Pos. No. Name Ht. Yr. Hometown Statistics G 10 Alli Bills 5-7 Sr. Sandy, Utah 11.7 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 8.4 apg G 33 Julie Krommenhoek 5-9 Sr. American Fork, Utah 19.4 ppg, 2.6 rpg, 2.6 apg C 44 Kristi Rose 6-4 So. Palmdale, Calif. 9.0 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 2.1 bpg F 11 Amy Alcorn 5-8 Sr. Oregon City, Ore. 2.7 ppg, 0.7 rpg F 42 Angie Thill 6-0 Sr. Belt, Mont. 15.4 ppg, 8.4 rpg Off The Bench:
Pos. No. Name Ht. Yr. Hometown Statistics G 14 Rosie Shelley 5-9 Jr. American Fork, Utah 1.0 ppg, 1.0 rpg F 15 Lindsay Sodja 6-1 Fr. Taylorsville, Utah 3.3 ppg, 0.5 rpg F 21 Kristina Anderson 6-1 Fr. Eugene, Ore. 0.6 ppg, 1.2 rpg G 22 Tiana Fuertes 5-3 So. Honolulu, Hawaii 2.2 ppg, 1.7 apg F/G 24 Amy Ewert 6-0 Fr. Vancouver, B.C. 1.4 ppg, 2.4 rpg G 25 ReShawnda Richardson 5-7 So. Long Beach, Calif. 1.0 ppg, 0.5 rpg G 30 Janna Whitman 5-10 So. Magna, Utah 0.0 ppg. 0.3 rpg F 32 Lori Red 5-11 So. Provo, Utah 6.0 ppg, 1.0 rpg F/C 35 Laura Ross Allen 6-2 Sr. Sparks, Nev. 5.3 ppg, 4.6 rpg
GAME DATA: Utah (7-0) plays No. 24 Arkansas (7-1) on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. (CST) in TCUs DMC Holiday Shootout at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum (7,166) in Fort Worth, Texas. The second game of the Shootout will feature TCU (7-1) against LSU (5-3) at 4:00 p.m. (CST).
ON THE AIR: KALL-910 AM will broadcast the game live with Mike Lageschulte (play-by-play) and Walt Bills (color) calling the action. The broadcast begins with a 15-minute pre-game show and concludes with The Elaine Elliott Postgame Show
A QUICK LOOK AT UTAH: The Utes, ranked 30th in the USA Today/ESPN Poll released Dec. 7, are 7-0 after winning at Montana last Saturday, 65-52. Senior guard and All-America candidate Julie Krommenhoek leads the Utes in scoring with an average of 19.4 points per game. Krommenhoek is also averaging a team-best 3.1 three-pointers per game. Senior point guard Alli Bills leads the team in assists (8.4 apg) and is third in scoring (11.7 ppg). Senior forward Angie Thill is the team leader in rebounding (8.4 rpg) and is second in scoring (15.4 ppg). Sophomore center Kristi Rose is fourth in scoring (9.0 ppg), second in rebounds (7.7 rpg) and first in blocked shots (1.9 bpg). Utah is outscoring the opposition 70.7 to 52.6 points per game and has a 38.1 to 35.0 advantage in rebounding. The Utes are shooting 45.0 percent from the field, 39.2 percent from three-point range and 75.7 percent from the free throw line.
HOOPS U.: Entering this week, the University of Utah is the only major NCAA Division I athletics program to have both an undefeated womens and mens basketball team. The Utah mens team is 9-0 and ranked No. 6 in this weeks USA Today/ESPN Poll.
TRAVEL PLANS: Dec. 19 - Depart Salt Lake City at 3:05 p.m. (Delta #1660) and arrive in Dallas/Fort Worth at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 21 - Depart Dallas/Fort Worth at 7:10 p.m. (Delta #383) and arrive in Salt Lake City at 8:58 p.m. Accommodations: Marriott Hotel/Arlington (817-548-2814).
