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

2017 — OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 3/4/17 . . . . vs. Oklahoma (Quarterfinals) . . . W, 82-58 3/5/17 . . . . . . . vs. Texas (Semifinals) . . . . . . W, 62-59 3/6/17 . . . . . . . . vs. Baylor (Finals) . . . . . . . W, 77-66

2018 (6) -- OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 3/3/18 . . . vs. (3) Oklahoma State (Quarterfinals) . . W, 69-60 3/4/18 . . . . . . vs. (2) Texas (Semifinals) . . . . . . L, 55-68

2019 (4) -- OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 3/9/19 . . . . . . . vs. (5) K-State (Quarterfinals) . . . . . . L, 59-72

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#2$ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 #3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 #4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 #6$ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2 #7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 $ - Reached Big 12 Championship Finals

CHAMPIONSHIP NUMBERS Tournament Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (2017) Title Game Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . 2 (2014, 2017) Semifinal Appearances . . . 4 (2014, 2016, 2017, 2018) Big 12 Championship Record . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6 (.571)


WVU BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS POINTS: Most Points Scored by a Player in a Tournament Game: 32, Tynice Martin vs. Baylor (3/6/17) Most Points Scored by a Player in a Career: 118, Tynice Martin (2016-17, 19-present) Most Points Scored by a Player in a Tournament: 82, Tynice Martin (2017) Most Scored by Team in a Tournament: 221 points (2017) Most Points Scored by Team in a Game: 82 points vs. Oklahoma (3/4/17) REBOUNDS: Most Rebounds by a Player in a Game: 13, Asya Bussie vs. TCU (3/8/14) Most Rebounds by a Player in a Career: 46, Lanay Montgomery (2014-17) Most Rebounds by a Player in a Tournament: 25, Teana Muldrow (2017) Most Rebounds by a Team in a Tournament: 102 rebounds (2014, 2017) Most Rebounds by a Team in a Game: 45 rebounds vs. Oklahoma (3/9/13) FIELD GOALS: Most Field Goals made by a Player in a Game: 10, Tynice Martin vs. Texas (3/5/17) Most Field Goals made by a Player in a Career: 38, Tynice Martin (2016-17, 19-present) Most Field Goals made by a Player in a Tournament: 25, Tynice Martin (2017) Most Field Goals made by a Team in a Tournament: 79 FGM (2017) Most Field Goals made by a Team in a Game: 33 FGM vs. Oklahoma (3/4/17) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: Most 3-Point Field Goals made by a Player in a Game: 5, Christal Caldwell vs. Oklahoma (3/9/13) Most 3-Point Field Goals made by a Player in a Career: 22, Teana Muldrow (2013-present) Most 3-Point Field Goals made by a Player in a Tournament: 12, Tynice Martin (2017) Most 3-Point Field Goals made by a Team in a Tournament: 29, 3FGM (2017) Most 3-Point Field Goals made by a Team in a Game: 10, 3FGM vs. Oklahoma (3/9/13) FREE THROWS MADE: Most Free Throws made by a Player in a Game: 12, Tynice Martin vs. Baylor (3/6/17) Most Free Throws made by a Player in a Career: 30, Tynice Martin (2016-17, 19-present) Most Free Throws made by a Player in a Tournament: 21, Tynice Martin (2017) Most Free Throws made by Team in a Tournament: 62 Free Throws (2014) Most Free Throws made by Team in a Game: 28 Free Throws vs. Texas (3/9/14) ASSISTS: Most Assists by a Player in a Game: 10, Chania Ray vs. Oklahoma (3/5/17) Most Assists by a Player in a Career:

33, Chania Ray (2016-18) Most Assists by a Player in a Tournament: 19, Chania Ray (2017) Most Assists by Team in a Tournament: 45 assists (2017) Most Assists by Team in a Game: 20 assists vs. Oklahoma (3/4/17) BLOCKS: Most Blocks by a Player in a Game: 5, Lanay Montgomery vs. Texas (3/5/17) Most Blocks by a Player in a Career: 19, Lanay Montgomery (2014-17) Most Blocks by a Player in a Tournament: 11, Lanay Montgomery (2017) Most Blocks by Team in a

Tournament: 19 Blocks (2017) Most Blocks by Team in a Game: 8 Blocks vs. Oklahoma (3/4/17) STEALS: Most Steals by a Player in a Game: 4, Katrina Pardee vs. Oklahoma State (3/3/18) Most Steals by a Player in a Career: 12, Teana Muldrow (2014-18) Most Steals by a Player in a Tournament: 7, Asya Bussie (2014) Most Steals by Team in a Tournament: 22 Steals (2017) Most Steals by Team in a Game: 12 vs. Texas Tech (3/6/15)

POSTSEASON APPEARANCES

Year (Record) Head Coach 2017-18 (25-12) Mike Carey 2016-17 (24-11) Mike Carey 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 1988-89 (24-8) Scott Harrelson Kittie Blakemore 1984-85 (20-10) Bill Fiske Kittie Blakemore

Opponent Bucknell (WNIT) Morgantown, W.Va. Saint Joseph’s (WNIT) James Madison (WNIT) St. John’s (WNIT) Virginia Tech (WNIT) Elon (NCAA) Maryland (NCAA) 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. Johnw’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)

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Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. College Park, Md. College Park, Md. 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 FEWEST POINTS WVU: 43 vs. LSU, March, March 19, 2007 Opponent: 49 by LSU, March 19, 2007 MOST REBOUNDS WVU: 52 vs. Houston, March 20, 2011 Opponent: 60 by Western Kentucky, March 15, 1989 BEST FG% WVU: 47.7% (31-65) at Ohio State, March 20, 2016 Opponent: 63.2% (36-57) at Virginia, March 26, 1992 LOWEST FG% WVU: 29.3% (17-58) vs. Vanderbilt, March 24, 2008 Opponent: 26.4% (19-72) by Western Kentucky, March 15, 1989 BEST 3-PT FG% WVU: 50.0% (6-12) vs. Western Kentucky, March 15, 1989 Opponent: 57.1% (8-14) by Maryland, March 19, 2017 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 BEST FREE THROW % WVU: 86.7% (13-15) vs. Elon, March 17, 2017 Opponent: 90.9% (20-22) by at LSU, March 25, 2014 LOWEST FREE THROW % WVU: 63.0% (17-27) at Virginia, March 26, 1992 Opponent: 48.3% (14-29) by Albany, March 23, 2014 ASSISTS WVU: 21 vs. Clemson, March 22, 1992 Opponent: 25 by Virginia, March 26,1992 BLOCKS WVU: 11 at Ohio State, March 20, 2016 Opponent: 10 at Baylor, March 22, 2011 STEALS WVU: 14 vs. Xavier, March 17, 2007 Opponent: 13 by Maryland, March 19, 2017 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: 11, Lanay Montgomery (2014, 2016-17) 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

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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: 24 by Tynice Martin vs. Elon, March 17, 2017 Tournament: 42 by Tynice, 2017 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 By Katrina Pardee vs. Elon, March 17, 2017 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: 33 by Taylor Palmer, 2011-14 20-POINT GAMES Liz Repella at Baylor, 3/22/11................................................29 Rosemary Kosiorek at Virginia, 3/26/92.................................27 Tynice Martin vs. Elon, 3/17/17................................... 26 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. San Diego State, 3/23/10..............17 pts, 12 reb. Liz Repella vs. Lamar, 3/21/10.............................15 pts, 11 reb. Ayana Dunning vs. Delaware, 3/24/13................15 pts, 10 reb. Madina Ali vs. Houston, 3/20/11.........................13 pts, 15 reb. Lanay Montgomery vs. Elon, 3/17/17..................13 pts, 10 reb. Jess Harlee vs. Texas, 3/17/12..............................10 pts, 10 reb.


SERIES RECORDS Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Akron 7-1 1984 2003 77-26 Alabama 1-0 1989 1989 75-66 Ala.-Birmingham 1-0 1988 1988 65-54 Albany (NY) 1-0 2014 2014 76-61 Alderson Broaddus 3-0 1977 1984 108-42 American 2-0 2007 2008 65-61 Appalachian State 1-0 2012 2012 72-67 Arizona 0-1 1983 1983 61-65 Arizona State 1-0 1989 1989 89-75 Arkansas 1-0 1992 1992 81-60 Auburn 1-0 2017 2017 56-52 Baylor 3-15 1985 2019 57-63 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 Bryant 1-0 2019 2019 94-48 Bucknell 4-0 2003 2018 83-50 Buffalo 1-0 2015 2015 84-61 Butler 1-1 1992 2018 75-68 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 St. 2-0 2011 2018 102-52 Central Florida 1-0 2006 2006 77-63 Central Michigan 0-1 1976 1976 64-90 Cincinnati 7-5 1978 2012 66-62 Charleston 8-7 1974 1985 110-82 Charleston Southern 1-0 2017 2017 88-38 Chattanooga 0-1 1984 1984 49-50 Cheyney 0-1 1984 1984 62-83 Cleveland State 3-0 1985 2006 82-39 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 11-0 1999 2019 78-37 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 1-1 1994 2018 75-42 Duke 0-2 1995 1996 70-84 Duquesne 38-9 1976 2015 60-39 East Carolina 2-2 1980 2005 76-54 Eastern Kentucky 4-2 1981 2019 78-29 East Stroudsburg 0-1 1977 1977 57-91 Edinboro 3-5 1977 1982 82-67 Elon 5-0 2011 2017 67-57 Evansville 2-0 1991 2014 83-39 Fairfield 1-0 2015 2015 67-53 Fairleigh Dickinson 3-0 2014 2016 91-42 Fairmont State 7-3 1974 1977 96-30 Florida 1-4 1991 2001 70-96

Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Florida International 2-0 2005 2009 67-59 OT Florida State 0-1 1988 1988 58-68 Fordham 1-0 2006 2006 83-39 Fresno State 2-0 2009 2010 72-52 Georgetown 10-13 1996 2012 39-32 George Mason 2-0 1990 1991 69-59 George Washington 13-13 1980 1995 72-93 Georgia State 0-1 1982 1982 63-64 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 Hawaii 1-1 1996 2014 59-56 High Point 2-0 2011 2017 82-59 Houston 3-0 2006 2011 79-73 Howard 3-1 1981 2017 95-49 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 1-4 1992 2019 81-84 Iowa State 10-5 2011 2019 61-77 IPFW 1-0 2015 2015 82-48 James Madison 7-3 1980 2018 67-55 Kansas 12-4 1993 2019 75-61 Kansas State 11-4 2013 2019 59-72 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 5-0 2005 2017 107-40 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 0-3 1981 2017 56-83 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 Missouri 1-1 1996 2019 51-68 Monmouth 0-1 1982 1982 54-55 Montana 1-0 1985 1985 62-60 Morehead State 3-0 2016 2018 66-56 Morgan State 2-1 1979 2019 72-37 Mount Mercy 1-0 1981 1981 95-93 Mount St. Mary’s 5-2 1979 2017 77-45 Nevada 1-0 2010 2010 66-41 New Jersey Tech 1-0 2009 2009 76-42

Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score New Mexico 2-0 1982 2008 61-60 Niagara 1-0 2019 2019 84-32 NJIT 1-0 2019 2019 95-50 North Carolina 0-1 1980 1980 56-95 North Carolina-Asheville 1-0 1995 1995 80-58 North Carolina A&T 1-0 2017 2017 80-64 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 North Florida 2-0 2011 2018 87-59 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 1-3 1982 2019 54-56 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 Oklahoma 9-9 1989 2019 69-80 Oklahoma State 10-7 2000 2019 77-54 Old Dominion 0-3 1983 1988 64-89 Ole Miss 2-2 1985 2017 66-61 Penn State 6-25 1977 1991 66-109 Pepperdine 1-0 1990 1990 79-72 Pitt 28-19 1974 2019 77-43 Pitt-Johnstown 3-5 1977 1983 68-81 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 Radford 2-0 2010 2018 75-55 Rhode Island 17-7 1984 2008 80-47 Rice 1-0 1989 1989 70-64 Richmond 3-2 1993 2001 74-84 Rider 1-0 2019 2019 83-43 Robert Morris 17-1 1978 2006 80-54 Rutgers 13-39 1980 2012 60-50 Sacramento State 1-0 2018 2018 101-47 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 19-6 1996 2018 76-62 St. Joseph’s 9-18 1983 2018 79-51 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 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 14-3 1990 2019 79-65 Temple 25-6 1981 2015 66-58 OT Tennessee 0-6 1983 2008 49-67 Tenn-Martin 1-1 1984 2001 62-85

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Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score Tennessee Tech 0-1 1987 1987 59-81 Texas 7-12 2012 2019 64-58 Texas - San Antonio 0-1 2006 2006 54-57 Texas A&M 1-1 2007 2018 70-56 Texas A&M - CC 0-2 2005 2006 69-70 OT Texas Tech 10-5 2013 2019 75-72 Toledo 0-2 1995 2002 58-72 Towson 5-0 1978 2019 90-43 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 UMKC 2-0 2003 2004 69-63 OT

Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score UNC Wilmington 1-0 2012 2012 76-47 USC 0-1 2016 2016 67-78 OT USC Upstate 2-0 2012 2017 91-33 USF 7-1 2006 2012 55-52 Vanderbilt 0-2 1988 2008 46-64 Villanova 12-18 1978 2019 64-57 Virginia 3-5 1989 2014 68-58 Virginia Commonwealth 2-0 1998 2000 63-56 Virginia Tech 6-12 1978 2018 61-64 Wake Forest 4-1 1990 2005 65-52 Washington 0-1 1993 1993 47-105 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

