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Big 12 Women`s Basketball
Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Baylor Lady Bears
Dr. John M. Lilley
President
Ian McCaw
Athletics Director
Michael Rogers, J.D.
Faculty Athletics
Representative
Quick Facts
Location: Waco, Texas
Founded: 1845 (oldest institution of higher learning in Texas)
Enrollment: 14,040
Colors: Green & Gold
Nickname: Lady Bears
Arena: Ferrell Center (10,284)
President: Dr. John M. Lilley
Athletics Director: Ian McCaw
FAR: Michael Rogers, J.D.
SWA: Nancy Post
Head Coach: Kim Mulkey
Women’s Basketball Phone: (254) 710-3947
SID Contact: Julie Bennett
SID Phone: (254) 710-3042
SID Cell Phone: (254) 709-9657
SID Home Phone: (254) 857-4373
SID Fax: (254) 710-1369
Press Row Phone: (254) 710-3955
SID E-mail: [email protected]
Internet Site: www.BaylorBears.com
2005-06 Record: 26-7 (.788)
[12-1 Home, 7-4 Away, 7-2 Neutral]
2005-06 Big 12 Record/Finish: 12-4 (.750)/2nd
[7-1 Home, 5-3 Away]
2006 Big 12 Championship: 2-1 (Runner-up)
Postseason: NCAA 2-1 (Sweet 16)
All-Time Record: 552-442 (.555)
*All-Time Big 12 Record: 92-68 (.575)
All-Time Big 12 Championship Record: 12-9 (.571)
Big 12 Championships: One (2005)
Total Conference Championships: One (2005)
NCAA Tournament Appearances: Five (‘01, ‘02,
‘04, ‘05, ‘06)
NCAA Tournament Record: 11-4 (.733)
NCAA Championships: One (2005)
*Regular season games only, 1996-06
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Nancy Post
Senior Woman
Administrator
Julie Bennett
Associate Media
Relations Director
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Baylor Lady Bears
2006-07 Roster
No.
22
14
1
13
5
3
32
44
15
20
11
12
Name
Haylee Abbe
Rachel Allison
Jessika Bradley
Latara Darrett
Whitney Jones
Jessica Morrow
Bernice Mosby
Kaitlin Oberg
Jhasmin Player
Angela Tisdale
Danielle Wilson
Latoya Wyatt
Pos.
G
F/P
F/P
G
G
G/F
F
F
G
G
P
G
Ht.
5-10
6-1
6-3
5-10
5-5
6-2
6-1
6-2
5-10
5-5
6-3
5-7
Cl/Exp
Fr/HS
So/1L
Fr/HS
Fr/HS
Fr/HS
So/1L
Sr/TR
Fr/HS
So/1L
Jr/2L
Fr/HS
Sr/2L
Numerical Roster
Hometown/HS/College
Waco, Texas/Robinson
Jonesboro, Ark./Jonesboro
Sacramento, Calif./Sacramento
Chino, Calif./IMG Pendleton Academy (Fla.)
West Monroe, La./West Monroe
Humble, Texas/Humble
Brooksville, Fla./Hernando/Florida
West Islip, N.Y./St. John the Baptist
Bay City, Texas/Bay City
Austin, Texas/Del Valle
Bay Shore, N.Y./St. John the Baptist
Fort Worth, Texas/L.D. Bell/McLennan CC
No.
1
3
5
11
12
13
14
15
20
22
32
44
Name
Bradley
Morrow
Jones
Wilson
Wyatt
Darrett
Allison
Player
Tisdale
Abbe
Mosby
Oberg
2006-07 Schedule
2006-07 Team Information
Letterwinners Returning: 5
Letterwinners Lost: 5
Starters Returning: 2
Angela Tisdale, G, 5-5, Jr, 11.7 ppg, 2.9 rpg
Jessica Morrow, G/F, 6-2, So, 7.6 ppg, 3.1 rpg
Starters Lost: 3
Sophia Young, F, 6-1, 22.3 ppg, 10.0 rpg
Abiola Wabara, F, 6-0, 8.4 ppg, 5.8 rpg
Chameka Scott, G, 6-0, 8.7 ppg, 6.4 rpg
Other Returning Letterwinners: 3
Rachel Allison, F/P, 6-1, So, 5.2 ppg, 4.7 rpg
Jhasmin Player, G, 5-10, So, 3.4 ppg, 1.2 rpg
Latoya Wyatt, G, 5-7, Sr, 3.2 ppg, 1.2 rpg
Other Letterwinners Lost: 2
Jordan Davis, G, 5-9, 4.5 ppg, 1.2 rpg
Tricia Abbott, P, 6-3, 2.2 ppg, 2.5 rpg
Newcomers: 7
Bernice Mosby, F, 6-1, Sr/TR, Brooksville, Fla.
Jessika Bradley, F/P, 6-3, Fr, Sacramento, Calif.
Latara Darrett, G, 5-10, Fr, Chino, Calif.
Whitney Jones, G, 5-5, Fr, West Monroe, La.
Kaitlin Oberg, F, 6-2, Fr, West Islip, N.Y.
Danielle Wilson, P, 6-3, Fr, Bay Shore, N.Y.
Haylee Abbe, G, 5-10, Fr, Waco, Texas
November
2 Louisiana College (Exh.)
Waco
7:00 p.m.
7 Houston Jaguars (Exh.)
Waco
7:00 p.m.
10 1- North Texas
Waco
7:00 p.m.
12 1- TBD TBD
TBD
16 1- TBD
TBD
TBD
19 1- TBD
TBD
TBD
21 LSU
Waco
7:00 p.m.
24 2- Central Florida
Grand Bahamas
2:30 p.m.
25 2- Virginia/South Dakota State
Grand Bahamas
12/2:30 p.m.
30 TAMU-Corpus Christi
Waco
7:00 p.m.
DECEMBER
2 Southeast Missouri
Waco
7:00 p.m.
4 Sam Houston State
Waco
7:00 p.m.
13 Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Waco
7:00 p.m.
17 at UCLA [FSN]
Los Angeles
2:30 p.m.
28 North Carolina A&T
Waco
4:00 p.m.
30 Prairie View A&M
Waco
2:00 p.m.
JANUARY
3 Texas Tech*
Waco
7:00 p.m.
6 at Kansas* [FSN]
Lawrence, Kan.
3:00 p.m.
10 Oklahoma*
Waco
7:00 p.m.
13 at Texas A&M* [FSN]
College Station, Texas
3:30 p.m.
20 Kansas State* [FSN]
Waco
1:00 p.m.
24 at Texas* [CSTV]
Austin, Texas
7:00 p.m.
27 at Oklahoma State*
Stillwater, Okla.
1:30 p.m.
31 Missouri*
Waco
7:00 p.m.
FEBRUARY
3 at Nebraska* [FSN]
Lincoln, Neb.
2:30 p.m.
7 at Texas Tech*
Lubbock, Texas
7:00 p.m.
10 Iowa State*
Waco
7:00 p.m.
14 Oklahoma State
Waco
7:00 p.m.
18 Texas [CSTV]*
Waco
2:00 p.m.
21 at Colorado*
Boulder, Colo.
8:00 p.m.
25 Texas A&M* [ESPN2]
Waco
2:00 p.m.
28 at Oklahoma*
Norman, Okla.
7:30 p.m.
MARCH
6-10 Phillips 66 Big 12 ChampionshipOklahoma City, Okla.
All Times Central
Key: * Big 12 Game; [ ] TV Game; 1-Preseason WNIT; 2-Grand Bahamas
Junkaroo Jam, Freeport, Grand Bahamas Island
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Baylor Lady Bears
2005-06 Results
Overall: 26-7 (12-1 Home, 7-4 Away, 7-2 Neutral)
Big 12: 12-4 (7-1 Home, 5-3 Away)
Date
Opponent
November
13
1-Georgia [ESPN2] (8/5) 18
UCLA [FSN]
19
at Indiana
22
TAMU-Corpus Christi
26
2-California
27
2-Marshall
DECEMBER
2
Washington
13
McNeese State
17
at Army
29
Sam Houston
JANUARY
4
at Missouri*
7
Texas* [FSN] (23/24)
11
Oklahoma State*
15
at Texas Tech* [FSN]
18
Texas A&M*
21
Oklahoma* (17/17)
25
at Iowa State*
28
Kansas* [CSTV]
30
at LSU [ESPN2] (3/5)
FEBRUARY
4
at Oklahoma State*
8
Nebraska* 12
at Oklahoma* [FSN] (9/12)
15
at Texas A&M* (21/23)
19
Texas Tech* [FSN]
22
Colorado*
25
at Kansas State*
MARCH
1
at Texas* [FSN]
8
3-Kansas State
9
3-Texas A&M
11
3-Oklahoma (8/8)
18
4-Northern Arizona [ESPN2]
20
4-New Mexico [ESPN2] (23/24)
25
4-Maryland [ESPN] (3/3)
Score
W 84-72
W 93-85
W 74-62
W 92-64
W 75-58
W 74-47
W 81-74
W 72-36
W 85-68
W 82-42
L 64-61
W 61-48
W 57-26
L 62-64
W 60-49
L 70-73
W 79-64
W 90-40
L 57-88
W 81-54
W 91-69
L 77-81 (OT)
W 84-59
W 73-60
W 86-40
W 79-70
W 72-64
W 79-74 (OT)
W 53-52
L 61-72
W 74-56
W 87-67
L 63-82
Key: * Big 12 Game; [ ] TV Game; 1-State Farm Tip-Off Classic,
Lubbock, Texas; 2-Caribbean Classic, Cancun, Mexico; 3-Phillips
66 Big 12 Championship, Dallas, Texas; 4-NCAA Championship,
Tucson, Ariz., and Albuquerque, N.M.