COMING UP: Utah will take its Holiday break following the Arkansas game. The Utes return to action against Idaho at the Jon M. Huntsman Center on Dec. 29 at 7:00 p.m.
Utah Vs. Arkansas Preview
SCOUTING ARKANSAS: The Lady Razorbacks, ranked 24th in the USA Today/ESPN Poll released on Dec. 9, are 7-1 heading into Fridays game with Memphis in Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas suffered its first loss of the season at Southwest Missouri State, 79-67, Dec. 7. Sophomore 6-1 forward Karyn Karlin leads the team in scoring (18.1 ppg) and rebounding (5.5). Junior 5-8 guard Sytia Messer is second in scoring (12.5 ppg) and is averaging 3.0 assists per game. Senior 5-6 point guard Christy Smith, who played for USA Basketballs gold-medal winning team at the World University Games this summer and is a finalist for the Naismith Award, is averaging a team-best 4.9 assists and 9.3 points per game. Junior 5-9 guard Kamara Stancle is averaging 8.6 points per game, shooting 3.4 percent from three-point range, and 5.4 rebounds. Arkansas is outscoring the opposition 81.5 to 65.8 points per game, and has a 39.4 to 36.1 advantage per game in rebounding. The Lady Razorbacks have shot 46-for-146 (31.5 percent) from three-point range.
LADY RAZORBACKS HEAD COACH GARY BLAIR... has an 84-45 mark in his fifth season at Arkansas and a 294-88 record in 13 years as a head coach. Blair spent eight years as the head coach at Stephen F. Austin prior to taking over at Arkansas, leading the Ladyjacks to four NCAA Sweet Sixteens. He graduated from Texas Tech in 1972.
SERIES NOTES: Utah and Arkansas meet for the first time on Sunday ... the Utes have an all-time record of 1-7 versus SEC teams ... the Lady Razorbacks are 46-8 all-time against WAC teams ... Utah and Arkansas have had one common opponent this season ... the Utes defeated Montana, 65-52, in Missoula, Mont., on Dec. 13 ... the Lady Razorbacks defeated the Lady Griz, 81-68, on Nov. 29 in Fayettville, Ark.
Utah Team Notes
RECORD-SETTING START TO SEASON: Utah, 7-0 following its win at Montana last Saturday, is off to the best start in school history by bettering the 6-0 start to the 1976-77 season. The Utes have also surpassed the second-best start in school history (5-0) set in 1988-89.
GAME #7 RECAP: Montana native Angie Thill led four players scoring in double-figures with 18 points as Utah routed Montana, 65-52, in Dahlberg Arena. A senior from Belt, Mont., Thill shot 8-of-13 from the field and pulled down eight rebounds. Julie Krommenhoek scored 15 points, shooting 2-of-7 from three-point range. Other Utes scoring in double figures were senior point guard Alli Bills with 12 points and senior Laura Ross Allen with 11. Utah jumped on the Lady Griz early, taking off to a 10-0 lead in the first four minutes. The Utes took a 31-19 lead into the locker room at halftime. Montana pulled within five points (53-48) with 3:56 remaining in the game on a Lauren Cooper layup. However, the Utes responded with five consecutive points, keyed by a three-pointer from the left wing by Bills, to keep the Lady Griz at bay. Montana outrebounded Utah 38-36, but the Lady Griz committed 19 turnovers and could not shut down the Ute offense, which shot 46 percent from the field.
GAME #6 RECAP: Utah posted a 75-58 rout of Idaho State on Tuesday night in Holt Arena at Pocatello, Idaho. Julie Krommenhoek scored a season-high 29 points to lead the Utes, hitting 10-of-22 shots going and 4-of-9 from behind the three-point arc. Krommenhoek also had a career-high six steals, six rebounds and five assists. Angie Thill added 21 points and seven rebounds as the Utes handed the Bengals their first loss of the season. Alli Bills chipped in 13 points and eight assists, while Kristi Rose grabbed 11 rebounds for the Utes. Utah broke open a close game late in the first half by scoring 17 unanswered points. The Utes led 42-21 at intermission. Idaho State opened the second half with an 11-2 run, closing to 43-32 with 17:05 remaining. But a Thill layup stopped the Bengals surge, and the Utes pushed their lead back up to 20 with 13:02 to play.
