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Location: ........................................................................................ San Diego, CA Founded:........................................................................................................... 1949 Enrollment:...................................................................................................... 7,800 Affiliation:....................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference:..........................................................................................West Coast Nickname:.................................................................................................... Toreros School Colors:................................................... Torero Blue, Navy and White President:...................................................................................Dr. Mary E. Lyons Executive Director of Athletics:....................................................... Ky Snyder Facility:.................................................................. Jenny Craig Pavilion (5,100) 2008-09 Overall Record..............................................................................19-13 2008-09 WCC Record.......................................................................... 7-7 (T4th) Starters Returning/Lost...................................................................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................................................................8/4

COACHING STAFF Head Coach:.......................................................................................Cindy Fisher Alma Mater:..........................................................................Arizona State, 1988 Record at USD:........................................................................................ 68-54 (3) Overall Record..........................................................................................121-134 NCAA Tournament Appearances (Last)...........................................1 (2008) WNIT Appearances (last).......................................................................2 (2007) Assistant Coaches:..............................................................Mary Ann Falcosky .................................................................................. Niecee Nelson, Tiara Harris Graduate Assistant.........................................................................Beth Bradley Undergraduate Assistant........................................... Hannah Morgenstern Office Phone:............................................................................... (619) 260-8892 Basketball fax:............................................................................. (619) 260-5915

MEDIA RELATIONS Associate AD Media Relations....................................................... Ted Gosen Assistant Dir. of Media Relations (WBB).................................. Chris Loucks Media Relations Coordinator...................................................Ryan McCann Loucks’ Office Phone:................................................................ (619) 260-7930 Loucks’ E-Mail:............................................................. cloucks@sandiego.edu Media Relations Fax:................................................................. (619) 260-2990 Athletics Website......................................................................usdtoreros.com

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The 2009-10 USD women’s basketball media guide was designed and written by Chris Loucks...Cover design by Chris Loucks...Photography provided by Brock Scott and Eric Drotter...Printing done by Ideal Services.


TABLE OF CONTENTS General information: ........................................................................................2 Season Outlook...............................................................................................4-5 Head Coach Cindy Fisher.............................................................................6-9 Assistant Coach Mary Ann Falcosky...................................................10-11 Assistant Coach Niecee Nelson............................................................12-13 Assistant Coach Tiara Harris...................................................................14-15 Graduate Assistant Coach Beth Bradley............................................16-17 Undergraduate Assistant Coach Hannah Morgenstern..............18-19 2009-10 USD Roster........................................................................................ 20 Player Profiles..............................................................................................21-56 San Diego City............................................................................................58-59 University Profile........................................................................................60-61 Jenny Craig Pavilion.................................................................................62-63 USD Gear............................................................................................................ 64 Torero Locker Room....................................................................................... 65 USD Training Room......................................................................................... 66 2008 WCC Champions................................................................................... 67 Postseason Runs.............................................................................................. 68 Toreros in the Pros.......................................................................................... 69 USD President Dr. Mary E. Lyons................................................................. 70 USD Executive Director of Athletics Ky Snyder..................................... 71 USD Administration..................................................................................72-76 USD Media Relations...................................................................................... 77 2009-10 USD Opponents........................................................................78-80 Travel with the Toreros.................................................................................. 81 Series Records vs. Opponents..................................................................... 82 2008-09 Final Statistics.................................................................................. 83 West Coast Conference...........................................................................84-85 San Diego Records Section....................................................................86-97 USD All-Time Roster....................................................................................... 98 NCAA Compliance........................................................................................... 99 TV/Radio Roster.............................................................................................100


2009-10 SEASON OUTLOOK The last time the USD women’s basketball team walked off the court, the Toreros exhibited their resiliency and determination. After battling their way into the championship of the 2009 WCC Tournament, the Toreros were one win away from punching their ticket to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season. In the end, however, the team exited the court after suffering their final defeat. With big shoes to fill, after the departure of Amber Sprague and Kiva Herman, and a tough end to the 2008-09 season lingering in the minds of the returning players, it would seem to be tough to embrace optimism for the upcoming season. Just do not tell that to the 2009-10 women’s basketball team. Being led by head coach Cindy Fisher, the Toreros will look to build upon last season’s 19-13 record. The team will showcase players with NCAA tournament experience while also welcoming talented newcomers. The lone senior on the squad, forward Morgan Henderson, will provide the veteran leadership, as well as the ability to stretch the opposition’s defense. In 29 games during last season, Henderson shot a team-leading .449 from 3-point range. In total, she averaged 7.5 ppg while adding 4.3 rpg. Another veteran among the group is junior forward Sam Child. Child has started 62 of the 64 games she has played in over the last two years, including 31

starts last season. Child averaged 8.0 ppg, and was second on the team in minutes (1,101), rebounds (147), assists (70), and steals (46). Although she may not be an upperclassman, sophomore guard Dominique Conners sure plays like one. Conners demonstrates the ability to see and manage the court, leading the offensive attack for the Toreros. In her freshman season, Conners appeared in all 32 games, including 28 starts. The team-leader in assists with 95 is also the leading scorer for all returnees, as she averaged 10.2 ppg. In conference play, Conners turned up her play, shooting .431 from the field while averaging 11.8 ppg in 14 WCC contests. With the departure of the program’s all-time leader in career points and rebounds Amber Sprague, a huge vacancy has been left at the center position. Enter redshirt juniors Nya Mason and Erica Carlson. Mason and Carlson will provide the size for the Toreros front court, as both will see an increased role. Mason is coming off a season in which she scored 1.9 ppg, shot .481 from the field, and registered 1.2 rpg in 7.0 minutes per game. Carlson played in 18 games for the Toreros, averaging 0.4 ppg and 1.4 rpg in 4.1 minutes per game. Junior forward Emily Hatch, a tested role player who appeared in all 32 games last season, will look towards continuously helping the team in all areas. Last sea-


son, Hatch established career-highs in points per game (2.1), rebounds per game (3.0), and steals (19). Rounding out the junior class is redshirt-forward Sara VanderHorst. VanderHorst bounced back from an injury-depleted season in 2007-08, by averaging 1.7 ppg over 24 games in 2008-09. With important roles on the team to be determined, she will provide much-needed depth and flexibility for the Toreros. Morgan Woodrow enters her sophomore season after appearing in all 32 games for the Toreros during her freshman campaign. While averaging 10.0 minutes per game, Woodrow contributed 2.0 ppg and 1.1 rpg for the Toreros in the 2008-09 season. While the team may have only one senior, the strong incoming class of freshmen will be relied upon to infuse youth and energy in all aspects of the team. Highly decorated freshman guard Danesia Williamson joins the USD backcourt after being selected to the All-CIF first-team for three consecutive years in high school. In her senior campaign at nearby Mt. Miguel High School, Williamson was named East County Player of the Year after averaging 19.2 ppg, 4.2 steals per game, and 5.2 assists per game. Joining Williamson in the backcourt is freshman guard Julia Benett, who attended Pearland High School in Pearland, Texas, where she was named to the All-

Greater Houston team in her senior season after averaging 18.0 ppg, 3.2 assists per game, and 1.2 steals per game. Two other freshmen, forwards Felicia Wijenberg and Brittany Conger, also enter with outstanding resumes that match those of their classmates on the team. Wijenberg arrives at USD after attending the National Elite Development Academy for Canada and playing for the Canadian Junior National U-18 Team that competed in the FIBA Americas. Conger earned four-varsity letters while attending Mountain View High School in Arizona, helping her team win three 5A East League Championships. Conger was a McDonald’s All-American nominee during her senior year after averaging 11.3 ppg and 6.3 rpg. From the incoming freshman, such as Conger and Wijenberg, to the sole senior, Henderson, the Toreros collectively know what needs to be done to satisfy their expectations. So when they walk off the court for the final time in the 200910 season, the women’s basketball team will have proven they are a threat in the WCC for another season.


Head Coach CINDY FISHER Cindy Fisher was named the University of San Diego head women’s basketball coach on April 19, 2005. In her fourth season, Cindy Fisher had her team playing its best at the right time of the season, as the Toreros had an unprecedented run in the WCC championships, winning three games in three days to reach the championship game for the second time in as many years. The Toreros produced three players to the All-WCC team and Dominique Conners was the lone freshman named to the All-WCC Tournament team. In her third season at the helm of the program, she guided the Toreros back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in eight years. The 2007-08 season also marks back-to-back post season appearances for the Toreros under Fisher’s watch. Fisher helped lead USD to a 19- 12 overall record and a West Coast Conference Tournament championship. She helped guide three players to All-WCC honors, with Amanda Rego and Amber Sprague each earning first-team honors and Sam Child being selected to the All-

WCC freshman team. In only her second season at the helm of the program, Cindy Fisher orchestrated the biggest turn around in school history, a 12-game improvement from 9-19 in the 2005-06 season to a 21-9 record in 2006-07 season. The turn around was the fourth best in the nation. USD has set a lot of records along the way as they have recorded the first-ever 20-win season in program history, finished second place in the West Coast Conference for the first time in program history and had the best overall start in program history at 6-0 and in conference play at 6-0. Under her tutelage, the Toreros placed three players on the All-WCC lists highlighted by Amanda Rego being named the WCC Co-Player of the Year. Rego and Amber Sprague both took home first-team All-WCC honors and Morgan Henderson was named to the All-WCC Freshman team. For her efforts,Fisher was named the 2007 WCC Co-Coach of the Year. During her first season at USD, the Toreros showed remarkable improve-


ment. The Toreros did record a huge 15-point win over Santa Clara on the road and were close in games against Georgia Tech, Boise State and against Loyola Marymount in the first round of the WCC Championship Tournament. Fisher also helped guide Tiara Harris to an All-WCC selection and Kelly Winther to an All-WCC Freshman team selection.

Champion, Baylor, in January of 2005. They also posted Big 12 wins over No. 14 Iowa State and Oklahoma, both NCAA Tournament participants. Fisher recruited and coached Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, Jelena Spiric, and recruited and developed post player, Danielle Page, who earned Big 12 Rookie of the Week honors twice.

Fisher, the University of Nebraska’s top assistant for two seasons, and former head coach for Wyoming between 1998-2003, became USD’s third head coach dating back to the program’s inception in 1978-79. She took over for Kathy Marpe who stepped down after directing the program for 25 years.

During the 2003-04 campaign, the Huskers finished 18-12 overall, and produced one of the top 10 turnarounds in NCAA Division I women’s basketball with 10 more victories. The team earned two wins over top 25 teams; the team cracked the top-25 national rankings for the first time since 1999; and the 2004 recruiting class was ranked 28th nationally.

Fisher helped lead Nebraska to back-to-back appearances in the WNIT during her two seasons with the Huskers. In 2004-05, the team finished 1814 overall and 8-8 in the Big 12. The Huskers recorded the program’s first win over a top-5 team with its 103-99 victory over eventual NCAA National

In five seasons as the head coach at Wyoming, Cindy Fisher compiled a 59-81 record. However, Fisher’s accomplishments at Wyoming go well beyond her overall coaching record. Cindy Fisher’s Cowgirl teams showed improvement in each of her five seasons, culminating with an 18-12 mark in 2002-03. The 18 wins were the school’s most victories since 1989-90.


FISHER FISHER’S COACHING RECORD SAN DIEGO (HEAD COACH)

Years

Overall

Conf. Record/Finish Postseason

2008-09 19-13

7-7/T4th WCC

WCC Championship Game

2007-08 19-13

7-7/T3rd WCC

NCAA First Round

2006-07 21-9

10-4/2nd WCC

WNIT First Round

2005-06 9-19

4-10/T6th

WCC First Round

Wyoming (HEAD COACH) Years

Overall

Conf. Record/Finish Postseason

2002-03 18-12

7-7/6th MWC

WNIT Second Round

2001-02 13-15

5-9/6th MWC

MWC First Round

2000-01 11-17

3-11/7th MWC

MWC First Round

1999-00 10-18

4-10/6th MWC

MWC First Round

1998-99 7-19

3-11/7th MWC

She also led the Cowgirls to their first postseason appearance since 198990 with a trip to the 2003 WNIT, where Wyoming notched a first-round win over Montana. The WNIT win over Montana marked the first postseason victory in Wyoming women’s basketball history. Her 2001-2002 team at Wyoming finished No. 1 in the country in academic excellence with a team GPA of 3.486.

From Cheyenne, Wyoming, Cindy Fisher was a three-year starter at Cheyenne Central High School, before competing at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington. Her career was cut short by a hip injury, but she earned her associate’s degree in 1984. She transferred to Arizona State and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology in 1988.

Before taking the job at Wyoming, Cindy Fisher spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Old Dominion. She served as the Lady Monarchs’ recruiting coordinator and scheduling coordinator and prepared scouting reports, while also acting as the team’s public relations liaison. During her three-year stint, ODU compiled a 92-8 record, including a 34-win season and a pair of 29-win seasons. Old Dominion advanced to the national championship game in 1997, and qualified for the Sweet 16 in each of her three seasons. Fisher also built up her coaching resume with stops at Weber State (1994-95), Mesa CC in Arizona (1988-90; 1993-94), and Illinois State (1992-93; graduate assistant, 1990-92).

After graduation, she served as a physical education instructor at Mesa Community College from 1988 to 1990, before completing her Master’s Degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Administration of Sport at Illinois State in 1992.


Assistant Coach MARY ANN FALCOSKY Mary Ann Falcosky begins her fifth year at USD, and ninth year with head coach Cindy Fisher, as an assistant coach. Falcosky has a wealth of coaching experience at both the division I and junior college levels and over 15 years of recruiting experience. With this experience, one of her primary responsibilities will be to coordinate the recruiting effort of the Toreros, which includes both national and international recruiting. Falcosky also works with the USD marketing department to promote the women’s basketball program and assists the strength and conditioning coach to ensure the physical fitness level of the Toreros is at a championship level.

tween 2002-2005, including a 21-8 finish in the 2004-2005 season.

Other responsibilities Falcosky will take on at USD include the scouting of opponents to assist Fisher with game plans. During the game, she will chart the Toreros defensive schemes and provide defensive and offensive input to Fisher. She is also in charge of the development of the post players.

Prior to joining the Weber State staff, Falcosky spent five years as an assistant coach at the University of Wyoming. While at Wyoming, Falcosky was instrumental in implementing an academic program, which resulted in 32 players being recognized academically on an Academic All-Conference Team, and the WBCA recognizing the 2001-02 Wyoming women’s team for having the highest GPA in the country among Division I institutions. Other duties include assisting with all aspects of organizing and running one of the largest team camps (1,800 attendees) in the country, coordinating and assisting with the recruiting efforts which attracted student-athletes from the northwest, west, and mid-west regions and having contributed to the development of seven players who were able to continue their careers playing professionally overseas.

In only her third season with the Toreros, Falcosky helped guide the team back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in eight years, as USD won the WCC Tournament championship with a 7066 win over top-seeded Gonzaga. The 2007-08 season marks back-to-back trips to the postseason for the Toreros with Falcosky on the coaching staff. During only her second season at USD, she helped guide the Toreros to their biggest turn around in program history, a 12-game improvement from 9-19 in the 2005-06 season to a 21-9 record in 2006-07 season. Under Falcosky’s guidance, the Toreros placed three players on the All-WCC lists, including the WCC Co-Player of the Year Amanda Rego. Prior to joining the USD staff, Falcosky completed a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Weber State in Ogden, Utah. Falcosky was essential in helping Weber State compile a 38-18 record be-

Her main responsibilities on the Wildcat staff included the individual development of both post and guard players, organizing team travel, assisting with recruiting, organizing and running the high school jamboree camps, marketing and promoting the program, working with the strength and conditioning coach regarding pre, in, and post season strength training and assisting on the court with both offense and defense.

Prior to working at Wyoming, Falcosky was an assistant at Mesa Community College in Mesa, Ariz. for four years. Her 1998-99 recruiting class finished the season ranked 5th in the NJCAA Division II poll. A native of Tempe, Ariz., Falcosky is a 1993 graduate of Northern Arizona University and holds her masters degree in kinesiology and health from the University of Wyoming.


Assistant Coach NIECEE NELSON Niecee Nelson enters her fifth season as an assistant coach at USD. “The University of San Diego has given me an opportunity of a lifetime. I work in an amazing environment, on a campus that is second to none with a strong academic curriculum and a thriving athletic department. I’ve had the opportunity to help build a winning tradition and influence the lives of our student-athletes. It is an honor to call San Diego “home” and a privilege to coach on this staff.” On the court, Nelson’s responsibilities include point guard and shooting guard development. Last season she helped guide Kiva Herman to a First-Team, All-Conference selection as well as an All-tournament award at the West Coast Conference Championships in Vegas. Herman broke the single season scoring record at USD and had a record-breaking performance during the teams’ four game run at the championship. This is the fourth guard to graduate and pursue a professional basketball career overseas since Nelson joined the staff. Nelson also helped Dominique Conners earn a spot on the All-freshman team and ultimately gain recognition on the All-WCC tournament team last season. Off the court, Nelson is responsible for overseeing the teams’ academic progress, organizing of team travel, managing the overall budget, and ordering of team equipment. She shares the duties of recruiting as well as the scouting of opponents. In only her third season with the Toreros, Nelson helped guide the team back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in eight years, as USD won the WCC Tournament championship with a 7066 win over top-seeded Gonzaga. The 2007-08 season marks back-to-back trips to the postseason for the Toreros with Nelson on the coaching staff. During only her second season, she helped guide the Toreros to their biggest turn around in program history, a 12-game improvement from 9-19 in the 2005-06 season to a 21-9 record in 2006-07 season. Under Nelson’s guidance, the Toreros placed three players on the All-WCC lists, including the WCC Co-Player of the Year Amanda Rego.

During her first year with the Toreros, Nelson worked closely with the development of the guards, helping to guide Tiara Harris to a first-team All-WCC selection and Kelly Winther being named to the All-WCC Freshman team. Nelson came to USD after spending one season at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). While at IPFW Nelson’s primary responsibilities were team travel, post player development, marketing and academic support. Within two months of arriving at IPFW, Nelson was promoted to recruiting coordinator leading the charge in overseas recruiting into Brazil and Europe. Nelson’s marketing efforts helped increase attendance at the women’s basketball games for the 2004-2005 season. Prior to working at IPFW, she worked as a graduate assistant at the University of Wyoming with current USD head coach Cindy Fisher. Nelson worked closely with the staff and team on practice and game day coaching, individual workouts, academic support, film exchange, and guard and post development. She helped the Cowgirls culminate a 18-12 mark in 2002-03. The 18 wins were the school’s most victories since 1989-90. She also helped lead the Cowgirls to their first postseason appearance since 1989-90 with a trip to the 2003 WNIT, where Wyoming notched a first-round win over Montana. The WNIT win over Montana marked the first postseason victory in Wyoming women’s basketball history. Nelson was a two-time NAIA All-American at Concordia University in Portland, Ore. She was also named to the Lutheran Brotherhood All-American Team, and was a scholar-athlete. Nelson was chosen as the Cascade Conference Freshman-of-the-year in her first year at Concordia. Nelson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education in 2002 from Concordia, and a master of science degree in kinesiology and health in 2004 from the University of Wyoming. She resides in San Diego with her husband Steve and son Sebastian.


Assistant Coach TIARA HARRIS Tiara Harris in entering her third season as an assistant coach under Cindy Fisher. Harris’ primary responsibilities for the Toreros include guard development, assisting with scouting of opponents, recruiting, academic support of the team, coordinating community service, and co-director of summer camps. In only her first season on staff, Harris helped guide the Toreros back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in eight years. The Toreros posted a 19-12 overall record and claimed the WCC Tournament championship to earn the league’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. While working with the guards, Harris helped guide Amanda Rego to an All-WCC First-Team distinction. Harris comes to USD after playing professional basketball for the Breidablik team in Iceland. Not only was Harris playing professional basketball in Iceland, but she was also the head coach of the Breidablik junior team. Harris served as a coach for the Air Force Academy team from January of 2007 until the end of the season in March. Harris has also coached USD

summer camps since 2002 as well as the Air Force summer camp in 2006. Harris was an All-West Coast Conference performer for the Toreros women’s basketball team taking home first-team All-WCC honors as a senior in the 2005-06 season, head coach Cindy Fisher’s first season at the helm of the program. Harris became the ninth player in the history of the program to record 1,000 career points, and finished her career with 1,150 career points to place sixth all-time at USD. Harris is also ranked 10th in career field goals made (386), third in three-point field goals made (137), ninth in three-point field goal percentage (35.5), fifth in free-throws made (241) and fifth in free-throw percentage (79.8). Harris earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from USD in 2006 and resides in San Diego.


Graduate Assistant BETH BRADLEY Beth Bradley is entering her second season as the Graduate Assistant for head coach, Cindy Fisher. Her responsibilities include: marketing, coordinating film exchange, community outreach, academic support, maintaining the recruiting database, assisting with game operations, providing real-time game statistics, and coordinating summer camps. Bradley was a stand-out player at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn. While initially, Bradley played volleyball, her sophomore year she walked on to the basketball team and played for four years, earning a full-ride scholarship along the way. As a team captain and senior, she helped lead the Bisons to the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship, becoming the first women’s basketball team at LU to reach the NCAA Tournament and in its first year of eligibility, a history making feat. Bradley brings a diverse coaching background to the Toreros. She has coached at several different summer camps including Lipscomb University, Vanderbilt University, and California State University Chico. Bradley earned a Bachelors of Arts degree from Lipscomb in 2003, majoring in Public Relations and double-minoring in Marketing and English. Prior to coming to San Diego, Bradley worked for the International Non-Profit, Operation Smile as the Regional Development Manager for California. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters in Leadership with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior at the University of San Diego.

BETH’S FAVORITE QUOTE Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The trouble-makers. The round heads in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status-quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify, or vilify them. But the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do. - Jack Kerouac


Undergraduate Assistant HANNAH MORGENSTERN Hannah Morgenstern enters her first year as an Undergraduate Student Assistant coach for the Torero women’s basketball program. She will help assist head coach Cindy Fisher with all aspects of the game. Morgenstern, who is a senior at USD, was a member of the women’s basketball team for three years, but due to an injury she was limited to a few minutes of action. A stand-out on the Highlands Ranch High School basketball team in Littleton, Colo., Morgenstern helped lead her team to the state championship as a senior and earned an All-State honorable mention as both a sophomore and junior. As a freshman in high school, Morgenstern earned a McDonald’s All-American nomination.

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MEET THE TOREROS

2009-10 SAN DIEGO ROSTER No. Player 2 Dominique Conners 5 Julia Bennett 10 Danesia Williamson 11 Sara VanderHorst* 13 Felicia Wijenberg 22 Morgan Woodrow 24 Sam Child 32 Brittany Conger 35 Emily Hatch 42 Nya Mason* 50 Morgan Henderson 54 Erica Carlson*

Ht. 5-10 5-9 5-6 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-4

Pos. Yr. G SO G FR G FR F JR F FR F SO F JR F FR F JR C JR F SR C R

Hometown - Previous School Oceanside, CA – La Jolla Country Day Pearland, TX – Pearland HS San Diego, CA – Mt. Miguel HS Pleasanton, CA – Amador Valley HS Maple Ridge, B.C., Canada - St. Mary’s Secondary Fremont, CA – Washington HS Portland, OR – Tualatin HS Fountain Hills, AZ – Mountain View HS Portland, OR - Lake Oswego HS Portland, OR – Colorado State Leawood, KS - Notre Dame de Sion HS Tucson, AZ – Canyon del Oro HS

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Graduate Assistant Undergraduate Assistant:

Cindy Fisher (5th Year - Arizona St., 1988) Mary Ann Falcosky (5th Year - Northern Arizona, 1993) Niecee Nelson (5th Year - Concordia U., 2002) Tiara Harris (3rd year, San Diego, 2006) Beth Bradlley (2nd Year, Lipscomb, 2004) Hannah Morgenstern (1st Year)

* has utilzed redshirt season


JUNIOR (2008-09): Played in 29 games with 22 starts...averaged 7.5 ppg, 4.3 rpg and led the team in three point shooting, going 40-for-89 (.449)... helped lead the team through an incredible run at the WCC championships, winning three games in three days before falling in the championship game...helped the team win the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Classic...scored in double figures eight times...scored a season-high 21 points twice, once against UC Irvine (11/30/08) and the other against Portland (2/26/09)...scored 19 points in a win over Utah Valley (12/6/08)...scored 16 points against Pepperdine in the WCC Championships opener (3/7/09) and against Portland (1/29/09)...scored 13 points against BYU-Hawaii (12/5/08) and against Portland (3/8/09). SOPHOMORE (2007-08): Played and started in all 32 games...helped lead the Toreros to the WCC Tournament championship...averaged 9.7 points per game and 5.1 rebounds per game...led the team in three-point field goals with 44 made on the season...scored a season-high 22 points against Cal State Baskersfield (11/9/07)... led the team’s scoring in the WCC Championship game with 20 points, while going 6-for-8 from beyond the arc against Gonzaga (3/9/08)...scored 19 points against Toledo (11/11/07)...scored 17 points in games against Dayton (11/25/07) and Gonzaga (2/16/08)...scored 15 points against UC Irvine (1/6/08). FRESHMAN (2006-07): Played a huge role in the biggest turn around in program history, a 12-game improvement...helped lead the team, to the best record in program history at 21-9...was named to the All-WCC Freshman team...played in all 30 games with two starts...scored a career-high 28 points in the regular-season finale

against Portland (2/24/07)...placed herself second in single-game three-pointers made with seven against Portland (2/24/07)...scored 16 points in a win against Loyola Marymount (2/8/07)...recorded her first collegiate double-double against Pepperdine, with15 points and 10 rebounds (2/10/07)...scored 15 points in games against Santa Clara (2/15/07) and Gonzaga (1/27/07)...scored in double figures in 12 games. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters playing for Mike Dunn at Notre Dame de Sion High School...earned the DiRenna Award for Player of the Year in Kansas City...named to the Class 5 All-State team as a junior and senior...helped lead her team to the state championship game as a senior...as a senior averaged 15.3 points per game had led her team in shooting percentage at 50%...member of the Kansas Belles AAU National Championship team in 2006...named first-team All-Metro league as a senior, second-team All-Metro League as a junior and an honorable mention as a sophomore...ended her career as the fourth leading scorer in school history with 1,317 points, is the school record holder for career free throws with 353 free throws made in a season at 176, free throw percentage at 87.6% and consecutive free throws made at 19. PERSONAL: Morgan Victoria Henderson was born on June 29, 1988 as the daughter of Bob and Debbye Henderson in Overland Park, Kan....was also recruited by Harvard and several Big-12 schools...chose to attend USD because of the academics and welcoming atmosphere at USD.