Ferrell Center
Location: 1900 South University Parks Drive, Waco, TX 76706
Capacity: 10,284
Largest Crowd (women’s basketball): 10,550 (vs. Texas Tech, 3/3/05)
Year Opened: 1988
Record: 158-87 (.645)
Ticket Information: 1-800-229-5678, Ext. 7
Year-by-Year
Year Coach
Big 12
Pct.
1975 Olga Fallen
1976 Olga Fallen
1977 Olga Fallen
1978 Olga Fallen
1979 Olga Fallen
1980 Pam Bowers
1981 Pam Bowers
1982 Pam Bowers
1983 Pam Bowers
4-4 (T5/SWC) .500
1984 Pam Bowers
9-7 (T4/SWC) .563
1985 Pam Bowers
7-9 (T5/SWC) .438
1986 Pam Bowers
4-12 (7/SWC) .250
1987 Pam Bowers
5-11 (T6/SWC) .313
1988 Pam Bowers
3-13 (8/SWC) .188
1989 Pam Bowers
1-15 (9/SWC) .063
1990 Pam Bowers
1-15 (9/SWC) .063
1991 Pam Bowers
3-13 (8/SWC) .188
1992 Pam Bowers
3-11 (8/SWC)
.214
1993 Pam Bowers
6-8 (5/SWC)
.423
1994 Pam Bowers
4-10 (7/SWC) .286
1995 Sonja Hogg
4-10 (7/SWC) .286
1996 Sonja Hogg
3-11 (7/SWC)
.214
1997 Sonja Hogg
7-9 (T8th)
.438
1998 Sonja Hogg
10-6 (T5th)
.625
1999 Sonja Hogg
8-8 (T5th)
.500
2000 Sonja Hogg
2-14(12th)
.125
2001 Kim Mulkey
9-7 (6th)
.563
2002 Kim Mulkey
12-4 (2nd)
.750
2003 Kim Mulkey
8-8 (7th)
.500
2004 Kim Mulkey
10-6 (T4th)
.626
2005 Kim Mulkey
14-2 (1st)
.875
2006 Kim Mulkey
12-4 (2nd)
.750
OVERALL
149-217
.407
Southwest Conference
57-149
.277
Big 12
92-68
.575
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Overall
30-11
31-6
34-10
33-8
17-13
4-24
29-11
16-11
16-14
15-12
12-14
6-21
8-20
10-20
3-23
4-23
9-17
11-17
12-16
13-14
13-14
11-19
15-13
20-11
17-14
7-20
21-9
27-6
24-11
26-9
33-3
26-7
552-442
Pct.
.732
.838
.773
.805
.567
.143
.725
.593
.533
.556
.462
.222
.286
.333
.115
.148
.346
.393
.429
.481
.481
.367
.536
.645
.548
.259
.700
.818
.686
.743
.917
.788
.555
Postseason
WNIT Finals
WNIT
NCAA
NCAA
WNIT Finals
NCAA Regional
NCAA Champions
NCAA Regional
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Baylor Lady Bears
Head Coach
Kim Mulkey
(Louisiana Tech, 1984)
The Mulkey File
Record at Baylor: 157-45 (6 years)
Major College Record: Same
Hometown: Hammond, La.
Birthdate: May 17, 1962
Coaching Experience:
Assistant Coach, Louisiana Tech, 1985-00
Head Coach, Baylor, 2000-Present
Assistant Coaches
Playing Experience:
Louisiana Tech, 1980-84
Education:
Bachelor’s from Louisiana Tech (1984)
Coaching Achievements: Led Baylor to the Big 12’s first basketball national title
(men’s or women’s) in 2005 with a 33-3 mark; Became the first person in women’s
basketball history to win a national championship as both a player (Louisiana Tech)
and head coach, and only the third person to accomplish this feat in both men’s
and women’s basketball; Also won the ‘05 Big 12 regular season and championship
titles en route to her first Big 12 Coach of the Year honor; Turned around the Baylor
fortunes in her six years leading the Lady Bears to six postseason appearances, including all five of the school’s NCAA Tournament appearances; During her 19-year
tenure at Lousiana Tech as both a player and coach was associated with 11 Final
Four squads and three national championship teams; Has played or coached in the
national championship game on seven occasions; While an assistant coach, helped
lead the Lady Techsters to a 430-68 record and seven Final Fours; A member of
the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame,
National High School Hall of Fame, Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame, and Louisiana
Tech Athletics Hall of Fame.
Karen Aston
Associate Head Coach
(Ark.-Little Rock, 1987)
Mulkey’s Year-by-Year Coaching Record
Year
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
Overall
School
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Baylor
Record
21-9
27-6
24-11
26-9
33-3
26-7
Pct.
.700
.818
.686
.743
.917
.788
Conference
9-7
12-4
8-8
10-6
14-2
12-4
Pct.
.563
.750
.500
.626
.875
.750
6 years
157-45
.777
65-31
.677
Postseason
NCAA
NCAA
WNIT Finals
NCAA Regional
NCAA Champion
NCAA Regional
Jennifer Roberts
(La. Tech, 1997)
Damion McKinney
Midwestern State,
1998)
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Baylor Lady Bears
The 2006-07 Lady Bears’ roster will be bolstered by senior
transfer Bernice Mosby who averaged 15.5 points and 8.6
rebounds as a junior at Florida.
Five letterwinners, including two starters (Angela Tisdale,
Jessica Morrow), return from last year’s Sweet 16 team.
The Lady Bears’ three sophomores saw extensive playing
time last season. The teams’ only upperclassmen this year
are two seniors and a junior.
Angela Tisdale is the squad’s top returning scorer after
averaging 11.7 points per game last season.
BU has made six consecutive postseason appearances
under head coach Kim Mulkey, including three straight
Regionals and the 2005 national championship.
Baylor’s incoming recruiting class of six freshmen was
ranked No. 1 by All Star Girls Report.
Angela Tisdale
2005-06 Statistics
Season
Record: 26-7 Home: 12-1 Road: 7-4 Neutral: 7-2
## Player
GP-GS Min FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.
33 Young, Sophia
33-33 33.7 301-551 .546
0-1
.000 134-190 .705
20 Tisdale, Angela
30-30 31.4 109-264 .413 31-92
.337 101-125 .808
35 Wabara, Abiola
33-33 24.7 103-248 .415
0-0
.000 80-134 .597
21 Scott, Chameka
33-33 30.9 107-288 .372 47-148 .318
25-33 .758
03 Morrow, Jessica
30-18 20.7 89-228 .390 21-64
.328
28-38 .737
14 Allison, Rachel
33-3 17.6 53-116 .457
0-0
.000
67-91 .736
22 Davis, Jordan
33-4 16.3 46-132 .348 36-107 .336
20-21 .952
15 Player, Jhasmin
32-0 12.1 41-113 .363
1-3
.333
26-34 .765
12 Wyatt, Latoya
30-11 14.1 32-90 .356 11-35
.314
21-31 .677
34 Abbott, Tricia
26-0 8.2 20-50 .400
0-0
.000
18-34 .529
TMTeam
Total
33 901-2080 .433 147-450 .327 520-731 .711
Opponents
33 731-1933 .378 151-485 .311 411-610 .674
Off
101
9
71
81
36
70
7
8
8
26
66
486
414
Def Tot
228 329
78 87
121 192
129 210
58 94
84 154
31 38
29 37
27 35
39 65
59 125
8841370
797 1211
Avg
10.0
2.9
5.8
6.4
3.1
4.7
1.2
1.2
1.2
2.5
3.9
41.5
36.7
PF FO A TO
66
1 70 66
78
2 175 91
105
5 55 51
58
1 57 51
54
0 37 47
78
0 33 29
25
0 40 35
47
0 43 39
35
0 25 24
22
0 8 13
1
1
569
9 543 448
636
- 372 595
BLK ST Pts
33 71 736
6 51 350
40 44 286
20 57 286
19 20 227
16 33 173
4 10 148
2 42 109
1 21 96
20 5 58
161 3542469
99 2042024
Avg
22.3
11.7
8.7
8.7
7.6
5.2
4.5
3.4
3.2
2.2
Avg
10.1
2.8
6.9
2.8
5.6
5.1
1.1
2.5
1.1
0.8
3.3
40.7
35.4
PF FO A TO BLK ST Pts
25
0 33 37
19 40 360
42
1 89 52
2 30 180
28
1 31 26
11 32 149
28
0 21 28
8 13 126
51
2 26 27
21 23 119
41
0 17 13
9 22 82
13
0 19 16
3 5 79
10
0 5
1
8 3 32
20
0 16 17
0 17 40
14
0 9
6
0 9 16
0
0
272
4 266 223
81 194 1183
291
- 173 297
53 100 925
Avg
22.5
11.3
9.3
9.0
7.4
5.1
4.9
3.2
2.7
1.1
74.8
61.3
Conference-Only
Record: 12-4 Home: 7-1 Road: 5-3
## Player
GP-GS Min FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.