Series Last Last Opponent W/L Began Played Score 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 Record 1973-74 Kittie Blakemore game captains 4-10 1974-75 Kittie Blakemore Leslie Sergy 13-4 1975-76 Kittie Blakemore Cindy "Sam” Booth, Leslie Sergy 13-6 1976-77 Kittie Blakemore Cindy "Sam” Booth, Carol Mousseau, Sara Roberts 19-7 1977-78 Kittie Blakemore Linda Findo, Jean Mewshaw 18-9 1978-79 Kittie Blakemore Mary Hennen, Jean Mewshaw 9-16 1979-80 Kittie Blakemore Cindy Winegar 10-19 1980-81 Kittie Blakemore J.D. Drummonds, Betsy Shaw 15-18 1981-82 Kittie Blakemore Kathy Ball, Laurie Evans, Christy Webb 20-11 1982-83 Kittie Blakemore Dana Crone, Susan Muth, Cathy Parson 17-12 1983-84 Kittie Blakemore, Bill Fiske Kaye Leighton, Cindy Triplett 17-12 1984-85 Kittie Blakemore, Bill Fiske Olivia Bradley, Janet Hoffman, Lisa Ribble 20-10 1985-86 Kittie Blakemore, Bill Fiske Dee Davis, Georgeann Wells 12-17 1986-87 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Alexis Basil, Dionne Morris, Becky Winovich 14-15 1987-88 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Becky Winovich Crytser, Dionne Morris 14-14 1988-89 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Judy Eaton, Jenny Hillen, Dionne Morris 24-8 1989-90 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Rosemary Kosiorek, Tracey Slogik 19-10 1990-91 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Rosemary Kosiorek, Lori Wilson 17-12 1991-92 Kittie Blakemore, Scott Harrelson Donna Abbott, Rosemary Kosiorek, Lori Wilson 26-4 1992-93 Scott Harrelson Ann Murray, Jodie Runner 12-16 1993-94 Scott Harrelson Debbie Blazek, Chris McGuire 8-19 1994-95 Scott Harrelson Debbie Blazek, Chris McGuire 8-20 1995-96 Susan Walvius Lisa Szymczak, Christie Ammons 12-15 1996-97 Susan Walvius Christie Ammons, Adrienne Beard 19-12 1997-98 Alexis Basil Mandy Ronay, Adrienne Beard 12-16 1998-99 Alexis Basil Mandy Ronay, Christie Lambert 10-17 1999-00 Alexis Basil Mandy Ronay, Alisha Bogan 6-22 2000-01 Alexis Basil Marlo Thomas, Nina Mollerup 5-22 2001-02 Mike Carey Alisha Bogan, Brandi Batch, Jess Fisher 14-14 2002-03 Mike Carey Grace Carson, Eartha White, Jess Fisher 15-13 2003-04 Mike Carey Kate Bulger, Michelle Carter, Janell Dunlap 21-11 2004-05 Mike Carey Yolanda Paige, Sherell Sowho 21-13 2005-06 Mike Carey Yelena Leuchanka, Jeriece Lee 15-16 2006-07 Mike Carey Britney Davis-White, Olayinka Sanni 21-11 2007-08 Mike Carey Meg Bulger, Chakhia Cole, LaQuita Owens, Olayinka Sanni 25-8 2008-09 Mike Carey Takisha Granberry, Ashley Powell 18-15 2009-10 Mike Carey Madina Ali, Liz Repella 29-6 2010-11 Mike Carey Madina Ali, Liz Repella 24-10 2011-12 Mike Carey Asya Bussie, Jess Harlee 24-10 2012-13 Mike Carey Asya Bussie, Jess Harlee, Ayana Dunning 17-14 2013-14 Mike Carey Asya Bussie, Jess Harlee 30-5 2014-15 Mike Carey Averee Fields, Bria Holmes, Crystal Leary 23-15 2015-16 Mike Carey Bria Holmes, Lanay Montgomery 25-10 2017-18 Mike Carey Teana Muldrow, Tynice Martin, Katrina Pardee, Chania Ray 25-12 2018-19 Mike Carey Naomi Davenport, Tynice Martin, Katrina Pardee 22-11 Totals 786-578

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

Seasons 19 seasons 3 seasons 2 seasons 4 seasons 18 seasons

Record 301-214 28-55 31-27 33-77 393-205

Winning Pct. .584 .337 .534 .300 .657

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 18 seasons 19 seasons 2 seasons 3 seasons 4 seasons

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1973-74 1973-74 (4-10)

1975-76 (13-6)

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

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

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

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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


1978-79 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 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 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.

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1984-85 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 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

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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


1988-89 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 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 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

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1991-92 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 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

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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


1995-96 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 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 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

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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 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

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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


2004-05 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 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)

2004-05 (21-13, 7-9 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

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

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2007-08 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

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N14.....84-61.......... W....................................... vs. Howard N18.....78-30.......... W........................................ WOFFORD LMU/Ayres Thanksgiving Classic N24.....52-55.......... L.................................... vs. Texas A&M 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


2013-14 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

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2015-16 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 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

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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 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

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

2013-14 (30-5, 16-2 BIG 12/T-1st)

2014-15 (23-15, 7-11 BIG 12/T-7th)

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

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


2016-17 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 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

SEC/Big 12 Challenge D4.......66-61.......... W..........................................OLE MISS D10.....91-33.......... W................................... USC UPSTATE Charleston, W.Va. D17.....107-40........ W...................................vs. Longwood D21.....77-45.......... W.........................MOUNT ST. MARY’S D29.....83-61.......... W.............................................. at TCU J1........71-86.......... L.................................. at Kansas State J4........56-91.......... L.............................................. BAYLOR J8........83-73.......... W..................................... OKLAHOMA J11......66-75.......... L...................................... at Texas Tech J14......63-73.......... L.................................................TEXAS J18......62-51.......... W..........................................at Kansas J21......73-79.......... L.............................................at Baylor J25......89-79.......... W..................................... TEXAS TECH J29......54-69.......... L.............................................. at Texas F4........55-80.......... L.......................................IOWA STATE F7........87-90+....... L...................................... at Oklahoma F11......79-53.......... W.......................... OKLAHOMA STATE F15......66-59.......... W.................................KANSAS STATE F18......53-68.......... L......................................at Iowa State F22......77-73.......... W.................................................. TCU F25......63-67.......... L.............................at Oklahoma State F27......73-54.......... W............................................KANSAS Big 12 Championship M4......82-58.......... W................................... vs. Oklahoma M5......62-59.......... W........................................... vs. Texas M6......77-66.......... W .........................................vs. Baylor NCAA Tournament M17....75-62.......... W.............................................vs. Elon M19....56-83.......... L........................................at Maryland

2016-17 (24-11, 8-10 BIG 12/6th) N12.....88-38.......... W................CHARLESTON SOUTHERN N15.....95-49.......... W......................................... HOWARD N19.....69-39.......... W..................................COPPIN STATE Savannah Invitational N22.....80-64.......... W.....................vs. North Carolina A&T N23.....79-47.......... W...............................vs. East Carolina N24.....56-52.......... W........................................ vs. Auburn N27.....82-59.......... W..................................... HIGH POINT N30.....94-53.......... W...........................MOREHEAD STATE

2017-18 (25-12, 8-10 BIG 12/6TH) N10.....102-52........ W...... CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE N14.....101-47........ W.......................SACRAMENTO STATE N19.....87-59.......... W.............................. NORTH FLORIDA Paradise Jam N23.....76-68.......... W.......................................... vs. Butler N24.....74-42.......... W..........................................vs. Drexel N25.....79-61.......... W................................vs. Virginia Tech

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2017-18 Big 12/SEC Challenge D3.......70-56.......... W................................... at Texas A&M D7.......73-52.......... W.................................................. PITT D10.....101-43........ W..................................COPPIN STATE Charleston, W.Va. D16.....75-55.......... W....................................... vs. Radford D18.....84-41.......... W...............................MORGAN STATE D21.....66-56.......... W...........................MOREHEAD STATE D28.....87-82.......... W.............................................. at TCU D31.....58-79.......... L.............................................. at Texas J3........52-60.......... L...................................KANSAS STATE J7........57-49.......... W.....................................IOWA STATE J10......74-54.......... W..........................................at Kansas J13......74-76+....... L.................................................... TCU J17......73-79.......... L.............................at Oklahoma State J20......69-59.......... W....................................at Iowa State J24......82-52.......... W..................................... TEXAS TECH J28......72-83.......... L.............................................. BAYLOR F3........57-76.......... L...................................... at Oklahoma F5........55-73.......... L.................................................TEXAS F10......74-60.......... W.................................... at Texas Tech F14......76-46.......... W............................................KANSAS F17......77-79+....... L....................................... OKLAHOMA F20......75-66.......... W................................ at Kansas State F24......69-79.......... L............................ OKLAHOMA STATE F26......54-80.......... L.............................................at Baylor Big 12 Championship M3......69-60.......... W.......................... vs. Oklahoma State M4......55-68.......... L............................................. vs. Texas WNIT M15....83-50.......... W........................................BUCKNELL M18....79-51.......... W...............................SAINT JOSEPH’S M23....67-55.......... W.............................JAMES MADISON M25....76-62.......... W........................................ST. JOHN’S M28....61-64.......... L.................................. VIRGINIA TECH

2018-19 (22-11, 11-7 Big 12/4th) N6.......78-37.......... W..................................COPPIN STATE N11.....95-50.......... W.................................................. NJIT N15.....94-48.......... W............................................BRYANT

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Junkanoo Jam N23.....81-84.......... L.............................................. vs. Iowa N24.....81-39.......... W.........................vs. Eastern Kentucky SEC/Big 12 Challenge D2.......51-68.......... L...........................................MISSOURI D8.......77-43.......... W............................................... at Pitt Charleston, W.Va. D15.....78-29.......... W.........................vs. Eastern Kentucky D18.....72-37.......... W...............................MORGAN STATE D20.....90-43.......... W.......................................... TOWSON D29.....84-32.......... W......................................... NIAGARA J2........48-62.......... L................................................ at TCU J6........58-70.......... L.................................................TEXAS J9........67-58.......... W.......................... OKLAHOMA STATE J13......66-55.......... W.................................... at Oklahoma J16......73-64.......... W.....................................IOWA STATE J20......47-79.......... L.............................................at Baylor J23......68-65.......... W..................................... TEXAS TECH J26......60-30.......... W.................................KANSAS STATE J28......64-58.......... W............................................ at Texas F3........71-50.......... W............................................KANSAS F9........61-77.......... L......................................at Iowa State F13......75-72.......... W.................................... at Texas Tech F16......79-65.......... W.................................................. TCU F20......77-54.......... W...........................at Oklahoma State F23......69-80.......... L....................................... OKLAHOMA F27......79-90.......... L.................................. at Kansas State M2......75-61.......... W..........................................at Kansas M4......57-63.......... L.............................................. BAYLOR Big 12 Championship M9......59-72.......... L................................. vs. Kansas State WNIT M21....83-43.......... W............................................... RIDER M24....64-57.......... W ..................................... VILLANOVA M27....54-56.......... L............................... NORTHWESTERN Home: ALL CAPS • Away: indicated by “at” • Neutral: upper/lower case • * - overtime • + - double overtime • # - triple overtime


The West Virginia bench erupts after the Mountaineers secured a 75-70 overtime win over Villanova in the WNIT Quarterfinal Round on March 29, 2015.

1 2 All OT Games

OVERTIME GAMES

Overall 28-22 3-4 31-26

Home Away Neutral 14-9 10-9 4-4 1-1 2-3 0-0 15-10 12-12 4-4

Date

Opponent Site

Score W/L

Date

Opponent Site

Score W/L

February 17, 2018 January 13, 2018 February 7, 2017 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

Oklahoma TCU Oklahoma USC Temple Villanova Texas Texas Texas Tech DePaul DePaul Georgetown Florida Int’l Pitt Louisville Villanova Seton Hall Texas A&M – CC Kentucky UMKC Delaware State Syracuse Georgetown Duquesne Pitt UNC Charlotte Syracuse Miami Robert Morris

(OT) 77-79 (OT) 74-76 (2OT) 87-90 (OT) 67-78 (OT) 66-58 (OT) 75-70 (OT) 76-69 (OT) 56-49 (OT) 73-77 (OT) 64-57 (OT) 72-75 (OT) 73-79 (OT) 67-59 (OT) 75-77 (OT) 76-71 (2OT) 64-70 (OT) 61-67 (OT) 69-70 (2OT) 80-75 (OT) 69-63 (OT) 56-59 (OT) 77-74 (OT) 71-70 (OT) 84-81 (OT) 67-75 (OT) 50-52 (OT) 93-99 (OT) 72-74 (OT) 80-88

March 5, 1994 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

Duquesne Temple Massachusetts Temple W. Kentucky Indiana Wake Forest Rutgers Temple Pepperdine Penn State W. Kentucky G. Washington Florida State Massachusetts Temple Akron Massachusetts Temple Georgia Tech Rutgers G. Washington Virginia Tech Mount Mercy Miami Indiana, Pa. Edinboro Pitt-Johnstown

(OT) 72-69 (OT) 89-91 (OT) 62-52 (OT) 78-71 (OT) 84-85 (OT) 81-77 (OT) 91-85 (2OT) 71-87 (OT) 79-78 (OT) 79-72 (OT) 81-76 (OT) 69-67 (2OT) 95-97 (OT) 58-68 (OT) 76-77 (OT) 75-73 (OT) 79-74 (OT) 70-60 (2 OT) 86-81 (OT) 86-78 (OT) 85-87 (OT) 73-69 (2 OT) 82-81 (OT) 95-93 (OT) 87-89 (OT) 88-86 (OT) 73-77 (OT) 92-90

Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Norman, Okla. Spokane, Wash. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Hartford, Conn. Washington, D.C. Morgantown, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Louisville, Ky. Villanova, Pa. South Orange, N.J. Morgantown, W.Va. Lexington, Ky. Kansas City, Mo. Dover, Del. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. College Park, Md. Morgantown, W.Va. Miami, Fla. Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Amherst, Mass. Philadelphia, Pa. Bowling Green, Ky. Bloomington, Ind. Ruston, La. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Malibu, Calif. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Washington, D.C. Tallahassee, Fla. Morgantown, W.Va. Philadelphia, Pa. Parkersburg, W.Va. Philadelphia, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Tampa, Fla. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va. Blacksburg, Va. Coral Gables, Fla. Coral Gables, Fla. Indiana, Pa. Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown, W.Va.