MORGAN HENDERSON CAREER STATISTICS

3pt

YEAR GP/GS MIN. FG-FGA FG% FG-FGA FG% FT-FTA FT% A STL BLK REB AVG PTS AVG

06-07

30-2 556

.367

70-82

.854 16 23 14 102 3.4 257 8.6

07-08

32-31 774 102-254 .402

44-127 .346

61-69

.884 38 17 10 164 5.1 309 9.7

40-89

43-49

.878 40 29 13 124 4.3 217 7.5

77-192 .401 67-157 .427

33-90

08-09

29-23 607

Totals

91-55 1937 246-603 .408 117-306 .382 174-200 .870 94 69 37 390 4.3 783 8.6

.449


SARA VANDERHORST CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/GS 06-07 16-0 08-09 24-1 Totals 40-1

3pt

MIN. FG-FGA FG% 77 8-27 .296 245 16-43 .372 322 24-70 .343

FG-FGA 2-11 3-17 5-28

FG% FT-FTA FT% A .182 3-10 .300 2 .176 5-19 .263 15 .179 8-29 .276 17

STL BLK REB 2 0 11 9 0 18 11 0 29

AVG PTS 0.7 21 0.8 40 0.7 61

AVG 1.3 1.7 1.5


SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Played in 24 games with one start, rotating between the point guard and shooting guard positions... played a role in helping the team through an incredible run at the WCC championships,as USD won three games in three days before falling in the championship game...played a role in helping the team win the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Classic...averaged 1.7 ppg...tied a career-high nine points in a win against BYU-Hawaii (12/5/08)...scored six points against UC San Diego in the season-opener (11/14/08).

1.2 ppg and 0.66 rpg in her 15 appearances.

SOPHOMORE (2007-08): Redshirted at USD.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters playing for her father Doug Vanderhorst at Amador Valley High School...named the East Bay Athletic League MVP as a junior and senior...helped lead her team to the EBAL championship as a junior...averaged 22 points per game as a senior and 21 points per game as a junior...named All East Bay all four years...named All-State as a junior...named first-team All-EBAL all four years...also lettered in cross country.

FRESHMAN (2006-07): Played a huge role in the biggest turn around in program history, a 12-game improvement...helped lead the team to the best record in program history at 21-9...played in 15 games as a reserve for the Toreros...scored a career-high nine points, while only playing eight minutes, in a win against San Diego State (11/19/06)...averaged

PERSONAL: Sara Ruth Vanderhorst was born on June 28, 1988 as the daughter of Andrea and Doug VanderHorst in San Jose, Calif....was also recruited by Loyola Marymount, Oregon State and New Mexico State...chose to attend USD because of the basketball program...her father Doug played basketball at Clarion State University.


SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Played in 32 games with 31 starts...played a huge role in helping the team through an incredible run at the WCC championships, winning three games in three days before falling in the championship game...helped lead the team win the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Classic...averaged 8.0 ppg, and was second on the team in 3-point field goals made with 27...scored in double figures in 13 games...scored a season-high 21 points in a win against BYU-Hawaii (12/5/08)...scored 17 points against San Francisco (2/7/09)...scored 16 points against Loyola Marymount (2/12/09)...scored 14 points against Saint Mary’s (2/21/09) and against Pepperdine (2/14/09)...recorded a double-double with 10 rebounds and 12 points against Saint Mary’s (1/24/09)...went a perfect 4-for-4 from the 3-point line in a win against BYU-Hawaii (12/5/08). FRESHMAN (2007-08): Played in all 32 games with 31 starts...helped lead the team to a WCC Tournament championship...was named to the All-WCC Freshman team...was named WCC Player of the Week once...averaged 10.3 points per game...scored in double figures in 18 games this season...scored a career-high 27 points against Loyola Marymount (1/31/08)...scored 20 points against Saint Mary’s (2/23/08)...scored 18 points against Saint Mary’s (1/26/08)...recorded a career-high 10 rebounds against Pepperdine (2/28/08). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters playing for Todd Jukkala at Tualatin High School...was named the Oregonian’s Class 6A girls State Player of the Year as a senior...was named the Pacific Conference Player of the

Year as a senior...broke eight school records during her senior season...was named first-team All-State/Tournament as senior in helping lead her team not only to a league championship but also into the quarterfinals of the state playoffs...averaged 19.5 points per game, 5.7 rebounds per game, 3.6 steals per game and 2.4 assists per game as a senior... during her senior season, she set the single-season records for points (526), field goals made (212) and steals (96)...finished her career as the second leading scorer in school history with 1,139 points...was named first-team All-Tournament and third-team All-State as a junior in helping lead her team to a 29-1 overall record and a league championship...as a sophomore she was named second-team All-League... was also a stand-out on the track team, placing herself in the varsity top-10 list in both the 100m and 300m hurdles with times of 16.7 seconds in the 100m and 49.42 seconds in the 300m hurdles...was also named second-team All-League on the Tualatin volleyball team. PERSONAL: Samantha Allyene Child was born on October 24, 1988...she is the daughter of Sally Pitts and Jay Child...was heavily recruited by Oregon, Oregon State, Boise State, Alabama and Loyola Marymount...chose to attend USD because of the outstanding women’s basketball program...has yet to decide on a major, but is leaning towards pre-med.


SAM CHILD CAREER STATISTICS

3pt

YEAR GP/GS MIN. FG-FGA FG% FG-FGA FG% FT-FTA FT%

A STL BLK REB AVG PTS AVG

07-08

3 2-31 1024 137-281 .488

22-64

.344

35-53 .660

30

31

8

140

4.4

331 10.3

08-09 32-32 1101 101-291 .347

27-85

.318

28-39 .718

70

46

15

147

4.6

257

8.0

Totals 64-62 2125 238-572 .416 49-149 .329 63-92 .685 100 77

23

287 4.5

588

9.2


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EMILY HATCH CAREER STATISTICS

3pt

YEAR GP/GS MIN. FG-FGA FG% FG-FGA FG%

FT-FTA FT% A

STL BLK REB AVG PTS AVG

07-08

25-0

148

16-41

.390

0-3

.000

4-5

.800

5

1

1

37

1.5

36

1.4

08-09

32-8

417

24-62

.387

0-5

.000

20-29

.690

15

19

5

97

3.0

68

2.1

Totals

57-8

565 40-103

.388

0-8

.000

24-34

.706 20

20

6

134 2.4 104 1.8


SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Played in 32 games with eight starts...was part of the team that had a incredible run through the WCC championships, winning three games in three days before falling in the championship game...was part of the team that won the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Classic...recorded her first collegiate double-double with 13 rebounds and career-high 13 points against Long Island (12/30/08)...pulled down a career-high 15 rebounds against Santa Clara (1/10/09)...averaged 2.0 ppg. FRESHMAN (2007-08): Played in 25 games...helped the team win the WCC Tournament championship...scored a career-high six points against Pepperdine (2/2/08)... recorded a career-high six rebounds against Gonzaga (2/16/08)...averaged 1.5 points per game.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in basketball, while playing at Lake Oswego High School...earned an All-State honorable mention as both a junior and senior...earned a McDonald’s All-American nomination as a senior...was named firstteam All-Three Rivers League as a junior and senior...was named All-League honorable mention as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Emily Hatch was born on Jun 19, 1989 in Portland, Ore....she is the daughter of Tom Hatch and Ann Cleveland...was heavily recruited by Davidson College, University of the Pacific and Santa Clara University...chose to attend USD because of the academic reputation, the beautiful campus, but most importantly she loves the players and coaching staff...has two sisters, Kathrine and Megan.


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YEAR GP/GS MIN. FG-FGA FG% 08-09 31-0 217 25-52 .481 Totals 31-0 217 25-52 .481

NYA MASON CAREER STATISTICS 3pt

FG-FGA FG% FT-FTA FT% A STL BLK REB AVG PTS AVG 0-0 .000 8-10 .80 2 8 13 37 1.2 58 1.9 0-0 .000 8-10 .80 2 8 13 37 1.2 58 1.9


SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Played in 31 games...averaged 1.9 ppg and 1.2 rpg...helped the team through an incredible run at the WCC championships, winning three games in three days before falling in the championship game...helped the team win the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Classic...scored a career-high eight points against Cal State Northridge (11/19/08)...scored six points against both UC Santa Barbara (11/16/08) and Cal Poly (11/22/08).

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduate of St. Mary’s Academy in Portland, Ore....named Mt. Hood Conference Player of the Year in 2006 and first team All-Conference in 2005 and 2006 while averaging 22.3 points and 13.6 rebounds per game...named St. Mary’s Best Offensive Player as a sophomore...team Captain during the 2005-06 season... All-American nominee in 2006...Received four varsity letters in basketball and two in volleyball....Played for West Coast Basketball club team.

SOPHOMORE (2007-08): Redshirted at USD due to NCAA transfer rules.

PERSONAL: Full name Nya Alisha Mason...born July 20, 1988 in Portland, Ore....is one of three children of James and Anita Mason...has two older brothers, James and Jordan...her father (James) played basketball at Portland State...was also recruited by BYU, Oregon State and Colorado State.

FRESHMAN (2006-07): Played at Colorado State University...played in 25 games, averaging 4.1 points per game, 2.2 rebounds per game and recorded 14 blocks on the season.


SOPHOMORE (2008-09): Played in 18 games...was a member of the team that had through an incredible run at the WCC championships, winning three games in three days before falling in the championship game...was a member of the team win the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Classic...pulled down a career-high seven rebounds against Saint Mary’s (1/24/09)...recorded a career-high two blocks against Saint Mary’s (2/21/09). FRESHMAN (2007-08): Played in 17 games...helped the Toreros win the WCC Tournament championship...recorded a career-high three blocks against Cal State Bakersfield (11/9/07)...scored a career-high four points against Cal State Bakersfield (11/9/07). FRESHMAN (2006-07): Redshirted at San Diego. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters while playing at Canyon del Oro High School

for coach Kerri Brown...named first-team All-4A Sonoran League as a senior...named her team’s Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior...helped lead her team to a 26-6 record and a Region championship...as a senior averaged a double-double at 14.6 points per game and 12.5 rebounds...averaged a double-double as a junior with 14.2 point per game and 12.9 rebound per game...named second team All-League as a junior while helping lead her team to a 15-14 record and a regional championship...also lettered n track and field. PERSONAL: Born on May 7, 1988 in Kirkland, Wash. as the daughter of Kim and Toby Carlson...was also recruited by UC Riverside, Long Beach State and New Mexico...chose to attend USD because of the strong academics, the coaching staff, the basketball program and because of the location...her mother, Kim Carlson, played basketball and volleyball at Linfield College...lived in Saudi Arabia for six years.


ERICA CARLSON CAREER STATISTICS

3pt

YEAR GP/GS MIN. FG-FGA FG% FG-FGA FG% FT-FTA FT%

A

07-08

17-0

3

08-09

180-0

74

3-11

.273

0-0

.000

1-3

.333

6

0

3

25

1.4

7

0.4

Totals

35-0

156

9-27

.333

0-0

.000

5-9

.556

9

3

14

51

1.5

23

0.7

82

6-16

.375

0-0

.000

4-6

.667

STL BLK 3

11

REB AVG PTS AVG 26

1.5

16

0.9


FRESHMAN (2008-09): Played in 32 games with 28 starts at the point guard position...helped lead the team through an incredible run at the WCC championships, winning three games in three days before falling in the championship game...was named to the All-WCC Freshman team...was named to the All-WCC Tournament team...helped the team win the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Tournament...averaged 10.2 ppg, third best on the team...led the team with 95 assists...scored in double figures in 10 of the final 11 games of the season, averaging 13.7 ppg during this stretch...scored a career-high 20 points in the WCC semifinal win over Portland (3/8/09)...scored 19 points against Saint Mary’s (2/21/09)...scored 18 points against San Francisco (1/8/09)...scored 16 points against Long Island (12/30/08), Santa Clara (1/10/09) and against Gonzaga (2/28/09)...scored 15 points against Santa Clara (2/5/09). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in basketball, while playing at nearby La Jolla Country Day...as a senior was named a McDonald’s All-American honorable mention and helped lead her team to the State Championship game, while averaging 17 points per game... as a

junior she had a break-out season, as she was tabbed the Division IV CIF Player of the Year, first-team All-Coastal League and was a McDonalds All-American nominee...she led her team to a League championship as well as a CIF San Diego Section Division IV championship, as she averaged 11.5 points per game, 4.0 steals per game and racked up 79 assists...during her freshman season, she was named second-team All-CIF, was an All-Coastal League honorable mention after helping guide her team to the league championship and a Southern Regional final...also lettered in softball and track and field. PERSONAL: Dominique Conners was born on May 2, 1990...she is the daughter of Sherry and John Conners...was heavily recruited by Arizona State, Cal, Arizona and Oregon State...chose to attend USD because she wanted to be a part of a building program, she loved the team and coaching staff and the beautiful campus...notes that she played violin for three years and her father, John, has done three tours in Iraq.


DOMINIQUE CONNORS CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/GS MIN. FG-FGA FG% 08-09 32-29 873 115-287 .401 Totals 32-28 873 115-287 .401

3pt

FG-FGA FG% FT-FTA FT% A STL BLK REB AVG PTS AVG 7-25 .280 90-135 .667 95 57 10 135 4.2 327 10.2 7-25 .280 90-135 .667 95 57 10 135 4.2 327 10.2


MORGAN WOODROW CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/GS MIN. FG-FGA FG% 08-09 32-3 319 23-67 .343 Totals 32-3 319 23-67 .343

3pt

FG-FGA FG% FT-FTA FT% A STL BLK REB AVG PTS AVG 5-20 .250 14-17 .824 22 12 0 34 1.1 65 2.0 5-20 .250 14-17 .824 22 12 0 34 1.1 65 2.0


FRESHMAN (2008-09): Played in 32 games with three starts... played a role in helping the team through an incredible run at the WCC championships, winning three games in three days before falling in the championship game...averaged 2.0 ppg...scored a career-high 10 points in a win against Illinois-Chicago (12/28/08)...played a role in helping the team win the Maggie Dixon Surf N Slam Classic. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in basketball while playing at Washington High School...was named the Athlete of the Year and MVP as a senior, while averaging 17 points per game...as a junior was named firstteam All-MVAL, while averaging 14 points per game and was named the

MVP of the Rob Vares tournament ...as a sophomore, was named secondteam All-MVAL and was named the MVP of the Rob Vares Tournament, while averaging 10.2 points per game and 7.2 rebounds per game...also lettered in track and volleyball, where she was named first-team All-MVAL in volleyball as a junior and senior. PERSONAL: Morgan Elisbeth Woodrow was born on May 18, 1990...she is the daughter of Mark and Kristi Woodrow...was heavily recruited by Boise State, Utah, Saint Mary’s and UMKC...chose to attend USD because she believes San Diego is a program on the rise, and because of the excellent academic reputation of the university.


HIGH SCHOOL: Earned two varsity letters in basketball while playing at Pearland High School... as a junior and senior, she was named first-team All-District 24-5A, and the Defensive and Offensive Player of the year in 2008...she averaged 18.0 ppg as a senior, dished out 3.2 assists per game, 4.0 rebounds per game, and averaged 1.2 steals per game...as a senior she was named to the All-Greater Houston team, played in the Greater Houston All-Star game and was named to the academic All-State team...she recorded three double-doubles and one triple double as a senior...as a junior, she averaged 13.7 ppg and seven assists per game...she ranked in the top-5 in the city of Houston in three-point shooting as a junior...she was named to the All-State Academic Team for Texas Association of Basketball Coaches as a senior...she has been a member of the National Honor Society from 2005-09 and carried a 3.7 GPA into USD...she is also a member of the

Science National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Julia Alexandria Bennett was born on September 16, 1991...she is the daughter of Willie and Joyce Bennett...was heavily recruited by the University of Houston, University of North Florida, Liberty University, University of Portland, Wichita State, Stephen F. Austin and East Tennessee State...chose to attend USD because she loved everyone at the school, because of the strong women’s basketball program and because she sees USD as a place she can grow both as a player and as a person...her father, Willie, played basketball at Houston Baptist University...she notes that she loves to laugh and draw.


HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters in high school, while playing at Mt. Miguel High School... she is a three-time first-team All-CIF performer...as a senior she averaged 19.2 ppg, 4.2 steals per game, dished out 5.2 assists per game en route to being named the East County Player of the Year... she was also named to the All-State team for Division 2, and earned a spot on the East County All Star team as a senior...she helped lead her team to a league and CIF championship as a sophomore, while averaging 25.6 ppg, 4.2 steals per game and dished out an average of 3.3 assists per game...as a junior she was named East County Sports and the Union Tribune Player of the Year after averaging 24.4 ppg, 4.2 apg and 4.2 spg...she is a three-time first-team All-Grossmont League performer.

PERSONAL: Danesia Marie Williamson was born on February 7, 1991... she is the daughter of Maria and Larry Jones...she was heavily recruited by Saint Mary’s College, Pepperdine, University of Albany, Boston College, University of Arizona, Arizona State and San Francisco...chose to attend USD because of the academic opportunities offered at USD and because of the outstanding women’s basketball program...she notes that she loves to dance.


HIGH SCHOOL: As a junior and a senior, she was invited to attend the National Elite Development Academy for Canada...as a senior, she was chosen to play on the Canadian Junior National U-18 team that competed in the FIBA Americas as a 16 year old, where she started every game and helped team win a silver medal...as a senior, junior, and sophomore, she was chosen to play on the British Columbia U-17 Provincial Basketball team...as a sophomore, she was named MVP of the 2007 Senior Girls High School AAA provincials and helped lead Maple Ridge Secondary to their first B.C. Championship, while averaging 24 points and eight rebounds per game.

PERSONAL: Felicia Kristina Wijenberg was born on October 1, 1991...she is the daughter of Ernie and Jodi Wijenberg...was heavily recruited by Hartford, Utah, Nebraska, Santa Clara, Denver, San Diego State, Vermont and Harvard...chose to attend USD because of the outstanding business school, its location on the West Coast which will allow her family to watch her play, and because of the coaching staff and team...her father, Ernie, was on the Canadian National Judo team and won a Gold Medal for Canada in the Open Weight division, competed extensively internationally.


HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in basketball while playing at Mountain View High School...helped lead her team to three 5A East League championships...as a senior, she was a McDonald’s All-American Nominee after averaging 11.3 ppg and 6.3 rpg...was a 5A East honorable mention as a senior, and took home a pair of second-team All-5A East honors as a sophomore and junior...as a junior she was named the 5A East MVP after averaging 14.4 ppg and pulling down an average of 4.8 rpg... as a junior she was named to the 5A All-State team...as a junior she was a 5A East Region 3-point shootout champion, and was a state finalist in the same competition...she averaged double-digit points all four years...also ran track in her freshman year, where she was the 1600 Meter State Run-

ner-Up (5:17.25) and 3200 Meter Relay State Runner-Up. PERSONAL: Brittany Lynn Conger was born on December 3, 1991...she is the daughter of John and Robin Conger...she was heavily recruited by Denver, UC Irvine, Santa Clara, Princeton and UC Santa Barbara...chose to attend USD because of the coaching staff, the location, and the academics...her father John played golf at Redlands University...notes that she is double-jointed in all 10 fingers.


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SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA San Diego is truly “America’s Finest City.” A modern metropolis (second largest in California) and a popular year-round resort, San Diego spreads from the coast to the desert, including cliffs, mesas, hills, canyons and valleys. San Diego also surrounds one of California’s greatest natural harbors which has been a dominant factor in determining the city’s history, economy and development. Meteorologists claim San Diego as the country’s only area with perfect climate. This ideal year-round environment posts an average daytime temperature of 70 degrees, with an annual rainfall average of less than 10 inches. Most days are sunny, with humidity generally low, even in the summer. The climate, attractive setting and recreational facilities make San Diego “America’s Finest City.”

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The city has mostly avoided the evils of urban sprawl, which has allowed its

downtown to remain vibrant, especially the Gaslamp Quarter. San Diego is also home to the world-famous San Diego Zoo as well as Sea World. The city is great for families, but for those without kids, there is a lot to do as well. San Diego is home to a number of military bases, primarily due to its location. In 1941, after the Pearl Harbor attacks, the U.S. established the headquarters of the Pacific Fleet in San Diego, and the city is now home to the largest air naval station on the west coast. Unlike many cities, San Diego’s airport is right next to downtown, increasing its convenience even more. It is hard to believe that San Diego is the nation’s sixth-largest city, it just retains a small town feel. According to Sports Illustrated, “For sheer numbers of participants, diversity of pursuits of involvement, San Diego must rank as the sports fitness capital of the U.S.” Sports are a major feature of the San Diego lifestyle. One can sail, swim, surf, scuba dive, snorkel, windsurf on 70 miles of public beach or golf at any

of the over 80 golf courses throughout the county. Balboa Park, a 1,158-acre recreation and cultural center, offers 25 tennis courts, two gymnasiums, two municipal golf courses, and one of the nation’s finest zoos. Mission Bay Park is a 4,600-acre playground for jogging, fishing, bicycling, tennis, golf, jet skiing and kite flying. As well as participating in recreational activities, San Diego supports their professional teams -- the NFL Chargers play at Qualcomm Stadium, and the San Diego Padres play at Petco Park. During college football bowl week, San Diego annually hosts the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl in late December. During 1998, Qualcomm Stadium hosted the Super Bowl game between Denver and Green Bay; followed by the World Series between the San Diego Padres and the New York Yankees. The Super Bowl returned to San Diego in 2003. Whatever sporting activity there is, it’s here in San Diego -- the sports capital of the U.S.!


THE CAMPUS The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education. Founded in 1949, USD is located on 180 acres overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus is named Alcalá Park and is located just 10 minutes from downtown San Diego. The campus was named after a Spanish village near Madrid - Alcala de Henares. Founded by the Greeks as Complutum, the village was later renamed Al Kala (the Castle) by the Moslems. Christians recaptured the village centuries later and founded a university whose buildings became the inspiration for USD’s architectural style.