HEAD COACH ELAINE ELLIOTT... is the winningest coach in Utah womens basketball history. Elliott, now in her 15th season as Utahs head coach after spending four years as an assistant coach at the U., could record her 300th career victory this season. She has 288-127 career record and a 138-38 mark in conference games. Her number of career wins and winning percentage (.694) is the best of any coach in the Western Athletic Conference. Her coaching tenure is also the longest among the league coaches. She has had nine 20-win seasons and three 19-win campaigns, averaging 20 wins in the 14 previous years at the U. Elliott was named the WAC Mountain Division Coach of the Year last season after guiding Utah to the Mountain Division title. Utah won the WAC regular-season title under Elliott in 1995-96 and the WAC Tournament championship in 1995. Elliott has coached teams to a total of four regular-season conference crowns (1986, 87, 89, 96), one divisional title (1997) and four league tournament championships (1989, 90, 91, 94). Seven of her teams have advanced to the NCAA Tournament (1986, 89, 90, 91, 95, 96, 97).
ELLIOTT ELABORATES: On the win over Montana - We knew they would come out and play zone, and they did a nice job of keeping Julie (Krommenhoek) in check in the first half. But, our inside players really did a nice job of picking up the scoring, particularly Angie Thill and Laura Ross Allen. We looked tired at times. This was our forth game on the road in nine days. But, we hit some big shots when we had to in order to hold them off late in the game. On the win over Idaho State - That was one we were just happy to get out of the way. We were home less than a day after our trip to Kansas before we had to get on a bus and go to Pocatello in a snow storm. They came at us at 100 percent and we played at about 75 percent. Idaho State committed a lot to the boards, which allowed us some easy baskets in transition. On the Arkansas game - Were excited about the opportunity to play a ranked team on a neutral court. We dont get that kind of an opportunity very often. Its one of those situations where we can just go in and play and have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Theyre very athletic, but were playing some pretty good basketball ourselves right now.
BILLS BREAKS UTAH CAREER ASSISTS RECORD: Senior point guard Alli Bills became the Utes all-time leader in assists, dishing out 10 against Kansas State on Dec. 6 in the championship game of the Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic. Bills now has 459 career assists in essentially two and a half seasons after missing the last 20 games of her sophomore year with a torn ACL. She took over first place from Karen Alcorn (1988-92), who had 440 career assists. She is averaging 8.4 assists over seven games this season to rank first in the NCAA. The Sandy, Utah, native ranks third in the Western Athletic Conference in career assists, needing 59 more to take over the top spot from Dee Dee Dominguez of Colorado State (1993-96). Bills also owns two of the top three single-season assists totals in school history. She dished out 160 assists, the third-most in the Utah record books, as a freshman in 1994-95. Bills ranked first in the nation with 7.6 assists per game in 1996-97, recording a school record 213 on the season.
MORE ON BILLS: Alli Bills is off to a great start to her final season as a Ute. She has had two double-doubles, posting 15 points and 11 assists against UC Irvine on Nov. 28 and 10 points and 10 assists, to go along with seven rebounds, against Kansas State on Dec. 6. Bills has scored in double figures in six of the first seven games. Bills, who was named to the Western Athletic Conference all-defensive team in 1996-97, posted 10 assists or more seven times last season. She dished out a career-best 14 assists against SMU on March 7 in the semifinals of the WAC Tournament. Bills also scored in double figures 11 times in 96-97. Bills had her first career triple-double against Colorado State on Feb. 26, with 13 points, a career-best 14 rebounds and 10 assists. She also posted two double-doubles last season, getting 13 points and 10 assists against Brigham Young on Feb. 6, and 10 points and 11 assists against SMU on Feb. 13. She matched a career-best with 23 points against SMU on Jan. 18.