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100-POINT GAMES

180

Pts Score

Opponent

131 114 110 109 109 108 107 105 104 103 103 102

Indiana (Pa.) Robert Morris Charleston (W. Va.) Delaware State Xavier Alderson-Broaddus Longwood Duquesne Cleveland State Providence West Liberty Central Connecticut State

131-44 114-45 110-82 109-47 109-76 108-42 107-40 105-50 104-66 103-92 103-62 102-52

Date

Dec. 7, 1982 Dec. 7, 2002 Dec. 21, 1984 Dec. 18, 2013 Dec. 29, 1984 Jan. 7, 1984 Dec. 17, 2016 Jan. 14, 1991 Jan. 24, 1985 Jan. 21, 1998 N/A Nov. 10, 2017

Pts Score

Opponent

102 102-34 102 102-53 101 101-47 101 101-43 101 101-46 101 101-49 101 101-91 101 101-54 100 100-34 100 100-60 100 100-84 100 100-58

Washington & Jefferson Salem Sacramento State Coppin State Saint Francis (Pa.) Glenville State Edinboro State Robert Morris Robert Morris Kennesaw State Miami (Fla.) Massachusetts

Date

Feb. 23, 1983 N/A Nov. 14, 2017 Dec. 10, 2017 Dec. 29, 2014 Dec. 12, 1981 Dec. 7, 1980 Dec. 10, 1977 Feb. 22, 1992 Dec. 21, 2005 Feb. 15, 2003 Feb. 13, 1992


VICTORIES OVER AP-RANKED TEAMS BY DATE

BY RANKING

Date 1/28/19 1/16/19 12/3/17 3/6/17 3/5/17 3/4/17 2/15/17 1/8/17 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

Score Opponent 64-58 Texas 73-64 Iowa State 70-56 Texas A&M 77-66 Baylor 62-59 Texas 82-58 Oklahoma 66-59 Kansas State 83-73 Oklahoma 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

Rank Site 12 Austin, Texas 18 Morgantown, W.Va. 18 College Station, Texas 2 Oklahoma City, Okla. 12 Oklahoma City, Okla. 19 Oklahoma City, Okla. 24 Morgantown, W.Va. 20 Morgantown, W.Va. 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.

2/17/80

81-77

17

Villanova

Morgantown, W.Va.

Date Score Opponent 3/6/17 77-66 Baylor 2/12/12 65-63 Notre Dame 1/29/08 63-54 Rutgers 2/7/09 79-70 at Louisville 3/2/14 71-69 Baylor 3/6/06 56-40 vs. Rutgers 2/8/92 80-61 George Washington 1/4/14 71-67 Oklahoma State 3/5/17 62-59 Texas 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 2/4/12 66-50 Louisville 1/13/08 56-50 Notre Dame 1/18/82 81-79 Penn State 2/24/92 61-60 George Washington 12/18/88 69-67* Western Kentucky 2/16/10 55-46 Georgetown 2/28/91 89-78 Rutgers 2/7/85 53-51 Saint Joseph’s 2/17/80 81-77 Villanova 2/13/08 56-35 Pitt 12/3/17 70-56 Texas A&M 3/4/17 82-58 Oklahoma 1/29/13 67-61 Oklahoma State 11/27/10 64-53 Iowa State 3/15/89 66-57 Western Kentucky 1/8/17 83-73 Oklahoma 2/17/16 63-55 Oklahoma 2/26/07 76-71* at Louisville 3/22/92 73-72 Clemson 1/17/15 61-49 Oklahoma State 2/3/13 82-63 Oklahoma 2/15/12 60-50 Rutgers 11/25/10 62-49 TCU 2/10/04 69-66 Virginia Tech 2/27/16 82-48 Oklahoma State 3/20/11 79-73 Houston 1/5/10 63-59 Pitt 1/29/14 67-56 Iowa State 3/7/04 58-47 Villanova 2/15/17 66-59 Kansas State 2/17/13 68-66 Iowa State 2/1/15 78-69 Oklahoma 1/9/07 74-63 at DePaul 11/25/11 63-54 UCLA 12/29/90 85-79 Northern Illinois * Overtime game

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Rank Site 2 Oklahoma City, Okla. 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 Oklahoma City, 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 Washington, D.C. 15 Morgantown, W.Va. 16 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va. 17 Morgantown, W.Va. 18 Morgantown, W.Va. 18 College Station, Texas 19 Oklahoma City, Okla. 19 Stillwater, Okla. 19 St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 19 Bowling Green, Ky. 20 Morgantown, W.Va. 20 Morgantown, W.Va. 20 Louisville, Ky. 20 Morgantown, W.Va. 21 Stillwater, Okla. 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 21 St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 21 Morgantown, W.Va. 22 Morgantown, W.Va. 22 Waco, Texas 22 Morgantown, W.Va. 23 Morgantown, W.Va. 23 Hartford, Conn. 24 Morgantown, W.Va. 24 Ames, Iowa 24 Morgantown, W.Va. 24 Chicago, Ill. 25 Northridge, Calif. 25 West Lafayette, Ind.

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The Mountaineers defeated No. 2 Baylor, 77-66, on March 6, 2017, in Oklahoma City, Okla., to win the 2017 Big 12 Tournament Championship.

IN THE AP RANKINGS DateRanking November 19, 2018 25 January 29, 2018 21 January 22, 2018 20 January 15, 2018 17 January 8, 2018 15 January 1, 2018 12 December 25, 2017 9 December 18, 2017 9 December 11, 2017 10 December 4, 2017 10 November 27, 2017 11 November 20, 2017 11 November 13, 2017 12 October 22, 2017* 13 March 13, 2017^ 22 January 30, 2017 22 January 23, 2017 22 January 16, 2017 24 January 9, 2017 18 January 2, 2017 17 December 26, 2016 12 December 19, 2016 13 December 12, 2016 14

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DateRanking 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 November 20, 2007 16 November 12, 2007 19 Preseason 2008 18 March 15, 1992 14 March 8, 1992 11 March 1, 1992 11 February 23, 1992 13 February 16, 1992 15 February 9, 1992 19 February 2, 1992 23 January 26, 1992 25


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 ALLAMERICA 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

2011 Liz Repella........................ Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award 2016 Bria Holmes..................................Senior CLASS Award THIRD TEAM 1983 Cathy Parson......................................................AWSF 1985 Georgeann Wells................................................AWSF 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 2011 Liz Repella.........................................................WBCA

2014 2014 2014 2015 2016 2016 2017 2017 2018 2019

Asya Bussie.......................WBCA/State Farm Coaches’ Asya Bussie.............................................................AP Bria Holmes.............................................................AP Bria Holmes.......................................................WBCA Bria Holmes.............................................................AP Bria Holmes.......................................................WBCA Tynice Martin..................................................AP Tynice Martin............................................ WBCA Teana Muldrow.......................................................AP Tynice Martin............................................ WBCA

WBCA ALL-REGION 2005 Meg Bulger................................................... Region 1 2008 Olayinka Sanni.............................................. Region 1 2011 Liz Repella .................................................... Region 1 2014 Asya Bussie................................................... Region 5 2015 Bria Holmes................................................... Region 5 2016 Bria Holmes................................................... Region 3 2017 Tynice Martin........................................Region 3 2019 Tynice Martin........................................Region 3

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA DISTRICT II SECOND TEAM 2003...................................................................Jess Fisher 2004...............................................................Sparkle Davis HAIER AMERICA STUDENT-ATHLETE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD February 2015 ................................................Averee Fields 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 2017..................................................... Lanay Montgomery

ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek.............................................Kodak SECOND TEAM 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek.......................................... USBWA

Tynice Martin became the first Mountaineer to earn Big 12 Freshman of the Year in 2016.

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WBCA CHAMPION PLAYER OF THE YEAR FINALIST 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek MARGARET WADE TROPHY FINALIST 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek U.S. OLYMPIC TRIALS FINALIST 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek USA BASKETBALL U23 TEAM TRIALS FINALIST 2015.................................................................Bria Holmes 2017......................................................Tynice Martin FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA 1982 Olivia Bradley.....................................................AWSF 1983 Georgeann Wells................................................AWSF 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

ACADEMIC ALL-EAST

1982.................................................................Susan Muth 1985...................................................................Lisa Ribble 1991...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1997............................................................... Ilse Opstaele

KEY AP ����������������������������������������������������������� Associated Press AWSF ��������������������� American Women’s Sports Federation AIAWC ������������������������������������ AIAW Coaches Association USBWA ������ United States Basketball Writers’ Association WBCA ���������������� Women’s Basketball Coaches Association

ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM 2013......................................................... Christal Caldwell 2014................................................................. Asya Bussie 2014...............................................................Bria Holmes* 2015...............................................................Bria Holmes* 2016...............................................................Bria Holmes* 2017....................................................Tynice Martin* 2018...........................................................Teana Muldrow 2019....................................................Tynice Martin* 2019........................................................Naomi Davenport * Unanimous selection SECOND TEAM 2016..................................................... Lanay Montgomery 2018........................................................Naomi Davenport HONORABLE MENTION 2013........................................................... Ayana Dunning 2015...............................................................Averee Fields 2016..........................................................Arielle Roberson 2017..................................................... Lanay Montgomery 2017...........................................................Teana Muldrow 2018..................................................................Chania Ray BIG 12 ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM 2013.................................................................. Jess Harlee 2014................................................................. Asya Bussie 2014.................................................................. Jess Harlee 2016..................................................... Lanay Montgomery 2017..................................................... Lanay Montgomery BIG 12 ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2013.................................................................Bria Holmes 2016......................................................Tynice Martin

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Averee Fields garnered Big 12 Student-Athlete of the Year and CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team Honors in 2015.

2019................................................... Madisen Smith BIG 12 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2014................................................................. Asya Bussie 2014.................................................................Bria Holmes 2017...........................................Tynice Martin (MOP) 2017...........................................................Teana Muldrow BIG 12 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2016......................................................Tynice Martin BIG 12 SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR 2014...............................................................Taylor Palmer 2019........................................................Kari Niblack

BIG 12 TOURNAMENT MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER 2017......................................................Tynice Martin BIG 12 SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2014.................................................................. Jess Harlee 2015...............................................................Averee Fields BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Bria Holmes.............................................February 29, 2016 Chania Ray................................................. January 2, 2017 Tynice Martin................................ February 13, 2017 Teana Muldrow..................................... November 20, 2017


Naomi Davenport................................. November 12, 2018 Katrina Pardee.......................................December 31, 2018 Tynice Martin.................................. January 14, 2019 Tynice Martin.................................. February 4, 2019

2009........................................................Takisha Granberry 2009...................................................................Liz Repella 2010................................................................. Sarah Miles 2011.................................................................. Madina Ali

BIG 12 FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK Bria Holmes...........................................December 10, 2012 Tynice Martin.................................. January 11, 2016 Tynice Martin.................................. January 18, 2016 Madisen Smith............................November 26, 2018 Madisen Smith.............................. February 11, 2019 Madisen Smith.............................. February 18, 2019

THIRD TEAM 1996..............................................................Talisha Hargis 1997.......................................................Maria Tchobanova 2003................................................................. Kate Bulger 2004............................................................. Yolanda Paige

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM 2013...............................................................Akilah Bethel 2013............................................................ Averee Fields^ 2013.................................................................. Jess Harlee 2014................................................................Jess Harlee^ 2014...............................................................Averee Fields 2014................................................................. Asya Bussie 2015...............................................................Averee Fields 2015.................................................................Bria Holmes 2015............................................................. Bre McDonald 2017..................................................... Lanay Montgomery 2017.............................................................Katrina Pardee 2018...........................................................Theresa Ekhelar 2018................................................................Kristina King 2018.............................................................Katrina Pardee 2018..................................................................Nia Staples 2019...........................................................Theresa Ekhelar 2019......................................................Tynice Martin 2019.............................................................Katrina Pardee 2019......................................................... Lucky Rudd 2019..................................................................Nia Staples SECOND TEAM 2013......................................................... Brooke Hampton 2013................................................................Crystal Leary 2013...............................................................Taylor Palmer 2014.................................................................Bria Holmes 2015................................................................Crystal Leary 2015..............................................................Linda Stepney 2016.................................................................Bria Holmes 2017.............................................................. Alexis Brewer 2017..................................................................Chania Ray 2017........................................................... Desiree Rhodes 2018...................................................... Krystaline McCune 2018..................................................................Chania Ray 2019........................................................Naomi Davenport ^ denotes a 4.0 GPA