33 Young, Sophia
16-16 34.9 146-264 .553
0-0
.000
68-89 .764
20 Tisdale, Angela
16-16 31.6 53-137 .387 18-49
.367
56-68 .824
21 Scott, Chameka
16-16 32.4 55-146 .377 26-72
.361
13-16 .813
03 Morrow, Jessica
14-11 23.3 50-118 .424 11-32
.344
15-18 .833
35 Wabara, Abiola
16-16 375 36-109 .330
0-0
.000
47-70 .671
14 Allison, Rachel
16-3 18.8 29-55 .527
0-0
.000
24-35 .686
22 Davis, Jordan
16-1 16.5 25-56 .446 21-45
.467
8-9
.889
34 Abbott, Tricia
10-0 8.8 12-23 .522
0-0
.000
8-13
.615
15 Player, Jhasmin
15-0 9.8 15-42 .357
0-0
.000
10-13 .769
12 Wyatt, Latoya
14-1 10.1
7-27 .259
0-6
.000
2-4
.500
TMTeam
Total
16 428-977 .438 76-204 .373 251-335 .749
Opponents
16 338-910 .371 65-210 .310 184-292 .630
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Off Def Tot
48 114 162
3
42 45
45
66 111
16
23 39
36
53 89
35
46 81
5
13 18
11
14 25
3
14 17
0
11 11
27
26 53
229 422 651
206 361 567
73.9
57.8
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Baylor Lady Bears
School Records
INDIVIDUAL
Single Game
Points: 54, Mary Lowry vs. Texas (2/16/94)
Field Goals: 19, Maggie Stinnett vs. Southwest Texas (12/13/86)
Field Goal Pct.: 1.000 (12-12), LaNita Luckey vs. UCSB (12/1/91)
3-Point Field Goals: 9, Mandy Hayworth vs. Southwest Texas
(12/7/99)
Free Throws: 20, Mary Lowry vs. Texas (2/16/94)
Free Throw Pct.: 1.000 (13-13), Toya Ellis vs. UTA (3/12/99)
Free Throws: 517, Steffanie Blackmon (2001-05)
Free Throw Pct.: .833 (265-318), Jessika Stratton
(2000-04)
Rebounds: 2,176, Suzie Eppers (1973-77)
Assists: 457, Chelsea Whitaker (2002-05)
Blocks: 159, Steffanie Blackmon (2001-05)
Steals: 341, Suzie Eppers (1973-77)
TEAM
Game
Points: 129 vs. UTPA (1976-77 season)
Rebounds: 25, Sophia Young vs. Auburn (4/4/03)
Field Goals: 52 vs. Trinity (3/2/78)
Baylor vs.
The Big 12
Colorado: 6-8
Home: 4-3
Away: 2-5
Neutral: 0-0
Iowa State: 7-5
Home: 4-1
Away: 2-3
Neutral: 1-1
Kansas: 9-6
Home: 6-2
Away: 2-3
Neutral: 1-1
Assists: 18, Darleen Primeaux vs. McNeese State (1/21/83)
Blocks: 7, Maggie Stinnett vs. New Orleans (12/29/86) and Carol
Reeves vs. Southern Miss (11/28/79) and Northwestern State
(2/9/80)
Steals: 12, Debbie Polk vs. Texas Tech (1/31/81)
Season
Points: 1,082, Suzie Eppers (1976-77)
Scoring Average: 24.6, Suzie Eppers (1976-77)
Field Goal Pct.: .672 (39-58) vs. Oklahoma (2/1/98) Kansas State: 9-9
Home: 5-1
3-Point Goals: 13 vs. Texas State (2/17/99)
Away: 0-4
Neutral: 4-4
Free Throws: 37 vs. TCU (1/15/94) and Texas
(2/14/01)
Missouri: 10-4
Home: 5-1
Free Throw Pct.: 1.000 (20-20) vs. Texas Tech
Away: 3-2
(2/19/06)
Neutral: 2-1
Rebounds: 74 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor (12/7/78)
Field Goals: 486, Suzie Eppers (1976-77)
Assists: 33 vs. Texas Southern (11/26/02) and
Texas A&M (3/2/03)
Field Goal Pct.: .619 (486-785), Suzie Eppers (1976-77)
Steals: 29 vs. Bethune Cookman (11/28/00)
3-Point Field Goals: 75, Emily Niemann (2003-04)
Blocks: 15 vs. New Orleans (12/20/86)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .467 (64-137), Emily Niemann (2004-05)
Season
Points: 3,685 (1976-77)
Free Throws: 270, Lynnell Pyron (1974-75)
Scoring Average: 89.9 (1977-78)
Free Throw Pct.: .878 (79-90), Jessika Stratton (2003-04)
Field Goals: 1,559 (1976-77)
Rebounds: 676, Suzie Eppers (1976-77)
Assists: 216, Sheila Lambert (2001-02)
Blocks: 76, Carol Reeves-Brandenburg (1979-80)
Steals: 156, Suzie Eppers (1976-77)
Career
Points: 3,861, Suzie Eppers (1973-77)
Field Goal Pct.: .468 (1976-77)
3-Point Field Goals: 163 (2004-05)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .408 [163-400] (2004-05)
Free Throws: 677 (1976-77)
Free Throw Pct.: .739 [528-714] (2001-02)
Rebounds: 1,850 (1977-78)
Scoring Average: 24.0, Suzie Eppers (1973-77)
Rebound Average: 46.5 (2000-01)
Field Goals: 1,436, Suzie Eppers (1973-77)
Assists: 658 (2003-04)
Field Goal Pct.: .546 (733-1342), Sophia Young (2002-Present)
Blocks: 204 (2002-03)
3-Point Field Goals: 195, Jennifer King (1989-93)
Steals: 454 (1980-81)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .451 (139-308), Emily Niemann (2003-05)
Wins: 33 (1977-78 and 2004-05)
Free Throws: 517, Steffanie Blackmon (2001-05)
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Nebraska: 7-4
Home: 4-1
Away: 3-2
Neutral: 0-1
Oklahoma: 8-18
Home: 4-8
Away: 4-7
Neutral: 0-3
Oklahoma State: 17-7
Home: 10-1
Away: 4-6
Neutral: 3-0
Texas: 17-52
Home: 11-21
Away: 4-25
Neutral: 2-6
Texas A&M: 36-34
Home: 19-15
Away: 13-17
Neutral: 4-2
Texas Tech: 16-46
Home: 6-20
Away: 3-24
Neutral: 7-2
Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Colorado Buffaloes
G. P. “Bud” Peterson
Chancellor
Mike Bohn
Athletics Director
David Clough
Faculty Athletics
Representative
Quick Facts
Location: Boulder, Colo.
Founded: 1876
Enrollment: 28,624
Colors: Silver, Gold & Black
Nickname: Buffaloes (Buffs)
Arena: Coors Events/Conference Center (11,064)
Chancellor: Dr. G. P. “Bud” Peterson
Athletics Director: Mike Bohn
FAR: Dr. David Clough
Associate AD/SWA: Ceal Barry
Head Coach: Kathy McConnell-Miller
Women’s Basketball Phone: (303) 492-6086
SID Contact: Troy Andre
SID Phone: (303) 492-4672
SID Cell Phone: (303) 903-3654
SID Home Phone: same as cell
SID Fax: (303) 492-3811
Press Row Phone: (303) 492-1552/4381
SID E-mail: [email protected]
Internet Site: www.cubuffs.com
2005-06 Record: 9-21 (.300)
[7-9 Home, 1-9 Away, 1-3 Neutral]
2005-06 Big 12 Record/Finish: 3-13 (.188)/
11th [2-6 Home, 1-7 Away]
2006 Big 12 Championship: 0-1 (lost in 1st Rd)
Postseason: N/A
All-Time Record: 595-354 (.627)
*All-Time Big 12 Record: 77-83 (.481)
All-Time Big 12 Championship Record: 7-9 (.438)
Big 12 Championships: One (tournament)
Total Conference Championships: Four
NCAA Tournament Appearances: 12 (‘88, ‘89,
‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04)
NCAA Tournament Record: 17-12 (.586)
*Regular season games only, 1996-06
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Ceal Barry
Senior Woman
Administrator
Troy Andre
Assistant SID
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Colorado Buffaloes
2006-07 Roster
Numerical Roster
No. Name
Pos. Ht. Cl/Exp Hometown/HS/College
40 Caley Dow
F
6-2 So/1L
Littleton, Colo./Arapahoe
34 Courtney Dunn
C
6-4 Fr/HS
Berkeley, Calif./St. Mary’s
1 Whitney Houston
G
5-8 Fr/HS
Memphis, Tenn./Hillcrest
21 Jasmina Ilic
G/F 6-1 Sr/3L
Becej, Serbia/Laza Kostic
10 Lauren Lubin
G
5-8 Jr/2L
Winnetka, Ill./New Trier
45 Jackie McFarland
F
6-3 Jr/2L
Derby, Kan./Derby
12 Anna Nedovic
F
6-4 Sr/3L
Ballerup, Denmark/Falkonergaarden
3 Susie Powers
G
5-10 Jr/TR
Centennial, Colo./Highlands Ranch/Notre Dame
33 Aija Putnina
F
6-3 Fr/HS
Riga, Latvia/Regis (Colo.)
44 Kara Richards
C
6-4 So/1L
Graham, Texas/Graham
15 RyAnne Ridge
G/F 5-11 So/TR Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Xavier/Tulsa
23 Candace Rucker
G
5-10 Fr/HS
Memphis, Tenn./Northside
11 Hannah Skildum
G/F 6-0 So/1L
North Oaks, Minn./Mounds View
2 Bianca Smith
G/F 5-9 Fr/RS
Missouri City, Texas/Bellaire
13 Courtney Wallace
F
5-10 Sr/1L
Colorado Springs, Colo./Air Academy/
CU-Colorado Springs
Starters Returning: 3
Jasmina Ilic, G/F, 6-1, Sr, 14.8 ppg, 3.3 rpg
Jackie McFarland, F, 6-3, Jr, 17.2 ppg, 9.2 rpg
Anna Nedovic, F, 6-4, Sr, 5.3 ppg, 4.3 rpg
Starters Lost: 2
Whitney Law, G, 5-11, 10.6 ppg, 4.5 rpg
Yari Escalera, G, 5-6, 7.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg
Other Letterwinners Returning: 5
Caley Dow, F, 6-2, So, 5.0 ppg, 5.5 rpg
^Kara Richards, C, 6-4, So, 9.0 ppg, 5.3 rpg
Lauren Lubin, G, 5-8, Jr, 3.7 ppg, 3.6 rpg
Hannah Skildum, G/F, 6-0, So, 3.6 ppg, 2.9 rpg
Courtney Wallace, F, 5-10, Sr, 0.1 ppg, 0.5 rpg
^(04-05 stats, injury redshirt in 05-06)
Other Letterwinners Lost: 1
Tami Garnett, C, 6-3, 1.2 ppg, 1.0 rpg
Newcomers: 7
Susie Powers, G, 5-10, Jr/TR, Centennial, Colo.