KROMMENHOEK GUNNING FOR UTAH AND WAC CAREER SCORING MARKS: Senior guard Julie Krommenhoek has already established herself as one of the most prolific shooters in the history of the Utah program and the Western Athletic Conference. With 1,678 points, Krommenhoek ranks fourth in career scoring at Utah and needs 397 more points this season to take over the career scoring mark. She also ranks fifth in the WAC in career scoring, needing 171 points to claim the top spot. Krommenhoek already tops the Utah and WAC career charts for three-point field goals made (286) and attempted (664), and owns the top three single-season marks in both three-point categories. She set school and conference single-season records last season with 103 three-pointers made and 233 attempted.
KROMMENHOEK SHOOTING FOR ALL-AMERICA HONORS ONCE AGAIN: Julie Krommenhoek, a Kodak honorable mention All-American the past two seasons and a District VII All-American in 94-95, figures to be one of the top players in the country in 97-98. Through the first seven games, Krommenhoek already has three 20-point games with a season high of 29 at Idaho State on Dec. 9. She also tossed in 25 against Wisconsin-Green Bay on Dec. 5. Krommenhoek has scored in double figures in every game, averaging 3.1 three-pointers per game to rank 13th in the nation. She is also shooting 40.0 percent from behind the arc. Last season, Krommenhoek ranked second in the nation with a career-best average of 3.3 three-pointers per game and fourth in three-point field goal percentage (44.2), leading the Western Athletic Conference in both categories. She was also 18th in the NCAA and third in the WAC free throw percentage (84.3). A three-time first-team all-WAC selection, the American Fork, Utah, native ranked ninth in the conference in field goal percentage (42.7) and 10th in steals (2.4) overall in 96-97. She also scored 18.4 points a game in league contests to rank third. Krommenhoek scored 20 points or more 11 times last season, including a career-best 35 against Rice on Jan. 23. Also against the Owls, she tied her own school record with seven three-pointers (in 11 attempts). In the process of scoring 24 points against Oregon in the championship game of the Pepsi Shootout in Eugene, Ore., on Nov. 30, 1996, Krommenhoek broke her own Utah and WAC all-time records with 17 three-point field goal attempts. Her previous best mark was 16 three-point attempts against Southern Mississippi on March 16, 1996. Also last season, Krommenhoek posted her first career double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds against Southern California on Dec. 14, 1996.
NCAA STATISTICAL RANKINGS: In the NCAA statistical rankings released on Dec. 8, Alli Bills leads the nation in assists (9.0). Julie Krommenhoek is 13th in three-point field goals per game (3.2). One of 17 undefeated teams, Utah ranks 18th in scoring margin (19.4 ppg), third in scoring defense (51.6 ppg) and 18th in free throw percentage (74.1 ppg).
WAC STATISTICAL RANKINGS: In the Western Athletic Conference statistical rankings released on Dec. 15, Julie Krommenhoek ranks fifth in scoring (19.4 ppg), 15th in field goal percentage (42.2), ninth in three-point percentage (40.0), third in three-point field goals per game (3.1) and seventh in steals (3.3). Alli Bills is first in assists (8.4) and ninth in steals (2.7). Angie Thill is 12th in scoring (15.4 ppg), third in field goal percentage (56.9) and fifth in rebounds (8.4). Kristi Rose ranks 10th in rebounds (7.7) and third in blocks (1.9). As a team, Utah is eighth in scoring (70.7 ppg), second in scoring defense (52.6 ppg), second in field goal percentage (45.0), third in field goal percentage defense (36.1), second in three-point field goal percentage (39.2), second in free throw percentage (75.7), 12th in rebounds (38.1), second in opponents rebounds (35.0), sixth in blocks (2.9), 12th in steals (9.6), sixth in turnover margin (-5.1), fifth in rebound margin (+3.1), third in scoring margin (+18.1 ppg) and sixth in three-pointers per game (5.7).