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Under the leadership of Mother Rosalie Hill of the Society of the Sacred Heart and Bishop Charles Francis Buddy of the Diocese of San Diego, the University of San Diego began as separate colleges for men and women. The first classes met in 1952; the School of Law opened its doors in 1954. By the late 1960’s it became clear that both colleges would benefit from combining academic resources, and in 1972 the University of San Diego became a single coeducational Catholic university. Now governed by a board of trustees independent from the founding organizations, USD is a Roman Catholic institution that welcomes students, faculty and staff of diverse religions, traditions and remains dedicated to the values originally articulated by Mother Hill and Bishop Buddy. Students choose from more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degrees programs in academic divisions including the College of Arts and Sciences and the schools of Business Administration, Leadership and Education Sciences, Law and Nursing and Health Science. The USD campus is regarded as one of the most architecturally unique institutions in the country, featuring major buildings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Renaissance style. Since 2000, USD has completed numerous major construction and expansion projects. In 2000 the Jenny Craig Pavilion, a 5,100-seat athletic center, opened its doors as home to USD basketball and volleyball. The Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice opened on the west end of campus, and in 2003 the Donald P. Shiley Center for Science and Technology opened. The Degheri Alumni Center, a three-story 28,000 square foot building located near the main entrance to USD, opened in 2004. A gathering place for the alumni family, it was made possible with a generous gift from alumnus Bert Degheri ’61. The Student Life Pavilion, a four-story, 50,000-square-foot building, opened its doors this past fall.


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With the donation of 10 million dollars by Sid and Jenny Craig, the University of San Diego received the lead gift necessary to proceed with the planning of the 17.5 million dollar Jenny Craig Pavilion. The Jenny Craig Pavilion serves as home to the Torero men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as the Torero women’s volleyball team. The Jenny Craig Pavilion officially opened its doors on Thursday, October 5, 2000 and was instantly recognized as one of the finest collegiate athletic facilities of its size. The Jenny Craig Pavilion, located at the eastern end of campus between Torero Stadium and Cunningham Baseball Stadium, has a seating capacity of 5,100, a 3,800 square foot fitness center, coaches offices, athletic training facilities, locker rooms, a concession stand and reception room. The arena was constructed, with the university’s architectural theme of 16th century Spanish Renaissance, and contains state-of-the-art sound and lighting as well as two Daktronics video boards for spectator comfort. This is the second home to USD basketball and volleyball teams, and seats twice the number of fans as the university’s old Sports Center. Unlike basketball venues that have the scoreboard suspended over the center of the court, forcing some spectators to crane their necks to check the score, the Jenny Craig Pavilion was designed with large scoreboards and video screens on the north and south walls, and smaller scoreboards on the east and west sides. Other benefits the coaches and administration appreciate are the opportunities to attract television coverage games, host concerts, USD tournaments and special games. The Jenny Craig Pavilion quickly garnered major attention from around the region, as the West Coast Conference selected USD as the site of the 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2008 WCC Basketball Championships, the 2002 California Junior College Basketball Championships, the annual Kiwanis Basketball Tournament, the Darrell Russell Celebrity Charity Basketball game, the 2003 NFL Celebrity Basketball Game, the Official Super Bowl XXXVII Luncheon, and the 2004 Judo National Championships.


LOCKER ROOM


The department of sports medicine operates under the supervision of the University of San Diego’s designated team physician, Paul C. Murphy MD, the associate director of athletics for sports medicine, Carolyn Greer, associate athletic trainers, and assistant athletic trainers. The sports medicine facility is located in the Jenny Craig Pavilion and is for the exclusive use of the University of San Diego student-athletes. This 2,400 square foot facility has defined taping, rehabilitation, and hydrotherapy areas. In addition, there is a private treatment/exam room, used by Dr. Murphy. The entire athletic training staff takes great pride in the services rendered to over 400 student athletes through this facility. The USD athletic training room is clearly the top sports medicine venue in the West Coast Conference.

University of San Diego student-athletes receive elite coaching from their strength and conditioning staff in one of the premier weight rooms on the West Coast. With 5,000 square feet of floor space (plus an additional 1,600 square feet of turf ), 16 all inclusive lifting stations and approximately 20,000 pounds of free weights, multiple teams can be simultaneously coached in a comprehensive strength and conditioning development program. Medicine balls, dumbbells, gymnastics rings and various pullup stations are used to enhance the training provided for all 16 of USD’s varsity sports. The USD strength staff advocates the use of ground based, multi-joint, explosive free weight exercises in the training of student-athletes. USD teams are taught the clean and jerk, snatch, squats, deadlift and the various barbell and dumbbell variations. By using the exercises, in combination with intense effort, we believe USD student-athletes will be well prepared to meet every physical challenge put to them in competition.


2006-07 WNIT Team In the 2006-07 season, the University of San Diego witnessed arguably the greatest season in women’s basketball history, as the team recorded the program’s first 20win season, under second-year head coach Cindy Fisher. The team had a 12-game improvement from the previous season and finished with a program-best 21-9 record and a 10-4 mark in the WCC. USD began the season in stylish fashion, ripping off seven consecutive wins to post the best seven-game start in program history. USD continued to roll as they entered WCC action with an 11-3 record. USD then steam rolled through the first six games of conference action, before suffering their first WCC loss to Gonzaga. USD would then earn the No. 2 seed in the WCC Tournament, after placing second in conference, the highest place finish in program history. After suffering a first-round loss in the WCC tournament, USD learned of its inaugural berth into the WNIT. USD hosted the first round game against UC Santa Barbara, but fell to the Gauchos ending the record-setting season.

1999-2000 NCAA Tournament Team In the 1999-2000 season the Toreros experienced one of the programs best seasons in USD history under head coach Cathy Marpe. The Toreros finished the season with a 17-13 overall record, matching a USD record for most wins in a season, and posted a 7-7 record in West Coast Conference play earning them a fourth seed in the WCC Tournament. The Toreros opened the tournament with a hard fought 65-62 win against Loyola Marymount in the first round, then upset No. 3 seed and host Santa Clara 61-56. Next stop for USD was the championship round with top-seeded Pepperdine. With the score knotted at 45-45 and nine minutes remaining, USD put together a 15-2 run to pull ahead. Pepperdine would come back to pull within three, but could come no closer lifting the Toreros into their second NCAA Tournament appearance. The 15th-seeded Toreros would fall in the first round to the No. 2 seed University of Notre Dame by a final of 87-61.

1992-93 NCAA Tournament Team In the 1992-93 women’s basketball season, the Toreros made their inaugural run into the NCAA Tournament. The Toreros posted a 16-12 overall record and an 8-6 record in the West Coast Conference, good for a second place finish. The Toreros opened the season with three straight losses, but bounced back winning nine of their next 11 games including a season long six-game winning streak. USD would open conference play with three straight wins against Saint Mary’s, San Francisco and Portland which caught the attention of the conference. USD would not suffer a losing streak for the remainder of the season to finish in second place behind Santa Clara, to whom the Toreros dropped two games during the regular season. USD would then run the table in the WCC Tournament and pull off a huge upset against heavily favored Santa Clara defeating the Broncos 64-57 to earn their first trip to the “Big Dance”. USD would fall in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to the Cornhuskers of the University of Nebraska 81-58.


Sabine Loewe

Amber Sprague

Amanda Rego

Kiva Herman

TOREROS IN THE PROS

SABINE LOEWE (2003-07)

AMBER SPRAGUE (2004-09)

AMANDA REGO (2004-08)

KIVA HERMAN (2005-09)

Sabine Loewe played at USD from 2003-07, and was a part of the biggest turn around in program history, as she helped lead the 2006-07 team to the program’s lone 21-win season, a 12-game improvement from the previous year. In her senior year, she also helped the Toreros make its inaugural appearance into the WNIT. She finished her career ranked fifth in career shooting percentage at 50.1. She now played professional basketball in Germany.

Amber Sprague was a three-time first-team All-WCC performer and finished her career as USD’s all-time career point leader with 1728 points, and she is also USD’s al-time leader in career rebounds with 868. She heled lead USD into back-to-back post season appearances, making a trip to the WNIT as a sophomore and to the NCAA Tournament as a junior. She now plays basketball fro the Aris Thessaloniki women’s basketball team.

Amanda Rego was a two-time first-team All-WCC selection, and is the lone Toreros in program history to earn the WCC Co-Player of the Year award. A honor she recieved in her junior season after leading the nation in assists with 230. She finished her career as the all-time leader in assists (582) and steals (240). She also set the program record for single game assists with 14 and steals with 10. She now playe professional basketball for the SV Halle Lions.

Kiva Herman left USD in 2009 in stylish fashion, by setting the single-season points record at 588 and the highest ppg total at 18.4. She set the WCC Tournament record with 95 points scored as a senior when USD won three games in three days to reach the WCC Championship game for the second straight year. She earned one first-team All-WCC honor as a senior and was also named to the All-WCC Tournament team that same year. She finished her career with 1,199 points, fifth best all-time. She now plays pro basketball for the Canti Riva Basket.


USD ADMINISTRATION


A Message From President Lyons The University of San Diego is very proud of the student-athletes that represent our institution on 16 men's and women's NCAA Division-I athletic teams. These are proud and serious competitors, honored to represent the University. The dedication you witness on the playing fields, on the court, on the course, or in the water is greatly matched in the classrooms, the laboratories, on stage, or in the community. Last year thirty-nine percent of our student-athletes carried a grade-point average above 3.2, and 11 of our teams had a cumulative grade-point average above 3.0. Athletics is vital to the University of San Diego, a way students, faculty, staff and alumni come together as one community. I am both a university president and a Torero fan; I look forward to sharing the excitement of Torero athletics with our many fans. Dr. Mary E. Lyons President 71

Dr. Julie Sullivan Executive V.P. & Provost

Ms. Carmen M. Vazquez V.P. Student Affairs

Dr. Timothy O’Malley V.P. University Relations

Msgr. Daniel Dillabough V.P. Mission & Ministry

University of San Diego Mission Statement The University of San Diego is a Roman Catholic institution committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community, and preparing leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service. University of San Diego Vision Statement The University of San Diego is becoming a nationally preeminent Catholic university known for educating students who are globally competent, ethical leaders working and serving in our complex and changing world. The University of San Diego is a Roman Catholic institution committed to advancing academic excellence, expanding liberal and professional knowledge, creating a diverse and inclusive community, and preparing leaders dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service.


KY SNYDER

Executive Director of Athletics Ky Snyder was named Executive Director of Athletics at the University of San Diego on December 10th, 2003. Dr. Mary E. Lyons, USD President, introduced Snyder who returned to USD where he was Director of Athletic Development from 1990 to 1996. He came back to USD from the San Diego International Sports Council where he held the position of President. With the San Diego International Sports Council, Snyder’s primary responsibility was to promote San Diego/Tijuana as the preferred region for sporting events and activities that benefit the community both economically and socially. Accomplishments of the Sports Council bid efforts during Snyder’s tenure included securing San Diego the 1997 and 1998 ESPN Summer X Games, the Suzuki Rock & Roll Marathon, the 1999 Major League Soccer All-Star Game, the Bank of America/U.S. Olympic Cup, NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball First & Second Round (2001) contests, the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championships (2001) and Super Bowl XXXVII. In the spring of 2001, Snyder was named the President of the San Diego Super Bowl XXXVII Host Committee. He still serves as President of the San Diego Super Bowl Task Force. Snyder was also the Executive Director of the San Diego International Sports Foundation. Prior to joining the SDISC, Snyder was the Director of Athletic Development at the University of San Diego for six years. At USD he was responsible for establishing the Torero Athletic Association, fund-raising efforts for athletics, managing athletic special events and generating corporate sponsorship of athletics.

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At USD he oversees an athletic department with seventeen NCAA Division I intercollegiate teams and over 400 student-athletes. He is responsible for all administrative, management and supervisory aspects of the Department of Athletics. Additionally, he oversees the strategic long-range planning and monitoring of budgets, personnel, programs, facilities, fundraising, promotions and marketing, and public relations for an NCAA Division I program consisting of eight sports for men and nine sports for women. He serves on the NCAA Division I Football Rules Committee and as the Corporate Co-Chair of the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. This past season saw the USD athletics program win its second consecutive WCC Commissioner’s Cup. The conference trophy goes to the school with the top performing athletics program in the eight-team West Coast Conference. Four Torero teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2008-09, while a record six teams made it in 2007-08. Snyder played football at San Diego State University. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from San Diego State University and has studied in the Master’s Leadership Program at the University of San Diego. Snyder, who has been a San Diego resident for 27 years, has a very The Snyder Family: (l-r) Riley, Cammy, Sue, Sydney, Ky athletic family. His wife, Sue, was a former standout member of the United States women’s national volleyball team who played at San Diego State and also coached the Aztecs and University of San Diego’s women’s volleyball teams. In addition, Snyder’s father, Lester, held the position as President of the United States Tennis Association.

The Toreros have captured back-toback WCC Commissioner’s Cups

The Snyder’s reside in Poway with their son Riley (age 16), daughter Sydney (age 13) and daughter Cammy (age 10).


Mike Matoso, Senior Associate Director of Athletics Mike Matoso, in his tenth year at USD, begins his fourth year in the position of Senior Associate Athletic Director. He will have the responsibility for the day-to-day operation and management of the department including compliance, personnel, programs, facilities and operations. Mike also supervises men’s basketball, women’s basketball, women’s soccer and men’s tennis. He currently serves on two West Coast Conference committees (Championships and Sportsmanship), as well as one national committee (NCAA Cabinet for Student Athlete Welfare, Financial Aid and Extra Benefits). Matoso had held the title of Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration beginning in the Fall of 2003, and was the department’s Compliance Coordinator for five years. Mike started his Torero career as the department’s Academic Support Coordinator. Prior to USD, he spent three years as the Academic Counselor at USC where he worked with the football, baseball, women’s soccer, swimming and volleyball programs. Prior to USC, Mike served as the Academic Advisor for all 18 intercollegiate programs at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for two years. He earned both his B.S. degree in Physical Education (1993) and M.A. in Education, Counseling (1994) from Cal Poly. He was also a starting pitcher for the Mustangs baseball team that participated in the Division II College World Series.

Dan Yourg,

Associate Director of Athletics/Business Affairs

Dan Yourg, Associate Director of Athletics, has been a member of the USD Athletics Department since the fall of 1985. His main duties include overseeing the department ‘s budget and business operations, along with sport supervision of football, women’s swimming and diving, and baseball. Yourg has overall supervision of Sports Camps and Clinics, and the Equipment Staff. In addition, he is the department liaison to USD’s Financial Aid, Budget & Treasury, Bursar, Campus Card, Housing, Dining Services and Bookstore. Additionally, Yourg is the Athletic Department contact for NCAA directed annual audits, coordinates the USD Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) report, the NCAA Student Athlete Opportunity Fund and the NCAA Special Assistance Fund for Student-Athletes. Yourg is a national member of CABMA, the College Athletic Business Management Association. He volunteers in the San Diego community serving on The Board of Directors for Tecolote Youth Baseball. Yourg received his Bachelor’s (Sociology, 1980) and Master’s (Social Work, 1986) degrees from the University of Wisconsin, where he was a nose guard on the Badgers’ football team. He played four years and was a letter winner. Yourg is an inductee of the St. Viator High School (Arlington Heights, Illinois) Athletic Hall of Fame. Dan and his wife Virginia, a USD alumnus, are the parents of three sons, John, Thomas and Michael.

Shaney Fink,

Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Shaney Fink begins her ninth year with USD and her fourth in the role of Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance and Student Services/Senior Woman Administrator. She will also have sports supervision for women’s volleyball and women’s tennis. Prior to her current position, she was Assistant Director of Athletics for Academics and Student Services, and since her arrival at USD has overseen the Academic Support Program. During the 1999 season she assisted the Torero volleyball coaching staff, helping the Toreros to a 23-6 record and second round finish in the NCAA Tournament. Prior to USD she gained coaching experience at the high school, college and international levels for four years. She capped off a stellar collegiate career (1990-93) at Cal Berkeley and won selection to the All-Pac 10 Decade Team. Fink earned her B.A. in Social Science from Berkeley in 1994. In the spring of 2004 she earned her Masters Degree at USD in Counseling. Shaney and her husband, Tom Vorkoper, reside in Encinitas with their three children - Lucas, Mia and Leon.

Brian Fogarty,

Associate Director of Athletics/Development

Brian Fogarty enters his 14th year in USD athletics administration where he is Associate Director of Athletics for Development. He took over this post after spending thirteen years as USD’s head football coach. He directed USD’s football program to eleven seasons of .500 or better records and guided their move from the Division III ranks to the NCAA I-AA level in 1993. In 2003 he was named USD’s “Administrator of the Year.” His primary responsibilities are oversight of the annual and capital fund raising efforts for the Athletics Department. He co-directed the capital campaign for the Jenny Craig Pavilion, which opened its doors in October of 2000. Brian and his wife Denise were married in 2004. Between them they have six grown children, and this coming September will welcome their sixth grand child. Three of their children are alumni of USD.

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Steve Becvar,

Assoc. Dir. of Athletics/Marketing and Sponsorships

Steve Becvar enters his third year with the University of San Diego as the Associate Director of Athletics for Marketing and Sponsorships. Additionally, he will be the sport superviser for cross country and track, men’s soccer, softball and sports performance. Becvar, 47, comes to USD after serving as the Executive Associate Athletic Director and General Manager of Aztec Sports Properties at San Diego State University since 2003. In this role, his responsibilities included overseeing the Aztecs’ marketing and corporate sales efforts, along with media relations, facilities and the operations departments. From April through July of 2005, Becvar served as the interim athletics director at SDSU. Prior to working at SDSU, Becvar was the Director of Sponsorship and Corporate Sales for the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies from 2001-2003, where he navigated the team’s corporate relations efforts by sparking local community involvement and transitioning the team’s relocation from Vancouver. The Maryland native was a key figure in laying the groundwork for the XFL’s Memphis Maniax during the team’s inaugural 2000-01 campaign, as the vice president of sales and marketing. In this role, Becvar oversaw many of the team’s daily operations, including hiring staff, managing the budget, negotiating business contracts and develop-

ing facilities. Prior to his stints with the Memphis Grizzlies and Maniax, he was the Associate Athletics Director for Development and Marketing for the United States Air Force Academy athletics department. A two sport athlete (basketball and baseball) at Ohio University, Becvar graduated with an undergraduate degree in Business Management and Masters Degree in Sports Administration. Steve and his wife Jo have three children, Stephanie (17), David (14) and Terrence (11), and reside in Valley Center.

Carolyn Greer,

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Associate Director of Athletics/Sports Medicine

Carolyn Greer enters her 32nd year as the Head Athletic Trainer for the University of San Diego department of athletics. Four years ago she was promoted to the position of Associate Director of Athletics for Sports Medicine. She is assisted by Paul Signorelli, Joe Parry and Eli Bisnett-Cobb. This past spring she was inducted into the Far West Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame. In 2007 she received the San Diego State University Distinguished Alumnus award for the Department of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences and also the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. Three years ago Carolyn was named the 2005 Thomas F. Burke Employee-of-the-Year for the Student Affairs Division. Over the years she has taught Sports Medicine classes at San Diego State University, as well as presented at professional meetings. She oversees seventeen intercollegiate teams and over 400 USD student-athletes. The Sports Medicine staff provides injury prevention, immediate care, and rehabilitation for USD’s intercollegiate athletes, as well as covering the intercollegiate events. As an Adjunct Professor for San Diego State University, she participates in the clinical education of athletic training students. A 1975 graduate of San Diego State University, Carolyn was certified as an Athletic Trainer and went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Sports Medicine. Carolyn, and her husband Jeff, reside in the Pacific Beach area of San Diego. They have two grown boys - David (recent USD graduate) and Jason (senior at USD).

Andy Fee,

Associate Dir. of Athletics/Facilities & Operations

Ted Gosen,

Associate Director of Athletics/Media Relations

Andy Fee is in his eighth year at USD, and enters his third in the position of Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities and Operations. Fee will oversee all the scheduling, field maintenance and purchasing for the department’s athletic venues. He also is the sport superviser for women’s & men’s rowing, and men’s golf. Fee came to USD from Arizona State University where he was Assistant Director of Facility Operations for Athletics for two seasons. Before that he was Facility Supervisor for the ASU Student Recreation Complex. Besides his work at ASU, he developed Athletics and Management skills with the NFL Cardinals, Fiesta Bowl and PGA Phoenix Open. From Scottsdale, Arizona, he earned his B.A. in Political Science with a minor in History from Arizona State University, and his M.A. in Education from the University of Phoenix. Andy and his wife, Nicole, reside in North Park.

Ted Gosen, Associate Director of Athletics for Media Relations, is in his 29th year. He oversees all public relations activities, publications, athletic website and information services for the athletic department, in addition to hosting the media at USD events. He is assisted by Chris Loucks and Ryan McCann. In 1981 Ted received his Master of Science degree in Sports Administration from St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. A 1979 graduate of San Jose State University, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. In addition to his SID duties, Ted is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA); a member of USD’s Athletic Hall of Fame Committee; and taught a bowling class through the USD recreation department for 26 years. Ted received his 25-year award from CoSIDA in July, 2007 at the CoSIDA Convention held in San Diego. Ted and his wife Terri, a 1983 USD graduate, reside in Poway with their four daughters: Katie (recent graduate of USD), Colleen (junior at USD), Claire and Erin.


Kara Smith Asst. Dir. for Athletic Development Kara Smith is in her second year in the position of Assistant Director of Athletics for Development. She oversees the annual athletic giving campaign and organizes all the athletic fundraising events and booster clubs for the department. Prior to USD, Kara was the Assistant Director of Alumni Relations at DePaul University where she planned reunions, homecoming, awards and local events. Prior to DePaul University, Kara worked for the Chicago Bears Football Club for four seasons and started its Alumni Department where she planned events and appearances for former players as well as planned and managed training camp operations. From Chicago, Illinois, Kara received her BBA and MA in Sports Management from Western Michigan University where she earned a full athletic scholarship for gymnastics. She is a White Sox fan. Her two sisters, Kelly and Kristen, have their master’s degrees from USD.

Angie Garza Mgr. of Athletic Equipment Services Angie Garza started at USD in July 2009. Her responsibilities include the purchasing, maintenance, fitting, organization and distribution of equipment for all seventeen varsity sports at USD. Prior to USD, Angie worked at San Diego State University as an Assistant Manager of equipment services from 2004-2009. She helped supervise a staff of 3 full-time assistants and 12 student managers in the daily operations of an Athletic Equipment Services Department that serviced eighteen varsity sports. Angie has a Bachelor of Science degree from San Diego State University in Child Development with an emphasis in Family Development. She is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Manager’s Associations. Angie and her husband Ricky, reside in San Diego.

Ryan McCann

Chris Loucks

Media Relations Coordinator

Asst. Dir. of Media Relations

Ryan McCann is in his fourth year as the media relations coordinator. His duties include radio and TV liaison, producing media guides, press releases, brochures and game programs for numerous Torero sports. McCann also updates and maintains the athletic website for the sports that he is responsible

Chris Loucks is in his fifth year as Asst. Dir. of Media Relations. His duties include coordinating radio and TV, producing media guides, press releases, brochures and game programs for numerous Torero sports. Loucks also updates and maintains the athletic website for the sports that he covers. Prior to USD, Loucks was a graduate assistant at Gonzaga University where he served as the primary media contact for women’s soccer, baseball, and men’s and women’s tennis. He also served as a Media Relations Assistant at UC Riverside from 2002-2004 serving as the Highlanders’ primary media contact for men’s soccer and softball. Loucks also worked in the Sports Information offices at Cal State Fullerton and Saddleback College. In 2002, Loucks received his B.A. in Communications with an emphasis in public relations from Cal State Fullerton. He is currently working on his master’s in sport and athletic administration from Gonzaga.

Sarabeth Pollock Coor. of Athletic Academic Support

Sarabeth Pollock begins her fifth year as the Coordinator of Athletic Academic Support for USD. She has worked as a tutor in the Athletic Department since the fall of 2001. She serves as the academic advisor for all sports except Football and Rowing. Her responsibilities include the supervision of the Study Hall and the administration of the tutoring and mentoring programs. Currently, the Academic Support Program employs over 25 tutors who represent a variety of majors across campus, as well as over 12 mentors who are graduate students pursuing their masters degrees in USD’s Counseling Program. Sarabeth graduated from USD in 2002 in the Honors Program, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and History. She speaks Spanish and French fluently. A 5th generation San Diegan, she resides in Point Loma with her family. In her spare time, Sarabeth enjoys working on her novel that she hopes to have published eventually.

for. Prior to USD, McCann spent one year in South Korea teaching English to elementary and middle school students and was a SID student assistant at Linfield College. In 2004, McCann received his B.A. in Mass Communications from Linfield College.

Matthew Parr Athletic Facilities & Operations

Matthew Parr enters his third year with the USD athletics department as the Assistant Director for Facilities and Operations. He assists Andy Fee in overseeing all the scheduling, field maintenance and purchasing for the department's athletic venues. Prior to USD, Parr was a work study student under Andy Fee and John Martin for four years and was also a member of the USD cross country team and served on the USD Student-Athlete Advisory Council. Matthew is a 2007 graduate of USD where he earned his B.A. in History and Political Science. Parr resides in El Cajon, Calif.