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

FRESHMAN TEAM 2001................................................................. Kate Bulger 2002............................................................. Yolanda Paige 2002............................................................. Sherell Sowho 2004................................................................. Meg Bulger 2010...............................................................Asya Bussie* 2012..............................................................Linda Stepney HONORABLE MENTION 2006 ...............................................................Chakhia Cole 2010 ........................................................Korinne Campbell 2012 ......................................................... Christal Caldwell ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2004............................................................. Yolanda Paige 2006.............................................................. Chakhia Cole 2006.....................................................Britney Davis-White 2010................................................................. Sarah Miles 2010...................................................................Liz Repella BIG EAST ROOKIE/FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2004................................................................. Meg Bulger CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 2004..................................................................Mike Carey 2010.......................................................... Mike Carey (Co) 2014 .................................................................Mike Carey BIG EAST MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 2009................................................................. Sarah Miles BIG EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2010................................................................. Sarah Miles TARGET/BIG EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Rebecca Burbridge BIG EAST SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2008................................................................. Meg Bulger BIG EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE SPORT EXCELLENCE AWARD 2009...................................................................Liz Repella BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK Talisha Hargis..........................................December 9, 1997 Rebecca Burbridge.................................December 16, 1997 Kate Bulger..............................................December 3, 2002 Kate Bulger............................................December 31, 2002 Kate Bulger................................................... March 3, 2003 Yolanda Paige........................................... January 26, 2004 Yolanda Paige....................................... November 29, 2004 Meg Bulger..............................................December 6, 2004 Sherell Sowho........................................December 13, 2004 Meg Bulger............................................December 27, 2004 Meg Bulger............................................... January 27, 2005 Meg Bulger............................................December 26, 2005 LaQuita Owens........................................February 27, 2007 Olayinka Sanni.......................................... January 15, 2007 Olayinka Sanni.......................................... January 21, 2008 LaQuita Owens..........................................February 4, 2008 Sarah Miles.............................................., February 9, 2009 Asya Bussie..............................................February 13, 2012 BIG EAST FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK Maria Tchobanova...................................... January 9, 1996 Maria Tchobanova.....................................February 5, 1996

Yolanda Paige....................................... November 19, 2001 Sherell Sowho....................................... November 26, 2001 Sherell Sowho........................................December 31, 2001 Yolanda Paige........................................... January 21, 2002 Yolanda Paige..........................................February 18, 2002 Meg Bulger................................................. January 5, 2004 Meg Bulger............................................... January 19, 2004 Meg Bulger............................................... January 26, 2004 Meg Bulger................................................February 2, 2004 Meg Bulger................................................February 9, 2004 Meg Bulger..............................................February 16, 2004 Asya Bussie............................................December 14, 2009 ATLANTIC 10 STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1991...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek ATLANTIC 10 PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek

ALL-ATLANTIC 10 FIRST TEAM 1984.............................................................. Olivia Bradley 1985.........................................................Georgeann Wells 1986.........................................................Georgeann Wells 1990...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1991...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1992............................................................. Donna Abbott SECOND TEAM 1983.............................................................. Olivia Bradley 1983...............................................................Cathy Parson 1984.........................................................Georgeann Wells 1985.............................................................. Olivia Bradley 1987..................................................................Alexis Basil 1989.................................................................Jenny Hillen 1990............................................................. Donna Abbott 1991............................................................. Donna Abbott 1993............................................................ Christy Cooper 1994............................................................. Lisa Szymczak ALL-FRESHMAN ATLANTIC 10 1984..................................................................Alexis Basil 1986............................................................. Dionne Morris 1987............................................................... Tracey Slogik 1987........................................................Marianne Sullivan 1989............................................................. Donna Abbott 1989...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1990............................................................... Jodie Runner 1995..........................................................Christie Lambert ......................................................................Talisha Hargis ATLANTIC 10 COACH OF THE YEAR 1984..........................................................Kittie Blakemore 1992..........................................................Kittie Blakemore 1992............................................................Scott Harrelson ATLANTIC 10 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Olivia Bradley................................................. Dec. 20, 1983 Olivia Bradley..................................................Jan. 31, 1983 Olivia Bradley................................................... Dec. 3, 1984 Georgeann Wells........................................... Dec. 10, 1984 Georgeann Wells........................................... Dec. 31, 1984 Georgeann Wells............................................. Dec. 2, 1985 Georgeann Wells..............................................Feb. 3, 1986 Georgeann Wells............................................Feb. 10, 1986 Alexis Basil...................................................... Dec. 8, 1986 Alexis Basil.....................................................Feb. 16, 1987 Rosemary Kosiorek......................................... Dec. 31, 1989 Donna Abbott.................................................Jan. 21, 1990 Donna Abbott.................................................Feb. 18, 1990 Rosemary Kosiorek............................................Feb. 3, 1991

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Donna Abbott.................................................Feb. 17, 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek..........................................Feb. 24, 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... Dec. 7, 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek......................................... Dec. 21, 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek......................................... Jan. 11, 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek............................................Feb. 1, 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek..........................................Feb. 29, 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................ March 7, 1992 Christy Cooper............................................... Dec. 19, 1992 Christy Cooper................................................Jan. 30, 1993 Anna Tillman.....................................................Feb. 6, 1993 Lisa Szymczak................................................... Jan. 1, 1994 Lisa Szymczak.................................................Feb. 12, 1994 ATLANTIC 10 FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK Alexis Basil.................................................... Dec. 13, 1983 Judy Eaton....................................................... Dec. 2, 1985 Judy Eaton..................................................... Dec. 30, 1985 Dionne Morris.................................................Feb. 17, 1986 Tracy Slogik...................................................... Dec. 8, 1986 Marianne Sullivan............................................. Jan. 5, 1987 Marianne Sullivan...........................................Jan. 12, 1987 Rosemary Kosiorek........................................... Dec. 5, 1988 Rosemary Kosiorek......................................... Dec. 19, 1988 Rosemary Kosiorek.................................. Jan. 9, Jan. 9 1989 Donna Abbott.................................................Feb. 13, 1989 Donna Abbott.................................................Feb. 20, 1989 Lori Wilson.................................................... March 5, 1989 Christy Cooper................................................. Dec. 3, 1989 Jodi Runner....................................................Jan. 21, 1990 Jodi Runner....................................................Feb. 25, 1990 Talisha Hargis................................................ Dec. 17, 1994 Christie Lambert............................................... Jan. 7, 1995 Christie Lambert.............................................Jan. 28, 1995 Talisha Hargis.................................................Feb. 18, 1995 Talisha Hargis.................................................Feb. 25, 1995 ALL-ECAC 1991...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek

ACADEMIC ATLANTIC 10 FIRST TEAM 1984............................................................. Kaye Leighton 1984...................................................................Lisa Ribble 1985...................................................................Lisa Ribble 1990.................................................................... Tina Parry 1991...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1992...................................................... Rosemary Kosiorek 1993............................................................ Christy Cooper 1994............................................................. Lisa Szymczak HONORABLE MENTION 1986.............................................................. Janice Rowan 1987.............................................................. Janice Rowan 1989.................................................................... Tina Parry ALL-TOURNAMENT 1978 Mary Hennen.....................................WVU Invitational 1978 Jean Mewshaw.................................WVU Invitational 1979 Carla Cyr...........................................WVU Invitational 1979 Mary Hennen.....................................WVU Invitational 1982 Dana Crone.................................UConn Husky Classic 1983 Olivia Bradley...................................Kent State Classic 1983 Georgeann Wells........................................ Atlantic 10 1984 Alexis Basil.......................................Coca-Cola Classic 1984 Olivia Bradley..................... South Fla. Christmas(MVP) 1984 Georgeann Wells.....................South Florida Christmas 1985 Alexis Basil.............................. Mountaineer Christmas 1985 Olivia Bradley...............................Lady Kat Dial Classic 1985 Olivia Bradley........................... Mississippi Dial Classic 1985 Olivia Bradley.......................... Mountaineer Christmas

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1985 Janet Hoffman.......................... Mississippi Dial Classic 1985 Georgeann Wells..........................Lady Kat Dial Classic 1985 Georgeann Wells............Mountaineer Christmas(MVP) 1985 Georgeann Wells........................................ Atlantic 10 1986 Alexis Basil................................................. Atlantic 10 1986 Georgeann Wells........................................ Atlantic 10 1987 Alexis Basil.......................................... Buckeye Classic 1988 Judy Eaton..................................Lady Seminole Classic 1989 Jenny Hillen................................Lady Seminole Classic 1989 Jenny Hillen...........................................Sooner Classic 1989 Judy Eaton.............................................Sooner Classic 1989 Rosemary Kosiorek................................Sooner Classic 1989 Jenny Hillen....................................... Dial Soap Classic 1989 Judy Eaton......................................... Dial Soap Classic 1989 Jenny Hillen......................................Atlantic 10 (MVP) 1989 Rosemary Kosiorek..................................... Atlantic 10 1990 Donna Abbott............................................. Atlantic 10 1991 Rosemary Kosiorek.........................Boilermaker Classic 1991 Donna Abbott.................................... Dial Soap Classic 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek.............................. Cavalier Classic 1992 Lori Wilson.......................... Indiana Full-O-Pep Classic 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek.............. Indiana Full-O-Pep Classic 1992 Rosemary Kosiorek.......................NCAA East Regional 1993 Anna Tillman...............................Arkansas Dial Classic 1993 Lori Quertinmont....................Amana-Hawkeye Classic 1993 Jodie Runner.............................................. Atlantic 10 1994 Lisa Szymczak...........................Colorado Coors Classic 1994 Lisa Szymczak................................ Auburn Dial Classic 1995 Christie Lambert............Texas Tech/Lady Raider Classic 1995 Christie Lambert......... Ga. Southern/Hmptn Inn Classic 1996 Christie Lambert.......................... Kentucky Invitational 1999 Brandi Batch........................................ Terrapin Classic 1999 Christin Annie.......................Tulane/Doubletree Classic 2000 Darya Kudryavtseva........UNC-Wilmington/Beach Blast 2001 Sherell Sowho.................Colorado State/Coors Classic 2002 Sherell Sowho......................RazeWV.com Hoops Bash 2002 Kate Bulger..........................RazeWV.com Hoops Bash 2002 Michelle Carter.....................RazeWV.com Hoops Bash 2004 Kate Bulger............................................. Paradise Jam 2004 Yolanda Paige................................................BIG EAST 2005 Yolanda Paige..............FIU/Herald Thanksgiving Classic 2005 Sherell Sowho.............FIU/Herald Thanksgiving Classic 2005 Yolanda Paige....................................Postseason WNIT 2005 Meg Bulger.......................................Postseason WNIT 2006 Britney Davis-White.......................................BIG EAST 2006 Chakhia Cole.................................................BIG EAST 2007 Sparkle Davis..................... Basketball Traveler’s Classic 2007 Olayinka Sanni........... LMU/Ayres Thanksgiving Classic 2008 Olayinka Sanni.....................................URI Invitational 2008 LaQuita Owens.....................................URI Invitational 2008 Chakhia Cole........................................URI Invitational 2008 Olayinka Sanni..............................FAU Holiday Classic 2008 LaQuita Owens..............................FAU Holiday Classic 2009 Takisha Granberry............ Dead River Company Classic 2009 Liz Repella....................... Dead River Company Classic 2010 Liz Repella.......................................... Preseason WNIT 2010 Sarah Miles.......................................... Nugget Classic 2010 Asya Bussie (MVP)................................ Nugget Classic 2010 Sarah Miles...................................................BIG EAST 2010 Liz Repella.....................................................BIG EAST 2011 Liz Repella (MVP)............. Paradise Jam Island Division 2011 Madina Ali........................ Paradise Jam Island Division 2012 Taylor Palmer......................Woodland Hills Holiday Inn ������������������������������������������������ Thanksgiving Basketball Classic 2013 Taylor Palmer..........................FIU Thanksgiving Classic 2014 Asya Bussie............................Rainbow Wahine Classic 2014 Christal Caldwell....................Rainbow Wahine Classic 2014 Asya Bussie....................................................... Big 12 2014 Bria Holmes....................................................... Big 12 2015 Bria Holmes........................................ Preseason WNIT 2015 Averee Fields.....................................Postseason WNIT 2015 Bria Holmes.......................................Postseason WNIT 2016 Bria Holmes (MVP)...................Hall of Fame Challenge

Yelena Leuchanka has represented the Mountaineers twice in the Olympics. She played for her home country of Belarus in the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics and the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics.

2016 2016 2017 2017 2017 2017 2018 2018 2018

Bria Holmes............................ Florida Sunshine Classic Lanay Montgomery ................ Florida Sunshine Classic Tynice Martin (MVP)........Savannah Invitational Tynice Martin (MOP).................................Big 12 Teana Muldrow..........................Savannah Invitational Teana Muldrow................................................. Big 12 Teana Muldrow (MVP)...... Paradise Jam Island Division Chania Ray....................... Paradise Jam Island Division Teana Muldrow ................................Postseason WNIT

SUMMER TEAMS 1983 Georgeann Wells..................... National Sports Festival 1989 Lori Wilson...................................U.S. Olympic Festival 1990 Rosemary Kosiorek.......................U.S. Olympic Festival 1996 Ilse Opstaele............................ Nike/BIG EAST All-Stars 1997 Christie Lambert...................... Nike/BIG EAST All-Stars 1998 Mandy Ronay.......................... Nike/BIG EAST All-Stars 1999 Christin Annie.......................... Nike/BIG EAST All-Stars 2000 Mary Grace Carson..................NIKE/BIG EAST All-Stars 2001 Kate Bulger.............................NIKE/BIG EAST All-Stars 2008 Liz Repella.................................... Baja Friendship Tour OLYMPIANS 2008 Yelena Leuchanka.............................................Belarus 2016 Natalie Burton................................................Australia 2016 Yelena Leuchanka.............................................Belarus


ALL-TIME TEAMS

The WVU All-Time Committee is comprised of Kittie Blakemore, Barb Born, Michael Fragale, Doug Huff, Russell Luna, Jay Redmond, Lisa Stolar and Craig Walker.