Bianca Smith, G/F, 5-9, Fr/RS, Missouri City, Texas
Courtney Dunn, C, 6-4, Fr, Berkeley, Calif.
Whitney Houston, G, 5-8, Fr, Memphis, Tenn.
Aija Putnina, F, 6-3, Fr, Riga, Latvia
Candace Rucker, G, 5-10, Fr, Memphis, Tenn.
RyAnne Ridge, G/F, 5-11, So, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Name
Houston
Smith
Powers
Lubin
Skildum
Nedovic
Wallace
Ridge
Ilic
Rucker
Putnina
Dunn
Dow
Richards
McFarland
2006-07 Schedule
2006-07 Team Information
Letterwinners Returning: 8
Letterwinners Lost: 3
No.
1
2
3
10
11
12
13
15
21
23
33
34
40
44
45
November
3 CU-Colorado Springs (Exh.)
5 Colorado Mines (Exh.)
10 San Francisco [FSNRM]
12 Vanderbilt
19 Cal State-Northridge
21 at Wyoming
24 1- Nevada
25 1- Charlotte
29 Colorado State
DECEMBER
2 Southern California
7 at Cal State-Fullerton
9 vs.Oregon 13 at South Dakota State
28 Cal State-Bakersfield
30 Houston
JANUARY
3 Missouri*
10 Iowa State* [FSNRM]
13 at Texas*
17 at Texas A&M*
20 Oklahoma* [FSNRM]
24 at Oklahoma State*
27 at Missouri* [FSN]
31 Kansas State* [FSNRM]
FEBRUARY
3 Texas Tech*
6 at Kansas*
10 Nebraska* [FSN]
14 at Kansas State*
17 at Iowa State*
21 Baylor* [FSNRM]
24 Kansas* [FSNRM]
27 at Nebraska*
MARCH
6-10 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship
Boulder
Boulder
Boulder
Boulder
Boulder
Laramie, Wy.
Boulder
Boulder
Boulder
7:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
Boulder
Fullerton, Calif.
Portland, Ore.
Brookings, S.D.
Boulder
Boulder
2:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
TBD
6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
Boulder
7:30 p.m.
Boulder
6:00 p.m.
Austin, Texas
TBD
College Station, Texas 7:00 p.m.
Boulder
7:00 p.m.
Stillwater, Okla.
6:00 p.m.
Columbia, Mo.
11:00 a.m.
Boulder
7:00 p.m.
Boulder
Lawrence, Kan.
Boulder
Manhattan, Kan.
Ames, Iowa
Boulder
Boulder
Lincoln, Neb.
7:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
6:05 p.m.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
All Times Mountain
Key: *Big 12 Game; [ ] TV Game; 1-20th Annual Coors Classic, Boulder, Colo.
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Colorado Buffaloes
2005-06 Results
Overall: 9-21 (7-9 Home, 1-9 Away, 1-3 Neutral)
Big 12: 3-13 (2-6 Home, 1-7 Away)
Date
Opponent
November
18
Cal State-Fullerton
21
Wyoming [FSN-RM]
25
1-Northern Iowa
26
1-Utah State
30
at Colorado State [FSN-RM]
DECEMBER
3
at Creighton
8
Pacific
19
2-Northern Arizona
20
2-Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
21
2-South Florida
28
South Dakota State
30
Oregon
JANUARY
4
Nebraska* [FSN-RM]
7
at Oklahoma* (18/T16)
10
Kansas* [FSN-RM]
14
at Kansas State*
18
at Missouri*
21
Iowa State*
24
Texas A&M* [FSN-RM]
28
at Nebraska*
FEBRUARY
1
at Kansas*
4
Texas* [FSN]
8
Kansas State* [FSN-RM]
11
at Texas Tech*
13
Northern Colorado
18
Missouri* 22
at Baylor* (10/10)
26
Oklahoma State*
MARCH
2
at Iowa State*
7
3-Nebraska
Score
W 100-71
L 50-66
L 65-74 (OT)
W 73-56
L 83-86
L 72-77
W 84-57
L 83-84 (OT)
W 90-42
L 59-72
W 64-50
L 64-72
Coors Events/Conference Center
Location: Regent Drive, Boulder, CO 80309
Capacity: 11,064
Largest Crowd (women’s basketball): 11,199 (vs. UNLV, 3/18/89)
Year Opened: 1979
Record: 305-89 (.775)
Ticket Information: 1-800-872-8337 or 303-492-8337
L 62-80
L 61-84
W 74-65
L 66-85
L 49-69
L 71-86
L 46-55
L 54-70
W 77-71
L 64-69
L 62-67
L 56-76
W 92-65
L 72-57
L 40-86
W 73-62
L 46-56
L 59-67
Key: *Big 12 Game; [ ] TV Game; 1-19th Annual Coors Classic,
Boulder, Colo.; 2-San Juan Shootout, San Juan, Puerto Rico.;
3-Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship, Dallas, Texas
Year-by-Year
Year Coach
Big 12
1975 Carol Hochsprung 2-10 (IC)
1976 Jerry Zancanelli 5-8 (IC)
1977 Jerry Zancanelli 5-8 (IC)
1978 Jerry Zancanelli 6-6 (IC)
1979 Rene Portland 10-3 (3/IC)
1980 Rene Portland 9-1 (1/IC)
1981 Sox Walseth
10-0 (1/IC)
1982 Sox Walseth
8-2 (T1/IC)
1983 Sox Walseth
7-5 (BE)
1984 Ceal Barry
3-11 (7/BE)
1985 Ceal Barry
2-12 (8/BE)
1986 Ceal Barry
9-5 (2/BE)
1987 Ceal Barry
6-8 (6/BE)
1988 Ceal Barry
8-6 (3/BE)
1989 Ceal Barry
14-0 (1/BE)
1990 Ceal Barry
10-4 (3/BE)
1991 Ceal Barry
8-6 (T4/BE)
1992 Ceal Barry
11-3 (2/BE)
1993 Ceal Barry
12-2 (1/BE)
1994 Ceal Barry
12-2 (1/BE)
1995 Ceal Barry
14-0 (1/BE)
1996 Ceal Barry
9-5 (4/BE)
1997 Ceal Barry
12-4 (T2)
1998 Ceal Barry
5-11 (8th)
1999 Ceal Barry
7-9 (T8th)
2000 Ceal Barry
4-12 (10th)
2001 CealBarry
11-5 (4th)
2002 Ceal Barry
11-5 (T3rd)
2003 Ceal Barry
11-5 (4th)
2004 Ceal Barry
11-5 (3rd)
2005 Ceal Barry
2-14 (T11th)
2006 McConnell-Miller 3-13 (11th)
OVERALL
267-148
Big Eight Conference
190-69
Big 12 Conference
77-83
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Pct.
Overall
.083
2-11
.385
8-12
.385
14-12
.500
18-14
.769
22-9
.900
18-11
1.000 28-5
.800
28-8
.583
21-8
.214
10-18
.143
6-22
.643
21-9
.429
14-14
.571
21-11
1.000 27-4
.714
17-11
.571
18-11
.786
22-9
.857
27-4
.857
27-5
1.000 30-3
.643
26-9
.750
23-9
.313
12-16
.438
15-14
.250
10-19
.688
22-9
.688
24-10
.688
24-8
.688
22-8
.125
9-19
.188
9-21
.643 595-354
.734
.481
Pct.
.154
.400
.538
.563
.710
.621
.848
.778
.724
.357
.214
.700
.500
.656
.871
.607
.631
.710
.871
.844
.909
.743
.719
.429
.517
.345
.710
.706
.750
.733
.321
.300
.627
Postseason
NCAA
NCAA
NCAA
NCAA Regional
NCAA Regional
NCAA Regional
NCAA
NCAA Regional
WNIT
NCAA
NCAA Regional
NCAA Regional
NCAA
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Colorado Buffaloes
Head Coach
Kathy McConnell-Miller
(Virginia, 1989)
The McConnell-Miller File
Record at Colorado: 9-21
Major College Record: 100-109 (7 years)
Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
Birthdate: Sept. 24, 1967
Coaching Experience:
Assistant Coach, Pittsburgh, 1991-93
Assistant Coach, Rutgers, 1993-95
Assistant Coach, Illinois, 1995-98
Associate Head Coach, Illinois, 1998-99
Head Coach, Tulsa, 1999-2005
Head Coach, Colorado, 2005-Present
Assistant Coaches
Playing Experience:
Basketball, Virginia, 1986-90
Education:
Bachelor’s in Rhetoric and Communications from Virginia, 1989
Coaching Achievements: Will begin her second season as the sixth head coach in Colorado’s 31-year history; Registered her 100th career win on Feb. 26, 2006, when the Buffs beat
Oklahoma State; Spent six years as head coach at Tulsa recording a program-best 91 wins
(15.2 wins per year); Posted winning seasons in three of her last fours years and two postseason appearances; Is Tulsa’s all-time leader in coaching victories and owns the longest tenure
in school history for a women’s basketball coach; Earned Western Athletic Conference coach
of the year honors in her rookie season of 1999-00; In 2004-05 guided TU to a 19-11 mark, its
second-straight third place finish in the WAC and its second-straight WNIT berth; The team
went 9-5 against opponents who advanced to postseason; 19 total wins and 11 WAC victories
tied program-highs set in 2003-04; Prior to her appointment at Tulsa, spent six years on Theresa Grentz’ staff, two at Rutgers followed by four at Illinois; Was promoted to associate head
coach her final season at Illinois.