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Josh Lawrence

Dir. of Jenny Craig Pavilion Josh Lawrence begins his seventh year as the Director of the Jenny Craig Pavilion. He came to USD after 7 years at UC San Diego, where his responsibilities included managing the RIMAC Arena. Here at USD, Josh’s responsibilities include scheduling, staffing and all management aspects of the Jenny Craig Pavilion. In this capacity he will manage the daily operations of the facility, including event management and marketing of the Pavilion. Josh received his B.S. from UC San Diego in 1993 with a double major in Political Science and U.S. History. Josh and his wife, Lisa, reside in San Diego, and welcomed their first child, Anne Elizabeth, on January 2, 2008.

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Branda Cook

Asst. Dir. of Jenny Craig Pavilion Branda Cook joined the University of San Diego as the Assistant Director of the Jenny Craig Pavilion in May 2006. She works in coordination with the Director of the Pavilion to ensure smooth facility operation with a focus on student employee management and liaison to other USD departments and vendors. Branda began her employment at the University of San Diego in 2002 as the Assistant Director of Operations for the Ernest Hahn University Center. She was responsible for the day-to-day operation of the facility ensuring a clean, fun and safe environment while motivating, mentoring and managing student staff that worked in the Center. Prior to USD, she taught Life Science and Physical Science at the Community Learning Center for Mira Costa Community College for six years. Additionally, Branda served as the General Manager of two retail stores for four years. A USD 1997 aluma with a B.A. Marine Science, emphasis in Biology. Branda is currently working toward her Masters of Marine Science at USD.

Whitney Strain

Game Operations Manager Whitney Strain is in her second year with USD, and first in the position of athletic operations manager. Whitney worked as the administrative assistant in the athletics administrative office for the past year. In addition to her regular duties of helping to run the main office, Whitney took on additional challenges working in compliance and eligibility certification, as well as in operations – serving as operations assistant during the 2009 WCC Basketball Tournament in Las Vegas. Before coming to USD, Whitney was the championships and marketing assistant at the West Coast Conference office and did events management for Stanford University. Whitney graduated from the University of Iowa with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications and a B.B.A. in Marketing. While at Iowa she competed on the women’s soccer team. In her new position, Whitney will assume responsibility for all game-day operations, including supervision of security, parking, visiting team practices and locker rooms, game-day staffing, scheduling of officials, scheduling athletic facilities, and assisting with ticketing and event information.

Ron Valenzuela Coor. of Student Athlete Services

Ron Valenzuela begins his seventh year with the University of San Diego and his second in the position of Coordinator of Student Athlete Services in the Department of Athletics Ron will administer the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, as well as programs in career development, community service, personal development and academic recognition. Ron is also the academic counselor to football, baseball, and women’s tennis. Prior to his current position, he served as the Career Services Coordinator and Career Counselor in USD’s Career Services office. Ron earned his Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from SDSU in 2001 and his Master of Arts in Counseling from USD in 2008. Ron resides in Point Loma.

Brent LeVasseur Academic Counselor/ Compliance Coor.

Brent LeVasseur is beginning his second year in the Torero athletic department as the Academic Counselor and Compliance Coordinator. He comes to USD from UC Riverside where he was the athletics ticket manager. Prior to that, Brent was a compliance assistant at USD where his responsibilities included researching bylaws and interpretations, determining initial eligibility, updating Web status reports, and reviewing recruiting logs. Brent also has experience as a volunteer child development specialist/tutor at the Boys & Girls Club in Michigan and as an elementary school mentor/coach and tutor. Brent earned his MBA in Sports Business Management at SDSU, where he was honored as the valedictorian. He earned his BA at Kalamazoo College in Michigan, where he majored in mathematics and minored in business. He also played football and baseball, becoming baseball team captain and MVP his senior year.

Stephane Rochet

Dir. of Athletic Performance Training Stephane Rochet is in his second year as Director of Athletic Performance Training at USD. Prior to coming to USD, Rochet worked as an assistant strength coach at UCLA and at Indiana University and was a police officer in Newport Beach. Rochet received his Master’s in Sports Administration from the University of Ohio. In addition, he holds the USAW Level I certification, Russian Kettlebell Certification and is a certified CrossFit Instructor.


Charlene Ables Executive Assistant

Donna Holston Executive Assistant

Joe Parry Assoc. Athletic Trainer

Eli Bisnett-Cobb Asst. Athletic Trainer

Cyndi Casillas Executive Assistant

John Cunningham Transportation Dir.

Linda Coppa Adm. Assistant

Sierra Foster Asst. Dir. Ticket Services

Janet Engleman Adm. Assistant

Ron Caragher Football

Katie Solie Adm. Assistant

Rich Hill Baseball

Dr. Paul C. Murphy Team Physician

Bill Grier Men’s Basketball

Paul Signorelli Assoc. Athletic Trainer

Jennifer Petrie Volleyball

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Will Guarino Cross Country/Track

Brooks Dagman Men’s Rowing

Tim Mickelson Men's Golf

Seamus McFadden Men’s Soccer

Ada Greenwood Women’s Soccer

Brett Masi Men’s Tennis

Sherri Stephens Women’s Tennis

Melissa McElvain Softball

Kim Cupini Women’s Rowing

Matt Lawson Marketing Assistant

Allison Wolters Marketing Assistant

Sarah Luster Media Relations Intern

Cymantha Ayala Media Relations Intern

Chris Kutz Media Relations Intern

Mike Keeler W. Swimming & Diving


USDRELATIONS Media Relations MEDIA STAFF Ted Gosen

MEDIA INFORMATION

Associate AD for Media Relations 29th Year M.S. Sports Administration St. Thomas University (1981) B.S. Business Administration San Jose State (1979) Email: tgosen@sandiego.edu

Chris Loucks

Assistant Director of Media Relations 5th Year Cal State Fullerton (2002) B.A. Communications Email: cloucks@sandiego.edu

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Ryan McCann

Media Relations Coordinator 5th Year Linfield College (2004) B.A. Mass Communications Email: rmccann@sandiego.edu

All requests for credentials should be made at least one day in advance. Passes will be left at Will Call. Cumulative statistics and game programs will be furnished before the game. After the game, coaches and selected players will be available after a ten-minute cooling down period in the Scripps Media Room. Approximately 10 minutes after the game, a final box with stats and play-by-play will also be available. Seating for media will be at floor level along courtside. To insure a seat, please notify the Media Relations Office at least one day in advance. There are no player interviews on game days until the completion of the contest. Media interested in interviewing either the coaches or players, or in attending practices, contact USD Assistnat Director of Media Relations Chris Loucks at (619) 260-7930.

LIVE AUDIO broadcasts on usdtoreros.com

l-r: Paula Bott and Susie (Erpelding) Barosso

Thanks to the efforts of the USD Athletic Department and the Torero basketball family, all San Diego home basketball games can be heard live over the Internet on usdtoreros. com. Two former USD basketball standouts Paula Bott (play-by-play) and Susie (Erpelding) Barosso(color) will bring you all the action. The pair not only set USD records on the court but both earned the West Coast Conference Female Scholar Athlete of the Year award, the only two student-athletes in USD women’s basketball history to receive such honors.

PrimaryMEDIA Media OUTLETS Outlets PRIMARY KNSD (NBC), Channel 7/39 Jim Laslavic, Sports Director Derek Togerson, Sports Dave Smith (Photo) 225 Broadway San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 578-0226/0227 Fax: 578-0202

SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE Doug Williams, Sports Editor Nick Canepa & Tim Sullivan, Columnists Nicole Vargas, Hank Wesch PO Box 120191 San Diego, CA 92112 (619) 293-1343 Fax: 260-5078

KFMB (CBS), Channel 8 Kyle Kraska, Sports Director John Howard, Sports PO Box 85888 San Diego, CA 92186 (858) 495-7587 Fax:560-0627

NORTH COUNTY TIMES Loren Nelson, Sports Editor 207 East Pennsylvania Ave. Escondido, CA 92025 (800) 200-1601 Fax: (760) 740-5045

KGTV (ABC), Channel 10 Ben Higgins, Sports Director Steve Smith, Sports PO Box 85347 San Diego, CA 92186 (619) 237-6324/6372 Fax: 527-0369

LOS ANGELES TIMES Bill Dwyre, Sports Editor T.J. Simers, Columnist Times Mirror Square Los Angeles, CA 90053 (800) 528-4637 Fax: (213) 237-7876

KUSI (IND), Channel 51/9 Paul Rudy, Sports Director Rick Willis, Sports PO Box 719051 San Diego, CA 92171-9051 (858) 505-5047/5033 Fax: 576-9317

ASSOCIATED PRESS Bernie Wilson, Sports Editor PO Box 191 San Diego, CA 92112 (619) 231-9365 Fax: 291-2098 LA: (213) 626-1200 LA Fax: (213) 346-0200

Channel 4 San Diego Dennis Morgigno, Program Director Jason Bott, Sports Producer John Weisbarth & Steve Quis, Jenny Cavnar Sports 1370 India Street, 2nd Floor San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 266-5236 Fax: 595-0168 Fox 5 News San Diego Troy Hirsch, Sports Anchor 7191 Engineer Road San Diego, CA 92111 (858) 573-6507 Fax: 573-6600

XX Sports Radio (1090 AM) 6160 Cornerstone Court East Mira Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92121 (858) 453-9153 Fax: 453-9157 KFMB Radio (760 AM) 7677 Engineer Road San Diego, CA 92111 (858) 292-7600 Fax: 279-7676 KOGO (600 AM) Cliff Albert, Program Director Jim Charvat & Rick Hill, Sports 9660 Granite Ridge Drive San Diego, CA 92123-2657 (858) 560-6671 Fax: 715-3363/3364


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UC SAN DIEGO

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ARIZONA

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Nov. 17 @ Viejas Arena

Nov. 20 @ McGath Arena

Nov. 24 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Nov. 27 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Location ..........................................La Jolla, CA Nickname................................................Tritons Conference .............................................. CCAA Home Court............................... RIMAC Arena Athletics Director.................Earl W. Edwards Head Coach................................ Charity Elliot Career Record (Yrs)...................... 107-106(7) School Record (Yrs).......................... 52-15 (2) Staff.............................................Hanna Seltzer, ...................................................Alexis Mezzetta 2008-09 Record..........................................27-5 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish................ 19-1/1st Letterwinners R/L......................................10/4 Starters R/L.................................................... 3/2 SID.........................................................Ryan Hall Phone.........................................(858)534-8437 Fax...............................................(858)534-8475 Email.......................................r2hall@ucsd.edu Website............................... UCSDtritons.com Press Row................................(858) 534-4211 Series Record....................................9-0 (USD)

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Location ................................... San Diego, CA Nickname................................................Aztecs Conference ...........................Mountian West Home Court................................ Viejas Arena Athletics Director..................Jeff Schemmel Head Coach................................... Beth Burns Career Record (Yrs)..................289-209 (17) School Record (Yrs)..................208-144 (12) Staff..........................................Jualeah Woods ........................... Shanele Stires, Fred Chmiel Office Phone.......................... (619) 594-4095 2008-09 Record......................................... 24-8 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish............. 13-3 (1st) Letterwinners R/L.....................................10/4 Starters R/L................................................... 4/1 SID.................................................Peggy Curtin Phone....................................... (619) 594-5547 Fax............................................. (619) 582-6541 Email........................mcurtin@mail.sdsu.edu Website..........................www.goaztecs.com Press Row............................... (619) 265-5853 Series Record.............................. 20-8 (SDSU)

Location ......................................Nashville, TN Nickname...................................... Lady Tigers Conference ...................................Ohio Valley Home Court.............................Gentry Center Athletics Director............... Teresa L . Philips Head Coach.................................Tracee Wells Career Record (Yrs)......................... 49-94 (5) School Record (Yrs)................................Same Staff.............................................David Midlick .....................Rasheeda Love, Jamie Shadian Office Phone............................ 615-963-5851 2008-09 Record.......................................18-13 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............13-5 (3rd) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 5/4 Starters R/L................................................... 1/4 SID........................................ Zekeya Anderson Phone......................................... 615-963-1867 Fax............................................... 615-963-7692 Email..................zanderson01@tnstate .edu Website........................www .tsutigers .com Press Row................................. 615-963-7616 Series Record............................First Meeting

Location ................................. Northridge, CA Nickname.......................................... Matadors Conference ........................................Big West Home Court.................... Matadome (1,600) Athletics Director.....................Rick Mazzuto Head Coach................................Staci Schultz Career Record (Yrs)......................... 32-85 (4) School Record (Yrs)................................Same Staff.............................................. Carla Houser, ...................................Cory O’Dell, Pat Charity Office Phone.......................... (818) 677-2075 2008-09 Record......................................... 8-23 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............4-12 (8th) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 8/4 Starters R/L................................................... 2/3 SID.............................................. Geoff Herberg Phone....................................... (818) 677-3243 Fax............................................. (818) 677-2661 Email................geoffrey.herberg@csun.edu Website................... www.gomatadors.com Press Row............................... (818) 677-4702 Series Record.................................11-4 (USD)

Location ..........................................Tucson, AZ Nickname............................................Wildcats Conference ............................................Pac-10 Home Court........McKale Memorial Center Athletics Director..................Jim Livengood Head Coach.....................................Niya Butts Career Record (Yrs)......................... 12-19 (1) School Record (Yrs)................................Same Staff.................................................Sue Darling ............... Brandy Manning, Chance Lindley Office Phone.......................... (520) 621-4014 2008-09 Record.......................................12-19 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish............ 4-14/T8th Letterwinners R/L....................................... 4/7 Starters R/L................................................... 2/3 SID........................................ Eric Montgomery Phone....................................... (520) 621-4283 Fax............................................. (520) 621-2681 Email.........eric.montgomery@arizona.edu Website.............www.arizonawildcats.com Press Row............................... (520) 621-5291 Series Record....................................8-2 (ARZ)

UC SANTA BARBARA

UNLV

CAL POLY

CAL STATE FULLERTON

NORTHERN ARIZONA

Nov. 29 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Dec 3 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Dec. 5 @ Mott Gym

Dec. 7 @ Titan Gym

Dec. 10 @ Walkup Skydome

Location ............................Santa Barbara, CA Nickname............................................Gauchos Conference ........................................Big West Home Court............. Thunderdome (6,000) Athletics Director.....................Mark Massari Head Coach........................ Lindsay Gottlieb Career Record (Yrs)................................22-10 School Record (Yrs)................................Same Staff.................. Kelly Barsky, Jaida Williams, .............................................................Selena Ho Office Phone.......................... (805) 893-5724 2007-08 Record.......................................22-10 2007-08 Conf. Rec./Finish.............. 15-1(1st) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 8/7 Starters R/L................................................... 1/4 SID......................................................Matt Hurst Phone....................................... (805) 893-8603 Fax...............................................(805) 8934537 Email.......... matt.hurst@athletics.ucsb.edu Website................. www.ucsbgauchos.com Press Row............................... (805) 893-8603 Series Record.............................. 12-4 (UCSB)

Location .................................... Las Vegas, NV Nickname..................................... Lady Rebels Conference ...........................Mountain West Home Court.................................Cox Pavilion Athletics Director................... Jerry Koloskie Head Coach................................Kathy Olivier Career Record (Yrs)..................246-226 (16) School Record (Yrs)......................... 14/18 (1) Staff............................................. Caitlin Collier, ............................... Kari Duperron, Nikki Blue Office Phone.......................... (702) 895-3151 2008-09 Record.......................................14-18 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............5-11 (7th) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 7/5 Starters R/L................................................... 2/3 SID.....................................................Mark Wasik Phone....................................... (702) 895-3208 Fax............................................. (702) 895-0989 Email............................mark.wasik@unlv.edu Website.......................www.unlvrebels.com Press Row............................... (702) 895-3005 Series Record.................................8-0 (UNLV)

Location ........................San Luis Obispo, CA Nickname......................................... Mustangs Conference ........................................Big West Home Court...................... Mott Gym (3,032) Athletics Director....................... Alison Cone Head Coach........................Faith Mimnaugh Career Record (Yrs)..................128-247 (14) School Record (Yrs)..................121-185 (11) Staff........................................ Kerri Nakamoto, ............................Julie Shaw, Kristin Iwanaga Office Phone.......................... (805) 756-2924 2008-09 Record.......................................21-11 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............11-5 (3rd) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 9/5 Starters R/L................................................... 3/2 SID........................................ Chris Giovannetti Phone....................................... (805) 756-7513 Fax............................................. (805) 756-2650 Email..........................cgiovann@calpoly.edu Website..............................www.gopoly.com Press Row............................... (805) 756-6751 Series Record................................... 7-6 (USD)

Location ..................................... Fullerton, CA Nickname.................................................Titans Conference ........................................Big West Home Court.................................... Titan Gym Athletics Director.......Dr. Milton A. Gordon Head Coach.............................. Marcia Foster Career Record (Yrs)............................3-22 (1) School Record (Yrs)................... First Season Staff...............................................Allyson Kelly ................................. Sara Perry, Crystal Harris Office Phone.......................... (657) 278-3604 2008-09 Record.......................................10-20 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............5-11 (6th) Letterwinners R/L........................................8-3 Starters R/L....................................................3-2 SID.............................................. Jason Spencer Phone....................................... (657) 278-7547 Fax............................................. (657) 278-3141 Email........................ jspencer@fullerton.edu Website............... www.fullertontitans.com Press Row............................... (657) 278-5700 Series Record.................................10-7 (USD)

Location .......................................Flagstaff, AZ Nickname....................................Lumberjacks Conference ...........................................Big Sky Home Court...................... Walkup Skydome Athletics Director............................. Jim Fallis Head Coach.................................. Laurie Kelly Career Record (Yrs)..................196-129 (12) School Record (Yrs)......................... 92-90 (7) Staff..................................... Monique LeBlanc ...................... Chad Eickhoff, Brezya Rhodes Office Phone.......................... (928) 523-9983 2008-09 Record......................................... 9-21 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............6-10 (6th) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 8/3 Starters R/L................................................... 2/3 SID................................................................... TBA Phone....................................... (928) 523-6330 Fax................................................................... N/A Email............................................................... TBA Website................... www.nauathletics.com Press Row............................... (928) 523-1912 Series Record................................... 5-1 (USD)


LONG BEACH STATE

NEVADA

CALIFORNIA

SANTA CLARA

SAN FRANCISCO

Dec. 13 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Dec. 28 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Dec. 30 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Jan. 8 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion Feb. 6 @ Leavy Center

Jan.8 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion Feb. 4 @ War Memorial Gym

Location ................................ Long Beach, CA Nickname.................................................. 49ers Conference ........................................Big West Home Court.......................... Walter Pyramid Athletics Director...........................Vic Cegles Head Coach................................... Jody Wynn Career Record (Yrs)................... First Season School Record (Yrs)................................Same Staff..............................................Jeff Cammon ........................ Laura Freimuth, Derek Wynn Office Phone.......................... (562) 985-2210 2008-09 Record......................................... 8-21 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish........ 4-12 (T-7th) Letterwinners R/L.....................................11/3 Starters R/L................................................... 4/1 SID................................................. Andrea Ohta Phone....................................... (562) 985-8569 Fax............................................. (562) 985-1549 Email.....................................aohta@csulb.edu Website.............www.longbeachstate.com Press Row............................... (562) 985-4667 Series Record................................. 7-3 (LBSU)

Location ............................................. Reno, NV Nickname..........................................Wolf Pack Conference ........................Western Athletic Home Court...............Lawlor Events Center Athletics Director......................... Cary Groth Head Coach.............................. Jane Albright Career Record (Yrs)..................415-325 (25) School Record (Yrs)......................... 18-14 (1) Staff................................................Ron Stewart .....................Camille Williams, Kami Malnaa Office Phone.......................... (775) 682-6923 2008-09 Record.......................................18-14 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............10-6 (3rd) Letterwinners R/L.....................................10/5 Starters R/L................................................... 2/3 SID...............................................Kristen Saibini Phone....................................... (775) 682-6985 Fax............................................. (775) 784-4386 Email.....................................ksaibini@unr.edu Website...........www.nevadawolfpack.com Press Row............................... (775) 784-4404 Series Record................................... 5-3 (USD)

Location .......................................Berkeley, CA Nickname.................................. Golden Bears Conference ............................................Pac-10 Home Court....... Walter A. Haas Jr. Pavilion Athletics Director................. Sandy Barbour Head Coach.............................. Joanne Boyle Career Record (Yrs).......................162-64 (7) School Record (Yrs)............................. 95-35 ( Staff..........................................Charmin Smith ..................Jennifer Hoover, Kevin Morrison Office Phone.......................... (510) 642-9448 2008-09 Record......................................... 27-7 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.....................15-3 ( Letterwinners R/L.............................................. Starters R/L.......................................................... SID..............................................Melissa Dudek Phone....................................... (510) 642-3611 Fax............................................. (510) 643-7778 Email.........................mdudek@berkeley.edu Website........................... www.calbears.com Press Row............................................................. Series Record....................................1-0 (CAL)

Location ................................. Santa Clara, CA Nickname.............................................Broncos Conference ...................................West Coast Home Court.............................Leavey Center Athletics Director...................... Dan Coonan Head Coach.................... Jennifer Mountain Career Record (Yrs)............................4-27 (1) School Record (Yrs)................................Same Staff.............................................Tamara Inoue .............................Evan Unrau, Marissa White Office Phone.......................... (408) 554-4567 2008-09 Record......................................... 4-27 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............1-13 (8th) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 8/4 Starters R/L................................................... 3/2 SID............................................. Nick Mirkovich Phone....................................... (408) 554-4659 Fax............................................. (408) 554-6942 Email............................. nmirkovich@scu.edu Website....... www.santaclarabroncos.com Press Row............................... (408) 554-4655 Series Record...............................30-24 (SCU)

Location .............................San Francisco, CA Nickname...................................................Dons Conference ...................................West Coast Home Court...................War Memorial Gym Athletics Director...........Debra Gore-Mann Head Coach................................Tanya Haave Career Record (Yrs)......................... 31-59 (4) School Record (Yrs)................................Same Staff.............................................Abby Conklin .........................Molly Marrin, Marta Menuez Office Phone.......................... (415) 422-2931 2008-09 Record......................................... 7-22 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish.............3-11 (7th) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 6/5 Starters R/L................................................... 4/1 SID...........................................Rachel Engrissei Phone....................................... (415) 422-6815 Fax............................................. (415) 422-2929 Email...........................raengrissei@usfca.edu Website............................www.usfdons.com Press Row............................... (415) 422-2919 Series Record.............................. 26-24 (USD)

PORTLAND

GONZAGA

SAINT MARY’S

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT

PEPPERDINE

Jan. 14 @ Chiles Center Feb. 11 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Jan. 19 @ McCarthey Athletic Center Feb. 13 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion

Jan. 23 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion Feb. 20 @ McKeon Pavilion

Jan. 28 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion Feb. 25 @ Gersten Pavilion

Jan. 30 @ Jenny Craig Pavilion Feb. 27 @ Firestone Fieldhouse

Location ...................................... Portland, OR Nickname.................................................. Pilots Conference ...................................West Coast Home Court...............................Chiles Center Athletics Director................... Larry Williams Head Coach....................................Jim Sollars Career Record (Yrs)..................494-429 (33) School Record (Yrs)..................317-347 (23) Staff....................................................Sean Kelly ................Shayla Johnson, Catherria Turner Office Phone.......................... (503) 943-7117 2008-09 Record.......................................17-14 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish............10-4 (2nd) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 7/6 Starters R/L................................................... 3/2 SID............................................ Adam Linnman Phone....................................... (503) 943-7425 Fax............................................. (503) 943-7242 Email.....................................linnman@up.edu Website............... www.portlandpilots.com Press Row............................... (503) 943-7527 Series Record.............................. 29-25 (POR)

Location ..................................... Spokane, WA Nickname............................................Bulldogs Conference ...................................West Coast Home Court.... McCarthey Athletic Center Athletics Director...........................Mike Roth Head Coach.................................Kelly Graves Career Record (Yrs)..................238-135 (12) School Record (Yrs).................... 172-109 (8) Staff................................... Jodie Kaczor Berry ............. Lisa Mispley Fortier, Michelle Elliot Office Phone..............................................(509) 2008-09 Record......................................... 27-7 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish............. 12-2 (1st) Letterwinners R/L.....................................12/2 Starters R/L................................................... 4/1 SID.........................................................Liz Smith Phone....................................... (509) 313-4288 Fax............................................. (509) 313-5730 Email............smith@athletics.gonzaga.edu Website..............................www.gozags.com Press Row............................... (509) 323-4224 Series Record.................................27-20 (GU)