UTES UPEND TWO NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS FROM A YEAR AGO: Utahs 1997-98 regular-season schedule features two match-ups against NCAA Tournament teams from last year. Utah defeated Kansas State, 68-57, on Dec. 6 in the championship game of KSUs tournament. The Wildcats, members of the Big 12 Conference, were a 10th seed in the NCAA East Region last year with a 19-11 record. Utah also beat Montana, 65-52, on Dec. 13 in Missoula, Mont. The Lady Griz earned a ninth seed in the NCAA West Region last season with a 25-3 record.
UTAH PREDICTED TO WIN WAC: In a preseason poll of the Western Athletic Conference coaches, Utah was selected as the favorite to win the Mountain Division for the second-consecutive year and capture the WAC championship. Utah collected 12 of the 16 first-place votes and 117 points in being predicted to win the division. The Utes garnered 11 of the 16 votes as the favorites to win the WAC Tournament championship game over Colorado State (3 votes) and Hawaii (2). Colorado State was picked to finish second in the Mountain Division, collecting 108 points and the remaining four first-place votes. The coaches picked New Mexico to place third (90 points), followed by Brigham Young (77), Wyoming (65), UTEP (50), UNLV (39) and Air Force (22). Hawaii was chosen as the preseason favorite in the Pacific Division with 110 points and 10 first-place votes. The remainder of the Pacific Division was predicted as follows: San Diego State (100), Rice (95), SMU (86), TCU (68), Fresno State (50), San Jose State (31) and Tulsa (28). This season the WAC schedule with feature a 14-game format. Each school will play a cross-over series with a team from the other divisionRice in Utahs casebut the two games will not count in the WAC standings as opposed to last year. The 1998 WAC Tournament will feature 12 teamsthe top six from each divisionand will be contested March 2-7 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.
WACS TOP TEAM: Utah, in its 24th season, is the most successful program in the history of the Western Athletic Conference. The U.s 472-191 (.711) overall record, 76-22 (.776) mark in league games and eight NCAA Tournament appearances are all top marks in the WAC. Utahs two conference championships, including the 1997 Mountain Division title, rank second to San Diego States three WAC titles.
EUROPEAN VACATION: Utah got a head start on the 1997-98 season by playing five games against European professional teams during a 10-day trip to France and Switzerland last summer. The Utes went 4-1 on the tour. The team left for France on Aug. 15, spent the first four days in Paris, toured Switzerland for three days and went to Nice, France, for the last three days of the trip before returning home on Sept. 5. Senior Julie Krommenhoek averaged 18 points a game to lead the team in scoring. Sophomore 6-2 center Kristi Rose averaged 15 points and 15 rebounds a game.
UTAH ON TELEVISION: The Utes will make at least three appearances on television this season. Utah game with Colorado State on Jan. 18 at 2:00 p.m. (MST) will be televised regionally on Fox Sports Net. The contest is part of an eight-game Western Athletic Conference Game of the Week packagethe first of its kind in conference history. Fox Sports Net will also televise the WAC Championship game on March 7 tape-delayed at 6:00 p.m. (MST). Utah will also make at least two appearances on local television. The Utah/Brigham Young game on Jan. 10 at 3:00 p.m. in the Jon M. Huntsman Center will be televised by KJZZ-TV (Ch. 14, TCI 3). KJZZ is also tentatively scheduled to telecast either the Utes quarterfinal or semifinal game in the WAC Tournament on March 4 or 6. The Utah/Brigham Young game in Provo, Utah, on Feb. 4 at 7:00 p.m will be televised by KBYU-TV (Ch. 11).