Year
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
McConnell-Miller’s Year-by-Year Coaching Record
School
Record
Pct.
Conference Pct. Postseason
Tulsa
14-15
.483
9-5
.643
Tulsa
8-21
.276
4-12
.250
Tulsa
17-13
.567
11-17
.611
Tulsa
14-16
.467
9-9
.500
Tulsa
19-12
.613
11-7
.611 WNIT
Tulsa
19-11
.633
11-7
.611 WNIT
Colorado
9-21
.300
3-13
.188
Overall
Tulsa
Colorado
7 years
6 years
1 year
100-109
91-88
9-21
.478
.508
.300
58-70
55-57
3-13
Tom McConnell
(Point Park College,
1984)
Beth Ann Ord
(UMBC, 1989)
.453
.491
.188
Aisha Veasley
(UCLA, 1999)
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Colorado Buffaloes
Junior forward Jackie McFarland, an All-Big 12 Second
Team selection in 2005-06, was Colorado’s leading scorer
and rebounder last season with 17.2 ppg and 9.2 rpg.
Senior guard/forward Jasmina Ilic ranks eighth on CU’s career three-point list with 94. Her 36 points against Nebraska
last year tied for the Big 12 single game season-high.
Ilic was the squad’s second-leading scorer last season
with 14.8 ppg.
The Buffs regain the services of sophomore center Kara
Richards who was injured last season. She averaged 9.0
points and 5.3 rebounds as a freshman.
The team welcomes seven newcomers to the 2006-07
roster.
Kathy McConnell-Miller’s older brother Tom has joined her
coaching staff. Six McConnell siblings attended college on
a basketball scholarship and four are presently coaches,
two at the college level and two in the high school ranks.
Jasmina Ilic
2005-06 Statistics
Season
Record: 9-21 Home: 7-9 Road: 1-9 Neutral: 1-3
## Player
45 McFarland, Jackie
21 Ilic, Jasmina
22 Law, Whitney
23Escalera, Yari
12 Nedovic, Anna
40 Dow, Caley
10 Lubin, Lauren
11 Skildum, Hannah
52 Garnett, Tami
13 Wallace, Courtney
TMTeam
Total
Opponents
GP-GS Min FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.
30-29 34.0 183-356 .514
3-18
.167 147-184 .799
29-29 27.3 149-388 .384 55-162 .340
76-96 .792
27-23 32.7 88-228 .386 16-50
.320 95-126 .754
30-20 26.1 62-168 .369 37-102 .363
59-72 .819
30-30 21.4 64-154 .416 10-39
.256
22-43 .512
30-1 20.4 57-130 .438
5-19
.263
31-50 .620
28-11 22.1 30-76 .395 12-28
.429
32-41 .780
30-7 19.6 42-119 .353
2-11
.182
21-38 .553
17-0 4.2
8-22 .364
0-0
.000
5-7
.714
15-0 2.7
0-4
.000
0-1
.000
2-5
.400
30 683-1645 .415 140-430 .326 490-662 .740
30 771-1832 .421 160-472 .339 390-544 .717
Off Def Tot Avg
112 165 277 9.2
27
70 97 3.3
24
97 121 4.5
17
78 95 3.2
37
93 130 4.3
55 110 165 5.5
28
73 101 3.6
31
56 87 2.9
7
10 17 1.0
3
5
8 0.5
28
33 61 2.2
369 790 1159 38.6
368 6891057 35.2
PF FO A
99
6 60
56
0 33
55
1 102
52
2 63
73
1 25
55
2 27
50
1 47
67
2 34
6
0 2
5
0 1
1
519
15 394
605
- 407
TO BLK ST Pts
112
41 35 516
79
4 20 429
74
4 23 287
70
0 20 220
41
9 14 160
39
14 20 150
38
3 18 104
49
9 12 107
6
2 1 21
1
0 2
2
15
524
86 1651996
387
93 2112092
Avg
17.2
14.8
10.6
7.3
5.3
5.0
3.7
3.6
1.2
0.1
PF FO A TO BLK ST Pts
52
3 34 58
18 13 237
25
0 9 43
1 8 178
34
1 49 40
2 13 185
27
0 30 28
0 11 115
34
1 16 27
10 9 95
34
0 12 25
3 4 61
35
0 18 30
4 2 59
17
0 10 15
0 2 21
2
0 0
2
2 0
6
0
0 0
0
0 1
1
0
9
260
5 178 277
40 63 958
293
- 249 187
52 113 1153
Avg
14.8
11.9
11.6
7.2
5.9
3.8
3.7
1.5
0.6
0.1
66.5
69.7
Conference-Only
Record: 3-13 Home: 2-6 Road: 1-7
## Player
GP-GS Min FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.
45 McFarland, Jackie
16-15 33.6 83-162 .512
0-1
.000
71-87 .816
21 Ilic, Jasmina
15-15 26.5 63-168 .375 22-78
.282
30-38 .789
22 Law, Whitney
16-14 34.1 58-140 .414 10-31
.323
59-81 .728
23Escalera, Yari
16-10 25.6 35-98 .357 23-62
.371
22-31 .710
40 Dow, Caley
16-1 24.9 40-88 .455
4-13
.308
11-21 .524
12 Nedovic, Anna
16-16 18.6 23-66 .348
3-13
.231
12-22 .545
11 Skildum, Hannah
16-7 20.5 24-71 .338
2-6
.333
9-16
.563
10 Lubin, Lauren
14-2 16.9
8-32 .250
5-12
.417
0-3
.000
52 Garnett, Tami
10-0 2.5
2-8
.250
0-0
.000
2-2 1.000
13 Wallace, Courtney
7-0 3.3
0-1
.000
0-1
.000
1-1 1.000
TMTeam
Total
16 336-834 .403 69-217 .318 217-302 .719
Opponents
16 441-969 .455 91-246 .370 180-259 .695
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Off Def Tot Avg
58
74 132 8.3
10
35 45 3.0
9
56 65 4.1
9
45 54 3.4
30
64 94 5.9
15
47 62 3.9
13
26 39 2.4
6
21 27 1.9
0
2
2 0.2
1
1
2 0.3
12
19 31 2.2
163 390 553 34.6
183 382 565 35.3
59.9
72.1
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Colorado Buffaloes
School Records
INDIVIDUAL
Single Game
Points: 38, Susan Horner vs. Weber State (3/10/79) and Tracy
Tripp vs. Oklahoma State (2/4/87)
Free Throw Pct.: .861 (161-187), Kate Fagan
(1999-04)
Field Goals: 17, Tracy Tripp vs. Oklahoma State (2/4/82)
Assists: 617, Bridget Turner (1985-89)
Field Goal Pct.: 1.000 (11-11), Tracy Tripp vs. Wyoming (12/2/86)
Blocks: 289, Lisa Van Goor (1980-85)
3-Point Field Goals: 7 (three times), Last: Veronica JohnsRichardson vs. Northern Colorado (12/29/04)
Steals: 303, Laurie Welch (1978-82)
Free Throws: 14, Debbie Descano vs. Montana (2/20/80)
Free Throw pct.: 1.000 (13-13), Gretchen DeWitte vs. OU
(1/27/87)
Rebounds: 22, Lisa Van Goor vs. Weber State (2/25/81)
Rebounds: 1,145, Lisa Van Goor (1980-85)
TEAM
Game
Points: 134 vs. Fort Carson (12/16/80)
Field Goals: 63 vs. Fort Carson (12/16/80)
Field Goal Pct.: .677 (42-62) vs. Brigham Young
(1/29/82)
Assists: 15, Whitney Law vs. Cal State Fullerton (11/18/05)
3-Point Goals: 16 vs. Buffalo (1/3/04)
Blocks: 8, Britt Hartshorn vs. Nebraska (1/23/99) & Jackie
McFarland vs. South Dakota State (12/28/05)
3-Point FG Pct.: 1.000 (4-4) vs. Vanderbilt (3/19/01)
Steals: 10, Annan Wilson vs. Utah (1/7/89)
Free Throws: 43 vs. Florida (12/23/01)
Season
Points: 678, Lisa Van Goor (1981-82)
Scoring Average: 19.2, Jamillah Lang (1993-94)
Field Goals: 281, Lisa Van Goor (1981-82)
Colorado vs.