Location ........................................ Moraga, CA Nickname.................................................. Gaels Conference ...................................West Coast Home Court........................McKeon Pavilion Athletics Director............................. Mark Orr Head Coach................................Paul Thomas Career Record (Yrs)..................276-208 (17) School Record (Yrs)......................... 40-50 (3) Staff.............................................Tasha Burnett ....................... Tracy Johnston, Jessica Clark Office Phone.......................... (925) 631-4712 2008-09 Record.......................................11-19 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish............ 7-7 (T4th) Letterwinners R/L.....................................11/2 Starters R/L................................................... 4/1 SID......................................... Staci Hamaguchi Phone....................................... (925) 631-8722 Fax.................................................................(925) Email................ shamaguc@stmarys-ca.edu Website......................... www.smcgaels.com Press Row............................... (925) 376-3906 Series Record..............................32-21 (SMC)

Location ................................Los Angeles, CA Nickname.................................................. Lions Conference ...................................West Coast Home Court.........................Gersten Pavilion Athletics Director.............Dr. William Husak Head Coach.................................Julie Wilhoit Career Record (Yrs)..................322-275 (21) School Record (Yrs)..................201-205 (14) Staff...........................................Lynn Flanagan ......................Brian Rosario, Michelle Zylstra Office Phone..............................................(310) 2008-09 Record.......................................18-12 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish............ 7-7 (T4th) Letterwinners R/L.....................................11/3 Starters R/L................................................... 4/1 SID................................................ Mark Dodson Phone....................................... (310) 338-5798 Fax............................................. (310) 338-2703 Email........................ mark.dodson@lmu.edu Website.......................... www.lmulions.com Press Row............................... (310) 670-8792 Series Record.............................. 30-26 (USD)

Location ..........................................Malibu, CA Nickname................................................ Waves Conference ...................................West Coast Home Court................Firestone Fieldhouse Athletics Director..................... John Watson Head Coach............................Julie Rousseau Career Record (Yrs)......................... 66-82 (5) School Record (Yrs)................................Same Staff....................... Maylana Martin Douglas .......................Darryl Brown, Maurice Hillard Office Phone.......................... (310) 506-4768 2008-09 Record.......................................16-13 2008-09 Conf. Rec./Finish............... 9-5 (3rd) Letterwinners R/L....................................... 7/5 Starters R/L................................................... 4/2 SID.............................................. Karen Costello Phone....................................... (310) 506-4160 Fax............................................. (310) 506-4322 Email....... karen.costello@pepperdine.edu Website........www.pepperdinesports.com Press Row............................... (310) 456-5050 Series Record............................... 35-22 (PEP)

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SERIES RECORDS USD SERIES RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS

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Opponent Air Force Alabama-Birmingham Alaska Anchorage Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Biola Boise State Boston College Bucknell Butler BYU - Hawaii Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly SLO Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Fullerton Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Northridge Centenary Chapman Clemson Colorado Colorado State Columbia Concordia (MN) Dayton Denver DePaul Drake Duke Eastern Washington Fairfield Fordham Fresno Pacific Fresno State Georgetown

W 2 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 2 7 1 10 4 11 1 3 1 0 2 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 3 1 2 1 1 1

L 0 1 1 0 8 6 6 3 1 0 1 0 9 7 1 7 3 4 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 6 4 0

Stk W2 L1 L1 W1 L4 L3 W1 L2 L1 W1 L1 W1 W1 L1 L1 W4 W1 W3 W1 W1 L1 L4 W2 W1 W1 L1 W1 L1 L1 L2 W3 W1 W1 L2 W1 W1

Opponent Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Gonzaga Hamline (MN) Hawai’i Hofstra Holy Cross Idaho Idaho State Illinois Illinois - Chicago Iona Iowa State Kansas Kent State Lehigh Long Beach State Long Island Louisiana Tech Loyola Marymount Maine Marquette Mankato State Minnesota Monmouth Montana State Murray State Nebraska Nevada New Mexico New Mexico State Northern Arizona Northern Illinois Northwestern Notre Dame Oakland

W 0 1 20 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 30 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 2 0 5 0 0 0 0

L 1 1 27 0 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 1 0 7 0 3 26 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 2

Stk L1 W1 L3 W1 L4 L1 W1 W1 W1 L1 W1 L1 L2 L2 L1 W1 L3 W1 L3 L2 W1 L1 L1 L1 W1 W1 L1 L2 W1 L1 L3 W2 L1 L1 L1 L2

Opponent W Oklahoma 0 Oral Roberts 1 Oregon 0 Oregon State 2 Pacific 7 Pacific Christian 1 Pennsylvania 1 Pepperdine 22 Pittsburgh 1 Point Loma Nazarene 3 Portland 25 Portland State 3 Providence 0 Puget Sound 0 Quinnipiac 1 Rice 1 Sacramento State 5 San Diego State 8 San Francisco 26 San Francisco State 2 San Jose State 4 Santa Clara 24 Seattle Pacific 1 Seton Hall 1 Southern Methodist 0 Southern Nazarene 1 Southern Utah 2 Southwest Texas St. 0 St. Ambrose 1 St. Cloud State 0 Saint Mary’s (Ca) 21 Stanford 0 Tennessee-Chattanooga 0 Tennessee State - Texas 0 Texas El Paso 2

L 4 0 1 3 2 0 1 35 0 0 29 1 1 1 0 0 1 20 24 0 2 30 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 32 3 1 - 2 1

Stk L4 W1 L1 W1 W5 W1 W1 W1 W1 W3 W2 W3 L1 L1 W1 W1 W3 W1 W4 W2 W4 W4 W1 W1 L1 W1 W2 L1 W1 L1 W1 L3 L1 L2 W1

Opponent W L Stk Texas San Antonio 1 0 W1 Texas Tech 0 3 L3 Toledo 1 1 W1 Tulsa 0 2 L2 UC Berkeley 0 1 L1 UC Irvine 14 12 L1 UCLA 3 8 L1 UC San Diego 9 0 W9 UC Santa Barbara 7 13 L5 UC Riverside 3 1 W1 UNC Greensboro 1 0 W1 UNLV 0 8 L8 USC 0 3 L3 U.S.I.U. 8 10 L2 Utah 0 2 L2 Utah State 2 1 W2 Utah Valley 1 0 W1 Vermont 0 2 L2 Washington 0 1 L1 Washington State 0 2 L2 Weber State 2 1 W2 Western Illinois 0 1 L1 Wisconsin 0 1 L1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1 0 W1 Wyoming 4 1 W4 Yale 1 0 W1 2009-10 Opponents in Bold


2008-09 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL OVERALL STATISTICS Overall Record: 19-13

WCC: 7-7

Home: 9-6

Away: 6-6

2008-2009 SCHEDULE/RESULTS 19-13, 7-7 WCC

Neutral: 4-1

Player GP-GS FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGM PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR DR REB AVG. Herman, Kiva 32-31 240-469 .512 1-4 .250 107-130 .823 49 79 128 4.0 Sprague, Amber 32-31 178-410 .434 21-64 .328 108-129 .837 65 180 245 7.7 Conners, Dominique 32-28 115-287 .401 7-25 .280 90-135 .667 52 84 136 4.3 Child, Sam 32-31 101-291 .347 27-85 .318 28-39 .718 27 120 147 4.6 Henderson, Morgan 29-22 67-157 .427 40-89 .449 43-49 .878 43 81 124 4.3 Winther, Kelly 16-0 14-43 .326 2-12 .167 9-12 .750 7 21 28 1.8 Hatch, Emily 32-8 24-62 .387 0-5 .000 20-29 .690 39 58 97 3.0 Woodrow, Morgan 32-3 23-67 .343 5-20 .250 14-17 .824 7 27 34 1.1 Mason, Nya 31-0 25-52 .481 0-0 .000 8-10 .800 14 23 37 1.2 VanderHorst, Sara 24-1 16-43 .372 3-17 .176 5-19 .263 5 13 18 0.8 Mangrum, Kaila 32-0 15-28 .536 0-0 .000 13-27 .481 33 49 82 2.6 Carlson, Erica 18-0 3-11 .273 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 11 14 25 1.4 Team SAN DIEGO 32 821-1920 .428 106-321 .330 446-599 .745 418 829 1247 39.0 OPPONENTS 32 769-1914 .402 141-417 .338 431-645 .668 439 767 1206 37.7

PF 45 80 104 59 81 19 58 26 32 11 37 7

FO 0 2 5 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 0

A 28 59 95 70 40 15 15 22 2 15 7 6

TO 74 99 96 68 34 31 25 29 26 23 24 4

BLK 18 82 10 15 13 1 5 0 13 0 0 3

STL 22 42 57 46 29 8 19 12 8 9 7 0

PTS 588 485 327 257 217 39 68 65 58 40 43 7

AVG 18.4 15.2 10.2 8.0 7.5 2.4 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.7 1.3 0.4

559 15 374 552 160 259 2194 68.6 556 - 356 557 69 244 2110 65.9

2008-09 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CONFERENCE STATISTICS Player GP-GS FG-FGA PCT. 3FG-FGM PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. OR DR REB Herman,Kiva 14-14 96-210 .457 1-2 .500 45-54 .833 14 28 42 Sprague, Amber 14-14 78-182 .429 10-31 .323 51-57 .895 23 72 95 Conners, Dominique 14-14 56-130 .431 5-11 .455 48-73 .658 25 44 69 Child, Sam 14-14 52-130 .400 8-31 .258 7-9 .778 10 56 66 Henderson, Morgan 14-8 24-63 .381 16-38 .421 9-10 .900 21 26 47 Winther, Kelly 13-0 13-41 .317 2-11 .182 9-12 .750 7 21 28 Hatch, Emily 14-6 13-31 .419 0-1 .000 9-15 .600 21 31 52 Woodrow, Morgan 14-0 7-21 .333 0-1 .000 4-5 .800 0 8 8 Mason, Nya 14-0 10-20 .500 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 5 14 19 VanderHorst, Sara 9-0 6-14 .429 1-6 .167 2-4 .500 1 1 2 Mangrum, Kaila 14-0 8-12 .667 0-0 .000 5-10 .500 13 27 40 Carlson, Erica 8-0 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 5 7 12 Team SAN DIEGO 14 365-858 .425 43-132 .326 191-251 .761 178 370 68.9 OPPONENTS 14 340-853 .399 62-186 .333 195-284 .687 196 349 545

AVG. 3 6.8 4.9 4.7 3.4 2.2 3.7 0.6 1.4 0.2 2.9 1.5

PF 12 29 50 31 38 18 28 6 14 6 13 5

FO 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

A 10 26 42 30 16 14 6 7 1 1 3 2

TO 20 39 41 33 16 29 16 8 10 5 9 3

BLK 8 20 27 23 11 7 7 2 3 3 3 0

STL 8 35 3 9 6 1 4 0 7 0 0 0

PTS 238 217 165 119 73 37 35 18 22 15 21 4

548 39.1 250 6 158 240 114 73 38.9 229 0 144 246 111 29

AVG 17.0 15.5 11.8 8.5 5.2 2.8 2.5 1.3 1.6 1.7 1.5 0.5 964

937 66.9

DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 16 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Nov. 30 Dec. 5 Dec. 6 Dec. 11 Dec. 14 Dec. 20 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9

OPPONENT TIME UC San Diego W, 66-51 UC Santa Barbara L, 75-66 Cal State Northridge W, 64-51 CAL POLY L, 70-64 SAN DIEGO STATE W, 63-60 SETON HALL W, 74-72 UC IRVINE L, 58-53 BYU Hawaii W, 93-61 Utah Valley State W, 81-70 University of Arizona L, 66-58 UCLA L, 95-58 CAL STATE FULLERTON W, 65-62 ILLINIOS-CHICAGO W, 78-65 LONG ISLAND W, 69-54 SAN FRANCISCO* W, 69-62 SANTA CLARA* W, 67-54 Pepperdine* W, 69-57 Loyola Marymount* L, 78-61 Saint Mary's* L, 76-74 (2ot) PORTLAND* L, 74-66 GONZAGA* L, 109-73 Santa Clara* W, 70-54 San Francisco* W, 68-49 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT* L, 65-59 PEPPERDINE* L, 66-56 SAINT MARY'S* W, 94-52 Portland* W, 71-64 Gonzaga* L, 67-77 San Francisco ~ W, 73-64 Pepperdine ~ W, 76-69 Portland ~ W, 74-64 Gonzaga ~ L, 66-55

All home games are in BOLD CAPS and will be played at USD's Jenny Craig Pavilion (5,100) * Represents West Coast Conference Matches All Times are Pacific Standard Time and are subject to change ~ Represents WCC Championship games

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TEAM RECORDS TEAM RECORDS

TORERO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR

86

Year

W

L

Pct.

Conference

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

19 19 21 9 9 7 13 13 10 17 14 13 5 12 11 11 16 9 14 17 10 13 14 16 14 13 7 11 5

13 13 9 19 19 22 17 15 16 13 13 14 22 16 15 15 12 17 13 10 17 16 13 13 13 14 18 21 24

.594 .594 .700 .321 .321 .241 .433 .464 .384 .566 .518 .481 .185 .428 .423 .423 .533 .346 .518 .629 .370 .448 .518 .551 .518 .481 .280 .343 .172

7-7 WCC T4th WCC Finals 7-7 WCC T3rd NCAA First Rd. 13-5 WCC 2nd WNIT First Rd 4-10 WCC 7th WCC First Rd 4-10 WCC 7th WCC First Rd 1-13 WCC 8th WCC Second Rd 5-9 WCC T5th WCC Semis 4-10 WCC 7th WCC First Rd 5-9 WCC 4th WCC First Rd 7-7 WCC 4th NCAA First Rd 7-7 WCC 4th WCC First Rd 8-6 WCC 5th WCC First Rd 1-13 WCC 8th WCC First Rd 5-9 WCC 6th WCC Second Rd 6-8 WCC 4th WCC First Rd 6-8 WCC 5th 8-6 WCC 2nd NCAA First Rd 4-10 WCC 7th 9-5 WCC 3rd 7-7 WCC 3rd 6-8 WCC 4th 9-5 WCC 3rd 6-6 WCC 4th 8-4 WCC 2nd Independent Independent Independent Independent 2-10 SCAA

Totals* 362 452 .445

Place

Postseason

Coach Fisher Fisher Fisher Fisher Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe Marpe

WCC 147-189 .438 (24 years) SCAA 2-10 .166 (1 year) Ind. 45-66 .405 (4 years)

*The USD women’s program initiated play in the 1978-79 season under the direction of head coach Bonnie Bass, the records of both the 1978-79 and 1979-80 seasons are incomplete.

Toreros in the Post Season 2007-08 (NCAA Tournament) Round 1- lost to CAL, 77-60 2006-07 (WNIT) Round 1- lost to UC Santa Barbara, 75-63 1999-2000 (NCAA Tournament) Round 1- lost @ Notre Dame, 61-87 1992-1993 (NCAA Tournament) Round 1 - lost @ Nebraska, 81-58

SEASON RECORDS Category..................................................... Record.................Season/Game Most Games Played.........................................................32..................................1981-82, 2007-08 Most Games Won ............................................................21................................................... 2006-07 Fewest Games Lost..........................................................9......................................................2006-07 Highest Winning Pct.........................................................700................................................2006-07 Most Consecutive Games Won....................................9......................................................1995-96 Most Consecutive Games Lost....................................15....................................................1980-81 Most Home Games Won................................................13....................................................2006-07 Most Points Scored-Game.............................................104............................2-2-91 vs. Portland Most Points Allowed-Game..........................................109............................. 12-13-96 vs. UCSB Most Points Scored-Season..........................................2194...............................................2008-09 Fewest Points Allowed-Game......................................34..................................... 11-25-89 at UCI Fewest Points Allowed-Season....................................1,506..............................................1983-84 Most Made Field Goals-Season...................................836.................................................1980-81 Most Made Free Throws-Season.................................461.................................................2007-08 Most Rebounds-Season.................................................1,301..............................................2007-08 Most Assists-Season........................................................465.................................................2007-08 Best Field Goal Pct.-Season............................................447................................................1985-86 Best Free Throw Pct.-Season.........................................724................................................2007-08 Most Blocks-Game...........................................................13.............................. 2-3-90 vs. Gonzaga Most Blocks-Season.........................................................171.................................................1989-90

Head Coach Cindy Fisher 2005-Present 68-54 as USD coach


TEAM RECORDS TEAM LEADERS YEAR-BY-YEAR

POINTS...

Kiva Herman Amber Sprague Amber Sprague Tiara Harris Amber Sprague Marta Menuez Erin Malich Erin Malich Amber Jansen Susie Erpelding Susie Erpelding Susie Erpelding Nailah Thompson Nailah Thompson Michele Brovelli Jill Shaver Jill Shaver Jill Shaver Chris Enger Candida Echeverria Candida Echeverria Jane Gilpin Jane Gilpin Debbie Theroux Mary Stanbra Debbie Theroux Chayo Moreno Debbie Weinreis Michelle Grier

REBOUNDS...

Amber Sprague Amber Sprague Amber Sprague Sabine Loewe Sabine Loewe Marta Menuez Erin Malich Erin Malich Amber Jansen Jessica Gray Jessica Gray Maggie Dixon Malia Andagan Michele Brovelli Michele Brovelli Jill Shaver Chris Enger Lynda Jones Chris Enger Chris Enger Candida Echeverria Karen Skemp Kelli Behrens

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

588 487 422 404 334 444 452 353 395 510 378 343 292 347 273 345 379 354 356 364 375 509 374 386 400 295 364 476 440

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

245 279 229 159 129 235 195 136 181 281 178 124 146 195 199 172 278 200 235 228 175 225 211

Kelli Behrens Debbie Theroux Debbie Theroux Chayo Moreno Debbie Weinreis Sara Jane

ASSISTS...

Dominique Conners Amanda Rego Amanda Rego Polly Dong Polly Dong Polly Dong Kerri Nakamoto Melissa Glazebrook Kerri Nakamoto Melissa Glazebrook Melissa Glazebrook Kari Ambrose Susie Erpelding Kari Ambrose Serena Eierman Jill Shaver Angie Straub Angie Straub Angie Straub Paula Mascari Candida Echeverria Jane Gilpin Jane Gilpin Debbie Sinopoli Sue Hampton Lori Morris Lori Morris Lori Morris Lori Morris

STEALS...

Dominique Conners Amanda Rego Amanda Rego Amanda Rego Polly Dong Polly Dong Kerri Nakamoto Kerri Nakamoto Kerri Nakamoto Maria Perez-Barris Melissa Glazebrook Kari Ambrose Susie Erpelding Michele Brovelli Serena Eiermann

1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

211 227 252 189 277 254

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

95 272 230 84 114 129 128 120 80 117 94 88 60 89 90 92 96 82 99 89 71 130 109 80 126 118 84 162 105

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95

57 83 83 75 54 52 69 56 49 53 45 47 43 68 55

Jill Shaver Chris Enger J. Shaver, L. Jones Angie Straub Candida Echeverria Candida Echeverria Jane Gilpin Jane Gilpin Debbie Sinopoli Sue Hampton Debbie Theroux Chayo Moreno Lori Morris Michelle Grier

3-POINT BASKETS...

Morgan Henderson Morgan Henderson Kelly Winther Tiara Harris Tiara Harris Lindsay Helvey Tiara Harris Kerri Nakamoto Kerri Nakamoto Susie Erpelding Kari Ambrose Susie Erpelding Susie Erpelding Laura King Serena Eiermann Serena Eiermann Serena Eiermann Debbie Gollnack Melisa Sortino Paula Mascari Paula Mascari Jane Gilpin Jane Gilpin

1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

44 42 37 43 63 36 50 57 39 50 53 51 54 45

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

40 44 37 29 40 51 41 64 48 55 34 38 25 37 42 57 24 33 25 42 14 5 5

*Three-point line introduced in 1986-87 season.

FREE-THROW SHOOTING %...

Morgan Henderson Morgan Henderson Morgan Henderson Tiara Harris Sabine Loewe Brandi Collato Tiara Harris Janeene Arendsen Kerri Nakamoto Susie Erpelding Susie Erpelding Amanda Bishop

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98

87.8 88.4 36.7 83.7 81.0 81.8 75.0 84.6 75.9 83.1 86.0 92.7

Susie Erpelding Kari Ambrose Serena Eiermann Serena Eiermann Jill Shaver Jill Shaver C. English, A. Straub Candida Echeverria Candida Echeverria Jane Gilpin Jane Gilpin Debbie Theroux Debbie Theroux Debbie Theroux Michelle Dykstra Debbie Weinreis Annette Everett

1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

FIELD GOAL SHOOTING %...

Kaila Mangrum Kaila Mangrum Sabine Loewe Kaila Mangrum Sabine Loewe Marta Menuez Marta Menuez Erin Malich Marta Menuez Jessica Gray Jessica Gray Susie Erpelding Nailah Thompson Michele Brovelli Lorraine Watson Lorraine Watson Jill Shaver Jill Shaver Christi English Chris Enger Rochelle Lightner Christi English Julie Evans Debbie Theroux Debbie Theroux Debbie Theroux Chayo Moreno Debbie Weinreis Michelle Grier

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

76.9 82.3 84.1 79.2 77.0 74.8 77.4 81.6 78.0 78.4 81.9 85.7 74.0 73.6 71.6 78.7 67.9 53.6 55.8 50.9 49.3 54.2 49.3 47.5 48.9 53.1 49.1 50.1 40.2 38.4 42.0 48.5 56.3 50.7 46.0 54.1 58.0 56.5 52.4 47.4 52.1 49.0 45.5 49.4 46.6 38.0

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CAREER RECORDS USD ALL-TIME CAREER RECORDS

Points... 1. 1,728 2. 1,510 3. 1,233 4. 1,211 5. 1,199 6. 1,187 7. 1,171 8. 1,150 9. 1,098 10. 1,071

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3-Point Field Goals... 1. 200 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03 2. 146 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 3. 137 - Tiara Harris, ‘02-06 4. 134 - Serena Eiermann, ’91-95 5. 109 - Lindsay Helvey, ‘02-06 6. 106 - Kari Ambrose, ’94-99 7. 86 - Melisa Sortino, ’90-94 84 - Brandi Collato, ‘01-06 9. 77 -Morgan Henderson ‘06-pres. 10. 71 - Laura King, ’92-96 11. 68 - Amanda Bishop, ’96-01

-Amber Sprague ‘04-09 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 - Marta Menuez, ’00-04 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 - Kiva Herman, ‘05-09 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 - Jill Shaver, ’90-94 - Tiara Harris 02-06 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03 - Erin Malich, ’99-03

Points Per Game... (Min. 50 Games Played) 1. 15.8 - Jane Gilpin, ’86-88 2. 14.9 - Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 3. 13.6 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 4. 13.5 - Julie Evans, ’85-87 5. 12.4 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 6. 12.2 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-86 7. 11.4 - Michelle Dykstra, ’82-84 8. 11.2 - Jill Shaver, ’90-94 9. 11.0 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 10. 10.9 - Marta Menuez, ’00-04 Field Goals... 1. 522 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 2. 497 -Amber Sprague ‘04-08 3. 475 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 4. 465 - Marta Menuez, ’00-04 5. 463 - Jill Shaver, ’90-94 6. 429 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 7. 401 - Lynda Jones, ’88-92 8. 398 - Erin Malich, ’99-03 9. 391 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-86 10. 389 - Lori Morris, ‘80-84 11. 386 - Tiara Harris, 02-06 Field Goal Attempts... 1. 1,291 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 2 1,078 -Amber Sprague ‘04-08 3. 1,070 - Lori Morris, ’80-84 4. 1,065 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 5. 994 - Jill Shaver, ’90-94 6. 989 - Tiara Harris, 02-06

Amber Sprague (2004-09) is USD’s all-time leader in career points (1,728) and rebounds (868).

7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

973 967 954 938 910

- Lynda Jones, ’88-92 - Marta Menuez, ’00-04 - Mary Stanbra, ’81-85 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 - Michele Brovelli, ’92-96

Field Goal %... (Min. 200 Att.) 1. 54.5 - Rochelle Lightner, ’87-90 2. 52.8 - Lorraine Watson, ’93-95 3. 50.6 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 4. 50.5 - Amber Jansen, ’00-01 5. 50.1 - Sabine Loewe, ‘03-07 6. 50.0 - Christi English, ’86-91 - Lorice Watson, ’93-95 8. 49.4 - Amy Hillenbrand, ’84-85 9. 49.2 - Chayo Moreno, ’82-83 10. 49.1 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-86

3-Point Attempts... 1. 514 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03 2. 391 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 3. 385 - Tiara Harris, ‘02-06 4. 377 - Serena Eiermann, ’91-95 5. 327 - Kari Ambrose, ’94-99 6. 292 - Lindsay, Helvey, ‘02-06 7. 265 - Melisa Sortino, ’90-94 9. 256 - Polly Dong, 02-06 9. 229 - Amanda Bishop, ’96-01 10. 218 - Brandi Collato, ‘01-06

6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12.