1973-86 TEAM

Cindy “Sam” Booth Guard (1974-77)

Olivia Bradley Forward (1982-85)

J.D. Drummonds Guard (1980-81)

Mary Hennen Forward (1976-79)

Cathy Parson Guard (1980-83)

Lisa Ribble Guard (1982-85)

Georgeann Wells Center (1983-86)

Cindy Winegar Guard (1977-80)

1987-2000 TEAM

Donna Abbott Forward (1989-92)

Alexis Basil Guard (1984-87)

Talisha Hargis Guard (1995-98)

Jenny Hillen Guard (1986-89)

Rosemary Kosiorek Guard (1989-92)

Christie Lambert Forward (1995; 97-99)

Dionne Morris Guard (1986-89)

Maria Tchbanova Forward (1996-99)

2001-14 TEAM

Kate Bulger Forward (2001-04)

Meg Bulger Guard (2004-06; 2008)

Asya Bussie Center (2010-12;14)

Christal Caldwell Guard (2011-14)

Yolanda Paige Guard (2002-05)

Liz Repella Guard (2008-11)

Olayinka Sanni Center (2005-08)

Sherell Sowho Guard (2002-05)

2015-28 POOL Averee Fields, Forward (2012-15); Lanay Montgomery, center (2014-17); Linda Stepney, Guard (2012-15); Bria Holmes (2013-16)

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MOUNTAINEER GREATS ROSEMARY KOSIOREK Lettered: 19 89-90C-91C-92C #4, 5-5, Guard Baltimore, Md. A diminutive point guard from Baltimore, Maryland, Rosemary Kosiorek was West Virginia’s most decorated women’s basketball player ever, leading the Mountaineers to a 26-4 record and a No. 11 national ranking in 1992. A four-year contributor, the Mountaineers were upset winners of the Atlantic 10 tournament Kosiorek’s freshman year, advancing to the NCAA tournament for the first time. As a junior, she became the first player to lead the Atlantic 10 in both scoring (20.2) and assists (6.2), earning honorable mention All-America honors. There was nothing she couldn’t do. She could shoot, she could pass, she could dribble past anyone and she could score. She held the record for most points scored in a single game (37 vs. Marshall) from 1992-98 and set the record for assists in a game (15 vs. Duquesne, 1992). As a senior, she was unstoppable, leading WVU to a 22-game winning streak, the A-10 regular-season title and a 25-3 regular-season record, as she averaged 24.3 points and a school record 6.8 assists per game. Her 1,136 points scored that season were almost half of WVU’s total output; for her career, she had 2,061 points and 725 assists. In addition, Kosiorek racked up 43 20-point games during her career. At the end of that 1992 season, the Mountaineers received a No. 4 seed in the NCAA tournament, hosting Clemson in what would be a 71-70 win before 8,000 fans at the Coliseum. WVU advanced to the Sweet 16 before losing at powerhouse Virginia. A Kodak All-American and a finalist for the Margaret Wade Trophy (given to the college player of the year), Kosiorek received the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award from the Basketball Hall of Fame as the nation’s best player under 5-5. A three-time All-Atlantic 10 pick, she was the 1992 Atlantic 10 player of the year and WVU’s MVP and team captain. A first team Academic AllAmerican, Kosiorek graduated with honors in accounting from WVU in 1992. Kosiorek was invited to try out for the U.S. Olympic Team and the WNBA. She was named to the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame in 2003.

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MOUNTAINEER GREATS CATHY PARSON Lettered: 19 80-81-82-83C #21, 5-7, Guard Hagerstown, Md. A brilliant guard from Hagerstown, Maryland, Cathy Parson is WVU women’s basketball career scoring leader. Tallying 2,115 points during her four year career (1980-83), Parson appeared in a then-school record 121 career games and averaged 17.5 points per game. Her career scoring total is even more impressive when considering Jerry West (2,309) and Rod Hundley (2,180) are the only WVU basketball players, male or female, to have scored more points. She is also the women’s all-time leader in career field goals made (899) and attempted (2,072). Of her 121 games played, Parson registered double figures 108 times. A three-time Mountaineer MVP, the 5-7 Parson was the first women’s player to have her jersey retired. She was a three-time all-BIG EAST selection, an honorable mention AIAW All-America in 1982 and a third team AIAW All-America selection in 1983. After graduation, Parson was one of 20 players selected to try out for a spot with the Harlem Globetrotters. She also played a season for the Virginia Wave of the Women’s American Basketball Association. Parson later spent three years as an assistant coach at Providence College and in 1988 accepted the head job at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Va. While at Newport, she won two Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year awards and coached Kodak All-American Karen Barefoot, the only player in NCAA history to score 2,000 points and record 1,000 assists. She also took Newport to three Division III tournaments and made the Sweet 16 in 1992. Parson was head coach of the WNBA’s Washington Mystics for one season in 1998 and served eight seasons as head coach for Howard from 2000-08.

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MOUNTAINEER GREATS GEORGEANN WELLS Lettered: 19 83-84-85-86C #11, 6-7, Center Columbus, Ohio In 1983, the talk in Morgantown centered around a 6-foot-7 center who could dunk. The folks weren’t talking about men’s basketball’s newest recruit; they were excited about Georgeann Wells. Wells came to WVU as a heavily recruited prep star from Northland High in Columbus, Ohio. After a short time adjusting, she averaged 11.9 points per game as a freshman. Wells 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 and the blocks were all just window dressing. Wells could dunk, and dunk hard! She made history 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 with 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, the Women’s College Basketball Hall of Fame and induction into Houston’s Phi Slamma 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. She was inducted into WVU’s Sports Hall of Fame in the Fall of 2007, and the long lost footage of her dunk was found in the spring of 2009 via investigative reporting by the Wall Street Journal.

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Adrienne Beard, Naomi Davenport, Dominique Simpson

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Christal Caldwell, Dominique Dixon, Tehana Geist, Ashley Jones, LaQuita Owens, Lauren Saiki

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Olivia Bradley, Lisa Ciak, Pam Harper, Lanay Montgomery, Akeema Richards, Sara Roberts, Mandy Ronay, Lucky Rudd, Kelly Smith

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Debbie Blazek, Jenny Booth, Asya Bussie, Dana Crone, Kim Davis, Jenny Hillen, Johnna Lyons, Bre McDonald, Kathy Miczulski, Carol Mousseau, Cheryl Puskarich, Desiree Rhodes, Jada Wright

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Alexis Brewer, Sparkle Davis, Kysre Gondrezick, Michelle Jaccar, Taylor Palmer

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Akilah Bethel, Alisha Bogan, Jessica Capers, Kirsten Deans, Kendra Goodley, Destiny Harden, Bianca Jarrett, Christie Lambert, Holly Muir, Jo Salisbury, Olivia Seggie, Tyara Warren

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Christie Ammons, Jocelyn Branham, Korinne Campbell, Takisha Granberry, Jean Mewshaw, Jessica Morton, Cathy Parson, Amber Robinson, Leslie Sergy, Latitia Williams

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Meg Bulger, Brooke Hampton, Rosemary Kosiorek, Kayla Montgomery, Nia Staples, Lucky Rudd, Lisa Weisenstein

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LaQuanda Brandon, Michelle Carter, Averee Fields, Tamika Louis, Tynice Martin, Sarah Miles, Marlo Thomas

Kathy Ball, Mary Grace Carson, Chakhia Cole, Blessing Ejiofor, Cathy Meadows, Katrina Pardee, Dora Post, Mary Scott, Christy Smith, Linda Stepney, Sarah Wetmore

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Brandi Cook, Christy Cooper, Linda Findo, Kate Glusko, Pam Harper, Brittany Holestine, Mindy Kniceley, Darya Kudryavtseva, Suzie Lefever, Ilse Opstaele, Liz Repella, Marva Wells

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Britney Davis-White, Ashley Dunn, Carolyn Huffman, Karen Hutson, Marsha Kinder, Suzie Lefever, Teana Muldrow, Ilse Opstaele, Lori Quertinmont, Georgeann Wells

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Cindy Booth, Sarah Bucar, Darius Faulk, Vanessa House, Carolyn Huffman, Jala Jordan, Yolanda Paige, Chania Ray, Tanya White, Jo Zari Becky Franklin, Aubrey Guastalli, Kristin Heminger, Kristina King, Jo Salisbury, Alex Sanabria, Donna Vujnovic Lynn Buckley, Patrice Conwright, J.D. Drummonds, Jess Harlee, Cheryl Kennedy, Dionne Morris, Selese Neal, Kari Niblack, Jozetta Nutter, Lisa Ribble, Yassemeen Sa’Dullah, Sherell Sowho, Bailey Thomas

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Cindy Booth, Rebecca Burbridge, Alia Clark, Donna DeWitt, Julie Fain, Bria Holmes, Kristen Kilgore, Ashley Powell, Sara Roberts, Janice Rowan, Christy Webb, Marva Wells, Antishia Wright Lyn DeChristopher, Judy Eaton, Janet Hoffman, Elizabeth Holbrook, Debbie Jenkins, Anja Martin, Arleighshya McElroy, Lisa Morton, Ann Murray, Beth Shank

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Candy Cassis, Dana Crone, Cynthia Fullard, Crystal Leary, Ramika McGee, Chris McGuire, Arielle Roberson, Sue Schuesler, Diane Schmidt, Melanie Small, Maria Tchobanova, Tonia Williams, Cindy Winegar

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Brandi Calhoun, Ayana Dunning, Jan Kiger, Yelena Leuchanka, Shannon Monahan, Cheryl Puskarich, Marianne Rice, Eartha White, Lana Whitehead

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Janay Armstrong, Brandi Batch, Kim Brown, Janell Dunlap, Theresa Ekhelar, Mary Hennen, Celeste Knaus, Dora Post, Betsy Shaw, Anna Tillman

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Connie Blouse, De’Janae Boykin, Natalie Burton, Laurie Evans, Lubirdia Gordon, Janet Hoffman, Tameka Kelly, Jean Mewshaw, Tracey Slogik

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Cindy Atman, Pat Hovorka, Christy Smith, Cindy Triplett

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Amanda Baker, Carla Cyr, Maria Edwards, Jenni Kurucz, Kaye Leighton, Chris Nebel, Kate Wells

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Olivia Bradley, Talisha Hargis, Beth Persinger, Patricia Ryan, Lori Wilson, Kate Bulger Becky Winovich Crytser, Lisa Szymczak

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Lynn Buckley, Rachel Crawford, Dee Davis, Jess Fisher, Amanda Keehan, Susan Muth, Tina Parry

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Lauren Cooley, Jenny Hillen, Kim Houser, Marie Malone, Nina Mollerup, Monique McCoy, Leslie Sergy, Madisen Smith, Kim Tingley

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Lisa Cooper, Amanda Hayes, Olayinka Sanni, Marlena Schmidt

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Donna Abbott, Alexis Basil, Sue Duessel, Laurie Evans, Joanne Herald, Zsofia Horvath, Monique McCoy, Rochelle Norris, Suzanne Sartor, Val Zona

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Dessie Marinova, Ranisha White

Madina Ali, Christin Annie, Janay Armstrong, Tricia Fore, Jeriece Lee, April Lowry, Marianne Sullivan, Katalin Katanich

Catherine Barboza, Jodie Runner Stephanie Pannell Krystaline McCune

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LETTERWINNERS

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A Donna Abbott, F..................Huntington, W.Va.................................... 1989-90-91-92C Madina Ali, F........................Williamsport, Pa...............................................2010C-11C Christie Ammons, G.............Maidsville, W.Va....................................1994-95-96C-97C Christin Annie, F...................Clarksburg, W.Va.............................................1998-99-00 Cindy Atman, C....................Pittsburgh, Pa............................................................ 1976

B Amanda Baker, G.................Thornton, Ky.............................................................. 1994 Kathy Ball, G........................South Point, Ohio.................................... 1979-80-81-82C Catherine Barboza, F...........Delaware, Ohio.......................................... 1994-95-96-97 Alexis Basil, G......................Elkins, W.Va............................................. 1984-85-86-87C Brandi Batch, F....................Morton, Pa.............................................. 1999-00-01-02C Adrienne Beard, F................Gaithersburg, Md................................................. 1997-98 Akilah Bethel, G...................Baltimore, Md....................................................... 2012-13 Debbie Blazek, G.................Bellaire, Ohio.........................................1992-93-94C-95C Connie Blouse, F..................Dallastown, Pa.......................................................... 1980 Alisha Bogan, G...................Gulfport, Miss.....................................................2001-02C Cindy Booth, G....................Oak Hill, W.Va........................................1974-75-76C-77C Jenny Booth, G....................Hagerstown, Md........................................................ 1981 Olivia Bradley, F...................Bradenton, Fla......................................... 1982-83-84-85C Jocelyn Branham, G.............Martinsburg, W.Va..................................... 1989-90-91-92 Alexis Brewer, G...................Buffalo, Ky............................................................ 2016-17 Kim Brown, F.......................Wellsburg, W.Va........................................ 1985-86-87-88 Sarah Bucar, G.....................Pittsburgh, Pa............................................................ 2006 Lynn Buckley, G...................Wilmington, Del...............................................1974-75-76 Kate Bulger, G......................Pittsburgh, Pa.......................................... 2001-02-03-04C Meg Bulger, G......................Pittsburgh, Pa..................................... 2004-05-06, 2008C Rebecca Burbridge, G...........Morgantown, W.Va.................................... 1996-97-98-99 Natalie Burton, C.................Perth, Australia.......................................... 2009-10-11-12 Asya Bussie, C......................Randallstown, Md.................................2010-11-12C-14C