The Big 12
Baylor: 8-6
Home: 5-2
Away: 2-4
Neutral: 1-0
Iowa State: 35-21
Home: 17-7
Away: 12-11
Neutral: 6-3
Kansas: 30-27
Home: 15-9
Away: 12-13
Neutral: 3-5
Kansas State: 29-28
Home: 14-10
Away: 11-15
Neutral: 4-3
Missouri: 34-25
Home: 18-7
Free Throw Pct.: 1.000 (19-19) vs. Nebraska (2/7/87) Away: 12-14
Neutral: 4-4
Rebounds: 80 vs. Pacific Christian (11/18/81)
Nebraska: 38-21
Assists: 30 vs. ISU (2/19/95) & TCU (11/18/95)
Home: 24-3
Away: 11-17
Steals: 29 vs. Northern Colorado (11/26/85)
Neutral: 3-1
Field Goal Pct.: .610 (177-290), Debbie Descano (1980-81)
Blocks: 16 vs. Sam Houston (12/14/00)
3-Point Field Goals: 79, Kate Fagan (2003-04)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .488 (39-80), Sabrina Scott (2002-03)
Season
Points: 2,793 (1981-82)
Free Throws: 154, Bridget Turner (1988-89)
Scoring Average: 87.9 (1979-80)
Free Throw Pct.: .896 (103-115), Shelley Sheetz (1994-95)
Field Goals: 1,166 (1980-81)
Rebounds: 392, Lynda Gehrke (1997-98)
Field Goal Pct.: .525 [1166-2223] (1980-81)
Assists: 177, Ann Troyan (1979-80)
3-Point Field Goals: 196 (2001-02)
Blocks: 100, Lisa Van Goor (1980-81)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .411 [58-141] (1988-89)
Steals: 120, Laurie Welch (1981-82)
Free Throws: 594 (1987-88)
Career
Points: 2,067, Lisa Van Goor (1980-85)
Free Throw Pct.: .843 [396-470] (1983-84)
Rebounds: 1,773 (1981-82)
Scoring Average: 18.0, Lisa Van Goor (1980-85)
Rebound Average: 51.1 (1977-78)
Field Goals: 862, Lisa Van Goor (1980-85)
Assists: 721 (1980-81)
Field Goal Pct.: .601 (355-591), Debbie Descano (1980-81)
Blocks: 162 (2000-01)
3-Point Field Goals: 252, Shelley Sheetz (1991-93)
Steals: 462 (1979-80)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .426 (49-115), Erin Carson (1984-88)
Wins: 30 (1994-95)
Free Throws: 494, Bridget Turner (1985-89)
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Oklahoma: 33-18
Home: 16-4
Away: 10-11
Neutral: 7-3
Oklahoma State: 26-20
Home: 12-8
Away: 8-10
Neutral: 6-2
Texas: 3-12
Home: 1-5
Away: 1-5
Neutral: 1-2
Texas A&M: 10-3
Home: 6-1
Away: 4-2
Neutral: 0-0
Texas Tech: 3-13
Home: 1-5
Away: 1-5
Neutral: 1-3
Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Iowa State Cyclones
Dr. Gregory Geoffroy
President
Jamie Pollard
Athletics Director
Paula C. Morrow
Faculty Athletics
Representative
Quick Facts
Location: Ames, Iowa
Founded: 1858
Enrollment: 23,709
Colors: Cardinal & Gold
Nickname: Cyclones
Arena: James H. Hilton Coliseum (14,092)
President: Dr. Gregory Geoffroy
Athletics Director: Jamie Pollard
FAR: Paula C. Morrow
Senior Assoc. AD/SWA: Dr. Calli Theisen Sanders
Head Coach: Bill Fennelly
Women’s Basketball Phone: (515) 294-3436
SID Contact: Erin Smith
SID Phone: (515) 294-5778
SID Cell Phone: (515) 520-1341
SID Home Phone: (515) 450-5100
SID Fax: (515) 294-0558
Press Row Phone: (515) 294-6178
SID E-mail: [email protected]
Internet Site: www.cyclones.com
2005-06 Record: 18-13 (.581)
[11-5 Home, 4-6 Away, 3-2 Neutral]
2005-06 Big 12 Record/Finish: 7-9 (.438)/T8th [4-4 Home, 3-5 Away]
2006 Big 12 Championship: 1-1 (2nd Rd)
Postseason: WNIT 1-1 (2nd Rd)
All-Time Record: 470-463 (.504)
*All-Time Big 12 Record: 100-60 (.625)
All-Time Big 12 Championship Record: 15-8 (.652)
Big 12 Championships: One (two tournament)
Total Conference Championships: One
NCAA Tournament Appearances: Seven (‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘05)
NCAA Tournament Record: 9-7 (.563)
*Regular season games only, 1996-06
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Senior Woman
Administrator
Erin Smith
Associate SID
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Iowa State Cyclones
2006-07 Roster
No.
24
25
15
13
4
23
22
14
30
32
3
40
31
41
5
Name
Gillian Bjerke
Lisa Bildeaux
Heather Ezell
Anna Florzak
Alison Lacey
Brittany Lange
Genesis Lightbourne
Lyndsey Medders
Shellie Mosman
Amanda Nisleit
Rachel Pierson
Abby Reinert
Megan Ronhovde
Toccara Ross
Nicky Wieben
Pos.
F/C
F/C
G
G
G
G
F
G
G
F
F/C
G
G/F
F
F
Ht.
6-2
6-3
5-9
5-10
6-0
5-10
6-0
5-9
5-10
6-0
6-3
6-0
6-1
5-9
6-4
Cl/Exp
So/1L
Jr/2L
So/1L
Fr/HS
Fr/HS
So/TR
Fr/HS
Sr/3L
Fr/HS
So/1L
Fr/RS
Sr/3L
Sr/3L
Jr/TR
So/1L
Numerical Roster
Hometown/HS/College
Pelican Rapids, Minn./Pelican Rapids
Grand Rapids, Minn./Grand Rapids
Springfield, Mo./Kickapoo
Kansas City, Mo./Notre Dame de Sion
Canberra, Australia/Ballard (Iowa)
Sac City, Iowa/Sac City/Creighton
Las Vegas, Nev./Faith Lutheran
Los Angeles, Calif./Oak Park
Carroll, Iowa/Carroll
Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury
St. Louis, Mo./Incarnate Word Academy
Union, Iowa/Eldora-New Providence
Barrett, Minn./West Central Area
Davenport, Iowa/Central/Kirkwood CC
Ankeny, Iowa/Ankeny
2006-07 Schedule
2006-07 Team Information
Letterwinners Returning: 9
Letterwinners Lost: 3
Starters Returning: 4
Lyndsey Medders, G, 5-9, Sr, 16.5 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 7.7 apg
Megan Ronhovde, G/F, 6-1, Sr, 9.5 ppg, 7.3 rpg
Nicky Wieben, F, 6-4, So, 8.2 ppg, 5.3 rpg
Heather Ezell, G, 5-9, So, 10.0 ppg, 3.6 rpg
Starters Lost: 1
Brittany Wilkins, F/C, 6-3, 16.1 ppg, 8.9 rpg
Other Letterwinners Returning: 5
Gillian Bjerke, F/C, 6-2, So, 2.3 ppg, 2.3 rpg
Lisa Bildeaux, F/C, 6-3, Jr, 6.3 ppg, 6.2 rpg
Amanda Nisleit, F, 6-0, So, 0.8 ppg, 1.1 rpg
Abby Reinert, G, 6-0, Sr, 0.3 ppg, 0.4 rpg
Rachel Pierson, F/C, 6-3, Fr, Injury Redshirt
Other Letterwinners Lost: 2
Seirra Dawson, G/F, 5-10, 0.0 ppg, 1.5 rpg
Kandice Beenken, F/C, 6-0, 0.3 ppg, 0.6 rpg
Newcomers: 6
Anna Florzak, G, 5-10, Fr, Kansas City, Mo.
Alison Lacey, G, 6-0, Fr, Canberra, Australia
Genesis Lightbourne, F, 6-0, Fr, Las Vegas, Nev.
Brittany Lange, G, 5-10, So, Sac City, Iowa
Shellie Mosman, G, 5-10, Fr, Carroll, Iowa
Toccara Ross, F, 5-9, Jr, Davenport, Iowa
No.
Name
3
Pierson
4
Lacey
5
Wieben
13
Florzak
14
Medders
15Ezell
22
Lightbourne
23
Lange
24
Bjerke
25
Bildeaux
30
Mosman
31
Ronhovde
32
Nisleit
40
Reinert
41
Ross
November
5 St. Cloud State (Exh.)
12 Upper Iowa (Exh.)
15 Cal State Fullerton
20 at Northern Iowa
24 1- Virginia Tech
25 1- Pepperdine/Tennessee Tech
30 at Iowa
DECEMBER
2 UW-Milwaukee
5 Drake
9 Minnesota
16 vs Saint Louis [Mediacom]
20 Illinois State
28 Colgate
29 2- Utah State
30 2- Loyola Marymount
JANUARY
3 Kansas*
6 at Missouri*
10 at Colorado*
13 Oklahoma State*
17 Texas* [Mediacom]
20 at Kansas*
24 at Oklahoma*
27 Kansas State* [Mediacom]
31 at Nebraska*
FEBRUARY
4 Missouri* [FSN]
10 at Baylor*
14 Texas A&M*
17 Colorado*
20 Nebraska*
24 at Kansas State* [FSN]
MARCH
1 at Texas Tech*
6-10 Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship
Ames
Ames
Ames
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Malibu, Calif.
Malibu, Calif.
Iowa City, Iowa
2:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
3/5:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Ames
Ames
Ames
Des Moines, Iowa
Ames
Ames
Ames
Ames
2:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
TBD
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
Ames
Columbia, Mo.
Boulder, Colo.
Ames
Ames
Lawrence, Kan.
Norman, Okla.
Ames
Lincoln, Neb.
7:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Ames
Waco, Texas
Ames
Ames
Ames
Manhattan, Kan.
3:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
Lubbock, Texas
Oklahoma City, Okla.
7:00 p.m.