247 241 234 234 233 225 219 206

-Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 - Tiara Harris, ‘02-06 - Jill Shaver, ’90-94 -Amanda Rego,‘04-08 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-86 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 - Jessica Gray, ’96-00 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03

Free Throw Attempts... 1. 473 - Marta Menuez, ’00-04 2. 438 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 3. 406 - Jessica Gray, ’96-00 4. 395 - Erin Malich, ’99-03 5. 394 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 6. 365 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 7. 346 -Amanda Rego, ‘04-08 8. 323 -Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 9. 322 - Jill Shaver, ’90-94 10. 302 - Tiara Harris, ‘02-06

3-Point %... (Min. 100 Att.) 1. 43.6 - Debbie Gollnick, ’88-92 2. 40.7 - Paula Mascari, ’86-90 3. 39.2 - Janeene Arendsen, ’98-02 4. 38.9 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03 5. 38.5 - Brandi Collato, ’01-06 6. 37.3 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 37.3 - Lindsay, Helvey, ‘02-06 8. 35.5 - Serena Eiermann, ’91-95 35.5 - Tiara Harris, ’02-06 35.5 - Morgan Henderson ‘06-pres. 11. 35.1 - Laura King, ’92-96 Free Throws... 1. 326 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 2. 320 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 3. 303 - Marta Menuez, ’00-04 4. 273 - Erin Malich, ’99-03

Chris Enger (1992-93) is USD’s all-time leader in blocked shots with 372.


11. 300

- Debbie Theroux, ’83-86

Free Throw % (Min. 100 Att.) 1. 86.8 -Morgan Henderson, ‘06-pres. 2. 81.3 - Paula Mascari, ’86-90 3. 81.2 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 - Julie Evans, ’85-87 5. 80.1 - Jane Gilpin, ’86-88 6. 79.8 - Tiara Harris, ‘02-06 7. 78.7 - Debbie Weinreis, ’81-82 8. 77.7 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-86 - Serena Eiermann, ’91-95 10. 76.2 - Amanda Bishop, ’96-01 11. 75.2 - Debbie Gollnick, ’88-92

Assists... 1. 582 - Amanda Rego, ‘04-08 2. 480 - Lori Morris, ’80-84 3. 415 - Polly Dong 02-06 4. 383 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’98-02 5. 376 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03 6. 326 - Angie Straub, ’89-93 7. 295 - Kari Ambrose, ’94-99 8. 267 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 9. 259 - Susie Erpelding, ’96-00 10. 245 - Jill Shaver, ’90-94 - Paula Mascari, ’86-90 Assists Per Game... (Min. 50 Games Played) 1. 7.2 - Amanda Rego, ‘04-08 2. 4.3 - Jane Gilpin, ’86-88 3. 4.2 - Lori Morris, ’80-84 4. 4.0 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’98-02 5. 3.6 - Polly Dong, ’02-06 6. 3.3 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03 7. 3.0 - Angie Straub, ’89-93 8. 3.0 - Sue Hampton, ’82-85 9. 2.7 - Debbie Sinopoli, ’85-88 10. 2.6 - Kari Ambrose, ’94-99

Assist/Turnover Ratio... (Min. 70 Assists) 1. 2.37 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’02-03 2. 2.09 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’01-02 3. 1.71 -Amanda Rego, ‘04-08

3. 1.64 4. 1.59 5. 1.55 6. 1.53 7. 1.51 8. 1.48 9. 1.46 10. 1.45

- Melissa Glazebrook, ’01-02 - Michele Grier, ’80-81 - Debbie Theroux, ’84-85 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-00 - Julie Doria, ’90-91 - Angie Straub, ’92-93 - Lori Morris, ’81-82 - Sue Hampton, ’84-85

Total Rebounds... 1. 868 -Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 2. 831 - Chris Enger, ’92-93 3. 700 -Jessica Gray, ‘96-00 4. 679 - Debbie Therouax, ‘83-86 5. 663 - Martha Nelson, ‘79-83 6. 614 - Marta Menuez, ‘00-04 7. 593 - Michelle Brovelli, ‘92-96 8. 586 - Lynda Jones, ‘88-92 9. 572 - Jill Shaver, ‘90-94 10. 560 - Christi English, ‘86-90 ReboundS PER GAME... 1. 8.7 - Chris Enger, ’92-93 2. 8.2 - Debbie Therouax, ‘83-86 3. 7.5 - Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 - Kelli Behrens, ‘85-87 5. 7.1 - Sara Jane, ‘80-82 6. 6.9 - Jessica Gray, ‘96-00 7. 5.5 - Lynda Jones, ‘88-92 5.5 - Michelle Brovelli, ‘92-96 5.5 - Cathy O’Brian, ‘84-87 10. 5.4 - Jill Shaver, ‘90-94 5.4 - Marta Menuez, ‘00-04 Offensive Rebounds... (1986-pres.) 1. 306 - Chris Enger, ’92-93 2. 301 - Marta Menuez, ‘00-04 3. 263 - Jessica Gray, ‘96-00 4. 245 - Candida Echeverria, ‘86-90 5. 233 - Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 6. 215 - Jill Shaver, ‘90-94 7. 196 - Christi English, ‘86-90 8. 193 - Molly Hunter, ‘87-91 9. 189 - Michelle Brovelli, ‘92-963 10. 188 - Lynda Jones, ‘88-92

Defensive Rebounds... (1986-pres.) 1. 634 -Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 2. 525 - Chris Enger, ’92-93 3. 437 - Jessica Gray, ‘96-00 4. 404 -Michelle Brovelli, ‘92-96 5. 398 -Lynda Jones, ‘88-92 6. 364 - Christi English, ‘86-90 7. 357 - Jill Shaver, ‘90-94 8. 337 - Erin Malich, ‘99-03 9. 325 - Melissa Padgett, ‘00-03 10. 313 - Candida Echeverria, ‘86-90 Blocks... 1. 372 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 2. 250 Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 3. 143 - Martha Nelson, ’79-83 4. 137 - Lynda Jones, ’88-92 5. 99 - Kelli Behrens, ’85-87 6. 95 - Jessica Gray, ’96-00

7. 92 8. 72 9. 59 10. 49 11. 47

- Erin Malich, ’99-03 - Sara Jane, ’80-82 - Christi English, ’86-91 - Melissa Padgett, ’00-03 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-86

Blocks Per Game... (Min. 50 Games Played) 1. 3.88 - Chris Enger, ’89-93 2. 2.16 -Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 3. 1.77 - Kelli Behrens, ’85-87 4. 1.29 - Lynda Jones, ’88-92 5. 1.20 - Sara Jane, ’80-82 6. 0.94 - Jessica Gray, ’96-00 7. 0.88 - Erin Malich, ’99-03 8. 0.64 - Justine Tuhakaraina, ’94-98 9. 0.57 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-86 10. 0.56 - Christi English, ’86-91 11. 0.51 - Rochelle Lightner, ’87-90 Steals.. 1. 240 2. 214 3. 178 4. 177 5. 169 6. 168 7. 163 8. 162 9. 160 10. 144

-Amanda Rego, ‘04-08 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03 - Polly Dong 02-06 - Lori Morris, ’80-84 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 - Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 - Kari Ambrose, ’94-99 - Michele Brovelli, ’92-96 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’98-02 - Molly Hunter, ’87-91

Steals Per Game... (Min. 50 Games Played) 1. 2.96 - Amanda Rego, ‘04-08 2. 1.91 - Jane Gilpin, ’86-88 3. 1.88 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-03 4. 1.68 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’98-02 5. 1.50 -Amber Sprague, ‘04-09 5. 1.58 - Maria Perez-Barris, ’98-00 6. 1.55 - Lori Morris, ’80-84 1.55 - Polly Dong, ’02-06 7. 1.54 - Candida Echeverria, ’86-90 8. 1.53 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-86 Amanda Rego (2004-08) holds the all-time records in both assists (582) and steals (240).

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USD SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS POINTS... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

588 510 509 487 485 476 452 444 440 428

3-Point Field Goal AttEMPTS..

- Kiva Herman, ‘08-09 - Susie Erpelding, ’99-00 - Jane Gilpin, ’87-88 -Amber Sprague, ‘07-08 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 - Debbie Weinreis, ’81-82 - Erin Malich, ’02-03 - Marta Menuez, ’03-04 - Michele Grier, ’80-81 - Jessica Gray, ’99-00

1. 139 3. 135 4. 128 5. 127 6. 126 7. 124 8. 121 9. 114 10. 109

Points Per Game...

90

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

18.4 17.6 17.0 15.9 15.8 15.3 15.2 15.2 15.1 14.8

- Kiva Herman, ‘08-09 - Jane Gilpin, ’87-88 - Susie Erpelding, ’99-00 - Debbie Weinreis, ’81-82 - Amber Jansen, ’00-01 - Marta Menuez, ’03-04 - Amber Sprague, ‘07-08 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 - Erin Malich, ’02-03 - Mary Stanbra, ’84-85

Field Goals... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

240 203 197 196 190 182 178 171 168 167

- Kiva Herman, ‘08-09 - Jane Gilpin, ’87-88 - Michele Grier, ’80-81 -Amber Sprague,’07-08 - Debbie Weinreis, ’81-82 - Mary Stanbra, ’84-85 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 - Marta Menuez, ’03-04 - Amber Sprague, ‘06-07 - Erin Malich, ’02-03

Field Goal Attempts... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

518 469 450 423 433 410 408 380 376 374

- Michele Grier, ’80-81 - Kiva Herman, ‘08-09 - Jane Gilpin, ’87-88 -Amber Sprague, ‘07-08 - Mary Stanbra, ’84-85 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 - Debbie Weinreis, ’81-82 - Lori Morris, ’81-82 - Amber Sprague, ‘06-07 - Erin Malich, ’02-03

- Kerri Nakamoto, ’01-02 - Serena Eiermann, ’93-94 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-00 - Serena Eiermann, ’94-95 -Morgan Henderson, ‘07-08 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’02-03 - Susie Erpelding, ’99-00 - Lindsay Helvey, ’03-04 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’00-01 - Laura King, ’95-96

3-Point %... (Min. 50 Att.)

Kiva Herman (2005-09) holds the single-season scoring record of 588, and highest ppg average of 18.4, both set during her senior season.

Field Goal %... (Min. 100 AtT.) 1. 58.0 - Chris Enger, ’89-90 2. 56.5 - Rochelle Lightner, ’88-89 3. 56.3 - Lorraine Watson, ’93-94 4. 54.2 - Sabine Loewe, ‘04-05 5. 54.1 - Christi English, ’90-91 6. 53.8 - Chris Enger, ’90-91 7. 52.4 - Christi English, ’87-88 8. 52.1 - Debbie Theroux, ’85-86 9. 52.0 - Maggie Dixon, ’98-99 10. 51.0 - Jessica Gray, ‘98-99

3-Point Field Goals... 1. 64 2. 57 3. 55 4. 51 5. 49 6. 48 7. 44 8. 43 9. 42

- Kerri Nakamoto, ’01-02 - Serena Eiermann, ’93-94 - Susie Erpelding, ’99-00 - Lindsay Helvey, ’03-04 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-00 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’00-01 -Morgan Henderson, ‘07-08 - Janeene Arendsen, ’01-02 - Paula Mascari, ’89-90 - Serena Eiermann, ’94-95

1. 46.0 2. 44.9 3. 44.4 4. 44.1 5. 43.8 6. 42.9 7. 42.1 9. 41.4 10. 41.0

- Kerri Nakamoto, ’01-02 - Morgan Henderson, 08-09 - Susie Erpelding, ’99-00 - Polly Dong, ‘05-06 - Paula Mascari, ’89-90 - Debbie Gollnick, ’91-92 - Lindsay Helvey, ’03-04 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’00-01 - Tiara Harris, ’02-03 - Serena Eiermann, ’93-94 - Janeene Arendsen, ’01-02

8. 9. 10.

141 135 130

- Candida Echeverria, ’88-89 - Dominique Conners, ‘08-09 - Kiva Herman, ‘08-09

Free Throw %... (Min. 50 Att.)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

92.7 88.4 87.8 86.0 85.7 84.1 83.7 83.7 83.1 82.3 82.3

- Amanda Bishop, ’97-98 -Morgan Henderson, ’07-08 - Morgan Henderson, ‘08-09 - Susie Erpelding, ’98-99 - Debbie Theroux, ’85-86 - Serena Eiermann, ’94-95 - Tiara Harris, ‘05-06 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 - Susie Erpelding, ’99-00 - Kari Ambrose, ’95-96 - Kiva Herman, ‘08-09

Free Throws... 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

123 117 111 111 110 108 107 103 102 100

- Susie Erpelding, ’99-00 - Erin Malich, ’02-03 - Amber Jansen, ’00-01 -Amanda Rego, ‘07-08 - Candida Echeverria, ’88-89 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 - Kiva Herman, ‘08-09 - Tiara Harris, ‘05-06 - Marta Menuez, ’03-04 - Jessica Gray, ’99-00

Amanda Rego (2004-08) holds virtually every assist record including single-season assists (272) and assist per game (8.5).

Free Throw Attempts... 1. 180 2. 173 3. 162 4. 157 5. 148 7. 147

- Amber Jansen, ’01-02 - Erin Malich, ’02-03 - Jessica Gray, ’99-00 - Marta Menuez, ’03-04 - Marta Menuez, ’01-02 - Susie Erpelding, ’99-00 -Amanda Rego,’07-08

Assists... 1. 2. 3. 4.

272 230 162 130

-Amanda Rego,’07-08 - Amanda Rego, ‘06-07 (led nation) - Lori Morris, ’81-82 - Jane Gilpin, ’87-88


5. 129 7. 128 8. 126 9. 120 10. 117

- Polly Dong, ’03-04 - Lori Morris, ’83-84 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’02-03 - Sue Hampton, ’84-85 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’01-02 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’99-00

5. 173 6. 163 7. 155 8. 151 9. 148 10. 147

Blocks...

Assists Per Game... 1. 8.5 2. 7.67 3. 5.23 4. 4.88 5. 4.78 6. 4.67 7. 4.48 8. 4.45 9. 4.29 10. 4.27

1. 137 2. 98 3. 96 4. 87 5. 75 6. 62 7. 61 8. 55 9. 44 10. 43

-Amanda Rego,’07-08 - Amanda Rego, ‘06-07 - Lori Morris, ’81-82 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’99-00 - Lori Morris, ’83-84 - Sue Hampton, ’84-85 - Jane Gilpin, ’87-88 - Polly Dong, ’03-04 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’01-02 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’02-03 Senior forward Morgan Henderson ranks second and third in single-season free throw percentage.

Assist/Turnover Ratio... (Min. 70 Assists)

1. 2.37 2. 2.09 3. 1.92 4. 1.85 5. 1.64 6. 1.59 7. 1.55 8. 1.53 9. 1.51 10. 1.48

- Kerri Nakamoto, ’02-03 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’01-02 - Amanda Rego, ‘06-07 -Amanda Rego,’07-08 - Melissa Glazebrook, ’01-02 - Michele Grier, ’80-81 - Debbie Theroux, ’84-85 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’99-00 - Julie Doria, ’90-91 - Angie Straub, ’92-93

Total Rebounds... 1. 281 - Jessica Gray, ’99-00 2. 279 -Amber Sprague,’07-08 3. 278 - Chris Enger, ’92-93 4. 277 - Debbie Weinreis, ’81-82 5. 261 - Martha Nelson, ’81-82 6. 254 - Sara Jane, ’80-81 7. 251 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-84 8. 245 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 9. 235 - Marta Menuez, ’03-04 - Chris Enger, ’90-91

ReboundS PER GAME... 1. 2. 3. 4.

9.9 9.4 9.3 9.2

- Chris Enger, ’92-93 - Jessica Gray, ’99-00 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-84 - Debbie Weinreis, ’81-82

- Amber Sprague, ‘06-07 -Amanda rego’06-07 - Chris Enger, ’90-91 - Kelli Behrens, ’86-87 - Melissa Padgett, ’03-04 -Amanda Rego, ‘07-08

5. 9.1 6. 8.7 8.7 8. 8.5 9. 8.4 10. 8.4 8.4

- Cathy Perkins, ’80-81 - Chris Enger, ’90-91 -Amber Sprague, ‘07-08 - Sara Jane, ’80-81 - Chris Enger, ’89-90 - Martha Nelson, ’81-82 - Debbie Theroux, ’84-85

Offensive Rebounds... (1986-pres.)

1. 101

2. 100 3. 98 4. 94 5. 89 6. 84 7. 83 9. 81 10. 80

- Chris Enger, ’92-93 - Jessica Gray, ’99-00 - Marta Menuez, ’03-04 - Chris Enger, ’89-90 - Karen Skemp, ’87-88 - Marta Menuez, ’01-02 - Marta Menuex, ’02-03 - Candida Echeverria, ’88-89 - Candida Echeverria, ’87-88 - Chris Enger, ’90-91

Defensive Rebounds... (1986-pres.)

1. 2. 3. 4.

206 180 181 177

-Amber Sprague, ‘07-08 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 - Jessica Gray, ’99-00 - Chris Enger, ’92-93

- Chris Enger, ’92-93 - Chris Enger, ’90-91 - Chris Enger, ’89-90 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 -Amber Sprague, ‘07-08 - Martha Nelson, ’81-82 - Amber Sprague, ‘06-07 - Kelli Behrens, ’85-86 - Kelli Behrens, ’86-87 - Sara Jane, ’81-82

Blocks Per Game... 1. 4.89 2. 3.63 3. 3.56 4. 2.93 5. 2.56 6. 2.34 7. 2.10 8. 2.00 9. 1.90 10. 1.63

- Chris Enger, ’92-93 - Chris Enger, ’90-91 - Chris Enger, ’89-90 - Chris Enger, ’91-92 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 -Amber Sprague,’07-08 - Amber Sprague, ‘06-07 - Martha Nelson, ’81-82 - Kelli Behrens, ’85-86 - Kelli Behrens, ’86-87

5. 2.33 6. 2.30 7. 2.29 8. 2.11 10. 2.04

- Candida Echeverria, ’89-90 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’02-03 - Serena Eiermann, ’94-95 - Jane Gilpin, ’86-87 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-84 - Kari Ambrose, ’95-96

Games Played... 1.

32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

- Kiva Herman, ‘08-09 - Amber Sprague, ‘08-09 - Sam Child, ‘08-09 - Dominique Conners, ‘08-09 - Emily Hatch, ‘08-09 - Morgan Woodrow, ‘08-09 - Kaila Mangrum, ‘08-09 -Amanda Rego,’07-08 -Kiva Herman,’07-08 -Amber Sprague,’07-08 -Morgan Henderson,’07-08 -Sam Child,’07-08 -Kalia Mangrum,’07-0

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Steals... 1. 83 83 2. 75 3. 69 4. 68 5. 63 6. 57 10. 56

- Amanda Rego, ‘06-07 -Amanda Reg0,’07-08 - Amanda Rego, ‘05-06 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’02-03 - Michele Brovelli, ’95-96 - Candida Echeverria, ’89-90 - Dominique Conners, ‘08-09 - Kari Ambrose, ’95-96 - Jane Gilpin, ’86-87 - Debbie Theroux, ’83-84 - Kerri Nakamoto, ’01-02

Steals Per Game... 1. 2. 3. 4.

3.57 2.77 2.59 2.43

- Amanda Rego, ‘05-06 - Amanda Rego, ‘06-07 -Amanda Rego,’07-08 - Michele Brovelli, ’95-96

Susie Erpelding (1996-00) holds the single-season for free throws with 137, set in the 1999-2000 season


USD SINGLE-GAME RECORDS RECORDS SINGLE-GAME Points... 1. Michelle Augustavo 2. Susie Erpelding 3. Julie Evans Amber Sprague 4. Debbie Theroux 5. Karen Skemp Debbie Theroix Mary Stanbra

vs. Clemson (12/11/05) 42 vs. Portland (2/19/00) 37 vs. Pepperdine (1/18/86) 33 vs. UC Irvine (1/2/05) 33 vs. UC International (2/12/85) 32 vs. Pepperdine (2/26/88) 30 vs. Southern Methodist (2/28/86) 30 vs. Pepperdine (1/18/85) 30

Several with 29

Team Points... 1. 104 vs. Portland 2/17/05 104 vs. Portland 2/2/91 2. 96 vs. Nevada 11/22/03 3. 95 vs. CS Northridge 11/10/06 95 vs. Eastern Washington 11/30/91 4. 93 vs. vs. Loyola Marymount 2/21/91 Several with 92

92

vs. Portland (2/10/90) vs. UC International (1/29/82) vs. CS Northridge (2/6/82) vs. Sacramento State (1/6/93) vs. Loyola Marymount (1/26/85) vs. CS Fullerton (1/7/00) vs. US International (2/20/84) vs. Cal Poly (2/9/85) vs. Arizona State (12/1/90) vs. CS Northridge (12/22/90) vs. CS Northridge (1/7/95)

Several with 16

vs. CS Fullerton vs. Saint Mary’s vs. CS Northridge vs. Saint Mary’s vs. UC Santa Barbara vs. Wyoming vs. Sacramento State

12/11/92 1/18/90 12/22/90 1/17/91 12/18/94 1/2/91 1/6/93

7. 84 vs. UC San Diego 84 vs. Saint Mary’s Several with 82

12/16/06 1/15/93 11/26/93

1. Susie Erpelding Michelle Augustavo 2. Julie Evans Debbie Theroux 3. Candida Echeverria Lorice Watson Several With 11

24 22 18 18 18 18 17 17 17 17 17

vs. Portland (2/19/00) 15 vs. Clemson (12/11/05) 15 vs. Pepperdine (1/18/85) 13 vs. Southern Methodist (2/28/86) 13 vs. New Mexico State (12/1/89) 12 vs. Loyola Marymount (2/17/95) 12

1. 41 2. 38 38 3. 37 4. 35 35 5. 34 6. 33

vs. Portland vs. CS Fullerton vs. Fresno Pacific vs. UC Santa Barbara vs. Monmouth vs. CS Northridge vs. Saint Mary’s vs. Wyoming

2/17/05 12/11/92 12/30/92 1/29/83 12/1/89 11/10/06 1/20/07 1/2/91

vs. Colorado State

1/11/92

33

vs. CS Fullerton (11/28/80) vs. UNLV (12/6/80) vs. Clemson (12/11/05) vs. Kansas (11/30/02) vs. US International (12/8/80) vs. UC Irvine (2/28/81) vs. New Mexico State (12/1/89) vs. Santa Clara (1/18/07)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

93 91 91 90 88 87 85 85

vs. UC San Diego vs. CS Fullerton vs. Colorado vs. CS Los Angeles vs. UC San Diego vs. UC Santa Barbara vs. US International vs, Monmouth

11/16/81 11/28/80 1/15/82 1/17/81 1/13/81 12/19/80 2/24/81 12/2/89

1. Susie Erpelding 2. Candida Echeverria Susie Erpelding 3. Marta Menuez Susie Erpelding 4. Lynda Jones Serena Eiermann Several with 9

vs. CS Northridge (12/11/99) vs. Northern Arizona (12/16/89) vs. Gonzaga (2/17/00) vs. Gonzaga (1/30/03) vs. Pepperdine (1/30/99) vs. Saint Mary’s (1/17/91) vs. San Diego State (11/30/94)

15 13 13 12 12 11 11

Team Free Throws Made...

Field Goals Attempted... 1. Michelle Grier MIchelle Grier Michelle Augustavo 2. Marta Menuez 3. Michelle Grier MIchelle Grier Candida Echeverria Amber Sprague Several with 22

13/30/81 1/17/91

Free Throws Made...

Field Goals Made...

Team Field Goals Attempted...

Team Rebunds... 1. 60 2 57 57 57 3. 56 4. 55 55

vs. CS Fullerton vs. San Francisco vs. Cal Poly Pomona

Team Field Goals Made...