UTES ON RADIO: Once again this season, KALL-910 AM in Salt Lake City will be the radio home for Ute womens basketball. The majority of the regular-season games and all postseason contests will be carried live or tape delayed when they conflict with Utah mens games. KALL-910 AM Sports Director Brad Stone and Utah Assistant Sports Information Director Mike Lageschulte will share the play-by-play duties. Former Ute Reggie Wright-Jewkes will be the analyst for home games and select road games.
FOUR RECRUITS SIGN EARLY WITH UTAH: The Utes signed one in-stater in 6-3 forward Erin Hansen from Mountain View High School in Orem, Utah. A preseason honorable mention All-American by Street & Smith's this year, Hansen was a second-team all-state selection in 1996-97, averaging 8.9 points, 7.9 rebounds and 3.4 blocked shots per game. In addition to landing one of the top high school prospects in the state of Utah, the Utes have also signed the reigning Player of the Year from Nevada and Idaho. Lauren Beckman, a 6-2 forward/center from Elko, Nev., was named the 1997 Nevada Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior. A first-team all-state selection the past two years, Beckman averaged 20.3 points and 10.7 rpg in 1996-97. She is also a two-time academic all-state selection. Utah also signed the 1997 Gatorade Player of the Year in Idaho, Lindsay Herbert. The 5-11 guard/forward from Lake City High School in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, averaged 14.8 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3.4 assists last season on her way to earning first-team all-state recognition for the second-consecutive year. She is a 1997 preseason honorable mention All-American by Street & Smith's. Utah signed its second Canadian in as many years in Erin Gibbons, a 5-9 guard from Salmon Arm Secondary school in British Columbia. Gibbons averaged 20.7 points, 4.2 rebounds and 10.4 assists per game as a junior. She was the MVP of the Western Canada Championship and a second-team all-star in 1997. Gibbons comes into the Utah program as a shooting guard, but will also likely play some at point guard.
AMY ALCORN - 11 Started each of Utahs first seven games ... first start of her career against Weber State ... 4 points (2-3 FG) and 3 assists in 27 minutes against UC Irvine ... scored 6 points (2-3 FG) and had 1 rebound in 18 minutes versus Bradley ... 3 points (1-4 3pt. FG) and 2 assists is 26 minutes at Montana ... 2 points, 2 assists and 1 board against Kansas State.
LAURA ROSS ALLEN - 35 Played in all seven games ... season-high 11 points (5-7 FG) and 5 rebounds in 24 minutes at Montana ... 10 points on 4-for-6 field goal shooting and 3 boards in 17 minutes in the season opener at Weber State ... 8 boards and 4 points in 20 minutes against Wisconsin-Green Bay ... 6 points (3-5 FG) and 4 rebounds at Kansas State ... 4 points and 6 rebounds in a season-high 23 minutes against UC Irvine.
KRISTINA ANDERSON - 21 Played in five games ... season-high 10 minutes against Bradley, grabbing 4 boards and scoring 1 point (1-3 FT) ... 2 points (1-2 FG) and 1 rebound in 3 minutes against Weber State.
ALLI BILLS - 10 Started all seven games ... broke Utah all-time assists record with 10 against Kansas State on Dec. 6 ... also had 10 points (4-7 FG) and 7 rebounds in 37 minutes against KSU to post a double-double ... 9 assists, 3 steals and 3 points in a season-high 39 minutes against Wisconsin-Green Bay on Dec. 5 ... named to the all-tournament team of Kansas States Commerce Bank-Wildcat Classic (Dec. 5-6) ... 12 points (2-5 3pt. FG), 9 boards, 6 rebounds and 3 steals in a season-high 40 minutes at Montana ... double-double with season-highs in points (15) and assists (11), as well as 3 rebounds in 32 minutes against UC Irvine ... went 5-for-6 from the field, 3-for-3 from three-point range and 2-for-2 from the free throw line against UCI ... 13 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds at Idaho State ... 15 points (3-3 3pt. FG), 8 assists and 4 rebounds against Bradley ... 14 points, 7 assists and 5 steals in 35 minutes against Weber State.