All Times Central
Key: *Big 12 Game; [ ] TV Game; 1-Pepperdine Tournament, Malibu, Calif.; 2American Family Insurance Cyclone Classic, Ames, Iowa
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Iowa State Cyclones
2005-06 Results
Overall: 18-13 (11-5 Home, 4-6 Away, 3-2 Neutral)
Big 12: 7-9 (4-4 Home, 3-5 Away)
Date
November
20
25
26
DECEMBER
4
8
10
17
19
22
29
30
JANUARY
4
7
11
14
21
25
29
FEBRUARY
1
4
8
11
14
18
22
26
March
2
7
8
16
20
Opponent
Score
IUPUI
1-North Carolina State
1-North Florida
W 70-55
L 59-81
W 74-48
at Drake
Iowa [Mediacom]
Akron
2-Northern Iowa [Mediacom]
California Riverside
at Minnesota (17/15)
3-Nicholls State
3-IPFW
W 69-57
W 77-61
W 76-43
W 61-54
W 65-40
L 61-66
W 77-28
W 87-68
Oklahoma* (18/T16)
at Oklahoma State*
at Texas*
Nebraska*
at Colorado*
Baylor* (9/10)
Kansas State* [FSN]
L 67-87
W 71-62
L 50-80
W 79-57
W 86-71
L 64-79
L 64-73
at Nebraska* [Mediacom]
at Kansas*
Missouri*
at Kansas State*
Texas Tech* [Mediacom]
Kansas* [FSN]
at Missouri*
at Texas A&M* (25)
L 42-54
L 64-65
W 66-60
W 71-66
W 69-65
L 56-57 (OT)
L 59-67
L 53-64
Colorado*
4-Texas
4-Oklahoma (8/8)
5-UW-Green Bay
5-Marquette
W 56-46
W 72-68
L 74-78
W 79-71 (OT)
L 63-69 (OT)
Key: *Big 12 Game; [ ] TV Game; 1-Junkanoo Jam, Freeport,
Grand Bahama Island; 2-Mediacom Cyclone Capital Classic, Des
Moines, Iowa; 3-Cyclone Classic, Ames, Iowa; 4-Phillips 66 Big
12 Championship, Dallas, Texas; 5-WNIT, Ames, Iowa
James H. Hilton Coliseum
Location: 1700 Lincoln Way, Ames, IA 50011
Capacity: 14,092
Largest Crowd (women’s basketball): 14,092 (vs. St. Joseph’s, 3/17/04)
Year Opened: 1971
Record: not available
Ticket Information: 1-888-ISU-CYCLONE or 515-294-1816
Year-by-Year
Year Coach
Big 12
Pct.
Overall
1974 Gloria Crosby
8-8
1975 Lynn Wheeler
12-9
1976 Lynn Wheeler
20-8
1977 Lynn Wheeler
19-11
1978 Lynn Wheeler
13-15
1979 Lynn Wheeler
10-19
1980 Lynn Wheeler
6-19
1981 Deb Oing
7-18
1982 Deb Oing
11-20
1983 Deb Oing
3-9 (7/BE)
.250
9-18
1984 Deb Oing
0-14 (8/BE)
.000
4-24
1985 Pam Wettig
3-11 (7/BE)
.214
12-16
1986 Pam Wettig
8-6 (T4/BE)
.571
19-9
1987 Pam Wettig
2-12 (8/BE)
.143
12-16
1988 Pam Wettig
5-9 (7/BE)
.357
13-14
1989 Pam Wettig
6-8 (5/BE)
.429
15-13
1990 Pam Wettig
3-11 (6/BE)
.214
14-15
1991 Pam Wettig
6-7 (5/BE)
.462
11-15
1992 Pam Wettig
2-12 (T7/BE)
.143
4-23
1993 Theresa Becker1-13 (T7/BE)
.071
2-25
1994 Theresa Becker 3-11 (T7/BE)
.214
8-19
1995 Theresa Becker 1-13 (8/BE)
.071
8-19
1996 Bill Fennelly
5-9 (6/BE)
.357
17-10
1997 Bill Fennelly
9-7 (T5th)
.563
17-12
1998 Bill Fennelly
12-4 (2nd)
.750
25-8
1999 Bill Fennelly
12-4 (2nd)
.750
25-8
2000 Bill Fennelly
13-3 (T1st)
.813
27-6
2001 Bill Fennelly
12-4 (3rd)
.750
27-6
2002 Bill Fennelly
9-7 (6th)
.563
24-9
2003 Bill Fennelly
7-9 (8th)
.438
12-16
2004 Bill Fennelly
7-9 (T8th)
.438
18-15
2005 Bill Fennelly
12-4 (T3rd)
.750
23-7
2006 Bill Fennelly
7-9 (T8th)
.438
18-13
OVERALL
148-205
.419
470-463
Big Eight
48-145
.249
Big 12
100-60
.625
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Pct. Postseason
.500
.571
.714
.633
.464
.345
.240
.280
.355
.333
.143
.429
.679
.429
.481
.536
.483
.423
.148
.074
.421
.296
.630
.586 NCAA
.758 NCAA
.758 NCAA Elite 8
.818 NCAA Regional
.818 NCAA Regional
.727 NCAA
.429
.545 WNIT Semis
.767 NCAA
.581 WNIT
.504
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Iowa State Cyclones
Head Coach
Bill Fennelly
(William Penn College,
1979)
The Fennelly File
Record at Iowa State: 233-110 (11 years)
Major College Record: 399-163 (18 years)
Hometown: Davenport, Iowa
Birthdate: May 14, 1957
Coaching Experience:
Assistant Coach, Fresno State, 1981-86
Assistant Coach, Notre Dame, 1986-88
Head Coach, Toledo, 1988-95
Head Coach, Iowa State, 1995-Present
Assistant Coaches
Playing Experience:
N/A
Education:
Bachelor’s from William Penn, 1979
Coaching Achievements: Named 2005 WBCA Region 5 Coach of the Year after
leading the Cyclones back to the NCAA Tournament and to a tie for third in the Big 12
race; Coach of the 2003 Big 12 All-Star Team that represented the United States in the
World University Games in South Korea; Won the Big 12 Championship title and tied
for the regular season title in 2000, ISU’s first conference championships; Repeated as
conference tourney champs in 2001; 1999 WBCA District 5 Coach of the Year; 1998
AP National Coach of the Year runner-up; Led the Cyclones to all seven of their NCAA
Tournament appearances; Advanced to the Elite Eight in 1999, including a win over topseeded Connecticut; Hosted NCAA Subregionals 1998-2002 and 2004 and recorded the
top attendances from 1998-2001 among the 16 subregionals; Averaged more than 9,000
fans (top 5 nationally) per home game from 2000-2003, and over 10,000 from 2000-02;
Finished second in the Big 12 in both 1998 and 1999; ISU played in a conference tournament championship game for the first time ever in 1999.
Jack Easley
Associate Head Coach
(Missouri Valley,
1977)
Fennelly’s Year-by-Year Coaching Record
Year
School
1988-89
Toledo
1989-90
Toledo
1991-90
Toledo
1991-92
Toledo
1992-93
Toledo
1993-94
Toledo
1994-95
Toledo
1995-96
Iowa State
1996-97
Iowa State
1997-98
Iowa State
1998-99
Iowa State
1999-00
Iowa State
2000-01
Iowa State
2001-02
Iowa State
2002-03
Iowa State
2003-04
Iowa State
2004-05
Iowa State
2005-06
Iowa State
Overall
18 years
Toledo
7 years
Iowa State 11 years
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Record
25-8
25-7
24-7
26-6
18-10
24-8
24-7
17-10
17-12
25-8
25-8
27-6
27-6
24-9
12-16
18-15
23-7
18-13
Pct.
.758
.781
.774
.813
.643
.750
.800
.630
.586
.758
.758
.818
.818
.727
.429
.545
.767
.581
Conference
13-3 (2nd)
13-3 (2nd)
13-3 (1st)
15-1 (1st)
12-6 (3rd)
13-5 (2nd)
15-3 (1st)
5-9 (6th)
9-7 (T5th)
12-4 (2nd)
12-4 (2nd)
13-3 (T1st)
12-4 (3rd)
9-7 (6th)
7-9 (8th)
7-9 (T8th)
12-4 (T3rd)
7-9 (T8th)
Pct.
.813
.813
.813
.938
.667
.722
.800
.357
.563
.750
.750
.813
.750
.563
.438
.438
.750
.438
399-163
166-53
233-110
.710
.758
.679
199-93
94-24
105-69
.682
.797
.636
Postseason
NWIT
NWIT
NCAA
NCAA
NWIT
NCAA
Latoja Harris
(Toledo, 1994)
NCAA
NCAA
NCAA Elite Eight
NCAA Regional
NCAA Regional
NCAA
WNIT Semis
NCAA
WNIT
Jodi Steyer
(Colorado State,
1989)
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Big 12 Women’s Basketball
Iowa State Cyclones
Iowa State advanced to the second round of the WNIT
last season, its ninth postseason appearance under
coach Bill Fennelly.
The Cyclones return four starters in 2006-07, including
All-Big 12 performer Lyndsey Medders. The senior
guard averaged 16.5 ppg, 3.6 rpg and led the nation
with 7.7 apg last season. Medders enters the season
10th in Big 12 career assists wth 503.
ISU welcomes back redshirt freshman Rachel Pierson
who only played in one game last year before being
sidelined with an injured back. She was projected to
be the team’s starting center.
The youthful Cyclones will have 10 players who are
freshmen or sophomores on this year’s roster. Included
among the returning starters are sophomores Nicky
Wieben and Heather Ezell.
ISU has ranked in the top 10 nationally in home
attendance average the last seven years.
Lyndsey Medders
2005-06 Statistics
Season
Record: 18-13 Home: 11-5 Road: 4-6 Neutral: 3-2
## Player
GP-GS Min FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.