Rebounds... 1. Chris Enger 2. Martha Nelson 3. Martha Nelson Chris Enger Debbie Theroux Jessica Gray 4. Debbie Theroux Debbie Theroux Chris Enger Christi English Michele Brovelli

55 5. 54 54

26 26 26 24 23 23 23 23

1. 29 2. 28 28 3. 27 27 27 27 4. 25

vs. Portland vs. Cal Poly vs. Holy Cross vs. Weber State vs. Gonzaga vs. San Diego State vs. Pacific vs. San Diego State

2/24/07 12/9/06 12/22/04 12/30/91 2/17/00 11/22/05 12/21/03 12/2/92

vs. Portland

1/25/07

25

Free Throws Attempted... 1. 2. 3. 4.

Susie Erpelding Marta Menuez Susie Erpelding Lynda Jones

vs. CS Northridge (12/11/99) vs. Gonzaga (1/30/03) vs. Gonzaga (2/17/00) vs. Saint Mary’s (1/17/91)

Susie Erpelding (19952000) owns numerous single-game records, at USD

18 16 15 13


USD SINGLE-GAME RECORDS RECORDS SINGLE-GAME Serena Eiermann Nailah Thompson 5. Chayo Moreno Jill Shaver Marta Menuez Susie Erpelding Several with 10

vs. San Diego State (11/30/94) vs. Pittsburgh (12/31/95) vs. UC Santa Barbara (1/29/83) vs. San Francisco (1/29/94) vs. Portland (1/29/04) vs. Pepperdine (1/30/99)

13 13 12 12 12 12

Team Free Throws Attempted... 1. 47 2. 42 42 3. 36 36 36 4. 35 5. 34 34

vs. CS Northridge vs. Louisiana Tech vs. Portland vs. Gonzaga vs. San Diego State vs. Cal Poly vs. Weber State vs. Pacific vs. UC Irvine

3-Pointers Made...

1. Michelle Augustavo 2. Laura King Morgan Henderson 3. Morgan Henderson Susie Erpelding Serena Eirmann Serena Eirmann Lindsay Helvey Several with 5

vs. Clemson (12/11/05) vs. Saint Mary’s (2/2/96) vs. Portland (2/24/07) vs. Gonzaga (3/9/08) vs. Portland (1/20/00) vs. Gonzaga (1/13/90) vs. Drake (12/30/93) vs. Saint Mary’s (3/4/04)

Team 3-Pointers Made... 1. 17 2. 14 14 3. 13 4. 12 5. 11 11 11

vs. Gonzaga vs. Clemson vs. Portland vs. Clemson vs. Clemson vs. Portland vs. Oral Roberts vs. Saint Mary’s

3-Pointers Attempted...

1. Michelle Augustavo 2. Serena Eiermann Morgan Henderson 3. Susie Erpelding Susie Erpelding Keri Nakamoto Morgan Henderson

12/11/99 11/29/91 2/24/07 2/17/00 11/22/05 12/9/06 12/30/91 12/21/03 1/2/00

1. 33 2. 31 3. 28 4. 26 26 26 5. 25 6. 24 24

vs. Georgia Southern vs. Portland vs. Portland vs. UC Santa Barbara vs. Clemson vs. Pepperdine vs. Fresno State vs. UCLA vs. Saint Mary’s

Blocked Shots...

1. Chris Enger 2. Martha Nelson 3. Chris Enger Several with 8

1. 15 vs. San Diego State 2. 14 vs. Gonzaga 3. 13 vs. Sacramento State 4. 11 vs. Santa Clara 5. 10 vs. Arizona State 10 vs. Texas Tech 10 vs. Gonzaga 10 vs. Saint Mary’s 10 vs. San Francisco Several With 9

Assists...

1. Amanda Rego 2. Lori Morris Lori Morris Jill Shaver Amanda Rego 3. Amanda Rego 4. Amanda Rego Amanda Rego

2/17/00 12/11/05 2/17/05 11/26/04 12/11/05 1/20/00 12/22/03 3/4/04

vs. Clemson (12/11/05) vs. Gonzaga (2/25/95) vs. Portland (2/24/07) vs. Pacific (1/2/98) vs. Saint Mary’’s (2/11/98) vs. Minnesota (11/23/99) vs. Pepperdine (2/10/07)

19 11 11 10 10 10 10

Team Assists...

Team Steals... 12 10 9

12/6/89 2/3/90 1/6/93 1/27/90 12/30/89 1/16/90 1/26/90 1/17/91 1/19/91

vs. San Diego State (11/19/06) vs. UC San Diego (11/16/81) vs. CS Los Angeles (12/3/81) vs. Oregon (12/28/93) vs. Holy Cross (12/28/06) vs. Saint Mary’s (1/20/07) vs. Pennsylvania (11/25/05) vs. UC Riverside (11/14/06)

1. 33 vs. Portland 2. 32 vs. US International 3. 30 vs. UNLV 30 vs. Nevada 4. 28 vs. UC San Diego 28 vs. Portland 7. 29 vs. UC San Diego Several With 26

1. Amanda Rego 10 2. Sue Hampton Lori Morris Amanda Rego Amanda Rego 3. Lori Morris Several with 6

11/30/03 2/17/05 2/26/98 11/15/03 11/26/04 2/5/05 11/17/98 12/5/97 3/4/04

vs. Gonzaga (2/3/90) vs. Pacific Christian (1/16/82) vs. Gonzaga (1/26/91)

Team Blocked Shots... 10 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

Steals...

Team 3-Pointers Attempted...

2/17/03 2/12/87 1/27/81 1/3/84 1/13/91 2/2/91 11/16/81

vs. Holy Cross (12/28/06) vs. Point Loma (11/29/83) vs. US international (2/20/84) vs. Fresno State (12/5/05) vs. Gonzaga (1/19/06) vs. UNLV (2/4/83)

1. 22 vs. Weber State 22 vs. Point Loma 2. 20 vs. Pima College 20 vs. Wyoming 20 vs. Point Loma 20 vs. CS northridge 20 vs. Holy Cross 3. 19 vs. UTEP 19 vs. Point Loma Several with 18

8 8 8 8 7

12/30/91 11/29/83 11/29/80 11/27/82 11/29/89 1/9/96 12/28/06 1/7/87 11/13/84

93

14 13 13 13 13 12 11 11

Amanda Rego (2004-08) owns both the single-game steals and assists records.


YEARLY RECORDS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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1980-81 Coach: Kathy Marpe (5-24, 2-10 SCAA) USD..................................................OPP 64....................... @CS Fullerton.................. 101 36....................... @San Diego State.............79 59....................... @UNLV..................................89 64..................US International..........66 57..................Pepperdine...................97 71....................... @Chapman..........................52 75....................... @UC Santa Barbara..........77 59....................... @Cal Poly SLO.................. 100 62..................Cal Poly SLO.................60 79..................UC Santa Barbara........74 82..................UC San Diego...............43 61....................... @Cal Poly Pomona............82 65....................... @CS Los Angeles...............81 67....................... @Pepperdine......................88 67....................... @Biola...................................98 63....................... @CS Northridge.................73 66..................UNLV.............................79 52..................Arizona State...............83 63....................... @UC Irvine...........................69 50....................... @CS Northridge.................59 71....................... @Chapman..........................73 61....................... @CS Los Angeles...............72 54..................Cal Poly Pomona..........80 54..................Biola..............................84 66....................... @Cal Poly SLO.....................77 68....................... @UC Santa Barbara..........84 78..................US International..........56 46..................San Diego State...........65 63....................... @UC Irvine...........................71 1981-82 Coach: Kathy Marpe (11-21, Independent) USD..................................................OPP 76..................UC San Diego...............47 56....................... @Arizona..............................75 49....................... @Cal Poly SLO.....................61 59....................... @Biola...................................87 43..................Washington State........66 66..................US International..........59 52....................... @UC Santa Barbara..........73 63..................CS Los Angeles.............58 51....................... @UNLV..................................61 57....................... @San Diego State.............76 80....................... @UC San Diego..................64 57..................Cal Poly Pomona .........75 54..................Oklahoma.....................72 39..................San Jose State..............60 59..................Northern Arizona.........56 72..................UTEP.............................68 74....................... @Utah State........................85

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80....................... @Colorado...........................86 72....................... @UC Irvine...........................63 58....................... @CS Northridge.................76 55....................... @Chapman..........................72 75....................... @CS Los Angeles...............78 83..................Cal Poly Pomona..........75 55..................Biola..............................84 71....................... @Cal Poly SLO.....................66 46....................... @UC Santa Barbara..........72 62..................US International..........76 78..................San Diego State...........76 55....................... @UC Irvine...........................94 70....................... @Arizona..............................64 45....................... @Arizona State...................87

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1982-83 Coach: Kathy Marpe (7-18, Independent) USD..................................................OPP 53..................Wyoming......................72 63....................... @Saint Mary’s.....................58 66....................... @CS Northridge.................91 55....................... @San Jose State.................98 65..................Chapman......................60 57..................Depaul..........................66 39....................... @Cal Poly Pomona............81 59..................Oregon State................87 56....................... @San Diego State.............83 58....................... @UTEP...................................63 36....................... @New Mexico State.........66 50....................... @Oklahoma..................... 100 67....................... @Biola...................................75 54..................Arizona.........................72 56..................UC Irvine.......................81 91..................UC Santa Barbara (2OT) 83 59....................... @UNLV..................................77 74....................... @Nevada-Reno..................57 69..................US International..........59 53..................Biola..............................52 60....................... @Pepperdine......................66 54....................... @UC Irvine...........................70 65....................... @UC San Diego..................58 39....................... @Cal Poly SLO.....................57 51....................... @UC Santa Barbara..........52

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1983-84 Coach: Kathy Marpe (13-14, Independent) USD..................................................OPP 47..................CS Fullerton..................77 61....................... @Loyola Marymount.......44 72....................... @Point Loma Nazarene..54 43..................Cal Poly Pomona..........58 51....................... @Boise State.......................39 51....................... @San Diego State.............74

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44..................San Diego State...........73 74....................... @CS Los Angeles...............64 38....................... @Chapman..........................75 41..................Cal Poly SLO.................40 62..................CS Northridge..............45 58..................Illinois ..........................60 88..................Nevada-Reno...............72 49....................... @Portland............................63 38....................... @Alaska-Anchorage.........40 49....................... @Puget Sound...................54 62....................... @UC Irvine...........................69 58..................Pepperdine...................68 57....................... @Northern Arizona..........55 53....................... @Arizona..............................61 72..................UC Santa Barbara........57 84..................UC San Diego...............72 74..................US International..........61 63..................UC Irvine.......................58 52..................UNLV.............................73 82....................... @US International.............78 58....................... @UC Santa Barbara..........65

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1984-85 Coach: Kathy Marpe (14-13, Independent) USD..................................................OPP 49..................CS Los Angeles.............53 65....................... @CS Northridge.................52 31....................... @Cal Poly Pomona............49 41..................Chapman......................46 57....................... @San Diego State.............97 66....................... @St. Cloud State................74 66....................... @Concordia (MN)..............56 48....................... @Mankato State................69 61..................Portland.......................80 49..................Portland State..............64 74....................... @San Francisco State.......71 41....................... @Santa Clara.......................59 55....................... @Pacific................................63 87..................Wyoming......................61 84....................... @Pepperdine......................79 71....................... @Loyola Marymount.......69 66..................Point Loma Nazarene..56 69..................Loyola Marymount......41 60..................UC Irvine.......................49 67..................US International..........68 65....................... @UC Santa Barbara..........52 49....................... @Cal Poly SLO.....................47 76....................... @US International.............78 81....................... @UC San Diego..................49 53..................UC Santa Barbara........46 43....................... @UC Irvine...........................75 74..................Northern Arizona.........63

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1985-86 Coach: Kathy Marpe (16-13, 8-4 WCC) USD..................................................OPP 45..................Cal Poly Pomona..........62 63....................... @Loyola Marymount.......39 41....................... @Chapman..........................39 78....................... @US International.............80 58..................UC Irvine.......................54 66..................San Francisco State......48 54..................San Diego State...........67 57..................UC Santa Barbara........67 44..................Hawaii...........................57 71..................Hamline (MN)...............64 42....................... @Northern Arizona..........71 68....................... @Arizona..............................81 59....................... @Loyola Marymount*.....47 77....................... @Pepperdine*....................69 69..................UC San Diego...............48 78....................... @Nevada-Reno*................59 67....................... @Santa Clara*.....................56 49....................... @San Francisco*................46 70..................San Francisco*.............58 48..................Santa Clara*.................45 80....................... @US International*...........84 53....................... @Point Loma Nazarene..43 39..................Pepperdine*.................47 79..................Loyola Marymount*....59 61....................... @Nevada-Reno*................72 73....................... @So. Methodist (OT)........74 60....................... @Utah State........................56 67....................... @Iona....................................73 63..................US International..........81

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1986-87 Coach: Kathy Marpe (14-13, 6-6 WCC) USD..................................................OPP 61....................... @Washington State..........82 85....................... @Portland............................57 64....................... @Fresno State....................66 58....................... @Weber State.....................66 74....................... @Portland State.................69 42....................... @UCLA..................................65 57....................... @UC Irvine...........................56 53....................... @San Diego State.............73 73..................Wisconsin.....................74 79..................Idaho State...................53 93..................Idaho............................75 60..................Gonzaga.......................64 82..................UTEP.............................79 75..................New Mexico..................48 54....................... @Nevada-Reno*................56 55..................San Francisco*.............69

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72..................Santa Clara*.................62 48....................... @Santa Clara*.....................50 58....................... @San Francisco*................68 73..................Pepperdine*.................58 62..................Loyola Marymount*....54 69....................... @Loyola Marymount*.....56 58....................... @Pepperdine*....................60 73..................US International*.........63 70..................Nevada-Reno*..............63 62..................Northern Arizona.........55 76....................... @US International*...........86

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1987-88 Coach: Kathy Marpe (13-16, 9-5 WCC) USD..................................................OPP 63....................... @Arizona State...................70 52....................... @Wyoming..........................46 61....................... @San Diego State.............85 60..................Cal Poly Pomona..........68 55..................CS Fullerton..................67 55....................... @Hawaii................................58 65....................... @Hawaii................................84 86..................Seattle Pacific...............74 56..................Northwestern...............60 75..................Fordham.......................57 89..................Saint Ambrose.............64 69..................Northern Illinois..........79 60..................Loyola Marymount......56 62..................Pepperdine...................60 68..................Utah..............................77 53....................... @San Francisco*................65 62....................... @Santa Clara*.....................58 70....................... @US International*...........79 67..................Saint Mary’s*................69 67..................Gonzaga*.....................69 65..................Portland*......................61 58....................... @Portland*..........................64 59....................... @Gonzaga*.........................77 59..................Santa Clara*.................47 51..................San Francisco*.............39 73....................... @Pepperdine......................53 66....................... @Loyola Marymount*.....63 85....................... @Saint Mary’s.....................68 68..................US International*.........75

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1988-89 Coach: Kathy Marpe (10-10, 6-8 WCC) USD..................................................OPP 52....................... @Main...................................49 56....................... @Duke...................................64 47....................... @San Diego State.............82 48....................... @CS Fullerton.....................75 61....................... @Cal Poly Pomona............58 69..................UC Irvine.......................64 72..................Holy Cross....................86 59..................Murray State................73 38....................... @Utah...................................76 78....................... @Weber State.....................74 65....................... @Gonzaga...........................69

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60....................... @Portland............................61 63..................San Francisco...............61 69..................Santa Clara...................60 64....................... @Santa Clara*.....................66

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58....................... @San Francisco*................52 68..................Pepperdine*.................75 60..................Loyola Marymount*....73 57....................... @US International*...........64 53....................... @Loyola Marymount*.....63 75....................... @Pepperdine*....................73 54..................UC Santa Barbara........58 63....................... @Saint Mary’s*...................68 54....................... US International*..............68 72..................Portland.......................56 51..................Gonzaga*.....................46 71..................Saint Mary’s*................76

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1989-90 Coach: Kathy Marpe (17-10, 7-7 WCC) USD..................................................OPP 57..................UC Irvine.......................34 66....................... @New Mexico State.........71 81....................... @Monmouth %.................51 76....................... @San Diego State.............68 85..................Arizona.........................62 70....................... @UC Santa Barbara..........65 71....................... @Northern Arizona..........70 71..................CS Fullerton..................71 58..................Oregon State................51 84..................Arizona State...............62 64..................Iowa State.....................67 64..................Wisconsin-Green Bay..45 46....................... @Colorado...........................78 73....................... @Pepperdine*....................76 70....................... @Loyola Marymount*.....78 57..................Saint Mary’s*................59 58..................San Francisco*.............71 80....................... @Santa Clara*.....................63 66..................Santa Clara*.................53 54....................... @Portland*..........................64 62....................... @Gonzaga*.........................54 76..................Gonzaga*.....................56 80..................Portland*......................62 66....................... @San Francisco*................75 70....................... @Saint Mary’s*...................85 66..................Loyola Marymount*....85 72..................Pepperdine*.................56

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1990-91 Coach: Kathy Marpe (14-13, 9-5 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 75.............................. @San Diego State.........................79 72.............................. @Arizona...........................................74 68.............................. @Arizona State...............................76 90.............................. @San Jose State.............................66

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58.............................. @Oregon State...............................74 80....................... UC Irvine.................................50 63.............................. @CS Fullerton.................................85 58....................... Texas Tech...............................79 61....................... CS Northridge........................54 75....................... Colorado.................................77 61....................... UNLV.......................................71 58....................... Colorado State.......................48 89....................... Wyoming................................57 83.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................69 60.............................. @Loyloa Marymount*..................64 86....................... Saint Mary’s* (2ot) ..............79 64....................... San Francisco*........................57 65.............................. @Portland*.......................................52 65.............................. @Gonzaga* . ...................................61 77....................... Gonzaga* . .............................72 104..................... Portland*................................64 83.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................95 51....................... Santa Clara*...........................61 84.............................. @San Francisco*............................76 64.............................. @Saint Mary’s* (OT).....................83 93....................... Loyola Marymount* .............95 87.............................. Pepperdine*....................................68

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1991-92 Coach: Kathy Marpe (9-17, 4-10 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 68....................... San Diego State.....................72 59.............................. @Louisiana Tech............................77 95.............................. @Eastern Washington..................67 68.............................. @Providence....................................84 56.............................. @Long Beach State......................63 71....................... UC Irvine.................................67 76....................... Hawaii.....................................84 68.............................. @Stanford...................................... 103 81....................... Weber State............................55 70....................... UCLA.......................................78 76.............................. @Wyoming.......................................70 76.............................. @Colorado State............................72 69.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................45 51.............................. @San Francisco*............................73 72....................... Portland*................................74 65....................... Gonzaga*................................66 59.............................. @Santa Clara* ...............................96 69.............................. @Loyola Marymount* ................58 65.............................. @Pepperdine* ...............................89 58....................... Pepperdine*...........................70 68....................... Loyola Marymount*..............49 70.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................56 66.............................. @Portland*.......................................83 52....................... San Francisco*........................58 58....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................61 49....................... Santa Clara* ..........................69

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1992-93 Coach: Kathy Marpe (16-12, 8-6 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP

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66.............................. @San Diego State.........................72 68.............................. @Ala-Birmingham.........................71 61.............................. @Tenn-Chattanooga.....................75 87.............................. @Cal State Fullerton.....................64 56.............................. @Texas Tech.....................................99 66.............................. @New Mexico.................................43 90....................... Fresno Pacific.........................61 49....................... Stanford..................................71 56....................... Southern Nazarene...............55 66....................... Sacramento State..................52 83....................... CS Los Angeles.......................48 70....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................57 66....................... San Francisco*........................49 65.............................. @Portland*.......................................63 53.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................55 57....................... Santa Clara*...........................63 63....................... Loyola Marymount*..............49 54....................... Pepperdine*...........................63 68.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................63 40.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................45 87....................... Gonzaga*................................62 71....................... Portland*................................52 63.............................. @San Francisco*............................61 54.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................76 45.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................67 83.............................. @Pepperdine...................................67 64.............................. @Santa Clara...................................57 58.............................. @Nebraska.......................................81

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1993-94 Coach: Kathy Marpe (11-15, 6-8 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 68.............................. @Cal Poly Pomona........................70 62.............................. @UCLA...............................................82 51....................... San Diego State.....................72 87.............................. @Long Beach State......................67 69.............................. @Oregon State...............................79 72....................... CS Northridge........................56 73....................... Rice..........................................59 67....................... Oregon....................................74 67....................... Drake.......................................74 65.............................. @Fresno Pacific..............................46 67.............................. @Fresno State.................................80 82.............................. @Sacramento State......................66 91....................... Gonzaga*................................69 64....................... Portland*................................58 67.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................64 72.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................71 75....................... San Franciszo*.......................58 60....................... Santa Clara*...........................76 77....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................80 49.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................68 50.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................79 74....................... Loyola marymount*..............62 51....................... Pepperdine*...........................71 63.............................. @Portland*.......................................80 62.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................73 51.............................. @San Francisco*............................79

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1994-95 Coach: Kathy Marpe (11-15, 6-8 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 88.............................. Cal Poly Pomona...........................67 51....................... Louisiana Tech........................83 62.............................. @San Diego State.........................67 69....................... Fresno State...........................71 73....................... UCLA.......................................83 86....................... UC Santa Barbara..................71 56....................... Southwest Texas State..........67 54.............................. @Stanford.........................................96 72....................... Columbia................................49 71.............................. @CS Northridge.............................54 76.............................. @Cal Poly SLO.................................52 64.............................. @Gonzaga* (OT) ..........................77 62.............................. @Portland*.......................................83 65....................... Pepperdine*...........................54 73....................... Loyola Marymount*..............55 52.............................. @San Francisco*............................58 69....................... San Francisco*........................77 71.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................82 57.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................75 78....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................58 61....................... Santa Clara*...........................70 76.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................52 64.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................53 63....................... Portland*................................72 72....................... Gonzaga*................................71 65.............................. @Saint Mary’s..................................76

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1995-96 Coach: Kathy Marpe (11-15, 6-8 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 69.............................. @UCLA...............................................87 60....................... UC Irvine.................................70 47....................... San Diego State.....................60 69....................... CS Fullerton............................59 49.............................. @UC Santa Barbara......................76 52.............................. @Arizona...........................................87 72.............................. @Vermont.........................................87 70.............................. @UNC Greensboro (OT)..............67 61....................... Pittsburgh...............................58 81....................... Bucknell..................................56 59....................... Cal Poly SLO...........................53 75....................... CS Northridge........................40 62.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................57 54.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................47 78....................... Gonzaga*................................55 54....................... Portland*................................44 42....................... San Francisco*........................67 45.............................. @San Francisco*............................59 44.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................62 58.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................72 66....................... Santa Clara*...........................69 68.............................. Saint Mary’s*...................................71 57.............................. @Portland*.......................................90 57.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................68 68....................... Loyola Marymount*..............50 60....................... Pepperdine*...........................63 68.............................. @Santa Clara...................................57 52.............................. @Portland.........................................71 1996-97

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USD..................................................................OPP 61.............................. @UCLA...............................................73 34.............................. @San Diego State.........................55 66....................... Eastern Washington..............48 33.............................. @Louisiana Tech............................70 58.............................. @Western Illinois...........................62 83....................... UC Santa Barbara................109 62....................... Portland State........................58 65....................... Arizona....................................87 57....................... Oregon State..........................54 46....................... Fordham.................................55 64.............................. @CS Fullerton (OT) .....................63 43....................... Pennsylvania..........................64 41....................... Pepperdine*...........................71 53....................... Loyola Marymount*..............60 47.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................54 41.............................. @Portland*.......................................80 62.............................. Saint Mary’s*...................................77 53....................... Santa Clara*...........................57 43.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................80 46.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................69 38.............................. @San Francisco*............................69 43....................... San Francisco*........................73 59....................... Portland*................................61 60....................... Gonzaga*................................56 57.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................63 51.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................79 42.............................. @Portland*.......................................69 1997-98 Coach: Kathy Marpe (5-22, 1-13 WCC)

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USD..................................................................OPP 53.............................. @Long Beach State......................61 56....................... Toledo.....................................61 43.............................. @UC Irvine.......................................56 74....................... Fairfield...................................54 69.............................. @UCLA...............................................87 81....................... San Jose State........................64 61....................... CS Fullerton............................66 49....................... Cal Poly SLO...........................58 55.............................. @Denver............................................50 80....................... Lehigh.....................................51 70.............................. @Pacific.............................................54 84.............................. @Sacramento State (OT)............91 64.............................. @San Francisco*............................49 52.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................71 68....................... Gonzaga*................................62 57....................... Portland*................................56 47.............................. @Portland*.......................................78 57.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................50 67....................... Pepperdine*...........................64 66....................... Loyola Marymount*..............56 57.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................51 67.............................. @Pepperdine* (OT).......................58 49.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................76 44....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................53 49....................... Santa Clara*...........................75 39....................... San Francisco*........................58 49.............................. @Portland$......................................67