C Christal Caldwell, G..............Charlotte, N.C..................................................2012-13-14 Brandi Calhoun, F................Henderson, Ky.................................................1995-97-98 Korinne Campbell, G/F.........Princeton, N.J....................................................... 2010-11 Mary Grace Carson, F..........Sutton, W.Va..................................................2001-02-03C Michelle Carter, F.................Little Rock, Ark...................................................2003-04C Candy Cassis, C...................Charleston, W.Va....................................................... 1975 Lisa Ciak, C..........................Roselle Park, N.J........................................ 1986-87-88-89 Alia Clark, G........................Newark, N.J............................................................... 2001 Chakhia Cole, G...................Marlton, N.J............................................. 2005-06-07-08C Patrice Conwright, G............Lubbock, Texas..................................................... 1995-96 Lauren Cooley, F..................Charleston, W.Va.................................................. 1982-83 Christy Cooper, F..................Circleville, W.Va.............................................1990-92-93C Rachael Crawford, G............Hinton, W.Va............................................................. 1975 Dana Crone, G.....................Fort Ashby, W.Va.................................................1982-83C Becky “Winovich� Crytser, G Pittsburgh, Pa.......................................1985-86-87C-88C

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Carla Cyr, C..........................Hallowell, Maine................................................... 1979-80

D Naomi Davenport, G/F.........Cincinnati, Ohio..................................................2018-19C Dee Davis, G........................Wheeling, W.Va..................................................1985-86C Kim Davis, G........................Delbarton, W.Va.................................................... 1996-97 Sparkle Davis, G...................Decatur, Ga.......................................................... 2007-08 Britney Davis-White, G.........Houston, Texas...................................................2006-07C Lyn DeChristopher, G............Morgantown, W.Va.................................................... 1994 Donna DeWitt, G.................Morgantown, W.Va.................................................... 1979 J.D. Drummonds, G..............Hallandale, Fla....................................................1980-81C Sue Duessel, F......................Pittsburgh, Pa....................................................... 1977-78 Janell Dunlap, G...................Memphis, Tenn...................................................2003-04C Ashley Dunn, G....................Mineral Wells, W.Va................................................... 2003 Ayana Dunning, C................Columbus, Ohio.............................................2011-12-13C

E Judy Eaton, G......................Parkersburg, W.Va...................................... 1986-87-88-89 Theresa Ekhelar, C................Woodbridge, N.J................................................... 2018-19 Laurie Evans, G....................Uniontown, Pa......................................... 1979-80-81-82C

F Julie Fain, G.........................Clarksburg, W.Va....................................................... 1989 Darius Faulk, G....................New York, N.Y....................................................... 2013-14 Averee Fields, F....................Murray, Ky............................................... 2012-13-14-15C Linda Findo, G.....................Morgantown, W.Va.................................. 1976-77-78C-79 Jess Fisher, G.......................Moorefield, W.Va..................................................... 2003C Tricia Fore, C........................Coolville, Ohio...................................................... 1992-93 Becky Franklin, G.................Hopwood, Pa............................................. 1976-77-78-79

G Kate Glusko, G.....................State College, Pa.................................................. 2004-05 Kysre Gondrezick, G........Benton Harbor, Mich.........................................2019 Kendra Goodley, G...............Deerfield Beach, Fla.............................................. 2007-08 Lubirdia Gordon, C..............Mount Vernon, N.Y.................................................... 2014 Takisha Granberry, G............Charlotte, N.C.......................................................... 2009C

H Brooke Hampton, G.............Colts Neck, N.J.......................................... 2011-12-13-14 Destiny Harden, F.................Chicago, Ill................................................................. 2018 Talisha Hargis, G..................Huntington, W.Va...................................... 1995-96-97-98 Jessica Harlee, F...................Bel Air, Md...........................................2011-12C-13C-14C Pam Harper, F......................Charleston, W.Va.............................................1974-75-76 Amanda Hayes, G................Columbus, Ohio.................................................... 1993-94 Mary Hennen, F...................Wheeling, W.Va....................................... 1976-77-78-79C Joanne Herald, F..................Pittsburgh, Pa....................................................... 1975-76 Jenny Hillen, G.....................Oakland, Md........................................... 1986-87-88-89C Janet Hoffman, F..................Greensburg, Pa........................................ 1982-83-84-85C


Bria Holmes, G.....................New Haven, Conn.................................2013-14-15C-16C Zsofia Horvath, F..................Budapest, Hungary............................................... 2001-02 Vanessa House, G................Fresno, Calif.......................................................... 2010-11 Kim Houser, G......................Parkersburg, W.Va...................................................... 1984 Pat Hovorka, F.....................Charleston, W.Va.................................................. 1979-80 Carolyn Huffman, G.............Waynesburg, Pa.................................................... 1974-75 Karen Hutson, G..................Parkersburg, W.Va...................................................... 1982

J Michele Jaccar, G.................Ravenswood, W.Va.................................................... 1974 Debbie Jenkins, C.................Morgantown, W.Va..........................................1980-81-82 Ashley Jones, G....................Philadelphia, Pa......................................................... 2018 Jala Jordan, F.......................Philadelphia, Pa......................................................... 2019 Lateefah Joye, G..................Brooklyn, N.Y........................................................ 2007-08

Lanay Montgomery, C..........Pittsburgh, Pa........................................2014-15-16C-17C Dionne Morris, G..................Pittsburgh, Pa......................................1986-87C-88C-89C Jessica Morton, G................Augusta, Ga......................................................... 2015-16 Lisa Morton, F......................Murrysville, Pa.................................................1977-78-79 Carol Mousseau, G..............Pittsburgh, Pa................................................1975-76-77C Teana Muldrow, F................East Orange, N.J...................................... 2015-16-17-18C Ann Murray, C.....................Scarborough, Ontario.............................. 1990-91-92-93C Susan Muth, F......................Morgantown, W.Va.................................. 1980-81-82-83C

N Selese Neal, G......................Charleston, W.Va.............................................1992-93-94 Chris Nebel, C......................Butler, Pa.............................................................. 1977-78 Kari Niblack, F.................Leesburg, Fla.....................................................2019 Jozetta Nutter, G..................Ravenswood, W.Va.................................................... 1974

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Katalin Katanich, C..............Baja, Hungary............................................................ 2001 Tameka Kelly, F....................Pensacola, Fla....................................................... 2006-07 Cheryl Kennedy, G...............Edison, N.J............................................................ 1978-79 Jan Kiger, F..........................Morgantown, W.va..........................................1977-78-79 Kristina King, F.....................Mebane,N.C......................................................... 2017-18 Celeste Knaus, F..................Latrobe, Pa................................................................ 1974 Rosemary Kosiorek, G..........Baltimore, Md......................................1989-90C-91C-92C Darya Kudryavtseva, G.........St. Petersburg, Russia.......................................2000-2001 Jenni Kurucz, G....................Morgantown, W.Va.................................................... 1987

Ilse Opstaele, C....................Gent, Belgium........................................... 1996-97-98-99 LaQuita Owens, G................Charlotte, N.C.......................................... 2005-06-07-08C

L Christie Lambert, F...............Shinnston, W.Va....................................... 1995-97-98-99C Crystal Leary, F....................Norfolk, Va.............................................. 2012-13-14-15C Jeriece Lee, F........................Phoenix, Ariz............................................................. 2005 Yelena Leuchanka, C............Gomel, Belarus........................................................ 2006C Susan Lefever, C...................Zelienople, Pa....................................................... 1974-75 Kaye Leighton, C..................Northport, Mich....................................... 1981-82-83-84C Tamika Louis, G....................Flint, Mich................................................................. 1994 April Lowry, F.......................Ostrander, Ohio.................................................... 1994-96 Johnna Lyons, G...................Elkview, W.Va............................................................ 1980

M Dessie Marinova, C..............Varna, Bulgaria................................................1998-99-00 Anja Martin, G.....................San Antonio, Texas............................................... 2016-17 Tynice Martin, G..............Atlanta, Ga.........................................2016-17C-19C Monique McCoy, F...............Pittsburgh, Pa..................................................1996-97-98 Ramika McGee, F.................Chattanooga, Tenn.................................................... 2005 Chris McGuire, F..................Freehold, N.J..........................................1992-93-94C-95C Cathy Meadows, G..............Charleston, W.Va.................................................. 1977-78 Jean Mewshaw, F................Grafton, W.Va.......................................... 1975-76-78-79C Kathy Miczulski, C................Hillsborough, N.J................................................... 1978-79 Sarah Miles, G.....................San Antonio, Texas..........................................2009-10-11 Nina Mollerup, G.................Copenhagen, Denmark.............................................. 2000 Shannon Monahan, G..........Alexandria, Minn....................................................... 1993 Kayla Montgomery, F...........Powder Springs, Ga................................................... 2015

P Yolanda Paige, G..................Virginia Beach, Va.................................... 2002-03-04-05C Taylor Palmer, G...................Mount Vernon, N.Y.................................... 2011-12-13-14 Cathy Pancake, G.................Romney, W.Va...................................................... 1987-88 Katrina Pardee, G.................Cedar Park, Texas..................................2016-17-18C-19C Tina Parry, F.........................Mississauga, Ontario................................. 1988-89-90-91 Cathy Parson, G...................Hagerstown, Md...................................... 1980-81-82-83C Beth Persinger, F..................Moundsville, W.Va................................................ 1993-94 Dora Post, F.........................Clarksburg, W.Va....................................... 1982-83-84-85 Ashley Powell, G..................Detroit, Mich........................................... 2006-07-08-09C Cheryl Puskarich, G..............Cokesburg, Pa...................................................... 1974-75

Q Lori Quertinmont, G.............Point Marion, Pa........................................ 1990-91-92-93

R Chania Ray, G......................Alexandria, Va............................................ 2016-17C-18C Liz Repella, G.......................Steubenville, Ohio..................................2008-09-10C-11C Desiree Rhodes, G................Aurora, Ill.............................................................. 2016-17 Lisa Ribble, G.......................Beverly, Ohio........................................... 1982-83-84-85C Marianne Rice, F..................Parkersburg, W.Va...................................................... 1976 Akeema Richards, G.............Baltimore, Md............................................................ 2010 Arielle Roberson, F...............San Antonio, Texas.................................................... 2016 Sara Roberts, G....................Elizabeth, W.Va........................................ 1974-75-76-77C Donna Rohaus, G.................Murrysville, Pa........................................................... 1981 Mandy Ronay, G..................Fairfax Station, Va................................1997-98C-99C-00C Janice Rowan, F...................Pittsburgh, Pa..................................................1985-86-87 Lucky Rudd, F..................Kernersville, N.C................................................2019 Jodie Runner, G....................Morgantown, W.Va.................................. 1990-91-92-93C Patricia Ryan, F....................Saranac, N.Y......................................................... 1980-81

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S Jo Salisbury, F......................Charleston, W.Va.................................................. 1974-75 Alex Sanabria, G..................Miami, Fla.................................................................. 2009 Olayinka Sanni, F.................Chicago Heights, Ill................................2005-06-07C-08C Suzanne Sartor, C.................Lewisburg, W.Va................................................... 1994-95 Diane Schmidt, G.................Sewickley, Pa............................................................. 1981 Marlena Schmidt, F..............Eighty Four, Pa........................................................... 2017 Susann Schuesler, F..............Marlton, N.J............................................................... 1976 Mary Scott, G.......................Clay, W.Va................................................................. 1975 Olivia Seggie, G...................Morgantown, W.Va.................................................... 2016 Leslie Sergy, F......................Monroeville, Pa......................................1974-75C-76C-77 Beth Shank, G......................Carlisle, Pa.......................................................1974-75-76 Betsy Shaw, F.......................Eighty Four, Pa....................................................1980-81C Dominique Simpson, G........Orlando, Fla............................................................... 2015 Tracey Slogik, C....................Altoona, Pa............................................. 1987-88-89-90C Melanie Small, F...................Copley, Ohio........................................................ 2007-08 Christy Smith, F....................New Martinsville, W.Va......................................... 1986-87 Madisen Smith, G............Greenville, S.C...................................................2019 Kelly Smith, G......................Staley, N.C................................................................. 2008 Sherell Sowho, G..................Bristol, Va................................................ 2002-03-04-05C Nia Staples, G......................Cincinnati, Ohio.................................................... 2018-19 Linda Stepney, G..................Norfolk, Va................................................ 2012-13-14-15 Marianne Sullivan, C............Mount Lebanon, Pa.............................................. 1987-88 Lisa Szymczak, F..................Granger, Ind.............................................. 1993-94-95-96

T Maria Tchobanova, F............Plovdiv, Bulgaria........................................ 1996-97-98-99