14 Medders, Lyndsey
28-27 33.8 151-391 .386 53-174 .305 107-122 .877
51 Wilkins, Brittany
31-31 30.9 197-383 .514 28-76
.368
76-94 .809
15Ezell, Heather
31-30 35.5 93-273 .341 69-214 .322
54-68 .794
31 Ronhovde, Megan
31-31 36.3 104-320 .325 60-212 .283
25-66 .379
03 Pierson, Rachel
1-0 15.0
3-6
.500
0-0
.000
3-4
.750
05 Wieben, Nicky
31-26 27.7 91-185 .492
5-16
.313
68-83 .819
25 Bildeaux, Lisa
31-6 23.2 77-203 .379
6-21
.286
36-56 .643
24 Bjerke, Gillian
12-0 9.6 10-30 .333
1-8
.125
7-15
.467
32 Nisleit, Amanda
26-2 11.2
7-25 .280
4-15
.267
4-8
.500
40 Reinert, Abby
14-1 4.6
2-7
.286
0-4
.000
0-0
.000
30 Beenken, Kandice
18-1 3.9
1-4
.250
0-1
.000
3-4
.750
20 Dawson, Seirra
2-0 4.5
0-1
.000
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
TMTeam
Total
31 736-1828 .403 226-741 .305 383-520 .737
Opponents
31 740-2002 .370 235-735 .320 225-307 .733
Off
12
86
7
75
0
62
59
8
12
0
2
1
39
363
394
Def Tot Avg
88 100 3.6
189 275 8.9
105 112 3.6
150 225 7.3
2
2 2.0
101 163 5.3
134 193 6.2
19 27 2.3
17 29 1.1
6
6 0.4
8 10 0.6
2
3 1.5
75 114 3.7
8961259 40.6
804 1198 38.6
PF FO A
24
0 215
90
4 22
57
1 105
71
1 86
2
0 0
57
0 18
28
0 21
12
0 2
13
0 10
7
0 2
4
0 1
1
0 0
0
366
6 482
523
- 456
TO BLK ST Pts
108
0 29 462
79
45 26 498
64
2 49 309
66
8 35 293
2
2 0
9
43
59 22 255
45
20 12 196
11
2 4 28
13
0 7 22
5
2 1
4
2
0 1
5
0
0 0
0
4
442
140 1862081
404
80 2151940
Avg
16.5
16.1
10.0
9.5
9.0
8.2
6.3
2.3
0.8
0.3
0.3
0.0
PF FO A TO BLK ST Pts
8
0 74 51
0 10 231
50
1 16 43
23 15 252
40
0 46 40
5 16 144
33
1 66 38
0 21 127
34
0 9 22
17 6 125
17
0 12 30
11 7 114
5
0 7
8
0 5 13
3
0 1
2
0 1
5
5
0 0
2
1 0
4
1
0 0
2
0 1
2
1
0 0
0
0 0
0
0
3
197
2 231 241
57 821017
266
- 247 201
40 1191053
Avg
17.8
15.8
9.0
7.9
7.8
7.1
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.2
0.0
67.1
62.6
Conference Only
Record: 7-9 Home: 4-4 Road: 3-5
## Player
GP-GS Min FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct.
14 Medders, Lyndsey
13-13 33.8 70-180 .389 27-85
.318
64-71 .901
51 Wilkins, Brittany
16-16 32.0 100-200 .500 14-40
.350
38-46 .826
31 Ronhovde, Megan
16-16 37.2 48-151 .318 32-107 .299
16-39 .410
15Ezell, Heather
16-15 35.8 38-130 .292 29-102 .284
22-26 .846
05 Wieben, Nicky
16-11 25.4 45-100 .450
5-10
.500
30-35 .857
25 Bildeaux, Lisa
16-5 24.3 44-108 .407
2-8
.250
24-31 .774
32 Nisleit, Amanda
14-2 13.1
4-12 .333
2-7
.286
3-4
.750
24 Bjerke, Gillian
6-0 7.3
2-8
.250
0-2
.000
1-4
.250
40 Reinert, Abby
6-1 5.7
2-4
.500
0-2
.000
0-0
.000
30 Beenken, Kandice
9-1 4.3
1-4
.250
0-1
.000
0-0
.000
20 Dawson, Seirra
2-0 4.5
0-1
.000
0-0
.000
0-0
.000
TMTeam
Total
16 354-898 .394 111-364 .305 198-256 .773
Opponents
16 408-1023 .399 112-315 .356 125-163 .767
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Off Def Tot Avg
3
29 32 2.5
41
92 133 8.3
35
74 109 6.8
5
61 66 4.1
24
41 65 4.1
29
72 101 6.3
2
7
9 0.6
1
5
6 1.0
0
5
5 0.8
0
3
3 0.3
1
2
3 1.5
22
33 55 3.4
163 424 587 36.7
208 410 618 38.6
63.6
65.8
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Iowa State Cyclones
School Records
INDIVIDUAL
Single Game
Points: 42, Tonya Burns vs. Nebraska (1/18/84)
Rebounds: 1,209, Angie Welle (1999-2002)
Field Goal Pct.: 1.000 (10-10), Angie Welle vs. Baylor (2/26/00)
Blocks: 155, Angie Welle (1999-2002)
3-Point Field Goals: 10, Stacy Frese vs. Drake (12/8/99)
Steals: 233, Tracy Horvath (1985-89)
Free Throws: 16, Angie Welle vs. Nebraska (3/5/02)
TEAM
Game
Points: 115 vs. Central (2/14/76)
Free Throw Pct.: 1.000 (15-15), Carmen Jaspers vs. Kansas
(2/13/88)
Rebounds: 23, Tonya Burns vs. Colorado (3/3/84) & Angie Welle
vs. Colorado (2/9/02)
Assists: 589, Lindsey Wilson (1999-2003)
Field Goals: 48 vs. Grand View (1/11/77) &
Dordt (1/6/76)
Field Goal Pct.: .698 (30-43) vs. Baylor (2/24/98)
Assists: 16, Lyndsey Medders vs. IPFW (12/30/05)
Iowa State vs.
The Big 12
Baylor: 5-7
Home: 3-2
Away: 1-4
Neutral: 1-1
Colorado: 21-35
Home: 11-12
Away: 7-17
Neutral: 3-6
Kansas: 20-40
Home: 12-15
Away: 6-21
Neutral: 2-4
3-Point Goals: 18 vs. Missouri (2/19/00)
Blocks: 8, Stephannie Smith vs. Kansas State (2/7/87)
3-Point FG Pct.: 1.000 (3-3) vs. Oklahoma (2/10/90)
Steals: 9, Tracy Horvath vs. Marquette (1/7/89)
Free Throws: 37 vs. Oklahoma (2/8/86)
Season
Points: 676, Angie Welle (2001-02)
Free Throw Pct.: 1.000 (several times)
Scoring Average: 20.5, Angie Welle (2001-02)
Rebounds: 68 vs. Western Michigan (12/20/99)
Field Goals: 244, Angie Welle (2001-02)
Assists: 35 vs. IPFW (11/29/04)
Field Goal Pct.: .661 (244-369), Angie Welle (2001-02)
Steals: 33 vs. Marquette (1/7/89)
3-Point Field Goals: 100, Stacy Frese (1997-98)
Blocks: 12 vs. Creighton (11/28/81)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .537 (29-54), Lindsey Wilson (1999-00)
Season
Points: 2,638 (1999-00)
Free Throws: 184, Angie Welle (2001-02)
Kansas State: 21-41
Home: 13-15
Away: 8-21
Neutral: 0-5
Missouri: 18-44
Home: 11-16
Away: 6-21
Neutral: 1-7
Nebraska: 29-35
Home: 15-13
Away: 10-18
Neutral: 4-4
Oklahoma: 17-26
Home: 10-8
Away: 4-15
Neutral: 3-3
Scoring Average: 79.9 (1999-00)
Free Throw Pct.: .877 (107-122), Lyndsey Medders (2005-06)
Field Goals: 942 (1999-00)
Rebounds: 372, Angie Welle (2001-02)
Field Goal Pct.: .487 [868-1783] (2001-02)
Oklahoma State: 19-23
Home: 9-10
Away: 8-11
Neutral: 2-2
Assists: 215, Lyndsey Medders (2005-06)
3-Point Field Goals: 300 (1999-00 & 2000-01)
Blocks: 56, Nicky Wieben (2005-06)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .417 [65-156] (1989-90)
Steals: 92, Tracy Horvath (1988-89)
Free Throws: 545 (2001-02)
Career
Points: 2,149, Angie Welle (1999-2002)
Free Throw Pct.: .758 [392-517] (2003-04)
Scoring Average: 16.7, Stephannie Smith (1985-87)
Rebounds: 1,365 (1999-00)
Field Goals: 791, Angie Welle (1999-2002)
Rebound Average: 44.9 (1977-78)
Field Goal Pct.: .641, Angie Welle (1999-2002)
Assists: 632 (2000-01)
3-Point Field Goals: 287, Megan Taylor (1998-2001)
Blocks: 140 (2005-06)
3-Point Field Goal Pct.: .453, Stacy Frese (1998-00)
Steals: 369 (1988-89)
Free Throws: 557, Angie Welle (1999-2002)
Wins: 27 (1999-00 & 2000-01)
Free Throw Pct.: .840 (200-238), Lyndsey Medders (2003present)
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Texas: 7-7
Home: 4-1
Away: 1-5
Neutral: 2-1
Texas A&M: 11-2
Home: 5-0
Away: 3-2
Neutral: 3-0
Texas Tech: 5-8
Home: 4-1
Away: 0-5
Neutral: 1-2

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