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1998-99 Coach: Kathy Marpe (14-13, 7-7 WCC)

USD..................................................................OPP 62....................... UC Irvine................................39 67.............................. @Fresno State (OT).......................80 80.............................. @Portland State..............................44 56.............................. @Eastern Washington..................35 67.............................. Yale%..................................................50 46.............................. Butler%..............................................62 58.............................. @Cal Poly SLO..................................68 62....................... Denver....................................57 75....................... Sacramento State...................44 68....................... Boston College.......................73 63....................... Long Beach State...................65 72....................... Pacific......................................60 58....................... San Francisco*........................49 53....................... Santa Clara*............................51 55....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................54 48.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................55 56.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................71 43.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................63 65....................... Loyola Marymount* ..............66 76....................... Pepperdine*...........................72 48.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................64 42.............................. @Portland*.......................................61 73....................... Portland* (OT).......................70 72....................... Gonzaga*................................54 51.............................. @Santa Clara*..................................67 52.............................. @San Francisco*.............................42 48.............................. @Portland........................................ 63

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1999-2000 Coach: Kathy Marpe (17-13, 7-7 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 60.............................. @Long Beach St.............................73 50....................... Minnesota...............................52 85.............................. Quinnipac%.....................................73 54.............................. Dayton%...........................................51 60.............................. @San Jose St...................................51 39.............................. @Pacific.............................................53 71....................... Fresno State...........................54 81....................... CS Northridge........................55 35.............................. @Tulsa................................................58 39.............................. @Oklahoma.....................................84 71.............................. @UC Irvine (OT).............................64 72.............................. @CS Fullerton.................................50 47....................... Pepperdine*...........................64 55....................... Loyola Marymount*..............57 73.............................. @Portland*.......................................58 60.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................57 51.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................72 62....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................75 72....................... Santa Clara*...........................58 48....................... San Francisco*........................44 62.............................. @San Francisco*............................53 55.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................71 77....................... Gonzaga*................................64 80....................... Portland* (OT)........................83 72.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................54 62.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................75 65.............................. @Loyola Marymount....................62 61.............................. @Santa Clara...................................56 68.............................. @Pepperdine...................................51 61.............................. @Notre Dame.................................87

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2000-2001 Coach: Kathy Marpe (10-16, 5-9 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 62....................... Long Beach State...................59 86.............................. @UCLA...............................................67 56....................... USC..........................................70 54.............................. @CS Northridge.............................58 73....................... UC Irvine.................................54 56....................... Tulso........................................65 63....................... Oklahoma (2OT)....................65 62....................... Oakland..................................72 97.............................. @UC Riverside.................................75 58....................... CS Fullerton............................45 55.............................. @Boise St. (OT)...............................59 70....................... Loyola Marymount*..............74 58....................... Pepperdine*...........................79 54.............................. @San Francisco*............................72 70.............................. @St. Mary’s*.....................................82 81....................... Gonzaga*................................55 80....................... Portland*................................73 41.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................61 64....................... Santa Clara*...........................63 53.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................85 42.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................64 54....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................71 57....................... San Francisco*........................54 63.............................. @Portland*.......................................74 84.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................80 53.............................. @Loyola Marymount....................63

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2001-2002 Coach: Kathy Marpe (13-15, 4-10 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 66.............................. @Denver............................................67 44.............................. @Colorado........................................83 73.............................. @Fordham........................................63 52.............................. @Hofstra............................................57 64....................... Pacific......................................63 79....................... UCLA.......................................51 73....................... San Jose State.........................63 73....................... Boise State..............................61 84....................... Sacramento State...................60 92.............................. @UC Irvine........................................53 92....................... U Texas San-Antonio..............43 67....................... Iowa State (OT).......................69 61....................... Centenary...............................42 64....................... Portland*................................60 65....................... Gonzaga* (OT)........................75 79....................... Santa Clara*............................69 62.............................. @Santa Clara*..................................70 65.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................73 75.............................. @Pepperdine* . ..............................85 55....................... San Francisco*........................79 60....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................70 63.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................48 51.............................. @Portland*.......................................65 65.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................87 63.............................. @San Francisco*.............................64 56....................... Pepperdine*...........................61 62....................... Loyola Marymount*...............60 52.............................. @Santa Clara....................................82

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2002-2003 Coach: Kathy Marpe (13-17, 5-9 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 73....................... Long Beach State...................58 56....................... Denver....................................37 56....................... Kansas.....................................59 61....................... UC Ivine...................................68 71.............................. @Sacramento State.......................45 53.............................. @Pacific.............................................50 72....................... San Diego State......................53 74.............................. @CS Fullerton..................................76 70.............................. @Nevada-Reno...............................80 92.............................. Nebraska%.......................................53 57.............................. Kent State%.....................................62 76.............................. @Dayton............................................66 57.............................. @Oakland.........................................65 43.............................. @Santa Clara*..................................77 65....................... Loyola Marymount*...............61 54....................... Pepperdine*...........................69 61.............................. @San Francisco*.............................57 51.............................. @St. Mary’s*......................................61 58....................... Gonzaga* ...............................67 78....................... Portland*................................66 80....................... Santa Clara*............................77 52.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................90 47.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................67 60....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................63 76....................... San Francisco*........................72 60.............................. @Portland*.......................................65 72.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................86 69.............................. @Saint Mary’s..................................56 66.............................. @San Francisco...............................54 53.............................. @Pepperdine...................................62

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2003-2004 Coach: Kathy Marpe (7-22, 1-13 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 44.............................. @UC Santa Barbara......................82 96....................... Nevada....................................74 64.............................. @UNLV . ............................................78 55.............................. @Georgia Southern......................71 75....................... New Mexico State (OT).........79 57....................... Long Beach State...................65 65.............................. @San Diego State.........................60 65.............................. @USC..................................................82 70....................... Pacific......................................66 77....................... Oral Roberts...........................57 65....................... Georgetown...........................58 47....................... Texas Tech...............................95 45.............................. @Kansas............................................64 47.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................56 52.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................63 49.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................90 53....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................45 74....................... San Francisco*........................83 63.............................. @Portland*.......................................75 58.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................61 52....................... Santa Clara*...........................60 66....................... Pepperdine*...........................69 48....................... Loyola Marymount*..............52 56.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................85 61.............................. @San Francisco*............................63

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56....................... Portland*................................78 53....................... Gonzaga*................................55 87.............................. @Saint Mary’s (OT).......................81 64.............................. @Portland.........................................76

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2004-2005 Coach: Kathy Marpe (9-19, 4-10 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 44.............................. @Arizona State................................70 64....................... San Diego State......................49 74....................... Clemson..................................73 69.............................. @Long Beach State.......................80 73.............................. @UC Riverside.................................53 43.............................. @Fresno State.................................68 65.............................. @San Diego State..........................60 47....................... USC..........................................68 71.............................. @Utah State.....................................68 50.............................. @New Mexico..................................58 80.............................. @Air Force (OT)...............................78 62....................... Vermont..................................70 74....................... Marquette...............................85 81.............................. @UC Irvine........................................86 56....................... Pepperdine*...........................78 49....................... Loyola Marymount*...............69 62....................... San Francisco*........................53 81.............................. @Portland*.......................................77 44.............................. @Gonzaga* .....................................67 75....................... Santa Clara*............................78 59....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................75 41.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................59 55.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................65 57.............................. @San Francisco*.............................62 104..................... Portland*................................61 59....................... Gonzaga*................................74 66....................... Pepperdine*...........................69 41.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................70 73.............................. @Santa Clara*..................................71 49.............................. @Loyola Marymount....................68

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2005-2006 Coach: Cindy Fisher (9-19, 4-10 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 53.............................. @UC Riverside.................................56 63....................... Arizona State..........................67 67.............................. @San Diego State..........................57 61.............................. @Washington..................................77 70.............................. @Pennsylvania................................59 64.............................. @Cal State Fullerton.....................46 50....................... Fresno State............................56 51.............................. @Georgia Tech................................56 68.............................. @Clemson.........................................72 51....................... Boise State..............................68 53....................... Montana State........................48 52....................... Duke......................................119 78....................... UC Irvine.................................48 57....................... Loyola Marymount*...............70 61....................... Pepperdine*...........................84 85.............................. @Santa Clara*..................................70 66.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................81 54.............................. @Portland*.......................................65 70....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................58 63....................... Santa Clara*............................67

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55.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................73 58.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................61 69....................... San Francisco*........................66 56.............................. @San Francisco*.............................59 58.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................63 51....................... Gonzaga*................................58 71....................... Portland*................................60 56.............................. Loyola Marymount~.....................61

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2006-2007 Coach: Cindy Fisher (21-9, 10-4 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 95.............................. @Cal State Northridge.................77 68....................... UC Riverside...........................53 76....................... San Diego State......................46 62....................... Georgia tech...........................59 59....................... Air Force..................................55 72.............................. @Pacific.............................................67 29.............................. @Boise State....................................47 37....................... Long Beach State...................53 74....................... Cal Poly...................................69 66....................... Cal State Bakersfield..............63 47....................... Cal State Fullerton.................36 76....................... Holy Cross...............................53 45....................... Texas.......................................73 61.............................. @Southern Utah.............................50 52....................... San Francisco*........................45 73....................... Pepperdine.............................71 50....................... Loyola Marymount*...............49 71.............................. @Santa Clara*..................................52 85.............................. @Saint Mary’s*................................53 74....................... Portland*................................66 82....................... Gonzaga*................................87 66.............................. @San Francisco...............................60 69.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................60 50.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................51 77....................... Santa Clara*............................52 47....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................51 58.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................71 81.............................. @Portland* (OT).............................75 69.............................. San Francisco~................................80 63.............................. UC Santa Barbara !.........................75

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2007-2008 Coach: Cindy Fisher (19-13, 7-7 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 66.............................. @CSU Bakersfield..........................76 79....................... Cal State Northridge.............50 82.............................. vs. Toledo..........................................62 55.............................. @Seton Hall.....................................69 63....................... Southern Utah.......................45 67....................... Dayton....................................68 62.............................. @Cal Poly..........................................53 53.............................. @San Diego State.........................58 63....................... UCLA.......................................57 68....................... Pacific......................................53 74.............................. @Cal State Fullerton.....................43 79....................... Appalachian State.................60 79....................... Texas.......................................81 89.............................. @UC Irvine.......................................83 62.............................. @San Francisco*............................80 76....................... Gonzaga*................................83

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75....................... Portland*................................76 64.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................66 63.............................. @St. Mary’s*.....................................71 72....................... Loyola Marymount*..............56 83....................... Pepperdine*...........................72 67....................... San Francisco*........................48 62.............................. @Portland*.......................................52 60.............................. @Gonzaga........................................76 66....................... Santa Clara*...........................53 81....................... St. Mary’s*...............................71 51.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................65 63.............................. @Loyola Marymount....................55 61....................... Portland..................................57 72....................... Santa Clara.............................66 70.............................. @Gonzaga........................................66 60.............................. vs. California....................................77

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2008-2009 Coach: Cindy Fisher (19-13, 7-7 WCC) USD..................................................................OPP 66....................... UC San Diego.........................51 66.............................. @UC Santa Barbara......................75 64.............................. @Cal State Northridge................51 64....................... Cal Poly...................................70 63....................... San Diego State.....................60 74....................... Seton Hall...............................72 53....................... UC Irvine.................................58 93.............................. @BYU Hawaii...................................65 81.............................. vs. Utah Valley State.....................70 58.............................. @Arizona...........................................66 58.............................. @UCLA...............................................95 65....................... Cal State Fullerton.................62 78....................... Illinois-Chicago......................65 69....................... Long Island.............................54 69....................... San Francisco*........................62 67....................... Santa Clara*...........................54 69.............................. @Pepperdine*.................................57 61.............................. @Loyola Marymount*..................78 74.............................. @Saint Mary’s* (2OT)...................76 66....................... Portland*................................74 73....................... Gonzaga*..............................109 70.............................. @Santa Clara*.................................54 68.............................. @San Francisco*............................49 59....................... Loyola Marymount*..............65 56....................... Pepperdine*...........................66 94....................... Saint Mary’s*..........................52 71.............................. @Portland*.......................................64 67.............................. @Gonzaga*......................................77 73.............................. vs. San Francisco*..........................64 76.............................. vs. Pepperdine*..............................69 74.............................. vs. Portland*....................................64 55.............................. vs. Gonzaga*....................................66

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The 2007-08 Toreros won the WCC Championship Tournament and made it the first round of the NCAA tournament.

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LaKia Alexander............................................ ‘96-98 Heidi Ambrose............................................... ‘93-97 Kari Ambrose................................................. ‘94-99 Malia Andagan.............................................. ‘93-97 Janeene Arendsen....................................... ‘98-02 Mchelle Augustavo...................................... ‘04-06

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Mary Beth Basile........................................... ‘95-96 Link Bauma..................................................... ‘80-81 Kelli Behrens................................................... ‘85-87 Julia Bennett..................................‘09-pres. Cassidy Blaine................................................ ‘01-02 Charlene Bippes............................................ ‘91-92 Amanda Bishop............................................. ‘96-00 Jill Bradley....................................................... ‘82-84 Charisse Bremond........................................ ‘82-84 Michele Brovelli............................................. ‘92-96 Bambi Bruning............................................... ‘82-85 Christine Burke.............................................. ‘83-87 Andrea Burns................................................. ‘96-00 Jeanne Burns.................................................. ‘82-83 Sharon Butler................................................. ‘78-79

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Erica Carlson..................................‘06-pres. Erin Characklis............................................... ‘87-88 Sam Child.......................................‘07-pres. Rachael Chism .............................................. ‘88-90 Brandi Collato................................................. 01-06 Brittany Conger.............................‘09-pres. Dominique Conners......................‘08-pres. Angie Cooper................................................. ‘91-92 Jean Corley..................................................... ‘79-81 Jamie Corwin................................................. ‘02-04 Cathy Cunningham...................................... ‘87-88

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Jean Dangler.................................................. ‘78-79 Vicki De Jesus................................................. ‘91-95 Maggie Dixon ............................................... ‘95-99 Polly Dong........................................................ 02-06 Julie Doria....................................................... ‘88-92 Michelle Dykstra........................................... ‘82-84

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Candida Echeverria...................................... ‘86-90 Serena Eiermann.......................................... ‘91-95

Chris Enger...................................................... ‘89-93 Christi English................................................ ‘86-91 Erin Epperson................................................. ‘99-01 Susie Erpelding............................................. ‘95-00 Meg Estey........................................................ ‘86-88 Julie Evans....................................................... ‘85-87 Annette Everett............................................. ‘80-82

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Jane Gilpin...................................................... ‘85-88 Melissa Glazebrook...................................... ‘98-02 Emily Gleason................................................ ‘88-89 Debbie Gollnick............................................ ‘88-92 Mary Goofrey................................................. ‘83-85 Katie Graves.................................................... ‘03-04 Jessica Gray..................................................... ‘96-00 Michele Greir.................................................. ‘79-82

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Lynn Hajoukovich......................................... ‘82-86 Sue Hampton................................................. ‘82-85 Valerie Hardie ............................................... ‘79-81 Kiela Harper.................................................... ‘80-81 Tiara Harris....................................................... 02-06 Emily Hatch....................................‘07-pres. Lindsay Helvey................................................ 02-06 Morgan Henderson........................06-pres. Kiva Herman................................................... ‘05-09 Madeleine Herrill.......................................... ‘79-81 Amy Hillenbrand........................................... ‘83-84 Ali Hinga.......................................................... ‘99-00 Therese Hollcraft........................................... ‘82-83 London Houchin........................................... ‘06-07 Molly Hunter.................................................. ‘87-91 Kristen Hurst................................................... ‘04-05

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Andrea Jacobson.......................................... ‘03-04 Sara Jane.......................................................... ‘80-82 Amber Jansen................................................ ‘99-00 Nya Jensen...................................................... ‘92-95 Lynda Jones.................................................... ‘88-92

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Geri Kale ......................................................... ‘78-79 Michele Keel . ................................................ ‘78-79 Laura King ..................................................... ‘92-96

Karen Kristovich . ......................................... ‘79-80 Andrea Krug................................................... ‘02-03

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Julie Lemery................................................... ‘88-92 Rochelle Lightner......................................... ‘87-90 Jamie Lucia..................................................... ‘97-00 Sabine Loewe.................................................. 03-07

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Kaila Mangrum.............................................. ‘05-09 Paula Mascari................................................. ‘86-90 Nya Mason......................................‘07-pres. Michelle McDonald...................................... ‘79-80 Katie McGlennen.......................................... ‘95-97 Lisa McNamee .............................................. ‘80-81 Erin Malich...................................................... ‘99-03 Marta Menuez............................................... ‘00-04 Barbara Minear.............................................. ‘79-82 Chayo Moreno............................................... ‘81-82 Hannah Morgenstern............................................. ‘06-09

Lori Morris ...................................................... ‘80-84 Michol Murray .............................................. ‘94-97

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Kerri Nakamoto............................................. ‘99-03 Martha Nelson............................................... ‘79-83

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Cathy O’Brien................................................. ‘83-87 Libby O’Connor............................................. ‘78-79

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Melissa Padgett............................................. ‘00-04 Cathy Perkins................................................. ‘86-90 Jennifer Perles............................................... ‘79-82 Maria Perez-Barris......................................... ‘98-00 Sheila Peyrebrune........................................ ‘95-97 Chato Platero................................................. ‘90-92 Marie Plocher................................................. ‘99-03 Jessica Porter................................................. ‘92-93

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Amanda Rego................................................ ‘04-08 Maribeth Reuss.............................................. ‘83-84 Kim Reynolds................................................. ‘86-87 Renee Richardson........................................ ‘93-95 Amy Roban..................................................... ‘98-99

Kim Rubenstein............................................. ‘90-91 Alice Russell.................................................... ‘04-05

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Kelly Schroeder............................................. ‘83-87 Tammy Schroeder........................................ ‘95-97 Pat Sencion..................................................... ‘93-97 Jill Shaver......................................................... ‘90-94 Megan Shaw................................................... ‘87-88 Debbie Sinopoli............................................ ‘85-88 Karen Skemp.................................................. ‘84-88 Sherrie Smith................................................. ‘90-91 Melisa Sortino................................................ ‘90-94 Amber Sprague............................................. ‘04-09 Mary Stanbra.................................................. ‘81-85 Alcha Strane................................................... ‘06-08 Angie Straub.................................................. ‘89-93

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Christine Takara..........................................05-pres. Debbie Theroux............................................ ‘83-86 Laura Thomas................................................. ‘80-83 Nailah Thompson......................................... ‘94-98 Delia Toothman............................................. ‘94-95 Katie Trungale................................................ ‘96-98 Justine Tuhakaraina..................................... ‘94-98 Jennifer Tuiolosega...................................... ‘97-00

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Sara Vanderhorst...........................‘06-pres. Tina Vierra....................................................... ‘84-85 Brittany Volk................................................... ‘91-93 Ashley Voisinet............................................... 03-07

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Katie Watson.................................................. ‘03-04 Lorice Watson................................................ ‘93-95 Lorraine Watson............................................ ‘93-95 Peggy Weaver................................................ ‘82-86 Jen Wedo......................................................... ‘99-03 Debbie Weinreis............................................ ‘80-81 Felicia Wijenberg...........................‘09-pres. Michele Willard.............................................. ‘85-86 Danesia Williamson.......................‘09-pres. Kelly Winther.................................................. ‘05-09 Morgan Woodrow..........................‘08-pres.

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Detra Young.................................................... ‘90-92


NCAA COMPLIANCE

I want to play Division I intercollegiate athletics at San Diego… What do I need to do in order to play at San Diego as a freshman? If you intend to participate in Division I or II athletics as a freshman, you must register and be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. Your high school counselor should provide you with a brochure titled, “NCAA Guide for the College-Bound StudentAthlete.” In order to be registered with the Eligibility Center, you should create an account at www.eligibilitycenter.org and pay the registration fee of $60 for US students or $85 for international students. Then work with your high school counselor to ensure that an official copy of your high-school transcript, which includes your SAT or ACT score(s), is sent to the Eligibility Center. When registering for the SAT or ACT, you should use the NCAA Eligibility Center code (9999) as a score recipient. After graduation and before the school closes for the summer, your school also must send the Eligibility Center a copy of your final transcript that confirms graduation from high school. Your counselors can obtain registration materials, at no cost, by calling the clearinghouse at (877) 262-1492 or (317) 223-0700 for international callers. How do I know if I’m being recruited? You become a “prospective student-athlete” when you start ninth-grade classes. Before the ninth grade, you become a prospective student-athlete if a college gives you (or your relatives or friends) any financial aid or other benefits that the college does not provide prospective students generally. You become a “recruited prospective student-athlete” at a particular college if any coach approaches you (or any member of your family) about enrolling and participating in athletics at that college. Activities by coaches that cause you to become a recruited prospective student-athlete are (1) providing you with an official visit; (2) placing more than one telephone call to you or any other member of your family; or (3) visiting you or any other member of your family anywhere other than the college campus. Boosters: In addition to general recruiting regulations, no alumni, boosters or representatives of a college’s athletics interests can be involved in your recruitment. There can be no phone calls or letters from boosters. If a USD booster is contacting you, please call the San Diego Compliance Office as soon as possible at (619) 260-4755. Don’t risk your NCAA eligibility! When can I talk to the coach and have him/her see me play? Telephone Calls: In Women’s Basketball, a prospect may receive a telephone call once per month in April, May and June 1-20, once between June 21 and June 30 after your junior year, three times in July after your junior year (maximum of one call per week), and may start receiving additional calls after August 1 of your senior year. After this, a college coach is limited to one telephone call per week to you (or

your parents or legal guardians), except that unlimited calls to you (or your parents or legal guardians) may be made under the following circumstances: (1) during the five days immediately before your official visit by the college you will be visiting; (2) on the day of a coach’s off-campus contact with you by that coach; (3) on the initial date for signing the National Letter of Intent in your sport through two days after the initial signing date; and (4) you (or your parents) may telephone a coach at your expense as often as you wish. After a National Letter of Intent is signed, unlimited calls may be placed to the prospect. Off-Campus Contacts: A college coach may contact you in person off the college campus beginning September 16 of your senior year. The contact must take place on the prospect’s high school campus and follow restrictions on the sport’s recruiting calendar. A contact is any face-to-face meeting between a college coach or athletics staff member and you or your parents, during which any of you say more than “hello.” Also, any such face-to-face meeting that is prearranged or that takes place on your campus, at an organized competition or practice involving you or your high school, preparatory school, two-year college or all-star team shall be considered a contact, regardless of the conversation. However, a college coach may visit your high school (with the approval of your high school principal) only once a week during contact period. Evaluations: An evaluation is any off-campus activity used to assess your academic qualifications or athletics ability, including a visit to your high school (during which no contact occurs) or watching you practice or compete at any site. In women’s basketball, a coach has two evaluation opportunities and three contact opportunities. Once you sign a National Letter of Intent, you may be evaluated an unlimited number of times by a college coach from the college with which you have signed. Letters: Letters and printed recruiting information may be sent to you starting September 1st at the beginning of your junior year in high school. However, you may still contact a university prior to this date to receive general (non-athletic related) information. You may also complete an athletic questionnaire prior to this date. What Can I Receive from San Diego? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement or arrangement, such as cash, clothing, camp, improper expenses, transportation, gifts or loans to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent or attend an NCAA college.

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#2 Dominique Conners Sophomore Guard Oceanside, CA

#5 Julia Bennett Freshman Guard Pearland, TX

#10 Danesia Williamnson Freshman Guard San Diego, CA

#11 Sara VanderHorst RS Junior Forward Pleasanton, CA

#13 Felicia Wijenberg Freshman Forward Mapple Ridge, B.C.

#22 Morgan Woodrow Sophomore Forward Fremont, CA

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#24 Sam Child Junior Guard Portland, OR

#32 Brittany Conger Freshman Forward Fountain Hills, AZ

#35 Emily Hatch Junior Forward Portland, OR

#42 Nya Mason RS Junior Center Portland, OR

#50 Morgan Henderson Senior Forward Leawood, KS

#54 Erica Carlson RS Junior Center Tucson, AZ

Hannah Morgenstern Undergraduate Assistant

Beth Bradley Graduate Assistant

Tiara Harris Assistant Coach

Niecee Nelson Assistant Coach

Mary Ann Falcosky Assistant Coach

Cindy Fisher Head Coach



2009-10 University of San Diego Women's Basketball Media Guide