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Bailey Thomas, G..................Rochester Hills, Mich................................................. 2017 Marlo Thomas, F..................Bronx, N.Y..............................................1998-99-00C-01C Anna Tillman, F....................Cedarville, Ohio......................................... 1990-91-92-93 Kim Tingley, G......................Coudersport, Pa.................................................... 1998-99 Cindy Triplett, F....................Morgantown, W.Va.................................. 1981-82-83-84C

V Donna Vujnovic, G...............Weirton, W.Va...................................................... 1978-79

W Tyara Warren, G...................Plano, Texas............................................................... 2015 Christy Webb, F....................Fairlea, W.Va.......................................................1981-82C Lisa Weisenstein, C..............Cherry Hill, N.J........................................................... 1974 Georgeann Wells, C.............Columbus, Ohio....................................... 1983-84-85-86C Kate Wells, F........................Alexandria, Va........................................................... 1997 Marva Wells, F.....................Columbus, Ohio...............................................1983-84-85 Eartha White, F....................Bay Minnette, Ala................................................. 2002-03 Ranisha White, F..................Charlotte, N.C............................................................ 2007 Tanya White, G.....................Charleston, W.Va....................................................... 1978 Lana Whitehead, F...............New Brunswick, N.J.....................................1999-2000-01 Lori Wilson, F.......................Parkersburg, W.Va..................................1989-90-91C-92C Cindy Winegar, G.................Ballston Lake, N.Y.................................... 1977-78-79-80C Latitia Williams, F.................Monessen, Pa....................................................... 2003-04

Z Jo Zari, G.............................Reynoldsburg, Ohio................................... 1988-89-90-91 Val Zona, G..........................Cranberry Twp., Pa..................................................... 1999


general information President E. Gordon Gee ����������������������������������������� 196 Director of Athletics Shane Lyons����������������������������� 197 Intercollegiate Athletics Staff����������������������������������� 198 WVU Head Coaches������������������������������������������������� 198 Athletic Facilities����������������������������������������������������� 199 WVU Athletic Communications ������������������������������� 200 Communications Staff��������������������������������������������� 201 Media Guidelines����������������������������������������������������� 202 Radio/TV Affiliates��������������������������������������������������� 203 2019-20 Schedule ��������������������������������������������������� 204


ABOUT WVU

WVU PRESIDENT

E. GORDON GEE, J.D., ED.D.

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Dr. E. Gordon Gee is one of America’s most prominent higher education leaders, having helmed universities for more than three decades. In 2009, Time magazine named him one of the top 10 university presidents in the United States. Recently, the website Great Value Colleges named him the nation’s top university president. In 2014, Gee returned to West Virginia University, where his career as a university president began. His leadership goals include putting students first, advancing the university’s research agenda, partnering with West Virginia communities and making sure that 1.8 million West Virginians know in their hearts and minds that West Virginia University is their university. Born in Vernal, Utah, Gee graduated from the University of Utah with an honors degree in history and earned his J.D. and Ed.D. degrees from Columbia University. He clerked under Chief Justice David T. Lewis of the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals before being named a judicial fellow and staff assistant to the U.S. Supreme Court. In this role, he worked for Chief Justice Warren Burger on administrative and legal problems of the Court and federal judiciary. Gee returned to Utah as an associate professor and associate dean in the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University and was granted full professorship in 1978. One year later, he became dean of the West Virginia University College of Law, and, in 1980, was named West Virginia University president. He served in that role until 1985. He went on to lead the University of Colorado (1985-1990), Brown University (1998-2000) and Vanderbilt University (2001-2007). He served as president of The Ohio State University from 1990 to 1997 and again from 2007 to 2013. Gee has been a member of several education-governance organizations and committees including the Big 12 Conference Council of Presidents, the BusinessHigher Education Forum and the American Association of Universities. He was chair of the American Council on Education’s Commission on Higher Education Attainment and served as co-chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities’ Energy Advisory Committee. In 2009, Gee was invited to join the International Advisory Board of King Adbulaziz University in Saudi Arabia, and he currently serves on the Board of the Royal University for Women in Bahrain.

Active in many national professional and service organizations during his tenures, he has served on the boards for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. and Limited Brands. In 2011, Gee was appointed to serve as secretary on the Board of Directors of Ohio’s economic development program, JobsOhio. In 2011-2012, he was asked by Governor Kasich to chair both the Ohio Higher Education Capital Funding Collaborative and the Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission. In March 2015, he was elected to the board of directors of the American Council on Education, the nation’s largest higher education organization. And he served as chair of the Big 12 Board of Directors Executive Committee for the 2017-18 year. Gee presently serves on the council of presidents for the Southern University Research Association. Mentoring and inspiring youth is one of Gee’s highest priorities. He serves on the National Executive Board for Boy Scouts of America and on the Board of Trustees for the National 4-H Council. Through his leadership, West Virginia University has created a Youth Development Initiative office to expand its partnering relationships with Boy Scouts, 4-H and similar organizations. Gee has received many honorary degrees, awards, fellowships and recognitions. He is a fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest science organization. In 1994, Gee received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Utah, as well as from Teachers College of Columbia University. In 2013, he received the ACE Council of Fellows/Fidelity Investments Mentor Award and received the Outstanding Academic Leader of the Year Award on behalf of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. This year, Boy Scouts of America gave him the Silver Buffalo Award, Scouting’s top honor for adult volunteers. Gee is the co-author of over a dozen books, including his two most recent, “Leading Colleges and Universities” and “Land-Grant Universities for the Future.” In the summer of 2016, Gee announced his engagement to Laurie Erickson, leader of the Erickson Foundation. Gee’s daughter, Rebekah, is Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health. In addition to that role, she is a practicing gynecologist and Gratis Faculty at the Louisiana State University School of Medicine and Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. Dr. Rebekah Gee is married to David Patrón and they have five children.

The Gee Family - Front from left: Nathan, Elly and Ben Patrón. Back from left: Rebekah Gee, Eva Patrón, E. Gordon Gee, Elizabeth Patrón and David Patrón.

E. Gordon Gee and fiancée Laurie Erickson.


DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

SHANE LYONS

In his fifth year as the director of athletics at West Virginia University, Shane Lyons’ vison for the athletic program is crystal clear and working. It’s a vision that focuses on the betterment of more than 500 student-athletes and the day-to-day needs that will help them succeed in the classroom and in competition. His open lines of communications have made him a popular role model for WVU athletes and coaches. His honest, fair and caring approach has energized an entire department, which has led to great success on and off the field. Whether it’s regularly scheduled meetings with the student-athletes or his open-door office policy, Lyons has his finger on the pulse of his student-athletes, coaches and staff. He devotes endless energy to his Climbing Higher facilities master plan that will keep West Virginia a strong Power 5 institution and position his department for growth and continued success. Lyons’ Climbing Higher facilities master plan isn’t about keeping up with the Joneses, it’s about taking what his department has, improving it and making it complete for the student-athlete. It’s an aggressive $100 million fundraising campaign centered on one of his core values, which is enhancing the student-athlete experience. From training, nutrition, medical and competitiveness, Lyons’ vision is for future success, building winning programs and growing WVU’s strong reputation across the country. He is about results, and he has already left a great deal of accomplishments in his rear-view mirror. In 2019, West Virginia recorded its highest APR score ever at 985 and again finished higher than the national average. The overall athletics department GPA was its highest at 3.26 with 13 teams over a 3.0 GPA for the year. Lyons commissioned and announced an Economic Impact study that showed Mountaineer Athletics produced more than $300 million to the state’s economy and more than $78 million to the local economy. And with the local economy in mind, Lyons’s department will assist with the formal opening of a new $45 million aquatic and track facility that will not only benefit WVU’s swimming and diving program, but also local high schools and the entire community. Among the Mountaineer highlights in the 2019 campaign were 43 All-Americans, 81 All-Conference performers, three conference championships, 159 Academic All-Conference selections, seven teams to the NCAA postseason, a fourth-place finish for the Heisman Trophy and 22 professional draft picks among all sports. In addition, Lyons’ department hosted for the first time in history both the NCAA Rifle Championships and the Big 12 golf championship as well as the NCAA baseball regionals for the first time since 1955. In total, WVU athletics hosted more than 160 events during the 2018-19 season. From 2015-18, he spearheaded and finished more than $100 million in fan enhancements to Milan Puskar Stadium and the WVU Coliseum, completed a second phase Coliseum renovations, bringing the arena up to current ADA seating code, and for the firsttime ever, introduced a second video board to Milan Puskar Stadium to provide information and improve fan entertainment. Overseeing 18 varsity sports, a self-sustaining department budget of more than $93 million and 250 employees, under Lyons’ leadership, WVU athletics has implemented a Clinical and Sport Psychology unit with a full-time director and professional interns, added specialized learning assistants to the Student-Athlete Development unit and entered into a partnership with WVU Medicine’s Neuroscience Department to assist in the training and recovery of student-athletes, all emphasizing his overall commitment to the well-being and performance of Mountaineer student-athletes. Ask him and he’ll tell you it’s not his department, but West Virginia’s department, and he can tell you his vision to improve it not only for the coming year, but for three, five, seven and 10 years down the road. He cares, and the proof lies in what he has already accomplished in four years. The director hates to be last, and he rolls up his sleeves every day to make sure WVU is not last in anything. Additionally, his work with WVU President E. Gordon Gee’s senior leadership team, as well as the Big 12 Conference and other national committees, has brought additional respect and positive exposure to his department and the University. He currently serves on the Big 12 Administration Committee, Finance and Budget Committee and the Game Management and Officiating Subcommittee. In 2018, he chaired the overall athletic directors committee for the Big 12, was named again to the NCAA Division I Council and will serve as chair of the NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee. He is also a member of the college football competition committee and locally serves on the board of directors for Mylan Park in Morgantown. Lyons came to West Virginia after spending three years as the deputy director of athletics and chief operating officer at Alabama where he worked closely on day-to-day strategic leadership and direction of the Crimson Tide Athletic program. During his time at Alabama, his responsibilities included oversight of a $120 million budget, management of the day-to-day operations of the department and oversight of the Crimson Tide’s 21 sports teams. In addition, he played a pivotal role in a historic renegotiation of Alabama’s multimedia rights agreement that started in 2014 and was involved in several significant capital projects totaling more than $85 million.

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The Crimson Tide won seven national titles in five different sports during his time there – two in football, two in men’s golf, one in women’s golf, one in gymnastics and one in softball. He also played a critical role in the hiring of four :Alabama head coaches. Prior to joining the Alabama staff in November 2011, Lyons spent 10 years as an associate commissioner at the Atlantic Coast Conference. At the ACC, Lyons focused on conference-wide compliance and academic initiatives, providing direct assistance to the conference’s presidents, chancellors and athletics directors in matters dealing with NCAA regulatory matters. In addition, he served as the ACC’s human resource manager and was responsible for the administration, negotiation and mediation of the employee benefits program and managing the conference’s organizational policies and procedures. He was part of the senior administrative team for ACC events, including the football championship game, the men’s basketball tournament and men’s and women’s NCAA basketball events. Prior to working at the ACC, Lyons served as associate athletics director for compliance at Big 12 member Texas Tech from 1998 to 2001. During that time, Lyons assumed responsibility for the leadership, administration and implementation of a comprehensive NCAA compliance program with emphasis toward rules education and extensive monitoring systems. He also served as oversight administrator for several of the Red Raiders’ athletic teams and had financial and operational supervision of the strength and conditioning, nutritional and sports medicine units. Before joining Texas Tech, Lyons worked at the NCAA for almost 10 years as a senior membership services representative, where he was responsible for the oversight and coordination of rules and interpretations for the 25 membership service representatives and was the staff liaison to various NCAA standing committees. Lyons began his career in college athletics in July 1988 as assistant commissioner of the Big South Conference. With the Big South, he was in charge of conference-wide compliance and championships. A native of Parkersburg, West Virginia, and a graduate of Parkersburg High, Lyons was a standout basketball player for the Big Reds. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in sport management from WVU in 1987 and 1988, respectively. Lyons, the University’s 12th athletic director, and his wife, Emily, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, have two children: Cameron and Brooke. Cameron is a member of the football team at Akron and Brooke attends Morgantown High School. The Lyons family: Cameron, Emily, Shane, Brooke and the family dog, Zoey

Shane Lyons through the Years: 1988-89 1989-98 1998-2001 2001-11 2011-15 2015-present

Big South Conference (Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Championships) NCAA (Senior Membership Services Representative) Texas Tech (Associate Athletic Director – Compliance) Atlantic Coast Conference (Associate Commissioner) Alabama (Deputy Director of Athletics/Chief Operating Officer) West Virginia (Director of Athletics and Associate Vice President)

Shane Lyons’ National Committee Appointments 2000-01 2004-06 2004-06 2004-08 2005-07 2006-08 2008-11 2010-11 2015- 2015 - 2015- 2017- 2018- 2018- 2018-

Division I Satisfactory Progress Waivers Committee Division I Academics/Eligibility Compliance Cabinet Recruiting Subcommittee Division I Interpretations Committee Legislative Review Committee Division I Management Council Division I Legislative Council Division I Communications and Coordination Committee Big 12 Administration Committee Big 12 Finance and Budget Committee Big 12 Game Management and Officiating Subcommittee Big 12 Athletic Directors Council Division I Council Division I Football Oversight Committee Division I Football Competition Committee