AMY EWERT - 24 Played in all seven games ... season-high 3 points and 3 rebounds in 9 minutes against Wisconsin-Green Bay ... 4 assists, 3 rebounds in 14 minutes at Montana ... 2 points and 3 rebounds in 20 minutes at Idaho State ... scored 2 points (2-2 FT) and 2 rebounds in 11 minutes against Bradley ... 2 points and 4 rebounds in 12 minutes at Weber State.
TIANA FUERTES - 22 Has played in six games ... 6 points (6-8 FT) and 1 assist in 9 minutes at Weber State ... 4 points (1-3 FG) and 4 assists in 11 minutes against Bradley ... made a three-pointer at the halftime buzzer against Kansas State.
JULIE KROMMENHOEK - 33 Started all seven games ... double-figures in points in all seven games ... three 20-point games ... season-high 29 points, going 10-for-22 from the field and 4-for-9 from three-point range in a season-high 38 minutes at Idaho State ... also had a career-high 6 steals, 6 rebounds and 5 assists against the Bengals ... named the MVP of the Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic (Dec. 5-6) ... averaged 20.5 points 3.5 steals and shot 40 percent (8-10) from three-point range against Wisconsin-Green Bay and Kansas State ... 25 points (8-21 FG, 4-10 3pt. FG) and 3 steals against UWGB ... 16 points, 4 assists and 4 steals against KSU ... 24 points (9-17 FG, 6-9 3pt. FG) and 3 assists in 30 minutes against Bradley ... set JMHC single-game record for three-pointers made against BU ... 15 points (5-11 FG) and 3 assists at Montana in a season-high 40 mintes ... 16 points in 38 minutes against UC Irvine.
LORI RED - 32 Has missed the last six games due to injury ... played in the season opener at Weber State, scoring 6 points (2-4 FG) in 14 minutes.
ReSHAWNDA RICHARDSON - 25 Has played in four games ... 4 points (1-3 FG), 4 assists and 1 rebound in 7 minutes against Bradley.
KRISTI ROSE - 44 Has started all seven games ... season-high 14 points (6-11 FG, 2-4 3pt. FG), 7 rebounds and 3 blocked shots in 26 minutes against Kansas State on Dec. 6 ... 12 points and 7 boards against Wisconsin-Green Bay on Dec. 5 ... in first collegiate start at Weber State, had 13 points (6-13 FG), 7 rebounds and 2 assists in a season-high 35 minutes ... 11 boards, 3 blocked shots and 6 points at Idaho State ... 9 points, 8 rebounds and 2 blocked shots in 29 minutes against UC Irvine ... 8 boards, 3 points and 3 blocks against Bradley.
ROSIE SHELLEY - 14 Played against Bradley ... 1 point, 1 rebound and 1 assist in 2 minutes versus BU.
LINDSAY SODJA - 15 Has played in four games off the bench ... scored a season-high 11 points (5-6 FG), and had 3 steals and 2 rebounds in 9 minutes against Bradley ... 2 points in 7 minutes at Weber State.
ANGIE THILL - 42 Has started all seven games ... career-high 23 points (8-11 FG, 2-3 3pt. FG, 5-7 FT) and 8 rebounds in 27 minutes against UC Irvine ... 21 points (9-for-14 FG) and 7 rebounds in 23 minutes at Idaho State ... 18 points (8-13 FG, 1-2 3pt. FG) and 8 rebounds in season-high 34 minutes at Montana ... first double-double in three seasons with 15 points (6-9 FG) and a career-best tying 12 rebounds in 22 minutes against Bradley ... career-best 12 rebounds in 28 minutes at Weber State ... 16 points (4-6 FT) and 6 rebounds in a career-best 33 minutes against Kansas State ... 14 points (6-6 FT) and 6 rebounds against Wisconsin-Green Bay.
JANNA WHITMAN - 30 Has played in three games ... 1 board and 1 steal in 5 minutes against Bradley.