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ABOUT WVU

WVU INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS SENIOR STAFF

Keli Zinn

Deputy Athletics Director

Greg Featherston

Associate Athletics Director/ Governance & Compliance

Nathaniel Zinn Assistant Athletics Director/Marketing

Steve Uryasz

Executive Senior Associate Athletics Director

April Messerly

Associate Athletics Director/ Facilities & Operations

Eric Buda

Assistant Athletics Director/ Annual Giving

Simon Dover

Michael Fragale

Senior Associate Athletics Director/Business Operations/CFO

Senior Associate Athletics Director/Communications

Bryan Messerly

Brandon Cunningham

Associate Athletics Director/ Communications

Jamie Hall

Assistant Athletics Director/Donor Relations & Administration

Terri Howes

Ben Murray

Senior Associate Athletics Director/Sports Administration/SWA

Senior Associate Athletics Director/MAC Executive Director

Sam Morrone

Preston Wages

Associate Athletics Director/ Major Gifts & Capital Projects

Assistant Athletics Director/ Business Operations

Britney O'Dell

Stephanie White

Assistant Athletics Director/ Assistant Athletics Director/ Student-Athlete Development Student-Athlete Development

Assistant Athletics Director/Compliance

Matt Wells

Senior Associate Athletics Director/ External Affairs

Zach Eckert

Assistant Athletics Director/ Facilities & Operations

Randy Meador

Assistant Athletics Director/ Head Athletic Trainer, Olympic Sports

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY HEAD COACHES

Neal Brown

Jason Butts Gymnastics

Women’s Basketball

Cross Country/Track

Sean Cleary

Sean Covich

Nikki Izzo-Brown

Jimmy King

Marlon LeBlanc

Miha Lisac

Randy Mazey

Football

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Rowing

Mike Carey

Men’s Soccer

Tennis

Golf

Baseball

Tim Flynn

Jon Hammond

Vic Riggs

Reed Sunahara

Wrestling

Men's and Women's Swimming & Diving

Rifle

Volleyball

Bob Huggins

Men’s Basketball


WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS FACILITIES

Basketball Practice Facility

Caperton Indoor Football Facility

Cary Gym

Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium

Dreamswork Field

Monongalia County Ballpark

Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium

Mountaineer Tennis Courts

The Track & Field Complex at Mylan Park

WVU Boathouse

WVU Coliseum

WVU Natatorium

WVU Rifle Range

WVU Wrestling Pavilion

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WVU ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Directions to the WVU Coliseum From I-68

Take the Pierpont Road (mile marker 7) exit and follow signs toward the football stadium by heading West onto WV 857. At second traffic light, turn left (south) on US 119. Drive up a steep hill; the Morgantown airport will be on your left. Continue straight past several car dealerships and at the second light turn right onto WV 705. Turn left at the sixth traffic light onto Van Voorhis Road. The road becomes Patteson Drive when crossing University Avenue. Proceed up Patteson to the light at Jerry West Boulevard. Go straight at the light into the Coliseum parking lots.

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Take the Star City/WVU (mile marker 155) exit and follow signs to West Virginia University, heading south on US 19 and across the Star City Bridge. Proceed up Monongahela Boulevard past Texas Roadhouse. The WVU Coliseum is just ahead on the right.

The West Virginia University athletic communication office is located in the WVU Coliseum near the Country Roads Gate. The main athletic communications office is located on the third floor of the Coliseum.

MAILING ADDRESS Athletics Communications Office West Virginia University P.O. Box 0877 Morgantown, WV 26507-0877

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CONTACT ASHLEY BAILEY Associate Director of Athletics Communications E-mail ashley.bailey@mail.wvu.edu

OVERNIGHT SHIPPING ADDRESS WVU Athletics Communications 3450 Monongahela Blvd., Room 217 Morgantown, WV 26506

PHONE INFORMATION Office: 304-293-2821 Fax: 304-293-4105 Press Row: 304-293-6480

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WVU ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS STAFF

Michael Fragale Senior Associate Athletics Director/ Communications

Bryan Messerly Associate Athletics Director/Communications

John Antonik Director of Digital Media

Grant Dovey Director of Digital Media

Mike Montoro Director of Football Communications

Joe Swan Director of Athletics Publications

Kristin Coldsnow Lead Designer

Tyler Schiefelbein Athletics Graphic Designer

Ashley Bailey Associate Director of Athletics Communications

Amy Salvatore Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

Chris Pharis Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

Joe Mitchin Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

Lisa Ammons Business Manager

Cheryl Wire Operations Coordinator

Amy Prunty Program Assistant

Tanner Cain Graduate Assistant

Katie MacCrory Graduate Assistant

Jaquie Tun Graduate Assistant

Olivia VanHorn Graduate Assistant

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MEDIA GUIDELINES MEDIA SERVICES

The West Virginia University athletic communications office will be available throughout the entire 2019-20 women’s basketball season to accommodate any media requests. The following are some guidelines that should make it easy for media members to cover the West Virginia women’s basketball team. Any additional questions should be directed to women’s basketball contact/ associate director of athletic communications Ashley Bailey

CREDENTIALS

Photographers and media members who wish to cover a game at the WVU Coliseum should contact women’s basketball contact/associate director of athletic communications Ashley Bailey, via email (ashley.bailey@mail.wvu.edu) or phone (304-2932821), at least 24 hours in advance. Credential pickup is located at the Country Roads gate and opens one hour prior to each game.

The working press area is located on the east side of the main floor at concourse level (22 rows from the playing floor). Press should enter through the Blue Gate with their credentials. Forty-eight seats are available for working media; four television slings are also available. West Virginia grants broadcast rights to the official radio outlet of the visiting team on reciprocal basis. Accredited photographers may work along the playing floor at both baselines behind the restriction line established by the NCAA. Cutline writers or equipment carriers are not permitted on the playing floor. The WVU Coliseum also supports wireless internet access. Please see women’s basketball contact Russell Luna for login and password information. Complete statistics are provided to all working media at halftime and postgame. Requested team members and coach Carey will be available for interviews following a 15-minute grace period.

DURING THE WEEK

GAMEDAY

Parking is free and open to the public in the Coliseum parking lot. Parking passes will be provided for only games that coincide with WVU men’s basketball games.

Any member of the media wishing to interview a player or member of the coaching staff during the week should contact West Virginia women’s basketball contact/associate director of athletic communications Ashley Bailey, via email (ashley.

bailey@mail.wvu.edu) or phone (304-293-2821), at least 24 hours in advance. Cell phone numbers will not be made available and all WVU student-athletes have been instructed to not conduct interviews without prior approval of the sports communications staff.

RECEIVING INFORMATION

Media members may receive WVU women’s basketball press releases, notes and more via email. To receive such press releases, game recaps and more, simply email your requests to ashley.bailey@ mail.wvu.edu.

WVUSPORTS.COM

WVUsports.com is the place for media and fans to go for the latest on Mountaineer women’s basketball. In 2019-20, streamed audio and video broadcasts will be available on WVU’s official athletic website. Live stats are also available to keep track of every point. Player and coaching staff bios are available at the click of a finger by going to WVUsports. com. Updated following each game, WVUsports. com is your place to find the latest statistics for Mountaineer women’s basketball. Not only will you find this season’s stats, but you will also be able to find the WVU record book for some historical perspective.

Big 12 Media Services The Big 12 Conference maintains its website at Big12Sports.com. Complete information on the league and member schools is available. The site boasts original content from throughout the Conference along with several video broadcasts, including a weekly magazine show - The Big 12 Report. In women’s basketball, scores throughout the league and standings are updated as games are final. Big 12 conference and team statistics are updated no later than the following morning.

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Media can access PDF files of the conference release, statistics and women’s basketball record book. Beginning in 2012-13, the Conference became comprised of 10 institutions, with many having shared traditional rivalries throughout their histories. Member universities will include – Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas Tech and West Virginia.

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CONTACT

RUSSELL LUNA Assistant Director of Media Services E-mail: russell@Big12Sports.com Office: 469-524-1009 Mobile: 615-308-6245


RADIO/TV AFFILIATES MOUNTAINEER PLAY-BY-PLAY Ayana "YaYa" Dunning

Dan Zangrilli

Former West Virginia standout Ayana “YaYa” Dunning is in her third season with Learfield IMG College Radio. She works alongside Dan Zangrilli as the color commentator for Mountaineer women’s basketball. Additionally, Dunning serves as the Assistant Director of Basketball Operations for the Mountaineers. The Columbus, Ohio, native spent three seasons at West Virginia from 2011-13. She finished her illustrious career with 736 points, 602 rebounds and 63 blocks in 99 games played. Dunning served as a captain during the 2012-13 campaign and was a member of three NCAA Tournament teams. Her 207 offensive rebounds are 13th all-time, while her 602 boards are 15th on WVU’s all-time ledger. Coming out of Eastmoore High in Columbus, Ohio, Dunning was a Parade and WBCA All-American. Dunning earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management from West Virginia University and an MBA from Florida Atlantic.

Dan Zangrilli enters his fourth season as the play-by-play broadcaster for the West Virginia University women's basketball. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, native also calls Mountaineers women’s basketball games, while serving as the pre-game, halftime and post-game show for WVU football and as the voice of WVU baseball on the Mountaineer Sports Network from IMG. In addition, Zangrilli will serve as the host of the Mike Carey Show throughout the season. Prior to his arrival in Morgantown, Zangrilli spent the five seasons as the Pittsburgh Pirates pre-game and post-game show host on Sports Radio 93.7 The Fan and still serves in that capacity. Zangrilli recently celebrated his 10th year working at CBS Radio Pittsburgh working as a sports update anchor on The Fan and sister station NewsRadio 1020 KDKA-AM. From 2006-2010 Zangrilli was the play-by-play broadcaster for the State College Spikes (A) and Altoona Curve (AA), minor league affiliates of the St. Louis Cardinals and Pirates. From 2009-2011, Zangrilli broadcasted select St. Francis University (Pa.) basketball and football games. Dan earned his degree from Clarion University (Pa.) and resides in Western, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Sarah, are the owners/ operators of one of the first Farmers Insurance agencies in Western, Pennsylvania.

RADIO AFFILIATES* W228CF-FM 93.5 Beckley WBKW-AM 1070 Beckley WPDX-AM 750 Clarksburg WPDX-FM 104.9 Clarksburg WMMN-AM 920 Fairmont WRLF-FM 94.3 Fairmont WMON-AM 1340 Montgomery WZST-FM 100.9 Morgantown WADC-AM 1050 Parkersburg WSCW-AM 1410 South Charleston WJYP-AM 1300 St. Albans * Check the Mountaineer Sports Network from IMG Tab on WVUsports.com for the latest affiliate information throughout the season.

TELEVISION

The West Virginia women’s basketball team in conjunction with the Big 12 Conference will telecast select regular-season Mountaineer women’s basketball games on FOX Sports Net, FS1 and FS2. As a part of the package, all Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship matchups will air live. FOX Sports Net programming is available nationwide through two dozen owned and affiliated regional sports networks. Additionally, select WVU contests will shown on ROOT SPORTS Pittsburgh and all other home games will stream live online at WVUsports.com. Through its three networks, ROOT SPORTS Pittsburgh reaches more than 8.7 million viewers across 18 states and has exclusive programming and distribution partnerships with more than 25 teams and conferences.

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2019-20 Schedule Day Date Opponent Time Tues. Oct. 29 SALEM (ex.) 7 p.m. Thurs. Nov. 7 SAINT FRANCIS 7 p.m. Sun. Nov. 10 PRESBYTERIAN 2 p.m. Sun. Nov. 17 ^ vs. Radford 2 p.m. Thurs. Nov. 21 COPPIN STATE 10 a.m. Thurs. Nov. 28 & vs. Creighton 6:30 p.m. Fri. Nov. 29 & vs. New Mexico 4 p.m. Sun. Dec. 8 % at Mississippi State 2 p.m. Sun. Dec. 15 $ vs. Norfolk State 4 p.m. Sat. Dec. 21 ! vs. Michigan State 1:30 p.m. Sun. Dec. 22 ! vs. Syracuse 1:30 p.m. Tues. Dec. 31 CORNELL 2 p.m. Sun. Jan. 5 * at K-State 1 p.m. Wed. Jan. 8 * at Kansas 8 p.m. Sun. Jan. 12 * TEXAS 1 p.m. Wed. Jan. 15 * OKLAHOMA 7 p.m. Sat. Jan. 18 * at Baylor 8 p.m. Wed. Jan. 22 * OKLAHOMA STATE 7 p.m. Sun. Jan. 26 * at TCU 8:30 p.m. Sun. Feb. 2 * IOWA STATE 2 p.m. Wed. Feb. 5 * at Oklahoma 8 p.m. Sat. Feb. 8 * at Oklahoma State 3 p.m. Tues. Feb. 11 * K-STATE 7 p.m. Sat. Feb. 15 * TEXAS TECH 5 p.m. Mon. Feb. 17 * at Texas 8:30 p.m. Sat. Feb. 22 * KANSAS 5 p.m. Mon. Feb. 24 * BAYLOR 7 p.m. Sat. Feb. 29 * at Iowa State 1 p.m. Wed. March 4 * at Texas Tech 9 p.m. Sat. March 7 * TCU 6 p.m. March 12-15 Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Championship # ALL DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR TELEVISION All Times Eastern ^ Beckley-Raleigh County Convetion Center – Beckley, W.Va. & Cancun Challenge – Cancun, Mexico % Big 12/SEC Challenge $ Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center – Charleston, W.Va. ! Florida Sunshune Classic – Winter Park, Fla. # Municipal Auditorium – Kansas City, Mo. * Big 12 Conference Game

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